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Fresh update on "charleston south carolina" discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Becoming all pro, they don't come from real big universities, the power 5 universities. I mean, obviously, we've got a lot of good ones. I'm very proud of, in fact, I gravitate towards themes that have Georgia football players on them. And I'm pulling for the Philadelphia Eagles to win the Super Bowl. But I would say that these earlier ball games, if you pay attention to them, you may be watching people that are NFL Hall of Famers down the road and are paving the way for their careers in these bowl games. What are your thoughts on that? Yeah, I think that's a good point. Jimmy, thank you before I forget. Thanks for everything you said. It was really some kind comments and I'm glad we were very small part of your rehab. But that is a good point. I think sometimes we get caught up in the big picture and forget until you meet someone or know someone or like you call in, how important all of these are to the participants, you'd be well. Take care of yourself. I'm Ann is up next. You know what, Paul? That guy visit just called, he's got too much damn time on his hands. He went through the rolodex a through zeal in that phone call. I mean, in 2014, he had a knee replacement, and he went right to Mike leech. And he still getting over that knee replacement. The dude's got way too much time on his hands. But we appreciate him being here with you. Are you stepping on my call right now? No, no, no, you don't. I appreciate Jim always referring to me when I wrote that term. You're stepping on a good call. I appreciate that. I mean, you know, but you delivered it very calmly. He says it, frantically. Well, I mean, you know, I just say, I just said that way too, and that's the way it rolls. I mean, you're stepping on a good call. But that guy, he's got too much time on his hands. And I tell you, Paul, how much longer is it gonna? Let me ask you this. How many more times today? Are you going to hear them? Got off his defensive coordinator. Please think they're going to get Paul. You think they're going to get I mean, and then Matt calls it. I won't talk about Texas a and M, you know, that going to motorcycle. He's quarterback developer. He's quarterback whisperer. He's done it. He's done good everywhere. It's all about coordinating here. I mean, how many how many terms does these people let me ask you? And that guy's called as 5% of my life. I will never get back. I'm talking about never get back. And you know what? Let me take it even further. And out of those 5% of those guys, they get to the pros. Hell, 2% get on TV and they shouldn't be on TV analytics. But anywhere, let's move on. How many more terms do you earn? Can I ask you one question on man because I've been tied up all day? All right? I'm in Alabama. You've had your radio on. I've had radio. Have you heard anything about either the offense or defense or coordinator position in Alabama today on the radio? Hello. We sitting here with tater salad and chicken waiting to go to somebody's house to deliver and sacred and congratulations. We're so proud y'all finally got somebody that Nick Saban could find somebody that would actually come and take that damn job. He's done run off everybody in the country. Don't nobody want to work for him. He's gonna start retreading a washed up athlete said he's had a pick. You know, watch the coaches and then somebody call and say, you know, there's not near enough black coaches at the university of Alabama. There's not near enough Japanese. There's not near enough Arabs. There's not near enough anything, but probably missed some. How does the percentage of the people that call you? How many of those people do you think actually listen to this program and the conversation is taking place while they're on hold? Some of them are hope for a long time. And they're so stuck to that one question they've been trying to ask for 6 and a half months. How all of them? That's 5% of everything I will never get back. And listen, do me a favor. As soon as Alabama hires some damn coaches where you tell us and put it on a scrolling bar on TV, so won't nobody ever call again. Have a good day. We will come right back after this. You were listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast. And welcome back, bubba is up next as we continue right here on a Friday afternoon. Hey, Paul. A caller called earlier about 76 Alabama Notre-Dame galley. Now Ben. I was on the USS handling and my captain that means shipped, go to that game. Really? Maybe birdie from Notre-Dame said as brother had tickets for me. So I got on a plane to Chicago and then we made it to South Bend and when we got there for the long term said I did not get to pick it. Oh my goodness. So I had to watch the game in a household of node rainbows. And the guy on that stuff was not 1716, it was 21 to 18. For the winning score and through an intersection inside the 20 yard line to close out the game in battle off. Then he went back and then I don't remember that game. How far away did you have to come to where were you stationed again? Charleston South Carolina. Okay, so it was just Charleston to Chicago. Well, by the way, I realize it's been 45 years, but I feel terrible. You didn't get tickets to the game. I became a shooter thinking holder I paid them back. Okay. Well, you got well, they played Notre-Dame again what in Birmingham. When was the next game? I think
"charleston south carolina" Discussed on A Way with Words: language, linguistics, and callers from all over
"Noah. I'm from Charleston, South Carolina.
WATCH: Hurricane Ian leaves boats piled up at marina in Fort Myers
"Ian is no longer a hurricane after reaching land in South Carolina Some peers have been wiped out along the South Carolina coast and there is flooding nowhere near the damage from Ian in Florida Among the destroyed buildings in Fort Myers beach under a pile of rubble a man was found He was a bit groggy Myers Boats were used to rescue people from flooded homes Andy holbert went by boat to her flooded home in Orlando We just were luckily able to grab some of our stuff and save it before they tell us that we can't come back for a while Kevin Flynn lives in Charleston South Carolina We watch the hurricane all day we saw it go past us up the coast So we felt like we were on the good side of it but we
The Damage Done by Hurricane Ian, Striking Charleston Next
"Now you know the death toll must be significant I don't know The extent of it but when you look at the damage that's been done and you know everybody didn't leave and some people were hunkering down when you're talking about wins like this you're talking about a massive tornado It's pretty much what you're talking about And so much of Fort Myers is gone Along the waterfront They have a whole downtown area that's been built up over the years beautiful area and it's 90% gone Because of a 150 155 mile an hour winds at slammed into it And you think about people in older homes you think about people that have trailer homes other types of homes those people you think about the pets even The dogs and the cats and so forth you just think about all the devastation because that's what this is It's devastation This storm is tracking to Charleston South Carolina Which is a beautiful town And it's tracking as a hurricane category one It went out to the ocean and it's heading back It's cutting across Sort of towards Savannah to some extent but it looks like it's taking aim right now at Charleston Now we're on the radio and Charleston we're on the radio all over the country So you need to heed warnings from local officials You must
"charleston south carolina" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Right, America, welcome back. It's the Jim bohannon show I am rich valdes valdes with an S by the way at rich valdes and all of the social media if you want to join the conversation. Feel free to do so 866-505-4626 hour guest is Scott Powell. He's the author of rediscovering America. Good book you should check it out. He also wrote this piece. The United States is already in World War three and we're going to check in with one of our callers here. Let's see where are we going here? Let's see. Hold on there's a couple here and the font is small. I'm squinting folks I'm squinting. Let's see. Let's go to Robert in Charleston, South Carolina. Robert, welcome, you're on with rich Valdez and Scott Powell. Hi rich Valdez and Scott Powell. I just wanted to say that you don't worry about even if the armed forces were all gay, it wouldn't be a problem. Remember, Sparta was defended by gay forces against the imperial army of against a huge imperial army from the east. Okay. For that, I appreciate it. Very, very poignant analysis coming from South Carolina. We thank you, sir. Our best regards to senator Graham, by the way. Now, Scott Powell, let us continue. Because I had a question for you, which was, what is the common thread of those who want to take America down? And nullify the sovereignty of the nation state. And I know you're right about this. So go for it. Well, it's a false surrogate religion, if you will. And it's a big a globalist view. A global utopian view is a surrogate religious view. Only Christ could bring about a global utopia. We as sinful fallen people imperfect people, unfortunately, we need nation states and we need checks and balances on power and we need relative stability in the world in which we live. But the global utopians really just don't buy into any of this. They have a whole different view and they operate under different terms like the Green New Deal, build back better, the great reset and these people are operating inside our borders as well as from the outside. And in short, we're facing a regular and unrestricted warfare against the sovereignty of our country. And we are the oldest constitutional republic that has provided more freedom and opportunity to our citizens than any other government in the history of mankind. And when we talk about American exceptionalism, let me just tell you a little let people know how do we get our arms around that term? Well, the United States has 4% of the world's population 4%. However, we have we are responsible for 96% of the creativity. That we enjoy in this modern day and age. That has come from the united the creative entrepreneurial know how of Americans. And America having 4% of the population has created 25% of the wealth in the world. And we've also created things like the automobile air conditioning Al Gore's Internet, oh, the list goes on and on and on. And we don't know what the future holds, but it will be more innovation and more creativity. But in spite of this great material progress we've made, I can't say that we've been making very much progress socially and spiritually, particularly in the last 50 years. I would say things really begin to go downhill in the 1960s. It's interesting that prayer was taken out of school and then roe V wade legitimized abortion, which we're seeing a little bit of a reversal in that. And but the future will be different if we make it different. And we need to have a recognition of our the greatness of our heritage and what made us great. And we really need a spiritual revival. We are not going to solve our problems just by politics. In fact, I think that most of our problems are beyond politics. They deal with spiritual values and who we are as people and how we relate to one another. And the idea of being a tolerant country, that used to be a given, we were tolerant of diversity. People had different ideas. Yes. It leads to progress. It's really the competition of ideas that brings out the best ideas. Right? I pay the best idea when. A 100%. That's right. That's right. So if we don't restore those things, we're not going to have a very bright future. Yeah, really well, said Scott pal. We have just a few seconds to go. Let everybody know how they can follow the work you're doing and the research and writings that you're putting out. Well, I think the best thing that you're listeners can do is get my book rediscovering America. It was number one on Amazon as a new release in the historical studies category for 8 straight weeks and it's a phenomenal book and it'll surprise listeners and present a perspective that they've not heard before. All right, let me just give the title again. It's rediscovering America by Scott S Powell. I'm going to send out his blogspot page. Scott Powell, thank you for joining us. Folks, this is the Jim bohannon show. There is way more to come straight ahead so don't go anywhere. Plus your calls are coming up. Hey, there's something different about my mango pineapple smoothie. Really? My grandma rap a tastes fine. Nah, something's definitely different. No difference? Other than I got them for half off because I ordered on the app. Well, that explains it. Explains what? How things seem to taste so much better when you're getting a sweet deal. Okay
The Narrative of Bad White Guys vs. Bad Black Guys
"You know, there's a powerful narrative that has emerged about how all these white bad guys, like the shooter and highland park, Illinois. Or the shooter in Charleston, South Carolina. That monster who massacred those black churchgoers at mother Emanuel church. They brought him or so the narrative goes, Burger King. In fact, the urban legend is they took that monster to Burger King. So he could get, I guess, a whopper before they took him to prison. They didn't take him to Burger King, but as they were interrogating him, and he had gone hours and hours without eating. They brought him food. And the narrative for a lot of people is, look at that. They're bringing the white guy Burger King in jail. And the black guy in Akron, Ohio gets shot 60 times.
Sean Feucht Is Heading to Orlando to Protest Disney
"Folks we're back with John foy, and here's the here's the issue, Sean, travels so much that he's doing this interview from the airport. Any particular airport Sean in case somebody wants to, you know, harm you too late. I'm in Charleston, South Carolina on my way to Orlando, Florida to defund Disney. That's what we're doing today, Eric. Okay, so I want to say it again. You are on your way to Orlando. Tonight. You are going to be at the gates of what is it that it's the Magic Kingdom, Disney World, Orlando. You're going to be there. Rumors. Yes. I'm going to be there. Yeah. And folks, if you can get there, first of all, let's be honest, it's fun. To be with Sean foy to be in an environment where everybody knows, you know, what's what? And is willing to stand against it. There's something really empowering and wonderful about that. So if people want to find you tonight, they know you're going to be in
Mike Gallagher: Joe Biden Is Just Filling a Checkbox for His Next Supreme Court Nominee
"If we try to blow up the nomination process, listen, we could spend all day talking about how disgraceful it is that Biden appears poised to nominate a black woman only because he made a campaign promise that he was that he's going to nominate a black woman for the Supreme Court. Discriminatory, that's awful, that's dehumanizing. That's insulting. If anybody took a position that is one of the most consequential positions in America, only because she checked a box and the guy who nominated you stood up in Charleston, South Carolina at a campaign debate and promised he would nominate a black woman and now he's stuck. I guess he can't back out of that. In order to pacify and appease the lunatic progressives who are trying to pull the strings, I'd be ashamed.
"charleston south carolina" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Comedians including Betty White as the elka a straw ski with a good fun show And we were talking a bit about the fact that today would have been this past day would have been her 100th birthday and they have a documentary that has been shown in theaters across the country Betty White celebration and there are other things out there Google and other places you can find a lot of mention of Betty Robert and the Charleston South Carolina had been talking a bit about his love of animals so please proceed Robert Any help Jim slowing down that this team was out of range he knew she couldn't catch that bird anymore And she just had taken her cub from those who just didn't do it And he put the camera we gave a clear shot for her face And it was just a stone cold sober face that she had And that must be a horrible feeling for a mother to lose their childhood Absolutely Absolutely be Robert And I think you would have had a lot in common with Betty White After a while of talking to celebrities that I've had the privilege of being able to do so for a number of times over a number of years and you begin to get a feel for those who are just to huckstering something and those who in fact are deeply committed to what it is that they're talking about and Betty White was deeply committed to helping animals She just well just a genuinely decent human being by the way and it was something that I think over time she developed a great love Her interest in wildlife actually was sparked by family vacations to the Sierra Nevada mountains in California She initially had aspired to a career as a forest ranger Betty White had but at the time women were not allowed to be forest ragers So she switched to first writing and wound up writing and playing the lead and I graduation play at her high school and then discovered that performing appealed or even more than writing But for the previous caller talking about the Betty White show that aired first from 1952 to 1954 started out on KLA C which is a local television station or was in Los Angeles and then it went on to NBC which is where our color picked that up But yeah right off the bat early on you could see This is a very sincere person and not a phony And I'll be the first to tell you that frankly you run across a few people who well there's no other way to put it There are a few celebrities out there who may be phony is too harsh a word but let's just simply say that they are not what they purport to be okay Betty White I'm pretty sure it's absolutely what she purported to be throughout her life A very funny spontaneously funny person the one who loved animals a great deal And those are what she's known for And justifiably so Al calls in from Las Vegas Hello Al Hey Jim thank you for taking my call You know I'm Latino conservative as you know a lot of conservatives Latinos are conservatives They're finally waking up But I wanted to tell you that Betty White had cross cultural appeal You know even George Lopez who I kind of don't like he's Latino but he's like right wing I mean he's left wing He even gave her some compliments And everybody in our family liked her And she was just generally cross cross culturally very very likeable person Yes She genuinely was a very likeable person and an individual who well again like I said I think the public even though they don't get a chance to sit down maybe in studio and talk with people they get a chance to they can watch someone and over a period of time if you watch someone long enough and listen to them long enough you realize that in fact they are or they are not genuine So I'm glad to hear that about what you said about George Lopez Yeah Again I think Betty White was the real deal I really do And I thank you for sharing that thought tonight By the way Betty White in the show the Betty White show that back in the 50s and mind you this was 1952 to 1954 She had an African American performer on the show a tap dancer Arthur Duncan as a regular cast member She had a lot of criticism and she said live with it And she wound up giving the black performer more airtime and so he never forgot that and neither I'm sure a lot of other people So like I said a genuine Sincere individual Betty White That does apply to every celebrity A Gary in the viola Delaware good evening Gary It ended Jim I'm remembering Betty White as a class act as a golden girl she was 14 karat My opinion My first memories of Betty White was as I was watching the black and white television game show called password.
Caller Champ Describes the Moment the FBI Knocked on His Door
"Back to champ, who was wrapping up his story about what happened to him on January 1 he comes home, FBI agent at his door champ. I hate to keep interrupting you, but now you can finish the story. Oh, absolutely. So they sent a female agent up from Charleston, South Carolina, like I mentioned, I live in a remote area of the pisco national forest and lo and behold, and FBI is here. She reviews photographs, videos, mentions and I have a video of Ashley batt actually. That was the one that she wanted me to forward to her. And overall, the questions were geared at, are you a member of a militia? Do you want to kill anybody? Because I do have guns in the house and I did not want her to come into my house. She didn't have a warrant to come into my house. And the overall tone was just really sort of pressing the finger down. And after having been there, I've heard your other callers say, we were singing gospel songs. There were people there. Iranians for Trump. They were Chinese. There were groups of people. It was asshole, Colin Powell addressed the Senate because they used to work for senator strom Thurman. I saw him address the Senate after the Gulf War and outside of that. This was the second most patriotic event I've ever attended. Then, to see the ramifications and to hear the reporting on it was so asinine compared to what actually was occurring while we were there. And this being blown into what it is, in my opinion, this thing was set up. It was a play. It was meant to make Trump people seem like bad people. When I've never seen a unification of people from all over the world, colors, races, you name it, all loving, respectful, very, very good people. And what this country is being told is an absolute lie that the stuff that comes out yes, they comparing this to 9 11 pro harbor. My grandmother's first husband was the first American killed in Pearl Harbor. I take extreme offense to saying that what we were doing was anything other than being patriots of this wonderful nation, we are blessed to live in, which is the best nation anywhere in the entire
"charleston south carolina" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Let's head to Washington D.C. for check the latest world in national news Nancy lions is standing by hands Thanks Tim President Biden made one last trip to Capitol Hill to outline his compromise economic plan and to warn fellow Democrats their future majority and his presidency will be determined by its path through Congress The president announced his compromise with key legislators We spent hours and hours and hours over months and months working on this No one got everything they wanted including me I know how deeply people feel about the things that they fight for Any single own of this framework would be viewed as a fundamental change in America Taken together they're truly consequential The president ticked off what survived in the plan including home healthcare for the elderly preschool for children High speed Internet the child tax credit and tax credits for remote electric cars and other actions he can outline at the international climate conference In Washington earth Chapman Bloomberg radio Well as we've been telling you it changes underway at Facebook with founder Mark Zuckerberg announcing this afternoon The company has a new name To reflect who we are and what we hope to build I am proud to announce that starting today our company is now meta Zuckerberg is hoping to attract more young adults by leaning into virtual reality and creating what he calls the metaverse where people can communicate and interact with one another The Justice Department is settling with families who sued after the deadly shooting in 2015 at Charleston South Carolina church Families of the 9 killed by dylann roof will get between 6 and 7 and a half million Those who survived will get 5 million Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and.
"charleston south carolina" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Texas abortion law. New York Governor Kathy Huckle spoke at a rally in Brooklyn. Let's take this battle all across the nation to Washington, the taxes and anywhere else that they have a right to have their hands on their body. Keep your damn hands off our bodies. Keep your damn hands off our bodies. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio also joined Governor Huckle at the rally. We're seeing right now in our country and assault on democracy because the majority of Americans believe in a woman's right to choose period. Mayor de Blasio, New York Lieutenant Governor Brian Benjamin, thank governor Hong Kong for choosing him as he was sworn in to join her administration. Benjamin, who served as a state senator out of Harlem took the oath of office yesterday and locals New York City office hurricane all off as scraped across the southern tip of Mexico's Baja California peninsula and spun back into the Pacific, bringing heavy rain and strong winds to the twin resorts of Lost combos. Meanwhile, the remnants of Tropical Storm Mendy forced local authorities in and around Charleston, South Carolina, to close some roads and worn residents of possible dangers. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts of more than 120 countries, Michael Bar and this is Bloomberg. Nathan. Thank you, Michael. Coming up to 5 10 on Wall Street Time for the Bloomberg Sports Update. Good morning, John Stand shower. Good morning. Eight. They will get to the Yankee struggles in the NFL opener would begin with tennis history. U. S. Open women's.
"charleston south carolina" Discussed on AP News
"General Robert E. Lee in Richmond. Why this? Civil war was fault and and why individuals like Robert E. Lee chose to to traders to the United States. The lease statue became a target of protesters who wanted to abolish simple. Officials in New York are announcing they've identified the remains of two more victims of the September 11th terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center. Just days before the 20th anniversary of the devastating attacks that killed nearly 3000 people and jolted the nation. The medical examiner's office says technicians using DNA were able to identify the remains of Dorothy Morgan of Hempstead, New York, She was a broker for Marsh and McLennan officials also determined the identity of a man whose remains were recovered in separate finds in 2000 and 1, 2000 and two and 2000 and six his family is asking the name be withheld. It's the first time in two years new identification has been made. 1100 remains are still unidentified. Even though teams are still working to match DNA to fragments found, Chief Medical examiner of New York Barbara Sampson says they pledged to do everything they can to make sure all those lost that day can be reunited with their families. I'm Jackie Quinn I Mike Rossi, a reporting Dylann roof seeks a rehearing on his church shooting conviction. Lawyers for Dylann Roof filed a petition Wednesday challenging the fourth U. S Circuit Court of Appeals confirmation of his conviction and death sentence for the 2015 racist slayings of nine members of Mother Emanuel Ame Church in Charleston, South Carolina. Attorneys for roof want the full court to consider his appeal after a three judge panel of the court unanimously upheld roofs, conviction and sentence last month. In 2017 roof, became the first defendant in the United States sentenced to death for a federal hate crime roofs. Attorneys argue he was wrongly allowed to represent himself during sentencing. I'm Mike Rossi, um Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network. Hey, did you know that The Associated Press.
Dylann Roof Seeks Rehearing on Church Shooting Conviction
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Dylan roof seeks a re hearing on his church shooting conviction lawyers for dylann roof filed the petition Wednesday challenging the fourth US circuit court of appeals confirmation of his conviction and death sentence for the twenty fifteen racist slayings of nine members of mother Emanuel A. M. E. church in Charleston South Carolina attorneys for roof want the full court to consider his appeal after a three judge panel of the court unanimously upheld roof's conviction and sentence last month in twenty seventeen roof became the first defendant did the United States sentenced to death for federal hate crime groups attorneys argue he was wrongly allowed to represent himself during sentencing hi Mike Rossio
Charleston Church Shooter's Death Sentence Upheld
"A federal appeals court has upheld dylann roof's conviction and death sentence for the two thousand fifteen races slayings of nine members of the mother Emanuel A. M. E. church in Charleston South Carolina roof's attorneys had argued he should not have been allowed to represent himself during sentencing when he kept jurors from hearing evidence about his mental health but the fourth US circuit court of appeals in Richmond unanimously rejected the appeal and issued a scathing rebuke of roof's crimes the panel wrote dylann roof murdered African Americans at their church during their Bible study and worship they had welcomed him he slaughtered them he did so with the express intent of terrorizing not just his immediate victims at the historically important mother Emanuel church but as many similar people as would hear of the mass murder no cold record or careful parsing of statutes and precedents can capture the full horror of what roof did his crimes qualify him for the harshest penalty that it just society can impose on Ben Thomas
Apple Closes Apple Store in Charleston After Employee COVID Exposure
"Was just a few days ago. That apple was reportedly trying to restart today at apple classes in its stores. Things change quickly. Not only has. The company had to temporarily close a store. Do dacoven nineteen exposure. It looks like there will be plenty of parking apple park until at least early next year. Starting with the store that piece from bloomberg's as the cupertino company has closed a store in charleston south carolina after more than twenty staff members were exposed to go but nineteen with the usual complement of seventy to eighty team members for a store that size bloomberg figures about a quarter of the location. Staff may have been exposed. The website for the store shows the location closed until next monday. The report says there's a sign that the physical location alerting customers to. The shutdown apple declined to comment for that bloomberg piece
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"charleston south carolina" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots
"I don't count the nba stars because they're not olympians. There the hired guns olympics. Nobody gives a fuck about gymnastics outside the olympics. And then woman they do. I can only name one person the olympics outside of nba players. And that is simone. Biles i don't know a single full name of another olympian no too but in that crazy i know simone bothering i know Raymond ravens is because he's from charleston south carolina. Eight four three. How does she know in the shot. Put justin gwen berry. Who the girl who Turned away from the ant. They made fucking thing about that. I know the women's play. I know asia because she's also from columbia to ego resorts. But you understand what i'm saying like. She's she's under immense star. That's what i'm saying. Jordan didn't have to go through that. Join the newspaper. He sports center at night. And that's it. You can turn your phone off. You know see shifts. This girl getting texted articles every five seconds right not only that she probably got ten. Different deals signed sealed delivered. If she wins the all around again. Nike's gonna cut her this check and our agent and her family that works for her gets a piece of that and all these people are about to make so much money off. This one person is long as she excels in that. Shit i understand. Is gus say that. I don't i don't know if this was recent but i read that in a i don't even know she was real but she said she feels like she's doing if everybody except for her. Yup i respect respect that right and everything you said everything you just said is the reason i respected even more. Because she's at the top. She got all this the game and she unplugged and took a step back because she wasn't feeling like she was wish she needed to be mentally and emotionally. I respect i. Don't especially i don't i don't respect it within the confines of the sport because as part of the sport i respect her as a human being and i empathize with what she's going through but i also recognize that immense pressure is what you do like if the president just goes comes out today. I'm not going to be president. We can be back to work. You probably get all the time. He just stays home on twenty and taylor. This president definitely tiny ones..
"charleston south carolina" Discussed on Car Talk
"We'll tell you what drill bits the by guys all right man. Your show guys. Thanks for calling one. Eight eight eight car talk. That's eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five. Hello you're on car. Talk release calling from charleston south carolina. Lisa is that what one esa two one s a. l. y. s. a. l. i. s. o. l. l. lisa lisa release. Elissa is my mother's name. She must be a wonderful woman. No she's not. She is the finest woman the finest that money can buy. Well well i'll tell you this. We have relatives that have more than one first name in the documents. How do they have Well and oriental vinnie about jimmy. You might as well. I mean i don't think you should have on the i'll i'll i'll leave out any in creating stuff but when i was a little kid we had a family friend. Whose name was vincent. Oh i won't give his last name because he might have relatives now. Still carry guns vincent. Oh and everyone called him. Jimmy and i remember dozens of times saying to my dear mother. But i didn't know that jimmy was a nickname for vincent. Yeah why don't they call them. Why and you see. I remember asking the same question myself. A pat on the head boot in the but anyway i mean this one pretty soon forgot. I just assumed that okay. Jimmy is a nickname for vinnie. And a couple years ago when my mother had had a half a glass of wine and was floating around. I happen to bring this up. Because that's been bothering me for for fifty years. And i got the real story all the sorted. The sort of details. Well the reason that vinnie is called. Jimmy is because vincent all was not his real name jimmy v. his real name was jimmy. The and jimmy v. Had come to boston and voice russell. He was gotten washed subway. Thyroid trying to elude capture. But vincent all was really jimmy v. and was in fact in hiding didn't actually it was not. It was not a criminal activity. I must say no it was. It was actually an interesting story which i can tell some day when all the characters on the line at least yes in any event. My mother claims her name is lisa. But it's not what elizabeth my name is really aletha. Okay well see. But we've never seen a birth certificate. I don't think she has one jimmy v. jimmy v. wow anyway from charleston south carolina at least another we board you with all this unnecessary Well actually my question is part automotive and part relationship. That's the perfect kind. Well i know that you two are not only experienced in the automotive field. But quite quite the matrimonial genius..
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"Glad would go ahead and show 18665 Oh, Jimbo and 866554626 with Missouri Congressman Billy Log of the seventh Congressional District, the southwest corner of that state. And again his new website. Very simple, Billy long dot com b I l l y billy long dot com Here's Robert in Charleston, South Carolina, High Hi. I'm Jim. I was thinking of myself. You know, I tried to warn everybody of what was you know what we were in for if if the political situation went the wrong way, and And and it kind of fell on deaf years. And you know, I I experienced in Europe. It was there for a couple of decades. So I was familiar with the German Democratic socialistic system. And of course, the Communistic system was only a few miles away from where it lives, right. And of course, they knew exactly what that was like. But you know, people a lot of times they have to experience themselves before the Before they really learned the lesson, And sometimes that can be too late, because if they ever get into power and take your guns away, which they'll do, of course, there, it's very, very, very difficult, if not impossible to get it back without any blood, letting We were very lucky last time that the United States and the pope and the West Germans Oh, all got together a huge amount of money and influence and the Soviet Union was collapsing. We managed to put it together. Yeah, well, I I would concur with you, Robert very much. And goodness knows. I found it interesting that with the crime going through the roof, Billy that the president's action is, of course, summer jobs for young people, which is not a bad thing, but it's really a band Aid for Terminal cancer. And then of course, go after every gun out there. Uh, I was amazed, I guess at the number of guns out there that are apparently committing crimes by themselves. Yeah, they've got those self shooting guns. Now that you can get on eBay that go out and attack people as you know, Jim, but the you know, talking about the election and about this redistricting, the lady that called from Michigan or where it was a while ago. People need to understand every 10 years. As most people know we redistrict. We draw new lines. As you mentioned earlier, California lost a congressional seat. Texas picked up a couple of thank New York lost one which you know you got to figure the fix was in on those two. I mean, California, as many people bailed out of there had to lose more than one congressional seat if they would have counted accurately and also and New York. They would have lost more than one. But you're at your state Legislature. Talk to your local rep. You can go and you can give testimony while they're considering where to draw these new lines. Make sure your voice Has heard because we're in a very strong position as you mentioned earlier there with Republican legislatures that we picked up and everything, and we did a lot lot. We did great in the 2020 election, except for the White House. I mean, we just Unbelievable How well we did. We were supposed to lose all these seats and we picked up seats and we had a great great cast of candidates and we're doing some good recruiting right now, so we're going to be back strong. In 2022. I see no way that we don't pick up the house. I wrote. Oh, that's that's a given going to be tougher, But we've got to work on that, too. Yeah, that's a given. I think the house even even if it hadn't been the disastrous policies that we're seeing, historically. All right. Cheryl in Washburn, Missouri. That's a constituent of congressman Long's Hi, Cheryl. Yes. Hey, Jen. Hello, Billy. Long, man. Yeah, I want 10 years ago. Years ago. Um, I could not get like delivery for like ups better actually thing to my house. And contact your office and I got like that. And I thank you so much. Okay. I wish you the best. You bet. Thanks. Sometimes I appreciate it. I got a letter, though they gym and intended to keep and I don't know what to put it. But these people wrote in they were one of my constituents from a small community just south of me, Uh, The South and West Springfield. You just a little bit and they said, we did not have mailed the leverage for five. Years. We got our credit knocked down because we missed an ambulance bill because we had the drive in, you know, had to have a post office. We could not get mailed laboratory half we contacted Kim. And Mike and your job in office, but we have a job on Officer Springhill office in Washington office. And they got mail service restarted to our house where we are so thankful for their efforts, But that's not just my office. This is not Kim. That's just not my I'm telling you folks, 435 congressman out there. They can all do the same passport issues. You're having trouble an expedited passport. Call your local congressional office and asked for help. But if you can't get it there Call me and I'll try and get up for you. All right? Fair enough More to come more calls 18665. Oh, Jimbo, With Billy Long, Missouri Seventh District Congressman will be back in just a moment. Broken bricks, falling fences damaged doors. Gorilla glue. Of course, Gorilla glue is incredibly strong, 100% waterproof and bonds virtually everything gorilla glue for the toughest jobs on planet Earth. Donors.
"charleston south carolina" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Studios when you want to see your loan options, just payments and closing costs online in real time. Rocket cat. Coming up this hour here on the show in 20 minutes. We are stunned to a news and a phenomenal way to punish those who came in last in your fantasy football and baseball leagues if you want the punishment of the year For a fantasy sports league. Stick around for that story coming up in 20 minutes from now. Also later on in the hour in 40 minutes from now. How many people Would you offer to buy lunch for if you really wanted to do something nice. A loyal D alien was confronted with that specter over the weekend. When I met up with the listener of ours. When I was on a little vacation last weekend with my wife in Charleston, South Carolina. Will discuss said incident which we also delved into his part of the PGP coming up on the show in 40 minutes. Next hour Basketball last night, the Bucks We'll do the Zion story coming up at the top of next hour, But last night, the Bucks Bouncing back in a big way after that incredible collapse in Game number five, where Kevin Durant did anything and everything to will the net to a victory. The Bucks had two chances or two pathways Rather either you lay down, you roll over because of the series was snatched from you in Game five, and you've got nothing left. Or you stand and fight. And they chose the latter. And I admire them for doing so. They went back home, so they had the home crowd behind him so little easier to get up. But after the way that they lost in game number five The lack of answers that they had for Kevin Durant. The lack of support that Yannis had that game. The poor stretch that Yanez had late in that game as well with turnovers and missed free throws. It would have been understandable to watch the bucks. L fold. Oh, last night. And Yanis did not. And I think this is part of the reason. Yeah, This is a very He's an easy guy to root for. He's a Ruta ble player. He's a ruble superstar is that his attitudes always positive his work ethics always there. He wants to redeem himself and did last night, an easy victory by the Bucks. Makes it a 33 series going to a deciding Game seven in Brooklyn coming up on Saturday night. Standing by. You watch him daily, Unintentional talk on MLB network. There's so many stories going on right now around MLB specifically the foreign substance story that it's great to have him here on the show, Joining us this morning on the program, Kevin Millar. Kevin. Good morning. How you doing? Good morning. What's going on? Everything is going on. How you doing? Um, you know what? It's 100 degrees in often. Texas Summer. Time is here, so we're just kind of trying to stay cool around here. Understandable. So let's talk about this foreign substance situation number one. Do you think it's much ado about nothing, or do you think this has been a serious issue for baseball knees should crack down on it? You know, it's so funny because you know when I played when I played in my last year, I got released in 2010 with the Cubs and spring trains. So it wasn't that long ago. It steals that long ago. But There's been something With every picture at times Now, when I say every picture majority of the pictures and that my biggest concern was like I thought they used I think they used too many baseballs during a game because the first thing a picture does is what You get a new ball, They take off their glove They put underneath their arm and they rub it up. They're slick. New balls are slick. Even with the new, You know, the Mississippi mud they rub on it, So I understand. Well, there was mousse or gel or, you know you're going to your neck to get some sweat or the rosin or whatever it is. Get it now, when it turns into what's the level playing field? What's the spin rate? Now We're in a generation with new numbers and big numbers. Everybody's throwing 100 Miles an hour. Now becomes intriguing. It is kind of like, well, what is it? So I've never had a problem with it because I've had teammates and you know that your buddies with it and summer pictures, Summer position players. But when it becomes the obvious, or now there's an advantage. Yeah, maybe maybe they need to address it. This is what Major League baseball's doing. So was the spider tack. Whatever advantage Spider attack gave was that the breaking point that that was just so much more of an advantage than the rosin or the sweat or the other things that have been used for many, many years. Yeah, it seems that way. Now. I don't know exactly what the spider tag is. I know it's a mix of what pine cars and kind of stick and this map but Yeah. There's so much there's so much there. And I don't obviously the numbers that they went and researched. There's a big gap. There is a big deal and I don't know exactly what it does or help. Other than it's a grip, you know? I mean, if God bless you with arm arm arm speed that you can't teach And you throw 95 to 100 Miles an hour. You throw 95 100 Miles an hour. It's hard to teach somebody how to do that when they're throwing 85. I don't think Jamie Moyer. Only Jamie more could use Spider Attack to throw 100 miles an hour. Kevin Miller joins us this morning on the show from MLB network Intentional talk. We had Tyler Glass now blame Major League baseball for his arm injury, saying he was forced to adjust on the fly middle of the season. That's why he got injured. Do you think he has a case? No, I mean, I I love me some tire glass. Now I really do. Same high school. Good guy, hard worker. Now to me, my ad my opinion. I think that's a little far fetched a little far fetched. I don't know. You know, I'm not picture I never had to throw Kind of baseball with some kind of grip, But listen, you throw 100 Miles an hour. Everybody has surgery You do. It's hard to find somebody that hasn't had their elbows shoulder something cut on when you are a max velocity guy. Period. That's just the way it is. It's the weird way to throw baseball the natural way. Throw baseballs. You know, softball is just thrown underhand, so I don't that's a little far fetched. As most and majority of the guys that throw that hard blow out. Want the perfect baseball hypothetical for Kevin Millar. Somebody comes to and says, Okay, Kev, for MLB network. We are.
"charleston south carolina" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast
"You call yourself. I have seen that. You sometimes call yourself an elevator and you just use that word. So what do you mean by that. I love that idea as you just hinted at it so. Open that door a little bit further all right. So i when. I did my Documentary film. I went on a do they do these festivals and hope you get exposed and maybe win a prize so one of them was in charleston south carolina and i arrived funny stories. I ride on the airplane. I didn't have anyone sitting beside me. And is the first time. I was upset about that. Because i never. I didn't have someone say so. Sir what are you doing here. Well i'm here for the film festival festival. I didn't have a chance. Say it anyway. Old news i the following morning jetlag went on a run around charleston and as i was running around i i saw a big bungee cord which i put her on my waist and i i went running on because it was just lying in the street and i went running on and all of a sudden i saw a big sign that was upside down. I ran over and my curiosity. Got the better me. What is that sign. What does that sign telling me. And i went running back to turn it over and it an elevator sign in the middle of a beautiful park as well as crazy so i ran back home with the elevator on the bungee cord and i finally said right. There's something's happening here. And it struck me that i needed to fine-tune my my my north star phrase to be someone who elevates the debate and connects people dotson ideas and so that the elevator really comes from the elevator sign. So it's my monica. It's it means something to me. And i'm trying to use it as an helping the elevator debate in whatever activity. I'm doing
"charleston south carolina" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes
"At the Sick you okay. I just remembered it was the early ninety s. I think it was a 'nigma was like reading on top of yes the gory and chan all right. Yeah i'm officially old. I'm embracing that now. You're only as young as i tell you. That's true and you're young. Yes so now. I go mobile on. Is that how this man get your bill. Okay so for those of you just tuning in. hi welcome. We are doing a burri. Takeover commend mongol brewing company in charleston south carolina. And what we did right before the break was start talking about their stout otherwise known as the silver shoes belgian style. Stout what were. The name comes from silver shoes. I don't know it doesn't say demong silver shoes. They just read sparkley shoes. If you're the pope read sparkly issues release. You don't want to click. Those together is to pro not wear those. But the one before him did place like rome. Yeah pope pranks pulled free exactly that. Wow dave that's.
"charleston south carolina" Discussed on WDRC
"And also America like I say, is, it is fine. Bar redemption. America is the country of second chances. We are the on Lee Nation on the face of the Earth that's for a civil war to end slavery. We're the only nation to do that. A lot of blood American blood was spilled on both sides was a lot of blood spilled on both sides. Over 680 people died in that war. And that's why Memorial Day Is was really started by freed blacks. Made the 1st 18 65 in Charleston, South Carolina. When there was a prison camp. Where 270 Union soldiers died for the freed blacks commemorated their death. Putting flowers on their graves and actually rearranging the graves and put a wall around it. So the first kind of memorial after the civil war was constructed by Black freed blacks. Because they didn't They were celebrating the victory over slavery and the child s so that it's a very interesting people don't realize that that the first Memorial Day Was really a started by a black to commemorate that the sacrifices that people made. You know, Bob, I'm talking to Bob Woods and from the Woodson center. He is the author, most recently with red, white and black, rescuing American history from revisionist. I just saw that the state where I do my show from Port Oregon has just agreed to say We're going to recognize Juneteenth and I thought, Well, that's something I can actually agree with him on because Juneteenth is a Day to celebrate when the word finally got down to Texas, saying, You know the Emancipation Proclamation of its sign, But I swear the Liberals are walking themselves into a corner because on one hand, they want to condemn Abraham Lincoln and then turn around and say, But when his Emancipation proclamation when the word finally got to Texas, that's a day we should celebrate. It is worth recognizing that day, isn't it? It really is, but somebody so called Social justice warriors. They really I can tell you as a civil.
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"Angeles Spirit President and CEO Ted Christie, one of the top tier operators in the industry right now. Routinely at the top and on time performance and back performance and completion factor, something our team holds near and dear to its heart and something we're very proud of Spirit also announced the addition of Don stop routes from Louisville to Tampa and Fort Myers starting later this year. On Friday Breeze Airways will begin nonstop service from Louisville to Tampa and Charleston, South Carolina, Service to New Orleans begins in July. Four miles news radio 8 40. W H. A s unemployment rates fell in all of Kentucky is 120 counties between April of 2020 and April of this year, Suzanne Duval looks at the numbers. According to statistics from the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet, Cumberland and Woodford counties recorded lowest jobless rates in the Commonwealth at 2.8% each McGavin County recorded the state's highest unemployment rate at 10.3%. Kentucky's April 2021 unemployment rate was 4.7%. The US jobless rate for April 2021 was 6.1%. Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40 W. H. A S A former speaker of the U. S. House, taking aim at former President Trump. Paul Ryan didn't hold back on the January insurrection. 2020 left Republicans powerless in Washington. Even worse. Was horrifying to see a presidency come to such a dishonorable in disgraceful end. The former Republican House speaker at the Reagan library in California last night, said It was a 12 punch that said, America back pandemic. That calamity. Along with some fiascos of the president's own making. Set the scene for a present challenges. Ryan did credit the former president for bringing many new voters to the party, Todd and ABC News And he appears to have been disgruntled with otherwise. It's unknown why the gunman opened fire at a San Jose rail yard this week, killing nine. ABC is Alex Stone is continuing to follow that story. There is nothing pointing toward a motive and FBI special agent in charge Craig Fair tells me one may never be found. They hope to find one but so far and at this point out Nothing that we've observed. It looks like the shooter had a hatred for his employer. But that appears to have been for many years. Why he carried out this attack on Wednesday is unknown. Like stone ABC News San Jose, Your next news update is at 6 30. I'm Will Clark news radio A 40 W H A s I got a second to get to the dance. Look all right, here we go. Ready to dance, 605 and news radio 8 $40 a chance It's a free scape. Oh, yeah, the time back in the day eyes that this is a jungle of no, This would be the bird bird bird, not the Peter Griffin. The birdie there don't even try singing it. No, because that's the word. Well, we're kind of in a mood today because it's the Memorial Day weekend for us. When we just started early. We're running. It's quitting time. The way the way we roll, did you? How many people.
"charleston south carolina" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Is with us in Charleston, South Carolina. Hi, Stepford. How are you? Hey, doing great days. So be my fiance area, married in July, Okay and say we're getting married, but she's got some credit card debt and shoot it lives. And so it's not a matter of if to pay off the credit cards and the city lines but how to go about doing it. And so you got some cash saved up and we have to pay for the wedding as well as Nobody's home renovations. So women gonna pay for the wedding. How much money you have? What about 50,000 in savings right now how much you're spending on the wedding. So 5 15 forced the wedding. Which leaves 35. She has 37. Right. So when you come home from the honeymoon, you write a check and powerful death before no home renovations. I heard you sneak that she find it first. The wide evacuation. Get some stuff knocked out. Listen to the Ramsey Show every week day from 1 to 3 PM on double use. Ggo. Chicago's smart talk The news and opinions expressed on this program are not necessarily those of Evanston Broadcasting LLC and stay in line. Most of us would love a place that actually allows discussions to happen. A place where people listen to each other. But is that even possible? Now we need a person who loves a good fight against the odds. This is the Joe Walsh radio show. This is Joe. Well, I am off today. So many people will claim that I'm always off. This is the best job also on the Gap Radio network. I want to have a conversation this No chill Friday on voting to begin that conversation on voting. Let me once again tell you where I stand. So, you know. This? No. Till Friday where I'm coming from, as always, I'm gonna want to hear from you find out where you're coming from. Look,.
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"charleston south carolina" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Sessions. That's time article sound system Before the end of the show. We hope to have one of the edited versions of one of their new songs that they debuted last night. Yeah, I think I'm I think I should have it. For when we come back. I'm near the end, and I'm good little stranger. Really moved us last night. These air two dudes from Philly who now live in Charleston, South Carolina, who, um, just flat out won us over with their amazing music last night at Sugar Shack sessions and again if y'all are still listening down there, Benito, we love you. You're our family down there. Eddie. Lisa Garin, everybody! What a cool group of people. And thank you for all the love that you showed us. And I really hope that the people dig this little stranger. This new stuff. It's very impressive. Ever. Thanks a lot for calling back buddy. Appreciate you. No problem and enough drill. So I have ever. John wanted to do a pizza review for us? Yeah, we had. I think we had a person or at least a couple people. There was this thing about Danny's and Brayden Tin. I think when you were talking about your pizza, some people called and said that that was the best pizza you could get. So, Everett. He's so good. You really everything he does for us that he's like. Hey, I could hit this place up and let you know what's up. Live on the air. So thanks, man. Here's the man E. What up? All right. So the funny thing about this place? I'm pretty sure I called you guys recently about a story allegedly. When I was in my twenties. We were at work all day because of a hurricane and me and a buddy were going back and forth to the placement. Yeah. Then you banged your wife with a baby on your back. No different story. Different story. Sorry about that. But they basically I sell out of a bar stool at the end of the night when the manager's that Aaron made him realize they're like, how did he get drunk? We just got here. They didn't realize I was there the whole night. This is the same place. I think it might have changed Name, though. Wasn't Danny's back in the day s Oh, is it a bar? I love a bar that does pizza. Well. It's just hard to find. You know, you can either be a good bar order pizza. Well, I think specifically in Florida, but in certain parts of the country, I think in the Midwest and kind of Chicago with that tavern style pizza, Yeah, I think that's where they get their pizzas from bar. Like establishment school. Is this place a bar still I wouldn't. I wouldn't say it's bar that has pizza. I think it's more of like it's a pizza place where it has a little bar on it. I don't know if they had full liquor, but they had at least 20 beers on tap in there. All right. So what do we think about the pie ever? So through that walk up, they got out outdoor seating with music going on. Really? Oh environment and cool. Walked on in their same exacting everything was pretty chill. I will say the ladies that are working. There are easy on the eyes are really friendly to you. There was one customer there. Those do is give me like looks because I was videotaping that is less like to grab a live bitch, And he's like who and I was like, Don't worry about it just kept walking. Uh, so the pizza, I will say it's definitely New York style. Uh, no kind of dinner like that. I remember Gino's When I was a kid. I used to get that It's been forever, but it's It's better, but it doesn't slop. So they had the crust is, you know a little crusty? Not not over, crusted. The sauce is definitely homemade. I'm actually looking forward to go back there. Maybe get some of that pasta. See what their pasta sauce is, like. All right, so I'm sorry. Did I miss it, You know? Is this a traditional triangular slice or these square slices? Okay? No, no, no, no, no, no, that Chicago stuff or whatever that is. That's real Real New York Style pizza. All right? Yeah, That's you. So like 1 to 10 like, if, if because that's what Davey barstool does. Right, John 1 to 10 ever. Where is this pizza falling on the every pizza scale or GPS, if you will. Well, see, I don't want you guys to get food from bar store, So I'm not gonna go one from 10. I'm gonna go from one toe. Would I go back and 100%? I will be going back to get some more deers. And it's not because of the waitress. This too. I love that wonder. Would I go back ever? I've got some exciting news involving. Wow. I'm not ready to share it yet, but it's coming very soon. And you're a huge part of it. And I got to thank you in advance You your work with the wall, a burger thing. Really helped us out from a business perspective, and we'll have more news on that next week. So I really appreciate you, my dude. No, no problem Paying you guys back for all the free radio. You give us a man. Well, it's worth every penny. Thank you, buddy. We appreciate you will talk to you soon. Guys have a good one. Thank God He's so good. He's good. What's up, Brad? Hey, what's going on? Claims from brain and how you living? Brought you What? You can't spell breaking him without Brad, can you? All right. That's right. That's right. Hell, you suspected time caller I called back in 13. 12 or 13. When Ray Allen hit that shot from the corner of the second time caller. Oh my God, That was that was beat. That was to beat the San Antonio Spurs in the embassy finals. I think, wasn't it? Correct and then watching them telling other brother this man. That's awesome. That zit I've been listening to me because, like I said, I'm in the interior painter. I hate for the Wealthy out on Longboat Key. Anna Maria Island on.
The power of transferring technology for climate adaptation
"Key. Part of adapting to climate. change is prediction in louisiana. Where water is eroding. Huge chunks of land every year that means looking at how increasingly dangerous hurricanes might move water and sand and which areas might flood. And which won't yesterday. We talked with the dutch scientists who make computer models that help make those predictions the water institute of the gulf or based in baton rouge that uses the dutch models to help mitigate erosion and transfers its findings around the country and the world just an errand worth is president and ceo of the water institute. He told me the answers. The institute is looking for though can only come from computers we started something called participatory modeling and what that really means. Is we begin with the community experience. We roll up our sleeves and really work with the community to understand. What are the things that they're most worried about. What are they seeing. What are their ideas for. How to protect and restore the areas that they care the most about we introduce the numerical models to our colleagues in the community. We get their ideas and their feedback. Can we actually take their thoughts. Their suggestions and we put those ideas into our numerical models and we run them then we come back and have another session where we say all right Look at the results of your suggestion. That was remarkable right. Sounds like what you're saying is it's really easy to run a simulation that says this area just won't be inhabitable anymore. The end everyone has to leave and that not only is. There are more empathetic way to do that. But in fact there might be a way to run a better simulation exactly. And if you do it the old fashioned way where you're looking at a series of of projects to protect vulnerable communities and you use the old fashioned benefit cost analysis that is going to absolutely contribute to environmental injustice so we need to value the input of community members and then we need to ensure that it gets the same level of treatment in determining. What solutions do we put forward. What adaptation strategies do we invest in. And where has a community solution to your knowledge ever been adopted so there are several in development and being considered right now in saint bernard there were a series of ideas that were put forward That are being considered. We also did a good bit of work. in participatory modeling in plaquemines parish louisiana. That came up with this sweet of Proposals that are now. Before the governor and the coastal protection restoration authority in louisiana for potential incorporation in the twenty twenty three coastal master. plan here. So we're really scratching the surface of this methodology. And we look forward to doing much more of it. Where else are you finding that. You're models are more applicable in the last decade or two decades. Then you would have imagined in the in the us one of the areas. We've been spending a lot of time. Recently in charleston south carolina there is a recognition that to preserve the deep history and culture. In a place like charleston. They need to invest now on the front end and not wait for the next storm and coastal environments and other parts of the other parts of the world are dealing with these issues and we spent a bit of time recently in argentina. Twenty five kilometers outside of Race in a community that is really trying to prepare for the next twenty five to fifty years of increased innovation so Unfortunately there's no shortage of areas. That need this kind of attention. I was actually going to say feels to me. Like maybe facebook or the city of san francisco which is eventually going to lose. Its airport should probably going absolutely and there's a lot of modeling that shows that a lotta the san francisco bay area for example be underwater in twenty to fifty years. Yes and while we haven't done it as the water institute. A couple of our of our colleagues at the institute before they joined actually did a lot of work in in san francisco for exactly the reasons that you mentioned. Facebook should totally call you. Give them my number.
Trump admin funds plasma company based in owner's condo
"An Associated Press investigation has found that the trump administration awarded emergency coronavirus funds to well connected Republican donors company to test a possible covert nineteen finding blood plasma technology when the trump administration awarded seed money to plasma technologies it's noted the company's manufacturing facilities in Charleston South Carolina the money was to test blood plasma technology as a way of treating covert nineteen infections but the AP has found plasma technologies has no manufacturing facilities in Charleston instead the company exists within the luxury condo of its majority owner Eugene zero internal government records and other documents obtained by the Associated Press chose Earl's company may be in line for as much as sixty five million dollars in taxpayer funds that would be enough to start building an actual production plants Ben Thomas Washington
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"It's the evening of May 12th eighteen sixty two a three deck steamship was a massive Smoke Stack and too powerful paddlewheels called the CSS planter is tied up at Charleston South Carolina Southern Wharf it's been a long week while she hasn't gone pass the Arc of US Navy warships blockading the harbor. The plant has spent several days. Laborious Lee Moving Confederate guns from one nearby Island to another and her 10-man crew is spent off Captain Charles J rayl. Yeah and his two officers are looking forward to their warm beds in the city tonight. Now what they're doing isn't by the book confederate general order number five states that officers armed stay on their ships and be ready to sail at a moment's notice. But hey, these officers aren't worried. What are these exhausted enslaved Sailors going to do use all the right steam whistle codes to log? The planter past Charleston Harbor several Confederate forts then signal the union Fleet that they're friendly even if they knew the codes, that'd be suicidal insane. Well, yes, actually that's exactly what they plan to do
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"It's the evening of May 12th eighteen sixty two a three deck steamship was a massive Smoke Stack and too powerful paddlewheels called the CSS planter is tied up at Charleston South Carolina Southern Wharf it's been a long week while she hasn't gone pass the Arc of US Navy warships blockading the harbor. The plant has spent several days. Laborious Lee Moving Confederate guns from one nearby Island to another and her 10-man crew is spent off Captain Charles J rayl. Yeah and his two officers are looking forward to their warm beds in the city tonight. Now what they're doing isn't by the book confederate general order number five states that officers armed stay on their ships and be ready to sail at a moment's notice. But hey, these officers aren't worried.
Boeing 787 Dreamliner Production To Move
"Boeing move all seven eight, seven dreamliner production to South Carolina. Well, Boeing made the decision we talked about previously all assembly of the seven eight seven dreamliner will be consolidated in South Carolina this ends production of the seventy, eight seven or will in Washington. State. The Detroit? News reports that Seattle based commercial airplanes. CEO Stand Deal said the move to consolidate the work in North Charleston South. Carolina will be done by mid twenty, twenty one according to our best estimate. I guess this is a decision that's kind of not unexpected mid twenty twenty one sounds pretty quick to me Yeah I mean but I I WANNA make sure I've got this right. Was It south Charleston North Carolina or was it the other way round? Oh. So so south North North Charleston South Carolina. Okay. I think I've got that. Okay. Right now it's I don't think it was unexpected at all I mean and actually Not even just now I mean, Boeing has wanted you know since the time they open that place in South Carolina's nonunion shop I mean I think the the the people at the head shed have been looking just itching for ways to. To move as much production there as they can because they don't want to deal with the with the unions. And there's some manufacturing issues as well as we've said, the after mid few slows sections of the dreamliner assembled in North Charleston in those sections get airlifted on the dream lifter cargo plane for for Washington. State. But the seventy eight, seven, Dash Ten, mid fuselage is too long to fit inside the dream lifter. So there's no way to get it to Washington state. So you've gotTa have some. final assembly in. You. Got Me doing it. In In South Carolina. if you WANNA do the DASH ten. What happens in South Carolina? By I'm starting to know. There is that logistical issue. There's no doubt about that but of course they they've known about that for quite a long time that it was coming. I don't. Personally I. Think they just said this is a great time because WHO's going to really give us any Gulf because we're so involved with so many other things and everybody hates Boeing right now. Anyway. Well I. Think. The whole seven, three, seven. Max. debacle has has helped move it in this direction elated announced back in April that they were gonNA produce production to ten planes a month. Now, they're down to six planes a month, and you know with low production volumes just doesn't make sense to have two lines open. The the big issue is is probably will cost around one thousand jobs in Washington, which is. Really really unfortunate. So yeah, I mean the whole the whole Boeing thing just continues to you know have A. Backlash in you know different areas affecting more and more people. I. Wonder if they'll off they Boeing will offer to provide relocation assistance for the The Washington. State employees. That was my first thought. Then I started thinking well, you know maybe the volume is so low now and looks like we'll be for a that they don't need. The move may be any of the Washington workforce down to South Carolina. Yep. That's my guess in the if they do need people is probably you know very few that they they need. Maybe, a few specialists you really think they want to move union labor from Washington to South Carolina. I I was just GonNa. Say Dark and cynical. I don't think the Union House? How would that work? I? Mean you can't have. A shop that's part union in part nods when there's no contract down there now Charleston. So you have to all be nine union. So I mean, if there was a movie, if somebody did choose to move if they were offered that I would assume, they would have to give up their union membership and become non union employees like the others chur and who's going to do that I mean I, think the job I if it's a matter of keeping your job and losing it, maybe I think people are realistic but. I, don't think there's any intention of Boeing moving anybody. You know probably the and and and the other thing is it doesn't matter because the culture as far as. Issues with the systems in south. Carolina. Are just as bad. There's dreamliner issues. As well as all of the Washington issues. So it's not like Boeing's culture in that division is any better than Boeing's culture in Washington right now. They're they're screwed up across the board with the possible exception of St Louis. But that's really not bowing that's mcdonnell-douglas so.
Portland sheriff disputes Trump's claim he supports president
"President trump, you have two minutes wise. Should Americans trust you over your opponent to deal with right crime bill nine, hundred and ninety four where you call them superpredators African. Americans the Super Predators and they've never forgotten that they've never forgotten. Also it's his two minutes. You did that and they call you Super Predator and I'm letting people out of jail. Now that you have treated the African American population community, you have treated the black community about as bed is anybody in this country that's president trump and Joe Biden sparring last night in Cleveland perhaps, the Congress moment of the evening when president trump was an interrupting almost everything Joe Biden said fact checkers have noted trump lied when he accused by calling black-americans superpredators. Actually. First. Lady Hillary Clinton who used that phrase in nineteen ninety four not Joe Biden still with US Temple University professor Marc Lamont Hill and Kristen Clark is now joining. She's the president and Executive Director of the National Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights under law, Kristen, let's begin with you start off with your reaction to what they said here we just were discussing president trump refusing to condemn white supremacists when pushed on at several times and on what he is saying here. Was a deeply disturbing moment last night in many respects. That question will you condemn white supremacy was a softball It was would have been very easy for president trump to disavow white supremacy in crystal clear terms. You think about the tragedies that the American nation has lived through in recent time the. Murder of nine peaceful. At the. Baptist. Church. In Charleston South Carolina the murderers of eleven worshippers at the tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh the murders of over twenty people in El Paso Texas the murder of heather higher in Charlottesville. Virginia these horrendous incidents all fueled by a white supremacist violence. Are Easy for any. reasonable. Minded. American to condemn much less the leader of our country and we know that the FBI director has identified white supremacy as one of the greatest threats that we face in our nation today. So I'm deeply disturbed and. I think about how history will reflect on this moment and Yesterday. Was a dark day for our country. I think about one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifteen when Woodrow Wilson screened birth of a nation inside the White House and over a century later, that is a moment. That stands out. For for any ordinary, American as a white. House that embraced unnecessarily white supremacist rhetoric and and essentially that's what we saw yesterday. We know that the proud boys are rejoicing today we know that they have taken this moment to breathe life into their movement. They are boasting about how last night has helped to. Energize their base and help them to recruit new members, and so this is a moment that poses a real and grave threat to black and Brown people in particular in our country who are often the victims of racial violence. and. Kristen. Clark this repeated emphasis the president throughout the debate last night and obviously in statements previously about the dangers of the left and then t for and he kept referring to Portland at one point claiming completely. Complete lie that the Sheriff of Portland had just that day endorsed him. But then Mike Reese who is the sheriff of the county which Portland is immediately tweeted out I have never supported Donald Trump and never will, and yet she brazenly claims that had the support of the sheriff a Portland,
How Does Jane Elliott's Blue Eyes/Brown Exercise Work?
"The past fifty, two years teacher and diversity trainer Jane Elliott has been stirring up trouble on the subject of racism. It can still be uncomfortable squirm in your seat stare at your shoes uncomfortable when she subject someone to the very same exercise she I unleashed on third graders more than half a century ago designed to expose racist thinking. Something, her method can get downright mean but again, the subject is racism, it should be troubling. Elliott came to prominence when the day after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Junior in nineteen, sixty, eight, sheep herself a white woman took her classroom of all white third graders in. Riceville Iowa and decided to teach them what it was like to face discrimination. She separated the kids into two groups those with Brown eyes and those with blue and proceeded to proclaim the. Brown. Is these superior group she allowed the group extra privileges more time recess seats at the front of the room they were told they were cleaner smarter more talented. How children reacted to this newfound pecking order was startling. The Brown eyed group immediately began to wield their dominance. The blue is almost immediately slipped into the role of subordinates. Anger flared disputes popped up. After switching roles a few days later, which gave both sides of the classroom taste of being in the lesser group the exercise ended. Many parents complained after reading about what had happened in Elliott's classroom through student essays printed in the local paper. A month or so later, Johnny Carson invited Elliott to appear on his late night talk show she became a national story. Many praised efforts at her students is but not everybody a two, thousand five storied Sonian magazine reported hundreds, viewers, wrote letters, saying Elliott's work appalled them how dare you try this cruel experiment out on white children? One said black children grow up accustomed to such behavior but white children, there's no way they could possibly understand it. It's cruel to white children and will cause them great psychological damage. Elliott spoke with us for the article that this episode is based on from her home in Iowa. She said, you think that's traumatizing try living that way for a lifetime. Elliott taught for years before she decided to take her anti-racism lesson out of the classroom and Corporate America. She's also led the exercise for the US Department of Education and other governmental groups. She's appeared before numerous church and school assemblies she was on. Oprah Winfrey's TV show several times in June of twenty twenty. She appeared on the tonight show starring Jimmy Fallon. She often faces uncomfortable and sometimes angry reactions but her goal as it has been for the past fifty two years is education. She says, it's the best weapon against racism. But good education about racism and race is hard to find. Elliott said, that's because the educators believe the same thing that they were taught and they were taught the same thing I was, which is that there are three or four different races and you can tell what a man's intelligence is by the color of his skin or the shape of his head. You can't lead people out of ignorance if you're still teaching the Columbus discovered America and we came here to civilize these savages. Will need to teach the three RS of rights respect responsibility if teachers would respect the rights of those students to learn the truth and be held responsible for seeing that they present them with the truth we could kill racism in two generations is not a doubt in my mind that could be done. Elliott at eighty seven years. Old has seen. America, grapple with racism all her life. She's marked major mile posts in the struggle over the past fifty years or so the civil rights movement and the assassination of doctor king in the sixties, the race riots in Miami's Liberty City in nineteen eighty and in Los. Angeles after the Rodney King beating in nineteen ninety, two, the protests in Ferguson. Missouri and twenty fourteen after the killing of Michael Brown and in Baltimore Maryland in two thousand fifteen after that of Freddie Gray and in Charleston south. Carolina. That same year after a church massacre. There are many others. But the problem she has been relentlessly attacking Elliott says, goes far beyond the occasional race-based. Clara. For people of Color in the United States facing racism is an everyday fight every minute of every day. Elliot said. It's only been going on with me for fifty two years. I know black women who have been doing this for eighty nine years and their mothers did and their grandmothers dead and their great is dead and their daughters and their granddaughters and their great granddaughters are going to have to do. It must be get off our polyunsaturated fatty acids and do something about this. I get paid to talk about it. They aren't even allowed to talk about it. One of the biggest hurdles in educating people about racism in the United States Elliott says is that most everyone knows it exists and knows that it's harmful but few are motivated to change it. She stood in front of. and asked who among the white people in the room would want to switch places with a black person no one ever volunteers. She cautions that recognizing the problem is only the first step but Elliott is nothing if not persistent, she says, she'll continue to educate for the next fifty years. She'll push her mantra of one race the science behind the simple words it's clear. According to the National Human Genome Research Institute your genome, the bodies blueprint that contains all of your DNA is ninety, nine point nine percent the same as every human around you. And she says, she will urge people to get out and vote November no hope of electing leaders who will attack racism as she has had on.
9/11 Trial Faces Another Delay: New Guantánamo Lawyer Wants 30 Months to Prepare
"The 9 11 trial was scheduled to begin in January in Guantanamo Bay. But NPR's Sasha Pfeiffer reports looks increasingly unlikely now that a new defense lawyer in the case says he needs 2.5 years to prepare. David Brooks. Past clients include Charleston, South Carolina, Church shooter Dylann Roof and one of the Boston Marathon Bombers. He's now the new lead attorney for Ramzi Bin Al Shibh, one of the five men charged in the September 11th 2001 terror attacks. He was appointed because his predecessor left the case. Brooke says an illegal filing He hasn't even met al sheep yet and faces hundreds of hours of work just reading more than 33,000 pages of hearing transcripts. He estimates it will take him at least 30 months to prepare for trial. That would be well after next year's 20th anniversary of 9 11 and the price tag of Guantanamo already more than $6 billion would continue to