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Small Cities Are A Big Draw For Remote Workers During The Pandemic

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:20 min | 2 months ago

Small Cities Are A Big Draw For Remote Workers During The Pandemic

"All the remote working that americans have done since the start of the pandemic is changing the labor market. It can be a good thing for workers who can now live where they want and it also means that smaller cities like burlington vermont. Which were about to visit here could benefit from the heck your report in vermont public radio liam elder connors has more sierra allred works for a tech company in salt lake city utah and she was not expecting to move to vermont this year but when her husband got his psychiatric residency in this state she brought her job with her alread. Works remotely from a town. Just outside of burlington vermont's largest city. She says the pandemic helped shift her company's attitude about remote work i know from my coworkers. Nobody's been back to our office building since the pandemic started everybody's been working remotely and it's been going splendidly. Allred says vermont was in her first choice but it had access to the outdoors and internet. I want to be able to work on some algorithms. Some good code break for lunch and be able to walk out and take a walk down for st path or go sit by the river. Vermont has the second smallest and second oldest population in the country. State leaders have tried for years to find ways to attract more young people. Mike allred and what she likes about the burlington area its proximity to nature in generally good broadband has made it ideal for remote working. David bradbury president of vermont center for emerging technologies says for years. The state has had a small but growing community of remote workers mostly in tech building over time and these trends have only accelerated under pandemic. It's not just workers who stand to benefit from remote options companies also have something to gain now that physical location is less of a requirement marine michelini resident who works for. Ibm says remote. Work opens up a whole new pool of workers. Machelandon says her team has been remote since she joined in two thousand sixteen. And that's a huge difference in hiring someone that you've been friends with on twitter for a few years you've never met them in real life that you know that they have the skills you need you can reach out and they can join your team. More remote work options could be a big help for smaller cities. Like burlington and four vermont. A whole last year estate program offered grants to remote workers if they moved to vermont and that initiative brought in one hundred and forty new workers but this year the pandemic has made vermont more attractive to new residents. Now the question is does that continue. Jeff cars president of an economic consulting firm based in vermont. A recent survey by researchers at the university of vermont found a third of people who moved to the state during the pandemic say. They're likely or very likely to stay. Car estimates that could boost the state's population by almost eleven thousand. But he says people might leave once. There's a vaccine or treatment for covid nineteen. It's up to us to make it sticky by controlling things like you know making sure the cost of living is there that there's affordable housing options for these folks allred from salt lake city. Says she and her husband aren't planning to stay in vermont forever. We don't know yet. We will end up. But we're looking colorado montana wyoming. Some of these areas are just breathtaking. All smaller rural areas already can continue to enjoy the outdoors and thanks to remote work. Keep her job for npr news. I'm liam elder connors in burlington vermont.

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How to Work with a Professional Tiny House Mover: Pricing, Timing, and Logistics with Taylor Tefft

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

05:30 min | 2 months ago

How to Work with a Professional Tiny House Mover: Pricing, Timing, and Logistics with Taylor Tefft

"Tell Taft. Welcome to the show. Great. Thank you so much for having me. You're very welcome I was hoping we could just start by maybe you could tell us how how you got into this moving tiny houses and and how long you've been doing it. Yeah. Absolutely. So in two, thousand, eighteen My father and dumb a good close friend. had. Stated that you know they wanted to get into the logistics business and really just start moving. Cars and trailers in different units all over. And You know I I wanted to work and do it. You know and help them. So when I first started out, I did a lot of research and obviously you know instagram facebook user big time in I started seeing these tiny houses that people were building and then I saw you know sometimes people moving them I was like, wow, that'd be really super interesting to help people move these generate. Deliveries to people. All over the world. and. You know about I'd say about six months in I really started getting in touch with tiny house builders on liberation top a top line of ours I reached out to them and just told him a little bit about our. You know our our company in really it just took off from there. That's awesome. So The company has been around for a super long time, but it sounds like you kind of specifically decided to focus on on tiny houses, which which is awesome. We need tie the tiny house movement needs companies to focus on US and provide solutions. Yeah absolutely we could see there was a need for there was definitely a demand and you have to make sure you have the. The right movers move your tiny home. You know that's your. That's what you're going to be living in. You know. Yeah absolutely. Yeah making sure you have the right trucks in. Took practice runs and learning the INS and outs of different homes but eventually you know you. You start to learn it. Awesome to maybe you could walk me through. What the process is like forgetting a tiny house moved I mean. We could almost pretend that that I'm your client. My tiny houses is ear inn in Burlington Vermont and and I want to get it moved to another state. Yup. Absolutely on so it really starts off just like that. Most people either call or email they find us on you know online on Google or they are recommended to us which we get a lot of those. So the first thing I would ask for is you know he'll built the tiny home and All the dimensions of the tiny home itself. You know what's the length of the unit is at standard legal with? In is it standard legal height and transport it? Would also ask for the weight. So. Does it matter if it's self built versus professionally bill? Though it really depends We generally ask for a photo of the unit just because we have experienced obviously some tiny houses are self felt. That may need a little bit more tension and you know than others, but ultimately we try and you know stay. Open minded and still generate a inefficient WHOA for them. Got It. So it's about evaluating the do. So what? Yeah. Actually what, what do you look at in those photos? What are what are the things that you're kind of looking at? As a transportation specialist to to decide you know. What you can do? Yeah. Good, question. So I asked to send you know as many photos as they can. So I can generally kind of take a look at you know the silent trailer that they use them. Only notice a lie on sell built trailers is still. Alive people, purchase old mobile trailers, which they don't realize you know a lot of times. They don't have breaks out they don't have lights. And Mobile home tires are not the same as like sander tiny house trailers that had entered tires on them. There's a large difference dot it. Yeah. Well, if if they're listeners to this show or have read any of my books or resources, then hopefully they're not buying a used mobile home trailer 'cause that that I agree is is not usually a great idea to take a plastic and aluminum mobile home and then build a stick framed tiny house on that foundation. I agree yeah. I know a lot of people they don't realize that or you know sometimes we do have people who contract with like self builders and just wanted me on my late builders in building their backyard which again, that's totally fine. But you know with that being said, we have to think about how many tires are gonNA blow when we're pulling a mobile home trailer across the entry in. and getting magnetic lights to attach to the trailer and. All kinds of sorts of different things. But ultimately, we'll still move the unit as long as we feel it's safe and You know still do everything we can.

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Space Exploration

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

04:39 min | 8 months ago

Space Exploration

"And we have a very exciting guest with us today. Jim Green is the chief scientist at NASA. He also has his own podcast by the way called gravity assist. And he's going to see if he can answer all of your questions or at least most of them. Jim Thank you so much for joining us today. Jane thank you so very much for inviting me. The got a very well connected with Vermont. You may not know this but I was born and raised in Burlington. I did not know that. That's great but non burlington Vermont Brewington. I there're BURLINGTON's there are and I think Burlington Iowa is actually named after Burlington Vermont. So I'm well connected. Well that's good to know I'm Jim we're going to dive in because I think probably four thousand. Six thousand twenty thousand questions are coming in from kids all over the country but right before we get to the questions from kids. Could you just tell us a little bit about this? Launch on May twenty seventh. It's pretty exciting. It's very exciting. This is the first launch that we've had since with humans going up to the International Space Station since our our shuttle program ended several years ago. Now how we been going space station is not from rockets. Leaving the United States but With our of the Russians and so it's great to get back into the space business with our own rockets Of course we're we're building some really big ones. That will take us in a couple of years to the moon and there's onto Mars. We don't have to go into this too much. But when you say it's IT'S A. Us rocket but SPACEX is a private company right so this is sort of a government and a private company working together to get Americans into space so talk two thousand and six NASA decided. Hey we're gonna be able to bring what we know about space into our companies in and using that new environment where you take gravity out of what we call the equation and new things can be made we better start commercializing that means we need to be able to get more companies involved in space in the first place of course is low earth orbit and the a wonderful place to go of course is our National Laboratory International Space Station so In two thousand six we started that process of getting more more commercial companies interested in way. Indeed we now have several commercial Lockett companies that are building the capability. Take humans along with a number of commercial experiments up to space station. And while they're doing that we're going to move on to the moon and then on to Mars so it's a wonderful partnership so the the astronauts that are going next week are going to the International Space Station. Which as you said is in low earth orbit so this is not as far as the moon. It's not Mars. It's not. They're not going way out but but they're going into space and Donnelly who's eleven and lives in Saint. John's Barre Vermont has a question because Donnelly saw the International Space Station last night and a lot of people have been able to see the ISS in the sky. It's a bright light brighter than most stars and only says last night I saw the international space station fly by overhead in only half an hour it had gone from the area of the Earth where it is to the area where it is day to the area of Earth where it is. What is that like for the people on board? Well they still have a regiment. They still work hard to to Use the life cycle of light in dark that we have here on Earth on space station so indeed. They work on space station Over a twelve hour period have a few hours of a on their own to rest and relax and then eight hour sleep period and then back to the grind so to speak so on station they try to keep it as normal as possible. So you know when night comes. They turn off all the lights on space station even though we orbit the earth and we go from day to night In Ninety minutes of full orbit of occurs and that that's the that turns out to be the best approach

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Going To The Dentist

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

06:17 min | 10 months ago

Going To The Dentist

"Today? We're talking about teeth with a friendly dentist and I just want to mention that we actually did this interview before. Many people around the world had to stop going to the places they normally walk or to school back when it was easier to meet up with other people in public spaces so I went to see this dentist not too far from where I work here in Vermont. My name is Aaron main of Pediatric Dentists? Ed timberline dental group in South Burlington Vermont. So we're here in this office. That a kid would recognize as pretty standard dental office. There's a funny Lookin' chair that can move up and down and continue to back. There are some tools that look really interesting. And there's a place where you can sit or you as the dentists can stand and a place where you can get your gloves to put gloves on. So you're touching anybody's mouth with your bare hands. Can you show us some of the tools that you use? Because it's not something that we get to just hang out in a lot a dentist's office and it would be neat to know how you use your actual tools. Oh for sure all right let me show you a couple of things are cheers. Here will sit up and recline to the point where we can visualize The patients mouth better. I'll hit this automatic. Button will move the chair up and back. There's also a bright light over the chair so the dentist can see inside your mouth. While you're leaning back Andrew. Dentist will likely be wearing a mask over his or her face because they want to keep their own spit out of your mouth. We're going to talk about baby teeth soon. But do you WANNA learn a little bit about a few more of the tools dentist uses. I'M GONNA operate one of these tools. Which is what you would typically get at your cleaning motorized. Brush that you get at the dental office and I use this fancy little pedal on the floor to act to release some air which goes in the tool to make it spin. Sounds like a race car. And what is that tool? Do it spins a Special Cup which contains the abrasive tooth Polish. That we use it. You're cleaning it gives you that gritty. Feel like you're just at the beach and it's a windy day. Yeah it seems like not very spicy toothpaste with sand in it. And then they're using a tool to sort of spin it all over your teeth. Exactly what we're doing but then your teeth feels so good when it's done they're just so smooth you kind of want to run your tongue around it all the time. After you've got teeth cleaned. We spend our whole deliberating teeth. I have some tools that we use at a cleaning their shape in a certain way to fit around teeth so that they can remove Tartar. Which is plaque. That is hardened on her teeth. What is plaque plaque is? The germs in the food gets left around our teeth if we don't remove it with a toothbrush daily. Oftentimes it'll look whitish or yellow and Indo field kind of squishy you with your tongue on your teeth. It almost looks like your teeth are wearing sweaters but our teeth weren't meant to wear sweaters. But you can't even always see the plaque right. I mean sometimes you go to the dentist and they'll be scraping away and it's like well I wash. I brushed my teeth every day. They looked fine to me. And what they're scraping. Away is the tartar a plaque. That we can't remove on our own so despite your best efforts that's why people go to the dentist at least every six months to have it removed. Because even if you're doing the best job you can. They're still a little bit that we leave and our teeth all right. So these little scraper tools. They sound I wanna point out right now just so that you know kids. He's not even doing it on my teeth or his teeth. He's doing it on the table but it does sound remarkably like what it would sound like if you scraped someone's to to if you wanted some water after you had that greedy toothpaste. We can wash out the mouth with this little Straw. That's what you been doing something with my teeth and maybe you actually even scored some water. But you don't want me to swallow it and you put that Stri- and it's that suction thing but it's so weird because it sort of makes your mouth feel like it's going all of a sudden for the tool that we use to clean. The tooth is called a hand piece. Some people call it a drill and it makes a real high pitched whining noise and it also squirts water to cool it down so that we're not hurting teeth when we're fixing them and you're not calling it a drill but are you actually taking away part of my tooth when you do that. Typically you're taking away the part of the two that's damaged so you are removing part of your tooth. But the part of the two that was in really bad shape to begin with that sound might also make especially some of the adults listening. Just sort of shudder involuntarily. Why do you think some people are afraid of the dentist? There's a lot of sounds and sensations. That aren't part of our normal routine so they throw us off a little bit and being at the dental chair sitting back and having someone touch your teeth and look in your mouth really closely can be a little scary if you're not used to it so if you are somebody who feels anxious or hasn't to the dentist before what can you say to your dentist or your dental hygienist. If you're feeling nervous I would say speak up. Make make them know why you feel the way you do and they'll go through steps to help you out. I think the biggest thing is just to communicate and let them know why might feel nervous. But it's okay to feel nervous. Everybody's nervous in new situations and we just want to help you out and there's ways we can do

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Bernie Sanders suspends presidential campaign

Rush Limbaugh

00:44 sec | 10 months ago

Bernie Sanders suspends presidential campaign

"He's out Bernie Sanders suspending his campaign today for president clearing the way for former vice president Joe Biden to capture the democratic presidential nomination path toward victory is virtually impossible addressing his supporters on a live stream from Burlington Vermont senator Bernie Sanders announced an end to his campaign this bottle for the democratic nomination will not be successful Sanders again pushed his message of universal health care action on climate change and economic inequality many of our friends and neighbors have little or no savings and are desperately trying to pay their rent or their mortgage he congratulated by didn't but didn't outright call for his supporters to back the now presumptive democratic nominee A. B. C.'s Markram alarmed you're listening to ABC

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April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak

"Many renters are without jobs right now like Burlington Vermont resident jazz Wheeler who was recently laid off due to the coronavirus worried about how to pay my April one ranks and also we just closed on a house so worried about paying our first mortgage payment on may one in addition to my credit card bills also feeling the pressure Atlanta Georgia resident Sarah bush who along with her roommate have just enough money for this month's rent no idea what we're gonna do about rent the next month where that's going to come from or like Tricity bill actually Adler

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April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak

"Many renters are without jobs right now like Burlington Vermont resident jazz Wheeler who was recently laid off due to the coronavirus worried about how to pay my April one ranks and also we just closed on a house so worried about paying our first mortgage payment on may one in addition to my credit card bills also feeling the pressure Atlanta Georgia resident Sarah bush who along with her roommate have just enough money for this month's rent no idea what we're gonna do about rent the next month where that's going to come from or like Tricity bill actually Adler

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April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak

"Many renters are without jobs right now like Burlington Vermont resident jazz Wheeler who was recently laid off due to the coronavirus worried about how to pay my April one ranks and also we just closed on a house so worried about paying our first mortgage payment on may one in addition to my credit card bills also feeling the pressure Atlanta Georgia resident Sarah bush who along with her roommate have just enough money for this month's rent no idea what we're gonna do about rent the next month where that's going to come from or like Tricity bill actually Adler

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April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak

"Many renters are without jobs right now like Burlington Vermont resident jazz Wheeler who was recently laid off due to the coronavirus worried about how to pay my April one ranks and also we just closed on a house so worried about paying our first mortgage payment on may one in addition to my credit card bills also feeling the pressure Atlanta Georgia resident Sarah bush who along with her roommate have just enough money for this month's rent no idea what we're gonna do about rent the next month

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April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak

"Many renters are without jobs right now like Burlington Vermont resident jazz Wheeler who was recently laid off due to the coronavirus worried about how to pay my April one ranks and also we just closed on a house so worried about paying our first mortgage payment on may one in addition to my credit card bills also feeling the pressure Atlanta Georgia resident Sarah bush who along with her roommate have just enough money for this month's rent no idea what we're gonna do about rent the next month where that's going to come from or like Tricity bill actually Adler

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April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak

"Many renters are without jobs right now like Burlington Vermont resident jazz Wheeler who was recently laid off due to the coronavirus worried about how to pay my April one ranks and also we just closed on a house so worried about paying our first mortgage payment on may one in addition to my credit card bills also feeling the pressure Atlanta Georgia resident Sarah bush who along with her roommate have just enough money for this month's rent no idea what we're gonna do about rent the next month where that's going to come from or like Tricity bill actually Adler

Jazz Wheeler Sarah Bush Adler Burlington Vermont Atlanta Georgia
April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak

"Many renters are without jobs right now like Burlington Vermont resident jazz Wheeler who was recently laid off due to the coronavirus worried about how to pay my April one ranks and also we just closed on a house so worried about paying our first mortgage payment on may one in addition to my credit card bills also feeling the pressure Atlanta Georgia resident Sarah bush who along with her roommate have just enough money for this month's rent no idea what we're gonna do about rent the next month where that's going to come from or like Tricity bill actually Adler

Jazz Wheeler Sarah Bush Adler Burlington Vermont Atlanta Georgia
April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak

"Many renters are without jobs right now like Burlington Vermont resident jazz Wheeler who was recently laid off due to the coronavirus worried about how to pay my April one ranks and also we just closed on a house so worried about paying our first mortgage payment on may one in addition to my credit card bills also feeling the pressure Atlanta Georgia resident Sarah bush who along with her roommate have just enough money for this month's rent no idea what we're gonna do about rent the next month where that's going to come from or like Tricity bill actually Adler

Jazz Wheeler Sarah Bush Adler Burlington Vermont Atlanta Georgia
April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak

"Many renters are without jobs right now like Burlington Vermont resident jazz Wheeler who was recently laid off due to the coronavirus worried about how to pay my April one ranks and also we just closed on a house so worried about paying our first mortgage payment on may one in addition to my credit card bills also feeling the pressure Atlanta Georgia resident Sarah bush who along with her roommate have just enough money for this month's rent no idea what we're gonna do about rent the next month where that's going to come from or like Tricity bill actually Adler

Jazz Wheeler Sarah Bush Adler Burlington Vermont Atlanta Georgia
April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak

"Many renters are without jobs right now like Burlington Vermont resident jazz Wheeler who was recently laid off due to the coronavirus worried about how to pay my April one ranks and also we just closed on a house so worried about paying our first mortgage payment on may one in addition to my credit card bills also feeling the pressure Atlanta Georgia resident Sarah bush who along with her roommate have just enough money for this month's rent no idea what we're gonna do about rent the next month where that's going to come from or like Tricity bill actually Adler

Jazz Wheeler Sarah Bush Adler Burlington Vermont Atlanta Georgia
April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak

"Many renters are without jobs right now like Burlington Vermont resident jazz Wheeler who was recently laid off due to the coronavirus worried about how to pay my April one ranks and also we just closed on a house so worried about paying our first mortgage payment on may one in addition to my credit card bills also feeling the pressure Atlanta Georgia resident Sarah bush who along with her roommate have just enough money for this month's rent no idea what we're gonna do about rent the next month where that's going to come from or like Tricity bill actually Adler

Jazz Wheeler Sarah Bush Adler Burlington Vermont Atlanta Georgia
April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak

"Many renters are without jobs right now like Burlington Vermont resident jazz Wheeler who was recently laid off due to the coronavirus worried about how to pay my April one ranks and also we just closed on a house so worried about paying our first mortgage payment on may one in addition to my credit card bills also feeling the pressure Atlanta Georgia resident Sarah bush who along with her roommate have just enough money for this month's rent no idea what we're gonna do about rent the next month where that's going to come from or like Tricity bill actually Adler

Jazz Wheeler Sarah Bush Adler Burlington Vermont Atlanta Georgia
April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

April 1, rent's due: Many struggle to pay in virus outbreak

"Many renters are without jobs right now like Burlington Vermont resident jazz Wheeler who was recently laid off due to the coronavirus worried about how to pay my April one ranks and also we just closed on a house so worried about paying our first mortgage payment on may one in addition to my credit card bills also feeling the pressure Atlanta Georgia resident Sarah bush who along with her roommate have just enough money for this month's rent no idea what we're gonna do about rent the next month where that's going to come from or like Tricity bill actually Adler

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"burlington vermont" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:48 min | 10 months ago

"burlington vermont" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Large corporations Democrats however argue the Republican proposal failed to protect workers describing the outline is a slush fund for big business house speaker Nancy Pelosi the head of the failed vote signaled house Democrats will unveil their own legislation this week in Washington Jared Halpern fox news provided senator Bernie Sanders skips the vote me set in DC he teams up the congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez Ilhan Omar and proceeded to leave for a live stream from his home in Burlington Vermont criticizing the Senate proposal New York state in Connecticut lockdown as of eight PM eastern joining New Jersey in shutting down the tri state map area of the country to nonessential movement over fifteen thousand cases in the empire state nearly up five thousand from Saturday New York governor Andrew Cuomo we have fifty three thousand hospital beds available right now the curve suggests we could need a hundred and ten thousand hospital beds and that is an obvious problem some people are not listening to officials imploring people to stay away from each other gallery parks the governor calls it incentives and arrogant behavior and senator rand Paul of Kentucky that's positive for the virus America is listening to fox news one century ago experienced its deadliest pandemic the Spanish flu of nineteen eighteen infected nations around the world killing millions in the decades that's what taking the lives of millions more but none have been quite like this one of our is now a global pandemic Broadway will be shut down the NBA suspending game play frost street briefly suspending trading today it is impacted Hollywood.

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"burlington vermont" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:42 min | 11 months ago

"burlington vermont" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"From the important state of California Nancy cordis's in Sanders home town of Burlington Vermont where he voted yesterday Nancy how's the Sanders campaign reacting to these results well Tony they are choosing to focus on the positive that strong showing in particular in California and Sanders continues to insist that at the end of the day he will be the democratic nominee and look as delegate haul was impressive it just didn't give him that unstoppable lead that so many had been predicting just a couple of days ago in fact Sanders even lost a couple of states that he won easily four years ago including Oklahoma and Minnesota and potentially Maine where the race has not yet been called one of his key arguments took a hit as well Sanders has been saying that he is the one who can expands the electorate in November but Joe Biden also drove turnout yesterday super Tuesday was an even bigger disappointment for another candidate Mike Bloomberg he had skipped the first contest to focus on these races he spent more than two hundred thirty three million dollars on ads in these fourteen states and yet he failed to win a single one of those states out right and at this point it appears he's only netted about thirty one delegates compared to hundreds for both Sanders and Biden six more states vote next Tuesday including the all important midwestern state of Michigan this is a state that Sanders pulled off a surprise victory in in twenty sixteen he's hoping to repeat next week he has already traveled to the state eight times during this primary cycle and he's heading there again in a couple of days we are part of our network visitors radio on Facebook is one thing to hire good workers but it's another to keep them I'm Brian van Miller phone business there's one thing all employees have in common the desire to feel recognized by managers and co workers for hard work and according to the job resource site Inc dot com not being recognized as the third most common reason people head for the door but it's more than just a Pat on the head recognition people will appreciate should happen in the moment priest people and they deserve it and do it regularly according to a recent study by Harvard Business Review there was an average of fifty days since people said the last felt recognized employees should be given feedback frequently not just during the annual review this keeps them on their toes and make sure they're trying to perform well year round finally the recognition you give someone must be personal employees react better to a personal note or email or shout out in an internal network don't group everyone together single people out.

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"burlington vermont" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:36 min | 11 months ago

"burlington vermont" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"A diverse coalition of Americans and that's what it's going to take for Democrats to beat president trump in November the trump with the same old same old Steve casting down in Burlington Vermont are super Tuesday recap on American morning continues with Jim Bohannon net twenty till a big night for Joe Biden let's talk a bit about twelve what we have learned from a ten Kearny Timothy is a resident fellow at the American enterprise institute their website AP II dot org and that let's start by simply noting that Joe Biden has again exceeded expectations sooner or later I guess expectations will catch up with the reality of the he'll have expectations so high that he won't exceed them well what happened was thank you and Joe Biden won South Carolina on Saturday he became the anti Bernie candidate and that especially after you had the the dropping out of people to judge and Amy Klobuchar and so now you really do have a coalescing behind Biden of a huge chunk of the party that is on interstate in either the politics of the personality or that sort of style of Bernie Sanders and so that's how Carolina win really did gain momentum people use that word in politics a lot absolutely true and so you see it in the biting wind North Carolina Virginia especially Minnesota that's an upset win close Tennessee Alabama Arkansas and Oklahoma to Brighton's winning the south but he's waiting outside in the south that big data he really has turned the thing around there two weeks ago and we should take no two of what Saturday February twenty ninth was for Joe Biden it was the first time he's ever won an election outside of Delaware including previous presidential runs he's never won anywhere before now and it's right and I was in Iowa and that the caucus or more I was but I didn't didn't even meet the viability threshold he didn't even have a precinct captain from inside the stated a man from Nebraska who can't be beat precinct captain so that was a sad looking political operation he ended up then finishing fifth in New Hampshire so this really is a guy coming from the the salaries like the Washington nationals speaking in last place and then winning the World Series now Biden has on the World Series but he's certainly climbed up out of the cellar and there's a good reason to say right now he is the front runner at the very least he is in the next two man race with standard and he has the momentum behind he may well win the pennant we'll see about the World Series all right now then we've seen of course club which are and the Buddha judge out of the race and coalescing will there be pressure on the Elizabeth Warren and Michael Bloomberg after a fairly lacklustre evening well nobody can put pressure on Michael Bloomberg only is not going to be a problem yeah but there is certainly it's hard to imagine why he's running he was in the race to be the guy who could be Bernie Sanders one Bible complete now by looking strong there's not much of a case for Bloomberg say an older porn on the other hand it indicated that what she wants to do is stay in the race for the convention when in a brokered convention theoretically if the party split between Sanders on the left side of the mall electable she could be the the a person in between but yeah I do think you're going to see her donors get uninterested in that a lot of her supporters you've definitely seen people who were going to vote for her in other states like Virginia decide instead to vote for Joe Biden and some of them alternatively have moved over to Bernie Sanders so certainly she is going to be under a lot of pressure from her backers to cabal out Timothy Carney resident fellow at the American enterprise institute their website AP II dot org we're joined by Anthony Markham resident fellow in the governance project of our street dot org for those who don't know what is our street dot org how ARE street the R. street institute is a nonprofit public research organization based in Washington DC we focus on a number of different issue areas to help policy makers and the public understand issues around the country Joe Biden clearly has come out of super Tuesday with considerable momentum just how much is it that he has here he has exceeded the see the expectations in South Carolina he was expected to win not by that much vastly exceeded expectations on super Tuesday since politics is largely a game of expectations how long before the expectations go so high that he can't exceed them well compared to three days ago the divide was dead on arrival now he's considered by some to be the leading contender the democratic primary expectations are high but also expectations are high for Bernie Sanders who has been near the top ever since ever since Iowa though because of the great success that both Biden and Bernie of have support in this primary really is going to be a two person race it seems Bernie Sanders has won his home state of Vermont he won Colorado he won the Utah so it's hardly a bad night for him obviously I'm sure he expected to do better but if you look ahead to the the forthcoming schedule of contests out there just in the month of March it's difficult to find a place where one would say well that's definitely Bernie territory hello you're looking ahead the margin you're seeing states like Michigan you're seeing states like Arizona Florida Ohio coming up in the next few weeks and I think all of the polling in all of what the punishment saying the past two weeks how do you compare all that out who knows what the numbers are going to be a specially with potentially the end of the Warren campaign or than the Bloomberg campaign the all new territory we're gonna have to see what happens it's going to be an exciting next couple of weeks at the Markham resident fellow in the governance project at our St dot org fourteen tell coming up the world events cancelled under the threat of coronavirus when American morning returns after these messages Georgians and once resources director Ryan leaf has Kronos for HR payroll talent and time he's really on top of his game he even has his own hype song thank god this entire work force complete with different hours skill sets in pay grades no nobody gets enough.

Steve Burlington Vermont president
"burlington vermont" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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04:47 min | 11 months ago

"burlington vermont" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Campaign outside Burlington Vermont where we expect the senator any moment now in the meantime we're joined by ABC news contributor and former New Jersey governor Chris Christie governor it's good to hear you thank you what do you make of the night we're having so far well distances so far a big night for Joe Biden and if he's doing what he needed to do he won the state from the south he is swimming in places like Oklahoma in the Midwest more conservative areas even for Democrats but the list of the two big prizes for tonight are still outstanding what's gonna happen in Texas and what's gonna happen in California because if Bernie Sanders were able to win both of those the delegates that he's going to pick up presumably in those two states so far at this and thinking that the vice president Biden's son so far and governor Christie is Karen Travers here about your home state New Jersey this is a state where the president was campaigning recently and you know talking about flipping New Jersey blue to red if Bernie Sanders were the nominee of the trump campaign certainly feels that is something that is more possible more viable for them especially in South Jersey even Joe Biden manages to pull up his nomination him see other trend plays out over the next few weeks but that changed first state like New Jersey talk about a run that race I can't imagine the person the winning teacher see under any circumstance I just came out and I told him that so you know easy listening to you well you know he hears me he hears me on it and then he doesn't want to believe it but he knows it's true listen New Jersey is a blue state the guy give you two quick facts we have a a Republican is wanted in the presidential race since nineteen eighty eight bush forty one the first time and we have an elected Republican for United States Senate since nineteen seventy two it's the longest streak of any state in the nation so this is a blue state federally you can elect Republicans governors I approve of from morning wind twice but it's very very difficult at the statewide federal level present or send it on to win in New Jersey in football what about similarly situated states what would the president be salivating against a Sanders and and and nervous about inviting well listen I think he he he would much rather one against Sanders Biden Sanders presents some difficulties too because if Sanders were to get the nomination he would certainly have a movement behind them it's a real enthusiasm so but I think generally speaking you know we and on the Republican side would rather run against Bernie Sanders a self avowed socialists that we were against the vice president Biden Chris Christie an ABC news contributor former governor of New Jersey governor we know we have to let you run with our thanks to you and we are joined to by Steve Roberts the ABC news political analyst even if this question about Bernie Sanders of verses Joe Biden as this seems to be a shaping up to be a two person race V. some real questions about people like Elizabeth Warren what happened there stay well Warren was by the way I'm also a native of New Jersey and yeah but I am a proud one too but look I'm Elizabeth Warren never found a role for herself she tried to compete against Bernie Sanders for the progressive vote Sanders had an enormous advantage he'd run before he had a broad base of support among young people in an organization on the ground some of which would have been still there from four years ago and a and a base of campaign contributors and in some ways a more exciting figure I mean yeah and more dynamic figures in Lawrence so she's kind of trying to re brand herself midway through the election as the bridge between the progressive wing of the party in the moderate wing of the party and that never took that never worked that never really gain traction as L. as an identity the moderates were on one side and the liberals were on the other and her argument that somehow she was in the middle it it didn't strike people is very authentic it struck people as being made up which it was it was it was not how she originally crafted herself that she pulled back on some of her more of a drastic proposals on on Medicare and he just came across as someone who didn't quite know who she was and that's never a good thing in politics there but she made clear tonight that she is going to continue a statement in.

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"T. L. K. in Minneapolis Saint Paul live today so thank you for joining our network Lexington Kentucky live right now the B. L. A. P. N. Burlington Vermont in Plattsburgh New York W. S. why be and Burlington Vermont in Plattsburgh it's W. S. Y. B. S. L. dash X. one yeah FM FM X. one is FM is that right well it technically that's all they tell our network yeah tell us well anyway the tenant was considered a am and FM okay well anyway welcome to our friends in Spencer Sioux city Minneapolis Lexington Burlington Vermont Plattsburgh New York thank you very much for joining our network it is a a show where you get the opportunity to talk about what you have going on in your home we will make suggestions on how to fix it the products to use and gets back to work as fast as we can I am all about easy so we'll try not to make it to difficult for you and you can also follow me on our Facebook page which is Gerry Solomon public figure at home with Gerry Solomon Twitter's at home was solvents we communicate then we have you know the the the whole show is based on knowledge we try to give you the knowledge to get that project done if we don't know there's a very good chance somebody out in our listening audience will also jump in we have a lot of plumbers that listen to listen some of the plumbing questions we get baby their head scratchers but the we always gets me out there with the answer so will help you maintain your home a little phrase.

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12:40 min | 1 year ago

"burlington vermont" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"David is in Burlington Vermont for Carl gallops good morning David welcome to coast good morning I've got two quick questions where is the throne of god is it on the temple now and I want to know what is present book is that he claims are okay yeah well thank you David for listening and thanks again for for calling I'm honored yes move the word of god is clear and I've got a book called gods of ground zero one and that was the book just before this latest one gobs of the final kingdom is the one we're talking about tonight overall but yes gods of ground zero I yeah I'm gonna have to give a quick answer of course so I urge people that might be listening to what I'm going to say is that I've never heard that before get the book because all of the scholars and the the language experts the ancient Jews the modern Jews it's all there they get it they understand that the scriptures connect Jesus says that god says of the Old Testament says that the New Testament says that the throne of god is located in the garden of Eden in fact revelation twenty two says in the last if the last book book the last words at the restoration of all things we are shown a description of the restored garden of Eden in fact most modern scholarly translations David actually have the little subtitle to revelation twenty two the garden of Eden restored why because it says the tree of life the spare which Jesus says in revelation chapter to seven that this tree of life is in the garden of Eden never has left never has gone anywhere he says it is there when you get the revelation twenty two and it says the new Jerusalem which is the place where the river of life flows where the tree of life is and then it says and the throne of god is there so yes the original garden of Eden before the veil was thrown down and separated from the dimensional reality of this fall and birth the original garden of Eden was located and what we would now say the earthly area of Jerusalem and as a matter of fact if you will go to the temple institute on the Temple Mount today and go through that from the earliest of times the ancient Jews have said and they still say it in the presentation of the Temple Mount that the Temple Mount is the place where Adam was created and the garden of Eden was and the throne of god was which is why the temple was built right there because the Bible says the temple was god's replica earthly replica of the book of Hebrews says this of the two of the throne of god on the fallen earth and where did god say the building on the Temple Mount and what's there now the dome of the rock what is written on the side of the dome of the rock I've got this document is in my book archaeological evidence and scholarly historical evidence it's all right there on the side of the dome of the rock is an inscription that says this is where the garden of Eden was on the archway that leads into the entrance to the dome of the rock scribed on it this is the entrance to the garden of Eden and as I said the Bible says that's where the throne of god one and is the book of Hebrews says that the book of revelation says that that's my short answer but the book that goes into it in great detail is called gods of ground zero David thank you for that and let's say hi to a low eight on the wildcard line he's in Houston Texas this morning Lloyd welcome to coast are you doing well thank you to your lawn Kerr were talking earlier open up the show he said that straighten read you know rebuild redescription in find out you know how to feel Jesus but I'm not from your coworkers on your phone now there is on trying to kill welcome to Watson yes yes Lloyd thank you for asking in my friend you're in the same times online ma'am so I know how early it is for you thank you thank you for listening to this show and thanks for calling a lawyer yes listen I I deal with this heavily in my book gods of the final kingdom because I show that that it was they wrote that Satan he influence of pharaoh's strong when the children of Israel were in captivity in Egypt to kill all the male children why because those were the children of Abraham well who were very those were the ones that god promised through your speed I will bless the earth so Satan got his first hit them that they will go that the seed that was going to destroy him would come through the Hebrew line so he convinces pharaoh to kill all the male children of course that thing finally didn't really work and Moses was you know put in a read basket and he was recovered and he wound up being the delivery then we get to the Persian empire we keep going through the scriptures and again I I could talk about this for hours into giving you my short answer we find out that Haymon connected to king or exert trees he convinced the king kill all the Jews just kill them all get rid of them well Satan was behind that then when we get to the New Testament yes Harris is already those godless godless man he's out of his mind he killed his wife he kills his children because he he's just filled with jealousy and rage in the meantime the wise men come to him saying look we've been searching the prophecies we've been looking at all of the signs we think the new king of the Jews who is coming we think he's being born somewhere in this area call in your pre season so they call the man they say one of the scriptures say scriptures say well he's probably going to be born in Bethlehem and so that's just four miles from Jerusalem so they the wise men take off and when they don't come back Satan puts it inherits mind kill all the male children two years old and younger so you're right you're halfway there Lloyd that is god Satan uses the earthly realm of power that's what Paul was warning us in Ephesians six so you see L. Herod doing this but our battles not against Herod Herod is being manipulated by Satan you see Haymon doing it he's being manipulated by Satan you see pharaoh doing it he's being manipulated by Satan so you're right Lloyd you're right Herod was involved but behind the throne of power was Satan trying to destroy the seat that's my short answer and I really appreciate you asking Lloyd thank you for that let's go west of the Rockies Jeff is in Sonora California Jeff good morning welcome to coast hair was hoping he could explains more upon the wise men and the prophecy the job of it cara interesting why what how did the wood burning using black magic word the I've heard the reptilians are supposed to be somewhere able to see in demand so are supposed to be somebody listen in the future a certain extent were they using the analogy to see the future where or was it more like something along the lines of no Sir Thomas how are you have predicted properties regarding Jesus extractor good question Jeff all right Carl the the magic I any never says there were three of them does it no it doesn't it is we we get that from the fact that they brought frankincense gold and mark three gifts and so but it does speak of them in the open them multiplicity so we know that it's at least two maybe three maybe thirty we don't really know but three is a good number to work with because of the free gifts but yes there there were there were multiple wise men which by the way that word goes back to the Hebrew word that describes exactly what Daniel Shadrach Meshach and Abednego we're training for under the Babylonian empire these these Mazhar who were the who were of the wise men they were trained in all of the arts and sciences of the latest greatest in those days including the magical arts the problem was that's what got that Daniel Shadrach Meshach and then to go in so much trouble is they refused so on several occasions to to to practice and to you know to to practice these ungodly things and in so anyway by the time we get to the New Testament gel you're right I mean these guys show up they lot of people speculate a lot of scholars speculate they could even have been from the genetic pool of Daniel Shadrach Meshach and to get in the Bendigo they may have had some Jewish Hebrew blood in them because you know why else would they be seeking out the Hebrew king of kings the the the king of the Jews so the bottom line is obviously they didn't know everything they couldn't have no human being knows everything but they knew enough to get them to Jerusalem now in the meantime the dark forces are working to and again that's what Paul says in Ephesians six so it's highly likely that the demonic realm was supplying information that the demonic realm was behind some of this and was absolutely behind influencing Herod to destroy those male children born in that area once the demonic realm was kind of being in white and then figuring out that this might be where that seed from the womb of the woman would come from who is going to destroy their kingdom so I think you're on to something there Joe yeah but the depths of it the Bible doesn't describe it just tells us that it was angelic will be driven and it was demonically explored and demonically exploited and and and and thank you work behind the throne of Herod to bring about what we now know was the slaughter of the innocents and that was all done because of Satan's desire to ward god's plan of judgment that was coming down upon him that's my short answer Jeff I wish we had an hour to discuss within the cell phone but thanks again for asking all right Jeff thank you for that let's say hi to he's a first time caller Dennis's in Roseburg Oregon Dennis good morning and welcome side on the west coast of this freezing so I'll be efficient thank you gentlemen kind of a different call from a different angle number one spoiler alert anybody can Google space time is doomed and what you're going to find is you're gonna find the authorities that's actually doing the the work of the collider super collider now and what they are doing stay up already abandoned Feinstein and quantum mechanics space pine is gone now that's correct December sixth two thousand nineteen once they're interesting about that is that each substituted before time itself the idea of consciousness and that leads me to my question they sure that this whole idea hoping to make a point this is really mathematically where's the conversation is going in the next eighty one years and that's why statement comment question thank you very much for taking my call all right thank you that okay Jennifer let me ask you what what what is the exact question I mean that was interesting that was interesting stuff you just brought forward but what is the question you'd like me to address well one of the ones who wears doesn't where's the where's the where's the science is taking us are you thinking about the list because it's if the premises dog breeds and demand the very beginning so in essence consciousness is trying to pawn loans so to speak and Carl yeah okay the universe before that before the big.

David Burlington Vermont eighty one years two years
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10:04 min | 1 year ago

"burlington vermont" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"In Los angels of course I'm in the east coast studios in Burlington Vermont by the way you just got married like a month ago that's it and Monday is my twenty four year wedding anniversary so wow twenty four year difference between me and you my friend about that happy anniversary it goes by in a blink of an eye don't tell you know you'll wake up and you'll be twenty four years in your marriage I'll be I'll be an old man in Vermont and I'll have some young whipper snapper I do it I'm doing radio within California that's always tell me how old I am being mean to me I can only hope I can only hope that hope hopefully I have as good an attitude about it is you are any I I I I I you know I I take some some pretty bad cheap shots at yeah I'm not gonna lie all the time yeah that's a good friends are for the you know somebody was ever I was told we can this morning he's like well we're going to take your wife out for dinner as well there's a restaurant in your house French fries. it was so funny no that's not it how do you know that's not a real expensive place I do you know about Torres I usually if the term French fries is in the title of the place you're probably not spending more than like seven Bucks over an entire plan I called the land French fry you would think it was expensive or something like that if I mated friend sound the you know what I mean not just because I I just think you're a liar yeah I've I'm not gonna take our house French fries though but are you gonna take her out and I'll be honest jacket take out are you no absolutely not I I was just terrible has well you well I was gonna take route this week it didn't have time you know I work in a good take around Friday night but I got the I had to fill in Saturday morning so well we'll just have to put off another week side by the way it's not the big one it's only number twenty four well like it's over twenty five or anything like that I was gonna say you are the man that when asked what her favorite restaurant was you said pizza yeah so I don't know if you know and I don't know we we I I probably should have expected anything from yeah exactly exactly all right the by the way if you take a joint it's about twenty past the hour as we wrap up the entire night in college football but of course of the gift that keeps on giving everybody talking about Antonio brown I'm now a member of the New England Patriots will not play against Pittsburgh because they didn't get it activated to get the deal done in time matter of fact I think you missed a by an hour or something like that otherwise all my prediction was it would have been the highest rated regular season game ever wow if you would have been able to play for them I'm I just still can't get my head wrapped around Brady to Antonio brown I mean how sweet is that and it goes to show you I've been right about the patriots because I said the wide receiver corps is lacking I can't trust Josh Gordon the merry is Thomas is coming off a major injury at home and had a a broken thumb I like Jacoby Meyers but you know he's a a new guy a lot of question marks without offense of why. good enough to win the AFC east but this is something they really needed to do. yeah it's funny because obviously this time last year the patriots got Josh Gordon but I think everyone kind of pretended as though Josh Gordon was the equivalent of say an Antonio brown or Julio Jones or whatever a lot of mine is just Gordon really has been all that productive in really about five or six years and so make no mistake Antonio brown it's no secret he is one of the most gifted wide receivers assuming that he wants to play and he's willing to play and he's going to play and he's not gonna try to fight bill Belichick or Jonathan Kraft or whatever it's an incredible pick up I do think that to a degree he is going to fall in line I think he knows now I'm in a place where I can when I can win big by the way I can stick it to the Steelers two right not right not in week one but in the bigger picture I think he falls in line I think it's just so massive not only for the paycheck but for the entire and you know usually I wouldn't entertain something like this but do you think this was calculated by Antonio brown I do I said yeah I I a hundred I don't think that he is he that smart to say all I'll get the bird cut my contract to go to the pages because I I know I'll get fifteen million saw make half of that back in I'll take a fifteen million loss of I don't get a second yeah I I come on now really I listen I don't think that he was smart enough to I don't believe that the patriots tampered that they got in touch with Antonio brown or whatever what I do believe is that for whatever reason maybe it's just because he's he's he's you know a little coke a little loco maybe it's because he doesn't like Jon Gruden or Mike may akhir dear car whatever I believe that he actively made sure that he wasn't going to play for the raiders issue because it was just one thing after the other you already it was like there was a point where you're like okay the raiders gonna do something then they were going to suspend and then they didn't right then you know he keeps going it was clear to me that at some point he just didn't want to be a raider and was going to keep. doing stuff until they had no choice but to let him go I don't believe that he orchestrated this to get to the patriots I do believe he orchestrated to get out of Oakland right let me ask is how does this make Mike may yok Gruden mark Davis the raider organization how does that make them look right now or or do not blame them everything that happened. all they do what they do I mean what what what choice did they have Arnie I mean way way way though like you said they did what they had to do they didn't have to find him on the original fifty four thousand dollars they could they could have just said let's walk away from this thing let's just get back to playing football don't find in the fifty four thousand because if you find in the two days of miss practice it is just going to go in and has some off and then you could open up a whole can of worms that's the first thing second biggest they'd have to take the way the guarantee in the contract once they did that they pushed him too far and you knew that he would need to pay for the raiders once they made that decision that's what they could have done those things different I guess I mean Antonio brown could have also done twenty seven thousand things differently as well right I I yeah I listen my my stance just hasn't got that uses it yeah yeah all they are the staff yeah I just I don't I I just don't think the raiders had much of a choice like you had to punish him in some way shape or form I do do agree once you took away the the guarantees that there was no way that he was going to be accepting of that but I also like I don't know what they were supposed to do he clearly didn't want to be there he was clearly going to continue to do what ever it took to make sure that he wasn't playing for them make Jon Gruden mad make Mike mac mad try to fight Mike may I call Mike may act names whatever it was going to take and so because of that I believe he was gonna do whatever the pet the the raiders do what they had to do do you so you don't think may I ask what it comes out looking bad Gruden comes out looking bad they're they're just something that they had to do this and it was all in twenty oh brown's fault that I don't do you think they came out looking bad yeah I actually do what I think I think they did come out looking bad they first will they said they were going to suspend them but they never really did on either you were going to do it or you warrant that he apologized and they said okay we're not going to suspend you you know if I drop seven F.. arms on the air and say absorb observatory that really does a a you know make it all right you get to say I'm sorry and and I get punished and member with Jimmy Johnson used to say what a player said you know you treat Troy Aikman and Emmitt and Michael different than the rest of the team and and he said yeah I'd go with what you're as good as that they'll treat you defer also stores got preferential treatment that's what happened well I think he was given preferential treatment I mean it it how many guys if you missed all of training camp right or even on the opening day roster but I mean there's a point where you get preferential treatment or you get treated like a star or whatever but he comes a point where you have to put your foot down but if you're the raiders I mean you know to use here her to use your you know your your marriage analogy here and it's like you know there there's a there's a point where you can be a bad husband or a bad wife and then it gets to our our point where you may be say the wrong thing or do the wrong thing but they're also points where you have to go ahead and get the divorce because it's just clearly not working for both sides and I think the raiders got to that point today does Tom Brady have to sit him down and have like a heart to heart that let's go out to lunch or dinner and and talk for like three hours or is a cake walk dude where we're both professionals are you ready to play some football or or is there going to be a problem or or do you have to have a long talk with the guy I don't know you tell me. I don't know if they will or not I mean here's the thing let me ask you this before but on you do you think Antonio brown respects Brady about check T. or do you think for us do you really do because I think he just doesn't care I don't think he respects anybody in football he didn't respect Tom when he didn't respect began he didn't respect Jon Gruden that's my question is because like Josh Gordon he has his issues that have been well documented but he was never a harm to anyone but himself he was a harm to his team in the sense of like yeah just wasn't there right and then they have to replace some late in the season but that's all of the study but yeah but he never it was never malicious against coaches again right hello teammates right and so that's why I what I wonder with Antonio brown is yeah Tom Brady can sit him down but I just don't know if this guy is so far removed from reality that he's even gonna listen to Tom Brady I mean listen say what you want about younger and I know he's been criticized up and down the last couple not only the last couple months but what happened last year as well I mean John Junker won a Superbowl also has a we doesn't know what he's doing Mike Tomlin has coached in a million big games and Antonio brown tune him out so I guess that's my question is how long until he actually even if they sit down with them how long until he tunes them out as well so until he sits down and opens.

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"burlington vermont" Discussed on KNSS

"Across across forty seven key metrics the data sets ranges from housing affordability to school system quality to share of families with young kids all right that we saw how do we do well let's go for us going for the worst cities from okay for families will go for the bottom for fighter coming up in one hundred seventy to Shreveport Louisiana hundred seventy nine you got Memphis really yeah hundred eighty you've got Cleveland number one eighty one is newer to Jersey and the lesson number one eighty to the bottom of the list is Detroit Michigan so most of those big cities big cities kind of separates report sort of in the rust belt a little bit maybe there are some couple of more definitely top five number five Burlington south Burlington Vermont number for Plano Texas number three Irvine California number two is Fremont California and the number one best city for families in America according to one hub is overland park Kansas now over in park scores of top of his wallet are the headquarters won't have headquarters in overland park or something they're always in the top yeah these all these metrics that they throw and I think just kind of do you settle in very well for OP so you know we would that we think that this is a great place which does a great place to raise a family we commit we're number one hundred and fifty five I don't have the bottom of a hundred well that's a stupid list of them yeah just go on good deeds for others to see what you think about it but yeah pretty dumb that's my conclusion that list is stupid it just has a complete for the okay all right this is Tuesday July twenty third on this date in nineteen ninety nine I'd rather live here than south Burlington Vermont I am on that Doug never been there but I'm sure that we're better off here on this date in nineteen ninety nine space shuttle Columbia blasted off with the world's most powerful X. ray telescope and Eileen Collins the first woman to command the US space flight what do you hear from Eileen Collins anymore anything what happens to our former astronauts we know that the a Steve Hawley from saliva he's a decade you is yeah he's a professor at the university campus there's one we know about that any others we see them from time to time courses this week is the Apollo Apollo eleven landing on the moon okay what else is going on this morning up how about that story we had a a minute ago about the police officer was in a car wreck and flip the car apparently several times and was not seriously hurt that's thank you let me that's good news they don't want to when poor people get hurt out there now could have been very dangerous in the largely wearing seat belt yep gets away with not on the non you know non critical in non critical yeah this case and it is news quick while another wildlife no cattlemen get the wildlife in the brain today but we did as I pulled into the parking lot here AT and com actually it's a better come it's just part of a huge building well yeah we got a great big park at a big campus here minute parking lot a huge parking lot then once maker ridge around at one time was a bit of the world headquarters for pizza yes and I'm sure that the parking lot at that time is pretty much full and that they all these offices base in here was people little cubicles mmhm hundreds of you is that I think but anyway what I saw coming in the parking lot a raccoon I had not seen arrive never seen a **** not here in this campus for a good spot to we get a little more little lake over here that's a raccoon play now what what was the raccoon doing with all you just meandering okay seem like he was on any mission drilling to find food also middle of the night he's yeah he's probably just coming home from the wandering around in a wild night out with the boys I yeah this course is a little creek that meanders through here and all sorts of it's really it's it's nice it's like a garden spot right unfortunately I never usually you ever get out there you sometimes in the afternoon you entered yeah I'll walk around the well good upon once in awhile good for you don't use the facilities okay seven of forty one now Stephen Ted what we got coming up editor bill rose on the way and he's going to talk about what you're does future in space technology and a big meeting here yesterday and bills he'll tell us all about that coming up the morning con que in a sense here it comes.

"burlington vermont" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"burlington vermont" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

"We label all different things. Take him right to the shop draw from in their cooler just like that it's slick and easy. But people think it's a lot more work. But it's reality is we've already cut off flowers, and we know that they're going to be successful. My gosh, hydrangea hydrangea into the riverside ranges, all hydrated everything. So the trucks go on routes kind of like a spoke out of the hub of this wheel. Right. Correct. Where are you going from Burlington Vermont the furthest we go south of this store is Saratoga couple of hours away to two and a half hours. We'll go west. We're going further and further west sort of, unfortunately, because there's there's there's a lot of driving between stops out that way, what is west of west is like Malone or hot Stam, New York. Upstate new up signal. The other store handles sort of southern Vermont Hampshire new London Hampshire little bit south of that. We are now starting into main from there, and this is middle midsection second. That was your rich original store that was we started that in there in one thousand nine hundred eighty two and then we just started out into into main. We've been picking up a lot of wedding shops there which has been great. So we there's another long drive. But you know, this is what the businesses days we don't have people driving like the Boston flower exchange. The Burlington there two hours away. It's a lot easier than drive there. He made we were talking a little earlier kind of jumping all over. But I wanna make sure I get this in. Boston had vibrant wholesale. Yes. Market a lot of vendors under one roof. Right. Correct. So it's still does. But had changed. They've spread out of spreading. Okay. They've changed the market itself. The old Albany street market is is gone, and they've moved to Chelsea and there because the real estate development or okay? So it kinda got a little bit decentralized. Correct. Okay. So is that caused opportunity for you? Then I think so I mean, we try to try to comedy those people that were driving to the market. In the market in Boston was a special place. I mean, we started by going there three days a week. And if you didn't get it at one booth, you get the next that exploit the differences is I have to be all booths together here. I can't not have something that they can just give next door at the basic and the luxury all under one where every yeah, every, but the fact that you said ninety percent of what you have is basically back to do a lot of analysis and forecasting. I've been doing this a long time. I don't think about it in more..

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"burlington vermont" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"burlington vermont" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"One day. I got an order of my online shop from employee at Burton who I looked up on linked in is a designer there. And she ordered a pair of my mittens directly to headquarters in Burlington, Vermont I asked, you know, hey, what's up? The why are you ordering these given the Burton already makes mittens for kids, and she followed up with things she just thinks that they're great. And and she already has a pair. And she's getting these her niece. So I was disappointed to see. How Burton was in fact, inspired by my mittens because they came up with a long patterned sleeve version the next year using took your idea, I think they were definitely influenced by my idea. It's a mitten with a long sleeve on the end. So that it stays on a double band Welt at the top. So they stay on even better. But that having been. Said there are two other companies in the United States that make a long-sleeved mitten also and all of us happened to have patents on our design. But I think that mine are a little bit special because I knit patterns in them and Burton knit patterns into. There's a new patent on your midst. When Burton is borrowed your design. I no no I was in patent pending at that point. I was applying in Canada and in the United States and their lawyer mocked me for not having the patent yet saying I didn't actually have any protection and given that it was an appeal. She was rather. Sure, I was never gonna get it what they said to your your judges that they took your idea. You know, here's the thing. I've been very clear in my language that I feel like we collaborated, but that I didn't benefit the, you know, Carol this thing is not really saying very much. They're just saying we disagree. And we don't wanna do anything about it. It. There is a statement to the CBC from Donna carpenter. She says Burton has done nothing wrong as far as patents. Go and multiple brands make gloves emits with extended cuffs. So what do you say to that? That's the thing she wants to stick to the patent conversation. Which is interesting given that they have no electoral property rights that would be Burton. But there are three companies that do what I'm requiring of her or not really requiring. But man, I would really like it. If she was just the person that she said, she was on the radio like that clip. You played like, I don't need you to be a patent expert. I need you to be like a regular people expert and tell me that this passes the smell test. 'cause I don't think it does. I just don't think it does. I just want her to be decent using. It was hypocrisy for her to say that of the highest of the highest order and heartbreaking because I come from skateboarding and snowboarding so worked in a skate shop for years. I'm shaking by like, I'm really. Devastated to think that that, you know, this company that was small at one point two is this is where they are. And I just don't know what to say and letter she sent Donna carpenter said sent you. She said you sound like the definition of Burton girl. I know I'm truly sorry. Our actions upset you. I was very touched by what you said about your daughters, and the snow suits, and and is would love to restore your faith Innis. So if there's anything I can do for you or your daughter's, please, let us know. I know what a burn. Hey, like, she got really personal with me, you know. And and I was personal with her because I believed I believed everything she said, I mean, I feel like a fool in so many ways, you know, some kind of recognition would have been I think appropriate and yet when I asked for it. Donna carpenter went out over weight at try and make me feel embarrassed for standing up for myself. All right. We will leave it there. Ms mount appreciate speaking with you. And thanks for listening to the show. Hey, pleasure. By that was Annemarie amount. Fort the designer of Mimi tens we reached MS mount fort in Toronto..

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"burlington vermont" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"burlington vermont" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Happens to be a very good person. And I think it's very sad. What they've done the ball Manafort, and in assign Manafort is angling for a pardon. His attorney has taken the unusual step of updating the president's legal team on what the special. Council is asking about Manafort has spoken to Muller's office. Several times since entering a plea deal in September a deal. Federal investigators said this week he violated by lying after the president's Twitter attack against the special counsel Republican Senator Jeff flake demanded a vote on a Bill to protect a special counsel. But it was blocked by fellow Republican Senator Mike Lee that is Paula Reid. Nancy Pelosi was nominated yesterday by House Democrats to become speaker in the new congress, but she still faces a showdown vote in January. She ran unopposed as the nominee despite unrest from some clamoring for new leadership Pelosi will need to hundred eighteen votes to be elected Democrats will have at least two hundred thirty three vote majority. But some have said they won't vote for her. Meanwhile, democrat Barbara Lee of Oakland has lost her bid for a house leadership job, political is California. Playbook reporter Carla Marinucci the second time, she's lost the election to be a democratic leadership post it last time around she lost it by two votes. This time by ten the fact is she's still a progressive icon, but just didn't make it this time around. And I think that's an example of shifting generational. You know interest in the house, congressman Hakim Jeffries of New York won the race to lead the black caucus for the next two years congresswoman Lee says she believes sexism and ageism were barriers. She says there are still glass ceilings to break and San Francisco supervisor Jane, Kim will be a featured speaker at the Sanders institute gathering organized by the think tank founded by Jane Sanders, the wife of Bernie Sanders, the gathering ten the gathering in Burlington Vermont runs from today through Saturday and will include an array of. Progressive leaders the head of the American Academy of pediatrics sounds the alarm KCBS has Rebecca corral says it's been learned that rigorous background checks are not being conducted on the adults overseeing children at a Texas migrant camp in the rush to expand the tornado detention camp for migrant teens, the health and human services official decided not to require that staff. Working with children must be subjected to FBI fingerprint checks the system that would filter out child. Predators are people who lie about their background. So they can get unfettered access to kid adolescents are vulnerable, especially kids who are migrants and coming through from other countries American Academy of pediatrics president Dr Colleen craft says, we wouldn't dream of letting just anyone work at a public school much less at twenty four seven detention center. Whether grownups are in the kids sleeping, quarters, bathrooms, showers and other private settings. And she wonders who approved the questionable conditions at this camp where they've locked up thousands of. Kids. Enters colleagues. Tell us that there are lights on twenty four seven. They're open toilets. There's not enough food and water fees are traumatizing situations for children, dozens of questionable incidents have been reported involving staff and the kids Rebecca chorale KCBS, the pay gap between men and women is much wider than previously thought. The latest numbers found that women made eighty cents for every dollar paid to men, but new research suggests that it may be as low as forty nine cents CBS news anchor. Jeff glor- ask financial contributor Mellody Hobson about that new number. It's a more precise number so more. Specifically, the old number looked at men and women who worked uninterrupted over the course of the year, the new number takes into consideration. The fact that a woman is much more likely over the course of the year to step out to have a child raise a child or take care of an aging or elderly parent, and that's how they get to forty nine cents. So what's the takeaway here for companies? Melody, I talked to HR executives of fortune five hundred companies, and they said one they weren't surprised by the difference. Secondly, they said it puts more pressure on companies to be vigilant about things like offering paid time off for primary and secondary caregivers by having backup. Childcare plans for people who work for them wellness centers to keep employees happy healthy as well as their families teve re entry points for women who do step out of the workforce. So that they can come back in without falling way backwards. And then lastly to be vigilant about looking at their pay equity practices each and every year. Most importantly, melody, what's takeaway for women in the workforce women are much more likely to retire with less money than a man. And as a result when we think about saving we have to be vigilant. The other thing to keep in mind is to advocate for ourselves when it comes to raises and promotions CBS news evening anchor. Jeff glor- with Mellody Hobson. Then CBS financial contributor KCBS news time to thirty eight with a look at traffic this morning, keeping keeping an eye on things. Boy, it's been a busy morning to.

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"burlington vermont" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"burlington vermont" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Thousand eighteen on monocle twenty four. Hello and welcome to the briefing coming to you live from studio one here at MacQuarie house in London. I'm Daniel Bauge coming up. He is trying to the by. Based on the color of our skin based on where we come from baseball religion-based that are based on our sexual. Bernie Sanders lashes out at Donald Trump as he is reelected in Vermont. So is he preparing to take on the US? President will also explore the makeup of the house of representatives as he record number of women become US lawmakers and a little later in the program. We really do once guests to just be relaxed talk to us. We always tell them, you know, tell us just tell us anything you need, even if you don't see it house policies that it's like a house literally we'll hear from the entrepreneur shaking up the hotel offerings in Paris. And we'll ask whether China is about to become the world's most visited country all that right here on the briefing with me, Daniel beach. Let's begin with extraordinary developments in the United States. The Democrats have wrestled the house of representatives from Republican control and a record number of women have won seats in congress. There are many I as well, including the first Muslim and the first native American woman elected to congress for more Monaco's Tomasz Lewis joins me on the line from Burlington Vermont where he's been following proceedings late into the night while a good morning to you there Tomasa, what is the latest nationally? What is making the morning headlines? Well, a very being very good night for Democrats across the country as say Daniel, they have regained control of the house of representatives. They weren't able to regain control of the Senate. But that was looking like a total order, given the breakdown of the the parts of the United States that were were voting in yesterday's midterm elections that that was going to be the case, I think the fact that as you say. Hey, there have been so many first we were told in the run-up to this midterm election on choose day that the Democrats had a record number of I in terms of candidates, and I think the Democrats will be cheered that a lot of those candidates made made it through on election day. And I think it will be vindication of sorts for the kind of messaging the Democrats have put forward so far. I think what will be interesting to look at now is what the Democrats do with the power in the house of representatives. They have now won and looking ahead to twenty twenty what the kind of conversation internally with the Democrats will be we have seen this big sort of cliff. You light between the more progressive wing of the party and the more centrist wing of the party about the kind of direction the party should go in. I think actually both sides will feel very vindicated by the results that coming in so far. So we'll have to see how the resolves itself in the run-up to. Thousand twenty what are your big takeaways from last night?.

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"burlington vermont" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"burlington vermont" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Years bill in burlington vermont good evening bill hey how are you jim i'm well this one's way out there but you know the way presidents are going you know it's not important what sex they are what what's important as what sex well we haven't quite had that one injected into the campaign yet but it's only a matter of time bill only a matter of time maybe another twenty years maybe not that long but yeah bye bye bye appreciate your thoughts all right eight six six five o jimbo to charlotte in durham north carolina charlotte welcome to the jim bohannon show cranky kerry appreciate it i too am not in love with how donald trump tweets and twitter's and all this other stuff i don't participate in that takes up too much time but i wish that you know he i just had a less of a sharp tongue and also gave more thought to what he was getting ready to say well i'll tell you this i had as my speaker at an organization that i chair here north carolina supreme court justice paul newbie in january and you will never find a more godly man a good man a qualified justice and he said look folks you know i am also of not in love with donald trump's twittering and so forth he said but this man is getting more done than you can possibly believe but it's not getting reported because the media detests ham he said now i absolutely loved and supported ronald reagan he said now if you go to say which one are you going to go out to dinner with i'm gonna pick and but which one do i want to be my president to get the most done i'm picking trump trump has gotten some things done i'll grant that but he creates enemies he doesn't need to create he again he governs by blurting and that doesn't help him i mean it doesn't help that creates problems he doesn't need there's nothing wrong with the technology of twitter it's marvelous technology i use it myself but at least i think before i tweet it's so easy to just put something down on them just fire you know and it's done and i always whatever i write something on twitter i always stop and i read it back and maybe i'll change it a little bit and sometimes i've just dropped it entirely but you gotta i think.

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"burlington vermont" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"burlington vermont" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Burlington vermont habob what's up bob in florida today tom tall congratulations on expanding your uh your listenership it's interesting day for calls i also want to go back to a tie and pittsburgh i think we'd be uh you know remiss if we didn't mention that uh conner lam running and not 18 um again's only or whatever his name is uh another opportunity to flip a seat and work towards a good majority uh the other thing that i want to mention is uh it's i i saw something flash by on facebook did i don't know if it's true or not but one of the big insurance companies just bought express scripts one of the huge may oreos edna yeah where the statistics billiondollar buyout which raises the question where did at and again fifty six billion dollars i mean obviously the borrow some of it but a lot of that money came from saying to people like you and me who might have had their insurance now sorry you can't have that hit or replacement are you in a or whatever you know well and and the generic drug that i'm getting for four bucks now all of a sudden through express scripts is going to be eight so consolidation continues to be that the two usury of the corporate world number blad you're on saw yep absolutely very very well said thanks a lot for the for the call bob wells said antonio in denver colorado hey antonia what's up hey tom i just wanted to give a little history listen to that woman from california wondering re one informer about uh basically if she knows about the both sarah apparently arm operation wet back i guarantee you she does not the 1920s repre a reputation of almost two million us legal citizens over deported back to mexico when mexico basic landfill they re they put us inherited a whole mess of problems and now they're paying for it this is what happens all i wanted to.

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"burlington vermont" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"burlington vermont" Discussed on KOIL

"The burlington vermont good evening skip a game here low you know what i would like to see a long he third you all their radio studio radio studios in what are you talking about uh dramas yeah you'll radio theaters like like this network actually had a at a there was of course the cbs radio mystery theater at the the network when we were the mutual of broadcasting system before becoming westwood one we had a similar type of programme on it was fairly were fairly well received yeah well the beautiful gucci gear gordon the renew studios hurley and your he and culinary near agreed back in pushing art bickell well i i'll put it this way i i have certain bouts of retro nostalgia as you do skip i'm not sure of the size of the mass market but you know something radio drama which is to say the theater of the mind as the old stand friburg thing which you know uh uh radio's a special media because that stretches the imagination and the other guy other actor of the public service announcements that does televisions reg the imagineasia and free because up to twenty seven engines yeah know radio drama is so old that maybe it would be new to young people one with wanna a concept we could put it on other smartphones that all look at that we can we can imagine what people look like i'm not sure if if youthful immagination necessarily that shall we say you're well exercise we may have some flabby imaginations out there but who knows here of interesting thought to say the least skip an interesting thought i don't know i it's it's worth birds worth considering i'd love to see it obviously use to enjoy those uh those radio programs and some were i still have a friend of mine sent me a list of the civil radio programmes i mean there must be hundreds of this website and use click of the various shows uh there was a great will drop was that's true but probably that law going to happen to any great extent in the meantime we have hollywood and that's pretty much it.

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"burlington vermont" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"burlington vermont" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Way bernie sanders himself is a bit of a fraud on this issue why because the socialist back in 1987 when he was mayor of burlington i'll mayor of berlin ten are by i remember those days i was up at dartmouth when he was mayor of burlington icicle as he and up their own on as a lefty that's like goat and gone into a coffee shop in burlington vermont is like going into a coffee shop in like mill valley california or tiburon or belvedere all these bedroom community san francisco uganda coffee shop there you feel like the soviet national anthem it is playing in the background i mean it is the every people working on when there's actually talking sense in asia eighty seven this was a different bernie let's listen you want to slim change fund leases control such a phenomenal sums of money so what what's different now accept where twenty trillion dollars in debt bernie he wasn't yelling bin now he did with harrell he had a very calming where you've speaking now why don't you get a little older and sure this is going to happen to me without headphones on i will i i'm losing hearing from sitting across go if this shout volume you do started to shout and i that caller we had yesterday mr if you guys missed it we had this cantankerous older beautifully position older woman colin yesterday in a somebody has to tell her it's a mechanically amplified instrument the phone you don't have to say scream every time i was trying to get at what she was saying yesterday she was delighted in her enthusiasm it was a delightful old elder she seem very familiar with the obamas by the way and how how the grandmother taught the daughters and how michelle was off the playing tennis you knew that that having been said repeatedly when i was discussing the issues of the day with her namely michelle's dropped in at this saddle in arlington virginia this hair saddle and kind of kicked off this new business how how fun it was this festive is a festive stopover by michelle this older woman named mr kept saying now i said i'm speaking why.

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"burlington vermont" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"burlington vermont" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"I've noted that that we have of treated squirrels is more suited cuddly then the say rats although there a genetically very close to one another uh i wouldn't recommend certainly ah tried to kudlow squirrel because they they may not take too kindly to a blitz they could have rabies all right to skip in burlington vermont hello oregon law yes sir whoa and what he was talking i would remind you of a weary masterpiece you want to call it that like you the that is called the jungle okay i'm not guess i've familiar with the a book called quote the jungle well now the conditions of the chicago stockyards oh in new brutality and feel that net took place there in any of your gillan noon polish if any warning wish i think it was written by upton clerical as the i'm pretty sure here could have it was it was a novel actually written in the islet did up your written in oath sex by a journalist and novelist upton sinclair ended the it did portray the harsh conditions in in chicago the dealt more would really with the lives of the people immigrants and the like they did with the of the conditions for the animals of the stockyards but yeah i know i'm the millions the book so of yeah again of the there certainly are already number of things that could be improved in that regard to even today of course uh uh chickens are are not exactly kept under a purely humane conditions either but again chickens ducks really fall under the category that i've been talking about most of us although you you if you got a chicken easter i suppose is one caller noted earlier that these pre eighty pretty warm fuzzy but the chicken we pretty much have the assigned to the category that's food that's that's tasty that's a that's a colonel sanders property right there but the other creditors not so much so for example a parrot let's say or or a canary probably not so much robert.

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