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A highlight from Bitcoin Starts Fresh Rally! (3 Things To Watch This Week)
"Good morning, everybody. It's time to discover crypto. It is September 18th. It's 11 .32am. How are we all doing today? We're going to talk about inflation. We're going to talk about Chainlink. We're going to talk about Bitcoin. We're going to talk about Solana. We're going to talk about hot wallet hacks. Is it? Is that what's going on? What is happening to everybody? And once again, we got Drew and AJ on the ones and twos. What's up, man? How was your weekend, Dizzy? My weekend was pretty good. I got heartburned for the first time ever. Weird. I've never had it. I think it's because I'm lactose intolerant. I think maybe I don't have enough acid in my stomach, but yeah, first time ever had it. Guys, that thing is tough. It's no joke. We didn't have any Tums. Never experienced it myself. It was from a chili oil and a rare ramen bowl. One of those, you know, there's like for real Asian ones. Okay. It's like a little pack. Mess me up. Mess me up. But you know what? It just gave me time to sit, be calm and investigate some more crypto. And I bought more crypto. I've bought more crypto in the past 24 hours. I might even share what it is. And I shaved the head. Point seven chain link or one whole chain link? How far are we going down the rabbit hole? It wasn't chain link because I bought chain link live. And so it's a new coin, everybody. Hey, AJ, your tweet convinced me to buy algo. Okay. Yeah. I've heard that a couple times throughout, you know, a couple times I've heard that. Look at the hair. It's actually getting closer to flock of seagulls. It is getting close to flock of seagulls in a good way, though, in a good way. And CCC says the best is because we're getting old. Yeah. I was like, I don't know what this is, babe. I don't know. Maybe it's heartburn, but I've never had heartburn. She's like, yeah, you're getting old. I got torn apart by heartburn this weekend. So what was your food? Mine was chili oil. What was yours? It was spaghetti with bison, homemade spaghetti, bison. That's a Drew meal if I've ever heard it. All right. You know what? I'm ready to eat. I'm ready to bite into some crypto prices right now. I want to bite off some more of that Bitcoin, everybody. Uh, it looks like, uh, the crypto market caps are pumping, baby. We are up 2 .1%. We are now at $1 .1 trillion, 24 hour volume. I'm surprised it's even this low. It's 37 billion bucks. We have Bitcoin dominance coming in at 47 and a half in gas, really low at 23 gwe. Heartburn, uh, when you can't get a calmness. Yeah, man. It was, I was laying, I didn't know what I was doing. I was just laying down, probably making it worse the whole time. All right. Uh, we have Bitcoin moving up, everybody. It is up 2 .7%. I just refreshed, but I want to do it again. 2 .9%. We have Eve pumping almost up to 2 % here. BNB up one and a half percent Lido stake ether up a also 1 .9%. Solana baby Solana is up 5%. Cardano ton coin on the weekly up 48 .50 % on the weekly. That's holograms coin skyrocketed the top 10. No one knows where it came from. You can see it right there. Just whew. And then it's actually a bit kind of low ever since then. Uh, who would have known that was good. Accumulation zone. Crazy. Maybe a lot of people knew crazy. I, we just put a video on ton coin out yesterday. Really interesting coin to look into. Definitely check out that video if you haven't yet. And to roof Rolf, uh, I cannot pronounce your name in the, um, in the chat there, guys, you know, where I can get AJ's full predictions. If you go to the playlist, there's a whole playlist of all of them in order of when they came out. So if you go to the YouTube channel right here, you click playlists, uh, then your scroll created a caffeinated price prediction department right there. There it is. Okay. That's where it'd be. That's where it would be. And we got, um, polka dot price predictions coming out today. Normally they come out Sunday, last week, things were really hectic. So the price prediction for polka dot is today and then it'll be Sunday from here on out. All right. All right. Uh, so is everybody ready to hit that like button? Cause I heard if you hit the like button, you increase the odds that your coins are going to pop up on the top gainers of the top hundred coins of the past 24 hours. So go ahead and hit that like button. I'll give you three seconds. I was to take a sip of water. They didn't hit the light button yet. Oh man. They just hit it. I relief is washing over me in an awesome way. All right. Uh, in the number one gainer for the day, it is E cash. Everybody E cash is up 15 % skyrocketing up to the 72 ranked here, but check how many zeros there are. I don't like coins when they have that many zeros. What about you, AJ? Yeah, I'm not a fan. I'm not a fan. I like, you know, if it's like, you know, zero, zero nine. All right. But once we get like past that third or fourth zero, I'm just kinda like, I don't, I don't know. I can't do this. It's a lot. It's hard math. I'm three thousandth of a penny. You miss out on a 10 X. Was it a 10 X? Did it reduce by 90 %? Like subtracting. Uh, I'm picturing drew in a tree knife and mouth about to jump down on the bison camouflage, black paint under his eyes, bandana, American bandana trailing in the sky. As he falls down with knives in hand, he can picture it. I can see it. I got jacked up by an entire hornet's nest. I cut down a tree and then I got in the tree to push it the way I wanted it to go and found a hornet's nest. And my entire body is full of Hornet poison. Is that why it was so swollen this morning at the urine? Are you looking like on purpose? Are you okay, dude? I'm great. I'm doing just fine. He seems, yeah, he's doing good. He's, he's covered head to toe in calamine, but he's good. Everyone smashed the like button for drew for being here. If I got stung by an entire hornet's nest, believe that I would be at home watching like Harry Potter or something. I wouldn't be here. I tell you that. Did you eat the insects? All right. Uh, so we have e -cash coming in as the top gainer, 15 .7, but number two is the coin that DZ bought live on air. It was up 9 .4 % on the news. Although there's a lot of whale activity. I think there's a 350 million volume just from the whales. Uh, 420 million 24 hour volume there stacks is up 7 .1 % ton coin. You know, part of the reason you see it up 50 % it is up 6 .5 % today. Casper up 6 % Solana 5 % coins are moving today and they're moving strong. Like coin up 4 .5 % Bitcoin cash up 4%. Uh, any of these coins, anything popping out Bitcoin is you never see Bitcoin, uh, you know, even this high of the top gainer. So ape coin was going on. It's a reverse DZ indicator today, but we still got to look at the losers and I haven't checked. I promise you I haven't checked. I don't know if any of my coins are going to be in there. I'm hoping not. I'm hoping it's like 0 .2 and then everything else is up to the upside. Uh, no. Oh my God. Can you do the show? I don't even want to do the show anymore. All right. I guys, I promise you. I didn't look, I don't know why roll bits. Very sad. Very sad day keeps on giving. Very sad. All right. Roll bits down top coins down. I did take some profit like two months ago and then I've just been riding in this emotional rollercoaster ever since. Uh, we have Iota and then we go into the low areas. Then it's 1 .3, 1 .2 % below actually infinity. I'm just looking for another one of my coins, but uh, no, it's just, just the second biggest loser of the day. Uh, but then yeah, very shortly after that we are in the green. So three, six, eight, eight coins and then we're flat. One of the eight is a stable coin. So pretty much markets are flat. Really not too much has fallen except for, you know, one of these coins. Of course. Uh, DZ cut his hair. Yeah. It's more aerodynamic when I trade. Uh, we need an inverse DZ fun. Okay. Interesting. Son of a gun. It's a great idea. It's great. I'm kidding. Well, what? The hair thing? No, the inverse DZ. Oh, the inverse DZ fun. Okay.
Fresh update on "dizzy" discussed on DIVORCING PATRIARCHY
"Her name is Miss Fanny Lou Hamer. I don't know about you, but I've been to the Mississippi Delta once. Mea culpa for the cliche, but I did meet some of the kindest strangers I've ever met there. If you're molded from the city suburbs like I am, the Delta will shock your sensibilities. 200 miles long, 87 miles across at its widest point and encompassing approximately 4,415,000 as you stand you are no more special than an average stock of corn. The flatland, strong enough to tango with tornadoes, will effortlessly swallow you up if you dare it to. Yet the bodies of African-American children, men, and women were forced to stretch across the Delta to domesticate the land for the profit and riches of the patriarchy. First through human exploitation of slavery and then through the economically exploitative system of sharecropping. Now sharecropping has and is practiced globally in Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America. In the United States after the Civil War sharecropping seceded slavery as a system of agricultural labor where landlords would contract with tenant farmers to lease a portion of land in exchange for a value of the crops. Under this system the tenant farmer would work the land and receive a share of the value of the crop less charges for seed, tools, tenancy, and food. The system was rife with price manipulations which indebted many sharecropper tenants from harvest to harvest. These landlords were largely the same individuals who just months and years before were the slave holders of the now tenants who were just months and years before slaves. After plantation owners were forced to sever their stronghold of human exploitation through the Civil War. It's not a difficult logic leap to understand that the new system with the same old players in the same old place wasn't going to produce a different outcome other than human exploitation. The sharecroppers were living under poor working conditions that kept them in a poverty trap. It was a rigged system but what other choice existed in the South following the Civil War? To live, to eat. Where was a Black person supposed to go? How were they supposed to survive? As compelling testimony to how life can force the hand of change in the inertia of oppression. A once child laborer on a sharecropping plantation in the Delta at the tender age of 45 became a catalyst to end the sharecropping industry's 62-year reign. Her name was Fannie Lou Hamer. She was a force for social change. All she wanted was freedom. All she wanted was to be a first-class citizen amongst equal citizenry. The best place to begin to know Ms. Fannie might be at the crescendo of her life following an 18-year period of sharecropping on a cotton plantation near Ruleville, Mississippi. In this season of her life she built a serious career as a voting rights, women's rights, civil rights activist, and community organizer during the violent era of Jim Crow which were racial segregation laws and formal and informal policies. Everyday life for Blacks in Mississippi was a sentence and perpetuity of embodied hardship and then the most extraordinary thing happened. The intention of disruption from community organizers introduced Ms. Fannie to the promise of change through democratic participation of voting. She said, they talked about how it was our right as human beings to register and vote. I never knew we could vote before. Nobody ever told us. We hadn't heard anything about registering to vote because when you see this flat land in here when the people would get out of the fields if they had a radio they'd be too tired to play it so we didn't know what was going on in the rest of the state even much less in other places. On August 31, 1962, Ms. Fannie was denied her lawful right to register to vote after failing a literacy test, a discriminatory practice adopted in many states including Connecticut, Georgia, Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, and South Carolina to obstruct the rights of immigrants, the poor, and those without access to education. And in southern states African American and Native Americans right to vote impeded their democratic participation in the communities they lived and worked in. Typically the tests were made up of 30 questions which had to be completed in 10 minutes. Some states focused on citizenship and laws others on logic. Okay fascinating fact the Voting Rights Act of 1965 makes the use of literacy tests as a prerequisite to voting unenforceable. Yet even today literacy tests are a part of the North Carolina constitution. In fact under house bill 44 North Carolinians will vote on November 5, 2024 about whether they will repeal this language through a constitutional amendment in a statewide general election. True story. In the mid-1960s Duke law professor William W. Van Alstine conducted an experiment in which he submitted four questions found on the Alabama voters literacy test to U.S. constitutional law professors. The professors answered the questions without the use of any reference aids just as other voters were required to do. Out of the 96 respondents who submitted answers only 30 percent were correct. In preparation for the podcast I took a previous Alabama voting literacy test. I got dizzy and gave up. Anyway I digress. Ms. Fanny's attempts to register to vote was a complete disruptor to the patriarchy. It destabilized the system locally and nationally. That's when the real trouble began. She was fired from her job of 18 years at the plantation. Extorted threatened harassed shot at and assaulted by racists. The Ku Klux Klan and members of the police while trying to register for and exercise her right to vote undeterred by the harassment of the devil. Ms. Fanny was determined to meaningfully participate in democracy and to support others in their pursuit to exercise equal rights under the law. She said if I fall I'll fall five feet four inches forward in the fight for freedom. I'm not backing off. We've been waiting all our lives and still getting killed. Still getting hung. Still getting beat to death. Now we're tired waiting. I was forced away from the plantation because I wouldn't go back and withdraw. You know my literacy test after I had tried to take it I wouldn't go back. I know lots of people in Mississippi who have lost their jobs trying to register to vote. Nobody's free until everybody's free. One day I know the struggle will change. There's got to be a change not only for Mississippi not only for the people in the United States but people all over the world. Ms. Fanny was forced to leave the plantation she supported. After Ms. Fanny was forced to leave the plantation she supported thousands of African Americans in Mississippi to become registered voters and helped hundreds of disenfranchised people in her area. Three months later when Ms. Fanny took and failed another literacy test she told the voter registrar you'll see me every 30 days until I pass and one month later on her third attempt Ms. Fanny became a registered voter in Mississippi only to discover her county required voters to have two poll tax receipts before they would be allowed to vote. After the right to vote was extended to all races through the enactment of the 15th amendment to the United States Constitution many states required a poll tax as a prerequisite to voting registration. In some states they were a part of the Jim Crow laws. Often these laws included a grandfather clause which allowed any adult male whose father or grandfather had voted in a specific year prior to the abolition of slavery to vote without paying the tax. Proof of payment of a poll tax was a prerequisite to voter registration in Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and Texas. Ms. Fanny eventually paid the poll tax and received the poll tax receipts. She captivated the nation and rose to national prominence as she testified before the credential committee at the 1964 Democratic National Convention on behalf of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party. She co-founded to stand as the official delegation from the state of Mississippi. The active disenfranchisement of black voters was a high state conflict of national significance gaining the support of Martin Luther King Jr. and rising to the attention and political gamesmanship of President Lyndon B. Johnson. Ms. Fanny's nationally televised testimony was so compelling that President Johnson attempted to silence her by strategically disrupting her speech with an impromptu press conference. Ms. Fanny's eight minute and 12 second televised testimony was interrupted because of the speech that Lyndon B. Johnson gave to 30 governors in the White House East Room. It was a speech about just about nothing, but most major news networks rebroadcast her testimony later that evening to the nation giving Ms. Fanny and her organization a lot of exposure. Okay, this is important. Section one of the 15th Amendment of the United States Constitution states, the right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude. Section two gave Congress the power to enforce section one through legislation. When Ms. Fanny spoke, people listened. She told the country about the deep aches of trying to register to become first class citizens and subsequently arrested, jailed, sexually assaulted, and nearly fatally beaten by police and under police orders by cellmates. Her colleagues were jailed and beaten. She said, all this on account we want to register to become first class citizens. And if the Freedom Democratic Party is not seated now, I question America. Is this America, the land of the free and the home of the brave, where we have to sleep with our telephones off the hooks because our lives are threatened daily because we want to live as decent human beings in America? In the years that followed, Ms. Fanny went on to co-found the National Women's Political Caucus, where she emphasized the power women could hold by acting as a voting majority in the country, regardless of race or ethnicity. The people have crowned her the mother of voter registration. I want to introduce you to Ms. Fanny Willis. In the northwest quadrant of Washington D.C. is a historically black college and university, Howard University. It has been there since 1867 and since 1867 the university has churned out unforgettable and unabashed changemakers. The highest ranking female in the United States history, first black, first Asian, and first woman, Vice President Kamala Harris. Civil rights leader and the nation's first African American justice, Thurgood Marshall. American novelist and the first black American to win the Nobel Prize in literature, Toni Morrison, whose books teach freedom and confront freedom's enemies. She found language to speak truth to power in ways that arrest its readers and demand a resolution of the visceral cognitive dissonance that surface. That's why her books find themselves on so many banned school lists under a pretext of one thing or another. Polly Murray, Isabel Wilkerson, Sonia Sanchez, Emmett G. Sullivan, Paul Lawrence Dunbar, Zora Neale Hurston, Stokely Carmichael, Elijah Cummings, and so many others. But I think the most notable Howard University graduate is now Fanny Willis. She is the first female to serve as the Fulton County, Georgia District Attorney, a graduate of Emory School of Law. After serving the public as a prosecutor in the Fulton County District Attorney's Office, serving as Chief Municipal Judge in South Fulton, Georgia in 2020, she was elected to the seat of District Attorney of Fulton County, Georgia, the first woman to hold that office. Can we just have an honest dialogue here? We can't be worried about stepping on toes. I need you to listen to me. A beneficiary of the patriarchy has lost his mind. He had all the power, all the power. In plain sight, the patriarchy lost control of one of their own, who's now trying to break democracy and sell it to the highest bidder, foreign and domestic. The patriarchy homies can't figure out how to stop the derailment of outlaws off the tracks at 250 miles per hour, almost one mile for every year the United States of America has been in existence. I have read about and then watched the very system that the outlaw was created from try to rein him in. I have read about and then watched the very system that the outlaw was created from. Try to rein him in, by my count, for the past 59 years. They can't do it. They cannot figure it out. And in a fantastic unfolding of a fluid federal republic and the only country with a continuous democracy of more than 200 years, we are witnessing the courage of someone born and shaped outside of the patriarchy coming to rescue the patriarchy. Coming to the rescue of the patriarchy to protect the free world. They call this person, with the courage of conviction, District Attorney Fannie Willis. The 45th President of the United States has been criminally charged in Fulton County, Georgia, for his efforts to overturn the 2020 election in Georgia. He is accused through the legal system of trying to nullify the votes of Fulton County citizens. Fascinating fact, the United States Census estimates that in 2022, 45% of the Fulton County, Georgia population was African American. The detail of the charges aren't the point here. And whether you may be persuaded of the efficacy of the charges cannot be known before the trial has occurred. The story here that we are witnessing is a collision of two opposing universal paths. I mean, can you stand to watch this without putting your fingernails, popcorn, or a fine crystal glass of dark liquor in your mouth? The history of voting in the state of Georgia is replete with voter disenfranchisement. In 1907, the governor of Georgia signed an act to amend the state constitution to impose a literacy test as a prerequisite for voting and included exemptions for white citizens to vote, even if they failed a literacy test. Grandfather Claus became a part of law in 1908, and it stated that any Union or Confederate veteran or their descendants could vote. Georgia women could not vote until 1922, and the state did not ratify women to vote under the 19th Amendment until 1970. States continued to disenfranchise citizens, particularly Black citizens, with literacy tests, poll taxes, and other voting laws or practices, until the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, which was an act to enforce the 15th Amendment to the Constitution. The Constitution was passed in 1965, and the Constitution was passed in 1965. It was signed into law 95 years after the amendment was ratified. It outlawed the discriminatory voting practices adopted in many southern states after the Civil War, including literacy tests as a prerequisite to voting. It was at this point that African Americans could register and vote in large numbers. There are Georgia residents living today who were voting disenfranchised Georgia voters prior to 1965. The United States Census counts the population of Fulton County, Georgia in 2020 at 1,066,710. Now check this out. On August 7, 1971, Ms. Fannie Lou Hamer spoke at an organized peaceful student demonstration against the Vietnam War amongst a crowd of White and Black citizens. That demonstration was held at Hurt Park in downtown Atlanta, Fulton County. Just over six months after Ms. Fannie Lou Hamer's house was bombed. Incredibly. Don't miss what's happening. Don't miss this. What's happening now is that voting history has reached an apex in Fulton County, Georgia, and the 45th president attempted to resurrect voter disenfranchisement. And now district attorney Fannie is representing the voters of Fulton County, Georgia. 45% who are African Americans and protecting the hard earned right to vote. So yeah, I've got Fannie Fever. She's a mother from Southern California. Her father was a Black Panther. She lived in Washington, DC, graduated from the esteemed HBCU Howard University, and an alumna of Emory University School of Law. All things we could connect with over a good meal. But the reason I have Fannie Fever is because I am a great respecter of the magic of the universe and of God's plan unfolding. I am a great respecter of the courage that it takes for one to live up to the call of one's destiny. She is fearless because she just may have been born for this moment to stand in the gap for voters for democracy. Because her name is Fannie or Fannie. Standing for freedom. She is exactly where she needs to be in the moment she needs to be in. Doing the thing she was born to do. We're just lucky enough to have a front row seat. District Attorney Fannie Willis is standing in the gap for the long arc of justice that Martin Luther King Jr. at Washington National Cathedral spoke about when he said, we shall overcome because the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice. Fannie Eisenberg, Fannie Lou Hamer, and Fannie Willis. What does it look like to support courage and integrity in a showdown between those who choose to show up for courage and integrity, for freedom, and for democracy? Who will you support? Have you considered whether or not you are living up to the full potential of your name? I have Fannie Fever because through extraordinary trials, these women have carried the torch of freedom for us, for you, for our dreams of freedom. Won't you join me in honoring their journey? Won't you join me in valuing their gifts? Until next time, be well in your journey.
A highlight from Super Anxiety
"Good morning, everyone, and welcome to the Dennis Prager show. It is Tuesday, August 22nd, 2023. My name is Julie Hartman and I am your guest host for today because Dennis is traveling somewhere in the United States. I'm not even trying to be cryptic right now by not revealing the location. I don't know. This man travels so much and he hops from city to city that sometimes it is dizzying. I am hearing from Shonzi that he has a speech in Arizona and then I believe he's going to Chicago. The man, as I often remark on this show, has more energy than a toddler who has been given a Red Bull. That's our host, Dennis, but as I said, I am the host today and I'm very happy to be with you. I am the co -host of the Dennis and Julie podcast, for those who are unaware. It is a once weekly show with Dennis Prager that airs every Monday at 1 p .m. Pacific, 4 o 'clock Eastern on the Julie Hartman YouTube channel. You can also download it on Apple and Spotify. In addition to that, I am the host of my own three times weekly show called Timeless with Julie Hartman. You can also catch that on the Julie Hartman YouTube channel. I segment it into a news portion which is called Julie Noted. Then I do a timeless portion where I talk about what I like to call timeless eternal subjects. One of the things that I lament about modern America is how political we've gotten. I think that it makes us into diminished people intellectually, morally, and spiritually. So my show Timeless endeavors to talk about non -political interesting subjects to get us back to what matters. Speaking of which, speaking of the over politicization, that's a hard one to get out, of the United States. There is an article this morning on the front page of the Wall Street Journal that I'd like to read portions of to you. It's called The Booming Business of American Anxiety. This, I think, is one of the more important issues of our time, especially among people my age. I am 23 years old. I recently graduated from college. I can tell you from an anecdotal perspective, and I'll also support this with evidence that I will convey to you, but from an anecdotal perspective, so many people my age suffer from depression or anxiety. Almost everyone I know, and I know that seems kind of like a dramatic, exaggerated statement, but it's not. Almost everyone I know is on some type of anxiety or depression medication. And this article talks about that. Again, the title is called The Booming Business of American Anxiety. There appears to be something like an anxiety industrial complex in the United States in contemporary times. Dennis yesterday, I was on the third hour with him of this radio show, as I periodically am, and Dennis was interviewing Carol Swain. I think, what is it, Sean? Her new book is The Adversity of Diversity. Is that the right title? Okay, good. I'm glad I remembered it. Carol Swain is his new book, Adversity of Diversity, and Dennis was interviewing her, and I was lucky to be sitting there for it. Carol Swain talked about, although she didn't use this term, the diversity industrial complex, the DEI industrial complex that has come to corrupt American corporations as well as American universities. There are more administrators at Harvard and Princeton than there are students, which is amazing. There are all of these DEI officers who make hundreds of thousands of dollars to basically contrive grievances about the supposedly rampant systemic racism that exists in the United States. So there's the diversity industrial complex, but similarly, there appears to be this anxiety industrial complex where people are hired at universities and also at corporations to help support students or staff members. There are mental health professionals, directors of mental health at schools, and they also get a hefty salary. Psychiatrists are making a ton of money by prescribing anti -anxiety medications such as Benzos, Lexapro, Klonopin, Xanax. So really, it pays to have the populace be anxious. The reason why I transitioned into this segment by saying speaking of the over politicization of society is because I think a lot of the reason for this anxiety is the fact that we have gotten so political. I think that wokeism has a lot to do with people's issues and the reasons why people struggle, and especially for young people because wokeism is very disorienting. There is a war right now in the United States on merit. I'm going to talk about this in more detail later in the show. California public schools have released a new memo which seeks to uproot racism in mathematics of all subjects, and it prescribes teachers to teach DEI in the classroom, and it also recommends that algebra not be taught any sooner than ninth grade because the thinking there is that it is not equitable for some students to advance at higher levels in math than other students. So if everyone starts in algebra one in ninth grade, then it will be much easier to keep people on the same equitable pace instead of having some advance up to calculus. Anyway, the point is wokeism has come to infiltrate and corrupt nearly every American institution, and this is hugely disorienting for young people. Let's say you're 12 or 13 years old and you're going into your high school years, and your high school years are very important for getting into college. Getting into college is very important for the job market. Let's say you're a 12 or 13 year old right now in 2023 and you're seeing all of this woke stuff. You're seeing the war on merit. What is the incentive for you to work hard? What is the incentive for you to be a competent, honest student and individual? If you just think that you will not get chosen for a certain class or a certain college because of your skin color or because you are a straight individual as opposed to bisexual or gay, why would you even try? You can work so hard to get the best grades, have a sterling reputation, and you know that in modern America in 2023, it is very likely that you will not be rewarded for how competent you are for your merits. So it's very upsetting to people, and I sort of get why young people throw in the towel and go, why would I even try? Also, this woke assault on education makes it such that education doesn't have any respect. If you go into your math class and your math teacher is trying to accord with the new guidelines of California public schools and your math teacher is teaching you about anti -racism in mathematics, let us not forget that the Oregon Department of Education released a memo saying that finding one right answer in math is white supremacy. This is what students are learning. You're not going to have any respect for your teacher or for the subject of math. You're just going to goof off for the entire class because, again, you're not learning anything useful. Clearly, this is a joke, so why would you even try? That is my hypothesis. I think this is causing so much of the anxiety that we see today. People need order. They need structure. They need to know that their efforts and their merits are going to be rewarded and not anymore, sadly, in the United States.
"dizzy" Discussed on AP News
"I was just kind of dizzy and cross eyed there for a minute or two, and it finally started to go away. After a bottle of water and just some time to give a second, it it went away and didn't come out the rest of the game. Graham Ashcraft tossed three -hit ball over six -plus innings, but took the loss as the Brewers pulled into a first place tie with the Reds in the NL Central. I'm Dave Ferri. A federal appeals court has temporarily halted a lower court ruling that limited the contact Biden administration officials could have with social media companies. This was a flap that developed over COVID and the Biden administration effort to stop misleading information about vaccines. It pressured social media platforms to remove what was considered misinformation along with comments about president's the son Hunter and election fraud allegations. The administration was sued by a group including the attorneys general of Louisiana and Missouri. A Louisiana federal judge Terry Doughty been who'd appointed by former President Trump ordered administration officials not to interfere with content containing free speech. The Biden administration then went to a federal appeals court in New Orleans which has just issued a stay on the lower court order until this lawsuit can be fully argued. The White House says the judge's order posed a threat of grave public harm by stopping executive branch efforts to combat online immigration. I'm Jackie Quinn. A big upset at Wimbledon. I'm Shelley Adler. There was a first at the women's Wimbledon finals Saturday. 24 -year -old Marquetta von Drusseve has become the first unseeded women's champion at Wimbledon. The left -handed check ranked 42 in the world securing the fairytale win 6 -4 -6 over the six -seed Ons Djubour in a 1 hour and 20 minute final. Von Drusseve was steady throughout the match making just 13 unforced errors and held her nerve when Djubour quickly went 3 -1 up in the set. second From there the check won five of the last six games to secure the most unlikely win. still Djubour winless after three Grand Slam finals, made 31 unforced errors and converted just four of her 10 break point chances. I'm Graham Agas. And speaking of winners there weren't any in Friday's Mega Millions lottery. With no winner Friday the top Mega Millions prize is now estimated 640 million dollars. That's the seventh largest jackpot in the game's history. Four tickets did match all five white balls to garner the second prize level Friday but they didn't have the gold mega ball that was never 15. The last top prize winner was in April. As for the long odds of winning, one in over 302 million. The next chance to win Tuesday ain't Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday declared that he feels quote very good after he was rushed to the hospital for what doctors said likely was dehydration. Netanyahu's office said he was hospitalized after feeling mild dizziness. Hundreds of flights across Italy were canceled travelers forcing at the peak of the tourist season to make alternate plans. That's air after transport unions went ahead with a planned work stoppage. It came two days following a train strike that paralyzed rail service. And the Reverend Jesse Jackson announced Saturday will that he step down as president of the Rainbow Push Coalition. This is AP News. I'm Walter Ratliff with the Religion Minute. Fidel Trujillo rings the bells of San Jose Church in La Dukes, New Mexico. Trujillo is the caretaker of the Pink Stucco Church in the hamlet where he grew up. He and his family keep it spotless even though only two masses per year are celebrated here. Missionaries started building churches family have been living in places like this one out of adobe mud bricks 400 years ago. Villagers instituted lay church caretakers called in La Dukes. Mayor Domos. The adobe consists of sand, dirt and straw. Cleo Paul Pacheco and other descendants of the mayor Domos are today at the front of the fight to save these historic structures from crumbling back to the earth. These uniquely New Mexican adobe churches are being threatened by depopulation dwindling congregations and fading traditions. It's becoming increasingly difficult to find the necessary investment plus specialized in the city. They are also trying to utilize conservation skills and families willing to serve as mayor Domos to preserve these churches. I'm Walter And Ratliff. I'm Shelley Adler, AP News. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio Network.
"dizzy" Discussed on WTOP
"A hospital. His office says he is felt dizzy. It was likely hydrated. He now says he feels great. Keep it here for full details on these stories in the minutes ahead. 10 18. Traffic and weather on the 8th to Steve Dressner in the WTOP traffic center. We're going to start in Virginia. We have major issues now on the inner loop at the Capitol Bellway in the area of Route 7. We have a multi -vehicle accident with plenty of response on the scene. Only the far right lane gets by and then looks like the far left lane is sneaking by this incident. We have plenty of response on the scene. Multi -vehicle crash on the inner loop of the Capitol Bellway in the area of Route 7. So we are seeing delays already back to 66. Travel lanes are open over on the outer loop side. We're very slow both directions over on the GW Parkway. Folks taking it easy because of the tough weather conditions. So again, single lane gets you by. The standard road work setup between and 123 the Capitol Bellway not helping any. Staying in Virginia, are we dealing with crash activity southbound 95 near the Dalles City exit. And last report, the right side of roadway the was blocked and we are seeing a bit of a delay on this southbound side. In the district on the southbound side of DC 295 right near Pennsylvania Avenue, we're clearing up the earlier vehicle fire. Looks like we have a new incident right near the original incident at Pennsylvania Avenue. Caller updates us and says only a single lane does get you by. Approaching Pennsylvania Avenue northbound rubbernecking delays are still there. It's slow coming off the 11th Street bridge heading to the southbound lanes of DC 295 Steve Drizner WLP traffic. 2 -7 News first alert meteorologist Mark Pena. After a Saturday sweltering afternoon, now we have some flooding concerns to talk about. The rain that's moving in is
Running Coach Amy Magdalein Opens Up About a Recent Health Scare
"Talked right before we started recording about a more recent setback that you've been having. Did you want to share that? Yeah, sure. Absolutely. I've been pretty open about it and hopefully maybe it'll help somebody else. So I'll see the dates. It was like later in April, middle to late April, I started feeling just really weird. It's hard to describe. I was feeling anxious a lot and I was noticing that my heart rate was higher than it normally was. Even when I wasn't exercising, I was dizzy and nauseous. And at first I thought I was just had a virus bug or something. But it lasted a few days and it kind of was getting worse. So one day I was actually, I was telling you earlier, I was grocery shopping and I'm walking around the grocery store. Like I wasn't speed shopping. I was just walking around and I was sweating and I felt like I was running outside. Like I was exercising. I looked at my heart rates like 148 and I'm like, this is crazy. Something is wrong with me. So I call my mom who, you know, is like my best friend and she's a long time nurse. I'm like, mom, something is wrong. What should I do? She's like, just call the doctor right now. So I called him and I told him my sentence. He's like, go to the ER. So he like scared me and I'm like, okay. So I go to the ER and I was there for like 24 hours and they did all these tests and all this everything. And they were like, well, we don't really know what's going on. So we're going to send you home. They did a lot of blood work but that didn't come back yet. So they sent me home and heart rate was still really high. And they sent me home like the next day. And then that afternoon they called me or later that night they called me and they're like, we need you to come back. So I went back. They didn't tell me why. And I go back and I sit down with the doctor and he's like, you have hyperthyroidism. And I was like, what? Like, I mean, you know, I'm just turned 45 a year. I mean, I've heard about thyroid stuff with women and, you know, but I'd never, never really know anything about it. So he explained it to me, of course, is where your thyroid with hyperthyroidism is where your thyroid is overacting and overproducing all these hormones. Which was why I was feeling just, I felt like I was always like going, going, going. Yeah. I mean, I'm like sitting on my couch and I looked down and my heart rate's like 118. And I'm, you know, so my body was just felt like it was always exercising. So my thyroid levels were like four times too high. So I actually was in the hospital for several days. They put me on some medication for thyroid problems and it's, and then they had sent me home. So it took a few weeks really to balance it out. So I couldn't do any exercise, which I know would be really hard for road coming back. I'm definitely running by heart rate right now, which includes lots of walking. And I do a run walk normally. So this includes a lot more run, more walking. And just being really patient with my body because my heart rate still runs a little high. I was put on beta blockers, but they took me off that. So that's good. I'm starting to come down off the methamazole, which is the thyroid medicine and things are really starting to feel better. And I can feel that, you know, getting back to normal again.
Who Does Adam Kinzinger Represent?
"Why would any reputable news platform still be bringing on Adam kinger Who exactly does Adam kinga represent Even his own family hates him We know this because he said his family hates and for good reason He couldn't get reelected to dog catcher which is why he chose not to run again And losers like king singer wear that like a badge of honor See me I stand out for the rest I have the courage to stand up I think Benedict Arnold used to say that as he was taking a boat to Britain if their stabbing thee the American colonists in the back although he's a very interesting story one day I'll explain it It's not all as it appears And that's a whole nother story Where the kings are it is And now his partner may I say dizzy Lizzy Cheney is running in the Republican primary and Wyoming She's encouraged as many American marxists as possible to flip over into the Republican Party to taint the Republican Party and to vote for her Because dizzy Lizzy has become a Democrat Make no mistake about it She's a Democrat
Mark Levin to Liz Cheney: 'Shut Up!'
"Don't give a damn what the Democrats have to say or the corrupt media have to say about what took place at Mar-a-Lago I could care less They celebrate these things They are corrupt They are on the wrong side They're on the side of tyranny We're on the side of liberty Doesn't matter to me what CNN thinks or MSNBC thinks Or any of the hacks who work for these corrupt corporations phony press operations And why would I care with The New York Times has to say The New York Times with their support of Stalin in the Third Reich and Castro And why would I care what The Washington Post has to say Another corrupt phony newspaper Let alone Nancy Pelosi Oh the Democrats the balls now and Trump's court excuse me We're not playing games here We don't give a damn what you think Period And that's why I also tweeted to dizzy Lizzy Cheney Shut up You're a self righteous self promoter Nobody who matters gives a damn what you think Got it You're upset You need psychological assistance as far as I'm concerned Maybe you can get a family plan I don't know I don't know
Washington Examiner: Is Liz Cheney Toast?
"One final point on all this January 6th stuff Dizzy Lizzy There's an excellent piece by Byron York Any ass is Liz Cheney toast and he looks at the poles and he says it looks like it I mean she's 22 points behind She's trying to get Democrats in the state register and vote for her but he points out there's not enough Democrats in Wyoming To really make that much of a difference and then he asks why is she so far behind Does it have to do with her role on the January 6th committee Yes But there's more than that There's a lot more than that She points out She says it's more complicated than just January 6th The Trump factor in the race is important in part because it revives an accusation That its follow Cheney for ten years That she long ago left Wyoming spent most of her life somewhere else and returned to the state only to win political office
Hutchinson Asked Sr. Trump Officials for Financial Help After Subpoena
"Cassidy hutchison The more we learn the more it's obvious What a pathetic witness this was at least three occasions She said things and things in her testimony that were not accurate Or that she couldn't possibly have known So you have to assume the committee spoon fed that information or perhaps dizzy Lizzy But here we have a piece from Henry Rogers senior congressional correspondent not junior senior So this is big time At the daily caller exclusive Cassidy Hutchinson begged senior Trump officials for quote financial assistance after being subpoenaed by J 6 committee I thought she got rid of those lawyers because those lawyers were kind of limiting what she would say and they got they got her new lawyers where she could just you know she was free to speak The January 6th committee's key witness Cassidy hutchison asked for senior asked former senior Trump officials for financial assistance In legal help in February after she was subpoenaed by the committee According to an email obtained exclusively by the daily mail Does Mick Mulvaney know this mister Medusa Somebody interviewed Mick Mulvaney right away and let him know I think mix in a bad place right now In an email sent to a former senior Trump official February 4 Hutchinson said she had trouble securing a legal team and asked the former senior Trump official for help We're getting in contact with fundraising organizations or attorneys that could help
Adam Schiff: Jan. 6 Committee Is Looking at Legislative Reform
"Adam Schiff was on the morning smoke this morning Now if we were to have a poll who's more detestable The morning schmoller Adam Schiff do we have to choose I don't think so But Adam Schiff states the obvious in one respect The electoral count act is deeply ambiguous he says It needs to be reformed I don't disagree with that But that's part of the problem isn't it It doesn't provide the definitive answers That this phony committee says it does Here he is cut 15 go In terms of what will come out of all of this legislatively look there are reforms that we're looking at to the electoral count act this century and a half old piece of legislation deeply ambiguous that it came down to a close presidential election And it turned on an interpretation of this We would be in a real constitutional crisis And there are other forms as well that we're looking at but at the end of the day you know my takeaway frankly from I don't know about you ladies and gentlemen but I've always wanted Adam Schiff to be in charge of reforming the electoral count act Shouldn't Adam Schiff be doing that from a federal prison I think he should The reforming of the electoral count we're going to leave it to Adam Schiff and Benny Hill Thomas of course has been a radical And we'll leave it to the other radicals on that committee Dizzy Lizzy Cheney and Adam had case kings But that's a problem I don't want them to be the ones in charge of the electoral count act Do you
"dizzy" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"Impact you. Now, when we speak upon the concept of white and black, when we look at the etymology of the words, when you look at the definition of white, it'll say fresh is snow, the opposite of black, pure colorless. Unblemished. In the scriptural sense, purified from sin or sanctified. But when you see black, you see the words sullen, which is mischievous or malignant. Having a cloudy look or countenance, darkness, you know? Atrociously wicked, dismal, mournful. A Negro. This is what we've been raised around. And it's interesting to see how this all comes out in the media. And you've been speaking on this through your music for years and just kicking it with you, we'd be building all this kind of stuff. But to really kind of take this into music, we know that the blues came before jazz. We understand that the blues is catharsis. It's a release. It's our blackness. It's us saying, you know what? I'm flattening in the 5th. I'm getting a little ill. I'm speaking to you with my own language. And then jazz took that to a whole new level. So in your opinion, how did jazz amplify the message of the blues? To me, the blues is the down home, real, it's the crux of the matter. For me, the idea of the jazz, which is the sun, the daughter, the derivative of the blues, jazz is a way to individualize the struggle. It adds details, it adds context, deeper context to what's going on. The blues, you know, you got, if you look at it in the most basic sense, you got 12 bars, you got one, four, and then two, 5, one, and it's real, it's real basic. But the jazz can take that experience. And again, how we talked about blackness being a spectrum, it allows us to have each individual stories. We all have our own struggles. Each one of our black struggles. Each one of our black stories is very special. And I think jazz has a way of categorizing each one of our stories. We all didn't come from the same place. But we all have that same yearning to take down this system, block by block, core by court, note by note word by word, lyric by lyric. To let people know that we're not less than, and I think the idea of jazz is a correlation to blues being, you know, blues is the home base, but jazz lets you know that, listen, we all have a story to tell. And we need them all to change this system. It's interesting. The first, what is the first form of music that came from America and changed the world? I would say I'll say the blues and blues and blues as a construct, but jazz has gone around the world. Well, right, that's the thing, because when, yes, jazz is went over with World War I. You know what I'm saying? This is what really kind of it's the first real kind of American music to change the world. Obviously it is a derivative of blues. But I say this all to say that I always say jazz is freedom music. And intellectual. Exactly. Advancement when we think of Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie and Clifford Brown and mom's Davis. And just their intellect and high humanity has made it accessible to the world that you know what? I need this. This is high culture. You know? You know, it's funny. So it's like, it's a music that really stood for a larger scale insurrection because in western society, we're supposed to fit in the box. You learn classical music, you're not supposed to put that note. No. But what happened was that, I guess we had a disease with identity. I guess we thought that we could be intellectual enough to create something on our own. Something that is arguably more complex in classical music. We took classical music and mixed it with blues and took it in a whole new direction. So it's interesting how jazz over time has been subjugated in the same way that soul has in the same way that R&B has, and immore over even with hip hop, because when you watch old movies with gangsters, what kind of mood, what kind of music is being played? Yes. It's straight ahead, jazz,.
Liz Cheney Dares to Quote Ronald Reagan Following Award
"Cheney You know dizzy Lizzy Cheney only gets the attention she gets now because she is trying to destroy Trump and all the Trump supporters If dizzy Lizzy had actually lived up to her positions when she ran for the House in the first place as she'd be getting no attention or only very negative attention Do you know that dizzy Lizzy Cheney Got the profiles and courage award from the John F. Kennedy library mister producer Is that interesting No more Halliburton Thank God No more Chinese war criminals No The JFK profile encourage award yesterday And she dares to quote president Reagan And George Washington when this award has become an award for radical leftists and radical leftists only And she's very proud And her new friend Nancy Eva Pelosi stretch is very proud of her And wait until they have their public hearings and waiting to all I'm telling you
Liz Cheney Implies J6 Committee Has Evidence for a Criminal Referral
"But here she is on CNN She's loved on CNN on meet the press On face the nation on this week they used to hate the Chinese Halliburton Halliburton Remember Now they love the cheneys Because they're a disaster dizzy Lizzy Cheney on CNN yesterday cut ten go Porting this morning that your committee has concluded that you have enough evidence to make a criminal referral for president Trump to the Justice Department for obstructing an official proceeding and for conspiracy to defraud the United States This is Jake tapper who's not really asking a question he's making a statement and asking if she agrees with him Go ahead Evidence to refer Trump for criminal charges Well we have not made a decision about referrals on the committee I think that it is absolutely the case It's absolutely clear that what president Trump was doing what a number of people around him were doing that they knew it was unlawful They did it anyway I think you certainly saw that in the decision that was issued by judge Carter a few weeks ago The decision by judge Carter and she knows this but she's become a complete slime bomb A federal district judge the central district of California who's known to be a whack job radical Puts language in a decision affecting John eastman and attorney About the president There were no hearings there were no evidentiary hearings There were no there was no jury There was nothing And he accused the president of the president of criminal liability And for that he should be removed from the bench He should be removed from the bench and he should have his license taken from him
Sen. Grassley: First Bro Jim Biden in Crosshairs of Hunter Business
"In the long piece that The Washington Post put out Sunday or Monday actually I think it was Saturday It doesn't matter Paragraph 5 as I pointed out in my Sunday monologue on Fox they said that there's no evidence that any of this is linked to Joe Biden They lied They lie Joe Biden said he was totally unaware of any of his son's business activities He lied Now he said they say he's confident that his son didn't violate any law which is it But there's more There's a lot more The wonderful New York Post Steven Nelson Chuck grassley says first brother Jim Biden in crosshairs of a hundred business probes Senator grassley and I want to salute senator grassley when his salute senator Johnson do you know they've had no support for Mitch McConnell None None No support from the Republican leaders pathetic In fact McConnell has spent more time trashing Donald Trump Then he has been demanding answers from Joe Biden Because that's the nature of rhino world Whether it's dizzy Lizzy trainee or a head case Adam kinger or the cape May orca Chris Christie Or the CEO and chairman of the Washington compost
Christopher Rufo: Disney Producers Want to Push Queer Agenda Onto Kids
"You know Chris I found The New York Times in the liberal media's coverage of Disney's response to the Florida Bill Hilarious leftist groups out there eagerly pushed Disney because of their market power in Florida left this group to get involved Disney then gets involved conservatives then respond to Disney and The New York Times and the other outlets the flavor of their article Chris is Republican sees Republicans pounce on dizzy We didn't push Disney to get involved They did Yeah exactly I mean it's really amazing I punch you in the face You punch me back And then I say hey look this guy just punched me in the face I mean they have no sense of basic causality And they say well Republicans are stoking a culture war It's like no no no just listen to the videos The videos are shocking One of the executive producers says we are inserting a quote not at all secret gay agenda into content She said that she was quote queering all of the children's content reaching kids as young as two years old And one of the most bizarre things Disney is actually created an internal tracking tool to make sure that they're having enough bisexual asexual and transgender characters This is a specific attempt to engineer content to engineer children And they even admitted it One of the production coordinators said in this call on video controlling the information that reaches children that bypasses parents is a very powerful thing and we should use it We should exploit it And we should be pushing this ideology onto kids before they can even speak So to present that and then to present conservatives who are reacting to that as somehow the aggressor and the culture war is total nonsense and I think it really just shows the weakness of The New York Times opinion
Axios: High-Powered Group Targets Trump Lawyers’ Livelihoods
"And I passed this around to as many of my friends and colleagues and people I could think of to make an issue out of this and I will explain why Once I lay out the facts the pieces by Lachlan marque and Jonathan Swan High powered group targets Trump lawyers livelihoods Again I don't know if anyone spoke about this today but it doesn't matter A dark money group you'll notice there's a lot of dark money groups associated with the Democrat party And the reference to destroy our electoral process A dark money group with ties to Democratic Party heavyweights We'll spend millions of dollars this year to expose and try to disbar To try to disbar more than 100 lawyers who worked on Donald Trump's post election lawsuits people involved with the effort to axios So let's stop there just for a moment This tells you one of the reasons why these January 6th stalinist committee on the hill led by then he held Thompson and dizzy Cheney This tells you why they're subpoenaing so many lawyers They're actually doing the groundwork for this dark money group I'm convinced of that mister produced does that make sense to you There are gathering the information using your tax dollars A front committee Set up by Nancy Pelosi With all hitmen and hit women
Nancy Pelosi & Jan. 6 Committee Would Fit Well in Putin's Russia
"So now we've gone from peace deals never thought possible under Trump in the Middle East To the empowerment of the Islam and Nazi regime in Tehran Oh and by the way the plan is I told you yesterday was to give the Islam a Nazi regime on top of all the rest $11 billion For two hostages through another country How many questions have been asked about this at the latest White House press briefing How many Democrat members of Congress are demanding answers Where's dizzy Cheney Where's does he change She around Oh yes she and her comrades on the January 6th committee Are now accusing Donald Trump of criminal conduct Tommy is that the job of the House of Representatives to accuse anybody of criminal conduct I actually believe the House of Representatives of the Nancy Eva Pelosi and this committee this committee under dizzy Cheney would fit perfectly well in Putin's Russia They believe in the same so called justice system the same lack of due process Going after your political enemies and trying to smear them and ruin them These are sick bastards Absolutely sick bastards and they do remind me The Putin and his staff and his inner circle
"dizzy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In New York This is balance of power We're 5 days away from the election for Virginia governor and the polls are showing a dead heated this point with any differences within the margin of error For her read on the race we welcome now Anna Greenberg democratic pollster and managing partner at GQ R and thanks for being here Do you have a dead heat Where do you see it Well I mean that's what all the polls have So I assume it is a very very tight race So I think if 2015 and 2020 taught us anything being able to use polls to predict outcomes may not be It may not be the most reliable way There's some things going on that I think are interesting and potentially helpful to turn the call over in particular There's been a massive expansion in the number of people who voted early And voted by mail So if you compare to the Google race four years ago about 6 times higher We know that early and mail in ballots favor Democrats So it's not necessarily this positive We know the public things are going to turn out at higher rates on election day But as a democratic poster I sure would be pretty worried if I wasn't seeing those early vote numbers at such a high level So we'll see But it was a massive number of early ballots was a predictor of high turnout and that if turnout is higher in Virginia That obviously will help care in the call I've seen it written in the media that there is something of an enthusiasm gap between Terry mcauliffe and mister youngin What do you think about the candidates that just people aren't that enthusiastic about the Democrat Is that borne out in the polls I mean I think when you ask people about their enthusiasm around participating for what I've seen from the public polling is Republicans seem more dizzy astic about voting than Democrats do And that's obviously not a great sign though I will say in 2020 we saw some of those similar dynamics So again it's not necessarily just positive There's no doubt in my mind that while Terry mcauliffe was a very good and popular governor running again is probably a little less enthusiasm as opposed to a kind of a new and a fresh face So that may be part of what's sort of going on It's also sort of not super helpful what's happening in Washington and Biden's numbers sort of dragging down democratic enthusiasm So I don't think it's all related to the candidate specifically but obviously the impact is the same Again we'll just have to see what happens on election day There's very high early vote and will by mail which belies the notion that Democrats are not enthusiastic So we'll just have to see what happens on election day Many of the pundits are saying this is like an opening act for the midterm elections coming up Do you agree with that Is it telling us anything potentially about the midterm elections Yes and no I mean for sure in 2017 when we saw the not just that north of one in Virginia but picking up a lot of seats in the legislature And a lot of enthusiasm about Democrats that that was sort of a precursor for what happened in 2018 We also saw in primaries and special elections leading up to the actual general election in November And so if we see again it won't be like 2018 It just won't be but if we see if this McCallum wins then we see decent democratic turnout I think people will feel a little bit better about the midterm So that being said the challenge is that Democrats face in the midterms are as much structural as anything else So for example redistricting because of the losses down the ballot and not picking up more state legislative houses Democrats are going to Republicans are going to net at least 7 seats out of just three additional process alone So there are things that are happening that challenge Democrats keeping control of the house at least that is nothing to do with the level of enthusiasm among voters in that sort of thing and everything to do with kind of the structural challenges that Democrats face both on redistricting and because frankly the Senate map Senate map is challenging for Democrats And again having nothing to do with any how each voter is feeling about anything in particular One name that's not on the ballot that seems to loom large in any election these days is Donald J Trump If in fact and I understand this might not be the most likely outcome if Glenn youngkin were to pull this out and were to win would that be bad news for president Trump former president Trump Because although president Trump has endorsed Glen junkin Glenn has sort of gone on his way to distance himself hasn't he Well I mean I think it will be a mixed bag I mean I think any Republican victory is good for He's good for Trump I'm good for the Republicans and just in terms of momentum and fundraising But it is true that young can clearly believe he can not be elected in Virginia if he is viewed as a trumpie candidate I think the challenge for Trump is that in lots of other places so for example in Arizona the field of Republicans who are trying to run against Mark Kelly there are a number of those candidates who are very very very trumpy And that's true in primaries across the country even in more Republican districts that have primaries So there are a lot of very trumpy candidates out there in some ways junk and if he wins or maybe the exception that proves the rule So again I think that I can imagine Trump being happy because helps declare it's because of his endorsement That's why he won But it's also clear that junk and does not think you can win as a Trump clone and I think that Trump will just ignore that And finally is what we're seeing playing out even today over the build back better plan Is that good news for mister young kid in the sense that we got a framework but there's a lot of people saying it's just a framework if that is more of an outline And does it suggest that maybe the Democrats President Biden just couldn't get the job done I don't think that's what's driving the decline in the president's approval ratings I think what's driving the decline was the economic revival being kind of slammed by Delta plus Afghanistan And so.
"dizzy" Discussed on InnovaBuzz
"Welcome back. hope you've had an awesome week so far if you haven't listened yet to my recent conversations with jonathan kellerman strategic marketer course in community builder and with michael delong of positioning experts. Then do check them out your infiltrate but only after you've listened to today's conversation of course on really excited today to have on the another bus podcast as my guest dizzy bowlin. She's the founder and ceo of virtually sourced solutions and international strategic virtual assistance consultancy firm with pillars of integrity quality service collaboration and innovation as a published author of course creator and certification found. She and her team truly put their over. Sixty five specialties to highly efficient highly effective use. Does he's really busy. She has two young kids at home. I six thousand three. And of course the ability to multitask to get things done is really important to her. And she brings that skill to her clients. Virtually sourced solutions focus on relationship by selling networking and collaboration operating solely on word of mouth and referrals. She lives to help other succeed through proven repeatable. Scaling and growth in conversation. Today desi talk to me about hiring for culture for values and mission fit. We talked about the importance of systems and processes and we talked about building personal connections with marketing tools without further ado. Let's fly into the hive and get.
Student surveillance and privacy protection dilemma in the modern age
"New technologies are expanding school's ability to keep students under surveillance inside and outside the classroom during the school year and after it ends. Schools have moved quickly to adopt a dizzying array of new tools. These include digital learning products that capture and store student data anonymous tip lines encouraging students to report on each other and software that monitors students emails and social media posts even when they are written from home. Steadily growing numbers of police officers stationed in schools can access this information. Compounding the technologies power advocates of these schools argue that they improve student safety and learning outcomes but this article reveals that the evidence for this argument is in fact quite sin. Moreover policymakers have failed to consider important countervailing considerations most notably student privacy and its significance for child development unequal impact particularly for poor black and lgbtq youth and potential liability for school administrators using north carolina's public schools. As a case study this article that makes three contributions to the burgeoning literature on the surveillance state i. It provides a comprehensive typology that shows the full range of students surveillance. Second it identifies key procedural substantial objections to students surveillance that should be but are not taken into account. By policymakers third it proposes principles to guide the selection implementation and oversight of student surveillance. I'm gonna stop there. This is a very lengthy. Pdf document that goes well into all sorts of things that were not going to be able to have time to talk about this evening. How ever. I want to mention the first thing i noticed was there was no statement following the last statement that i just read which was third. It proposes principles to guide the selection implementation oversight students surveillance. I expected as a human being to read another line that said fourth. We have recommendations for this not to be implemented at all but of course that is mysteriously missing.
"dizzy" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"Hey, John, how are you? Good, where the hell have you been? Dizzy, man. The legal world is kind of crazy these days. I know, you know, I got to apologize. I was supposed to have Tammy pesky fella to comedian on my beer in the balcony. And while I'm doing the show, she just texts me, she has a family emergency. Yeah, so now I might have to reschedule. So but yes, what happened to you? You had a whole bunch of crap, right? Oh yeah, no, I mean, you know, even though the courts really in New York are an open per se. Are we doing a lot of things virtually? It's still been crazy. I mean, you know, I've gotten a ton of police with contact cases and cases against what the city regarding issues at Rikers Island and a number of other places as well. Prisons and things of that nature. So it's been very hacked. Yeah, well, page CM, thanks for 5 bucks. Happy birthday to good as gold. And Andrew, let's just jump right into it now. So I just played the the recent Trump debacle. He sent Brad raffensperger, Georgia Secretary of State, a letter again asking him to decertify the election. All right, Andrew, what? I mean, what's going on here? You know, basically they're just stupid. You know, they have no, you know, they just don't think. You know, they think they're untouchable and they're under stupid. These are confessions of crimes, essentially. The materially interfering with the state process of Georgia's process of election. I'm sure that's a felony in Georgia law. I can't imagine it's not a felony under federal law and some capacity..
"dizzy" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Listening to cannabis Talk Dizzy and educational Odyssey. Once again. Here's your host, Frankie Boy and welcome back, Cannabis Truck Agency and educational Odyssey. I don't know about you, but I am so jazzed. Oh, my gosh. Dr Gregory Smith is with us. Dr Gregory L. Smith. Dot com, By the way with such cutting edge in for this news is breaking, literally breaking. We've talked about the Delta eight, which is breaking news. We've talked about this new Um, Z Varian, plus dot com, a weight loss product and to help with the your entire, uh, blood sugar, because, you know We just had a doctor on My health show, Dr Smith that said that what's killing people? This is really important. Everyone was killing people isn't so much the heart and the cancer numbers as it is blood sugar levels, and that's what that's what causes the spiral to go down and down and down. And and that is correct the inflammation from the black blood sugar great the information. It's almost like rusting or our system of our organs. And so yes, indeed. And so it's It's fundamental to all the other issues that happened. Absolutely so to hear about a product that is going to help with that blood sugar level. This is huge. Absolutely huge, everyone Okay now. Hair loss. Is it the same product or different product? It's a different problem, but the same mechanism was necessary, and that is blocking the CB one receptor. So there's 110 oils in hemp oil, and they stimulate The C B two c B one b two, and you know there's a lot of things they can do. Um, but nothing goes and specifically blocks the CB one receptor CBT receptor alone and, um, and that mechanism only occurs with their in that we have th CV. And see Vdv. Which is a lot of letters. That's why I just called variant, the A, R. E and S parents. Those two oils are novel and unique in their action. And when you block the CB, one receptor in your hypothalamus in your brain, then you lose interest in food seeking behavior and you lose interest. Did you lose your appetite? But it's not just you lose your food seeking behavior. You won't get out of the couch. And go grab a piece of pizza. So it's both. I'm not hungry, and I don't feel like going and looking for food. So it's two different behaviors, right? Different things. Yeah. Which is yeah. Which is the answer, which is the answer for For many people, But now let's talk about hair loss. So when you split your block the CB one receptor in the hair follicle. Um then the hair follicles. The hair shaft grows longer. The cells in the hair shaft make more materials to the hair gets thicker, so the tube gets longer and thicker. And the duration that it's it's sleep mode. It's got different cycles is shorter. So it's it's a live longer to sell is the live longer. So three mechanisms of from blocking the CB one receptor. All of this has to do is really interesting. I don't know We don't have lost all of this has to do with energy metabolism. So are Cannabinoid system one of its most fundamental, uh but facts is controlling energy used storage use. So we used to have a lot of hair in our body in the last ice age, and we would want that hair to grow thick and long. So that would be warm. This is all the way back to ice ages and long time ago. Genetically So the follicle very fast it stuff. Oh, my gosh. Yeah. During fat around the organs all has to do with are we Are we hungry? Because we're in famine, or are we facing Because we have that short period of time when we had a lot of extra food back then, are we famine? Or are we facing? And what do we do with our energy? When that happens, we called or we warm. What do we do with the hair on our head and body form? So CB One receptor on the hair follicle makes the hair shaft grow longer. It makes the hair they could because it makes more matrix and fills up the hair shaft, and it makes it live longer. So that's what we found. We've known this. We just haven't had any parents because they always came from marijuana. We now have a verin play that comes from and so we did the research and it got published actually. Pay review journal articles 93% huge It's great that this is so exciting, very exciting. And I'm so thrilled that you all tuned in to hear this cutting edge break. Making news. The website for the hair loss product is Is a by remain R E m A n E So all one word bu y and then remain r E m A and e dot com and so obviously the name of the product, it's a topical spray. Is remain was kind of a cool name. Um, and study just came out in cannabis. It's a peer reviewed Journal Journal article for Physicians Cannabis Positions And it was very exciting. We're doing our second study. Right now. We made it stronger. And we've added, uh, peppermint oil, which has to do some other receptor activity. And so remain has all those things that the peppermint oil and a stronger dose, will you Will you promise to come back in another month or so that we can get it updated all of that good stuff. Because this is just too good. I mean, we We just got such an incredible our with you. Always some wonderful. Thank you so much. We'll be in touch. Yes, Absolutely. Gregory L. Smith, MD dot com is the website. And boy, you got an earful today..
"dizzy" Discussed on Revisionist History
"dizzy" Discussed on AmplifYou
"He's been actually at yale. Marketing the marketer for over ten years ride to club Dizzy guy is insane but most people just know him as the emcee so we started digging there and got to a point of the conversation that he was a. Hey i've actually never shared this. Pike as before but i would like to share it here to the right on. I don't wanna spoil the surprise right. I'm gonna use this little hook in their go check out. The episode and content is profit is coming out in week and a half. This is the words here right here. This anywhere else before. But yeah exactly. Those are the best words. you're like. Oh this is the gold right here. Were digging deep enough. Yeah and you know what he shared. A certain wise was very powerful. Where like wow. Because he didn't have to be with honestly with has our taxes or secrets it was more to be with what he was feeling on the inside which resonate so in so many levels with a lot of people and he just gets you thinking reidy gets you thinking about What if what. If i would do this. Or what if. I was in that position or ready. I it just makes us so much more relatable so again going back to the structure and how we prepare. Yes we do have a structure Because of it it allows us to now spend extremely crazy amount of hours of research before right again. The the objective of the podcast bride is how returning turning conduct into profit rise. Dyke that is the objective. So we know we're guiding the conversation in that sense and sometimes it is mindset is sometimes is all about mine says sometimes it is about marketing principles so as we are talking to the guest that starts to unfold and we know exactly where to go on how to finish it operationally with with the content and like..
Woman Unaware She Had $39M Lottery Ticket in Purse for Weeks
"Lottery officials say a woman in Germany carried a winning ticket in her purse for weeks without realizing it was worth about thirty nine million dollars for the band's says the forty five year old woman was the sole winner of a jewel on June nine having correctly guessed seven feels on a German lottery ticket it quoted the woman who wasn't named saying I still get dizzy at the thought that I carried the ticket in my purse for several weeks without taking a look the mother of one doesn't plan to play again those saying the wind was more than enough for my husband my daughter and me she plans to use her lucky when full to live a healthy life and do more for the environment I'm Charles the last month
A Review of the Newest Addition to the MCU: Black Widow
"I mean, the Marvel universe. Fans have been waiting for this for months and months and months, and now it's available. In theaters, and it's also on Disney plus so that you can see it there as well. It's going to be the apparently the only black widow films since Scarlett Johansson's character actually died in adventures and came this story has said a little before that. And she goes back to Eastern Europe in order to track down and ruined the great Russian spymaster who made her into a spy in the first place. And she also reunites with her fake family with which you were who she was an undercover spy in the United States in the 19 nineties in order to bring this fellow down, so it's a combination of family drama. Shall we say? With a big action, splashy action movie. I found the intimate moments in this film actually better than the action ones, which are in the typical modern way over cuts so that you can't really tell what's going on a lot of time and just overloaded with C G I the real star of the film, Although Johansson is very good is Florence Pugh. Who plays her younger, so called sister. They were sisters when they were undercover spies, and they unite along with their father and mother in order to bring down this terrible Russian mastermind who still wants to dominate the world with his army of brainwashed young women called widows. Uh, the people who Fans of the far Marvel universe are going to love this film. They're going to go out to it in droves. They're going to pay for it and dizzy. Plus, it's going to be a huge success. But it's really a kind of footnote to the series as a whole. It doesn't advance the overall marble saga very much. And as I say, it's probably a one off for Scarlett Johansson's Who cares whose character unless she miraculously comes to life will have to remain dead after this episode. Alright, that's black Widow Next up, Don Cheadle and
Climate Change Is Threatening The U.S. West's Water Supply
"Technically just started but it seems. Like the drought in the western. Us is already really extreme. Oh yeah yeah. There is some scary numbers. I'm sorry to say here. I go almost half. The population of the country is facing dry conditions. Seventy percent of the west is in severe drought already. Several states like california and arizona had their dryest year since recordkeeping began in eighteen. Ninety five Wildfire risk is really high. Keep going here. This is very very worrying everything you're saying especially when you put it in a big list like that. Yeah it really is and as you might imagine it's already leading some difficult conversations and then we will provide an update on the current status of the colorado river over so the colorado river is a key water source for seven states around forty million people. Ted cook is a water manager in arizona and he and his colleagues held a meeting in late april that everyone had hoped to avoid the reason. We're meeting today is at lake. Mead is thirty eight percent salt lake. Mead is the largest reservoir on the colorado river and in the country for that matter. It's just outside of las vegas and it's it's formed by the hoover dam. Y'all lauren i have been to the hoover dam o. My family and i drove over the hoover dam when you could still do that when i was fourteen. And what i remember is like precipitously tall. Massive concrete dam and a steep rock canyon. And when you look down at a dizzying so high yeah. Yeah and so back. Then you probably saw like a decent amount of water in the reservoir definitely. Yeah so since you've been there. The vars dropped by a lot since two thousand. It's fallen by a hundred and forty feet. Wow so now what you see when you look out. Is this white bath tub ring on the rocks around the reservoir which kinda shows where the water used to be and just this month it fell to its lowest point since it was first filled in nineteen thirties that is shocking and does that mean people have to start cutting back on their water us. Yeah and this summer you know. We're expecting the first ever official shortage to be declared on the river which basically means mandatory cutbacks for states like arizona. Which is why they call that meeting. Ten cook is expecting a thirty percent cut. He called pant hall reduction painful.
"dizzy" Discussed on Eclosion
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"dizzy" Discussed on 100% Ska Podcast
"Oh we just opened up the show here with mr kingpin With the song think again And that is coming off of his forthcoming album. Introducing mr kingpin kingpin of course being john e bravo and that song. If you if your ears did not immediately pick up on it featured some guest keyboard skills from great roger redis. I hope you're having a lovely time this weekend where we are recording sunday. Night here Heading lovely little blip of nice weather over the weekend. Some nice sun wind as well if you're in the northeast area as well so but it is. It's been a fine fine weekend and we'll speak in jersey city. They know him. And i'm a. I'm going to encroach a little bit on The windy city soundsystem guys. But tonight i'm going to be drinking some beers were recording. This show here And picking up some stuff from our great local jersey city. Brewery departed souls. I've gotten my hand some a lovely. You spin me. Round which is a pretty tasty ri- pail If you are in the area I definitely suggest Checking out That that lovely beer selection so tonight. Yeah we're we're going to be doing a lot of catching up on some recent releases brand new releases upcoming releases Just to get you all. I tuned in for Twenty twenty one. There's been some great stuff already released and a bunch of stuff that's be coming out and just came out As well so. That's what we're going to be doing a lot of Tonight so Buckle yourself in our listen Some great little students here so to start off the show here We're going to be listening to a new record coming out of from leadersh- last year. I think it came out This is The the jaw jazz orchestra and most what they're this Their their debut album is mostly reinterpretations of of older songs. There's a lot of duke ellington on here. There's some dizzy gillespie. And but we're going to give you a little bit of the their interpretation of existing scott stuff as well so we're going to start this off with a scholar parisian right.
"dizzy" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Dizzy. Yeah, I haven't been above zero in a week. Oh, man, Who and tonight's low is going to be negative. 30. Not here in Montana, he said. Where? In Montana, are you Great falls. Great falls. You do any hunting up there? Oh, yeah. Oh, man. Yeah. My My son in law has a ranch of a couple 1000 acres and I call it harvesting. It's not really hunting. Just absolutely absolutely. Did you get a chance to harvest anything good this year. The only thing I've gotten in the six years I've been up here is just a couple of white till every year Are the white tell bigger than what you remember from Texas in general. And the further North you go. The body size of almost every animal is larger. What do you What do you shooting with? The three awaits when he wanted to seventies Really? A 2 70 that far north. Interesting to 70 to 71 with takes all right? Yeah. I always thought if you went up that far north, you need something like a least a 308. Well, there's a sense of what you want to hunt. If I was gonna bill from health, I would probably get something larger. It's right where I wanted to reach out a little farther. Probably there was something like that, David. Thanks for checking in with this man. I appreciate you. Yeah, You're up there in Montana. That's north of Fort Worth. That's loyalty right there, man. I know it's the port worth. I've been awake. Oh, I know. Okay. All right, let's see. Get out. Joe was on the tide of gunshots. Big deal. Good morning. Good morning, Dad. Hey, just to remind her that with the weather out here like this, I know a lot of people in this area. Don't get to driving. I see conditions. Joey, you're about to give us some driving tips. Well, you know, but the way I learned it when I learned how to drive on ice was just imagine in.
"dizzy" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"They were mad about each other. And he was often away touring with his band, and she would just, you know I would always be screaming and fighting and this is what Lucy are now, as is said. You know, my parents when they were, they were always fighting If he was on the road. My mom knew he had other women and they were all aware of it. And Her career was so on the rocks that in 1948, she couldn't get cast in any movies and CBS Castor in a radio. Syriza called My favorite husband. Okay, which was so successful, they said, Do it. TV version got it. And then it, she said on Lee, if my husband because she wanted him to quit touring, she wanted him to be ahead in real life husband on the TV show. I love Lucy, and they finally relented. So she did. Get her way, and it was just an immediate sensation. Like I said. 11 million families watched. It was 15 million TV sets in the whole country, and it was just people went crazy for it. And ball always insisted she wasn't funny. She'd funny writers and she was brave. Mm Carol Burnett is always said service. Similar thing The writing is Yeah. Um, the other thing that Lucy got away on and is that she and dizzy persuaded CBS to film it rather than broadcast it live. So it could be endlessly repeated and smoking was required on the show because the sponsor was Philip Morris. And, um, you know, and she was anxious to get pregnant. She was almost 40. She had a number of miscarriages, and she finally had Lucy right a month before 40th birthday. And then she got pregnant a year and a half later with Daisy and a prudish CBS said, You can't use the word pregnant. You have to use the word expecting the air. Amazing. And But then the success of I love Lucy Lucy. He kind of be no got to be known as Mr Ball, and he had was what we called Grand Phillipe. Mr. Witherspoon? Yeah is infidelity when it was there is a big story in 1955 a baby s expose, And here's the wording. He's sprinkled his affections all over Los Angeles for a number of years with the myriad of vice Dollies. Child prostitution, and he'd hired two prostitutes for liaison with him and a buddy at the Beverly Hills Hotel. And Lucille Ball brought a copy of this story to the set of I Love Lucy. This could be in the Aaron Sorkin and threw that at our net that Daisy and as and said I could give the papers so much better stories. And she said in front of everybody. And she just was always, you know. Giving him chances. But she was no angel. It's sunrise. She slept a makeup man. She ripped the false eyelashes off. Another actor. Soul of Lucy casts a nobody. All stories, false eyelashes, But me and, um she which I'm excited for this, she discovered that the notorious Tinseltown Camp. Scotty Bowers. Oh, he is not in this. He set up women. He was He got women for dizzy or No. She punched Scotty Bowers in the face at a party. She hit her husband with a hammer. She pulled a pistol out on him once it had been converted into a cigarette lighter and Lucy are now as told The daily meal. I think they would have loved to have been the Ricardos. They just weren't and there was so much heavy drinking and my dad had girlfriends and she said. You know, so my mom just wasn't around for a lot of it. By the time Lucy was the host of the Lucy Show her next sitcom, then she this won't be in it. But she fellow with a string of high You know, pollutant celebrity friends that were guests appearances just as you know that Judge Joan Collins said. Lucille Ball could out bitch her any day of the week. Dean Martin. If she touches me one more time. I'm going home. She pushed him around. Richard Burton never got over. He absolutely hated her. The end of his life. But does he earn as never stopped loving Lucy and she him even after they both remarried, and they did remain good friends. They did because of them in 1986, and she died. In 1989, so yeah. Now I'm kind of now that I know that the story I'm All right. I like that. He's got some stuff to work with. He could just do the last week that that show taped. Oh, it sounds good. I'm excited for it. Sounds good. That's that was my record. You do enjoy it. Yes, I was. I'm trying to look get up like a Phyllis clip for the next segment smiling. Listen, okay. Okay. Right back Another lorry and Julia moment He actually said, how are my kids going to deal with my enormous fame? He did not say that he did. Okay..
"dizzy" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"They were mad about each other. And he was often away touring with his band, and she would just, you know I would always be screaming and fighting and this is what Lucy are now, as is said. You know, my parents when they were, they were always fighting If he was on the road. My mom knew he had other women and they were all aware of it. And Her career was so on the rocks that in 1948, she couldn't get cast in any movies and CBS Castor in a radio. Syriza called My favorite husband. Okay, which was so successful, they said, Do it. TV version got it. And then it, she said on Lee, if my husband because she wanted him to quit touring, she wanted him to be ahead in real life husband on the TV show. I love Lucy, and they finally relented. So she did. Get her way, and it was just an immediate sensation. Like I said 11 million families watched. It was 15 million TV sets in the whole country, and it was just people went crazy for it, and ball always insisted she wasn't funny. She had funny writers and she was brave. Carol Burnett is always said service. Similar thing The writing is Yeah. Um, the other thing that Lucy got away on and is that she and dizzy persuaded CBS to film it rather than broadcast it live. So it could be endlessly repeated and smoking was required on the show because the sponsor was Philip Morris. And, um, you know, and she was anxious to get pregnant. She was almost 40. She had a number of miscarriages, and she finally had Lucy right a month before 40th birthday. And then she got pregnant a year and a half later with Daisy and a prudish CBS said, You can't use the word pregnant. You have to use the word expecting the air. Amazing. And But then the success of I love Lucy Lucy. He kind of be no got to be known as Mr Ball, and he had was what we called Ryan. Phillipe. Mr. Witherspoon? Yeah, is infidelity when it was there is a big story in 1955 Day s expose, And here's the wording. He's sprinkled his affections all over Los Angeles for a number of years with the myriad of vice Dollies. Child prostitution, and he tired to prostitutes for liaison with him and a buddy at the Beverly Hills Hotel. M. Lucille Ball brought a copy of this story to the set of I Love Lucy. This could be in the Aaron Sorkin and threw that at our net that Daisy earn as and said I could give the papers so much better stories. And she said in front of everybody. And she just was always, you know. Giving him chances. But she was no angel. It's on right. She slept a makeup man. She ripped the false eyelashes off. Another actor. Soul of Lucy casts a nobody All stories, false eyelashes, but me and, um, she went. I'm excited for this. And she discovered that the notorious Tinseltown Camp. Scotty Bowers. Oh, he is not in this. He set up women. He was He got women for Daisy or No. She punched Scotty Bowers in the face at a party. She hit her husband with a hammer. She pulled a pistol out on him once it had been converted into a cigarette lighter and Lucy are now as told The daily meal. I think they would have loved to have been the Ricardos. They just weren't and there was so much heavy drinking and my dad had girlfriends and she said. You know, so my mom just wasn't around for a lot of it. By the time Lucy was the host of the Lucy Show her next sitcom, then she this won't be in it. But she fellow with a string of high You know, pollutant celebrity friends that were guests appearances just as you know that Joan Collins said. Lucille Ball could out bitch her any day of the week. Dean Martin. If she touches me one more time. I'm going home. She pushed him around. Richard Burton never got over. He absolutely hated her. The end of his life, but Daisy and has never stopped loving Lucy and she him even after they both remarried and they did remain good friends. They did because of them in 1986, and she died. In 1989, so yeah. Now I'm kind of now that I know that the story I'm All right. I like that. He's got some stuff to work with. He could just do the last week that that show taped. Oh, it sounds good. I'm excited for it. Sounds good, but that was a good one record. Did you enjoy it? Yes, I was. I'm trying to look get up like a Phyllis clip for the next segment by doing this, Okay, right back Another lorry and Julia moment. I wish Rianna would get some new music of their voice members. Maybe she'll record with ASAP. Rocky, her boyfriend..
"dizzy" Discussed on Be Calm on Ahway Island Bedtime Stories
"She kept on talking. Ellie drove over and said you're right dizzy. Concrete does look wonderful. Danny and i need to work right now so we can talk later. Dizzy replied. That's okay danny doesn't mind. The concrete mixer had missed all of the little signs. That danny did mind. She had missed the size. His frown and his eyes rolling dizzy was so excited. She had forgotten to pay attention to our friends. Were feeling when dizzy began to explain concrete for what seemed like the millionth time. The dump truck yelled stop. Stop stop stop. no more. Concrete dizzy was stunned. Started to tear up and drove away. Ellie rolled over to dizzy to see if she was okay. Well ronald rolled over to danny to check on him. Danny felt bad. That dizzy was hurt and frustrated that she kept talking. Dizzy felt hurt. That danny had yelled at her les dizzy. What does danny think about. Concrete dizzy thought a bit. And said i don't know l. E. smiled and asked jumpy. Danny ever say anything about concrete does he said i don't think he said anything. She sank down a little feeling embarrassed. I talked the whole time. I forgot to listen. Listening does help and so does watching ellie said. Did you notice any faces danny made. She went on to explain that his frown iral size and moving away had meant that the dump truck was not interested anymore. Those were all the signs that it was time to listen to ask questions to find out what might be interesting. Dizzy felt better and realized that she should apologize to danny. Meanwhile ronald roller had been listening to danny's frustration. Ronald suggested that danny asked to change the subject or for some quiet time for a break when dizzy rolled back over danny apologize for yelling and dizzy apologized for talking too much with everyone friends again. Dan ian ellie finished covering the tunnel. It was beautiful and would become even more lovely as grew over the mounds of earth l. e. the train like the clear window panels letting light into the tunnel. Dizzy yawned as admired their work. Often the distance came the sound of a familiar horn. It was time to rest. The construction crew headed back to their cozy garages and wished everyone well as they thought of all. They had to be grateful for elliot. Ronald felt grateful to be able to help. Dizzy and danny danny was happy to understand how to tell dizzy. He needed a break. Dizzy was thankful to know how to listen. She would just need to practice. Everyone felt thankful to be part of a fantastic crew as they reach their garages. They heard dizzy ronald time for bed. Dizzy slowed her motor her drums stop spinning and she crawled into her garage. Ronald rolled into his garage as well. They.
"dizzy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"dizzy" Discussed on The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station
"I think that not only are the parks and more importantly the cast members but the guests like everybody is still doing what they're supposed to do to make me feel safe. I feel safer there than i do. Going to the grocery store or go out to eat with even with family or friends. I still feel it is the safest place At that being said i do also remember. Think back to those first. Few visits to the parks and dizzy springs and there was nobody there and there was something both wonderful and creepy and very off that like yes. You should at some point. We're gonna go back remember those days. You could go to fly a passage and as you're walking off a would you like to ride again without because you cut right through right here. We're like now. I'm good four times but it was. I mean the par sort of had it even more so than you know a hard ticket event. There was an emptiness to the parks and again this idea of you know lemonade from lemons. Things seemed brighter. Music seemed louder because there was not that. Wasn't it home of of guests talking and you had this new you looked at. I looked at the park in in a very different way but there was still something missing. Like i never realized that the crowd and the people in the laughter and all those things were part of the equation. It's not just the music in the parade and all those things. But having i i know that sounds weird but having more people back in the park makes it feel more comforting. If that makes any sense yeah. I think that's one of the things that's been really interesting for me for myself. And also just for talking a lot of people who are experiencing the park slowly for the first time is this is progressing as the number of people especially early on like you're saying when things were so so quiet i mean yes to be able to walk on flight a passage over and over again until you're.