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Disney Makes Changes to Create More Inclusion at Parks

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

01:42 min | 3 months ago

Disney Makes Changes to Create More Inclusion at Parks

"Josh is changing the rules about decorum at the park. As far as his employees are concerned disney workers will allow will be allowed to have more gender inclusive hairstyles jewelry nurse nail styles and costume choices. All right with that means. Is that a net canal dress up like cubby and vice versa. Okay and cast members will also be allowed to show appropriate tattoos so donald duck will be able to have on his beak bound for hell or whatever donald wants to have. Ducks are great. So tattoos and gender fluid costumes are now allowed. Disneyworld and disneyland by by tradition by by nice atmosphere traditional atmosphere for a little kids. Let's get those tattoos flowing so this nut demaro and not is my opinion. Okay just my opinion. Not maybe i should rephrase. I think i should this guy damara. He says quote inclusion is essential to our culture whole so profound and leads us forward as we continue to realize are rich legacy of engaging storytelling exceptional service and disney magic.

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History of the US Income Tax

Planet Money

10:01 min | 1 year ago

History of the US Income Tax

"But our country has this really conflicted history with the income tax. It was not designed by our founding fathers for most of American history there was no income tax at all in the years are brand new government needed some way to raise money, but there was no need to mess around with an income tax. The government had a much simpler way just. Tax The stuff that comes into the ports for a long time really the only way that they raised money was using tariff duties duties on imported goods. This is tax historian Joe, thorndike and tariffs are simple. Right? You send out a tax collector told the major ports ship pulls import us go through the manifests, check the cargo and you add up whatever you WANNA tax sugar guns, books simple. But there's one big problem with tariffs they fail you the one time you really really really need revenue tariff duties are great way to raise money as long as you're not fighting a war yet because someone's blocking airport right or sinking your ships on the way. News Yeah. And that that does tend to depress a little bit. So when in the United States do people start to think and talk about an income tax will you know the earliest? In American history that I know of comes during the war of eighteen twelve when the treasury secretary throws it out there it's it's really kind of a throw away in a report that he sends to Congress. You know, hey, we could consider taxing incomes but this suggestion during the war of eighteen twelve, it goes nowhere an income tax is actually a very complicated thing to pull off successfully there are three big obstacles to getting it. Right. The first obstacle is logistics like how do you make sure people pay a percentage of their income? Oh, it's enormously complicated because it really does come down to. The individual, who's filing this return, and that person we're going to expect them to begin with just to keep track of how much they're earning. Then expect a lot of honesty from them about reporting those records to the government and to make sure that they're actually doing the job you didn't have to create this huge administrative apparatus to go in and enforce it, and you have to give these people the power to dig through the personal financial records of every taxpayer, and that's usually pretty unappealing to tax payers and the government is not going to radically reform the tax code unless it has to. Unless, there's something incredibly expensive it needs to fund. This is how a lot of taxes come out. There's a war, and in fact, fifty years after the idea of the income taxes I floated such a war comes to pass the civil war. This is a very, very, very expensive warm Congress needs money to feed its soldiers by guns, cannon ships. So this time, it's not just one guy. Bringing up the income taxes a suggestion this time. Congress makes it law and even more importantly they come up with a way to enforce it Congress provides for the creation of the Bureau of internal. Revenue this is the first real income tax in the United States, but it doesn't look quite like the one we have today during the civil war only the wealthy had to pay income tax. And the government does this really very clever thing to get rich people to pay it. It makes tax returns public during the civil war anyone could go in and look up your income tax return or at least your report of how much you earn and the idea was that this would help improve compliance because your neighbor would see you driving around on your brand new plow and he'd. Say Wait a minute I that guy get all that money I'm going to see how much he reported on his income tax and they'd go in and they check it out and they could report to the agency and say, Hey, you know I. Don't think that this is the right number. This guy looks like he's living too large for this sort of an income they sort of conscripted. And made the tax collector. So who is living large in? Let's say Washington DC in eighteen, sixty four. Well, we pulled up a copy of the tax assessor sheets for DC, during the civil war and there happens to be a guy here Abraham. Lincoln. Address White House at the White House. Everyone knows where it is it's senator and and the taxes he paid I'm sure people were very interested in this one, thousand, two, hundred, ninety dollars. They're also entries here for restaurant owners for liquor dealers some guy lived on longboat may be in the Potomac River. It's clear from this list that people were paying taxes, the plan worked. Well, some people are paying taxes the north part of the country. Remember this is the civil war, the south. Also attempted an income tax attempted they had a much less effective, a tax system and their income tax was much less effective than the North's version. Is there a case to be made? The civil war was sort of an economic battle in the in the north was better at at that and raising money and and that's one reason at one. Oh, absolutely I mean taxes do have a lot to do with the. North. Winning the war. Not just taxes, but the North's ability to borrow money it. It just had a better economic foundation for fighting a big warlike that you know the income tax worked. So well during the war, you would think that the US government would want to keep it around I. Mean it's Nice to have extra money when you're actually rebuilding from the carnage and such but once the conflict ended, there was this big argument about whether to keep the. Income tax round or not, and now the income tax hits its second obstacle a legal obstacle. Remember how he said the income tax only hits the rich. Well, the rich did not like it and the rich have lawyers in eighteen ninety, five legal challenge to the income tax reaches the US Supreme Court here's economic historian John Steele Gordon. My great great uncle was one of the lead lawyers in that case and guess which side he was on. The trying to shoot down the income then you've got. Cable. He was a Morgan partner at five years later. The argument John Steele Gordon great great uncle made in court was that the income tax violated little document that we'd like to call the US Constitution here Ariba line to you. It says quote direct taxes shall be apportioned among the states according to their respective numbers. I will translate that for you if the federal government wants to raise money directly from people or property, then it has to divide the tax burden up equally Among the states according to their population. So if a state had ten percent of America's population, it should only have to pay about ten percent of the tax and the income tax wasn't taxing according to population it was taxing according to income. So the question before the Supreme Court is and as is often the case it's something kind of knowingly subtle and hard to follow. The question is, is the income tax eight direct tax. I stayed up late last night reading court documents. This is a huge rabbit hole of complicated things, but it comes down to this if any part of this income tax law passed by Congress, if any of the many taxes embedded inside considered a direct tax, then Congress did it wrong? The law is unconstitutional. That is the question that justices had to decide a very interesting thing happened in the Supreme Court. One justice was ill evacuate dying Justice Jackson from Tennessee who was argued before eight justices and they split four four as to whether or not the income tax was a direct tax and therefore unconstitutional. That's why we have an odd number of justices. He can't have a tire. Exactly. was. A four four time. The court decided that the case was simply too important to be tied, and so they haul justice Jackson out of his deathbed. Now odd number of justices and everybody knew that he was in favor of the income tax because he'd said. So publicly, Z. Really Dying Jesse really died two months later. So the lawyers re argue the case Justice Robert Jackson is. In the final days of his life is a pro income tax guy. So he's going to break the tie in favor of the income tax and the tie was broken case was decided five four. But the crazy thing is it was five four the other way it was a five four decision against the income tax. One of the other justices we don't know who switched his vote. and. So the tax was unconstitutional. No income tax. How do people reacted the time to this little intrigue Oh they've there would be a there was a lot of. In the papers about it, but the Supreme Court was silent as it so often is to what the internal workings we really don't know who who, really don't know who it but somebody's which their vote we just don't know. So there's this weird stretch in the middle of American history where the income tax has been ruled unconstitutional but this didn't in anyway settled the argument I mean, if anything the debate over income tax in America grew more heated. This is the time when a lot of big industrialists are getting filthy rich JP Morgan, Rockefeller Carnegie, and at this exact time, the nation has no income tax, the people who are not JP Morgan or Rockefeller Carnegie in the country. A lot of them feel those guys the rich need to bear more of the burden. So nearly twenty years after the income tax is ruled unconstitutional, we get an amendment to the Constitution the sixteen, th amendment ratified in nineteen thirteen a single sentence which begins the Congress shall have the power to lay and collect taxes on incomes just in time for another war World War One. So the income tax has cleared to hurdles so far logistics check legality check. The income tax needs one more thing to bring it into the modern age. One More L. Word Love the income tax of to this point has been a tax on the rich right everyone else was exempt in fact when they bring the income tax back after the constitutional amendment, less than two percent of the population has to pay. All this changes though with World War Two, the government needs more money and now ordinary folks are asked to pay again Joe Thorndike this is a is a real revolution because for most Americans, they've never had this kind of direct tax paying relationship with the federal government. You know they're paying excise taxes on alcohol tobacco or consumer goods but those things are are usually levied somewhere other than like on the consumer you know they're levied at the manufacturer level for the first time. Americans are sort of confronting the federal government as a tax collector and the middle. Class has never paid this tax before they not sure what to do a whole in nineteen forty-three show that one third to one half of people were unclear what

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Parades, close-ups with Mickey out as Disney World reopens

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Parades, close-ups with Mickey out as Disney World reopens

"Two of Disney's theme parks in Florida will be opening tomorrow but it will not be business as usual in the land of the mouse it's a corona virus world after all and while people returning to Disney will be able to escape from their locked down for a while there is no escaping the fact that coated nineteen concerns still abound and it's more than just wearing a mask and practicing social distancing does meet and greet sessions with Mickey Mouse or Donald Duck forget it did with fireworks parades they've all been counted because they could draw too many people together before entering both employees and visitors will have to get temperature checks at the gate even something as simple as asking the Disney staffer to snap a picture of you in front of Cinderella's castle is now a no no that would mean they would have to touch your camera I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Parades, close-ups with Mickey out as Disney World reopens

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Parades, close-ups with Mickey out as Disney World reopens

"Two of Disney's theme parks in Florida will be opening tomorrow but it will not be business as usual in the land of the mouse it's a corona virus world after all and while people returning to Disney will be able to escape from their locked down for a while there is no escaping the fact that coated nineteen concerns still abound and it's more than just wearing a mask and practicing social distancing does meet and greet sessions with Mickey Mouse or Donald Duck forget it did with fireworks parades they've all been counted because they could draw too many people together before entering both employees and visitors will have to get temperature checks at the gate even something as simple as asking the Disney staffer to snap a picture of you in front of Cinderella's castle is now a no no that would mean they would have to touch your camera I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"donald j. duck" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"donald j. duck" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Then then then HBO paid attention then Hbo Start Rolling Them. If you go, look, they find out the fight at the fight so like so yeah, so it's like damned. Do I really. Crap on HBO when they gave me a leg to stand on, and they put Cova level where no one would. And I get my other fighters on now. So? She says she came out to the media like sit now. We got a contract with HBO. Not Breaking and still boxing fans would call donald the duck. It's like A. Trip like people just don't know by some man, but you know it is what it is. we're going to go out to the callers. Final Dog saw This is just an order WC. Believe it when I see because so many things happen. Ryan could just simply say no. And then they go to the next fight of the wants to be in eliminator for an interim title or They. Like each other's terms and go to purse bid then we got to see. Who's the winner then we got I. We gotta wait for it to be called. Then we wouldn't that date happens. They gotta bid. Then we got to find out WHO's the winner. Then they get a certain amount of days to promote it and put it on, so this is just a full at the moment. So, let me get this straight right. WBZ mandated this. and. So now mandate all okay. Ordered all right all right 'cause I know mandate is for like a eliminator title them Nader where you. You gotta go right so so this is the order. It's on now, so they ordered it, so they offered us a what happens now is the two teams after negotiate, so they get a certain amount of time on paper to negotiate, and if they put it anyone defending a title because you know, I'm a little green to. There's no them writing for an interim title. Right and they the order this both. Thrilled, yes, they ordering the despite take place for the interim title now before. Was Champion. Interim title was with Dylan White Hat. But somehow had one hundred and three five pound division. Now the interim title has become the interim title, and the real champion has become the regular champion and the super champion, or actually the actual chip has become the super champion. If that made sense, I'm following the WB. WBZ has super champ. Then they got regular chip then they got interim champs. So that is what the WDC just adapted in the one hundred division, because now they will have the seal Loma chang-chol Devon Haney and the winner Ryan Garcia Luke Campbell plus they got. So. Regular. Endeavour Haney and then super chance, plus they got the Virgil Ortiz go belt wbai. So does the WBZ which they call it diamond. So the diamond bell is going to be here versus not as and diamond gives you positioning as a number one eight doesn't give you positioning but. When you get to the to the to the convention, you have the right to say I am you diamond champion? I WanNA fight your champion. or I want to be placed in an eliminator for mandatory, so it gives you fake positioning. It gives you the ability to cry. OPT. Basic. No, because because you're absolutely right. 'CAUSE Callum Smith wanted. In the world, boxing super series for the Mohammed Ali trophy, and all he did was win it. He had to go to the convention and do what you said so then they had to rule on. You.

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"donald j. duck" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"donald j. duck" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Am doing awesome great so does a lot to get through a lot to talk about let me just start with what we have been talking about that is Bubba Wallace of the whole new situation my take is you know people are on the writer vilifying describable Wallace who in my estimation based on the evidence did absolutely nothing wrong some people are calling about a small lax I don't even want to mention some of the names of the people that are doing it because quite frankly don't deserve their name to be mentioned but I mean what do you make of that people on the right that are vilifying this guy I think basically it's their way of discreetly showing their inner racism I mean why why attack him otherwise JDL anything you want to set up I thought you know I mean I later I don't think it's in races and all double bubble Wallace should not have gone forward and claimed it was despicable hate crime until he actually knew that it was and I think that doing that is isn't he made an effort of of vilifying the entire sport of NASCAR his fellow drivers and anyone who had access to his garage as well as the fans of the sport and people like Jamelle hill pearl propagated and perpetuated that so but I I would I would call that race I mean it's it's it's all it's all behavior based that that's why I've made the statement that I've made because he what what he did not who he is or or the color of his skin that is that to do with anything right but you're not attacking him in the in the same context to the other people JD I wasn't including you in the in the group that I that that I was attacking I mean O. okay yeah people look for a reason to attack the black guy well no I agree I think I think bubble symbol what is his over the top this was not a hoax obviously there was a rope whether it was a news or or a double bowling what whatever it is there is definitely a rope there I mean it's it's clear as day what I don't understand you are too logical and too intelligent to be a conservative Republican that supports Donald Trump what would you say that I appreciate that Doug he's right where we're going to agree to disagree on that and and I one of the reasons why I support Donald Trump as Adam as I do is because I am a staunch catalyst and I think that there is a major movement right now to integrate socialism or Marxism or or a combination of that into the economy right now that I do not agree with at all well speaking of Donald Trump duck let's switch topics here real quickly so Donald Trump in another speech this time in Arizona referred to the corona virus as the Kong flu I want to play this audio clip for you have a listen to this and then we'll talk about it we've given notice to the other night did anybody she must be children either Saturday what is the other night is never.

Disney World employees say they were inappropriately touched by tourists

AP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Disney World employees say they were inappropriately touched by tourists

"They were inappropriately touched by tourists while on the job is Mickey Mouse Minnie mouse and Donald Duck at Walt Disney World park employees each file police reports this month the woman inside the Mickey Mouse costume went to the hospital claiming neck injuries caused by a grandmother patting the character's head the employees wearing the Minnie mouse and Donald Duck costumes were grouped by tourists according to the Orange County sheriff's office the incidents come after a fifty one year old man was arrested in November after an employee portraying the Disney princess told investigators he groped her breast while getting a photo taken a Disney spokeswoman says the company encourages cast members to come forward and then the uncomfortable situation and it provides multiple resources to protect their well being

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Donald Duck, Mickey and Minnie Mouse Reported Being Groped by Disney World Visitors

AP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Donald Duck, Mickey and Minnie Mouse Reported Being Groped by Disney World Visitors

"Job is Mickey Mouse Minnie mouse and Donald Duck at Walt Disney World park employees each file police reports this month the woman inside the Mickey Mouse costume went to the hospital claiming neck injuries caused by a grandmother patting the character's head the employees wearing the Minnie mouse and Donald Duck costumes were grouped by tourists according to the Orange County sheriff's office the incidents come after a fifty one year old man was arrested in November after an employee portraying the Disney princess told investigators he groped her breast while getting a photo taken a Disney spokeswoman says the company encourages cast members to come forward and then the uncomfortable situation and it provides multiple resources to protect their

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"donald j. duck" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"donald j. duck" Discussed on Doughboys

"Cheeseburger or whatever and it was just a feeling of like I've I've found this place place that makes sense to me and is wonderful and then five years later or so I realized Oh wow this place is not so great then I already lived here so them better go back to the UK where everything's Hunky Dory trying to get another USA. Take a knee. Take Ha really feel like this is going to end with me being deposed. Please enter. Put me all right all right man. What are you what are you could say you know some sentimental stuff about bill rose in Quincy with my family and my or adder or graduation eduation? I had John Thomas Steakhouse my graduation we but nick the greatest restaurant meal is always the next oh boys meal aw Jesus Rice. I'm a little sweet boy before we wrap up you song. Please come up here and show me what my fucking terrible team is coming up to the stage. It's going to be bad is he. Close to the stage was going fast moves or yeah. That's when he's scared. That's not which is always brought your phone up. Oh thank you emma again yes or no. I got it but I'm not going to be lazy. Sorry the woman do it. Oh it's still draft is still going the F. So far. Do you have a QB yet. I hold on let me see three minutes. Per Pick is too long way. Where can I see oh? Here's the summary Sorry everyone you want. This is very bad. Philip rivers is my quarterback how that's fine chimeras my run back Nick Williams from Kansas City is running back. Digs ride receiver woods wide receiver from the chargers. Henry is why tight end McCoy. Here's my boy but current you draft kicker already use on bad. That's a good kicker though chargers is my defense offense and then you've got another tight end you song. I got Rudolph from Minnesota Good Madison from the running back from Minnesota as well. My team is bad you song you fucked up again. No refunds we gotta we gotta do. RPG draft graph then Oh yes yeah so I pick a dame Dan yeah. That's a great one fuck. You're getting all the protagonists Donald Donald Duck from from the Disney one offer from kingdom hearts hearts. That's pretty good. Oh boy who am I going to pick you know who I pick a character you create an RPG with a character creator. ooh fucking Lebron. I O camera leaving anyway. That's it for this episode in what ways up until next time for the the Federal Wider Zia thanks guys they are back and you will never be the that on the next door boys double our tour takes us to Philadelphia where we dine at beloved loved Convenience Store Chain. Wa Wa is the city of brotherly love. The city of brotherly Yama find out Tuesday only patriot dot com slash.

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"donald j. duck" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"donald j. duck" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Well there was a barber did you all know that all right D. he's never been married he's raising the sisters kids in his middle name is Fauntleroy who is a sh which is a middle name is never been married is raising the sisters kids in his middle name is formal Roy who is it this is a comic strip he no one was on during my lifetime everyone from the page that is it's it's a the comics it's all about the concerts not just comic strips it's all about comics this tree of comics super uncle well you know like this the other such dorks you know this is Alicia I'm sure people in the audience no there's a couple of people know it Reese racing never been married but he's raising the sisters kids that's a pretty big cancer can kids parents how old are they I could give you a great big him but that would cause well you could probably trust us with him because it's not question well if you can't take and as middle name is for Laura you know I do you need to have for this do you think nothing well it is raising the sisters can't judge me how old they are I really don't know but they're all the same age I'm thinking right doc Donald Fauntleroy duck.

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Disney, Walt Disney And Bob Eiger discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

03:34 min | 2 years ago

Disney, Walt Disney And Bob Eiger discussed on /Film Daily

"Talked earlier about this Disney. Disney investors meeting that they had during that investors meeting. They actually revealed that Disney plus will house the. Entire Disney motion picture library, including things from the Disney vault. Chris what do we know during at the end of the shareholders meeting? There was a Q and A session and Bob Eiger just casually tossed this off he really didn't make a big deal out of it. Even though it sounds like a big deal, but he revealed that Disney plus the upcoming Disney streaming service will eventually have the entire Disney motion picture library and the Disney bolt. And if you don't know what the Disney vault is Disney in a clever marketing strategy, they only release their movies on home video or in this case in this day and age digital for a certain period of time. And then they pull it away, and it's not available for years. And then when they released it again to everyone will quickly by it again. Like one of my friends yesterday was complaining that he wanted to show. His kids Cinderella is not available anywhere on digital right now. Yeah, it's nuts. And I mean, it's not for us. It's a great business for them. But according. To this. It's going to all be available soon on Disney. Plus, but there are a lot of questions like this. The first thing that came up in our slack channel. Was you know, is is he serious about every Disney movie being on there? Like is the very controversial song of the south going to be available in there. I can't imagine that happening. But he literally said every single movie see I feel like with song of the south. What you need to do. Is you need to get like Leonard Maltin provide like a, you know, fifteen minute intro providing historical context and in talking about the controversy. I mean like I feel like that would be needed. Like, you can't have the movie on there. Like, you know, quite play. Yeah. I agree. There is a way to show it with that historical context, if they do it that way. So maybe you're right. Maybe they would do something. Like that. Who knows? Yeah. I pretty much assume that the vault was going to be on there. I'm just wondering how big the comics concerts because I think he said like the motion picture library. They have so many shorts. They have so many TV specials all those like Disneyland specials. I used to collect those on DVD. They used to have these like teen of like these are called Walt Disney. They're like these tens of like these old like Disneyland specials and stuff and like actually most DVD's are worth like nothing today. But if you want to sell one of those teams like they're still worth like some of them are worth hundreds of dollars because there was such limited edition. So I'm wondering if that material is going to be available in in Disney. Plus Jacob is there anything in particular you want to see from the vault. I wanna see all super old short in the twenties all your work stuff from from back when Disney was still learning his craft and was like in the acquired all that stuff. Right. We they have. And I just early Disney stuff is weird. And it's from before Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck became mascots. And they were allowed to like be full fledged characters in a way that's often. Very surprising. And there's all sorts are weird. And they're funny, and they're the often surreal and by the forties and fifties, but time color came around. Mickey was drained of personality, and he stopped being mischievous a heroic character that we see in the original shorts. So even though even though today's credit the

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"donald j. duck" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"donald j. duck" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"The dreaded incremental ISM. Well, by the way, by the way, I really hope and I think Donald does not invade Venezuela. But I think he's son tells me he's going to invade Venezuela. It Trump administration has designated Venezuela's interim government as the rightful recipient of Venezuelan assets in US, financial institutions. The State Department says interim president one Guido will receive in control then as Waylon government accounts held by the Federal Reserve Bank in New York. A statement says it's to help safeguard those assets for the Venezuelan people whose Cami McCormick. We thank CBS news for that. And things are really bad in Venice. His wailer. They've got two competing claims to be the legitimate government Benedict. Donald and various other countries like Canada are choosing the speaker of the assembly the leader of the national assembly man, named Guido the the Russians and Putin has warned off Donald is kinda funny here, right? Look at the power disparity here now Benedict Donald's the boss over there in Russia telling Benedict, Don, don't you mess around in Venezuela, or I'll show the PP tapes, right or I'll do something. Right. So look look at how weak America's become so Benedict. Donald now, his his radical national security adviser John Bolton made made a big show saying we're sending five thousand troops to Colombia, which is right next door. So now, we're going to invade Venezuela. And to what end what to get to get busy. Don reelected. This is these are the consequences of leading this kind of full in one eight eight three two one six zero zero one. However, there's a Benghazi issue here. And I'm not the only one seeing it I found online, and I'm not kidding around from a publication known as the American conservative. That's an and they are who they claim to be. They seem to think they know what that word means. The American conservative is sounding the alarm saying. And here's the quote is the headline nervous times for the US embassy in Caracas. And if you read the article, and I've read the article this saying, hey, this looks just like Benghazi you've got a very dangerous situation in a foreign nation. And you've got a lot of people who really are not happy with Americans. And you've got a bunch of American diplomats from maroon there, and you've got this group of people who mean them harm and Benedict. Donald is poking his eye it poking his finger in the eye of nNcholas Maduro one of the two competing contestants be president who's really angry at Benedict. Donald and there's all these diplomats there and the Douro is already threatened to cut off the electric city in the water to the embassy in Caracas and a bunch of Americans have been already evacuated. So we know it's dangerous because bunch of family and non non essential personnel. Van. Accu aided, but we still have by some counts, dozens of personnel still there in Venezuela sitting ducks Benedict, Donald sitting ducks in your over there rubbing salt in the wounds of a guy because people ill, and he already knows it there and he's already threatening to cut off their electricity. Do you remember Iran? Does anybody remember Ron ninety seventy nine? Hello. Benghazi benedict. Donald look this up. You'll see the the American conservative saying, oh my God. It's another Benghazi. I hope it doesn't happen. Do you the rest of the way with Justice is served? The Norman.

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Why Does Helium Make Your Voice Squeaky?

BrainStuff

06:00 min | 2 years ago

Why Does Helium Make Your Voice Squeaky?

"Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Volk bomb here. Today's question is why does helium make our voices go all squeaky and to answer it. We have to ask three questions. What is air? What is helium? And what is your voice note here at the top? We cannot technically recommend inhaling helium to play with your voice. And even if we did you probably shouldn't take our medical advice. But if you're going to only pull from a balloon, not a helium tank tanks contained compressed gas. That'll pop your lungs and only take short breaths and make sure you get some good ole regular air in between goes. So that you don't suffocate. Okay. So back to our questions, I up air air is a gaseous molecules soup. Yep. It seems real thin, but it's chock full of stuff when it's dry air is about seventy eight percent nitrogen twenty one percent oxygen nearly one percent argon and a wee bit of a bunch of other things carbon dioxide neon. Helium methane. Et cetera. It can also contain some water vapor maybe zero to three percent. Your voice is the vibration of that air sup- created by sound waves when you speak saying or yodel you're pushing air in your lungs out through your throat past your vocal chords. You can vibrate. Loosen and poll taught your vocal chords in a number of ways to make a number of different frequencies of sound because the vibrations are periodic. Meaning that they're motion is repeated after an interval of time called a period, the frequencies produced by your vocal chords are harmonic. The harmonic frequencies that your vocal chords. Create are called your voices pitch. You can manipulate other parts of your mouth noisemaker your throat, jaw cheeks and tongue to manipulate the way. Those harmonic frequencies bounce around inside your head that is resonate before. They leave your mouth this gives more power to the frequencies as they add to each other. And it creates your voices timber timber is one of those. Great words, it's defined by what it's not. It's not how loud your voices, and it's not your pitch. It's any other quality. That's different. If two sounds loudness and pitch are the same. Okay. All of that make more or less sense on to helium helium is an element. That's mixed with little air to fill balloons because helium is less massive a locally termed lighter than air. And this makes blooms float in air sup-. It also helps that helium is inert. It doesn't like reacting with other elements. So it's not likely to cause an explosion or catch fire or anything else that we don't like our balloons to do and stays gas at a wide range of temperatures. But yeah, it's pretty light allied. Are we talking so light helium standard, atomic weight is just four point zero zero three in comparison nitrogen and oxygen are more than three times as massive was standard, atomic weights, a fourteen point zero zero seven and fifteen point nine nine nine respectively. So when you breathe in helium instead of air, you're filling your lungs and head cavities with these we atoms that get pushed around like all heck by sound waves like Avas scarecrow in a mosh pit the atoms that make up normal air don't oscillate as quickly because they're more massive like the tin man in a mosh pit the practical outcome of this is that sound waves travel through helium much faster than they do through air about three times faster. Since the sound waves are traveling faster than usual their residences inside your head cavities occur at higher frequencies. Think of it like a pool table if you started playing with ping pong balls instead of pool balls and hit them with the same force that fly around the table smashing all into each other at much higher. Speeds that means that less residence is happening at the lower end frequencies of your normal air-driven voice. Meaning the lower frequencies have less power to them. Meaning that the sounds that emerged from your head cavities and out of your mouth are the higher frequencies use sound squeaky like Donald Duck ducks by the way, get their squeaky quack by virtue of having a much shorter vocal tract. And let's head space for air than humans. Note that the helium doesn't change the wavelength of the sounds emerging from your vocal chords doesn't affect your pitch. If you sing a particular note on regular air, and then on helium, it will be the same note. It'll only change your timber. And specifically the timber of your vowels. Today's episode was written by me in the way back for our YouTube series. I hope it wasn't terribly confusing by audio and also that you aren't disappointed that didn't suck helium while reporting it, it was produced by Tyler clang for more on this and lots of other resonant, topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Hey listeners in lieu of an ad today. I wanted to tell you about a new podcast art of the hustle that breaks down how the world's most fascinating and successful. People got to where they are. It's hosted by Jeff Rosenthal, one of the brains behind summit the world's preeminent festival. Celebrating ideas every show. He grills one guest on how they hustled their way to the top people like Tim Ferriss who believes that being an introvert like he is can make you a savvy entrepreneur tune into art of the hustle a brand new show from iheartradio. 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"donald j. duck" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"donald j. duck" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"Pat, I watched by hummed duck, a looney to my Christmas, Carol. I would I would bet it's pretty good. I really like Mickey Mickey's Christmas. Carol didn't carry you might be surprised to hear it didn't hold the same weightiness that the actual Christmas. Carol depiction. Donald Duck as you might have a man or Daffy duck. She's she might have imagined as Scrooge. He's running a toy company or something. Can you do the Daffy duck or Donald Duck never been able to? I can't do either. That's Donald Daffy is like the list, you know. Yeah. From succotash, that's. I prefer looney tunes to Disney except in their versions of Christmas. Carol. I think all looney tunes movies suck. Actually quack busters was pretty good. The Donald Daffy duck car one I've seen quack busters, but their movies, usually aren't good. They're better at the short. Whereas Disney to me is the opposite. But. Porky pig. Was was Bob crash it sure instead of tiny Tim being a dying child. It was just a girl little girl that wanted a dollar that are that Porky couldn't afford. Okay. Ended up a lot. But they did commit to the ghost part which I was shocked. So Esther was the was the Bob Marley ghost. So that's a just Jacob burner. Foreign character and death. The death grossed was Tweety bird was Christmas sleeps that cared or Christmas past right, which was perfect Christmas. Present was. I can't remember Christmas future was Tasmanian devil. Yeah. Well cast as far as you're looney tunes Christmas Carol goes it was a well cast. They considered the choice. Yeah. But but after that it was also newish. You know? So it's not like it's Mel Blanc doing the voice. No, I wouldn't watch that you know, and you can always tell dad bugs in it a little bit not too much. It's probably we bugs light for looney tunes film. I could go for a nice cold bugs light right now, folks. But boy, I watched Paddington to. Yeah. Because it's the end of the year and certain movies keep popping up on every ten bus list. And you're like, maybe they're good Paddington to. Was pretty awesome. If you like that like, Wes Anderson kind of fake world like that grand Buda, Budapest hotel vibe. That's what this is. Except got a couple of animatronic bears in it. It was very cute. Who's funny had a sweet story didn't overstay its welcome, Hugh. Grant was very funny as the villain, and it really does create like a very cool visual world that I enjoyed spending time and again to Paddington always struck me as a Wes Anderson film without any the incest or inappropriate sex scenes between children, right? Why am I there? What am I here for? I hope that's the clip that they pull out of the show. If your trial. Yeah. Right. My final will be another Christmas tale special. Red christmas. Okay. It's a movie about a woman getting her period during a shopping spree at Macy's, folks. Like. Oh my God Christmas. It's that time of the month for the Christmas sale. And for mommy's little visitor. What going on? I don't know. I'm just being dirty and gross red Christmas is a terrible terrible terrible hard movie starring d Wallis of many horror movie fame. I I tell you are movie film fame. I cast de as this week in the cool kids really, but she has to go because we're shooting it like Christmas day, basically she had to drop out. But I loved you. Well, she had an awesome audition. And we wanna castor in the future. I love dishes. She was in ET for Christ's sake. Who do you gotta bang in this fucking business? I know my God on the actors that come in and read for one line parts, you're like, wait a minute. This guy has been in every city I've ever seen. Oh god. It's dark out. It's a sick business. Anyway, dwells is in this film. She's about the only redeeming quality in it aside from the she has a son who who has down syndrome in the actor playing him actually does have down syndrome, and he's very good in it as well. He's very funny and. Endearing but aside from those two this isn't unwatchable mess of film. It's it's billed as a comedy. It's not a comedy in any way, shape or form. It's not scary in any way, shape or form..

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"donald j. duck" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

13:55 min | 2 years ago

"donald j. duck" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Going for me. I want to get to the Florida mass in a bit. We'll probably do that at ten because I feel a rant coming on. After watching the news and watching ever since the cabin hearings. There is been this idea this attempt by the left to invalidate institutions of government. You remember after the debate? And he was the third debate might have been the second debate in two thousand sixteen where Chris Wallace of Fox News asked Donald Trump, if he would accept the results of the election, if he lost no candidate in their right mind should ever say. Oh, yeah. Totally. I completely will accept if I lose you never want to put the idea because then the story is he's prepared to lose. And he's ready to go along with that becomes the story. So Donald Trump duck dodgers, I'll tell you at the time. Which was the smart way to blow it off. Well, this of course, immediately became Donald Trump is ready to invalidate the results of the election. Can you believe it and Hillary Clinton threw a big fit? And can you believe Donald Trump won't even accept and then she spent the last two years, not accepting the results of the election, and then Donald Trump criticized the intelligence community because apparently I don't know crazy, I suppose he doesn't like being spied on and the liberal media when the Democrats, but I repeat myself were all saying you can't he's he's criticizing the intelligence community. That is an attempt to harm the intelligence community doing damage by criticizing them. How dare he do beyond the pale? Now, they're trying to do the same thing to scream court. The left is and the United States Senate, and there's no such concern about damaged the institutions here. Oh my goodness. Can you believe that they would damage these institutions like this by criticize any criticism of? Ms damaging of the institutions it started with the supreme court. Like, I said because I think it was as reclined somebody at vox dot com. And then it sort of spread from there. The vox piece one of them was entitled the case for abolishing the supreme court, which just sounds like a supremely stupid idea. Then we have Julia offi or I don't know how do you pronounce her name? I don't care how you pronounce her name. She writes for G Q magazine, she was on CNN. She is the one who said that Donald Trump radicalized more people than ISIS. So you can tell where she's coming from. And she's still in good standing on CNN regularly. She tweeted out in October fifth in the heat of the right after Cavanaugh was confirmed. We are a country where two presidents who both lost the popular vote. Have now placed four justices on the supreme court democracy in action. And if we were in fact that democracy, she would have point, but. We're not a democracy. They know these people know, we are not a democracy. They don't care. They're counting on the public. Not knowing that we're not a democracy. Fox News reported back on October seventeenth liberal professors launch campaign to pack supreme court after cavenaugh confirmation. And now, we have Democrats I believe including our own Elijah Cummings. Saying we might look into impeaching judge Cavanaugh we have to continue to investigate and investigate and investigate. They're trying to damage the legitimacy of the supreme court because they don't control it. And if they don't control it they want to destroy it. Another piece from vox, the rigging of American politics political system depends on the in America that legitimacy is failing by as recline the big boss over there at Fox News where he goes on to point out. Exactly the same thing. Julia offi Ted their people on the supreme court appointed by presidents who didn't win the popular vote. Now, basic civics at least I learned, and I went to a really horrible public school. I learned about the electoral college. I understood it that we are not a nation that happens to have states. The federal government did not create the states the states created the federal government. The United States Senate was created by the states in order to ensure we had a federal government. But it was created is without it. We'd never would have gotten one. It was created to be the representatives of the states. The house of representatives was the representatives of the people. The Senate was the representatives of the states with senators being elected by the state legislators of the various states the seventeenth amendment change that became a huge disaster. But it just basically made the the Senate sort of like the house of representatives where it used to be the more deliberative body. They were there to protect the rights of the individual states now state's rights code for racism, but you're not allowed to even talk about it anymore. But they're now trying to damage the United States Senate by saying, you know, in the election on Tuesday. The Democrats won the popular vote for the Senate by five million votes. You see therefore yet somehow Republicans gained seats in the Senate. Anybody with two brain cells to rub together knows exactly why that's garbage. Because you have a each state elects senators, the popular vote the national popular vote for the house or the Senate is absolutely irrelevant. Also, you add to the fact that California's they call it the jungle primary system where the two top vote. There's no party affiliation. Wink, wink in California in their primaries. It's open to all all the names are on one ballot. And everybody votes on it. And the two top vote-getters end up being the nominees who do the general election? The two candidates for Senate happened to be Democrats, California is our most populous state. There was no Republican option in California. So yeah, naturally Democrats would win more, quote, unquote, popular votes for the United States Senate when you have our most populous state not having an option except Democrats. Also, you have to consider that only one third of the United States. I can't believe I'm giving this any sort of validity. But if you're gonna play these stupid games on the left, we have to least blow giant holes in them. It's pretty easy to do. One. Third of the Senate is up every two years for reelection. Ben Cardin was up this time next time. It'll be nobody in this state for the Senate. And then it'll be Kris van Halen twenty twenty two. With one third up the vast majority two thirds of the one third of the Senate that were up this time, we're in deep blue states, Elizabeth Warren, for example, up in Massachusetts. So of course, she's going to blow away anybody who runs against her. And she did it's Massachusetts for God's sakes. Plus, she's a native American and who can vote against an sweet nursing Indian. So it only makes sense that the Democrats would receive more votes than that they were really only about seven competitive races. And Republicans did quite well in those and aside from the two that Democrats are trying to steal they did even well in those. But the idea that the Senate popular vote the house popular vote, they're doing this to try and invalidate our institutions of government completely that which they cannot control they will seek to destroy looking at Twitter again and MSNBC tweeted out. Democrats won the popular vote by five point nine percent. And then they quote, Mika Brzezinski inner Hayes of I imagine Nicole bunch of prescription drugs saying, it was actually it actually was a Blue Wave. And then there's a vice news piece, and this is where the left is getting dangerous because they're trying to keep their base angry, the people that were outside Tucker Carlson's house the other night. That's what they're trying to maintain while sort of condemning Ed saying, he's awful monster. But you probably shouldn't do that to his house. Vice news has a piece don't look now. But the twenty twenty Senate map is brutal for Democrats. Meaning it is again rigged, it is horrible. And the whole piece goes into how there's just a very narrow path for Democrats to retake the Senate in twenty twenty no matter who wins the presidency because the concept of the Senate is horribly horribly unfair. It's not it's actually fundamentally fair. Each state gets two senators. There's also an argument that the left is making and this comes again from vox. It's amazing how much leadership grown adults take from thirty two year old guy who runs vox dot com as recline. That the Senate is unfair because states like Montana and Wyoming have the same number of senators as California and New York when California and New York have ten twenty thirty times the population, which is exactly why the house of representatives exists the house of representatives is based on population. And the Senate is based on states each state gets too. According to the constitution only reason we have a country is they were able to reach this compromise. Each state gets two representatives in the Senate and a minimum of one Representative in the house of representatives. If you really wanted to be fair, California should probably lose a couple of representatives because based on population. They count illegal aliens out there in apportionment and states like Montana with a million people that only have one member of congress should get a second seat in the house of representatives. If. If you're being fair, but the left isn't interested in being fair. They're interested in obtaining power and this mentality this stupidity. These dumb ideas have started to infect the media. I wrote this up the daily caller the other day, and it just keeps you coming more and more relevant. And by the way, this is all done by people who should know better to get something on air on MSNBC. And then through Twitter to the point that the entire MSNBC outfit decides to embrace it requires at least five layers of people making sure that they don't put something stupid up. Their editors producers directors news directors things like that. They apparently all were cool with this. And then there's a guy named KENDALL line Ken. I might be mispronouncing his name. He is the intelligence and national security reporter for NBC news, which is ironic because he's not interested in security knee has no tweeted out in. Response to a tweet and this was on election night. The question is talking about this Senate majority minority thing in the popular vote. The question is how much longer the American majority will tolerate being pushed around by a rural minority realistically. The question is basically saying how long will California and New York allow those peons in flyover country to have a say in what we want them to be able to do. So if you really think about it the left doesn't win conservatives tried to pass initiatives. It's to get government out of the way when left tries to pass initiatives. It's force you to do something that you clearly aren't interested in voluntarily doing. And they aren't interested in voluntarily doing either. Or they would simply lead, by example, and Joyce how wonderful this utopia. They wanna create is. But this is an incredibly dangerous and dumb slippery slope, by the way on the issue of the supreme court KENDALL line. And again, why is weighing in and why? Giving his opinion as a journalist. I don't know on Twitter on October six the day after the confirmation of judge Cavanaugh. He re tweet tweeted out a Washington Post story about how senators representing less than half, the US are about to pack the supreme court. He said, quote, it may not happen in our lifetimes. But the idea that North Dakota in New York at the same representation in the Senate has to change. We cannot have those Hicks who believe differently than me having a say in anything because nobody at the cocktail party. I was at over the weekend on the Upper West side. Dare say anything different than me. Very dangerous party in very dangerous times, ladies and gentlemen, because if they had their way they would fundamentally is Barack Obama said fundamentally transform the United States of America. If you truly love something you don't want to fundamentally transform it. You might want to shave down some sharp, edges or something. But try this little thought experiment tonight when you get home or when your spouse get so go to your husband or your wife, and you say, I love you Honey, but I want to fundamentally transform. That's why want to fundamentally transform you. Perhaps you want to cover your groin or your head ready to duck really quickly. If you say that because that is not love and for the left to try and claim that they love this country while literally radically trying to fundamentally transform this country into a mob rule. Well, says a lot doesn't it for over thirty three years..

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"donald j. duck" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"donald j. duck" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Once again, there's a very personal reason to which is that when you live in California, you know, like you've got governor moonbeam here. You might think you're in Texas. You think oh, I don't care that they've got democrat governor moonbeam, except when he governs that state into the ground all the refugees from California invade your state. Yeah. Politics, and maybe elected beta to the United States government one more question Colton. So we got a question from Alex. And it says if Ted Cruz loses what do you think it means for Texas? And why do you think Bego has received so much fanfare is he the next Bama? He's he is a great candidate. Beta is a great first of all he's outspent. He's outspent cruised by at least ten million dollars. He's got a political machine that is maybe eight times more than that. Maybe like eight times the size of of Ted Cruz. He is a terrific that he knows what he's doing. He's run. The he's run the campaign. Ted Cruz ran when he. One the first time he is knocked on doors. He's brought out new voters. And yet he the white Obama. That is exactly what he's been given tremendous credit by the media that's going to anyway, what's rare about that is that usually the media has been withholding that sort of support except for minority candidates. And this is why the whole beta thing is actually a little bit more than humorous like if if you've been called Robert over in this race, I do not think there is any chance the media treat him a little controversial here. It's that they're bunch of reasons why Texas has drifted purple more purpose than we're comfortable saying some of the refugees from California. Some of it is on check immigration that's been going on in the country for some time. But a major part of the reason in my opinion, the Ted Cruz has had the fight that he's had his because part of the collateral damage of the way that Donald Trump ducks himself is that he hurt Ted Cruz with his base, which he co-opted from Ted Cruz is the it is the conservative base who turned out Donald. Trump ultimately. And and because I it Trump is not gracious with the foes that he Bank as many people as I made a defensive of Senator Cruz on my Twitter feed this weekend. I got I got hit from all sides on it really surprised me. There were those who said that they couldn't support Ted Cruz because for example, he didn't stand up for his wife when Donald Trump attacked her. There are other people who said that they couldn't support Ted Cruz because he's lying Ted, and he's just going to run against Donald Trump in two years and the whole thing. And in other words, when you when you engage in the kind of, you know, burn the ships style of of political warfare that that Donald Trump engages in you, do sometimes take down your own allies. And and Ted Cruz has been an enormous ally of this president in practice ally. Well, that is true. I also I'm not gonna put that on Trump. I think that Ted has hurt himself with his base because Ted's original pitch was that. He was. The most authentic conservative out there and the keyword there's authentic not conservative and in two thousand sixteen because of all the machinations and because of all the back and forth. It made him look more politician had been before. And so does whole hedge was basically, I am an authentic candidate. Here. I am looking me being offensive as I ride my skateboard and do kick flips and German two point. This is one of the things that we are going to have to deal with especially especially if the Republicans win tonight, we have to credit Donald Trump with touching something in public. We have to also say that this is a tremendously flawed, man. None of us disagreed with even even you even I. We we we think this is a very flawed, man. And we have to ask ourselves does that speak to a flaw in the American character or the or the American people saying, no, we're overlooking?.

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"donald j. duck" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"donald j. duck" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Come on board here and in the meantime first of all in case. You went to bed too early last night the raise knocked off the Yankees, seven to six last night they got themselves a two game winning streak. Going right now play the Yankees again tonight and they are two. Games over five hundred Hutu thunk it there at fifty one and forty nine. And looking back now They only have to win thirty here to. Get me in the driver's seat at eighty one of. The most optimistic guy, picking a final, record of eighty one and eighty one everybody. Games they. Have left they've got sixty games, left so they gotta do. Five hundred sixty two games sixty two games so you gotta do what seventy five percent or here from here on out to for you to be right if they stay at fifty percent I'm better than perfect If Khazar fifty one forty nine and with the sixty. Two games if they win. Thirty one and lose thirty one they'll be to over five hundred and I picked him a. Five hundred okay I thought you picked him over five hundred no no I was eighty one and eighty one okay what did you go with. Your member no idea Katie do you remember what? You picked I have no idea I just threw out a couple numbers while you. Guys. Were below a winning percentage remember absolutely I, was the most optimistic of the, bunch but looking pretty. Good. And again they play again tonight And what was the other thing I was going to mention. All the more on that rally it's going to be happening a week. From today and it's. At seven o'clock actually week from tonight at seven o'clock and it's going to be at. The. Florida state fairgrounds expo hall and I guess, we'll have all the. Protesters will, be out there too Oh. Really that could be fun yeah well you know they go everywhere now The the floating. Donald What was it the thing they, head over New England Oh, the big floating? Balloon Donald Donald Duck whatever it is I, think, it was, more Donald Trump It's Donald Duck But yeah but I'm sure they'll be protesters all over the place at the Florida state fairgrounds expo, hall next week Because they show up everywhere they'll block off I four They'll have to for a while to. Get the president. In there That's going to be let me see seven o'clock and he'll probably be yet in there, about during drive time on I four out there from the, airport or, could he fly a helicopter. Landed airport and helicopter in you know. I didn't think about that there's a good possibility that could happen we'll have to wait and see if that's going to be the case That, would be a horrific disruption. I mean they'd have trouble even shutting. Down I four to get the cars off their to shut it down Take the crosstown Yeah. You let's see where would you get off the cross down to go, to the fairgrounds Get off of Falkenburg road I guess, Berg yeah? That, would, be much. Easier to shut down but maybe they'll helicopter from the airport who knows But we'll, find out and we'll find out who the protesters, are going. To. Be, and it's a week from tonight seven PM, at the Florida state fairgrounds and apparently, he is Appearing on. Behalf of well Rick Scott who's. Running against Nelson Bill Nelson in the, Senate Nelson Bill Nelson That's a weird name Bill nelson And Matt yet for reelection in the house and. Rhonda Santa's that's his guy, for governor which is kind, of well kind of tough on Rhonda. Santos's opponent, but anyway we're at fifteen minutes. After five let's go to the, storm teammate weather center meteorologist lease span. And Lear we're going to get back to normal summer. Weather patterns, we will but not until. The weekend so that means you get this. Onshore flow that's why we're already dealing with some spotty rain along the coast. This morning it's also by, the way the reason why we had the high risk of. Rip current so just be careful near, the water fifty percent rain chance through, the afternoon, high humidity upper..

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"donald j. duck" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"donald j. duck" Discussed on Pod Save America

"To each other is politics where civility is elevated more than the actual manifestations of the policies that very civil people polite people like mike pence and sarah huckabee sanders and john kelly execute every single day so but wait to be clear we only get to talk about civility when one of our conservative friends are conservative frenemies feels wronged we never talk about civility when it's the snowflakes we're only having a conversation the conversation about civility only comes up when conservative bring it up and that goes back to how democrats and people on the left always end up having a conversation within the context of what republicans want us to talk about they aren't again defining the conversation by making by bathing us and the media in talking about sanders being denied you know her teams play mike pence is had to go to hamilton he just had to oh my god they football how to go to football game and be offended and walk out of it well so they do this on purpose and then that goes to the second reaction from a lot of pundits which was democrats are never gonna win if they keep kicking republicans out of i'm sorry are we should we not nominate the owner of red hen in twenty twenty is that what we're what what fucking dnc memo a metal we must owner redhead fucking conference call with the d trip to figure out strategy for serving appetizers now we democrats own everything everyone does around the country all the person felt something in their hearts how dare they may not help in the swing districts i can't believe come as wrote that message memo about kicking people out of restaurants what was he thinking where we on sharp cuter at the dnc on tv literally i say this as the person sometimes they don't know anything because these are folks that are not involved in actual meantime elections these are people that don't even know anybody that's on the ballot they never knocked door they work like twenty years ago and now they sit on tv pontificating about it but haven't been out into a state they ain't been the durham okay so this is why people say those things i hated when people talked about deniro and they were like this is this is just given given fire to the to the trump people i don't give a damn robert de niro he in the inner workings of the party like if you it is june if you find voter who's interviewed on tuesday in two thousand six eighteen and they walk out of that ballotbox whatever they walk out of that booth and they're like honestly i'm for medicare for all but after that red hen woman voted republican all the way down fucking break flighting us on one hand jailing toddlers on the other hand that democrat did not say anything about samantha b i remember a time i remember time when someone said please thank you when getting the child back from the government i do there is a question in debate to be had around what is the best most effective way to oppose trump and his policies and his administration i think look when people are out there doing ends on the weekends i think it's pretty simple when they go to lowe's we go hi i welcome you patriots practice that one yeah went better backstage i think we need to do do what we are doing the republicans will have you think that we are losing all across the country we have actually been winning since twenty seventeen we've been winning they've been losing and so their strategy is literally the gaslight us into believing all this other bs that's that's the thing all these other things are happening so we change our strategy our strategy is actually a pretty saddle we could do better about talking about the issues we could do a little bit better from national level elevating unlikely voices and women and people of color but across the board in states midterm elections we're doing what we're supposed to do what we shouldn't do is get caught up in the trap and because he wants to call folks pocahontas and wacky jackie where like where you're you know you're the whatever whatever whatever we're not going to beat trump at that game like very he's a very dirty dernie donald duck duck like none of that.

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"donald j. duck" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"donald j. duck" Discussed on Pod Save America

"To each other is politics where civility is elevated more than the actual manifestations of the policies that very civil people polite people like mike pence and sarah huckabee sanders and john kelly execute every single day so but wait to be clear we only get to talk about civility when one of our conservative friends are conservative frenemies feels wronged we never talk about civility when it's the snowflakes we're only having a conversation the conversation about civility only comes up when conservative bring it up and that goes back to how democrats and people on the left always end up having a conversation within the context of what republicans want us to talk about they aren't again defining the conversation by making by bathing us and the media in talking about sanders being denied you know her teams play mike pence is had to go to hamilton he just had to oh my god they football how to go to football game and be offended and walk out of it well so they do this on purpose and then that goes to the second reaction from a lot of pundits which was democrats are never gonna win if they keep kicking republicans out of i'm sorry are we should we not nominate the owner of red hen in twenty twenty is that what we're what what fucking dnc memo a metal we must owner redhead fucking conference call with the d trip to figure out strategy for serving appetizers now we democrats own everything everyone does around the country all the person felt something in their hearts how dare they may not help in the swing districts i can't believe come as wrote that message memo about kicking people out of restaurants what was he thinking where we on sharp cuter at the dnc on tv literally i say this as the person sometimes they don't know anything because these are folks that are not involved in actual meantime elections these are people that don't even know anybody that's on the ballot they never knocked door they work like twenty years ago and now they sit on tv pontificating about it but haven't been out into a state they ain't been the durham okay so this is why people say those things i hated when people talked about deniro and they were like this is this is just given given fire to the to the trump people i don't give a damn robert de niro he in the inner workings of the party like if you it is june if you find voter who's interviewed on tuesday in two thousand six eighteen and they walk out of that ballotbox whatever they walk out of that booth and they're like honestly i'm for medicare for all but after that red hen woman voted republican all the way down fucking break flighting us on one hand jailing toddlers on the other hand that democrat did not say anything about samantha b i remember a time i remember time when someone said please thank you when getting the child back from the government i do there is a question in debate to be had around what is the best most effective way to oppose trump and his policies and his administration i think look when people are out there doing ends on the weekends i think it's pretty simple when they go to lowe's we go hi i welcome you patriots practice that one yeah went better backstage i think we need to do do what we are doing the republicans will have you think that we are losing all across the country we have actually been winning since twenty seventeen we've been winning they've been losing and so their strategy is literally the gaslight us into believing all this other bs that's that's the thing all these other things are happening so we change our strategy our strategy is actually a pretty saddle we could do better about talking about the issues we could do a little bit better from national level elevating unlikely voices and women and people of color but across the board in states midterm elections we're doing what we're supposed to do what we shouldn't do is get caught up in the trap and because he wants to call folks pocahontas and wacky jackie where like where you're you know you're the whatever whatever whatever we're not going to beat trump at that game like very he's a very dirty dernie donald duck duck like none of that.

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"donald j. duck" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"donald j. duck" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Most influential in my view with our books and our tv and our digital and so forth why would i trade all that in to be some schmo in congress i agree i wish you i wish you a deal for your people and also about google with the last caller was saying i duck duck go google doesn't change they didn't change anything for christmas or doodle with some neutral thing yet they have a countdown ramadhan there are other search site so why don't people go to them i go to them what that chance at i didn't hear you value which one donald duck duck go there we go duck duck go use that one folks pages to that one all right big guy thank you i'll give you another example i cannot stand wikipedia i can't stand it what they allowed to be put on their site about me the cherry picking by the left or their editors are their administrators so they put up their crates they totally false image and perception of me and they do it purposely and so i say we should pressure then we should do that i never say let's break up wikipedia that's breakup things we don't you must be a liberal special interest type that's break this went up but let's break i refused to join the mob i'm not gonna join them up i don't care who's calling for the mob individualism ladies and gentlemen that's where it's at individualism we compete our way out of these things or government how much more damn government to your one and who is it that's going to break this stuff up the justice department you don't even like the justice department you never know i mean the right people in the right play there isn't such a thing leave well enough alone and many of you people calling about taxing amazon you know damn well you use amazon and you know damn well you don't wanna be taxed because most do not pay the consumer use tax that your state says you must pay if you're not already paying sales tax and here's the point while you're trying to get the big guy what have to get the big guys gotta get them monopoly they're not a monopoly you.

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"donald j. duck" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"donald j. duck" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"In this country in the working men and women this country spoke so they wanna things turned around it donald trump ducks established to me it done in a credible job in the first ten months of delivering in those promises and i think that's what's driving the media they're getting even more rapid you can you can tell now that they've it kind of uh you know they've lost all rationality are just coming after him every day and that's what i think alabama support i think alabama's up without voted set this last i this fart it's an ounce vote on the trump miracle anthony nullification project jones and they're just gonna keep fuel to the fire for the nullification project i don't know if you want to answer this but who around the president can we as voters frosts who should he be wary of in your opinion well look i think the president know he hit a person feels comfortable with certain people in work the white house on settled kelly is know clearly uh a little more organized than it was before i'm not so short that gets every day because the uh it does the things directionally that i think it ought to be going but but general kelly's enlist jokes general steel he's a good man i think what you ought to see is that the president every sisters respond more to who's based in you've ever done before and i think as long as the basis voelkel as long as the basis there for the president as long as has in fact every day christmas day right we're going to have jerusalem announcer the capital one day and the next day we're gonna have you know countries like uh the uae saudi arabia construct down the tickets to see financing of radical islamic terrorism at a cutter uh you're going to have a better deals cut with china korea if the based stays there for the president i think every day christmas day and that's what i just tell people just have the press as facts regardless of who is in announced the white house is the president president responses base you saw that in uh in uh in.

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"donald j. duck" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"donald j. duck" Discussed on WLOB

"The border crossings down i think now to forty six your low uh you know the the raise act which is really he kind of muscle through congress everything he's done on the ice rates everything else has gone on on uh on immigration if you look at the economy what the fed fits just three point nine percent growth this is all economic national right the task it will be in accelerate this on wall street journal and bloomberg the talk about the kind of super growth we could get of this tax cuts what about the issue of the mueller investigation hanging over everyone's head have they bothered u s so now if occasion practice i think defendants are they've got three investigations on capitol hill they've got he knows he has a house and tell us tell us they have the senate judiciary those are all control supposedly five republicans yet you've got your guy adam shifty out there running the house intel investigation you've got mark warner who's going to run for president and 2020 you got one of the senate intelligence investigation her molars which you've seen now all these kind of conflicts they have an and by the way i think we're on a house now that's a day want you know more ought to have a mandate to this i'm kind of collusion with others which there's none hill to have a full mandates issues effort not to go and see these other areas of the have a certain timeframe of when when you do it but you know today the get does that you'll a brand uh think of the women oh yeah resuscitate they've got that's the twentyfifth amendment you here little puppy corporate talking about all the time a different state attorney general announced it's mental with the president is under siege by the nullification projects and that's the republican establishment the opposition party media into progressive left is trying to drive a guy out of the white house in nullifies the two thousand sixteen election in that election was willing put the portables in this country spoke in the working men and women this country's folks they wanted things turned around donald trump ducks savage to me is done in a credible job in the first ten months of delivering in those promises and i think that's what's driving.

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"donald j. duck" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:37 min | 4 years ago

"donald j. duck" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Mike gallagher so mike ditka was on a radio broadcast of course he's a legend in chicago and he was asked about the the starspangled banner controversial the players refusing to stand and take for those who want social justice and for those who look back at the lives of mohammed ali and jesse owens than john carlos and tommie smith your response would be i i i don't know what social injustice the ben mohammad ali road cobb yes he what mcclatchy bigger but at relented i mean you can say are you crockett everything is based on color i don't see it that way i think you have to be colorblind in this country we gotta look at a curtain for what he is what he stands more at how he produced his not by the color skin has never had anything to do with anything but all of a sudden become a big deal now about oppression gary renault pressuring last 100 years that i know all now maybe i've not watch carp with other people all while the libs went crazy listen and neil steinberg of the chicago sun times headlined mike ditka is not a chicagoan he says he's in the news again i don't see the social injustice that some people see there's been no oppression neil steinberg rights word of begin first we could recognize his honesty i'm certain he doesn't see social injustice though a glimmer of the blindness of what he just said may a flash through even his eyes because dick added maybe i'm not watching his carefully is other people think too busy running from camera at a camera flapping your gums coasting off your victory well really buddy ryan's thirty two years ago he says hypocrisy is the grease that racism slides along on look how ditka's buddy our president viewed the two groups of protesters the black athletes the neonazis that whole thing not that i expect dictator perceive any of this rights neil steinberg even before his parole man's with donald trump duck coach was radiating bigotry like a tuning fork in 2014 after the ferguson shooting he said i don't want to hear about this hands up crap that's not what happened the policeman's was ruined well the columnist says though not as ruined his mike brown's life was well the the guy was killed that it's difficult anytime a young person is killed the narrative was ally ferguson was.

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"donald j. duck" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"donald j. duck" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"About it now let's see i said okay let's let's overturn the second amendment you're right i mean does anyone really think you're going to go out there and confiscated three hundred million gun were more from criminal or minute third no that it not a real answer nor would i want to do it for many other reasons that we don't know but that's just not realistic when someone in the new york times writes a column that we've not being realistic just sort of lashing out here he's got an emotional about it not reasoning things can i'm fascinated by the parallel that i'm trying to draw in my mind between in these never trump conservatives like brad stevens and and a belief like this that we should repeal the second amendment i mean this is decidedly anti conservative is it fair than to say can we draw the parallel enclosing that at least some of these never trump conservative pundits are actually demonstrating their lack of conservatism by signaling their opposition with donald trump you know what i mean is another words went when brad stevens said i'm a republican i'm a conservative republican who's gonna oppose and fight against donald trump kicking and screaming every step of the way was that the sign that this wasn't a conservative you're my theory about all this i think that and i with critical amp sometimes of donald trump as well but the donald trump corrupt third usually talking about a band and how they're going to not care about principle but it seems to me that a corrupt from the other just as mocked where people you know automatically take a position and again the mainstream of republicans and conservatives uneven donald trump duck because donald trump is it editor corrupting influence on conservatism at the other side is so yeah i mean i do something to that and look when.

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"donald j. duck" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"donald j. duck" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"The serious guys will invest i don't know if it has changed than at the field tourist do you probably what he about it but the big investors i don't think that's change anything so trump signs actually continuing to build golf courses here golf course developments in indy by they have a couple of them and their partners and other developer has on such wanni is the trump brand working hearing to buy right now i didn't think the from brunt was working previously unadorned working now who's i don't think in this part of the world people associate trump brand with three two state or lamego by steve my humble news so it because you know at an obviously you and he had discussed partnering union decided not to and one of the things you told me about that you said the donalda that they know here in the middle east is it disney donald right donald donald duck it's on name brand donald trump at obviously he's now president of the united states and do people want to be associated with that brand any more than they did or half things like the travel ban meted something they want to be associated with less when i think common sense win muslims talk about travel ban association of trump at the school do business with a trump state brand i think they work together to be honest in terms of the united states leadership of the world has that changed president milos criticized because people said he was no longer present in the way that the america had been before now president trump is being criticised because he is withdrawing from all sorts of agreements insane united states is going to go it alone have you really seen a change.

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