27 Burst results for "Beulah"
How to Optimize an Underperforming Sales Team With Ali Mirza
"Pull us apart. How to optimize an underperforming sales team. I think there's a there's a little bit of a framework you had. Let's let's see what we can do. Absolutely so i had kicking off so effectively soviet. Ceo and you'll look at beulah. Guide your sales team. And they're missing numbers right partial And talk to them. But let's say you don't have a sales and you gotta figure out okay. What do i do now. Unfortunately at this point just telling them to work harder. He's not going to solve the problem now in may but i i will tell you this moselle teams. Don't work hard enough however that you have to ask. A wire are right because in theory. If they knew that their efforts would result in results they probably would do it. It's that the fact that they don't believe that the harder they work the more money they will make or the more sales than women. Do you have to really take a step back and allies okay. What is going on the bigger out. What the challenges. Nine times out of ten challenge is the conference of the sales team in what it is doing. Hardback can be solved with training. But most of that has to be solved with in my opinion with strategy. So if you explain to a sales person hey this is. Why is profitable by jewett in this particular manner. Say this in this way. This is your position. this is your angle. This is your pitch if you explain that in a in a compelling way they believe that they buy it they stand the internalize it. They will actually do it now from there once. You've saw that from there then. It's about setting those clear expectations right too. Many with be sales leader. Ceo's whoever had these conversations and nothing changes after the fact and that that's the problem with the execution because expectations weren't set clearly inside those meetings. The crucial conversation was never had which was okay. Now that you were wealthy provision now that you are well armed what are you going to do about it and you cannot let them get away. Get out of your room your office and let them just basically just have to work Try weaves a clear expectations. What does that look like by too much. Bdr's okay how many more calls. What is the result of these calls. You're talking to your eight year. you're closer okay. i'm anymore discovery calls. How many more you know proposal send out what is going to be hit rate of proposals out only myself to descend proposed the safest and not proposal Numbers and magic. Something will turn up not up so we need to have those clarifications on that accountability set.
Ornella & Violeta: The Trauma of Family Seperation
"Eighteen years ago or aleppo was living with her mother. Beulah data in los angeles. Her mom had moved to la f- lean the shining path which is a radical guerrilla group in peru. They're known as sendero luminoso or s l. For short beulah. That was raising her four year. Old daughter neyla alone when one day in two thousand and three violeta was taken away by ice. She wouldn't come back to her daughter. For seven months for ornella. This traumatic event existed as a painful but unmentioned memory for years. Mommy there are many things that i could never say to you from the perspective of a child because i never knew understood or wanted to know it was something that her mother and her family. Just didn't talk about at all until recently in this episode or nella who is getting ready to graduate from college reads fragments of a letter that she wrote to her mom about a year ago and that letter was all about ornelas memories of being separated from her mom neela then sat down in our studio with her mom beulah and that's where the two of them opened up about the entire experience of being separated by ice which happened well over a decade ago and now ornella and her mom violeta are going to take it from here. I'm hello hello sweetie what you hurry kid. You are the first one in your family right to come here. Yes and the youngest. I wish impro- peru finishing up in last year of my high school You was being harassed by a a cell groups. I just didn't have a choice. But just come like i need to get out. I can't breathe anymore in later on six months later. I know i learned that my my older brother two years older than me had passed away. There has been a exchange gunshots.
Pandemic wage gains were just a fluke
"Come friday. We're going to get the latest stab shot on average hourly earnings in this economy and it is expected to show continued strong winds gains but our guy on economic statistics mitchell hartman. He says best to ignore that and focus instead on the trouble yet to come so a crazy thing happened on the way to the pandemic recession. After the economy shut down and twenty million people lost their jobs. Workers average hourly earnings went up skyrocketed. Actually up eight percent year over year but what got was was not signal. Joseph bruce willis is chief economist at rsm consulting. He'll be our guide through this thicket of wage data and when he says noise not signal he means fast. Rising wages have been a statistical anomaly of the pandemic economy high paid professionals kept working from home and mostly held onto their paychecks but millions of mostly low paid service workers lost their jobs. When you've got forty percent of households making forty thousand or less seen a job loss or loss in wages. That explains that head. Fake if you will on wages forty year old cinnamon deutsche is. An example of what bruce willis is talking about. She was teaching at a childcare center in asheville beulah ohio when it closed and she got laid off in march her three hundred and fifty dollars a week. Paycheck disappeared from the average earnings calculation. But she got unemployment which included six hundred dollars a week in extra federal pandemic pay until she was hired back three months later. I made twice as much on unemployment with the extra six hundred dollars. As i do now but i am glad to be back to work. I mean i like going to work so like many americans do inches. Income actually went up for a while because of additional unemployment benefits and relief checks but those temporary effects are fading. And just says we're in for a rude awakening. What i think we're going to see is a very bifurcated. Wage market this idea that k shaped economy separation between the hadgem. The have notch bruce willis says the haves those who work in what he calls. These zoom economy will have made goes at the upper end. Those who are already thriving. There's going to be competition for those workers. you know. Premium place their wages but for lower wage says workers even as the economy reopened and employers. Start staffing up again. Those in the middle to the lower end of the market where the damage occurred. They're not going to see a lot of wage growth. That's due in part to supply and demand. Lots of unemployed workers looking for jobs not enough job openings to give them leverage to demand higher pay. then there's something. Economists call downward nominal wage rigidity firms during hard times ten not reduce. The wages of the employee said they keep on the books but when the times get better wage gains core restrained. That is pretty much what cinnamon joy is seeing in her job. She's back at work fulltime at her previous salary of three hundred and fifty dollars a week. The extra unemployment income she banked back in the spring has run out. My credit card is back up to you. Know almost max out trying to pay five or ten bucks extra so that i can pay that down. I make enough money to pay my bills and have mcdonald's once in a while but you know if my car breaks down or have an emergency am just outta luck i i have to borrow from. Somebody doesn't expect chill get a raise until she hits ten years of service in twenty twenty
Why Consciousness Upholds Creation
"Hi My friends I'm Deepak Chopra. This is daily breath. Today I want to answer the question that delays everything. Can existence take care of itself. And my answer is, yes. Let's talk about how consciousness. Polls creation. At this moment, we're surrounded by the infinite intelligence and creative bar of consciousness. This is nature's secret life his consciousness. The principles that consciousness follows but. Everything. The most basic light poems follow the principles of consciousness which are self organization. Even, the most basic lifeforms know exactly how to stay alive. Have you ever heard of an organism called the Yellow Blob. Known as Feis Abram. Policy. This organism exhibits qualities of consciousness. It is an example of our existence can take care of itself. If you want to know more about this organism. Beulah read my book but it's a simple fungus like organism that shows all the properties of snus that you and I have as human beings. So consciousness and existence must go together. There's no such thing as blackness consciousness is always a life life was generated in the field of consciousness it is already alive. Life is invisible until consciousness takes physical.
Oxford to resume trial of coronavirus vaccine it's creating with AstraZeneca, days after halt due to reported effect
"A closely watched vaccine trial is back on the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca have restarted a UK trial of an experimental cove in 19 vaccine. The study had been halted September 6th after one of the participants got sick. Oxford said in a statement that the UK regulator had recommended that the trials resume Dr Own Yama Oh Beulah Gu, principal investigator of the Pfizer, Phase three vaccine, try alight, Yale Mentioned the case today. The good news for that one participant is that it appears they're already recovering, and I think it's still unwelcome question if the disorder was caused by the passing he was interviewed on ABC is Good Morning America.
Hamilton's Choreographer Explains The Secret Messages In Its Dance Moves
"Many people nationwide have been waiting for Hamilton to hit Disney plus with the hit Broadway musical, fittingly arriving right before Independence Day, and when the country could really use an uplifting and patriotic story about resilience. Lin Manuel Miranda has obviously been celebrated and deservedly so for his wide ranging contributions to the musical. There's a lot of other creative minds at upbringing choreographer. Andy Plankton Beulah. WanNa Tony for his work on it so when you're watching Hamilton. Pay Close attention to the movements of both Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr. Every gesture is designed to highlight the personalities or foreshadow the story Hamilton was a free thinker while Burr was rigid. That's why Andy explains to playbill quote. Every movement Aaron makes is linear while everything with Hamilton is circular. If either characters falling into his cycle of fate, they turn to the left, and if they're resisting fate, they turn to the right fascinating
"beulah" Discussed on American Road Runner
"In the direction of home we made our last stop together in Brooksville where we both at. This point were exhausted and shivering. Not from the cold but from pure exhaustion. We drank some energy drinks and got back on the road. At this point I needed to keep going at a fast pace to get home before the energy wore off Danny on the other hand was on a slower pace at this point we split apart about an hour or so from our houses I blasted through and made it home. Eighteen hours fifty six minutes. So who's interested in here and all about Beulah Mae Radwan Canaday part to enjoy my been a good thousand miles. Miss Beulah may sure has been for me. Maybe not so much for the rest of that. So where do we start? Start with the rain. The heat the wrong turn the crash. The tire explosion. There is no rain. I felt a few drops kissing it up there into Bishop had. I had leather on all day. Long one thousand miles one thousand. Let's get your take on it. One Thousand Sixty five thirty two one thousand I think it mapped out at one thousand twenty one thousand thirty two couple. Well 'cause I got those extra miles anyways. Oh because I'm wrong. Turn know what to know how. I don't know how to save these native American names to Tony Pas. Oh that's right. The time I ran out of there's so much that you should start with it all sounded like fun and Games until hurt my God so we started. We are officials start. Time was like six thirty something. Which for me personally not would. I would have chosen but since you so graciously agreed to do this. Like one hundred percent not gonNA complain. I got a partner in crime. Fuck it or you would have started later earlier or earlier. Yeah for Yeah because I was my theory Don't worry that.
"beulah" Discussed on American Road Runner
"I'm your host Bob Marshall this is GonNa be a good one part to how the Rod actually went with a Rod. One candidate with Miss Beulah may but I American road runner presents. Roadrunner in the headlight. Let's get excited about some other people doing the rod one candidate. I gotTa Tell Ya this. Pandemic has been killing us. Meanwhile people are out there just killing it. Having a good time enjoying the roads of America while there open there may not be anywhere to eat or even use the bathroom. It just gotTa go off in the Bushes and bring your own where starting with Rohan buyers at on the instagram. He crested one K. Loop around Gorgeous California with a quip grind into Nevada one thousand sixty four miles in nineteen hours. Five minutes he rats. I mentioned to my friend that I wanted to do a ride. One candidate while the roads were clear and I wasn't working. He said he wanted to as well. It took us a few weeks to get our backs shipshape. But the first day we both felt good about we saddled up and went for it. I wrote down south from La to meet up then. We headed up the old three nine to five. We took that all the way up to the fifty taking my favorite way in and out of Tahoe area to the Central Valley where we ground out the rest of the miles. I ended my ride in. La and Arnaldo headed south to finish his well done. Let's mix it up and bring one from the east and by East. I mean very southeast rat or one of two one Mr Dapper underscored. Dan Man on the instagram knocked out his loop around Florida. Stayed in Florida. The whole Yes he had roddy. We'll get to that in a minute. Exactly one thousand miles in nineteen hours thirty five minutes. How he got exactly one thousand miles. I have no clue good for him. I think that deserves extra bounded points in itself. He writes like any good. Well thought out plan ours. Went to Shit. Almost immediately. We started on a loosely gravelled roads leaving holder mind campground in with luck. Kaci state forests. I think I'm saying that wrong with LACACI state forest Heddon for our first fill up in inverness. I just found out about the ride. One candidate earlier in the week and after everyone backed out of a quick trip to deals gap. I got my buddy caleb to come along route one thousand miles in a single day. We wanted to hit key west a bucket list rod for both of US avoiding the interstates at all cost. Then come up the East Coast and across Florida back home to Tampa Bay. That didn't happen. Not any of it. We realized staying off the interstates would make the first one hundred twenty miles. Take three hours so we took I seventy five to the Tamiami trail figured we'd cross alligator alley off the interstate before hooking up with the route one in Miami towards the keys after a delicious but time consuming lunch. Stop and some slow traffic on a single lane road. We realize we not only have to book it on the interstate but keep West wasn't going to be an option even after we concocted a plan to sneak into the current close keys so we backtracked to twenty nine and went up to seventy five where the wind beat us just shit for an hour straight then again for hours. After at various spots from there we trace the edge of Florida stopping every one hundred thirty miles as we went up on ninety five across. I ten for a bit and through Lake City to I seventy five. We had to retrace some seventy five. Impasse our exit to go further south and loop backup via the sunshine skyway so we could make all our miles sometime after midnight and my fourth bang of the day. My body started rejecting everything the road began to. Blur. I was shivering uncontrollably from exhaustion and I knew I had to fight from last one hundred thirty miles. Caleb is more skilled rider so I told them to speed ahead I put on some warns Yvonne took a breath twisted my throttle and prove to myself that my body mind and my beautiful machine can take anything you throw our way. That is awesome. Well written thank you Mr Dapper underscore Dan man on the Graham next up router to of to on this one this goes out to on the Graham. Caleb Hensley Ninety five. He Crushes One K. Loop in eighteen hours fifty six minutes and this was Radan partner of dapper underscore. Dan Man he rats will. I started Friday eighth with a group to do a camping trip Friday night. Which was a story in itself but Saturday morning. We all woke up and everyone went their separate ways. Except for my buddy Danny and myself which were the only ones to accept the challenge. We Laugh Inverness Florida and went to the closest gas station in this podunk town. Which in fact only had eighty seven octane nonetheless. We took our pictures and we were on the way. We sat out southbound headed for the highway to get a good leg up on the trip or so. We thought we had a couple of stops off the highway for gas and continued south till we made it to Naples and we got off the highway then got into a two lane that took us through the marshlands of Florida from there. We took that away and stopped at a ridiculously overpriced gas station and some lunch at Joanie Blue Crab cafe. That's a good name at launch. We decided we could not head for the keys nor stay on the two lane if we wanted to finish the challenge so following lunch we hopped back onto the highway and got beaten by the wind for the next two hundred ish miles. After we hit Fort Lauderdale we headed north up to the West Coast and continued making pretty good time. We made it to just outside Jacksonville before sundown and we both knew we had to keep it up. We headed west and continued on until we exited for gas in Lake City. Where he me? He couldn't see anything with extended goggles on at night. With stock dual headlight. He switched to some clears and we were off headed south. Finally in the direction of home we made our last stop together in Brooksville where we both at. This point were exhausted and shivering. Not from the cold but from pure exhaustion. We drank some energy drinks and got back on the road. At this point I needed to keep going.
"beulah" Discussed on American Road Runner
"Rode from San Diego up to Bishop for the night and kicked off the next morning. I love the three ninety five so I was really looking forward to seeing some more sites and this trip did not disappoint within the first hour. My mind was blown at June lake while I watched a hurt. A deer cross in front of me with the Lake Mountains in the backdrop then busted asked to get up to lake. Tahoe as quickly as possible because I wanted to finally ride around it. I didn't realize most of the roads was thirty five miles an hour. So there's definitely started cutting into my day. Holy Heck. I've totally been here. I've accepted that if I want to take some scenic route. My One KS are pretty much. Just Not GonNa take twenty plus hours. It seems to help knowing that in the beginning after that I crossed over the SIERRAS and down through San Francisco. One of the few perks of Cova. Ed is being able to route through big cities without coming to a screeching halt. I'm GonNa miss that when this is all over. I've never been down the one through big Sur so I had planned on it as well after about ten hours on the back. I finally hit the epoch scenery. I've always heard about and it definitely didn't disappoint what I did not realize is that this was not as much highway as it was a sketchy as joe trail carved high into the side of the mountain with a glaring lack of guard rails and when they were there they came barely to my knees. I was going southbound. I was cliffside then due to my fear of heights and the constant blind corners. I had a wonderful couple of hours rotating between having my mind blown and white neck. Knuckling like nervous little beach tease. Eh Worth it. Four shore but a lingering memory of a story about parts of this road sliding in the ocean a couple years ago was forefront in my brain the entire time view worth it sunset worth it. Well in done Mr St underscore real underscore state. I'M GONNA have to learn this guy's real name sometime and like I wish I could say. Shake his hand. But we're not doing that anymore. And that really sucks the okay back to the business ride one of three so we got three freaking killing it here. We go number one haywire. Nineteen eighty-seven knocked out a second one K with us this time bringing some company at Sun chaser sixty five and happy beak. Amc One thousand sixty two in eighteen hours forty six minutes for our first east coast out of the year. This route just starts at the top and hauls ass down so this is really freaking bitch and this is specifically Haywire nineteen eighty-seven who where are you headed to Georgia for breakfast? That was asked to many times in twenty four hours Saturday afternoon started well with spirits happy. Amc and I took off from Nova on our epic journey. We ran into a buddy of mine and he rode with us for about fifty miles. We picked up son chase or sixty five as we skirted around Richmond and the three of us road off into the sunset. We made it to breakfast three. Am and came back through chilly. Not I remember again while I hate South Carolina roads as I about got thrown off the back a handful of times. We all finished one K. As we were coming back through Richmond again eighteen hours but the receipts showed different. Because by that point we were all saddle sore and wanted to be done. Ten Ten would do it again with a group. Keep IT SKETCHY FOLKS. Put up or shut up. So let's hear from the partner rider or two three son Chaser. Sixty five clocked him at one thousand twenty two miles in eighteen hours forty minutes. Our governor in Virginia still wasn't allowing Donna and at restaurants we really wanted to have breakfast at a waffle house so he wrote to Savannah Georgia to get our waffle on only problem. Was when Bob's tour pack lost at stop good thing we had extra zip tass that's great. That's all it's unchaste sixty five riots. Congratulations number three of three happy. Bek AMC one thousand miles with the other two gentlemen Haywire Nineteen eighty-seven and Sunshine Sixty five for the waffle house fixed. He clocked in one thousand forty nine miles seventeen hours twenty two minutes. He writes set out to do this. One Thousand Mile Ride didn't know what to expect. The three of US set out for Georgia to have breakfast met some cool folks along the way and made some new friends can't wait to do it again. Well done. These guys are freaking awesome acts Rocco underscore X. that's ex- underscore our ACO underscore X. crushed their one K. Loop through four states starting in the south somewhere around where I live southern California head. No Ver- going up and coming back on the trustee old interstate fifteen clocked him at one thousand one miles in sixteen hours thirty eight minutes and then one hundred more miles for the home stretch. We all gotta get home right so they right. I started the day pretty late ten. Am leaving a house in Marino valley. California well shoot. I'm in Riverside so this guy's right up the road that's right next door. That's why this looks familiar back to it. I had the intention of taking a long lunch ride as I talked to the wife about it before I left the house so I was undecided on where to have lunch at at that point I convinced myself to right up to VEGAS FOR LUNCH ONCE IN VEGAS. I still did not feel like I worked up an appetite and I wrote past Vegas Lake. Mead to visit an old buddy when ride north on interstate fifteen I saw a sign that said Utah about one hundred miles so I told myself again. Looks like Utah for lunch. Once I got to Saint George I was still not hungry and I did buy water but no real appetite yet. I looked up the local Harley and Google said Xilai on Harley Davidson is nearby at the dealership I got to see some pictures of Zion and that kicked up the next idea which was to ride. Pass I on and dropped down to Arizona. No way was I gonNA ride back home the same route so my lunch. Experience turned into one K plus adventure. Sometimes not having a planned out day can really turn into a pretty kick ass experience. My greatest experience from the rod was midway design to rams one on each side grazing on grass as I got close to them and I read the bike. They picked up their heads to look at me. The rams started running next to me at one point. I told myself I hope these rams. Don't turn me into sandwich. Because I was scared shitless. They ran about thirty yards or so with me and they stopped to continue their afternoon stack by far the wildest experience filled with adrenaline. That has happened besides dodging deer until the next one and today. This is your friend Rocco last but not least this is at. Gt S. H. E. F. knocked out his one K. Loop around Arkansas. Taken in all the landscape it has to offer we clock getting them at one thousand sixty miles in nineteen hours thirty three minutes. I've been wanting to do one of these rats for a long time. I really don't like riding interstate so I decided to circle the state on mostly. Us routes what a great choice. I really enjoyed the variety of the ride the farmland in the east ozarks in the north. Oh Cheetah Mountains in the West and the Timberland's and south at the end of the ride mild lady was there with the garage open and a cold beer man. Solid Wafi is correctly written by Mr Echo. So well done and well done to everybody. Thanks for enjoying part. One American road runner Rodwin Canaan Day with MS. Beulah may the love of my life. Guess what's coming up soon enough. Par to stay. Tuned clicked in. Enjoy my fellows American. Red.
Do I need to also buy the .net and .co for my domain?
"Felix. Starting an online business. He's got his dot. com address was just great. But he's asking does he. Need to buy the DOT net extension the dot com as well and for those who are listening any other extension you might be thinking of Dot. US whatever it is. It could be very tempting to do. This is because hey it's only like ten dollars a year and you want to kind of cover all your basis. Because he thought of this is a great name for your business a great year. Real let me get all the different extensions available and at the end of the day it may cost you forty fifty sixty maybe a hundred dollars to get all the extensions so you might think. Hey it's not a huge huge expense. It's it's like a fancy dinner out but here's my advice. You need to validate the business idea. I need to make sure people are actually buying what you're intending to sell or want to buy it so you need to make your first sale or two I because you might be buying things you're just not going to use. The business idea. Might be a bus in the name may any not be congruent with the next pivot. You'RE GONNA make so if you have the DOT com. That's great hurry up and validate this business idea. Make sure there's an audience for it. Make sure that you you can sell what you're intending to sell to your potential audience and it shouldn't take long to do. This shouldn't take more than a few weeks for starting a t shirt business print won t shirt in the way you're going to sell it and sell to one customer to to customers. Three customers find out are people willing to buy at the price point. You're willing to sell it out to make a profit this is an online course. Presale the course. Show them the results are going to get. Give them a preview. Put up a sales page. If you got buyers got people that are willing to pay for you have some traction and it's worth investing in that traction at that point okay. The hundred dollar investment to get all the domains. James is probably going to be a good one but by buying all these domains and not knowing if the business going to fly this is like saying. I'm going to move to a new country and I've never been there before right. I have no proof for validation on a WanNa live there. Why property there right? I know it's not the same thing as out the same kind of price point or investment. But I know a lot of entrepreneurs the have hundreds hundreds of domains that they never use and they just continue to have him on honor renew and in my opinion. That's just a waste of money. Leave those domains available salable and leave him for somebody who's actually going to do something with it and focus on what you're GonNa do in your business focus on how you're gonNA use your domain so if you got one great and if you get dot com that's even amazing the dotcoms out available recommend going with the dot net or dot co validate the idea and then go and see if you can grab the other extensions once once you know you can make money off this business now. What I love of this is that it puts you on a deadline? Has the time. Ticking so yourself on a deadline say I need to value this idea. And the Knicks months at Max and you have the sense of urgency. 'cause hey you don't want those other extensions to get snatched up right. That's why you were thinking about grabbing him in the first place. Well validate this idea quickly. Komo get it done under a month and then you can grab those extensions and fuel better right but this puts a little fire under you and pushes you to get the wheels turning turning on this business a lot of us. We have good ideas in the middle of the night. We grab the domains and we do nothing with them later. This is the difference between someone playing business and doing doing business. BEULAH DO business. Developers make sure people are willing to pay for the make a transaction right. They actually make money. They make a sale remember. I mentioned this all the time. Okay but if you've ever watched the show shark tank the first question that the sharks asked. The contestants is how many sales you have. How many units have you pushed? They're not gonNA invest in something something that doesn't make money the validate that isn't out there for sure making money that you have actual audience members actual customers that want to buy that product so make sure you validate then go ahead and grab those extensions later and put yourself on a deadline to push you to do it quickly
"beulah" Discussed on American Road Runner
"So pretty sad as well. That's this new book or Prequel Disagreeable decided to turn the roadrunner new series. So there's going to be a series in bus and it's all going to start with a prequel which is Kinda cool. It's the gateway drug to motorcycles which acts says kid paper out several chapters getting Roche. How do you release a prequel though? Nassar's you give away for free. Marches Jan Pretty. Saturday do that in the near future but again that's me health around about riding bicycles in my childhood. What events any traffic on? Who when you talk about selfish. That's what I think about any kind of anything I create. It's like it's just whatever whatever the fuck I feel like doing. Whether it's you know my art sewing sewing in master sewer only for myself is only 'cause like shit doesn't fit me at the stores so. I know I'm going to alter anyway. Tall in top-heavy freight inks friend. But yeah that's no. I seriously. I started sewing when I was like thirteen. That's just an so and I've always done like creative stuff And I always get compliments on the things that I make like. I know I'm doing a good job but that's not why I'm doing. I'm doing so my clothes. Look better on me. That's selfish so yeah and I consider it in our creative use it as a society and it has nothing to do men or women. Well obviously it used to be women's work one so that's what they did but that's beside the point. It's just creating something with your hands no matter what. It is worse and even with motorcycles. Like I said with like you know all these like crazy choppers. That's I consider that art some coming up on the twenties going six October twenty six the Moto Mash Helmet in art show in coffee art. Show here in downtown riverside at the minded mill girl girl on a moto my podcast. I don't want to stay mine the PODCAST. I'm a part of because this is Yeah we're having a motorcycle and Halloween themed Painted helmets and skate decks. And they're all going to be auctioned off for Moto Fam- our favorite motorcycle charity They help writers In life altering accidents loss of limb loss of life. You know crazy crazy comebacks What movie yeah So that's what it's GonNa benefit but it still going to be around fucking party and others me all kinds of artwork available from all of the artists that are participating not just their helmets like their other pieces are going to be up in the gallery for a month and Even those pieces not just the night of the show If you come in and buy any of those pieces part of that is also going to go to modem so everything we're doing Is GonNA benefit benefit modem and there so many fucking sponsors sponsor going Arby's. It's kind of exciting cool. Yeah people I'm stoked and Connie's been doing all of it so I haven't even seen any of the stuff that's coming in or any of the submissions or anything like this. This will again be my role as like. What do you need me to do? Delegate and I will take care of it for you. That's where I feel comfortable so I'm letting her round up all the good shit and I will be there to help carry it or whatever she needs but it's going to be in it's at costume contests and already not going to dress up for. I had put together a costume. I don't think my fire extinguisher. Trojan OUR GONNA. Come up with some okay. I got mine. For New Dresses Alternative. You're you're one black Washer But yeah that's GonNa be that's GonNa be good and also let's talk about. We can talk about the podcast for a little bit because you have here somewhere rang. I'm a big Fan. The fulfillment tell about fulfilment the podcast gives you get to talk about motorcycles with people who. Ride Motors. Yeah Yeah it's it's nice to share our stories and you know Connie and I get out and ride. Sometimes you're different rides. Like she doesn't have the freedom of time to as much as I do so I bring a perspective too. That is yeah. And she's tied into her job and as always super busy. It's hard for her to get that free time so that free time that was blocks that she gets off work like it's family vacation time So it gives a different perspective like we ride different bikes at Kerr bike super clean super fancy and like her outfit. Always matches would like fucking. That's why she has so many sweatshop bags because that's like her purse that's Eric Cesary whereas I'm just like here's my dente tank. Here's my fucking bag. Full OF ANTI NAUSEA ANTI-DIARRHEA. A flashlight. So we have a. We have a different perspective. But we're also I mean I still consider myself a fairly new writer only just over six years. I mean I do have a lot of miles But I mean I don't know everything about it so I learned from other people. I'm now learning about like you know getting this new exhaust Mike. Quarter the things that I need to do. What am I looking for? What do I need from it? How is it going to change the performance at my like? I'm learning so not only do I get to share. My stories of traveling and feather people want to do that. Cool or they have questions but like I'm also learning as I go like we get to talk to these cool people in industry and I get to ask all these questions and the thing that surprised me the most is how intimidating isn't because when you you know like just I don't know like it just seems like. Oh you're this you're a builder or you're an artist or you're this or you're that and it just like you're up here and it's like no we do the same thing like in your super welcoming and Super Nice and smart and funny and I never would ask you because I was too fucking shy. So they've heard your story on long story. Yeah and we get to get to share that with people and and the only the only thing I wish we had more time for is to actually ride with with the people that listen Because we have a bunch of listeners that are local and they participated in that The podcast the motorcycle. Podcast challenge challenge. Which you were encouraging other Pe- you know people about and ride and play a fun. Game like I wish we could organize rides more often. But it's more dislike the events or like you know post like we're GONNA be at this event and you know we've we've met like I guess there are fans in had like pictures taken and stuff like it's cool it's shocking and it's makes it worth it. I think it's neat to hear what other people are. Doing Austin Texas only today just so amazed. Nick Yinzer BAR THERE. Also but we just had a great. We chatted each other's year offer. Forty five minutes you read my book signing year on. I love sharing stories. Podcast is all about sharing stories. That's the only reason I do notice I instead of getting better but I love Chris. I'm really excited to see and enjoy all fun. Future totally and this next like seriously the next one like seven weekends. I have something going on next weekend next weekend. Going to Joshua tree the weekend after that is current bill the week after that is babies right out. We can after that his pilgrimage. The weekend after that is the modem ash show the weekend after that is Meraj. Are you doing that like it's a Hooligan Turkeys camping? Something something show up. I don't think land speed racing shut down to that problem. Is I start. Your people are being rude to just kicking the comment. I made that comment Ritchie. Last time. That I'm like nature number tears off the service damage.
"beulah" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Faster having. Eighty really slammed right now with construction. Your westbound side, exit twenty five in towards wealth. Two lanes closed that through the bud lake and Alamo, GRE then eastbound side to as twenty seven in toward twenty eight Roxbury. You've got two lanes shut you might wanna go with forty six to get around all those delays twenty four getting very busy. Westbound from Chatham. Right in two hundred seven in Hanover. This appears to be construction, the northbound eastern spur of the turnpike is closed extra volume on the western spur and northbound on the turnpike out a roadway. You've got construction between ten and eleven Parkway jamming with right-lane work northbound just past two eighty two six still very busy in Hillsborough with repairs year way across the Hudson. George Washington Bridge Lincoln, Holland tunnel, leaving New Jersey. We're looking at minor delays overall, there are slowdowns on the turnpike extension. Heading to the Holland tunnel, you might want to hop on one nine instead and across the Delaware. Looking at very heavy traffic at the Pennsylvania turnpike. Connector ninety five leaving New Jersey just far left lane gets by and it looks like some construction now on. Two ninety five south a right in the area of Sloan avenue that in the Trenton area traffic every fifteen minutes. Your next report ten thirty three on New Jersey one point five New Jersey traffic is made possible by these auto big news. Beulah vote is not sport of Eden town. Just a few doors down at sixty seven thirty six west, they're under construction and open for business. Still the same friendly staff, that, you know, and trust in a new state of the art facility. Stop by visit as for two beaten town dot com. Jersey one point five is proud to present. Freedom festival. Join us for free family fun and the biggest fireworks.
'Expect Change': Robert Lighthizer Is Trump's Hardball-Playing China Trade Negotiator
"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message. Come from NBC's new drama the enemy within Erica shepherd betrayed her country. Now, she's the FBI's only hope in stopping America's greatest enemy. But can she be trusted Mondays beginning February twenty fifth on NBC right now representatives of the two largest economies in the world, China and the United States are locked intense negotiations over trade leading the US delegation is US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer lighthizer is a lawyer with more than four decades of experience in Washington trade battles. He grew up in a steel port town on Lake Erie. And it is that experience that helped turn him into a major skeptic of free-trade NPR's. Jim zarroli has this profile last October, President Trump unveiled a trade agreement with Mexico and Canada it had taken months to negotiate. And as he did he turned to shake hands with a tall unassuming man who stood behind him. Holding a folder filled with papers, no matter when you call them. He was in the office or he was in somebody else's office doing the same thing. He Bob lighthizer scrape. I've heard for years I said if I ever do this wanna get lighthizer to represent us because he felt the way I did with Robert lighthizer, Trump has a trade Representative who very much shares his hard ball views on trade, if not his pugnacious style, take China, for instance, way back in the nineties lighthizer was warning that China was no ordinary market economy. It didn't play by the rules. If American markets were open to Chinese imports. He said, no US factory job would be safe and lighthizer views on China. Haven't changed over the years. Here's a speech from 2017 the sheer scale of their coordinated efforts to develop their economy to subsidize to create national champions into distort markets is a threat to the world trading system. Mm-hmm. That is unprecedented. And lighthizer has been a big critic of trade deals like NAFTA. He warned that they would devastate American manufacturing in Washington where one administration after another preached the gospel of free trade lighthizer views placed him outside the mainstream for a long time says Edward Alden of the council on foreign relations, the view in Washington has been that opening up trade is good for the United States and good for the other countries involved late Heiser is a profess economic nationalist. He's very much about what's in it for the United States, but laser is well respected, even by those. He's clashed with such as former US Trade Representative Mickey cantor who helped negotiate NAFTA for the Clinton administration Kanter says he's often been at odds with lighthizer, but he concedes that lighthizer has a deep understanding of trade law while he's bright. He's experienced. He's a confident is certainly understands these issues. Backwards and forwards, but lighthizer also has fans and some even more unusual places. He's well respected by unions. And by people on the left such as Laurie Wallich a leading opponent of trade deals. Bob lighthizer is kind of like the unicorn US R. It's like a mythical beast who actually by merit of his past work has relationships with Democrats in congress and with unions and has relationships with businesses and with Republicans Wallich, founder of global trade. Watch remembers listening to lighthizer speak-out against NAFTA in the nineties. She was surprised at her own reaction, which was. That's kinda scary that right wing Reagan administration. Republican trade guy is saying things that I seventy percent agree with since then they've often worked together in trade battles. And they talk regularly lighthizer skepticism about free trade was shaped in part by his background. He grew up in relative comfort in the Ohio city of Ashta Beulah. Mark plug Okkas worked with him at a summer job. In a grocery store is a good kid and some well-spoken. His dad was a doctor which in Nashville at that time was you know, elite social status the ash Beulah of lighthizer childhood was a thriving port town it shipped in iron ore for steel mills and shipped out coal from Kentucky and West Virginia. But much of that is gone today. Former union official Ray Gruber, drove me around town on a cold overcast day past empty storefronts and face. Needed frame houses, these days much, less freight comes through Abiolas port and many of its manufacturers have fled the big plants have all moved out and that happened late seventies early eighties. I think there's a lot shock and all because now you've got two thousand people who are looking for work. Those who know him say lighthizer brings up ash Beulah decline in conversation. And that it's affected his views on trade. Leo Gerard is president of the United Steelworkers or grew up in orca class town, and you know, how people have suffered by losing jobs. And and I suspect that that's part of why he went into the that part of the legal profession has a lawyer lighthizer represented the steel industry in Washington. He also worked on trade policy in the Reagan administration at the time. His target was Japan, which was seen as a big threat to American manufacturing jobs. Lighthizer helped push Tokyo to accept limits. On how much it exported to the US says Edward Alden. I think the Japan experience told him the only way you make progress is through threats that you're prepared to carry out to restrict access to the world's largest market, which is the United States. Now lighthizer is trying to make the same threats against China. He sees China as an even more formidable adversary than Japan its markets remained largely closed to outsiders. He says intellectual property theft is a huge problem. Here's what light is our said in two thousand seventeen expect change expect new approaches and expect action now as the country's chief negotiator on trade. Lighthizer is in a position to do something about it. And those who know him say light is at seventy one use this as his last best chance to reverse the decline of cities such as Ashton Beulah. The town. He grew up in Jim zarroli in here news. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast.
"beulah" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Snyder, Beulah church and the entire ride downtown this morning. You could barely see in front of you, so slow it. Now, we have enough trouble not getting into excellent completely clear and dry that. Just take your time just to my caveat on to sixty four and this is a couple of hours ago. So, you know, take it for what it's worth. But honestly, all but there wasn't a hundred yards of visibility at that time. So yeah, it was not good on the way. In like, I said, I I came Snyder from you know, from Beulah church downtown. Right. And that entire stretch was was logo. What I mean by that is if you're going sixty five or sixty miles an hour. One hundred yards is not hard to grab up to in. All of a sudden, you're having problems, please be careful. All right, obviously in the news sexual assault sexual assault, national sexual assault hotline was blistering one hundred forty seven percent increase yesterday. There are a lot of technicalities to this. But we know that many people, you know, women often don't tell their story till years later, this is not unusual, but also men that have been sexually assaulted. They don't tell their stories very Alta. What can you tell us here in Jefferson County? You know, what experiences you've seen in what can people do today as they become bolder, and hopefully, you know, trying to get things straightened out for their own personal lives. Yeah. So I mean first off I'm not an expert on this topic at all. But this is not a political topic. You know, October first kicked off the domestic violence awareness month last year was the purple purse challenge this year is everyday advocate. We'll have a lot of stuff coming out on that. But the thing understand is that in the state of Kentucky there is no statute of limitations on felony. And if you're a victim your victim. And so you come forward the minute after it happens. If you come forward fifty years after it happened. You know, if you're not the person that that live that story, you know, then then you don't have any any opinion on it. So it just it doesn't matter if you were a victim out there, and you were at a point in your life where you're comfortable to come forward and talk about it like talk about it when I say, there's no statute of limitations on felonies. I mean, I it doesn't matter if it, you know, eighty years from when it happened. No one deserves to be a victim. And that doesn't matter if you're a democrat or Republican liberal or whatever just just yeah. Just it's a it's a serious thing. We get so tied up in the politics of things that we miss the victim on this. I thought Dr Ford's testimony was riveting I don't deny anything that happened to her. We just don't know for sure some of the details. And so I I'm sure during that trauma. You're not necessarily thinking about a lot of things. But now, I think what we could take away from that for those who are victims. Tell your mom tell your dad, tell your friends and tell them now, go go go get checked out, whatever the case may be don't be embarrassed. By what somebody else did to you as a victim. Wait what you said. I'm sorry. What you what you see on this? And I can speak to this personally, you know. I know people that have waited until the perpetrator passed away. Before they got the courage up to come forward because they knew there wasn't anybody. They would have to confront at that point. And that doesn't lessen what happened. It doesn't mean. It didn't happen because it was years removed from when they came forward. And that's what I what if anybody only takes one thing from our talk this morning, like I don't care how long ago, it was a if you have the courage, and you're a point in your life where you're ready to come forward. Call us call our tip line. Call nine one one and we will help to make you whole your time. Lamont is always thank you very much Lamont Washington with the Louisville metro police department. Enjoy your day and your weekend. We'll talk to you next week as well. Twenty minutes.
Florida Woman Says Kratom Tea Caused Daughter's Brain Damage
"So a mom is suing because her child has brain damage after consuming Craton t. So Florida mother claims that her daughters t- habit left him with brain damage, and assuming three establishments child used to frequent for negligence, she's doing them for negligence, and these were three establishments are kid went you Mary Tobar who's nineteen year old daughter Brett allegedly suffered psychotic episodes in March claims that the herbal remedy left the teen with frontal lobe damage in frontal, lobe damage does affect personality bars lawsuit claims that the tea is a dangerous products that has certainly caused injury to people, and it has certainly caused injury to our client. I find that very interesting when you know, people use a term twice in the same sentence. Anyway, there are no FDA approved uses for Craton and the agency morning. There isn't agency warning properties that expose users to addiction abuse independence. We'll talk about credit credit, MS. Some claim that it can be used to treat opioid withdrawal symptoms with the FDA warns. There was no reliable evidence to support this theory. I'm not sure why the girl was drinking it the agency has called from a research into the substance while warning consumers not to use any products labelled as containing the botanical substance Cranham or its psychoactive compounds might tragedy and seven hydroxy but tragedy. The FDA has linked to substance right now to forty four deaths in the US. So apparently, her lawsuit names Beulah on the beach Beulah. Cafe and mad Hatters. That's no botanical t bar all located in Pinellas county. She's at her daughter frequently visited those locations over four year span to drink crap. Not now, of course, the news outlet van wizard claims that they establish wants fail to warrants VAR of dangerous side effects, which makes them liable for bodily injury, and resulting pain and suffering aggravation, preexisting condition, mental anguish, lots of capacity for life past and future, medical and nursing care expenses
Triple Crown winner Justify retires from racing
"AS that story in one minute first traffic and weather Busy out there this afternoon police are still trying to clear up an, accident there was some injuries. Minor lane and Preston highway they've. Been there for quite a while. They're just getting ready. To clear that up also Dixie in Johnstown road an accident another. One eastern Parkway Norris in Bardstown road, and Murray, up in the highlands. Six four eastbound or. Emphasis seventy one northbound watch for stalled vehicle they're wrapping up an earlier injury. Accident Snyder expressway eastbound just four Beulah church road are an extra forty and ten minutes Bobby Ellis NewsRadio eight forty WFAN I'm, wwl Kyi meteorologists Tiffany Savona. Here there Wednesday afternoon forecast the. Sun and clouds today is high. Temperatures climb into the, mid to upper eighties we'll say a few passing clouds overnight temperatures. Dropped seventy degrees by Thursday morning Thursday afternoon partly cloudy and very warm with highs around ninety degrees a week cold front will move. In Thursday night early Friday slight chance for an isolated shower or storm edged Wwl Kia. Weather forecast I'm meteorologist about eighty eight, at NewsRadio, eight forty w. h. a. s. our top story Triple crown winner justify will no longer race due to an ankle injury justifiable retire undefeated in his career after becoming the first. Horse since Apollo in eighteen eighty two to win the Kentucky Derby after not racing as a two year old the horse is the thirteenth triple crown winner in the. First to, do it undefeated since Seattle slew in nineteen Seventy-nine. Justify will return to Winstar farm in for sales in August there's a huge. Opioid summit underway today in Indianapolis the event is part of the state judicial. Branches effort. To, address the crisis the summit will focus on the science of addiction. Along, with treatments for substance use disorders meantime a new grant is helping Kentucky state police fight the opioid epidemic. Jill Lisa Chapman reports every. Ks p. sworn officer or, receive a kit that will protect them from dangerous drugs sergeant Joshua Lawson with Kentucky. State police says the thin no kits, were purchased with twenty, five thousand, dollars in grandsons from. Passport health plan they include tie back. Suits respirator mask then no protective gloves safety glasses Any portable gear back officials say the synthetic opioid drug. Has the potential to be deadly just, by coming in contact, with it Delina Chapman. NewsRadio eight forty, w. h., s a second summit between President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin won't happen until early next year national security. Adviser John Bolton put out a statement saying a second summit quote should not take place until after the Russia which is over it's not known. When special counsel Robert Muller, will complete the Russia probe President Trump hosted EU president JEAN. CLAUDE Juncker at the White House today the. Talks were on trade but the questions at the photo op were. About something else ABC's Karen Travers reports from the White House President, Trump did not take any, questions in the, Oval Office today ahead of his meeting with the. President of the European Commission reporters shouted questions about Michael Cohen asking the president if, his former personal attorney and fixer betrayed him and if he was worried about what Cohen was going to. Say to with authorities the. President was also asked. Why Russian, President Vladimir Putin has not accepted his invitation to meet in, Washington Mr., Trump said. Several times thank you very, much his signal he does not want to engage with the press Karen Travers ABC news the white House Jay CPS prepares for the school year by hiring more. Bus drivers and monitors the addition of the. Drivers and monitors, was announced, during yesterday's board of education meeting the district's chief operations officer Mike razor says the district has hired a surplus. Of about thirty to forty bus drivers we're not out of the woods but the positive steps that have been taken by the administration and by. Our board to raise bus, driver paid to incentivize attendance that's really starting to work and. The the yeoman's work that's been done by. Our transportation department to recruit quality bus drivers we are in a. Really good position for the first day of school GPS classes resume, August fifteenth the latest US, space telescope was, supposed to be an orbit fourteen years ago it's. Now billions of dollars over budget and still stuck on earth congress wants to know, why how science committee chairman Lamar Smith says the new James Webb telescope is now more than eight billion. Dollars over budget it is. Truly staggering newly confirmed. NASA administrator, Jim Breitenstein says the space agency is embarrassed by so many, human errors, and delays But he insists the telescope is unique we're going to change how we understand.
"beulah" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"And even size cleared up that wreck on sixty. Five northbound north fern valley but. Still slow back toward. The outer loop at all lanes are open get a. Broken down to sixty, five northbound at Westport and. Roadwork on to. Sixty five eastbound between sixty five and Beulah church. Walk in the left lane next report is in fifteen minutes I'm Jason Erhard NewsRadio eight forty W. h. a. s. I'm wwl Kyi meteorologist Mamello Cevic with your Wednesday forecast will feature a partly cloudy? Sky and highs right where they should be for this time. Of year at eighty nine degrees closed down. To seventy one tonight we'll hit ninety tomorrow with a. Dry Thursday in store only a slight chance of a shower on Friday with highs near eighty five at. Your wwl Kyi forecast I'm meteorologist map Milosevic it's sunny and eighty two and our top story every Kentucky state police trooper will now carry a fennel response kit to, combat, the, opioid crisis Justice secretary John Kelly announcing the purchase of suits, respirator, masks protective gloves glasses and portable gear bags state police and other law enforcement who go onto the front lines every day and just by coming into contact with fennel can. Lose, their lives Fenton oh is a potent synthetic opioid drug that is fifty times more potent than heroin A man was found shot dead in the park hill neighborhood this morning a shot to shot to, death, between, two homes there on on a street in the park hill, neighborhood, this is the police.
"beulah" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"As we inside beulah warm and this i right right diamond dan sign guy you four nine music now the base station.
"beulah" Discussed on Clockwise
"I had a us account amazon or defeated program but i leave italy and i was on didn't want to send me a check for my commissions so the only way to get a payment was through a gift card and accumulated hundreds of dollars in gift cards that i could only use for digital downloads on amazon that meant that i could get paid by buying kindle books steal this collection in seeing new collection of kindle books that i never read and that i'm still trying to catch up on these backlog on i rather read the books because i preferred the way the way that i books looks on us i preferred the factor you know it got support years before the kindle app which just got speed beulah last week about one of the things that i will love to have an irs which sort of mike also mentioned as audiobooks i love apple at a way to offer like a bundle that you download book from the i bookstore and you also get the audiobook version and yuka listen you know in a complete package sort of books i've love to have that kind of feature but because i wanna i wanna get into audiobooks more but i'm still stuck in the kindle ecosystem both because i you know they have the auditing degration and also because of that ugi bary that makes me feel guilty because it's literally like hundreds of titles yeah the the amazon locking is strong i have a kindle i really enjoy reading on it i prefer reading on it to my ipad i still like physical books when i get him but it's definitely a space concern i think it's tough to sort of switch out of that to another vendor what i would love to see is something akin to what the movie studios have done on the digital side which is this movies anywhere initiative where you essentially by movie.
"beulah" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Walkout argued by beulah no why people will understand its rafidah sure this is the year i mean is it the worst because some people kong is a disgrace i mean obscene words but is is one the most miscalculated things that i've ever seen year yeah what oh is he is seen this for so many before this like surely you know what this it is slow her tom trying to run at home i'm a give it to at least sees committing to yeah the whole thing all the way oh yeah i also have done she says she went on hometown sudden that's a that's not saying this howling nick the room jordan mathews go there jordan said pays me i love this i love these guys i love how people are just deal earnings they're not even none only been hard and expressions like mark god dumbstruck what the hill outlets like their people if you listen to their people that like on the teams them mao the just open is late on onset men in nationality i never heard no she at night tests before okay i see the about the school for the death rather this laughing katie to contain themselves that jimmy kimmel give will world jimmy kimmel didn't know that you do not want to invite jimmy kimmel to a game you fucking with national anthem 'cause he will die radiant his mother rene like i got 'baterias already i wanted jimmy kimmel around when you fucking up.
"beulah" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"Sort of because beulah we had you know beulah has a whole story to his own but it was very hard to get them into the country because he was from new zealand and it was it we own the actor who played solo were to act who played solo you know i audition fourteen hundred people to play that part really yeah and couldn't find the guy and you know was being pushed i almost threaten my my job in five weeks u you addition atmono no no i'm sorry i had five weeks to go just present to spielberg to get the job allah okay are at which point he said you've got the job now go get it great that was in june when we shot in we shot in january okay okay because i can say it just now now it was it was you know you're doing a hall of ours lost says sentence are you at a lotta time that idea pre ready to have a lotta time but not a lotta time when you consider i spent most of the time trying to find that actor yeah clearly yeah and so did you rehearse was hurt well we didn't have the option to rehearse with him because he didn't get into the country until two weeks before shooting okay and then it was you know you want to rehearse i'd worked with him separately you know just over skype enduring a bunch of stuff with him um and and you know i think that if you if you rehearse too much i think you are in danger of overwork in them any sort of suck the magic out of it you know some of the senate i'm interested to hear that you're saying that as an actor though because.
"beulah" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"The league around the high school area here in the region not too many scores going on to me games going on here the friday before christmas but taking a look at a few of them in boy's basketball davies gets the win over grand forks central eighty three to thirty one oh grow the number ten team in the state in class b hangs on villa window night over beulah sixty six fifty six backtoback wins with a growers in their head coach count card yesterday on our game out there at oak gross editor learn a lot about this team were the next week basement he team like beulah your tonight and a beat beulah fairly easily at me up 10point lead they held the lead all the way from this secondquarter on so a thousand career points as well for andrew christiansen in that game i think oh grove might be for real this year maybe another trip back to the state tournament once again for the growers in north dakota girls basketball forego north beat phongo south 77 243 north dakota voice hockey davies with a four one win over west forego shots on goal also in favor of davies by a large margin 73 to nine what a total shots on goal for davies nights 73 ah ah west fog goalie under siege there of where the packers grand forks red river also beats graft in tonight four to three at you there at the end of the second period on that one red river of four to three on grafton in minnesota boy's basketball solan defeats park christian sixty four to fifty nine also in boys hockey clo k esco carlsson with the win over moorhead three that to win the game the spots outshot in the game thirty six to nine that was a final in overtime so more had now dropping a couple of games this season lost the minute a last friday and lose to a coke a esco carlton here tonight three two two with us but not dropping a couple of co for the drop in.
"beulah" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Beulah thing him this is southern colorado sports leader extra sports 1300 in coach santer is going to be here soon but before that you've got a couple of hockey games to take care of on the road tonight against los angeles kings in come off that one against pittsburgh agaza put together actually 'backtoback pretty good games should look at the tampa game in that you guys did a lot of good things you certainly played two excellent periods of hockey against the payments to pull out the two points are they feel in coming into this one i agree with you i think you take we did some things in the first period you know we are parkway was in his christmas i would have like it when in turn we spent some time in our zone and then we we can occur that going in the second and third in the pace of our game really came our execution picked up and and we were more dangerous and ended up plan to really good periods and winning the hockey game so he frost is the consistency ever got to get the other make shirts sixty minutes here tonight especially planner really tough team and their homebuilding after road trip here so we know they're gonna be hungry here in front of their fans no doubt about it and they've got some good dust good players about that squad and you look at the kings and i'm sure you had a chance to see plenty of film of them they're back to where i guess everybody expects the la kings to be yeah the i mean real wellrounded team there heavy team play four lines in an obviously the back in the goaltending is fantastic as well so uh for us it's it's going to be a real good challenge for us got to be four lines night of everyone go gone and again.
"beulah" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Headline was fake news ex well the link headlines vet yes the link headline it's a it's a it's a clique baiting right thing mcbain thing but you know because it's not again it implies oh my gosh well technically you can say americans f more than one bullies it's annoying americans okay and you and i this is the frustration you and i often have big because we have to go through everything and we see something like that a gathered egg it gets our attention we click on it you know for us it's our work you know so you're sending us down this path oh what you mean is that well again that's click baiting which is fake news right i think those so the so the click bait headlined on fake news was fake news gas sad of the start ending every phrase in sad like the president doesn't twitter assaf sad i just saw just how the new julia roberts novi sad of area i'm call you still am beulah roberts no no no no the actual movie was that it was heartbreaking uh by the way that move is going to be on this week and i saw the preview of it which one but the one you eight uh with her in at the one you hate the one was she's about pretty woman pretty wounds on here oh yeah no it's i i always thought you know uh marrying a you know a prostitute in always had that romantic appeal that you had uh you know uh hide dollar a callgirl of rightly what he was doing this negotiating if i just by the ring that suggest that one last price and i've done no lie i'd give him order that i had never watched the move it wasn't promoted that way say they didn't promoted that way was romance no it was a businessman he realized that he just purchased the.
"beulah" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"Channel and they're gaza caught column is call page six and so they got this article here the jedidiah did jedidiah beulah exit the view because of hillary clinton says jedidiah bulow shocked audiences when she departed the view today and according to a source this sudden departure may have something to do with hillary hillary clinton is on the show last wednestey promoting her book what happened with conservative jedidiah bela calling her tonedeaf in asking the former presidential candidate a tough question all right so here is the tough question that jedidiah bela ask hillary clinton well it it will be tough for you or me but clearly it was tough for hillary iran give a cover to congress i was really interested in your perspective i still am and one thing that bothered me is that i can honestly in your life i felt that there was some tone jaffna's as to why when you say you were unsure as to why the race was so close to begin with i was talking to people throughout the call trump supporters in my family my friends from were saying we're frustrated with rising obamacare costs of we're frustrated with government overreach we're frustrated that we had a president they could utter radical islamic extremism wanted him most people were voting for chunk based on real issues do you knowledge that that that was happening i guess that would be a tough question for hillary how she can answer that she can't she can't so here is hillary's response and did this wind up costing jedidiah beal her job on the view here's hillary's response now i do i do acknowledge that for some people that was for real issues i've course take is stand because i was secretary of state and there was very good reason why the president in everybody around him was careful about how you talk because you want two zero win and defeat the terrorists you don't want to inflame a religion of a billion people so i really under scott yeah there's a decent debate about this and i i.
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"Right here on talk radio seven id k b six mm all right coming up minutes we're going to talks a former florida congressman ray radl who knows steve's believes well only via the fund info the wrote the book of light them and we also have the subaru head of the day i want to mention it's a little dog a lot coming up on the drive home shabina abc she all some she she be c j a b c los angeles orange county a shoot beulah station seven ninety kabc news live and local it's four o'clock i'm john wolf and if you've been hearing a gunman opened fire early this morning and republican lawmakers as they practice for charity baseball game the shooting lift a number of people injured including house majority whip steve scalise correspondent brian todd is one of the wounded officers was taken to the same haas police medstyle washington hospital center he also just learned the identity of the second victim here being treated here washing hospital center that is capitol hill police officer crystal greiner she is in good condition and tonight officer grinder and two other officers who returned fire and engage that shooter are coming in for some very heavy praised because the this could have been so much worse had they not been the fbi special agent timothy slater was in charge of the washington dc field office talk to julian john broke down the injury count five individuals were shot a congressman they united states capitol police officer congressional staffer a lobbyist and the subject energy does she know to individuals a congressman and a capitol police officer attained secondary injuries at the scene and were transported to local hospitals intrigue is actually in a briefing he also slater also ask the public for help law enforcement has reason to believe that the shooter has has been in alexandria virginia area since march of this year the fbi has issued again seeking information poster there's located on our website asking the public to come forward with information on the shooter in that website is fbi dot gov k b sees julian barbary asked our cars responded bob costantini but the difference between house majority whip steve scalise.