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"brigitte" Discussed on Tom Roten Morning Show

Tom Roten Morning Show

03:00 min | 3 months ago

"brigitte" Discussed on Tom Roten Morning Show

"Love to have my next guest on. She's always a full of energy and passion. Which is exactly what we need brigitte. Gabriel was a national security analyst new york times bestselling author and chair of act. Four america dot org. Her latest bestseller is rise and brigitte. Gabriel good morning. Welcome back. How are you good. Mining town delighted light. It could be back with you. Thank you for coming on. What a disaster. What an absolute abomination. We have seen ian kabul in afghanistan. Want to get your thoughts. Oh my goodness Disaster is the word and this comes two weeks before the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven. Talk about a defeat on the world stage. What's even more ironic. Is the taleban name..

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"brigitte" Discussed on The Know Show

The Know Show

14:35 min | 9 months ago

"brigitte" Discussed on The Know Show

"brigitte" Discussed on The Know Show

The Know Show

04:44 min | 9 months ago

"brigitte" Discussed on The Know Show

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Guest Teacher Janel Dyan on How to Invest in Womens Leadership in Your Company

The $100 MBA Show

07:07 min | 11 months ago

Guest Teacher Janel Dyan on How to Invest in Womens Leadership in Your Company

"Today. We'll be talking about why in these unprecedented times. Women in leadership are essential to your company. Short-term growth and long term survival gender and racial equality are certainly hot topics of conversation right now but there are some organizations that are ahead of the curve and like me have been focusing on the equality of women and women of color for years and these are my clients women in leadership women on the rise women entrepreneurs and women at the helm of fortune five hundred companies today such so what lincoln and ford motor company and helping them grow as leaders. What i do best over the past seven years. I've worked with females of all colors and varied backgrounds from the bay area to new york. They are not only having a huge impact today but they are paving the way for all future female leaders industries historically dominated by men. And here's what i see. The companies who have made it a part of their core tenants to support an invest in diversity programs for the leadership development of women are the companies who are now today's industry leaders and it's not only for the products and services they provide but more importantly as a brand that people want to work for by from remained loyal to the shifted their measurable for success to include strong corporate culture of innovation employed growth customer loyalty and diverse leadership team who focus on purpose. And not just on the bottom line. They understand that their greatest assets are their employees and they have dedicated their efforts to be a brand that is people focused and purpose driven during our time together. Today we will focus on three lessons. You can walk away with first because women are. Today's largest and fastest growing global consumer companies need to shift their brand strategy to recognize the powerful role that women in leadership play driving economic growth. Next we'll take a look at why the greatest leaders are master storytellers and how powerful story can be and finally will cover some tips for building a culture with equality in its foundation including ways to establish promote an invest in fema leadership. So let's get started less than one. Women are the fastest growing global consumer and it's imperative that companies adjust according to. Brigitte brennan author. Why she buys and winning her business. Women make or heavily influence. Seventy to eighty percent of all purchases across all industries which means women are every company's largest target customer to truly capitalize on this customer trend companies. Must do a better job creating products and services with female buyers in mind. Companies must create a brand that women will buy from advocate foreign remain loyal to the companies who are most equipped to connect with women are led by other women and their leadership results have a positive impact. On company performance. The profits higher margins add more returns for investors leaders such as saffir cats of oracle and mary barra of general motors. it seems like commonsense. But it's actually not common practice. Facts are that only. Eighteen percent of global firms are led by women and according to this year's forbes annual report the number of women. Ceo's running fortune five hundred companies since it just seven point four percent so clearly. There are strong logical ethical and financial reasons to put more women at the helm according to study by mackenzie if we can close the gender gap by twenty twenty five twenty. Eight trillion dollars would be added to the global economy and to put that in perspective that is the size of the economies of the united states in china combined. Right now during covid and racial injustices at the forefront we find ourselves in a global economy with the future unknown. These challenges are now calling for new leadership no longer one of command and control but one of collaboration community one of the biggest actions that any leader can do right now is be transparent and empathetic to their team members and customers because anxiety and uncertainty are heightened during this time of crisis emotional connection on a basic human level between the leader and employee has never been more important than right now a recent study done in two thousand nineteen by mit sought to determine the makeup of the most effective leadership teams and those are the teams with the most women especially women of color as they are leaders who bring a deeper understanding of resilience. Women are also more likely to have empathy for those struggling to deal with change or lack of inclusion become role models for the change that they seek and are willing to share inspirational stories to motivate to embrace change they are in general more inclusive and collaborative making in leadership style which is a combination that continues to prove to be effective in getting companies to move faster in times of change lesson to the power of story. Why greatest leaders are master storytellers. We all love stories. In fact stories are what differentiates us as human beings. It is highly forged connections among each other and they'll trust as a community each stories an emotional journey that reinforces shared beliefs values and vision that we can all relate to from drawings on the walls of cave with stories of heroism folktales. That are full of more lessons to generational family tales. That remind us of our roots. Human beings need to feel that we are part of something greater than ourselves stories. Reminders that through tough times we will come out to the other side stronger wiser and more unified than ever stories. Bring us back to the beginning and remind us of who we are and what we do in stories creek clarity in our purpose and vision to get their. The greatest leaders are master storytellers. Simon sinek author of the power of y in infinite game says beautifully leaders aren't responsible for the results. Leaders are responsible for the people who are responsible for the results. It is during these times of crisis that provide an excellent opportunity for leaders to communicate stories of incredible vision for the future showing empathy advising with humility and providing optimism. For what lies ahead. They also understand marketing at its core is simply about storytelling. and it is the stories. They choose to tell that can differentiate brand as an industry leader communicating the values of the brand with the product and services they sell. I mean who wasn't choked up watching google's tearjerking super bowl ad of a love story that began with a simple question how not to forget. So tying back to what we learn in less than one about women being the largest and fastest growing global consumer with the understanding that stories have power companies must give their products and services a story that women now can relate to and what better way to do that than with women at the helm leading the way finally lesson three building corporate culture with gender equality in its foundation companies with strong female leadership such as new york stock exchange. Pwg and google are continuing to create more equitable inclusive and fulfilling workplaces for all women and the investments are already proving to return tenfold to their bottom line.

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French President Macron isolating after positive coronavirus test

Morning Edition

03:36 min | 1 year ago

French President Macron isolating after positive coronavirus test

"Steve Inskeep. Good morning. Emmanuel Macron. The president of France has tested positive for the coronavirus. MPR's Eleanor Beardsley is in Paris. Hi, Eleanor. Hi, stave. How is he? Well, he said to be fine so far, but he has some symptoms and the Elysee Palace is that's why I gotta test this morning. He's going to be isolating for a week, and he's continuing his schedule of meetings today but by videoconference, and obviously he's canceled his lunch for today. Now his wife, French first lady Brigitte Macron, is also in isolation. She's a bit older than he is. She's 67 My call is 42. You know, French media is all abuzz now about who he could have gotten it from and who we may have given it to, and the French prime minister has already gone into isolation. And so has the Spanish prime minister, Pedro Sanchez, who had lunch with Macron on Monday. He's said to be isolating until Christmas Eve. Okay. How seriously had the French president been taking the virus? Steve very seriously. He's had different approach than some of the other world leaders who have gotten it like Boris Johnson, British Prime minister. Our President Donald Trump and the Brazilian president. Fireball so narrow to name a few. They were very cavalier. They even poo pooed it. They never wore masks. Macron is always seen wearing a mask. You know, he's stressed that every decision he's made has been with huddling with the country's top scientist, Steve not really not not literally huddling then when good, but anyway, you talks with them going exactly And you know, France has been one of the hardest hit countries in the world and in Europe right after Italy and Britain with deaths, it's been bad. The country's just come out of a second national lockdown that reduced the daily rate from 60,000 to 14,000 cases a day. But people are still being urged to take precaution. There's an eight PM overnight curfew now, in effect, people are being told where your mask at the Christmas dinner table, you know you go outside. You don't see anybody who's not wearing a mask, even outside in the streets. And I think you know, the Elise a palace is emphasizing the fact that macron someone extremely careful who's closely watch. He's still got it. That means the virus is still out there circulating everyone is vulnerable circulating. Although 14,000 cases a day that's a much lower rate than the United States, even when you adjust for population and so forth, Francis Not in the worst position in the world, but still here they are with the president. Testing positive are the French authorities in a position to distribute a vaccine soon as we're seeing in the United States and Britain and elsewhere, well, watching that going on in the U. S and Britain everybody wants to hear the government has outlined his strategy. Elderly homes, first health care workers to By the end of the spring, it says, you know, all non vulnerable public will be vaccinated. You know, the European Medicines agency. That's the use equivalent to the FDA has not approved of icing the vaccine, the father buying tech vaccine, It's going to be done soon. France already has more than a million doses on order for the end of December. The EU and macron they want to for that. You two start vaccinating, you know, simultaneously altogether very important Symbolic. Germany has mentioned the date of December 27th so it may be taking place around them. But in the French case, they're just saying, we have our own process. We want to be careful. Here. We need a few more days and weeks. Is that right? Well, it's the European Medicines Agency that has to to to approve this vaccine, and everyone is waiting on that right now, and people are starting to trumpet the bed. It needs to happen soon. But you know, everyone is told him to told to be very careful until the vaccine comes. But it is being promised this month. They're gonna began vaccinating Eleanor. Thanks. Thank you, Steve. That's NPR's Eleanor

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Not Dead Yet: News Site Mistakenly Runs Dozens of V.I.P. Obituaries

Techmeme Ride Home

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Not Dead Yet: News Site Mistakenly Runs Dozens of V.I.P. Obituaries

"Finally today while a french social media up and comer would be interesting. Let's stay in france for something a bit embarrassing. If you work in digital media than you're used to wrestling with content management systems cms is can be maddeningly complex and idiosyncratic tell that to radio france internationale which accidentally published about one hundred pre written obituaries for prominent people. The blame it was in the midst of moving its site to a new. Cms according to the station quoting the new york times for a brief moment this week startled. Readers of french news site had to grapple with the apparent demise of queen elizabeth. The second of england palay the brazilian soccer legend. Clint eastwood brigitte bardot and dozens of other celebrities and world leaders as it turned out the website of radio france internationale had steinle published about one hundred pre written obituaries for prominent figures. Several hours after the obituaries ran on monday. The public radio station which broadcasts in france and abroad apologize and started taking the reports off line. It said unedited draft had been accidentally published as it moved its website to a new content management system online platforms like google and yahoo news automatically picked up some of the articles. The radio station said in a statement that it wanted to quote apologize first and foremost to those concerned by the obituaries and who might have been hurt by the premature announcement of the deaths and quote. If you're unaware it is actually very common in media to pre right or at least pre research obituaries for folks you think are shall we say likely to die in the nearest future but obviously accidentally publishing them ahead of time is not the idea. As stephen velvet tweeted people can make mistakes but it takes computer assistance to make mistakes at scale and quote

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French radio station accidentally publishes celebrity obituaries

Monocle 24: The Globalist

00:09 sec | 1 year ago

French radio station accidentally publishes celebrity obituaries

"And a french radio station has accidentally published the obituaries of several prominent figures including clint eastwood. Palais brigitte bardot. And the queen.

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Malaysia court sentences ex-Prime Minister Najib Razak to serve up to 12 years in jail for crimes linked to 1MDB scandal

Morning Edition

02:12 min | 1 year ago

Malaysia court sentences ex-Prime Minister Najib Razak to serve up to 12 years in jail for crimes linked to 1MDB scandal

"Court has found former Prime Minister Najib Razak guilty. He's been sentenced to 12 years in prison. This was in his first corruption trial connected To the plundering of the so called one Mdb State Investment fund. This is part of one of the largest most far reaching financial scandals in history involved at least 10 countries, including the United States, Michael Sullivan reports. Things could have gone a lot better for Najeeb today, the judge finding him guilty on all seven counts of abuse of power, criminal breach of trust and three counts of money laundering in a trial widely seen as a test of Malaysia's commitment to the rule of law. I think it's a good day for Malaysia. Bridget Welsh is a research associate with the University of Nottingham. And an expert on Malaysian politics. Speaking from the capital, Kuala Lumpur, This decision actually re affirms that the rule of law is working. The judge was very careful and laying out his decision, and I think that there was set the sense that the decision move forward in a very uncertain political environment and the judiciary. At least this has ruled the day and with that there has been a sense of justice. Now Jeeves Fall from Grace has been swift just two years ago. Then Prime Minister. Najib's party was dealt a shocking defeat in the general election, in part because of the public's discussed with one MDB scandal, which saw billions siphoned off from the government investment fund into individual bank accounts, including prosecutors say Najib's The Jeep has maintained his innocence and said on Facebook last night that he was misled by others and that the charges against him are political in nature. It's going to be a long process of appeals and their two more paces, and it may be a number of years, but you know he will basically not be allowed to contest the election. During this process, and that's important, Brigitte Wolf says, and helps Malaysia's current prime minister Modena seen who heads a shaky coalition that includes Najib's party. She says Mujahideen will gain the most from today's rulings because he will be seen as putting the country before politics malicious restoring its reputation internationally, and it used to be in the top 10 countries for corruption. Now this makes it stand tall, and I think that is that really serves Malaysia well for NPR

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"brigitte" Discussed on Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"brigitte" Discussed on Get Real or Die Trying with Amadon DellErba

"Thank you guys got to hear about Brigitte. In My intro. So you know about her. She's a very accomplished author herbalist and I am lucky to also know her personally. I think we first met Brigitte like seven years ago at the natural foods. Expo is that right in La. Yes and I was just being reminded of course by facebook exactly two years ago today. I was with you in Boulder Colorado because I was up there speaking at a Anti Monsanto Event. And you were kind enough to host me and my friend Kazarian. We spent some time together and so two years ago today. Were we were with each other and here? We are again with each other. That was the delight. Yes and thanks for speaking up at a arch against Monsanto absolutely stuff. Well I wanted to have you on my show because I feel like you and I have similar mindset and approach to healing and to health and of course your ranch book reader and I'm a year book reader and I think our philosophies and our consciousness around the ideas and questions around healing are similar and of course I respect your years of wisdom and experience as an herbalist and there's somebody in the alternative medicine field and I just wanted to have a conversation and get your insight and of course as we both know were in some very interesting times here on the planet with Cove Nineteen Global Pandemic and. It's bring a lot of questions to People's minds and hearts about health and being and what really matters. I think in a lot of ways to in some ways I think it is. It's been a blessing hard. It's been to reprioritize people's thinking and to really place A firmer understanding in their hearts and souls of what's important what's valuable in their life and of course health and our wellbeing is one of the most important things and so. I just wanted throw around some ideas and talk about psycho spiritual health. An how psychology and mental and emotional health and spiritual health plays such an important role and complementary to The health of what we eat what we consume medicine. We put in our body. Well these are really interesting times and I have long spoken about how our mental condition affects our physical body and our physical condition affects our mental body and how human beings are invaded. So many ways in You know when you're born people get immunized if you're fed infant formula. We have fluoride in the water. We have chemicals. In Air that we're breathing we are marketed toxic media constantly. That's Encouraging. People to eat junk food and then take these drugs is that was like a really normal thing and you know it's it's really pretty overwhelming and now all of a sudden we have this virus and people are so concerned about their health. And you know there's a lot of things that do humanity in and of course you've all heard the argument like why aren't we doing more about? Um Starvation and heart disease and You know controlling sugar white. Why are we dealing with some of the things that we know caused for health and you know we see that in the media right now the the big Hocus for vaccine but I feel that there are many many things that we can do in her everyday life to take action to have good health and you know as you mentioned That are our mental and spiritual well-being having good relationships being clear with those that were in contact with You know is really important and every meal that we eat every food that we bite into either an opportunity for building or health or undermining. Our health You know things that are toxic behaviors. We need to look at that so I'm all about. What can we do to build our health and rather than seeing this is an opportunity for fear. It should be an opportunity to motivate us to be thinking about you know. What could we be doing every day? Because if it's we're all GonNa die that's you know that's how it happens on this planet. We don't live in these bodies forever but I'm also kind of curious like when did people become so fearful of dying and I really love your talk about like you know died trying or something like we're going to do our best and you know I think about you. Know what would Jesus do? Jesus didn't cower and run from the lepers he you know he helped people and he was determined to help people and So I feel like these are really interesting times and people are quarantining themselves but I do feel that These viruses that have there have always been viruses. There always will be and that we need to be building our health so that they don't take us down at least not when So Young But I really think we need to think about being ready to lead this planet with more grace in ease and live a life that is scarcely Has US ready to move on to the next dimension and live life and not be fearful and live our life knowing that any day could be our last. You know every time we get in a plane or a car or you know stand out under the lightning. It could be the end so we need to be ready on every level all the time. Absolutely appreciate that inside. You brought up a lot of a lot of points there One of the things you you mentioned as people are afraid of of dying in and I think people are afraid of the aging process and it seems especially in Western culture..

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"brigitte" Discussed on The Joe Pags Show

The Joe Pags Show

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"brigitte" Discussed on The Joe Pags Show

"Website relief, factor, dot, com, relief, factor, dot, com, or call one, eight, hundred, five, hundred, eighty, three, eighty, four, one, eight, hundred, five, hundred, eighty, three, eighty four. I. Let me go to the phone lines. I think we have a quick minute or celery. Say How to Stephen Yakima. See what's going on. Oh Hey there. Hey, thanks for bringing me right on. By Hey I just wanted to comment on your interview with is that her name is? Brigitte Brigitte like Bridget Brigitte Oh. It's Brigitte. Okay Yeah. I've been I've listened those interviews a hundred times on your station and it's just. It's always a pleasure to listen to her. She just goes and goes and goes and goes. And I just wanted to say thank. She's awesome. Listened to keep finding the good ones to to do with a glad you like man. That's awesome. Regina's great and he's Great. Carey is that she's so incredibly smart, but I don't say much. Doing. Mike, Thank you, thank you. Presume is a lot of information. No, it's great information. She's she's full of fire. All the time and isn't messing around. You know somebody who came from Lebanon. Dealing with the strife and the angst there you know what I mean 'cause in Lebanon you've got Christian. She about Muslims and you've got a lot of strife and a lot of issues and She's somebody WHO's unafraid to speak out against terrorism unafraid to speak out against China and its domination, former, cynically and medical equipment. Also when it comes to manufacturing, and she's somebody who just truly loves the American dream. Sometimes, you have to have somebody who's been through it. To really realize how good we have it here, I think that you and I and I think polling in Santa. We realize how good we have it. And what's our listeners and viewers realize that as well, but sometimes you can take it for granted, and and Brigitte comes on doesn't mess around then she does it and tell you hey, how you doing boom Angie minutes. Gold Yes I was going to give the phone number, not necessarily the pop culture bet..

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"brigitte" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"brigitte" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Tom is in New York Tom thank you very much for calling the short Brigitte hello Tom his time falling asleep they say about how exciting my show is hello Tom here the state from south central the the great elders welcome to the program we've got to cut triple eight nine seven one S. A. G. E. triple eight nine seven one seven two four three Larry elder really secular comes to DO next segment we'll be speaking with a Republican candidate Republican fall of Donna shillelagh who was the head of health and Human Services and this is a very important house district in Florida which is a very important swing state of course we speak with her next segment right now the corona virus task force is conducting another one of its precincts Dr secretary of labor Scalia is at the podium.

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"brigitte" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

10:02 min | 1 year ago

"brigitte" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And I have that in common but Hey listen Dennis thanks for sharing our best to you and thank you for what you do every day for the to feed us all we appreciate it some swelling Brigitte can I give a quick message to Mister Bloomberg yeah until a Democrat gets back into the White House I believe that this is still a free country and he does have his right to say how we feel about farmers but he better damn well not do it with his mouth full wow well said well done take about Dennis thank you we say hi next to Greg is in South Dakota great welcome to the Sean Hannity show tell me what you do what kind of farming you above the my son and I and wife before four thousand acres corn beans and alfalfa John I talked to you back in November I told you I was in my tractor your screen told me to shut it down and we had a very nice conversation I really see all because I said to lend us I want to talk to farmers and you look at me like out well how do we know what not farmers listen to you and I said no Bob we've had many farmers call this program I remember your call well how are you doing has the farm bill it it's a good idea you know a couple things I want to say that young man was just on their very good what he said about the technology we're using here's a little they'll just put this together while we were talking and I ask your screener quick Chris quiz I'd like to ask Michael Bloomberg how many rows of corn are on the average your record and I'll give you a choice as a thirteen roles are twenty one real shot wow that's so that I don't know the answer I don't neither one of them are right it may be twelve fourteen sixteen eighteen twenty but corn will always put on an even number of rolls around one major huh god made isn't it true to that like for example they have new they keep improving the CD is for example seed science that exists I've been reading about this for example you can get a particular corn hybrid specifically like so sweet corn or different type of corn or jaw yellow only corn or yellow white corn I mean that's all done in laboratories isn't it yeah what else that's where the seed stock is made and then they take it out in a role bigger quantities of it you know they're still corn is gonna be planted in the upper Midwest here in the north western corn belt that is probably spilling seed production being bagged in South America somewhere maybe even in a white that's gotta get shipped here for the time we plant here in in mid April mid may there's a couple things I just want to put together we point five hundred acres of corn today at thirty thousand seeds per acre Mr Bloomberg that's fifteen million all he would have to dig in a date to keep pace with us and what we do as armor my concedes one really needs an hour or sixteen thousand six hundred and sixty six feet a minute we're putting in the ground I don't think he can help with us and you have the sophisticated machinery that helps you do all that how many hours and I'm going to try to get as many calls in a as I can how many hours do you put in a week and how many days a week do you work well planting harvesting or the push type soul from from the tenth of April kill the camp of of may we're planning corn and beans and and we're on an eighteen hour days there and then it then you slack off you don't you're not pushing like that harvest then is is a is a month to six weeks where you're doing eighteen twenty hours a day you got how many times have you experience may be of some type of calamity where your crop didn't come in wells that happened to you absolutely right all all we can do is put it the ground from then on down on the lord is in control absolutely you can't symbol armor unless unless you have great faith and it without it you're not going to make it in our biggest mark our biggest problem is choosing Sean oneill and I've always said this anybody can come out here and buy land but you know what I is a former I can't open up I can't open the shop of the start doing brain surgery right wing playing field no level playing field by the way good luck to the people that think they're gonna be farmers I watch people all the time on these these reality shows that cracked me up that they they can go live in the wilderness and in Alaska and half of them collapse in a week but I will say I want to say thank you for all that you do and the hard work the level of sophistication there's a lot of gray matter that goes into all of this and the breath taking arrogance of this guy that that it's unbelievable to me but I'm thank you for feeding us you help feed the world thank you for that hard work every day and my best to your family all right let's quickly we got let's see Justin is in Virginia Justin how are you what kind of farming you involve them I'm a farmer wow okay and probably one of the toughest toughest jobs still performing there is how many have you got warm milk in about two hundred cals and how much how much milk do you produce on any given day but in any given day America sold here in the US and pounds but if you want to quickly to gallons for about thirty five hundred gallons a day wow that's amazing you know but I think what's a gallon of milk I think the last time I checked I don't I don't drink a lot of open there's like five fifty something like that yeah in your everything's higher yeah it is well unfortunately the farmer I'm only getting about a dollar thirty eight right now Mr Hannity in such an article and talk with you you know I talked with the I hear the confidence in your voice and I don't call up and tell you how to do your job because I personally think that your professional in this area you know you speak the truth you speak journalism we speak at would you believe I told you that there are many days I'm not kidding either I I you know I would rather be a farmer go back to contracting is is a little stress involved in this crazy world I'm in right now the problem is it Bloomberg or even you know Mr Phoenix the joker the problem is society and the problem is that they don't understand who the experts are they get to use it at Chicago board of trade to play around with our corn and soybeans and interest that the price of a block of cheese but we don't get to do that however we do get a wake up at four o'clock in the morning miss out on all of the he saw you don't get a day off do you I mean as a dairy farmer no wait a day and we'll have to do it every step of you have to do it every day why don't stop now as long as long as my animals or breathing they are my responsibilities you know the name well I don't know how you remember that many girls in your life for good luck to you but here's the other thing now I assume that you know you give birth when that time comes and I guess you're not call in veterinarians at three in the morning a do it yourself and I'm just guessing that you have the knowledge in the background and experience of a you know if if a baby calf is coming out breach you're gonna have to handle that right well you know I did get a degree from Virginia Tech in Derry in animal science gray matter there on the idea I think you stick around and we can stay on the recording because I had to come home and work we we've grown yeah I'm I've been inside of Kelso elbow deep and just had two of them deliver here today well it's all part it's all part of it list three reasons why I love love this job H. you know because of the farm animals and then it's because of the family I don't have much children here and hope that they can continue on it and called my fate just like the other ones and can I ask you a personal question exit question and I and it's for at could you tell around how much money you know at the end of the day how much you make in a year or around it just give us a roundabout figure sh I can give you a figure but most of the farmers the U. S. they're going to say it's not about the money all we really want is the respectful and it's just America would like you said earlier with your mouth full respect and trust the professionals we love our animals we love our land and we love our god and what more could you ask let me put it this way you're not getting rich off of doing this can I say that way now I do because I love it you what is your passion yeah I love people that find like for example are friends of mine that have to be law enforcement friends that had to be teachers friends of mine because it's their passion but listen I got to let you go because of the constraints of time but Justin to you and all your dairy farmer friends thank you for all you do and all the other farmers out there the feed us every day and and nourish us every day I can't say enough good and and give enough praise to what you're doing thank you for it thank you Sir continue to pray for us and we'll be looking along with only god bless you my friend and thanks for what you do Linda I want to go to far I one we just we'll just take level I love it a form have you ever been to form I know you have not I have so U. S. you I all you once went to a pumpkin patch with Liam I remember that picture well that any authorities ran away and they dropped it it was hilarious make fun of pumpkin farmers no I love pumpkin farmers that's the right answer take a break or not but listen I'm thankful to all our farmers god bless you guys I'm glad you all had a chance to call in a quick break we'll come back we'll continue straight ahead today less big government watch doggone Washington Hannity is on so here's a story about the restaurant called Roy's it's a place you can talk about a lot of noise come on and is what they say have a seat the joy of stats while you're here have something to eat Royce has food at target cowboys said about the brisket burgers the girl said burger brisket bring in capital I was so happy he decided to saying is there's a to see Roy Rogers cheese burger to start but the Smithfield brisket onion set it apart on this a.

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"brigitte" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

09:21 min | 1 year ago

"brigitte" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And I have that in common but Hey listen Dennis thanks for sharing our best to you and thank you for what you do every day for the to feed us all we appreciate it some swelling Brigitte can I give a quick message to Mister Bloomberg yeah until a Democrat gets back into the White House I believe that this is still a free country and he does have his right to say how we feel about farmers but he better damn well not do it with his mouth full wow well said well done take about Dennis thank you we say hi next to Greg is in South Dakota Greg welcome to the Sean Hannity show tell me what you do what kind of farming you above the my son and I and wife before four thousand acres corn beans an elf elf and Sean I talked to you back in November I told you I was in my tractor your screen told me to shut it down and we had a very nice conversation I really see all because I said to lend us I want to talk to farmers and you look at me like about well how do we know what not farmers listen to you and I said no Bob we've had many farmers call this program I remember your call well how are you doing has the parm don't I'm it it's good hi you know a couple things I want to say that yeah young man we just on their very good what he said about the technology we're using here's a little they'll just put this together while we were talking and I ask your screener quick creek yes I'd like to ask Michael Bloomberg how many rows of corn are on the average your record and I'll give you a choice as a thirteen roles are twenty one really shot wow that's so that I don't know the answer I don't neither one of them a right it may be twelve fourteen sixteen eighteen twenty but corn will always put on an even number of rolls around one eight you're not god made isn't it true to that like for example they have do they keep improving the CD is for example seed science that exists I've been reading about this for example you can get a particular corn hybrid specifically like so sweet corn or different type of corn or jaw yellow only corn or yellow white corn I mean that's all done in laboratories isn't it yeah what else that's where the seed stock is made and then they take it out and grow bigger quantities of it you know they're still corn is gonna be planted in the upper Midwest here in the north western corn belt that is probably still in seed production being bagged in South America somewhere maybe even in a white that's gotta get shipped here for for the time we plant here and in mid April mid may there's a couple things I just want to put together we point five hundred acres of corn today at thirty thousand seeds per acre Mr Bloomberg that's fifteen million all he would have to dig in a day to keep pace with us and what we do at our mind in season one really needs an hour or sixteen thousand six hundred and sixty six feet a minute we're putting in the ground I don't think he can help with us and you have the sophisticated machinery that helps you do all that how many hours and I'm going to try to get as many calls in a as I can how many hours do you put in a week and how many days a week do you work well planting harvesting or the push type soul from from the tenth of April kill the camp of of may we're planning corn and beans and and we're running eighteen hour days there and then it then you slack off you don't you're not pushing like that harvest then is is a is a month to six weeks where you're doing eighteen twenty hours a day you got how many times have you experience may be of some type of fog calamity where your crop didn't come in wells that happened to you absolutely right all all we can do is put it the ground from then on down on the lord is in control absolutely you can't symbol ever unless unless you have great faith in it without it you're not going to make it our biggest mark our biggest problem is to think Sean oneill and I've always said this anybody can come out here and buy land but you know what I is a former I can't open up I can't open the shop up and start doing brain surgery right now in the playing field not a level playing field by the way good luck to the people that think they're gonna be farmers I watch people all the time on these these reality shows that cracked me up that they they can go live in the wilderness and in Alaska and half of them collapse in a week but I will say I want to say thank you for all that you do and the hard work the level of sophistication there's a lot of gray matter that goes into all of this and the breath taking arrogance of this guy the it's unbelievable to me but I'm thank you for feeding us you help feed the world thank you for that hard work every day and my best to your family all right let's quickly we got let's see Justin is in Virginia Justin how are you what kind of farming you involved in I'm a farmer wow okay and probably one of the toughest toughest jobs health is farming there is how many had you got out will melt in about two hundred cals and how much how much milk do you produce on any given day but any any given day America sold here in the US and pounds but if you are equivalent to gallons for about thirty five hundred gallons a day wow that's amazing you know but I think what's a gallon of milk I think the last time I checked I don't I don't drink a lot of open there's like five fifty something like that yeah in your everything's higher yeah it is well unfortunately the farmer I'm only getting about a dollar thirty eight right now Mr Hannity in such an article and talk with you you know I talked with the I hear the confidence in your voice and I don't call up and tell you how to do your job because I personally think that your professional in this area you know you speak the truth you speak journalism you speak at would you believe I told you that there are many days I'm not kidding either I I you know I would rather be a farmer go back to contracting is is a little stress involved in this crazy world I'm in right now the problem is it Bloomberg or even you know Mr Phoenix the joker the problem is society and the problem is that they don't understand who the experts are they get to use it as a cog aboard a trade to play around with our corn and soybeans and interest that the price of a block of cheese but we don't get to do that however we do get a wake up at four o'clock in the morning miss out on all of the he saw you don't get a day off do you I mean as a dairy farmer no wait a day and we'll have to do it every step of you have to do it every day why don't stop now as long as long as my animals or breathing they are my responsibilities the girl you know the name well I don't know how you remember that many girls in your life for good luck to you but here's the other thing now I assume that you know you give birth when that time comes and I guess you're not call in veterinarians at three in the morning a do it yourself and I'm just guessing that you have the knowledge in the background and experience of a you know if if a baby calf is coming out breach you're gonna have to handle that right well you know I did get a degree from Virginia Tech in Derry in animal science leveling grain matter there on the idea I think you stick around and we can still never party because I had to come home and work we we've read that I'm I've been inside of Kelso elbow deep and just had to open the liver here today well it's all part it's all part of it just three reasons why I love love this job eight you know because of the farm animals and then it's because of the family I can have my children here and hope that they can continue on it and called my fate just like the other ones and can I ask you a personal question exit question asked and I and it's spread out could you tell around how much money you know at the end of the day how much you make in a year or around it just give us a roundabout figure sh I can give you a figure but most of the farmers the US are going to say it's not about the money all we really want is the respect and it's just America would like you said earlier with your mouth full respect and trust the professionals we love our animals we love our land and we love our god and what more could you ask let me put it this way you're not getting rich off of doing this can I say that way now I do because I love it you what is your passion yeah I love people that find like for example are friends of mine that have to be law enforcement friends that had to be teachers friends of mine because it's their passion but listen I got to let you go because of the constraints of time but just and to you and all of your dairy farmer friends thank you for all you do and all the other farmers out there the feed us every day and and nourish us every day I can't say enough good and and give enough praise to what you're doing thank you for thank you Sir continue to pray for us and we'll be walking along with only god bless you my friend and thanks for what you do Linda I want to go far I one we just we'll just take level I love it a form if you have a dental form I know you have not I have so U. S. you I all you once went to a pumpkin patch with Liam I remember that picture well that any authorities ran away and they dropped it it was hilarious make fun upon conformers no I love pumpkin farmers that's the right answer take a break or not but listen I'm thankful to all our farmers god bless you guys I'm glad you all had a chance to call in a quick break we'll come back we'll continue straight ahead more entity less big government watchdog.

Brigitte White House Dennis Mister Bloomberg
"brigitte" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"brigitte" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Judge heard well we still get to look at Brigitte Nielsen now in her weirdness in her hair she sees the dnia that is so god I almost envy you how dare you on health dairy hater bag yeah I know of so yeah that's what I am that's weird and I'm gonna be watching com come Friday well we'll all have to do a Thursday so and I sadly I have it on my service like I found it luckily I don't have to pay for it but still you've got mail doing some house cleaning here so got some reaction dawn's just saying about crazy H. away fees making lane rights and I agree age old H. away fees are ridiculous a realtor told me once one hundred dollars in fees is compatible to ten thousand in house price yeah I lived in a condo in Chaska within HOV of three thirty three I was like well that's easy you got your mortgage plus that they were also receiving a lot of emails today about build a bear the news broke don and I will be heading over there sometime soon because you'll soon be able to make baby Yoda at build a bear so he had that in my journal urge I know so I'm very excited we're get I'm just getting a lot of emails about that so thanks barb and dog gone Hilton for letting us know about I love the people know it so well that they even all the toys were gonna buy so six thirty seven yesterday speaking of things you want to buy a don told us and Kenny and I wanted to run right out to the art gallery to buy it don told us about a Britney spears art show and can unite we're excited I booked a point for us we're going to go down to the gallery a Cup some art but don we may I may have to ask for a refund for my plane ticket yeah because I heard people say that this is not actually a thing that's not a part of it it's gallery simple in France they first of nouns that this exhibit last week they said Hey it's sometimes you just gotta play Britney spears artwork on display and then they put in the video for painting this picture this painting a it was a viral Instagram video that they basically I guess ripped off or reposted now I saw the painting can he looked up and said it was like a fifth grade is something more even maybe second grade judges doodling on a notebook is what it looks like so the real truth about that painting is that she sold that painting for ten thousand dollars at an auction in Las Vegas in two thousand seventeen to raise funds for the victims of the route ninety one harvest music festival mass shooting home okay so that was already it's already been sold so their little son tear it coincides with the debut of her album baby one more time on January twelfth so it was supposed to be this last Saturday they said we're thrilled to announce that we will be opening Britney spears first solo show in a contemporary art gallery on Saturday the eighteenth of January eighteenth of January twenty twenty they made the announcement on the twelfth from six to nine PM hashtag Britney spears of sometimes you just got to play soul you know of course they get a lot of reporters calling in asking about this yeah and after that went viral she responded to the controversy on social media and declared that this is not it's it's not true and she isn't exhibiting her art there and there's really no answer from the gallery as to why they did this wait when is the album release well the album was released twenty one years ago the day that they posted this on the twelfth but they're saying Hey this is you know there's going to be an exhibit they even it's just like that's not true it's not happening and they're basically just using the image and Britney spears to just bring attention to their gallery now they've backed off because people are like you've got a follow through with this you can just put something on Instagram yeah I can say it's happening when you don't have permission there's no rules well that's crappy it is crappy well can a it was a joke or I I yeah I I'm racking my brain trying to figure out who's benefiting from this publicity it and other than the art gallery this yeah and there's not like a world police for the internet you know it's like Instagram I guess could take it demand that they take it down or suspend their account but this is kind of new territory I mean people use celebrities images and then they get in trouble for it you know as far as like if they use photos there's retribution for that Sager for involved but this is just like sort of like a host of her her her post in saying that she's a part of it but its does its not based in fact that's crazy well they're not answering now well in the old white belt I Gee I wonder why screwed up I think yeah now come on amid Britney doesn't need this leave hi ed leave Britney alone just let her do her exercise Instagram video letter to crappy paintings in a balcony and just things like don't make fun of her just all letter to that she's just trying to be happy in our lives don't take it the I don't take.

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The 2020 PS4 Games We Can't Wait to Play

Beyond!

04:28 min | 2 years ago

The 2020 PS4 Games We Can't Wait to Play

"The game awards the last week to go from the show airs. We saw a hefty goes to sue SHEMA trailer with a summer. Two Thousand Twenty eight. If you asked me. We're now at four heavily anticipated towels house for next year. We can open this up for debate but those four are according to Brigitte. Final Fantasy seven remake cyberpunk twenty seventy seven. The last of us are to an Shema when I I would like to ask the beyond crews this if you could only choose one of those four games to play next year. which would it be and why Virginia's first and says F F seven remake? Because I think it's still one of the greatest of all time. Thanks all the great content on the show each week and happy holidays cyberpunk. Yeah that's that's the answer. It's I think it's the most hosts new thing despite the fact that we've gotten eight hundred things cyberpunk shaped and we've also gotten a million games with cyberpunk in the press release. That's the one that feels was like a brand new thing. It feels like the most sort of future facing in terms of like this is a whole new generation video games. I the last of us is one of my favorite games of all time If it had never gotten a sequel I would have been perfectly happy because it was it had a perfect ending for me. It is the loss of us. Just because I think naughty dog are the best storytellers the AAA space. And like knowing that this sequel exists and not knowing where that story was going to be taken destroy Oye Mi and I would never recover. It would kill me not knowing where they take him. I agree with you Altana like if there there was never a sequel. I would be fine with that but the fact is like if I knew that in this alternate reality if I knew that that game existed yet I just couldn't play it like I would did. I would go crazy and this alternate reality. All four games are still coming out. You just only get to play one. Oh Santa telling you wouldn't I wouldn't. I wouldn't get to experience it. That's the thing like what some like some really telling what like in five minutes about products products that I actually hit that. We're going to have to make last of us to ending. Explain some sort of like feature feature. You'll Middle Ages ages on them sort of elderly Irish lady I got I got really excited. About fantasy seven remake. I think some new screen shots were kicking around and I just I was kind of looking at the being like holy crap. We're getting this like we're eating this soon. And that's GonNa be the beginning of that of that game and like I have really fond memories of the original Movin Ninety seven I've tried to go back and replay it and it's just it's rough. Yeah it's just one of those games like many games on the original playstation. That is just so beautiful in your head and then you play them again and it's like Oh dear new Evidence new curve soul now but so am I.. Someone's GonNa Naughty in addition to this this list which is very good I'm weirdly I'm kind of. I'm kind of not lukewarm. I'm just like I I think the last of a set such a high bar the first time around and the fact that it is sort of. It's it's not a known quantity but it is a familiar universe. I'm so much more excited about cyberpunk just being like this. Is the thing that we first heard about in twenty thirteen thirteen. Yeah we've been thinking about this for seven years like it's nuts There's also on top of this. I was looking at the calendar. The release schedule for the next here. And like I'm excited drag Abbasi Korat. I realized it's just me on that front. No no Max. Speaking of the fact that I run features at DOT com. I need you to make some features about that place. Seven seven hundred reasons that yeah job as the best. We're trying to do a holiday here where you don't want assignments. Yeah that's held. That's the least you can't say an idea around Lucy without it becoming each. It's you know we've given me. Oh love to go sushi okay. So here's my thing is not fair running down the list of the four. I actually if the only game I can't play can play for the year I'm ruling up the last of us because on the off chance hands as much as I love the first one. It's one of my favorite games of all time on the off chance. This one isn't good or doesn't live up to that one right and that's all. I have to sit with for a year. I don't know if I could handle that. I personally chur understand why most of our offices excited. I don't really care about type of punk.

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Ann Beattie Reads Mavis Gallant

The New Yorker: Fiction

12:31 min | 2 years ago

Ann Beattie Reads Mavis Gallant

"Hi Anne Hi Deborah so you mentioned for me that you read the story for the first time last summer how did you come across it then. I'm Visiting writer at the University of Virginia this fall and I have to give to public talks and I was pulling books off of my shelf just looking for different examples. Awesome things that I wanted to mention in those talks and I pulled down the best American short stories of the eighties which was edited by Shannon. Ravenhill and I thought. Oh if I've never heard of this Mavis askelon story. It just blew me away. I mean I just loved it I WANNA do nothing. But think about this Mavis gallant store. What was it about the story that surprised you well? I could answer that in a lot of ways. I think but the way that she moves through time you know. I think I think that the liberty she takes with those leaps and it's happening all over the place I mean she. She works like a dragonfly or something. She's really amazing. uh-huh had you been a fan of Mavis glance work before that I am but you know I don't know it anywhere near as well as I should I find such immediacy. See in her writing that I always like it. I don't know why I love this quite as much as I love it. I really found this an incredibly startling story the visuals I think part rid of it. The the imagery of it. Yeah the imagery of it It's it's set Or as written unpublished more than thirty years ago. I think on the eve. Steve of the nineteen ninety-one French presidential elections. Does it feel to you so it belongs to a different era or does it feel completely undated. I did I noticed the politics of it. You know but it. I didn't know that I didn't know what you just told me. And I think that's very interesting but it didn't really seem to be an an enormous factor except to make this very believable in terms of the kind of conversation that was held. And you know the way galant tells you people's opinions the we'll we'll talk some more after the story and now here's an beady Reading Day Day by Mavis Gallant Day. Pascal Breuer a is fourteen now he used to attend a lycee but after his parents found out about the dealers in the street outside the gates they changed to a private school here. The situation is about the same but he hasn't said so he does not want to be removed again. This time perhaps perhaps to a boarding establishment away from Paris with nothing decent to eat and lights out at ten. He would not describe himself as contriving or secretive. He tries to avoid drawing attention to the responsibility clause in the treaty that governs peace between generations like his father the magistrate he will offer neutrality before launching into descend. I'm ready to admit he will begin or I don't want to take over the whole conversation. Sometimes the sentence comes to nothing like his father. He lets his eyelids. Droop tries to speak it lightly and slowly. The magistrate is famous for fading out of discussion by slow degrees at one time he was said to be the youngest magistrate. It ever to fall asleep in court. He would black out when he thought he wasn't needed and snap to justice. The case turned around. Apparently he never missed S. churning. He has described his own mind to Pascal. It is like a superlatively smooth car with an invisible driver in control. All the driver is the magistrates unconscious. Will to Paschal a mind is a door ajar or shut. His grades. Rates are good but this side of brilliant. He has a natural gift a precise perfectly etched. Memory how will he use it. He thinks think cicadas easily. Become an actor as a lawyer when he tells his parents so they seem not to mind he could turn into an actor manager with the private the theater of his own or the director of one of the great national theaters. Commissioning new work refurbishing the classics settling questions at issue. With a word or two. The brewers are tolerant parents. Ready for anything. They met for the first time in May of nineteen sixty sixty eight a few yards away from a barricade of burning cars. She had a stone in her hand when she saw him looking at her. She put it down on. They walked up the boulevard. Sam Michel together and he told her his plan for reforming the judiciary. He was a bit older about twenty six six answering his question. She said she was from all sauce. He reminded her how the poet Paul Awad had picked up his future. Wife David the street on a rainy evening. She was from all sauce to and starving and in a desperate muddled amateurish way pretending to be a prostitute. Well this was not quite the same story in nineteen sixty eight. The Future Madam. blu-ray was studying to be an analyst analysts handwriting with employment to follow so she had been promised in the personnel section of a large department store. In the meantime she was staying with the Protestant reformed church pastor and his family in rufous. Still Do Kuan Sh. She had been on her way home to dinner when she stopped up to pick up the stone she had a mother in all sauce and a little brother on me day day day Sylvia and I have known both with sides of the barricades. The magistrate likes to say now what he means is that they cannot be crowded into a political corner. The stone own in the hand has made a rebel. At least in his recollections. She never look at a newspaper because of her reputation for being against absolutely everything so he says but perhaps it isn't exact. She looks at the pages mart culture to see what is on the galleries. He reads three morning papers tapers at breakfast and if he has time lest evenings lemonde reading he narrows his eyes sometimes he looks as though everything he thinks and believes had been translated into a foreign language and suddenly back again when Pascal was about nine his father said what do you suppose you will do one day. They were at breakfast. Pascal's Uncle Day. was there like everyone else. What's Pascal called Him Day Day? Pascal looked across at him and said I want to be a bachelor like day day. His mother moaned. Oh no and covered overturn face. The magistrate waited until she had recovered before speaking. She looked up smiling. Bit embarrassed then he explained and slowly and carefully. The day was too young to be considered a bachelor. He was a student a youth a student a student. He repeated thinking perhaps that if he kept saying it day would study hard. Data had a button of knows that looked ridiculous on someone so tall will and a massive curly fair hair because of the hair the magistrate could not take him seriously his private name for day was Harpo Harpo that period of POSCO's life nine rounding ten was also the autumn before an important election year. The elections were five months off but already people argued over dinner and Sunday lunch one Sunday in October. The table was attacked by wasps drawn in from the garden. Pardon by a dish of sliced Mellon the last of the season particularly fragrant and sweet. The French doors to the garden stood open sunlight. Sunlight entered and struck through the wine decanters and dissolved in the wax tabletop in Pale red and gold from his place. Plus call call could see the enclosed garden the apartment blocks behind it a golden poplar tree and the wicker chairs where the guests earlier are had sat with their drinks. There were two couples the Trabant US older than Pascal's parents and the Chevalier cliches. Who who had not been married long madam? Chevalier Crochet attended an art history. Course with pus calls mother on Thursday afternoons. They had never been here before and were astonished to discover a secret garden in Paris with chairs grass. A Garden Ray. A tree just as their expression of amazement was starting to run thin and patches of silence appeared Abelardo newly come from Kadi's appeared at the the door and called them to lunch. She said it's ready though. That was not what am brew a had asked her to say at least not that way. The guests got up without haste. They were probably as hungry as Pasquale but didn't want to show ebbelaar went on standing staring at the top. Most leaves of the poplar trying to remember what she ought to have said a few minutes later just as they were starting to eat their Mellon. wasps came thudding outing against the table like pebbles thrown the adults froze as though someone had drawn a gun posco news. That sitting still was a good way. Eighty stung if you wave. Your napkin shouted orders. The Wasp might fly away but he was not expected to give instructions. He was is here with adults to discover how conversation is put together how to sound interesting without being forward amusing without seeming. Familiar failure at that moment day didn't unprecedented and courageous thing. He picked up the platter of Melon Crawling with wasps and took it outside. Aside as far as the foot of the tray and came back to applause at least his sister clapped and young Madam. Chevalier Crochet Cried Bravo although Bravo. Day smiled but then he was always smiling. His sister wish he wouldn't. The smile gave his brother-in-law another the reason for calling him Harpo sitting down he seemed to become entwined with this chair. He was too tall ever to be comfortable. He needed larger chairs tables that were both higher and wider so that he would not bump his knees or put his feet on the shoes of the lady sitting opposite Pascal. Father Father just said so no Marm Ellen. It was something he particularly liked and there might be none now until that summer. If data had asked his opinion instead of jumping up so impulsively he might of said. Just leave it and take a chance on getting stung. Well no more for anyone. The guests sat a little straighter waiting for the next course beef veal or mutton or the possibility of Duck Pascal's mother asked him to shut the French doors. He did not expect another wasp invasion. But there might be strays madam. Chevalier Crochet roce remarked. That Moscow was tall for his age then asked what his age was. He is almost ten said Madam brew a looking at her son was some. I'm wonder I can hardly believe it. I don't understand time Madam. Turbo said she did not have to consult a watch to know the exact time. It must be quarter to two now if it was her daughter. Brigitte had just landed in Salonika whenever her daughter boarded a plane. Madame tour ban a- accompanied her in her. Mind Minute by minute thessalonica Monsieur. Turban explained the Chevalier Crochet had spent honeymoon in Sicily. If they had it to do over again they said they would change their mind. and go to Greece Madame. Roue said they would find it very different from

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"brigitte" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"brigitte" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Hell hath no fury like a Brigitte Nielsen scored yeah the fifty six year old actress is revealing that she is not a fan of Madonna she was on that talk and he was asked about her recent late appearance at a concert in New York this singer that Madonna's you know Madonna does that at ten thirty show instead of the eight thirty show that whole thing even like on a school night she does that in which she told annoyed concertgoers this in and this is a the queen is never late that's what she tells our audience even though she's getting sued in cook county yes she did it to refile the suit here about the Chicago theatre shows he couldn't get his money back for the tickets after they were printed at eight thirty AM is going to be seeing that you get on the close to midnight that night so is suing saying consulting to their hand but wait hearing was never late is there really to Brigitte Nielsen held back no that is ridiculous and on call for yeah I don't care what's kind she's there's a very sweet fans ordinary people that take planes to spend their hot save money I'm going to see it's not okay I just a little thing in nineteen eighty seven I was at a club downtown with her and she kept stepping on my feet and I ended up giving a slap across the face six big guys pick me up and that was fair enough I mean I probably should out.

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"brigitte" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"brigitte" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Not to live here I'm gonna be honest with you I think our cars appreciate it too I don't know some days is really really hot and I don't think they're Brigitte number the most days that's very very nice out so it's all good it's all good all right let's grab us got real quick and see a big good morning Scott I was wondering is there something that plugs into the diagnostic port that transmits to like a tablet or your smartphone that gives you full of full instrumentation like you can see everything in okay you could you could put the tablet up on the dash and you could see basically RPM is oil pressure everything I'm sure there's something out there for consumers that would do that and there I there's all kinds a little plug in things whatever but we we have scanned equipment and laptops that do that Sir yes if if you're asking is the information available through the diagnostic port yes right pending on the year of the vehicle there can be a ton of information some models have lesser information but yes there's a ton information available through to plug into that which will is what we used to diagnose the vehicle well you know I was really looking because you know so many things have Indian lights and things on them now it would really be nice to have like your smart phone or tablet on your dashboard that would have all the stuff there where you could actually just monitor everything and in fact they should I even have a deal where would record historical data and show like I you could see a trend something might be happening power train control module does do that if something starts to happen it does because data there's a thing called mode six for us we can go back and look at what things are doing when and how and stuff like that so it the PCM kind of like a flight recorder box and that that that way but I don't know if there's something that in depth they just put them in talks to your smartphone though but there are things that I have seen advertised that do say it does certain things you have to kind of research that as far as that goes so yeah but I'm sure there is out there got in today's day and age there is almost something for everything well thanks for your help no problem at all Scott thanks for being a lesser of a wonderful safe we can you too take care bye bye the great stuff let's let's jump over real quick because I don't want to run out of time let's grab Mike in National City good morning Mike good morning guys how are you doing this morning doing awesome this morning how bout yourself Sir I'm doing good and we do live in paradise we just take it for granted we do we do it's hard not to though hotel yeah I know I'm okay I have a nineteen ninety five Ford F. two fifty stacked in the morning this thing in the morning I go down Mike let me interrupt you are we talking disorder gas before we get going here yeah actually okay go ahead please seven leader all right thank you it turns and won't start okay and I've heard this from other other test series even the ranger guy that had older fords so I've heard both from more than one port owner that had an older Ford where turns turns turn there for hours later all go down there start right up okay is that something anybody's heard out or not I've seen it we see the out the first thing I do on that vehicle is check fuel pressure I'll tell you right now because we seem sometimes when they're called that fuel pressure issues like that but in there can be other things obviously that because that also but they're there you're going to want to hook up all the equipment and figure out what it's doing what it's not starting so that's almost something I'd have to get somebody dropped off for the evening they can diagnose it in the morning get all the quick hooked up they try to start it we can monitor what to do and does it have the proper fuel pressure how long did it take for the fuel pressure to come up you know things like that okay I can do that the other thing is I don't know if this makes any sense but I've been in observing the truck now for over a year and it seems to be when I say first thing in the morning I need five five thirty not eight or nine o'clock earlier and to me and I've been trying to prove that this last couple weeks I have a she merely near it seems like.

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"brigitte" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"brigitte" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"You preview of Brigitte on Joe Gallagher eyes as mentioned earlier a spokesperson for the male species northeastern chapter we were we had a little message for female so awhile back about they don't understand what we're doing and just because they don't understand it doesn't mean what we're doing is wrong like a were home we're not doing things they wish they bake that the female thanks the mail should be doing what's that all about but it but this is the female and that it does not realize the does understand the mail and how could you possibly think the mail should be doing this and this and that when the mail knows isn't going to do this this or that the female should probably know that till the female does that's why I'm coming on his spokesperson for the male species northeastern New York chapter and exactly wearing an ally you have that Long Island University now which it looks like L. I. you from here what is it it's L. I II L. Super Bowl fifty two looks like L. I. you over long now the university going out with that if you want to go with the online I I three eyes two eyes to what was the L. okay what channel is fifty then I is one and then the other guys won with fifty two three things there you got the L. that there's something else and after the L. before the two eyes could you check that out for yourself that is a trophy that's a trophy okay and I thought was L. I. U. Long Island University all along because the two eyes look like a U. winter clothes Bob turn it around for you okay this is Superbowl champions and that would be man knows five full goals were great who won the Superbowl last year I remember it was the New England Patriots they did they beat the Los Angeles rams okay and a very low scoring Superbowl good for them graduations you know one know who won the year before no I don't care I don't care one last year I don't even care is gonna win this year to be honest well the same person I won Super Bowl fifty two well the same team that won Super Bowl fifty tours one in Super Bowl fifty four I don't care who would not only this year I don't care what is in the year after this year okay and I don't bills when I don't even care well I might care a little I don't care about opening season next week either you should be excited LeSean McCoy went back to Andy Reid and signed with the chiefs the chiefs cheers all right he left the bills the bills let him go the bills let him go why do them go because they have a up and coming rookie running back that they wanted to get more carries N. F. Frank gore I've been let go before believe it or not I don't believe it yeah no it's true and I know what the Sean must have gone through at the time but right away if your list on why you're not worried he's a very talented guy he had a down year last year but he's a very talented but I will I was like oh once and I don't think Andy Reid got me I mean eating a map for me yeah but in radio industry we all carry each other the more you know the better you now I see because if you get like up say god forbid you get like by mail you Gee why why are you saying I'm going to let go but god forbid why I say they are for bed you get like by W. G. why you know enough people that somebody would reach out to you and say listen you're very talented guys deserve to be online god doesn't want me to be like all right at the end I know he doesn't I mean the editor does but god does in that's what I would say to them which is the more where everything management the child does over the guy and all did you talk you're just going over with here you guys you gotta do god wants me here I know that yeah it's all about who you know in the radio business right all about who you know in football business as well okay okay now it all makes sense so if you got released somebody would pick you up in a heart beat reshape valley I am station I'm on a I'm station I got to take a break here from your love of sports Sundays at eleven AM price for granted good luck nine forty three WG one if you're ready to find an.

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"brigitte" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"brigitte" Discussed on KTRH

"His book came up super okay thanks Brigitte a barber's with us in Lakeland Florida hi barb hi George how are you doing she thank you I have talked to previously from North Carolina and have you moved yes I used to live in Florida and I first learned of close to close four years ago twenty fifteen but it wasn't until I was back in the Orlando area yeah I first was able to find has to close you kept as a companion every night because I was living in my car my gosh and this was for health reasons I would usually heard you talk about one time we were talking about wondering why people were would be waving their hands in front of their faces thank you so much in the time by the way I no longer am home right I I was approved for disability because health issues and that I had become homeless and I do not workers compensation North Carolina fortunately I and now I'm the owner of the mobile home in the fifty five plus communities in like one which is a wonderful thing good for you yes this is something that I have found is so misunderstood so many people get in judgment I had done something wrong I had to done something wrong wasn't right with god and people who I I I was so fortunate that I always had a vehicle I cannot even imagine that I would just survived especially having health issues on the street and not having one made it even rougher my gosh absolutely especially when someone has health issues unite I've paid so much attention to the home of stories most recently heard the statistics of thirty six thousand homes and streets of Los Angeles and only one third and wished and and hope that you might do a program on home with you sometime soon and you know we have to take care for homeless I think as a nation it's abominable that that we have so many people are homeless absolutely I mean you don't have to live in the Taj Mahal but we have to provide something for these folks and I think it starts with understanding and that is that it can happen to anyone and health issues are one of the biggest things that take place I know a lot of people think that everyone's just a drug addict or an alcoholic and my perception is often been wall if you were looking like that I'm just wondering order someone offering you something unfortunately I don't fall into that category I've been very blessed to have quite a few miracles happen along the way so at the same time that hasn't always been the case or a lot of people haven't thought or our handy it about what resources that they needed to tap into like the current retirement the campgrounds so that gave me privacy and the price to get a regular shower and then in fact that first winter when I was in Orlando also in my country used to live in Orlando when you when you're driving and you see a homeless person at the corner with one of those signs or something out how does that affect you our our own ways or sometimes I would I would just look at them and I the guy contact if they need to I'm almost always have to give them something because I don't even judge you know to me if you give somebody ten dollars twenty dollars five dollars whatever it is don't judge them you know in a lot of people unfortunately do like you know you're gonna take that out and buy a bottle or something like that I don't think the the giver should be concerned about that's true and and leave a person if they need to drink no I I and a bit of time in one of park which is on the north side of Orlando and this was in the starting in the summer of twenty sixteen and there were several guys on the street someone apart and it's a wealthy area and I I thought how on earth and like I was a little chance of hell and it was so much money by this guy in a wheelchair every day and and nobody's doing anything about it and Jim and search one and done enough research there's a program called housing first in Connecticut and I just did a Google search and I included helping first with Connecticut I'm sorry was that were Landau on a website I don't know what it was I just send email through the website and next thing I knew I was being contacted by the mayor's office I couldn't help myself but I would in touch with who works with the homeless in the suit and we know that he was out there and it's fun hi John well we knew they were out there somewhere we just lost and in a couple months because they had a chronically homeless you have to be for her helping yeah and in an area for a full year but shortly thereafter and helping so sometimes it's just a matter of people waking up and realizing that in those if it's about action and and knowing that it's something that can happen to anyone I'm I remember having the couple homeless people on the show before they called in you were one of them during the you that tough time period that you were talking about but I'm glad you're doing much much better we're gonna take a break in just a moment and I come back with more open line phone calls for you here on coast to coast so get ready to let your fingers do the walking and those of you on hold just to stick with us and we'll do our best to get to you as quickly as we can as well don't forget to email me at Georgia coast to coast AM dot com like us on Facebook follow us on Twitter and we've got our you tube channel going its coast to coast AM official when you do your search in the YouTube search bar coast to coast AM official that gets you the your real YouTube channel so we'll be back in a moment with more open lines on coast to coast AM don't forget to watch your TV show beyond belief with George nori just logon to beyond belief dot com your Houston news weather or traffic.

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"brigitte" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"brigitte" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Made my day you're welcome America I'm here to serve Brigitte you thank you have a good one there you go Randall route there I'm some serving the public here well she's a nurse she's got a feel that way she sees the A. D. exaggerate not the exaggerated but she sees the heightened right worst case scenario of fireworks didn't it how did who my thinking of who blew up a Jason Pierre Paul that in my given the name right who's the NFL defensive lineman to blow off his hand with a firework Jason Pierre Paul that's one talking about you lost like two fingers from a fire work his NFL career is that of a career I used to work with a guy that when he was fourteen he I think he had Caniff firecrackers and he's got two fingers on each hand now see that's that's terrible people texting in while on American come on man not everything we do in this country is perfect sometimes you know maybe maybe we can think about something else cool to do one for the to or just leave it to the professionals that's cool I mean I still don't quite get what you want to traverse like seven different counties to go see the fireworks but that's what you want to do live your life I get it let's just continue to sprinkle in some people who want to talk about being proud to be an American Tony in river north welcome to WGN go ahead tell me how are you great show really enjoying it thanks Tony how are you Sir I'm fine thank you first of all fireworks you're on American if you don't like the professional fireworks display I'm gonna have that back in there okay verily I and then you're on your own American I want you to court tomorrow okay but but in in all seriously the people blast them off in their backyard those who like the displays I get it but it's dangerous you should never have them in your hand but those a blast off things just to make noise I think they're a bunch of circles the other thing for this country it's a great country it is not the best it can be because we're not done yet and hopefully will never be done that the United States will live centuries more but it's a great country it's the greatest on earth now in it's the greatest that has ever been wells crusade Europe twice and we do have things we need to fix we have decades long hundred and fifty year old issues since the post civil war era that have not yet been completely resolved we have done so much great we we don't we we have a way to go we don't have a long way to go we used to have a long way to go we made a lot of progress we have to keep moving forward and I just can't stand it when people say they're not proud of this country the the positives of this country far outweigh the negatives and that list you read last hour god bless you man though nobody talks about it enough that it is just is just too popular not a bash for Americans to bash the US we should criticize the US to look for more improvement but we shouldn't bash it well aid here Tony afraid appreciate a phone caller I was looking I was on the air last Sunday and that was the gay pride parade and that we're still we're sitting here in the city of Chicago the grand marshal of the gay pride parade is the mayor of the city she's African American she's walking down the street with her wife and they have a child now that's not progress as far as humanities concerned she and she one of the fifty wards in Chicago she won every single war every single damn one African American gay woman the all of it and she's the mayor of the city.

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Federal judge blocks Mississippi abortion law

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:23 min | 2 years ago

Federal judge blocks Mississippi abortion law

"It Mississippi late today, a federal judge blocked that state six week abortion ban from going into effect just last year. The same judge had declared a fifteen week abortion ban to be unconstitutional and in his ruling against this even stricter law. The judge did not mince words writing, quote, here we go. Again, Mississippi has passed another law banning abortions prior to viability this law threatens immediate harm women's rights, especially considering most women do not seek abortion services until after six weeks prevents a woman's it prevents a woman's free choice, which is central to personal dignity and atoll. Any joining us for both the legal and the political perspectives on this fight are Brigitte Amiri, deputy director of the reproductive, freedom project and destiny. Lopez co director of all above all action fund and Brigitte industy. It's so nice to have you with us tonight. Thank you for being here in Kiev. So let's start with us. In the time that you have been working on issues like this has there been a similar period of this kind of flurry of anti-abortion activity in the states. Well, there's always been a flurry of antiabortion activity in the states, and the bands that we're seeing now are culmination of a decade-long effort by the anti choice movement to ban abortion. And we're really seeing their true colors instead of just tipping away at the right which they've done for many years, they're now taking direct aim at the right to abortion. Yeah. And do these laws which seem on their face lawyer, but they seem on their face to be on constitutionally seem to directly violate Roe versus Wade, but is our women, right? To be nervous. That, that doesn't mean that the supreme court won't go ahead and uphold at least one of them that they're blatantly unconstitutional bands. And I do want to make the point that right now abortion is legal in all fifty states. And we don't want people to be confused about access, but you're absolutely right. That Rovers his weight is in peril. The Trump administration has vowed to appoint supreme court justices that would overturn. Reverses. Wade. And so even though these laws will definitely blocked in the district court and the court of appeals. The real question is what's going to happen when these cases get to the supreme court? Yeah, and destiny, you know, Democrats have never really focused on the United States Senate and on the supreme court has voting issues. It's been a real frustration. And think of a lot of women, quite frankly, that they can't get this issue sailing, even among women voters have that have you seen that start to change on the ground. Yeah.

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"brigitte" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

11:10 min | 2 years ago

"brigitte" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Com studios. Joe biscuits, all of the radio Senate forty two right now Brigitte Gabriel. The New York Times bestselling author leading expert on global terrorism chairman of act for America. Her latest book is rise in defensive Judeo-Christian values and freedom. She's one of the most energetic people, and we love having around the Joe Brigitte. Welcome back to the program. You. I'm delighted to be with you this morning. Well, we're we're reading everything that you're posting. And again, we want wanna save this caveat. I if I may say, we love you if you're a Christian, if you Jewish if your mother, whatever you are we love everybody, but what is going on Brigitte Gabriel in the United States house of representatives in the United States of America the country, you gave to to run away from this this terrorism does extremism around the world. I mean starting with along along Omar what is going on Brigitte? Well, you know, I never thought I left Lebanon. I'm gonna come to the United States and NBA United States gonna be muzzled by organizations like the poverty Law Center and different organizations. Like that who I now trying to silence from servants who are trying to oppose our point of years and the only. Point of view that they support and agreement is voices like Hannele Maher who are anti semitic saying things that they should be reprimanded for. And instead the democratic side of our government that Democrats in our country are basically citing her and. Good even passed a resolution condemning your condemning anti semitism. They have to water it down so much now as to include, you, know, phobia and all of that nonsense. We are in a sad state of affairs. And this is a wakeup call for Americans to wake up and understand. We can no longer sit on the sidelines. You have to be engaged. You have to be involved. You have to call your members of congress who are your representatives. You elect them whether they are Democrats or Republicans and expressed to them that this empty semitism will not be tolerated. This level of leveling free speech, we call awaited this level of hatred animosity in the country. Will not be tolerated. We need to come together work on solutions. We may not agree with each other. We passionately disagree with each other. But we have to find a point in the center where we can come together. Debate ideas agreed to disagree yet. Respectfully walking away from the table loving country wanting the best for our country. But during the debating respectfully, not being at each other's throat the way we are now, and look what the Democratic Party, the leadership, the leadership isn't saying anything, they're folding to this person, and then proceeded to leave as well, and then a Kazu Cortes, then what they're on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine and their anti-semites, and they're in the house of representatives, and the why is Nancy Pelosi sticking up for these other gal's. Oh, yeah. You know, the thing about this Joe is that the Jewish people eighty percent support the Democratic Party, the Democratic Party, go out, they are the most active members of the Democratic Party that that this is exactly the end result. When you think you can support people because you wanna so how you are. And how you are. And you're going to elect people who are so different from you. And this is exactly what you end up with. What don't you think that the democrat Democratic Party is anti semitic? I mean remember years ago at the national convention where the Democrats through a hissy kit. I was studying with Israel. So now, it's becoming very clear where the Democratic Party stands in general. But then again, what else do you expect some people organizations like the comfort American Islamic relations are funding and supporting people like L hand, Omar Minnesota or was he the plight in Michigan. And their base and not only there, but we know having your organization called the jets back which says which basically founded to promote Muslims who are running for elected offices across the nation to help support them one election, and how fun them jet was responsible this last election to elect fifty like up lights out and hand, Omar. All levels of government. The only hear about. Apply Omar because they are such a high level and congress but Muslims elected the different offices across the country. Who shared the same sought and animosity against Israel against the Jewish people. Who I now have been elected to all levels of government, you know. And again, I I, you know, you've been on the show, and I love how you get fired up. And you're listening to Gabriel with with your Piscopo, seven forty seven in New York. What Brigitte went through what this guy went through as a child. And how you can't even may. I ask you this every time we chat and maybe shortly. Please explain to folks kind enough to listen that this is not a a rant against any one religion. This is just what Brigitte went through. She lived. She knows it. She feels it. She saw her family chastised like that. And you know, what preheat has a Christian. I see what they do around the world. I see trying to wipe out Christianity the genocide against Christians, you know. So to just briefly if you. Forgive me for always asking you this. But you have you have one of the most stellar series stories in humanity that I've ever heard as a child he could you give us a quick break that so people understand your fire Brigitte Gabriel. Or fires be up is because I see the writing on the wall the same way the writing on the wall was in Lebanon the country in which I was born and raised in in Lebanon, Lebanon used to be a majority Christian country. It's a Republic, exactly, exactly. The United States of America. Israel are the only two democracies in a sea of dictatorships in the Middle East. So loving them. Is it Republic exactly the United States? We were open minded we work tolerant. He were fair. We were multicultural. We welcomed everyone into our country because we wanted to share with them the westernize between has created in the heart of the Middle East. Muslims used to send their children to study in our universities because we had built the best universities in the Middle East. They graduated and worked in our economy because we had built the economy in the Middle East bay route became known as Paris up the Middle East. Thank you capital of the Middle East. And fortunately, all that began to change because we used to read the writing the wall when those that we brought into our country did not share our values share, our multiculturalism did not share our do unto others that you want others to do unto you pray for those who trespass against you. Forgive those who who who who? Sin against you. Christianity teaches this is exactly why in Christianity. And Judaism, we love people we embrace people. The Jews want to see Coon alarm to repair the world, the Christians wanna forgive everybody and pray for everybody. I mean, look Jesus says whoever killed one seek turned the other and the talking as somebody who's just such a devout Christian. I'm talking about the principle that made western civilization. Great. And so in Lebanon when we allowed the radical element to take control of the country because we always used to take action taking our heads thinking about putting possibly be happening. They're not gonna do this. When they declared war on us that Christians. I ended up to my home of blown up in like seventy five and I ended up living in a bomb shelter in an eight by ten room underground from the ages ten till the age of seventeen robbed of my youth. I ended up moving to Israel becoming news anchor for world news from Israel. I came to the. United States today when I look at benign it terrorist infested state controlled by LA the proxy army for Iran. How did we go in my generation allowing from being parents of the Middle East the banking capital of the Middle East to being the terrorist hub of the Middle East run and controlled by one of the most lethal terrorist organizations, which has caused a lot of the proxy army of Iran who has committed terrorist acts on four continents across the globe. So we need to pay attention. When we start seeing people spewing hatred, and our whole of government calling for the demonization of a whole group of people simply because you hate them. See we in the United States, no matter how much we disagree passionately. I do not approve of terrorism and those who commit terrorism we always differentiate between the radical Islamist and majeur. Pretty moderate Muslims will live among us. We don't pay for the white breast. We always talk about the radical Islamist are trying to carry out terrorist attack. We don't blame everyone, and we don't plump everyone in one basket, but the anti semitism. We are hearing right now coming out of our house of congress that is demonizing the Jews demonizing Israel as a state and basically seeing no pushback from all Democratic Party reprimand someone who would speak like that. I mean. Speak generality against Israel, people back now, talking this type of language who are now serving as members of congress, it's unacceptable. And that's why I titled my book arise why in defense of Judeo Christian values and freedom because it is the value of the freedoms that America was built upon is what made us the greatest country on earth. We need to be able to debate ideas. But we need to be able to respectfully do that. And those who stepped out of line, especially if they are Representative of government needs to be reprimanded. They do not need to be awarded with a seat on the foreign affairs committee where they are privy to intelligence that they should not be privy to are being they are going to espouse ideas, so radical as to face the whole country, the nation of Israel, and the Jewish people come up with conspiracy theories, that's not acceptable in the United States Brigit Gabriel's New York Times bestselling author of the book is. Rise. You gotta check out rise checkout. Please go to act for America Brigitte fired up as always girl and a man what you went through. I just can't imagine. And we always appreciate you. Joining us and sharing the airwaves with a say. Thank you. Say what doesn't kill you build character? Yeah. There you go. Thanks. Great patriot. Okay. For Gabriel right there. Seven fifty three Deb's on.

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Shutdown cancels MLK day of service programs in some national parks

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

Shutdown cancels MLK day of service programs in some national parks

"Since nineteen Ninety-four. In fact, it's the only federal holiday to be designated that way this year, speaking of national parks cleanup and planting events in parks, ranging from Washington DC to San Francisco to Texas had to be cancelled because of the government shutdown park service officials in southeastern Texas said they're trying to figure out what to do with fifteen thousand trees that were supposed to be planted in the three million acre big thicket, national preserve the park service canceled its annual big thicket longleaf pine planting event for the first time in nine years. And that's it for us. This Monday our daily production team includes Brigitte Wagner Maria Holland horse. Sean mckenry daisy Palacios in shin. Our special projects desk includes Tommy Andres and Elisa mills, an IM. Molly would Cairo's doll. We'll be back tomorrow. This is APN.

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"brigitte" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"brigitte" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Welcoming back and happy new year to my good friend, Brigitte Gabrielle Brigitte. How are you? I think you my friend delighted to be back with you this year. Happy new year we are off to a great start though, we really are. And by the way, she's the absolute tops. When it comes to being terrorism expert national security expert, her book called rise in defense of Judeo Christian values. Right. Correct. And defensive today, a Christian values and freedom and because western civilization is founded all Judeo-Christian values. That's where we get our feeders. People don't understand where does freedom of speech confirming all these freedoms that we exercise and right now, we are seeing our freedoms the route being eroded before our very is in effect on all fronts. It's true in which the weirdest thing Brigitte is that we fought all these wars. And we we did all we could become the greatest station on planet earth the greatest nation. The the planets ever seen to be honest, freedom and liberty was always the key defending the constitution was the key defending Judeo Christian values that was the key. And now we've got like high level high profile people run for office and their whole platform is getting rid of freedom getting rid of. Liberty having the government control everything we do whether it's our food or clothing or transportation, or whatever it's the nuttiest thing. Why do you think people like Alexandria, Cossio Cortez and Bernie Sanders and retreated to leave are getting any press at all these people are wack jobs. Well, because of the brainwashing has been happening in our public schools that Joe for decades now year, he's not years. But decades only know people are waking up to realize how could you lose our children? How did we lose the new generation of thought that we're gonna have people like Cortez elected to congress? But let's not surprised because she's one there were we had forty candidates on the democratic side running as socialist forty. She's the most famous one we hear about here about Sanders. Bernie Sanders running for president. Centuries. We're going to have developed socialist running on a socialist agenda for the office of president of the United States. Then you know, what we always could've ended up with him. Stabbing him in the back. I mean, he had a real shock. Let's face it. But years of education, and that's exactly what I detail in my book rides. I have a chapter in the book titled operation indoctrination where I go through the process of how our children's have been brainwashed. You decades into hating our country, resenting our freedom Weiming, socialism, glamorizing countries, like Venezuela, socialist figures etcetera, and that's how we ended up where we are today. And these people that are that are propagating socialism. Either don't really know what socialism is ignoring Venezuela where they're killing their people if they want food where there's ten thousand percent inflation. I it's it's not a good system when the government takes over all private entities all private industry. He takes over the oil industry. You see what was once a prosperous beautiful country is now garbage, it's horrible. Or you look at what's happening in North Korea. Which is just a level of socialism to be honest with you, do you think these people don't understand Brazil? What it is. Or do. You think they understand what it is? And they really want us to look like that. Well, the average young Democrats in the United States. Do not understand what that's all about. They want three everything for everybody. We all love each other. And it's all single by. Everybody's.

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"brigitte" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"brigitte" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"On any of the other networks and Robert Dhabi's right in that regard, and that's upsetting that the training command. All they want is votes. All they want us, power and control, the tenants of socialism. Now, you don't wanna miss Brigitte. Gabriel Brigitte Kona what this gal has gone through in her life in Lebanon because she was Christian, and they they didn't accept that. They bombed their home. She spent months months in a hospital, and then she comes to America, legally legally, and she works so hard. She at a riveting story. You don't wanna miss Brigit gave you're coming up. She has that book. It's New York Times bestseller rise in defensive Judeo Christian values and freedom Jeffrey lines, we'll take a break. Lord knows. We need a break. From some of the noise Ray Jeffrey is gonna join us tells what films are out there. Mike Gallagher is gonna preview what's going on. And I wanna thank thank Frankie fibers Moreno, our producer. When I say, you know, we we go talk the day before and say who would you like on the show? And let's chat with people feel if they can make it on the Piscopo show in the morning and very proud to tell you Commissioner James on the New York City. Police Commissioner we are start supporter of law enforcement, and it was a law enforcement appreciation day yesterday. And we just so appreciate our, please. And all the first responders but Commissioner James O'Neill is on the nine o'clock hour and Bill O'Reilly Bill FOX all those years. Now, he's got the no spin news. I'm Bill O'Reilly dot com. And he's got millions of followers man, bestselling author killing the SS is a book you have to read that is so heartening to today, and we're going to get into it with Bill O'Reilly today. And then I say as I'm leaving. I'll get to the guys in the second quarter after seven o'clock seven fifteen with Joe on the radio. Happy friday. Great to have you with us this morning. And then I'm with Don Mattingly out of baseball. Geek, it's I I love baseball. Baseball's the thing L, A hockey. You know, I know we're going to the NFL playoffs. But it's for me. It's baseball. And then when I would see Donnie play..

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Brigitte Nielsen froze eggs at 40 to carry child at 54

Lori and Julia

02:18 min | 3 years ago

Brigitte Nielsen froze eggs at 40 to carry child at 54

"TV has waned over the years following the. Nounce the announcement of her. Departure Raza well, took to Instagram posting didn't change just learned right. But, also, she she. Also said that she was tired of frenemies Yes she did yeah that's refers to Bethany The deadwood movie is finally happening after years of speculation today HBO confirmed that the film adaptation of the hit two thousand four western series has been. Officially green lit with Ian McShane coming back the movie will begin production in October HBO hopes to air. It, in the. Spring, of two thousand nineteen Caption Caption that subtitled. Something so you understand what is going Anyway ever? Understand, I mean besides his swear words. Maybe Kenny Kenny no I from the very get. Go I had the closed CAF I told my kid you got to watch. This turn, the closed captioning on, and get out? A, notebook because you're gonna learn some. Of the best word wearing Seriously there's a really good show Yeah Cursing, oh my, goodness not for the faint of those fellas from yanked and, boy, they they got a bad rap from. Elsewhere Mark, Wahlberg and Leonardo Di Caprio apparently didn't like, each other before they made the nineties movie the basketball. Diaries Mark Wahlberg says quote he Leonardo didn't want me for the part and I didn't. Think he was, right for the part we both had to really learn how, to, respect each other and we earned it Yes Glenk has. Been I feel like he's thirsty lately for some, reason. Maybe, yeah I think he just maybe always. Thursday Now get that electrolytes there Brigitte Nielsen who gave birth to. Her fifth child in June at the age of fifty four says she beat the odds Nielsen's talking to people magazine she says she had her eggs frozen around the age of forty because of. The methods used doctors only gave her around three to four percent chance. Of having a child using. Her own, eggs but that happens and her little baby girl was, born back in June they, kept it very secret of course, we, didn't know until. Two weeks before the baby was but everyone freezing, the. Eggs, the good ideas and my gosh yes Sure is. All right, well that's.

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Brigitte Nielsen gives birth to fifth child at 54

Doug Stephan

04:21 min | 3 years ago

Brigitte Nielsen gives birth to fifth child at 54

"Program was better tainted news focusing on the life and times of brigitte nielsen everybody remember who she is raise your hands more famous than her career is i think you're right about that and maybe her body that has given her fame and fortune she's had her fifth child not big news there except she was fifty four i husband okay so let's figure out the circle year we can follow this friday follow along at home with me you're playing bingo pay attention to this so ms nielsen given birth at the age of fifty four to child number five i husband is muttiah desi not her first husband this is just her first child with her latest has been has ever get the number straight here her husband is thirty nine hundred fifty four welcomed a daughter named freda so this is the first child nielsen is the mother of four from previous relationships nielsen has been married five times and married is so vaster stallone i think when she was doing that movie with him i forget what the name of the movie was cobra that was it yes and then she was with flavor flav or flavor what's henry hot yes that's right she had a reality show with him really and she had a baby with him do that she and flav had a baby so they didn't have a baby no budget other babies so i could get into the dangers of having children at the age of fifty four that's probably another seventy for another time because we need to get to some music news at twenty five past the hour foo fighters have helped james corden close out the late shows week long visit to london with a performance of their head festive you from the central hall and westminster before singer dave grohl took to the stage after paul mccartney's carpool karaoke aired and sat down with gordon to discuss the beatles influence on his music as well as sharon antidote about a party he attended with mccartney taylor swift that's an interesting let's see what the story is that out here okay the story revolves around a dave grohl who's had too much to drink apparently attending a party at mccartney's home paul performing a new song on a piano mccartney invited grohl to do a song for the party however grow couldn't play the piano because he was drunk and all the mccranie guitars where i think it's just that he doesn't play piano but not that he was drunk and then dave said taylor swift who was also there stepped in and started playing a song on the piano that he break he died but he couldn't place growth wife was the one who pointed out the song swift was playing was the foo fighters best of you dave told corden and they get up next started singing and he gave her credit for helping him save face in front of mccartney maybe he was remember his own talk that's not going there either musical newsy now rodgers and chic have come up with a new song and they also have announced a date for release of an album this has been twenty six years in the making apparently they're releasing the new single till the world falls now rodgers and chic announcing a release for it's about time album they've been working on that apparently for years sheik released another single i'll be there in two thousand fifteen but it's not known if that is still slated to be part of this album it's about time bride you said that he's collaborated on songs for the album the lady gaga elton john miguel manet and others said some of the songs came from his cancer recovery while others came to fruition after the debt service friend david bowie and prince he co wrote till the world followed with andersen back i don't know who's anderson pack he's an rn be kind of a newton neo soul singer yeah okay so this is something that people look forward to karen oh yeah i like it a lot it's very the.

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Brigitte Nielsen gives birth to fifth child at 54

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:34 min | 3 years ago

Brigitte Nielsen gives birth to fifth child at 54

"Windows parentheses badly need paint job rather than refusing to serve a fine person like sarah huckabee sanders the president and admitted germaphobe also added in his tweet i always had a rule if a restaurant is dirty on the outside it's dirty on the inside the restaurants co owner telling the washington post that her reasons for selling sarah sanders she wouldn't serve her included the concerns of employees who were gay and new sanders had defended the president's desire to bar transgender people from the military no surprise jurassic world fallen kingdom top the weekend box office this is a big number one opening weekend for jurassic world fallen kingdom a hundred and fifty million dollars that's ten million more than the most optimistic early tracking but twenty eight percent less than the nearly two hundred nine million opening for jurassic world three years ago you incredible to business dropped by over half and week too but thanks to a record opening it's still made nearly eighty one million dollars christopher watson abc news model actress and reality star brigitte nielsen has given birth at the age of fifty four she and her thirty nine year old husband mataya desi released a statement to people magazine over the weekend saying their daughter freda was born friday in los angeles it's the fifth child but the first daughter for nielsen who has four adult sons from previous marriages she married desi her fifth husband in two thousand six she revealed her exceptionally late in life pregnancy last month by posting photos of herself on instagram and twitter update from.

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Actress Brigitte Nielsen Gives Birth to Baby No. 5

All News, Traffic and Weather

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Actress Brigitte Nielsen Gives Birth to Baby No. 5

"Thirty wbz news time seven twenty six actress brigitte nelson is a nielsen rather is the mom once again this time for the fifth time neilsen who is fifty four gave birth to a baby girl in los angeles on friday it is the first child for she and her husband matija desi and nielsen already is the mother to four sons ranging in age from twenty three to thirty four and coming up the trump administration says the us government knows where all the immigrant children in its custody are located tina cow we'll have that story and more coming up in the news at seven thirty.

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Brigitte Nielsen Is Pregnant With Fifth Child -- See Her Baby Bump

Mornings On the Mall with Brian Wilson

02:07 min | 3 years ago

Brigitte Nielsen Is Pregnant With Fifth Child -- See Her Baby Bump

"This is a name that i have not heard since the ninety and i'll tell you how i feel brigitte nielsen she was best known for that movie red sonja and she was awesome beverly hills cop two she large big woman but i'm not a full bodybuilder she she could kill you like she she could snap you in half i i remember best from her relationship with flavor flav that's exactly what i was going to say that's how i best know them when they were on vh1's real life was i guarantee you did not watch the surreal and strange strangelove was she was on the i remember the surreal life at remember strangelove but i i i actually watched that i'm willing to bet you did not but i i that's how i saw her so i yeah so so that's where that's where i remember her who's that guy in his clocks so anyway on wednesday she shared a picture of herself cradling her very pregnant belly writing happy time positive is hashtag happiness has shed poverty positive vibes family getting larger hashtag me shake family hashtag bridge niece bridge brigitte nielsen has tagged baby bump she's fifty four years old and she's pregnant with her fifth child why fifty four years old who wants to be starting that stuff and fifty four years old man or woman why i don't a lot of people do no no because it makes a lot of men do because they're with their second family you know so men do but oh hell no i'm sure there's plenty of fifty four year old women who would view that as a blessing who thought they'll see it as a blessing be like i would do this again the presumption the presumption divorced while my time has run out that's the that's the presumption but it it hasn't apparently so i don't know i think there's plenty of people would be like wonderful i've loved this it's just i can't believe that happened this late in my life yeah i think the presumption at fifty four is you know what i.

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Actress Brigitte Nielsen, 54, reveals fifth pregnancy in Instagram pos

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:06 min | 3 years ago

Actress Brigitte Nielsen, 54, reveals fifth pregnancy in Instagram pos

"Yorkers from dangerous drivers james flippin nbc news radio former president george h w bush appears to be talkative and in good spirits after being admitted to a main hospital a spokesman says bush's doing better but will need several more days of treatment the ninety three year old was taken to a hospital on sunday when he experienced low blood pressure and fatigue hours after attending a pancake breakfast at the american legion post in kennebunkport the country's first franchise network of housecall veterinarians is expanding its pawprint and the s pat care has just signed six franchise agreements in atlanta philadelphia and pittsburgh now the business model let's veterinarians either open their own housecall practice or expand an existing practice to include making house calls mvs just started offering the franchise opportunity three months ago at the end of the year they expect franchises to open up in florida nevada south carolina georgia texas and oregon elisa's e nbc news radio fifty four year old actress brigitte nielsen is pregnant so investor stallone's x posted a picture of her baby bump on instagram this week and it's gone viral nielsen has four boys already and they are all over the age of twenty three the actress who played ivan drago wife in rocky ford has been married to an italian born tv producer since two thousand six and this is their first child together brian shook nbc news radio the latest from koa newsradio colorado's newest supreme court justice is the judge who presided over the aurora theater shooting trial governor hickenlooper has appointed judge carlos some more junior to fill the seat vacated by retiring chief justice nancy rice judson more is known for his sharp judicial mind his open mindedness and his devotion to the rule of law the rule of law is one of the is one of the cornerstones of democracy and it's one of the things that distinguishes the united states from countries like china or russia so more came to colorado at age thirteen from his native el salvador his father had been a judge there and refuse to do the government's bidding they had the flee the country in colorado his father worked as a school bus driver to support the family moore is a graduate.

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4 homicide charges in Waffle House shooting

24 Hour News

02:27 min | 3 years ago

4 homicide charges in Waffle House shooting

"And his wife brigitte to his administration's first state dinner friendship grow even deeper mayor kinship grow even stronger and may our sacred liberty never die trump also thanked his wife melania for planning the evening which he says everyone will always cherish and remember to dallas police officers are in critical condition i home depot lost revenge an officer is in an unknown medical condition after a man opened fire this afternoon dallas police chief rene hall tells reporters this evening everyone in the dallas police department and their families are hurting our officers for their families and far entire dp family because we need you right now our hearts are very heavy haul but not release the names of the officers and the civilian who were shot i'm tim maguire the suspect in sunday's deadly waffle house shooting in nashville has been charged with four counts of homicide and is being held onto million dollars bond is the ap's donahue reports he was arrested on monday police got a tip from construction workers and travis ranking was found not far from his apartment he was apprehended in a wooded area suspect pronged out he falls get on the ground he got on the ground immediately thrown himself out other detectives came in assisted put him into custody and put him in cuffs police lieutenant carlos lara says officers went through rankings backpack they saw a a silver kimber semiautomatic weapon with water five caliber ammunition a flashlight in holster on his person a federal officials says ryan king's father could face charges for returning guns to his son that were taken from him after an incident last year at the white house i'm ed donahue the new leader of one of germany's governing parties says she plans to join the protest against working conditions at amazon during a visit by company's ceo jeff bezos to berlin entry analysis the chairwoman of the center left social democrats said she would take part in a demonstration outside publisher axel springer berlin offices bezos is being presented with an award for his visionary entrepreneurship now let's says that amazon's tax practices and working conditions aren't worthy ever prize she is seeking to boost hippocrates profile after a disastrous election result last year and this decision to enter the new jim and.

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Waffle House shooting suspect's $2 million bond revoked

24 Hour News

02:13 min | 3 years ago

Waffle House shooting suspect's $2 million bond revoked

"Public safety foundation by donating point one three percent of every purchase trump state dinner dallas police officer shot i'm tim maguire with an ap news minute president trump welcomes french president macron and his wife brigitte to his administration's first state dinner friendship grow even deeper mayor kinship grow even stronger and may our sacred liberty never die trump also thanked his wife melania for planning the evening which he says everyone will always cherish and remember to dallas police officers are critical condition a home depot lost revenge an officer is in an unknown medical condition after a man opened fire this afternoon dallas police chief rene hall tells reporters this evening everyone in the dallas police department and their families are hurting for our officers their families and foreign tire dp family because we need you right now a hearts are very heavy haul but not release the names of the officers and the civilian who were shot i'm tim maguire the suspect in sunday's deadly waffle house shooting in nashville has been charged with four counts of homicide and is being held onto million dollars bond is the ap's donahue reports he was arrested on monday police got a tip from construction workers and travis ranking was found not far from his apartment he was apprehended in a wooded area suspect pronged out get on the ground he got on the ground immediately thrown himself out other detectives came in assisted put him into custody and put him cuffs police lieutenant carlos lara says officers went through rankings backpack i saw a silver kimber semiautomatic weapon with water five caliber ammunition a flashlight in a holster on his person a federal official says ryan king's father could face charges for returning guns to his son that were taken from him after an incident last year at the white house i'm ed donahue break into airbag issues with ford vw and nissan vehicles have the eye of the government ap's mike rossier report the feds have now widened probes of the automakers as a result the national highway traffic safety administration has announced the expansion of three investigations for break and airbag problems that could affect more than two point.

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Oscars Fashion - What They Wore: Jennifer Garner, Sandra Bullock, Emma Stone and Nicole Kidman

Lori and Julia

02:15 min | 4 years ago

Oscars Fashion - What They Wore: Jennifer Garner, Sandra Bullock, Emma Stone and Nicole Kidman

"All the way back the way way battle yes thank you w something let your great movie so i bet they had fun because they knew each other from that movie oh yeah and they been it all the same party cnn you get to know every day you know our favorite headline today tiffany hadish jump to barrier to meet meryl streep that the oscars and uh she really did and she did tell ryan seacrest i'm looking forward to meeting maryland asking her be my momma and she did literally john over barrier in south traffic meter jesus tara is is there called ari danny let's go lived through some fashions jennifer garner in a tell ya for saatchi if the oscar striking end or try hard now electile it was an electric blue it was beautiful f ir hair her makeup provisions on the color she was all about her hair she was giving us i am single and it vibe sohar so hard i loved it really amazing i was so wished the cash now no i saw wish that like in a coke kidman and sandra bullock had warned their hair the way can for carolina are those two word there is just something harsh when you were where your hair parted down the middle like that pin straight right now while speaking of those two sandra bullock verses emma stone who wore the best wars to louis vitton blur well sander award the best louis vitton lurk in i think emma stone in that that suit or the worst but he's saying joel's i mean i was just lazy uh was lazy and find the part of emma was the worst to you that ali the worst okay nicole kidman's big bold blue armani controversial or a lovely well all the fashion huzzah okay so like i saw the fashion people on abc out today an embassy and access live they all were going crazy for a new nicole bow down in that address they just they just love death same with my fashion soprano deborah she's like hands down yeah that that was the dress he's a barbeque aisle but i wish her hair had been like sexy brigitte bardot relegated i'd have to lauren how then it would have just been whoa ow but.

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