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Birthday Party Horror: 11 Hurt, 2 Critical in Restaurant Deck Collapse
"Collapse of a restaurant deck in Tennessee. If you look at your screen and you're washing, watching wish right now, you can see the aftermath happened into town just north of Chattanooga. Authorities say the restaurant was hosting a birthday party at the time and that more than 40 people may have been on the deck when it fell. Local authorities say two of the people are critically injured. Fivethirtyeight. Now we're
Interview With Per Ottosson, CEO Of Artificial Solutions
"Parrado said welcome to the voice. Podcast thank you. brett secrete. Beer was wonderful to have you. You are relatively new artificial solutions. But you've been in the industry for a long time having a long tenure at ip soft. So you know a lot about the conversational. Ai space and it's a great time for us to be talking to you given that you've just taken over the helm of artificial solutions and sort of moving into this new direction. So i guess. Probably the first thing i would ask you to do. Is maybe introduce yourself a little bit to the listeners. And tell maybe how you got into the conversational. Ai space in and how you're influenced by maybe some of the things that you did before that absolutely so i'm a i'm a swede but i worked most of my life. I either founded companies. That were focusing. Us and europe. Or i worked in american companies. That were focusing. Us and europe and it's always been within the space of software. So that's my. That's my niche. An coming into a software industry is purely. Because i'm also interested in. I was interested in programming. And haven't done that in quite some time. But i was when i went to a what i went to high and gradually this became something that i really read about started to study all the different companies. And that's what have been in that industry since. I exited university my My first run. In with conversationally. I was i was at ip soft. And i report the cheating debate. The old time at i be solve. Chattanooga say is an absolutely inspiring innovator and that chetan started talking about baking the ultimate nations. We had into something conversational and and using that your language and started putting focus on that and the the sort of that which was called emilia one dollars. Zero was I would say seven eight maybe even nine years ago and At the time we will quite big on automation so we were probably and i would say from a software perspective the biggest automation play in the in the it operations space
"chattanooga" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Chattanooga, a cumulus media station. From ABC News. I'm Michelle Franzen. New rules in schools, the CDC says updated science led them to change the spacing guidelines in classroom. This is seen as a game changer and getting schools open again. So many campuses, her jammed and reducing the minimum distance between students from six FT. 23. Ft can allow those campuses to open up. But the new rules are somewhat confusing. When virus readies substantial in a community. The CDC wants middle and high school students still six FT apart but not elementary students and adults or to remain six ft from students and other adults and when Children are eating their to be six FT apart. Alex Stone, ABC News president Biden and Vice President Kamila Harris will visit CDC headquarters today in Atlanta, though also meet with Asian American leaders following the Atlanta area spots shootings that killed eight people. Ex of them Women of Asian descent. House lawmakers earlier holding a moment of silence on the floor for victims beforehand. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke about the rise in violence against Asian Americans. Long before Atlanta. We have known that this has been a challenge. Uh, really? Exacerbated by some of the language of a previous administration. It is day two of high level talks between the U. S and Chinese officials. Yesterday's photo op included an exchange between Secretary of State Antony Blinken and the Chinese delegation before leaving for Atlanta. President Joe Biden weighed in very proud of the strict very straight ABC Simona Cassara robbed. He has more on the meeting in Anchorage, Alaska. In the first face to face talks of the Bite. Administration. Diplomacy turned to drama after Secretary of State Antony Blinken race Concerns about China's recent crackdown on Hong Kong and cyber attacks against the U. S. Each of these actions threaten the rules based order that maintains level stability from there. The conversation degraded from condescension to confrontation. In a remarkable move, Chinese officials then called journalist back into the room to respond to the perceived as respect. You're listening to ABC News. Northwest Exterminating Trust the mouse to protect your house. Scenic.
The History Of The Cola Wars
"In the late eighteen eighties. Pharmacist named john doc. Pemberton decided to get rich selling homemade cures and elixirs. We should note in spite of his nickname. Doc wasn't a traditional doctor. He hadn't trained in mainstream medical practice instead advocating for alternative treatments and remedies and he wasn't alone in his passions late nineteenth century doctors and patients. We're wild about drugs. And even pharmacists could get rich quick selling inert or sometimes dangerous products as cure all remedies before pemberton's time even something as benign as ketchup was marketed. As a treatment for diarrhea jaundice and rheumatism bayer pharmaceuticals pedaled heroin as a cough suppressant and a safer alternative to morphine and literal snake. Oil salesman claimed that rattlesnakes fluids could cure their gullible customers. It's no wonder that. Pemberton figured he could brew his own dubious remedy in make a fortune. His first hit product was called. French wine coca. It contains several ingredients that would raise eyebrows today but they were considered healthy at the time. Things like wine and coca leaves which contain cocaine. Pemberton claimed that french wine coca was an energy drink and a remedy for morphine addiction and the people loved it. Unsurprisingly the beverage sold well but it wasn't long before pemberton ran into an obstacle just months after french. Wine coca hit. The shelves at the end of eighteen eighty five fulton county georgia outlawed alcohol atlanta based dot. Pemberton had a new problem realizing he probably never strike it big with his mental tonic. Pemberton went back to the drawing board. He wanted to replicate french wine. Coca success but with a non alcoholic beverage. Luckily he had a new product in. Mind it too featured coca leaves but he added the kola nut a west african fruit pit. That's high in caffeine. The mixture of coca and cola gave customers a mild buzz and inspired the drinks name. Coca-cola the beverage sold modestly in its first year unfortunately. Pemberton wasn't particularly skilled with marketing. and distribution. so shortly before his death he sold the business to a fellow druggist with more business. Sense acer candler from their candler built a beverage empire through soda fountains in the nineteenth century. Chola manufacturers generally sold syrup to local businesses. This was more efficient because soda. Bottling technology was fairly new and not widespread yet. They're carbonated water was added to the syrup. So the coke was fresh and fizzy when it was served. Gamblers forward thinking mindset. Didn't stop there. He knew he could reach more customers if he didn't limit his avenues of distribution so in eighteen eighty nine. He sold bottling rights to a plant in chattanooga tennessee. Now customers didn't need to visit the nearest soda fountain for a glass of coca cola. They could buy it the corner shop and drink it at home then. Candler made another even bigger shakeup. He altered the coca cola recipe. We don't know all the changes candler made to the recipe. But we know one of his goals. He didn't want to sell cocaine to his customers and he had two reasons why first candler was very religious second and more importantly he was racist. Most soda fountains were segregated. So only white people could drink coca cola on tap but once he started selling bottled coke. Southern newspapers began printing rumors of quote negro cocaine fiends. In quote white supremacists suggested that the soda drove people of color to commit violent crimes including sexual assault hypocritically. Nobody expressed any concern. That cocaine might drive a white people to commit crimes and to be realistic. There probably wasn't enough cocaine in the beverage to spur consumers to violence although it's hard to say because it doesn't seem like anyone was tracking how much they were using in the recipe. Regardless candler was committed to eliminating the coke from coke.
Be Careful What You Say In A Job Interview
"Okay you and what have you got on deck this week. Well kim. i wanted to talk about the job interview. Were coming up to the end of february. This is typically You know usually a busier hiring season. You know people usually. They're going to let employees go. That's sort happens kind of late. November you close to close enough to the end of the year but not so close that it sort of falls in that christmas vacation range that sort of almost like a blackout period for terminations and It sort of carries over into the beginning of january and then by february usually kinda companies are looking at at hiring. So i've been chatting with a lot of people lately about Employment agreements and reviewing contracts for for new job offers. And it occurred to me that you know a chattanooga boat job interviews and do's and don'ts for employers employees might not be such a bad idea yeah and you know what. It's the same over here too. I think You know for us. It's after chinese new year when people either have resigned and are looking for work over there are openings in a company for for that year and we have just finished the chinese new year. So i think this is very topical for this part of the world as well perfect. Okay well i mean you know the first thing in the application process itself your cv right. Let's make sure your c vs them to date and that it accurately reflects your experience and you know that may sound like stating the obvious camp. But you'd be surprised. The number of employees that that embellish their accomplishments or skill sets Or or outright lie I came across a survey conducted by check stor There are a prominent reference checking company in the us and according to a survey that they did in in two thousand twenty. Apparently seventy eight percent of candidates admit that they have or they would consider misrepresenting themselves on their job applications so You know not an insignificant amount of people that were to come right out and say sure. I'm i'm prepared to lie on a on a job application. I feel like there must be a lot of gray area here. I mean obviously you cannot make a declared of statement that is false which is lying but i assume there is a lot of embellishment on the on the cv in just ways that might be hard to detect or might be hard to prove. But they're just sort of slight little improvements. That might be made here or there. That are not entirely false but are not entirely true. Either and i think that's probably really hard to kind of police. Yeah i mean you're absolutely right. It's always the gray area. That's gonna be be tricky to monitor You know where you have to be careful as an employee is something that is a complete and utter fiction. You know maybe a particular academic credential that you don't actually possess would be good example and then another one that often gets employees into trouble is if they've been or were fired from a previous employer and then during the job interview. The new perspective employer asks them. You know well. Hey why are you here what you know what happened with his previous position. Why did you leave And employees are often very very hesitant to say something to the effect of. Well i i you know i left because i got fired Or i left. Because i you know i stole something from my employer. Were regardless of the circumstances were even if it was just You know a simple downsizing that really had nothing to do with the employee's performance even in those situations You know often. An employee is is concerned about saying i got fired and how that might come across so they lie and they say something like yeah you know it just. It wasn't a good fit or it was the right time for me to leave. And that's a problem cam because if the employer were to find out after the fact that you were fired and they had relied on your word effectively that you know you left under under more pleasant amicable circumstances. I mean that could be cause for for discharge in terms of getting rid of you after. They've hired you. Yeah you and i mean you know this area well. How often do employers perspective employers. Do these background checks because in the course of my career I feel like they are done a lot now. I'm become more senior sort of in the industry but previously. It seemed like the employer didn't do any background checks
"chattanooga" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"G O W Chattanooga cumulus from ABC News. I'm Michelle Franzen security unprecedented the day before the inauguration in the nation's capital, federal law enforcement, working on background checks on their own in the wake of the U. S Capitol siege. And at least two guard members are under investigation. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski has more Defense official told ABC News to Army National Guard members who have ties to far right groups have been removed from their inauguration security duties and placed under investigation. There's no immediate word what fringe groups the guard members belong to or in which unit they served. The Secret Service, which runs the show when it comes to inaugural Security, did not immediately comment on the decision. The FBI has been vetting the thousands of National Guard troops who have come here to Washington from all over the country. Today, President elect Joe Biden and Vice President elect Kamila Harris arrived in Washington, D. C leading up to the swearing in ceremony later today, they'll take part in a remembrance for the nearly 400,000 Americans who have died so far in this pandemic. Senate back in session. Two committees have split off for confirmation hearings for Biden's Cabinet nominees, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell earlier on the floor, putting the blame for the capital violence and President Trump Shoulders was fed lies. They were provoked by the president and other powerful people. The president still faces the possibility of an impeachment trial once Biden takes office. Part of his agenda will include rollbacks of some Trump administration policies, including immigration On the campaign trail, Joe Biden called President Trump's immigration policies and unrelenting assault on American values. Now. Biden plans to propose of sweeping bill that would provide an eight year path to citizenship for 11 million undocumented immigrants, including so called dreamers people brought to the country illegally as Children and who are subject to deportation under Trump. The bill could be introduced right after Wednesday's inauguration. Generally in ABC News, you're listening to ABC News. With no fees or minimums on checking and savings accounts. Banking with capital One is like the easiest decision in the history of decisions. Kind of like choosing Charles Barkley in a pickup game. We'll take Mark going, Ha first Pig. Sorry, kids. Yep, even easier than that. And with our top rated app, you can bank any time anywhere, making capital one and even easier decision. Okay, Here's the plan passed me the ball every time. This is banking reimagined, what's in your wallet? New consumer accounts only approval required term supply Capital One and a member of the I. C. Handles 30 minutes off ride. This should be fun. Okay, fellas on who's ready to work? Here we go. Don't forget to breathe. Good idea. Get out home Motivation. We are climbing through this chorus. Let's get it anytime you want it bump up that intensity. Give it all you have. I am You are unstoppable Telethon fam. Try the paella. Tana free for two months, new members only terms apply. Sure. I'm Kevin Ware. Tim Kelly has the poll lead in the race for charity and mail. Kim White has the endorsement of former Chattanooga Mayor John Kinsey and now wait hidden has got the endorsement of a coalition of 30 African.
Nearly 3 million vaccine doses administered in US, falling short of goal of 20 million
"News tonight about the slow roll out of the corona virus vaccines across the us the cdc reporting nearly three million people receiving shots for short of the trump administration's goal of twenty million. Today thousands of people look at this lineup for vaccinations in chattanooga waiting hours in their cars. Traffic backed up for four miles from one state to the next calls now. Growing to pick up the pace. Here's abc's ellen. Lopez tonight thousands of miles. Long lines waiting hours on new year's eve and tennessee to get the covid nineteen vaccine guiding the long-awaited vaccines a finally here but states are now struggling to get those lifesaving shots into arms. They don't have the people they don't have the funding and there isn't an overarching plan. that we really need to ensure that we get this done quickly in arizona out of the more than three hundred thousand vaccines the status received. Only eighteen percents have been used vaccination sites in florida overwhelmed caused for the national guard to come in and help. Some people say they can't get an appointment. I have called more than two hundred times. Not nothing warp. Speed now crawling. Only two point seven million. Vaccinations record it. Far short of the initial goal of twenty million by the end of the year.
A Plan to End Homelessness in Chattanooga with David Grabiner
"Do you see yourself headed in the future. And secondly what can our audience bring value to you. Can they bring value to you. Okay so where. I see myself headed in. The future is very unique. I am actually starting a program where i hope to use a modified burr method to help end homelessness in chattanooga. So i already house homeless in my apartment complexes but had this idea i'm going to buy properties using investor. Money who wanna make a difference and return. Then i'm going to rehab the properties in partnership with steve chattanooga. They'll pay for half the rehab. If i agree to rent it out to low income individuals. Then i'm going to rent them out to people who are on section eight who are homeless or at risk of being homeless so when someone goes homeless they often get a section voucher. Then i put him in the property at the same time. I'm going to re educate the tenant. There is a program called the homeowner fss program that section eight does but no one takes advantage of Teach these people how they can achieve their goal of becoming a homeowner like over the course of a year and it incentivizes them because if they increase their income they don't lose that money like they normally did instead. It goes into a pot that they can use as the down payment on a property. Then i'm going to refinance people my money out and then hopefully i'm gonna resell the property to that previously homeless individuals so they can just by the house that they're in so it's a completely kind of shift from what i've been doing but it's something really passionate about and hopefully so. I already bought my first property. I'm going to buy ten next year. And in the three course of three years. I'll have a hundred. I'm going to get one hundred three years. And i'm going to try to see how many people i can successfully put through this program.
Knowing When To Exit And What To Look For In Your Next Deal
"Do you wanna talk about maybe some of your plans to scale like once you've improved a property and brought it to its peak and you think that now it's time to exit when you would do that and then what the what you'd look for in the next deal like what you're looking for now with your strategies of what you're trying to acquire okay so a couple of things there so first of all what i look for now is other properties that have an opportunity like they're mismanaged under rant They need some light repairs major. I don't actually normally do huge renovations on more looking for like okay. The missed managed properties. I'm also i've started doing commercial as well. And that i just look at. Is there from some reason while i'm getting a good deal like if i can get something for a good cap rate and it's a commercial property even it's not mismanaged because there's not much management to like a commercial retail center honestly. It's pretty easy but that's just like okay. There's some problem here the market while. I'm able to get this for a good character. So i'm looking for deals that have the potential to increase the revenue so more rents and then when do i sell. That's a tough question. Because i like holding onto my properties. I don't always sell sell sometimes but it has to be like i. i think i'm really getting premium for it. Even for this apartment complex. The forty unit. I probably went to seoul the except i set my price and they met it and i was like okay. Fine i never even listed like i just told a realtor about it and they brought someone it was a really easy transaction because you know what if i'm going to sell it at the get enough because now i gotta take all this money and go reinvest in. I gotta go find another deal. So that means. I have to put more work in. But it'll be worth it because a. Have cashed in all this money makes sense and then how do you find him. Do you find the sweet spot apartment complexes. Yeah so network network network network honestly. It's more about like. I'm really dialed into chattanooga. Market kinda my. It's my advantage. As i really stick to this market because i know so many i know so many other investors and i want everyone to know that i'd buy properties. I mean i got some deal from a pest control guy you know he does pest control it. Another apartment complex or another duplex is like. Hey they probably want to sell the put me in contact with them. I'll see if they're willing to sell and the sure enough they were. They were instagram. Got people bring me deals on instagram. Because they see me active in the market. I really just want everyone in chattanooga bigger pockets interview like everyone in chattanooga if you have a deal come the day. 'cause i buy and and i get repeat sellers especially real estate agents because my goal is to be the easiest buyer ever a lot of real estate agents are dealing with really difficult sellers especially when it's multifamily and there's this and there's that the sellers can be really difficult so i try to be the best possible i will like gloss over some things i don't. I'm i tried to get for a good price. But i'm really really easy to deal with especially on terms and inspection. I'll be flexible. I work their schedule. A ever they can. I always do what i say i'm gonna do. I've never not closed on a deal that i put under contract in less. I found something due diligence. I it's just never happened because that's my reputation. I am a good easy buyer. Now i buy things for a deal. Everyone knows that has to be a good price but if it's a good price i'm definitely going to buy
School bus crash in Tennessee kills girl and driver
"In Tennessee Tragic crash involving a school bus just outside of Chattanooga. Sadly, a seven year old girl on the bus and the driver of the bus were killed yesterday when a utility truck hit the bus head on. Seven other Children were taken to the hospital, one of them in critical condition. We're told the driver the utility truck, lost control and skidded into the oncoming lane hitting the bus. 22 students were on the bus at the time.
Hurricane Delta turns deadly as ravaged Louisiana cleans up aftermath
"We do move on now to the aftermath of Hurricane Delta forty eight hours after slamming into Louisiana more than three, hundred, thousand customers are. Still without power homes in Lake Charles Underwater after the second hurricane to strike there in just six weeks heavy rain moving up into Tennessee and Georgia. You see right there and take a look at this a freight train derailing on flooded tracks in. Georgia leaving to a Hazmat emergency situation homes around the evacuated and the remnants of Delta are still on the move. Here's ABC. Senior meteorologist. Rob. Marciano. Tonight the remnants of Hurricane Delta wreaking havoc in the south after slamming into. Louisiana category, two hurricane at least seven reported tornadoes across the southeast first responders forming a human chain rescuing people from chest high floodwater in north Georgia heavy rain swamping parts of I seventy five this massive train derailing causing a hazmat situation and evacuation outside of Atlanta water pouring into homes residents waiting through the debris in. Louisiana three hundred thousand customers still without power tonight. Residents picking up the pieces from Delta's devastation. One hundred mile per hour winds, toppling trees, ripping roofs off homes, knocking down power lines. The North side of town was completed dark that was nothing Delta hitting Louisiana just six weeks after Hurricane Laura the two storms making landfall just twelve miles apart the white family living out of their camper power of is out for twenty seven days actually for us another still people without power from the first one. Charles residents know they have a long road to recovery feel hopeless I don't know if I'm going to. Be Able to live through. Put back together. Only to have a distorted again. All right rob joins us now just back from the Storm Zone and rob the remnants of Delta are still packing a punch far from the Gulf coast. Very much. So it's a matter of fact, the remnants of Delta will be here in. New. York City in the next thirty six hours. Take a look at where the center of this thing is is just north Georgia near Chattanooga Tennessee strong storms that you saw in this area, but the heaviest rain is up against that front. So we put the map into. Motion, you'll see the pulses of heavy rain in DC and Baltimore, and Ocean City tomorrow, and then Philadelphia's well throughout the afternoon. The heavy stuff stay south of New York until tomorrow night and then lifts into New England where some of this will be beneficial rains. But in places like New Jersey will be the heaviest, we could very well see some flooding there.
What a Buddhist Monk Learned from Nearly Being Assasinated
"Thank you for making time for this. Really excited to talk to you. I really. WanNa. Hear your story because I've read a little bit about it and it's fascinating. Can you tell me how you first encountered Buddhism? Yes the first time I encountered Buddhism is in nineteen ninety. Lift to Uganda in nineteen ninety as students. Still mean for not fair Housing Need Gun Die Scholarship to study. INDIANA. Headed the government of India through in Yemen, extent culture program is going to pay for me to study in India. Business. That was excited. I didn't know anything about Buddhism, but the only thing that is connected to bosoms what Gautama because we studied history about Indian personalities like Mahatma, Gandhi, end Gautama Ferretti that good Mohsini Buddha. So good time. I have ever happy faintly and my story. So when I went to India I. did not that even the religion could Buddhism philosopher David so I just went to study business and until nineteen and arrived. I'm because when I arrived India, they had this strike. And then we we didn't go to school. We did started this school immediately. So then our putting a hostile where there are some people who looked very slim doing and. They have shaved head the they are putting on robes or rose. To say hello to them. So I went there then I sit hot one and the ad it beaming smile had. Happy so we became friends and in A. Long Story Short, the me into the temple I should dig would ask you then they told me about Buddhism there that Buddhists and the they told me don't take Dina just delighted breakfast. Assault then they are the ones who really told me that yes, this region called Buddhism and it took me to the temple for the first time and the temples. Good. Assure the hand. I should be behalf either in Chattanooga and that's when I I really got to know that a temple. So that's how I know about what is him but That Buddhist people edited and those most just wanted to be friends with me. I wanted to be with him and Cindy. GimMe Food they give me a minute things slowly slowly they stop telling me about. What they believe in. On time I went to Brahma, cameras, we just the boost people, but is meant tradition. The told me that debilitate Bra Mars. And I had seen one I was quite or the time in the evening Tony Oh I asked him you. Calm and peaceful way. Have you good evening? He told me he goes to meditate or. Meditation then I went there admitted with Matas and then they have discovered this that you focus on lucrative. And then you really meditated breathing in and breathe out but his commentary, right so your story piece food. Your Com nobody can destroy you. So when I finished that a mid station, I went to the monks again I told them that that'd be meditating this. Who told you to meditate thought that some of the WHO's Viacom common peaceful and told way can meditated. Then I told him what I've been doing the told me no, no, no. No you should meditate weapon go deep meditation, and now doesn't fuss time to get to know what meditation you good. Mom told me the best meditation Vision. So then I to know mutation literal. So from Buddhism. The most yeah. About Communication Gorby. I know you were raised Catholic. So, here you are in a completely different country encountering this religion for the first time a religion you didn't even know existed what about Buddhism and Meditation spoke to you given your history why was it so appealing this practice send this faith. Actually for me into the. Lack. of Meditation when I went to Meditates it was no Malini evening and then I was so stressed out in India, it's hot country I was eating hot foods and I was looking for Chatchai filled to see. Every time I went to look for because I was McCaffery those no jet unfunded when I go to the judge, this was in Hindi, a language that I don't understand. So now we're not going to judge there I was going. To check. So that. Good. That back. Then I believe like that. So now every time I go to check ECHINACEA the English obvious or gotTa salaries so which is my language I was just going to judge People just talking a foreign language and literally I said. This people have also religion could Hindus I to do what they believe in and then slowly by slowly when I went to. The fuss medication do not even a Buddhist one I did a Hindu meditation. So I sat. And mid I feel so much. More peaceful than me. When I was in chat, you know in chat sometime of silk can now is it new? Don they're going to pray things? So but that's a short time in a judge acquitted my bring. But when I was in meditation, I told really give any and. When I came out, it was so peaceful and relied rest of amongst the win admitted. So peaceful.
"chattanooga" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Our trail of tears. And there's where weak or a decadent where Americans which means road trip history buffs, one minute amnesiac the next We want to remember except when we want to forget. Barden may by is that the Chattanooga Choo Choo register at the Chattanooga Choo Choo, the Chattanooga Choo choo to It's a hotel, now a gloriously hokey, beautifully restored Holiday Inn, in which the lobby is the ornate dome of the old train station in the rooms or turn of the century rail cars parked out on the tracks were in giggles Thie entire night for the simple reason. That the phrase Choo Choo is completely addictive way try to work it into every sentence. What should we do for dinner? Stay here. A teacher Chu Way end up going out for barbecue, saying this's good, but I can't wait to get back to the tutu. We watched the X files in our train car, commenting Is it just me or is this show even better in the future? Do I send email from my laptop? Just so that I can write greetings from the Chattanooga Choo to exclamation point number of times. I just said 2 to 7 number of choose 14. Sadly, we check out of the tutu and drive across town to Ross's landing. It used to be where John Ross is very service carried people across the Tennessee River. But in 18 38. It was one of the starting points for the water route of the trail, tears. I stand on the sand and read a weathered historical marker Established about 18 16 by John Ross. Some 370 yards east of this point It consisted of a ferry warehouse and landing Cherokee parties left from the landing for the west in 18 38. Same year, The growing community took the name Chattanooga, and I'm sure there's no connection at all between those two points. That sounds so nice lead left for the West. Bye. I haven't mentioned that. Ross's landing also functions as Chattanooga's tourist center..
Ancient Tennessee River floods hold a warning for the future
"In eighteen sixty seven after several days of rain the Tennessee River surged over its banks and water rushed in Chattanooga Tennessee. The devastating flood remains the worst in the rivers history since recordkeeping began. But Lisa Davis of the University of Alabama, his digging in the dirt and finding evidence of even larger floods in the more distant past when floodwaters recede, they leave behind minerals, and so we searched for these deposits and we date them and we build a chronology of events and in some cases were actually able to reconstruct with the height or the size of the flood was. Answer Research signed in northern. Alabama. Her team has found evidence of several Tennessee river floods larger than the flood of eighteen, sixty seven and she says, such events could happen again. As the climate warms extreme rainfall is growing more common in the Tennessee River valley. So Davis. Says it's important for planners to understand what they could be up against in the future that information can be used to figure out whether or not dams have been adequately designed has anything happened. That's bigger than what they have imagined not just in the past two centuries but over millennia
So Fat, So Brave: COVID Charged
"Hello. Hello, hello. Happening cake. All my goodness, why a beautiful has here on at lunch today. Three. Fat? Bitch. Proud and Latin next people. How are you doing today? Come on I, need more I. Need a little more energy. It's a weird time. It's a lot of emotions right now. So I'm like in a constant roller coaster, how actual feelings are. You know what I feel like we need to get into it right now because we went the last time, we recorded this last fall. We did Okay. So before we get into it. Ever. Might then I? We have done these episodes called so fat. So brave based on. Hashtag that Nicole, buyer Chattanooga buyers that she talks about a lot when she decided to start wearing bikinis and people would call her brave for just existing in a fat body and wearing whatever she wanted which is. Crazy that you would call somebody. like, wow, you're so brave and so. We do these episodes and I, know the loyal listeners already know there's been a couple of them where we break down. Media, and fat representation fat phobia within the media. So we usually talk about film TV and this time we're adding social media to the mix because there's a lot of body positivity So media now podcast things like that So we're GONNA get into it but before. Let's talk about what we've been doing during this wonderful worldwide pandemic. I. Gosh. I will say. I feel like I'm a lot closer to you too. Because of it, I feel like I see you more often than my own family. Threw facetime. So. That's been a positive. The negative is I can't believe we are living in this world. And this is actually happening and how quickly it went to. Shit Yeah. Doesn't take long in the US OF A. Yeah? No, it's what, what was your question? I think I already got distracted by your been doing, what's will give us some updates since we last spoke to you, I, don't know if you want to open this tin because I'm on I, haven't even recorded my show that radio since right before this started. So I, have literally been just. making it. Basically, it's been. Nice to get closer to you in like you know talk to certain people more that I haven't talked to in like months and some people even year's same time we are. In the midst of I say pandemic, right? Because it's not just the Kobe nineteen. Now, we're in like A. Unnecessary racial uprising as well, and it almost feels like we're also having like battles internally because of all the circumstances So it's been really Really heavy to say it nicely But I've also been amazed by my strength which I never realized and I've made a lot of big changes. In my own personal life. So it's really given me time to sit with myself, and so I see like though flaws and the beauty in who I am. And then I obviously see that all my loved ones and people around me as well because we're so grateful. For everything we do have in these moments So it's kind of a back and forth feeling which kind of what I said earlier but there's definitely been a lot of fat yet this time as well. And so it's been really interesting to just kind of observe also try to be mindful of my energy while I navigate this present world.
Pregnancy & Postpartum Body Image
"Matters. Podcast thanks so much for joining me. I am so excited to be here. Really appreciate getting asked to join you. Yeah well we've connected online and you talk about some really important things just from from the perspective of being a therapist and also a human and I thought okay. Let's let's get together and talk about body image and the postpartum period because that is very much on your mind right now is that right. Yes definitely yeah. I am ten weeks outright now with my new baby and also have a two year old so I still kind of feel like I'm in the postpartum period with her to even though some people might disagree with that But I still feel very much like a new mother to both of them. Yeah Yeah Okay so talk about who you are in your background what you do professionally and then we'll dive in topic. Sounds good so I am a licensed clinical social worker and used to say I was a licensed scalzo worker in Louisiana but I just moved Tennessee But for the last almost ten years I've been in New Orleans Louisiana and that's where I got my graduate degree and just moved to Chattanooga Tennessee to be closer to my family. Meanwhile I raised these. Two girls My husband moved. We're altogether but My family lives here and so right now. I'm not working a whole lot. I'm seeing a few clients like in Tele therapy capacity from home So that's what's happening right now. But what like led me to this? Work in journey I around the age. Fourteen fifteen started struggling with OCD related issues and started going to therapy and loved therapy. Knew that it was probably going to be calling passion for me and it has been and so I went to college studied technology. Ocd got better for the most part And then when I went to Grad school I started becoming really interested in addictions and still anxiety and depression and related issues and once I started you know once I graduated Grad School and started my first jobs. I started really obsessively restricting and wants. Take yes food and once. I started that that lasted for about three years. And I mean after that I started to run a started to get help for it and once I went into. I didn't do a an impatient program but I did. Iop stuff and that led me like recovery myself has led me to be really really interested in eating disorder recovery and body image recovery for everybody and then out in a broader topic just disordered eating end health in general Because I think somebody that everybody faces even if they're not clinically struggling with the eating disorder of some kind And also my eating disorder weld in with OCD A lot. So that's what led me to place And still passionate about working in that area especially with having maybe girls. Yeah Okay so you have your own history and and then you've had years of studying in school and then working as a therapist and then Becoming a new mom Taco anything relevant in your story as far as like. What's it been like to be in recovery or recovered? I'm not sure what wording you like to use it From an eating disorder and then kind of going into new phases of life like like motherhood and the end postpartum. So heart of my story has been that I knew that I wanted to be a mom but I also knew I couldn't be a mom unless I was recovered from my eating disorder. And so that is what led me to seeking out. How because they knew at some point I wanted to have children in so basically after I got married I decided to. I realize that it wasn't just an. I want to be thin for my wedding issue. It was a bigger issue for me and decided than our would've been twenty sixteen so three and a half years. I decided that I wanted to make this better for myself that I don't pass on like really toxic ways of thinking to children and so that is what led me to kind of kind of the catalyst that threw me into recovery and so I got really lucky. I do identify as recovered struggle. Sometimes but I don't utilize behaviours in the slightest any longer and most of my thoughts able to Kinda Zap pretty quickly when they come up once. I did get help. I got pregnant pretty quickly after that so abou A year it wasn't very long about a year after I started feeling much more normal and better pregnant and obviously you know. Weight gain is a huge component of getting pregnant in the postpartum period. And while that was hard for me it also felt
U.S. Automakers Expected to Reopen Plants Within 2 Weeks
"BMW's largest plant in the world in Spartanburg South Carolina may fourth to resume some production Toyota plants in the U. S. and Canada trying to ramp up again on the same date as is VW's big plant in Chattanooga Tennessee Honda chose to wait a little longer until may eighth and Tesla just restarted some production at its Fremont California plant after CEO you on musk tweeted that shelter in place orders are fascists the list goes on with the takeaway being that for every auto plant that re opens numerous other big factories do as well carmakers rely on big sophisticated manufacturers to produce sub assemblies which may even assemble into a car perhaps no other set of major factories enable so many other major factories as the auto industry
How to Get Tested for Coronavirus in Boston
"Testing a key part of the state strategy in dealing with a pandemic here's WBZ-TV's Christina Hager in Worcester I want to make sure minimize contamination vials lined up machines coming to find out who has the virus that's causing our historic pandemic so we do the testing here for all of our patients that come through the emergency room we got an exclusive look inside UMass memorial medical center's corona virus testing lab running two and a half thousand samples this week alone collected at places like this headquartered in Chattanooga where patients sent by a health care provider get a swab through the nose while sitting in the driver's seat patients that you know are experiencing respiratory challenges they have fever they have cough we followed one sample from the drive through rapid testing right across the street within minutes after it's all in there I just ten seconds it eventually showed up negative but they didn't take that for an answer rapid negatives go here for even more sensitive testing at the make shift hi tech lab that went up in just ten days because workers on the front lines fast they were literally begging for a faster turnaround time and that was at that point where we made a decision on lap to take the stock room that we had quickly pull everything out of it clean it out and retrofit it back in to a lab space and it doesn't end here after patients are notified of the results healthcare workers contact everyone to follow up a record symptoms and make sure they're isolating experts say that's the key to preventing the spread
Voice and Wearables with Dave Kemp of Future Ear
"Also have a blog. That has now Formed into a podcast as well future ear. My podcast is the the future ear radio PODCASTS. And really what I'm trying to do is cover the intersection of Curable technology stemming from my background in hearing AIDS which are like The preeminent curable And Voice Technology. So I I you know I do too podcast week where I bring on people from the world of audiology the world of the world of voice technology and sort of just have this guy. Tried to create a cohesive narrative around this budding intersection. That I just find to be absolutely fascinating. That's amazing end I've listened to your podcast and it's fantastic. I think you're a great interviewer actually have said that you before. So I think thank you. Questions are really great and And you're in your prolific content producer as well now because you're doing it twice. That's I know that takes that takes a lot of a lot of consistency effort. So good for you. Let's talk a little bit about the intersection here of here. Both in voice technology. We'll get into the exciting news that we have the book in just a moment but I love to get your take on. How did you first see that interaction with voice technology? And what's the what's the origin? Story there sure So the very first time I like started coming around the voice technology You know like world was the the Alexa Conference back when it was called the Alexa conference very proud that I can say that I was one of the Og Alexa Conference people back when it was in Chattanooga Public Library It's so funny. It's like when we were at project voice this year which which has been reprinted in to see many familiar faces. And it's just so cool to think back on this small group inside the Public Library and it just keeps growing and growing and growing and The reason I was there was because I started to really research What was going to happen Due to the fact that hearing aids were all becoming Bluetooth enabled so back around. Twenty fifteen twenty sixteen there this massive shift In terms of the type of hearing aids that were coming to market Everything was Bluetooth enabled and because of that I started thinking. Well this is a really big deal because then you basically unlocked the whole smartphone economy the economy and all that but I kept thinking. What else are you gonna be able to do with this and Like so many people you know I always find it interesting like who was the person that really got you interested in this and a lot of people would say Gary Banner Chuck for me. It was Brian Romilly. I came across him on twitter. I just Kinda got into a rabbit hole. Read his stuff and I was like. This is a really really interesting premise. In the way that I thought about it was okay. So if this You know the way that he describes it as the sort of paradigm shift into the way in which we interact with technology. Every you know ten to twelve years you have sort of this new interface that emerges And this idea of voice made a lot of sense to me because you know it's this idea of simplifying everything back to the basics and being able to have a four year olds communicate with this type of technology or ninety five girls and that to me was like the Big Aha moment so what I started think was okay. Well if this is going to be a thing in smart speakers continued to proliferate and people continue to increasingly depend on them for more and more things I thought that what would it be likely that they would then want that type of functionality on their person and so I said well. What better of a home Then these new Bluetooth connected hearing AIDS that you're wearing all day every day Not to mention sort of the consumer side that was just starting to take shape largely being ushered in by air products. And so. That's how I got into this whole thing was just this notion in this idea that I thought it was entirely possible that the evolution of The way in which we interact with our smartphones would be unbundled to the more like peripheral Peripheral wearable devices In having voice as you know not only the user interface also the voice assistant serving as the actual operating system. Yeah that's great and and it's clear You know hearing you speak in following your work that you're now one of the leaders in this area of technology and here ables and it's such a historic. It just makes sense to me. You know an intuitively that with with speaking. There's listening as well and part of the part of the oral type of communication so I think that's really exciting because of that You know it's. It's really wonderful that we've had the opportunity to work together on this special project on the voice technology in Healthcare Book and You are one of the chapter authors. And I'd love for you to share with us a little bit about The process and of course you know little bit of information in terms of what did you write about. What did you learn out of it and your your thoughts on on that whole that whole deal? Yeah for sure and first of all I wanNA thank. You WanNa thank the whole group Harry Papua's and David Metcalfe and everybody else I. This is just an amazing opportunity in so regarding the process. What's interesting is at the time when you approach me about this. I had been writing what I called the daily updates so I was midway through. I'd probably written about seventy five eighty of these so I had actually got into the habit of writing daily and I think that it was good timing because I was like I felt as if I was kind of honing his craft of writing and being pretty religious about it. And so when you presented me with this idea of like can you write a ten thousand word chapter on You? Know Kinda like everything that you're passionate about wearables. Voice Technology in the Medical Setting. Rice said that sounds like a challenge. In so I'll be perfectly honest. I had a good idea in my head of of the outline. I sent you the outline but when push came to shove Like so many other people you know something. That's kind of daunting like that. I kind of procrastinated and when I finally did is one day. I can't remember. I think it was like a Sunday. I just like went into my room. Close my door in a got into like this Into this almost like trans. Yeah exactly and I just cranked it out. I actually wrote it in one day while I obviously edited it afterwards but I remember I would. I was writing And I told my girlfriend that I was going to be doing this. I was like I'M GONNA go. I'm GONNA just knock out ten thousand words and we'll see if I can do this. I think I can do it. I read about a thousand words every day. So it's just like basically writing ten types of articles that are right but I gotta do it and so I did it and I just went in there and I was texting updates from like six thousand seven thousand so it was. It was actually pretty a pretty cool process and it was a pretty cool thing for me to like. Be Able to tell myself like you can do this So as a writer because I have journalism background. This was one of the this was like for me. Like if I was a mountain climber like this was the highest peak that I've climbed yet so I really appreciate the opportunity of even getting the chance to do this and the challenge of Of doing it and So that was sort of the process of of how I how this thing came to life and then after I wrote it I went back through. I mean there was it was kind of messy so I had a really clean it up in. You know rearrange it a little bit but But that's how I
Coaching with Lucien Lu - Piano Teaching Via Flash Briefing
"Right so here we are with the one and only Lucien Lou. Lucien for people that were at project voice. You are no stranger to those people there. Because you're the guy carrying around all the camera gear and doing an amazing job of capturing all the content solution. Welcome to the PODCAST. We have a really cool project that we're going to work on together. Nobody take a moment here. Tell everybody who you are terrier. Really appreciate that. The shout and everything. It's just been super amazing to actually work with the one. And Only Dr Carrie Fisher Terry V as they call him on the streets Stupor Super Amazing. Learn tons of things and I enjoy being. Ll Rock for the few days that we were there. So superseded about flash briefings and who? I actually had a question. As Piano Teacher I teach panel of how can I actually get on this flash briefing How can I make it Alexa skill? Like so many questions as an entirely new person it just completely I do not know anything about flash briefings or waste so who else to go to turvy so awesome. That's that's awesome. So this is this is this is the idea. I think this is a pretty neat idea because what we're going to do is I want to help out Lucien Lesions and awesome guy like I say. He's a big big part of the team. Now part of the Doctor Terry Fisher brand team and election candidates for cells in everything that's going on and Lucien wants to as he said create a flash briefing and this is going to be an opportunity for the audience to listen in and hear about what goes into creating a good fuss briefing in the process in what you need to consider. And what's important? What's not important and how we can do this. So Lucien right now the way things are because I think this is good for people to know. Do you have much of a presence on the voice devices because it's interesting to note people where you're starting from a complete scratch. Man I have no podcasts. Have NO FLASH BRIEFING GROUND ZERO RIGHT NOW all right? But you're on tick tock and I have to say that when we're in Chattanooga crazy you happen to run into a fan that new. Your doc is not true man so so huge style that actually super crazy it is amazing that you guys see that But Yeah Tick Tock. Video is my more my presence. Youtube is grim. And Tick Tock but man. I'm saying like audio being the next thing asked where I wanna be okay. Perfect and being a piano teacher. I mean it makes a lot of sense okay. So here's the so. We got the premise. You WanNA create a flash briefing. You WanNa get on voice so just share a little bit of your thoughts now like what? What do you want this flash briefing to do? What's the purpose of a vast region definitely so Every day I I WANNA be able to give advice to people trying to learn piano and so whether it's a tip that helps that helps you learn how to practice better our sight reading your training. It's something that will help you become a better musician. A tip that allows out of practice. I'll give you an exerciser play. Not In the name exercises everyday. Great Great and Annette's sounds perfect little short little bit little tip and somebody can can go ahead and so one of the things that I always talk about. When I'm thinking about you know creating briefings to help people help helping other people to create by sweeping is what problem are you solving and I that may be self explanatory for this but it sounds like the idea here is. You're trying to help a person who's wants to learn how to play the piano. Be More efficient with that is that is that sort of a fair statement hundred percent on all right and does it matter if they're like a beginner or more advanced person or have you thought about like who would who's going to be geared towards us right so this one is going to be geared toward toward the beginners the people who are jumping onto. Actually this APP called simply piano so many kids are so many new adults jumping into piano are learning from APPS and so i. I don't doubt that they would be the ones to be jumping on board with a voice device take advice and to learn more about Danone and transition from just an APP. Just a game that they play into an actual skill that they have so. That's right where I see appropriate That's awesome and obviously one of the things is you know if they're going to be listening to your first briefing. They wanted. They wanted to be listening to something. That's got some expertise and we didn't say this you have. You do have a lot of expertise. You have the credentials so maybe just share that with us. Like what makes you a guy that can teach piano appreciate that? Yeah man it's So my background. I've been playing piano since I was four. Twenty four years old right now. Seven plan for twenty years. I at age. Fourteen cheese three diplomas in piano. Meyer St Performers Gt Teachers in my global licentious Lennon. College music so it's it's been a huge part of my life and I do have an Asian parents asiapac upbringing. So it's like A. It's kind of like a mandatory right right of passage kind of thing. I really appreciative in super fortunate to this kind of background and I just really want to get back to this community that that where learned from so Yemen. It's Janelle teachings been part of my life is only
How Teachers Can Use Alexa To Enhance Learning
"Am the director of Instructional Technology and innovation at Chattanooga Christian school. You're intending Tennessee. My role here at the school is to really just help and teachers students and parents figure out how to use technology to support learning and that looks very different in day to day in class to class. We are a school that uses the Learning managed learning management system canvas and so a lot of my time is spent helping. Teachers get on board with canvas and creating the content for their courses. But then there's another side of the thing I do. It's just really helping. Teachers Look at water emerging tax water technologies. That are out there that we can really use to To really just under guard the learning bits in the classroom and never believe in technology like leading. What's happening in the classroom? I think the the great thing about education is the relationships between the teachers and the students but anytime that we can create efficiencies are create ways for the learning to be expanded than technology allows those type of things to happen and those those are the things that just really get passionate and so with that I started looking into voice technology I guess it's now been four years ago and slowly have Had some teachers here get involved with using voice in the classroom Most recently worked with a group of our. We have an international exchange. Student Program worked with some international students all from Asia. Who have are really knew English learners in so I work with Begum to create some voice opportunities to help them with learning not only like new words and vocabulary but helping them Study for tests outside of the course that they were in so they really struggled with the wellness course that they took because the phrases that were in. That course weren't familiar to them. Also biology Those names for the different body parts and things like that. That was really hard for them to memorize creating a voice skill that helped them memorized for tests. It's almost like a a voice study guide so to speak so those are the things that I feel like. The voice does really well in education so far but I think the opportunities are great for it to be even more and I feel like I'm also a podcast after and as a podcast. Her for the voice in education which is helping teachers learn. How do I use voice in the classroom safely? Taking Students Privacy into account And what's next and so my my goal is to kind of help. Not only am teachers. Figure that out but developers and the Google and the bixby and that Alexa of the world's Kinda see from the view of an educator. What is it we want? What what would help education? So I kind of feel like I've become this evangelist for education voice Not Truly looking for it. Just kind of happened yet. You're you're working with teachers. You're working with students. You're working with probably administrators parents and even developers so you have all these different stakeholders and you've accumulated a lot of knowledge. Tell us what do you mean when you save voice because there's a lot of people probably watching this and listening to this? That aren't quite sure and they may even be like Similar to your role or they might be in the classroom. They might be running a small business and they have no idea what voice means so tell us what do you mean when you say bowl oysters and you mentioned. Alexa skills and Google Dixie. And then also tell us how long. When did you first start identifying voice? Because I love what you said. You're looking for technology. Not THE LEAD. But technology support and make learning and teaching more efficient and effective similar to how data driven design is trying to help businesses be more efficient and effective voice that technology for US. So tell us what do you mean by boys and then? When did you first identify boys as a technology that can support everyone's goals so when I say voice at this point in time what I'm talking about is the voice assistance so an Alexa? Google Assistant Actually Samsung Bixby Creating some voice opportunities then not yet. Have I figured out how to use those in the classroom? Because they're they don't have their own device at this point but those devices putting those devices in a classroom and what it allows for For the classroom is to have a But not lose that Community feel in the classroom so I can ask you know for instance I can say What is ubiquitous mean? And I don't have to look down by Antipodean and look at dictionary dot com and then read it back. I can just look over at the device. I can ask the device and I haven't lost my students in the classroom. So that is one of efficiencies that it brings to the classroom. I believe Because it is communal in nature. I started doing the s looking at it as a possibility in the classroom. Actually four years ago I bought my very first one of those very tall original Alexa. I don't even remember what it was called at. This point took it into a middle school class. Ask The teacher. Hey can I just see? I didn't really have a plan. I just wanted to see how the kids interacted with it and it was there for ten minutes and I went no not going to do you. Wake kids are asking things I don't want him to ask. It just became this novelty but as time has moved on with any emerging technology there it becomes more and more useful or more and more of an ability to see its potential usefulness. And so that's where I think we are. We're beginning to see the potential usefulness in education when it first came out it just did seem like a novelty yeah. It'd be great if I could answer. Answer that question. But for an educator or anyone in an edge technology role you have to look at the pros and cons in my mind. I my former former accountant before I became an educator so I see this T. Chart in my head all the time of debits and credits in one side I'm looking at. What are the benefits of this and on the other side? I'm looking at whether the detriments of this and I believe wholeheartedly that we're in an era where the benefits are beginning to outweigh the detriments. And because they're so immersed in the world that we're in to ignore it seems dangerous to me because if we continue to ignore it then it's going to become something a we didn't really want it to become as educators and B. E. It becomes something that we have to adapt to instead of. Adak helping to adapt
"chattanooga" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"In Chattanooga hot debate on the hill he inspired terrorism hi Mike Morris Democrats and Republicans are sparring over the two articles of impeachment written against the president abuse of power and obstruction of Congress ranking member Doug Collins is a power for article impatiently anything they want to me it is the car wants coverages saying we don't really have a case to our caucus but go out and make it up just going to say what you don't lie if you didn't say something nice to this if he didn't do a policy you don't want to do this and that that's going to cover you you'll be okay because remember this is always about an election Democrat mandolin dean fax do matter notice the contrast between the conversation on this side of the aisle and that they run away from the facts they're afraid to admit to themselves or to the American public of what the president's behavior really adds up to house speaker Nancy Pelosi says she expects the articles will be forwarded to the floor of the house this is nothing west about it but it is urgent and so we will be bringing the articles the committee will off of work on it today compounds Republican Kevin McCarthy two articles that they have I don't think stand on any merit itself but what ever they decide to bring forth on a defense I have no fear New Jersey Attorney General Kirby great wall has just said the attack that killed an officer and three civilians at a Jewish market in Jersey city is now being considered an act of domestic terrorism inspired by anti semitism we believe that the suspects held views that reflected hatred of the Jewish people as well as a hatred of law enforcement a total of six people including the man and women the woman who carried out the attack three civilians and a police officer died in a series of events that ended in a police shootout on Tuesday on Wall Street the Dow was up one hundred twenty.
"chattanooga" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"W. Chattanooga the impeachment approaches trump and mark Cronin get testy I'm like Morris the house is poised to release a landmark impeachment report outlining evidence of what it calls Donald trump's wrongdoing toward Ukraine the findings could lead Congress toward a debate over whether to impeach the president correspondent Phil Mattingly reports the house is now moving very quickly this is essentially the starting gun to the final sprint to impeachment over the course of the next couple of weeks based on this intelligence committee product based on the articles of impeachment they're drafting the present United States is likely to be impeached before Christmas how that actually happens what the articles look like that's still being debated but this is happening and it's happening fast president trump speaking in London at the NATO meeting I had a chance is a deranged human being I wouldn't go out with a complex allows the reasons are obvious I think he's a very sick man French president mark Cronin says Europe needs to move in its own direction to keep NATO relevant and ready to respond to Russia just about a month you have to be careful who is also the first phone to share the cost of a the whole and I do believe that in such circumstances we may what we have to think background is called NATO brain dead under U. S. leadership president trump calls those remarks nasty and insulting politician Oshkosh Wisconsin say a police officer and an arm student at a high school were both wounded in a confrontation this morning one.
"chattanooga" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"And all of that so I have been saying this no one is contradicted me they just look at me like you're a fool to say this but I'm going to say this to you and you tell me if it means something I think that because cranky and coal spent so much time in the next in a league that they are aware of the lineup of the nats and that is an advantage that the nats pitchers don't have having not been in the American league insurance case in a very longtime well they haven't faced one soto very much and they have this row bliss or Trey Turner's a younger player and now the the the scouting reports are so oh sophisticated in terms of they know they know everything about you and so but but their practical experience does account I don't know the answer to that I I mean I just feel like by the time masters goes out there he's GonNa feel prepared based guys like your down Alvarez Yuli Gurriel that he's probably never faced before he'll know the business of it and also I think which what you said you lie on your strengths he's going to go out there and knowing what's what he feels comfortable with that day same thing with Garrett Cole Gear Kohl's very analytically minded like what do I have today ah stuff like that so I that's I think maybe that's a confidence thing for the pitcher but in practical terms they're they're both going to be repaired so what's your best guess they make you do this my best guess is that they ask does it GonNa win and seven and I have no competence in that because I think because I've watched the nets like you have all the way through the playoffs and I know that I know what people around the country don't know what you know is that Trey Turner's a really good player Anthony Renaissance one of the best players in baseball and that Howie Kendrick has had one hell of a year and also and I think what people do know is if make sure is at his best in Garrett Cole is that his best then what happens I mean we're GonNa play all night are you GonNa win you go to Washington or even Houston are you going to bring you know a fire extinguisher for Baas in case he just just seen some emails you're in the postseason like what do you think he's doing right now going through his mind because I'm he ah I've never seen a guy so invested in a city and I mean there aren't that many native Washingtonians he is a what a third generation yes yes the son of Librarians yes yes and waited his whole life for this and in his fifties had had could never have any expectations that this would happen because it was not yeah I mean it's in all of us all those who worked at the post are GonNa Think Shirley we that we would host those exhibition games at the end of spring training and surely would grumble we're not Chattanooga new we are it took it took major league baseball a long time to figure out that this is a huge booming area that is going to his more than deserving of a major league baseball team. I'd have a good time I'll see you when you get here Richard Justice poison girls of MLB DOT com. I'm great to talk with him we'll take a break we'll have news when we return you're listening to the Tony Kornheiser show this is the Indochino Had you know and I'll read a couple of things I'll turn to Nigel because I he's got the suits Indochino was founded on the belief that you don't need to spend a fortune on custom wardrobe and asked me to about how good men look when they're suit fits well and asked me to talk about my personal experience with Indochino my personal experience within not know is watching Nigel walk into a restaurant and look like he just got out of the rat yes on the I believe it's what Tony Show Tony No just Promo Code Tony Tony Caig there you go yet in my previous version of myself I would walk around with the suit options for all occasions including work formal events even your own wedding they are affordable almost all.
"chattanooga" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Dot com slash Tony Ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire this is the Tony Kornheiser show the sent to us by Don Stewart any rights here's a song called dreaming ally it is off my eleventh album released seventeen albums but I have a few more the need to be released I still can't believe you play my songs I don't know if I'll ever get used to hearing them on the radio driving around on my car my wife and I become big fans of your podcasts technically we've told just about everybody we know how great it is thanks for making my life more fun by giving me something else to look forward to well thank you for sending Music Don Stewart dreaming ally the Richard Stewart the kitchen steward Richard Justice of Mlb Dot Com who got a shoutout last week from me on PTI because he was right about the nats when he said they were near perfect team. and I question before we get into the technical aspects of the baseball which begins tonight you lived in Washington for a lot of years you live in Houston now your Texas Kit Waxahachie Texas are you conflicted at all with where your allegiances are between Washington and Houston well it's a it's a balancing act because what I know about Washington is what most of the country doesn't know that it's a great great great sports town and the people that Washington the people around the country what they see on Washington on TV of Washington is not really Washington Washington is a working city of people who installs telephones and there are lobbyists and there are lawyers but there are people that love sports and all you have to do is reference the scene out side the arena when the caps process of winning winning the Stanley Cup and what this city used to be like on a Monday morning or a Sunday when the redskins had the city in the palm of his hand I went to a church in Silver Spring and there was an elder he was a Pentagon executive he was a defense contractor and he said he led a prayer every redskins Sunday for the redskins coach Joe and the Hawks in the thing is nobody thought he was odd like yes God had better be looking over our boys and that that's why I don't want people to know and I think about Shirley a lot or think about almost the obscenity that Washington didn't have baseball for thirty years and how great it is to see that ballpark full and also like the people that are on that team I mean I I love Ryan Zimmerman and ensures her rent down so happy for Davey Martinez and my God Mike Rizzo I would say to Mike Rizzo after these burnouts and October would say well you know what do you do because you tend to think that you want to lie under a table of fetal position and never come out again and he goes You you you you talk for about twenty four hours and then you pick yourself up and say okay what weaknesses do we have to address but you also have hometown roots in Texas and you live in Houston I I love what the Astros have done I was here when they lost one hundred games three years in a row and it's not just the they're good and they're smart and they're progressive the manager Aj hinch is the best I ever dealt with and I've talked to people who covered sparky Anderson you know covered hall of Famer and Earl Weaver he's the best he is one of the best people I've ever known and it's and it's not that they're good but in players like George Springer and in Jose altuve A and Carlos Correa Alex Bregman they have guys that you want to root for that you want your kids to wear the Jersey they bring Sir the energy enjoy every day Alex Bregman has lots of ties to Washington. DC Yes George George Springer grandfather worked in the White House And was the head of the dc the DC Teacher's union had a scandal he was called down from Connecticut his name is George Springer senior he died in two thousand two so there are lots of layovers like that yeah but it is and in some ways you you do route and you can't lose so it is is going to be a good outcome either way that's the astros are the best team in baseball they proved it over one hundred and sixty two games and went a little further with Tampa than they should have but they handle the Yankees and and they are the best team the only weakness I see right now that it might be exploitable is is that grinky has had a bad post season do you expect that to continue yeah I don't know I would say I agree the Astros should be favorites but if you look at the first six in each lineup you'd say that's almost a push you saw the first two in the rotations that's a push the the nationals lineups little deeper both teams have some questions about their bullpen but what the nationals have come up with is like three guys that they do trust at the back of the bullpen and now at some point have to use Fernando Rodney you can't just go yeah I mean it has to happen in in maybe in I don't know can you work around your weakness in the seven games as I would say one of the the differences would be that in career versus trae Turner in altoona versus how we are whoever's GonNa play on base remember there's an in in springer there's an explosive potential there that the Astros hit one seventy nine Tony in the AFC s Correa had four hits two of more home runs springer had four hits in the whole series two of them are home runs so they didn't play winning baseball but we it's the Magic Johnson Line when it was time to win they did something to win the game so what I look at is and I love the nats and I hope the nats win but I think the as the better team the dodgers were better team as well but you look at the Astros I think they hit more homers the nats up and down and I think they strike out less than the nats right so I they are a team to be feared I you know I think the nets are awfully good as well I I it always it always comes down to pitching it always does what is it starting pitching or bullpen because the astros bullpen seem stronger though not in the post I have to say and it's very hard I choke on these words the nats bullpen in the playoffs has been terrific I can't believe it gut kids there's going to be lightning yeah look what how what's going to decide game one it's going to be old fashioned who's GonNa pitch better is it going to be Garrett Cole or is it going to be Max Scherzer and these are two in the first two games what's so fun about them these are two relentless Alpha males who believe that they they are going to set a tone on and they are going to control the game and the thing is sure Zor burland or coal I I know Strasbourg less they want that responsibility the on their shoulders yes put it right here I'm going to win you know I the highest compliment you can get guys come in and see Max Scherzer bottom line of card they think okay we're going to win today yeah I mean sure coal hasn't lost since May Coleman the best pitcher in baseball since dismay if you asked me who I want and I'm influenced obviously richie I'm influenced by watching him for years here and I say this all the time nobody's worth the money and he is he's worth the money I want the ball in his hands even though he has a proclivity for giving up home runs early in games and if you look at cold gave up nothing right nothing right Verlinden gave up so a bunch of yes to the one the x factor might be the magic part of the nats the nets of done things that can't be explained they twice came from three runs down during the postseason I mean I screamed on how he can kip the grand ballroom thing things like that that you go you we don't think we can lose having said that the Astros feel they've gotten through two rounds of the playoffs and don't feel they've played very well and that they they have their their time is coming to so it just it just makes it it makes it a fascinating series and I you know this the oddsmakers say the astros a huge favorites maybe I'm just too close to the flame I see it as almost an a very I see it as very even match up but the fact is it's an old fashioned matchup in that starting pitchers GonNa Ke- probably going to control the narrative of each game and then at some point you do have to turn it over to the bullpen and the Astros have one great reliever right now and we'll Harris they don't even know if they're second best reliever Ryan Presley is going to be on the roster and Dan they're closer gave up a two run homer Saturday night the nationals clearly feel good about those two are three guys at the back I mean to me game if you're a nonce fan or or you watch baseball at all I don't really care who anybody else's throwing if I can throw Sherzer in Strasbourg in a row and Strasbourg against ver lander I love Berlin Berlin is going to the hall of fame he's the best guy to interview in all of baseball on television he's smart he gets sit he's wonderful but gave up four earned runs in the first the last time he went out in a time before that on three days rest he got bombed so it is possible right when they got when the Astros guys that grinky they just said look our window is open and if we line up ver- lander coal and Grinky we're going to win best the seventh series you're not GonNa beat those six those six games you're not gonNA beat those guys four times but then that's what makes it so fascinating because that's how they feel the exact same way to three guys so let's go play yeah I I don't know I mean I it's I'm really excited about it I'm excited the way the pitching lines up because I'm pretty sure that Patrick Corbin is ten and two in Washington this year so you want him for game three though I would use them in relief in game one if I had to I mean I don't you have to if you're the nets you have to win one or two you have to yeah I don't know I think in the postseason each game seems like it's its own little universe you know I mean Astros lost game one of the twenty seventeen world series there three hours away from losing their one out away from losing game two in Marlins Alice fastball over the Centerfield Wall and all hell breaks loose game five was one of the craziest games ever five hours something so these these games just turned into little to turn into wrestling matches or however you WanNa see it and so much fun to see how how they deal with each other and they deal with the stress.
"chattanooga" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"G. o. w. chattanooga cumulus media's iran sanctions where vulgarity is allowed i'm mike moss single out of restraint has been shown by us a lot of restraint and that doesn't mean we're going to show it in the future resident trump says wiley cold off a military strike in iran he is imposing new sanctions that go after iran's government at religious leader give give this a chance give it a good chance because i think iran potentially has phenomenal future treasury secretary steven mnuchin says military leaders are also targeted tanks serey who is responsible for the iranian regime's forces threatening to close the strait of our moods haji day who is the commander of the air force and responsible for downing the u._s. unmanned aircraft an international airspace as long as pack poor who is responsible for ground forces ronnie and military today said his country would not hesitate to shoot down more u._s. thrones if they violate orion and airspace trump also today said the u._s. wants to be compensated by other nations if it's to protect safe passage of tankers for the straight of hormuz the supreme court has again ruled the trademark office cannot ban names that may be vulgar and offensive in this case allowing a company named f._u. see c._t. to apply for trademark corespondent jessica schneider more years ago it was actually an asian rock band who wanted.
"chattanooga" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"W G, O, W Chattanooga. A Cumulus media's tariff clock ticks arms sales battle. I'm Mike moss. House speaker Nancy Pelosi says the threaten tariffs on Mexico would be bad for the US that this is dangerous territory. This is not a way to treat a friend. It's not a way to deal with immigration. It's not a way to deal with the humanitarian needs at the border Senate Republicans were expressing reservations, about the tariffs, enter urging the administration to avoid it corresponded born FOX is on Capitol Hill. Optimistic that maybe something could come out of those discussions with Mexican foreign leaders today. That's the hope because they don't wanna have to basically rebuke, the president of the United States, but Republicans deeply concerned about these tariffs shortly after arriving in Ireland. The president said he hopes US Mexico talks today to avoid the tariffs will be successful. A bipartisan effort is underway in the Senate to block the president's plan to bypass congress on military arm sales. Correspondent Linda Kenyon has an update from Capitol Hill. Senators are introducing twenty two separate joint resolutions to block the president wants to track more than eight billion dollars in military sales to Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Jordan the effort is led by senators. Bob menendez. And Lindsey Graham grams opposition is of note since he is one of the GOP's leading foreign policy. Experts who also is a close Trump ally. Senator say their effort is intended to protect and reaffirm Congress's role of approving arm sales to foreign governments. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill in a victory for abortion, opponents. The Trump administration is ending medical research by government, scientists using human fetal tissue government funded research by universities will be allowed to continue subject to additional scrutiny. The policy change will not affect privately funded research that uses human fetal tissue a mall straight stocks continue.
"chattanooga" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
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"chattanooga" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"NewsRadio W G O W Chattanooga. Chippy meeting drilling dispute. I'm Mike boss. The sounds of divided government a sparring session between President Trump House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer over money for the border wall and potential government shutdown. We have solutions that will pass the house and Senate right now and will not shut down the document. And that's what we're urging you to do not threatened to shut down the government. Choice. You can't get your way. Shut it down government funding. Bronx Allen December twenty first right now. It doesn't seem like either side is willing to compromise. Environmental groups who filed suit to block the administration from doing solid testing for possible offshore oil and gas drilling. We know that the seismic testing is the intent of this administration to lead offshore drilling, which we all recognize. Is is it's negative Nassar's offered to give MBA superstar Steph curry a tour of one of its lunar labs after the Golden State Warriors guard said on a podcast that he doubts humans actually landed on the moon. James fields will spend the rest of his life in prison. That's the recommendation of a Charlottesville Virginia jury that found him guilty of killing Heather higher at a protest last year. Pliers mother, Susan, bro. Says the jury's decision alone. Boot stop hatred. Let's take heart in and the fact that we have won a victory today. But keep in mind that we must must must put direct action. To our words. I'm tired of catchphrases. I'm tired of people making nice sounding words and nothing happened. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says he will bring legislation to the floor to overhaul the nation's sentencing laws on Wall Street. The Dow was down one hundred seventy five s and p down thirteen. And the NASDAQ is down twenty six I'm Mike, you waited all your life to retire. But now there's close the prospect of having to pay yourself. Can't be a little scary. I am Ron Adam. And I'm atoms of one family financial. It's not easy to go from that steady paycheck every two weeks to wondering how you're going to create that same income for yourself in retirement. But it is possible. A lot of you have saved in your 4._0._1._K Zor IRA's all these years ago. Maybe you're one of the lucky few the pension, and of course, your social security, but how do you maximize income and make it less?.
"chattanooga" Discussed on Babes and Babies
"This is this is this Jade, and this Carly you're listening to. And. Wasn't. Now is like a whole orchestra basically like people in pitch j. Yes, instrument sounds really wondering what happened to the top. What it's going. Realized it was missing really sit a while ago. I took it off for certain reason. Anyway, welcome to Chattanooga part to Chattanooga. The tuna too. Yes. It's actually fun word Chattanooga in minds me of cata hula. Like the dog Tanner was calling me little Chattanooga. Cutie earlier. That's cute ought to be Chen. New Cutie theme says in Texas. Okay. So you guys wanted to Bill. We wanted to start this fun game with the fun game. And it is called the. These game room sing it back music quiz. So basically Fisk game is you sing the first line of song. And then somebody has to sing back. The next line is on and you get bonus points if you know the artist and title. I'm super thing though. Like, you guys you play with us. So we'll sing the first line and using it with us and see how smart you are see what you know. Like use your brain today. Holidays for my terrible voice, Jada everything. And we would just is just in general thing, we apologize. Sorry for what I did earlier or sorry. Sorry. We love you. Okay. I'm gonna kick it off. Great. I don't mind doing it. I love my. So I want you to love me touch move them. And that's fun. Down. I want you. Blue. I love the dibbled ever. This is your karaoke. This is my very first carry every. Yes. That's amazing. Brew them bought. No, it was ten years ago after a bad break up. I'm sorry. Good song. Really, Jane, your turn. I. Image. Eliza my head. Switch the song. Of need you? Like shooting people. Follow the break up this bad song. Like did you picture her like a karaoke game bar singing, a really sad song with like just like crying? And everyone's like, get her another drink. Kind of the story of that night. Oh, I'm sorry. Air bassist. I remember that how that's playing instruments on stage with me. So it's fun. 'cause I was still kind band. I did it was my first time ever mean. People go up there with me and they played air guitar drums. So cool. I like them. Like changelings? Just so funny. Jeez. Okay. I'm gonna go next. Jay, Jay, gainer better. Oh, man. This one's hard because I like both of them on this. But I'll go with. Now..
"chattanooga" Discussed on Babes and Babies
"This is Liz, this is Jade and this Carly and you're listening to. And. You guys we figured it out. We just have to be sitting next to each other. This is maybe the most amazing thing that we've come up with this entire times been so off every time we're still looking at each other through the hidden never on like that heavily opened up. If you Harley kinda was directing us like that's what I should do. Maybe the hand just felt I felt the synchronicity us felt. Let's be that Chattanooga air, Chattanooga fog. The bottom box bought a box. You guys. Do you have voter boxer bought a box about a box of wine. Oh, so do you drink wine from the box because we are we currently are. We're in Chattanooga on our girls trip time. Yeah. Also, we almost just died. A lot of experience in the last hours wanted things have happened to us. So you guys we are like staying on the top of this mountain, and this really cool Airbnb, but we left dinner into the sushi place. Which is a whole nother soda. Basically, they're walking turntable. And we were starving and big guy sets the tree down. All she butlers is falls on the ground and Jada night. Almost eight it off the floor already pieces of sushi on don't tell them how much we. Gate. What he said though, because he enemy my sushi, then he went back to get yours and all the granite. And he was like dang it or. It was really sad unless sad. So then we're like driving back, and we I mean, we're at the top of raining, it's raining here influence sprinkling. And it's so foggy you guys. Like so missed you can't see your hand in front of your face. And these roads are so twisty turny around the mountain so dangerous to even we drove them earlier, no street lights. No, she like drove them earlier. And it was scary enough in the daytime and at night. I never again never again. I mean, there was a point you guys. Road turn and Carly when strip early on. I I didn't know which way to go. And it was I couldn't see in front of my face and James like to go to turn turn. I mean, if I had gone five feet ahead. I would have just driven directly into the mountain. Like there was like a kid or something that's going to let me through like Moses was gonna park. Like, it was really scary. You could just see white though. But it was just a clear driving in a cloud. We were it was why people do that here. No, everyone is driving like nothing was happening. Around us. It was so scary. You guys those Chattanooga NHS. New gins? They know something we need to ask people tomorrow the county. How do you drive fasten that what is the secret? I mean, maybe the fog lights where the secret which I couldn't figure out how to turn it in turn on. But it was really scary. And we're glad to be alive. So we're drinking some wine to calmer nerves yet. The box in the box. Yeah. Unrefrigerated wine from the box, classy, listen. But at least they're in wine glasses, I actually have not if there's an oscilloscope I wouldn't carry one hundred percent, I'm not above that. I'm actually wabel. From the bullocks. Yeah. Put a straw into the bag. Capri sun. Yes, that's actually smart to really thank you. Ciller idea. But it's nice to be the other, ladies, I know. It's so nice this Airbnb is really cool to really cute. Yeah. Four I know it's like so weird pampered. I'm gonna feel very far away from unites. That's true to them. Maybe I don't like that speaking of the night and Jade, this will be this is the first time you're away from EMI. I know it's so weird. How are you feeling? Well, I'm doing I'm doing good..
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"Not popular. So that's an any party. That's an any party. So what does young lady did is? She just winning gotta ticket like anybody else. Like, you or me? And I think when she got there, the hyper-sensitive Blackburn campaign people's the way, he's too young African Americans. They don't have on any make America great heads. They could be troublemakers. So that's why they basically an individual's. No more than a bouncer to try to harass them to make them leave. Now, I tell you what's going to happen on Sunday. And I was just into meetings and Chattanooga just got back from Chattanooga in the back of your home in Nashville, Donald J Trump himself is coming on behalf of Marsha Blackburn to Chattanooga. And this is a sign that this race is very very much in play. And so he's coming and so they'll probably be a lot more of that situation. 'cause I know for sure. They'll be a lot of of chattanooga's. It will come into the UT. Chattanooga MacKenzie arenas right there on the UT Chattanooga campus to protest Trump. It's really not the best place for Trump to have this event because you're having it on the college Campbell campus where people are more liberal thinking and more avenue protests, but setting that aside you about the the Blackburn and Brenton race. Yes. It has been a absolute dogfight they have between Bredesen's, and Marsha Blackburn. They have bought up all of the commercial time on every TV show on every channel. So when you cut on the TV, it's Marsha Blackburn with negative ads..
"chattanooga" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Tightened. Radio WTO w Chattanooga. Go back to Susie in West Virginia. Thank you for waiting during the break. I'm just telling you if they if Trump and picked a woman, or when he does pick a woman, they will strike her no matter where in the midst. Here of women must be believed and women cannot be challenged and women. This are women that they'll destroy a conservative judicial nominee. If Trump picks one you watch it'll happen. My other part. I wanted to share is I have been raped twice in my life. Oh my God. And as I listened to this woman, I I agree with Trump ongoing where when you remember those things and what bothers me the most exceed of viciousness of what they're doing to this man's character to me, they are raping his character. They are being out. Pardon me thinks there's something that happened to her some people found there's something happened in or pack back. Picking and accusing wait a minute. Wait a minute. Can I stop you for a second bear? Because you've just said that you have. I mean, shockingly frightening experience with this could you tell me why you think that in a lot of people. Oh, I think something definitely happened to her probably made him something happened. Why do you think something happened? I give by listening to some people and thinking, well, you know, given the benefit that something day could've choosing the wrong person and letting the person that actually did it to her get off scot-free. Yeah. That's see. That's the thing here with me if something actually happened to her. Then whoever did it. Is gotta be laughing all the way to wherever he's headed. Exactly. Well, I'm sorry. I have a problem with this line think something happened to her obviously have been I'm not saying, I totally agree with it. The death benefit. What people? Hey, you know, because how something? People people say that because they want to be seen acknowledging her as believable or credible sort of. No, they don't get over. I do not believe her. Choosing him. I do not leave her one bit because she doesn't say where it happened. She can't remember their house. You can't remember this. I remember them or what about the business that some of these experiences are so so so demeaning shocking violent that people some victims don't wanna remember and don't I mean, they suppress it you having happened. Having had this happened can you speak to that? Because I there are a lot of people who who I'm told have horrible things happen to them. And they do suppress the memories. And sometimes they're they're forced into therapy to bring those memories out because if they don't they're never gonna get past it, right? Well with this the second I ended up pregnant and my boss, another tip to have an abortion it four months. Now, I can't give you the date that I can give you the tide. It happened because it was near my homecoming. I was a direct and it was around the end of September of nineteen seventy four. Now, the date the very day. I can't give you that. Trigger? If you never that date. There are things near the happened around that that will you can say, yeah, this is what was going on at this time. And this is when this happened. Yeah. You try to put yourself in a similar circumstance. I've I've never been. Accosted that way, I've had I've had upsetting things happen. We all have. And I've tried to think independently none of them anywhere approaching yours. Don't misunderstand. I'm trying to think what thirty six years ago. Where was I the things that happened to once? I know where I was once I'm able to place where I was either within a given month or week or even year. Then my memory starts telling me. Within a certain Dane rate date range of things happened. In my case, the more upsetting, they were the more vivid. The memory. Because they were the event was a formative one. For either good or bad. But I I I do remember specifics. Now, I couldn't take it to the exact house where one of these events to me happened while having dinner, I know that it was in Sacramento. I I couldn't tell you where the house was today if my life depended on it, but I can tell you the guy and his girlfriend and the layout of the kitchen and all I can do that. But where it was I couldn't. But rape victims and sexual abuse. Victims depends on on on the victim. Some of them have vivid recall of every detail like this in some some some don't but her date range. And descriptions of the house Senate placement of people there who all deny it. I am the timing of you put this whole package together. It just. And the reason for it to keep a conservative off the supreme court. I just don't think any of this is spontaneous happenstance. I don't think Feinstein just received a letter. She didn't know it was coming. Just don't believe it. Can't prove it just don't believe it. I don't believe she's minding your own business one day at a letter from a constituent who said I don't want to be known. I don't want to be named. I don't want this taken any further. Well there. This doesn't make any sense on less. You put it in the proper context of what the express purpose of this is which I happen to believe is forcing Cavanaugh to resign to withdraw or for Trump to withdraw. I think this is beginning to unravel because Trump and cavenaugh have hung in. And by unravel. I mean be exposed. For the phoniness that much of it is anyway Suzie, I'm glad you called. Thank you. Thank you, very much, Miami, Florida next Robert your up, great to have you rush Brigadier does from a lifelong listener been listening to you for thirty years. I just want to thank you for everything you do for the country, and especially your leukemia and lymphoma Assam that you do once a year. It's fantastic. And it means a lot to me. Thank you, sir. My question is what's what do you think is going on? We'll see mother pro because it sure gut and quiet. You don't. Well. Now, that's an interesting question. What's going on with the mother? Probably. Here's the latest. I've heard of the Muller probe. They the story actually has the sentence in it. The special counsel's office of Robert Muller of bird Esquire. Most most most honest man in Washington, it's shedding prosecutors shedding now when you're Kanter dog sheds, it means they're losing hair Muller is losing prosecutors. Meaning they're their their jobs almost done they're getting revered. They're they're moving away. They're going off to other things there's less and less for his team of Trump haters. To what to do? I'll just repeat what I said at the very opening of the program. I don't think this tax story would've run today. If Muller were still hot on the trail and had something. And if the Ford story weren't beginning to unravel, the New York Times story wouldn't avoid when I saw on drudge this massive New York Times to my first reaction because remember folks, I am a student of the media and the left. And nothing happens by accident. The times didn't just finish the story by deadline last night, thereby making it able to be published. They've been holding it they've been working on it for a year. They've been coordinating with the Showtime network. They've been producing a documentary for the past year, documenting how the times found it how they reported it how they it how they wrote it the fact that this thing was released and published last night for today. First reaction. I had was cavenaugh thing must really be unraveling. As it's time now to turn attention to Trump from a new angle, and it's not really new it's taxes. The latest news. Correct me on this, Mr. Snerdley. If you've seen something more recent. But the last story I saw on this is Muller. I don't know what to believe in. If Muller is showing various people, Roger stone, emails and texts and asking them what they know about it. We're down now to Roger stone in an investigation that started with everybody thinking, Trump, cheated with Russia and Muller was the guy that was going to find it. And when we got Trump's tax returns, we were gonna see that. It's Putin that enabled Trump to hold onto his money and get more of it. Trump's wealth is directly tied to illicit activity with Russia will there isn't any Russian anything in the New York Times story. So. We're getting down to the nitty gritty here. I. You know ethics say that a special counsel should not right and release a report within this close proximity to an election because of the impact that it would have. And they of course, are unbiased ended the totally objective in the Justice department, and they're not about affecting the outcome of elections. Ha, which is all they've been trying to do for two years. I wouldn't be surprised if they released a report, you know, a couple of days before the election, which excoriates Trump for irresponsibility excoriates him for a bad attitude. Excoriates him for having really really shady friends and all that but doesn't accuse him of anything. If it's not supposed to happen before the election. That's when it probably will happen. Is the way these people operate, but but maybe it won't. Outside of that. I'm like everybody else. I don't know. What Muller has what he's going to reveal? I don't know what he's going to report. Zip zero NADA, all I know is that the drive by media decided to try to make something else. A bigger story today. Then the cabin all story. Rush.
"chattanooga" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"W Chattanooga. Okay. Welcome back and Katherine are coming back to hear just a quick second. Folks. You always remember the first time, you discovered something great first time, you went someplace you really love first time, you got something or experience something really special and a lot of times those are things of a luxurious nature a sleeping on a set of Boll and branch sheets is right up there in the luxury department. You might think that sounds funny, but I'm telling you, it is people that to to whom a bad has sheets on it. And that's it sheets are sheets pick them up wherever you pick them up, and you go to bed you fall asleep unconscious and get up somebody hopefully makes the bed ready for you. The next time, then you know, it's almost like having in a regular wine from anywhere department store grocery store when then you have a vintage Bordeaux. And then you find out what the winds knobs, we're all talking about it happened to me. I wasn't a wine enthusiasts efficient. I wanted. Somebody had to render a white. I I went to a restaurant once on I in Pittsburgh. I'm an early twenties. I've got a date. I'm trying to impress the babe. And I notice Amalia the name of the restaurant was Ben gross. It was an urban Pennsylvania's not there anymore. But it was rated really high gourmet magazine. My dad told me so I walked in. And I said, hey, Fritz girl sitting across table Fritz? What are you have? What's a really really good read tonight? He said for you, sir. The year you drink meaning you don't know enough to know here. I am trying to impress this, babe. And he just we all laughed about it. Then I was treated once many years later to a vintage war DOE, and I tasted difference. And there is an it's the same thing with the sheets your sleep on your sheets. You don't think a thing about it? You hope they're clean. And then you go to a hotel where they've got these great sheets..
"chattanooga" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Pat unleashed get a list here of the worst run cities in america would it surprise you to know they're all democrat cities what you believe that way what i thought they're the ones who believe in you know the quality of government and the wonder that you get the splendor that is government and government intervention into people's lives why there should be no poor people in washington dc and yet it's the tenth were it's the number one worst run city in the united states washington dc right does isn't it the nation's capital run city unbelievable number to detroit michigan number three new york city new york now that that's run by essentially a communist build bless you pretty much admitted in the eighties certainly nineties he was a communist he hasn't changed his policies doesn't talk about it anymore but he is one number four san francisco california wait a minute wait a minute they're only number four them got poop clogging the streets and sidewalks there that tells you how bad new york detroit in washington now gulfport mississippi i am honestly not familiar with the leadership in gulfport but i'm guessing it's probably they're probably not republicans we should look into that oakland california follows gulfport and i don't know about chattanooga tennessee either are is that republican controlled i doubt it i'm checking on these inner city let's see if the mayor of gulfport and the mayor of chattanooga are democrats bet they are flint michigan nother democrat stronghold same with cleveland ohio and hartford connecticut all democrat cities with a possible exception of gulfport and chattanooga i know eight of ten or okay so right now chattanooga let's see it has been democrat for the last teen fourteen years i knew it okay now it's only like sixty to seventy years in dc in detroit san francisco places like that chattanooga climb that list the longer they keep electing democrats so chattanooga you said was for thirteen years okay what about so go for mississippi is oh hello republican right now for quite a while okay nine out of ten nine out of the dead worst run cities in america run by democrats good golly there you go you just say there's a nine and ten chance that if your city sucks it's because of democrats saint louis the fifteenth worst run city also democrat stronghold posted the worst scores in terms of safety according to the survey one thing every big city hasn't comment or major roadways traffic reputation for pollution in those fields california cities were found to be the worst in the country road quality los angeles santa ana fremont oakland.