35 Burst results for "December Twenty"
AP News Radio
US producer prices surge 11% in April on higher food costs
"There's there's there's there's more more more more evidence evidence evidence evidence inflation inflation inflation inflation is is is is likely likely likely likely to to to to remain remain remain remain high high high high in in in in the the the the months months months months ahead ahead ahead ahead I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with the the the the latest latest latest latest numbers numbers numbers numbers the the the the labor labor labor labor department's department's department's department's producer producer producer producer price price price price index index index index which which which which measures measures measures measures inflation inflation inflation inflation before before before before it it it it reaches reaches reaches reaches consumers consumers consumers consumers with with with with five five five five tenths tenths tenths tenths of of of of a a a a percent percent percent percent higher higher higher higher in in in in April April April April than than than than in in in in March March March March when when when when compared compared compared compared with with with with April April April April of of of of last last last last year year year year producer producer producer producer prices prices prices prices were were were were eleven eleven eleven eleven percent percent percent percent higher higher higher higher still still still still both both both both figures figures figures figures represent represent represent represent a a a a slowdown slowdown slowdown slowdown from from from from March March March March when when when when the the the the monthly monthly monthly monthly gain gain gain gain was was was was one one one one point point point point six six six six percent percent percent percent in in in in the the the the year year year year over over over over year year year year increase increase increase increase eleven eleven eleven eleven point point point point five five five five it's it's it's it's the the the the first first first first decline decline decline decline in in in in the the the the yearly yearly yearly yearly data data data data since since since since December December December December twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty in in in in key key key key categories categories categories categories shipping shipping shipping shipping and and and and warehousing warehousing warehousing warehousing prices prices prices prices leapt leapt leapt leapt three three three three point point point point six six six six percent percent percent percent in in in in April April April April from from from from March March March March food food food food costs costs costs costs rose rose rose rose one one one one point point point point five five five five percent percent percent percent in in in in new new new new car car car car prices prices prices prices rose rose rose rose eight eight eight eight tenths tenths tenths tenths of of of of a a a a percent percent percent percent capturing capturing capturing capturing inflation inflation inflation inflation at at at at an an an an earlier earlier earlier earlier stage stage stage stage of of of of production production production production the the the the report report report report suggests suggests suggests suggests high high high high inflation inflation inflation inflation will will will will remain remain remain remain a a a a burden burden burden burden for for for for consumers consumers consumers consumers and and and and businesses businesses businesses businesses in in in in the the the the months months months months ahead ahead ahead ahead Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Washington Washington Washington
AP News Radio
NFL concerned about concussions, injuries on special teams
"The the the the NFL's NFL's NFL's NFL's chief chief chief chief medical medical medical medical officer officer officer officer says says says says one one one one in in in in six six six six concussions concussions concussions concussions came came came came on on on on special special special special teams teams teams teams this this this this season season season season and and and and thirty thirty thirty thirty percent percent percent percent of of of of major major major major knee knee knee knee injuries injuries injuries injuries and and and and twenty twenty twenty twenty nine nine nine nine percent percent percent percent of of of of other other other other lower lower lower lower body body body body injuries injuries injuries injuries were were were were on on on on kick kick kick kick teams teams teams teams the the the the numbers numbers numbers numbers are are are are alarming alarming alarming alarming because because because because only only only only about about about about seventeen seventeen seventeen seventeen percent percent percent percent of of of of all all all all plays plays plays plays involve involve involve involve special special special special teams teams teams teams league league league league officials officials officials officials however however however however stopping stopping stopping stopping short short short short of of of of saying saying saying saying rule rule rule rule changes changes changes changes to to to to limit limit limit limit kicked kicked kicked kicked place place place place could could could could be be be be coming coming coming coming meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile on on on on the the the the cold cold cold cold front front front front positive positive positive positive cases cases cases cases mushroom mushroom mushroom mushroom to to to to four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred eleven eleven eleven eleven on on on on the the the the week week week week of of of of December December December December twenty twenty twenty twenty six six six six there there there there were were were were only only only only thirty thirty thirty thirty seven seven seven seven cases cases cases cases among among among among the the the the fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen playoff playoff playoff playoff teams teams teams teams I I I I Norman Norman Norman Norman hall hall hall hall
AP News Radio
COVID deaths and cases are rising again at US nursing homes
"The the Omicron Omicron variant variant has has covered covered nineteen nineteen infections infections rising rising again again in in nursing nursing homes homes I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with a a look look at at some some numbers numbers data data from from the the centers centers for for disease disease control control and and prevention prevention shows shows a a seven seven fold fold increase increase in in covert covert nineteen nineteen cases cases among among nursing nursing home home residents residents in in the the week week ending ending January January ninth ninth that that some some thirty thirty two two thousand thousand cases cases with with six six hundred hundred and and forty forty five five covert covert related related deaths deaths at at the the same same time time more more than than fifty fifty seven seven thousand thousand nursing nursing home home workers workers had had the the virus virus by by far far the the highest highest number number on on record record during during the the pandemic pandemic still still the the situation situation is is not not as as dire dire as as December December twenty twenty twenty twenty one one nursing nursing home home deaths deaths per per week week peaked peaked at at six six thousand thousand two two hundred hundred experts experts credit credit the the high high vaccination vaccination rates rates among among residents residents about about eighty eighty seven seven percent percent are are fully fully vaccinated vaccinated among among staff staff the the number number is is eighty eighty three three percent percent but but only only twenty twenty nine nine percent percent have have received received a a booster booster on on Ben Ben Thomas Thomas
AP News Radio
December retail sales slide 1.9% amid shortages, omicron
"The the government's government's latest latest figures figures show show retail retail sales sales actually actually fell fell in in December December I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with a a closer closer look look product product shortages shortages rising rising prices prices and and the the arrival arrival of of the the Omicron Omicron variant variant of of covert covert nineteen nineteen prompted prompted Americans Americans to to sharply sharply cut cut their their spending spending last last month month as as the the holiday holiday shopping shopping season season rolled rolled to to its its conclusion conclusion the the commerce commerce department department reports reports retail retail sales sales fell fell a a seasonally seasonally adjusted adjusted one one point point nine nine percent percent from from November November restaurant restaurant sales sales slipped slipped eight eight tenths tenths of of a a percent percent what what department department stores stores fell fell seven seven percent percent in in online online sales sales dropped dropped eight eight point point seven seven percent percent still still not not followed followed a a burst burst of of spending spending in in the the fall fall that that helped helped bolster bolster the the holiday holiday season season November November sales sales were were up up three three tenths tenths of of a a percent percent over over October's October's jump jump of of one one point point eight eight percent percent in in compared compared with with December December twenty twenty twenty twenty last last month's month's retail retail sales sales for for sixteen sixteen point point nine nine percent percent higher higher I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas
AP News Radio
US posted smallest monthly deficit in 2 years in December
"The the federal federal budget budget deficit deficit last last month month shrank shrank to to its its smallest smallest amount amount in in two two years years I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with a a look look at at the the numbers numbers the the treasury treasury department department reports reports a a December December deficit deficit of of twenty twenty one one point point three three billion billion dollars dollars rebounding rebounding economy economy has has helped helped boost boost tax tax receipts receipts while while government government spending spending has has slowed slowed some some code code relief relief programs programs ended ended it's it's the the smallest smallest monthly monthly deficit deficit since since December December twenty twenty nineteen nineteen before before the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic when when it it came came in in at at thirteen thirteen billion billion in in just just a a fraction fraction of of the the one one hundred hundred and and forty forty three three point point six six billion billion dollar dollar deficit deficit in in December December of of twenty twenty twenty twenty at at that that time time the the government government was was spending spending trillions trillions to to keep keep the the economy economy from from falling falling into into an an even even deeper deeper covert covert funk funk Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Washington Washington the the federal federal budget budget deficit deficit last last month month shrank shrank to to its its smallest smallest amount amount in in two two years years I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with a a look look at at the the numbers numbers the the treasury treasury department department reports reports a a December December deficit deficit of of twenty twenty one one point point three three billion billion dollars dollars rebounding rebounding economy economy has has helped helped boost boost tax tax receipts receipts while while government government spending spending has has slowed slowed some some code code relief relief programs programs ended ended it's it's
AP News Radio
US jobless claims rise by 7,000, but still low at 207,000
"The the number number of of Americans Americans filing filing for for unemployment unemployment rose rose but but remains remains at at historically historically low low levels levels the the labor labor department's department's weekly weekly count count of of jobless jobless claims claims rose rose last last week week by by seven seven thousand thousand to to two two hundred hundred and and seven seven thousand thousand while while the the four four week week average average of of claims claims rose rose by by nearly nearly forty forty eight eight hundred hundred to to just just below below two two hundred hundred five five thousand thousand still still historically historically low low one one point point eight eight million million Americans Americans were were collecting collecting traditional traditional unemployment unemployment aid aid the the week week that that ended ended December December twenty twenty fifth fifth economists economists with with Oxford Oxford economics economics say say that that assuming assuming layoffs layoffs related related Omicron Omicron are are limited limited and and that that tight tight labor labor market market conditions conditions they they expect expect initial initial claims claims to to continue continue to to hover hover around around the the two two hundred hundred thousand thousand mark mark Jennifer Jennifer king king Washington Washington
AP News Radio
US children hospitalized with COVID in near-record numbers
"The the only only concert concert just just putting putting an an alarming alarming number number of of children children in in the the hospital hospital with with the the corona corona virus virus from from Philadelphia Philadelphia to to Seattle Seattle hospitals hospitals are are seeing seeing a a bump bump in in cases cases of of children children with with corona corona virus virus being being admitted admitted according according to to the the CDC CDC an an average average of of three three hundred hundred and and thirty thirty four four children children with with coronavirus coronavirus remitted remitted per per day day to to hospitals hospitals during during the the week week of of December December twenty twenty first first to to the the twenty twenty seventh seventh that's that's a a fifty fifty eight eight percent percent increase increase from from the the week week before before and and close close to to the the previous previous record record back back in in early early September September experts experts lament lament that that most most of of the the youngsters youngsters are are not not vaccinated vaccinated nationwide nationwide only only about about fourteen fourteen percent percent of of eligible eligible five five to to eleven eleven year year olds olds are are fully fully protected protected and and fifty fifty three three percent percent of of kids kids twelve twelve and and up up children children are are still still a a small small percentage percentage of of the the over over ninety ninety four four hundred hundred Kobe Kobe patients patients being being admitted admitted every every day day and and doctors doctors say say the the youngsters youngsters coming coming in in now now seem seem less less sick sick than than those those seen seen during during the the summers summers delta delta search search Jennifer Jennifer king king Washington Washington
AP News Radio
Live updates: Omicron accounts for 59% of new cases in US
"Adjusted adjusted U. U. S. S. government government figures figures show show that that the the Omicron Omicron varying varying continues continues to to account account for for a a growing growing proportion proportion of of new new coronavirus coronavirus infections infections in in the the country country updated updated data data from from the the CDC CDC says says Omicron Omicron accounted accounted for for fifty fifty nine nine percent percent of of new new cases cases in in the the country country for for the the week week ending ending December December twenty twenty fifth fifth that's that's up up from from twenty twenty three three percent percent the the week week before before the the CDC CDC had had mistakenly mistakenly said said last last week week that that Omicron Omicron already already accounted accounted for for a a majority majority of of new new cases cases in in the the country country but but the the agency agency now now says says it's it's significantly significantly lowered lowered that that previous previous estimate estimate based based on on additional additional data data it it collected collected the the rapid rapid spread spread comes comes after after the the first first confirmed confirmed case case of of Omicron Omicron in in the the U. U. S. S. was was identified identified earlier earlier this this month month studies studies have have provided provided early early hints hints that that the the latest latest variant variant is is milder milder than than delta delta I'm I'm Shelley Shelley Adler Adler
AP News Radio
Judge in Prince Andrew suit says document should be unsealed
"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi reporting reporting a a judge judge in in a a lawsuit lawsuit against against prince prince Andrew Andrew says says a a secret secret documents documents should should be be unsealed unsealed a a federal federal judge judge has has issued issued a a brief brief order order saying saying a a secret secret two two thousand thousand eight eight settlement settlement between between Virginia Virginia two two free free and and financier financier Jeffrey Jeffrey Epstein Epstein should should be be made made public public the the settlement settlement has has become become central central to to a a lawsuit lawsuit you you Frey Frey filed filed in in August August claiming claiming Britain's Britain's prince prince Andrew Andrew abused abused her her on on multiple multiple occasions occasions in in two two thousand thousand one one when when she she was was seventeen seventeen Andrew Andrew denies denies the the allegations allegations an an attorney attorney for for the the prince prince has has said said the the settlement settlement between between two two free free and and abstain abstain who who killed killed himself himself in in twenty twenty nineteen nineteen while while awaiting awaiting a a sex sex trafficking trafficking trial trial protects protects and and ruled ruled against against the the lawsuit lawsuit but but U. U. S. S. district district judge judge Loretta Loretta Prisco Prisco said said Tuesday Tuesday absent absent any any valid valid objection objection by by Epstein's Epstein's estate estate the the document document should should be be made made public public on on or or before before December December twenty twenty second second as as part part of of Andrew's Andrew's case case hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio
AP News Radio
Biden to get routine physical exam, his first as president
"President Biden is getting his first physical exam since taking office it will be his first in nearly two years a doctor's reported December twenty nineteen noted then candidate Biden was healthy vigorous ain't fit to successfully execute the duties of the presidency with his longtime primary care doctor saying Biden was an overall good shape the president is now seventy eight he will undergo the routine exam at Walter Reed national military Medical Center Sager
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Highly Vaccinated Israel Is Seeing a Dramatic Surge in New COVID Cases
"We get the flu shot but people still get the flu. Got the kovic vaccination. People are going to still get good all these people who are getting these breakthrough infections. Chris rock the famous comedian. He's got kovin. He was fully vaccinated. Laura lunar who is the firebrand conservative big activist political candidate. She evidently was saying she hoped she got cove it because she wanted to. Kinda show that. It wasn't as bad as the flu and she kind of made some. She's very very staunchly. Provocative on the issue governed. Now she is asking for people to pray for her as she is evidently been very very sick with covert. So i mean. Here's the headline out of newsweek. Israel's grim cova data cova case data from israel's suggests that vaccine vaccination alone is not enough to completely halt. The pandemic experts have told newsweek. Scientists around the world have been closely watching israel to see how vaccinations could affect the pandemic. Because after all that's what we were told vaccines would solve this. Israel launched a rapid vaccination campaign in december twenty twenty there now at almost eighty percent or over yet. Israel currently has one of the worst rates of biweekly cova cases per million in the world was tell you
AP News Radio
North Carolina Judges Strike Down State’s Voter ID Law
"North Carolina judges have struck down the state's latest photo voter ID law two of the three trial judges hearing the lawsuit declared that the December twenty eighteen law is unconstitutional the judges barred its enforcement agreeing with minority voters that Republicans rammed through roles tainted by racial bias as a way to remain in power the majority's decision is now likely headed to a state appeals court with two other pending lawsuits it's looking more unlikely that a voter ID mandate for in person absentee balloting will happen in the twenty twenty two elections a previous ID law was struck down five years ago I Shelley Adler
TIME's Top Stories
Moderna Says COVID-19 Vaccine Protection Wanes, Makes Case for Booster
"Maderna's case for a covert nineteen booster shots. It's vaccine protection wayne's by thirty six percent after twelve months. According to a new study by alice park studies from cova nineteen vaccine makers and public health officials have been suggesting for awhile that protection provided by the vaccine wanes over time and a new study published on september fifteenth to a pre print server. The study is not yet. Peer reviewed researchers at medina which makes one of the two are in a covert nineteen vaccines. The other is from pfizer. Biotech report that people vaccinated within the last eight months had thirty six percent fewer breakthrough infections. The knows who were vaccinated a year ago that suggests vaccine induced. Immunity is likely highest shortly after people get their recommended two doses of the vaccine and starts to drop afterward. The modern vaccine received emergency use authorization from the us food and drug administration in december twenty twenty the fda currently reviewing the company's request for full approval aldershot.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Fox's Greg Gutfeld Weighs in on Perceived COVID Vaccine Risks
"Greg gut failed to lisa boothe pushing back against the narrative that the vaccine is highly dangerous data. The is weird. Because it's self reported and you it's not actually controlled. I mean there's people can write in and say whatever they want. cdc's still uses it as a source of information and that's reflagged early warning signs. And yeah you're right it's self reporting. It's not one hundred percent verifiable but if you look at for one year loan since december twenty twenty till now had more deaths than all other vaccines from nineteen ninety two now and i'm sitting in for me. There's no. I don't think there's any deaths caused by the vaccine. Yes there has been caused by maybe one. No there's been verifiable. Where poor title and henry. I think out of the millions. It's probably close to zero. But that's if someone is not at risk of kobe why would they have to go get vaccinated. It should be up to them in their own personal risk. No but that's an some people should get kobe. That's a different argument. what you're saying. I'm not disagreeing with you. People individual choice dot disagree. When i'm saying you can't say that the vaccine is high risk right now. The data says otherwise. It actually says that it's probably one of the most low risk things anyway. We've got to move on. And i tend to agree with greg. Good field i mean. I don't think it's high risk at. I don't think the data's data supports that at all. But you you get to determine for yourself if you're wanting to take the risk ultimately you get to decide whether you're going to risk getting cogut and that's that's a risk that everybody can take and in a sense. We're all taking a risk with the breakthrough infections that we've seen. There are lots of people who have been vaccinated who've gotten co vid and the vast majority of those people have stayed out of the hospital but this is. This is a decision you get to make. Why doesn't the left wanna let people make that decision for themselves.
Kottke Ride Home
Comirnaty? How Pfizer's Vaccine Got Its Brand Name
"That the pfizer. By on ted cova vaccine has officially received. Fda approval here in the us the companies behind it are allowed to market it. Which maybe i don't know they'll be able to do more successfully than anyone else has yet in trying to get the vaccine hesitant to get. It moved along with that marketing. Means the broad rollout of its official brand name community community c. o. m. i r. n. a. t. y. community the internet's as you can imagine did not give them an easy time with this name. Twitter user happy farmer tweeted quote community. It's easy to remember. It's like saying community when you're drunk and quotes an icu. Doctor nick mark tweeted quote. I feel like the brainstorm session that came up with the name. Community either ended too soon or went on way too long and quotes based on what naming experts are saying. I'm gonna go with way too long and probably too many cooks in the kitchen. And when i say cooks i mean. Ceo's years the thing though even though community is getting all the attention right now. It's not actually news. It was announced as the brand name for the pfizer biotech vaccine. At least as early as december. Twenty twenty and beth snyder bullock senior editor fierce pharma did a great right up back then. Talking to the folks who came up with the name specifically brand institute one of the top naming agencies in the world. Scott your groc- brand institute president of operations and communications told fierce pharma. Last year quote the name is coined from cove nineteen immunity and then embeds the m. are a in the middle which is the platform technology and as a whole the name is meant to evoke the word community and quote and continuing from fierce pharma quote. The goal in naming drugs is to overlap ideas and layer meaning into a name he said. In this case the high priority concepts the teams started with were coverted. Immunization and the m. are a technology. The clients themselves came up with community as an image association. They wanted to elicit bugliosi said and quotes
The Indicator from Planet Money
More Than 4.93 Billion Shots Given: Covid-19 Tracker
"Host of trade talks podcast. At the peterson institute. It's been wild. There's been a lot of international news. So i'm very curious to hear about your indicator of the week so my indicator of the week is about vaccines and it's five billion. Okay and five. Billion is five billion doses. And that's about where we are at the moment in terms of how many have been administered globally around the world of the world's population is that good or bad. Or what is your take on this indicator so it's both good and bad. I mean it's amazing right so if you think back to mid december twenty twenty we didn't have any cova doses being administered yet so in kind of eight short months we've gone from zero to five billion. The bad though is is probably twofold one is we have seven eight billion people around the world all of whom need to receive this in most of the vaccines that are being given required a two dose regimen. So that means we need fourteen billion doses so at a minimal level work on a nine billion doses short of getting the world vaccinated and then we get news like this week that all of a it seems like folks might need boosters and so now it's not going to be a two dose regimen. It's going to be at least the three dose regimen and so now we don't need fourteen billion doses we might need twenty one billion doses and so the goal posts seemed to be moving as well. So we're making progress but the finish line seems to be getting farther and farther
AP News Radio
Trump Urged Justice Officials to Declare Election 'Corrupt'
"Hand written notes from a late December phone call underscore just how far then president trump went to try and stay in office the house oversight committee has released notes taken by a top justice department official who was on a call with the president and acting Attorney General Jeff Rosen according to the notes that then president told Rosen just say the election was corrupt and leave the rest to me and be our congressmen the December twenty seven call happened just days after Attorney General bill Barr resigned he'd said the justice department had found no evidence of widespread fraud that could have over towards the election results Sager mag Connie at the White House
Everything Everywhere Daily
What Ever Happened to Amelia Earhart?
"If amelia earhart heddon so famously disappeared. She would still have been remembered as one of the pioneers of aviation and one of the most significant figures of the nineteen twenties and nineteen thirties. She grew up in abilene. Kansas and later moved to their parents to saint paul minnesota and then to chicago. She picked your high school in chicago. Based on their science labs she worked as a nurse in one thousand nine seventeen in toronto coming down at the spanish flu and then in nineteen nineteen enrolled in columbia university for a year. She initially intended to study medicine however her life changed forever on december twenty eighth nineteen twenty one in long beach california. She flew in an airplane for the first time with noted air racer. Frank hawks that ten minute ten dollar flight center on a course that would change history. She immediately knew that flying was what she wanted to do and she set out to learn how to fly. She took a series of odd jobs to save up for the one thousand dollars needed for her to take flying lessons. She arrived at the kenner airfield near long beach and was taught by another female aviation pioneer. Mary neta snook. Erhard began setting records almost immediately and nineteen twenty one. She purchased a used by plane in nineteen twenty two. She used it to fly to fourteen thousand feet setting a women's altitude record in nineteen twenty-three she became only the sixteenth woman in the united states to receive a pilot's license in nineteen twenty four. She briefly returned to columbia and then it was going to attend. Mit when her family's financial problems prevented her from further study. She moved to boston with her mother where she remained. Active in local aviation in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven however charles lindbergh captured the world's attention by becoming the first person to fly across the atlantic solo. The next year a team wanted to have a first woman fly across the atlantic they selected erhard as the right woman who can handle the media attention and had the necessary skills she accompanied pilot wilmer stoltz and co-pilot slash mechanic. Louis gordon on the flight in june nineteen twenty eight
"december twenty" Discussed on Russia Rising
"Futuristic hologram of medical staff moving around a hospital room. This visitor told global news that she lives five hours away on a train but that she came especially for the exhibition. I'm really touched. She says. I feel that our country is really awesome. Our government does a good job. Another woman says people in china are conscious that we work together and that the good of the people is more important than any one individual however in the west people often prioritize their own opinions. I that's why the pandemic is out of control in the west comments like those reflect. The communist party's control of the pandemic negative portraying china as triumphant and western liberal democracies chaotic. But the impressive wuhan s bishen is also remarkable. For what's missing there is no mention of wuhan's whistleblowers of how doctors like li wenliang. I sounded the alarm by publicly warning that the virus was spreading between people in december twenty nineteen a month before the city was locked down at that time. Chinese officials were still insisting that it can only spread from contact with infected animals. Police order dr li to stay silent..
"december twenty" Discussed on The Daily
"One of these patches at franco's house but prosecutors argue that franco wasn't just preparing for crisis he wanted to trigger one in december twenty fifteen as germany's immigration office was totally overwhelmed with the influx of refugees. I put on rex. Franco disguised himself black black and my brand with shoe put shoe polish and his beer and i did a bit of darkening cream mind and his mother's makeup on his face and hands form to fill in in broken english. He told a police officer in his hometown. Lost him during the journey or whatever they had fled the war in syria and losses papers along the way our story. He was photographed and fingerprinted soon after he qualified for benefits and housing and eventually was granted the status to live and work germany. He had created an entirely new entity for himself and as he was living alive splitting his time between the military base and the housing had been given as a refugee. None of franco's military superior choice reported any suspicious behavior instead was being considered for a promotion to platoon leader. Prosecutors believe franco was planning an attack. That was meant to be blamed on his fake refugee identity and create a national backlash against immigrants. Franco told me the whole fake refugee stunned was an undercover investigation of chancellor merkel's migration policy. He said he planned to publish a report he never did. But it's actually become is main line of defense in court. His lawyers argued is the chancellor merkel's immigration policy endangered national security and against the will and the good of the german people franco gave me the argument to my serving the right ones or not. He said that as a soldier who swore an oath to protect the constitution. You need to put into question the way he was doing what he was trained to do. This is what we are supposed to do. As officers and following his inner guidance in order to keep the standards high franco.
The Last American Vagabond
"december twenty" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"Specific insignificant risk of antibody enhancement. Should have been and should be now prominently. Independently disclosed the specific and significant risk. Now hypothetical. that's the anybody taking it. Research any by in order to meet medical extent of informed consent. They're not that was back. On december twenty twenty and it was reconfirmed marched twenty one. This is peer reviewed research guys. They don't care. There's a risk of antibody dependent enhancement. We'll get into more of a minute and the reality is what we're seeing. Today is people who get this thing after the fact whatever that maybe is clearly creating much more illnesses people. Now there's plenty of evidence for it and this is a scientific research peer reviewed scientific research telling you. That risk is clear specific significant. Show that the people now. Here is a point from this this gentleman in regard to excuse me i guess. I don't know who it is about somebody else. But saying that i've been on top of this discussion from the beginning. I have been pointing out this study for a long time. And showing you that. This is the case showing you the article and pointing to this this person. I was just informed that my colleagues sister-in-law who is fully vaccinated contracted code. Someone also fully backs sedated. And she's very very ill. The point of this tweet is we can't go back to normal yet. This person says no matter how badly we wanted so yet he says so. They're literally arguing. That we just need to keep vaccinating. Apparently we can't go back yet to keep doing what the government says but you literally just said fully vaccinated infected vaccinated. And she's very very ill that. Yes exactly. this is antibody ethnic guys this crazy or some variation the bottom y people are not or it doesn't work at all or however you want to look at it. The bottom line is this is dangerous and last in your pocket. One to add to this list is the one about face mask. Which brings us over to the base. Nash discussion. This is constantly updating compilation from swiss policy research about masks and this has been the even updating this this is as of may two thousand twenty one. I'm sure.
Today in Focus
"december twenty" Discussed on Today in Focus
"In december twenty twenty just before donald trump left the white house. The pentagon was given six months to release all of the evidence that had been gathered from government investigations into. Ufo's the report will be released next week and it turns out that the us is not alone. Governments have have programs like this on and off for decades including in the uk where nick pope worked on this very subject at the ministry of defence for much of the early ninety s at the ministry of defence my job was to research and investigate the ufo phenomenon to assess the implications in terms of defense so simply put if there was something our space we needed to know what it was and what it was up to. Was it glamorous. It wasn't quite x-files glamorous. it's not like we were rushing around with guns. Join and and trying to take down some deep state conspiracy but it did have its moments. I i want to know what these moments were. Were you in a secret bunker underground. It was more the moment of coming to the realization. That hey that might have been just a little bit more than just off. Line some weather balloons but when you had as we did from time to time our own personnel reporting these things pilots when you had corroborative evidence in terms of radar really good photos and videos. You got that little buzz and it was maybe just. Maybe we'll get into that just before we do. How is your wet perceived by your colleagues within the organization. I think it was a real mixture. Some people were like my goodness. What a waste of time and money. It is or.
"december twenty" Discussed on Double Toasted
"What's up gene gene We are planning for december twenty twenty two summer twenty twenty two december twenty twenty two nice man some time. Yeah you do man. You're gonna do you have a place that you're to do it. You're gonna to the wedding in la. It's going to be in colorado. I'm gonna ask my fiance. Whatever else we gotta do. It's all up to her fiance. She'll marry me. Think that maybe you know what don't say dude is always we want. We want to win a wedding and colorado in the snow. Sounds pretty nice. Yes probably going to piss off everyone else's coming but yes we're us it'll be pleasant thing is i'm gonna get high as fuck she going to say. Yes be stranded. Otherwise meanwhile skype says no to go as right off eight marion. No all right. You guys have to keep you on here. You're taking care of me keeping me on here. I don't know if you actually want me here now. No i do want you. They're like we're are you sure. Yes i am sure. We're about take off and a little bit but let me see here. I have one more question here. Thank and after that we're outta here. I know how some nice email from somebody the other day they said pretty much. Thank you so you have like a crazy ass a blow in the whole time. When you're shooting do you hear it. Yeah i can hear loud and clear. It's like the main thing i hear. So oh you know what it must be coming through. The computer is coming through the computer. Yeah yeah no. That's crazy. Because i can't hear that all on my listening to you on switch. Yeah you know what. I'm sorry man. I'm giving you the audio yes. Sorry about that. It's fascinating not there'd be sorry about all right then. You don't know how hot it is here without that year sweating balls right over one hundred degrees in here really need. So what do you do you. Do you cut air conditioner when you when you start recording. Yeah i've actually right now a little ice back on my lower back right now that my lower back because of how hot it gets and got a backup is back to jesus taught fucking here. This is right.
Politics of Food
"december twenty" Discussed on Politics of Food
"Be honest. I feel happy that i could have chosen to go to sleep. And i chose to be awake could have chosen to unseat. I'm not answerable to anybody in the school. The to a mom. And i'm not scared of anyone except for just good decision. I so much respect and for how she's raised me that i feel that i'm scared. And the the respect and fear is a great combination. When you do that to appearance who actually. You owe them much more than they expect from you. Yeah what is something that others can do to help. Communities that are facing food shortages. Obviously like i'm not going to go out and feed fifty three million people. I don't think i'd have the resources to that. But if i wanted to do something sort of more local small scale what. What are some things that people can do. We can all look into neighborhoods. I'm telling you who helped me. On december twenty four th in two thousand. She just checked onto her neighborhood. I hope she listens to this interview and she remembers that how i'm grateful to her. She was wearing a black coat. That taller member check into a neighborhoods because we can give that an environment to someone. A someone feeling totally disconnected an unwanted. And the wonderful gesture from you is such a big act of kindness. This management distinguish different. Because i was trained to do this all my life. this is rare it's exceptional but those things are very normal. That's more lax. Could change another immigrants life. Who all you for the rest of his life and mentioned you keep that moment alive has long he be alive so i think that i am sure that she must've heard this many times. And i do go back to new york rescue missionaries to go back a lot festivals. And especially and i keep mentioning that somebody was giving blankets. Your do you remember who that person was because at all her a great meal. What would you cut for her home. My god journey before cook for anyone generally have like elektra talked to them before that. Because then i presume that oh my god they must be loving duck and they must be loving this and they'll but i like to ask how talk with them before and i'll do something for her which is based on something which is based on my hometown country something in industry and in french kitchens but i feel that i want to keep the integrity of indian cooking very deep in my food and i think that is important to me because it's also my gratitude to the people who were holding hands and i was falling.
Angela Yee's Lip Service
"december twenty" Discussed on Angela Yee's Lip Service
"Was like four of us. Dan rate as i have no money. No no now that you say that my job was the broke man in south florida highland help. Does he have all these girlfriends at how held if even fly nope so me and my girl because you don't got no bills. Are you three years and you did like you. Don't say was finding out and finding out and then he rented an apartment with his best friend my best friend someone the and so it was. It was his ex girlfriend best friend. So i'm like okay. So let me just let me just like benefit of the gal like. Let me see if she falls on. Instagram was kinda like 'cause. I'm not going to jump to conclusions because she was also helping him to his marketing. So now i think that's business partner says thank you find a situation where shit roommates he put out the contracts right here and so i was so heyman her. We're having a relationship when she first moved in. I figured a lot of outright. I'm at the answer questions. I'll i'll have time. I'm building myself. I'm building so while while while you're playing me you could play me because i'm still building. I'm still working on myself meeting like my career. Like they're not gonna stop me from long watching zine covers doing this and doing that. But i'm gonna on on the player your private role on the platelets privately that you keep telling the media that you don't talk about her you know whatever that's fine so then he had all last year. Kobe kept everybody at home. More so right no no. I wasn't traveling a lot. And then you just get probation last year to then december twenty twenty. Okay so here i am on her bachchan working on myself interval in situations ship and just trying to figure out lifestyle and like i even thought to myself and i get probation. Let me try to meet somebody and see and cook because anthony doesn't swing my way. I'm notify somebody else off probation and now i can just do anything. I want for travel everything. I'm ready so all of a sudden. All just happens so on all him. Get closer closer mike. Something must have happen. But he's like have a woman right the we is career taken off the gang. You find his contracts with bella tour. You know like okay. His best friend charted following me on instagram on following her on. My own is cool. Some other people he knew and he knew started following me. And i'm like maybe this is cool. I either his friends and there'd be my friend this right now no not. No no let was trying to. The wilson was trying to see a but my mind you. I kept telling him you just got struck with me. You just got to be straight up. Because i'm a female that if you start i mean you can tell me anything. Just let me decide please. That's a joke right. We always ask that and they never just tell you set up get caught like they still ain't got you like and that's why women ended up doing their own research and having those search things. Yeah do you need to renew your birth control prescription. Do.
"december twenty" Discussed on That’s Strange
"Went fishing. Lee peterson laci stepfather. The same morning right. He also went fishing on december twenty fourth at the saint he. He was ninety miles closer. I believe he said to shore then scott was but that was just. That was a thing that that that was done. And so what. It seems like to me is. It's some sort of like you know. It was never said that it was a family tradition. It was never said that it was anything like that. But what i think is a hobby. It's just a hobby. It's something that that they did or that. Yeah i mean people. Do people do weird stuff on christmas. Eve time you know get together specifically not even supposed to lead early morning. Fishing is extremely common and cold water. Fishing is also extremely common. Right is fishing is extremely common so this is also like this is where a lot of the problems with this case. Go for me from the from the perspective of like the whole investigation like everything that happened is that so much of this case was tried in the court of public opinion prior to anybody actually knowing any of the facts. I mean you know. Everybody was the nancy grace. Show is what specifically comes to mind is she. She went out there and she said a lot of very inflammatory. Things like the thing about the concrete. I was going to bring it up but you said it but she would say on her show over and over again. Well what did he do. What the rest of the concrete. He just went and ported in his lawn. That's ridiculous and then they went and yeah it was there like it was totally there like he didn't. He was being held in in jail. It's not like he went and put their like. Obviously then you've also got the whole like well. Why would he go fishing in all of this stuff. And i feel like the unfortunate part of this case is is summed up literally right here. We'll get to what happens but the things that happened in this timeline here where people are going out and saying all this stuff against him. This is where he was the. This is where he was put in jail like. This is absolutely. It didn't happen at the trial it happened right here. It happened before the trial even started..
The Living Room with Joanna Weaver
"december twenty" Discussed on The Living Room with Joanna Weaver
"Yeah yeah well you guys. You definitely need to check that out. It's going to come out. In december twenty twenty one in And also you've cut some things on your website that can kind of give them a taste of. Don't miss out. Can you tell them about that. We do so we have You can download the introduction in the first chapter for free and we have put together an incredible book club kit. So it's a discussion guide and all the tools that you would need as a leader if you wanted to be the leader or you just want a book club kit. you know. Discussion guide to go throughout the book to go deeper and to ask questions into really wrestle with what you're learning so there's that's a free resource on my website as well And that goes with the book. And then i wrote five reflections on the holy spirit. So it's a free download in it's just You know five things about the holy spirit. I took five of the thirty and just made very short reflections prayers with scripture Kind of it's almost like a little foretaste. Just a bite size introduction of who spiritus so. Maybe you're listening to any no the holy spirit well but you're curious are maybe this is really the first time you've heard people talk about the holy spirit like this and you just don't know where to start And that's another free resource on my site that might introduce you to him in an entirely new way Than you thought about him. In the past i love it. We'll we'll have all of those links that the show notes but say you know i can just I can just feel almost some of those girls out there that are like i just had kind of been taught that the holy spirit isn't for today and that i'm almost kind of scared of him. It feels a little mysterious. I've seen abuses of it. I just wonder as we close. Would you pray. But i also want you to pray for the girls who feel very very comfortable with the holy spirit. But they haven't realized or maybe maybe they do realize that there are some more and now. I got to know him better. There's always more. There's always more with god right you or there is not what's so excited. There's always more. Yeah we pray for us. Yeah left you heavenly father. We just thank you for the gift of your holy spirit. We thank you that you take up residence inside of our hearts so that we are never alone. We are never without what we need That you are a permanent presence that you will never leave us or sake us on our worst days You stay you keep you..
Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast
"december twenty" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast
"The challenge calls for participants along to spot him. beat box and so easy celebrities like little baby sweet and more again evolve. I can't keep up with these challenges. Man i can't keep up with all. These challenges man is is crazy man anyway while the june bug challenge. Sounds like another fun way to pass the time. It has also caused some controversy in early february. Twenty twenty one. Rapper cast number received disappointing actions at the westchester county jail for participating in challenge hundred video visit. Oh jeez jeez that that. That's that sucks. So how did a june sound Had you do it. And who is jumping on the train. We break it down his what you need to know about the gym but chance and for those of you may not know. It's on complex. Dot com jimbo. Turn as i explained is a popular train that originally on tiktok the challenge calls for participants to perform the june bug a. Dance that some have compared to money. Dance which was popularized by bobby's murder and robbie rebel in twenty fourteen. June bytedance includes flexing both arms while poppy back and walking with a slight limp. The challenge encouraged participants to find creative places to perform the dance moves. A number of videos have been recorded on the roof of a car in the bathroom or in the middle of incoming traffic. Oh wow wow a man if he would do anything. V v Mandates but came knocking to try right early videos of the challenges were filed under the ready to get started on this tag but as it got more popular more participants started to use the name. Jim bug and everyone who participates in june by china's dances or more to call beat box which is performed by floor floor base rapper. Bottom datum winning but wait. Oh rare. what is with everybody. These weird nicknames man anyway and features memphis memphis rapper. Poos oh shit s crazy so beat box to was released in december. Twenty twenty appeared on Final destination if you look closely Of white spot on ghanem attempted to do variation dance there in the one thirteen more in his music video. Now how did it start you. Ask while many Bobby simone money. Dance for inspiring the gym dance. The official challenge dinner start until december twenty twenty. The house was created by a talk fluence. Who goes by the name. June bug a. while the the los angeles grazed creative said his first video on instagram. On december twenty fourth. He continued to post video of himself doing the dance in his home and local areas until it went viral. Now who's doing dash you ask. The virus shows has attracted attention from many celebrities in music and in sports. Little baby meek mill and michael ruby record short cliff of them participating in the challenge during super bowl. Meanwhile sweet for shop for self dancing on historic monuments around the world. This is fucking saying man. Oh man a celebrities who who said video online include lebron james mellado Skai jackson amway ceased on blow man film pump. I'm week may all these challenges. I'm not gonna be keep up with all this but now Now this last topic. I do wanna talk about Is the combat trailer now. I did see the trailer for the movie. That's out right now and you know a lot of people were saying that the that that you know the story was was whack and stuff like that but i gotta say man when i saw the trailer for mortal combat it it it it was like the radio version is a lot better.
"december twenty" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto
"I in in the story. Use john steinbeck misquoting. The story was he was there. And there's an elephant in for whatever reason someone gave him the gun or he had a gun and at this whole village basically was around him chanting kill the elephant kill the elephant. Kill the elephant and it was such a wonderful story in the thought process that that went on in his brain. He's going if i shoot. This elephant is something that i want to be doing or is it something that i'm doing because of the excitement or that all these other people want me to do it or like. What would the point so he didn't. He did not end up shooting the elephant to the dismay of everyone but he was such a. It's such an interesting thing when you imagine all the ways in which there can be like if you switch the opposite. It's good vibes. Good things happening right now. If we have people sitting to sit down the sidewalks unitedly just meditating for harmony. Meditating upon the connections between us. I recently got an email from screen actors guild and they said join us for the well as it racism. Join us for the antiracism conversation. I said well. I would join you. Guys a replied. I said i would join this conversation if it was a four unity conversation. If it was a pro connection conversation then people are looking in their minds going there with the intention of quick. Let's find the connections between everyone. Let's transcend let's transcend. Let's just hit the reset button right now. Is this time of what's going on. Many are calling it. The great reset december twenty first twenty twenty one was the the opening of that and ushered in the age of aquarius. So things are gonna look topsy. Turvy this is a time to stick to become the best version of yourself tuning into becoming the best version of yourself. Yes everyone's head traumas lot folks. Don't even talk about him. A lot of those folks are not even going out and getting diagnosed. Some people are begging to get diagnosed for. I've never been diagnosed for adhd. But i need to be. I need to be diagnosed. Will why why. What's the motivation to tell people about it or is it what what. Then once we learned that what then who was that. A shot of fireball. That's what i bought. That's what i bought at the at the liquor store who was good. But i said you know if it's pro connections so let's hit the reset button instead of finding out. What do we favor. what do we value. What's more important to me. What do i value more that. I identify as an adhd person or that. I grew up. I had very tough life having autism and everybody has to hear my story or whatever any number of those things any of those things. I was dying. I was diagnosed with diabetes. A very young age and you know but but bubba and that's the story that's constantly being told in that's the hamster air and then how do you get past that but the thing is how do we get past it. How do we reveal the best version of ourselves. I don't think any was really wanted to have anyone pity us. I mean i don't. I don't want anyone pitying me. And that's just that's just a manipulative leverage. I would say like okay. We got to give that guy slack. Why that guy just broken my car let out all the air in the tires. You know stole my family heirloom. Why why do. I gotta give that guy slack. Well you know. He was diagnosed with this thing. So you know we really well. Okay okay all right okay. So he's diagnosed with that. He's aware of it. So is he trying to change or is he just using that his crutch to always lean on so he can get away with doing stuff. So how do we find the connections. The best news source is source connecting connecting. So if sag said this is a pro connections pro unity pro Cooperation effort find find. Find the commonalities. Every commonality is a yes. I look at the commonalities between yes. no light. dark light is on light is off. Yes yes movement yes movement. Yes yes yes. All right cool yay. Oh yeah open free. No no shackles. Light who. I could see what's going on. Yes oh koo koo koo. More people light up more stuff is revealed dark. Oh i fear the unknown. I don't know what's in had shadow over. There could be something horrible competition versus collaboration cooperation. I heard a great one from esther. Hicks here today regurgitation regurgitate. Are you regurgitate or a creator. Do you create your life or do you find yourself regurgitating..
Change Lives Make Money
"december twenty" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money
"I am talking. Probably seven hours a day like lives. Podcasts clubhouse inside the academy and so forth like that so honestly in blight cool said i put it on my vision board genuine or right before january i created a vision board with my clients inside my time. Like i don't know december twenty eighth or ninth or something and i put joint pt. Dom get hired by. Tom and i was like i'm going to do whatever it takes because i wanted to make that bigger impact on the world. I wanted to help more people. I wanted to indirectly help people. That were just coaches at the exact same time and the crazy thing is eight days later after putting that on the board. Brian's like hey have you ever thought about working for bt dom brown now franken funniest fuck broke because be brought that up to me. We're bringing another coach of the team. And he's like yellow. Have you seen caleb group. But i was just bring him up to you because i. It's actually funny that you said that you were salty about not hire us coach before because i honestly yo guys My podcast these guys Podcast today not brian's. I don't remember. Brian bringing that up to us so if he says he did no i'm not i'm not taking on night. He right there bus. I will say that fucking. I'm very very very protective over. Pd domination brian's fucking mindset in health and everything like that when it comes to pt dog. Because we've been building this for so fucking long that like there's a lot of people that like bring up like i wanna help for. I wanna do this. And i wanted to do this and brian light mentions it and without a split second not i was just kill it. No no because. I see the mentality. I see the attitude behind people but yowen ifo when bright your three and i saw how hard you work in the account like now we gotta do that. And that's why we wanna do this podcast today because we want you guys fucking learn about the coaches that are helping every fucking day or are you guys. See brian on the front lines. But you don't see kayla you don't see jeff you don't see myself you don't see the other leaders in the community building up the fucking academy all the time like oh. I didn't know you fucking cancers kid since vargas. Fuck out and go be here. That's a huge fucking thing. That's a big thing that a lot of people all right. Don't know and that's why we wanted to introduce you guys. Okay so First off you're sharing doc. We appreciate you feel like everybody learned a little bit of boats you today on that..
"december twenty" Discussed on No Agenda
"I'm old enough to take a stand on it. You know who gives a shit about me. I want to see the t shirt. Well i said this hopefully now. We'll have some examples may not back on the back. Maybe no i'm not vaccinated or you know. Please please stand six feet away from any. I'm not vaccinated something like that. Something said i don't give a shit about you. I think the whole thing has potential. Don't be a has kind of confusing because people will think what does that about man. A hole whole anti baxter. I don't know we gotta work on it. But in general we have. This is the part. We've gotta stop new. Yorkers crazy new yorkers that they've lost it could have been so cowed and beaten back by the democrat party. I'm gonna just said democ Someone who said the democratic party they used to be called a democrat party but now it's democratic more democratic when it's not right and so just it's the whole city is completely out of control. Well and tino saying how do they want to do tourism. Now there's some confusion you can't get into the state without the password. That's not true but that's not going to happen because we're gonna have roadblocks check for your vacs passport. But if you come. Tourism vac sport zach sport vacs passport came out vacs port and i kinda like like vaccinated sport The t shirt as recommended by one of the trolls should read. Ask me about my vaxholm. Think so that's not good. Yeah i want to thank stephen and his wife who said Your side about the whole year shows being in the national archive is something. My wife and i concur with preserving rational discussion at narrative of this time is crucial to wit. We buried a covert time capsule with our three human resources. Back in december containing flash drives cadillac. Cataloging every episode of no agenda beginning january twenty twenty when you first started covering the wuhan flu as it was rightfully being referred to at the time even by the m five. Am up until the date. We buried it mid december twenty twenty hoping to do our part to leave some sanity behind for whoever comes across it. One day see now. That's a great idea. Very good idea. I think we need to expand through december twenty twenty one because this is not gonna show or twenty twenty two is not going to end it. There is not going to end now. What happens when greed takes over. Yeah yeah and and the media we have to remind people many controlled by ccp chinese communist party and certainly controlled by the pharmaceutical advertisers. They they ruined. They get more pharmaceutical advertised. The ceesay is there a difference. Is there a difference who controls the entire pharmaceutical supply chain whereas everything made a difference india. A lot of me. I think the i think it is. I think there is a difference. I think the it's sometimes their counter to each other. The media doesn't care they don't care they're not doing their job only they haven't done real reporting for years. It seems No the more we do this. Show the more you realize realize just a bunch of frauds the see we have a a rather long donation segment coming up filled with fans. I have actually have a shiny. A china will fit in kind with this. We're talking about china so much. This is an example. What you just said this is not being reported much. Even though npr did report but npr's not as behold into the c. c. p. as mainstream Imply them and this is. I don't know about what's going on with the hmo and china no. I don't yeah of course. Not why would you listen to this. This tremendously horrible story about doing business with china. This is everyone knows. Hmo everybody's got a clue shop there once in awhile voice but high but high design very nice stuff kate moss gi kia of closed kind of the way kia of close. Wow but but they're big. They're huge but listen to this story. Listen to what happened to them in china. The boycott against clothing brand h m. continues in china. The uproar started over comments from the company distancing itself from the chinese cotton tied to allegations of forced labor. Npr's emily fang reports that seven months ago. Agent that it was troubled that cotton farmed in china's west could be produced by those released from mass detention camps in the region earlier this week. The european union the us canada and the uk banded together to put sanctions on some chinese entities responsible for those detentions just days leader trying to criticize the swedish clothing brand h. m. for that months old statement now it's products of simply disappeared major ecommerce sites taxi. Hailing apps and mapping services the h m no longer exists and dozens of chinese celebrities. Have proactively cut ties with other western clothing brands. Like adidas and tommy hilfiger. Emily fang news beijing man. China doesn't mess around with a cancel cannon. No they give the apps. Map apps doesn't exist when the taxi. We say a taxi guy. I'm gonna go to h. m. Oh no no. Such company now does to. Your knowledge does apple not provide maps to the chinese Audience through their iphone. I don't know maybe destroy official chinese maps. How the is done. There will be interesting to know. I mean it's one thing to censor something another thing to remove something from a math. Kids don't doesn't exist as a pilot. That's feels wrong. Yeah you don't remove things from the map if they're still there. Wow and what was the infraction again. What was the The reason some months and months ago. They condemned chinese Cotton the debt because his being produced by slave labor a bunch of company. This was out front with it. China with that you do business with us. You can't you can't complain you're out. Is it only h m h. M is the big one. That's being boycotted getting these stories. But other companies like nike. And these other guys which they don't have stores in china h a big footprint. Did yeah task on this but the stores are still physically there. Just you wouldn't know it from from shopping. i. I don't know if the stars even still there i mean they may have shuttered. I don't know they. This woman was in beijing. This dancy fog or whatever his name is. You could tell by if you listened to her carefully she's being very judicious the way she tells the story because the chinese i've got they're watching her. Yeah they got a lock on her but she told the story she told did tell the story she got it out but it. She was very coy about how she mentioned that she was very. The chinese won't pick up on this especially in english. I noticed that they the chinese to speak very good english. They they don't get certain subtleties and the way she made. The point of this was accommodate a long time ago. And now they're being berated for ed way after the fact very reminiscent of what they did to that chinese director who they hailed. Is this great. He's a great gift to china. The wanted the movie Nomad which is now available to watch yourself on hulu..
Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"december twenty" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"You know toll. What we still haven't gone back you there's life on there. I'm not sure if there's life there is a story of the russians shooting a atom bomb up to the moon and it rang like a bell for three days. They watched it ring like a bell. What that is indicative of through scientific methods is either. It's hollow metal or there's some kind of stabilizing force that keeps it there and what it was doing was trying to correct itself just fed a this is it. This is full spectrum universe. I feel. I don't know if there is anything in the universe. We haven't covered in this episode. My gosh and you know what you could get more of this stuff checkout full spectrum universe youtube if they'll still outlets bit shoot and all the other all rumble two is at the other one. Yeah and you know. We'll put a link to the shows. Where else can people find your rob on twitter right now because we don't really go crazy on twitter and gab. Were on telegram. We are like i said bramble youtube where also on the new one which is what the hell is it called parlor or you're just gonna go. We're definitely on parlor rob yolks on parlor. No no adverse stereo. We're just started. Stereo is fun. I actually got to talk to the roast master geoffrey roster on stereo and my gosh pretty cool. Who's pretty cool that great. Yeah but yeah stereos fun because it's like an impromptu episode you get somebody on there they start saying things and i'm telling you i catch somebody's people on on stereo. They're like where you come from. And what the hell just happened. They have no idea what they're info when they start talking to me about things they're like. What the hell bro. Am i go. What i think you know what i believe david rob. You're you're definitely tapped into something here man and we. We didn't even go into the spiritual realm of thanks bye-bye we'll have to have you on again. We'll talk about your your theories. We'll have to talk about your spiritual journey. Because i'm sure there's something interesting there. Absolutely absolutely. On december twenty first we affected this schumann residents by like thirty points. Dude okay this is a great. You left it on a great open loop look thank you so much for coming up. This has been awesome. Thank you for having me bro. It's been a complete honor. And i love this show. I love doing this man. This is a great conversation. It didn't feel like an interview. And those are the best episodes for me the food while i'm honored while look definitely come back really Really enjoyed us. Thank you thank you. I definitely will come back. You let me know. When and waren i will be there brother. Here's.
Voices of the Community
"december twenty" Discussed on Voices of the Community
"Losses and to help with economic injury for small businesses and nonprofits that has now become kind of the focal point of the assistance. The covid recovery assistance for small businesses in nonprofits so as a district office. We're here to kind of administer. Some of these programs do some oversight but really warrant at grassroots level of sba engage with the community engage with our small businesses. And make sure that they are tapped into the resources that can benefit their business because it was a really great overview. I think one of the big questions that people have is. Does anyone know how many small businesses in san francisco android the san francisco espa district. That you're working with have actually gone out of business or estimate would go out of business. So i know it's one of those moving targets. What are your thoughts. Right it's a question. I get asked a lot actually and unfortunately it's not data that we track as sba. Or that i think we even have a reliable source to give us real time data. What is very clear is that business owners are challenged right now in a way they never have been you know open close and indoors and outdoors. You know p. e. what is it. What do i do with it. Who do i give it to so many challenges right now and our goal is to really help is many of these small businesses weather this storm so to speak as best we can and for that reason i like to encourage businesses to reach out to us. You know especially work with a business advisor. Let us help you navigate through covid understand the rules understand what programs you might benefit from from s. Sv directly or whether it's from or local partners. There's a lot of information out there. And i think the one thing. I love businesses to take away from. This is that they can reach out to us. They don't have to do it by themselves. Let us please help you. And that's a great segue into one of the reasons. I wanted to have you on. The show was we had for lack of a better term cares act to write roll out finally on december twenty seventh and now it includes more funds.
"december twenty" Discussed on Exvangelical
"I mean we think of the internet as public space. But it's really not. It's private space. It's run by private corporations whose interest is not in whether we're having you know is not in us. Having an experience online that makes us feel more human more like ourselves but is about ultimately making money for the people who run the platforms that use and and so. I think you know what i hoped to do with. Ira was just to bring a little bit more self reflection for my own sake. I'm to the fact that so much of my life is now lived online. And and just as. I've sort of tried to interrogate the religious spaces that i You know have spent large parts of my life sort of constructing my sense of identity and exploring big questions in life in You i wanted to bring that same kind of lens to my digital life In terms of the pandemic. I mean yes. I finished the book. In december of last year are no not last year now. December twenty nine classic early january moment but december twenty nineteen. I finished the book dan And then so you know if anyone knows how anyone who's listening knows how publishing timelines work you know that means that in in early twenty twenty i was doing edits on the book and so it was actually in march in this sort of earliest days of the pandemic that i was doing my final edits on the book and i remember feeling in the moment like oh my gosh because very we had very quickly moved huge pieces of our lives to the internet and i remember being like should i an having people ask me like. Are you going to change anything about the book And i did add one little parenthetical sort of reference to the pandemic during final edits but felt sort of too early to say anything meaningful but also as i was going through the book And i'm an over editor so i was like i read through it..
4 The Mouseketeers
"december twenty" Discussed on 4 The Mouseketeers
"Your eyes here for news on our reopen and we welcome you to visit the other location to satisfy your cravings thank you and then they did an update and it said it would seem. I picked a bad night to disconnect and watch the. Bg's documentary concern. We are still in a soft opening mode. We learned a great deal over holiday test. Ron and we are so grateful everyone for making it. Such an overwhelming success are opening beyond our expectations so we are putting on the brakes to deal with behind the scenes. Logistics ahead of the grand opening. Keep an eye out for news so either they didn't have enough staff. I think they got shut down. I think they got shut down. I think somebody was like a secret shopper or from some kind of regulation entity saw the nightmare. That was the line wrapped around stores. To get into this occult bookshop with doubles as bakery. And they got shut down but see. They've had lines around the building to get to world of disney. So i don't. I was their social distancing. I wonder if they had a covert outbreak. And they don't want anybody. I forgot that might be a actual real reason. Yeah i i think there there might have been something that that caused them to put the brakes on. I can't confirm that so. Don't take this as gospel. Because i'm not preaching. But i think that could possibly be. Please don't sue us. We're just having an open conversation about speculation as to why something that was. So highly anticipated closed down at disney springs. So we're not saying that this is fact. this is not a rumor either. Were just having a conversation because we don't do rumors on this podcast. We legitimately tell you what we know so speculation from us. Please don't start. A rumor is there might have been a covert operation. I think it was like a secret shopper situation. Where where they just didn't pass some kind of inspection at the last minute and then had to shut everything down see. Here's the thing. I don't know how they could say they were still in soft opening mode when on december twenty third on their social media. It says today's the day the morning rises arrogant bake house opening disney springs. Once we open our doors a new chapter will begin in our story. We can't wait for you to see our new space and goes on and on and on. I'm try i'll try and.