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"donna bridges" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:45 min | Last month

"donna bridges" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"That you could be proud of single. Mr Detective. You complain from that? Never consider percent. Oh, definitely to me and to canvas their own level Kanda in central Texas on that dealers who nature be pilot Ridgeline. All those million that considered person to this innocent until this point, even values a target and central Texas going to want to come was implemented. DC Central Texas from the dealer for Texas Honda. How weak on that rock Kanda Kanda to Marco's. WCBS muse time 908 traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the H. Let's go back to the L I e. Here's Kelly Dylan. We do have a crash getting cleared away as we speak on the eastbound to enlighten me and what he'd been boulevard to delay. If they're starting to ease up a bit. Shall we did have a broken down car on the Queen's found Whitestone Bridge That's been cleared up. So delays there have eased out on the various Donna Bridge heading into Staten Island on the upper deck. We now have the right lane out. With overnight construction work, so that is a slow go. Also now construction work on westbound Sunrise Highway between exits of 48 46 the right lane currently down the want all state park by north out of its slow into the Northern State Parkway, where there is a tractor trailer that got onto the roadway, not supposed to be there. Blocking Elaine South found 95 in Connecticut in Westport, pretty slow exits. 19 to 18 the right lane down for construction. Our next traffic updates in less than 10 minutes on WCBS. Thank you, Miss Kelly. Now you're WCBS forecast. Good evening, dandified win. Good evening, Anita. We've got a mostly cloudy sky currently were dry and we do see some precipitation started to advance from.

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"donna bridges" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"donna bridges" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Jewelry up to three. Eight times more than the local jeweler. Find out how much you'll get by going to worthy calm today. Wednesday. Seal team is back where e. Do solemnly swear to support and defend the Constitution of the United States? So help me God. Writing together makes his brother's trouble. One keeps in contact, no matter where we go or what we do, we Oh, my men and my mission come first down. CLT New Wednesday at 98, Central on CBS 11 Traffic in transit years, Kelly Dylan will start with construction delays on the westbound at light down, traveling between the bandwagon of Queens Boulevard home jammed up a couple lanes and down with that road work both ways on the van Wyk into Atlantic Avenue, two lanes of it in each direction. Therefore, construction work, So it is a whole jammed up through that spot. We also do have roadworks. Blowing things up on the South bound Harlem River Drive into the RFK Bridge. You'll see one leg closed there tonight. The West side about to bag. Here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels at the inbound Holland all internal shutdown for overnight construction work till five in the morning. I gotta use the Lincoln and luckily things are pretty quiet. They're both ways of the George Looks like construction work. Getting set up Will keep you updated on that delay starting to pick up each way. And also, we're seeing delays in both directions. Approaching the various Donna Bridge. There is construction work each way tonight on dis reporters, sponsored by major world dot com Major World Long Island City, No games, no gimmicks just raid upon its pricing at major world A $75 dealer fee is the only dealer fecal pay. That's the major ro promise..

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"donna bridges" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

08:06 min | 3 months ago

"donna bridges" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"To the Howie Carr Show. Keep the faith, baby. Keep the faith. John Paul Jones said. We have not yet begun to fight and to litigate. And we're gonna have Corey Lewandowski on at the bottom of the hour, too. To talk about what's going on. 844 542 42. You just heard Joe Joe Biden said a couple weeks ago. They put together the most inclusive not in not just extensive but also inclusive. Voter fraud organization in the history of American politics. That was Johnny Rocco Edward G. Robinson, talking about his inclusive in it, and extensive voter fraud operation and Chicago back in the day. That's from Key Largo, a movie including Dead people, that is that is inclusive. I mean, they get left out a lot. What about the last time you had a party? I bet you didn't get any dead People way wanted to start out the show today. We're giving you some good news and Taylor got in some of the good news in there in the intro. But Have you wondered about life after death? There is life after death, At least if you die in Michigan. Apparently, there are multiple people, one of whom is even 120 years old. And they say they say he or she died. But I don't know. We gotta you gotta vote. Here's one William Bradley 118 years old. Wayne County, Michigan. That's Detroit. He died in 1984. And he voted by absentee bow this year. Can somebody shout? Amen. Ghosts for Joe Biden. Okay. Now William Bradley was younger than June taken. June. Bacon is 120 years old. These names sound old William Bradley. She she boated in Jackson County, Mississippi via absentee ballots absentee. She wasn't able to get to the polls, but she was able to vote absentee. Donna Bridges. Born in 1901 voted absentee ballot in Mason County, Michigan. She's 119 years old. She's very worried about the next four years. What's gonna be happening? God bless her, so there there are some. There's some of the votes that Aaron In Michigan. Another Michigan story ballots were turned in with no names on them. Mm. Makes it easy, doesn't it? Uh, no names. Turn on the ballots. Um, sir? Yes. Can I mention what I find to be the most unbelievable part of the fraud? What's that? It's not the ballots or anything like that. It's the fact that now they're saying Joe Biden got more votes and was more popular. Then Barack Obama, the guy who couldn't fill High school gym. Full of people got more votes than Barack Obama. Yeah. That's just that's really stretching it. Well, of course it is. Of course, it is. Then Project Veritas. Another had another big fine today. This again is in is in Michigan Traverse City, Michigan, a postal worker was told, says he told James O'Keefe from Project Veritas that he was told by his supervisor to collect any ballots in the post office, separate them at the end of the day at the hand, stamp them With the previous day's date, so that this was yesterday. So November 4th so he's told to predate them to November 3rd. Even though apparently the Michigan State courts have ruled that they had to be dated by November, 2nd. But I guess that's okay. So O'Keefe asked this as this postal worker why he decided to become a whistle blower. It's sketchy. I don't like sketchy. It screams of corruption, also knowing the post office's leanings politically, it didn't seem quite right. The supervisor who awarded him the backdate the ballots and then put them in a special tub. Then I guess they're taking to Cobo Hall in a child's wagon, and that right there were cooler and the positive So so the the supervisor hung up on keep when he was called. Here's some more good nose. This is really good news. Uh, Zapata County, Texas, Second most Hispanic County in America. Obama wanted by 43 votes in 2012 in 2016 Hillary, wanted by 33 points in 2020 Biden lost it by five. Votes. Five votes. All right now, another thing. I just, you know, the New Hampshire? Good news. Someone say I was gonna mention this later on a port apart from Sununu's enormous reelection, but Republicans flip the New Hampshire House Republicans flipped the New Hampshire Senate. And Republicans flip the governor's council. I mean, that's good news. There's good. They graduated income tax was voted down in Illinois. They were counting on that, and I hope that's a harbinger for 2022 in Massachusetts. And the They tried to restore racial Preferences in California, and he had lost worse. The attempt to repeal it lost worse than than the original attempt. The original effort to put it T ban racial preferences in 1996. So California is Maura against racial set asides now 2020 than it was 24 years ago. So that's good news that I mean, these are just the scattered things. I know. You know it, Ziff occult to be to be going through this, you know, biting your nails and you know Russia's afraid the duty was just saying that they're going to call the election for for Joe Biden. And, you know, I'm so tired of Fox News. I couldn't watch it. I said I'd give it a chart. Try this morning, and then I see the big the big Chiron up there. Biden 264 electoral votes Trump 214. I mean, there they everybody is concerned because they don't want to end up being the Chicago Tribune of Night of 2020. You know they went, Truman held up the first edition. Copy of the Chicago Tribune. Dewey defeats Truman. They don't want to be that again. But they just all that just so eager to call it for Ra for Dimension, Joe. Oh, we could get rid of orange man bad. You know, like he's really lost it like he, you know they want the Republicans won. Many, many, many more down ballot races than they were expected to win. Just New Hampshire being one example losing keeping, you know, ousting multiple Democrat incumbents in the House keeping the Senate apparently unless they can steal that as well as the presidential election. And yet yet Donald Trump lost And Donald Trump is running behind all these people, and they could declare all these down ballot races, but they can't declare the presidential race. None of this makes any sense. Another thing that they were pointing out today was that a lot of these ballots that are being found for Joe Biden, the people voting the You know, supposed people voting Only vote for Joe Biden. They don't vote for anyone else on the ballot, which also is very that's an anomaly because that doesn't happen often. A lot of times you go if you're there, you're going to vote for the Senate race in other things, or, you know, somebody, you know, just take the rap for something right, right. The bullet is like one voted in multi candidate field, but no one goes in. It's like it's like Charlie Parker, saying he blanked the top of the ticket. Nobody blanks the top of the ticket, and nobody only votes for one person on the ballot. It's just I'm sorry. 844 542 42. 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"donna bridges" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

06:45 min | 3 months ago

"donna bridges" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Welcome to the Howie Carr Show. Keep the faith, baby. Keep the faith. John Paul Jones said. We have not yet begun to fight and to litigate. And we're gonna have Corey Lewandowski on at the bottom of the hour, too. To talk about what's going on. Eight for 4, 542 42, You just heard job, Joe Biden said a couple weeks ago. They put together the most inclusive not in not just extensive but also inclusive. Voter fraud organization in the history of American politics. That was Johnny Rocco Edward G. Robinson, talking about his inclusive in it and extensive voter fraud operation. Chicago back in the day. That's from Key Largo, a movie including Dead people, that is that is inclusive. I mean, they get left out a lot. About the last time you had a party that you didn't get any dead people. We want to start out the show today with giving you some good nose, and Taylor got in some of the good news in there in the intro. But Have you wondered about life after death? There is life after death, At least if you die in Michigan. Apparently, there are multiple people, one of whom is even 120 years old. And they say they say he or she died. But I don't know. We got a got a vote. Here's one William Bradley 118 years old. Wayne County, Michigan. That's Detroit. He Hey, died in 1984. And he voted by absentee ballot this year. Can somebody shout? Amen. Ghosts for Joe Biden. Okay. Now William Bradley was younger than June taken. June taken is 120 years old. These names sound old William Bradley. She she voted in Jackson County, Mississippi, via absentee about absentee. She wasn't able to get to the Pauls, but she was able to vote absentee. Donna Bridges. Born in 1901 voted absentee ballot in Mason County, Michigan. She's 119 years old. She's very worried about the next four years. What's going to be happening? God bless her. So there there are some There are some of the votes that Aaron in Michigan, another Michigan story, ballots were turned in with no names on them. It makes it easy, doesn't it? No names. Turn on the ballots, sir. Yes. Can I mention what I find to be the most unbelievable part of the fraud? It's not the ballots or anything like that. It's the fact that now they're saying Joe Biden got more votes and was more popular. Then Barack Obama, the guy who couldn't fill A high school gym. Full of people got more votes than Barack Obama. That's just that's really stretching it. Well, of course it is. Of course, it has been project Barratt Haas had another had another big fine today. This again is in is in Michigan Traverse City, Michigan, a postal worker was told, says he told James will keep from Project Veritas that he was told by his supervisor to collect any ballots in the post office, separate them at the end of the day at the hand, stamp them With the previous day's date, so that this was yesterday. So November 4th so he's told to predate them to November 3rd. Even though apparently the Michigan state courts and rule that they had to be dated by November, 2nd. But I guess that's okay. So okey past this as this postal worker why he decided to become a whistleblower. It's sketchy. I don't like sketchy. It screams of corruption, also knowing the post office's leanings politically, it didn't seem quite right. The supervisor rewarded him to backdate the ballots and then put them in a special pub. Then I guess they're taking to Cobo Hall in a child's wagon, and that right there were cooler and the positive So. So the the supervisor hung up on O'Keefe when he was called. Here's some more good nose. This is really good nose. Zapata County, Texas, Second most Hispanic County in America. Obama wanted 43 votes in 2012 in 2016 Hillary, wanted by 33 points in 2020. Biden lost it by five votes. Five votes. All right now, another thing. I just, you know, the New Hampshire? Good news. Someone say I was going to mention this later on a port. Apart from Sununu's enormous re election vote, Republicans flipped the New Hampshire House Republicans flipped the New Hampshire Senate. And Republicans flipped the governor's council. That's good news. There's good, there's a the graduated income tax was voted down in Illinois. They were counting on that, and I hope that's a harbinger for 2022 in Massachusetts. And the They tried to restore racial Preferences in California, and it lost worse. The attempt to repeal it lost worse than than the original attempt the original effort to put it to ban racial preferences in 1996, So California is Maura against racial set asides now In 2020 than it was 24 years ago. So that's good news. I mean, these are just the scattered things I know. You know, it's It's difficult to be to be going through this, you know, biting your nails and you know Russia's afraid the duty was just saying that That they're going to call the election for for for Joe Biden and you know, I'm so tired of Fox News. I couldn't watch it. I said I'd give it a try. Try this morning, and then I see the big the big Ah! Chiron up there. Biden 264 electoral votes Trump 214. I mean, there they everybody is concerned because they don't want to end up being the Chicago Tribune of Night of 2020. You know they went, Truman held up the first edition Copy of the Chicago Tribune. Dewey defeats Truman. They don't want to be that again. But they're just all they're just so eager to call it for Ah, for dementia job. Oh, we could get rid of orange man bad, you know, like he's really lost it like he, you know they want the Republicans won. Many, many, many more down ballot races than they were expected to win..

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"donna bridges" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"donna bridges" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Type in Listen. Stamps dot com answered. Listen, Stay safe. My friends, 9 28 of WCBS Traffic and weather together. Sponsored by 18778 Abused Here is Jim Feldman. Thank Steve will start in Brooklyn eastbound side The Bell Parkway with a lot of stopping right after the Arizona Bridge before eighth Street. There's police police activity. Delays are going back. Not only a third Avenue, but that ran coming off of the various Donna Bridge getting out of the eastbound belt. That is jammed up a cz Well eastbound Staten Island Expressway, a rough road surface by Victory Boulevard. It is causing some delays that air back out of the West Shore Expressway and watching Queens are delays on the westbound side of the Bell Parkway is you're getting passed the Van Wyck and past Lefferts Boulevard. They're doing some ongoing construction there and on ways now on the westbound Grand central on the ramp to the east leg of the Kiwi, we do see a crash there. And it is the right lane that is shut heading into queen Still seeing those delays on the Throgs Neck Bridge, but a good ride right now travelling at the Whitestone Bridge, and also the arcade. Triborough Bridge is not so bad heading into Queens. However, Manhattan span heading into Manhattan is jammed up because when you're exiting out of South bound FDR, you're hitting those delays, which go all the way down towards 96 Street, North bound side of the 95 section of the breakfast, and the Bronx is jammed up between the Throgs Neck Expressway in Pelham Parkway. Inbound George Washington Bridge looking a okay But there are eastbound delays on the cross Bronx Expressway between the Alexander Hamilton Bridge and Third Avenue inbound side of the Lincoln Tunnel about 5 to 10 inbound side of the Holland Tunnel. It is also about 5 to 10. Then here's Greg Allen, with the forecast sunshine for just about all the area right now, although clouds continue to linger over parts of Long Island and Connecticut with thes brief,.

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"donna bridges" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:10 min | 6 months ago

"donna bridges" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Show after TV show The normal person out there in the street cannot overcome their fear to get to the analytical part of this whole process. I'm not afraid of, and I'm actually ready for a recession, a crash of value of anything and everything. Why it is the opportunity. Do incredible stuff, but that's my analytical brain. The United States has a very strong economy. We will return to our basic economic foundation. This is not going to be the end of the world for everyone. But you do need to take some action and some action will be more productive than others. And one of the things that I think you can do now is take this time. Like you said, Hell, people are gonna be sitting at home and you have a time right now to change your life. Make what? You have work for you. Need to get into lifestyles right now. Join us for our free online workshop Register at Lifestyles unlimited workshop dot com. 28 traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the eights. Kelly Dylan problems still on the Queen. And it's still a mess on the South Bound B Q. E. You were at a standstill. Approaching the custody. Go bridge right off the bridge. There is still an accident now blocking the left and center lane. The delays at a standstill right past the Allied quickly approaching Queens Boulevard. So you definitely want to get that thought. Now. The Brooklyn bound Brooklyn Bridge, still seeing delays here and quite busy across the various Donna Bridges well into Brooklyn across both the upper and lower levels. Outbound delays at the Holland about a 15 to 20 minute wait. Not too bad traveling into the city. Leave and things looking. Okay? Both plays at the Lincoln in Jersey. A crash involving a tractor trailer is found 78 just past exit 55 in north this in the express lanes. The right lane shoulder closed, too. So you want to stick with the local lanes there looking okay. Westbound route 80. The locals all jammed up approaching route to 87 in Parsippany, overnight construction work getting set up here and delays. They're jamming up quickly, right back to route to 80 and now the forecast for the WCBS Weather center. But we will be seeing a fair amount of clouds around the area for tonight, a little bit damp at times as we do.

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"donna bridges" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

08:05 min | 7 months ago

"donna bridges" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"Two years ago and I'm the problem still. Well it wasn't your fault. I mean, no, one would have saved that no-one no-one. fucking human being could have jumped up there and saying that and had it made any sense maybe Jim Carey may yes. Maybe Jamaica Interim Carey could have done it but he would have gone full ace Ventura over the top and people would have been just laughing hysterically at how crazy is it's it's one of my great career low light slash highlights I. Actually it kind of makes me laugh with with with the onset of perspective in history. That's the beautiful thing about failures eventually become funny. I can. Yes. It only took thirty years great like there's some movies man that are terrible terrible movies, but they're really funny to revisit right like showgirls. Oh show I'm a big sugar look great movie. You think they might have offered me showgirls. Think, they might offer me the com- com- mcglaughlin. US really. had. Sex. With Elizabeth Berkley in the water crazy scene where she's spanning out always having sexual or do you remember that she says passing on God is one of the craziest scenes ever didn't make any sense they were passing. It doesn't make any sense. It's like they were on coke when they were doing the movie writing the movie performing the movie and they just their connection with what's realistic or even entertaining or or even possible doesn't make any sense. Like if you were having sex with the woman and she was flailing around like that and you kept going, you'd be criminal like she's having a seizure isn't. Fit, she they were in a pool and for whatever reason she's starts flopping I mean like they're making out. He's got his arm around her and she's throwing her by. Slapping it against the water in this like insane like who I just WanNa. Know who was filming that was cut we got it. We fucking die you got that one. We got it. Just you could hear the the fucking jackhammer heart rate of everyone. Filming because they're all coked up. Have you seen that scene? Find the non porn. Hosted so we can watch. I think that's The porn sites. US. Why is she topless? Is that what it is? I don't even remember the topless part Jeez. Ridiculous. They I mean there are no. Really there's no nudity in movies anymore but in the eighties you had like that was. I had the page seventy three rule. Because that's always the page nude seeds Ron. There are always unpaid seventy-three. Because that's the middle of the Senate is so they're making out. Yeah he's Porn Oh. There you go. Naked not on youtube stuff. Yeah videos. So they start fooling around she gets on top of them and then once they start doing it, she starts flailing I. Mean I mean she Like she is normal almost normal almost crazy but then she gets really spastic. And she starts throwing herself on a fucking like you this. Come on man what's happening? What is that? Is that for real? Yes. It is for real that was in the movie. I mean when people have to remember she's the sweetheart from saved by the bell right and this was gonna be her her break from saved by the bell this beautiful girl. And he's the guy from Wow fucking. Ice Blue Velvet I had forgotten but. Can you imagine making that movie today? No. Yeah. No page seventy-three that because it's the middle of act to in any writer out there knows that the middle of the second act is the Sahara of creativity. That's like that's when you're. You're like your thoughts and your fuck we gotta get to the ending and no one's GonNa get naked someone's gotta get naked and you usually it would have been me. A movie too many how many I guess if the eighty s we did We did. Was, my job this was ninety. That movie was like Nice right at the end. Yeah. is in Hollywood I was living here. So I moved here ninety four. So that was that had to be like ninety, five, right ninety, seven. Oh, they go guess there's also the era where. Coke was openly sold on sets really no. Yeah. Wow. Wow it was either the camera department. Or the prop department makes more sense to be the proper man their jobs go get shit for you, right? Yeah. Maybe just you know when when we did outsiders. Crews, me and Matt Dillon and all all everybody were we were young I was seventeen. Turning eighteen in St Thomas how played pony boy lead the movie was fifteen and when we would finish shooting, we'd get in the vans to get back to the Hotel and there would be as much beer as you wanted. He's fifteen. Much wanted to and that is a studio. Slow. Can you can pull that photo up to see our feet is possible because. There is. down. there. Okay, look at look at swayze. He, standing bricks. He wanted to be taller. Great. swayze standing on bricks in the back of that is hilarious. Great. Areas it's my favorite thing speaking of swayze roadhouse. That's another horrible movie. That's amazing people yeah people love that movie. It's great. It's fucking great. It's great. He's. Yeah Yeah. He's the baddest bouncer and that's part of the things I thought you were going to be bigger. Remember that That's one of the lines in the movie because he's a legendary bouncer that they bring in to fix really bad honky tonks. The Bat, problems at the door. Yeah it's an it's an pandemic even trying to get in the league. Grab someone's neck composer throat out in the movie. I mean. It's so good pain. Don't hurt. That's actual line movie pain don't hurt. Does eighties lines or saw so good. That's a such a great one because he's so beautiful. Beautiful swayze wasn't a Donnas. He was in Donnas bridges. He tried to get us to put that Godforsaken Song She's like the wind in youngblood. Like. There does he pulls the guys thrown hits them with the worst spinning back kick ever in the but watch you pulls his it out and look at this point. It's so bad. It's such a bad kick. You Probably Blues ACL out doing that. It's so stupid he was the best man did he was the he might be the most intense guy at work with really he he'd be up all night writing and doing body weight pushups with his feet up against a wall all night long really show up at this set having not slapped and winning you to hear his new demo he was like raw. Great? Great. I remember I remember she's like the wind like I don't know how that fits. We're making a hockey movie Bro. That fits in the hockey movie. Why didn't they want them in there and then sure enough. What dirty dancing comes out and that movies in it in goes to number one. Oh well. Yeah. But that movie that was a good movie dirty dancing and movie I was a great movie ghost. His big big best movie Yeah Ghost is a great movie. That's a great movie. Great movie point break was a great. Mughal. Rate Movie. He did some great movies. Yeah. He's Yanni was in was in young but I thought he was French. He was a French. Canadian goalie. 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"donna bridges" Discussed on Deliverybros

Deliverybros

02:59 min | 8 months ago

"donna bridges" Discussed on Deliverybros

"Are freaked out about being even close with somebody I can't have my family members. All and I'm just like right now it is. Just so weird? Even, if you're like slightly out in public for just a hot set in. You know. Maybe another way was coming. Like if I could. Anybody hear me say anything Combo. Because like without getting back to it. They want us to panic and going through this long history out the new world order bag I talk about freemasons and all that Shit, but I'm saying. They want us to hate. Politics is. The more behaved. The more money they make more shape they can do. Just just love your brothers, man, black, white, or whatever, and if you hate somebody figure I, WanNa fuck, you hate somebody like because you got the problem. Especially Doolan so you? Like if we get through this and all happy and good is gonNA. Take us to do this show only. Like, and if you know what fuck, a rape broaches like Donna bridges them. I only got the stop. Ill. Need to relax. Say it again. Smoke smoke more weed. If you don't smoke, we got answers, smokes we? Have everything, but is something something to do? On A. Foul NBA Studios Delivery Rosemont fuck opinions to get some Dopson. Life gets them. Get some just some some good feeling. They always about the bullshit. Her. You know find something like put your energy. BROKERS AIN'T GONNA change side. You know what I mean. We gotta stay saying so we'll get shit for sure. So in any positives going on, Bro, anything looking forward to your podcast is bacchus Shit. I'm happy to see. I ain't got nobody Brady yet. I wouldn't be I wouldn't be trying this one place. For. People have already ended up with a baby. Mamas no from Kobe. Damn this isn't going to say. I think it'll be sixteen like Amoco covy baby. Game. Bike like? We were born in Eighty Rosa. We Cry Babies. Percents we all we all supposed to be Gregory resigned he three. So come! As well. It's going to be Koby Baby. Corona, kids, they're going to be the corona. Kids off this generation float. They come out hat, tempered and sick. God leat. How's how's your mental man? How's the? How's everything broke?.

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"donna bridges" Discussed on Latest In Tech News

Latest In Tech News

11:34 min | 1 year ago

"donna bridges" Discussed on Latest In Tech News

"How your car works in what the features do ah overall the study found older drivers experienced higher levels of cognitive individual demand compared to younger drivers. These differences were even more pronounced for older drivers when completing any in-vehicle information system task or ibis but the study found that older older and younger drivers both found some tech features challenging in time consuming given the demands associated with these tasks drivers of all ages should use those infotainment technologies only for legitimate emergencies or urgent driving related purposes. This is the rest of the point here they've astray or a professor of cognition and neuroscience at University of Utah and one of the study's authors said to study confirms that many drivers technology late in vehicles have too much going on. I agree agree with that to to appoint we found older drivers who for the most part are the consumers who have the resources to purchase these newer vehicles in our having more difficulty using these features then twenty and thirty year olds well Duh obviously smart. SMART cards are making us more distracted or more of the time strayer said the car is now becoming as complicated as a complex plane in many cases. You've got two hundred buttons and all kinds of screens and voice commands. This is when I I take I take take the first part of the sentence. He wanted to say but he probably couldn't say for for the quote. Sake was smart. Cards are making more stupid at times anyways. Smart cars are making us yet more distracted attracted Paul Brown seventy one year old retired attorney who resides in Salt Lake City is one of the drivers who took part in the study. It was a comedy of errors. He said of the displays an lights that he was asked to respond to as he drove. I don't need something that is going to do everything from me and distract me while I'm driving Brown said quite frankly when I was driving a found myself feeling as I was driving dangerously because of all those distractions years a great idea on it will self driving smart cards. You're basically GONNA do nothing. I mean you're going to be attentive enough and keep your eye on the road in the intervene if necessary but a lot of divergence right off your shoulders so maybe if you're part of the older age group maybe you should just get like one of those Tesla smart driving cars or or one of those up you don't even have to worry about driving and then you actually do have time to figure out what the Heck infotainment system does. Brown said that he found a largest place green situated to the right of the steering wheel into cars. He drove for the study. especially distracting narco goes on to explain some things but I think we get the point. The point is car manufacturers. Maybe you're putting a little bit too much tech into it and and for the most part young and old but especially on the oldest side the learning curve is a little bit more challenging. If you're going to do something make it simple. Make It easy a great lydia see if you can do it in two or three taps period at most if you can't do that. It's not worth programming in putting into the car. They can't call this person at they wanted to. Don't even do it if they can't text the person. Don't even do it if they can't figure out the navigation system don't even put it in or seriously figure out the U._I.. System in making a lot more simpler I mean that's one of the main reasons why the IPHONE was such. A hit is because it was simple. It was intuitive. People knew what to do right so that's my thoughts on it. At least as always I would love to hear your thoughts on his comments down below on Youtube video. If you're watching you're listening aiming to this on twitter twitter. If you're listening to this via the PODCAST head on over to twitter we are at Tech News Gadsden. Leave us your thoughts there as well good bad or otherwise are older drivers distracted or maybe just maybe I should just take the time to pull over to decide road or before they leave figure out how these things worked for the most part even though my car is quote smart and there are some smart features in it. I don't really take advantage much about any of them. I'm still old fashioned it that way dealt with at added way. Let's head on over to the next article. We got lined up all right. The Twenty Nineteen iphone photography awards has been announced enter is a grand prize winning image that was shot on an iphone ten now. We're looking at the image right now. Speaking of which you guys like the the fact that you're able to see more pretty cool <hes> now you don't get this little box with the news at you sit near and squint Britain and trying to figure out what a world text is he reading on the screen good better otherwise. Let me know your thoughts. If you like in this new seen layout I know I am it's lot simpler. The Twenty Nineteen iphone photography awards words have been announced today the winning photographs cover a range of categories <unk> shot on everything from an Iphone S._e.. To iphone tennis follow along for look at stunning images that won awards this year photographers for more than one hundred forty countries entered images ages shot on iphone in this year's contest so the I._p.. Awards proud to announce the winners of the twelfth annual awards winners were selected from thousands of entry submitted by iphone photographers all around the World Grand Prize along with first second and third place awards were given for photographer of the year as well as awards for photos in eighteen different categories ranging from abstract to lifestyle nature to portrait in more in case. You're wondering no we're not making this up. These awards have been going on for twelve years now and seriously yes. If you have an iphone you can enter <hes> if you're photographer and you know what you're doing. You can win in a more it anything is possible. Anything's the thing is possible is not even making this up the Grand Prize winner and photographer of the year award goes to Gabriella Sigma Yano of Italy for her entry big sister for a second and third place photographers of the year awards go to Diogo Lodge of Portugal for his his image see stripes Yulia brave of Russia for her entry of sorry no movie today and paying how of China for his image come across and I up here's big sister which won the grand prize is here. I know you're sitting. There going looks like this was shot and a really nice high quality camera. I wonder which one it was. It was an iphone this holding in my hand an iphone I phone so with that. <hes> level description of the image going on there was shot in Zanzibar Africa shot on an iphone ten. Here is first place see stripes the shot on an iphone s e yeah an Iphone S._e.. That's pretty impressive. It was taken in Santa Rita Beach Portugal second place with a surreal L.. I. Phone Seven Plus Shot in the rain interesting. It was a hot summer day in Rome Italy. Even the asphalt was melting. We decided to escape from the city center to see the ancient trees of the board. He's Gardens Gardens in watching Italian movie but when we arrived started raining and I took this photo rounding out photographer of the year awards was paying how in third place with a stunning image taken at burning man. Hey Go that one yep. It's was in the desert in Nevada at the burning man festival so Donna Bridge and saw two people lost in a sandstorm but after a while something very special came along a huge silver ball cool so check out all the other award winning phone with and honorable mentions in categories abstract animals architecture children floral landscape lifestyle and more on the EPA awards website and is another really I need photograph that was called untitled which one third place in Children's category. Yes shot iphone. Have I emphasized that enough. Man is good stuff so if you guys like photos and photography and getting good cameras hey you could use simply an iphone enter the awards and win. It's been going on for twelve years. Here's at this point so congratulations to all the winners out there by the way if you want the links to everything that we've covered today all articles show notes can be found at Tech News gadget dot net Danda. The articles are linked in a show notes for today and you can. Quick Away in Washington. Look in scroll and Swipe and whatever else you your heart desires. Let's head on over to the next article so we got some gadget news for you. I guess Sony me it's coming out with a wearable air. Conditioner and people are like scrambling. They want it right now but <hes> it's not due to come out until March twenty twenty but there is a catch you see the new Sony. Riyan racket is a body cooling wearable that promises to chill you out in the heat folks suffering in a current heat wave sweeping the world can agree in sucks to be caught in between air conditioning havens <hes> but if you're like me in your job entitled to go outside for six hours a day you just say well. I guess I'm GonNa suck it up buttercup band. I'm going to enjoy the weather outside. You won't die matter of fact I prefer the heat to the cold <hes> <hes> simply because I know I haven't air conditioned vehicle. I can go to and I'm used usually able to tolerate the heat more than a freezing and you say we'll give it in Wisconsin right doesn't get really cold up their winter. Her Yeah Yeah does is not fun but I'll survive it if I need to but Dallas still stay when he comes along is a good thing so sadly the device is for sale yet it must be crowd crowd funded I and if it makes its goal currently standing at forty four percent funded it should ship by March of twenty twenty but the promise of mobile cooling is love it to tantalizing to ignore here CENA's were in the middle of summer after hundreds of simulations Sony estimates that Doron pocket should be able to cool a user's body temperature by thirteen degrees Celsius or roughly twenty three degrees Fahrenheit according to his moto. The device can help on cold days to if you remember what those are <hes> I know it's hot right now. Warming up a body by eight degrees Celsius or around fourteen degrees Fahrenheit now. How does this work? It's a portable A._C.. In a proprietary shirt the RIAN rocket itself is in eighty five five grand pod the size of a garage <unk> that slips into a pocket of a specially made shirt right on the top of your spine actually re bank here on back. You can control it via I._O._S.. Or android phone and an auto mode is coming the battery last twenty.

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"donna bridges" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"donna bridges" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"How is it affected when you pull any the pumps have you been happy with the prices chances? Are we're going to see those prices go up Patrick DeHaan from gas body is with us. Hi, patrick. Thanks for joining us. Did I do there? You Patrick are you there? I'm here. Yes. Thanks for having me. Thank you. So we have been experiencing. I'm going to say pleasure when we pull into the gas pumps these days because the prizes. Yeah. It's been fantastic. Some of the lowest prices we've seen the last couple of years. In fact, Pittsburgh's average price now still about thirty three cents under it was last year, but a little bit of pacifism sprinkled in here is that oil prices are back up to about fifty two dollars a barrel right now just ahead of Christmas on Christmas Eve oil prices dipped down to forty two dollars. So now that we're about ten dollars a barrel higher. Maybe you can guess the next semi. I'm going to be saying is that gas prices may have bottomed out. So they did dip down. I, and I I'm guessing that probably contributed to the number of people who actually drove on their holiday destinations. But once we start to see that upward spiral. Do we expected to hold their or do you think it will continue? Well, I think we'll have another caller three to four weeks at prices, maybe within ten or twenty cents. I don't expect prices to zoom up until perhaps mid delay fad warrior. That's when we start to transition to summer gasoline. It's not just a light switch. It takes a couple of months to do. And that's when we also see demand start picking up a lot of what we're seeing right now with the bouncing price of oil has more to do with kind of economic optimism, the Dow and oil prices have been tracking very similarly. So I think we'll still see a couple of weeks of relatively low prices, but come mid February late February we'll start to see prices rise more noticeably now based on what you said around. And I have some numbers in front of me from gas buddy that say in two thousand eighteen in January we were looking at two dollars and eighty cents. Are we looking to get close to that? Again. Do you think? Well, you know, looking at the yearly average we probably will be shelling out a little bit less in twenty nineteen than we didn't twenty eighteen. But unfortunately, it looks like we'll still eventually see prices hit that three dollar gallon. Mark now may not come until perhaps, April or may. But what you're seeing right now is probably among the best that we may see for the year. So we hit that three dollar, Mark. And again, I'm looking at some statistics, by the way, I'm talking with Patrick DeHaan gas, buddy. And I see you have some statistics here they'd say the average price in Pittsburgh in two thousand fourteen was three fifty three. So we shouldn't scream if we hit that three dollars. Yeah. You know what? Even at prices do hit that three dollar gallon. Mark. Here's a little bit of of respite a bit of a break. We won't be setting. Or are highly unlikely to be setting any new records in in the year ahead. So twenty nineteen should not be an all time record year. We probably will see prices go up as they do every spring. Still prices remaining we'll call it relatively affordable, of course, in Pennsylvania of the nation's highest gas tax. So certainly doesn't help either does. And maybe I just need you to repeat that again. Because people ask me all the time why the gas is higher here than in other places and a lot of that is because Pennsylvania is the number one state and the country when it comes to gas taxes, even ahead of California about seventy five cents of every gallon in Pennsylvania is going to federal state and local taxes. Wow. Hey, Patrick DeHaan from gas, buddy. Thanks so much. Even though you didn't bring us great news gave us an understanding of the news. And we appreciate that. Thanks so much. There we go have a good day. You are on with Lynn haste Freeland. You're listening to Katie KYW NewsRadio. And Tom you have a solution gas prices down. Yeah. Sure. Sure. Oh, you have to do. Okay. Squad to Nissan by Nissan lease or lease one. You least one around three hundred dollars a month. No, no gas. Okay. You plug it in plug it in is probably equivalent to the same type of thing that you plug your electric dryer into okay? It's not some big extravagant saying, no changes. Okay. No antifreeze either. Okay. When you think about it? The most obnoxious thing in the most. Highly carcinogen thing that you're going to inhale today is your exhaust fumes. Okay. So when you get rid of that just think what will do for your environmental people share? Let me ask you a question. Tom electric car. Yes. Okay. So I've always known electric bicycle, oh, you know. Those are really cool. I have a friend who used to have one. But that's another conversation. I think but talk to me because I think that myself included, we have this perception net as efficient as electric cars can be they may not be as quick it for lack of a better word is what quick fast. I don't know why. But I think. Faster because they have a total instant celebration. You could go to Adam solar rides Donna bridge. Ville in rented tesla. Really? Yeah. Get on talk to me, the great guy. He is everything electric get on there and rent your ticket any protests. Right. If you want it probably for free, try it all you do. You don't put any gas in it, you just plug your car in right? You could just all you do is plug it in and go, and how often do you do that you plug it in every every night when you come home? But you don't have to it has a gauge and also when you plug it in it can tell you that it's charged if you would leave it somewhere like you leave it a Dunkin donuts inside way. This is here's here's one point. I wanted to make thirty seconds time just say, this is is women really are under a lot of pressure. When they go to get their cars repaired because the mechanics will take advantage of you. Tesla or a Nissan leaf will self diagnose and tell you, what's what's what's wrong with it. And how much it will cost them where you can get repaired. Ten seconds, Tom. What about on the road highway driving? What do you do when you need a great, great, great, no problems? There's all kinds of charging places not yet. But the infrastructure is being set up. So you can charge sheets in Wexford. There's a power station right through Tom. I got a good, thanks. How much you know? I've always had an interest in electric cars, and I appreciate time because he kinda dispel dispelled. Some of the myths I had it's ten forty five time for AAA traffic.

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"donna bridges" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"donna bridges" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Her recounting of a memory from thirty five years ago on his since we have no other evidence. Correct. Northwestern study came out in two thousand twelve blew my mind at the time. I found it disturbing. Frightening troubling. And just to recap briefly, if you've just joined us every time you remember an event from the past your brain networks change in ways that can alter the later recall of the event, thus the next time you remember, you're not recalling the original vent you remembering the previous memory. And the northwestern study showed this was a groundbreaker a memory Donna bridges post doctorate, fellow at Northwestern University school medicine Bobo, a memory is not simply an image produced by traveling back to the original event. It can be an image that is somewhat distorted because of the prior times you remembered it your memory of an event can grow less precise. Even to the point of being totally false with each retrieval. And the professor she was working with and she pointed out that it it's really troubling for witnesses giving testimony in criminal trials, maybe a witness remembers something fairly accurately the first time because his memories aren't that distorted after that it keeps going downhill. Then they go into some of the methodology and the number of people. They they did the studies with every single person showed this affect they said, it's really huge. Is there? I doubt this. It's really is troubling way beyond this case. It just why do we discuss things when I was a kid. I blank a why do we even engage in those sorts of conversations? Probably did something similar. I'm just saying close enough. Says the gal who is the head of the study when someone tells me that you're sure they remember exactly the way something happened. I just laugh. Memories aren't static. If you remember something in the context of a new environment and time or even if you were in a different mood, your memories might integrate the new information while for the study people were asked to recall, the location of objects on a grid bombed. I caught myself in one of these the other day over something inconsequential. But I said something, and then I realized later wait a second. That wasn't me that was this person. It was somebody else I know had that experience, and I told as my own, and if I hadn't like for some reason it had popped into my head from here on out. It would have been me. Yeah. It's really disturbing. And then a therapist told me about like how this happens with fear. So my fear of needles that I've got when you remember when I remember the the needle experience from when I was a kid. I'm not remembering that, I'm remembering the most recent time, I remembered it and remembering the fear, I get from the fears. She become afraid of the feeling of fear builds over time. That's what anxiety is to a large extent. So your fear. So why wouldn't that be the same thing with a traumatic event, you know, a sexual assault where your memory of it it grows right in intensity. Well, listen. This is not an argument now on Saturday, the other of the cavenaugh -solutely because what happened is not only unknown. It is unknowable, but. It's possible. For instance, your needle thing, you're not nearly as terrified at the time as you remembered being years later, almost certainly not which is because with your greater age and maturity. You'd think we'll that would just be silly to be that afraid. So it must have been really crazy is you're telling the story, which again is disturbing and troubling original their names. I've heard the example of when Kennedy shot or nine eleven attacks. Where were you? How'd you hear about it? They've they've pulled. They've asked people and ask them again five years later, and it changes significantly Murray. Which is crazy. It is. And I'm just telling you, this gal may have endured precisely what she described which is awful and scary and disturbing disappointing in one hundred dollars things. But not only is it unknowable toss. It's not even knowable to her exactly what happened especially given three and a half decades passing. Well, it was three decades when she talked to her therapist embarrassed is three decades time passing a fifteen year old girl with a beer inner and a couple of stumbling drunk teenage boys. The actuality what happened is on notes. So if you had a strong memory from your childhood, I have a few doesn't have to be traumatic. But it's just. Birthday party where this happened or something a fishing trip? Whatever it was and then you saw video of it. And it was completely different. Would that like break your brain? I think it might break. My brain all these years. I remember dad, and I do that never happened at all. Some sort of matrix weirdness where you don't have any idea. What's real? And what's not? Seems to be based on that study. What is the case? We just don't have the reality ever presented to us. You know, what I think I'm maybe in the future will with so many kids growing up like my kids with videotape of so many of their iphone recordings of so many of their experience. How interesting point now. If I were gonna comfort myself, and I have to because I find all this so disturbing, particularly as a guy was not a great memory. I would I would say to myself. I am saying to myself. We have the greatest brain. On earth among any beast. That's ever roam the earth. Most most on average. I'm not sure there are probably some really break chimps or Saint of the radio says you. Right. I'm sure there are chimpanzees smarter than and were designed the way we're designed, and it works the way it works. And that's the way it's meant to work. That's the best. It can work. It only had to work as good. It was working to get you up to like fifteen so you could reproduce after that nature. Didn't care. Nature's bastard. So you know, when I look back at my first kiss. Maybe the circumstances were a little different still.

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"donna bridges" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"donna bridges" Discussed on KGO 810

"Her recounting of a memory from thirty five years ago on his since we have no other evidence. Correct. Northwestern study came out in two thousand twelve blew my mind at the time, I found it disturbing. Frightening troubling. And just to recap briefly, if you've just joined us every time you remember an event from the past your brain networks change in ways that can alter the later recall of the event, thus the next time you remember, you're not recalling the original event you remembering the previous memory. And northwestern study the show. This was a groundbreaker a memory Donna bridges post doctorate, fellow at Northwestern University school of medicine bubble memory is not simply an image produced by traveling back to the original event. It can be an image that is somewhat distorted because of the prior times you remembered it your memory of an event can grow less precise. Even to the point of being totally false with each retrieval. And the professor she was working with and she pointed out that it it's really troubling for witnesses giving testimony in criminal trials, maybe a witness remembers something fairly accurately the first time because his memories aren't that distorted after that it keeps going downhill. Then they go into some algae in the number of people. They they did the studies with every single person showed this effect. They said, it's really huge. Is there? I doubt this. It's really is troubling way beyond this case. Just why do we discuss things when I was a kid. I blank why do we even engage in those sorts of conversations? Probably did something similar. I'm just saying. Says the gal who is the head of the study when someone tells me that you're sure they remember exactly the way something happened. I just laugh. Memories aren't static. If you remember something in the context of a new environment and time or even if you were in a different mood, your memories might integrate the new information while for the study people were asked to recall, the location of objects on a grid bummed, then I caught myself in one of these the other day over something inconsequential. But I said something, and then I realized later wait a second. That wasn't me that was this person. It was somebody else I know had that experience and my own and if I hadn't like for some reason it had popped into my head from here on out. It would have been me. It's really disturbing. And then a therapist told me about like how this happens with fear. So my fear of needles that I've got when you remember when I remember the the needle experience from when I was a kid. I'm not remembering that, I'm remembering the most recent time, I remembered it and remembering the fear. I get from the fear. She become afraid of the feeling of fear builds over time. That's what anxiety is to a large extent fear. So why wouldn't that be the same thing with a traumatic event, you know, a sexual assault where your memory of it it grows right in intensity. Well, then listen, this is not an argument now on Saturday. The other of the cavenaugh thing -solutely because what happened is not only unknown. It is unknown noble, but. It's possible. For instance, your needle thing, you're not nearly as terrified at the time as you remembered being years later, almost certainly not which is because with your greater age and maturity. You'd think we'll that would just be silly to be that afraid. So it must have been really crazy as you're telling the story, which again is disturbing and troubling originally names. The I've heard the example of when Kennedy shot or nine eleven attacks. Where were you? How'd you hear about it? They've they've pulled. They've asked people and ask them again five years later, and it changes significantly your memory, which is crazy. It is. And I'm just telling you, this gal may have endured precisely what she described which is awful and scary and disturbing and disappointing in in one hundred dollars things, but not only is it unknowable to us. It's not even knowable to her exactly what happened especially given three and a half decades passing. Well, it was three decades when she talked to her therapist embarrassed is three decades time passing a fifteen year old girl with a beer inner and a couple of stumbling drunk teenage boys. The actuality what happened is on note. So if you had a strong memory from your childhood, I have a few doesn't have to be traumatic. But it's just. To a birthday party where this happened or something a fishing trip? Whatever it was now. And then you saw video of it. And it was completely different with that like break, your brain. I think it might break. My brain all these years. I remember dad and that never happened at all. I mean, if you end up in some sort of matrix weirdness where you don't have any idea. What's real? And what's not? Seems to be based on that study. What is the case? We just don't have the reality ever presented to us. You know, what I think I'm sorry. Maybe nature will with so many kids growing up like my kids with videotape of so many of their iphone recordings of so many of their experience. Interesting point. Yeah. I if I were gonna comfort myself, and I have to because I find all this so disturbing, particularly as a guy was not a great memory. I would I would say to myself. I am saying to myself. We have the greatest brain. On earth among any beast. That's ever roam the earth will most most on average. I'm not sure there are probably some really bright champs or seen of the radio says you. Well, I'm sure there are chimpanzees smarter than and were designed the way we're designed, and it works the way it works. And that's the way it's meant to work or that's the best it can work. So it only had to work as good. It was working to get you up to like fifteen so you could reproduce after that nature. Didn't care nature's bastard. So you know, when I look back at my first kiss. Maybe the circumstances were a little different. But still means.

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"donna bridges" Discussed on You Must Remember This

You Must Remember This

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"donna bridges" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"In nineteen seventy eight hereby donovan was thirty nine years old he was incredibly famous and a lot of people hated him the second film he directed the last picture show had been an enormous hit in nineteen seventy one one of the defining movies of the new hollywood era on the sat where his wife polly platt was working as his production designer but donna bridge had fallen in love with his twenty one year old actress simple shepherd over the next few years but donna mitch would leave flat and their two daughters and he in civil shepherd would become the brat an angelina of their day bugged direct to more massive hit movies what's up doc and paper moon then he cast civil and an adaptation of daisy miller which flopped then he'd cast civil and burt reynolds and at long last love a musical full of coal porter songs set in the art deco nineteen thirties of astaire and rogers at long last love was perceived as one of the most miss god in films of the nineteen seventies it is one of my all time favorite films but it was so badly received ended so much destroy by john of rich and shepherds reputations that they were unable to continue working together a major backlash against the two of them had begun and it wasn't helped by the fact that peter was perceived as the most arrogant man in hollywood if you watch interviews with him from the first half of the nineteen seventies it's not hard to see why people felt this way.

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