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"beury" Discussed on Cults

Cults

16:00 min | 1 year ago

"beury" Discussed on Cults

"In late January nineteen eighty the severely beaten body of sex worker Barbara Bro REPULSA was found in a field behind a printing factory police suspected either Barbara's current boyfriend Dave Cowan or her unstable selects former satanist Andy Maltese of committing the murder ten days after her body was discovered. Andy called police and and told them he knew what had happened to her because he'd seen it all in psychic dream. Police immediately brought Andy to the station to hear his story. He told them that in his dream he was floating above the field where Barbara had been murdered. Andy said he watched as a heavy set man in a leather jacket. Get beat Barbara with a rock. Barbara was lying on the ground and the assailant was squatting near her head. One of the investigators showed andy a picture of the field where the murder took place. He asked Andy to mark the spot where he saw the murder recurring he put an X. right over the place where the body had been found owned by the hunting dogs. Andy told detectives he couldn't see the man's face clearly and didn't know who he was. Barbara was screaming calling out to Andy to help her as though she could see him there floating in the trees above the field in the dream he was helpless to intervene he couldn't move. He heard the assailant telling her that. Andy wouldn't help her anymore. Near the end of the interview anti changed his story slightly my saying that the murder weapon hadn't been Iraq after all but a piece of concrete. This detail had not been released to the press. Andy displayed aide the symptoms of someone who's suffering from delusion of grandeur. This is a specific kind of delusion in which the sufferer falsely believes they have special abilities or important connections to famous people. It's frequently seen in those suffering from schizophrenia and bipolar disorder but it can also be present isn't in drug addicts clinical psychologist. Rebecca Knowles has stated grandiose delusions are found across a wide range of psychiatric conditions nations including a substantial proportion of patients with Substance Abuse Disorders. Andy's long history of drug abuse may have predisposed him to such delusions during his time in the satanic cult he'd been able to use claims of psychic powers and mystic visions as a way to manipulate people he may have of assumed he could control police in the same way unfortunately for him. His Psychic Act functioned as little more than a confession in the eyes of police unfit beury's seventh nineteen eighty. Andy was arrested at his home where he lived with his mother. He was arraigned. The following day for the murder of of Barbara Repulsa investigators were eager to close the case and if possible tie andy to the Doreen Leveque murder as well the similarities already so the two murders gave investigators hope that they now had the perpetrator of both crimes behind bars. Unfortunately any lingering hopes of a clean wrap-up up were soon shattered on the afternoon of February Eighth Nineteen Eighty Fall River police detective Alan Silvia got a a phone call from Karen Marsden whom he had become acquainted with about a week earlier he'd met her during his investigations at harbor terrace the apartment complex flex where he'd been interviewing sex workers in the Doreen Leveque case in their past interviews. Karen had only told him she was terrified of Carl drew. She regularly referred referred to him as the Devil at this point in the investigation. Sylvia knew nothing about Karen's interactions with state police detective Paul Fitzgerald it it had been back in December that she'd told Fitzgerald that Carl drew had killed two Doreen now she had called local police and made the same claims James in the few days Sylvia had known her Karen had begun expressing a growing fear of Robin Murphy as well as Carl drew she told Sylvia that several the months earlier Robert and taking her and another sex worker named Carol Fletcher to a remote spot in the deep woods outside of Fall River.

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"beury" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

14:35 min | 1 year ago

"beury" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Liberals crazy three hours a day, every day. The Sean Hannity show is back on the air. All right. Glad you're with us, and what is it? Twenty five till the top of the hour. Eight hundred four by the way, the numbers of worse than I thought I stand corrected. The, the daily caller, I guess they got these numbers TV by the numbers that, look, I don't come on the air every day and say, thank you for making the most of the number one show on cable. Maybe I should because it's just the reality when you work in radio and TV that you have to have beury's listeners to stay on the air. It's just a fact, because it at the end of the day, there's a business side to all of this, that you've got to keep those TV studios of really expensive to build that we work in, and same with these radio studios, and there's a lot that goes on in terms of engineering, and a lot of costs associated with it. And by the way, I'm not crying poverty for any of these people in, in TV radio. I think almost everybody's overpaid. And most of them are lazy. Overpaid pompous and full of themselves. That's why we never go to correspondents' dinners because we know who they are. And, you know, when you think of other know look I understand in baseball, look at baseball. How many guys can hit one hundred mile an hour fastball, not that many. I mean. I could sit there all day and I might get the bat on it. Maybe when I was younger, I'd get the bat on it. I played sports my whole life and there's only so many people that can, you know, that have the stamina the strength the ability to hit these three point shots, that are unbelievable hockey same thing pick the sport. The amount of time effort dedication that goes into being a professional. John is a friend of mine. He plays tennis. I mean, the guy served think is he now has the record who servings, some insane number of, like one hundred and fifty six miles an hour. I mean that's nuts. But, you know, you, you, you can't even tell if the ball is in or out because past you so fast. But you have, but I know from being friends with John is ner. All the work goes in behind the scenes, a lot of people think, oh, I can be a radio TV talk show host. Well, you can, but you're going to work harder behind the scenes and you're gonna work in front of the camera or front of a microphone, and that's why we're kind of very proud here on this program that we've been able, we always go our own way. We don't follow the media mob. I don't even like to see or watch these low rated shows in. We had Jim Kostas people literally harassing us to be on TV and radio. And I'm like, no, you're not coming on, you know, sixteen of the one hundred eighteen of the best radio station, six hundred and eighteen of the best radio stations in the country, and you're not coming on the number one show cable. Because you work at the lowest rated cable network, go sell your garbage, your psychotic rage against Trump, so on your own network. And for whatever reason it's like, well, you know what it is? He wants me to talk about them, wasting my time but he thinks I saw him one day. And if I did see him, I don't remember and if I did see him. I'm not sure what he expected that. I would go up to him and say. You're the biggest wire like in on a bus full of people. Apparently, that's not how I roll you wanna have a conversation with me. He could've come up to me and said, my name is Jim Acosta would have said, fake news. My name is Sean Hannity. Real news of whatever I would have said, you remember, by the way of Linda venture, if you went to Geraldo book, party member, I went to that because we love her, although he's great. He's awesome. And so, and remember I was there there's some guy from CNN? And so I'm walking in. I mean, there's a lot of 'paparazzi. I mean it's Geraldo of courses cameras everywhere. And, and by the way, God bless him. He's gonna celebrate view believe it fifty years in television. And he the work that he's done cumulatively over his career. And I know people take shots at a mall, Al Capone's, volt big deal or the fact that he beat the crap out of some skinheads and had a broken nose. I thought that was awesome. That Geraldo could. Throw down the way did anything that never bothered me. I thought it was great shows a very tough reporter. He was doing things live on camera way ahead of anybody else. Well, what he did I think some of his best work, and I actually told him I want to on his fiftieth year anniversary. I wanna do a one hour special I want to dedicate a big part of it. To what he did. There was a, a place in New York called willowbrook. And it was I don't know all the politically correct term for the people that are mentally challenged, and it was the most disgusting. Inhumane. I mean, the treatment would shock the conscience in Seoul of any decent human being. Because you had all of these. Wonderful human beings, that were literally sitting in rooms, you know, dozens and dozens of them naked urinating defecating, no love no medication. No, no cleanliness. I mean it was it was you can't even imagine that happened in America. He exposed the whole thing to the world and became twenty twenty s biggest star when that show went on the air, and he's had so much success over the years, and he deserves a lot more credit. I think that he ever gets. And I just want to be able to do that anyway. So ratings matter, audiences matter that's part of our job. And we try to do the show informative entertaining. And one of the things we really try to what we do to define ourselves and distinguish ourselves from other people, and whatever it is, they're doing every day is that we don't follow this media mob. Corrupt biased abusively biased journalism is dead media. I mean. They have spent. And this is no there's no hyperbole here. They have lied to you. They have well, not really you put his probably most of you have figured out a long time ago that they do lie. Most of the people in this audience have figured out that they don't tell the truth that they have a political agenda, and we now know that they ran with a hoax, they ran with conspiracy theories they ran with outright lies. They were hitting with excitement. I mean giddy with excitement over the notion in idea that they thought they would take down a duly elected president. Of course, of course, we're the smelly, WalMart people. Well, first of all, I like WalMart. I like hey mart I like target. I like all those stores. You know, COSCO's is like the most amazing place. Don't you like Costco's the best? And as Clark Howard, my friend down. Atlanta would say you can go into a consequence. He actually got his wedding engagement ring for his wife at Costco's. And it was very expensive, but he got a better deal. I mean, Neil and you know, Neil used always rub. Neil bortz would rub. You know, go after Clark all the time, but his Clark was smart with his money. That's anybody taught other people, how to be smart with their money anyway. So we all live and die by this system of, of ratings of cetera. And but I'm looking at this. I'm stunned. He had three point nine. This is Sunday night on a network. I work on cable TV. And that was, by the way, I didn't understand about Howard Stern, when we were fighting member Linda, we were fighting the idiot, Jimmy Kimmel when he made fun of Malania story to kids that I mean such a jerk and a jackass is nothing funny about it. You know, we have no problem with people making fun of us, or, or whatever I don't care. That's which doesn't exist to me, but he was just being a jackass and mean. And really, so here's the first lady literally helping kids and she speaks five languages. English is not her first language fifth. And like at the tender age of nineteen seventeen was out on her own earning money, and in a very tough business of modeling etcetera, etcetera. And that jackass is making fun of, you know, I'm not putting up with this crap. And then I started pulling out all his old little tactics that you would use on the man show, which, by the way in this politically, correct world that he another liberals helped create. I wasn't going to let him get away with it. And I remember I literally hashtag Disney, where he works every single day. Remember that, that was by design. I do indeed. And then, so he goes on Howard and I like Howard Stern Howard, Stern's started at the bottom Howard Stern is enormously successful smart entertaining. Funny inciteful, frankly world jealous, because he's the only guy that they can get away with saying what he wants to say, and I hate to even bringing anyone's attention, because then people will start paying attention. And say, oh, we he's so politically incorrect. He's funny because he's so politically incorrect. He's friends, I guess, with Kimball, but he's also been doing this for years. I mean he set the bar. Yeah. And this is what I didn't understand because stern knows ratings. He gets it. At least I thought he did. He's like, well, why are you fighting Hannity? He goes. I wouldn't waste my time fighting handy Hannity's on cable Hannity, you know, I mean, he'd probably would die to be on a network. Well, number one, and, you know, the story is absolutely true. Linda, I was offered jobs on networks. Big jobs, not lately, by the way. This goes back awhile, and I said, no way, I don't wanna be there. We get three times the amount of viewers, this idiot. His buddy Kimmel gets on any given night. No make no. I don't. I don't want to hand Trump voter. They don't understand the average American and what they want to watch. What Howard was a guy that always understood because he was a guy that grew up and literally like his movie private parts identify with because I did the same thing. I worked in this small market for free. Got my first professional radio job, okay? Nineteen grand a year. I was I was like him now. The weather we everyone starts radio. And you try to be the radio guy, and then eventually become yourself, hopefully at some point. And then you're, you're real, he and by the way, he doesn't, even do the sex crap that much anymore, does it? But it's not like it doesn't define show if you listen to it and, you know, he just talked about you the other day. Oh, yeah. What no no. Because a call a called in. I was listening on Sirius right? And he said something like I think he had just interviewed a Bill Maher, right? And they were talking about Bill Maher and the fact that I guess, Bill Maher, and I hate each, we hate each other crack, but they had a quick discussion about the fact that you had support a Bill Maher in the fact that, you know, yes, I did. And we have many times, support people that we do not agree with, because we observe their right to say what they want to say. How? But let me tell you. So your shot. No, no, no, this caller calls up and he goes all I really liked your interview with Bill Maher. How come you never interview? Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity and how it goes, I would love to interview Sean Hannity. Rush limbaugh. And he says he not remember I he was on my radio show. Oh, here remembers any but by then he did the TV show. And by the way, he's a phenomenal interview. He doesn't like to do interviews, like I don't like to do interview I hate to interrupt sick of doing interviews. I used to remember I used to get up a new these stupid morning shows the today show. Good Morning America. And that idiot show the view. Unlike I'm sitting there next to Rosie O'Donnell literally say it again we had to have an intervention. It was pretty dicey. I don't remember why I was going to do. I think it was going to do it as a favourite, Elizabeth Hasselbeck coastal as this was used to being too nice. And we all had to have a come to Jesus. And I said, no, no. But Howard worked his way up Howard played his dues, you know that all that stuff that he, he does you see in that movie his which was great. That was my life. You know, I was getting paid money when I got ready? I just knew whatever reason when the light comes on. I just go. And I just went from the first day I was on. And then I tried to Bob grant for a while. And just that's not my style, and then eventually fall into your own style, and you become yourself and you realize being yourself as the best person, that's where you can be anyway. But he sent to the kennel and shocked me. He's like, well Hannity probably just jealous that he's not on the network. Now, I just would say to Kimmel you need to ask biker question about me, and him and a conversation that we had about Jimmy. That's all I'm going to say on that. Should we pay like, like Erie music after this, or something, like don't don't know? But here's the deal. No, he, he his audience is miniscule and the same with co audience, and the same this drives me nuts and the same with. Fouls audience. I always like Leno. And everyone wanted to beat when killed in crush Letterman, Letterman, just became bitter nasty. He was at one point. He was great. They became all political, and just was he was becoming a pompous jerk and his new show that stupid beard of his got a beard. You didn't see that. No David Letterman, he does. Oh my gosh. You serious? You can't be that out of touch. Like you know, I'm I'm here..

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"beury" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"beury" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"So what mullet did was laid it out with? Thout commentary to the American people. I think most people can see that. Yes. Certainly is probable cause to believe that the president of struck did Justice not once not twice not three times. But over two handfuls of times, and it's pretty clear cars from what can you tell us about the possible date for Robert Muller's testimony to your committee? Well, that is still under investigation or excuse me, still under negotiation may fifteenth is a target date. But if that date is not the actual date that is arrived at I think, it should be at some point very soon thereafter. So I'm optimistic that the committee would be able to reach an agreement with Muller's representatives and Muller will testify, and if the president tries to keep him from testifying, then we'll go back through this. Process of subpoenaing Muller. And I don't think he will take the same attitude as bar has taken which has been to just be flippant in their response to legislative oversight at believed that Muller will respond, and it should be pretty easy to get him into the witness chair. And I'm looking forward to it. And I know that the American people are looking forward to it all your what would you be looking for in a Robert Mueller's testimony? What what would you want him to be asked? And what would you hope he would answer? I think I want to know some of the places where he didn't reach conclusions some of the places where he alighted hard questions where he said, you know, the nature of the constitutional question means, I can't address obstruction. So I would want to press on essentially on the places where we thought he would do more than he did. And he did not to and in many instances. We know why we? So for instance, the guidance the oil c- cut guidance played a huge part in his making a decision that he couldn't inundate a sitting president. But there are a lot of sections of the report where there's a lot of Merck. And I would like to know what he would have done absent the constraints that he felt that he was under. And I think that's a place. I would wanna press June one of the distinctions between the the attorney general Robert Muller is they attorney journal one out of his way to say when he was discussing the obstruction of Justice components of of the of the report to say that there was no underlying offense. There was no underlying crime that the attorney general's view that the president was trying to cover up and the Robert Muller makes it very clear that legally an underlying crime is not a necessary component of an obstruction of Justice charge. Could could you explain to beury's who I think would have trouble understanding how? Can you be guilty of obstruction of Justice? If there was no crime that you were trying to cover up. I'll give you an example, if the FBI serves me with a subpoena for my tax records, and they feel that I'm attack sheet or the IRS serves me a subpoena, and I am a an honest tax payer. But I'm just mad that they serve me what a subpoena, and then I instruct my accountant to burn all my records. I have obstructive Justice. Even though I didn't cheat on my taxes..

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"beury" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"beury" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"He's like one. Offensive weapon away from being a final four team. And there are people that have been in the final four this year. But there's a lack of consistency on the offense. So for them to win four games in a row against this type of competition. I don't see it because they're gonna have one of those games where they just ended up with fifty two points. And that's not going to be good enough. I know they're capable holding the other team to forty eight. But the other team especially a team like buffalo. In fact, that's what I have. I have Texas Tech getting past Kentucky. I would take the nurse in the points because it's too many points, fifteen points. But I think Buffalo's good enough to beat Texas Tech. They have that many weapons. It's going to be interesting because it's a total contrast in styles air buffalo wants to get up and down. Texas Tech was playing the fifty eight to sixty five range. Nevada and Florida. I'll tell you what Muslim. And I I mean, I know you're a good coach. But I have not been impressed with this team at all. In the second half of the season his team that you got out of the gate, and again, they didn't play anybody, non-conference wise. Really? I mean, they got the win against Loyola big deal loyal got knocked out last night by nine points in a NIT game the ramblers paled in comparison. They had a couple of guys back would be custard. They really missing from the final four team. We saw last year for sister, gene. Michigan in Montana Montana again being without one of their leading scorers and rebounders since the NFL beury's really crushed the grizzlies. But there were still good enough to take out the Big Sky and come back from guess about twelve thirteen down early on against eastern Washington down seven at the half. And I took them at the half. And they took care of business in a big way. So I think Florida's got to choose to beat Nevada. Michigan beat Montana. I think Florida if they can beat Nevada I think Florida has a chance to take out Michigan too. So we'll see how that pans out. I think buffalo is dangerous, and I really think Florida Florida's a team that nobody's talking about. Yes. They can go out first round in Nevada could beat them by twenty Florida's not knocking any other shots down. Because Florida has had some games where they've gone four or five six minutes getting the bucket, but if they're focused they play good defensively come from an SEC. That's the strongest that I've seen it in a long time. Now, I know van he could win a game. Bryce, drew lost his point guard early several teams. That were down. But you look at some of those other teams I mean miss makes the tournament. You know, Auburn Kentucky Tennessee, I mean, this is this is the strongest the SEC has been because when I say, you know. No. If you take the SEC against the field, you have a shot because you have to number two seeds in Tennessee and Kentucky, Marc Lawrence has both of them going to the final four, and then they would meet up against each other. So you would have a team from the SEC championship. If that's the way things truly workout. Sports X radio. If you're just joining live at Steiner's pub, Ken Thompson displaced will be jumping as will the other two Steiner's pub tomorrow Eighty-one, sixty eight Las Vegas boulevard, south of you're staying on the strip head down there. Twenty four hours gotta be twenty one and older. But if you're looking for something to eat late night, and a lot of the the restaurants on the strip, you know, you might find a, you know, a diner here Darren Christie, and I are diamond share owners as far as timeshare so you know, we went to the polo towers in, but you know, late at night to find something good. That's not bar food or just junk food. It's kind of tough. You got a few places a couple of cafes here and there, but you just cruise down to windmill Bosnias boulevard sow just tell them to go to Steiner's pub, get in there. Get that lamb chop advertiser..

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"beury" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"beury" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Their monthly science after hours event Tuesday evening and his KYW's. Hadas Kuznits reports that beury's theme is love then lust Adam Piazza adult program specialists at the Franklin institute science museum says in honor of the month of February science after hours this month focuses on Valentine's related seems. We're looking at a whole bunch of things related to love lust three production all of those topics, but we're also doing it in a very fun and silly way. In addition to outside specialists from Jefferson chop, Arcadia university is he says they'll also have in house programming. So we do have someone who will be conducting what's called the safety first game show with activities about myths and things that people may not know or weren't aware of science after hours is for folks over twenty one years old. So it's great is that you earned this atmosphere that when you were a kid, you knew museums fun. It can go right around two things. That's the same idea here. But now, there's no children here, and you get drink a daas Kuznetsov KYW NewsRadio about one point three million. Drones are registered with the FAA. And there's still no sure way to keep them from threatening air travel before you can operate an unmanned aerial vehicle commercially you have to take a test, but not if you buy your at the mall DJ major manufacturer of consumer drones requires buyers to take a quiz before they can unlock their new toys. But there's no guarantee they'll follow the rules. Once they start flying. A recent study reported by Forbes found that twenty one percent top the recommended altitude for flying and eight drones were detected within a mile of the center of the airport, and those were just carelessness there's also danger from drone operators who want to act maliciously. I'm Evan Haning. Now money news on KYW. Here's Bloomberg's Mark mills. Investors will be watching to see if some of the big food companies stock. Folks that got crushed on Friday can regain some ground Kraft Heinz plunged twenty seven percent after reporting disappointing earnings and writing off more than fifteen billion dollars in value of some of its top brands like craft and Oscar Mayer changing food tastes have been catching up with the company for several years. According to Bloomberg reporter, Craig g amona their brands were out of step things like Maxwell house, right people, just drink better coffee. Now, you're not gonna sell as much Maxwell house as you did in nineteen hundred five you're not going to sell as much Oscar Mayer as you did a nine hundred five despite them spending, you know, millions of dollars to make the hot dogs all naturals on the economic calendar. Today reports from the Federal Reserve banks in Chicago in Dallas on the earnings front will ear for more than forty companies including hurts at sea and shake shack diplomacy will be in the mix. This week has President Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong UN meet in Vietnam for their second summit with money. News from Bloomberg on KYW. I'm Mark mills. Thousands of lives are devastated by alcoholism and drug addiction every day. But they don't have to be getting the right help from the right team at the right time makes all the difference retreated. Lancaster county is a fully accredited drug and alcohol treatment facility dedicated.

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"beury" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"beury" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Market minute. Stock futures are edging higher as US and Chinese trade negotiators continue to work toward a deal. Stocks edged higher yesterday after the fed released minutes doing little to change views on the policy path by the central Bank, the benchmark S and P five hundred was up two tenths of a percent. The minutes reinforce that policymakers remain committed to a patient approach toward further rate hikes. But they haven't ruled them out if economic growth picks up the wandering earth China's second highest grossing film will be playing on Netflixing. The video streaming service did not release financial details or say when the scifi movie would be available, but did say the film will be translated into twenty eight languages as the movie is likely to resonate with beury's outside of China. Wandering earth tells the tale of an apocalyptic future where humans are trying to save earth by propelling it out of the solar system. Gina Cervetti, Bloomberg radio. News Radio nine twenty four seven FM seven forty six. Good morning. It's Thursday morning. February the twenty first run saint-pierre joined by John decker from Fox News in our nation's capital. Joan the president was dropping an ash can on Saturday Night Live over the weekend and NBC overall. Now, he's taking issue with the New York Times. Well, that's right. The New York Times out with a story claiming that the president was trying to get one of his allies to oversee an investigation happening up in for you down in New York City in the southern district of New York the investigation he wanted to be overseen by an ally is his who actually is the US attorney, but he's recused himself to according to the New York Times. ES Matthew Whitaker at the time. The acting attorney general to try to get this individual to essentially unrig themselves if that's possible the president tweeting that this is fake news. And when asked about it directly, he also denied that he made this move that's claimed by the New York Times. He's also the president going after California for what he's classifying is wasted federal dollars on what? Well, this is a high speed train. And this was something that California's plan for literally decades, a high-speed train they could travel from San Francisco to Los Angeles in a time that certainly not something you can do by car, obviously could beat it by taking an airplane. But it's a project that has been downscaled back by California's new governor, Gavin Newsom and Gavin Newsom made that announcement this week immediately. The transportation department announced that okay, you're scaling back the project we want the money that we've invested in the project back about two and a half billion dollars and Gavin Newsom. Putting out a statement saying, no, that's our money. And we're going to keep it. We're going to fight for it. So a little bit of back and forth going on right now between the governor of the nation's largest state and the president of the United States and not the first going back and forth between these two because didn't Newsom just pull national guard troops from the border. He did do that. And what it also did he do this week? Well, California's leading the way in that lawsuit. That's been filed by sixteen states against the president's national emergency declaration. So there's a lot of stuff going on behind the scenes and also not only behind the scenes, but in public between Gavin Newsom and President Trump. Okay. Jon decker from our nation's capital. Thanks, john. Thanks, a lot have a great day to seven forty eight house speaker Nancy Pelosi here, we go urging Democrats to help shut down the president's emergency declaration again. Not exactly stop. The presses moment is FOX's, Sean. Lynch jell house. Democrats are preparing a resolution of log President Trump's emergency declaration of funny, southwest border wall. With house speaker Nancy Pelosi promising to move the measure swiftly that legislation from Texas democrat Joaquin Castro is expected to be unveiled Friday democratic leaders. Haven't seen old when they would bring it up for vote. But the Bill is expected to pass the house and in the Senate main GOP Senator. Susan Collins says she would support it. However, a top White House adviser has signaled President Trump is prepared to be the first veto of his presidency. If congress approves the resolution in Washington, Shawn lane, Fox News, seven forty nine. The editor in chief of USA today is apologizing for publishing a black face photo of her college yearbook thirty years ago, Nicole Carroll made the apology in a column on the newspaper's website last night, Carol explaining that the photo in the Zona state university yearbook for nineteen eighty eight eighty nine was recently brought to her attention photo from a Halloween party showed to white people dressed as Mike Tyson. And Robin givens Carol called the photo horrible and said that it should not have been published. She wrote, quote, I'm sorry for the hurt I caused back then and the hurt that it'll cost today. Carol noted that journalists must hold themselves countable as they do others. And it's also important to call herself out for poor judgment. She said, so my bad says the USA today editor in chief seven fifty news. Radio nine twenty one zero four.

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"beury" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"beury" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"The only thing you can say is because this is the clearest case linking Donald Trump to an crime that cannot be evaded. It isn't. Well, he had the power to fire Komi that's within his constitutional rights. This was a straight out obstruction of Justice, William Barron. His testimony said to Senator closure. Yes. It would be obstruction of Justice by the president or any other person. So this is one where he might want to say, hey, don't rush into impeachment hearings. Just let's wait and see what happens. I think it's going to make it much more interesting on. Beury's seventh to listen to cone and the latitude his given I don't think this relates directly to Russia. And so that to the extent that Muller has said, I don't want you testifying about Russia and that Congress's agreed to limit it. This is about obstruction of Justice. It's about Subir nation of perjury about telling someone to lie that was an impeachable offense for Richard Nixon would have been indictable offence. But we chose during Watergate to use the impeachment route rather than trying to go ahead with an indictment. So it's going to be very interesting to see whether he can testify in this subject. I'll be waiting with baited breath to hear what he says Cynthia. I guess the question this raises it in Djilas is getting it at the broader sort of political context of the reaction today before the special counsel weighed in and that was you had democratic members of congress impart reacting to that reporting raising the specter of impeachment. The fact that Democrats now. Control the house now can instigate impeachment proceedings now can theoretically react to a news report like this or any other news report in go in that direction. Do you think that will affect the special counsel's office at all in terms of its public facing activities? Will we hear more in general from molar given that the Democrats are now in position to react and respond from an impeachment standpoint to any explosive reporting that's out there. Well, you know, what I think the explosive reporting which got people talking about impeachment in this case did affect the desire by Miller to to shoot this down. But I wouldn't predict that you're going to see more of that. I really don't. But there are some big issues that are still raised here that we know are outstanding what has to do with Cohen's testimony. And to me one of the biggest is that he circulated his testimony at the White House before he testified, and that went to some lawyers associated with the White House. Don, Magana said it wasn't him. But, but apparently it went to some lawyers, and that's going to be an interesting thing on the February seven testimony because if those lawyers knew that what he was saying wasn't true. They're going to have some exposure. And that is a very big deal looking down the pike as well. As we also know or we think we know that Muller asked Trump did. Talk with Cohen about your testimony or Felix sater's about the the Trump Tower deal, and who else were you discussing this with and he asked him that in his written testimony has the take home testimony take home tests, and that will also come out is gonna come out in the next couple of weeks at everything has to do with this Trump Tower, Cynthia ni Jill wine, banks. Thank you both for being with us in coming up. President Trump promising a major announcement on the shutdown two more. Will it be enough to end the stalemate and get those of furloughed workers much-needed paychecks? Reporters are hearing from inside the White House tonight. When you eleventh hour continues..

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"beury" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"beury" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world. I'm George Noory. Welcome to coast to coast AM later on tonight. We'll talk a little bit about karma. Here's what's happening. A lot of people were hoping that the new year would be a fresh start and not replicate. The insane number celebrities who died in two thousand eighteen well, unfortunately, things aren't going nearly as they had hoped. January. Second of this year has been an incredibly hard day with which to deal with three well known celebrities passed away on Wednesday. And that's a lot for any day. But things were a little strange as all three of them were the exact same age seventy six early on Wednesday. The legendary WWE interviewer mean, gene, Oakland passed away a few hours later, it was revealed that the actor in comedian Bob Einstein also known as super Dave had died. And then we found out that captain Daryl dragon of the singing group, captain Antonio has also passed away. Geez. Well, the challenge was inspired by the new thrillers plot the success of net. Flicks bird box movie has led not only to dozens of mimes, but also a viral social media challenge. The streaming company is now issued a warning to beury's taking part in the so-called bird box challenge in which people are called to do everyday tasks blindfolded. The new challenge was inspired by the thrillers plot which takes on this apocalyptic world where people need to wear blindfolds to block the outside world and prevent themselves from being possessed by demons that flexes saying folks, don't do this. President Donald Trump has shrugged off a stinging personal attack on his presidency from fellow Republican Mitt Romney, Mr. Rodney who stood and lost the Republicans against Barack Obama in two thousand twelve suggested it an article that Mr. Trump was not fit to be president. Mr. Trump had not risen to the mantle. He said and the Washington Post, let's check in with John Curtis. Online columnists dot com. What's Mitt Romney upset about the John? Well. Mirror. Somebody who is not used to being part one of one hundred. And now he's going into you know, the US Senate as the freshman junior Senator from Utah get sworn in in the morning is getting. So George this is a case of somebody who is cannot tolerate not being the center of attention. So he's, you know, reprising his critique of Trump that he didn't. I don't know if you remember that press conference he gave in Salt Lake City in which he called Trump a fraud and a phony and criticized his Trump university saying that your campaign problem promises worth as good as his degrees from Trump university, which means the repair were worthless. So Romney is you know, I mean, really rocking the boat. The current chairwoman of the Republican National Committee is actually his niece essentially said today, this is really not helpful. You're joining the, you know, the the most extreme liberal hateful. Jeff Bezos owned publication that spews this kind of hateful rhetoric. Toward Trump on a daily basis, and he's completely sucked into this. And yet at the end of the day when Romney was getting all the backlash backfired on them. Then comes out with a statement says he one hundred percent supports Trump's attempt to to get border wall funding and the current impasse as we all know with Nancy Pelosi. Engaging in charade tomorrow with a bills that will never make it to the floor of the US Senate to reopen the Senate without giving a Trump a plug nickel basically for border funding is a no go from the start. And now Romney saying he supports, you know, Trump's attempt to get his border wall funding from the Democrats. So I think it's all part of the great watching, you know, theater and hysteria that goes on. But really speaks volumes about Romney needing to make a splash when he goes in tomorrow. So he's not absorbed as a another just one out of one hundred senators the intrigue John Curtis columnists dot com. Twenty eight bodies have been recovered from the debris of an apartment block and Russia that partially collapsed in an apparent explosion while thirteen people there still remain unaccounted for. They don't build buildings like we do by the way. Just moments ago. China's successfully landed a spacecraft on the far side of the moon tonight becoming the first country to ever land on the side of the moon that faces away from earth. It's a tremendous accomplishment Howard Lomas with us. I wanna get Howard's reaction to this. This is something Howard major, but has a major meaning for you. And me for the first time ever humans have landed a rubber on the far side of the moon. But the people who've achieved this I are not Americans. They are Chinese which means one simple thing. There is a new great space race. And it's a race for ownership of the twenty first century. It's racist. See whether this'll be the second American century or the first Chinese century. The Chinese mission is far smaller than America's programs of Rovers and satellites on Mars, and it's not as far out as our probe of ultimate Suli, which delivered pictures just yesterday from four billion miles away. But people around the world have grown accustomed to America's chievements. The Chinese get more attention when they pull off Guinness Book of records. I and the first side of the moon is one of those first what's more Chinese moon? Mission is more sophisticated than you might think. It's based on four elements to microsatellites relay satellite in a parking lot in space called LaGrange point to a Lander called trying e four and a Rover with seven cameras and scientific instruments including instruments were finding water and for testing the ability to grow plants that's food on the moon despite the astonishing feats of our robotic space program. The Chinese have a big advantage where counts and putting humans in the space.

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"beury" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:57 min | 2 years ago

"beury" Discussed on KGO 810

"The west good morning. Good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world on George Noory. Welcome to coast to coast AM later on tonight. We'll talk a little bit about karma. Here's what's happening. A lot of people were hoping that the new year would be a fresh start and not replicate. The insane number celebrities who died in two thousand eighteen well, unfortunately, things aren't going nearly as they had hoped to January second of this year has been an incredibly hard day with which to deal with three well known celebrities passed away on Wednesday. And that's a lot for any day. But things were a little strange as all three of them were the exact same age seventy six early on Wednesday. The legendary w we interviewer mean, gene, Oakland passed away a few hours later, it was revealed that the actor in comedian Bob Einstein also known as super Dave had died. And then we found out that captain Daryl dragon of this singing group captain and to has also passed away. Geez. Now, the challenge was inspired by the new thrillers plot, the success of Netflixing bird box movie has led not only to dozens of mimes, but also a viral social media challenge. The streaming companies now issued a warning to beury's taking part in the so-called bird box challenge in which people are called to do everyday tasks blindfolded. The new challenge was inspired by the thrillers plot which takes on this apocalyptic world where people need to wear blindfolds to block the outside world and prevent themselves from being possessed by demons net. Flicks is saying folks, don't do this President Donald Trump is shrugged off a stinging personal attack on his presidency from fellow Republican Mitt Romney, Mr. Romney who stood and lost the Republicans against Barack Obama in two thousand twelve suggested at an article that Mr. Trump was. Not fit to be president. Mr. Trump had not risen to the mantle. He said in the Washington Post. Let's check in with John Curtis. Online columnists dot com. What's Mitt Romney upset about the John? Well, you minute somebody who is not used to being part one of one hundred. And now he's going into you know, the US Senate as the freshman junior. Senator from Utah gets sworn in in the morning is about getting sworn in so George this is a case of somebody who is cannot tolerate not being the center of attention. So he's, you know, reprising his critique of Trump that he didn't. I don't know if you remember that press conference, he gave in Salt Lake City in what she called Trump fraud and a phony and criticized his Trump university saying that just campaign problem promises were not as good as just degrees from Trump university, which means the they were worthless. So Romney is you know, I mean, really rocking the boat. The current chairwoman of the Republican National Committee is actually his knee. Piece essentially said today, it this is really not helpful. You're joining the, you know, the the most extreme liberal hateful. Jeff Bezos owned publication that spews this kind of hateful rhetoric toward Trump on a daily basis, and he's completely sucked into this. And yet at the end of the day when Romney was getting you know, all the backlash. This backfired on them. Then comes out with a statement says he one hundred percent supports Trump's camp to to get border wall funding and the current impasse as we all know with Nancy Pelosi. You know, engaging in charade tomorrow with a bills that will never make it to the floor of the US Senate to reopen the Senate without giving a Trump a plug nickel, basically for border funding is a no-go from the start and now balmy saying he supports, you know, Trump's attempt to get his border wall funding from the Democrats. So I think it's all part of the great watching, you know, theater and hysteria that goes on. But really speaks volumes about Romney needing to make a splash when he goes into Morrow. So he's not absorbed as a another just one out of Donald senators saw the intrigue John Curtis columnist dot com. Twenty eight bodies have been recovered from the debris of an apartment block and Russia that partially collapsed in an apparent explosion while thirteen people there still remain unaccounted for. They don't build buildings like we do by the way. Just moments ago. China successfully landed a spacecraft on the far side of the moon tonight becoming the first country to ever land on the side of the moon that faces away from earth. It's a tremendous accomplishment Howard Lomas with us. I wanna get Howard's reaction to this. This is something Howard major, but they have a major meaning for you. And me for the first time ever humans of landed. A rubber on the far side of the moon. But the people who've achieved this I are not Americans. They are Chinese which means one simple thing. There is a new great space race. And they'd say race for ownership of the twenty first century. It's racist. See whether this will be the second American century or the first Chinese century. Chinese mission is far smaller than America's programs of Rovers the satellites on Mars, and it's not as far out as our probe of ultimate Suli, which delivered pictures just yesterday from four billion miles away. But people around the world have grown accustomed to America's achievements. The Chinese get more attention when they pull off Guinness Book of records. I and the first side of the moon is one of those first what's more Chinese moon? Mission is more sophisticated than you might think. It's based on four elements to microsatellites relay satellite on a parking lot and space called LaGrange point to a Lander called Chung e four and a Rover with seven cameras and scientific instruments including instruments were finding water and for testing the ability to grow plants that's food on the moon despite the astonishing feats of our robotic space program. The Chinese have a big advantage where it counts and putting humans in the space, the live love and labor. The Chinese have a detailed methodical funded program to set up a permanent human habitation research station, the first hamlet or village on the moon, then they plan to do the same for marriage. Now believe it or not America has no program to put a permanent habitation on the moon. And we have no actual Mars program. We have pretty pictures from NASA. But no real programs is zero funding instead of concentrating on permanently inhabiting, the moon, America's money is being diverted into a boondoggle for the big aerospace companies called the lunar gateway allure gateway as a mini space station that would orbit the moon, but it would have no purpose zero experts like former NASA had Mike Griffin. Call it stupid even worse. It would leave no money. And then ask the budget land people on the moon. Watch to set up a pup tender Quonsett mode home setting on the moon is far more crucial than you might think. The Cheney landing is the beginning of what's face expert. Dennis wingo calls a rush space will soon be what California was in the eighteen forty eight gold rush. What the internet was in the nineteen nineties and early two thousands of vast new landscape in which companies that follow the example of Amazon, Google, we'll get rich the moon is Laden with the space equivalent of gold. That's based gold is water. Water can be used for rocket fuel for breathable oxygen for drinking. It is invaluable. In space with fuel from the moon, you'll be able to travel anywhere in the solar system and you'll be able to breathe drink race plan. Raise plants while us zip around trying to force landing site is strategic. It's critical eight mile wide deep crater or the eight mile deep crater, the deepest crater in the solar system, but warned portent it's located near the moon, south pole. That's where experts believe the moon's greatest concentrations of water located and there's more the space academy in thirty years is estimated it'd be worth three trillion dollars a year that's more than the gross domestic product of Britain. Or India like jeopardy is awesome. Bill gates. The entrepreneurs have got him. I and built out there capabilities people who do that. We'll be the rich men and women of the mid twenty first century, if they get involved in space and the country that gets in first and builds the most amazing infrastructure will planet earth. So it's your job and mine to make sure that country is the United States of America. Good report. Howard. Thanks, just pretty remarkable China on the far. Side of the moon. A mysterious on dented flying object has been spotted over South Carolina's Kiawah island during the Christmas holiday prompting speculation about what the object might be. The video was posted on YouTube. We've got the story for you in the highlight reel at coast to coast, AM dot com. If you get a minute, go take a look if you're resolved to meditate or exercise this year and follow through with it. You might reduce your chance of getting a cold or the flu. According to a new study, the study divided three hundred ninety adults in the three groups one group took an eight week meditation class, another group took an eight week exercise class, then the third did neither all receive flu shots, and you know, what those who meditated and exercised they did well about that speaking of doing well, we've got some tips for.

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"beury" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

09:54 min | 2 years ago

"beury" Discussed on WRVA

"You may be across the nation around the world. I'm George Noory. Welcome to coast to coast AM later on tonight. We'll talk a little bit about karma. Here's what's happening. A lot of people were hoping that the new year would be a fresh start and not replicate. The insane number celebrities who died in two thousand eighteen well, unfortunately, things aren't going nearly as they had hoped in January second this year has been an incredibly hard day with which to deal with three well known celebrities passed away on Wednesday, and that's a lot for any day. But things were a little strange is all three of them were the exact same age seventy six early on Wednesday. The legendary WWE interviewer mean, gene Oakland passed away. A few hours later it was revealed that the actor in comedian Bob Einstein also known as super Dave had died. And then we found out that captain Daryl dragon of the singing group, captain Antonio has also passed away cheese. All the challenge was inspired by the new thrillers plot the success of net flicks bird box movie. Has led not only dozens of mimes, but also a viral social media challenge. The streaming company is now we should a warning to beury's taking part in the so-called bird box challenge in which people are called to do everyday tasks blindfolded. The new challenge was inspired by the thrillers plot which takes on this apocalyptic world where people need to wear blindfolds to block the outside world and prevent themselves from being possessed by demons net that flexes saying folks, don't do this. President Donald Trump has shrugged off a stinging personal attack on his presidency from fellow Republican Mitt Romney, Mr. Romney who stood and lost her the Republicans against Barack Obama in two thousand twelve suggested it an article that Mr. Trump was not fit to be president. Mr. Trump had not risen to the mantle. He said in the Washington Post. Let's check in with John Curtis. Online columnists dot com. What's Mitt Romney upset about the John? Well, or somebody who is not used to being part one of one hundred and now he's going into you know, the US Senate as the freshman junior. Senator from Utah gets sworn in in the morning. So George this is a case of somebody who cannot tolerate not being the center of attention. So he's, you know, reprising his critique of Trump that he didn't. I don't know if you remember that press conference, he gave it is Salt Lake City in what she called Trump a fraud and a phony and criticized as Trump university saying that his campaign problem promises were not as good as his degrees from Trump university, which means the they were worthless. So Romney is you know, I mean, really rocking the boat. The current chairwoman of the Republican National Committee is actually his niece essentially said today, this is really not helpful. You're joining the, you know, the the most extreme liberal hateful. Jeff Bezos owned, you know, publication that spews this kind of hateful. Rhetoric toward Trump on a daily basis, and he's completely sucked into this. And yet at the end of the day when Romney was getting you know, all this backlash. This backfired on them then comes out with a statement says he one hundred percent supports Trump's camp to to get border wall funding and the current impasse as we all know with Nancy Pelosi. You know, gauging and charade tomorrow with a bills that will never make it to the floor of the US Senate to reopen the Senate without giving a Trump a plug nickel basically for border funding is a no go from the start. And now Romney saying he supports, you know, Trump's attempt to get his border wall funding from the democrat. So I think it's all part of the great watching, you know, theater and hysteria that goes on. But really speaks volumes about Romney needing to make a splash when he goes into Morrow. So he's not absorbed as a I never just one out of one hundred senators the intrigue John Curtis columnist dot com. Twenty eight bodies have been recovered from the debris of an apartment block and Russia that partially collapsed in an apparent explosion while thirteen people there still remain unaccounted for. I don't Bill buildings like we do by the way. Just moments ago. China's successfully landed a spacecraft on the far side of the moon tonight becoming the first country to ever land on the side of the moon that faces away from earth. It's a tremendous accomplishment. Howard bloom is with us. I wanna get Howard's reaction to this. This is something Howard major, but has a major meaning for you. And me for the first time ever humans of landed. A rubber on the far side of the moon. But the people who've achieved this I are not Americans. They are Chinese which means one simple thing. There is a new rate space race. And it's a race for ownership of the twenty first century. It's racist. See whether this will be the second American century or the first Chinese century. The Chinese mission is far smaller than America's programs of Rovers and satellites on Mars, and it's not as far out as our probe of ultimate Suli, which delivered pictures just yesterday from four billion miles away. But people around the world have grown accustomed to America's shave. The Chinese get more attention when they pull off Guinness Book of records. I and the first side of the moon is one of those first what's more Chinese moon? Mission is more sophisticated than you might think. It's based on four elements to microsatellites relay satellite on a parking lot space called LaGrange point to a Lander called Chung e four and a Rover with seven cameras and scientific instruments including instruments were finding war and for testing ability to grow plants that's food on the moon despite the astonishing feats of our robotic space program. The Chinese have a big advantage work counts and putting humans in the space to live love and labor. The Chinese have a detailed methodical funded program to set up a permanent human habitation research station, the first hamlet or village on the moon, then they plan to do the same for marriage. Now believe it or not America has no program to put a permanent habitation on the moon. And we have no actual Mars program. We have pretty pictures from. Nasa. But no real programs is zero funding instead of concentrating permanently inhabiting, the moon, America's money is being diverted into a boondoggle for the big aerospace companies called the lunar gateway Lura gateway as a mini space station that would orbit the moon, but it would have no purpose zero experts like former NASA had Mike Griffin. Call it. Stupid even worse. It would leave no money. And then ask the budgets land people on the Mon much less to set up. A pup tent or Quonset hut on the mode home. Standing on the moon is far more crucial than you might think. The Cheney landing is the beginning of what space expert, Dennis wingo. Calls a moon. Rush space will soon be what California was in the eighteen forty eight gold rush. What the internet was in the nineteen nineties early two thousands of vast landscape in which pioneering companies that follow the example of Amazon and Google we'll get rich. The moon is labor with space equivalent of gold. That's based gold is water. Water can be used for rocket fuel for breathable oxygen for drinking. It is in Val. Valuable in space with fuel from the wound. You'll be able to travel anywhere in the solar system, and you'll be able to breathe drink raise plan raise plants while us around China's trying e four's landing site is strategic. It's critical eight mile wide deep crater or the eight mile deep crater, the deepest crater in the solar system, but warned portent it's located near the Meuse south pole. That's where experts believe the moon's greatest concentration is a water located. And there's more the space economy. Thirty years is estimated it'd be worth three trillion dollars a year that's more than the gross domestic product of Britain. Or India like jeopardy is Bill Gates. The entrepreneurs who got him I and built out their capabilities people who do that. We'll be the rich men and women of the mid twenty first century, if they get involved in space and the country that gets in first and builds the most amazing infrastructure will rule planet earth. So it's your job and mine to make sure that country is the United States of America report Howard. Thanks, just pretty remarkable China on the farm. Side of the moon, a mysterious unidentified flying object has been spotted over South Carolina's Kiawah island during the Christmas holiday prompting speculation about what the object might be. The video was posted on YouTube. We've got the story for you in the highlight reel at coast to coast, AM dot com. If you get a minute, go take a look resolved to meditate or exercise this year and follow through with it. You might reduce your chance of getting a cold or the flu. According to a new study the study divided three hundred ninety adults in the three groups one group took an eight week meditation class another group took an eight week exercise class than the third did neither all received flu shots. And you know, what those who meditated an exercised they did well about that speaking of doing. Well, we've got some tips for you.

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"beury" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"beury" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"January. Second of this year has been an incredibly hard day with which to deal with three well known celebrities passed away on Wednesday. And that's a lot for any day. But things were a little strange all three of them were the exact same age seventy six early on Wednesday. The legendary WWE interviewer mean, gene, Oakland passed away a few hours later, it was revealed that the actor in comedian Bob Einstein also known as super Dave had died. And then we found out that captain Daryl dragon of the singing group, captain Antonio has also passed away. Jeez. Well, the challenge was inspired by the new thrillers plot the success of Netflix bird box movie. Has led not only to dozens of mimes, but also a viral social media challenge. The streaming company is now we should a warning to beury's taking part in the so-called bird box challenge in which people are called to do everyday tasks blindfolded new challenge was inspired by the thrillers plot which takes on this apocalyptic world where people need to wear blindfolds to block the outside world and prevent themselves from being possessed by demons net. That is saying folks don't do this. President Donald Trump has shrugged off a stinging personal attack on his presidency from fellow Republican Mitt Romney, Mr. Rodney who stood and lost for the Republicans against Barack Obama in two thousand twelve suggested it an article that Mr. Trump was not fit to be president. Mr. Trump had not risen to the mantle. He said in the Washington Post. Let's check in with John Curtis. Online columnists dot com. What's Mitt Romney upset about the John well mirror? Somebody who is not used to being part one of one hundred and now he's going into the US Senate as the freshman junior. Senator from Utah gets sworn in in the morning is getting so George this is a case of somebody who cannot tolerate not being the center of attention. So he's you know, reprising his critique of trumpeting did it. I don't know if you remember that press conference, he gave in Salt Lake City in what you call Trump a fraud and a phony and criticized Trump university saying that just campaign problem promises were not as good as his degrees from Trump university, which went through they're worthless. So Romney is you know, I mean, really rocking. Both the current chairwoman of the Republican National Committee is actually his. Niece essentially said today, it this is really not helpful. You're joining the, you know, the the most extreme liberal hateful. Jeff Bezos owned publication that spews this kind of hateful rhetoric toward Trump on a daily basis, and he's completely sucked into this. And yet at the end of the day when Romney was getting you know, all this. There's backlash this backfired on him. Then comes out with a statement says he one hundred percent supports Trump's champ to to get border wall funding and the current impasse as we all know with Nancy Pelosi. You know, engaging in charade tomorrow with a bills that will never make it to the floor of the US Senate to reopen the Senate without giving a Trump a plug nickel basically for border funding is a no go from the start. And now Romney saying he supports, you know, Trump's attempt to get here's border wall funding from the democrat. So I think it's all part of the great watching, you know, theater and hysteria that goes on. But really speaks volumes about Romney needing to make a splash when he goes in tomorrow. So he's not absorbed as a another just one out of one hundred senators saw the intrigue John Curtis columnist dot com. Twenty eight bodies have been recovered from the debris of an apartment block and Russia that partially collapsed in an apparent explosion while thirteen people there still remain unaccounted for Leno Bill buildings. Like we do by the way. Just moments ago. China successfully landed a spacecraft on the far side of the moon tonight becoming the first country ever land on the side of the moon that faces away from earth. It's a tremendous accomplishment. Howard Bloem is with us. I wanna get Howard's reaction to this. This is something Howard major, but has a major meaning for you. And me for the first time ever humans have landed a rubber on the far side of the moon. But the people who've achieved this I are not Americans. They are Chinese which means one simple thing. There is a new rate space race. And it's a race for ownership of the twenty first century. It's a race to see whether this'll be the second American century or the first Chinese century. The Chinese mission is far smaller than America's programs of Rovers satellites on Mars, and it's not as far out as our probe of ultimate Suli, which delivered pictures just yesterday from four billion miles away. But people around the world have grown accustomed to America's achievements. The Chinese get more attention when they pull off Guinness Book of records. I and the first side of the moon is one of those first what's more Chinese moon? Mission is more sophisticated than you might think. It's based on four elements to microsatellites they relay satellite parking lot space called LaGrange point to a Lander called Chung-Hee four and a Rover with seven cameras and scientific instruments including instruments were finding water and for testing the ability to grow plants that's food on the moon despite the astonishing feats of our robotic space program. The Chinese have a big advantage work counts and putting humans in the space to live love and labor. The Chinese have a detailed methodical funded program to set up a permanent human habitation research station, the first hamlet or village on the moon, then they plan to do the same for marriage. Now believe it or not America has no program to put a permanent habitation on the moon. And we have no actual Mars program. We have pretty pictures from NASA. But no real programs zero funding instead of concentrating on permanently inhabiting, the moon, America's money is being diverted into a boondoggle for the big aerospace companies called the lunar gateway. Allure gateway is a mini space station that would orbit the moon, but it would have no purpose zero experts like former NASA had Mike Griffin. Call it. Stupid even worse. It would leave no money and then ask the budget to land people on the Mon much less to set up. A pup tent or Quonset hut on the mode home setting on the moon is far more crucial than you might think. Cheney landing is the beginning of what's face expert? Dennis lingo halls a moon. Rush space will soon be what California was in the eighteen forty eight gold rush. What the internet was in the nineteen nineties and early two thousands of vast landscape in which pioneering companies that follow the example of Amazon and Google we'll get rich the moon is leaving with the space equivalent of gold. That's based gold is water. Water can be used for rocket fuel for breathable oxygen. For granting. It is.

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"beury" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"beury" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"I'm George Noory. Welcome to coast to coast AM later on tonight. We'll talk a little bit about karma. Here's what's happening. A lot of people were hoping that the new year would be a fresh start and not replicate. The insane number celebrities who died in two thousand eighteen well, unfortunately, things aren't going nearly as they had hoped in January. Second of this year has been an incredibly hard day with which to deal with three well known celebrities passed away on Wednesday. And that's a lot for any day. But things were a little strange as all three of them were the exact same age seventy six early on Wednesday. The legendary WWE interviewer mean, gene, Oakland passed away a few hours later, it was revealed that the actor in comedian Bob Einstein also known as super Dave had died. And then we found out that captain Daryl dragon of this singing group, captain and Antonio has also passed away cheese. Well, the challenge was inspired by the new thrillers plot the success of net. Flicks bird box movie has led not only to dozens of mimes, but also a viral social media challenge. The streaming company is now issued a warning to beury's taking part in the so-called bird box challenge in which people are called to do everyday tasks blindfolded. The new challenge was inspired by the thrillers plot which takes on this apocalyptic world where people need to wear blindfolds to block the outside world and prevent themselves from being possessed by demons net. Flicks is saying folks, don't do this President Donald Trump is shrugged off a stinging personal attack on his presidency from fellow Republican Mitt Romney, Mr. Ronnie who stood and lost her the Republicans against Barack Obama in two thousand twelve suggested it an article that Mr. Trump was. Not fit to be president. Mr. Trump had not risen to the mantle. He said in the Washington Post. Let's check in with John Curtis. Online columnists dot com. What's Mitt Romney upset about the John? Well. Or somebody who is not used to being part one of one hundred and now he's going into the US Senate as the freshman junior. Senator from Utah gets sworn in in the morning. So George this is a case of somebody who cannot tolerate not being the center of attention. So he's, you know, reprising his critique of Trump. He didn't I don't know if you remember that press conference, he gave in Salt Lake City in what she called trumpet fraud and a phony and criticized his Trump university saying that his campaign problem promises were about as good as his degrees from Trump university, which went through there were worthless. So Romney is you know, I mean really rocking about the current chairwoman of the Republican National Committee is actually his niece essentially said today, this is really not helpful. You're joining the, you know, the the most extreme liberal hateful. Jeff Bezos owned publication that skews this kind of hateful. Rhetoric toward Trump on a daily basis, and he's completely sucked into this. And yet at the end of the day when Romney was getting you know, all this. Backlash. This backfired on them. Then comes out. With a statement says he one hundred percent supports Trump's champ to to get border wall funding and the current impasse as we all know with Nancy Pelosi engaging in charade tomorrow with a bills that will never make it to the floor of the US Senate to reopen the Senate without giving a Trump a plug nickel basically for border funding is a no go from the start. And now Romney saying he supports, you know, Trump's attempt to get his border wall funding from the Democrats. So I think it's all part of the great watching, you know, theater and hysteria that goes on. But really speaks volumes about Romney needing to make a splash when he goes in tomorrow. So he's not absorbed as a another just one out of one hundred senators the intrigue John Curtis. Columnists dot com. Eight bodies have been recovered from the debris of an apartment block and Russia that partially collapsed in an apparent explosion while thirteen people there still remain unaccounted for they don't build buildings like we do by the way just moments ago. China successfully landed a spacecraft on the far side of the moon tonight becoming the first country to ever land on the side of the moon that faces away from earth. It's a tremendous accomplishment. Howard bloom is with us. I wanna get Howard's reaction to this. This is something Howard major, but they have a major meaning for you. And me for the first time ever humans of landed. A rubber on the far side of the moon. But the people who've achieved this I are not Americans. They are Chinese which means one simple thing. There is a new great space race. And it's a race for ownership of the twenty first century. It's racist. See whether this will be the second American century or the first Chinese century. The Chinese mission is far smaller than America's pro. Grams of Rovers and satellites on Mars, and it's not as for out as our probe of ultimate Suli, which delivered pictures just yesterday from four billion miles away. But people around the world have grown accustomed to America's shave the Chinese get more attention when they pull off Guinness records. I and the first side of the moon is one of those first what's more Chinese moon? Mission is more sophisticated than you might think. It's based on four elements to microsatellites relay satellite on a parking lot space called LaGrange point to a Lander called Chung e four and a Rover with seven cameras and scientific instruments including instruments were finding water and for testing the ability to grow plants that's food on the moon despite the astonishing feats of our robotic space program. The Chinese have a big advantage where it counts and putting humans in the space, the live love and labor. The Chinese have a detailed methodical funded program to set up a permanent human habitation research station, the first hamlet or. Village on the moon, then they plan to do the same for marriage. Now believe it or not America has no program to put a permanent habitation on the moon. And we have no actual Mars program. We have pretty pictures from NASA, but no real programs zero funding instead of concentrating on permanently inhabiting, the moon, America's money is being diverted into a boondoggle for the big aerospace companies called the lunar gateway gateway is a mini space station that would orbit the moon, but it would have no purpose zero experts like former NASA had Mike Griffin. Call it. Stupid even worse. It would leave no money and then ask the budget to land people on the Mon watch less to set up. A pup tender Quonset hut on the mode home sitting on the moon is far more crucial than you might think. The Cheney landing is the beginning of what's face expert. Dennis wingo. Calls a moon. Rush space will soon be what California was in the eighteen forty eight gold rush. What the internet was in the nineteen nineties and early two thousands of vast new landscape in which. Pioneering companies that follow the example of Amazon and Google we'll get rich. The moon is labor with the space equivalent of gold. That's space..

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"beury" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"beury" Discussed on Before the Millions

"Sister. They're looking to start a smart business. They're looking to know just find a way to help other people in in this day and age the best way to get your information out through the best way to to teach people the best way, but soy to produce any type of contents. This is video. I mean, quite frankly is video like the taking over you think about Facebook. You think about Instagram you think about all the social media platforms ws, they're highly highly highly. No looking for more video content. They're pushing that to the top s what they want. That's what more of the beury's s what more of the listeners want. So why should a real estate investor realistic coach business coach entrepreneur incorporate video marketing or video into their marketing strategy in general, well, you touched on the major reason, which is if the success of your business depends abundant gauging influencing connecting with an online audience. Then you've got to start thinking about video because in the wild west days of the internet. Everything was kind of new end there were no huge players yet. Now, it's becoming oligarchy Google one side Facebook on the other the kind of control the internet in some ways, non oversimplifying. But so and they both love video. And the reason they loved video is because he will spend more time on a platform watching videos, so Google favor. A website in the tricks in the ratings give it has video on it. Facebook is. Giving very much free reach anymore. And that means so they used to share posts and things without having to pay for it. But they're not doing that very much humour you had to pay to play for the most part now, but video Facebook live is kinda still a little bit of exception to that rule. You get a little more juice from down without having to pay much. If you're doing video consistently to those are the business, he kind of reach reasons, but my favorite reason is because the key to succeeding when it seems like the entire world is getting online starting visits is your prospect has to get to know you and trust you super quickly. I mean, you know, that the velocity of business online is different than in the, you know, out on the streets sort of, you know, main street, it's hard to describe until you sort of been in there working with it, but things happen. So which quickly trends, come and go out rhythms change, it can be a little freaky. But the anchor is that humans like to connect with other. Humans and we liked to business people we trust. So what's the fastest way to get to? That is probably not an E mail stream anymore. I mean emails important, but it Email nurture series is gonna take twice as long to establish that level trust as if somebody does down to three to four minute video. So that's those are kind of the reason why video is so important in the things that I can go into kind of three things I see people doing wrong if you'd like me to this time. Let's do it with. Yeah. So and this is why I'm really happy. You know, Mike clients had dragged me back to Miguel in front of the camera helping work this do feel like like, I know a secret I want everybody to know. As much as possible. So there's three basic mistakes that I see people getting into video new video. And the first one is over complicating overcomplicating the texts that it doesn't have to be hard at all. I've download guides that are fabulous guides. You know, how to video, but there's like recommendations for five cameras in seven Mike's who needs that you've got a smartphone? You know, just use your smartphone. It will simplify your life so much and smartphone to take video now. I mean, it's kinda crazy. I used to have a big old camera, and I don't anymore because you know, my heart phone takes just as good video. You mean just the just the regular camera app on your smartphone? If it's an iphone just click on the camera press recording. You're good to go. Yeah. Exactly. Especially while. I found six or newer, you can't kind of funky the iphone five actually did pretty. Okay video but the six and the seven are the next level. And that is I mean, that's what I used for all my videos, Ed, unless you're like shooting BMW commercial or something you don't need a big video camera because..

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"beury" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"beury" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"PC's, with Intel core processors to get business done the academy of Motion Picture Arts and science arts and sciences usually rewards drama right but in recent days the academy has created it the organization behind the Oscars face widespread criticism within Hollywood, and outside the industry after its recent announcement that it's overhauling. Its telecast in. Adding a category for something called popular film as Wall Street Journal reporter Eric Schwartz, says nobody's really sure what that means Eric. Explain the academy pretty much out of nowhere, announced that they were going to be overhauling the telecast of the. Academy Awards are going to be moving some category to, the commercial break because they're sick of it stretching, to you, know, four hours, or even more, than, four, hours, each each year And then they also announced this mysterious new category for best. Popular film that was the. Language they used and they didn't really specify, what a popular film may. Be, how a popular film is determined. Or who votes on it but it's really, caused quite a bit, of consternation here in Hollywood because, a lot of people, are, saying, are you, implying that good movies are can't, be? Popular in popular movies, can't be good like why do we have to separate the two and I think, there's some beer out here that it will lead to kind of a diminishing of Oscar sheen or prestige interesting so how much of this is tied, to say ratings, a lot of it I've heard. From, from my reporting that it was executive that ABC which telecasts to the the Academy Awards every year that they were concerned because ratings have been on the decline last year was the lowest rating lowest rated telecast of all time and, they're trying to find ways to fix it and bring viewers Back this is still one of the most popular live events of the. Year up there with the Super Bowl and the other big award shows but the trend is, not in their favor and they're trying to see what can. We do to bring the viewers back in one sort of strain of logic in that is if there, are movies that are more popular with beury's everyday viewers they might be more willing to. Tune, in and see if there were their favorites? Have one speaking with Eric Schwartz all Wall Street Journal reporter who's written a piece entitled as Oscars get a rewrite many. Pan. The changes specifically about a category for popular film I? Guess in some ways the filmmakers might like this because if they were to win that'd be a great marketing tool right come see the recently crowned best popular film right on no it'd be an. Extra revenue it could be yeah it still remains to be seen, how this award might be is going to be voted on by The, academy like all the other categories will be open to the general public I see. Your point that it could be, a badge of honor I have to say though when I talked, to a lot of people. Out here right now just given the stink that's. Formed around this award no, one seems to want it right now and especially because you, have some contenders like a Black. Panther. Which I. Know Disney was hoping would be nominated for, best, picture and so now there's. This concern that. If. You go for the most popular prize you might be forfeiting your chance to win the big award So have you made your own, little like, a cheat sheet list you have a best film in a best. Popular film well the best picture category is still really up in. The air because we'll just now entering the season when a lot of those big contenders come out to the Toronto film festival is next month. And that's where you'll see a lot of these titles that people are looking to as Oscar favorites there's, this Neil Armstrong movie called I man directed by the director of. LA La Land Damian Chazelle that a lot of people are looking at Alphonso Koran, has a new movie called Roma that is going to Netflix So they're big titles like that that I think people are saying? Wow that's that's definitely a best-picture contender if it works? Now, the best popular film that's a little bit more difficult like I said a lot of people are assuming at this moment that Black Panther just given it's critical acclaim and it's incredible box office, performance would be the kind of movie to win a popular prize who knows we still don't know. How we know what popular means, there's still a lot of open questions about that Eric Wall Street Journal reporter Eric Schwartz all it is twelve minutes. Now in front of the hour on This Morning.

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"beury" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"beury" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"The only reason that I believe that is because we never hear anything out of this organization. And then all of a sudden there's just like leak central. And I think the outscore situation really upset a lot of people in the organization, the staff, not necessarily players. Look, I think there's a lot of things at one on the alcs career. Oh, there's Jimmy Garoppolo. Right? And there's all these, the contract things they come to come to a head. But at the end of the day, I would guess that you looking like, look, patriots gonna go in the playoffs. Of course they're both gonna go to the hall of fame. They'll have another shot at another couple of Super Bowls here, but it wasn't circuiting interesting is how much longer Brady is going to. He wants to play, and if it's going to end up being in New England. Okay. So a week ago, Aaron Rodgers called the effort at his training camp practice. Piss poor and yesterday router said, he's not worried about the possibility of hurting anybody's feelings by saying exactly what he thinks sick. Listen. For not that soft though we can. You know. Have your comments or read comments and I get offended by professional personal. The things I'm saying, I don't have some deta against any player. I care about winning number one and I'm going to say and do the things like in advance us. It's going to be tough at some point. It's not a popularity contest all the time. You know, obviously, you know, as a human, you liked the liked and appreciated. But I've tried to win because that's my, that's my job. I have no problem with Aaron Rodgers doing this as long as he also does it in the locker room. If he's kind of walking the halls and only only calling people out to the media, that's lame, but I believe that he's also telling these guys this to their faces, and I'm probably the Aaron Rodgers is arguably the best quarterback in the NFL. I believe Tom Brady is better, but one or two, depending on your preference, and he wants to win everybody being in their feelings all the time when it comes to work in winning that that bothers me like everything is not. They're not. They're not joy. You grew up in a household of athletes day, right? So we, we have this thing to which we don't have most most people in the. Those households don't have a sensitivity. You don't because you watch the film, you like, oh, I sucked. And if you don't know, you suck your coach is going to call. People do have egos though you do have ego, even if you're not the greatest say there's the worst receive Ron. His team still has an ego as they should because he thought he was gay gains the NFL and that's where he is. People do have egos, but that's what he's talking about. I think he talks about sensitivity because I agree with you as an athlete, you have to be able to take criticism, constructive criticism, and hard criticism, or you're not going to get better. Correct. But I also think it gets people like, whoa, whoa. Oh my gosh. She's calling out teammates like that stuff happens all the time. It doesn't happen every day you're doing it wrong, right? Or or pointing out the it was a piss poor effort means that normally you're held to a high normally you perform in a higher standard. So I think it's taking in. I'm guessing that in Green Bay, those guys are taking in light that it's in the sense that it's given. I think it's so many people in the media and people who are readers and beury's that have never received. That type of true honest unvarnished criticism that take it the wrong. Yeah, it's definitely. I agree. Finally, despite the Lakers adding best player in the NBA offseason even though some Lakers fans are upset about that because it's taken Kobe spotlight or something, whatever they think lavar is not convinced that it's the bronze seen yet. He had this to say during recent appearance on power when his six, the oldest lonzo's team, we go team over here. Oh, that's not lebrons team. The far you can say what you want, but we know what it is. What did I told you? What is house owning go to Cleveland and go to Cleveland. The broad came in LA. We already Opie here. He is about that bonded comes LA, right? But when he came to LA, became Iran steam. Lavar is the best of he's he's so good at this..

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"beury" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"beury" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"One zero two nine FM, south Tampa nine seventy valet all over Tampa Bay. Through now It's eight forty. One was Jack Aaron. Jeff and Katie and also on board and Elias and I gotta wish a happy birthday to James Harrell was with the NFL and now coaches at plant high school and also Bob Florio suffering a birthday, does, somebody else. I know is suffering birthday today who could that be Jackson Harris you gave them a birthday shout on, Twitter, yeah there. You go and anyway Alvarado joins us right now and he is the managing editor of the. Stream which is something online you can get a lot of information there and Al the well everybody continues to be bashing Trump or the Trump. Bashers over his meeting with Putin and what he had to say. After that and the question. Is how damaging is Is this going to be to Trump to the Republicans in two thousand eighteen and even longer term to Trump should he. Decide to run again, in twenty twenty Well the one advantage, of Donald Trump is that every couple days there's always something new good bad ugly and different there's. Always some drama some some big. Thing that makes, the, news the news that seems so. Urgent and Har? Horrible or, big or this is going. To change, everything you know two week for now it'd be like. Wait, there was a meeting with Russia what about the. I mean, really you think about it I mean the historic. Meeting with Kim was what a month ago yeah that was talking about it seems like ancient history you know it? Seems like ancient Rome or something like that so twenty four hour news cycle who's gonna be weak now who knows what's going to be going on week now so there's always that the one thing that, might impact Trump a little bit is I- perception that's being put out there because of the press conference and? Some of the things he said that he was Week on Putin and and part of. His brand, is I'm Mr. top. Guy so there, could, be a little bit of that. But he turned? That around, you've, also got the notion. That this, is a guy who's in the Goshi ater you do. What, you need to do with the person you're facing. And you'll, have to do that and you have to do. That in a in a way where you're being somewhat friendly and I can't understand the reaction from some people where? They need President Trump to call out Putin as a liar to the public I never understood how that could help you in diplomacy by calling somebody a liar that you're trying to improve your relationship with Well Two two points about that first, off you, know if you're Vladimir Putin is some some American president turning to you in public in saying you did. Bad Is gonna impress, him no, that's not gonna it's what you do the things, you do that impact him impact his. Wallet by messing with the you know trying to get you know ruined the. Deals that Putin, is making with. Germany that that hurts them in the pocket I agree because we all know Putin's Aligarh we don't, need to, hear it President Trump say we know that and I think I think that last night or yesterday afternoon That Sarah Huckabee did a great job in pointing out the. Things that he, is done his. Statements condemning Russia's poisoning of UK citizens on UK soil and Sanctions to Ukraine and the sanctions and all of those things that he's done against Russia and? They're. Being, ignored, yeah because actions. Around the. World, don't get re tweets. And beury's Trump's. Words, do so words speak louder than actions is what you're saying Trump yeah words speak louder action people talk oh Trump's meeting with Putin oh my. Gosh no what people are talking about, is the press conference afterwards They're not. Talking, about the we don't know what what really went on in the room with the two leaders and when there were throw their folks? You. Know, for, all I know. He did. He, looked right in the. Eye and said. Don't, do this don't do it again because I'm not Obama Look, at what is..

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"beury" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"beury" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"To talk with him in six o'clock hour and get an idea of one who president trump may pick to what that means for the court going forward and three why whether you're liberal or conservative we shouldn't all be okay with the supreme court nullifying laws i mean just in the last three weeks they nullified the laws of about a half the states with janice decision the week and then they nullified the people of california's democratically elected legislators wishes with that abortion decision so it's really wrong with the supreme court is doing and i am on a mission to change this and i'm fighting a losing battle and i'm hoping in the six o'clock hour when i talk with professor siegel who again sincerely i'd be hard pressed to name other two guests that i like as much as these two george and erich segal if you asked me to make a list of my top ten guests of all time first of all the people that i could talk to every single day pat buchanan ralph nader alan dershowitz then there's the ones that always make managed to make news john gotti junior tommy jolie then there's the ones that are just so incredibly interesting engaging and entertaining the charles grodin comes to mind than the ones that are so thought provoking professor stephen cohen but i always try to have different guests on the show so it's rare that i have someone come on on a at least on the sunday show on a recurring basis these two george and erich segal are worthy of coming on the show often i say worthy it's not the status that you achieve by getting on this show it's just that i'm kind of waving my desire to always have new guests on the show by having these two on all right now before we continue one story i wanted to bring to your attention the i just love because i have come up with a new way to make some extra money i absolutely love this i saw this on the front page of saturday's new york post i don't know if you read this i didn't know anything about this in terms of this being a money making opportunity headline in sunday's new you're in saturday's new york post the idol ideal rich bounty on fuming vehicles new york city has begun paying traffic tipsters twenty five percent of the fines levied on commercial vehicle drivers who illegally leave their engines running while parked for more than three minutes or just one minute in school zones i saw this i think this is the greatest thing in the world i walk all over the stream in manhattan this is pandemic these big commercial trucks while they're making their deliveries their part first of all usually illegally always obstructing the traffic flow on the street both the car traffic flow and the pedestrian traffic flow half the time they're on the sidewalk and i will tell you honestly a third of the time and i don't think there's an exaggeration they leave the truck running so not only is it hazardous to the environment but people walking by this truck have to then breathe or try to breathe pass this lazy driver and his truck but pass these fumes it's terrible i hate this so you mean to tell me not only can we encourage people not to do this but we can make some extra money so the fines on what they call these fumes beury's can go up to two thousand dollars so i think this is the greatest thing in the world you can get twenty five percent of the fine imposed on these trucks so i am going to start doing this so all you have to do and by the way if you've noticed this how pervasive these trucks are all of them manhattan and how they always arche ping the engine running for for no reason i mean honestly you can't turn it back on and i know we have our truck drivers listening right now so they welcome to call in if you've noticed this or if you think maybe i'm a little butts give me a call eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine that's eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine.

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