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Fresh "DAY" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 5 min ago

Fresh "DAY" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Area with renowned cancer experts in our community, including at sibling and suburban hospitals find out more at Hopkins cancer D.C. dot org rich hunter W chip traffic. Good morning, skies are clearing out and we're going to actually end up with a nice day to day sunny and chilly afternoon highs will reach around 50° today. It will turn a bit cloudy overnight tonight, maybe a raindrop or a snowflake, nothing major, no travel troubles. Then for your Saturday, partly sunny, afternoon highs tomorrow will stay in the mid 40s. Cloudy skies and a little better chance for some light rain and sprinkles coming up on your Sunday, Sunday's high 48, and then we dry back out for Monday and Tuesday. I'm storm team four, meteorologist chuck bell for WTO. You are

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Officer who kneeled on George Floyd’s back faces sentencing

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 55 min ago

Officer who kneeled on George Floyd’s back faces sentencing

"The former police officer who kneeled on George Floyd's back as another officer Penn Floyd's neck faces sentencing today in Minnesota state court in Minneapolis. Jenny Alexander king pleaded guilty in October to aiding and abetting second degree manslaughter, a day before jury selection was to begin in his trial, Floyd died May 25th, 2020, when former officer Derek Chauvin kneeled on Floyd's neck for 9 and a half minutes, video recorded by a bystander showed Floyd golem, king kneeled on Floyd's back during the restraint. He has agreed to a state sentence of three and a half years in prison to be served at the same time as a federal sentence. I'm Donna water

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Fresh update on "day" discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

00:32 min | 8 min ago

Fresh update on "day" discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"I go that way, then I come back to the other way when he comes back that way, and Eddie royal just standing there, blindsided the hell out of me and my chest, fortunately, he didn't hit me ahead 'cause he didn't knock me smooth out. I got up, coughing up blood and all types of like, went to the sideline. Once the blessed stop coughed up, you know what? This is a contract yeah, gentlemen. I'm gonna need to get back out on that field. I can't have this. Eddie royal is a receiver. It's small too. Like he won a few guys in football that was like my size. Not a big dude. But he's fast, and he's a rock 'cause everyone in football is a rock, and I'm running not looking, and he dove through my chest. It hurts. Anybody needs to know about how hard him do is hidden in the NFL. Is how hard dudes get hit in the NBA on screens. Like the screen is low key wild underrated. It's like the jab in boxing. It just looks like a thing that happens all the time, right? But there's a reason why you gotta call out them screens and basketball, right? You don't, somebody might be out forever. And that's just somebody standing still. Right? There's no propulsion involved here. You know the screens hurt, by the way, that guys be looking. In a way that they be turning them down. Not in game 32. I could tell it hurts. The body ain't built for that. What if I told you, women in Iran can't even go to a soccer game? They're banned from stadiums, new from 30 for 30 podcasts, pink car tells the story of Iranian women who dared to risk it all for the simple right to watch a soccer match. Shima olii reports on generations of women who fought to take back their stadiums and they'll joy of the game. Pink card will forever change how you see fandom and freedom. Listen now on Apple

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A Prayer for Joy Unspeakable

Your Daily Prayer

01:11 min | 3 hrs ago

A Prayer for Joy Unspeakable

"We don't have to wait for God to make a big splashy announcement in our lives for us to know unspeakable joy. When he calls us to himself and we responded, we knew joy unspeakable. He made a way when there seemed to be no way and we remember how we did it and what we felt. We can call these remembrances to our mind when we feel like we need to hunker down and wait the night out. But joy comes when we seek him. A prayer for joy and speakable. Holy God, I'm feeling a little joyless today. I'm hungered down waiting for this long, middle to end. Day after day I get up, go to work and come home to never ending tasks and then go to bed. I wake up in the new day is just like yesterday. Joy feels foreign. I can't remember the last time joy flooded my heart. I want to be so thrilled with your joy like the shepherds were that night so long ago, but I tell people about what you've done in my life. Help me to seek you with my whole being lord. Give me eyes to see you at work in my life. Let me know joy and speakable today. In Jesus name, amen.

Fresh update on "day" discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

00:41 min | 14 min ago

Fresh update on "day" discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Yeah, well, you're wrong, but you're right it to save time, right? You're probably do work harder for you, buddy. You're probably doing have to take will pay for your buddy. But you know, the game is unfair. I imagine if I was a running back, I would hate bum quarterbacks more than anybody else in the world. Because really, every other position, you got a real chance to figure out how to come up on a school, right? Like every other position you could achieve your way into real riches. Running back does not allow you to do that. I don't know why anybody would sign up for it at this age. Like when we were young, that's all I wanted to be. Because running back was what you built the team around. Like the best teams had good running backs. And everybody else was like, yeah, the quarterback was secondary. At least that was the way that we viewed it. But now, you can do anything other than play running back. It's just a laborer's position with limited glory and a short period of time. And then everyone thinks you're stupid. If you even consider giving them a second contract, so if you're not a first round running back, what are you doing? Because the first round, you could get enough money at least to set yourself up. You were third round running back? Let me tell you, if you were running back, let me tell you what you need to do. If you were running back in college football, you listen to me. Leave school as soon as you can. The second you are eligible. If they say you will be a 7th round pick lead, if they say you will be a free agent, leap. You might have a better play as a free agent because you have no matter what, only by three of y'all going to be making more than minimal. Coming out of that address.

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Day 343 of The Bible in a Year: God Uses Paul's Past

The Bible in a Year

02:41 min | 4 hrs ago

Day 343 of The Bible in a Year: God Uses Paul's Past

"We're eating act chapter 22 second Corinthian scepters 9, ten and 11, and proverb receptor 29 versus 5 through 7. The acts of the apostles, chapter 22. Brethren and fathers here the defense which I now make before you. And when they heard that he addressed them in the Hebrew language, they were the more quiet, and he said, I am a Jew, born at tarsus and cilicia. But brought up in this city at the feet of gemal. Educated, according to the strict manner of the law of our fathers, being zealous for God as you all are this day. I persecuted this way to the death, binding and delivering to prison both men and women as the high priest and the whole council of elders bear me witness. From them I received letters to the brethren, and I journeyed to Damascus to take those also who were there and bring them in bonds to Jerusalem to be punished. Paul tells of his conversion. As I made my journey and drew near to Damascus, about noon, a great light from heaven suddenly shown about me. And I fell to the ground, and heard a voice saying to me, saw why do you persecute me? And I answered, who are you, lord? And he said to me, I am Jesus of Nazareth, whom you are persecuting. Now those who were with me saw the light, but did not hear the voice of the one who was speaking to me, and I said, what shall I do, lord? And the lord said to me, rise, and go into Damascus, and there you will be told all that is appointed for you to do. And when I could not see because of the brightness of that light, I was led by the hand by those who were with me, and came into Damascus. And one ananias, a devout man, according to the law, well spoken of by all the Jews who lived there, came to me, and standing by me said to me, brother Saul, receive your sight. And in that very hour I received my sight and saw him. And he said, the God of our fathers appointed you to know his will, to see the just one, and to hear a voice from his mouth. For you will be a witness for him to all men of what you have seen and heard. And now, why do you wait? Rise and be baptized, and wash away your sins, calling on his name. Paul tells how he was sent to the gentiles. When I had returned to Jerusalem and was praying in the temple, I fell into a trance, and saw him saying to me, make haste, and get quickly out of Jerusalem, because they will not accept your testimony about me. And I said, lord, they themselves know that in every synagogue I imprisoned and beat those who believed in you. And when the blood of Steven, your witness was shed, I also was standing by and approving and keeping the garments of those who killed him. And he said to me, depart, for I will send you far away to the gentiles.

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Fresh "DAY" from Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

01:38 min | 18 min ago

Fresh "DAY" from Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

"In markets there in the relationship between the EU and the UK after Brexit from a financial point of view, you can download in the city on Spotify Apple podcasts or wherever you usually listen. Now let's get to our top stories with Sara mangi. Good morning Zara. Good morning, Stephen. China is bracing for a colossal wave of viral infections as it abandons its COVID zero policy, as many as 2.1 million people could die according to an estimate by research firm air affinity based on Hong Kong's experience with omicron. If the reopening goes as planned, forecasters predict infections will peak close to the start of lunar new year in late January. Credit Suisse has completed a CHF 4 billion capital increase giving the bank the funds needed for a comprehensive restructuring. Investors agreed to buy 98% of the stock in the rights offer to raise almost CHF 2.2 billion. The Zürich based firm had already raised CHF 1.8 billion from investors including Saudi national bank. And U.S. regulators are seeking to block Microsoft $69 billion acquisition of games publisher Activision Blizzard. The Federal Trade Commission says the deal could curb competition in the gaming market by limiting rivals access to the company's biggest gains. The transaction would turn Microsoft into the number three gaming company behind Tencent and Sony. Global news to enter for hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Zara manji, this is Bloomberg, Stephen. Tara, thank you very much for that look at our top stories. Time to get a Bloomberg radio business flash with max Ramsey, good morning max. Morning to you Stephen illness an hour and a half into the European cash equities session and holding fairly steady to end this week across European stocks. The stock 600 up just a tenth of a percent for two 100. Absolutely flat right now. The Dax

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Adebayo, Butler lift Heat past Kawhi-less Clippers 115-110

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 hrs ago

Adebayo, Butler lift Heat past Kawhi-less Clippers 115-110

"Bam adebayo and Jimmy Butler combined for 57 points in the heats one 15 one ten downing of the clippers. At a bio delivered 31 points and ten rebounds for Miami. For us, when is a win, no matter who's the most assertive, you know, it was me tonight, you know, next game it might be Jimmy. I be Tyler, but you know at the end of the day, we care about wins. Butler added 26 points. Butler scored the heat's final 8 points, including a baseline jumper to make it a 5 point game with 57 seconds remaining. Paul George finished with 29 points 8 rebounds and 7 assists for the clippers. I'm Dave fairy

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Fresh update on "day" discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

00:54 min | 19 min ago

Fresh update on "day" discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"They look a lot different walking around than they're more hard charging come patriots. Frank O'Hara is still out here, getting things done, living light. I hear Jim Brown, sprinkle running out of bounds. Yes, yes, I would have run out of bounds every play, myself. If it was an option, yeah. That one yard is one extra yard, ain't gonna be worth it. All right, try to prove to y'all how tough I am. Look here, I ain't about to wham. I ain't about no power. I ain't about no belly. I ain't about no dive. I'm a run over here toward the side. Throw that thing to me and let me figure out this angle that I need to get at. I mean, that's also different too, is like, that's the biggest argument for they don't make them like they used to. It's like, I feel like all running backs were around for a long time. And good for a long time. It looks like good running back, you know? Well, yeah, just the ones you remember, yeah. Yeah, and I guess maybe that's it, but it doesn't feel like, I don't know, like Todd Gurley's here for a hot second. I mean, I guess there were some running backs like shady. He played for a while. Yeah. But he was never like, there was always, he was always kind of part of something. It was never like, hey, just bang it up in there. Derek Henry's like the only one that feels like. They just all treated as being so disposable, right? Yeah. Like the idea that it's a question of, hey, you think we should resign a saquon Barkley? Like, wait, we gotta talk about this? Yeah. That's crazy, but yeah, they shouldn't. But that's the thing.

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Bari Weiss: Purpose of 'Strategic Response Team' at Twitter

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 7 hrs ago

Bari Weiss: Purpose of 'Strategic Response Team' at Twitter

"Thread but this is Barry Weiss who formally worked at The New York Times but left there Because of their censorship and their covering And their partisanship She said the group that decided whether to limit the reach of certain users Was the strategic response team global escalation team or the SRT GET It often handled up to 200 cases a day This is the blacklisting That took place But there existed a level beyond official ticketing Beyond the rank and file moderators following the company's policy on paper That is the site integrity policy policy escalation support Notice it Now look how significant and serious this was giving themselves all these titles and names An operations So this was a thorough thorough censorship operation Of people with whom they disagreed which is conservatives Republicans scientific experts that questioned what Washington was doing This secret group included head of legal policy and trust Here we are again The Jaya Gotti She has her hands and everything The global head of trust and safety y'all Roth he has his hands and everything Subsequent CEOs Jack Dorsey and piragua And others This is where the biggest most politically sensitive decisions got made Quote think high follower account controversial unquote another Twitter employee told us For these there would be no ticket or anything In other words send it upstairs and just shut it One of the accounts that rose to this level of scrutiny was at lib soft

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Family of American prisoner Paul Whelan backs Griner deal

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 10 hrs ago

Family of American prisoner Paul Whelan backs Griner deal

"The family of another American detained in Russia backs the U.S. moved free Britney griner. The Biden administration says it made every possible offer to free Paul Whelan and Moscow refused. There was only one move. This was not a choice of which American to bring home. The choice was one or none. And we brought one home today. It's a great day to have an American freed brother David Whelan says his family thinks President Biden made the right call with the deal to free grinder and appreciates that The White House gave a heads up. It allowed us to process the news, the disappointment, and really the devastation of Paul whale in serving a 16 year sentence on spying charges. The family fears he won't be home anytime soon. These very disappointed. Sagar Meghani, Washington.

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Case against shooter dropped for lack of cooperation

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 10 hrs ago

Case against shooter dropped for lack of cooperation

"Newly released court documents show the suspect in the Colorado Springs nightclub massacre did have weapons seized after a bomb threat incident last year. There were questions about an incident in June of 2021 in which Anderson Aldrich allegedly threatened family members with a gun, telling the grandparents they would die that day and threatening the mother with a bombing at her home. There were questions raised about why that case was dropped and whether it would have triggered Colorado's red flag law that allows weapons to be seized from someone who's deemed to be a threat. Now that the case is unsealed, the prosecutor says weapons were confiscated from Aldrich, who tried to reclaim them, but did not get them back. And it's explained the case was dropped in sealed because family members would not cooperate with investigators. The report also says Aldridge mentioned becoming the next mass killer before allegedly gunning down 5 people in a gay nightclub last month. I'm Jackie Quinn

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Dan Horowitz: Leading Theories Despite Low COVID Vaxx Death Autopsies

The Dan Bongino Show

01:30 min | 13 hrs ago

Dan Horowitz: Leading Theories Despite Low COVID Vaxx Death Autopsies

"Is there a theory that makes sense out there and comports with the science about what's going on A leading theory I should say to be more precise is that myocarditis from this vaccine is a side effect that could be causing these problems Is it a general inflammatory environment in the body I mean listen it's really getting troubling right now How many people young healthy people It seems like you see a story every day now Oh my gosh this guy died suddenly That guy said what is it Is anybody have a scientifically based theory about what's happening So the problem is that we've gone almost two years without them doing autopsies or if they're doing them there's certainly the other times they're ported to CDC refused to release any information on that And that's part of the problem now Doctors McCullough and Ryan Cole and the lone people like that are putting forth series based on published literature There's a couple of things going on and I don't want to scare everyone who maybe got only one round of it a long time ago and hopefully it's out of the system but the problem is this continues to potentially doesn't mean that everyone but potentially produce code your body to produce by protein at any given time So despite protein is very different it causes blood clots a cause of inflammation So that's the problem It could do this at any time at first we thought okay you know you get outside that 30 day window you should be okay especially if you don't get more

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Dan Horowitz: Birth Rates Drop Since COVID Vaccine Rollout

The Dan Bongino Show

01:20 min | 13 hrs ago

Dan Horowitz: Birth Rates Drop Since COVID Vaccine Rollout

"The point is you look all around and this is a ubiquitous problem there's nowhere to hide a friend of mine just to analysis on Swedish birth rates Sweden they did not have lockdowns So you can't blame it on the lockdowns but they did aggressively embrace the vaccines They had an 8.2% drop in 2022 in birth rates Again it's never happened I mean we can talk forever about these data points but the point is it's not like you have to grope in the darkness Pathophysiological we have so much information now on how these things work how it affects the circulatory system and the heart and the neurological system and how it crosses all sorts of blood barriers I mean the problem Dan that we have is that once you cross the point of no return we're typically you pull a product right And you just go on and on and on I almost feel like nothing matters anymore There's nothing we can show that will get this thing pulled and not only is it not pulled but today the FDA after just three days from Pfizer's submission application the approved boosters for babies After everything we know

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Dan Horowitz: Comparing Death Trends & COVID Vaccines

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 13 hrs ago

Dan Horowitz: Comparing Death Trends & COVID Vaccines

"And I'm seeing and you're probably seeing it too and I'm not trying to get crazy or hyperbolic or loony about it but have you seen just an insane number of stories over the last few months that start with died suddenly and if you started asking yourself why isn't anyone else asking these questions I'm not talking about 95 year olds Dan I saw another video today of a sports announcer In the middle of a set a seizing up that saw a video the other day in Ecuador young healthy lady and x-rays dropping dead right there Do you think this has any possible tie to the pandemic and things that are going on Evidence that you'd be able to convict an individual criminally in court mind you when it comes to Therapeutics like this on an experimental basis it's a guilty until proven innocent standard because you know typically right where you see safety signals that are pull it until you can conclude it conclusively the other way that it's not a problem I mean it's not just the anecdotal stuff It's between VAERS between V safe between there's over 2500 case studies Over 1400 peer reviewed studies on over 14,000 categories of melodies and insurance times are themselves admitted to about 1400 categories or so in their February 2021 document We have excess death for two things We have nearly every country now excess deaths coinciding right with the take up of the vaccine and four to 5 standard deviations beyond the norm of plummeting of birth rates coinciding perfectly 9 months beyond the take up of when a given country you know they're kind of young adults started getting the vaccines So it's not just your imagination or the died suddenly it's backed up by data by disability data life insurance data

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New York Times journalists, other workers on 24-hour strike

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 19 hrs ago

New York Times journalists, other workers on 24-hour strike

"Hundreds of reporters and other journalists have gone on strike against The New York Times. For the first time in more than 40 years, there's a walkout at The New York Times. Members of the news guild of New York say they're fed up with bargaining that's dragged on since their contract expired nearly two years ago, with both sides said to be far apart on pay increases and working remotely, a spokeswoman for the paper says the one day walkout is a surprise because she says they're still negotiating. She says The New York Times has alternative coverage plans, including using international reporters and others who are not union members. I'm Jackie Quinn.

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WNBA star Griner freed in swap for Russian arms dealer Bout

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 19 hrs ago

WNBA star Griner freed in swap for Russian arms dealer Bout

"The U.S. and Russia have swapped high level prisoners, freeing the most prominent American held overseas. Welcome home, Brittany. President Biden says Russia has released basketball star Britney griner. She safe, she's on a plane. She's on her way home. After being in prison for months on drug charges, freeing griner was a Biden priority, and it came with a heavy price. The U.S. is releasing Russian arms dealer Victor boot in exchange. At the same time, American Paul Whelan remains held in Russia. Grinder's wife sharelle says while this is a happy day for her family. BG and I will remain committed to the work of getting every American home, including Paul. The president says he'll keep fighting to free whaling. We are not giving up. We will never give up Sagar Meghani, Washington.

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Rep. Debbie Dingell: Biden Can Monitor the Border Through Photos

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:26 min | 23 hrs ago

Rep. Debbie Dingell: Biden Can Monitor the Border Through Photos

"Listen to Sandra Smith, Fox News channel, interviewing Debbie dingell over Biden's absurd assertion that there are more important things than the border. Listen to this. Would you like to see him visit the border? I don't care if he visits the border or not. He doesn't need to visit the border to know we've got a problem. He's got people that report to him every day about what the problem is. And sometimes we fixate on these little issues. Do you think the president doesn't know we got a problem at the border and what the issues are? I know he does. But not necessary to see it firsthand. That's a little issue. I think he knows it's got to be addressed. He's gotten the reports you've seen the photos. So that's, I mean, at some point, he may or may not come, but I think he knows what's got to get fixed and you've seen him begin that process. Wow. How about that? I guess when a president goes to a funeral or goes to inspect a hurricanes an area devastated by a hurricane or a tornado, he doesn't really want. What's he going there for? He's got people that can tell him how bad it is. Can you imagine a sitting president telling the world he thinks there are bigger fish to fry? Than the border?

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China's looser anti-COVID measures met with relief, caution

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 23 hrs ago

China's looser anti-COVID measures met with relief, caution

"A day after the Chinese government's loose and restrictions on COVID-19, many Chinese are cautiously waiting to see how the new approach will be implemented after a wave of nationwide protests against China's harsh anti pandemic policies, the Chinese government rolled back on some of the stricter measures among the most significant is requirement to go to a COVID field hospital if you test positive for COVID-19, now citizens who test positive but show no symptoms can self isolate at home outside experts have warned that China will face a challenging first wave as the loosened measures will likely lead to more infections among a population with little immunity against the virus. In Chongqing, a city with rising infections, people were rushing to buy cold medicines, whereas in Beijing, some pharmacies had run out completely after a spike in demand. I'm Karen Chammas

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Election Fraud Arguments Don't Work in Arizona and Georgia

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | 23 hrs ago

Election Fraud Arguments Don't Work in Arizona and Georgia

"Lots of speculating all the armchair, the Sunday morning, analysts are the Monday morning armchair quarterbacks are going to come out of the woodwork. It's Trump, look at the and here's something that I admit is hard to shake off. It's hard to ignore the fact that every Georgia Republican running for office in the entire state won except Herschel and every one of those Republicans criticized or contradicted the election integrity argument. And I'm going to say something that is painful. I don't like to say it. I don't like to acknowledge it. And I invite you to challenge me. I don't mind. In fact, this is a day where you want to challenge me challenge away. I hope you'll call me. Because it seems pretty clear to me. That whether it's Georgia or Arizona, the drum beat of election fraud focus doesn't work. And we're going to have to acknowledge that it's time to look ahead rather than look behind. And I hate it because I'm as disgusted with Democrats, manipulating election laws to suit their needs, they used early voting. They used mail in ballots, drop boxes, all the garbage they came up with and what we did is we rejected all of that. We don't like early voting as Republicans. We don't like mail in ballots. And we lost.

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Shame on the 200,000 Georgia Republicans Who Stayed Home

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:53 sec | 23 hrs ago

Shame on the 200,000 Georgia Republicans Who Stayed Home

"Listen, I'm going to say shame on the Georgia Republicans who stayed home. You let the country down. Now we're going to have some suffering and frankly, you did that. And I mean, you could argue with me all day long. All you do is show up and pull the lever. Showed up, if 200,000 Georgia Republicans show up the same ones who voted for him on November 8th, if you just showed up, it had been a 50 50 tie, would go back to Joe Manchin, having extraordinary power and pinning some of our hopes on him to make it tough for Schumer and the Democrats, now Biden's judicial appointments will have an easier time of sailing through countries going to hurt. Countries going to hurt.

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Tyler Bowyer and Charlie Dissect What Happened on 11/08

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:29 min | 1 d ago

Tyler Bowyer and Charlie Dissect What Happened on 11/08

"Through this real quick. We had one of the most heated elections ever for governor in Arizona. The Democrats view this as a purple state, Harry Lake is the best candidate that's probably ever run in the state of Arizona and probably the southwest probably the west, probably less than Mississippi, but maybe ever. And certainly this century in America for governor. And we're expected to believe that turnout was less than for Kirsten. Doug ducey and his no name opposition came in while the population has grown considerably since 2008. Well, the population has grown considerably. And so then that begs the question, which is like Jonathan's asking here, which is like, okay, so you're telling me that all these people, all these registration, all these people showed up in 2020, and all of a sudden, just like vaporized. You know, on both sides. So what is the explanation in that they went to a polling place and they were deterred by the lines? Well, I mean, I think the Democrats weren't sure that this was all going to work, but they knew if they had a chance. This is what they had to do to make it work, right? This is like the people, the only way that they could feasibly win Arizona is voter suppression at the end of the day. And that's exactly what happened on 11 8. Is voter suppression. And also just hoping that our team would be lazy. And unfortunately, in some of the rural counties in Arizona, we didn't have as high a turnout. Yeah, so 210,000 non Maricopa Trump voters did not vote.

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28 Days Later: Maricopa Edition With Jonathan Cagle

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:20 min | 1 d ago

28 Days Later: Maricopa Edition With Jonathan Cagle

"Is it fair to say that Maricopa County intentionally did not have the infrastructure? To be able to facilitate what Carrie Lake needed on election day. It would be 100% accurate to say that or fair to say because if they anticipate 750 or 800,000, but their max infrastructure can only accommodate 300 and 20,000 or even 350,000, you have a huge deficit that you can accommodate already going in. So I suppose the question is, you know, how do we go about fixing this? Tyler and I talked about it. But before we go into that, I just want to kind of remind our listeners. So Arizona does voting in a very bizarre way. 223 voting centers in Maricopa County. Can you walk us through your math again because Tyler and I, when we did our math, we were anticipating. This is why this is why on the live stream we were so committed to saying Kerry is going to win because we thought on election day, okay, 300 to 330,000 people were going to show up on election day. Ended up being like two 70, right, two 49, two 70, right? Right near there? I have the number right in front of me, but it was below our expectations. So then we said, okay, people just ended up dropping off their ballots, right? People did ballot drop offs, which did not perform very well for us. As well as we wanted them to. They were really harvesting last minute ballots. Yeah, they were clearly illegally harvesting them. And that was just shocking because we said, why is it that these precincts that should be voting for Carrie Lake are not voting for with ballot drop? Because Carrie underperformed Trump 2020. Really hard to believe, right? So therefore, you know, our math wasn't wrong in our projections our predictions, but the only missing widget if you will, Jonathan, is that there were people that had the intent to vote and they ended up not voting. Is that right? Yeah, absolutely. So if you look at their 2022 election plan document where they explain their model, they give a basically a number of total polling sites of 220, they give 25 voting booths per site, and they give the total time it takes for one person to basically cast their vote, which includes a three minute check time and an 11 minute cast of ballot time.

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"day" Discussed on National Day Calendar

National Day Calendar

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"day" Discussed on National Day Calendar

"This episode is brought to you by peloton. Sometimes it's hard to get going on your fitness journey and it can be even harder to keep going. Time to meet peloton. It's not just about bikes and treads, it's about motivation, whether you have ten minutes for core or 30 minutes for a running or cycling class. There's a workout that will work for you with music that is truly iconic. Try peloton risk free with a 30 day home trial. New members only not available in remote locations the additional terms at one peloton dot com slash home desk trial. Welcome to November 11th, 2022 in the national day calendar. Today we celebrate ice cream bliss and our enduring love for veterans. From the late 1800s on, states passed what were known as blue laws. They were intended to prohibit the sale of alcohol on Sunday, but the laws also prevented the sale of soda, which could be used as a mixer. That meant that drugstores couldn't sell ice cream sodas. In order to keep sales up, a pharmacy in Illinois created an ice cream sundae. The origin of the name for the frozen dessert seems pretty straightforward. It was served on a Sunday, so it should be called a Sunday. There's also a story that someone with the last name son tag, which is German for Sunday, invented it. No matter which version of the story you believe, enjoy your favorite ice cream creation on national Sunday day. Veterans Day always falls on November 11th to coincide with the ending of World War I. It was originally known as Armistice Day for the treaty that was signed in the 11th day of the 11th month of the 11th hour. It is also a day dedicated to the cause of world peace. While Memorial Day commemorates all those who lost their lives and service to their country and armed forces day honors those in active duty, Veterans Day encompasses all United States military veterans. It is a steadfast reminder of our admiration for those willing to pay the ultimate price to protect our freedoms. I think a nice Sunday would inspire world peace. How about we celebrate with us? That's a good idea. I love that story, by the way. Oh, about the blue laws on Sunday? Yeah, and forced out of necessity, right? To keep sales up, I just love those type of stories. It's ingenuity. It really is. Which is why I believe this Sunday Sunday, because somebody would just change the spelling and go, oh, look what I do exactly right. I wish it was my idea. I'm Anna de beer. I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we celebrate every day. Happy birthday, Kayla.

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National Day Calendar

02:31 min | 2 months ago

"day" Discussed on National Day Calendar

"ABC Sunday. It's The Rookie season premiere. Rosalind dyer, a female serial killer. Hello, John. Rosalyn, the trial is going to complicate all of our lives. And it's killer. Rosalind's tried to escape. We need to lock this building down. The Rookie. People are gonna die, and you won't be able to save them. Wait. What have you done? Season premiere Sunday ten 9 central, and don't miss the new series The Rookie feds Tuesday to 9 central on ABC. Welcome to September 22nd, 2022 in the national day calendar. Today we celebrate a living history and small heroes with hairy feet. If you've made it to a hundred years old, congratulations. Today we celebrate you on national centenarians day. In the United States alone, there are estimated to be 72,000 centenarians. The youngest of those were born after the end of World War I, and the signing of the Treaty of Versailles. They represent a living history full of tales, not found in books, and their stories animate and compliment what we already know. On national centenarians day, kill yourself lucky if someone you love can share stories that bring history to life from their very own past. In the early 1930s, J.R.R. Tolkien created the greatest fantasy epic of all time. There were dragons, goblins, and wizards, but at the heart of his stories were hobbits. Bilbo and Frodo Baggins played a big part in saving middle earth, but neither was anything special. They were ordinary folk like you and me who got caught up in something far bigger than themselves. These small creatures are meant to be stand ins for the regular guy. And to be examples of how people can grow beyond their comfortable lives when they take risks. On hobbit day, we remind you that even the smallest person can change the course of history. Oh, that's an epic line that's when the galadriel says that to The Hobbit. Right. Okay, keep staring at my feet, Emma. I'm not looking at your feet. You are too. Okay. Are you anything like that? I've heard rumors that John does. I do. I have hobbit feet. There is no question. Is it hard to find shoes? Not at all. How about socks? When this is way too much information, I'm managed. I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we celebrate every day. See you tomorrow.

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National Day Calendar

02:01 min | 3 months ago

"day" Discussed on National Day Calendar

"Welcome to August 26th, 2022 in the national day calendar. Today we celebrate women's rights and man's best friend. On this day in 1920, the United States Congress passed the Nineteenth Amendment to the constitution, granting women full and equal voting rights. While it may sound preposterous today, this amendment was 80 years in the making. If you take into account that the seeds of unrest were sown in the early 1800s. That's when lucretia Mott, Elizabeth cady Stanton, along with Martha Wright, Mary Anne McClintock, and Jane hunt set in motion plans for the first women's rights convention in Seneca falls, New York. After being denied access to the antislavery convention in London. Today we celebrate national women's equality day and the 100 years of progress we've made since the Nineteenth Amendment was passed. Over 15,000 years ago, early humans domesticated wolves and created a friendship that has stood the test of time. Since then, dogs have proven to be loyal, friendly, and hardworking to boot. Northern canine represents these traits better than the film star lassie. While this collie was first played by a pedigree female, she refused to swim in the river and was replaced by a male dog named pal. Since then, all 9 lassie's have been male and all of them descendants of pal. It turns out that male colleagues don't lose their coats as often as females, and are therefore more suited to their movie close ups. A national dog day, celebrate your own furry friends who are awfully glad that you're in their pack. Sounds like that lassie star knew what she was doing. I'm not swimming in the river. You go swim in the river. That's right. She made a lot of progress for Hollywood females. That's right. Kind of blown away that 100 years. Right? It is crazy. I'm Anna deavere. I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we celebrate every day. See you tomorrow.

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National Day Calendar

02:46 min | 5 months ago

"day" Discussed on National Day Calendar

"When you're smiling. Hey, you. Bubbly sparkling water is crisp, refreshing, and perfect for any occasion. Kind of like my voice, but in a can. No calories, no sweeteners all smiles. Bubbly, crack a smile. Welcome to July 10th, the 2022 on the national day calendar. Today we celebrate picture perfect pets and pineapples and Paradise. Cox panoramic Wi-Fi includes advanced security to help protect all your connected devices. You'll get real-time alerts. Oh, like this one. So you don't have to worry about malware. Or when your kid downloads a song. From a shady link. And now all your computer can play as red color red color where are you a blocked? Thanks to advanced security, included with Cox panoramic Wi-Fi. Advanced security must be enabled in the panoramic Wi-Fi app. Restrictions apply. When it comes to Instagram pet influencers, there are only a few animals in the same league as Nala cat. And yes, pet flur is a real thing. With approximately 4.4 million followers, nola cat is the most famous feline on Instagram and possibly in the world. This adorable grace ivy's Persian mix with gorgeous blue eyes has captured the hearts of social media fans around the globe. But before she was a celebrity, Nala was a lonely kitten sitting in a shelter waiting for her forever home. A national kitten day celebrate your own future star, though you might want to honor their wishes for remaining perfectly anonymous. The number one song from the 1970s is also today's celebration drink. The pina colada. In the song, Rupert Holmes describes the story of a man who answers a Lonely Hearts classified ad, only to discover that his wife was the woman who placed it. The strange part is that the original lyrics began with, if you like Humphrey Bogart and getting caught in The Rain. Holmes changed his lyrics at the last minute because he wanted to describe the woman's longing for escape. He decided that the pina colada was the ultimate island getaway. The other strange part is that the song is actually true, except Holmes doesn't like the drink. You don't have to get caught in The Rain to sell rate national pina colada date. Just pour yourself a vacation in a glass. If you like cities and French fries, change it Friday to fried dot com. Right? Why don't you do this, Marlo? Come on, marlowe. I'm a little on the fence about it, yeah. You have seasoned fry phobia. Yeah, seasoned fried food. Yeah. I'm Anna de beer. I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we celebrate every day. See you tomorrow. Marlo hates French fries.

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National Day Calendar

03:04 min | 7 months ago

"day" Discussed on National Day Calendar

"This episode is brought to you by Cox, contour TV. Find the entertainment you love with contour TV and contour stream player. Learn more at Cox. Dot com slash contour. Welcome to May 20th, 2022 in the national day calendar. Today we celebrate slowing down to the speed of streaming and life in the fast lane. This episode is brought to you by State Farm. There are some monthly expenses you just can't get away from. Like insurance. You might be looking at your expenses thinking you're going to have to pause on your DIY project, stop collecting vinyl, or even give up your daily coffee fix to have great insurance. Talk about a nightmare. It's a good thing State Farm knows everyone has a budget, and they have a range of options, like ensuring your ride and your home, with surprisingly great rates on both. With State Farm, you can also personalize your policy, so you get the coverage you need at a price that lets you keep up with your projects. Add to your vinyl collection and continue to enjoy your coffee habits. So forget about giving up what you love to have great insurance. For surprisingly great rates, like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. Call or go to State Farm dot com for a quote today. There was a time when if you wanted to watch a season of an entire TV series, you needed to go buy a DVD boxed set, then in 2012, Netflix changed that forever with a show called lily Hummer. It's the story of a New York gangster who was living in Norway, and it was the first streaming series in TV history. Nowadays we're overwhelmed with original content from streaming services, but back then, this was highly unusual. Although lily hamer was only a modest hit, this show paved the way for things like Bridgerton, the marvelous miss maisel, and all of the marvel shows. On national streaming day, grab some snacks curl up on the couch, and get binging. Dirty prohibition, it became very popular in the southern states to illegally distill the alcohol known as moonshine. Federal agents would chase down vehicles during transport and destroy the barrels, so bootleggers began to soup up the engines on their cars, with these faster cars, they could outrun the feds. Once prohibition ended, those really fast cars were going to waste. So people began to race the vehicles, and that evolved into what we know today, as NASCAR. Each year on the third Friday of May, we celebrate NASCAR day, so get comfortable on the couch, crack open a cold one, and get ready for the races. Okay, so I'm seeing a pattern here. Laying on the couch today and watching. Oh yeah. Yeah, right? And cracking open a cold one, apparently. So what would be a good streaming choice today? I don't know. We need to find something about early race car drivers and prohibition perhaps. That's a good choice. That's a good idea. I'm Anna deavere. I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we celebrate every day. See you tomorrow.

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National Day Calendar

02:01 min | 8 months ago

"day" Discussed on National Day Calendar

"Welcome to April 25th, 2022 on the national day calendar. Today we celebrate ringing up old friends and weird science. The first call ever made on a telephone lasted only a couple of seconds. Anna, can you hear me now? Yes. But the duration didn't matter to its inventor Alexander Graham bell, who was ecstatic that his device worked. But he would have positively freaked out if he witnessed the call between two Harvard University students in 2012. Eric Brewster and Avery Leonard spoke on the phone for a record setting 46 hours, 12 minutes and 52 seconds. So what were they talking about? Everything. It was part of an art installation, and by the time the call was over, it's safe to say they were probably ready for lots of silence. On national telephone day, celebrate by ringing up an old friend to catch up. We've all heard stories about children switched at birth, but this story takes the cake. When Lydia Fairchild, a pregnant mother of two found herself in an economic pinch, she decided to apply for government assistance. Imagine her surprise when a DNA test revealed that her children were not her own. She was so upset by the implications of fraud that she asked for a government witness to be present at the birth of her third child. Now, here's where it gets strange, and immediate tests of the newborn confirmed that the child was not Lydia's either. This case had experts sold baffled until science determined that Lydia was a chimera. She herself had absorbed her own twin while developing in utero and it was her twins DNA that showed up during testing. A national DNA day, celebrate the weird science that may only reveal one piece of the truth. Weird. It's just weird. Can you imagine? No. I can't imagine that. Yes. I'm Anna de vere. I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we celebrate every day. See you tomorrow.

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National Day Calendar

02:01 min | 9 months ago

"day" Discussed on National Day Calendar

"Welcome to March 25th, 2022 in the national day calendar. Today we celebrate strange new worlds and acts of bravery. To say that J.R.R. Tolkien had an impact on popular culture is an understatement. Without The Lord of the Rings, we might never have experienced Harry Potter or played Dungeons and Dragons. Before he wrote anything about a hobbit, Tolkien was a Professor of old English literature and a student of language. So when he created middle earth, he came up with an entire history for his fictional world and wrote not one, but 5 different languages, exclusively for the books. Quite the perfectionist. On national Tolkien reading day celebrate your favorite escape into a perfectly curated world. The medal of honors bestowed upon our military for extraordinary acts of service. In the case of Teddy Roosevelt, it was awarded for his acts of apparent defiance during the Spanish-American War, but not until many decades later. Colonel Roosevelt grew impatient as progress was stalled on a charge of the San Juan hill. He managed to convince his immediate supervisor to allow his rough riders to push ahead. With only four or 5 men, teddy was the first American to arrive in the Spanish trenches. This brave act turned the tide of the entire battle. Roosevelt was nominated for a Medal of Honor during his life, but wasn't awarded it until 2001, 82 years after his death, on national Medal of Honor day, we remember the more than 3500 souls who have received this award by going above and beyond the Call of Duty. That's an amazing story. It really is. There really all amazing stories. One that has always stuck with me is a marine who won his Medal of Honor during the boxer rebellion in China. Okay, and now I want to hear that on another show. Yes. I managed to appear. I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we celebrate every day. See you tomorrow.

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National Day Calendar

02:01 min | 9 months ago

"day" Discussed on National Day Calendar

"Welcome to march 6th, 2022 on the national day calendar. Today we celebrate teeth specialists and flash frozen inspiration. There was a time that if you needed a haircut and had a toothache you would go to the same place. A barbershop. Berbers weren't proper dentists. They didn't have any preventative services or teeth cleaning, but they did perform tooth extraction if someone was in pain. They used something called a dental key, which was an early version of forceps. This practice started in the Middle Ages and didn't end until the 1800s when dentists and barbers became two separate things, and thank goodness for that. On national dentist day, we celebrate the people who keep us smiling and the fact that we can get our hair cut without worrying about novocain. Not everyone who goes ice fishing comes up with a $1 million idea, but clarence bird's eye the second discovered something about the fish he caught in the -40° weather of Newfoundland. The year was 1915 and young clarence noticed that flash frozen fish were much better than the kind that were mushy when thawed. He developed a patent for this technology without any idea that frozen food would eventually become a staple. And while his company, bird's eye seafood went bankrupt in 1924 for lack of interest in his product, he continued to refine the revolutionary process until he sold his company and patent in 1929 for $22 million on national frozen food day, we celebrate the flash of genius that keeps our freezers stocked. Wow, the moral of that story is if you got a good idea, keep on trucking. I'm kidding. Yeah, I don't even think there were freezers in homes when he had that idea, right? Just iceboxes. I mean, you put ice in your fridge basically to keep it cold, not freezers. He just really, really wanted fish sticks. That's right. I made it to beer. I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we celebrate every day. Pass the tartar sauce.

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National Day Calendar

02:01 min | 11 months ago

"day" Discussed on National Day Calendar

"Welcome to January 29th, 2022 on the national day calendar. Today we celebrate puzzling pastimes and corny adventures. Putting together a puzzle is a fun way to spend a cozy day indoors. Of course, depending on the number of pieces, it can get frustrating. A hundred pieces, piece of cake. 500 pieces, a bit of a challenge, a thousand pieces. Now we're getting a little crazy. But let's put things into perspective. According to Guinness, the most pieces ever used in a single puzzle is 551,232. It took 1600 students in Vietnam about 17 hours to put it together when completed it measured over 48 by 76 feet and depicted a lotus flower with 6 petals. No word whether there were any missing pieces on national puzzle day, cozy up with your beautiful challenge. We Americans love our crunchy snacks. Thanks to Elmer doolin, this includes corn chips and a household name that began on a road trip. In 1932, he was traveling through San Antonio Texas when he discovered a local favorite called fritos. Doolin bought the recipe from a man who wanted to quit the corn chip business. Little did he know all that it would be the best $100 he ever spent. Doolin perfected them in his mother's kitchen and started selling the chips from the back of his model T, but sales really took off on his mom daisy came up with a recipe campaign called cooking with fritos. This led to a partnership with Herman Lee. And today fritos are corn chip legend, a national corn chip day, enjoy your favorite chips with salsa and cheese, or even a recipe from the daisy doolin kitchen. And I wonder if I could cash in on my mom's pie recipe. As they should be. Yeah. I think tomorrow is national croissant day. I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we celebrate every day.

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National Day Calendar

02:01 min | 11 months ago

"day" Discussed on National Day Calendar

"Welcome to January 13th, 2022 in the national day calendar. Today we celebrate sticky stories and a man who topped the charts. We see them every day, but have you ever paid attention to the stickers on many fruits and vegetables? These are known as PLU's or price lookup labels, and they're the same everywhere around the world. So if you buy a banana in Germany, the coat on it will be identical to the one you buy in Minnesota. These stickers also have a story to tell. If a fruit has been grown with pesticides, the four digit code starts with a three or four. If it's GMO, the code is 5 digits and starts with an 8, and if the produce is organic, there's a 5 digit code that starts with a 9. A lot of info for such a small item, right? And here's a tip for celebrating national sticker day. If you can't remove that sticker from your Apple, use a piece of tape to get it off more easily. I hate trying to get that thing off. There you go. There's your tip. One of the greatest songwriters in American history was born on July 4th, 1826, which seems only fitting. Over a century before Elvis Presley or The Beatles were topping the charts, Steven foster was making his indelible mark on American culture. While his name may not be instantly recognizable, his songs certainly are. In 1847, the song O susannah became his first big hit and catapulted him to fame. It became even more popular when the miners in the California gold rush adopted it as an anthem. Later, songs like camptown races, beautiful dreamer, and my old Kentucky home cemented his place in the Pantheon of American music. On Stephen foster Memorial Day, we celebrate the man who created hits that have stood the test of time. What a cool story. How do they become so popular at that time? People love to purchase sheet music. Oh, they still do. Hey, tomorrow, it's national hot pastrami sandwich day. Yummy. I'm Anna de vere. I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we celebrate every day. See you tomorrow.

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National Day Calendar

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"day" Discussed on National Day Calendar

"Welcome to December 25th, 2021 on the national day calendar. Today we celebrate the windy road of Christmas and the most wonderful time of the year. This year's NBA playoffs are going to feature a lot of great rookies. And FanDuel wants you to be one of them. Make your debut on FanDuel sportsbook with promo code rookie and your first bet is risk free up to a thousand bucks. So you can bet the point spread, grab the money line or build a same game parlay. And if you make a rookie mistake, FanDuel will give you up to a $1000 back in sight credit. So you can take another shot. Okay, this guy's got potential. Make every moment more with thando, America's number one sports book. Sign up can unlock your risk free first bet up to a $1000. We're looking forward to seeing what you're made of. 21 plus in president, Virginia, first online real money wager only, refund issued as non withdrawal site credit that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. C terms that sports books FanDuel dot com gambling problem called one 800 gambler. While Christmas enjoys popularity throughout the world today, it's traditions of fluctuated widely. In medieval times the birth of Jesus Christ was a solemn observance with very little feasting or singing. The renaissance gave rise to the gift giving decorating and caroling we enjoy today, the traditions of tree trimming and mistletoe came from the ancient celebration of yule, which was adopted into Roman customs along with Christianity. For this reason, early Puritans banned Christmas for nearly 20 years in America. The true spirit of this holiday is alive today because of our universal love for celebration. No matter how you keep this tradition, today we wish you all a very Merry Christmas. It's also alphabet day. You mean alphabet? No, half a bit. It's the word alphabet, but with Noel. Get it? Noel. Christmas. It's bad pun day. I remember this from last year. Today, while you're enjoying the festivities, see how many puns you can slip into conversations. I wish we could just enjoy the day without puns. Is that why you have a resting Grinch? Face, Hannah? Hey. You'll be sorry if you don't attend my Christmas party this year. Merlot sure just been a jerk now. Come on. It takes one to snow one. Oh wait, there's mer. Oh. They're so bad. That's so bad. They tomorrow it's national candy cane day. The day we get to take them off the tree and eat them, right? You stole my thunder. That's my favorite part of decorating a Christmas tree. Really? Yep. I ran a de vere. I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we celebrate every day. I'm sending John all my candy canes.

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National Day Calendar

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"day" Discussed on National Day Calendar

"Welcome to December 21st, 2021 on the national day calendar. Today we celebrate vacation sweet spots and turning your holiday frown upside down. This year's NBA playoffs are going to feature a lot of great rookies. And FanDuel wants you to be one of them. Make your debut on FanDuel sportsbook with promo code rookie and your first bet is risk free up to a thousand bucks. So you can bet the point spread, grab the money line or build the same game parlay. And if you make a rookie mistake, FanDuel will give you up to a $1000 back in sight credit. So you can take another shot. Okay, this guy's got potential. Make every moment more with than do. America's number one sports book. Sign up can unlock your risk free first bet up to a $1000. We're looking forward to seeing what you're made of. 21 plus in president Virginia, first online real money wager only, refund issued as non withdrawal site credit that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply, C terms that sports books FanDuel dot com, gambling problem called one 800 gambler. If you want to catch the sunrise before anyone else in the United States pack your bags and head to Maine. Specifically the west quoddy head lighthouse. This building was constructed in 1858, and is at the easternmost point of the country. That means it sees the first rays of the sun each day. And it's hard to miss, even though Maine is home to more than 60 lighthouses, the west quadi had lighthouse is white with big red stripes, looking like a gigantic candy cane that guides ships into port. It's a pretty sweet spot to check out if you ever visit the state they call vacation land, USA on national main day celebrate the people and culture of the pine tree state. I'm going there. That sounds cool. I know, right? It does John. I think it's great. The word humbug dates back to the 1750s when it was used to describe anything false or deceptive. Charles Dickens assigned this phrase to ebenezer Scrooge, who scoffed at anyone who would find good cheer in a world full of poverty and misery. While it took some ghostly visitations to turn screws around, perhaps it's wise to take stock of our own frustrations. It's okay to admit that the holiday season is stressful. If the hustle and bustle is filling you with humbug, it's probably best to make time for yourself. And if that's not enough, try ditching all the stuff that makes you crabby and focus on what brings you joy. On hump day, celebrate your own transformation into all things bright and beautiful. Yeah, Marlo. Marlowe's a pirate. Hey tomorrow, it's national date nut bread day. I ain't dating no nut. I'm Anna de beer. I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we celebrate every day. See you tomorrow.

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National Day Calendar

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"day" Discussed on National Day Calendar

"This episode is brought to you by boar's head. If you're looking for something delicious, look no further than boar's head pit craft turkey. It's slow roasted with real Mesquite wood chips to give it a real pit smoke flavor. And it's authentic dry rub made of paprika, brown sugar, and Mexican chilies gives it a bold taste you need to experience yourself. Boar's head. Compromise elsewhere, find pit craft turkey at your local boar's head retailer. Welcome to November 15th, 2021 on the national day calendar. Today we celebrate traditional cakes and a legacy of generosity. This episode is brought to you by boar's head. If you're looking for something delicious, look no further than boar's head pit craft turkey. It's slow roasted with real Mesquite wood chips to give it a real pit smoke flavor. And it's authentic dry rub made of paprika, brown sugar, and Mexican chilies gives it a bold taste you need to experience yourself. Boar's head. Compromise elsewhere, find pit craft turkey at your local boar's head retailer. The inventor H David dalquist was the first to cast the aluminum pan known as the bunt. In 1950, he created the pan in his Minnesota based Nordic ware company for a local women's group who wanted to bake a traditional kugel hop or ring shaped cake. Naming the pan for the German word for Bond, dalquist added the tea to the end of bund and patented the pan in a stroke of foresight genius. At first, the pan did not sell well and Nordic wear considered discontinuing it. Then in 1966, the pan was used to create the tunnel of fudge cake in a Pillsbury bake off that inspired baker's everywhere. Over 200,000 orders for the pan streamed in and over 60 million have been sold to date. On national bunt day, celebrate the bond of baking with your own family. Giving back to the community is important, and no one did that quite like Andrew Carnegie. As a child, he and his family emigrated to the United States from Scotland, and he got a job as a bobbin boy at a cotton mill. Decades later, he became a railroad and steel tycoon, who had amassed one of the largest fortunes of all time, adjusting for inflation, he was worth over $350 billion. Wanting to leave the world a better place, Andrew set up pensions for his employees, gave donations that built universities, museums, and nearly 3000 public libraries. On national philanthropy day, we celebrate the successful men and women who make a difference by helping others. That's an amazing story. It really is amazing. Hey, tomorrow it's national fast food day. What? Taco Bell. Okay, John. I'm Anna deavere. I'm marvel Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we celebrate every day. See you tomorrow.

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National Day Calendar

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"day" Discussed on National Day Calendar

"Welcome to November 11th, 2021 on the national day calendar. Today we celebrate ice cream bliss and our enduring love for veterans. This year's NBA playoffs are going to feature a lot of great rookies. And FanDuel wants you to be one of them. Make your debut on FanDuel sportsbook with promo code rookie and your first bet is risk free up to a thousand bucks. So you can bet the point spread, grab the money line or build a same game parlay. And if you make a rookie mistake. FanDuel will give you up to a $1000 back in sight credit. So you can take another shot. Okay, this guy's got potential. Make every moment more with than do. America's number one sports book. Sign up can unlock your risk free first bet up to a $1000. We're looking forward to seeing what you're made of. 21 plus in president Virginia, first online real money wager only, refund issued as non withdrawal site credit that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply, C terms that sports book FanDuel dot com, gambling problem called one 800 gambler. From the late 1800s on, states passed what were known as blue laws. They were intended to prohibit the sale of alcohol on Sunday, but the laws also prevented the sale of soda, which could be used as a mixer. That meant that drugstores couldn't sell ice cream sodas. In order to keep sales up, a pharmacy in Illinois created the ice cream sundae. The origin of the name for the frozen dessert seemed pretty straightforward. It was served on a Sunday. So it should be called a Sunday, but there's also a story that someone with the last name sontag, which is German for Sunday, invented it. Whatever the origin, let's thank our lucky stars at somebody did it and enjoy some ice cream today on national Sunday day. What's your favorite topping? Oh, hot fudge. John. Hot fudge strawberries for me. Veterans Day always falls on November 11th to coincide with the ending of World War I. It was originally known as Armistice Day for the treaty that was signed on the 11th day of the 11th month in the 11th hour. It has also been approved to be a day dedicated to the cause of world peace. While Memorial Day commemorates all those who lost their lives and service to their country and armed forces day honors those in active duty, Veterans Day encompasses all United States military veterans, it does not change according to where it falls on the day of the week. Veterans Day is a reminder of our admiration for those willing to pay the ultimate price in protection of our freedoms. I love it 1111 11. Yep. And thank you veterans. Tomorrow, it's national French dip day. What is not to like about a French dip sandwich? Absolutely nothing. You gotta add some horseradish to it though, of course. Yes. I'm Anna deavere. I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we celebrate every day. See you tomorrow.

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National Day Calendar

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"day" Discussed on National Day Calendar

"Welcome to October 18th, 2021 on the national day calendar. Today we celebrate getting a kick out of fashion and great moments in beard history. Although it's a year round staple when the temperature drops down in the fall, it's officially legging season. Once a necessity that provided an added layer of warmth, leggings are now part of an iconic style that's both comfortable and fashionable. Leggings truly set a trend in the 1950s and 60s as standard workout and wardrobe essentials over time, breathable materials, textures and designs, ushered in the undeniable era of leggings, modern leggings are a feat of engineering, designed to enhance your workout and your dressy side. On international leggings day, kick up your style with this fashion essential. At one time, Alexander the Great controlled the largest empire in the world. Legend has it that he also started a custom that lives on to this day. Men shaving their faces. In three 31 BC, Alexander lost a key battle against the Persian army. He witnessed the soldiers grabbing his men by their beards to hold them in place while stabbing them with a spear. Before they fought the Persian army again, Alexander ordered his troops to shave their beard. They won the next battle, and Alexander went on to become one of the most powerful rulers in history. You may find yourself grumbling as you're shaving for work today, but on national no beard day, celebrate the fact that Nick and yourself with a razor isn't as bad as getting poked with a spear. No kidding. That's right. Hey, happy birthday, Anna. Oh, thank you. I don't know, are you ready? Happy birthday. Thank you. Happy birthday to you. That was like weirdly out of saint, hey. Hey tomorrow's national can tookie day. I'm Anna deavere. I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we celebrate every day. See you tomorrow.

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"day" Discussed on National Day Calendar

National Day Calendar

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"day" Discussed on National Day Calendar

"Welcome to October 9th, 2021 on the national day calendar. Today we celebrate a soft spot for wool and a warm spot in the Cold War. In 1974, the sci-fi classic Doctor Who cast a new actor in the lead role. Costume designer James atchison was given the task of creating a unique look for the doctor. He thought the costume should have a scarf. And he asked his friend begonia Pope to knit one. Atchison dropped off several balls of yarn and went on his way. Begonia began knitting and because she wasn't sure how long the scarf should be, she didn't stop until every last inch of yarn had been used. The result was a ridiculously long scarf that was about 18 feet long. This colorful accessory became the trademark look for Tom baker's incarnation of Doctor Who, an I love yarn day, express your own textile taste, and don't be afraid to go over the top. During the Cold War, the Soviet Union seemed invincible at the game of chess. For decades, every single world championship was won by a Soviet player. When an American named Bobby Fisher made it to the championships in 1972, the whole world was watching to see what would happen. Fisher lost the first two matches to the reigning champ Boris Spassky, and it looked as if the Soviet streak would continue. Then Fisher staged one of the greatest comebacks in the history of competitive chess. His performance was so impressive that the crowd broke out into applause after his win. Even spasky gave Fisher a standing ovation. A national chess day celebrate the ultimate game of strategy that can still bring the world together. That must have been something to watch. It was. And the big thing is that the crowd broke out into applause. That doesn't happen at tournament chess. Oh, I bet it doesn't happen in the Soviet Union. Especially in the Soviet Union. Right? Hey, tomorrow is national angel food cake day. Toasted. With strawberries. I'm Anna deavere. I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we celebrate every day. See you tomorrow.

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"day" Discussed on Two Moms Day Drinking

Two Moms Day Drinking

07:46 min | 2 years ago

"day" Discussed on Two Moms Day Drinking

"A cold day in leander. So i got myself a hotel room to share with three eight year old girls. God save us. I had planned to do some dour. Little number about the violence of the capital. And how we need as parents to ensure that our children develop a cold sort of comfort with things like saying the word no then. I came home from work. And realize that the propane delivery scheduled to satisfy the unshakable thirst of the five hundred gallon monster between my back deck and chicken. Coop had not arrived and that it was forty two degrees fahrenheit in my living room and that there was no way we were having any kind of sleep over that. I wanted any part of with one space heater in my room so i resigned myself to the fact that my life is meant to be lived paying off credit cards only turn around and need them for emergencies. I probably shouldn't be having at my age to begin with. I'm bad at life. I'm not even going to explain myself. You all know me. I paid the bill in full the morning before wednesday morning the day i longed for hunter. S thompson's coasts to just consult for wisdom as our nation groaned and side under the enormous weight of what we've created the pendulous return on one bad investment. The propane. people have been less than impressed. That i was calling to pay off my last delivery and ask that another be scheduled post-haste because i had not checked my gauge in my defense. I was heating with a coal furnace last year and it took me eighteen months to go through five hundred gallons this year. There's a propane furnace and a learning curve. i don't transition well. my brain takes a moment. Reorient itself he can't just start keeping coffee cups in a new cupboard with someone. Like me is what. I'm telling you i did in my own defense. Check the estimate on the website for my propane company on christmas day. I'm pretty sure it said i was still fifty six percent. Okay the day before yesterday. Wednesday as i shivered in my kitchen and clutched my freshly healed credit card between my thumb and forefinger about two. Got it all over again. Like the sadistic freak. I appear to have become. I checked the estimate online to it. Said i was still thirty percent cool. I swear that. If i could prove that propane tank had feelings i commission a painter to turn it into an eggplant. Just a shame it for what it had done to me anyhow. Here i am again revictimizes my credit card for room twelve miles from my house. I'm not saying this is anyone's fault. But my own. But i am saying that if my choices two hundred and fifty bucks for a few gallons of emergency propane because apparently. I just have a powerful lesson for enough propane to cook steak on the grill. Until malayan and not a deep need to sustain ambient room temperature of at least sixty degrees in an ancient two story farmhouse for the next two days or for two nights in a hotel with fluffy. Then my friends. I'm going to choose flu f- single time anyhow. Time traveled again. It's now sunday night. And i've dropped the children off with the elders so that i can leave way too early for work in the morning without having to solve a scooby. Doo mystery like the case of wire. My kids snow boots behind the ice machine on the second floor. I'm sitting here and my cozy to degree. Double queen sweet and thinking to myself about what route. I'm going to take tomorrow driving coudersport in the morning. It's a pretty drive. It's about halfway to wells borough. Which so far is the farthest blood. Drive we host from here. The way has become familiar. I'm relatively confident. I'll be able to get gas and drink on the way stop for stretches and restrooms. It will be cold outside. But i know the road and the pitstops and it will be a nice opportunity to spend the morning waking up to a new podcast as the sun rises. Thanks to the fact that it gets dark at one thirty in the afternoon here right now it will be as familiar but in a different way. Anyone who's lived the commuting life knows what i mean. Certain routes getting coded in muscle memory so quickly that even in the dark. You have a solid sense of exactly where you are and what you'll encounter next but a pretty powerful thing. There are times at night usually around the full moon. When i find myself winding my way out of whatever town we've been bloodletting in and digging my way deeper and deeper into the forest surrounding my home. The transition is palpable. it's a physical process. The ride back home. I do not do well working close to home. Because i've come to rely on that hour or more in the car between work and home transitioning mentally as the ratio of trees to cars explodes into the million but climbing the back roads with fields and pastures bathed in the weird blue. Tim burton light of a full moon on a clear night. I can't help but wonder because anxiety is apparently forever folks. What would happen if i a tire and had to change it with only the bare bones tools. I carry around with me. What would happen if i ran out of gas. Who might happen along. What if no one ever did for most of the things. I'd be fine which really gets may anxiety feeling crappy about itself so it starts overcompensating and i wonder what about fifty years ago. A hundred. I can tell you right now flat tire or not. I am not a woman who does well without electricity plumbing and a mild to moderate amounts of fluff doesn't need to be expensive flu. F- i'm a big fan of a one room cabin but a flu win. I don't care if the blanket came from dollar general but it better feel like i'm melting into a pad of butter on a shoreline of warm. Pancakes is just amazing to me. Flying solo across the arctic backwoods two lanes of western pennsylvania with the whole world shimmering like the individual flex of silver suspended in an old timey photograph delusion really safe i feel sixty miles an hour just worried about. Can i finish this episode of hidden brain. Before i get home at how beautiful. The scene is beyond my windshield. Take that windshield away. And i am not a happy girl. Take my car and my phone. Just leave me there to die. Then i guess that would be my brain's initial winding reaction. I am amazed sitting here now hoping that. I'll come home to a little tag on my door tomorrow. That says your gas is here and not frozen pipe in my basement how fragile we are but more than not how blissfully unaware we have become of that fact. Thanks to the conveniences. We've come to rely on and it was hardly a new thought nor is there any real call to action here. Just maybe some night before the thought take yourself up to the top of a nice tall hill and look down on the world in the light of a full moon and marvel at the reality face if all of our humanity stripped away if the matrix dissolved and you left standing there and just your nikes and you're flannel or maybe it's just the ungodly and the.

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