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Israel Mobilizes 5,000 Reserve Soldiers

Rush Limbaugh

00:18 sec | 5 months ago

Israel Mobilizes 5,000 Reserve Soldiers

"Up 5000 Reserve troops is violence and chaos escalated the region. The Israeli military launched airstrikes that health officials in Gaza say killed 26 people, including nine Children. This comes after militants in Gaza report Diddly fired more than 200 rockets toward Israel. Keep the umbrella

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Trump summit aims to boost faith in vaccine; excludes Biden

AP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 11 months ago

Trump summit aims to boost faith in vaccine; excludes Biden

"Secretary Alex A czar says they're working with a number of manufacturers to expand the availability of vaccine formulas. The White House summit will discuss plans to distribute the vaccine. But officials from Joe Biden's transition team were not included, and some pharmaceutical executives will ripple. Diddly not attend, not wanting to politicize the vaccine development process.

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"diddly" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"diddly" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Big trucks? Sometimes they had a pot hole. It's sort of like they go like a few feet in the air. You see the diners all of a sudden. Oh, frighten. But it's really it's and it does not seem that either Cuomo or DiMaggio, kid, Jack diddly squat with the start of 25% dining indoors as of September, 30th. The owners and operators and the employees together a saying no Mass, no Mass way. Just not going to be able to stay open. Yeah, they don't seem to care. We're seeing a lot of stories. I've noticed recently about how Sweden handle things and granted. It's a different culture. It's a different mindset. It's more. It's a socialist, more sort of that that direction much different from the freedom loving Americans. But You know they didn't lock down. They were respectful of social distancing and so forth, and they have been able to stay open. And I know that there are a lot of people that are starting to really look at that and go. Why can't we do that? And I think the answer to that is because a lot of people still in this country have a problem with infringing on freedoms and things like that. And they even think that social distancing and wearing mask is a problem. So that's one of the issues that we're going to be fine. What we have we have a wide variety of listening so Murphy and New Churchill calls everyone a knucklehead allowed for 25% indoor dining. You could actually go out. Watch a movie 25% indoor capacity could all have a meal 25% into a capacity for those in New Jersey. I'd love to hear from any of you to see how that's worked out whether your owner operator, an employee, or just you enjoy dining indoors. Then. Naturally, there's your experience out beyond New York City..

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"diddly" Discussed on IzzyLand Uncut

IzzyLand Uncut

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"diddly" Discussed on IzzyLand Uncut

"No. We are like a very small. We're literally a lost generation. 'cause we were shut out of jobs almost all our lives by three recessions, and by the fact that generation prior to uh us held jobs remained so. You know it's like the majority of my generation never got a chance to make it up into the middle class and the good life and all that shit but anyway. I digress what? What I remember is that there were laws like headmaster laws where. Women. Know literally had to get. A male co signer. Father husband particularly, not just from a medical care and medical treatment but to be able to open up a bank account apply for credit card. You know under headmaster laws woman even she worked at a job. And most jobs back then when there were open to women paid. Diddly, it was just the pin money. It wasn't like a breadwinner bread-winning salary jobs. You know it was just..

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"diddly" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"diddly" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"You know, it's amazing as The mayor is working so hard. They're painting black lives matter. Murals, which mean absolutely, Jack diddly squat to nobody out there since he hasn't even repaired the damage that was done to his primary. Black lives matter Mural in front of Trump Tower 96 hours later, his white paint smudge still all over it. But with attention deficit disorder, he's distracted. He's deflected. It's on wooden up would 105th in Jamaica, have you? He was out there and his painters. He actually has the farmer, The farmer painter jaws are now has he paints away? Hopefully right into a New Korea. Yesterday, though up on the hill. If you notice they had the top honchos, CEOs of Silicon Valley companies. Those that Amazon apple Google Facebook? I think about $5 trillion worth Of monies and equities tied up into our business community $5 trillion worth. I noticed that the Republicans and Democrats seem to be joined in solidarity in beating up Ah, these moguls, especially Zuckerberg, I I really want to know a guy with that kind of money. How come he still has pimples outcome? He's got to use clear, silly. It's really It's embarrassing, you know, on the zoom conference that he had with House members, Republicans and Democrats, and naturally all the Republicans was screaming, hooting, housing and yelling. About how conservatives are prejudiced on the social networking sites. How they get flagged, how they get distant, dismissed how their accounts get closed. But then liberals and radicals they seem to be able to run roughshod over the social networking. Whereas a lot of the Democrats was saying, Hey, you know you're nothing but Entities. That control every aspect of your business and you don't allow for competition your monopolies. Why should we be tolerating this? So they got him slapped around, especially Zuckerberg. He seemed to be the human pinata. I noticed they didn't go to Jeff Bezos for like a full 90 minutes. You know, he's on his UMA little camera there. He had muted it out. He's eating. He's eating, and they got am 90 minutes because they're afraid of him because of the Washington Post. I don't wanna get lambasted. He owns The Washington Post's A. They were chilled out with Jeff Bezos, the world's richest guy, and I'm thinking back to the days of Teddy Roosevelt. Republican reform trustbuster. That's why they want to tear down his statue in front of the Museum of Natural History. How much he stood for. Not only that he was the first police commissioner of New York City, or that's right. We've got to hold that against him. He helped organize the police department to the entity. It became He He formalized the training he coordinated. The activities have prior to that had just been a group of watchman in different parts of the city at that point But you know they want to take down his statue. God only knows what they're going to replace it with our boy. Was he, a trustbuster extraordinaire, went after all the big railroad barons at the time in the world's richest guy at that time. Jeff Bezos of his area. John D. Rockefeller from East Cleveland. No, not Cleveland, East Cleveland. Little small town there right near Lake Eerie he owned like the world was standard oil. Put that aside while all of this was going on. While these moguls were getting bashed by members of the House committee About them being a monopoly about them being prejudice you too Conservative post as opposed to a liberal post. Did you see what was happening in Israel at the very same time in the Knesset? I would have thought Jennifer Grodd. You would have been tuned into what your peeps were doing over on the other side of the Atlantic. They had a spokesperson for Twitter. Who is in front of the Knesset, and they were growing them because you know the social networking that goes on in Israel. It's got its own Silicon Valley actually visited. There must have been 10 years ago. Huge. And they have state of the art technology that it's helped a lot of Silicon Valley companies in our country and all over the world. So they demanded the Twitter answer some questions, And this was the simple question. The members of the Knesset Post Why is it that you flag Donald Trump, the president of the United States? Especially when he posted the tweet. When the looting starts. The shooting starts. Which is right after the killing of Floyd by the Minneapolis police Department in the streets of South Minneapolis, when many of our urban areas erupted with looting and burning and arson. Ah, they're Wass immediately, a backlash from Trump and his supporters, it said. This is pure censorship. This is pure political bias. So the members of the Knesset, then turn on the spokesperson, a woman from Twitter and say, how is it? That the Ayatollah Khomeini in Iran can tweet out all the time advocating the genocide of old Jews, especially you, Jennifer God and others of your tribe. He's able to do that. On a regular basis, he's able to call for the destruction of the state of Israel. He tweets about it all the time. He is called Israel a cancerous growth. He needs to be uprooted and destroyed. Pretty harsh language. You think genocide. And this is what the spokeswoman for Twitter had to say. He said, because the Iranian dictators tweets pass as commentary on political issues of the day. While Trump's could inspire harm. So let me explain that to you again, This is Twitter's policy. Trump in the aftermath of the killing of Floyd in streets of South Minneapolis by the Minnesota Police Department, in a reaction to all the insurrection he saw in urban areas across America. Tweeted out when the looting starts. The shooting starts and immediately was attacked. They flagged him, Twitter said. That's it. You are percent non grata without kind of let you go with that. And the president and his supporters said that censorship that's political bias. But when the Ayatollah Khomeini advocates That Israel and Jews are a cancerous growth that need to be uprooted and destroyed. That's okay according to Twitter because he is a world leader, and it is his commentary on political issues of the day. Can anybody out there Explain that 1 808 for a W A. B C. That's 1 808 48 W A. B C You could have somebody calling for genocide against Jews and Israel. That's okay. Calling for genocide on Twitter is OK by Ayatollah Khomeini. Commenting on political situations in certain countries. By President Trump is not okay. In fact, Ayatollah Khomeini recently wrote as of May, the long lasting virus of Zionism virus G. Wrote it at a time the corona virus wass ravaging his country of Iran, and naturally, there are conspiracies galore in Iranian media that it is the Jew said a responsible for coral. No virus, not the red Chinese. Not the Communist Party and Red China. But Jews who have created the Corona virus to destroy gentiles who are the majority of the population of the world. That is the conspiratorial tone. That you can read about and hear about in the media in Iran. But as a May he indicated that The long lasting virus of Zionism will be uprooted, thanks to the determination in fate of the youth of Iran. And again, the Twitter spokeswoman said. Look We can't be restricting the Ayatollah Khomeini's tweets. But we will.

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Texas A&M Football Program On Probation For Recruiting Violations in Dallas

Sports Talk with Jason and Ed

01:37 min | 1 year ago

Texas A&M Football Program On Probation For Recruiting Violations in Dallas

"The entire Aggie football program has been cited for rule violations by the delay, and the incident has put the Aggies on probation as it's going to limit some of the outside activities recruiting for the Aggies. The findings were released today stem from violations between 2018 And 2019 including an assistant in an instant, in which Fisher and assistant coach had impermissible contact with a recruit. Get out out of Di Fischer was found to have failed to promote an atmosphere of compliance and did not demonstrate that he monitored his toe half which forced to serve a nine day man on phone calls, emails and texts with prospects in January. Fisher show Cause will be placed through the rest of the 2020 and was also a gap in the name of Graham was also given a six month show. Cause order. Bottom line. Is this. What the hell's a show cause well that they did cheat show cause they show's officially de commitment season college station, Texas. Well, the deal is that they're goingto lose some visits to recruit the recruit that they We're caught doing some illegal things with they can't recruiting many more. But for you, Aggie fans, you're not gonna lose a boat. It's a slap on the wrist because a huge slap on the wrist because they won't make it to a ballgame. Now they're going to make it to a ball game. You know they're gonna be good this year because I don't play diddly squat. They're going to make it to a good ball game this year, but they'll be getting get to go to a ball game. Poor, poor rags. Poor X, But I don't know if anybody's going to be making it to a bowl game or any games this season. Ed, we're goingto

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"diddly" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"diddly" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Diddly different adding up for what's right Sean Hannity weekdays at two right after right the Twin Cities news talk station Twin Cities news talk dot com this is bill Papa the Minnesota military family foundation this message is to help employers recruit top notch people did you know that only twenty seven percent of the men and women between the ages of seventeen and twenty four qualified to be in the U. S. military that's right only twenty seven percent qualified to be in the U. S. military one out of six veterans were on the front line that means five out of six veterans worked in supply and support positions the United States military is one of the best training institutions in the world our veterans have received excellent training on the latest appliance support technologies the same supply and support know how that is required to contribute to the success of the company the words unselfish technology talented and policy discipline describe most of our veterans if those words describe the type of person you're looking for do what I did add to all your job postings and your website that you're a veteran friendly employer and participate in the national hire vets first campaign thank you veterans and thank you military families and thank you Twin Cities news talk it might end in a like the mornings at night on the Twin Cities anyways talk twin cities news talk dot com helping you navigate the covert nineteen crisis with the facts and information to make smart decisions this is America's first news this morning with Gordon deal it's teacher appreciation week this week in some.

"diddly" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"diddly" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"On the three that's pretty funny film for somebody from across the way all the ancillary inspired your once you put your you know the show you did you ever hear the painting of him is like a minute Tory as well so we who doesn't have yeah okay my and then you know you've never been models film room before and was reportedly wants to turn your hand into a credit card technology giant unless credit cards is working to allow customers to connect to their credit card information to their hands what did I tell you years ago that my dad my dad said this I think in the late eighties early nineties had to be early nineties he said one day that cell phone you have you won't need it because they're just going to put a chip in your in your head behind your ear and you're just going to voice activated and if I'm you know what the general was a man ahead of his dying to begin with yes came up with other invent yes he is and I ain't got diddly coming my way anyway no he's great but yes he told me about this a long time ago we use the first guy to that like in this the seventies late seventies I don't know when the thing was with the lids on McDonald's come right my dad used to we go to McDonalds before you go play golf and I'd be caddying for him we had such a great time we go swimming we go to McDonald's you gonna get coffee and then you take the lid off and then he'd rip off like a little piece of the tab and create his own because they should be the new tab yes and then you never trademark I didn't do anything with it yes I play games yes.

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"diddly" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"diddly" Discussed on WTVN

"Also private and departments and and also private actors and us so it's a much broader investigation and also he's not just looking at the FISA aspect of it he is looking at all the conduct of both before and after the election so with that include the CIA and I say we would include agencies it could have been involved in this well that would definitely be a C. I. N. its brand and we already know from The New York Times we already know we don't know diddly squat if it's in the New York times yeah anyway we know all the dorms looking at the CIA we know he's looking at the once communications records of Brandon I would love I would so love this guy to get called out for his role in this brand and I think he's I think he's well he's one of these guys on TV constantly you go back and look at what these people were saying trump is going down trouble to resign from one of your shame trump is an embarrassment to the morality of our country any intelligence you in trouble this guy was just filled with victory all about drunk but it was all lies ordering all these predictions trump trump finish the just doesn't know about it call me was doing the same rod got stuff man on I would love to see these guys called on the don't forget we have this caller who didn't think any of this is going to happen because before any of these people could actually testify they'll be murdered like Stephen wise that's his their evenings were never gonna learn diddly squat about this I remain confident that this investigation is going to hit pay dirt and that we're going to find out I don't know about punishments either but look there's a grand jury and a grand jury means one thing indictments that's why you would handle them yeah I prosecutor can indict without one can level charges without one but a grand jury much better way of doing it consider to be nonpartisan of course consider to be evidentiary and there's only one reason you empanel a grand jury about this to hear evidence for the eventual handing down of indictments and I think there will be now what punishment a family there will be who knows here's the next the next bite the question are you surprised that James call me is so convinced then all of this was very above board he came out said there was there was no treason there was no spying on trump none of this the dividend from things happen to him not if it happened does this call me Sam on some surprise you the IG report in the recent letter.

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"diddly" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"diddly" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Have the hello Hey Russ it's great to talk to you I'm a registered nurse and I'm calling you because I have a great talking points that I think even are weak willed GOP well once a year it has to do with Bernie Sanders he had fabulous healthcare I believe he has the best healthcare you could possibly have been the world and I might even say he was probably fast tracked today to have this procedure we get Medicare for all that many want to have this kind of health care will not be available to anyone except possibly the Congress and the Senate yeah you you mentioned that I I was wondering one hospital in Havana may be Montreal I'm I'm transferring because crazy Bernie we honeymooned in Moscow is taken vacations in her van I he's part of the crowd for Michael Moore and that thinks that the best test health care in the world is in Cuba and so I thought maybe that's where he would go for his his heart procedure you you he was saying that he is accessing the American healthcare system yeah and it's great good he didn't get second either Cuba or the Soviet Union because I'm not sure the outcome would have been thank well obviously that's that's that's the see I am doing satire I I am doing it is quite obvious that when I say Hey what hospital in Havana is a year we want to send him some flowers is it not obvious that I'm jamming the silly SO beaver is still bring claims about the American healthcare system because here is right crazy burning of all the Democrats are running the American healthcare system and they don't care about fixing it the Democrats have had control of the house sans sure January they won it in November two thousand eighteen they haven't done nothing they haven't done anything on healthcare all they've done is focused on getting drunk and they haven't even done that that's all they've done and that's all they're stupid voters want them to do the Democrats don't care about people the Democrats don't care about the things they claim to be protecting people against what Movember Democrats may just save your firm run away guns what most of the Democrats made to keep you safe in your school in your theaters they haven't done diddly squat what are the Democrats done to make your life saving prescription drugs affordable they haven't done anything they have not done diddly squat what have the Democrats done your protect your job and your wages from run away ill legal immigration what have they done to to to shore up the border to try to limit the number of people getting into the country illegally what have they done nothing they haven't done diddly squat do you care about what other things do you think government has to take action on in order for things to be affordable or available because what ever it is in your mind that government should do to help you the Democrats are not doing it they are spending all of your tax dollars on pursuing Donald Trump they are pursuing their own political and personal desires using your tax dollars.

"diddly" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"diddly" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"You're listening to rush's we in review whisper something about I've got a lot of people rush what is this Penn state what is it I haven't seen drug still here are you I don't know diddly squat about the but if you know how to for example I just ran a red across a story that has convenes super secret meeting with one of his foreign policy things I I actually think should I even tell you what I think I mean I what if I'm right this case it's just a wild guess folks it's not based on any that that means I probably should not speculate let me just say I don't think it has anything to do with ending the mastic that's that's what I'll do is I'll leave it at that I don't make pants coming have New Hampshire has anything to do with domestic I I think this has to do with the something unrelated to ME strive for problem within the country I met with the with the home are we engaged at the moment in tense moments not the Nordics not the Japanese is not to try calms what if the Iranians are huffing and puffing about doing something to Israel for example I don't know that well I'm I'm just like you I'm an average ordinary citizen under assault from people hate the country trying to make sense of the day as it goes by each day.

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"diddly" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"diddly" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Well, look at the bitterness in this room, you try driving by a show of hands, who had trouble getting here. Holy coverage. But AJ from the really from the ladies will talk to Alison, how was your ride in it was horrific I completely forgot. Seventy was closed on the weekends as thinking is just at nights on the weekends. No nights and weekends weekends. So you hit that hit seventy west and then I tried to go round reroute around the airport. Tried to hop on seventy east forgot that was also closed. So then I eventually found my way to Kentucky avenue. And then when he got downtown, there's a race. Illinois street, which is where parking is it is like way more than just a race. It is what it is people running around with fanny packs as annoy ultimate challenge thing. I appreciate them doing that. But oh no. If you can do that. I will say it. One more time if you cared about the cause that you were running for you would run and traffic. That's true. That you are like supporting a cause on a blocked off road, where there is no danger is ridiculous. You care if you care get out and traffic and quite honestly, I don't know. I, I drove by goes military park, and there was a big group. I don't know part of this is you, you carry a tire around, like a big, like, is it like a cross fit thing where you have a tire or concrete block the hell with that? How about carrying around bags to asphalt? Patch? And this drop them in a whole, maybe one guy, every other guy asphalt patch tamper asphalt paints tamper. And then one guy drops it in the other guy comes in tamp sit in the whole. How about that? Wow. How's your drive in Mr. Sullivan? It was horrific I didn't hit the interstate thing Burleson. I can't get to the to our parking. He'll annoy street you have to convince the police let you through. No, you know what I did? There was a garbage truck that they're letting through. And I just got on his tail, let's smart ended the cop gave you a hard time said supervisor. Are you kidding me? I, I'll tell you the one that, that gripes you is it at four sixty five on the east side north of fifty six to repaving two and three and four lanes at a time, which is okay? It is. So I got off on sixty five there to come down through the city, and then right there, white river. They move you all over all four lanes go into one lane on the left hand side and they're not doing diddly squat those other four lanes so you get all the way to the end of the re or end of the bridge, and.

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"diddly" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"diddly" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Know I hope she's ok. I did not know that she's move to Canada. If you go to ten to Britain. A lot of people moving here. So what can I say? No, I didn't know that she was nasty tomorrow. I think it's nice. Shishou excellently. She'll be should be very good. Should be very good. I hope she does. He has a disliked ideal. What he's being. I hope you'll be very good. I know she'll be very good. I'm sure she'll do excellently slightest idea doesn't care what he says here when he says, I didn't know that she was nasty. He did know that she had ripped him. He didn't know that she had been critical. He didn't know that she claims she was going to move out of the country. He didn't know anti him when you criticize him you're being nasty. He called Hillary Clinton. She's a nasty will because of what she said about him. He didn't just pull nasty out of thin air and attach it to her. Is the fact that he didn't know that she ripped him and now he's being asked to comment on it. And he says, I didn't know that she was nasty. Meaning it industry been unkind to me. He's not talking about who she is. What kind of person she is? And this is the kind of thing that if you don't take the time to get the no the person, and by the way, they don't care, even if they knew who Trump was, if they knew his thought and speech patterns if they knew how he reacted, they would've still run this story this way it doesn't matter. This is why Trump is constantly pushing back against these people. You got to put yourself in his shoes. You're lying about four times a day, every day, twenty four seven three sixty five by the drive by media, who are doing nothing more than trying to destroy your reputation destroy your presidency. And this other classic the reporter is Kevin Poulsen Kevin Poulsen of the Daily Beast is who reported on who the black forklift operator is in, in New York. And it worked actually in queens, now lives in the Bronx. So this guy calls Facebook and says, hey, can you can you give you the name of the guy that posted the Pelosi video Facebook did it? So you can get mad at two reporter all you want. But for crying out loud to Facebook's already got a problem here with people, one of their lawyers admitted the other day when you go into court, you're under off. It's amazing what happens to the truth. And one of the Facebook lawyers, that there is no privacy, what are we talking? There is no privacy once you're online, there is no privacy. That's the official Facebook position. There is no privacy. We're not guarding anybody's privacy. There isn't any more. A warrior Facebook, sedative. Six one half dozen the other to me. But the fact that this, this reporter in this reporters out there now taking kudos and everybody's praising him for great reporting, and he could have done diddly squat Facebook hadn't given up a name and all the information about one of their members or customers. This is this is not supposed to happen. You gotta be law enforcement with no different than when apple would not give up the data on the iphone of the San Bernardino terrorists out there. And the FBI said, you gotta let in, you got to create event door to yourself, where so we can get episode. Not gonna do it. We're not gonna let you in an apple stood fast. And they even told law enforcement to go pound sand. Call Facebook they'll tell you whatever you want to know. But this guy, the forklift, he's just an average ordinary American conservative happens to be African American put together a parody or satire video Pelosi. And now the guy's life has been destroyed by being docked. Forber forklift operator. Worked in the Bronx lives in queens. Sean Brooks, black man from Quinn says he became a conservative during the Obama years after losing his longtime job as a forklift driver, too ill legal aliens. Says he's not a Trump fan. He says he just posted the video and others actually edited it. But it doesn't matter. He's a citizen. He's an average ordinary guy, and he sees all these parody videos, and he sees all these other things in the I'm going to try to create one of my own. So he doesn't be closet was about Pelosi the state moves in must not allow this. So fake news is all over the place. And this is exactly how it happens. And once again, Donald Trump. Well that'll be good. You know, a lot of people moving here. So what can I say? No, I didn't know that. She was nasty river. He was asked. The duchess of Sussex won't be attending because she's on maternity leave or you sorry. You can't see your she wasn't so nice about you during the campaign Trump this. He couldn't have the slightest idea. What Meghan Markle said about him during the campaign. This guy's asking him for a reaction. I didn't know she was nasty. He was not calling I maintain that over half. The people reported is no exactly what Trump said. And they're just taking advantage of the occasion to smear Trump. Anyway. Let me get a, a brief break EIB network back with more right after.

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"diddly" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"diddly" Discussed on WLAC

"Of all of this massive technological innovation today. There are more ways that people can reach content that they want the name ever had you can try to find it over the air. You can try to find it via podcast, you can try to find it via streaming and because of this everybody and their uncle now thinks that they can broadcast over some medium and attract and acquire an audience and become a factor. There are more people than ever before engaging in the over all. Concept of journalism or media. Some do it in the area of tax it in sports politics someday. Just straight news reporting or media, some are in the gaming business. But it's everywhere. Now, why can't these clowns in print journalism? Find a way to adopt. Why can't they stay relevant? You know, the answer to this is it's always been content content content. If these clowns in print journalism cannot make it it's because people don't want to read or see or watch what they're producing, pure and simple. If you have something people want if you provide something people like and enjoy they will go wherever they have to get it. These people want to be subsidized because they're lazy on adaptive and couldn't care less. About their customers. That's one of the most amazing things about print journalism that I've noticed it's one of the only businesses where the customer is always wrong, and doesn't know diddly squat. About what he's talking about. When he complains February.

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"diddly" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"diddly" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"In the midst of all of this massive technological innovation today. There are more ways that people can reach content that they want the nave ever had you can try to find it over the air. You can try to find it via podcast, you can try to find it via streaming and because of this everybody and their uncle now thinks that they can broadcast over some medium and attract and acquire an audience and become a factor. There are more people than ever before engaging in the overall. Concept of journalism or media. Some do it in the area of tax sports. Some good politics. Some dude just straight news reporting or media, some are in the gaming business. But it's everywhere. Now, why can't these clowns in print journalism? Find a way to adapt. Why can't they stay relevant? You know, what the answer to this is it's always been content content content. If these clowns in print journalism cannot make it it's because people don't want to read or see or watch what they're producing, pure and simple. If you have something people want if you provide something people like and enjoy they will go wherever they have to to get it. These people want to be subsidized because they're lazy on adaptive and couldn't care less. About their customers. That's one of the most amazing things about print journalism that I've noticed it's one of the only businesses where the customer is always wrong, and doesn't know diddly squat about what he's talking about. When he.

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"diddly" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"diddly" Discussed on WTVN

"This would need to be a bold major initiative on a scale resembling the plan to rebuild post World War Two European economies. You believe this? This is a parody. No. The guy is dead serious. Every time. I say something like this. I look at myself what what what media memorial on radio. What if I had to do here to remain a factor? In the midst of all of this massive technological innovation today. There are more ways that people can reach content that they want the nave ever had you can try to find it over the air. You can try to find it via podcast, you can try to find it via streaming and because of this everybody and their uncle now thinks that they can broadcast over some medium and attract and acquire an audience and become a factor. There are more people than ever before engaging in the overall. Concept of journalism or media. Some do it in the area of tax. I'm doing sports politics. Some dude just straight news reporting or media, some are in the gaming business. But it's everywhere. Now, why can't these clowns in print journalism? Find a way to adapt. Why can't they stay relevant? You know, the answer to this is, and it's always been content content content. If these clowns in print journalism cannot make it it's because people don't want to read or see or watch what they're producing, pure and simple. If you have something people want if you'll provide something people like and enjoy they will go wherever they have to to get it. These people want to be subsidized because they're lazy on adaptive and couldn't care less. About their customers. That's one of the most amazing things about print journalism that I've noticed the only. The only businesses where the customer is always wrong, and doesn't know diddly squat about what he's talking about. When he complains.

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"diddly" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"diddly" Discussed on 600 WREC

"If I had to do here to remain a factor? In the midst of all of this massive technological innovation today. There are more ways that people can reach content that they want the nave ever had you can try to find it over the air. You can try to find it via podcast, you can try to find it via streaming and because of this everybody in their uncle now thinks that they can broadcast over some medium and attract and acquire an audience and become a factor. There are more people than ever before engaging in the over all. Concept of journalism or media. Some do it in the area of tax. I'm doing sports politics. Some dude just straight news reporting or media, some are in the gaming business. But it's everywhere. Now, why can't these clowns in print journalism? Find a way to adapt. Why can't they stay relevant? You know, what the answer to this is that it's always been content content content. If these clowns in print journalism cannot make it it's because people don't want to read or see or watch what they're producing, pure and simple. If you have something people want if you provide something people like enjoy they will go wherever they have to to get it. These people want to be subsidized because they're lazy on adaptive and couldn't care less. About their customers. That's one of the most amazing things about print journalism that I've noticed it's one of the only businesses where the customer is always wrong, and doesn't know diddly squat about what he's talking about. When he complains.

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"diddly" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"diddly" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"This would need to be a bold major initiative on a scale resembling the plan to rebuild post World War Two European economies. You believe this? This is a parody right now. The guy is dead serious. Every time. I say something like this. I look at myself. What what what medium I on radio? What if I had to do here to remain a factor? In the midst of all of this massive technological innovation today. There are more ways that people can reach content that they want the nave ever had you can try to find it over the air. You can try to find it via podcast, you can try to find it via streaming and because of this everybody and their uncle now thinks that they can broadcast over some medium and attract and acquire an audience and become a factor. There are more people than ever before engaging in the over all. Concept of journalism or media. Some do it in the area of tax doing sports politics. Some just straight news reporting or media, some are in the gaming business. But it's everywhere. Now, why can't these clowns in print journalism? Find a way to adapt. Why can't they stay relevant? The answer to this is and it's always been content content content. If these clowns in print journalism cannot make it it's because people don't want to read or see or watch what they're producing, pure and simple. If you have something people want if you provide something people like and enjoy they will go wherever they have to get it. These people want to be subsidized because they're lazy on adaptive and couldn't care less. About their customers. That's one of the most amazing things about print journalism. And I've noticed one of the only businesses where the customer is always wrong, and doesn't know diddly squat about what he's talking about. When he complains February issue of Limbaugh letter beat the young hard-charging conservative coupon to the national student organization turning point USA. This guy is going to give you more, faith.

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"diddly" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"diddly" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Of all of this massive technological innovation today. There are more ways that people can reach content that they want the nave ever had you can try to find it over the air. You can try to find it via podcast, you can try to find it via streaming and because of this everybody and their uncle now thinks that they can broadcast over some medium and attract and acquire an audience and become a factor. There are more people than ever before engaging in the over all. Concept of journalism or media. Some do it in the area of tax. I'm doing sports politics. Some just straight news reporting or media, some are in the gaming business. But it's everywhere. Now, why can't these clowns in print journalism? Find a way to adapt. Why can't they stay relevant? You know? You know, the answer to this is it's always been content content content. If these clowns in print journalism cannot make it it's because people don't want to read or see or watch what they're producing, pure and simple. If you have something people want if you'll provide something people like and enjoy they will go wherever they have to to get it. These people want to be subsidized because they're lazy on adaptive and couldn't care less. About their customers. That's one of the most amazing things about print journalism. And I've noticed it's one of the only businesses where the customer is always wrong, and doesn't know diddly squat about what he's talking about. When he complains.

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"diddly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"diddly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"There are words in there. But it really mean a whole lot. It's it's the rhythm of the syllables that makes the song a style that is known in Celtic music circles as mouth music similar things here in the states. You know, syllables get thrown into folk songs and folk dances like, hey, diddly Dee and all that kind of stuff this finna Gola from the Baath e band, followed some like-minded music by the Estonian group called rich. Are you UT again on louts over both us and the song, which certainly had a lot of nonsense syllables in it is called root route from Estonia bossy banned from Ireland and up next not a whole lot of nonsense going on here. This is the Norwegian group called VAR. This is the the band we heard at the very top of the show for a few seconds. This is a Nordic Neo pagan folk band. So forget, you know, nice strumming guitar sounds. This is a band that uses antler horns and tree trunk drums and really old and often very rare Nordic folk instruments to evoke the sounds of Scandinavia in the pre Christian era, as I mentioned at the very top of the show they were tabbed to do the soundtrack to the TV series Vikings, which once you hear this band, you think well, duh..

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