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"candy factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:45 min | Last week

"candy factory" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"The company will build a 21 100 acre tract and Travis County And we'll get millions in tax breaks from the county and local school district. The new factory will build tests is upcoming cyber truck pickup. That's Amu economist Mike Davis. Talk to Carol. These David rank and Christian de as about the big news, 20 steals, has surprised and not surprised. I'm not surprised because Austin is the kind of place that Elon Musk with love, right. It's beyond what Austin's like. It's very hi Tech. Very cool, The loving place to live. That's Ellen most country. On the other hand, we don't think of Austin is a big manufacturing center, and this is not going to be a research and development facility. They're going to build these cars down there. They're they're talking about hiring after 5000 people. So you know, a cz always with Elon Musk. We'll see. But how it works out will be interesting to say the least. Early in the conversation. Dallas Fort Worth area had possibility of seeing this move to North Texas. What didn't we have here that they did have in Central Texas? Uh, we probably didn't have the the Austin cool, you know, And I don't mean that in a derogatory way. Austin really is cool, but you know, it's It's got the river and it's got all the other high tech stuff that happens there. Um, at the university, all that kind of thing, which is the kind of vibe but Cecil wants when we talk about the Austin area. Obviously, it's very concentrated. Where exactly do we think that this is going to be? Um you mean the actual location, right? I know it's speculation right now. Well, the stories that I've heard, of course, he hasn't bought the land yet. So that may have a bearing on where it actually is the story that I'd always be somewhere right around the airport. You've got a $1,000,000,000 invested by Tesla Elon must build in central Texas. A lot of incentives. Would any of this trickle in through North Texas is this isn't going to We're going to feel some of the impact of this economically. Uh, one way or another. We certainly well, it's a big enough. It's a big enough stone thrown into the pond that some of the ripples will make it our way. And at the very least, it kind of adds to the What shall we say? The attraction the style of Texas. You know, The fact that Austin or the Tesla wants to come to Texas means a lot, especially given that they were coming out of California. So at the very least, that sort of that reflected glow is going to help us here in North Texas. That was S Amu economist Mike Davis. There's new life for a famous New England candy factory. CBS's Jim Krystle a has the details. It's a sweet deal, Amazon has opened a delivery center and a former Massachusetts candy factory famous for making sweethearts and other classics. 200 will work at the former Neco Factory and Revere just north of Boston. Neco, short for the New England confectionery company, was the country's oldest continuously operating candy maker before it abruptly shut down in 2018. Everyone that works at best Buy is about to get paid a little bit more. It's announced it's going to increase the minimum wage up to $15 per hour starting August 2nd, other big box stores have done similar pay increases over the last few months. Best buy had to lay off more than 50,000 workers at the start of the pandemic. It brought back half of them in the last month time. 24 time now to check your money. It was a happy day for Wall Street, but stocks ended higher. Optimism about a new spending bill and potential Corona virus vaccines overshadowed concern about an escalation of US China.

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reCAPTCHA and Duolingo: Luis von Ahn

How I Built This

07:01 min | 2 months ago

reCAPTCHA and Duolingo: Luis von Ahn

"Think about the small moments or decisions in your life that actually had a huge impact on how your life turned out. Maybe it was a conversation. You struck up with the person next to you on an airplane. Maybe it was a party. You reluctantly went to only to meet the person you'd eventually marry or maybe it was a decision to stay on vacation an extra day that sparked a new idea for Kevin System. It was a random remark from his girlfriend that made him decide to use filters on instagram for Blake. Majkowski was a chance meeting with a group of young Argentinian who took him to the countryside where he saw kids with no shoes. That one day inspired him to create. Tom's and for Louis Fun on it was a free lecture at Carnegie Mellon University in two thousand. We'll get deeper into the story in a few minutes but that single lecture would lead him to invent to ingenious new tools the I was capture. Yes captures those annoying twisted and blurred letters. You have to type into a website to prove your human and the second one was duo lingo now. The biggest language learning APP in the world which is now getting even more popular because people are looking for new things to do now that they're stuck at home but was captured and duo. Lingo were designed to harness the power of crowdsourcing to solve problems. And I'M GONNA blow your mind here if you have ever typed in a capture or reused dueling go. There's a good chance you've taken part in a massive online collaboration that you probably weren't even aware of and it's amazing. How Louis came up with all this but let's start at the beginning. Lewis was born in Guatemala in late. Nineteen Seventy S. Both as parents were doctors and though he was surrounded by poverty violence in Guatemala City. Louis screw up in comparative privilege and as a kid. He spent a lot of time hanging out at the family business. My Mother's family actually had a candy. Factory everybody is always a Mesa. The fact that I grew up with a candy factory they think it was like Willy. Wonka or something. I was not all that much into the candidate. Self I was into the machines because basically the candies made by these gigantic machines. That bump out I don't know how many thousands of pieces of candy per hour and basically all my weekends. I spent playing at the Candy Factory and I would They the machines apart and put them back together they would be some extra pieces after. I put him back together on that. That would be a problem but what? What kind of student were you were? You were school pretty easy for you. Yeah I was pretty nerdy basically. That was really good at math. Math was just easy to me. I what I would do during the summers is basically get either next year or you know. Couple YEARS LATER. Math books on all the sizes. Wow it kind of came easy but the way I really got good ideas by doing hundreds and hundreds exercises. That's what you do in. The summertime was bored. I mean I was an only child I is. I didn't have that much to do. This is remember this is also pre Internet pre everything. So what was I going to do? Man That's what I did was putting playing cards in the spokes of my bicycle and by jolly ranchers seven. Eleven should math books. So you were. Did you just love math? I mean it sounds like kids. Don't think about their future. They're not like I'm going to study math so I can be in tech one day like unless I've really enjoyed it. I I enjoyed it was it was like a puzzle for me by the way this is not the only thing I did. I mean I I also played a lot of video games Pirated Video Games in my commodore sixty four like floppy disks. Floppy Disk loppy discs. That's right I wanted a Nintendo. When I was eight my mother would not get many intendo. She instead got me computer. Commodore Sixty Four. And I couldn't figure out how to use it but eventually I read like the manual stuff and I figured out how to use it more than I figured out. I could buy other people's video games. And so I became a little hub in my in my little neighbourhood but these were not other kids adults or kind of basically young adults who had a computer and they would come to my house and I would take their games and give them my games exchange so then. I collected a pretty large number of video games but sh- mentioned right that I mean because your childhood sounds pretty nice but but like as a kid I guess or even as a teenager there was a civil war in Guatemala right. I mean we know that today. There's a a lot of violence there. Obviously violence in the US and other countries to but Guatemala's has been particularly hard hit. I mean did it feel dangerous when you're a kid yes it did. There was a civil war pretty much since I was born in seventy nine to nineteen ninety-six. There was a civil war going on the whole time. It always felt dangerous when I was fifteen or so. My aunt was kidnapped for ransom. I mean she was gone for seven or eight days. Wow People's cars would be stolen. I don't every couple of months. Somebody's car would be stolen in my family. Going past seven thirty PM was rare games. You needed to go out in a large group. If you're going to go up at seven thirty PM and I did my house had walls and barbed wire yeah. It felt dangerous. I mean this is one of just one of the reasons I came to the US. Actually I mean I was. After my aunt was kidnapped I thought to myself. I don't WanNa live here. Yeah and I guess you did end up leaving Guatemala for college because you went to Duke in North Carolina and you describe yourself as a like a math nerd in school and and is that what you intended to do like to do something in math. That's what I wanted to become an economic math professor. I was pretty certain. I wanted to become a math professor at the time. I thought the best thing that I can do is really learn a lot of math and I really it and I thought it was futile to learn how to deal with other people. It is interesting because my job. These days is one hundred percent just dealing with other people's problems. I'm just trying to understand the so so by becoming math professor. You thought. Hey I wouldn't have to deal with people I would just deal with facts. Data and numbers. Yes yes and you know I. I'll do math research all day long. And every now and then after class of but whatever that's like a tax That's that's what I thought so all right so you are She gets your degree and you this path to go into academia and you go into a PhD program at Carnegie Mellon Correct and I guess you go into computer science right yes. I changed from math computer science because I visited a math Grad school and what people were saying the professor was saying. Oh I'm working on this open problem that nobody's been able to solve for the last three hundred years and I thought I don't think I'm smart enough if you haven't done it and nobody's done it in three hundred years that's Kinda not for me whereas when you visit in computer science I mean this is crazy thing before like. Oh Yeah I still have an open program yesterday. Well it's a much younger field yet so that I thought that was much more exciting for me. At

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"candy factory" Discussed on Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered

Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered

08:10 min | 4 months ago

"candy factory" Discussed on Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered

"I'm going to take you back because you can tell by the music. I'm GONNA take you back to nineteen o nine and tell you a little bit about a very amazing building and this is what. I'm going to be doing here to give you an idea of how great it's going to be when we actually connect and you do get the full story because this is just. GonNa be a little bit of a story to give you some idea of everything that you need to know. But there's a lot more that you'll hear from me and you'll only hear from me when we're in the same room and of course you know connecting together on on what you're going to be doing whatever that may be so. I hope you enjoy this in any questions at all. You know you can reach me at real estate. Podcast SHOW DOT com. And you'll see this podcast in the new Toronto Loft. Podcast show linked that you'll see right on the website. CaN'T MISS IT. So let take you back to nineteen O nine in. May of Nineteen Oh nine. Licensed commissioners reduce the number of establishments allowed to sell liquor by forty one in radical step against drinking also in Toronto that year. Toronto's Thomas Invents five pin bowling. Not sure if you knew that another interesting fact about Toronto at that time actually this is Saint Catharines in November of that year. We had a very very interesting meeting there in Saint Catharines that some of you may not have attended and he didn't know about but a visiting British doctor brought the theories of Sigmund Freud to Canada and the medical fraternity here was in shock. Ernest Jones a young Welsh. Psychiatrist delivered a lecture today. In November nineteen hundred nine where he summarized the views of Freud and lustrous say the reactions involved a lot of gasps and much more so that kind of brings you back to where this all sort of started with the Candy Factory as you know it. This building was built in nineteen o nine without knowing the his tree of these places that you go to buy or sell in. You can't possibly know the value. It's just doesn't make sense to not know the history. So that's what this is all about. This building has five stories. It's two hundred and fifty thousand square feet large and it's been once. It was converted in the year. Two thousand it was converted into one hundred twenty one loss having been through many of these loss over the years having sold several of them as well. I'll tell you right now that behind each door. There is an entirely new story book behind each door that you should know about again before you ever stepped foot into one yourself. You WanNa know the stories of these places you WanNa know the the inside information you want to know what was going on here at a different time during the sixties is when the CD Candy Factory. Became sort of what this building was named after. And that's when they made those rockets and visit if you'll see if you join me for one of my storyteller tours at the candy factory. One of the things I talk about is exactly that the those rocket candies that. You're used to see them at Halloween. That's what they're from so they were there from approximately nineteen sixty three to nine thousand nine hundred ninety eight okay. It's really important that you understand the difference between a hard loft and a soft law. This would be considered a hard loft okay and there are eight elements very important elements that you have to know about. I'm GonNa tell you a few now and I'll tell you the rest when we connect on tour but what you have to have for a true hard loft to be. The case is there has to be brick. There has to be would usually post and beam. There has to be some metal and there has to be concrete. Then there's a couple of more things that have to be in the equation and again you'll find out about all of those when you join me for a tour of this building depending on when there's any availability depending on when what type of property you're looking for. I'll always make sure that you see the right kind of property for you may or may not be this building when we talk and you tell me what you're looking for Very often what I'll do is I'll say. Oh yeah that sounds like this other building or it sounds like something here and the best part about the way I work is. It doesn't matter which doors are open or which doors are closed. Because I've been meeting with these people I've been talking to these owners. I know a lot of them will reach out to me as well after this podcast. I've always got some connections of someone in the building that may or may not be actively for sale. They might be interested in moving but it might not be until someone presents themselves a very serious buyer and very often. What I've done in the past with lofts in particular is brought the buyer to the owner not to a cellar just owner that I believe might have been interested in that situation. I've done it a bunch of time. Sometimes sellers will say yes and sometimes no but either way. I WanNa make sure that if you mentioned the me a certain type of property that you're with me on these tours that you're connected with me now way in advance long before you make a move and make sure that you really know all of the things about the law stitcher GonNa get into. Do Not make the mistake of going. In and just going by the cut and paste information you might see on the web. There's so many of those world they've got the same over and over information about these places but there's not really that story behind each door especially in a building this being in one of the what I would call the top five lofts in Toronto easily. Thanks for tuning. In for all the details you can possibly need about the building about any available units. Either here or coming up or making sure that you're on the alerts for this building which is absolutely critical whether you own there. Or buying their or even renting. You WanNa make sure that you're on my customize invitation based alerts for this particular loft so you'll know within seven hundred meters of the front door when we meet at that front door within seven hundred meters of course within within the building the UNICENTER. There you want to know exactly when something comes up and you want to be made available you want you want this to be available to you when they come up because very often when they come up they may not be around for. Very Long. So you've gotta be able to again. Be Part of this cutting edge technology that I've got in place for my clients and it's an invitation only situation so you have to make sure you're connected with me to get your invites and get all set up for it and I promise you you won't go back to the other way of finding out later that your dream. Loft was sold while you were away for the weekend or something like that. I've had those calls happen. That's why I've instituted. I get a new system. That's gotten only better over the years. Thank you everyone for listening. Hope you enjoyed this walk back into time to nineteen O nine right up to obviously just one hundred one years later. Which is the year two thousand twenty one number and hopefully whatever you're you're listening to To this podcast. You'll connect with me to get all the latest information everything I can possibly tell you that you need to know about the building everything possible before you make any decisions on what to do whether you're selling whether you're buying or whether you're renting thanks for listening..

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"candy factory" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:05 min | 9 months ago

"candy factory" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"The candy factory but that's what they're telling us no injuries twenty civilians who lived down the block or twenty the firefighters but a hundred forty of them in fact I coming here in the middle of the night in this with the cold weather now we come up with the assistant chief from the FDNY's how when court hi everybody fire upon arrival the generation of the rules so we had a reason for our people and the defense of operation from the exterior right now we have continued to hold the main body of fighters not down but we still have pockets and still be working here Bridget at sixty seven Van Dam street that's the address here it's fire marshals I've also recently arrived they tell me this is standard procedure they don't believe a suspicious but I got to figure out why this happened when chef ten ten wins life during Greenpoint Wednesday's time five forty three well those winds making it tough for firefighters this morning are part of a cold snap that starts today real feels only in the twenties a cold weekend ten ten when supporters mentally been live from mid town Sam yeah the weather not all that bad for some like Spiro who was wearing a tee shirt this morning he's in his warm coffee cart and says the cold is actually good for business so when the days people want more like hot chocolate tea coffee there as well is what is so so I spoke to believe it or not and just looking at the weather comparatively it could be worse we've been spoiled in the city at least with temperatures not dipping to thirty five degrees since the beginning of April but accu weather predicting a cold and snowy winter so cabbie Khan says who take today's weather over that just me alone I got a clear my why I've been I got my daughter would run keys they don't know so it's me me and me and me I got to shovel snow and he's not looking for a word to driving in the snow either Samantha leap in ten ten wins live in mid town Yahoo is wins this time five forty four accu weather details by the way coming up at five fifty two and sports soon thirty seconds buckle up his metro is bringing you the best deal in wireless switch to metro and get your choice of two awesome free phones from top brands like Samsung LG with huge HD screens and tons of memory for all your pics and videos so hurry in the metro and get your awesome free phones only at metro plus sales tax an activation fee of course porting of eligible number not currently active on T. mobile network active on veteran past ninety days limit four per account for household restrictions apply see store for details and terms and conditions when it is time five forty five from the WFAN sports desk morning marker name morning bridge you know just about all the labels being hung on this weekend's jet's giant showdown are understandably negative given that one team is one and seven the others to win seven it will be the first head to head showdown between Sam Donaldson Daniel Jones that counts so we have that to look forward to others also sick one Barkley facing the team is father favors and the son of a former giant Jamal Adams suiting up for gangrene after he cleared the air with his coach and GM about last week's trade deadline dirt you know I told him I don't.

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"candy factory" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"candy factory" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Let's move on from video game movies to movies turned into books and movies turned into a Netflix series. I feel that we're compelled to talk about this because it is gonna go on Netflix as a series, but it's like from the movies role. Dull his movies or his books. Excuse me are going to be turned into a Netflix animated series. I don't really know how that's gonna work. There's not too many details on it yet. But some of them include trailing the chocolate factory Matilda the BF g the twits couple other because that he'd pick the Twitter the Twitter, angry fat sons, right? Are they? Fail. Sons George's marvellous medicine boy. Boy tales of the childhood going solo. There's a couple of the giant peach know, apparently that was not included on this. And lastly, but here's one here's one that's included that we've talked about here the sequel to charleen chocolate factory, Charlie and the great glass elevator. Which is a fucked up weird book, the White House scene is so funny to me. I've heard you guys talking about it on this one. I can tell no no share aren't. I'm almost in cure. He though to see how fucking stupid it looks off pages. Like off the book. I I don't know. 'cause I liked the lemony snick. It's a series of an unfortunate events what they did with that. It's not great. But I like it. And I think they could do something similar just like make each role. Dull book be like three or four episode arc. Okay. I I don't hate it. Not looking forward to doing. Oh, I want the glad I want all of it. I wanna go till this Ellen going space and go to the White House, and we live the glass LTd. Folks, we love it. It's so I mean, I have to read this. Again, we read this a long time ago coli, obviously, you remember it a long time ago the story of the sequel to trillion chocolate factory it picks up immediately where the previous book left off with charleena's whole family aboard. The flying glass elevator the goes into orbit by accident, Mr. Wonka, docs, them at the US space hotel shortly after the arrival the hotel elevator doors open revealing man-eating monsters notice for Misha's nibs, which form a letter of the word Skram. Mr. Mr. Wonka, orders them, everybody off the space hotel, it continues and ends with them going to the White House because me. You guys bad guys. Isn't it kind of depressing though that you had a civilization that can do space travel and not only space travel space colonization in a hotel, and everyone is so fucking obsessed with candy factory tattoo, just obscenely poor people crazy like they're super more. It's just like they're so wowed by this chocolate factory. And I'm like that they fucking space hotel. This is a candy factory. Yeah. You figure that'd be looking at now kind of be like in the in the universe of Jurassic world. If everyone is like more obsessed with the candy factory than the island of dinosaurs. Mr. Wonka gives the rest of the grandparents rejuvenation formula. That's it'd be like we're the fuck of you in the last sixty years like you've been going to help the family out sperm so or not stem cell candy to help the parents or grandparents willy Wonka heaven age, then as he'd been taking this willy Wonka like three hundred years old, could you? The vampire any of his any of his books. Interesting coli BF g no I remember when the trailer came out for that movie. I was very scared. He didn't look that friendly to major slickly a large giant medicine creature giant. That's right, Charlie. Chocolate factory. No, you guys have. I never liked to you guys a forever ruined it in case. I was ever going to try. What else does he have the kid the Mathilde fuck that movie fat kid, one large adult son movie? I don't know wits or whatever. The. That sounds made up. It does it does sound real the book it is made up. It's true. Yeah. No. I don't care for this guy is in his works. The twits Georgia's marvelous marvelous medicine, no this guy. Sounds like a real weirdo. The giraffe and the Pelly and me billion the min pins. Ooh. The magic finger. Magic. There was a window a window in the sixties and seventies..

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"candy factory" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"candy factory" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Let's move on from video game movies to movies turned into books and movies turned into a Netflix series. I feel that we're compelled to talk about this because it is gonna go on Netflix as a series, but it's like from the movies role. Dull his movies or his books. Excuse me are going to be turned into a Netflix animated series. I don't really know how that's gonna work. There's not too many details on it yet. But some of them include trailing the chocolate factory Matilda the BF g the twits couple other because that he'd pick the Twitter the Twitter, angry fat sons, right? Are they? Fail. Sons George's marvellous medicine boy. Boy tales of the childhood going solo. There's a couple of the giant peach know, apparently that was not included on this. And lastly, but here's one here's one that's included that we've talked about here the sequel to charleen chocolate factory, Charlie and the great glass elevator. Which is a fucked up weird book, the White House scene is so funny to me. I've heard you guys talking about it on this one. I can tell no no share aren't. I'm almost in cure. He though to see how fucking stupid it looks off pages. Like off the book. I I don't know. 'cause I liked the lemony snick. It's a series of an unfortunate events what they did with that. It's not great. But I like it. And I think they could do something similar just like make each role. Dull book be like three or four episode arc. Okay. I I don't hate it. Not looking forward to doing. Oh, I want the glad I want all of it. I wanna go till this Ellen going space and go to the White House, and we live the glass LTd. Folks, we love it. It's so I mean, I have to read this. Again, we read this a long time ago coli, obviously, you remember it a long time ago the story of the sequel to trillion chocolate factory it picks up immediately where the previous book left off with charleena's whole family aboard. The flying glass elevator the goes into orbit by accident, Mr. Wonka, docs, them at the US space hotel shortly after the arrival the hotel elevator doors open revealing man-eating monsters notice for Misha's nibs, which form a letter of the word Skram. Mr. Mr. Wonka, orders them, everybody off the space hotel, it continues and ends with them going to the White House because me. You guys bad guys. Isn't it kind of depressing though that you had a civilization that can do space travel and not only space travel space colonization in a hotel, and everyone is so fucking obsessed with candy factory tattoo, just obscenely poor people crazy like they're super more. It's just like they're so wowed by this chocolate factory. And I'm like that they fucking space hotel. This is a candy factory. Yeah. You figure that'd be looking at now kind of be like in the in the universe of Jurassic world. If everyone is like more obsessed with the candy factory than the island of dinosaurs. Mr. Wonka gives the rest of the grandparents rejuvenation formula. That's it'd be like we're the fuck of you in the last sixty years like you've been going to help the family out sperm so or not stem cell candy to help the parents or grandparents willy Wonka heaven age, then as he'd been taking this willy Wonka like three hundred years old, could you? The vampire any of his any of his books. Interesting coli BF g no I remember when the trailer came out for that movie. I was very scared. He didn't look that friendly to major slickly a large giant medicine creature giant. That's right, Charlie. Chocolate factory. No, you guys have. I never liked to you guys a forever ruined it in case. I was ever going to try. What else does he have the kid the Mathilde fuck that movie fat kid, one large adult son movie? I don't know wits or whatever. The. That sounds made up. It does it does sound real the book it is made up. It's true. Yeah. No. I don't care for this guy is in his works. The twits Georgia's marvelous marvelous medicine, no this guy. Sounds like a real weirdo. The giraffe and the Pelly and me billion the min pins. Ooh. The magic finger. Magic. There was a window a window in the sixties and seventies..

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"candy factory" Discussed on Examining Politics

Examining Politics

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"candy factory" Discussed on Examining Politics

"You know what you're right you're right you're right they're totally afraid to run with trump even though in this particular instance tr a lamb never criticize drones that should have been the first hint like man they're pulling mush show that that trump is doing well in this district damn we better jump on that and talk about with the things that trump has accomplished because clearly he understands that running against trump or running away from trump or just pretending he's the elephant in the room isn't isn't what we need to win in this is what drives me crazy about the republican party is it to me okay to me and i think a lot of other mainstream republicans that are just boots on the ground mainstream guys like me that are just like they see them as spineless they they don't they rarely take stand against anything that that's controversial you know god trump made that comment ten years ago grabbing by the you know what and then you have these republicans unendorse have you ever heard of unendorse ion endorse i it's like what like scott got thank god thank god it wasn't on the titanic with those assets i dude on the lifeboat out running over women and children on the way out you know what i mean it's just like yes something that he shouldn't have said yes it's a terrible thing but you don't go on endorsing somebody i mean it's just like they're spineless on that and that's one example of many that that i've seen over the years where republicans just cower and here's another example right now i think you're exactly right they're afraid they're afraid to leverage trump they're afraid yet.

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"candy factory" Discussed on Examining Politics

Examining Politics

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"candy factory" Discussed on Examining Politics

"You know what you're right you're right you're right they're totally afraid to run with trump even though in this particular instance tr a lamb never criticize drones that should have been the first hint like man they're pulling mush show that that trump is doing well in this district damn we better jump on that and talk about with the things that trump has accomplished because clearly he understands that running against trump or running away from trump or just pretending he's the elephant in the room isn't isn't what we need to win in this is what drives me crazy about the republican party is it to me okay to me and i think a lot of other mainstream republicans that are just boots on the ground mainstream guys like me that are just like they see them as spineless they they don't they rarely take stand against anything that that's controversial you know god trump made that comment ten years ago grabbing by the you know what and then you have these republicans unendorse have you ever heard of unendorse ion endorse i it's like what like scott got thank god thank god it wasn't on the titanic with those assets i dude on the lifeboat out running over women and children on the way out you know what i mean it's just like yes something that he shouldn't have said yes it's a terrible thing but you don't go on endorsing somebody i mean it's just like they're spineless on that and that's one example of many that that i've seen over the years where republicans just cower and here's another example right now i think you're exactly right they're afraid they're afraid to leverage trump they're afraid yet.

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"candy factory" Discussed on Examining Politics

Examining Politics

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"candy factory" Discussed on Examining Politics

"That's why i just it's useless information to non anytime anytime have a question on anything with with politics or the first person i call so i think today after you know everyone's gonna say this means this this means that you know you gotta look at it locally what i think it means is that the republicans have sucky message and they need to have them they need to talk more about the tax reform bill they need to talk more about the tariffs they need to talk more about the jurists that he is the is put on the need to talk more about north korea none of that was mentioned in the in in this race i think for the democrats what they learned from this is that when you go to your primaries when you're prime when you're in a primary contest look around at your district right don't just vote your passion vote the person that would best represents your dissed asked connor lamb represents the district if it was someone that was very progressive we wouldn't we'll be sleeping through this and what what what the republicans i mean you're you hit the nail on the head i totally agree with you and anytime you'd see a wreksa cone commercial it was either you know anti connor lamb tynan nancy pelosi which is a frigging snooze fest or it's like connor lamb was a prosecutor wants and he represented a rivers like who cares like why are you not talking about all the amazing accomplishments to me amazing historic accomplishments that that president trump has succeeded in has has secured during short tenures president and then say you're going to continue those in making this district prosser want you have a positive message about what what your legislative agenda is going to be as opposed to just being negative all the time i know they're afraid to run with trump.

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01:55 min | 2 years ago

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"Okay fine may did say that but they wouldn't they didn't approve it they they went they redrew it right and that's just it just drives me crazy i mean if you live in the state of pennsylvania the state legislature generally speaking drives you crazy because it is so corrupt so many ways the republicans are indistinguishable from democrats they're both beholden to special special interests and so i don't know it is a mess and i just don't know how republicans are ever going to win again in the state not not in the house not they're not gonna have a majority that's for sure there's no way because they've been drawn all drawn with the heavy some in favor of the democrats yes true and i mean you know most of pennsylvania in terms of congressional district is red yeah if you look at the even if you take all the lines and you look at the voting it's a sea of red doesn't matter where the where the lines are of right and the and it would that electoral map was strategically drawn to make sure that major population centres were split in contentious district or districts that could be disputed that make it i mean like even mike kelly who is my congressman great congressman is i just i he he's a great campaigner and he really like engages well with people people love him but like i just don't see i mean i is this going to be tough it's going to be tough for him to win with the district on the way that it is everybody is so today's special election because of all of this hot mess the district no longer exists that people are voting for and both of these men rix cone and connor lamb while they were getting their get out the vote efforts underway they were also burdened with having to get petition signed so that they could run in completely different districts how crazy is that.

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02:05 min | 2 years ago

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"I agree i agree and i think that that the republicans do this a lot but they've got to come up with something different than just banging on pelosi not like terrible mess yes she's pelosi i mean don't get much worse than her for me like she drives me crazy but that's not enough for me to in a highly contentious election cycle for me to like get out in like get out the vote like i'm not going to go and tell ten of my friends to vote for a republican candidate that all they really offer in their campaign ads bashing nancy pelosi i mean if lamb wins two things have done it the the the union vote and the fact that they went head of the republicans and put out a very slick nancy anti nancy pelosi ad yes yes and also also i feel like connor lamm's campaign has a theme and a story in a message i just don't feel like that existed in they did this guy just service they really get home as a great guy he has a great he has a great story as l h story and i think he's veteran to o of eighteen year so i mean like why is that not i mean he has two sons serving in the military right now is that not on every i mean i don't understand it and he is the last diplomat to serve in north korea unbelievable i mean he's got an unbelievable track record but most people that are going to be pulling that lever to vote today have no idea idea the republicans did a terrible job a message and they get in republicans still to this day are abject failures that social media they don't understand how to leverage it now no they don't now in fairness i think lamb benefited outside the district from his social media re tweets and followers i mean that's there's not that many people in this district that are on social it's just not it's just not a western pennsylvania thing so we were talking about the pennsylvania eighteen th congressional district race and we have a big election today in western pennsylvania.

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02:05 min | 2 years ago

"candy factory" Discussed on Examining Politics

"I agree i agree and i think that that the republicans do this a lot but they've got to come up with something different than just banging on pelosi not like terrible mess yes she's pelosi i mean don't get much worse than her for me like she drives me crazy but that's not enough for me to in a highly contentious election cycle for me to like get out in like get out the vote like i'm not going to go and tell ten of my friends to vote for a republican candidate that all they really offer in their campaign ads bashing nancy pelosi i mean if lamb wins two things have done it the the the union vote and the fact that they went head of the republicans and put out a very slick nancy anti nancy pelosi ad yes yes and also also i feel like connor lamm's campaign has a theme and a story in a message i just don't feel like that existed in they did this guy just service they really get home as a great guy he has a great he has a great story as l h story and i think he's veteran to o of eighteen year so i mean like why is that not i mean he has two sons serving in the military right now is that not on every i mean i don't understand it and he is the last diplomat to serve in north korea unbelievable i mean he's got an unbelievable track record but most people that are going to be pulling that lever to vote today have no idea idea the republicans did a terrible job a message and they get in republicans still to this day are abject failures that social media they don't understand how to leverage it now no they don't now in fairness i think lamb benefited outside the district from his social media re tweets and followers i mean that's there's not that many people in this district that are on social it's just not it's just not a western pennsylvania thing so we were talking about the pennsylvania eighteen th congressional district race and we have a big election today in western pennsylvania.

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

"candy factory" Discussed on Examining Politics

"How do you stand for that yeah acceptable it you know i said to sit on twitter last night i said people understood this was her sentiment they the they're not stupid i mean you i mean you've had your finger on the pulse of of of almost every election that i can remember for the last ten years selena but you're right people you know enlarge part democrats here even blue dog democrats here in western pennsylvania who voted for trump in large numbers in pa eighteen yeah trump won by twenty percent points right and as you know that's a that's a pretty moderate district murphy how to pretty moderate district but twelve won it by twenty points because blue dog democrats liked him they liked his frank straight taught they got the feeling and sense that he was fighting for them and they didn't they rejected clinton they could c b s that she was spewing they could see right through this thin this thinly veiled disdain for people it it's it's worse than calling them deplorables it's worse than when president obama called the voters bitter and clinging to their bible i mean in the context of the whole thing that he said a while i buy did awful that he said it i understand in the context that he was talking about but her hard words yesterday i don't know when she said them i think it was over the weekend in india but the problem is and this is what i was tweeting about yesterday not only devoted understand that sentiment joined the election but there are many people that still feel that they that other people feel that way about them you can see evidence of that all over twitter i mean every day you don't you don't need hillary clinton to even voice this to to not realize that that below.

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

"candy factory" Discussed on Examining Politics

"How do you stand for that yeah acceptable it you know i said to sit on twitter last night i said people understood this was her sentiment they the they're not stupid i mean you i mean you've had your finger on the pulse of of of almost every election that i can remember for the last ten years selena but you're right people you know enlarge part democrats here even blue dog democrats here in western pennsylvania who voted for trump in large numbers in pa eighteen yeah trump won by twenty percent points right and as you know that's a that's a pretty moderate district murphy how to pretty moderate district but twelve won it by twenty points because blue dog democrats liked him they liked his frank straight taught they got the feeling and sense that he was fighting for them and they didn't they rejected clinton they could c b s that she was spewing they could see right through this thin this thinly veiled disdain for people it it's it's worse than calling them deplorables it's worse than when president obama called the voters bitter and clinging to their bible i mean in the context of the whole thing that he said a while i buy did awful that he said it i understand in the context that he was talking about but her hard words yesterday i don't know when she said them i think it was over the weekend in india but the problem is and this is what i was tweeting about yesterday not only devoted understand that sentiment joined the election but there are many people that still feel that they that other people feel that way about them you can see evidence of that all over twitter i mean every day you don't you don't need hillary clinton to even voice this to to not realize that that below.

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02:20 min | 2 years ago

"candy factory" Discussed on Examining Politics

"Exactly we understand it every day is a compromise every day is not perfect and we understand that when we when we get something that benefits us there's a little bit of salt that goes along with it and and like it's important to note that i back marco rubio in the primary i campaign for him in south carolina i was on a trump guy through and through yeah but the voters rejected the polish lofty rhetoric there's not a better speaker than marco rubio but the voters rejected it they wanted a guy like donald trump and on the other side they wanted a guy like bernie sanders exact had there not been super delegates that primary race would have been is suspect deadlocked but because super delegates have a heavy hand not not all delegates are delegates sounds like i'm saying delegates like for buying you know lingerie what you're trying to say and i'll be less i'll be less articulate about it if you're a democrat listening to the show how do you feel about your party's electoral process being entirely rigged and your voice not mattering because that basically what it is and speaking of the democratic party there has to be democrats that are appalled at what they heard yesterday when that tape came out from hillary clinton when she had a speaking engagement in india oh my gosh i mean is there as if we need any more proof as to why she lost she is a gnarly what she terr a terrible abysmal candidate unin spiratou on almost every way she's a terrible person like what does she think about this she's here's an ex secretary of state going to india to criticize and first lady and first lady to criticize people in the heartland as backwards thinking racist is basically what she called them about forty five percent of the country in oh you know these people that voted for trump they don't want indian people to be successful immoral it's a terrible thing to say and i i'm i'm gonna get hate tweets from democrats at listen to the show anyway so i might as well just go for it but if you're a democrat how do you.

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01:53 min | 2 years ago

"candy factory" Discussed on Examining Politics

"No who is a secretary state that he no longer has he asked for his resignation right or fired him whatever way you wanna put it depends on how you look at it and and he has already announced who he's appointing which is a woman i mean i skipped a skipped a part of the story so pump in secretary of state yep and gina headsup i don't know if i'm pronouncing her name in director first woman female director of the cia which is of course the stork but trump will get no credit for it aren't you surprised that tillerson lasted as long as he did where basically every private meeting us in who's calling trump and eighty and things like that and it was all going public and being leaked it's like yeah been on different page almost from day one and it it not only was it leaked that he called him an idiot isn't that correct i think on another occasion buffoon yeah yeah well you really want i mean he's heading into some serious talks about north korea it was it's been clear for a long time the tillerson was going to go it became abundantly clear that he was went to africa and found out through the news that the president had made the decision to to negotiate or or have a sit down in with with the leader in north korea i mean with kim jong hoon right no president in the history of this country has accomplished what president trump has accomplished in north korea by simply taking a hard line approach right you know and and but again this is something that he gets no credit for turn on any of the major news networks and what are they talking about stormy daniels.

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02:48 min | 2 years ago

"candy factory" Discussed on Examining Politics

"Welcome to examining politics every week we bring you main street meets the beltway featuring selena zito produced in cooperation with sirius xm radio now here's main street meets the beltway sirius xm's pos together with the washington examiner presents mainstreet meets the beltway harry one's life has a story and i believe that every story should have the ability to be told assure that brings the stories of everyday americans to washington dc i have put in total in the past twelve years three hundred thousand miles on my fourteen year old jeep liberty people have the most amazing wives no from point park university in pittsburgh here's your host selena zito guys welcome back to main street meets the beltway i'm selena zito your host i am a reporter and columnist at the washington examiner you can follow me on twitter at selena zito sa l e n a z i t o so i have two great guests today first up is the son of president donald trump donald trump junior he was in western pennsylvania yesterday the day before the pennsylvania special election in the eighteenth congressional district two days after his father was here and two weeks after his sister ivanka with here all of the family has come here in an effort to help rick succumb become the next member of congress from western pennsylvania he will be replacing if he wins and or democrat candidate conard lamb wins will replace tim murphy he retired in october in a bit of a scandal get to that later but first up is donald j trump junior we are in a candy factory in canas berg pennsylvania it is called sarah's candy it has been in western pennsylvania since nineteen sixty it is the bomb it is amazing i mean i was walking through there and i sorta got a little bit high off the chocolate i was feeling really happy didn't have any it's lent i gave up chocolate for lent it was the most sort of tempting moment in my entire lentil experience might tire life trump junior was really excited to find out once he got there that the company which employs four hundred people added an additional eighty people since the first of the year all because of the tax cut or the or the tax reform bill.

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02:48 min | 2 years ago

"candy factory" Discussed on Examining Politics

"Welcome to examining politics every week we bring you main street meets the beltway featuring selena zito produced in cooperation with sirius xm radio now here's main street meets the beltway sirius xm's pos together with the washington examiner presents mainstreet meets the beltway harry one's life has a story and i believe that every story should have the ability to be told assure that brings the stories of everyday americans to washington dc i have put in total in the past twelve years three hundred thousand miles on my fourteen year old jeep liberty people have the most amazing wives no from point park university in pittsburgh here's your host selena zito guys welcome back to main street meets the beltway i'm selena zito your host i am a reporter and columnist at the washington examiner you can follow me on twitter at selena zito sa l e n a z i t o so i have two great guests today first up is the son of president donald trump donald trump junior he was in western pennsylvania yesterday the day before the pennsylvania special election in the eighteenth congressional district two days after his father was here and two weeks after his sister ivanka with here all of the family has come here in an effort to help rick succumb become the next member of congress from western pennsylvania he will be replacing if he wins and or democrat candidate conard lamb wins will replace tim murphy he retired in october in a bit of a scandal get to that later but first up is donald j trump junior we are in a candy factory in canas berg pennsylvania it is called sarah's candy it has been in western pennsylvania since nineteen sixty it is the bomb it is amazing i mean i was walking through there and i sorta got a little bit high off the chocolate i was feeling really happy didn't have any it's lent i gave up chocolate for lent it was the most sort of tempting moment in my entire lentil experience might tire life trump junior was really excited to find out once he got there that the company which employs four hundred people added an additional eighty people since the first of the year all because of the tax cut or the or the tax reform bill.

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