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"donato" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"And I was up underneath the rack. He was laying on its side, right and crawled, but underneath that broken glass and I got enough in there. Was there any way to get the two out? Well, here's the problem. You don't know the extent of your injuries. And you can actually do more harm if you try to move it. Investigators are just trying to piece together what led up to this crash. They do believe that speed was a factor. The owners of the Joker pub and grill in issaquah had a big mess to clean up this morning. The front smashed by thieves who made off with the ATM inside, leaving behind thousands of dollars in damage to truck, backing up around three 30 this morning, a blue truck into the front of the building. They smashed right in. It looks like there were several people involved in this theft. They tie something around the ATM inside, then try to yank it out of the building. It takes a couple of tries, but eventually that machine does come flying out the front of the building with the cable going flying as well. Then the thieves take off, we're told they went northbound on east Lake Sammamish Parkway. This family owned business already going through a lot right now. The owner's son tells us that his dad and mom owned this pub together for many years and his father recently passed away so the family has been dealing with that. This is the latest in a rash of ATM theft just like this one. Thieves typically use a stolen vehicle. That's come before us there in zone. And at 6 40, let's get a Beacon plumbing sports update from Bill Schwartz. Let's get physical. That's the theme for game two, the kraken stars playoff series tonight's. The Seattle at Dallas series opener was wide open a 6 goal first period and the visiting team netted the game winner in overtime. What type of game two tonight does kraken forward Ryan Donato anticipate? I didn't feel like they're gonna come out flying a lot more physical than they were last game and
"donato" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Ukraine's deputy prime minister says at least 50 civilians have been evacuated from a steel plant and marry you She said efforts are underway again today to rescue more civilians This is a third operation that has taken place attempting to evacuate civilians from the plant Former president Trump says the U.S. Supreme Court is making a very big decision right now Jim Forbes has the latest Trump straight away from talking much about abortion during his first rally following the Supreme Court leak which suggests the high court is gearing up to overturn roe V wade Speaking in Pennsylvania he also said Republicans quote will protect innocent life However he largely focused on immigration and critical race theory during his speech The manhunt continues for an escaped Alabama prison inmate and the corrections officer who disappeared with him last week Lauderdale county sheriff Rick singleton says police in Tennessee found their escape car but there are no signs of the officer and murder suspect That's the latest I'm Julie Ryan And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Just as Broadway drops vaccine checks the city's COVID case count is rising Bloomberg's Denny's Pellegrini has more Most Broadway theaters while they stop checking the vaccination status of theater goers this week for the first time since they began to reopen last summer And this coincided with rising COVID cases that placed New York City into a higher risk level The industry had hoped that doing away with vaccine checks would make going to the theater more attractive And while some patrons are welcoming the change others tell The New York Times they feel uneasy about going into crowded theaters without the assurance that others are vaccinated And several nonprofit Broadway theaters do continue to require proof of vaccination Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini reporting Donald Trump's fight to revive his Twitter feed was dashed by a federal judge at least for now more from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet U.S. district judge James Donato in San Francisco throughout the former president's challenge to his prominent ban from Twitter's platform for stoking the January 6th capitol riot but Trump's lawyers will be allowed to revise the lawsuit and try again That's Charlie palette reporting Jane's carousel the beloved Brooklyn Bridge park attraction may have only been installed in 2011 at its current location But the carousel itself is turning 100 years old this year Gotham is reports that as with any Centennial celebration there will be festivities free carousel rides face painting and balloon twisters today until 6 p.m. After you ride the carousel head to the woman rink and find a new best friend The north shore animal league America is hosting its first ever adopt in the park mobile adoption today at the rank in Central Park The event will have 6 mobile units filled with adoptable dogs cats puppies and kittens from their shelters Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg This is Bloomberg intelligence with Alex Steele and Paul Sweeney on Bloomberg radio Thanks for joining us on Bloomberg intelligence We're here each and every week Tapping into our Bloomberg intelligence analyst covering some 2000 companies 130 industries worldwide the next company on our list today needs no introduction Let's talk Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway And what the company's earnings last week say about its outlook insurance is a big part of Berkshire's portfolio of course Matthew Palazzo covers the insurance industry for Bloomberg intelligence and joins us now Matthew thanks so much for joining us You were out in Omaha a couple weeks ago for this investor day which I guess I haven't done it in a couple of years because of the pan pandemic Tell us about what it's like to go to one of these you know Warren Buffett events So it's an interesting experience Paul I have not been there before It's a big Warren Buffett Berkshire Hathaway love fest I think the investor base there is a lot of retail investors There's a big shopping component to it Okay so what are some of the messages you took out of Omaha I mean where is she putting the money It's interesting I saw that he took a big stake in Activision That one surprised me because when I think of Warren Buffett I don't think of gaming Yeah I don't think you're going to see him at the arcade but it was really just an arbitrage play One of his investment deputies actually took a position in it before the Microsoft bid and he then looked at it a little more closely and evaluated the deal He thinks it's going to go through so he just sees it kind of as free money Where else besides gaming I think Chevron popped up as another investment where they're putting some capital to work So what he did was very interesting They put a lot of money to work in the quarter It's $41 billion of net equity purchases in the quarter And about half of that was in Chevron And going into the quarter we had said look inflation's coming maybe he's a little afraid of that And maybe he would buy some sort of inflation hedges and it looked like he did put that money to work inflation hedge and energy suck Still over a $100 billion as I understand it kind of on the books that's cash that can be invested any hint Did you glean from this event about where they may be looking They're pretty cagey about where they're going They actually bought more apple as well So they tend to stick to their knitting He didn't really give any clue as to what they're doing I would definitely think things they're used to energy stocks they're used to but he keeps it close to the best They still have the big stake in which railroad is it Burlington northern That's one of their biggest businesses That's one of the biggest businesses Okay People love get Buffett's take on the economy take on range trades Did he talk about inflation because that's certainly the big big topic that corporate America is dealing with And again consumers are dealing with It was less of a topic than I thought it was going to be Because they take questions from retail investors I don't think they got a lot He got one or two but he basically will say inflation I don't know where it's going to be we're kind of positioning I think a lot more goes on behind the scenes than he lets on Activision is one thing The other big topic that another huge topic in the financial markets is just crypto broadly defined Bitcoin however you want to play it I can't imagine Warren Buffett and the folks at Berkshire Hathaway have much appetite for crypto Is there ever talked about what he thinks about that whole space So him and vice chairman Charlie Munger are kind of notoriously anti crypto I believe they called it rat poison squared in the way But he had a great analogy which I thought don't send.
"donato" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Theaters while they stop checking the vaccination status of theater goers this week For the first time since they began to reopen last summer And this coincided with rising COVID cases that placed New York City into a higher risk level The industry had hoped that doing away with vaccine checks would make going to the theater more attractive And while some patrons are welcoming the change others tell The New York Times they feel uneasy about going into crowded theaters without the assurance that others are vaccinated And several nonprofit Broadway theaters do continue to require proof of vaccination Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini reporting Donald Trump's fight to revive his Twitter feed was dashed by a federal judge at least for now more from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet U.S. district judge James Donato in San Francisco throughout the former president's challenge to his prominent ban from Twitter's platform for stoking the January 6th capitol riot but Trump's lawyers will be allowed to revise the lawsuit and try again That's Charlie palette reporting Jane's carousel the beloved Brooklyn Bridge park attraction may have only been installed in 2011 at its current location But the carousel itself is turning 100 years old this year Gotham is reports that as with any Centennial celebration there will be festivities free carousel rides face painting and balloon twisters today until 6 p.m. After you ride the carousel head to the woman rink and find a new best friend The north shore animal league America is hosting its first ever adopt in the park mobile adoption today at the rink in Central Park The event will have 6 mobile units filled with adoptable dogs cats puppies and kittens from their shelters Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg.
"donato" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"App and that Bloomberg quick tape This is a Bloomberg business flash From Bloomberg world headquarters I'm Charlie palo Donald Trump's fight to revive his Twitter feed has been dashed by a federal judge at least for now U.S. district judge James Donato in San Francisco throughout the former president's challenge to his permanent ban from Twitter's platform for stoking the January 6th capitol riot that Trump's lawyers will be allowed to revise the lawsuit and try again Trump is continuing to fight for his right to get back on the social media platform despite vowing in recent media interviews not to return to tweeting even if he's reinstated once Elon Musk has agreed to buy the platform takes over must claims Twitter has censored free speech The S&P 500 Index suffered its longest weekly losing streak in a decade 5 in a row down again today on the week the S&P was down by two tenths of 1% today the S&P tumbled 23 points down by about 6 tenths of 1% The Dow dropped 98 points down three tenths of 1% NASDAQ was down 173 a decline of 1.4% Volatility continues to dominate financial markets stocks pushing lower as the latest jobs data cemented expectations of the Federal Reserve will remain on its fed rate hike past the combat stubbornly high inflation Again the ten year yield three O 9% S&P today lower by 23 points down 6 tenths the Dow is down three tenths of 1% NASDAQ down 1.4% I'm Charlie palette and that is a Bloomberg business flash This is Bloomberg sound on on Bloomberg radio As we round out our Friday together we assemble our reporters round table It's been a while since we've done this If you listen to sound on you already know Bloomberg government's Emily Wilkins and Jack Fitzpatrick no strangers to our microphones and today we want to focus on a fairly busy agenda on.
"donato" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Options. You know, they were changing their homes to do a lot more for them than ever before. This is really a kind of a quieter theme address is more of a soul book, Consumer Somebody who is interested in privacy at wellness, simplicity and peace. But this palette is welcoming and it's warm and it's again. It's going to give you that comfort that you really seeking and again. I loved the writing on your website. Saying that this is an important palette for anyone searching for equilibrium. That's fascinating. Yeah, absolutely. It's amazing that color can really provide that. That balance that comfort that you want, And this particular palate introspective palette will do that for you Wonderful, And the last of the three pallets is just fascinating. A mood boosting palette called Inspired. This color palette is so fun As you mentioned it's mood boosting colors, so lots of rights. This is about the neons that are really regaining popularity. This is inspired by digital colors. It's a very intense palate, but it's joyful. It's optimistic. It tells the story of renewal and just worked so beautifully with Allowing that green evolve spurt to just be that neutral. Well, a personal high five to whoever named you're very light green color. Let us alone very fitting for right now. Well, you know one thing I wanted to say, Amy, is that thank you for putting together these color palettes, because I gotta tell you I could never figure out what color matches another and I think a lot of people can't. But thanks to you, you've put them all together knowing Any color they pick will work with the others. Thanks for that. Absolutely. And thank you for recognizing that our team really works hard to put together colors that we know our customers. One will love and incorporating their home. So I have no doubt that these color palettes Will really serve our customers. Well this year, Amy, I really want to thank you for joining us on the show today and talking about the transformative power of paint. Thank you. Thank you. You're very welcome. Amy Donato, senior colour expert at PPG, whose motto is we protect and beautify the world..
"donato" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Actually have animals that were extremely injured where we've, uh taken and we've actually health would you know regenerative nerves being able to see through? I The an eye that you shouldn't be able to see through. So we've done some miracles. But you're absolutely right. We don't. Um, take money. We don't do anything. As far as for for profit, we just do it as far as they're out of our heart. To try to help. But the other thing is, I think we do have a little bit of a hell in touch. Because there's some things that doctors have come out and told us that they were totally surprised. We've taken the same animal been for several visits. Where they shouldn't have been alive would like I said, cancer or anything, you know that's very, very deadly, and we've brought them out where they completely healthy, and it's not just once many times, But as far as talking about demonic feelings with, um People out there. I see it. I can tell because there are times at one point where whenever my family tried to get in touch with us. Something happened or the animals kind of go crazy just from them trying to get in touch with us in there and we try to break it off, and so far we've been okay, but it's been very hard. But we've Seen. We know it's out there. So just to, you know, let you know in that portion of the deal. Thanks. First time testimony there, Adam. So at the beginning there did you say you come from a family involved in black magic? I'm not. I'm not sure I caught that right? Yes, my. I didn't really Pay much attention, but I come from a family of deals in in black magic, which I guess blind to it. Um, but I've seen things that they've done as far as later on. There are things that have happened where You know, we've had friends who had gifts who had told us certain things that they only knew from singing us which we put together, me and my wife. They hadn't wanted me to kind of have my own life. I guess because with me and my wife was kind of a storm couple as far as with the healing and being able to help and they don't want that because of that. They've actually tried to curse us. They've done a lot of things. It's been a little hard. I'm not going to lie to you. But I know for a fact because we've seen and I've had family members who have actually done it. I've also had an uncle who have done as you said some miracles. He was good. I guess that's part of the family is not good and part of family that is good, including parts of being able to literally communicate with animals. Things that were you know, he would ask if an animal to do including and settlement into the house, you know, without killing them. And they would literally not come into the house. They would literally, you know, not come in, and they portions of the house and stay outside. I mean, I've seen these things if I hadn't seen, I would say I, You know, that's the social deal. But these are things that not only I have seen, but I've had a few friends that have actually seen these things as well. Animals are pretty sensitive, Adam, aren't they to the spirit world? Yes. So there's Some are some some, maybe not as much. But yes, I've heard stories of some Christian deliverance groups that had dogs that seem to be really sense of spirit that they would have a deliverance sessions. And they would see the dog's reaction when the spirit was cast out as if it was chasing something like to the door of the window. I've heard stories like that. I've also seen cases with, you know, demonic cases in homes where the animals are affected by those spirits kind of driven a little crazy or Into violence as part of the torment of the family. So yes, um they some are very sensitive to it. And the demonic certainly does mess with them sometimes. Bob and Corpus Christi, Texas. Welcome to the show. Hey, Bob, Go ahead, sir. Georgia there? Yeah. Okay? Yes, calling from the body of Christ. And I believe things happen for a reason. And I believe in the power of prayer. My question is About six years ago, I was bringing my home my my son home from a baseball game. It was about midnight. And I saw this. Terrific light. It was a it was in the floor like an egg shape. Type of Severe, um I know it wasn't the moon. I know what the moon looks like. It was. I mean, completely white. And I was traveling down. It was the most Exhilarating. Uh, Of saying I ever found my life and my kids kind of tease me about it that it was, you know, um four, but it didn't move. It was Just this brilliant light. Um, it was, Yeah, Amazing. And my question is The next day, I learned or somebody had said that there was that was the Northern star that we hadn't seen over 200 years. I don't know how legitimate that was. But it was something that had never seen in my life. And I know it wasn't the moon. If Adam could explain that if he knows anything about it, Thank you. Thank you. Yeah. I mean, of course, I can't know for sure What you saw there. Um, a lot of great celestial events, though, Adam Uh, yeah. Yeah. And I would say in terms of, you know, if you're wondering if that was something spiritual and miraculous, I think One of the best judgments of things is the fruits that come from them. So if you have a strong or a strange experience like that, and the fruits are good if it draws you closer to God, and it brings you peace. That's a good sign that it's likely a good thing. And if it brings confusion, and if it brings distress, that's that's a sign that it's a bad thing. So I would say I chalk it up to. That was an interesting experience. And if it was from God God will eventually reveal why that was shared with you. And if it was just something odd or random. Then it will just be on the shelf in your life is Hey, I had that experience and I can't explain it. A lot of people have those things on the shelf. You know, something happened in life. That they can't explain. But I would say judge things by their fruits and and that requires, you know, given it time and see how it plays out. Let's go to New Jersey. Donatos with us. Hi, Donato. Go ahead. George and Adam. Thank you very much for taking the phone call thing. I wanted to ask Adam about Fatima in particular, and there's an excellent book that just came out. Just reading right about has been so far. The impostor. Sister Lucy, by Mike means it's available on Amazon. And, you know, this is more than a good third or fourth book on this topic regarding what equipment appears to be very clear evidence that there is an imposter sister Lucy. That came about after 1960. I wanted to know your thought Adam because the more I study, it's more. It seems so clear to me. For many, many reasons, starting with just the visual aspect If you hold to vote of the two women side by side, clearly two different people. I wanted to know your thoughts all on and just really quickly. You mentioned ST Michael Dark Angel as a traditional Catholic. We always say that prayer at the end of the trading team Mass. And I try to incorporate that prayer or daily basis because it is an exorcism. Whatever. Well, okay, so.
How to Keep Your Groceries and the Planet Cool
"Keep our food cool but they can warm. The climate are refrigerators. Can contain very potent greenhouse. Gases called hydrofluorocarbons or. Hfc's for short and these hfc's are often thousands of times more potent than co two when it comes to warming the globe. That's kristen to donio of the institute for governance and sustainable development and environmental group. She's has hfc's are in the coolant and insulation. Used in many refrigerators. They're not a problem at the fridge is working well but at the fridge is not recycled properly. The hfc's can escape into the atmosphere. The environmental protection agency has moved to phase down the manufacturer an import of. Hfc's by twenty thirty six but in the meantime very important that when we are by new refrigerators or recycling. Our old refrigerators that we do that responsibly. To donato's group has made a list of fridge models that use climate-friendly refrigerants instead of hfc's as she suggests bind through a retailer. That will help you safely. Dispose of your old fridge so with careful purchasing consumers can make sure their groceries and the planet stay
Oakland Approves Own Terms for New Ballpark, A's Aren’t Happy
"News in the East Bay. It's now up to the athletics to decide if they want to stay in Oakland, the Oakland City Council approved their term sheet for the AIDS proposed $12 billion Waterfront stadium project at Howard Terminal, meaning the city still open to negotiating with the team Council president Nikki for Donato Baths. This marks a very important point for Oakland, the A's and this project and it is the beginning of I believe the eighth inning, but Sacramento business leaders are watching. Mostly hoping to lure in a major league baseball franchise to the city is president Dave Koval said the terms approved today are the exact terms the team wouldn't accept. Team officials say they plan to visit the Las Vegas area on Wednesday. Nika
"donato" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Well, I thought of another word, chilly and chilly in the morning. It's 97.1 wash at them words or phrases that irritates you for absolutely no reason. Diligence. You don't like that word diligence, Okay. I think you need to do your diligence. Your due diligence Jews worse than at the end of the day. All things considered, we could do this for hours. 866927 43 61. Let's say hello to Mike, who is working in Rockville? What's that word or phrase for you, sir? Someone that you work with? Says That's not my job, and I've had a bunch of different places that I've worked at B at a restaurant, the at a warehouse. Whatever it is, someone says, That's not my job. No, it's everyone's job. Please help out. Yes, sir. On it. Thank you, Mike. Now let's go to Arlington. Sammy. I see is very triggered by a certain word or phrase. Tell us what's on your mind, One of the words or phrases that kind of drives me crazy and kind of rubs me the wrong way or urged me is when adults say something is yummy. And I don't even know why it bothers me. But it sounds like something like kids should say it's okay. They say it. But when an adult is saying, Oh, this is a young it. It doesn't sound right and like it sounds like something that shouldn't be said. I don't know. I don't even know why it bothers me. Then you really don't like the Justin Bieber song? Yummy. Yummy. No, no, that doesn't even sound right either, And it doesn't even make any sense. So, Sammy, I have an ex significant other that used to say that somebody was so attractive. They were so yummy that they could eat them with a spoon. Would that totally freak you out? Yeah. Like Get saying someone's really attractive and they eat them up, but so yummy like 50. No, that's okay. Thank you. This is not right. Unless you are in the presence of a toddler or a child. You should not use the word yummy as an adult. No, because it's I don't know. It feels like one of those child exclusive words for someone that's like, I don't know. Six fibre under because if you're describing something to a kid like, so that's so yummy, isn't it? But like talking to like a friend or co worker, you want to say this is really yummy, right? It say No, This is really good. Certainly sounds like something. An adult. What? Normally stay in the average conversation. I don't know. Well, now we know that to trigger Sammy, you just need to refer to things as yummy. Now, Chili's son is eight. He can say yummy all day long. That's cool. But when you get to be like 18 28 38 layoff that yummy. Honestly, I don't even think my seven year old Donato says Yummy. Then you shouldn't be using it if you're 27 37 47 57 period. Sammy. Thank you for the call this morning. You're welcome. Hang out for the headlines. We've got your news on the way with Toby and chilly in the morning. Metro wants your opinion on an expansion project will tell you more about it. In just a few. It's 97.1 Wash FM and now trafficked 3 55 that's closed in both directions at Cedar Lane because of an accident in the middle of the intersection. Virginia North by 95. It's been tough coming out of Fredericksburg delays north by 95 before Route three, an accident before the center part Parkway that in the left lane. Layer Road in northwest D. C. Reopened at Kansas Avenue accident removed with Toby and chilly in the morning only submitted on 97.1 Wash. FM. Hi, I'm Jonathan Shokri in I was inspired to start me on these because I was sick and tired of all the underwear brands out there that didn't feel like they represented me. I wanted to recreate underwear and make it comfortable, fun and.
"donato" Discussed on WBUR
"The case, starting off by asking if Cassie remembers when England's marathon candy bar Began being called Snickers Fiber. If you know when marathons change to sneakers, Yeah. 2000. 1990. Wow. Where did my life go? Yeah. The victim had a marathon rapper in his pocket. We're checking it for DNA. And Jake said you think he'd been kept in a freezer? Pretty sure. Now the labs confirmed traces of blood in a freezer family. The body what you're thinking. Had been in there since the nineties. Uh huh. Wet. Why would someone keep a body for 30 years? Walker is one of those down to earth actresses that ordinary people instinctively connect to Her. Cassie is the best case scenario of a good cop, caring, honorable and capable of great, intuitive insight. She spent years investigating cold cases with a passionate commitment that As this new season makes clear, has left her constantly angry at the police force, her family and herself. Cassie is called by the devoted sunny, who, slightly saturnine features belay the fact that he is the best case scenario of a sidekick. Always steady. He's skeptical when Cassie tries to leap to conclusions. From the beginning, UN Forgotten has always cast an unusually compassionate eye on its main murder suspects. It makes a point of showing the often exemplary lives they've built in the decades since the crime they're caught up in This season. Each of the main suspects has also been warped by growing up in a difficult family, and the show takes time to show sympathy for each to give them all a destiny not wholly defined by a long ago murder. This is even true of the season's best and most daring character, Ram Sidhu. Having grown up a target of racial hostility. He's internalized an angry sense of grievance that puts him on the attack with everyone except his brother and wife. He knows how to work people mocking sunny for being an Asian uncle Tom or threatening to accuse superiors of racism when they try to rein him in. Wounded and slippery Ram has a scorching complexity that is all too human. And it's this sense of complexity that gives un forgotten more of an emotional wallop than your ordinary cop shell. As this new season builds toward its conclusion. You find yourself hoping that none of the suspects turns out to be the killer. And that Cassie will overcome her rage and go back to working happily with Sonny. You root for things to work out for the best. Even as you dread they won't John Powers reviewed the fourth season of UN Forgotten, which begins on PBS's masterpiece this Sunday and will be streaming on PBS Passport and the Masterpiece Prime Video Channel. Tomorrow, We'll talk about a case that journalist Emily Bazelon says illustrates the inequality and waste of mass incarceration. Bazelon writes about the criminal justice system. Many incarcerated people ask her to help prove their innocence. She decided to try to help one of them and got her sister Lara involved. Lara runs a criminal justice clinic at the University of San Francisco School of Law. We'll hear from Emily Bazelon and the man she helped get exonerated. Unico Briley. I hope you'll join us. Mhm. Fresh air's executive producer is Danny Miller, Our technical director and engineer is Audrey Bentham. Our interviews and reviews of Produced and edited by Amy Salit, Phyllis Myers, Sam Bricker, Lauren Krenzel, Heidi Saman, Theresa Madden and Marie Will Donato. Their challenger, South Kelly and Kayla Lattimore, Our associate producer of digital media is Molly Stephen Esper. Sharratt directs the show. My thanks to Dave Davies for hosting while I took a vacation. I'm Terry Gross Morning. I can gather B level and nothing belonging..
"donato" Discussed on WBUR
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"donato" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"donato" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Been credible accusations that the leading members of the Lincoln Project Knew about it very, very, very, very long time, which is what they write about consistency consistently, um, and they have all these members. A lot of an nde is they're trying to get out of there and talk freely about it. Why is the daily beast continued to host Rick Wilson's podcast? Why is Nicole Wallace still having them on her show? I think now at this point, I think more so I no more stories are working about John levers behavior, especially with minors because I'm working on them. So, like more will come out about John Weaver and I don't I don't imagine he will have a career much after this Is the Lincoln Project. Gonna survive this, though Ryan As long as their donors are around. That's I mean, they live on their donors. They live for this grift. And I think that if you're Donato Lincoln Project, you have to do a lot of soul searching right now. Is this worth it? Um You know, being told they're doing something. Listen, they campaign on 44 major things. Getting rid of Susan Collins getting rid of Lindsay Graham getting rid of Mitch McConnell and getting Republicans to vote against Trump. They failed that all four things and the price tag was $90 million. So I mean, that was what they said they were gonna do. They didn't none of those things. At this point plus allegations, plus the investigation by the FBI. Do you really want to be intertwined with its kind of organization? That's really the question. Right. The dusky everybody don't just go away. What the donor's go away. The whole thing goes away. Rancor, dusky, The guy who broke the initial story here that's now become a huge nationwide story. The Lincoln Project Predator. Also check out Ryan's book. They're not listening. And Ryan will have you back at the story continues. Thanks so much. Thank you. You wake up and your neck is stiff..
"donato" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Set them. It seems everybody is doing it from my soon to be 17 year old daughter, too. I'm reading what middle aged 30 year old man adults? Yeah, Dad of three late thirties full time professional. That's your typical gamer in the U. S. Who knew who knew? Although I was really excited that my husband who's you know 50 almost 50. He never been into the gaming thing. Even though we grew up with the Atari and other things in our childhood, he never got hooked. And then we had a son and he seven and Santa brought him a Nintendo switch. So don and Donato have been bonding while playing the switch. Mario Kart. I would take Mario kart in a monster truck game. Now, I will say it doesn't happen every night, maybe a couple times a week. They go to the basement. Half an hour 45 minutes, the two of them cackling, laughing, having a great old father son time and I'm starting to wonder if you can become a gamer late in life. Can my husband suddenly become addicted later in life? So your husband is how old almost 50. All right, so he's about what four years plus older than me? I wouldn't tell you that after spending some time playing this souped up Happy Man game on my apple arcade over the weekend for the first time ever. Yes, I think it's possible that at 50, you could fall in love with gaming again. If you haven't fallen love with it before for the first time because There's something therapeutic about it. Also, if he looks at this as a way to create memories with his son, I can see him continuing on this path. And I want nothing to do with it. Like I am thrilled that I don't have to be roped into this thing, because video games have never been my thing. And the other thing that I've noticed, too, with guise of a certain age who fall back in love with gaming is that they can use that gaming as a Time to relieve stress and spend some time alone away from everybody else in the family. So just keep an eye on that. That's fine. If he wants to go downstairs to the basement and play little Mario cart or whatever. Then Mama can go do something upstairs with the television to Mama already does. It's called Bridget in. Well, this is true. Can't wait till next season. We'll listen. I've got to take you inside my house to see something called shoe. Fauria Chili. Is this another decluttering issue? You're having first the dining room table. Now this add this to my list of domestic drama. It'll make sense coming up in a few minutes. Hang out until we get chilly in the morning. Now look at traffic more that people start to hit the road. The more accidents start to mound up. So really be careful North about 95 Virginia accident in the main lines. It's 6 44. They're moving back to the shoulder. 3 95 North bound. This poor guy's broken down in the center of the 14th Street Bridge and delays already from the Pentagon to 70 longstanding North bound crash between.
"donato" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"I want number one for hip hop. Baby. I only know one. No, man. I am not outside. They'll be making get 20. No problem, man. Anywhere. Pull up. I know that you're showing that you know Best. This accident blowed up. I'm acting grown up. But today you missed me. You missed access the seventh victim rolling down. You're really selling it. Because why you only met me when you're drunk when the club closed and you went about the front door. This was just kind of know what isn't even fun. Go baby from Kelly and you know they raised me Cut though. Why only me when you're drunk. Go when the club closed and you wonder about the front door. Just a fun and now it isn't even fun, though. Baby often, Callie and you know, they raised me fucked up, baby Bongo. He spread their bungalow. She met me. You. Always break on Monday, brother Donato, Nora, but Thomas incoming Okay? Thing and all girlie on door only II. Only that one man can get. No more goddamn body coming. Hey, Siri play power when I was six, now playing power where six on your apple device with 56. You gotta love you gotta love it. Just when the Children get a sense of my 7.
"donato" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Troubled times, with many people working at home and staying at home to kind of stop the spread of this cove it we're turning to different things to give our minds occupied and define sanity were told me in chilly in the morning. It's 97.1 Wash FM and Chili Amar, You've turned to something new. You know, people were doing jigsaw puzzles that didn't work for me. So I turned to paint by numbers, Toby paint by numbers, you know, like back when we were kids. Yes. So tell me you've been painting by numbers. How is this going for you? It's started only two weeks ago. And I love it so much so that I've already ordered my next one. And that one's arriving today. So the first one I got Is the title basin with the Washington Monument and I thought, you know I'm going to try. Let's see how this goes every day. I chipped away at it while I was in virtual class with Donato. And what's great for me. It really help with my anxiety because my mind doesn't wander and think intrusive thoughts while I'm looking for number seven that's supposed to be pink. You know what I mean? Like it just Makes you think about just that in the moment and so, in addition to some of the medication, I'm now doing this. Wow, who knew liquor meds and painting by numbers are helping you to get through these troubled times. I never said liquor out loud. I'm telling you right now go ahead and send me a picture of that. I want to see a quick shot of what this looks like. Send me that here in teams via text away. Hang on me, like all right? Okay, since you told me it's supposed to be the tidal basin with the monument, I can see where you're coming from. But you're right. The pink to me at first blush looks like fog. Um, but I do like the abstract colors of everything to the north and to the east of the monument. Very abstract, the way the colors cascade. That's very cool. Very cool. Water color, looking paint by numbers, sort of a gimmick it and when you're in it, you don't know what it's gonna end up looking like Because you hope that it turns out, Okay, but get a magnifying glass. If you do paint by numbers because those dots are teeny, tiny. Well, it looks like you found your thing. Chile, Monet. So if you want to commission me for any paint by numbers, just make sure you put the numbers and that the color matches. Yes, please. All right. Well, tell me you're chilly in the morning. The news Next we call it Toby until his top stories. What you got? Front office. Changes being made for the Washington football team will share that minutes away. Traffic up Now Lisa Baby Going minor setback is a crash North and 3 95 on the 14th Street Bridge with the delay that is near the Pentagon. There's Mill Road. There's just been a two car accident it Sampson Road and they're exchanging information on their own. It looks like to 70. How about a 35 minute journey South that outta Frederick to get into Rockville? Said. 10 Minute back up now on the inner loop in Maryland with a crash at a college park greenbelt. The record cattle Worth Avenue stay left with Toby and chilly in the morning, and Lisa Beta on 97.1 Bar, chef am Call 1888 farmers to switch and you could save an average of $470 on your auto insurance. That's a lot of money in just a few minutes with savings like that. You could be lounging on an impractical amount of ornate and overpriced throw pillows he bought for your couch. But you won't because you're better with money than that. That's why you're calling us in the first place. Call 1888 farmers to.
"donato" Discussed on WTVN
"Upwards of 25,000. National Guard troops will be working inauguration security this week. Fearful of an insider attack by service members, Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy says the FBI is vetting each and every one of those troops were continually Uh, Going through the process and look taking 2nd 3rd looks at every one of the individuals assigned to this operation. So far, the vetting hasn't flagged in the issues just days before Joe Biden is inaugurated as president. There were small, peaceful demonstrations against his win at some state houses across the country. The protesters outnumbered by National Guard troops, no word of any clashes. The FBI looking to talk to Riley, June Williams of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, trying to determine if she stole a computer or hard drive from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is office during the assault on the Capitol. Ah, witness called with a tip that Williams appeared in video being run by British broadcaster ITV depicting her presence in the capital during the riot. Richard CAn't Sue ABC News We welcome Mark Some person from club his business first this morning. Hey, Good morning. How are you bringing me a pretty good You're doing well. I'm doing fine. Just just fine. Alright. Well, let's dive into this this morning, very jealous to see that there's a local university that is hoping to draw a new students. I understand the pandemic and the communication, but they're going to a drive through admission. Yeah. Hi, a Dominican University Private Catholic College in Columbus. Um, just like the other colleges faced a ton of problems in the pandemic. They couldn't get to schools to recruit kids. They couldn't go to college affairs where kids can come by and talk with advisers. They're hoping this drive thru event that's coming up will attract students who really just want something quick and easy and get into that college. So you drive up. If you've already started your preparation online. You can put a deposit down and within 20 minutes, you might get accepted to the university. And then all things are cemented. The university gets more students. The students get an easy quick answer. And everybody's happy. I see. Pre registration is encouraged, but it's not required for this. No, no, you can actually do it there. What What you do is you'll drive up. You start the process. You can put a deposit down. You can do a self guided tour of the university, which takes a few minutes. On Ben. They can offer a decision within 20 minutes or so. So it may be that quick. I mean, when I applied way back 30 some years ago college I had to wait for a letter to be delivered by Uncle Sam That told me either. I was rejected or accepted. And, you know, I got a couple of boats. Yeah, well, Mark, is it wrong? I save my rejection letters. I saved all of my college rejection letters, which there were a lot of them and my Job rejection letters. I don't know what that says, but I saved my job rejection. Some of them were so funny. They were very creative and telling me I was not qualified to work for their company. Hey, could quick story so I sent a what's called a demo back in the day is the tape. Now that you just send it, MP three And it was to a radio station in l A. Apparently I thought I just I had I had enough mojo to go there and never heard back from them. But, you know, I know that they got it. Because they put an ad in the industry newspaper Trade magazine. And it was it was. It was specifically saying, Hey, if you want to apply, we're looking for this. But please don't send us a demo saying this. This It was everything I did in the devil s anyway. You provided You provided a public service for sure. Yeah. I never felt so ashamed of my life. I'm like, Wow, that's embarrassing. Wow, I'm not okay. Moving on Red Robin, this red Robin deal We've heard about for months here, Mark. This is giving something pretty cool with the Donatos, and that's a nationwide reach now. Yeah, they had this deal. Signed a couple years back with Red Robin menu. Uh, Berg Gourmet burgers, and there are Colorado based chain into Nodoz, of course, is a Columbus based piece of chain that makes round pieces with square cuts. Um, they had this deal that there would be red robin pizzas on the menus and 79 locations. Well, apparently it has done so well that they're going to do another 120 restaurants nationwide this year, which gives a Columbus brand a national reach, which is something that Donatos pizza really? Once they think that this is a good fit for them, And obviously it's a good fit for red Robin. Um and because of the pandemic and people doing carry out. This gives consumers an easy choice that if you have a family that's divided on whether they want burgers or pizza, you can do both. And suddenly red. Robin has that on their menu, and that's really good news for Donatos and Red, Robin says. That's really good news for them. Well, Mark in this struggle of small businesses, and I realized in Otto's is not AH, small business, either. It is red Robin. But in this day and age of the struggle is real. If you will, a partnerships, Seymour important now between businesses. Yeah, you would think so. It's a way to share revenue. It's a way to share, uh, things that both of them once, but the other one can provide on bit's away to double up on something that you can provide consumers and this is something that consumers are looking for, especially during the pandemic, and they're and they're taking carry out is more ease. So the timing seemed to really good on this. You know, Mark A couple of months ago, I did a podcast with chain grody able, and she was talking about the excitement of this partnership with the red Robin and she She said. I think in this podcast that she feels like this is part of the future of denied. Oh, so good. Oh, yeah. Um yeah, definitely. I mean, they've got 540 restaurants nationwide on. But if you could get a Donatos in each of these, that that's a huge reach for a company that mostly stays in in and around Columbus, so suddenly they are a big nationwide brand with a big nationwide chain. To anchor their stores..
"donato" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"She'll be in chilly in the morning on 97.11 ship them now chili. What did you get yourself involved in? And now when it comes to Donato in his schooling, you realize this is probably gonna take up a lot of time. Well, it's called readers Theater, Toby. Not sure if you've heard of this, but it's got no Scenery or props, the actors or the kids, and they're doing the dramatic interpretation of characters in a book, so basically it's like a table read. Exactly. That's a great way to put it, and how this all came about is I was talking to deny those teacher on the phone, and she was saying how one of the things she misses doing because of virtual schooling is being able to have someone help her out with the readers Theater and she knows that I had done theater in in high school. As she listened to the show. So she said, Hey, would you like to help out? Of course I would. I thought it was a one and done thing. Oh, no, It's a weekly thing. So here I am in charge of the readers Theater for these first graders. Well, now that you've signed yourself up for something that's gonna be a weekend week out sort of a thing. How do you intend to make the time And of course we've got to know how you're going to keep this lively. Okay, so I'm already in the classroom with him. Remember, so it's not like anything additional. I'm already sitting there with him. What's happening, though, is I want to make it fun for them. So I'm trying to think of ways where they could do sound effects. And you know, a casting Who's going to get what role and you know. Should they volunteer? Or should I just go ahead and assign it? Because, well, I'm extra and everything that I do. And so now you're bringing all of this extra to bear for the class. When does the first Dramatic reading start. It's already been two weeks. We've already done two different books. I'm thinking maybe I'll tell them that if they have a really great performance, maybe some of it will go on the radio. Lord, I'd like to apologize to our listeners in advance. If that actually happens, producer Kayla and I will do our part to make sure that it doesn't work Toby and chilly in the morning. It's 97.1 wash of him. While good luck with that project should be interesting. Now stay right there because coming up in a few minutes, there's a lake in Switzerland that sings or Does it will let you here so you could decide coming up is still be a chilly in the morning continues. You're on 97.1 Wash up them. It's Tuesday of the nation's capital traffic. Lisa Beeton, You've got it right now. They closed the Georgetown Pike to clear an accident once and for all. Between Colston Road, an old Dominion. Dr. Road Island Avenue that's now closed. They're putting up a new power pole that was taken down from a crash between 34th and 37 streets that is Rhode Island Avenue. But only the outbound side is blocked, and.
"donato" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Leads the accounts of two other high profile trump supporters have also been removed. This comes a day after Facebook and Instagram band Trump for at least the next two weeks. I'm at Madison. Google is also cracking down on a social media at popular with President Trump supporters. The tech giant removed parlor from its place store on Friday, making it difficult for android users to use the platform. Google explained. It requires APS to have content moderation policies that takedown post inciting violence. But parlor has fallen behind, they say on the matter, it noted, the APP will be suspended until the issues are addressed. Apple may also take the APP away from its store After demanding a moderation improvement plan By Saturday, a federal judge in California is dealing a blow to the Trump administration's immigration efforts. Judge James Donato blocked the rule that would have shut down the U. S to most asylum seekers. It was to take effect on Monday. The decision took aim it acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf, noting he doesn't have enough authority to impose the policy because he hasn't been confirmed yet to the position, Donato argued. It was the fifth time a court has issued a ruling on those grounds and two British men are setting a world record by spanning the globe. In a scooter, the pair road through 35 countries and five continents and the Honda scooter and sidecar. They say it took 15 months. The finish following the trip, they earned the Guinness World Record title of longest journey for that vehicle type. I'm Jim Forbes. This is Chicago's progressive talk a 20 a M. W. CPT, Willow Springs and online. The W C P T a 20 calm where facts matter. Majority of Republican voters. 70% say the election was unfair. But breath take power of right wing media that pumps its viewers full of lies delusion on the industrial scale. They think Trump won the election and they think Cove. It's not real in there dying of covert, and I don't know how to move forward in that America. Exactly. W c P T 8 20 were facts matter Mind over matters, Dr Amy here, stew on. As you know, this show is about challenging you to think differently to make different choices in your life to take Action to create positive outcomes in your life..