20 Burst results for "Cross eyed"

"cross eyed" Discussed on Threedom

Threedom

07:03 min | 4 months ago

"cross eyed" Discussed on Threedom

"Loser you are the loser. This text exchange. Paul text would be me who cares and i wrote back no fair now. Scott is the picker the picker. I mean here. We go pineapple next. I don't know to tropical. I feel like. I coco but i want an avocado guys. Okay yeah guys text. Each other. who's the avocado. And if the other person agrees that that person's the avocado and it takes it's a bold move to disagree but that's what happened last time all right. They're texting each other. We have come to an agreement. Okay hi guys. I'm a very busy person. I want and avocado today. I'm not gonna tell you what i'm gonna do with it. But i just want one and i know one of you guys is an avocado. So give me your pitch. Who's the avocado. Which scott let me just say you know why guac is extra. Because it's made out of me baby. And i am a big deal. Millennials can buy houses because they love you so much. I am a strange texture that you think you don't like but it turns out you do like it. You can put me on a sandwich you can mash me up and put me on chips. You can do whatever you like with me. I don't care just don't cut your fucking hands off while you're trying to come in half please i want you to be happy terry to pieces and enjoy makes a compelling case. I might just pick him right now. I don't know. I am the avocado. And i'm going to be really honest with you. I'm not always good. Sometimes i look. I'm going to be good. And then you cut me open and i'm nasty little brown mush and my little rock hard. Middle is the main event. Okay all of these very sexually people want want me. But they when they get me. They might be disappointed. Because it's there's a small window of time where i'm fantastic and when i'm fantastic. I'm bugging perfect and everyone's in love with me but that window passes by so quickly so it's really a risky thing. But i'm telling you by being so honest about it. You know that. I am actually the avocado. You're looking. You're looking down into the left every time you say you're the avocado leary oswald. I am the avocado. That was cross eyed sky sky lauren. It's full of pretty words. But you know what she's not full of a big crazy rock hard marble. If you don't cut around it right you're gonna fuck yourself up. Look i'm an avocado. And here's another fact about me. That i know and love is that rats can't get enough of me so if you have an avocado tree you better be prepared. Have some avocado rats. Because they love me and aren't humans and rats so similar in so many ways. We both like to be in houses. That aren't ours. We both we both. We both had songs sung about us by michael jackson. I am the avocado. And you can say for sure that i am not the macondo. Because that is a cancelled. Operetta by gilbert and sullivan avocado out. I don't want to belabor the point i'm the avocado. There's nothing more to it. It's that simple when i texted. I said i want to be the avocado cleese. Let me and paul said okay. How i remember it differently. I remember when we texted lawrence said. Should i be the avocado. No way it should be you and i said. Are you sure if you really want this. I want you to have it. And she said no paul. You should be the avocado. I don't wanna be selfish. You law sounds due for exchange. That really wisconsin. It was a lot of predictive phrases. Oh that's true. That's a good point a liar. Okay i'm ready. I'm ready to fight a little more. He's aligarh. Lauren lies all the time. She's the prince of lives. We don't have insult each other. Personal lawrence is a lot more in his a allying. Lauren wouldn't know the truth of fucking fucking even ask them a question. Because i he's always gonna lie for no reason. It's always about her name is she'll say it's roger what's your name roger me tell you all right. I'm ready to make my decision I think paul knows the most about avocados but isn't that a lot like ourselves. We don't really know ourselves that well you know so. I don't know the avocado would know itself all that well and really that whole text exchange was way too long. I thought it was eupol. Until then i'm gonna go with lauren lawrence the avocado. It was me you eighty. I one palsy only winter. Two out of three congrats. Paul thank you. It feels like one out of three no one to well. Yes i guessed correctly. I picked because only a winner if you guessed the avocado otherwise there's guide win lose or speaks words. Listen thank you everybody. As of this recording shoot charms are back in stock. So get those. There's a lot of other fun. Merchant at the freedom store pouch wag dot com. So make this the year for the rest of twenty twenty one. You're going to be decked out head to toe to toe eat them dear. We talked about marriage sheri's earlier we're selling freedom hats with instead of a little button. At the top with chino. Cherry at the top. That say three tomorrow him so go get. 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A Prayer for Clarity

Your Daily Prayer

04:13 min | 8 months ago

A Prayer for Clarity

"Per year for clarity i make bucher read by liam martin his divine power has given us everything we need for a godly life through our knowledge of him who called us by his own glory and goodness second peter. One three okay. The receptionist will already us. Six months for the left is prescription and six months for the right is prescription. In that moment. i realized. I've been wearing my contacts in the wrong is for most of the summer right. Before twenty twenty. My age old prescription had finally changed. But for most of twenty twenty. I'd worn my glasses. I had forgotten. Both my eyes were no longer remedied by the same prescription. No wonder i felt slightly cross eyed a lot of the summer. It's hard to see clearly without the right prescription. It's still hard to see with the right prescription in the wrong is simon. Peter wrote his second letter to the church later. In his life to encourage and instruct christ followers in how to live a godly life. Because god has given christians all they need to become spiritually matured the nav biblical theology study bible explains they must actively pursue spiritual maturity if they expect to receive a rich welcome. Into god's eternal kingdom heater was one of the three who witnessed the transfiguration of christ. He was in jesus close circle of friends. He knew what it meant to follow the shepherd you knew. It wasn't just enough to know about jesus for those early church members and us today spiritual warfare wages to distract and confuse us. Heater knew it would be important. Then as it is to us now to live our lives as a reflection of god's glory how do we do that with the right prescription the correct perspective. Our physical human sight and insight is limited. We must learn to seek god in his word and yield to the spirits nudge. In our lives. He's given us everything we need to live a godly life. That glorifies his name the more we earnestly seek him the more clearly we can see. Let's pray father. You have made this day and we will rejoice and be glad in it. Abba father savior. Jesus spirit comforter all glory and honor we lift to you. We look to you for provisions and healing stand in awe of the beauty and blessing use around our lives with even when we can't see straight help us to see ourselves others and creation through your perspective. God help us see clearly having is to see as you want us to see we want your will for our lives father because your promises are greater than anything we can ask for or imagined and beyond our perspective site. Help us to remember. You are creator. Our author are compassionate and caring father. Christ jesus may we follow you faithfully and look to you before scrambling for our own solutions. Hugh our eyes and our insight so we may truly see in. Jesus name amen.

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"cross eyed" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:35 min | 9 months ago

"cross eyed" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Only shot for the Toronto Thank you, mister. Hey, Bear. He did have a clean breakaway and Shannon grab his leg. He broke free. And then he tripped. But you see, it was all done by circuit champ not being concise, quickly. Getting the puck in the zone. Well, the try to escort me to the first two games. He's looking to give his team a 31 lead here with the penalty shot. First penalty Shall we've had in a game this year for against the lightning Vetrano speeding on the right way. Now he slows up dangling in front. Vetrano shoot score. Beautiful finish. Yeah. Nice. One Good shot. He comes down in a Goes to his back and then to the forehand and snaps a shot. Just inside the hash back of house marks as MCA. Lenny's back in and he beats him. Three goals in the last three games and four on the year. That was a terrific finished by Vetrano in the Lightning or down 31. It started to play better since Tippet Gold made it 2 to 1, But that was a big turnover. The lead to the breakaway the penalty shot that's two goals on definitely given boy giveaways maroon in his own zone. Cross eyes, Hedman has to grab it bounce for Jamil Smith. Smith, the center ice chops it forward. Volkov guides it in and chases. Alex broke out after the puck behind the net. Wins it for maroon by the gold is checked by law. Hamburg Blomberg wins it for Yan Dollar rips it out. Look at this. Grabbing.

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"cross eyed" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

05:08 min | 9 months ago

"cross eyed" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"A. P. According to this headline here. Steve Lamb on Fox News. It says Americans will eat a record. 1.42 billion. Bilion chicken wings during the Super Bowl coming up next weekend. We love our chicken wings. Let me ask you this question. Before you get to your prop bets that you've worked so hard on. Where do all these chickens come from? Arkansas. I'll be darned. That's a good answer. Do you ever driven that state? Yeah, yeah, You know, they've got chicken houses everywhere. You know how your windshield will. We'll get eaten up by bugs when you have bugs When you're driving thousands of chick. Now, every three Arkansas What's going to be interesting is usually this is a huge, so social gathering. Yes, it is. Do you have a Super Bowl party party? Or do you go? You know what? You're not invited this year? Yeah, well, it's gonna be tough to have a Super Bowl party and Try to do the covert thing and keep yourself safe. But what are some of the one of the some of the events and you and I could feel like this is the one that everybody seems to bet on. That is the outcome of the coin toss. Okay, That's that's a normal one yet will it be heads or will it be tails? Yeah, yes, yeah. What will the call for the coin toss? Be? Heads, my Lord Tail. You You could bet on the call. You could bet on the outcome. Yeah. Which team will win the coin toss. Well, she better which can you better? Which team will lose the coin toss? I guess you could. We're not even into the game yet and what will be the decision? Of the coin toss winner. You could bet on that differ Your option to the second half. Art takes the opening kickoff. Yeah, stupid. What were you gonna say? I said, What will the decision be made by the team that wins the toss and I said, Forfeit. Total. Want to go home, you little number of players to attempt a pass. Meaning somebody other than Tom Brady or Patrick Mahomes. You can bet on that. Yeah. Which means that if that happens a lot One of those guys has gotten hurt. Come bet on any high odds there. Yeah. Yeah. Offensive or defensive lineman will score a touchdown. It's an interesting back that he had had to be a fumble of some sort. So You can bet average play. Yeah, on the final play of the game. Well, the quarterback taking me No kidding. And then if you're not betting on the coin toss Who wins the Super Bowl. M V P. Well, there's a bunch of in this game. Um Well, you basically have everybody's betting on my homes right now. Yeah. Thinking Hill. You'll win. Now, where do you have to go? Can you make these bets from your home here in Texas? Do you have to know? Bookie? I don't know if that's legal. Well, that's what I'm asking. I don't know if it's legal, so You can find a bookie. That doesn't zoom call you Kenbrell anywhere E mean, there's so many places now. States that do have legalized gambling. I just did the story about how his New Jersey has surpassed Nevada. And what they're bringing in and that's because Nevada They still don't have mobile betting. You have to go. Into a building. Nevada you can destroy through and go. Here's 20 bucks on the Cowboys to lose on Sunday. If you're new to this world are you considered kind of Ah, you're gonna get looked at Cross eyed if you walk up to a bookie and say, I want to put $20 on purple Gatorade. They're just gonna beat you up right there. I'll take your money. Money's money. What will happen first in the game? Sack or a touchdown. Thank you, Steve. Let your choices So he's not done. Is he still going? No hope for all morning long here. Yeah, well, will there be three unanswered scores in the game? Well, I'll call veto the homebuilders. Corby overturns my review. Uh, that's enough. What will be the result of the first coach of the down, Shutting down 6 11 W B A P coming up next Executive orders air flying out of the White House. Windows everywhere will have a We'll go over those executive orders after traffic.

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"cross eyed" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:15 min | 10 months ago

"cross eyed" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Always asked what it's all fucked. Listen, smart replies. You take me Don't talk enough went out to move. Not suspect. I'm real life Shoot Group Leader you say you're just scared away everything you say. You're unbelievable, but mine always such a way. Be one small. No, but this time I really love you should really leave you this man. You say your trust to get away with everything you say you're unbelievable. You told me you can ask him pushing down the rest of bringing jobs. Don't think of the fun starts pushing down the better. You gotta bring that used to walk. Well, brace yourself. Great. So believe me, Madam. Young question us. Crossed Get away from things you say is what I love more business. You say your crossed eyes give you away for the day You say you're unbelievable. You're so unbelievable. Yeah, I'm bringing in about two weeks. You're unbelievable. It's a 90 minute commercial Free ride West Poems. Greatest hits one of 79..

"cross eyed" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:14 min | 10 months ago

"cross eyed" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Free food. She gets me out of the car when I get there and starts introduced me to all her cop friends. I've never talked to cops before when they weren't giving me a ride. Yeah, They're cool matter, Sergeant. This big guy, Sergeant Wilson. He was nice, but he was cross eyed. Get pulled over by that guy like that. Get out the car! Shoot him first Shit. I'm glad you got 8080 Miles an hour. You guys, even that guy you were drag racing. If you're cross eyed, I'm sorry. Hey, Hey, hey, hey. James Johann and the cross eyed cop. I'm Dave Cereal. Good morning to you. It's a Saturday morning, and that means you ought to know 8 to 10 right here on CBM. Phone lines are open. For those of you that don't call in a lot, or you say, Oh, I can't call it because I never could get through. The line is always busy. Well this morning. Probably not gonna be that case. It's the day after Christmas, and a lot of people are still sleeping in and Well, they're just getting over eating all that food. That's what it is. I know I am made it hard to make it to the studio today. So give us a call at 4 10 wcbm 6 80 That's for one hour. 92266 80 outside of Baltimore. Call us toll free 1 800 Wcbm 6 80. I was mentioning about the Ford recall on the Explore being the 10th recall for that vehicle on the 2020 explore the brand new 2021 East Series, The E vans are being recalled. They have a potential heat management issue that results in a possibility of a problem with the engine cover, which could cause a burn, so the resulting he plead can cause high in cabin service temperatures. And that can cause a boo boo. So 33,000 of these guys are going to be involved in this recall. Once again, That's the 2021 the brand new E. Syria's vans are being recalled because of a possibility of a burn inside the cabin because of a heat management issue. So that's a pretty big deal. Wanna make sure we get that squared away? General Motors is recalling 840,000 vehicles for seatbelt and suspension problems. Altogether. Seatbelt Recall covers 626,019 through 21 3 model years of the Chevy Silverado 1500, the GMC Sierra 1500, along with the Suburbans and also the GMC Yukons of the 2021 model years. All have to have this split bench seats and the pickups with bucket seats are not Affected. Let's go to the phones we have. I believe it's a metal in white marsh. How you doing, sir? Hey, Dave. How you doing, buddy? I'm doing great. Merry Christmas to you Hope you had a great holiday. Yeah, really did good. It was funny. I grew up in Bel Air. Okay. How long did you have? What vehicle Service. Plus, I had vehicle service Plus there for nine years. Nine years. Okay? Yes. What was money Because my wife and I were cruising around looking at lights and all that on Christmas Eve and I went up past You can still see Dave Syria in the shadow of vehicle service. Plus, you know, I told my wife I said, Look, it's the ghost of women. Don't say ghost. I'm not. I'm not. I'm not. I'm still with us. I'm still with us here. I promise to two of my employees Aaron and Joe Two of my employees. Aaron and Joe bought the business from me in 2018 and doing real well, and they're good guys. They both have been with me for 10 years before they bought the business, so they know they know how I run a business than they. I think they're running it very close to what I used to deal with. As far as my customers the way I treat my customers, so it's it's all good. Yeah, but I wasn't sure how long you were there. And, you know, I'm 54. I went the Bellaire high school all that. And but it was just a good thing, And I was telling my wife Yeah, that said if you don't listen to him a radio ghost does the ghost. Okay, just smart because you live in Florida. Well, not too smart yesterday and today we're gonna have a high of only 54 today, and it went down in the thirties both nights, So it's a little chilly down here, but it is beautiful still down here, so no complaints. Yeah. All right, buddy. Well, thank you Appreciate the call. Of course. It's an awesome show. You know, I'm one by six. I'm heading down to Solomon's Island to get some oysters. And, uh, I'll tell you what man it's always to season in Maryland and Nothing beats that. Yes, sir. All right, when you have a good one. Well, thank you Appreciate the call. Have a blessed day. Come on. Happy New Year. By the way, All of our listeners and all of our sponsors wish you a happy New year two. Of course, Michael is in Hunt Valley. Good morning to you, Michael. Hey, Dave, How are you.

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"cross eyed" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"cross eyed" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Our veterans on Veterans Day and every day W A B C traffic in transit. There's an accident on the outbound Galanis approaching 39 Street. We're starting to see a lot of heavy traffic here from Atlantic Avenue around 2 39 Street. Be confident. We've got a delay on the Jackie Robinson Parkway westbound right around Metropolitan Avenue Traffic is starting to slow. Van Wyk is backed up south bound from the Kew Gardens that air change. Right on down and through Jamaica Avenue. Some heavy traffic developing of the South bound, cross eyed parkway Approaching the southern state. Staten Island. Westbound Staten Island Expressway. Construction delays from Slauson Avenue after Victory Boulevard and in Jersey, we gotta slow down West Ban on route 22 from week Wait. Park out Toe Boy Street in Hillside, Jake, Relax, Talk radio 77. That's Juliette. We continue. None Stop here. Since one in the morning. We have been honoring our veterans. Yes, we have from all different eras. Many women who have served our country both in peacetime and wartime and Based on our announcement yesterday, right in front of our our facilities here on the Upper East side. What is it that we're asking that our listeners put on their poles and put on their oak tree? Everything else? Trees?.

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"cross eyed" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"cross eyed" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Degrees Sunny on Sara Lee Kessler. And now what's trending on 77 W. A. B, C and w abc radio dot com. The NYPD boosting the number of uniformed cops on patrol ahead of Labor Day in response to a surge in street violence. New York City malls and casinos in the state can reopen September 9th with Corona virus restrictions. The city says 88% of schools are ready to go. No word yet on in Jordan. Dining at city restaurants, the doubt down nearly 3%, the NASDAQ Down nearly five profit taking And now your forecast from the Ramsey Super Weather Center High 85. Next updated three streaming at home on your smart speakers. Just say place 77 double you. ABC traffic in transit up next ABC traffic in transit. There's heavy traffic on route 80 in New Jersey eastbound through Totowa coming in through exit 55 with construction lot of heavy volume as well in that area of New Jersey on route 46 eastbound 46 is slow from route 23 right on and through Brauer Town Road. We've got delays. Westbound Cross Bronx is jammed bumper to bumper traffic from West History. Anthony down to the W B over a 15 minute ride and the eastbound L I e for the Kiwi after the cross Eyed Parkway That's about a four A minute trip. I'm Jake. Release talk radio 77. W A. B. C. This is very exciting. This is very.

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"cross eyed" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"cross eyed" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Doug Ducey has really done a fantastic job. President Trump heaping praise on our governor when the two met at the White House yesterday gives Doug Ducey the credit for Arizona's improving Coben. 19 numbers a state that is a model for applying a science based approach to the decreasing cases and hospitalizations without implementing A punishing lock down, President Trump says Arizona was the first state to implement a White House guidelines for handling the pandemic. The county's medical director says there was a big increase in deaths in June and July. Many do directly to Cove in 19 And now America County Medical Examiner's office has moved 22 bodies two rented temporary morgue coolers. Katya is Jim Crosses live in Phoenix, Jamie that happening on Monday went on site capacity reached 86%. At the medical examiner's office of this comes less than a month after the offsite cooler capacity was added in response to the surgeon cover 19 death. This is county spokesman Their fields. Mostly they were moved out of the internal coolers into the external extra coolers that that the county is leased A this point This was to create some capacity. No, The coolers are not overflowing. Now they're waiting Pick up from the funeral home system. Of the body's live in Phoenix jump crossed eyes and education tomorrow, Arizona's school districts will get the state guidelines for safely reopening classrooms. America County's medical director has her own recommendations. Dr. Rebecca Sonnenschein wants a 5% positivity rate for covert 19 tests, then the decrease in the number of cases and or the rate of cases per 100,000 persons. She also wants a threshold of at least two weeks to showcases are trending. And staying down. That's just to tell us this isn't a one off. This isn't bouncing up and down. This is really a sustained and stable rate. Dr Sonnenschein says Reopening classrooms depends on school preparedness and personal efforts to stop Cove in 19 Peter. Same or Katie our news. You will find all of these stories about the pandemic and many others that are dot com slash corona virus. Let's get an update on traffic,.

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"cross eyed" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"cross eyed" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Of course, we'll be talking about it a lot. I'll be planted on my digital platform tomorrow, but Joe Biden's I started going. Cross eyed. He looked like the little stuffed animal you went from the carnival. You know, when you go pop the balloon with the darts and you get the little cheap animal and you look at him. The eyes were all crazy. They float everywhere. That's what Joe Biden's eyes looked like. He was getting tired. Obama is such a liar, but he's a good liar. Oh, he I'm telling you, No. One but no one knows how to read a teleprompter like Barack Obama. And Brock. You lied again to the public like you lied about Obama care. You get to keep your doctor if you want. Your doctor lied about Iraq and the war. He lied about asshole. Remember? You could never say Isis. It was always whistle because God forbid you throw the Muslim brotherhood under the bus. I mean, Barack, if people are getting selective amnesia today, shame on them Because Barack Obama in the eight years of hell that you put this country through the divide that you started with this country. You come off like you care. You don't give two damns about this country, because if you did Did. Benghazi would have never happened? Let's not forget that And then Susan Rice went on TV and lied and said it was a YouTube video. This is the Barack Obama. That's the real Barack Obama throwing Christians under the bus, throwing the police under the bus. That's the real Barack Obama. And by the way, Joe Biden wasn't your first choice. It was Evan by Let's not. Let's not forget. See, I don't get selective amnesia. Evan by was your first choice. But Axelrod in his memoir had to make it very clear that he couldn't have two boring candidates because you know, Evan by was very much an MBA type kind of like you boring and dry, and they needed someone like Joe Biden, who is a loony tune. You know, he's like the clown. He's like the court jester and you know he had connections in China. Obviously. What a joke! What a joke. If this is what you're looking for Friends in November then Joe Biden is your guy. But you're gonna have more of what we're seeing in New York. Shootings have surged 220%. Murders are up 24% since Comrade de Blasio has taken the police to a level off almost non existence. This is the Democratic Party. This is the liberal socialist. Why did we even call the Democrats anymore? Let's start calling them what they are. From now one and producer Nate and Sean, please continue to remind me it is Democratic Socialist. I want to put down good Democrats. I know a lot of good Democrats. I don't want to put down Democrats, its democratic socialist that air doing this, like the Blasio. Like the mayor of Chicago, and thank God that Donald Trump is a law and order candidate or Excuse me, Law and order President. Because he has deployed federal agents to Chicago. See, because he really cares about the lawlessness going on there. You know, the black on black crime murders every weekend murders every weekend, and Lori Lightfoot doesn't give two craps. Instead, she said she'll sue the Trump Administration if federal agents step out of line in Chicago. So what you're saying Mayor Lightfoot is black on black crime under your watch is okay. Miss Black lives matter Supporter And by the way, where is the black lives matter? Why aren't you In the urban districts of Chicago with your signs with your protest ng to stop the black on black crime. Why aren't you There isn't important to you. This president has to take action because of the in action. This would be a Biden administration. And if you think Barack Obama was bad, if you think Barack Obama took this country down the crapper Just wait until a Biden administration it will be the worst that you've ever seen..

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"cross eyed" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"cross eyed" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It's ATM across the Emirates this is good but they break Middle East music in it if you need to buy and I'm Tracy Alloway in Hong Kong well you said let's check in on the Philippines because they actually shut down stock trading on Monday and this Tuesday have announced closures for both bonds and FX training trading that means the Philippines has become the first country to shut down its markets during this corona virus outbreak and the ensuing market selloff at a time when we have been seeing calls for other parts of the world including the U. S. to do something similar S. and P. five hundred futures world limit up earlier this morning giving you a sense of the volatility that's the fifth time that we have seen circuit breakers kick in for U. S. equity futures alone in about eight days currently trading up by about three point five percent use of we're seeing a bit of a rebound in terms of appetite for risk assets and I want to run you through the treasury that are trending lower as a result of that I live in a four volume that is surrounding this trade the New York fed plans to continue working along they're gonna be purchasing roughly forty billion dollars of treasuries across the curve by a six operations on Tuesday there is absolutely little bit of volatility still very much in play when it comes to funding markets despite the emergency actions we got from the fed but there's also growing evidence that it's beginning to get some traction it's beginning to work let's get to some of the other quarters of the markets now so become a routine in Hong Kong and I got back in the Mumbai I got my let's start to ways you then what is the situation doing in India well you suffer any hopes falsely Newmarket staying in the green were dashed in the first couple of minutes we did start off with gains of around one percent to about selling at two it took over and for now all benchmark indices in investment that will include the nifty and the sensex currently trending once again in the red we have seen a lot of volatility and the the India weeks a spike even further to eleven year highs and as notice fight for the Indian nineteen sixty though except for the ruby which has strengthened against the US dollar to a certain extent but it still remains out Monty Louis and that of course remains a concern at this point in time for that for now as far as Indian markets go all right and so we let's head over to you how's the rest of Asia faring this morning well Asian investors are being put through their paces given the volatility is are trying to find the bottom here and southeast Asian markets are among the region's lacquers check out Malaysia's stock index sliding to a decade low as coronavirus cases topped five hundred and the country repairs for a locked down and create assets on the retreat with the costly and clean one sliding to ten year lows while bonds rallied as vehicles emergency rate cut right that that is not a leading economic concerns Ozzie shares former today after suffering the worst one ever on Monday bargain hunters maybe on the prowl with eighty six two hundred trading at about one and a half times book value but it's hard to see a bottom here as earnings impact is still being assessed now in the aviation engine for example more profit downgrades are likely as airlines are seeking bailouts and Qantas extending the year to date lost to sixty percent as a customer all overseas flights cafes sliding for fourth session in Hong Kong as the flags a two hundred fifty seven million dollar loss in February alone and alas right guys on the on the cross eyed looking closer to parity for the first time since the nineteen seventies Yousef and that will getting a boost from new Zealand's official spending package so if you think of it as a regular day in there and I got vakil let's say get back into the top story European leaders are preparing their nations for unprecedented curbs on life with efforts to contain the corona virus outbreak governments are rolled out a series of public addresses on the need for further restrictions after G. seven nations held a conference call on Monday French president Emmanuel mackerel had the starkest warning some.

Cynthia Forstmann Shares How Archetypal Storylines Help Leaders

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

03:43 min | 2 years ago

Cynthia Forstmann Shares How Archetypal Storylines Help Leaders

"I had a very formative experience back when I lived in Washington D C of meeting someone who was working working with archetypal storylines I'll tell you more about that in a minute but you know once we latched onto archetypes as a framework more for working with clients around their brand in their marketing programs that was just such a powerful way of helping gene leaders bring their teams together articulate kind of their passion their and even a growth strategy adage so while we came through the door of helping a company building brand once they became familiar with their own archetypal story lines. They kept calling us back. They wanted more. They wanted to you know how do I. How do I train my leaders around these core stories. How do I build out a marketing program. How do they recruit people. Get it that get what is super special about who we are in our story and let's pause before you go any further because it's just just go into a little bit about what is an archetype back just to make sure that we're we're getting everybody on the same page here yeah. It's a great question twenty years ago when we were using the word archetype. I don't think very many people at all new the word. I think it's more common today today. It's more often today but we definitely have people look at us cross-eyed when we came in and said we're GONNA talk about archetypes but archetype comes out of Carl young young in psychology. Many people are familiar with young because of the Myers Briggs assessment tools which are also amount of unions psychology psychology and archetypes are served with we consider them the other half of the young Ian whole they are universal timeless homeless story lines and characters that it considered part of the collective unconscious the idea that we scared as human beings and understanding of these timeless storyline so some of the archetypes you know our stories like hero and Creator and magician and Muehler and no matter his theory was no matter where you were in the world from a time standpoint or a geography standpoint it has human beings we understand kind of the motivations the passions the strengths and the shortcomings of those story lines and so you were bringing Neeson these end to work with these corporate partners and helping them look at their brand helping them work through leadership opportunities and changes changes in strategy and bringing this wonderful ancient stories basically storylines to the table to help facilitate those conversations since that's exactly right and I would say that the power behind the reason it was so powerful is because stories stories are really for human beings. It's how we make sense of the world right. It's how we communicate. It's how we remember things. It's how we carve out. What's what's meaningful in our lives is through stories in so to be able to bring that in you know in an make help organizations uncover. What are those deeper storylines running through our organization in? How do we capitalize on those things to really be authentic in in a brain and in in talking about what what we're all about an an how we get things done

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Congress Promised Student Borrowers A Break. Education Dept. Rejected 99% Of Them

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:29 min | 2 years ago

Congress Promised Student Borrowers A Break. Education Dept. Rejected 99% Of Them

"This message comes from n._p._r. Sponsor xfinity some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like xfinity x. by get get fast speeds. Even when everyone is online working to make wifi simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply now a story that affects tens of thousands of student loan borrowers congress expanded an effort to forgive the student loans of public servants. A new government watchdog report court says ninety nine percent of those people have been denied. N._p._r.'s corey turner got an early look at the report if you're feeling deja-vu well that's because this is is me on this program about this time last year twenty nine thousand applications for public service loan forgiveness have been processed so far and of those ninety nine percent have been denied in other words public service loan forgiveness or p._s. L. f. began in two thousand seven and it seemed simple enough work as a nurse firefighter. A teacher of the list is long while paying down your federal student loans and after ten years the education education department would forgive whatever's left matthew and heather austin who are teachers built their future around this promise. I remember sitting there when we found out that heather was pregnant with our first child and saying okay well when he's ten. We can take a vacation ten because that's when heather student loans would finally finally be forgiven under p._s. L. f. had there by the way did not want to talk about what has been a long painful odyssey for them. Both see p._s. L. f. isn't simple at all borrowers also have to have a certain kind of loan in a certain kind of payment plan last year when heather thought she'd met all the requirements the austin's got the letter. They'd been looking forward to open it up. Just kinda dropped instead of congratulations. The the letter said the austin's were still somehow ten more years away from loan forgiveness. It turns out. Matthew says they'd been in the wrong payment plan plan. I'm trying not to swear i i really this is the youngest i've been in my adult life. Congress heard the outcry from borrowers last year and tried to help this wasn't a puzzle or lottery congressman bobby scott. He is a virginia democrat and chairman of the house. Education committee is just incredible that we we had to <hes> last year passed legislation to create an emergency programme congress set aside seven hundred million dollars and relaxed some of those rigid rigid requirements so more people could qualify so for the past year tens of thousands of borrowers like heather austin have applied for this emergency n._c. Temporary fix but n._p._r. Has obtained an audit of the program's first year by the government accountability office and here's the deja-vu g._a._o. G._a._o. says as with the original program ninety nine percent of applications for this expansion of p._s. L. f. are also being denied nine. I think we were disheartened. I think we were discouraged. Melissa emory heiress led this new g._a._o. Investigation and he wanted to help a lot a lot of people <hes> and you don't want borrowers to be confused about the eligibility criteria and to face a high denial rate <hes> in yet. That's what we found the g._a._o. Report out today says most denials seventy one percent were because of a technicality borrowers who know they don't qualify for p. S. l. f. still have to apply for it so they can be rejected before they can apply for the fix and that's exactly what's happened to matthew and heather royston. What sort of kafka's thing we in here where i apply for one thing. I'm told them tonight for this and if i'm denied for this i should apply for another thing and then when i get to the second can thing. I'm told that i haven't been denied for the first thing i mean i really i mean. I'm just cross eyed reading these things in its review the g._a._o. Recommends that the ed departments simplify the application asian process and give borrowers better information to navigate such a complicated system for its part the department says it agrees with the g._a._o.'s recommendations dacians about how to improve the programs and that a number of those efforts are already underway corey turner n._p._r. News.

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"cross eyed" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"cross eyed" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Also did I miss speak now strabismus is that cross tighter double vision this is your business this is a general term saying you might say equal to misalignment of the are okay but but Paul the of a muscle car this your business so if you have a policy of a muscle you're going to guarantee your house your business okay your eyes will be on the line okay now what about cross eyed not cross right cross type situations are extremely important also particularly the young princes there was many years that that medicine decided that all caught all cross eyed muscles thirty west cosmetic and I happen to have the fortune to be working pediatric ophthalmology fellowship in Washington DC where two pioneers in the field of pediatric ophthalmology Dr Costa better and doctor Marshall parks and these gentlemen felt that no if you are line these children earlier in their life there actually could affect them a functional result and this was the night for many many years back right up to the nineteen eighties I think it was still being controversial but I had the opportunity to examine their patients and then I actually I did a study of about over a hundred patients throughout the world and all I did was I went to the doctor's offices and did a personal examination on the children and these were children who are aligned for cross ice early in life and all right I knew about them was that particular fact I did not know when they are actually allied but then I opened the charge later if the car late the agent alignment with the functional result and sure enough the if children for a line by the age of two and particularly those that are aligned around age one you got a functional result much higher percentage than if you were allowed to go to the age of three or four five for instance so like many medical conditions you wanted to address it immediately earlier is better yeah okay now when one last question before our our bottom our break doctoring and this was posed by doctor dentist and gotten a first are the program when we did a show in dentistry he's said to ask you about lay sick now he's have a second a few of my other friends of that Lasix some years ago and they said it's worn off but is it what what is the typical you know duration of sure of results that people get from lacing up later doesn't necessarily wear off as you call it however if it's done earlier in in the lifespan of a patient they can become more near sighted even though they have let's say they have it at age twenty and they're still increasing their myopia they may then become worn your side even after the Lasix procedure so basic surgeons typically like to there are patients from those that have been stable for awhile and then they hopefully won't have to increase because a touch up job on a lease the procedure is the is not always that easy number one number two is it can be accompanied by complications all this okay and so it does it last year ten years on average it'll last the amount of myopia correction will last for a long time especially with nada extreme amount however we run into a second problem as you get is the age of of forty to fifty Francis saw let's say you had a lay sick patient that you operated at at thirty I knew the eliminate all is myopia well then he might develop another optical problem around the age of forty to fifty which his name made inability to see near Parga yeah so then you have to put on reading glasses and it's not really a failure of Lasix you say it's just outside of function yeah yeah it's a fountain of aging okay okay great all right that we need to take a break here doctor hang but when we come back I have many more questions for you regarding our eyes and vision macular degeneration being one of them as well as glaucoma and then you have some interesting a medical research on medical cannabis for glaucoma and other conditions healthwise and there might.

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"cross eyed" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"cross eyed" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Woman almost went cross eyed I see the black you ma'am good for you how old are you he's a twenty three I start to ask what made him vote for trump before I can get the sentence out he continues you know I'm feeling it I'm from Cleveland man things is rough there ain't no LA a no Hollywood things was really bad there when I was coming up you know what I mean things were rough from my family everybody in my neighborhood so I said why not try something else so I was feeling it you know what I mean so I voted for trump now all my sisters have jobs they never had jobs for ever it's all about the jobs right on bro it's all about the jobs and if this bout me I said lower taxes less regulations on businesses equals more jobs anyone can do it our last president could do it could do it but he could but he didn't care about jobs I said black guy fifth bought me again the white woman now Larry is almost ready for the simulator she says trump is racist black guy smiling at her and says back to her we got jobs then I asked him how do you feel about people illegally coming into the country loud enough for the woman could hear it then getting free schools free health care free social services and taking Johnson people legally here the black man replied Cray Cray which I imagine is slang for young people saying crazy Cray Cray the woman said fascist now referring to both of us if I turn I turned a young man I said okay guys I've just been playing tennis two hours of tennis is hard work have a good night time to take a shower enjoy and I laughed she said it's all about the jobs we would have a smiley once said about the economic performance of Brock Obama I'm sad to report that in every single leading economic category black America has lost ground over the last decade in every major economic category we've lost ground that is true and that dell over these last ten years most of that on his watch black America has lost ground in.

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"cross eyed" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"cross eyed" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Yeah. I know. Really I mean if you're not in a relationship time to do you know. The book we'll talk after but then also a lot of times helpful to have someone that you that you trust that you can confide in, and that can give you advice and give you emotional support and someone is your motive for you. See you see this is your problem. There's a motive there's something there's why can't you just exceed? See, that's why you'll never be happy. But I think that's an Italian thing too. I think we are. Yes, I also think Italians love to be miserable. I think Italian Americans love to be miserable. My mom cannot. We're in a car for forty minutes. Not one happy thing coming out of her mouth. I says anything good to talk about. No, I mean, that's the that's an I, I don't like the negative. I if there was somebody really constantly positive, and constantly with your, you know, your well being at heart that would be interesting. Yeah. But you'd still have a problem. What do you think there was an ulterior motive? Joel. I'm very happy for you. And your life is around. Fever. That would be as so true. So I leave this going to come in. Anyway. We're gonna have so fun, and Carol as well. Hey, Frankie what's going on with this nineteen point one billion dollar house approved budget for it's for natural disaster. And I want to talk about the, the president and I can see the newspapers. I've seen that the president and Milania and have brilliant, Milania look in England. Thank you, sir. But with this budget, what is the problem? Now what I mean. And now the Democrats passed this, while the Democrats passed it in the house, and the Republicans will most likely pass it in the Senate. So I mean, it was approved overwhelmingly with bipartisan support. This was it was approved three hundred and fifty four to fifty eight. So every House Democrat voted for along with one hundred thirty two Republicans that allowed it to overcome this two-thirds, procedural threshold that they that they needed. This has to do with sending billions of dollars in relief to ongoing relief efforts to a series. He's of natural disasters. So I mean most people aren't going to you. See Americans dealing with flooding and being out of their homes, even though there's not a mechanism to pay for it. Most members of congress aren't going to stop Americans from getting the relief that they need a several several Republican congressman chip ROY of Texas, and Thomas Massie of Kentucky. They will stop this right before the most recent holiday, because they believed it was fiscally imprudent to spend this money without having to pay for it. Yeah. But and did they slip anything in there that the other side didn't like you know, once I always slip that you need? But the natural disasters, we don't cover it, because we try to stay live and local New York. But my goodness gracious in the mid west again, I haven't looked at the legislation early. But from what I understand it includes an extension of the national flood insurance program and more than three billion dollars to rebuild military bases. And coast guard. Facilities also provides two and a half million dollars for. A community development block grants in Puerto Rico, and states and three billion for the army corps of engineers to repair damaged infrastructure. So it all seems from what I've seen a pretty focused. I don't know if there's a digital pork in there. But from what I've seen it seems pretty focused on disaster relief. What's the matter? Now, let's make you Frank and. So it was okay so it's not a bad thing this budget. Why are we not hearing good things about it then? Okay, then I mean, we remember this, this congressman that's chip. Roy was on the front page of the papers last weekend. Yeah. That's the one guy that was holding up disaster relief. So I mean when you have overwhelming, bipartisan consensus all working for it. Yeah. You know what can you do? That's what democracy is. Yeah, what's the matter what Mike there's nothing wrong with the Mike who's who's here at people? You have no idea who comes in the studio after like in there. What do you mean? It's in there. Thirty eight. Bring that you're gonna. Little doors on their houses of dollars dollars per phone, and you're gonna break. Hey look he's now. That's it. The show is going to be fixated on that for the rest of the show. You're gonna keep looking at across cross eyed. It's it's going to be mad. It looked like someone maybe had a meal before. I'm just telling you that tax credit, you get from governor on one hundred ninety five dollars. Microphone. Are you serious? 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"cross eyed" Discussed on The Financial Liberty Podcast

The Financial Liberty Podcast

10:13 min | 2 years ago

"cross eyed" Discussed on The Financial Liberty Podcast

"A job. Oh, yes. You know? It's I guess it's all psychology here, but people really kid themselves. I don't know if it's laziness or just not wanting to face something that's difficult to do. But I mean who who really wants to you know, when you're so close to retirement, really, I can understand why you wouldn't want to just go ahead, and and work another ten years to there so close to winning. But the here's the thing is if you don't do it when you know, you need to do it. You're going to deplete the thing. That's got you so close to winning the game. And anyway, but yeah, you're right. I'm trying and trying and you know, they're not trying you know, it's just not happening and then a year or two years goes by and and and they still haven't found that job. Right. So I don't know. It's. Yeah. That's what gets me. So let's move along the line. We talked about overspending we talked about job loss. And and you know, some of the biggest things I think this is a big one. This is a really big one. And you, and I we have some experience in this. And so do about fifty five percent of the American people that are married. They've got some experience in this as well as that divorce divorce indefinitely destroy a retirement vision retirement dream or just your entire retirement. If you if you currently are in retirement, and I gotta tell you. I mean, it's it's really in. It's not a laughing manner. But again, we're here, we're we're going to go and make line of it. And but but I I mean I can from firsthand experience. Coz is is that. You know, I've gone through a divorce. And and it was interesting that that divorce actually in cost me a lot of money believe it or not, you know, the initial part when we got divorced did not cost money that was over fifteen years ago. And, but what did cost a lot of money was the the antecedents after the divorce while afterwards when you know, my ex was involved with a brand in a brand new relationship in this individual from brand new relationship decided to go ahead take complete control of their life. And did some did some crazy things and made things very difficult that long story short caused a very long custody battle. You know, this is after the divorce in after the custody was all settled, you're there, you know, every step of the way 'cause and you saw, and and you know, I gotta tell you. I gotta tell you coz is that for all of you guys listening out there and gals listening out there, if you're I think everyone knows this to be true. If you can if you can handle your situation pretty pretty quickly and effort. Really do it, you know. But if you're dealing with with an individual got fangs coming out, it's it potentially could be significantly problematic. Right. You know, if if you have to go through divorce, if you can do it where both parties agree on the terms with that haven't involved group of attorneys, but you just between you and your soon to be ex-spouse connect green on what how you want this to go. You can just go to single attorney to say like this is what we have agreed on. This is what we want draft documents and get it through the court system, and you'd be done with just a few thousand dollars. You could also have that done through a mediator. Which is you know, another way mediators are awesome. Because it really just slimmed down stream streamlined the process and streamline the costs. But if there's a there's contention, and you've got, you know, you've gotta go through a battle to get it done. Well, man, you're talking about some serious outlay. And then like you said. Like like, you said it's because of divorce is final that could just be the beginning. Yeah. Inclusion of divorce could just be the beginning of yet another series of very difficult and costly experiences so bright because you just don't know who enters someone's life after that in, you know, potentially be life changing for everybody. And but I will tell you this. I will say, you know, and it's a testament actually to something positive that. I like to go ahead. Make note of the fact is that if you got an individual who's can't see straight and just is so cross-eyed just so cross-eyed. They just can't see straight. You're in for a really rough ride, man. I mean, it's it's a, you know, they always they always say, you can't reason with an unreasonable person. And you know, your best bet is to many times, just, you know, just stop down and eliminate because they're just a winning that argument. But at the same time, the argument is just so nutty, and it's going to cost you a tremendous amount of money. I mean, really everyone's got a different. We're all different. You know, we're we're all different in such rows. But the positive the optimistic part. I want to say that individuals your bad, if you're focused so strong on something ultimately, you will get what it is you want unless the other individuals focus is greater than yours. And if the individuals focus is greater than yours, the not per. Focus is going to win out on your focus. So it is sometimes good to be cross-eyed that you can't see straight sometimes. But you gotta do it. You gotta do it. And you just gotta do it within within within reason. And be smart about it. Because there's one thing I want to mention this goes, let's actually came up. So, you know, a lot of people they have all these assets. And they say, you know, what I can't get divorced have all these assets that are I have the split into divorce, and we can't do much with it. So I can't lies divorce until my house. You know, the real estate rentals are retirement plans all taken care of. And you know, what I discovered in this entire process is that there's a term that's called bifurcation bifurcation of divorce allows spouses to become legally divorced before the details have been finalized. So a lot of time. Some someone might wanna decide to get married or something or there is a custody situation transpiring in and they need to get divorced before. All the details are handled in. Bifurcation happens to be the one aspect where you can't do that not necessarily have to wait. The, you know, the next two three years for for you to be divorced because I know a lot of people they have the carry out very long divorces in the reason is because they've got so many things that got a workout first. And you wanna talk to your attorney about by occasion to see if that's a benefit to you to speak things up. So you can be divorced. So anyways, I mean, you know, to leather there's another angle to this to him in regards to divorces. So there's a social service social security aspect to it. There's a rule call the tenure rule in social security. So if you are getting close, but not quite there in terms of being married for ten years. So let's say you're married for nine years and ten months, and and you and you get divorced. You may short change yourself in terms of some benefits that may be eligible. Into future through your spouse's records. So it's called spousal benefits. So just be aware of the rules, not just with social security, but just things in general. There's so many rules out there. If you don't know the rules, which most people won't new on to be aligned with somebody who is familiar with all the different rules, but in social security, there is the ten year you have to be ten years married in order to to be eligible for spousal benefits. If you're right there on the cost of being merged for ten years. That's something to think about that. So yeah, only you not, you know, not say that. Hey, if I'm married for nine nine years and three hundred sixty four days, wait, another two days on Knox. Learn anything. I might be you know, what I'll say wait for two more days. Pick a vacation to go have find then go ahead and get divorced on the same be aware of the rules. Anyways. I think we're hearing the call of the open road coz, and it appears that the most exciting our in podcast history has come into an end here. So. I don't know. I don't know. Do we have anything else to say about the biggest things that that can destroy retirement plan? I know we only mentioned three there's there's a lot more, ladies and gentlemen. But you know. Oh, gosh. There's yeah. No. I won the talking for another half an hour. So yeah, we gotta move along guys. I think this was awesome. I love listening to you one of the things that I just kept going around and around my head is that toll somebody's got severance and then there dipping into retirement because they're used to kinda have that time off that's a double. It's like a drug, but double the drug because number one you've limited the stress by not having your job. Right. And then you're spending extra money having fun and doing a vacation so number one eliminate stress, and then you create way more endorphins by having all this fun and spend all your money down. And that's something to think about that. That's not a good. No boy. No, no, boy knows what I say. So there there's there's cases where people will format gambling had it. Time to gamble when they were working now they got time. And they decide I'm not go, you know, bet on black pretty soon, they they while you gotta make up for the losses. And they, you know, hip it, you'll get gambler or yet you got drug addiction. I'm having the time can become a problem anyway. Yeah. That's it. That's it. Thank you guys for your time. In fact today. Thank you. You're welcome. And thank you for listening to the financial liberty project podcast with semi gas. Be and Costa Gamonal if you've not subscribe to the podcast yet. Please click the subscribe now button blow this way when salmon coast come out with a new podcast it'll show up directly on you're listening device. This makes it much easier to share these podcasts with your friends and family again. Thanks for listening today for everyone at the financial liberty project. This is Eric Johnson reminding you to live your best day every day, and we'll see next time. It's that time again for the call of the open road makes its way we hope good fortune fines you on your own personal road. And until next time. We think you for listening to the financial liberty podcast. Click the subscribe button below to be notified when new episodes become available.

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"cross eyed" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"cross eyed" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"On the jersey turnpike from the Lincoln Abramovich traffic center. I'm Jay truly said accident southbound on the New Jersey turnpike south of interchange. Thirteen it's affecting both the inner and outer roadway the car and the truck lanes both heavy southbound from interchange fourteen down to south of thirteen because of that eastbound L I E for the beach to the cross other Parkway now, a forty five minute ride Grand Central Parkway, eastbound from the cross eyed at forty two minutes and a lot of heavy traffic on the northbound Whitestone expressway heading up to the Whitestone bridge, we've got an accident there. Three bridge a much better ride. Get your truly free credit score and free credit monitoring from credit karma today. Download the credit karma app. Now credit karma. Here's the progress. I'm Jay delays. From the Lincoln apprentice traffic center shocked today at Lincoln appointments dot com. Hey, both sit Rosenberg here have you considered Mazda. The Japanese premium brand US news and World Report into the two thousand eighteen best brand they build some of those technological SUV's crossovers available today sky, active technology, more power and performance out of their engines, one of the best places to test drive, the Mazda c x five or Mazda c x nine is Ramsey Mazda on route seventeen scenic Bergen county New Jersey dealer rate on the best much dealership in New Jersey. How do they do that? They'll point express buying experience. No waiting around you, get your prices and payments right away. There's lots of choices for an drive SUV, but the Mazda c x by is a great choice. If duty to third row seat through a bigger family, the Mazda c x nine is a premium SUV for you, folks. Visit Ramsey Mazda for your test drive today during the president's day event. Visit Ramsey Mazda for your test drive today..

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"cross eyed" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"cross eyed" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Give them the whole thing and put strings on it. So you make sure he puts the wall where it needs to be. Why are we fighting over this? We're going to build that wall. Anyway at some time. Now, here's the problem. You never heard of Colin Peterson. And neither of I. You never heard of him. He's the chairman of the house agricultural committee. Right. I don't know if we will consider that a big time. He said, I don't know how we get to a deal. The White House hasn't called me when I bring up what I have to say to Democrats. They look at me cross eyed. Just proving that there is a lot of the hate is is bigger than the reality. The reality is, of course, Democrats have always been okay with a barrier there opposed to Donald Trump. And while they're opposed to Donald Trump. They can't get themselves to figure out a way to a barrier. And here comes somebody with a we're going to do it. Anyway. So why not just like control where it goes? And get specific. That's what he's saying. When he's talking about how you know the strings attached. Here's where it's going to be built. And here's what you get for each section. That's a deal that I think the president would say, yes. To by the way. I think the president would say yes to that deal. Because what would it matter if they wanted to do it in some spots that it wasn't as important as others? Now, you've got those spots. Now, you can go back and fight later over the spots. You wanna do you could still declare the national emergency? You've got a whole bunch of options. But it gets you to a yes. Democrats looked cross eyed because they're not interested in figuring out the solution or making the deal what they are interested in. Is not giving Donald Trump the win for twenty twenty and nothing else matters. Tony cats, sunny cats today,.

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"cross eyed" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"cross eyed" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Money. I'd give them the whole thing and put strings on it. So you make sure he puts the wall where it needs to be. Why are we fighting over this? We're going to build that wall. Anyway at some time. Now, here's the problem. You never heard of Collin Peterson. And neither have I. You've never heard of him. He's the chairman of the house agricultural committee. Right. I don't know. We would consider that a big time. He said, I don't know how we get to a deal. The White House doesn't call me when I bring up what I have to say to Democrats. They look at me cross eyed. Just proving that there is a lot of the hate is is bigger than the reality. The reality is, of course, Democrats have always been okay with a barrier there opposed to Donald Trump and while they're opposed to Donald Trump. They can't get themselves to figure out a way to a barrier. And here comes somebody with a we're going to do it. Anyway. So why not just like control where it goes? And get specific. That's what he's saying. When he's talking about how you know the strings attached. Here's where it's going to be built. And here's what you get for each section. That's a deal that I think the president would say, yes. To by the way. I think the president would say yes to that deal. Because what matter if they wanted to do it in some spots that it wasn't as important as others. Now, you've got those spots. Now, you can go back and fight later over the spots. You wanna do you could still declare the national emergency? You've got a whole bunch of options. But it gets you to a yes. Democrats look at them cross eyed because they're not interested in figuring out the solution or making the deal what they are interested in. Is not giving Donald.

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