35 Burst results for "Couple Of Weeks Ago"

Jim Hanson and Heritage's Mike Howell Discuss the Oversight Project

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:13 min | Last month

Jim Hanson and Heritage's Mike Howell Discuss the Oversight Project

"Go ahead and keep kicking the deep state in the teeth because I'm joined now with my cowl who is the director of the oversight project at the heritage foundation. And Mike, I am 100% certain that if anybody needs some oversight, it is those people across the river from where I'm sitting right now in the permanent bureaucracy. So tell me what you guys got Tito. What's the oversight project about, man? Right. So the oversight project is a recognition that in the next two years, when conservative state, the house and probably the Senate, it's going to be all accountability oversight hearings and investigations. And now conservative institutions institutions historic have done a great job of white papers, policy development, but that's not what time it is right now. We know the institutions of the federal government have been captured. We know what's happening. We are already so downstream of all this stuff. We need to start kicking back a little bit. So we created what we call the oversight process. When it basically is, is the investigative arm of the heritage foundation and the conservative movement. We do a lot of foia litigation. I mean, we all know what boy is already sending me. I hope you get some back. None of that matters unless you sue. And so we're taking the big bad heritage foundation. Expertise we have, and turning it into a litigation army, all these foia requests. So every time you see kind of a congressional letter going out asking for information, they're not going to response, you know, the Biden administration is not voluntarily coughing up any information. So what we're doing is we're going to go in. We're suing strategically all over the place. Right now we have about 400 boys outweigh litigation ten different places. And we're already getting quite a bit of stuff. If you saw last week or, you know, I think it was the 12th actually of October. We got an email from mayorkas, the DHS head. The first press secretary told him right before he went up in The White House podium that there's no weapon in Del Rio. You remember when they accused them of work religions of women. And we saw this like this. This is ridiculous. Obviously there's no weapon. There's got to be some gold here. And so we went out and you know we sued him for all the communications. He had before he did that abomination of the press conference, throwing border patrol into the bus. And sure enough, he went up there and we found it. So what did he want to do anyways? And so, you know, we launched that a couple weeks ago. And now what do you have? You have basically the entire conference of Republicans in the House and Senate. Calling for his impeachment. I mean,

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California faces weather threats from fires to floods

AP News Radio

01:20 min | 2 months ago

California faces weather threats from fires to floods

"Natural forces are beginning to collide in California threatening human communities and infrastructure I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Dangerous heat explosive wildfires and now the possibility of floods California is getting it all Firefighters have been struggling to control major blazes in Southern California and the Sierra Nevada They've forced extensive evacuations while the oppressive heat wave has made it tougher on those firefighters and also stressed the electrical grid As Californians crank their air conditioning The fires are also producing smoke that threatens to interfere with solar power production Another hit on the grid Now add to the mix tropical storm K off Mexico's Baja California Peninsula While that's taken an edge off SoCal temps at times the clouds add to the problem for solar generation and the state's grid operators have again called for energy conservation Forecasters warn the surge of moisture from K could produce heavy rain and flash floods along with strong winds Till Orange County contractor Sean Clifton is philosophical We seem to always just make it through We have very little tricks to keep cool His bottom line All in all we're pretty lucky here A couple Weeks or even a month of bad weather then we got the best weather in the world I think I'm Ben Thomas

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Politically Incorrect and All That Jazz

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Politically Incorrect and All That Jazz

"I'm just curious, did you read other politically incorrect guides to follow the pattern that they set? Yes, I did it. My friend Tom Woods are the first one. It was on history, and it was a New York Times Best Seller. So I've been familiar with the guys for years and I've read several of them on different topics and like you. I love all of them. I think they're all just fabulous books. Fabulous books and you've written one now and it's just when did it come out? August 16th, just a couple weeks ago. Well, congratulations. I hope it becomes a bestseller because that means more and more people will know something about economics.

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Mullins, Rutschman power surging Orioles past Blue Jays 4-2

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Mullins, Rutschman power surging Orioles past Blue Jays 4-2

"Baltimore scored twice in the 5th inning and two more times in the 6th of Toronto for two at Rogers center trailing two nothing subject Mullins and adley rushman to hit back to back solo home runs I'll start her Alec mano at the target at two Ryan McKenna drove in the final run of the night at inning later and the Orioles shut down the home team from there Dean Kramer went 7 innings to pick up the win to improve to 5 and four Every win is another win and we look up and hey we're in the standings So it's more of like I think keep your head down and we'll see how this plays out in a couple weeks The wind moves the year was a half game back to the Blue Jays for the final American League wild card spot John leatherby

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"couple weeks ago" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:12 min | 5 months ago

"couple weeks ago" Discussed on WTOP

"Not patients, could be prosecuted for knowingly violating what would be one of the strictest laws and abortion pills in the country. It's 6 18. Back to the traffic center now in Jack Taylor. My others a few more of us on the road and it's showing Maryland trying to get into Gaithersburg running two 70 going southbound. Your immediate slowdown unfortunately begins as you approach Montgomery village avenue, the emergency worker sound that occurred a couple weeks ago with that sinkhole between Montgomery village avenue just before three 70 near the muddy branch road overpass, still blocks two right lanes three to the left will get you by so far. It's about the only delay coming out of Frederick riding all the way down toward the lane divide. Topside outer loops a little bit heavier now as you approach Georgia avenue should find nothing in your way though, we're quiet between the beltways on 95, building volume, south on the bottom of our Washington parkways, you pass one 75, headed down toward route 32. 50s in good shape between northeast and the bay bridge, east and westbound moving through Annapolis and Bowie, you're traveling. Better in Virginia now coming out of Stafford, there was a crash out of Quantico, that's gone. It was over on the right shoulder so at least now lanes open. Heavy traffic though crossing the aka Kwan coming out of woodbridge, clear lorton and newington, you're finding the Springfield up onto three 95, a work zone 66, headed west out near the Prince William parkways along the left side of the roadway. Eastbound was a little bit heavier now riding toward 29 and 28 in Centreville. We may have an incident in manassas up on sudley road two 34 business near Le Mans drive. We had had reports of a crash three 95s good Springfield north up toward the 14th street bridge without delay. So far a nice ride on four 95 between Alexandria and McLean should find nothing in your way. The closure in the district remains basically across the anacostia. Benning road closed both ways between Oklahoma avenue and anacostia avenue in northeast. This is an investigation from an overnight serious crash. Periton, doing the can't be done for national security because our way of life depends on it. Visit periton dot com for more info. Jack Taylor. Traffic. Team four meteorologist Mike center to there is ever a day I needed to be able to take the kids to the pool today. This would be it. Well, hopefully you'll get off work early enough to be able to do that. I think we're going to be dry for the next couple of hours and best chance

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Let's Empower Parents to Stand Up and Push Back

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:19 min | 5 months ago

Let's Empower Parents to Stand Up and Push Back

"So Bryce, you and I were texting when this was bubbling up a couple weeks ago. And you said you were getting kind of competing pieces of advice and I told you, you got to fight punch back twice as hard. What have you kind of learned through this kind of for other parents that are maybe in the middle or on the edge of publicizing or standing against this kind of nonsense in public schools? Yeah, so first, listen, my natural inclination. I'm a combat sports athlete, right? So my natural inclination is to lean in and press in and fight these things, but I want to be like rob says dangerous and wise. And we have to strike the appropriate tones of these things. But the real thing here is we need other people to be safe and know that they can participate and should push back because they don't own our kids and at the teachers and the parents need to see the example. Once you do stand up, look, these people are wimps at the end of the day. And in the last school board meeting, the people that were trying to dox all of the people that were supporting Steve and tried to lay out the people that are behind the alternative paper here and naming names and all that stuff. They were crying. At the school board meeting. We need to stand up and we need to do a bravely because they will back down.

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A highlight from Let's Talk About Forgiveness

Live Behind The Veil

11:28 min | 6 months ago

A highlight from Let's Talk About Forgiveness

"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. The word behind the veil. Hello, everyone. I'm Ryan your host, and on this podcast, we will be talking about one of the greatest principles of God's kingdom. Forgiveness. Let's open our hearts to receive the importation of this beautiful gift so that we can truly forgive one another from the heart. There is forgiveness and there is being forgive. We had something in the news here just a few years ago, I think was our shaking. A guy went into an Amish church school. And shot the place up. There were a lot of kids killed. And within a couple weeks of that tragedy, that the families, that church and that school issued. The statement they said we forgive that man who did it. Yep. That wasn't politics. The Amish people are not politicians. It's true. They weren't trying to do something to add a feather to their cap they were trying to do something. Out of their love for the lord and out of their love for that man and out of the love that they wanted to participate in changing this world. How many of the times do you read in the news? Justice. We got to get justice for that person. You want justice for that person forgive them. What I'm saying is that the forgiveness, if it's going to be effective, is going to come because you realize that Christ gave his life for you. And that's where forgiveness begins. It's really interesting because forgiveness is tied together with repentance. If you imagine if you have somebody that comes up to you and let's just say they slap you on the face. And then they say, oh, I'm sorry. The question is, do you forgive them? If they have not been repentant in their approach in asking forgiveness. If some one is approaching us from their side of it, right? You mentioned, you know, the two different types, whether you're forgiven or you're forgiving, I guess, is what it was. Yeah. There is that side when someone comes to you and asks forgiveness, are they honestly looking for forgiveness, or just to smooth things over? A lot of people do that. You think you can get away with things because you're just, oh, please forgive me. I'm sorry I did that. Well, are you really sorry for that? Usually you forgiven you forgive somebody. Get it off your chest, I don't want to be mad at you. I don't want to be angry. I love our relationship. I don't want to lose that. So I'm going to yield, and I'm going to forgive you. I'm going to become reticent, false humility, I forgive you. That's not what Christ did. There is a feeling with forgiveness. When some one comes up to you and asks you for your forgiveness, usually you can sense when they asking you where they're coming from. Are they really repentant in their hearts? Or are they just trying to smooth over the relationship? I mean, there's a difference in feeling of that. And it doesn't take too much of discernment to be able to see that. If a guy took advantage of me and money wise and hurt me financially, hurt me emotionally. I have to look at what he did, not against me. But against God. Yes. And that's the truth. She that's the truth that Christ realized. Now, if I go to forgive somebody, I can't do it with an arrogance or anything other than I realized that I'm going in the name of the lord and saying, I forgive you. My forgiveness opens the door for him. God has stirred my heart. The center of forgiveness and being forgiven is about God. Exactly. The two people involved, both, no matter which way it flows, both people are going to profit from letting God be the one. Few have been forgiven by the lord much, you know what forgiveness means and you know how it feels. You've had an experience that has been written on your heart. To know the depth of forgiveness, because I think if I know the depth of forgiveness, then I will also be a really good forgiver. That's absolutely right. If you could go talk to those parents. Of those Amish children. To the brothers and sisters in the the very tight knit people that they are. They went through a lot to be able to say I forgive you. Yep. That's the experience you're talking about and to forgive somebody, it breaks your heart. Yeah. There has to be a broken spirit. Contrite heart. God will deal with you and what he's doing is he's cleaning out any of fence that you had. You can't forgive somebody without a right spirit in you. Because then the forgiveness is tainted. Right, exactly. The times we're living in, there is no political solution. No. There is no financial solution. They only solution is to forgive. It comes from his love, his love for another, if you love someone, it is from God because God is love. So forgiveness comes based on because you love someone with God's love that you're willing as Christ did on the cross. To forgive. So Alan, what you're saying, basically, is on a human level forgiveness does not really exist. No, good. I mean, true forgiveness. Correct. People say they forgive one another, but it's not effective. It doesn't change the heart. Of either one of them, so there is no answer in human relationships, except for, if you bring God into the situation, in other words, as a relationship with God, because that is we're all forgiveness, true forgiveness, is absolutely. And true forgiveness you can't earn. It has to come from the father. We can all be agents of grace and we can all be agents of forgiveness. And we can also be recipients of grace and we can all be recipients of forgiveness. The beautiful thing is, is that it goes all back to the father, what kind of God he is, how do I forgive, I can only forgive if I was first forgiven. And Christ did that on the cross, when he dived for my sins. He died and I was forgiven, so I can pass that along. I think that's a major step for Christianity to tear down the walls of division. Forgive one another. Bury all the differences and let God's grace bear fruit in all of us. When he said that I was just thinking myself, what unbelievable air against a believer carries, when he can not forgive, his fellow believer just because that fellow believer, thinks different, believes different, that has got to be a front to the father. If Christ did what he did, you know, went to the cross after everything that he went through, how in the world are we still retaining in our hearts unforgiveness for the little things or maybe even the big things that we've experienced? Exactly. He forgave. But he's expecting you to forgive your fellow man, and of course we just already talked about this, how are you going to do that? In reality, you can't we all fall short, and we're aware that we don't have necessarily what it takes, but as we forgive our brother, who also fails to be adequate in his dealings and relationships with me, then we look to God to forgive us where we failed. You were talking about Christ forgave our sins. Yep, you know how and why? In a very simple thing, Christ died for our sins. That's why he can forgive us. There is that element that we die. So we can forgive. Let's each one of us daily reach in to the heart of our father to receive from him. The ability to truly forgive each other from our hearts. Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discuss, you can email them to living epistles at live behind a veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the veil.

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Kopech, Pollock lead White Sox to 4-0 win over Dodgers

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Kopech, Pollock lead White Sox to 4-0 win over Dodgers

"Michael kopech and four relievers combined on a 5 hitter as the White Sox shut out the Dodgers for nothing Went the first 6 innings allowing just one hit with 8 strikeouts picking up the victory while lowering his ERA to 1.94 To be honest I've tried to not look at my stats the entire year My dad was telling me that my stats were good a couple weeks ago and I was like dad listen I know I talk about this So that they respect them and say the same to you Offensively the Sox scored all four of their runs in the 6th frame with former Dodger AJ Pollack coming through with a pinch at two run double before Jake Berger and Reese McGuire had RBI hits In relief Phil bickford suffered the loss for the Dodgers who have dropped three in a row David Schuster Chicago

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Why Is the West So Intent on Punishing Itself?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:32 min | 6 months ago

Why Is the West So Intent on Punishing Itself?

"What's so interesting is this question of why are we doing this to ourselves? It's a question that Douglas Murray asks in the phenomenal book war on the west, which I encourage you to read and we had him on our show a couple weeks ago and I listened to the book very carefully and I read it. I listened to books too. It's easier when you're working out and doing things. And Douglas Murray makes the argument, and he asks the question, why is it that the west is so intent on punishing itself? It's almost this continual and relentless campaign. Of self laceration. It's not about justice. It's not about improvement. It's not about introspection. It is about trying to harm the west because you feel as if either were too strong, too powerful, it's inequitable, and you want the civilization to crumble as a way to trying to even out the playing field. And that plays perfectly into what Joe Biden is doing in Geneva the World Health Organization, which is that it's our own government that is proposing that America becomes less powerful, less free, and less sovereign. It's our own government. It's not as if that the World Health Organization is doing this to America. It'd be one thing if the World Health Organization in Geneva was meeting and they were conspiring against America. But what's so perplexing? Psychologically and otherwise is that we're the ones that are asking the WHO to make us less powerful.

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Los Angeles Reinstates Mask Mandate on Transit

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:48 min | 7 months ago

Los Angeles Reinstates Mask Mandate on Transit

"This one is about mask mandates and what is going on in Los Angeles. This one is from Quinn in Iowa. Charlie, what is going on with the mask mandates in LA? I'm traveling there in a couple weeks and I'm very worried that I'm going to have to wear a mask. Thanks so much. So yes, Los Angeles is now reinstituting mask mandates because the science can change so quickly. Let's play cut one O 5, new transportation mask mandate back into effect. Play cut one O 5. Well, pat basically, if you plan on traveling by plane train or automobile, at least in a public setting, well, you're going to need one of these again, because starting at midnight, the mask mandate will go back into effect for those public transportation settings. Mask mandate is back. What is the purpose of the mask mandate, especially what is the purpose of the mask mandate for children? Candace Owens made a very profound point at our campus tour together. Where she said, look, when we look at China, we ask the question, why won't they rise up? Why won't they push back against the tyranny? One of the reasons is that the children of China or even the adults now have no memory of freedom. They have nothing to fight back for. We don't have a memory of something, then there really isn't a reference point. They want an entire generation to be raised, without any form of a memory of freedom. This is exactly why they're putting masks on children. There is zero epidemiological reason to have a child wear a mask. Zero, period. However, the reason they are trying to have children wear masks is they don't want them to know what it's like to not wear a mask. They want them to be more likely to listen to orders and not question authority. They want them to be less likely

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Rev. Martin Dunn: The Worst Thing We Can Do Is Corrupt a Child

The Dan Bongino Show

01:36 min | 7 months ago

Rev. Martin Dunn: The Worst Thing We Can Do Is Corrupt a Child

"You know I've been going to church a long time I'm 47 I'm probably 40 years I remember my mom took me when I was a kid And I've never seen a standing ovation for homily before up until meeting you And a couple weeks ago you spoke out powerfully about the continued attacks on our kids I point out a lot there What we're dealing with is in secularism What we're dealing with is evil and it's our obligation if we're going to be on the right side of the moral arc of history to call it as much Exactly And it's not we have to live without fear That's the most frequent command Jesus told us 365 times be not afraid And Jesus also said twice that literally the worst thing anybody can do is corrupt a child an innocent beautiful child And we don't want to rob them not only if that innocence but of their potential their plans I had the most extraordinary childhood where all the possibilities were opened up to me And because my parents and my church protected me I know that was a major reason why I was able to live more to my potential So it's up to us If there's no other motivation if you're still struggling with a belief in God or belief and Jesus protect these children let them live with the joy and enthusiasm that in many cases they have been threatened with in the most unimaginable ways But again it's not too late and I told those kids at the end of mass you never ever have to lose your innocence and I believe that more than ever

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How to Seek Truth With Dr. Gad Saad

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:19 min | 8 months ago

How to Seek Truth With Dr. Gad Saad

"I want to tell you a problem that I run into. I talk on college campuses a lot last night. We had a couple. You can call them postmodern trans activists. I think we handled it pretty well. Prior a couple weeks ago had another one of those people. And when I had an opportunity to really dive into it, I found myself getting a little frustrated. I didn't really let it show very much, but at some point we couldn't agree on any form of absolute truth at all whatsoever. No universals. And it got, it became this kind of endless mass of word play and word games. I'm sure you've experienced this before. For example, I would say, you do agree that there are the laws of gravity. Well, that's your opinion. And at some point, you just kind of throw up your arms and so I guess my question, doctor sad is, is that worth engaging in? If yes, how do you combat it or counter it? What are your best practices to help navigate that? Fantastic question. So the way you've set up the question is spot on. It's only worth navigating such individuals as long as they don't have their fingers in their ears going la la la. I'm not going to listen to you. So as long as they have the humility to at least give you an opportunity to plead your case, then I think it's worth engaging. So that said, if they are willing to engage you, I do have a, if you'd like a manual of best practices. And it's one that I cover in chapter 7 of the parasitic mind. When I talk about how to seek truth, right? So if I want to convince you of something Charlie, how would I go about to offer you unassailable evidence that proves that my position is vertical? And to do that, I do what's called the building of nomological networks of cumulative evidence. It's a mouthful. So maybe if you give me a minute or two to give you a specific example, then I think it will be very clear. So let's suppose I want to prove to you that toy preferences, the sex specific toy preferences that children prefer are not due to social construction. They're not due to the fact that your parents are sexist, patriarchal pigs. How would I go about doing it? Okay, so what I'm going to do is I'm going to get you data from a cross cultures across time periods across species across methodologies, all of which point to that unassailable fact. So let me give you

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Beekeepers turn to anti-theft technology as hive thefts rise

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 9 months ago

Beekeepers turn to anti-theft technology as hive thefts rise

"Beekeepers are turning to technology to stop a growing number of taps of hives in the past few weeks more than one thousand beehives worth hundreds of thousands of dollars have been reported stolen in California our victim a couple weeks ago they've lost over a hundred fifty thousand dollars worth of these Thomas Hayes is with the yolo county sheriff's office clear counters apiaries have been hit she says beekeeping is a growing business people think they can make a quick easy back by stealing hives and putting them into pollination tightening supply of bees and soaring pollination fees are likely motivating beekeepers to go rogue and the speeds aren't outsiders you have to have specialized equipment it's not something that's a random act it's very calculated down to says it takes a year to make a healthy hive they're not easy to replace it because it's just really sad it's it's something that we you know we haven't laps even though we recovered a hive this is something that has just really shock us GPS tracking devices and surveillance cameras are being used to protect the heights I'm a Donahue

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COVID-19: Has the Science Really Changed?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:03 min | 10 months ago

COVID-19: Has the Science Really Changed?

"Popular demand, our white coat summit where we take your questions, we just have an unfiltered conversation. But everything you're not supposed to talk about medical tyranny vaccines, individual autonomy, hydroxychloroquine Ivermectin, and we have an amazing panel. I will start with someone who's been on our show before doctor Pierre Corey, welcome back. You probably gonna be here. Doctor Ryan Cole, I've been reading your writings and senior speeches for quite some time, honored to have you. Great to be here. And doctor flavio. And you could tell us how to pronounce your last name. Yeah, good day, Jenny. It's an honor. Truly. And I look forward to talking with you about many things and you're from Brazil. Is that right? Yeah, exactly. Terrific. Well, welcome. Thanks so thrilled. So doctor coryell start with you. You were on our program about a month ago. We were talking about a lot of different things. And it seems as if this topic has changed the media has changed the way they talk about this topic. And doctor Wen went on CNN and said, the science has changed. As the science changed doctor Corey, science was always there, Charlie. I mean, I don't know what to do. I mean, what specifically you think has changed in the media so that I could answer because from where I sit, I'm seeing a little bit around the so I guess the masks thing is probably the most changed. Yeah, I suppose just you have like Nevada lifting their indoor mask mandate, right? You have certain areas that are backing off a little bit on vaccine mandates, but they're definitely as a de emphasis of media hysteria of the last two weeks, right? Maybe you see it differently. And I have not seen I'm running fast. That's okay. And I'm a media guy, right? So I kind of look at what they're focusing on and not. And when doctor Wen goes on TV, she says, science has changed, there was a time for lockdowns, and now we know new things. And I'll give you another example that I think is really important is that Fauci's been kind of MIA for the last couple weeks. They've kind of just kind of put them out to pasture. You notice he's not doing those daily news hits. Maybe he's bad for ratings. Do you have any

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Joe Rogan Challenges Mainstream Media to Do Better

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | 10 months ago

Joe Rogan Challenges Mainstream Media to Do Better

"Joe Rogan, yesterday called the mainstream media kind of called him out as he said, look, rather than trying to cancel me rather than trying to silence me. Why not change your message? Rogan challenged the media to do better. Yesterday, as he discussed the avalanche of coverage that he has received as we follow this over the past couple weeks. It started with various artists pulling their music from Spotify just because they simply aired the Joe Rogan experience. Joe Rogan, of course, a very popular podcaster. He's been very outspoken. Many of these people, accusing him of spreading misinformation. Now he has an old personal experience with COVID. He's taken Ivermectin and is worked for him. As it has worked for many others. I think it's something that you just have to talk with your own doctor as Joe Rogan obviously has and make these decisions for yourself. But the left have wanted to silence. Joe rugged. They don't want him talking about alternative treatments. Treatments as some hospital systems some doctors have refused to give their patients even after threat of lawsuit and in some cases, spouses have actually had to sue hospital systems in order to get treatment for their spouses.

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Mike Eruzione Recalls Exhibition Game Against Soviet Union Before 1980 Olympics

The Dan Bongino Show

01:31 min | 10 months ago

Mike Eruzione Recalls Exhibition Game Against Soviet Union Before 1980 Olympics

"Captain of the 1980 miracle on ice U.S. hockey team one of my real heroes Michael Russo Mike what an honor to have you on the show My friend thank you very much Thanks for having me on Sure Mikey you don't get the Olympics going on now I thought who better to talk to than you We all need a feel good moment I have to tell you my humble opinion and I think the opinion of many others you're upset of the Soviet Union hockey team at the 1980 Olympics Very very few things in sports are real miracles That was Think about this Mike right You guys just what was it a couple weeks earlier Didn't you play an exhibition game with them at the garden and you guys got crushed in Madison Square Garden It was just a couple of weeks right I'm not crazy right That happened No it was two days three days before the opening ceremony the Olympics we lost We lost ten to three but as I tell people I got one of the three goals So I was pretty happy that I scored Now Mike you play these guys Now folks just so you understand the gravity of what Michael russio needs American hero did this U.S. hockey team I really mean it made the whole country feel that I think it's the greatest sports story of all time And what they did this team Mike this Russian the Soviet team was loaded with not just the best players in the Soviet Union These were some of the best players in the world You had the fetus off You had pretty act I mean the goaltender was probably one of the best goal tenders in the history of hockey That's how good this team was

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Biomedical Fascism With Daniel Horowitz

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | 10 months ago

Biomedical Fascism With Daniel Horowitz

"Daniel, I want to get your thoughts on one thing initially before we dive into some of your recent columns and wherever our conversation takes us, do you notice like I do in the last couple weeks that as soon as we started to gain momentum in the mainstream on the COVID issue, it seems as if all of a sudden on all the main news networks, COVID isn't as big of a deal. Have you noticed this? I have and it disturbs me on the one hand we all want this over with. We want the virus over with. We want the COVID fascism over with. On the other hand, we can not allow them to slip away in the dark of night, go on to the next thing like a drive by shooting and leave us without justice. And when I say justice, I don't just mean a revenge. I mean, if COVID were to go to go away tomorrow, all of the problems that had been put in place, the foundation, and really the edifice that has already been built of the biomedical fascist state. That is in place. The premise that if we say this is in the for the good of public health, regardless of the due process, regardless of whether we show evidentiary standards, regardless of whether it's lawful, humane, logical, we own your breathing, Charlie, your mouth, your nose, your body. That premise remains in place. The premise that the FDA rather than the regulator of big pharma are the marketers and enforcers of big pharma, taking away the basic tenets of the numerical informed consent, that is with us. If that's not reversed, who created the virus, who released it, who foisted upon us, what other things did they have in the pipeline? What other products do they plan on voicing upon us? The denial of treatment, the criminalizing of doctors that actually treat with things that are proven safe while forcing doctors to use things that treat us like lab rats. That is still in place. The culture of cruelty in the hospitals that we're seeing. This is a big, big story. This is something we can not recover from. America's medical system needs to be burnt to the ground and built up from

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Soft-on-Crime Manhattan DA Criticized in NYPD Widow's Eulogy

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 10 months ago

Soft-on-Crime Manhattan DA Criticized in NYPD Widow's Eulogy

"I know you were tired of these laws. Especially the ones from the new DA. I hope he's watching you. Speak through me right now. I'm sure all of our blue family is tired too. But I promise we promise. That your death won't be in vain. So I've never seen that before. Do you know what you just saw? That's a funeral where people are applauding a political statement. Think about that. She's at a church for a funeral. And by the way, totally appropriate. I'm not saying it's inappropriate. It's just extraordinary. I haven't seen that ever. Where a widow is saying if it wasn't for the new DA, I know you don't like these polish from the new DA. So what exactly did this new DA do? Well his name is Alvin Bragg. He is a George Soros funded, open the prisons, get rid of the laws, puppet. We warned about Alvin Bragg, right couple weeks ago, we went into detail about what he was trying to do. Alvin Bragg is the new district attorney for Manhattan. Soft on crime would be putting it nicely. It's no on crime. But what's so interesting about all of this is, and this is where I have a little bit of a different take, is that Alvin Bragg? Is doing everything he was elected to do. This is not some sort of game where Alvin Bragg who is now being blamed by widows of fallen cops for their death or for the increase in crime, he ran on this and people voted for

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Ami Horowitz: The Left's Party Line Is Black People Are Purely Victims

The Dan Bongino Show

00:54 sec | 10 months ago

Ami Horowitz: The Left's Party Line Is Black People Are Purely Victims

"Part of I spend a lot of time on issues around race It animates me it's important to me And in particular how the left views black people right So like you said in the segment leading to this they're always ready to jump on the races and where we're all racist Of course when we're all racist no one's races but of course they don't understand the nuance of that But when you ask them white leftist the people who have the white savior complex about what they think about black people across the board actually voter ID but I just did a video a couple weeks ago about black obesity The condescension the patronizing that exists The implicit racism of the left is institutional dogma for them that black people have no agency Their victim of circumstance and nothing more That's their party line Literally And that's what's important to

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"couple weeks ago" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"couple weeks ago" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"A couple weeks ago before we evacuated the 15,000 Americans. We pull out 6000 Americans, and there's a whole lot more people. They belong in the United States. That's right. We abandoned them. Absolutely Jim. There is no other way to explain it. Except this administration, rather than focus on the truth wants to talk about the phenomenal endeavor in terms of the airlift of over 120,000 people out of Afghanistan as some How the major achievement on which we should all focus and nothing could be further from the truth. They're looking for people that speak Pashtu. So if we pulled out interpreters, why do we need interpreters to talk to these people? Jim's good question. I appreciate your perspective and the information you've shared on the program today. Thank you so very much for the call back to the phones. John's in Riverview. John. Thanks for the call your comment. How you doing, Gerald? Great show. Thank you. I have thought about this for a while, and it came to the conclusion that well, first of all Afghanistan. They used to. They used to deal a lot and opium and other Types of narcotics and and that that I understand has been going down. And so I think this whole thing is centered around you think about it. We got it. If they they wanted to open the Mexican borders, so it would be an easier route. To get these drugs through there. Okay. So might take on this is that this Afghanistan the whole thing. Was set up such that They could transport these drugs. Easier into Mexico. So they they needed debacle to get this thing going. And, uh, it's like It's like I listen to Mark will have been and he comes up with this term. He calls use those idiots. Yes. Useful idiots. Yeah, yeah, Useful idiots, and that's where I think. Our friend Joe is stepped in. Or whatever personal reason. He has to do this. It's to supply this constant flow of drugs from Afghanistan. Through the Mexican border. And what I understand is there's some trials that are coming up on the 9 11. People that we caught for that and there's there's some court proceedings coming up. I believe that's why They had to rush this thing before 9 11. So they could have these hostages in place. To, uh To deal with this. What these court proceeding well, it would be interesting to see how the interplay between the two sets of facts actually work out. That you've talked about one thing I will say with regard to your Your proposition regarding the drug trade. There is talk among those who are in the know with regard to what the Taliban plan with regard to the drug trade about resuming it in earnest. In Afghanistan. Even though the talk has been that it will be less and less of what their economic development looks like. I don't think that's the truth. I think that they are going to recreate A thriving and perhaps even more aggressive drug trade, which could then play into the scenario to which you have eluded John. Thank you so much for the input on the program today. Just another ripple another layer if you will, with regard to those things. That we ought to be aware of with regard to what's happening on the ground, not only in Afghanistan. But what's happening with regard to the flow of traffic, illegal drug traffic in particular over the southern border of the United States, an incredible synergy When you stop to think about it, 809 239385. We are just about at the break time again. I'm going to ask Rob and Mike To exercise the patience of job as we move through our next profit center break, But when we get to the other side, your calls will be that which makes up the very start of that Next segment. 809 2393856 o'clock talk with Darryl would back after the break. We all want to solid Christian education for our kids and grandchildren, But sometimes it's just.

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"couple weeks ago" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"couple weeks ago" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Action on drawing new political boundaries. He also wants lawmakers to decide how to spend federal covid relief money. Austin. Home prices have gone up 33% in the last year. That's the biggest increase among Texas cities. The report was done by Corelogic. The vaccination of Austin Police is running behind fire and E m s personnel. A new report shows A PD at 50%. E. M. S at 91% at Austin Fire at 84%. The report notes, EMS and fire deal with medical patients and that may be a reason why their rates are higher. The K LBJ radar Weather Watch high today 100 Low Tonight 70 Tomorrow's High 97. It's 72 degrees connect with US and news radio. Okay LBJ dot com Tight and Down Show is on the air. Join the conversation at 51283605 90. Now here are gonna die. Yeah. Oh, my God. That 93 Todd Jeffries, Kenny Raw Meyer, and you had 51283605 90. Interesting story. This morning. A couple of university set of Florida did a study of our housing market here in the area. And basically, they found that Austin ranks second for the most overvalued housing market. Now they tell us now they tell us we kind of always felt that right, But those people coming in from California they you know they sold their homes for $3 million tiny homes at that in California coming here and spending a million dollars was Finding bargains that was like a bargain basement deals. Absolutely. And, uh, and it has increased the value of homes in the Syria. The demand has been incredible, for sure. Does this mean that the demand for home prices going up hasn't been real? It's been our artificial. Does it mean what does this mean? Well, maybe over the course of time we'll find out but I don't think we've seen a dramatic fall off. The market has cooled somewhat. That's true. Are real estate. Guys. We're talking about that on the Show yesterday evening. They have here on K. L. B. J and just Realtors. I've talked to said it's not near as crazy now, as it was in months past. At times when you had 50 people lined up outside of a house showing right get 50 offers immediately and then. Well, now it's more like 10 offers, right. Will you talk to Chris Water? Somebody right all the time. I mean, that's you've heard those stories from him. Surely, yeah, This new study ranked Austin housing market is the second most overvalued market in the nation home selling on average of 50% more than they should. According to these university studies, 50% study was conducted by Florida Atlantic and Florida International University's and basically they looked at pricing data real estate dad another publicly available information on homes in the real estate market. Here in Austin. Now the home values man, they shut up even more. In, uh, in Williamson County in a shorter period of time, Uh, jumping almost 40% in just seven months. This is a This is a full year comparison for the Austin Metro. But Williamson County even more When you start to break it down the median price in the county in 2021 in January, the median price went from about a 767,037% increase in just seven months. Up in Williamson County. The reason why it's hard to believe that the prices are going to fall off the cliff is just because of so much big business and small business interest in the Austin marketplace. Yeah, we see those stories all the time, The business Journal and Austin monitor and that all these companies circling around, you know, looking for places to to put a new headquarters or some kind of additional The building of some kind in that, so I don't see that going away. And are we saying is this saying Todd, if you sold the house back in June for $1.5 million Really only should end about 750 K. That's kind of what it sounds like. That's what it says. Yeah, but But it's you know your findings everything as the old saying. When you got 10 offers the price starts going up and get bit get offers and start competing against each other. Uh, 906. Let's squeeze in Rick checking in from Georgetown this morning, Greg. Good morning. Hey, Good morning, guys. Yes, sir. Great Show a longtime listener. And I'm not a first time color. Um You know, um My wife was having headaches a couple weeks ago, and we, uh On the advice of her primary care position would took her to, uh A scene hospital close by, uh to the ER. And, you know, I find it odd. I see both sides of the issue about you know, nurses being vaccinated, but at the same time, I mean in the ER, we saw nurses. Uh, And masks, some in face shields, and then she was in ICU for a couple days, and then we should checked her out. Most of the nurses up there are wearing masks, face shields and gowns. It's like you know, either this stuff doesn't work. Or We don't and we don't need the vaccine or, you know, get the vaccine and we can go back to normal. And yes, I understand. You can get covid. After you've had the vaccine. You can spread it to other people, blah, blah, blah. It's like, you know, this has to end sometime. It's really getting old, but in that setting in an ICU setting as we've had nurses given his text, Todd, they're going to take every precaution to try to minimize or prevent the transmissibility. So, as he says, they're all messed up, and they got shields and everything else. They're taking every conceivable precaution. I'm just guessing that Standard protocol Baxter. Otherwise you're going to do everything you can try to minimize the potential for contagion from one room to the next from one patient to the next. It is 908. You could jump in at 51283605 90. I just want to share a little bit information involving The search of a new police chief in our district attorney Jose guards. Okay, we've had Doug O'Connell on before he's a lawyer here. We had him on. I guess it was Monday, right last week. Okay. He's he's representing. He represents police officers in a few cases right around and and and and and I'm just getting up bits and pieces here but apparently in his post on social media According to Detective Music's notes. Chief Gallardo told him that Jose Garza chewed chief Chicken's butt. For cooperating with the Perry defense team member, Sergeant Perry Sure it was involved in a shooting downtown during one of the BLM protested last year ended up facing a charge shot someone who pointed a gun at him Now he's been during all of that. Uh huh. Well, apparently, Chief Chikane was trying to, uh well, he got he got he got in trouble for cooperating with the the defense team. While he told Fugit that chief Chikane was attempting to curry favor with Jose Garza to be named the permanent chief with law enforcement leaders like this, Sergeant Perry couldn't get a fair trial. This is, according to Doug O'Connell social media post this morning and got a phone record. Uh, apparently, the D A. Was on the phone with Chief Chikane quite a bit. During during this process in this trial involving this, this this grand jury hearing involving Sergeant Perry out of Colin, who was working as a you know an uber or lift driver downtown at the time of this incident, Yeah. Well, there's some interesting some interesting things going on here. There's allegations that not all of the evidence was presented to a grand jury. Some folks were told to stand down and shut up. You know that kind of thing. It seems pretty dirty. Well, I don't know what the attorneys referring to here, but the optics that he's describing certainly don't look good. No, not only say that, at least based on what he's gonna have to get. We're going to get Doug back on to find out a little bit more about this because it seems pretty dirty and twisted. It sounds like it is actually slow down the process of selecting a new police chief. Well, it's been a while since they they whittled it down to the final 31 out of Dallas, one out of Los Angeles and then chief check on the interim chief. And now we're waiting. Yeah,.

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"couple weeks ago" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

09:27 min | 1 year ago

"couple weeks ago" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Beginning with fighters alert couple weeks ago that they think we were gonna need to have a booster after six months. And Fauci reprimanding them. And then the government flip flopping and saying that we were going to have to have boosters for Pfizer recipients after six months in elderly and immuno compromised. And and then. The bomb dropped last night, and I'm afraid that it's it's precisely what I have been concerned about. And what I had spoken about on two different podcast yesterday, so it's pretty ironic. That what you heard vouches say it's the nasal Tigers are the same. In vaccine recipients in unvaccinated. That's a, uh, that's selective disclosure, apparently Nasal tigers are very poor indicator. As opposed to blood based tight ear's of infectious virus. What NBC News dropped yesterday was the statement sourced from an unnamed government official. But the Tigers in the vaccinated are actually higher. Then in the unvaccinated What does this mean? And why? Why do you suddenly see this kind of frantic scramble? This is precisely what one would see if Antibody dependent enhancement was happening. What is the antibody dependent enhancement briefly? It's that the vaccine causes, uh, the virus to become more infectious, then Would happen in the absence of vaccination would cause the virus to replicate at higher levels than in the absence of infection. This is this is the vaccine ologists works nightmare. It happened with the respiratory sensational virus and in the sixties and cause more child deaths in vaccine recipients. An unvaccinated. It happened with dengue vaccine EO the dengue vaccine. And it's happened with virtually every other coronavirus Vaccine development program. Certainly in humans, uh, known in history. And it's what the vaccine ologists like myself have been warning about. Since the outset. Is the risk of antibody dependent enhancement. Why would it first show up in fighter? Visor. Actually, probably we don't actually have the data but from first principles, The Pfizer dose is about a third of the Madonna dose. And it's likely as an are. Any vaccine to express must much less spike for a shorter period of time. Then you see with a re comment. Add no viral vector vaccine like Johnson and Johnson. So We now know that the fighter protection is waning at six months. And What the data seem to suggest is those have received Pfizer, which is the probably the least immunogen IQ of the three in terms of durability, length of protection. People that are now in the waning phase of the immune response to the Pfizer vaccine are seem to be getting infected, noticed. They keep talking about Pfizer and not about the other two. So This. This suggests this is exactly what you would anticipate is the the window of greatest susceptibility to antibody dependent enhancement. Is in this long tapering phase. Uh, as the vaccine response declines, and, uh, I think Dr Fauci is being very dis ingenious. I don't know what else to say. I mean, we could say he's lying. Whatever there's there's There's miss. You know, I'm accused of being now an anti-vaxxer and promoting disinformation, but To my eyes. The government is obfuscating. What's happening here? And I I don't mean to sound alarmist, but What that seems to be rolling out is The worst case scenario where the vaccine In the waning phase. Is causing virus to replicate more efficiently than it would otherwise. Which is what is we call antibody dependent enhancement. It's what the word is, and people have been warning about this since the outset of of this rush vaccine campaign. I want to go back. Um And just make sure that we're This is understandable to people number one. And I say this every time but not all. You're not an anti-vaxxer. You have dedicated your entire life. To to safe. Vaccines. Is that not correct in every level your professional life, both both researcher inventor, commercial opportunities government work all that your entire life is In support of trying to get vaccines that that helped mankind correct. I'm the opposite of an anti fax or I'm a true believer. But I'm also committed to safety and good science. And what is that? So I want to go back. I want to go back to you've warned about this. You're staying. We're in the worst possible situation in which if I can put it in layman's term, remember, I got to see your D and my last biology class in prep school like my sophomore year. That This actually the way this virus to structure the way this virus was rolled out what the excision of the vaccine is that it actually exacerbates. Susceptibility to the virus. Particularly mutations is that Lehman's is that correct? Okay, So the mutations is another, uh, misleading set of statements from Dr Fauci. Uh, the escape mutants that are escaping vaccines, selecting pressure. Are most likely developing and the people that have been vaccinated not in the unvaccinated, so that's just another convenient lie. Um But antibody dependent enhancement. Can be influenced by escape mutants. But I suspect what we what? But the data are suggesting if they're if they're validated, so I only have this NBC News report from an unnamed government source. But if if it's easy enough to get tight, ear's in patients that have been vaccinated versus those that have not been vaccinated that are infected with, uh Star is Kobe to in this case, Delta variant. And if those data verify that the Tigers are higher in the blood With those that have been vaccinated compared to those that have not been vaccinated. That would be the smoking gun to demonstrate antibody dependent enhancement of virus replication, and that would typically correlate with disease. So, so that's where we're at is these preliminary signals? Being disclosed by unnamed government officials. Suggest that were there. In the worst case scenario that the vaccine community has been warning about. Since the beginning of the outbreak because it's been the history of all other coronavirus pecked seen development programs in humans and in most of the animals. So I don't know what else to say. This this this? Uh you know, this is another one of those. It looks like a duck. It walks like a duck. It cracks like a duck. It's probably a duck, but we've got to prove it. If you're down in the Kennedy room if you're in the National Security Council conference room today, fetching these guys come in there having a discussion. We got a minute here. We'd love to hold your over. Ah! And they come around the table and you see the evidence as you think it is. What is your recommendation? To the task force about what needs to be done now, both from practical, um actions And messaging. Let's take the actions first. What would you recommend? They do right away. We got a minute We'll hold you over the break, but in a minute, just what action do you think need to be take? This is day. If the data consistent with a d E. We have to stop the vaccine campaign. We have to pivot to expediting as much as possible drug treatments, which have been largely blocked and suppressed. At the FDA level, particularly for repurposed drugs, and it's not just my experience with the idea of a D that this is happening. I hear it again and again and again from other sources that they're they're if they're working on drugs. Unless they're part of the active trials, which is the NIH sponsored trials that are really paid for by Gates. Doctor. I'm hanging because we're bringing back but but hang on real quickly. You just said that which is so powerful, But Biden is going to go up on stage more and say we need fact they're sending emails out. I've had so many hundreds of people, they're sending emails out tomorrow he's gonna say all four million government employees have to get vaccinated. How can you have what? You're sitting there and they're saying they have to get back. Hang on. Don't give me an answer. We're gonna hold over the break only the audience hanging on this one. This is a catastrophe. And you're hearing it from an individual event at the M RNA and has dedicated his life to vaccines is the opposite of an anti-vaxxer. That interview ran this past week. Believe on Friday with Dr Robert Malone, the inventor of the Mrna technology..

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"couple weeks ago" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"couple weeks ago" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"It's a good idea. Thanks. Good practice. You know, we are, you know, weird spot ahead Matt Graham in here a couple weeks ago. From WBC mortgage met an old friend and we started to talk about Mortgages and refinancing the real estate market. Just crazy. You know their You know a couple 1000 homes 20. I think it was like 2200 homes. On the market, which is not even a 30 day supply. This, by the way, has been a fairly consistent thing over the years. But those guys You know at Matt's group. Get mortgages turned around very quickly revise turned around very quickly. But you don't want to go and call Matt. Or try to get a mortgage or a car or a credit card. Without making sure things are okay with the credit. So if nothing if this show does nothing For you other than to open your eyes about maybe looking at your own credit. To make sure everything's okay. I'll tell you that most of the people that call and say Oh, my God, I have the worst credit. This is horrible. You know, Whatever the story is. I was to take a deep breath number one. If it is the worst, it's fine. I can guarantee you. You have nothing on your credit that I've never seen before. There are no more first at this point. Right. I've been doing this a dozen years I've seen Pretty much everything I could possibly see on a credit report. And we know how to deal with it all. So you know, it's it starts with a phone call by you toss. It starts with you saying, Hey, I need some help. I need your assistance. I need your guidance. Can you assist me? And we'll get it done. A buck for the credit report from identity I Q For the first seven days in my time.

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"couple weeks ago" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"couple weeks ago" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Couple weeks ago, and we're still basking in the glow of our honeymoon. And one of the things that Mike has is, I'm pretty sure he has an iPhone four. Yeah. How does that not surprise me? Okay, It's really amazing to me that it is like not a flip phone. But it's like an iPhone for And when we were on the trip, like the phone only works sometimes. If it stays plugged in. Oh, my God. Okay, And not only that. It's you know, Mike is a pretty good sized man. He's not a tiny man and the phone in his hand. It's like you're holding Barbies phone. If you pick up the phone, that's how small the iPhone four is okay, and he and this phone has not worked for years, right? And it's kind of a you know, at one point, it's kind of charming right that it's like. Oh, you know, he's got an old phone. He doesn't want a new phone, right? And Mike, like my sister in law, Ellen, who never looks at their phones, like if you're in jail, and you need someone to bail that bail you out, don't text them. Because you'll spend the night in jail. Okay, So you know, it's like a running joke that like, dude, you gotta get a new phone. I mean, this is crazy. It's not that he can't afford the phone or whatever. It's just like, Oh, you know, like he comes up with all these excuses, and by the way, his wife also needs a new phone, but that's a whole another story. So, uh, I finally I put my foot down because I was when we were on the fishing trip. I go. Let me just buy the thing. Now I go. I'm going to buy the phone at this point, and at one point we're way up north. I'm trying to buy the phone. And of course, there's no service on my phone because we're way up there and it wouldn't go through whatever and then so Now he's going to get a new phone. You know why? Why? I am not going to make him a Manhattan when it comes to my house until he has a new phone. Wow. I think he's going today. That's the way threatening, threatening with withholding alcohol, anything. It's an incentive right there. It's an incentive, right? I mean, if it gets it, it's an It's a means to an end. Don, right. Exactly. I totally I totally get it. Something you want to know if I said Why don't Mike, why don't you just text me He'd be like, Oh, wait. I gotta plug the phone and maybe it works, man. Mike might come over to my place. I'll make you Manhattan. Bring your phone jobs. I can't even come out of my house and I'll order you the new phone while I'm making you bring bring your iPhone poor. Yes, it doesn't even doesn't even now it's a poor. No way. I think it's important. That's the joke. If someone still has an iPhone for It's an iPhone. Poor. Yeah. Oh, Okay. See you. Look at your kids. Your kids are teaching the old man this I like. How about we do I just text me segment from people who actually have phones at work. Perfect. See how I did that for Mike. I did the poor Mike. Um yeah. Lou, When I check my outlets with my tester, a few of them say open ground. Is this a serious problem? Mm um Well, yeah. I mean, a ground is very important on a on a receptacle, and it could be that. I mean, I don't know. You know if your if your home has Can do it and pipe, then the bonding for the ground is the pipe itself. So when you put the device in, you've got a hot and a neutral and the actual device itself is grounded and bonded through the system. But if you have Rome X or a software that leads to it, that ground wire is critical. That it's connected to the receptacle by writes the ground wire should always be connected to the receptacle anyway. And so grounding a receptacle is important. You may want to pull that out and inspect it and see What's going on. Alright. Next out of the blue My upstairs toilet. Sounds like it was just flushed. It will sometimes do this several times a day. It lasts less than a minute. What could be causing it? Two things. It could be that the flapper the flush valve part of it is deformed and every now and then, as somebody walks by, or you know something it, it adds. It tilts a little bit. The water moves and it lifts it up. You don't have a good seal. You can replace. The flap are pretty inexpensively five or $6 easy thing to replace. Or it could be that the water level in the toilet is too high. There's an overflow tube there that the fill valve goes into If you adjust the water, so the water levels about a half an inch below the fill valve that should help to solve the problem. Also Note to self. Sometimes I look at the abuse texts and I answer the ones that I need your help me to down. Um lastly. Hi, Lou. How do I clean a marble shower that has soap and hard water build up, especially near the bottom. Mm. So marble is a tough one, because it is such a, um, soft stone. And so you have to be very careful with the cleaners that you use on it. I'll tell you what I would probably use on the soap scum area there that you can probably Get it off with the sounds kind of counterintuitive, but I would use dish soap. Warm water. And a scrub brush on the end of a drill. There's something called a drill brush that you can, um, that you can use and You can scrub it really gets scrubbed. Let it sit there for a little longer scrub again and then rinse it. And that way it should. It should work out. Just fine. Thanks. So much for the text messages. Always willing to take your text messages. Just please don't text and drive 877. 2134 Lou. Let's talk to John, Who's in Darien? Hey, John. Good morning. You're on house March radio. Good morning, Lou..

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"couple weeks ago" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"couple weeks ago" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"In the meantime, join us, 808, 238255 and Linda welcome. Sorry. Hello? Just a couple of questions. Um, Somebody had called in a couple weeks ago, and, um, they talked about because they had their hosts. Um, have plastic around it. I had that done because otherwise, the man said, I'd have to change window windows outside, he said. You'd have to do a complete makeover. So how to do that? Because I have an R rating of only two on the outside of the house, So it's helped. But now I have my crawlspace encapsulated, Um Michigan Foundations prison, But I'm now I've had to put a dehumidifier down there because I'm getting water now. What do you mean? You're getting water. Well, because I'm getting water in the dehumidifier. Okay, good story is still there. You can see the quarters with misty looking, so I knew that I thought there might be moisture and I also start to get a little bit of older, Not a lot, but a little so that's working. But is this do you know is this normal? Or it might go to have a problem because that plastic is wrapped around You know, before Then they put the siding on the outside. Well, um, I I I guess when you say is it normal? Is there insult? So what did you How old's the house? Let's start back at this holds the house. About? I don't 50 years old 100 years old 50, Probably okay, so there was no insulation in the walls. Correct? Right and you had vinyl, citing installed on the house. Yeah, okay, And they put a like a styrene or a little quarter inch thick of foam plastic in a wrap around the house. Is that what they did this? The wraparound came out, maybe within the last Six years, right? And is that what you're concerned on? Well, because also, I was secret I found somebody said had said something about vinyl saving, collecting dust, and then you could spray it. So that's another question. I have about cleaning out, but, um, with the vinyl or without plastic wrapped around it, which I had no other choice to do. To get any kind of Um, First of all I again I don't know what that material is Linda for sure, But I can tell you if he had vinyl, citing installed and they put that little foam quarter inch wrap around the house, That's not really. I mean, it might give you an R two. But pray tell, you know, the Department of Energy wants you to get in our 19 there. It's really I'd hardly consider it insulation. I would considered more. No, I was considering it. It's not. It wasn't form. It was just plastic plastic. Okay? Yeah, well, they would do is help Keep the wind you know, from coming to us if you had wind Yeah, Okay. All right. But what about the moisture? Let's say, um, There's nothing in those walls. And if you have the shower on in the moisture is going into the plaster drywall and it goes through that won't hits that plastic and it can't get out. It's not breathable if it's just regular plastic. You know, like some of your house wraps are breathable. It keeps water from coming in, but it allows water to be exhausted out. If it's just straight plastic, you'd be trapping that wall water in and that could be a problem. Uh, I don't really know. I saw it on a roll, You know? Okay. I don't know. I would have thought Did they have 6 to 10? Years ago? Did they have what you're saying? Yeah. Yeah, but then then you start talking about the cross space. So how does that get tied together? Um, only because that that is encapsulated. Yeah, with with a heavy plastic down on the floor, right? The floor. The sides, Okay, I think about nothing in a feeling the feelings are all free. In fact, I had some insulation up in another backroom, and they took that out because they wanted to breathe. They wanted to be able to right right. Right. Well, total encapsulation on across space is normal now, if it's which which minimizes the water. Vapor penetration. But if Like the other fella if he had a high water table, and it starts saturating that soil and you could actually pull that plastic bag can find water. That could be a problem..

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"couple weeks ago" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"couple weeks ago" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"You know, we are, you know, weird spot ahead Matt Graham in here a couple weeks ago. From WBC mortgage met an old friend and we started to talk about Mortgages and reef eyes in the real estate market. Just crazy. You know their You know a couple 1000 homes 20. I think it was like 2200 homes. On the market, which is not even a 30 day supply. This, by the way, it's been a fairly consistent thing over the years. But those guys, you know at Matt's group Get mortgages turned around very quickly revise turned around very quickly. But you don't want to go and call map. Or try to get a mortgage or a car or credit card. Without making sure things are okay with the credit. So if nothing if this show does nothing For you other than to open your eyes about maybe looking at your own credit. To make sure everything's okay. I'll tell you that most of the people that call and say Oh, my God, I have the worst credit. This is horrible. You know, Whatever the story is. I was to take a deep breath number one. If it is the worst, it's fine. I can guarantee you. You have nothing on your credit that I've never seen before. There are no more first at this point. Right. I've been doing this a dozen years I've seen Pretty much everything I can possibly seeing a credit report. And we know how to deal with it all. So you know, it's it starts with a phone call by you toss..

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"couple weeks ago" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"couple weeks ago" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Thank you. That's right. Will. This is the special will love theme? Yes. Will welcome to the show. Welcome to second Chance. Romance. I know that you've been communicating with our girl Dawn. So, you know Um, and your listener. I think so. You know this, um go. I'm going to shut my mouth. Go ahead and tell us about your date who you went out with blah, blah, blah. Okay. Uh, well, here goes, obviously you just said it's been over. It's been a bad year for savings and all that. So, um You know, it's been a few months now. But I've been talking to this, uh, this really cool chick. Sorry girl named, uh, police. And you know, we've been online. Uh, like, you know, everybody has been doing per year. Um And you know What I really liked. Honestly, she got back to me right away. We talked. She was funny, too. You know, we had fun little like video talks and And stuff like that. So after a whole bunch of face timing And the tick talking all that stuff since March. We, uh you know, decided we would get together once the mask mandate was done and over with lifted, Um So we decided to run some scooters. The road on the lake. Um you know some outdoor stuff. It was a couple weeks ago. I mean, when I probably like three By now, I guess, And I haven't heard from her back. She won't write me back, literally. It's like I go. Hey. Oh,.

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"couple weeks ago" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"couple weeks ago" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"This is a couple weeks ago. Now, I guess. That there was a law that had been passed now and then the regulations were kind of put in place to allow these entertainment district and the short version of entertainment districts and I'm not gonna get all the details here, right. But the concept is Relatively contained area with a maximum particular size. I don't remember what it is. And you have to apply to be an entertainment district. But within this entertainment district, people would be allowed to walk around from one place to another and the streets or pedestrian areas around there. Holding their drinks, Right and S O, for example, you might think of 16th Street mall or parts of it is a place that could be an entertainment district. But it's not right now. It's not right now. It seems suited for it. But it is not yet and entertainment district. In fact, there isn't one yet. But we got this good news yesterday. I'm gonna go to the Denver Post from this Glendale, The city of Glendale, which people who are new to Denver. Probably don't even know that it's there or its own city or whatever. Shannon knows the area better than I do. But I'll say, I'll say the East side of Colorado Boulevard. Kind of near Cherry Creek and near some of those avenues that have the names of states like Virginia Avenue and all that kind of stuff, And you know, shotgun Willy's and things like that. That's that's Glendale, and it is its own city, its own mayor, its own police department. It it feels like part of Denver, but it's its own thing. So Let me go to The Denver Post here. After more than 20 years of planning a revolving door of developers, lawsuits and protests, Glendale is set to break ground this fall on $150 Million entertainment focused project on the banks of Cherry Creek. The Glendale City Council on Wednesday approved the 10 acre project. This is a big deal is like Ron Burgundy is kind of a big deal. Formerly dubbed Glendale 1 80, now called the Glendale Entertainment District at the corner of South Colorado Boulevard in East Virginia Avenue through a redevelopment agreement with Denver based Central Street Capital. The project will feature an array of restaurants and entertainment options. Check this out. Chan, it's could include a 40,000 square foot concert venue. That could be interesting for other folks in our building here, all right. For all the all the music radio stations we've got here and I hard Denver there's gonna be a movie theater. How about this? An APP based sports book Gaming Hall. There's gonna be pubs, rooftop bars, nightclubs and a 200 Reasons. Room Resort hotel so that if you get hammered, you don't have to drive home. Now. What's interesting about this to me and it beyond the fact that it sounds like this could be a very nice new thing for I'll call it the Denver area since it's not technically Denver But this is going to be One of these new entertainment district with a what's called a common consumption area. And that means that assuming you're old enough to drink and you've got your your adult, drink your drink with ethanol in it. Drinks will be served until four a.m. and you can walk around with in that common consumption area with your drink. Now. You can imagine that there have been people who wanted TOC stop this kind of thing for a long time. There have been a bunch of different problems for this right. The Denver Post reports that initial plans for a redevelopment project in that location along Cherry Creek. Go back. Tonto ate the city was sued in 2015 by a Persian rug shop that resisted efforts by the city to potentially claim it's business through eminent domain. And that fight brought out a crowd to protest in supporters of the rug shop. But in that same year in 2015, Glendale canceled an election that would have authorized downtown development authority it created. To float bonds to finance all of this, So then they started bringing in developers and over and over and over and is just one fight after another. I also know and this isn't in the Denver Post piece. But I also know that there are folks who don't like the idea of an area where you can walk around with your drinks, and they have some fear that it's going to end up. You know, being like the French Quarter of New Orleans, but not in the good way, but in the way of spilled drinks and discarded cans and cups and frankly the smell of pee all over the place, and people really want to make sure that it's a place that stays Attractive. Enticing like a place you I know that there's a certain crowd and I might be among them depending on my mood that loves the French Quarter of New Orleans. Even with smelling like pee as you walk around, and you know when somebody throws a necklace of beads at some You know, 25 year old woman who responds by the way they respond when they had beads thrown Adam, that doesn't break my heart either. I don't think that will be happening in Glendale. And I assume that some folks might get in trouble because it's not New Orleans. If they do that sort of thing wouldn't break my heart either. Producer Shannon Yes. Another article I found online about this Glendale 1 80 has a great couple of sentences in the story. Vintage Glendale, it says. While the experiential entertainment district is new in many ways in other ways, it's bringing Glendale back to its roots. During the 16th and seventies, the city was home to a variety of now vintage establishments that attracted the masses, including the Colorado Mind company, home of the Fool's Gold sandwich, which was Elvis's favorite. Wow..

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"couple weeks ago" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"couple weeks ago" Discussed on WTVN

"Shows and John a couple weeks ago. The last show we aired you talked about, you know, building a financial plan for someone in their twenties, but it really doesn't end there. I just because you do well in your twenties that goes through your whole life, and unfortunately, when more money you have You're subject to a lot more noise that is out there and you start to dabble in things you may not, or may not be aware of what you should consider. We talked a little bit about Robin Hood trading with Gamestop AMC theaters. You know, John, I'm sure you've had the question of a Is it a good idea to invest in Bitcoin or gold? Right? You've had you seen that over the years over the years? There's always been something you know, there was once a time when we could invest in ostriches who sounds tasting for our orange groves in Florida. Now they're all covered over by condominiums and apartments. But there's always something that comes along. That sounds sexy. You know when you do investing, the truth is, as I've told you guys when you do it well, it's boring. Because it's a zoo strategic. It's thoughtful and so forth. So you're not in their racing in and out in and out. So when you hear about all these guys you rush in and Trying to make the killing on Robin Hood or whatever they're talking about. Be aware that you need to know what the heck you're doing. That's number one thing and the number one reason you need to ask yourself is why am I doing this? Most people never think about. Why are you investing in the first place? And we know that there's only one reason to be investing as we look at it. And that's because someday whether you like it or not, you're gonna lose your ability to produce income. When that day comes, you better have a bag of money big enough to take care of you. That is so true, And you know, one of the biggest challenges for people to grasp that reality because of the noise that's out there, and they want to get the short cut. The big hit right. They think it's again. That's why I said The problem is, we're crossing hairs with crossing streams with investing in gaming, and, you know, gambling right and investing in game right? But even but the gaming visual appeal that it's a game right right that you can do it on your phone. But you're right. It is a form of gambling. And just because it's so easy and again, you know, you hear people ask you. I get by Bitcoin and you can ask the simple questions. Do you know what it is? Right? And, you know, nine times out of 10 1. I think I know what it is. And do you know how it works? You know how it's regulated. These are the questions you have to be able to answer before you can even get into. Should I invested it or not? Right? And that's you know, Like you said, Steven, you've got to understand what it is that you're getting into, you know, even mutual funds, which when I first started, Yeah, I had a general idea of it, but I didn't know it was you started to look into the various mutual fund. You saw what it was that they were invested in. So understanding what the various risks Maybe why it's important to have that mutual fund. So that way, you're not subject to just one stock, maybe plummeting your portfolio, but having that ability To be flexible and be buoyant that way. If you know, one company under performs all the others. You're not going to significantly suffer because of it The same thing here when we talk about alternative investments, whether that's real estate Bitcoin I mean you name it. We always say, Hey, no more than 5% of your portfolio should be invested in it, because if all of a sudden something happens if 2000 and eight comes back and all of a sudden the real estate market crashes, but you've got nothing but a real estate portfolio. You may have put yourself back 10 15 20 years from where your goals were. No, you can't do that, Craig. You know that really stayed on, Lee goes up. Nothing could possibly go wrong And And that's the thing is, people don't understand or think about the pitfalls, right? And they're they're right. And we've talked about it on this show about how to properly invest in real estate. Because, you know, a lot of people say, Oh, well, I'm gonna buy a bigger house and I'll just rent out my old house, and they think immediately they have a rental business or rental property. And that's not. That's not the correct approach. I asked somebody when they ask me about Bitcoin. I said to him, I say, Well, is it an investment? Or is the currency? Yeah. And they said, Well, I think it's a combination of both. I said so as a currency. What is it? Who backs it? Who has the guns behind it. In other words, do they have the tanks to pull out to protect it like you do with the dollar? It's a big deal because the dollar is backed by the US government. You're always backed by the European Union and so forth. So who is backing Bitcoin? Internet. It's right. There's no real real answer. They're here. Maybe, but we don't know what it is. I find out that answer and if it is an investment Okay. How are you treating it right. How does it work? So just be cautious. The same thing applies the gold. Right? We talk about gold and on the show quite a bit because it's a popular topic should have invested in gold. And I think the number one thing for people and I tell people if they want to buy gold, go by a very small portion of it and then hold on to it for months and go try to sell it. And see and see what happens. And then the reality will set in because you're gonna find out that there's a spread between what you paid for it what you can sell it for and how liquid it is right. Who's gonna bite from you, and so you will be limited. And so it's so it's a good practice to understand before you get into it, just Apple, right, Right, something very small, and that's unfortunately what people do When it comes to this this day Trading is they dabble. Then they hit and they hidden win. And then they double down and then they lose. Not only that, but then you get the other side of the coin. To where hey, of someone hits it big. And they go to sell some of it. They think. Oh, that's great. I made money. They don't understand that nine times out of 10. You're gonna have some taxes that that's a good point. And now all of a sudden, it's like, Oh, shoot. Well, I had my $100,000 worth of winnings or earnings. I'm only going to get to keep 70 like. Well, how does that work? 70. What do you talking about? If it's short term, they're gonna lose more than that. Well, there you go. And that's and that's exactly it is understanding tax ramifications behind it. Another good one is is, uh, time Shares right? How many people are exposed to the opportunity to invest in a timeshare right? And before you know it You regret the decision after and there's a reason they don't let you leave. There's a reason they want everything signed there. There's a reason they want both parties. If you're married husband and wife. They want all parties there that can legally sign is because there's a lot of buyer's remorse. Once you start to understand what you got into But Stephen, you get the free trip. Don't forget that's true. The helicopter ride.

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"couple weeks ago" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"couple weeks ago" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Interest rates where we build its booming found in 2050 50 year track Did you steady cash back by $1.2 Billion contract developments. All right, except investors class A ballistic fund. Your zebra lamp 10% return electronically. Expensive tax free income with bonuses to 21% on prime Isn't your protective apartment building in the 1st 58? In crime related development, avoiding stock market rest calls Now into the manor Prime developed. See for yourself. The math works just 201210272701210 to 77 automatically security only brand pet for the last three portions of the recording. My mother is four years old and still around the building. So scared about 40 years. Thank you. Thank you. Government. It is real Bill Handel. It's not exactly a report by surprise. You might have all sorts of talents. Communication. You know that You bought the car from from John from ships. I'm sorry. Sold a car? Yeah, hold it. Hold it just well, it's just breaking glass. Actually, complaints filed against Robin Hood filing the Southern street and we're breaking his own. That's not gonna be a thing that's from 1960 0. That's like summer so much earlier than that, I'd say, probably Violetta twenties. I don't enjoy every year old breaking yourself. I think that what we should do is not without breaking the sound. That's more like that. Right? Do we have a llama spitting sound? Jacob. Lot of skinny. It's gonna get cold so well, you know, we love for testing positive coming here. But those girls to go class action suit filed in New York. They let in the Robin hood of the ability of the service in an effort to get them out of the best people and financial institutions. This is ours. Everybody informed users that would restrict stocks, including James, Stop right there began a couple weeks ago when it looked like once we decided to short games at the game stop. Have a good game stop in probably 20 years and so must be like, Wow, it's told Robin Wright trying to make some money office on business. Well, people on Reddit somebody we're doing it since room Gamestop through you so he started me movements and the socks soared. They crowd sourced saving Gamestop sock and it worked and now hedge funds have lost Money hand over fist, but not so He's one of the boats before. Got straight down. Hard words to say Gamestop short selling! Stop! Stop! It's not a little bit more kick. Study. C. H G check study. $14.95 a month service. Um There are 46 million textbook.

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"couple weeks ago" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"couple weeks ago" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"A couple weeks ago, I was on the air that I met these guys just coming by and helping me. But, like a sense of friendship is Certainly not. I don't know. It's not top on the list. I have friends. I mean, Scott and Ben on. I don't know, I think sometimes would. So it happens is that people get to know you, Tom through the radio. And then they expect you to be the same guy on the radio that you are in person, and I don't want to be that guy. I don't want to be doing that jumper tactic. I don't want to jump in the news, swears sit there and find somebody find me fascinating, but I know but just that's that. I love that since you brought it up. That this sight inside Do you think that's true? What your therapist said that what you your biggest fear is to not really be understood or appreciated. I don't know how he put it, but not appreciating. Not known. Not no not known not known and not that it's all you got in this great human being toe, you know, unfurl and figure out, but just somebody being curious about who Who I am or what I think. And yeah, and then Yeah, I mean, I I Yeah, it's okay. You go out to your friends with somebody or at the dinner with some of that. No one ever bothers to ask a question about you. And it's probably it. Yeah. So, Wow, that's fine. Just talking to my sister. My sister today I said you know what? Last night it was snowing. It was that sounded. That's no I sort of took me back. Sit on days like that Mayor would may Aunt Mary would call me and Mary taught fourth grade for 32 years, And on snowy days she was snow was coming. She would call me and she would say Okay, Michael. I'm pretty sure you're gonna have off tomorrow and I said, don't really choose but do your homework anyway, and I wouldn't And then it's night every laying in bed and I could hear way way up the street. The sound of the chains of the tire of the Plow coming.

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"couple weeks ago" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"couple weeks ago" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"It's called a temporary would at the White House, which means that reporters can usually step out. Grab a cup of coffee. Grab lunch because the president wouldn't be doing anything so for ELISA next 15 minutes. We would not expect some sort of public statement from the president. Now. That doesn't mean the president can't continue his public message on Twitter, But you're the president. Had certainly does some of this in greasing weeks with the president's encouraging people to come to Washington. The president, you know, As I said on December 19 tweeting big protest in DC January 6 be there will be wild and and now you look back just a couple weeks ago that he says this and the TV scenes unfolding. I think there's a bit of criticism, of course for the president that he was telling people to come with the explicit purpose of reading. Come up with these continued false claims about an election that was stolen from him an election that was rigged when there's just no evidence of that. But, you know, our reporters who were out there along the protest route today has said it's hard to convince anybody that what the president is saying is not correct that it is baseless that there is no evidence of fraud. These people, his supporters believe this NBC's Karen Trevor's with US from Washington as protesters have Breached the United States Capitol as members of Congress were debating the electoral college results. The House is now being evacuated as protesters into the building. President Trump has tweeted to stay peaceful officers have now drawn their guns off the house floor. There was a shot fired, according to a pool reporter in the chamber of the House of Representatives. There's an armed standoff at the house front door. Police officers have their guns drawn. It's somebody who was trying to reach the front door of the house. They tried the main doors. On, and they've now barricaded the doors with some kind of heavy piece of furniture. There does appear to be the sound of gunfire, according to reporters inside the House chamber. And members of the House have been ordered to get on the floor because of this armed standoff. Producers. I've heard broken glass on and other objects that may have been thrown toward the House chamber. Let's get outside the chamber on outside onto the street. ABC is Kenneth Mountain is there George.

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"couple weeks ago" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"couple weeks ago" Discussed on WGN Radio

"8 38. I'm trying to remember how to do this. Even though I Spent the last couple of weeks doing practice shows in the basement. Still, little foreign wake up early. Come in again, It's could be with you on the morning drive again, and we have a lot of feedback. Emails and texts. So let's go through some of this, Um, the only thing I liked about the opening of the show. In the morning. Was Bob saying, he's an idiot. Yeah, I think that that was. I think the last broadcast we did before the The holiday break. I did say that. Didn't I glad you liked it? Um, and we're still getting lots of messages about that Tom Cruise rant. How do you think the Tom Cruise thought his covert grant would self destruct in 10 seconds? Where people emailing that audio clip as a holiday greeting to folks. I wonder, Um, let's see here. Get some more on that. Um, where is it here? Oh, yeah. No, no. Uh oh. I guess as a good antidote to that people like the moment is then we played after we played Tom Cruise a couple weeks ago. I love the moment Is that needed it. I just saw my bank account. Yikes. That's why we do that. Uh, see if we're gonna do one again tomorrow. We didn't really have time today. Bob. My neighbor called me early one morning, but caller I d was the name of the company of his company. I knew his profession but not the name of his company. I answered the phone in my early morning annoyed at a sales call voice. I didn't recognize his voice. He wanted me to make sure their garage doors were closed. Not bad. And how I'd initially answered. Let that be a lesson on how to be cordial Even when you're suspicious. I know what you mean. I know what you mean. Um Good morning, Bob. The name Cleveland should choose instead of the Indian should be in honor of Maxwell Klinger from MASH. If you change it to the Cleveland mud hymns. A MASH fan. Um, morning Bob naps in the afternoon on most of the most important part of a mature lifestyle. It's the only way to be alert later and be able.

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"couple weeks ago" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"couple weeks ago" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"We discussed that a lot about who had a better chance of winning an M V. P. Was it Cady? Or was it staff? And the answer for markets is that it's Steph because if he were to win an M v P, or if the Warriors were to make the playoffs stuff is gonna be playing at M V P level, 30 points or something per game, Right. You're not looking for 60 a game from Steph, you are looking for him to beat teams in different ways, which is what he did. Yesterday. He scored on all three levels. He shot from outside. He shot from inside. He was hitting little runners. He got to the free throw line 19 times. That's by the way, how you know Steph has arrived, is a superstar. Right member that used to be the knock was that's how you know steps, not a superstar because he's not getting those calls. He's getting calls around the hoop. Now I I know he flies and flings himself, sometimes a little bit more than he should and markets and actually said that to me Marcus Thompson a couple weeks ago and said, You know, I feel like because he's so good at making shots with contact. Sometimes maybe he is seeking it out, or he's anticipating contact more than you otherwise should. Well. He was on fire yesterday, and you would assume that 62 points just a barrage of three pointers. The fact that he did it in different ways that he was attacking that he was finding lanes. Draymond hit on this, too, he said. You could see it in his face early in the game that this type of stuff was starting to get to him that people talking about his legacy. People saying he's gonna win a championship without Kevin Durant, he's gotta win An M V P again that for some reason, hey, didn't have the ramp up to this legacy. That other players have had, and he touched on all of this. By the way after the game last night, he hears it all. He sees it all, he says he takes it personally, and that's what led to this type of performance. This type of explosion. Now it doesn't hurt that they've won the rebound battle for the first time against the opponent all season. 60 to 51 they win The rebounding battle doesn't hurt that yet for other players in double digits, which is not something that's been happening around Steph so far. Andrew Wiggins in 21 yesterday, Eric passport chips in with 10, and you go well on Lee, one guy off the bench and at double digit points, and that was Paschal, and he played pretty well against a really soft second defensive unit. For Portland eat his cancer is one of the worst defenders in the league and Paschal a bunch of little pull up and pop song. I mean, he had a couple of good games off the bench. He kind of got rhythm a little bit offensively, and that's what they need. They need these guys who are in the second tier to step up and score a little bit. And you'd like if one other starter is gonna have a big night. He kind of like it to be Wiggins being that he's while he defended. Well, I thought yesterday um He doesn't do is much off the ball when he's not scoring as Kelly you break Does Kelly, who breaking impact the game elsewhere, and we've seen his shooting woes early this season, but when he's not going right, and he's getting out there, and he's blocking shots, or he's making steals, which, by the way, there was a great note From Anthony Slater on Kelly. You Brit Junior the notice this on Lee, four other players have excuse me. Here it is. Kelly over junior has 10 steals and six blocks on the season on Lee. Four other players have that many in both categories. And it's all guys who are like all MBA type talents. It's Andre Drummond, dear and Fox, Marcus. Smart and Cool Islander, dear and Fox. Not all NBA right now, but He's an elite speed point guard. So that's impressive. But Kelly Oubre Jr is in that conversation. So what they're looking for right now is offense, and they got it from Steph Curry in spades last night, 62 points and career high for him. It's a all time in our early in the The pantheon or in the early in the history of the Chase Center. But it is the most points ever scored at Chez Center in its its short history of short lived history here, so Steph Curry 62 the Warriors of three and three and they're back at it tonight. He did 36 minutes last night. Ah, lot of reaction from after the game stuff Kind of once he's calling out the pundits, but he gave a little bit of Ah nod. Like Really, You thought my legacy was done very much green, also with some incredible comments about Steph Curry also James Wiseman's first Career double double. How about that? He looked pretty good last night as well. Andre man with a great breakdown on what he's doing defensively, what he's seeing from the young number two overall pick. This is all stuff we could discuss is the warrior's back in action tonight at the Chase Center. Seven o'clock today, I think is because the King's tonight right is how did they get there? First regular season tilled with Sacramento so they'll play The King's Tonight. We also later in the show. Get into the 40. Niners. Kyle Shanahan could not be happier that this season has come to an end. I think everybody would like to be playing into into January into February with the 40 Niners with the way this season has gone one of the most difficult seasons any team has ever had to navigate the expectations for next year, I think are still pretty high, which is an interesting, interesting little nugget or note. I think surrounding this 40 Niner team gonna be a different off season but first reaction to Steph Curry.

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"couple weeks ago" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"It has closed up essentially on the New England Patriots, who are not going to reach the playoffs. And you know, it's interesting like We'll do this now with the paths, Jason. We're like, man. How did they beat You know, pick a team that they pick any win that they had this year. Like, how did they Remember, this is a Patriot team. It still could, you know, could finish seven and nine on the year. And if you look just a couple weeks ago before the collapse, um they had they beat the Baltimore Ravens. They beat the Arizona Cardinals. They beat the Chargers 45. Nothing stayed out in L, a got dismembered by the Rams and then the kind of the roof The roof fell in, but there was a time there were they won four out of five beat the Jets. Baltimore lost to Houston beat Arizona beat the Chargers for the roof fell, and I actually think Belle check has done an amazing job considering the limitations of this roster. Some will give just mentioned that but the whole chargers rams l a two step. I compared that to a trip in Vegas. You know how you go to Vegas and the great too long that none of the first night is always epic. It's alleged you're so excited to be there. You haven't seen your buddies. Everybody flies in you go so hard in the first night. Second night, Also, very, very good by the third night. You're exhausted. You know you're I can't even drink that much. I've no more drugs I'm done. That was the Patriots trip to l A right. First night, They crushed the Chargers. And then by the end of the week, they were. They had nothing left in the tank. They spent everything on the Chargers have got absolutely embarrassed. By the Rams on Thursday night Football. Um, yeah, I mean, look, I think that in Vegas in a while, have you Huh? I've never done that. Vegas, huh? What? Come again? No, I've never done that in Vegas. Ever in your life. I'm have done Vegas but never done Vegas. No. Why? I don't know. I got married right out of college. I don't know. I just never did. Vega. Okay, Well, you know, we had a couple buddies. We're going to do our fantasy football draft. At least that's what we tell the wives in August. And you know the draft to be done, like quickly online at any time. And then you just have a fun weekend. Um, my wife that listen, Trust me. She's asleep. You know, we got I think we're trying to lock up a cabana soon for August cause Vegas should be good. By August, right? The pool scene should be hopping. It's really interesting that only now are we concerned about spreading viruses in Vegas, and it's the Corona virus, which there's been a lot more things spread in Vegas far before this well, somebody had. I think you re tweeted this. Somebody put out an epic tweet. It was pouring in L a Yesterday rain all day, Hale and people said. Everybody refuses to stay inside during a global pandemic. Nobody wants to go outside because it's raining and just I love that I was I was using that without giving whoever sent it out credit toe like my friends over text message. People love that. Yeah, Really? I, um I think it Zafer Edwards, a fascinating time in which we we live in right like everybody's have you have you allowed your kids toe? Hang with other kids like what is your level of of it, right? I mean, we haven't been in anybody's house. Really? If there if we were it was we're having in anybody's house. And how long Well, I mean, like, Listen, if they were outside, the parents are outside hanging out and then the kids wanna go right inside Play video game. We make them leave the door open and the kids were a mask for, you know. Once inside, 30 minutes where I'm asked by the planetarium's Yeah, that was that a heartache. You know that tough? It's not like that. It's actually It's a pretty good idea. Yeah. And you leave the doors and windows open and hope for that draft, But, yeah, I have not. Really been in anyone's house in the last nine months Like we live in l A. The weather is great. You could just hang out outside. Okay? Have you done any kids sports? Maybe I should plead the fifth on that. But, yeah, we've done kids sports outside all outside. No. No gym. No indoor Jim's well, the beauty is, you know you could play basketball outside. S O. I've played some not good basketball. It's basketball, man. By the way, Jack, I got to say this. So we've been getting some dad games together. Just 21 to 3 on three. And a dad is in physic great physical shape. He runs. He's you know, good athlete. Hadn't played basketball in years and in the fourth game of 212, he's like somebody kicked me. I towards Gilly's tenant? Yeah, I felt awful for the hell of the guy. Like 44 43 a day. I just felt terrible for the guy so I mean, he's on the shelf now for, like, seven months, and the first thing we said, I hope this doesn't come out wrong was Man, I'd rather get covert than rupture My Achilles And like everybody, every single that I talked to the worst part is if you if you got I think the timeto have any sort of surgery, right?.

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