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"couple picnics" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:04 min | 11 months ago

"couple picnics" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Your brother, right? What's that? What's that running? Somebody couldn't hear you over the artillery. Your brothers up in Sacramento, right? Yeah. He's in the tone, My brother, by the way, as a judge and a pyromaniac, and he always has been a pyromania. Great combo. Yeah, absolutely Here, set stuff on fire and get himself off. I aspired to that type of greatness. So you did that the traditional route. Tommy, just because Tom, he's just chill and relax. It's like I'm not going outside to watch fireworks that are going to be encumbered by fog. I'm watching on television. What did I do? I don't really care about fireworks. So I just watch videos of fireworks mishap so YouTube nine. Oh, like that one inaccurate or they had a U haul for the fireworks. Somebody threw a lit cigarette into it. And that thing went off at a residential neighborhood for 10 to 15 minutes. Oh, my gosh. Damn I told you about my brother's neighbor sadly burned down a big portion of his house a few years ago. They have not partaken by the way in the tradition the last few years, don't you think? Yeah. Affected yard love their house and they're like, Say hi, but they don't They look down and they're burning down. The crib will make the Fourth of July. Not special time for you to change your change Your your old A feeling about the holiday. I'm I'm gonna I'm gonna I'm gonna guess they're not big talking Heads. Fans are there, you know, I mean, if Santa Claus walked into your house and punched you out You wouldn't be excited about Christmas. So I will assume burned it down the crib because before the July fireworks mishap, does it make Independence Day? That much fun for those burning? I can only imagine I can only imagine, by the way what it does for dogs because when we got home Mean pennies always, you know, you know, mrs us when we're gone for a number of hours, But we had my teenagers were still lurking around doing stuff in the East Bay with their friends. So they were home. So she wasn't alone that much of the day. But, man, we walked through that door. Who say she just could not. She could not. She cannot love us up enough. She could not lick us enough. She can not, You know, it was like, unbelievable. It's like we've been gone for a decade or she had been through hell and back so I can only imagine what the fireworks due to like a golden retriever. Any animal because there Their hearing is what super sensitive So they or is it the reverberation? Because I mean, it was It was like he was traumatized. Yeah, they're not pumped. We didn't get it in here. But we didn't have any. Sounds here. Like none of the animals vary. Animals. Didn't even there are finding didn't even hear. Yeah. Normally Fourth of July, all put the cats in the closet. And turn out a fan outside the closet is to kind of keep the noise down. Yeah, they don't. They don't. Good then then they're good. Uh, but You know, little gets a little crazy. Uh, we had a big ass fireworks show on the water here. Five years ago, which scarred Maybelle for about three weeks. He was just like candy little sound. She was like, just everybody was like good grief, so, but that was like the only time they really had like a Big one. It was like we got a little park right now by the water. It's a few 100 yards away called Shoreline. Really this Garrett grass and a couple Couple picnic tables, and I always find it funny, too, because like when the weather's gets kind of nice if it's really nice, a really good place to go because the winds down, But I find it funny because people like that would be a cool place to go, which is like, you know, do wedding. There have a big, you know, party there, whatever. And they get out there. You know, it's a nice day. It's like 72 73, but it's still not hot enough to kill the window now will be there, so they Get out there play, Meg. They're trying to put their dancing like Ralph putting up a tent. You know, they're trying to put up there. Yeah, trying to put the tablecloth on the table and trying to, you know, just everything just blowing all over the place. I'm like he got should have checked out the wind report not the weather report was the weather like Oh, 72. We are good to go, then you get here. About 89 10 in the morning. You're like I were.

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"couple picnics" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"couple picnics" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

"Event. That happens while you're dealing. Yeah so i'm dealing for a little bit doing my thing. And i was definitely like i got hooked on on coke like i wanted to stop. Couldn't stop and i had a lot of it and you know i was just going down a really bad cath to this day. I still have trouble believing that. I'm like that actually made it out alive. Honestly i've been there a lot of crazy stuff and i would. What happened was one day. I was coming back from doing a deal Driving down princess. Anne road and pogo. It goes from like thirty five miles an hour to twenty five miles an hour. I keep going thirty. five Are have a warrant out for my arrest so the cops saw me and my license play comes asked me right away. I had a quarter of a kilo in the trucks and came out with guns pulled out. Because like i said you know at this point of already done more than fifteen months. I've been in and out yet. They know i'm. I'm not some random guy to speed down the road. Silly come out with their guns on dragged me out of the car they find the drugs and put me in the back of a cop car. And i was actually. I mean i was scared. But i was actually relieved as well because i knew this was. This was my way out like this was the beginning of a new journey for me. I had no idea what in the hell that journey looked like. But i knew i was done. I didn't want to die from drugs. Just one random night or get shot by somebody for a deal gone wrong. I didn't want to go out like that. So nicole on. There's there's some precipitating events to this right. There had to be some dialogue in your mind because all of a sudden you know all of a sudden you get popped right. So i'm sure that that that that click wasn't right there in that moment. What were the what were the precipitating events that lead to you right because you don't you don't know you're gonna get popped right right. What were the you know one or two things that made you say. I wanna get out of this idea. The addiction getting pretty bad like not being able to stop telling myself. I wanna stop like multiple times during the day and then it not happening. I didn't like. I've always naturally like hated anything having a control over me So that that really really bothered me. and then. I just started to become the the little bit of ideals that i did have in in the things that i when i did express myself. I really started compromising on those. Yeah so i was losing myself even more Than i already had back. When i mentioned being that young kid Yes so. I was really just like kinda empty inside. And honestly and we know the you know the impacts of drugs on both our psyche physiological aspects and it can take a tremendous holes. Nick many people don't make it out right. The addiction is the is the killer you know. it is that thing that is going to take the the thing that is going to take us out because we can't addiction a strong And we think about the you know. I won't go into the evolutionary nature of addiction addiction can be strong and we think about where we are in our society and scrolling. Even though we don't think that it's unhealthy strolling has become the new addiction or social media has become the new addiction but i mean drugs. Change the dynamics of your body and for for many people they can't get out and you're saying in your mind because revolution remember. There's a theme to this and bishen right ambition and in his mind. It sounds like nicholson. You know what i got. I've got to figure out what this is and it's interesting. How the universe conspires. You know you don't think in the moment doesn't sound like you thought in the moment right that i'm going to get popped in. This is going to change my life. But in that in that car you have those moments and i remember what my my precipitating event was when i started to change my own life but knicks interesting. You're sitting in a car and tell us this because life life changes at least for a second right what happens. So i'm i'm in that cop car and i know i'm like man i'm on my i'm done nine like i've i've been given so many chances. I've got terrible rap sheet. You know i'm just i'm done. I'm like oh. My god like what's what's going to happen but there is always a glimmer of hope in me so you know in that way to this day even more so now because of what i've been through able to accomplish but there is always a glimmer of hope so i just kind of extent i just kind of gave it just kind of gave in what was happening. I knew what to expect the mardi been through. You get handcuffed. Good they're gonna go. Try to give bond. They're gonna tell me no you're not going to get bond 'cause i never got bond and then they're gonna put me in there overnight figure out where they're gonna put me and this was back in the day so as they do a little bit differently now from what. I've her like back then. The i'm in there for possession with intent to manufacture and so they put me in with like they call it the gladiator block in there with people who are on their for murder on the old side of the jail like shooting people all types of crazy stuff in a small like twelve sell brick and rectangle with one shot one shower and a couple picnic tables in a small tv and it was rough man. I mean there is a lot of gang stuff going on people. getting jumped. People getting beat up stealing food out of their their sells lots of crazy stuff going on man and just really started to embrace this idea of you're making chain so i gravitated towards christianity towards the bible. You know my hey give me give me a bible. I need some hope for something. I need leads you. Yeah so. I had dived in into that stuff connected with a couple people in the block and you know we would read scripture together and and Work out together and and just try to stay away from the non said drama. The drama the drama. It's it sounds like in the in the shifts you know. You're.

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"couple picnics" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"couple picnics" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

"Event. That happens while you're dealing. Yeah so i'm dealing for a little bit doing my thing. And i was definitely like i got hooked on on coke like i wanted to stop. Couldn't stop and i had a lot of it and you know i was just going down a really bad caf To this day. I still have trouble believing that. I'm like that actually made it out alive. Honestly i've been there a lot of crazy stuff and i would. What happened was one day. I was coming back from doing a deal Driving down princess. Anne road and pogo. It goes from like thirty five miles an hour to twenty five miles an hour. I keep going thirty. five Are have a warrant out for my arrest so the cops saw me and my license play comes ash me right away. I had a quarter of a kilo in the trucks and came out with guns pulled out. Because like i said you know at this point of already done more than fifteen months. I've been in and out yet. They know i'm. I'm not some random guy to speed down the road. Silly come out with their guns on dragged me out of the car they find the drugs and put me in the back of a cop car. And i was actually. I mean i was scared. But i was actually relieved as well because i knew this was. This was my way out like this was the beginning of a new journey for me. I had no idea what in the hell that journey looked like. But i knew i was done. I didn't want to die from drugs. Just one random night or get shot by somebody for a deal gone wrong. I didn't want to go out like that. So nicole on. There's there's some precipitating events to this right. There had to be some dialogue in your mind because all of a sudden you know all of a sudden you get popped right. So i'm sure that that that that click wasn't right there in that moment. What were the what were the precipitating events that lead to you right because you don't you don't know you're gonna get popped right right. What were the you know one or two things that made you say. I wanna get out of this idea. The addiction getting pretty bad like not being able to stop telling myself. I wanna stop like multiple times during the day and then it not happening. I didn't like. I've always naturally like hated anything having a control over me So that that really really bothered me. and then. I just started to become the the little bit of ideals that i did have in in the things that i when i did express myself i really started compromising on those know so i was losing myself even more Than i already had back. When i mentioned being that young kid So i was really just like kinda empty inside and honestly and we know the you know the impacts of drugs on both our psyche physiological aspects and it can take a tremendous holes. Nick many people don't make it out right. The addiction is the is the killer you know. it is that thing that is going to take the the thing that is going to take us out because we can't addiction a strong And we think about the you know. I won't go into the evolutionary nature of addiction addiction can be strong and we think about where we are in our society and scrolling. Has you know even though we don't think that it's unhealthy. Strolling has become the new addiction or social media has become the new addiction. But i mean drugs. Change the dynamics of your body and for for many people they can't get out and you're saying in your mind because revolution remember. There's a theme to this and bishen right ambition and in his mind. It sounds like nicholson. You know what i got. I've got to figure out what this is and it's interesting. How the universe conspires. You know you don't think in the moment doesn't sound like you thought in the moment right that i'm going to get popped in. This is going to change my life. But in that in that car you have those moments and i remember what my my precipitating event was when i started to change my own life but knicks interesting. You're sitting in a car and tell us this because life life changes at least for a second right what happens. So i'm i'm in that cop car and i know i'm like man i'm on my i'm done nine. I've been given so many chances. I've got terrible rap sheet. You know. I'm just i'm done. I'm like oh. My god like what's what's going to happen but there is always a glimmer of hope in me so you know in that way to this day even more so now because of what i've been through able to accomplish but there is always a glimmer of hope so i just kind of extent i just kind of gave it just kind of gave in what was happening. I knew what to expect the mardi been through before you get handcuffed. Good they're gonna go. Try to give bond. They're gonna tell me no you're not going to get bond 'cause i never got bond and then they're gonna put me in there overnight figure out where they're gonna put me and this was back in the day so as they do a little bit differently now from what i've heard like back then the i'm in there for possession with intent to manufacture and so they put me in with like they call it the gladiator block in there with people who are on their for murder on the old side of the jail like shooting people all types of crazy stuff in a small like twelve sell brick and rectangle with one shot one shower and a couple picnic tables in a small tv and it was rough man. I mean there is a lot of gang stuff going on people. getting jumped. People getting beat up stealing food out of their their sells lots of crazy stuff going on man and just really started to embrace this idea of you're making chain so i gravitated towards christianity towards the bible. You know my hey give me give me a bible. I need some hope for something. I need leads you. Yeah so. I had dived in into that stuff connected with a couple people in the block and you know we would read scripture together and and Work out together and and just try to stay away from the non said drama. The drama the drama. It's it sounds like in the in the shifts you know. You're.

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"couple picnics" Discussed on CincyBrewcast

CincyBrewcast

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"couple picnics" Discussed on CincyBrewcast

"You don't need to make them anymore. But you know it's this this constant this constant quest to see. Maybe if if you can change something or do something different or you know create something. That is different i guess. Oh man did that. Last week to where i didn't meet the thing and now i have to go in. And edit all those little things out when they What about for for breweries. Like when you walk into a taproom. What makes taproom special verses of. I mean obviously aside from your own what you guys have done here but I imagine at this point. You've you've been to a lot of different tap room's and there's places that you like and places that you didn't like what makes a taproom itself the space special I think sometimes. I think at sometimes i mean i. Sometimes it's not even the space might be the food for instance or I would say it's the space honestly it's probably the people as probably a your he atmosphere of not only who's Drinking they're like the crowd this there but also the people working there You know are they the kind of people who are willing to give you the experience you're looking for which to me. You know that can change daily depending on what i'm doing But being able to talk to folks and appreciate what they're What they see is their kind of vision for their space You know. I feel like if i can't really get that information i will be. You may say less likely to come back. But more. So i won't have the same level of appreciation because i i wanna know the story. I want to know something more than just you know meal coming in and ordering an ip a it and saying that was good and then leaving. i'm trying to think of. I can think of the funk. Katori him in asheville had that experience. People you know kind of initial greeting customer service and then gesture king in austin for me just a truly different experience. The space jessica. The space was a lot to do with it. But like the fact that you waited in line for almost everybody get a beer and you still really really really enjoyed the experience that that that says something about it. The way. I think about like you know ashville. You can go to sierra nevada down there. I can't picture like a situation there where it had any kind of incredible experience with the people or anything like that but you know the space itself is just so cool and it's just like this really great you know Place to go sit and hang out with your friends and drink some beer and you know there's something about that that resonates to with me and i can't i. I don't know. I don't know i you know. There's there's some places that i walk into like this is just you know whatever somebody just threw couple picnic tables in a room and and call it a brewery and then there's other places where the walk in and i said a couple picnic tables.

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"couple picnics" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"couple picnics" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Like nonmotorized camping, but but we care more about large canyon. So it's ah Have to stay on the trails offered vehicle area and there's a few camping sites. I think there's like seven or eight camping spots and Some of those spots they feel like they want to close and what what's the criteria for closing? Well, there's a few things they look at. They look at biological resource is like plants and animals. They look at archaeological Stuff like older or more recent human stuff, And then there's what's called Hydrology like They look at the soil in the water, and sometimes there's problems of erosion, so they don't want to say what the problem is. But they say this there's problems they're so they'd like to close some of the camping areas in it. To make up for that They want to put camping areas in another area. That's won't really bother anything. So they have what's called the day Use area, a flat area that people park for the day and they want to add some camping there. And they need to go through what's called the Nipper process. That's the National Environmental Policy Act. That's like a cookbook for how you do things on public land, federal public land, so they want to bring in water They want to put in some fire rings. They want to make him pull through camping spots, so they want to make a bunch of improvements and they're putting it out for comment. They want to see What the public thinks so, And this is the draft stage where they have a couple of alternatives that they come up with. And they want to see what the public thinks. Um, last year they had what they call scoping. They say Okay, we're thinking about doing this. Give us comments. And I supplied comments, saying We would like to make a four wheel drive challenge round out there because it's only a motorcycle area, and there's a lot of people that like to drive over difficult terrain with four wheel drives and In the draft came out that wasn't in there, and I talked to the guy from the Bureau of Land Management the other day, and he said you listening. I put it in words right there. And he said, Well, And he's this guy's not against us. He just said that that would that would make us have to do what's called a Plan amendment, which is a much bigger Legal administrative tasks than what they're doing, and it would cost more money and it would just be harder so they couldn't do it. He would like to do it, but it's just too difficult down the road. You know, maybe down the road. What needs to take place is another nipper action that that's bigger. That's why shake down the road. So down the road like when they do a management plan update for the area that could get out of it, right. But the key is you don't give up. You said All I got is I gotta start beating that drum and every time Okay? What about a challenge area? What about this? And that and I I ride out in this place. I like to ride dirt bikes, and I love the train out there. It's really and I talked to other people and and I went around last time I was there, and I said he would you think if they were to make upgrade over here? You know, most of the people said No, I wouldn't go for that. I like it the way it is. Okay, That's interesting. And I've also talked to people in Arcadia Wells, who feel very similar. I don't know if you've ever heard the term Disney Wells. That that people get upset that there's kiosks. There's road signs their shade. Ramada is there's picnic tables. I'd rather have all kind of stuff. We want just natural open place with no human interaction, and we want to drive our vehicles in a national place. We don't want to be guided, and we don't want all this stuff. Just make a fire on the ground will pee behind a bush, right? Can I say that already? Well, you will be off air here in about a minute. I'm sorry. Okay? No, but you know what, you're so there's like two schools of thought. Some people want to have more services, and some people want to just go out and have a very comes with more services. More people more people and find a guy or girl that likes to go the desert and be alone. The last thing I'm gonna agree this is not the place. I know. But this is what this is in their head. This is why they don't want like if you said you were gonna put cell towers out there for safety. We'll for safety, You know, you get accident. You get hurt, you know. I get their side of it, But that's not thinking big picture that's being selfish. You gotta share with with your grand kids, your grandkids grandkids, because what we do today is going to affect generations down the road. Yeah, That's a great point. So so do we Let and I'm going to talk to people and I'm going to get like an official organizational comment in on DSI. What what our friends say ous far as my personal opinion, I kind of like it more the way it is. Oh, yeah, that's and I get it because you enjoy that that raw nature, you know, I could see like in exchange for closing a couple of camping spots the day use areas a big flat area. And they could just put a couple of firings in a couple picnic tables next to him and cut it off at that, but they wanted like, improve a road. You know, they want to do a lot of stuff. They want to actually make sites where you can have a trailer in there Right now. It's not. It's not for mental for you to take a hauler basically and have five dirt bikes in the back of your toy hauler for a boy to get a big rig into the camping spots. Now you can get a big rig into the day Use area can they don't want you to spend night there, you know, At least they're opening it up. So if you are listening, and you have any concerns whatsoever about this area is just gonna be another zoom, meeting the general public and get involved. Intervene. They have a place. There is no meeting. If you goto SDRC website, we put up a link and you can open the link and you can read the environmental assessment. It's 88 pages and I'm actually reading the whole thing right? And then it says on there, it says, Send your comments to Alexia. From the BLM office. You can you can Send him on paper. You can e mail you can fax. They still do faxes? Does anyone fax here anymore? I work in a construction off. Oh, yeah. So you work with a bunch of you still haven't told me anything to change it to change the fact that it's all in one multi functional printer. Just scans really quickly and then says Who is the youngest person here? Okay, operator. Yeah. So you can submit comments and I, you may think. Well, I barely know what What's going on? I don't want to read 88 pages. But if you heard me talk today, and you think I would love to see a nice camping area or I would hate to see that. Just put that in words and send it over. That's a big deal, because if they get 100 people say we love it, and three people say they hate it when that gives them directions. That's right, or vice versa. Or vice versa. Which is what I would have required. I mean, are there any requirements to you? I mean that you have to have to be able to make a comment. Oh, no, I live in the area. That's a good question. No, they don't have any requirements and people come from far away. Well, sure, there's a there's a type of motorcycle competition called observed trials, and this is it's not a high speed. It's a test of skill, where you ride over things and try not to touch the ground. You get points for touching the ground, so they have trials events there. I used to do draws events there, and people come from all over California even in the world. Actually, Nevada and Arizona Europe too, because I'm pretty sure over the years we've had a couple of really big events there and and people have come from far away. But even the local what we call local event people would come from like Central California in the area. They'd all come down to a lot of trials competitions in the state. Yeah, no,.

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"couple picnics" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"couple picnics" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Diligent about wearing that facemask. Trying to avoid the Corona virus, helping others from getting the virus. Now we're being told that that mask might not be doing its job. A group of researchers at Duke University have come up with a way to analyze the effectiveness of different types of face masks. The person wearing a mask speaks into a hole in a black box. A laser is used to scatter the respiratory droplets when they talk and his cell phone cameras placed on the back of the box to record the light. A computer algorithm counts the droplets seen in the video. The best mask was the end. 95 followed by surgical in cotton masks, neck fleece is folded bandannas and knitted masks performed the worst lease. Matteo CBS News Around New England health officials in New Hampshire investigating a potential Corona virus outbreak linked to a Wyndham Church. The state Department of Health and Human Services says 16 people who tested positive for covert 19 have connections to the Wyndham Crossing Life Church in Maine masks and social distancing will be required when the state holds its first murder trial. Since the pandemic began. And in Vermont, a grant program will provide $5 million in Corona virus relief funds to eligible forest product businesses that have suffered economically. During this pandemic well as expected, a lot of folks descending on Sturgis, South Dakota for the annual motorcycle rally 100,000 so far. And the event being held. Despite concerns you could touch off a wave of infections of covert 19 in the area, and the rally features you name it. Drag races, concerts, restaurants, one particular restaurant offering. A small outdoor area as part of its Corona virus precautions. They just have like a couple picnic tables outside that we sanitize regularly.

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"couple picnics" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"couple picnics" Discussed on WTOP

"Today contact standout standout construction dot com. That's s a n d o w construction dot coms And that wasn't a hub zone. Spb Always B company. It's 7 35 and unexpected 100,000 people have descended on Sturgis, South Dakota for the annual 10 day motorcycle rally is still being held. Despite current concerns it could touch off a wave of cove in 19 infections. And one restaurant only a small outdoor areas available to customers as part of Corona virus precautions. They just have like a couple picnic tables outside that we sanitize regularly, but like that's about it the rest of the town. They're not really doing too well. I don't think just like taking safety precautions. Stuff. In my opinion. That rally brings millions of dollars in business to that city every year. Protesters were back on the streets in Portland, Oregon last night, and demonstrations are turning violence again. Even after federal agents withdrew more than a week ago, leaving it's a local police to quell the unrest. Hundreds demonstrated outside the Portland Police Association building live video showed multiple dumpster fires near that building. Video posted on Social media also appeared to show a fire inside the building. Portland Police Association is a labor union that represents members of law enforcement. The fourth Coben 19 test result for Ohio Governor Mike DeWine came back negative yesterday after he received conflicting positive and negative results two days before. Ahead of a scheduled meeting with the president. So far, the wine is tested negative three times since that positive test result came on Thursday he was given the test ahead of a meeting with the president who visited Ohio Thursday. The conflicting results may clear. One of the problems with testing here in the U. S is reliability. Coming up after traffic and weather with no end in sight. Concert venue say they're in trouble. 7 37 I like Abed, that's really firm. I need something a little softer than that Rest easy in the suite number 3 60 Smart bet you could both. Adjust your comfort with your sleep number said I can really help me fall asleep faster. Yes, by gently warming your feet, Okay, But can it help?.

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"couple picnics" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"couple picnics" Discussed on WSB-AM

"As the update school has now confirmed nine new cases of Coben, 19 6 students and three staff members. We have a copy of that letter, Principal Gabe Carmona sent a parent's It reads in part, we are continuing to adjust and improve our protocols. Were in person instruction to make our school the safest possible learning environment. A student suspended for a posting that crowded hall picture online has been reinstated. WSB news time to a one channel to meteorology is Brad Minutes calling for clear now and a sunny Sunday on the way if lie, this most accurate and defendable forecast just ahead. A new Corona virus Testing site opens tomorrow at Hartsfield Jackson. The Fulton County Health Board says the feds call it loud, Ah hot spot and asked the state and county Open a surge spot. It'll be open 12 days in the Sullivan Road Park ride lock Fulton County says it will be able to do up to 5000 tests up local news every 30 minutes. And when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it, who details this morning. What happened to a seven year old boy called the youngest Georgian to die from Corona virus. More on that from Dublin Cove ESPYs Jennifer Perry, the Chatham County coroner tells the Atlanta Journal Constitution that the Savannah boy had a fever from Cove in 19 which triggered a seizure while he was in a bathtub. Their preliminary investigation shows he drowned the G B eyes. Autopsy results are still pending. Boy died two weeks ago, but the state only learned of his death last Thursday. The Japanese city of Nagasaki has marked the 70 Fifth anniversary of the U. S. Atomic bombing in World War two. It was 11 02 AM Nagasaki time when the £10,000 plutonium bomb nicknamed Fat Man Killed. At least 70,000 people passed phase top national story. About 100,000 people are gathering in Sturgis, South Dakota, for the annual 10 day motorcycle rally, despite concerns it could touch off a wave of covert 19 infections. In that area. This restaurant worker says Corona virus worries mean only a small outdoor area is available. The customers have like a couple picnic tables outside that we sanitize regularly, but like that's about it the rest of the town. They're not really doing too well. I don't thing just like taking safety precautions. The rally brings millions of dollars in business.

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"couple picnics" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"couple picnics" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Will start a couple minutes president will take the Mike we'll go there live to watching the C. something that Becky Lynn said and this is what like the corona viruses robbing people of its opening day today Major League Baseball yeah you know I and and it's and when I say it's robbing people you know I remember being a senior in high school and obviously I had seen your right is from kindergarten all the way to senior year in high school right I mean I I didn't work at you know so what my buddies and I did was we went to New York and we went to Yankee Stadium and we ditched school to go to opening day and I still have the ticket is so off I still the ticket I remember who I was with I was with my friend Brian BelTA belly ache I was with my friend Ryan young I don't really talk to the two of them anymore but he just found out Ryan has the same tumor that McCain has I know I A. online I just found that out the other day and you know it brings all those memories back of wow yeah I went to the opening day all those years opening days cancel today and who knows the whole season could be but I remember that one day of teaching high school and going with my two buddies to New York finding tickets going and sitting in the bleachers yeah and it was a rainy day in a river everything about it I'm watching my favorite ball player don Mattingly it was awesome and like this year there's no kid in America are in Arizona that's going to do what I did yeah each school or did something and say Hey let's go to opening day or like a dad you know get not I know you know this dad's you to get on the phone they like they they call their son or their daughter and they say you know it was scored the game score the game today which is what I I'm gonna leave work whatever I'm doing Dale and I remember that and you're right to skip school for the day yeah I blessing yeah and that was a big thing my parents take your kids to the game and a lot of people did that we have people here that took the day off and took their kids to the game because it's baseball and we've been robbed of that because the coronavirus dad my dad played pro baseball she played for the cardinals I didn't know that yeah he did and so when his baseball card probably not he just had a couple coffee with them but he was the cardinals in the pirates and the angels organization for a long time so I remember him coming to get me at school like they're like Hey Chad you gotta go to the front office it was like ten in the morning my dad standing there like oh something must happen get the carcass Hey we're gonna go pick up your buddy Tim Spencer we're going to the Dodger game today it's opening day we went to the Dodger day many bottles full doctor uniforms and my dad coached him for years as a little league team went on to play in the professional baseball but it was one of those memories that you're like you're not having that memory today yeah and and it's being we're having that the you know basketball all of these things are gone I posted earlier on my on my Twitter you know I said how great would it be what would you take right now to just even see a spring training game with some fans and some people are yeah that what would you give for that think you know that the smell of it that the grass the opening date a hot dog hot dog you know some mustard on that pretzel and listening to the guys you know take batting practice and you know what I miss explained what fifteen dollar beer do you just wish you could have right now right tastes much better when it costs fifteen dollars you have one pair it does stink though man I mean it's like a warm beer and and several other things you would never eat in your life but here what what twelve pounds of peanuts opening day is such a cool day and you made a joke about yesterday you're right opening day rebel place is packed and then if your team stinks there's like five people in there like like going to opening day with your father yeah or taking the family to opening day or is is I did you get your school you go to opening day and you find a way to buy tickets and and all that stuff yeah I we're not getting out this year but you know what maybe on the good side maybe if you look into it because it's kind of sad on the good side it actually makes you remember that because I am thought about that opening day in a long time in New York City with and with the New York Yankees I just really thought about that now and that and maybe that we're we're we're we're we're thinking about it now because we missed off so much can you go to a movie or go to dinner right now right now I mean I was looking at like the movie industry what are they going to do the billions they're losing and they're they're not gonna be able to replenish and you know they're thinking about where they can offload some of these movies they spent hundreds of millions of dollars on that they're not going to recoup in and you know all those people out of work it is going to be another way to look at this so let's go back to what we're talking about a segment on us not on tour so that's a good one Monday the day that is the best Madonna was in the bath tub other days that the we're talking about the corona virus it's the great equalizer even though we're not getting those baseball moments and even though we're not taking our kids to the game and even though we're not ditching school for that for you know the ball game in the opening day I think a lot of you parents though are getting some real time with your kids I mean you know I was driving to work today and there's a park near my home and I saw a couple picnics going on and probably would have seen that a few weeks ago probably would have seen that a few weeks ago no no you probably would and you know it's like Jack's home and he's doing schooling is driving his mom crazy but you know I've yeah it's like you know he's coming out here next week and so my little brother so we're gonna have time that we wouldn't be having and we're gonna have more time and that's kind of a cool situation you know with him all right when we step aside we're waiting for a trump to take the podium in Washington DC we're gonna get you the latest the coronavirus task force in trump's got some big stuff today he's talking about the corona virus new guidelines he wants to address that potential changes to what social distancing rules so the pressure washing DC it's coming up any second so so be here we go to commercial we'll break right in give it to you on KTAR stick around.

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"couple picnics" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:33 min | 2 years ago

"couple picnics" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"We're you know we're working hard to make to preserve a place that people can get out to even during very difficult times yes I know you guys are and that's what I wanted to talk about I wanted to talk about you hear about so many things that are are closed and yes you know the facilities that means a a nature center a building bathroom you know where people can complain of congregating but the forest preserve district is really taking that jump here and telling the how many how many millions of poor taste Illinois several million that hate you're still open to enjoy the outdoors right yeah the outdoors it looks like it's the only game in town right now right we recognize that you know P. there's very limited things you can do but our trailer open our fishing lakes are open you know if you can get out there you can walk or run or ride your bike even on our trail system we've got over three hundred miles of trail and say that's out there and we you know we fully expect people to get out there and you know give him exercise and just taking a break from you know what is a very difficult time but if if you can do what you can do it safely you can get out there and you know have you state this thing you know social distancing both units close you get some fresh air and expensive to do it the other day yeah I was out there looking at you know look at yours and see how things are going and and a lot of people out there already so we would encourage you to be out there in the very first place and you know what you just said in a nutshell so many things are important you know somebody just because when you say yes the important thing is to be used to be at home and you know kind of away from people and try to because you don't catch what did this corona nineteen you know and but you keep going crazy and if we have that we're not on a full lockdown I think they want us to walk out with our dog to walk around the block taken by the force reserves are blocked away from my house yeah I can take a walk take a walk of the bike trail you know I can walk along you know and see you know you can take my bike out and go to and that's probably my doctor would like me to do but to get out there and do these things and and fishing wise you know that fishing is such a important thing to families and how can you put a little bit of meat on the table and all right now you can you can catch anything either I you know I think there's you the good thing about being outdoors and out make sure you can spread out a little bit that's exactly what we need to do is we need to spread out and give each other a little space and which you get from you that you get a break from from the tension of what's what's going on right now and so we encourage people to do that the same way you know that again at social distancing pieces going pardon that touching things about you shouldn't cut you know we do have to we have had to close our facilities are building their clothes in our conversation so make sure you give yourself you're aware that when you want to go out there that you won't have a a building to to to use the the restaurant then but you know you can do that before or after you get there bring your own water the the case usually but you'll have a drinking fountain but you will have the trails in the building faces willow lakes to get out there and just take a break I'm like a little bit from what's gone right and you know and another thing is you know some of our areas that have playgrounds well the CDC says I can't do that because what it would think of it the kids are touching at this but not if they're doing all those things like that and you know so we need to keep you know conscious of that but as you said oh my god it'll take a walk outside you don't walk on a trail and walk don't run well if you are a god right but and I wouldn't want the Triple and just to look what's around and you know it's amazing even stop and sit on the side of the trailer go up about ten feet from the trail and just sit quietly in the woods and you know what you're gonna start seeing all kinds of critters birds and you know owls fly by maybe a deer will walk past you you know probably a coyote to just yell at him or something like that but you know there's so many things in nature and then put the there's all the pants all the that you got the bit from big regulate by sea lake and you know all those like right you know they're open to get out enjoy and there's nothing better you know pack a little lunch go you don't don't sit next to somebody right you know what I think most people want to get out there that you know if you can maybe you know traveling with a family member or something like that but typically people out there just walking or running or right now you know the lakes are open year we've got seven major waterways that run through the forest you got this Plaines river north branch Chicago River Kalifat I think you know there's a lot of good places out there just to get out there and you know I get some fresh air and you know when you do need to get out of the house you know if you're not going grocery shopping again yes you can come on out you know and spend some time out and then of course the birds and you know if the pressure you know and it's amazing how good that sun and fresh air gonna feel when you've kept yourself kinda inside for a few days and you know the kids have been you know driving up the wall or whatever but my kids are not okay there are a lot of states so they're not driving me too crazy but not with me look we're looking for a place to get out that sister and that's a that's a great thing you know we mention the biking that the bike trails are open I didn't realize how many miles of bike trails we have a we have over three hundred mile the trail total of about half of those will more than half of those are are are paid the rest are either kind of a closed owner dirt trails will call more primitive trail we had a hiking through the woods a lot lot of different options there and I got to tell you when you get out there you feel like your somewhere else completely this is just a great relief and you're surrounded by you know green that all that you can select a better person so it's it's a great break from from you know they are normal everyday life and with that sort of being a little more tense right now a lot more sense right now it'll be a welcome a refresher for people yeah I think you said something was very key either Israel that D. if you just everybody thinks of the forest preserves as that you know open air building that's a pavilion and a couple picnic tables around you get out you get off the trail a little get on the trail take a walk you're going to Marvel at what's there you know what do you live up in the Skokie area and you see the dam that created the whole Skokie lagoons that was created by the old civilian this one is it's of the out of court in court yes he says he's so conservation corps and then just in our home I just it's so much diverse things to see and people to enjoy the more they do that I think the more they're going to go wow we didn't know this yeah I think you know a lot of people notes were pregnant Grogan family events and that often that is a huge part of our mission and unfortunately we can't we can't do those right now for for the obvious reasons but once you get beyond the growth and I'm going to say it's really impressive you're going to see some great land station at the prairie you're gonna see what you're going to see forced err obviously and savannas there's really all kinds of ecosystems that a lot of different animals and plants out there number gonna hurt you you know it if you could be out there of your oven that's all good stuff and I just one time one of the people that work for you they made the comment to me they said you know what you're never more than a half an hour away anywhere in cook county from a forest preserve sure and I went with her to get that that's cool well everyone this is the general superintendent the fourth reserve district of cook county Arnold Randall and I appreciate you coming on and just telling people that you're standing out there with your arms open saying come out enjoy the great outdoors it just do it smartly right yeah one of the B. LPB they are you can do those things in the forces there you know it's a little different than normal and but nature is always with you get a chance the sun wind and we would love to have you call thank you very much Sir thank you got the picture you're listening to Johnson and Johnson's great outdoors you know us Hey we know the outdoors when your next Illinois adventure to red lake where the fun begins red lake is situated in the heart of scenic southern Illinois and can offer you nineteen thousand acres of waterfront and recreation all within interstates fifty seven sixty four.

"couple picnics" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"couple picnics" Discussed on Pressure Points

"To find us on Instagram at points. Oh pressure let's get going babies. I love the fucking dancing that we do during during our intro. I'm pretty sure the only people that do it. Nobody sees it. I know what he sees never never will fuck him fuck him Oh yeah. I'm surprised I'm not sick of that song. It's it's a Banger it's a fucking banger. Welcome back everybody. It's been a week. We've let some Body Donation Shit. Settle and we're going to bring it right back up its PT at anytime baby. So let's see where. Where did we leave off? Aj there were some bodies that were being donated and treated poorly no that that's the review for everybody who left when you told them to. Yeah that's true. Yeah it's an impact on the military cool so I hope that you if you tuned out. You're not tuning into this episode. Because where I left off is actually where I'm going to continue so everybody else already knows this quick refresher course in two thousand twelve a man by the of Arthur Rathburne was cut in the Detroit. Airport wondered why did Twat a he was wandering around with Couple PICNIC COOLERS NO big deal until they open them up then. It was a huge fucking deal. They found ten human heads in this red fluid inside and the FBI got involved and they. I mean they had been looking into for a while now And it led them to. We talked about last time. The owner and founder of B. R. C. Which was Biological Resource Center in Arizona? Stephen Gore so it led them to sales between Stephen Gore. Arthur Rathburne they raided Stephen Gore in two thousand fourteen. They found frankenstein-style. Shit they found buckets a penises. Or so yeah. A cooler full of penises and buckets. Oh body parts And they found documents of disease infested tissue that were sold to multiple so today's fun. Exciting episode is actually GonNa be going over those two guys Rathburne and Gore. Which are the two worst fucking names for people that run body donation centers? They're just like hi. I'm Arthur Rathburne. Oh and I'm Steven Gore plugging.

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"couple picnics" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

They Called This a Movie

13:42 min | 2 years ago

"couple picnics" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

"Rip But then that cop goes to the basement. Try and find billy and he gets an axe to the chest so Immediate gratification in that at one Karma came quick to him. Yeah so the kids mother superior lock himself in the orphanage knowing. I guess they know for some reason that billy's on his way so they locked themselves. In Dumb Ass Andrew unlocks. The door wasn't even the brother on the ASS. Kid named named Andrew was immediately unlocks it and mothers periods. Like no and Lucy Lucy's another girl. There she's Sassy as fuck the side is she. She gives mothers superior is classic bummest Mother Superior. It's Santa Claus. He just walks right in. Mother Superior tries to wish billy out of existence sort of like Nancy tries to do in nightmare on ELM street. Everything about mother superior is just so shitty and screaming in a room full of kids. There is no Santa Claus thing. That's why we that's why we hired a person at Santa Claus just to come earlier just improve the kids that Santa's not real and he's in a front to what you're supposed to be celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ get us back those toys. It's it's not really. I think mother superior might be one of the worst villains we've ever had on the shell she's very inconsistent. Yeah so the cops come up. Shoot Billy Right in front of much children to him so the children have watched two people dives live span of an hour to Santa Claus. Claus does getting gunned down. I will I wonder why little ricky is afraid trade of Santa clauses. Why are all these children traumatized during Christmas if anything ricky should be afraid of cops and Mother Superior Spear But he really doesn't like so that that's my thing about it. He really doesn't have a bad relationship with mother superior. Not that we ever see. His seems seems that way built for losing his brother right but he does have like a panic attack when he sees nuns later on life and the color Red Ed. Yeah which was like what the fuck you. But you shouldn't be afraid of Santa Everything you've known saying. He has been a victim of a violent murder wind along with his his parents were killed by a Santa Claus. He was a baby he would not remember that other than what Billy told him. Yeah I think that's how they try to play. It off is that he goes well with. Billy told me you know analytics. No sense in the psychology that this movie is trying put forth. He should be afraid of cops. Yeah and nuns. Yeah supposedly but yeah. I mean he's never hit by none. We don't see him get hit by now so yeah not just cops so he watches his brother. Die Right in front of his. Is the first movie ends with him saying Nadi to do. I think it was another sphere. And that's how the first movie ends so we're all all new territory at this point. Dr Changes the tape over and he mentioned that the orphanage closed shortly. After and Ricky says that he got adopted by the Rosenbergs as he. Put that stank on it and they seem so nice oh that was the with the the parentheses parentheses parenthetical Rosenberg's. It's funny because when when he says that I immediately thought are they're going to cut back. They're gonNA cut a two when he was a child in the rosenbergs. Probably treating him pretty poorly but they're like very nurturing and their understanding they're trying to figure out what's wrong with him so I think Ricky's just jerk in this in this sense. Oh he's just very anti Semitic even though he's like then they put who me with a Rosenberg's and those people stayed far away from Christmas. There's probably the best thing that's what I would want as a child. Yeah and they They do the we get the effect that it looks like Home Movies and he looks like he has a pretty good life and until one day he goes out shopping with his mom and he gets freaked out by some nuns Color Red and then he sees the color red and he's like immediately freaked out like so uh he hasn't seen red since his brother got shot and killed. I guess I guess there's there's a throwaway line. We were talking about before but in that scene. There's only other than the none of the nuns and the and ricky and his step mother. There's one guy on the street and he's wearing a shirt that says real men wear black. It's an a raider Russia and I just thought to myself no one's ever thought otherwise. These guys weren't black wooden idiot. Pink right right he's yeah. He's not wearing sow salmon in her pink or anything you know it's like Oh my goodness a black shirt. That's an La Raiders Fan. Yeah Yeah it's to me. I just thought that was really out of place. Yeah he kinda sticks Al Sore Thumb to because as we mentioned off the he's just like lit differently that everything else so he just he looks like he's the focus of the shot but he's not he's just an extra he might not have even been an extra tre. Random guy the foreground and he's just takes up like a third of the screen. Just I wanted. I wanted to know a little bit more about that guy and his outrageous wardrobe. I'm sure I'm sure he had some opinions about Bo Jackson Point Baseball so ricky has a freak out out his parents get nervous they take him back to see sister Mary Mr and sister Mary tells them that soup mother spiritual short short her that he'll be fine he just has to have a stable relationship. I don't know how mother superior is in authority on this sort of thing but I guess we're just taking her word for we're at that all he needs is stable family. That's not far off really everyone needs a stable family more more or less sir. According to the story He's fine for about five years until his step-dad passes away and this is is part of where the inconsistency mother superior comes up is that she seems to be very traditional Catholic nun everything else and and I couldn't see her. When do that in going back to what you support and then ended up leading this kid go with? You know the Rosenbergs that did you said you know point. I didn't even think of that. You know maybe maybe this is. Do they have a throwaway line or anything that maybe this was sister married carried it. Set it up now mothers superior. I don't think so because that feels like more moves she would make she kind of understood the Santa Claus thing More than Mother Superior Perio-. Yeah Sister Mary actually has some compassion. empathizes with Bolt Ricky and billy Maybe they lied on the adoption. Form maybe So stepdad passes away now. Ricky's fifteen and looking a lot like Ben Shapiro Cheese. I thought he kind of looked like a young Matthew Broderick one hundred percent agree with that. And it's just coming to me now that he said it's it's pretty close. The actor actually playing fifteen year old rookie was twenty. Four at the time. Okay So his his his Stepdad dies and after the funeral he goes on on a walk by himself. Take some time for himself on his walkie happens upon a jeep parked mark fields. Couple picnicking nearby so he creep really hides in the brush. The kind of eavesdrop on them. Get a little you know little. Oh sneak peek. Watch the bone so the dude gets drunk onto coty then tries. The fuck woman wasn't having any of it right then and there and he tries to rape her. This movie is super pro consent. That's a good thing. Yeah absolutely I just WANNA make sure. We're on insane patient this time period. It's kind of weird. See Yeah because bolts scenarios other than the MOM. Getting sexually assaulted opening murdered the other times where we have seen that mirror. Those bolts scenes are scenes that start off romantically and the woman. She's just not interested in going any further which I thought was kind of interesting in terms of that. Great that sort of gray area but not really gray the area of consent of where it starts where it ends And this one really pushes this scene because she even said I I do want to do it but just not right now. Very Progressive Guy that night deadly night part two is very woke yep and they also don't paint the woman is a villain for denying sex. Yeah absolutely do the dude is the villain through and through and he gets. What's coming to him immediately immediately? He gets he attempts to rape her and then he slaps the shit out of her and then he's like I'm going to get more beer and then all the back and I think he was planning to do some more for beating the shit out of there goes back to the jeep to get more beer and he somehow doesn't see rookie in his jeep at all because he literally sticks his hand inside his jeep to check the time or something like that And then he winds up getting run over multiple times by Ricky in his truck in his jeep The woman sees it's Kinda it's Kinda funny insert shop just see that jeep rolling back and forth and you take take good note and then the woman sees seizes happening and goes up through rookie. Just thank you and then walks to. Here's the one that's arrived apples. The Guy wasn't GonNa do anything after that. As far as we know he's he was just like I'm going to get a beer here again. History together I guess it seemed like this guy was not a good guy that that's what I was talking about before kind of juxtaposition. Where you know billy saves the one girl in the warehouse and she flips a shit which is understandable? She just watched a man get murdered ordered. But then this woman sees the exact same thing the exact same scenario and she's super thankful warehouse girls. Such snowflake S. J. W.. Yeah people getting murdered so he tells the story and Dan. This is completely news doc but docks only takeaway is that. It was a red car which some for some reason writes in big bold letters and circles pickles in his notes. I love how the doctor when he tells that story he gets. Like the sweats. Vapors Oh my goodness this is. He knows he killed people. That wasn't his file. And no one never knew that happened in a and this is the moment of me and dance probably favorite scene Astronaut Room is winning. Just pops up next still and looks at the nosing Redcar and good note doc. It really shitty away. Says it could shoot from his face in this kind of goes back to my earlier. So your point where he slips in and out of being a good actor because he's he's telling that story and he sounds very believable. He's very invested rested. And then it just cuts to him to popping it right next to the docks face I could not dock. Oh my God this is awful. I wonder I was reading the Trivia on it and they're talking about how he had planned to play it a little more subdued and Lindo director rector specifically kind of had a different idea for them and I think the writer had a different idea a wind up we got so I wonder if it was like you know all the voice overstuffed Kinda came through decent So you know recorded after the fact and all that kind of stuff so it's like different different timing different Uh Energy to it. Yeah that's possible and maybe it was a A thing of the director thinking that's crazy crazy looks like When the way he's describing the stuff just being very I guess closer to a sociopath about it You know where there's no emotion ocean about anything he's talking about would have been much more creepy and scary than doing the you know either Nick Cage or Al Pacino you you know sorta started screaming..

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"couple picnics" Discussed on V103

V103

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"couple picnics" Discussed on V103

"Yeah and then I can not all that yeah thank you surely thank you yeah course not really we're going to your right nope nope nope not I. we want to now Hey now is one thirteen shenanigans and foolishness then one of how how do you know that you sound like Titian's at the impeachment hearings and nobody to to hear the rooms full days but you know you have a great you know college degree would you because she went to school for it old school education radio job wrong okay needle school for this talk school June you did you go to school I any notice Steve Kerr me did you go to school for this did not occur I have to say I did Steve and your comedy your stand up comedy they have rules when the lights come on you know to wrap it up okay everyone I don't everybody ran you want to make a comedian who is Cleveland what would you want to make America yeah thanks yeah you got to be lunch meat for the couple picnics you are now more people you will give me the daylight I'm what you're referring to rule later I got no draws all right now if you want me to walk off stage I just had to do it in a vacuum you can press to you follow you won't you'll get carpal tunnel mess with a life the food off I got my check their army my check for me are there rules on family feud and ready to local yes we do really over some rules you just can't.

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"couple picnics" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"couple picnics" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Including I didn't see a basket. But I'm sure if they picnic basket had been there, he would have eaten that as well. I'm saying it's a heath has an I just think the few females weren't be that nasty. They've lease leave the containers. Wash it in the late this animal just came out in the and the guy that's narrating. It is the gentleman young kid looks like a college couple. Picnic. He's worried about his backpack. He goes don't eat the ball. You're going to eat the ball. He's gonna eat the both. He ate, everything if you choose to not rough it and have a picnic in Gainesville somewhere. He can just go to McDonalds and breakout. Some pesos you save from Cancun back in two thousand three maybe some franc's. Maybe some euro really care about this now. Well, McDonald's is bringing four international food to their menu this week. These are ones that, like they have McDonald's in Norway. And I forgot it was like all these exotic places in they're bringing, like, what would be a vegemite sandwich to Australia. Right. One here. So they have a bacon Gouda burger from Spain. This sounds good. Tomato mozzarella. Chicken sandwich of Canada bacon, cheese fries from Australia caramel, waffle mcflurry from the Netherlands, got that hurts teeth. Just thinking about it really. Oh, yeah. Too much sugar has a lot of sugar so on Thursday to Mark the occasion and promoted Thursday to five pm by any one of these atoms at McDonald's for any foreign currency. Okay. Now I'm not being mean not pleased because people always think I mean you're bringing foreign currency yes into people who can't give you change unless the computer tells them exactly how much. So now you're going to give him a pesos or money from the Dominican or money from France. Like, yeah. Like a euro. Okay. Who's going to handle this? Okay. Flurry you still owe me four rubles. Because I mean, let's be honest. I have no idea. I don't think the average person has any idea what a euro is worth. I don't even know what a euro looks like think it doesn't matter. They just want you to bring in something so they're going to give it to you for free. What.

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