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The latest in sports news

AP News Radio

01:58 min | Last week

The latest in sports news

"8 piece sports time David Schuster a light schedule in Major League Baseball action on Monday but the first place mets in the national league east they were in action and our Mike man Q fills us in The mets continued their winning ways with a 5 to one victory over the reds with 13 wins in their last 15 games the 71 and 39 mets lead the braves by 7 games in the national league east Chris Bassett tossed 8 innings for his 9th win Starling Marte a two run first inning Homer for the mets against Cincinnati's Justin Dunn who took the loss Over in Baltimore the red hot Orioles made it 6 wins in 7 games with a 7 four victory over Toronto four home runs for the Orioles including one by Austin Hayes We're going out expecting to win every game so I think we've been in this mindset now for the last couple months and we're just continuing to play good baseball Meanwhile out in Seattle the Yankees got back in the win column they snapped their 5 game losing skid They defeated the mirror nurse 9 to four and Philip gon fills us in on San Diego and San Francisco Alex would allow just three hits over 6 and a third innings as the San Francisco Giants as the San Diego Padres one to nothing The giant starter would out dual padre started Blake snow who allowed a run on 6 hits in 5 and two thirds innings The Padres have now lost 5 straight games and saw their lead over Milwaukee for the final playoff spot cut to just one game Pro basketball news Kevin Durant reiterated to Brooklyn Nets ownership that he wants to be traded and let's changes are made in the organization College football news Alabama Ohio State and Georgia They are the top three teams in the preseason coaches poll Meanwhile at Oklahoma assistant coach kale Gundy resigned after he was found to use repeated racially charged language and antennas Serena Williams still coming back from injury she won her first match in over a year at a tournament in Toronto I'm David Shuster AP sports

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Fresh update on "couple months" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:0-2 sec | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "couple months" discussed on All Things Considered

"Leave within a couple months, because of the internal environment they've created with the unsafe staffing. Some 15 hospitals would be affected by a strike. In a statement, the twin cities hospital group called on the nurses union to agree to mediation for NPR news, I'm Michelle Wiley in Minneapolis. Stocks finished mostly higher on Wall Street. This is NPR. From WAB E. News, in Atlanta, good afternoon. I'm Jim bur is our time now is four 32. The Georgia department of public health

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Harnessing the Return of 2016 MAGA Energy

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | Last week

Harnessing the Return of 2016 MAGA Energy

"Want to start with where we're at. Carrie Lake has won the Arizona primary for governor. Maga candidates across the country are winning their primaries. This Republican Party is a grassroots party, ready to fight, ready to govern, ready to improve people's lives, ready to put their citizens first, but the pressure is now going to be on. And as we warned early in the week, the midterm elections are all but a certain thing. Democrats are adjusting. Democrats are going to outspend us, they control the media. They control social media, they control our election system, and they are going to be willing to cut corners at every single turn to try to get their preferred candidates across the finish line. The generic ballot is tightening, the generic congressional vote, according to Rasmussen reports, Republicans only lead by three points. Whereas a couple months ago, Republicans led by 15 points. We're seeing one race in particular that we endorsed in Washington, Joe Kent is only down by 1.8 points with lots of ballots still to be counted. Again, Kerry Lake Blake masters, all one in Arizona. However, as we look towards the midterms, Republicans only have a .1 lead if you average all of the generic ballot polls, a .1 point lead barely taking back the House of Representatives. Barely. And the U.S. Senate is a complete coin toss. It shouldn't be that way with inflation open borders, CRT woke as an anti americanism, war on American energy, it should be a complete blowout. Now some of these polls might be suppression polls and misrepresentations. You can usually add 5 or 6 to all these polls that's usually a good rule of thumb. But make no mistake. Democrats, they know they're going to lose, but their strategy right now is a very smart one. That's right. I'm saying the Democrats are using a smart strategy. They're basically saying we want to lose less. They know that midterms can be very hard. Joe Biden is deeply unpopular and Republicans will be outspent. At every corner. Now

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Wainwright, reunited with Molina, hurls Cards past Cubs 6-0

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last week

Wainwright, reunited with Molina, hurls Cards past Cubs 6-0

"Paul Goldschmidt Homer's and drives in three is the Cardinals down the cubs 6 to nothing the long ball is the 25th of the season for the first baseman It helps move the red birds to within two games of the first place brewers in the in el central We're definitely capable but the other teams are very good as well It will be a tough challenge and we'll try to go play well and there was a lot of games ago but hopefully play well these last couple months St. Louis also gets homers from Dylan Carlson and Nolan Arenado to back winning pitcher Adam Wainwright who tosses 7 innings Keegan Thompson takes the loss Mike Reeves St. Louis

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Jamal Murray Takes Step Towards Nuggets Return From ACL Injury

Schlereth and Evans

01:01 min | Last month

Jamal Murray Takes Step Towards Nuggets Return From ACL Injury

"Jake Shapiro writes about how Jamal Murray's rehab hits the next level. As he's been practicing and we saw the video yesterday, put out Jamal Murray practicing with the nugget summer league team and Michael Malone saying that this is the most extensive live on 5 basketball that Jamal Murray has played since he tore his ACL. Now the only thing about that comment that makes me sit back and question a little bit. Yeah. Is if this right now in the middle of July is the most extensive 5 on 5 basketball that he's played since tearing his ACL, how in the world did you feel that he was cleared to compete and come back and play in the playoffs? A couple months ago. Right. Innate, it was like, yeah. What is he clear? What April May what? I mean yeah, but I mean, they handled that

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A Lesson in NOT Falling for the Media Hype

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | Last month

A Lesson in NOT Falling for the Media Hype

"Many different stories where the media went instantaneously into accusation mode and full transparency. One of the great teaching moments, one of the great learning moments for me personally. Was in either January or February of 2019, I think is January. The Covington kid deal. With Nicholas Sandman, where I was doing too many things at once, I was spending far too much time on Twitter, and I tweeted something such as the Covington kids shouldn't have behaved the way they did. A stupid, dumb thing to tweet, because I didn't let all the facts come through. I didn't actually check the premise. I didn't challenge the media narrative. And that was such a teaching moment for me in a learning moment. I said, what am I doing here? Just kind of going along with the narrative for the narrative's sake. And I wrote a whole op-ed about it, but I actually learned from it. I decided that I was never going to do that again. I said, I'm not going to kind of ready fire aim. I said, we're just going to kind of let the facts come out. And I also learned that, man, when the media becomes so enthusiastic and so passionate about something so quickly, there's probably something there withholding from us. And then a couple months later, the Mueller report came out and it showed that Trump collusion was all a lie. And as I was growing in the movement and growing as a commentator and growing as a podcaster and growing as a host and growing as a leader of turning point USA, I said to myself, man, the next time the media wants me to get so excited about something, I'm just not gonna do it. And I'm quite

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Fox News Joins the FemiNazis With Morgan Zegers

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:42 min | 2 months ago

Fox News Joins the FemiNazis With Morgan Zegers

"Let's play this shocking clip. This was sent to me by a Salem colleague on Friday. I have nothing else to say except fox is gone. Rylan whittington, whose journey of transitioning at age 5 has been seen by 7 million people in a family YouTube video. Brian Yanis has the story about that family that hopes they're experienced can help others. Watch here. If you saw me walking down the street, you wouldn't think anything different. 14 year old rylan winnington is a typical Southern California teenager. And the whittington's along with mom, Hillary, dad, Jeff, and sister brinley, are a typical family. The only difference, though, in rylan's eyes, is what this family can mean to the tens of thousands of kids under 18 who identify as transgender. We put our story out there, so people can see that there's another family out there that is going through what we're going through or there's another family who's proud of who they are. Before rylan could even speak, he managed to tell his parents that he is a boy. I could just see it. It wasn't true to be a brat. It was like painful. It was truly painful for him to have to wear feminine clothing and for us constantly telling him that you're a girl. So that's faulks, the erstwhile conservative cable giant that for Pride Month is celebrating a girl being mutilated and turning into a pretend boy. You can react, however, you wish to that Morgan, I would just say that I believe and have done for some time, perhaps this is the most important issue we have that will help wake up America to what is happening. I would agree. The left is taking this to our children and it's crossing the line. It's interesting I spoke at Colorado school of mines a couple months ago and I showed up to speak about history because I love history and this is my work. And there were 40 students outside, protesting me for being transphobic. That's not bad. 40. I was like, oh, they're here for me. And they had these posters saying that someone was there who was against human rights. And they had clips of me that they were referencing just talking about protecting women's sports and objectivity, basic truth and science. And so after that, what I found, what was most disappointing is there were some boys there in the crowd. And they came up to me after because I had addressed the protesters and they had said something along the lines of, I just don't know why you care about this so much. It's just women's sports. It's just a woman's bathroom. It's just whoever how they want to identify. And to me, it's everything.

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Joe Biden & Democrats, Not Putin, Created the High Energy Costs

Mark Levin

01:11 min | 2 months ago

Joe Biden & Democrats, Not Putin, Created the High Energy Costs

"You know I mention this actually a couple months ago now This Russian invasion occurred a hundred days ago today Oddly enough Joe Biden keeps blaming Putin For the increase in energy costs and the Putin oids in this country particularly in the media they keep blaming people for the increase too And of course their bone they're both boneheaded stupid about it Putin didn't create an energy shortage in America The Democrat party and Biden created the energy problem in America He's creating what will be more brownouts and blackouts across the country when it comes to electricity He's created what will be shortages I've been telling you this from the beginning They haven't been telling you this when CNBC they haven't been telling you this on any of the other so called business shows that I can think of I don't watch them all but I've been telling you this forever Why It's common sense

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Coach Chan Gailey on the Impact Dan Reeves Had on His Life

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:01 min | 4 months ago

Coach Chan Gailey on the Impact Dan Reeves Had on His Life

"You and I have mentioned an individual and he passed away recently a couple months ago. Dear friend of yours, someone that I looked up to because he coached the falcons and in Washington for his nails Dan Reeves. Dan had a large impact on your coaching career as well. I want to just start a little bit because I think mentors and Friends matter in this world. I think we don't talk about it enough. Talk about how Dan Reeves impacted you and football. Well, we talk about him being a mentor Doug. But probably people don't know we're from the same hometown. So he coached us in little league. He was, he was the guy that came back from college and went out and coached us summer baseball and stuff like that. I mean, the town of Americas would shut down when the cowboys would play when I was in high school. So that's the kind of guy Dan was to me growing up. And then he was kind enough to give me my first job in the NFL. And at the Denver Broncos, I went in coaching the special teams. I didn't know anything about special teams. But he trusted me. And I learned right then and there, that trust is a huge thing in the NFL. You need to have people that you trust on your staff. And I learned so much from him about organization about how to implement offense, defense, how to change thought processes of teams, how to organize practice. Things like that that were so foreign to me, not having played in the NFL. It was, it was an unbelievable experience, and he was a great Christian man. So I got to be around a great Christian man who was a great coach and learned from me and my first NFL job. And it was such a

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Latest Lapel Pins and Gifts From Hawaii

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | 4 months ago

Latest Lapel Pins and Gifts From Hawaii

"Shot so you can see the lapel thing that I'm wearing that my buddy, I don't know him, Louis Kona, and I don't know how to say this because there's so many syllables. It's one of those beautiful Hawaiian retreats. I'm sure a slice of Paradise kill a nobody here on the team knows it either. Hence my belief that everybody around me is crazy, but me. And I'm the one I can't read it. Kill a kakua. I think it's killa kakua? Hey, Hawaii. If you're listening and help me with the pronunciation, I just want to say a big thank you. A couple months ago, I invited you to send me lapel pins from your state and on the Salem news channel where you watch this show online and I hope you do, as well as listen to us on your favorite radio station. People have been sending me lapel pins from and I like it when it's like one half is the one side is the American flag and the other side is your state pin. People have sent me pins from Wyoming, Montana, South Carolina, Florida, Ohio. I've worn them all. Well, Louis, Kona from Kona coffee sent me not only some lapel pins that aren't exactly a flag pin, but it's a beautiful Hawaiian flower. You see it online here, sailing news channel dot com. It's beautiful. And I've got it on my lapel. He also sent me some samples from Kona coffee, which is the aroma of aloha. And I like that. And he sent us some American flag watches,

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Charlie and Cynthia Garrett Discuss Media and Victimhood

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:18 min | 5 months ago

Charlie and Cynthia Garrett Discuss Media and Victimhood

"Garrett, who is a TV host at TBN and also part of the Salem family and an evangelist. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks as good to be here. How are you? Thank you. Good, so just introduce yourself a little bit further to our audience. Oh gosh. Well, it's great to be here. I'm a fan of yours. Thank you. I love what I love what you Young Turks are doing to be honest with you. I've been a television host for Young Turks. Yeah, you Young Turks. All right, I don't know about that. Oh, okay. That's an insult, but okay. All right. Oh yeah, it is. No, no, no. The Young Turks were like the Hitler youth, but that's okay. We'll talk about that later. Seriously? Yes. Okay, well, in Hollywood, where I grew up. Young Turks were the guys that actually ran the industry. Oh, really? Yes. Okay. Got it. Yeah, because there's a left wing organization called the Young Turks. See, but Charlie, I'm not that here. No, that's okay. You're good. I'm not that cool. I'm younger than you. No, you're very. Older than you. It's good. It's okay. I've been in television my entire life to be honest with you. I started out. I became the first woman of color to ever be given a network late night show. I started out on VH1, went to NBC network, and then have been under network contract for years. My faith started me producing faith based TV shows and content for TBN and other Christian platforms like Salem. And I published my books through Salem, I did my first book with, well, my second book with them actually, my second book is called I choose victory, moving from victim to Victor, which was released at the height of the pandemic, and not a lot of people wanted to talk about not being a victim. Through the last couple months. Why do you think that is? Why do people enjoy being victims? Because I think there's something called poverty of the mind that has afflicted America. What is that? That's interesting. What is it? It's interesting. It means I'm a victim. I go to victims groups because in the beginning, it makes me feel like I'm not a freak, and I'm okay. But then somewhere along the way, you get entrenched in being a victim and holding on to victimhood because it sort of releases you from taking responsibility for your own move from victimhood to victory. And the choice is really ours individually to make. A lot of bad crap has happened to me in my life and I could certainly stop and be angry or I can move forward and take the hand that life gave me and move into my own success. And that has

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Colorado upsets No. 2 Arizona 79-63 with strong second half

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Colorado upsets No. 2 Arizona 79-63 with strong second half

"K. J. Simpson interested to sell the lettuce second half charge a Kerry Colorado to a seventy nine sixty three upset of second ranked Arizona matching the highest ranked opponent ever beaten by the bus the silver scored thirteen of his team high nineteen points in the second half we've been in this situation you know a couple months ago at every every zona and you know we we set ourselves we can't we can't let this happen again Simpson scored all but one of his thirteen points after halftime as the nineteen the ten buffalo snapped the Wildcats nine game winning streak Arizona let thirty seven thirty two at the break the Wildcats leading scorer Benedict Mandarin was held scoreless in the second half after scoring twelve points in the opening period I'm Dave Ferrie

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Dinesh D'Souza's New Film '2000 Mules' Is Astonishing... and Legit

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:30 min | 6 months ago

Dinesh D'Souza's New Film '2000 Mules' Is Astonishing... and Legit

"So what am I doing in Los Angeles? Well, at an undisclosed location yesterday, I was hanging out with my very good friend dinesh d'souza. And the Nash d'souza is coming out with the new movie 2000 mules. And I'll be very honest. I was skeptical going in. I wasn't really sure what to think or what exactly this movie was going to be able to prove. So dinesh has done several movies in the past as you well known. His great is a great reputation for being a fact first movie producer. And this whole movie was about and many of you have seen a trailer allegedly in the key battleground states of Pennsylvania and Georgia and Arizona, there was a network of ballot harvesting mules that went from one site to the other dropping off ballots. What I saw completely blew me away. And I can only say so much because you're going to have to see the movie, which is going to come out in just a couple months. But I was totally blown away by the irrefutable, sophisticated and transparent evidence. That shows that there were networks of people on the ground going from ballot place to ballot place. And there's a way to prove all of this. In a way that you might never have possibly actually imagined using sophisticated cell phone technology being able to collect what's called pings that your cell phone actually emits off that third party vendors and advertisers usually might actually might actually get and used to advertise other products. For example, if you go to a shopping mall where you go to a chili's restaurant, your phone is constantly letting off pings with unique device ID numbers. Well, the brilliant dinesh d'souza at the help of true the vote Catherine engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips, Friends of mine for quite some time. They had the idea to actually go and get some of that cell phone data in certain areas such as Fulton county and Cobb county and try to see if they could find unique ID numbers of people that visited ballot boxes ten, 15, 25 times. Between the hours of 12 a.m. and 5 a.m. and I can only say so much. But by for 6 hours got a briefing on all the evidence, and I was there with my friend Eric metaxas from the Salem radio network, Dennis prager, danesh obviously, Sebastian gorka and we went through all the evidence. And Dennis prager asked some really good questions. He played devil's advocate. He said, wait a second, that doesn't make any sense. What about this? And the answer is we're

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Is Joe Rogan Appeasing the Mob or Playing the Long Game?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:28 min | 7 months ago

Is Joe Rogan Appeasing the Mob or Playing the Long Game?

"Of Joe Rogan commenting on this. And I listened to the whole 9 and a half minutes so I can help build it out. Let's play tape. The podcast has been accused of spreading dangerous misinformation. Specifically about two episodes, a little bit about some other ones, but specifically about two. One with doctor Peter McCullough and one with doctor Robert Malone. Both these people are very highly credentialed, very intelligent, very accomplished people and they have an opinion that's different from the mainstream narrative. I wanted to hear what their opinion is. And so he then talks about how doctor Malone and doctor McCulloch came on his program. And then he says, well, next time I need to try to have a countering voice to doctor Malone and doctor McCullough. And I totally disagree with Joe Rogan there. The whole point of your show is not to try to have the consensus voice. Do you need to have the anti alien voice on if you also have the alien voice on? Do you need to have like the anti psychedelic mushroom person if you have the pro psychedelic mushroom person, the whole point Joe is that your show is usually an incubator for heterodox ideas. And look, I do think it's important to have for Joe's purposes every once in a while. You know, that goon that calls himself a doctor, doctor Sanjay Gupta, who's an idiot. He's a total idiot. He has this whole like COVID World War three or whatever his name. Stupid thing. While they call Ivermectin a horse dewormer and Japanese phase three trials are saying that Ivermectin actually helps in antiviral replication and can help against the spread of the virus. History will show that we were on the right side of this. But I just I think Joe is hedging a little bit too much. Now, the people are speculating, why is Joe Rogan doing this? Why is he going towards the middle and all this? Some people said it's just because of the money. That could be true. It could be his $100 million sweetheart deal might be incentivizing him to back down because here's what I do know. That selfie video that Joe Rogan made is not the same sort of fighting spirit we've seen out of Joe Rogan in the last couple months. I will agree with that. Now, I say that he's retreating and all that. Here's the thing. Joe Rogan might just be saying that in the next thing you know he might just have doctor Pierre corian. You never know. It's an unexpected thing. So I think it's wrong to just kind of mischaracterize him. But I think that Joe Rogan probably, this is probably fair. Has got himself into a fight that I don't think he quite wanted.

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'Jeopardy! champion Amy Schneider's history-making run ends

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

'Jeopardy! champion Amy Schneider's history-making run ends

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Should I Get a Booster Shot if I Had a Reaction to the Vaccine?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | 7 months ago

Should I Get a Booster Shot if I Had a Reaction to the Vaccine?

"Hello Charlie, I've been listening to your podcast for a couple months and I've learned a great deal. I've also enrolled in a couple hillsdale online courses that you recommended to me. And enjoy learning the content. I don't recall being taught when I was in school 30 plus years ago. That's Charlie for hillsdale dot com. With all that being said, my question is in relation to my 24 year old daughter's complication after the two Moderna shots. She has reached out to her primary provider and her gynecologist, and both are continuing to recommend, she get the booster that is now being required for her job. Neither medical provider will consider providing her a medical exemption, nor will her gynecologist put her complications on VAERS. I've listened to all doctors you have had on your podcast and wonder who my daughter may be able to reach out to to provide proper medical care via telehealth appointment and possibly gain a medical exemption. Thank you so much for your guidance, justice S so she had complications after the two Moderna shots. Unfortunately, that is not an unprecedented email. We receive thousands of emails of people that have been harmed by the vaccine, particularly this new mRNA vaccine that has been developed by the pharmaceutical companies and pushed on the American people via mandates and public pressure and through a social credit system. You're asking, is there a doctor that could provide a medical exemption? Or potentially doctor Pierre Corey, who encourage all of you guys to listen to our Saturday episode. It was amazing. Here on the Charlie Kirk show, I think it was incredible, so I encourage you guys to check it out. And it's hard, some of these doctors are so overwhelmed. However, I will also say that at FLC net, I think that's right, FL triple C dot net frontline doctors. There is a telehealth network. That very well might be able to help

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Attorney Harmeet Dhillon Describes the Left's Playbook to Censor Conservatives

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:39 min | 7 months ago

Attorney Harmeet Dhillon Describes the Left's Playbook to Censor Conservatives

"I want to ask you how me, there is this story that's been developing slowly in the last couple months of the national school board association of America that wrote this letter that then triggered surveillance from the Department of Justice, or at least we know threat assessment tags from the DoJ and FBI to categorize moms and dads as terrorists came out yesterday that the head of the education secretary Cabrera, who's there now actually there's evidence to show that he asked the national school board association of America to for the letter, right? So this is an important point that the government is asking a private organization for a letter to try and then get justification to then trigger domestic surveillance. Am I tracking this correctly? Yeah, you're absolutely right. And this is no surprise. This is to me, this is part of a pattern. For example, my law firm and nonprofit the center for American liberty sued the state of California over a similar fact pattern where after the 2020 election, these state working together with the national association of secretaries of state and social media companies ask the social media companies to take down speech of certain speakers, that was critical of the Secretary of State. And Twitter did that in almost 100% of the cases and other social media companies to a lesser degree. We sued over that. The court just dismissed that lawsuit and we're considering our next options. But what you are seeing is not just isolated incidents like this. It's a playbook.

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How Democrats Used the Capitol Protest to Launch a War on Terror Against the Political Right

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:48 min | 7 months ago

How Democrats Used the Capitol Protest to Launch a War on Terror Against the Political Right

"Okay, with this right now is Julie Kelly, she's done an amazing job her new book, how Democrats use the capital protests to launch a war on terror against the political right, Julie, thank you so much for joining the Charlie Kirk show. Hey, Charlie, thanks so much for having me on. I appreciate it. So we've had on this week Darren Beatty and Ben wein garten and you've done an amazing job covering this over the last couple months. Summarize the thesis because it's very precise what you have here. How Democrats use the capital protest to launch a war on terror. What is the war on terror that's unfolding in front of our eyes? Well, you can see this, especially yesterday when you had vice president Kamala Harris tick off past terror attacks and then add January 6th, 2021 to the end. Now let's set aside how egregious outlandish and how demeaning it is to the people who were murdered at those various days on 9 11 and of course Pearl Harbor. But this gives them justification to turn the tools of terrorism the war on terror, which has been aimed at foreign adversaries foreign threats to domestic threats and those domestic threats or Donald Trump, the Republican Party, the Republican information ecosystem. And, of course, the millions, tens of millions of Trump voters and supporters. So when Christopher ray designated under oath in Congress in March, he designated for our disturbance at the capitol, a domestic terror attack. That enabled the entire national security state, law enforcement FBI, et cetera, a local law enforcement to then treat the defendants, treat the event and anyone tied to the events of that day as a domestic terror threat.

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Dr. Marc Siegel: Joe Biden's Use of Mandates Will Get Us Nowhere

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 8 months ago

Dr. Marc Siegel: Joe Biden's Use of Mandates Will Get Us Nowhere

"Doctor Mark Segal Fox News channel He said vaccine mandates for kids are just not going to work When he was on judging show and this was a couple months ago and he was right then and he's right now Tonight we closed with hypocrisy unmasked As this week we watched as Joe Biden and his wife emerged from the Washington D.C. restaurant without a mask Fox News medical contributor doctor Mark Siegel joins me now to weigh in on it all Good evening doctor Siegel Good to have you back All right let's talk about the hypocrisy of the CDC recommending that kids continue to wear masks even as their vaccinated What is going on Well look they're actually focusing on the wrong thing because they should focus on the idea that the vaccine works And that if kids take the vaccine they're much less likely to spread it And they need to get more testing at home judge so that you actually know if you have COVID or not And let's make sure that teachers get vaccinated The people that are spreading it right now the most at schools are really really young children who aren't get vaccinated And by the way crowding kids together doesn't help mask or no mask So they've got to be practical here It's not like you go to the back of the room and you're with a dunce cap We know in schools that that's not the way to teach is it It's teaching learning exchanging instead there's always the idea of the ruler Remember the ruler and the principle That's what the Biden administration is using The ruler on kids Okay And that's going to get nowhere Those mandates don't work Okay so the mandates don't work So why would we masking kids They want to vaccinate kids and then mask them This is a negative influence on their psychological health on their emotional health and their social well-being What is this all about It sends the wrong message It's the message is it's always going to be a scolding you us fully in you us telling you

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"couple months" Discussed on Z104

Z104

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"couple months" Discussed on Z104

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"couple months" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"couple months" Discussed on WTVN

"Of product because we didn't want to be put in a position again where you know if there would have potentially been another shutdown, where we would have had product for our customers, So we definitely went through. A couple months of struggles, But we are on the other side of that tunnel. We still got a few products, but for the most part, we're well ahead of the game now and kind of to your point. I mean, we've seen that for with our builders where they've struggled to get Other products in a CZ well, and for the most part, we've been able to keep our our side on the year with our lead time. So that's been the material shortages have been concerning for me, because even though we have all these people calling and a lot of people wanting work done We can't get the materials. What can we do? You are, you know we don't want to get in there and do half of a project not be able to get the materials to finish it. Absolutely so it's really a great concern. For us to make sure that we could get our hands on product in pre order everything that we possibly can Fortunately, we have a large warehouse and we've been filling that just pre ordering everything that we possibly can just make sure our clients You know, get a job that could be completed. Right? And I've even heard And I'm I'm not as familiar with limited but definitely We've heard that a lot with the lumber and Yeah. Someone even mentioned that there always be price tripled over the last last three or four months. So you know your point. There's been some serious cost increases and you know this. This is not our first rodeo. You know, we've been in business a long time. A lot of the different storms right? This and Rice has become erratic for a while because nobody really has the crystal ball Comptel that's going to happen in the next month or six months, so there's some erratic pricing. It. It all settles down after a while, Uh, but meanwhile, you know, we just had to make sure that we're pricing accurately, absolutely up to date. Cause that's the environment that we live in right now. So, Greg, It's been great having you on the show today and interesting fax learning more about him, sir. Tile company and you guys have a showroom here in town and you get the address of that again. Yeah, 660. Dearborn Park Lane on that's AH, Columbus, Ohio. Yeah, in our listeners could goto ems or tile dot com. Here they can see All the different tiles and new products that we've been talking about. And again, not just her minor listeners that EMS. There is a Kind of a leading company in terms of design of tile. And tile is such a design centric material, so it's really important. Invite everybody to go to day fox radio dot com.

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"couple months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"couple months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Shal justice, police reform. You know, Trump has tried to tag him with this idea to funding the police job. I knew I wanted to fund the police. But I do think he having been Barack Obama's vice president, having you know his upbringing and whatnot. I do think he can speak authentically about Police reform fixing some of these tactics, money for training money for things like that. So again, you know all these things. They're like a quilt, right? You sort of have a wall, she position and police position and acclimate position. Um, taxes. I don't think Joe Biden would necessarily be that upset about raising tax little bit on the wealthy. That could be something he could work with. And you sort of stitched the cool together and everyone has to look at it and say Is that enough? Is he doing enough for me? I do think there are you know was again with some of the racial justice issues. That's a place where I think Biden can can't speak authentically and again, the polls show you know people are are a little fed up with the way things have been going with some of the policing tactics and stuff, So I think there has been a slight change of mood on that. And that's a place where Biden could go while meanwhile, Trump is kind of doubling down on you, no standing Standing with the police that gives that conspiring a little bit of Elaine to talk to some of these folks in the more progressive wing of this party and say I'm hearing you. We have to fix this. Thanks to this great good having you on with us anytime. Rose. Bloomberg News Washington Bureau chief Craig Gordon, and that's what's happening in the nation's capital. I'm Nathan Hager. John. Alright, thanks, Nathan Nathan Hager, host of Bloomberg Daybreak in R. Bloomberg 99 1 newsroom in Washington. That does it for this edition of Bloomberg Daybreak weekend. Join us again Monday morning at five AM Wall Street time for the latest on markets overseas and the news you need to start your day. I'm John Tucker and busy. The following is a message today of Bloomberg dot com. Bloomberg Business APP and a Bloomberg Quick Take This is Bloomberg Radio Noah Global News Update. Koven. 19. Money New FORECAST. MAN Cates, Democrats in the White House have wrapped up talks for the day on a new Corona virus relief package. Correspondent Lawrence Boxes on Capitol Hill. Republicans aren't even all on the same page. The White House's negotiating directly with Democrats you know who's not in the room is Majority leader Mitch McConnell and Senate Republicans. Republicans. They are still deeply divided over how to address this crisis, with many fiscal Republicans arguing they don't even think it's time for another stimulus deal at all. They're arguing that there's still unspent money. A grim forecast about Coben, 19 has been released. The Centers for Disease Control is predicting that three weeks from now on the additional 20,000 Americans will have died from Corona virus. Ringing the overall total to more than 173,000. Not only our states that didn't have a lot of cases a couple months ago, clamping down so to places like Illinois hot spot again, and if things don't change a reversal is where we're headed. That's Governor J. B. Pritzker. The South is being hardest hit with Florida, marking four days straight. Of record deaths. MOB Costantini Washington The number of confirmed Corona virus cases in the U. S has topped 4.6 million and the.

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"couple months" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:59 min | 2 years ago

"couple months" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"This date. Some 66 years ago, a cubs legend a man near and dear to Randy Americanshearts was born here Go any guesses as to which legend turned 66. Today, 66 today. Randy Hundley, who I think he's a little older than that, though. I know a little bit older than that. I don't know for sure, but he's 66 52. That means he played in the early seventies. A little a little later a little later than that, 66 today, is it? ISAT, Rick Monday You're still a little or Ah, little early in terms of your area. Rainy hungry. 78. Okay, George Middle, Walt, It is not a teller Know, Wallace, let's go. A little later. Little later. Your your little little early there have been later in your life early eighties. Rick Sutcliffe, who? Red Bear and is not fixes, not him. Good guess, but you're on it. Same wavelength. They're about Dick Roof. No knew about Oscar's Moore was a legendary cover Legendary Bill Madlock. No. It's always gets Alright. Alright. American. Would you like to unveil which Cubs legend turned 66 today. Today, Top five. My favorite cubs. Andre Dawson turns 66 today. It's Andre Dawson. That's in myself. It built it built for S So you're saying I don't remember this. It was. I think three months 23 months ago, a friend of mine and I always had an argument in college and Andre Dawson was not thie MVP. He said he 100 awesome deserve the M V p 97. I said he did. A friend of mine went on cameo and sent Andre Dawson this message and had him read it. And I just You have it right there. We can play. I do indeed. Bosses. Andre Dawson, This is the hawk on very Dawson. I'd just like to send a shout out to Randy's off Xeni. And Adam and say Thank you very much as I understand. You're all big Cups fan and I was one of your favorite cubs. Thank you for your loyalty and your allegiance to the North Siders. Three questions. Eric. Sorry, Eric. I can only request you wanted me to Agree that Ozzie Smith should have been named nationally M V P and 87. Well, Actually, I thought Eric Davis and Clark had better years and as he did Just saying Besides the fact that I destroyed the corners that year that was a no brainer. Listen, you guys stay say they carry yourself all the best place for itself. Returns Continue flying W Go, Carl, go. Publish. So that was the hawk. That was a couple months till a ball of energy and 66 years old there. I don't remember before before we get back to some more birthdays, a couple other things trending today. Ah! So Jack Swarbrick talked to Heather Damage. Jack Swarbrick is the athletic director for north for Notre Dame, and he is now under the belief that less likely that the college football season will start on time. Which is no surprise. Anyone write that the culture policies will not start said the one thing I Yeah, but the one thing I'll ask is like where they pushing it back, too, because we've seen that a lot of colleges across the country want to be off of campus by, you know, winter break they and their there's been discussions that it's going to be an extended winter break because of a fear of a flu season in combination with Corona virus. That kid's on campus in November and December is not ideal. So when they say it's unlikely that it will start on time, itjust leads me to the question. Where you pushing it back back to the spring or you know what I'm saying? It doesn't jive to me that you would push the start of college football season back. Then still be off of campus. You know, by Thanksgiving, you're still two months away from the start of the college football season. We have a lot of things can happen in two months. So I'd say, Be patient. Keep your schedule word is with a flexibility to Mabel. Maybe be able to move it back a week. Yeah, there's as you move forward, And if you're only playing 8 to 10 games. Nah, actually, it's going to be a little bit shorter than it normally is. Anyway. You wonder if especially if you're a you know, interconference here a lot. You know, I wonder. The the occasional bye week that will come in in the college football season like Will those do you need like you Because you're no longer Ah, worrying about, you know, scheduling conflicts in with smaller school teams because that's out the window. So yeah, that's a fair point. Well, you just go 89 weeks straight of conference games be done in just over two months. That's I suppose that's a possibility. There's no reason you and there's no reason to knee jerk and Cancel games right now, because before you know what you're dealing with in a month from now, What else? We got murdered? Right? So this is the story has been going on for quite some time with Zion Williamson and potentially did his father did his stepfather take benefits? A new report is his stepfather took benefits of $400,000 wasn't accepted over $400,000 payment from marking agent in October of 2018. Of course I am Williamson's campus, saying, it's all it's all a bunch of It's all wrong. Obviously fraudulent and signatures were forged, and everything else is took it through her through who well marketing agent that was representing says that William's stepfather, Swiss and accepted $400,000 payment from a marking aging October 2018 before his only season it, Duke. According to a court motion sworn affidavit filed by his former marking representation attorneys in federal court on Thursday. Gina Ford's attorneys say the affidavit and other exhibits show that Williamson was ineligible when he played for the Blue Devils. Because his stepfather received impermissible benefits from Slab Aldridge, a Canadian marketing agent. Film and then Zion Williams since attorney Jeffrey Kline called the allegations and documents patently fraudulent. All right, so right now we're in the old, he said, she said, and I'm trying to make the connection at his stepfather's doing something unscrupulous. How does And he's doing it for his own benefit, not for the benefit of the athlete. Then how does well because because his stepfather because you're it says here. Cline claimed that if a photocopy of Williams in South Carolina driver's license included in the documents and the letter of declaration We're obviously fraudulent. He also claimed his signatures from Zion Williamson. Anderson on the documents are inauthentic. So Brian Williams and signing off on and I guess he knows about it, then, right? If the signatures are offense, right? Exactly. Things can be four. Absolutely. There's a lot of nuance. Yes, there's a lot of getting down to actual facts as opposed to just accusations, so we'll see how this thing plays up and yet, But how, and that's the That's the real question is ultimately what what comes of this. I mean is well, like they were bounced in the Was it the second round. They were bounced in the way today. So what do you going to do? Ultimately, you know, you know, and we're going to strip away the elite Eights appearance for doing Okay, listen, the story becomes If this somehow came directly from your from do exactly that's where the story's if it didn't come from Duke, and it didn't come from chef ski, then that this is just them doing something trying to line our pockets for future considerations. Exactly when Zion was going to be out of college and people going to be able to represent him. Obviously, people want a little piece of that pie. They've seen what Michael Jordan has become. They've seen what LeBron James has become. And if you could just get 3 to 5% of that, you've become a pretty wealthy individual. I'd take one year. Other other birthday Today, She was a star on modern family. I loved her in the movie Four brothers, but she was a star amount of family. She was married to Ed O'Neill. 48 today. Jerk and ideas. She's married Ed O'Neill. Yes. Oh, that's the blood here. Know that was his daughter. Yeah. Sofia? Yes, many moons ago. I think she was one of the I'm one of the original reality shows she at one point. She was ah, singing star as well. She turns 40 today. She was married to Nicholas Shea. I think the show is on e or MTV. A camera with it was a reality show that they were together. Yeah, I know She's remarried. Now. She's married to a football player from the finders plastic surgery. That poor woman has gone through..

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"couple months" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"couple months" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Time in a couple months wearing a mask the presumptive nominee and his wife Dr Jill Biden delivered to reset the Delaware memorial to fallen heroes of World War two in Korea he said it was good to be out of his house where he has been conducting virtual campaign events and interviews a local official offering support some veterans were close by thank you for coming here today at the foot of the Delaware River Memorial Bridge the site also honors many from New Jersey who died in the two wars Bob Costantini Baltimore some positive news in Illinois regarding the corona virus only thirty one new deaths today that's the lowest number since April fifth also one thousand seven hundred thirteen new it known coronavirus cases this is the first time in about a week that number has been under two thousand in the state of Illinois there was an anti Pritzker protests that happened at Buckingham fountain in Grant Park state representative Darren Bailey was there he is the southern Illinois lawmaker who has filed suit against governor Pritzker a federal judge won't reconsider decision to throw out a lawsuit alleging that house speaker man again Michael Madigan conspired to put up sham candidates in the twenty sixteen democratic primary federal court judge Matthew Kennelly denying a motion over the weekend to reconsider a lawsuit brought by Jason Gonzalez let's get more from Nick gale guns Alice lost to Matt again by a wide margin back in twenty sixteen but alleges Madigan's team put up forty candidates with Hispanic sounding names in order to confuse voters Madigan spokeswoman says a ruling reaffirms guns Alice had a chance to make his case to the voters and lost the Tribune reports that guns Alice plans to appeal Mikhail eight ninety W. I was kneeling while a deadly weekend in Chicago Lauren Cohen with that story Memorial Day weekend is the deadliest in Chicago since two thousand and fifteen thirty six people were shot nine killed this came a Chicago police beefed up their patrols starting Friday deploying extra officers throughout the city to Chicago police officers were injured while breaking up a gathering in the Englewood neighborhood on the city's south.

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"couple months" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"couple months" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Or a couple months ago and it was beautiful I remember talking all about how pretty it looked on the outside and inside this one seems to match it in terms of awesomeness beautiful beautiful bathrooms beautiful bedrooms I mean everything about it is just super nice and it's a great neighborhood up there too her love sorry about his injury yeah and it would curb appeal big you know deck off the back you know it's kind of overlook the back area just pretty everywhere around lots of details and just little just little things that make it really stand out like the would you call that style of framing on the walls in that front entryway and is that they have a certain nineteen the picture how to one second as you walk in and up the stairs on the left side is a lot of wall space so they framed it out with just like a simple trim but there's a wind scale now it's like bagels on the big league squares big maybe like picture frame like for me I don't know the picture in front of me sorry yeah no you're fine it's just so it's it's interesting it's it's the way that they did it's it's a really tall for your rights so it's not this they framed in sections using molded I got I got yeah like yeah I like kinda like picture molding is what I would call promoting okay yeah yeah yes I think it's a big square rectangle almost you could put a picture in between the middle of it it just helps break up a big wall right you know but this is cool details like this is one example of little details throughout the home that really make it stand out exactly I agree does actually yeah bells and whistles and just you know the extra light touches you know it's not planned event at Lafayette now has a lot of like to it the lecture pop in some of the crown molding things like that yeah yeah great home this is a pretty one and you get to live on C. R. sprays lane that just sounds not fighting at all it is self if you want to check out the pictures and information about this home.

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"couple months" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"couple months" Discussed on KOMO

"A couple months we have seen examples where people were a symptomatic and consideration that there was this other people that asked me in about three months and I have a much better answer still increased says all the planning they've done is under the assumption corona virus can be spread that easily state health officer Dr Kathy lo fi says they're not seeing great spread of the virus in the U. S. but it's likely to happen in Washington so big events could be canceled our schools closed to prevent a major outbreak in shoreline Ryan Harris komo news with another big drop on Wall Street today the Dow has lost more than ten percent of its value this week Michael stead of Seattle's all state capitals as we could be in for a bumpy ride the next few months your comment about setting themselves up for something that tripped up in trip it up in a pretty big way so I really think to today is just more of what we've been getting all week he says it's hard to pinpoint a cause but the combination of coronavirus uncertainty about the election high levels of debt all contribute to the selloff has more cases of coronavirus start to show up in the United States come was Charlie harder tells us Harborview doctors have some advice for those worried about the disease first off says infectious diseases Dr Santiago Nemi the risk around here he is still very low but it is time to step up your hygiene game he says you should be washing your hands a lot and using sanitizer in the sound from UW medicine Dr Nene explains what to do if you need to go to the doctor with respiratory symptoms it's always important to DO they commit clinic or the E. R. or the hospital heads up saying these are my symptoms the doctor may elect to send a team to test you at home again no cases reported in western Washington since that one patient in Africa Charlie harder come only through ship companies are avoiding Asia right now over a corona virus concerns come a travel advisor Steve Danny check says that means a ship that was meant to cruise in China is being sent to Seattle in April instead ordering for additional departures from Seattle and with a twenty two hundred passenger ship that's obviously money into the economy with officers and the folks that that provision the ships there will be two five day cruises that start at less than four hundred dollars Danish acts as the ship headed to Seattle the celebrity millennium is one of eight cruise ships around the world that is being re positioned calmer news time seven thirty four in our call traffic.

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"couple months" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"couple months" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The foreign leave the leaders of Mexico and Australia leach a couple months after that conversation we had in the oval office with the Russian ambassador another Russian official the and so my understanding is that different protocols were put into place but former senior administration officials tell NPR that while protocols were changed to restrict the amount of people with access to these transcripts those changes did not. VAF putting them on the secret system Franco or Dona as NPR news the White House advocates in one rust belt city are condemning the trump administration's plan to cut refugee admissions to the US from member station W. B. FOR Kyle Mackey reports that refugees have played a major role in reviving the post industrial economy of buffalo New York the trump administration is cutting the number of refugee admissions from thirty thousand to eighteen thousand for the coming year in buffalo refugees are a major part of the local economy eva has said is executive director of the international institute of buffalo and the city's former finance commissioner she says it buffalo's dependence on refugees is mirrored in other cities across the rust belt and Great Lakes regions all have suffered the same kinds of population decline in the industrialization as buffalo and upstate one study shows that from two thousand to two thousand fifteen foreign born workers made up two thirds of the growth and work force age population in the Great Lakes region for NPR news I'm Kyle Mackey in buffalo. stocks slumped today after reports that the trump administration is considering new limits on US investment in China NPR's Scott Horsley reports China has already scaled back investment in this country amid rising tension between the world's two biggest economies the trump administration has been pressing China to allow more U. S. investment in that country but now that China has opened the door a crack there are signs the White House is considering slamming it shot reports of possible new restrictions on US investment in China spooked investors even though details have not been announced the warning comes as the US and China are preparing for another round of trade talks in the coming weeks China's direct investment in the U. S. has already dropped sharply from forty six billion dollars in twenty sixteen to just five billion dollars last year Scott Horsley NPR news Washington the Dow was down seventy points today this is NPR news in Washington. and this is WNYC in New York on a John Carlson days after president trump accuse senator Bob Menendez of threatening Ukraine New Jersey Democrat it's applying pressure on a high ranking tribe eight in a letter to secretary state Mike Pompeii almond and as requested information on the state department's role in setting up meetings between the trump lawyer and Ukrainian officials how did the state department let the president's lawyer. private lawyer run around with free reign acting like an ambassador to Ukraine early this week trump brought up a letter to men and as that will that Menendez wrote with two colleagues last year urging Ukraine to cooperate with Robert Muller's investigation but the letter did not suggest the senators would withhold support for the country if it did not comply. a new Billboard in Belleville New Jersey is criticizing the state for not funding led filters for its residents the town of forty thousand people shares a border with neighboring in Newark which is where Belleville buys its water but the billboards as well department of environmental protection has provided filters and funded an education campaign from Newark residents Belleville has not received anything double mayor Michael mail him says that's unfair GP's gonna spend a million dollars on quote on quote community outreach. for the residents of north and how to use their filters when I've been asking for assistance. there's calling for water filters for six thousand homes in Belleville at a cost of about half a million dollars. for the rest of tonight here in our.

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"couple months" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"couple months" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"First couple months with a soft plastic heart you know like hard cast on but I never ever like recovered from it like so what is it might be an alley three years ago that happened you have to admit I have like total arthritis in my hand I can't close my hand in a fast it never it never recovered I never have been clues and I never got better ever I've had every injury known to man my rotator labor I'm torn off the bone both surgically repaired I got fifteen screws up that the it's never been the same I have no I have never been the same so my point is this I do not believe that a guy that is thirty seven years old that'll be thirty eight next year will be the same at all from Tommy John surgery I've said this a number of times I've seen it a million times young athletes that are in their twenties can have Tommy John surgery and come back and be better than ever because they're younger they're stronger they had stronger muscle mass everything else in their body they're all eat a you know it's real simple when you're young you recover when you're old you don't your body does not recover the same in your late thirties and definitely your forties and fifties forget about it you'll never be the same you'll never recover it takes for. he'll how many pictures got Tommy John at thirty seven not at all I mean the only one I can think of that had it really late I don't know if he was as old as thirty seven was Jamie Moyer and he threw jumped on the rest of his cry I mean you still pitch to do is forty to eighty miles from your junk I mean you got it done but junk how many thirty seven year old pitchers in major none. it doesn't happen the kids in their mid twenties late twenties there. that right now both do you I would bet personally that he's done I either they'll never it'll never be Ben Roethlisberger again ever he's just going to be some guy that had his elbow blown out when he was in his sixteenth year that said that'll be the end of them yeah I would agree with you because like I said before starting just about to throw the guy take somebody has that the first time lance on elbow who knows that's gonna be a from again like even if it comes back to throw the ball as the same Big Ben the first thank you guys thought why can't protect them and also he's backed up and out I bet that he will play again but I think you'll find out fast that it might that he doesn't have the arm right dead dead sea but guess what he's not going to not try to play a game try to cut they replace the muscle with a part of your like you know leg or whatever right they do they do they put in like that the muscles stronger than ever but I just don't buy that with a thirty eight year old I just do not vitamins looks what situation where works way back you think okay is going to be there that all son just the military sees as you know what they worth it yeah and I think a guy right now that starting to look like he's watched as well as cam Newton I mean he he had to shoulder surgery right he he is just simply not throwing the football with any kind of vast like you used to and that's all there is to any looks like he's bored to death with all of it like it is doesn't even he looked the other night Thursday night like he doesn't wanna play football anymore. text texting roles you into reoccurring automated text messages message and data rates may apply come on one more rep you got this ten there.

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"couple months" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"couple months" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Over the next couple months is the same level of intensity that went into the white glove in the mall or four goes into making sure that we're prepared for the twenty twenty election the report also urges states to avoid online voting because there is no way to insure it secure like previous assessments the report also found no evidence that Russian cyber actors were able to manipulate vote tallies however the Russians targeted election infrastructure in at least twenty one states and in Illinois were able to penetrate its voter registration database overseas North Korea earlier today describe its latest missile launch as a warning to what it called south Korean warmongers Pyongyang once sold to stop importing weapons sin conducting joint military drills with the US more from this morning's Mike Gavin yesterday's test fire of two short range ballistic missiles was the first test since Kim Jong hoon met with president trump last month and agreed to revive denuclearization talks the launch is raise doubts about those negotiations the last of which occurred between the two men in February at a summit in Vietnam an official at Seoul's defense ministry said the missiles were believed to be a new type of short range ballistic missile Reuters says they both flew some three hundred seventy three miles further than similar previous missile tests cordon thank you Mike Pyongyang has shown increasing frustration that South Korea has not followed through on promised economic cooperation or peace agreements all while importing the latest F. thirty five stealth fighters and conducting military drills with the United States it's eleven minutes now after the hour on this.

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"couple months" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"couple months" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Longer than normal so at least a twenty minute ride in some areas there are forty three south ninety four north bound from late into the market that looks good that's going to take you seven minutes on time am J. five day forecast this morning warming up humid out there temperatures start to climb through the eighties and lots of sunshine will bring our temperatures up to around ninety degrees this afternoon any factor in the humidity of feel like the middle and upper nineties there's a small chance of a thunderstorm late this afternoon and this evening for tonight that chance of thunderstorms comes to an end becoming less humid a low temperature sixty four degrees Thursday mostly sunny beautiful seventy six Friday mostly sunny eighty two Saturday partly cloudy warm humid slight chance of storms eighty four they said eighty eight inland more the same on Sunday warm humid slight chance of storms eighty three near the lake eighty seven one I'm meteorologist Ryan is Nancy the sorting forecast into the T. M. J. right on Madison eighty four degrees Green Bay eighty six Waukesha ease at eighty five in Milwaukee eighty nine I'm Erik bills that newsradio WTMJ guest issue biggest stories the biggest forum for talking about what matters they just stick in the state now live from the fed ex wealth management studios at Radio City this is the Steve's give really show good morning Wisconsin eleven oh eight this Wednesday we just hit ninety degrees cracked the ninety mark which I love because we've been waiting for this weather I don't hear any complaining about how hot you are all sticky it is this is the Mormons that we crave we wait for when it's minus twenty four which actually was this winter in Wisconsin I can never going in my whatever vehicle had from us miser Ford at that time and freezing my **** off this is the weather we've been waiting for so stop the complaining we only got a couple months of this drink a cold drink but your AC on chill go to the beach water Bradford beach got a water park the other day in I'm gonna do I'm gonna do a segment on water parks I just I'm fascinated by the people just.

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"couple months" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"couple months" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"So stop the complaining we only got a couple months of this drink a cold drink but your AC on chill go to the beach water Bradford beach got a water park the other day in I'm gonna do I'm gonna do a segment on water parks I just I'm fascinated by the people just the adults love them I love water parks there germ factories the clippers chlorine in the water ski I just water is the areas around them away water shoes if it bothers you I don't go to war virgin factors I know there's a lot of folks to like him so I'm not going to jump all right lots to do an eleven o'clock hours we gets up and running to the lunch hour before we head out to Jeff Wagner all right so I Florida principal and if you know me and you listen to the show for awhile you know I have I don't have much patience for people that are denying science or so far laughter I don't mean this in a political sense just left of logic that it defies logic and I I can't understand these people I take you to Boca Raton Florida Florida high school principal is being reassigned for telling a student's mother that not this is his quotes not everyone believes that the Holocaust half the money put a little piece final gonna get back to that William lights and will not be returning as principal of Spanish river high school in Boca Raton come next school year he's been reassigned after comments he made last year in an email with the parents about the Holocaust sparked a fire storm and serve the people Holocaust answer myself for being Jewish mad the Palm Beach county school district saying out of an abundance of concern and.

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"couple months" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"couple months" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Couple months of the year a little bit of cloudiness in the morning that's not complain of all I don't hear about this June gloom anymore people so we have folks live in our neighbor to come in for the just the summer people basically their houses around the house of the people and people freak out over at my favorite thing is the rare mornings then it needs to be more frequent as you can see is you look at me guys that I get up at six forty five and run like it'll be a little chilly right it'll be sixty two degrees outside so I'll be in shorts and a shirt and I'll be a little chilly maybe for another twenty seconds on running and there are people in part because there are people who are dressed like they are in Antarctica his ski clothes always and I just and then like on the right on the on the what do I run down I run back the sun's coming up the sun's out it's hot and people are still just it's amazing how people's perspectives on the weather here is war by living yes call but being spoiled completely rock I hope we are hunters and number five I know last one is just a general food plan which is funny that we had all this food discussion on the show because I haven't gone out of my way to eat anything special since I got here and I've had a good meal every single time it's just crazy thing it's not just LA it's the entire west coast bay area up to Portland up to Seattle the food culture on the west coast is absolutely so good and so consistent and reliable it's amazing I don't know why and if you disagree with me on this bill but I don't really know why it's not like that in New York City it's not that there is a great food in New York City but you really have to seek it out more than you do here there's more food places it seems like and definitely more solid I'm not going.

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"couple months" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:49 min | 3 years ago

"couple months" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Couple months ago and in the photo, it's really weird. But there's orbs all around Brittany. And they're like giant. Well, yeah, it's it's really it's really really interesting. And it you know, that was an she just so happened to put that photo and a car that I gave Britney I wanna see on mother's day not this last mother's day. But the year before that I signed from Boone. Wow. Up Renton it and she had it and she accidentally put that photo card, and it was just very very very interesting at that last night at my grandmother's house and all of a sudden her dining room light started to liquor quit ten minutes. Go loon. Yeah. Out of nowhere in which the light off turn it back on it. We're just fine. So it wasn't lightbulb. Yeah. And you know, it's like we've we've asked penny. You know, like that's a small Brown dog their best friends. She's very sad. Yes. She's very sad. She's very different now. But the one thing that's interesting is we asked her all the time. Hey, g c Boone and she'll literally get up and walk over to an area, and like Shiels, you know, look up as if he's looking up at a person. Yeah. It seven or eight. He tells always the same auditor outside or inside. I doesn't matter. Just always full. Yeah. And then, you know, and she'll wag her tail and be happy and just stare as if she's looking directly like as if she sees energy. Yeah. That's where any of the skeptic's has put it that way last night when the lights liquor. She went into the dining room staring into that room up at the same. The. You know? And then the other thing is, you know, every time I'm out driving. It's like as if he programmed radio station to talk me is every single song comes on as literally something like a by love you. And I want this. And you know, like, you're always going to be there for you. And yet, you know, like long gist of those lines. I get every time. I get my car. Mike always sends Hello from the other side by nil. Yeah. That's so funny. I always get or now two times I've had star way to heaven. And then I'll be watching you. The. Oh my God. Really? Absolutely. But I think what we've been doing. L started eighty were in the works. Yes. And not on starting to begin blog. Good ending. It's just a starting point a stepping stone to something else. But are we would love to do your barn are arrest? You farm. Okay. Folks as anybody out there, you might wanna talk to them and see if you wanna get together to help do a rescue on you got folks with a heavenly being guiding them awfully thank you. Now, you doing this vacant blog, you what's the name it or are you going to name it later or eight minutes. Yeah. We named it right now. We're just going to finish up Albans way. Yes. Okay. So be looking on the internet folks, Bruhns way vegan is this going to be for people and pets or yes, it's gonna be it's gonna be people cuts lifestyle. You know, fun and friendly vegan blots out there. Kind of you know, very like strict and judgmental something. Yeah. That's why. I don't. That's why I don't do it completely. It's like, yeah. Might be toes Boone's way. And it's about the okay. Boone's way dot com. Yes. Yet. But we've been working on it. And I just I feel like we have have such a gift and need to unwind down. I don't it just been funny. It's like both both Brittany. And I have been a lot more open to all the signs, and you know, and. Yeah, going now now we're going to church, you know, like, but, you know, more so than anything, you know, I've been a lot more I guess more calm in my daily activities. You know, like more. Lightheaded or cool-headed? I guess you could say, you know, Britney angry driving not as Ingrid driving love our patients. But you know, I've been more in touch with trying to being able to Munich eight with food and with that comes. It's very reciprocated. I'm getting a lot of of communication back from him, which has been great. Yeah. And you know, it's nice. It's funny to the thing is I feel like boom communicates with me a lot to then really the message back brainy because Bruni, you know, still it's still very raw for her. So are it's hard to be open to things like that. When you're you can be open to it. But it doesn't mean you're you can receive it because your energy base when Mike died, I was so rawal, my energy base wasn't receptive. 'cause it was still responding to the loss of his earth suit. Yes. So it's not that she's not receptive to it is just her earth vibrate. Can't hold a higher vibration because it still in the grieving stages is so strong, and so raw, and that's what makes it her less. Receptive doesn't make her less able to do it. It just means at this stage. For energy doesn't mesh as well with a higher frequency because of the pain. She still humanly feeling which is right and natural the Brandon's very, I guess spiritual already. But here he has since you know, he's had that the I've I know I've always like been very, I guess like intuitive. I guess you could say brought it to the forefront moons. Brought it to the forefront. I just ignored it for a long time. And. Yeah. Now now, it's back and yes. And the thing that's most interesting is, you know, it's like, I know that Brittany right now, you know, she's still going through a law in San with me. But I know that we're logical a lot of things. And I know that knows that too. So I think about your training you were brought up in the middle of the being bombed in the Warfield to not flinch you need to stay focused in during the middle of the worst. And Joe it allowed us your training to. Yeah. Now for sure, you know, so it's it's just been really nice. You know, so it's like every little sign every little thing. You know? It's like, I don't wanna try to interpret it. I don't want to try to question it, you know, instead of asking why all the time, it's more. So like, how can I do what you're you know, with the sun? So that that's what's been the most interesting thing is turning the wise into the how do you want me to do this now, whereas guide slip show me the way Tiebile, and it's been interesting. It really has because they Britain. I've been making a lot of choices that we usually sit for days and contemplate on. And now it's more of just like oil. It's just go do this. Every day. Just not that way. Sense. I we don't do that very, I guess, I guess the fires bin Laden on our rear Seda together. Doing our our bones way. Just go just go and do it and get it done with half face that. It'll if you're supposed to do it it'll go, and if it's not the he'll stop you. And you know with interesting that it's opens fairly easy things have just been coming to us. Yeah. And which is odd because that's call in the flow. Yeah. It's been easy. When wanna do it's there can do it? I don't know how to explain it. But it's just been feels meant to be as right now, you're allowing it and you're listening, and you're not worried about how it's going to turn out mccosh if it's not supposed to turn out, you know, that you will be turned around. And if it is supposed to turn out, you know, you'll be pushed from behind. Absolutely. Yeah. Just it's been really a it's definitely life changing experience. That's for sure. You know, it's like we we as humans were very selfish because we want, you know, again, you know, that oh we want his earth suit. We want him here, you know, in front of us. So we can feel in touch and play with and Bernie can hug onto. But at the same time him not being here. I feel like he's able to do more. You know that him being here physically. That's the thing that I'm always trying to get across Brittany. You know, like he's able to do more for us than anything. So you know, it's like him being able to be here during a harvest time. And then to transition to be with us now in our most what's supposed to be our most Trump and times like channel. And move forward and achieve these goals and to do better things in life. It's like he's I know to my core that he's he's able to do more for their. He was only two years. Yeah. He's only two years. Nine months old. You know? Well, when heavenly being comes down, they don't need long to change your life and affect the rest of your life. And when they're present comes in. They just come in check in let you know. Hey, I'm here for you. I'm going to be here for you for the rest of your lives. Now, I've done what I'm supposed to. Okay. I'm out of here. And now let's get on with what you came to do on earth to do. Yeah. It's looking into those eyes. There's waiting explain it. Let's you've actually experienced it. That's true. Being I think people are just gonna say he loved your. Because I'm sitting here looking into a picture of Mike size. And I still get that same forever feeling. Yeah. Exactly. It just it permeates every particle of your being so weird. It's there is such a pure nece. And there is such a pure, and such a, you know, like, I guess innocence too. But the leader. Yeah, you know, when you look in their eyes, you see it's not I want a milk bone is. So if you were going to sell up everything about having had a heavenly being would you was it worth the entire events the good the bad and the ugly? And do you think it will forever change you? And what would you say to anybody out there doubting? It's real but to answer loss question is definitely real. I mean coming from a person who was very, I guess, you could say NAS tick and way, a realized with Boone and how clear as day these signs are it's not necessarily like a looking for them. They just showed up and then. Yeah, question it that another one would show up, you know. So it's like it made me realize that I was kinda living my life backwards in a way. Hugh's, and it completely changed my views to this whole thing room. Just like, okay. I'm clearly looking at things wrong Buna showed me right way. And it's I guess the best way to describe it as you know. It's like you look thinks question. Them. He questioned the why instead of just being free flowing and going with it like most people faith are they gonna go things livid wonderful nice enrich lives. You know? It's like that's one of the things that were missing. And so he showed us that in a it clear as day. And so I mean, if if that doesn't make you wake up. Yeah. Way inspire. You exactly then you're just blind. You know? And I I think it's feeling happiness that I don't. Healing leash fairly clearly. In not realizing it's where he was gone. You know, how much I mean, I knew what I had. No. I mean, I guess they didn't know fully to set of the hat, and you know, it's like if.

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"couple months" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"couple months" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

"I dunno like few months in realized I was burned out and wasn't that into learning. And it was poly. I think just because I had worked really hard in high school in. So I applied for a role with quotas was on a whim not really thinking anything of it. Because I'd heard the stories about how hot it was to get those jobs semi people wanted the little on international. And you know, I think couple months later, you know, they kind of took the list of applicants from ten thousand dance. I think they had about the thousand in the end one hundred people in the end and in. Yeah. So then I moved back to Sydney. Worked for Qantas terrifically is. And you know, it's funny because a lot of people ask me about that. And they think that's kind of what got me into marketing. The reality was I was already studying marketing before they always knew I love marketing and advertising, but I was kind of town. So I was also they're still really fascinated him business in growth and companies in marketing. And so what I loved about the flight attendant job. Obviously, it was great to the travel to save money when I was still really young. But I I love the fact that I could connect with really successful in interesting people typically a business class I class when I was working there. And you know, it wasn't connect. I wasn't connecting with them thinking anything all. But I was just that. You know, I think it was nineteen or twenty was this really kind of naive kid that just was obsessed with this idea of business in lining from people that were successful. And I really admire people that have done a lot with their careers. And so would just ask them questions. And I think they may be saw this, you know, young chat. That was interested in in them in asking lots of may be interesting questions in so yeah, it used to have really great conversations with people. And.

Qantas Sydney
"couple months" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"couple months" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

"I dunno like few months in realized I was burned out and wasn't that into learning. And it was poly. I think just because I had worked really hard in high school in. So I applied for a role with quotas was on a whim not really thinking anything of it. Because I'd heard the stories about how hot it was to get those jobs semi people wanted the little on international. And you know, I think couple months later, you know, they kind of took the list of applicants from ten thousand dance. I think they had about the thousand in the end one hundred people in the end and in. Yeah. So then I moved back to Sydney. Worked for Qantas terrifically is. And you know, it's funny because a lot of people ask me about that. And they think that's kind of what got me into marketing. The reality was I was already studying marketing before they always knew I love marketing and advertising, but I was kind of town. So I was also they're still really fascinated him business in growth and companies in marketing. And so what I loved about the flight attendant job. Obviously, it was great to the travel to save money when I was still really young. But I I love the fact that I could connect with really successful in interesting people typically a business class I class when I was working there. And you know, it wasn't connect. I wasn't connecting with them thinking anything all. But I was just that. You know, I think it was nineteen or twenty was this really kind of naive kid that just was obsessed with this idea of business in lining from people that were successful. And I really admire people that have done a lot with their careers. And so would just ask them questions. And I think they may be saw this, you know, young chat. That was interested in in them in asking lots of may be interesting questions in so yeah, it used to have really great conversations with people. And.

Qantas Sydney
"couple months" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"couple months" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

"I dunno like few months in realized I was burned out and wasn't that into learning. And it was poly. I think just because I had worked really hard in high school in. So I applied for a role with quotas was on a whim not really thinking anything of it. Because I'd heard the stories about how hot it was to get those jobs semi people wanted the little on international. And you know, I think couple months later, you know, they kind of took the list of applicants from ten thousand dance. I think they had about the thousand in the end one hundred people in the end and in. Yeah. So then I moved back to Sydney. Worked for Qantas terrifically is. And you know, it's funny because a lot of people ask me about that. And they think that's kind of what got me into marketing. The reality was I was already studying marketing before they always knew I love marketing and advertising, but I was kind of town. So I was also they're still really fascinated him business in growth and companies in marketing. And so what I loved about the flight attendant job. Obviously, it was great to the travel to save money when I was still really young. But I I love the fact that I could connect with really successful in interesting people typically a business class I class when I was working there. And you know, it wasn't connect. I wasn't connecting with them thinking anything all. But I was just that. You know, I think it was nineteen or twenty was this really kind of naive kid that just was obsessed with this idea of business in lining from people that were successful. And I really admire people that have done a lot with their careers. And so would just ask them questions. And I think they may be saw this, you know, young chat. That was interested in in them in asking lots of may be interesting questions in so yeah, it used to have really great conversations with people. And.

Qantas Sydney