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"caroline lane" Discussed on Man Tools Podcast
"So this week in his story September ninth ten eighty. Seven william the conqueror duke of normandy and king of england dies and ruin. Let's town or place not ruined like he's out of money While conducting war rowett rohan rohan While conducting a war which began when the french king made fun of him. For being fat we had a in his famous words in ten eighty seven he's a nfl that came in and started worth reds. Let's see september. Two thousand eight. The large hard on adrian collide get him standing there. He's got he's yeah. It's like a scene from star trek. The motion picture it. Yeah it looks like it. Looks like scott a getting it. The warp drive the world's largest and most powerful particle accelerator described as the biggest scientific experiment. History is powered up in geneva switzerland. And this was a big deal because the opinions on what might happen. Went from going to open up a black hole in the middle of the year right. We're just getting older. And i and my favorite part about that could open up a black hole near so we can't put it in ohio. The senator geneva we don't wanna hear fuck but it was like it could destroy everything or it might just like flashlights. Do some cool stuff. It flow is disagreeable stuff and we found the higgs boatswain particle. Yes never not. Is this involved in the The experiment where they think they sent some light back in time. Now that's other russian lady. Okay i know. They sent some light back in time. And i'm like so. What does that mean. Does that mean someone that saw lights in the past may have seen late. That was sent back in time. Saw ghost know what i mean. don't know it's crazy stuff. I i like time travel experiments. I like timing wine. We stuff it is like charlie fiction and then you get into whole paradox of well if they saw it in the past and it has to happen in the future with future hasn't happened and oh my god whole it gets timing. Limi- whibley wobbly is doctor. Who says yeah you wanna know if you wanna learn and watch the greatest time travel of all time. Just watch back to the future. Yeah it's fun. It's the most fun time travel Let's see of course. September eleventh two thousand one in an unprecedented highly coordinated attack Terrorists hijacked four passenger airliners flew to into the world trade center towers in new york and one into the pentagon killing thousands four headed towards washington likely to strike the white house or capitol was crashed just over one hundred miles away in pennsylvania after passengers stormed. The cockpit overtook the hijackers twenty years. Later we're still worried about the taliban ages arm namely the shitload of guns and guns at you. And i am their own. I'm sure by accident. Inaugurating provisional government on september eleventh. Yeah i'm gonna sit motherfuckers so Let's see ten twelve seventeen. Eighty six despite his failed efforts to suppress the american revolution. General lure cornwallis is appointed the governor of india. I don't know if it's in spite of or spun. Yes it's hard solid. That could have been the crown going. We don't ever want to speak to you again. It's like they're like well can't kill him. You didn't really do anything wrong. You just got whacked so here dude. You're going to go deal with this mess. Oh handle that. Go hamble that September thirteenth nineteen fifty one in korea troops begin their assault on heartbreak. Ridge i this is not from the event image. This is from the movie where clint eastwood plays. A former soldier turned marine who has to wipe shape some ragtag bunch of marines. It's great movies. Gunny highway getting highway. Yep i've been more i- atallah rock and roller rack. Rolla yes great flick. you should all Recall god movies good Let's see september fourteenth eighteen twelve napoleon bonaparte invasion of russia reaches its climax as his grand army enters moscow only to find the capital deserted and set aflame by the few russians who remained. They were like no route. Book you buddy And finally september fifteen thousand nine hundred eighty nine nikita khrushchev becomes the first soviet leader to pay a visit to the united states course area standing next to or walking next to president. Eisenhower you know one of signs that were like. We'll try to get along. Louis lucia and that has been this week in his story. Which of course brings us to the end of the show. A great show. I learned a lot which it licensed the had a little fun. The incredible hulk. Yeah had we dude. Yeah yeah. they'll be walking down a highway chaikin the end of every show. I just thought so. Tell people got around in there in the seventies drive himself to like. Wow you're superhero hitchhike. It knows the man still is awesome will. Do we like to think our guest Tonight todd a modest stock. I'll be sure to check out his work at todd. Found a stock dot com. Link the description we'd love all of our sponsors thank you so much especially exhau- audio works Sorry eso auto works auto auto works and rico. gimenez Thank you so much for watching are listed on your preferred of stream. You can check us out at mantle's media dot com and all of our social at league tree dot sees me link tree slash mantles media including A leaked by our new soap. The toolbar available in black oak. Fresh cut would Or more expo- liaising cedar. Which is that's what i'm looking forward to. Everybody getting their hands along. Yeah yeah do not rub rub out in the shower now. Don't that's that is you just warning you This these are all brought to you. By of our strategic partner crafts by caroline lane on oetzi no relation Merch merz is available. Mantles media dot red bubble dot com. You can check out some really cool. Merge i love the new safety third narrow about that and there will pop those up because i really like the new safety third and our new tread on me are super awesome logos. Trevor apparently got couple of days off really knocked out of the park with these bad boys. There's here's the safety third. Yup a dig the safety third. And here's the the tread on me tread on main. go ahead. yeah we we. We thoroughly understand irony on some of you. Don't which is why we had to change our whatever happened to my body choice logo. Yep because of you don't understand sarcasm. satire irony iranians. Not what you do to your shirts. just in. but i digress. We'll get back over to the other thing As upcoming events for me all right. We'll saturday.
"caroline lane" Discussed on Man Tools Podcast
"The way. It is right back where it was rolled with that. All my hazard lights came on the truck pulled into the parking lot was like oh we're here okay. All the ships wrong warning light goes on tire legos on gasoline goes. Donald really bro. Really hang with that on my left here tonight like telephone. Hey what's wrong with him. But he said he wanted to hang in car. It's just the way it goes is just the way goes. We got some cooler hats. we do. I mean if i can sticks what's causing the printing problem we ask woman sure least the coalition which all were on faith in your brother. You always come through the other cool thing. We have this the toolbar so for men. This is our partnership with crafts by caroline lane. What's happening dinner but Yes so this is available now on Caroline's se shop. Which i think is top. Lincoln are link tree which should be in the description of the video. Right now Check that out there by bucks piece. This one is the fresh cut would Sent so it smells like a trip to the lumber yard The other one. I after the brand new one she just came up with this one is a cedar sent see role spots. It's foley. oh this. Say those aren't splinters. No the snow really good the lots of moisturizing stuff in them. They're really read. I dunno i. I've been using. I've been the test like guinea pig shirt so Listeners out there watchers out there. Remember us the toolbar on your junk. Don't use the exposure leting as lubricate. No do not. Yeah so do you remember that. So longtime ago had a bunk and he wouldn't stop playing chung in it in the melon life. We told him while using the shower. Hey man just a showers the best place to go do that. Which is the truth if you're louis. Aimless other table writes down the drain gets shower. Time to yourself. Go take care of business. So he did that. And then you'll be the fourteen year old kid still wanted to get after it. After hours melanie compulsory so termini told him to go use lava. Soap it was the best thing in the world. I recall. Yup now you remember. I just remember him coming back. To the monkhouse gone you guys suck holderness duffel bag as were. I'm just gonna guess though. He persevered until he finished filming. They said you gotta get through the sting and then it'll be amazing. It'll be the best rocket launch had ever add in your life. We sold it to a man we really did we did. It's what you give for sixteen and assholes in the four zero kids on. hey man. We taught him well. The lesson learned is. Don't wait china in the bunk with your buddies the mill night and don't use lava so little now now this is just a gentle slowly and not like lava soap jo-jo beans. I think is what the experiment is. I believe recall. We wouldn't lie. God he tiller joe joe beans by smelling them. No but can tell her that we've got. We've got some other sense. Coming down. The pike i know for sure. Leather is in the works Can't remember what the other couple. I think a teakwood. I'm trying to track down something. Come up with a baby room. Because i like i like that. Yeah let me nice. Yeah orleans little fruity is lady ladies lady were but yeah so crafts by caroline lane on that city. Judge it out. The the other excitement we had last weekend was plumbing at trevor's house we did. I will say this. And i said it before the shark bite version are much easier to work with more consistent and they work nurses. The blue hawk does not work at all fifty percent of the ones you pull out. I'm just look you guys can dig me if you want. But fifty percent of the ones. I play the package teeth. Don't work or something's broken. Acquiring knowing that and that sharp is the easier ones to work with. We had a hell of a time but hands in the ceiling. China gets to and i slipped fixed. I think what happened. Was we actually got it on the first dry yet and we kill but we kept like gold eczema a click so keep pushing it. Yeah so what happens. When you're drunk employment says you. Oh yeah i will grow on. Waste every kid isn't really side work if you're not if you're not get rotts really cyborg. That was fun that was fun. Reengineering your stuff. Yeah for off the original plan because the original plan went sideways while once we saw what i what actually was happening in the ceiling as opposed to what we thought might be happening up. There had to adapt and overcome up to code. Now it is But we did leave that gaping hole in her basement You don't have flooded basement you know. That's the reason. I top down there check in a couple of times. Make sure nothing's drip in losing anything Have seen anything so we should close that up and get her done. Good deal good deal well for one. Small victory yeah because the other the other feats brought up victory and defeat was two weeks ago on the test minister was a little spicing and didn't even know you do this. You can apparently mark your streams as eighteen plus. We have not been doing that well. And even if i had known that i may not have because this is a shit anew so this this came from our our adrian onstream get a little inside baseball. Eater i apologize. Those that don't realize patriot doesn't do its own video streaming you do it through a third party like youtube Meal the meal costs money. So we go with you so the way you do. Is you set up. An unlisted stream which means only post the link can can it and it claims that its unsearchable but we have had. We had a copyright thing where i'm like. Why can they search this. You say it's unsearchable. Well.
"caroline lane" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"Mean things to j.lo's character so the women in this we know about caroline lane maid in manhattan and we assume about the sister-in-law and sense and sensibility that the sister-in-law did horrible things to marry a man with money the same things. We can see natasha. Richardson doing like she is going to the party. Pre-gala she's going to date him. She's going to set up lunch with him. She is working hard and to work hard to marry. A man with money is the opposite of accidentally finding a man with money. While you're trying on somebody else's clothing the only way to marry money and not be a villain is chew back into it to resist it and to eventually find it because these movies are ultimately may be written by women. They're made by men and their greenland lit by men. And can i say that these themes are not gone. I don't know if either of you watched bridgeton on netflix. At is the same story. It's stories about the gold digging women in the eighteen hundreds trying to get a husband versus the ones that are more virtuous virgin all and the the main couple in bridgeton. I dunno. I might be okay. Well it's all the same the main couple she doesn't she hates him and he hates her and he's the most eligible bachelor that season and every other woman is like scheming to get him. She doesn't even want him. And of course you know what happens. I won't say explicitly to spoil it but it's the same plot. Nothing has changed like we were saying. Frozen had a better ending because the girls and frozen don't wind up with the man but lake. That's pretty typical. Still nothing really has changed in the theme. That you guys are talking about where there's like the virtuous woman who just stumbled into a rich man's arms and the evil conniving scheming gold-digging woman who who's laser focused on the rich man's arms is actually worse than the taming of truth. I think emily. And i are giving you the. We don't remember that apology of bringing shakespeare into this on feel like sayers. Sure head i actually. I wanna say that. Kenneth branagh and emma thompson made a movie of the taming of the shrew web. Emma thompson plays the shrew who gets tamed. by kenneth branagh. You know she's like mean and nasty and hates him but eventually she falls in love at the end and it has a happy ending. You think that's better than comedy romantic comedy exactly but no it's all bad it's all patriarchal and i think i just want to sort of finish it by by skiing. Both of you like with hindsight. What do we think of the fact that the only oscar this movie got was the best screenplay famine thompson. Like the thing that we'd like the most if we're be academy star being script that's not. How are we know. Now that's not how the oscars were the thing about it. Was emma thompson. Was that when you're looking down a name on a list and you have to vote. Everyone's really psyched for emma thompson. I guess it's the equivalent of giving like matt damon an oscar for writing goodwill hunting. It's like if if you get a script written by an actor. Wow that's something else. I'm in the writers guild of america now and sometimes i've asked to vote in things and i think it's not really fair if i didn't see certain things to vote but i think it's common practice to vote for the thing that's familiar and emma thompson in one thousand nine hundred five is familiar entity to everyone who's voting. I would like to say that. If i were to if i were to dare and suggest a third movie to watch with this. It would be intolerable cruelty because that is a movie in which the gold digger is may be the hero. It is some sort of success to figure out a way to get money to survive. We're talking about survival here. In both of these cases were talking about the ability to have a life. The way you envision a life should be not that. They need to live in a mansion but they need to be able to like the women in sense and sensibility need to get married and by the way. I think that it's jane austen aware of that. When it's it's sense you know it's like it's a great hominem. It's just like a pets. That's all it would take to get them there and for jaylo she just wanted to be in the management training but the rest was gravy. But you know what i always say is when life shuts it opens quinto john a deeply we will wrap up taffy. Come out and actually tell us if i storm is i didn't know the top of the the ranking where would you rank sense and sensibility and where would you rank maid in manhattan okay. So on a list of three or in the list of a billion billion so i storm number one. I mean we all agree. It's a terrible movie but do not. It was a very popular movie. It has cultural relevance. Ask yourself if you remember it. Like young may little thirty eight year old or a forty two year old me watching succession and thinking it was an aspirational show. We were we were right. I'm just saying people grow. Have you have you grown since yours. The first season of succession taffy. Marie watching the second season. I'm like what so bad emily. What's your final ranking. These two movies i can't. My brain is not wrapped around the billion stacked show from conveyance stack. I mean sense and sensibility is. It's like b minus. I'd rather watch bridgeton at this point. I mean it's a good movie. But again i was like i could be binge-watching succession right now. And then again in preparation of course field and made a manhattan. I mean yeah billion. Whatever it's this is a bad movie. It wasn't a fun bad movie. I thought it was just pretty bad. Although i like watching jaylo. I think she's amazing relayed. She was poorly cast because she cannot disappear into made dumb ever she jaylo she has shown us all what it means to be. A powerful woman at fifty two making out with ben affleck on instagram. So over for years. We are in a years long vortex of this. She is our queen. So i mean it's not the worst movie ever also. That was her brand. I just wanna say like she was sitting on the block and now the rocks that she communicate go on. I'm sorry it's very consistent the branding. it's also very funny just to have the thought while you're watching sense and sensibility of thinking of kate. Winslet and thinking of it as mayor of east town prequel. Just just.
"caroline lane" Discussed on Slate Money
"While she lived that more advisable better coffee with fifteen hundred all at once. Long fifty years. Take nick live forever when there is an annuity again. One of the things austin got right about this culture of landed gentry was the it was surprisingly matriarchal. It lives on even through like the woodhouse novels if the indomitable aunts who basically control everything about women being manipulative. That's not matriarchal. That's women using manipulation. Because they have no power. She's explained to correct okay. Women are perilous. They have to act in certain ways to have any power. But it's a soft power. That's why people always like women are so passive aggressive because they're not allowed to be aggressive aggressive because then we get punched in divorced. Wants to marry from from the point of view of someone like hugh grant he feels like. He's at the whims of these women. Who can him off to london and force him to do whatever he doesn't want to do and so yet whether they're like manipulative either way they they do wind up having some kind of power and this is considered to be a bad form of living and natasha. Richardson who is a very successful magazine. Deterrence rich and glamorous is that what she was. She was a magazine editor. I think she was just a fancy late before she was like she had a job. Swanky job for vogue. Which is why dodge jacob on sending heck clothes. You should go up. But i think if she had a swanky job for vogue. It's like one of those west coast editor jobs where it's like. Oh you're just there for your connecticut. Which is not to say anything disparaging about whoever is the west coast editor at vogue and probably gave me some work. I can't find this on the internet. I mean i don't think people watch this a lot. I think it's just me and now you guys and i think this was pretty safe. I won't be invited back. And she says she's a socialite now next season two. Oh my gosh. I if well. Let's get back to the show since the googling that she was a socialite. She was a socialite and she that terrible friend. Who's amy sedaris which was also. Did you wrote sedaris. I know it wasn't a great. Amy sedaris carrot. Now it was like a racist. Amy sedaris saying mean things to j.lo's character so the women in this we know about caroline lane maid in manhattan and we assume about the sister-in-law and sense and sensibility that the sister-in-law did horrible things to marry a man with money the same things. We can see natasha. Richardson doing like she is going to the party. Pre-gala she's going to date him. She's going to set up lunch with him. She is working hard and to work hard to marry. A man with money is the opposite of accidentally finding a man with money. While you're trying on somebody else's clothing the only way to marry money and not be a villain is chew back into it to resist it and to eventually find it because these movies are ultimately may be written by women. They're made by men and their greenland lit by men. And can i say that these themes are not gone. I don't know if either of you watched bridgeton on netflix. At is the same story. It's stories about the gold digging women in the eighteen hundreds trying to get a husband versus the ones that are more virtuous virgin all and the the main couple in bridgeton. I dunno. I might be us okay. Well it's all the same the main couple she doesn't she hates him and he hates her and he's the most eligible bachelor that season and every other woman is like scheming to get him. She doesn't even want him. And of course you know what happens. I won't say explicitly to spoil it but it's the same plot. Nothing has changed like we were saying. Frozen had a better ending because the girls and frozen don't wind up with the man but lake. That's pretty typical. Still nothing really has changed in the theme. That you guys are talking about where there's like the virtuous woman who just stumbled into a rich man's arms and the evil conniving scheming gold-digging woman who who's laser focused on the rich man's arms is actually worse than the taming of truth. I think emily. And i are giving you the. We don't remember that apology of bringing shakespeare into this on. Feel like sayers wilhelm i. Actually i wanna say that. Kenneth branagh and emma thompson made a movie of the taming of the shrew web. Emma thompson plays the shrew who gets tamed. by kenneth branagh. You know she's like mean and nasty and hates him but eventually she falls in love at the end and it has a happy ending. You think that's better than comedy romantic comedy exactly but no it's all bad it's all patriarchal and i just want to sort of finish by by skiing. Both of you like with hindsight. What do we think of the fact that the only oscar this movie got was the best screenplay famine thompson. Like the thing that we'd like the most if we're be academy star being script that's not. How are we know. Now that's not how the oscars were the thing about it. Was emma thompson. Was that when you're looking down a name on a list and you have to vote. Everyone's really psyched for emma thompson. I guess it's the equivalent of giving like matt damon an oscar for writing goodwill hunting. It's just like if if you get a script written by an actor. Wow that's something else. I'm in the writers guild of america now and sometimes i've asked to vote in things and i think it's not really fair if i didn't see certain things to vote but i think it's common practice.
"caroline lane" Discussed on Man Tools Podcast
"This whole first clinton thing and harris thing you guys seriously get your ship fast rate Let's see may eleventh. Nineteen sixty israeli soldiers captured adolf eichmann and windows areas I love the whole lot of the fiction that has to do with the wall. Fact that with the nazis gut into south america Movies like the boys from brazil. If you've never seen that that's a great click about x. men potentially cloning. Hitler magni does a hero arc when he when he goes down there. Yeah classic shop. Yeah yup So good another. Good one is The evil that men do charles bronson down and he was bangolo was the big nausea that he was after that Let's see and then Finally may twelfth nineteen twenty. Six the airship. I'm not sure if that's harder. Saatchi noriega or norge becomes the first vessel fly over the north pole one. It was also the hindenburg disaster. This it was that was in there. I didn't we do it every year. Oh the humanity. No oh human win with. I went with an airship that made it. This admitted yeah. Twenty twenty was negative year. So we were around the hindenburg. We got the norge little more positive. We got the norgay nor get the night and that that is this week in his story which brings us to the end of the show. You see us little the jackass ama- donkey They just didn't give a fuck back then. They were ready to get after it. That was it Could you imagine just being like the guy that goes. i think i'll take a blow to the north pole and then goes to like the government. Says i need money for what to take blimp over the north pole. They went you crazy fuck. I'm in of it in you. Had me talks at congress or any now around here. Here's a stack of dollars. Rubles go to stack a rupees. Just get after it gross. Gdp coast do crazy bester. Speaking a crazy bastards. We'd like to thank our sponsors. 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Whatever the case may be And yet obviously equipment provided any. It looks pretty good Sounds pretty good. Yeah so sorry. I kind of nas. Your perfect that needs the momentum already meets know about that You guys want in on this action down here at the bunker. It's a great place to a podcast from. You can obviously grab a guests at eddie moment the sober or not. It's warm as wonderful So moving on to towards the end if you guys are watching and listening on any of our platforms. We dig it. Thank you so much. We are at mantle's media dot com at men tools media also for media platforms. If you wanna check out our merge it is at red bubble dot com slash people slash tools media. I got pedantic yet Our link our old link broke. And i don't know how to build it again so it broke. We have to use. What red bubble is giving us Patriotic a few become a member. A lot of cool things happen Just five dollars a month. Thank you rebecca for becoming a patriot. Fan patriot on patriotic. It is a patriot about complex mantles media. I know such a bizarre way to say two words were as men. Tools minions at locals dot com. Come a million for five bucks a month. It's kinda like a patron but we make you clean toilets and build death. Rays and weapons of math instruction like sex tense. It's a weapon of math. Instruction i guess all right upcoming events here. Twisted as we have a ton of stuff Coming up nectar is happening tomorrow night. Apparently caroline lane counted on post. Should it nectars happening tomorrow night. Saturday night the voodoo hawks here twisted apes and mighty the return of the mighty. Do hawks of the ash tones dow. It's gonna be interesting i'm pretty stoked. That's coming in on the fifteen as well as a whole bunch of other crazy stuff happening the fifteenth if you guys were listening to chuck earlier the military appreciation and there's they're going to be given that they'll actually begin away the bike. It's the one year anniversary this. Yeah being open so come on down on that one has been great and join upon philo or all the above twisted apes page for special things and happenings. That are going on with that. I feel like that's been worth every penny you paid for the show. Yeah yeah Speaking of patriots on we last week did an extended stream with zach talking about Co video so be sure to check that out the patriot again. Thanks for covering on that Stuck in the fort collins Yeah there's no service no verizon fort collins. it's whatever. Well.
"caroline lane" Discussed on The Current
"Something's changing their behavior in the face of the pandemic people of all age demographics change their behavior. And it's unfortunate reality that we're in If we look at at these anti mask rally us that are that are popping up primarily. Those people have older demographics if we look at people working in retail situations is it primarily younger people who are dealing with a number of people coming in and not wearing their masks. But if you ask these people working on the front lines they'll tell you it's not the twenty and thirty year olds joint wearing masks. The nature of this pandemic Is that it keeps changing so the third wave is different and dr bonnie henry. The provincial health officer has said that increasingly it's young people that are being hospitalized. And we're seeing this not just in british columbia but across the country. What's wrong with asking those young people to be more vigilant. Difference between asking people to be more vigilant and saying don't blow it for the rest of. I totally agree that everybody needs to be more vigilant. And in these times we're seeing cases rising across all age demographics. Nbc not just young people but but every in semi graphic above so so to hear this. This blame focused on on one generation. Who taking the same share of the pie so to speak as as we have throughout the last twelve months. It doesn't make sense to hear this now. Would you like to see happen now. Now we'd like to see an apology. Come from the premier As of as of now myself and and our second youngest candidate in in the last election or both calling for that We're we're seeing rising numbers of In growing numbers of of folks in the province calling calling for this policy. What would you say to him. I mean you ran for his party as an mvp candidate so what. What would you say directly to john. Harkin i say that this rhetoric isn't helpful At at best it's going to lead to no change at worst. It's gonna lead to more people saying this province doesn't care about me. Why should i care about the rules anyways. Justin it's good to speak with you. Take care of yourself. My pleasure. Great to be here. Justin kulik as a student at the university of british columbia and he ran twice for the mvp before his twentieth birthday. The rising case counts in british columbia. Were not a surprise to my next guest. Caroline lane is the canada one fifty research chair in mathematics evolution infection and public health at simon fraser university. Good morning to you money. You are one of the people who were predicting the surge of cases. How did you know that what you're seeing now was coming..
"caroline lane" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Participating in way Need to celebrate Elgin Baylor. What better way to celebrate than with a ton of offense? Baylor, of course. Long playing career with the Lakers that number 22 up in the rafters passed away yesterday in the Elgin Baylor Younis being warned by the Lakers tonight in New Orleans is Alex Caruso in those white unions and the baby blue? Numbers and Lakers across the chance he's got the baby blue headband as well. From the top goes to Marquis Flores on the right. Morris in the lane. Dotted line jumper missed everything to the left. Sarah Lewis comes away with that Karen was going out with Mark Keith. He's gotta aim it to the right about five more inches exactly. Diane Dribble, handoff the top Walker Alexander into the corner. It's Josh Hart on the baseline drive kicks it out. Alexander Walker missing on the three rebounded by Alex Caruso's going to try to get by, and it is a blocked call in Cairo. Lewis, the rookie from Alabama, trying to take charge in the middle of the lane, not a popular car. No New Orleans, but I thought a good call by Lauren Holtkamp. Had a foul filled first quarter against New Orleans. Alex Caruso will get to the free throw line. Alex also was one of the Lakers on the shelf last week. He had suffered a mild concussion, Mr Couple of games and first of two free throws. No good. Smoothie King Center. PJ holds normally 16,000. They got about 4000 and there, but it sounds like you got canned crowd going in a heavy rotation here. Exactly. I think we've got enough food that this second one by Alex 70% shooter, missing a pair. Well can crowd worked against him. Is Kyra Louis, standing on the Pelicans logo just inside a half court. Passes to the left side, The Williamson a couple of steps inside the Ark, It's the cutting Louis outside the heart for three long and a long rebound off the Miss Lewis couldn't handle and the Lakers Marquis Morris comes up with it. Important right side against Williamson will stop on a dime on the wing and past Palin. Horton Tucker will relocate to the wing bounces it to Morris in the lane cut off by his eye on outside past three pointer up no good from the wing. The pelicans have it. 30 to 29 pills still leaving that high scoring first, both looking for their first points past dropped, Download a haze flip over the rim. No good. Russo comes the other way. Alex accelerates to the free throw line now starts to the right side hits Caroline Lane gets fouled, shot up No good. And Montrose herel living at the free throw line here in the first half has been a lot of nice interior passing or passing to the bigs cutting to the basket. It seems that every other possession is a Laker going to the rim, catching the passing shooting point blank. But despite that I look at points in the paint cast. It's still 26 8. No surprise in favor of the pelicans heavily in favor of this Pelican's Club. Way mentioned 12th in the West three games behind the 10 seat of the last as Harold Mrs from the free throw line, Now six of eight from there, this is the first year of the play in so the traditional top eight The seven of the eight seeds on the nine and 10 for the first time, We'll be in play for those final two seats seven and eight in the Eastern and Western conferences come made. It was a different play in in Orlando in the bubble, but still it worked pretty well. So then expanded another miss. They made their first seven free throws. Testy. I don't know what they are, since then I think to for Maybe two for 76. That is exactly right. Nine for 14 total their leaders three. But here comes Ayan posting up. Send it out to Lewis for three on the rookie buries it from the right wing as the pelicans take a six point lead. Alex Caruso walking across the time line two minutes into the second quarter. Lakers looking for their first points of the second, Harold, looking to facilitate from on high gives it up to t H T, who drive and kick to the corner. Alfonso McKinney Kidding. From the near right corner into the lane gets by Josh Heart. His shot is blocked by haze, but it was on its way down and give the two points for the Lakers on the gold tent. Let's move by Alfonzo McKinney right there. Another undrafted player. I'm getting a chance to get a chance to play way might see everybody that Frank has left. TJ's got 11 healthy players will see if Costa's a data combo, one of.
"caroline lane" Discussed on The Current
"I am speaking to you at a moment of grave crisis. I'm jeff turner and this is recall. It's a series about history not the ancient past but history that still hot to the touch in this and i explore a revolutionary political movement that brought a modern democracy to the brink. You can find recall how to start a revolution on the cbc. Listen app or wherever you get your podcasts. This is a cbc podcast nine months ago. Prime minister justin trudeau spoke about persistent problem within the federal civil service anti-black. Racism is happening here everywhere in canada. This is something that our own staff cabinet ministers and colleagues face even in these halls. We hear your calls for justice equality and accountability for some people. Those words were too little too late. In december. twelve people launched a nine hundred million dollar class action lawsuit against the federal government. They're now five hundred and twenty people as part of that suit and they alleged decades of discrimination and institutional barriers for the advancement of black people in the federal public service. Caroline lane is one of the plaintiffs. She is retired from the rcmp. Armando has also joined the class action. Suit that's not his real name. We've agreed to protect his identity because he's afraid of repercussions at work. Good morning to you. Both are mondo or to the specifics. In a moment but broadly. How would you describe working as a member of the civil service as a black man. It is It's difficult i've been working with the federal public service now for over ten years. I i work in it. So i kind of get to avoid a lot of a lot of people I'm just basically dealing with my computer all day so that that does make a bit easier for me in that sense but You know as far as moving up listen within the public service You know i've been stuck at the bottom since i started and stuck at the bottom. You look at the bottom right. And and that's where i am today Since i've been there i haven't seen any Black male or female employees in in management positions or basically any executive positions And in the over ten years. I've been there. I've only seen maybe two or three other Black employees in my department of the whole. Let me ask you just quickly about the the lack of promotion. I mean what. We're trying a little bit here. But what were the reviews that you had like. I mean do you have generally A good reputation and good reviews at work We we get Produced by annually. And i had nothing but positive reviews. Even people hired after me Have been moving up..
"caroline lane" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"In the left point of Gardner a shot right on same made by Vasilevskiy. Rebound. Ruta trying to clear bounces for Victor Hedman behind the Tampa Bay net, you know, turn out to clone it. Center left wing Tyler Johnson, who is a Carolina Hurricanes killer. He always played well against the hurricane season. Broken up with the Carolina Blue Line here and Jake Garner will carry the Lightning and Marty NHS into the lightning and left point, a little centering feed bouncing around in front. Where is it off? The stick of Gardner was down low in front of the net. Following up Andre specially got from Caroline in the left corner. I got one print. Brady shades shoots routine, same made by Vasyl Lasky. But following up his Brock McGinn Again is checked by brave in point in point draws a penalty. Well, you talked about it. Chief Carolina's prone to taking more penalties than in recent years. Lighting have a power play pending delayed call McDonough's cheese in the puck in his own end. There's an interference call there. You got checked by special coffee could have touched the puck and decided to check McDonough so he didn't touch in the lightning still have it. Targets have to McDonogh still deep in the lightning, and the net is empty, vast lawsuit to the bench. Lot hands off to breaking point. Background, right plot A little pointed center three into across the blue line now, Stamkos Love Circle Right Circle. Palat shoots a one timer just wide left. Finally special God touches it. On the Caroline Lane. You're going the Teke. Oh, power play just one minute. Yeah. And 42 seconds into this game. Yeah, for me. I thought it was gonna be making begin for hooking. He got stick on the hands and you know that That's an automatic.
"caroline lane" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"North Austin. Hello? Yes, sir. Yeah, right. And you, uh, several broccoli plants and cabbage plants in for the last three weeks, something to be eating a bunch of homes in the leaves. I go out there is all times of the day and night trying to see if I could find some kind of worms underneath the leaves or on top for little bugs or something. I don't see anything. Sounds like worms. Oh, aye, Czar there any Discoloration around what is being eaten or or what's missing the whole. Is there any discoloration around the ring? Gee, I don't know. And it's raining pretty hard out there right now. No, I just understand that, but it sounds like worms are caterpillars. Um, uh And there's AH, wonderful, Say product. The chemical don't know the name, but it's B T are the initials It's known as B T. And there's a brand slug O It's very popular and safe. And there's a slug O plus. And I would recommend getting the slug O plus. Just in case it's another critter. That may be doing it s Oh, that would be your best bet on. That s O. It's again with holes around and see if there's any Discoloration if it's freshly cut. Most likely that is a caterpillar or warm, sir. Okay, Larry. Okay, well, I'll try. I'll try you that struggle Plus or beaky then and yeah, believe off 3rd 3rd side. Th you are Garcia de es, ther aside, I believe is this Bt chemical that I'm mentioning. And it is in the slug O product. So look for look for those names somewhere, and they'll don't we'll have it for sure. It's quite common. That side. Yes, yes, it's completely safe. It's well, it's well known, so they'll know exactly what you're talking about. When you ask for BT Aurthur. Assad or slug Slug O Plus Any of those words, and they'll take care of your son. I think I haven't seen any slugs in my garden but a half snails. Would swell that that would be in the same category. My book, So that's I think that's what's going on. And with that, I forgot the various little tricks of people do, But, you know, put a little Saucer pan down into the ground, flushes the ground and pour some beer in it. This is one option and there's um There's some other tricks that you could do to bait. Snails. Into a spot right now. I can't think of anything other than the beer trick, but I think one is ah. Another using aluminum pan. I can't get it right now. But there's something about the aluminum that smells will actually run away from killing. It makes him go away. But anyhow, try those things. And it should. Help out there for you later. I hope it works out. All right. Okay. Thank you. Yes. You bet You have a wonderful day today. You too, sir. Like All right, Let's Zagato See Carol Caroline Lane passes How are you doing? I'm fine, Mr Jennings. Alison were envious of your reign. You're getting heavy rain. It was this warning and It kind of follows me on a Saturday morning for some reason for last couple of months. I can't explain it every time a start driving here it's there's some amount of rain and I'm coming from Cedar Park. Down 15 Miles toe north Aston on 35 to the studio way just head our way and visit us a little bit. Don't always so way. Got it. We like it here in land passes. I wanted to ask you more about that queen's grief Clear again Drum that you were talking about. Where do you get your plants? Now the queen's wreath was it was a coral vine. I'm sorry. The bleeding heart bleeding heart clarity, right compared them well. Lot of the plants I believe or not. I have had for Some 10 15 years, some even longer. Uh perennials even transported from love it. 15 years ago. And Currently here in this area. I, uh Lot of the trump more the tropical type that's not necessarily Let me let me start over. Form or the tropical top of flowers. I typically like a double blossom hibiscus that are very unusual species. I will go to Hill Country, water gardens or water. Lily, Obviously I'll go there. Okay now for variety and Hill Country has a lot of variety. Don't don't misunderstand me, but For a wide range of Lance McIntyre's nursery in Georgetown is a love going there. I'm always finding something. I get in trouble every time I go there on do you know how I get out of trouble with my wife? Her favorite type that her favorite color is purple. So if you buy something purple, Yes, yes, And sometimes I have to buy two purple flowers because I bought too many things. And that's where the yesterday Yes, That's where the yesterday Today tomorrow comes in. By the way, That's that's that purple flower that changes to pass fail to wise it ages as our as we age. Alright, right. But yes, sir. A source that bleeding heart specifically, um, I've pretty sure I got that McIntyre's nursery and never been there, but I got another be worth a visit. Well, it's incredible the diversity of flowers and what's out there and really what will work in this area, and, uh, it's not all some of its trial in there, but A lot of it's not with all the research now that we have everything I've done in my life was essentially without the Internet. Well, now with the Internet, you go. Oh, this should work. I mean, if it works in Italy, you know the Rocky Mountains. That's probably gonna work here, you know, and put into looking at the whole family of the clear again, drums on on the Internet, and they brought a picture. It's It's an amazing variety of flowers in that family. There's no doubt you have the beautiful white red White pink varieties and the solid red varieties and then also the player danger. Look up to Uganda. U G A N got you Continent looking at that flower on that It's incredible. In fact, mine is in full bloom right now. Yet again,.
"caroline lane" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hello from Wonder Media Network. I'm Jenny Kaplan, and this is encyclopedia Manica. Today we're talking about an inspiring. Suffrage, just she was a skilled political strategist and peace advocate. Let's talk about Carrie Chapman capped. Caroline Lane was born on January ninth 1859 in Wisconsin the second of her parents three children. When she was six years old Carey's family moved to a farm near Charles. City Iowa at the close of the civil war. Growing. Up Kerry was of baristas reader often memorizing and reciting entire columns in the paper. Carey said she became a suffrage EST and a very young age when she learned that her mother lacked the same voting rights father. Kerry later said. It was feet dot a career that took me in charge. I could never forget that rank injustice to my mother. I. Verily believe I was born suffrage Est.. Carry enrolled at Iowa State University in eighteen seventy seven where she was the only woman in her. Class. She worked her way through school by washing dishes and serving his librarians assistant. Kerry also enjoyed extracurricular activities choose the first female student to give an oration before a debating society and helped start military drills for girls. After graduation Carey began working as a teacher and principal. At, twenty four years old, she became Mason City, school superintendent she was one of the first women to be appointed to such a position. Two years later she married newspaper publisher Leo Chapman. Leo died of typhoid fever the following year. After. A period of grieving Carey began working at a newspaper in San Francisco. In eighteen eighty seven carey returned to Iowa and joined the Iowa woman suffrage association she worked as a lecturer and writer. Four years after her first husband's death she married engineer George W cat who should I met in college? Around that time, carry also became active in the national. American. Woman suffrage. Association. She became head of field organizing eighteen, ninety five and five years later she succeeded Susan B. Anthony as president because of her stellar speaking and writing skills she became known as a leading suffragette West in nineteen. Oh, four Carey resigned as president of the National American woman suffrage association to care for her sick husband he died in October nineteen o five starting a succession of deaths in carries life including Susan B Anthony in nineteen o six and her younger brother William and her mother in one thousand, nine, hundred, seven friends encouraged grief-stricken Kerry to spend time abroad. So. She spent the next nine years advocating for equal suffrage globally as president of the international woman suffrage. Alliance. In Nineteen fifteen at the request of many suffragettes, Carey returned to the US and resumed leadership of the National American woman suffrage association, which at the time was divided over suffrage strategies. At that point, just a few states had granted women. The right to vote Kerrey famously said in nineteen sixteen the time for women's has the woman's has struck. Under her leadership several critical states approved women's suffrage including New York in nineteen seventeen the next year President Woodrow Wilson, his stance on suffrage and supported a national constitutional amendment. The amendment was passed by Congress in Nineteen nineteen and was ratified by the states officially added to the Constitution one hundred years ago last month in August nineteen twenty. Many attest this triumph to carries imaginative and resourceful leadership. Soon after carry reorganized the suffrage association into the League of Women Voters to work for strengthening progressive legislation throughout the country. In the nineteen twenties Carey was an active international peace advocate. At the start of World War One, she joined with Jane Addams to organize the Women's Peace Party. During the Inter war period, she worked for refugee relief efforts and child labor. Protection laws. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, three in response to Hitler's rise to power. Kerry organized a signed letter of over nine thousand non-jewish American women condemning repressive laws against German Jews. She pressured the US government to ease immigration restrictions, for Jews, fleeing Germany. For her work, Carey became the first woman to receive the American Hebrew metal. After world. War Two carry actively used her influence to have qualified women placed on. Certain. UN Commissions. On March ninth nineteen forty seven Carey died of heart failure in New York. She donated her entire state to Iowa state her Alma Mater. Kerry gained praise for her work both during and after her lifetime. She was featured on the cover of Time magazine in Nineteen Twenty Six and received the Pictorial Review Award for her work in international disarmament in nineteen, thirty. In nineteen forty, one, Eleanor Roosevelt gave carry the Chi. Omega. Word at the White House. In Nineteen ninety-two carry was honored as one of the ten most important women of the century by the Iowa Centennial Memorial Foundation. Today carries childhood home in Iowa has been converted into a museum honoring her legacy and the history of the Women's suffrage movement. All month we're talking about activists for more on why we're doing what we're doing check out our newsletter weekly. Follow us on facebook and Instagram at Encyclopedia Britannica and follow me directly on twitter at Jenny M. Caplin. Special. Thanks to Liz Caplan my favorite sister and co-creator. Tune in tomorrow for a special bonus episode brought to you by the woman suffrage Centennial Commission. The woman suffrage, Centennial Commission, and the US Senate designated August as National Women's suffrage month a month long celebration honoring the history of women's fight for the vote. They have a non-partisan mission to ensure that Americans across the country have the opportunity to participate in this antennae oil and to learn about this important but often overlooked history..
"caroline lane" Discussed on Man Tools Podcast
"Good evening everybody. Welcome to me and tools oh L. Texas. Not Now I wanted. So. The person next to me is obviously not Eric Madrid. My lovely wife Caroline Lane Eric had a A work thing and we know that man tools rule number one is work comes first. So we shall press on an endeavor to. Do the show without him Thank you for joining us. WE HAVE A. Killer show lineup for you tonight Why is first of all? How was your week? That's usually how we start. Extent spin eventful. See, we've shared the week, but they don't. Is there anything you want to? Highlight okay. ME. That The upside is done with the summer reading school stuff. So Yeah they're getting ready to go back to school hopefully in person. And I'd like to a big shoutout out to my mother. who had her for the majority of summer and really worked very hard with her on her reading. So good job mom yes, she did. Yeah. That was quite helpful. It's always nice to have A. Current or former teacher in the family. Definitely definitely assistance with that. Coming up here momentarily, we are going to bring in our guest Her name is Wendy. Freezing. She is a hypnotist and expert in men's sexual issues. And WE'RE GONNA talk to her about what those issues are, how she treats them with hypnosis. So I'M GONNA say without further ADO. We'll go ahead and. You're on and. Knock on wood all the technology works correctly. Hey Hey. Who Knew All right? Make, me look a little younger. Great to meet you char- this is great. Thank you so much for coming on. This is my wife. Caroline. She's not normally my co host but she's stepping up and filling in this evening and I think when I talked to her about what you do she was rather intrigued and interested so. Why. Don't we start with you kind of explain. Who you are and what you're about and what you do. Well I am a hypnotist I have been for twenty five years and I got into this business with school that I went to. But it was in a time where hypnotherapy was still a bunch of old men. You know like close short fat guys swing a watch and I felt out of place. Oh my gosh. I. Went to a conference and I was just stunned it like these are not my people you know. It's changed over the last twenty, five years. There's a lot of really smart people in the. hypnotherapy field and together we innovate a lot of things like finding out what works what doesn't work in collectively thousands of US work together to help innovate, you can do with hypnotherapy. So speaking of what you can do with hypnotherapy your message to us. It touched on some some specific things you said that you deal with some. Men's sexual issues. Included things like E. D and. Impotence and you also said something about size I'm very curious about how hypnotism can affect size. I see that. Oh Well. I guess we'll just start there. All right. Okay. Well. I'm doing hypnosis recordings on cassette tape way back. Then I may recordings at work for men to have a better sex life like you know impotence things like that. But someone emailed me and I remember his name is James and he said, can you use hypnosis to make my thing bigger? Hiddensee say thing he said. And I said I don't think. So I've never done that. I've never heard of anyone doing that. And he said we'll. Could you just try and I didn't want to do a session with them in person for that because I'd be kind of weird. So I made a cassette tape that was to enlarge his penis and. I and I even told him I said, I have no idea if this award and you said, well my. My wife is going to be gone for a month son GonNA use that tape while she's gone. And he did for months and then he told me that Things are getting bigger even flaccid. It was big. He said as fuller erections are bigger than he measured everything when his wife got back. He said it was a little bit harder to get it in when we had sex. And I was stunned because I thought there's no way this can't even be but also. There's a pot of gold. Sure. I made a website. Beh was bigger is better dot com. That's not my website anymore I sold that domain a few years ago but I was just four men and for sexual issues. So many men used the program Gosh, I got the most amazing testimonials from Mandalay would measure and they did it consistently and they said. This much longer this much bigger and it's bigger flaccid all. Something is growing in there. It's bigger when his flaccid something definitely happening. I had no idea at that time in my career that we had this power in our brain to do this although there is a lot of research about breast enlargement for women with noses from Ucla and Stanford and some of the stars of p Sure. Yeah, let's say that one. Anyway, they did twelve weeks studies on women to enlarge their breasts and made measure the breasts every week, and the way they measured them was like if a woman leaned forward, their boob would go into container water see use the water displacement to your how much it had grown, and the success rate is phenomenal that women in twelve weeks can have a cup is or two cup sizes. So that's what clued me that maybe we can do with the man to go more perky. About that I haven't tried that but. If it bigger, they'll probably be a little firmer maybe. So I'm do you have. A solid explanation of what's going on F- you know. How I mean obviously the brain and the mind affects the body in ways that we don't even realize but with something like. something like size. Of anybody part were we happened to be talking about penises and breasts, but anybody part It's a little different than say something like the way it functions. which if thinks issues like Ed and and epidemics, you can kind of. See A-. It's more plausible to connect some kind of psychological issue to something like that than it is. The physical size of something. So I'm just curious. Do you know what exactly is happening when a?.
"caroline lane" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"We don't need to come inside to measure a formal virtually impenetrable improperly installed that's how we do with synthetic glass block dot com Baghdad Iraqi interviews will holding position this time for former president Obama and usually cover Bashir president trump I think we've been held for a like our from base one day but nonetheless were and are familiar position I'm I'm waiting for the day when Tom Weedman trustee of a sycamore he when he was on a press conference and we have to pause their time for that so you never know that's fine so in the meantime we have we have other news the rock dot I don't know if you saw this story or not but it's it's kind of fascinating but it's also just dumber than hello good lord a woman has she went underwent breast augmentation okay she worked in the fitness industry as a model her name is tia from Texas go figure as a fitness issue worked in the fitness industry as a model left her feeling insecure about her chest size so she underwent surgery and Boise buzz bomb because she only ended up with the C. cop and she decided that you know and then I'm not quite satisfied so she underwent another procedure only this time one of my model friends referred me to a guy and her chest looked awesome he was a dentist but I thought it was a doctor oh my god so I can't share it on the radio obviously but man it looks horrible it looks like you could do a better job of a medical textbook in a scalpel out let's let's put it this way it looks like a Dennis did it okay it I've always said there there's two things you never want a deal on Rightmove sometimes in life you want you know I want a good deal for that new truck I want a good deal in the house you don't want to necessarily go for a good deal on a tattoo or plastic surgery right here yeah I'm ready to pay full price whatever it costs to do the job absolutely correct if I want that to add to it you know the last thing I want is a bit you know get a discounted price and have it look awful for the rest of my life right well I like I said you you want to see this thing and obviously we're not visual medium but maybe I'll put all the bloggers on they don't know if I can or not because the pictures but it it looks like she has volleyball's strapped towards Kelly and and and not in a good way of there is not a given there is a good way to for that to happen right I I gotta tell you a story so I got a friend he is more of a quienes guy you used to know more in anyway he's a he's a plastic surgeon right down in Miami he's like a big big deal and yeah on on Facebook or Instagram live whatever he has this this woman stand there like with her shirt off in these keys all scrubbed up and he's got like a pen and that marks an art we're gonna do the breast augmentation here and we're gonna get some lifting he's pushing around and I mean real one body other body talk ever like man you know I I struggled through a bunch of press coverage isn't in slave away on covert nineteen data all day my buddy one around and looked at that sites on the internet for commercial real estate this guy's playing with boobs all day long what the hell's going on right we life you know he's just shows different I guess it was as funny as the first hoping you like just posted this on Facebook live like how is that possible and then you start question and you know what what you do for a living I'm not that I don't love this job but in that particular moment his job is too bad I don't know let's see here a young man you have time for a change I don't think it is time for me to go to med school and learned surgery yada yada yada in the in other news this past Sunday night in Santa Cruz California you don't like the the police don't have enough to worry about right now police were kept busy after spawning a John Deere tractor on the highway seventeen officers say was going fifty miles an hour on a four lane highway with no lights on they say the driver refused to pull over and a very low speed pursuit ensued for about ten minutes when when when they have we're what do you think you're going and the go figure when he was stopped he was arrested for delight and tractor theft so this guy got drunk and decided to steal a tractor now I've been pretty lit up before but I never jumped on a tractor and went hold my beer I'm get me a tractor what was the guy's name George Jones by the way was the famous for this like get a D. U. I. ANA on John Deere lawn mower something that was it was of the I was a riding mower and he was even though the weather could drive his car so he just jumped off his riding lawn mower and acted like he was cutting the grass on the side of the highway on the way to the bar will Ferrell was planned but it didn't work out why the old possum couldn't like sit missiles and get drunk I don't have a clue what does get there must've been some hot Babe there the bargain like I gotta go Z. Rosalyn yeah Debbie yeah I got the honor of told the story on here before but but I used to play with on the Titans his name is Brad Cassie lives in Texas and he said that his dad went to a George Jones concert and you know he's late as he always was right so the crowds can get non tense in like he said George Jones stumbles on stage sit in is so drunk that two guys one guy on either side and had to hold him up the entire concert he's that loaded and he said he saw some of the most beautiful he's ever heard anybody sing in his entire life I can hardly know what planet he was on it by looking and couldn't even stand up but when it came down to sing body just like at nailed it like no one is now before the life he said it was the most amazing experience he's ever seen especially the concert and the crazy yeah I have that same thing I saw I didn't see this but I talked to a guy who worked at the B. M. back in the day and they went up to Detroit to see kiss it was a giant outdoor thing it I think it was I think was the old Tiger Stadium and they one up and it was kiss was the headliner and Alice in chains was the next band I mean I'm is there is like five bands or whatever but Alice in chains was the the opener before them well that was but a short man unfortunately thank god rest his soul Layne Staley yeah they they brought the band came out on stage and just exactly what you're saying Layne Staley kind of staggered out on stage it was kinda like didn't really know worry was that into roadies had to corral them and bring a lamb either my main and these settings because I am he saying great but didn't know if they didn't corral um he was going to be over there simply is that's that's that's amazing shows you how guess how often they are under the influence I guess you could say where they can still function and do their jobs it in an integrated fashion it's crazy well that is amazing to be that messed up and be able to function like that at that higher level because like you said unlike the other guy said George Jones he's saying great he couldn't stand up yeah so great just one of those things man one of those things all right we're waiting for former president Obama speaks so in the meantime we will go to traffic rob what's going from the UC health traffic center your actions can help save lives please help prevent the spread of cove in nineteen by wearing a mask practicing social distancing and washing your hands often just checking the latest on the backup seems to continue on southbound seventy one south of Sparta and the Kentucky speedway in Gallatin county so was best to avoid that area if possible that's been closed for quite some time seven seventy five looking a little bit better now so you're still a bit slow from liberty to the Brent Spence bridge from the construction earlier and south seventy one approaching the Lytle tunnel and across the Fort Washington way from construction earlier in the day on south on seventy five in northern Kentucky heads up for some debris reported in the center lane west bound to seventy five past Montgomery road traffic heavy now and the construction between Turkey foot and seventy five on west bound to seventy five Todd hunter remains closed in Monroe between route four in Caroline lane due to some downed power lines I'm rob Williams news radio seven hundred WLW this is breaking news on news radio seven hundred WLW president Barack Obama is not participating in a town hall event speaking about aids saying he's going to be fifty nine soon he says everyone has been experiencing pain and uncertainty lately but he says some of an experience it more than others it's going out of former president Barack Obama and we can't forget even as were confronting the particular acts of violence that when does loss our our nation in the world is still in the midst of a global pandemic that's exposed the bonobo reserve our health care system but also the district treatment and as a consequence of this printer act it exists in our healthcare system the unequal investment buyer sees that have led to a disproportionate number of infections and loss of life in our communities and call so it's been a lot of ways what has happened over the last several weeks is our challenges and structural problems here in the United States have been thrown into high relief our Barrett B. outcomes not just of the immediate moments in time but they're the result of a long history slavery Jim crow redlining institutionalized racism not too often have been the plane this original sin of our society and in some ways as tragic as these past few weeks have been as difficult and scary and uncertain as they grow up they've also been an incredible opportunity for people to be our awake to some of these underlying trends and they offer an opportunity for us to all work together to tackle the trademark to change Erica and and make it live up to its highest ideals all up and part of what's made me so open was the fact that so many young people have been galvanized and activated and motivated and mobilized because historically so much of the progress that we've made in our society has been because of young people Dr king was a young man when he got a ball since our shoppers was Yamanaka S. was a younger leaders of the feminist movement were were young people leaders of union movements were were young people the leaders we admire metal movement in this country and the movement to make sure that the LGBT community are finally out of voice and was represented we're young people and so when I want when when sometimes I feel despair I just see what's happening where young people all across the country and the talent and the voice and the sophistication the pair to spying on it makes me feel optimistic it makes me feel as if no this country's going about now I want to speak directly to the young men and women of color in this country who as founder so eloquently described have witnessed too much far too much debt.
"caroline lane" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Well somewhere around the top of the hour we're going to be having I believe a statement from president Obama we will take you there live but all rock we've been here about all these crimes alleged and otherwise and real crime and all that stuff I mean now we're talking about you know the murder charges in Minnesota and all that stuff and writers and stuff well in Vermont apparently things are a little bit I don't know how you say Mellor in Palm while not all Vermont remonstrate police say a Massachusetts man oh man I got an outsider say this guy Krista I can't even say his last name of Williamstown mass was a passenger in a car driving down route seven in Vermont there shortly before us six PM when he threw a large pickle out the window and hit Carl Hoffman of Danby Vermont it was a V. trans worker which is Vermont transport it was on the side of the road and and it caused him pain that's the quote from the Vermont paper referral program Turner's car a custom page okay that's all you needed up he he he was charged he was cited to appear in court on charge of simple assault so for hitting a guy with a pickle I mean look at this I guess everyone's pain is is subject to them right where where does it end right where where is the the suing in the payment plan yes the PTSD stop mark that's the only reason I did that story because that really caught my eye on that said and it caused him pain it comes with a pickle one man my back you got it with a pickle all it is that pretty amazing so hello from I see the the last US citizen receiving a civil war pension dies in North Carolina she they said now pension as the daughter of veteran and she will begin receiving a monthly government check starting in the mid nineteen fifties twenty fourteen article with Washington post reveals Irene receive a monthly check of seventy three dollars and thirteen cents and she passed away Sunday at the age of ninety due to complications following surgery and hi is this for you may you sore and I was talking about this with a friend today and they made a good point he E. L. we think the levels we think history is so far in the past Roma go the civil war that was way way way long time ago well here's a I. I. a connection to something that's in you know Santa makes it makes all realize it's not exactly that but long ago but I thought that was a that was pretty pretty interesting man and well now that I you know I'm now that I'm getting older here in my sixties and I and I think back when when my parents when I was a kid and my parents would talk about stuff that happened like when it's all relative right in the end they get me bodied listing right I don't care if you're well you're forty and you know what seems a long time ago to you is different from a guy like me it that seems like a long time ago does that make sense yes when I because I I would like and we were talking yesterday about the sixties and the demonstrations and all that stuff yeah I was a kid but I remember it and I remember as a kid when my mom and dad would talk about stuff that happened fifty years before that well they weren't even alive fifty years before that but they were talking about their grandmas and all that stuff and all this going to happen and they knew a bit about the history of the family and but do you know they would talk about the depression and stuff and we're talking like the sixties when I was a little kid and I'm thinking wow I can't even that was so long ago I can't even believe that happened oh my god thirty years ago because in in my life isn't that low yeah if you're fifty thirty years isn't that long for you you certainly remember thirty years ago I mean you were ten years old but you certainly remember what was going on at that time no you yeah absolutely you do in your member ID I mean you know I talk about this and I know you agree how how else quickly life goes the more years you know later writes amazing yeah I I I told my my buddy you know all of us all of us you're my body's going to college with a turning forty this year and we're like wow man the analysts as ministries in this and that I'm like here's what's even crazier think about when we first met I was twenty years ago okay right now we're running twenties right in that's the in that period from when we met to now flew by right would you agree and say yeah well in that same period of time we will be sixty per cent of it there's only gonna fly by even coworkers to resume later yeah we want to get depressed real quick you start you start twenty thought someone had to forward thinking math here and it's it's not a pretty thing well let let's put it this way when the sergeant pepper's album came out I was ten and I remember hearing that song when I'm sixty four and I'm like wow that's a long ways from now thank you so much anymore hi I am I gonna say you kind of kind of along those lines you know when when I remember when I heard welcome to the jungle on eighty let's say local oldies station I was like wow this is now only use music but I remember like it was it was yesterday you know nineteen eighty eight I swear to you I was walking through Kroger and I heard welcome to the jungle on their muzak you know they got the in store on the whole thing going I swear to you I heard welcome to the jungle animal like they switched channels or something but now they always there you know they just want to get up beat music I guess Dick move you through the store and get the next people enter some yeah well I don't know how the music that was yeah in in music that was controversial in AG is now listen divide it by us old people right this kind of political doubts if it's funny I was talking to my boy M. one of my boys one day about about girls were just I'm just laughing and giving them the business a little bit and I go you know what you mean I'm I'm being serious about this you want to hit on a girl may plans some old music yeah yeah and we you know we we like the Beatles and stuff I'm like no no no I love the Beatles I'm talking like Sinatra play little Ella Fitzgerald or something like that yeah they're like I never even heard of that there is not there is but none of the other stuff as I trust me the girls will melt they're going to think you're cool and sophisticated and all that yes yeah at but I've said that to both of them at different times of both of them said now they're just going to think of what we heard believe me you play a little like Frank Sinatra Lamela's Sinatra get I'm in the mood and I said you know you're not one of those punks that plays like Hulu so let's listen to some Drake man but on the Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald together that's a the closer yes the pants in the ground right then and there like you're nuts so clearly they've they've changed in the last twenty years as I met your mother yeah so anyway is coming up and we had president Obama former president Obama coming up here at at five we're supposed to hear from him but now we check in with rob rob's opinion on you know you want to get the ladies in the mood do but little Devo on listen print reports from and from last this morning we are in life I think giving R. eighteen traffic that was it was a good one is black Friday of two years ago absolutely check out this back up on seventy one so I don't know really I I I love that kind of magic the old the old standard Sinatra and yeah there's just nothing like that stuff well that's what I told him I was like you know try this stuff and thank me later and they're like yeah okay dad I'm all over it well I used to listen to the old beautiful music format when I was in my early twenties I just my dad listen to that kind of music and and I just really enjoyed it yeah because well that's what got me into old country I mean I Love Me some Hank Williams I listen to that stuff all day long yeah there's just some great stuff out there so much from the UCL traffic center your actions can help save lives please help prevent the spread of covert nineteen by wearing a mask practicing social distancing even washing your hands often well the constructions done for the day south of the Brent Spence the left lane has been opened and traffic remains slow now back toward liberty it's slowly improving you're also slow on southbound seventy one below Gilberton reading getting on the Fort Washington way that all should be clearing up here in the next fifteen minutes or so the whatever is shut down southbound seventy one is continuing I'm assuming it's an accident I don't have access to a camera on the highway there it's below Sparda and there is still a very heavy back up in that area Todd hunter road remains closed between route four and Caroline lane due to some downed power lines there latest accidents on Jesup at Cheviot road and on dry fork at seventy four I'm rob Williams news radio seven hundred WLW the forecast from a seven hundred WLW weather center for tonight's storms developing could see some heavy stuff will keep you posted the low of sixty seven for tomorrow partly cloudy again a chance of rain and storms and a high of eighty five it's eighty eight now news radio seven hundred WLW view 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"caroline lane" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"For a limited time only and only and genesis diamonds on approved credit on Montgomery road traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. W. Cincinnati Minnesota's Attorney General ups the stakes in the George Floyd murder case this is the fourth thirty report I meant weeks breaking now minutes ago you heard it live here on news radio seven hundred WLW the Attorney General in Minnesota announcing the three former cops involved in the death of George Floyd have now been charged today arrest warrants were issued for former Minneapolis police officers J. A. king Thomas lane and to tell finally I'd like to announce that today in every county attorney Michael freemen and I filed a complaint the charges police officer king lane in town with aiding and abetting murder in the second degree a felony offense Attorney General Keith Ellison also boosting the charge against the cop who had his knee on George Floyd snack a week ago Monday killing him Eric Chauvin now charged with second degree murder up from third degree let's check your drive home now the latest traffic and weather together from the UC health traffic center your actions can help save lives please help us prevent the spread of the cove in nineteen by wearing a mask practicing social distancing and washing your hands often heavy traffic remaining on southbound seventy one thanks to the construction between the Brent Spence and twelfth in pike the left lane is closed there but you don't have any problems getting through there it's the delay above the bridge and the bottle neck that's created about ten minutes to your drive back to the western hills viaduct traffic's heavy across Fort Washington way onto southbound seventy one toward Gilbert and reading as well reported southbound seventy one shut down south of Sparta very heavy traffic I can see still in that area Todhunter road closed between route four and Caroline lane due to an accident that has power lines down across the road and an accident state line road between Cincinnati Louisville road and alpine Dr at the Indiana Ohio border I'm rob Williams news radio seven hundred WLW the latest forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred WLW using clouds storms later and a chance of severe weather a low sixty eight tomorrow mostly cloudy scattered storms in the afternoon high of eighty four at night rain ending in a low sixty eight.
"caroline lane" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"The Minnesota gun owners caucus on an when I tell you that I am so worried about these gun bills. I mean, I just I'm so worried about them. Rob. Dr said, I was not being insanely crazy about it at all. I was actually being truthful the the Bill number eight, the background checks is absolutely ridiculous. But the red flag laws the red flag. Bill is the one that really troubles me. The most right, rob, Dr right? Yeah. Just imagine that all of a sudden the sheriff come to your door and knock on your door and say, hey, your ex spouse has taken out this emergency protection order, and you need to surrender all of your firearms. You have no idea that this was coming. You had no idea any accusation has been levied against you. This decision was made in a court hearing without you present without you even being formed of an accusation. And now, they're taking your gods. What happened to due process, rob doesn't exist? Apparently. That's just absolute someone could come after you. They could come after me, they could go after stand for absolutely. Nothing. Yeah. And the list of people who can file this is incredibly broad. So this is family are helpful members. Which means a spouse or former spouse, parents and children persons who are related by blood people who I've lived together or lived together in the past. There's no timeframe on that. So it could be your college roommate from thirty years ago. People have a child in common. If you're a suspected to be the parent of a child or anybody who you have ever had the law says a significant romantic relationship with oh my gosh, all of these people in perpetuity can get one of these red flag orders. Now, all they have to do is go to a court in show by a preponderance of the evidence for that is fifty point zero zero zero one percent that you pose a danger, and they can tell whatever story they want. They can they can cry. And I guarantee you the just about any judge is going to issue these because what judge wants to be the. The one that got it wrong. Right, right. What judge wants that on on their head? If they got it wrong. So these are going to be issued out, you know, I it's just it's just Incan paper. You know, what what's it to them? Then in order to get your guns back. So they called the sheriff knocks on your door. Takes your firearms way in order to get your guns back. You have a hearing fourteen days later, and you have to prove by clear and convincing evidence, which is a significantly higher legal standard that is just under beyond a shadow of a doubt is clear and convincing evidence. You have to prove that you are not dangerous. You have to prove a negative. You have to prove something that doesn't that is not present. That is just impossible. This Bill is an assault on due process in any gun owner. And I know that one of the hardest things that we we we have is getting the casual shooters into sportsmen and hunters who don't necessarily look at the personal the second amendment for personal protection view is getting them engaged every. Gun owner in the state needs to wake up to what this Bill is. Okay. And you guys are doing such a tremendous job with that everybody pay attention. We're going to get you contact information for the Minnesota gun owners caucus and how you can help. But seriously, rob kenley stop, these do you think I think we can in the Senate down at the capital every single day lobbying. Our legislators on these bills. There's nothing we can do in the house. The house has thirteen votes over the Republicans. So there's really nothing we can do to stop it or slow it down. What we'll try to tie it up on the floor with amendments to make sure that their true agenda is made clear that they just want the guns. I mean, just think about this. We are going after the firearms. So we're saying somebody is so dangerous that they need their firearms. Take it away right now. But we're gonna leave all the knives in the kitchen all the pills in the in the medicine cabinet gas in the garage rope in the in the shed, and we're gonna walk. Away think that we've actually accomplished something. So we're going to try to make their agenda clear that that all they want is gone. But we need everybody everybody here, especially your senators. Engage your senators, and let them know that this is this Bill is just wrong. It's it's flawed from from the first word to the last word and it day cannot pass. It's an assault on constitutional, right? Oh for sure. Well, I just want to tell you my Senator is Caroline lane. And I'm pretty sure she's not with us, but I will contact her. I'll also come over to the capitol and help you lobby or talk to anyone in everyone. You want me to doesn't the gun owners. Congress have a big rally coming up. Yeah. Well, we've got I coming up our lobby, Dan. And I love the rally the rallies in February twenty third this Saturday, but the lobby day is just as important if not more because that's when you get to sit across your your legislator and tell them exactly how you feel. That's coming up on Thursday. January twenty fourth so yeah, put both of those on your calendar. But know, the lobbied is definitely very important. Because even if your Senator and your wrap are anti gun, you get to hear why they oppose these bills. And that gives us some powerful tool that we can use to educate them and educate the public for sure I'm in one hundred percent. Do you want to give out your website or contact information for how people could get involved? Yeah. We're we're very active on Facebook. I got daily videos that I do from the capital there. I also do videos explaining these bills and what's in them. And what the risks and the consequences? Are we've also done some videos about this terrible committee, restructuring they've done where the ways and means committee now has power over everything in the in the process, we talked about that. It's crazy. It's insane. It's absolutely just crazy. But yeah, a gun owners dot our website. We're going under a redesign right now this weekend. So it may look a little wonky, but everything should work there. But.
"caroline lane" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"And one zero three five FM. Good Saturday afternoon everyone. Thank you so much for tuning in this is so funny. Hi, Eric's wife, who says Eric has such as sexy. Vice? Yes, he does now Ellen. You'd better weigh in on cows voice. Pretty quick here. Okay. Just kidding. Just kidding. Hi, guys. Eric and Cal they're here there, and I should tell everyone invited my two friends Calbar Eric Lucero they're both representatives in the Minnesota house of representatives. The session starts on Tuesday. We're talking about all the crazy stuff. The Democrats have up their sleeve. I have said repeatedly that I think the Democrats are loaded for bear. They have the governorship. They have the majority in the Minnesota house of representatives. Thanks for nothing. Kurt doubt in the Senate. We don't have we have Republican control, but not any strong Republicans. So the bottom line is pretty much anything the Democrats want passed. They will find a way to get it. Rammed through Melissa Hartman. And remember she worked really really hard to make sure the Democrats picked up that eight those eighteen seats. So they could take the majority. That's astonishing eighteen seats. That is unbelievable. We lost some good. So representatives we lost some other representatives. I don't really care about. But you know, what we're going to have to work really hard in two thousand twenty to take that majority back because this is important Melissa hartman's Minnesota values plan. This is the same plan that she released in September the plan emphasizes accessible and affordable healthcare, which is so hilarious. They're the ones that screwed up healthcare that made it so outrageously expensive expensive and such a disaster. And now they're telling us that they're gonna fix it. Yeah. Right. Thirty fixed. It it's it's pretty well fixed. Accessible and affordable healthcare through a Minnesota care by in is their solution. Paid sick time and family leave ed- education investments improvements to public infrastructure. There's also an effort to push gun violence prevention and a Bill to change the legal standard of sexual harassment. She said the plan is to unveil the bills on January ninth one day after the start a session and one day before Bill. Filing begins ya. So I would say that we just had to well for another two days day and a half three days. We have a twenty seat Republican majority. Right. The Democrats with an eighteen seat majority are gonna show what a large majority is supposed to do. They are supposed to come out. And. A republican. I should be advocating for smaller government, less taxes, lower taxes. Smaller government, the individual liberty individual liberty all of remove government from my life. So I can make my own decisions. We did not do that are based didn't show up which is one of the reasons we lost so many seats. We did not do what we ran on. So why would anybody show up to vote for us valid question? So this is we should learn from the democ, the DFL and speaker designate horsemen, this is when you get a large majority. This is how you act it's bold it's decisive. It's what you're base wants. Whether you're going to get it through the Senate or not because they don't control the Senate. This is bold and decisive. This is how you're supposed to act when you have a large majority, and maybe when we get a majority back in two years, we can emulate that. And actually right bills and pass bills. That would our base would. Actually, be proud of. I would love to see the base be proud of of something. Instead another way the the model that they have which we Kells. Absolutely, right. We need to begin to mimic. And that is when they have the majority they are willing to unfortunately overreach in the direction of spreading the constitution knowing that they're overreaches likely going to result in them losing seats, but they moved their gender forward. That's right. And it's signed into law right now when we get the majority, and it's unfortunate that we don't have the equal boldness to quote unquote, due an overreach in the direction of returning to the constitution. Instead, there's more of this tip Indus being timid in coming up with excuses or rationalizations not to have certain bills move forward or even get billions. Right. We're more worried about how does this look for the next election cycle as opposed to this is what we were elected to do. Who cares? What the neck whether I win or lose? I was elected to do x y and z. Move it forward if you if we could remove one government program or to government programs or cut taxes significantly or make some major reform in some program. Our base would be happy. They would like to see these kinds of things, and it makes that much harder. If you lost the election Ross, the majority that makes it that much harder. The next time to come back and re implement that. Because we've seen how both sides operate. It makes. That's that's where they're so bold. They will throw anything against the wall. And once it sticks. It's hard to remove it very if not impossible, and I'll tell you one of the things that I'm so tired of hearing is the freeze. Let's not even have a Bill hearing because it'll never be signed into law. That's not how it should work in order to move an agenda. We need to make a differentiation between Republicans and Democrats we need to have the argument we need to make the case in order to make the case we need to have billions. So now, you're in the minority. How are you going to make the case for anything? Amendments amendments. That's it. We will. And this is this is exactly what Eric's talking about. So we offer an amendment. You'll get a vote on it. We can see a clear delineation between what we wanna do and what Democrats want to do will lose. But that's exactly when the Bill hearing. It should have been heard passed out of committee, especially with large majority in the house spoke to the Senate and dies. We have ways at that time you use that as an election tool if we can get something out of the house and the Senate and put her on the governor's desk. Now, we have an election tool to say if I are a Republican governor candidate could come in and say, I would have signed that this would already be law. If I would have been the governor you help your Republicans at all levels by moving things out of one chamber to the next chamber. So the amendments will be able to show that clear delineation NC see now, if you give us some more Republicans, we can move this agenda, but we've done that in the past. And then when we get the majority we. Why? Off to the corner and trust you to do is you told us you were going to do. And then you didn't do it. I mean, that's a valid that over and over which is the difference with the Democrats. They do it. And then just take the take the lumps. Yep. Okay. We're gonna take a quick break here. When we come back. Let's see if we can help you guys in the minority a little bit sooner. Because at these committee hearings, we the people can show up, and that would be a huge huge huge help also contacting your legislators. You know, needless to say Bernardi doesn't wanna listen to me when I and I I've got a few things about Caroline lane. Coming up a little bit later on to it. I mean, it's just absolutely crazy. But people you have to engage with your legislators, and you have to show up at the capitol. We'll talk about it when we get back. Sue Jeffers, twin cities news talk ammo eleven thirty and twincitiesnewstalk dot com..