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Cancel Culture Is on a Tear With Conservatives Right Now
"I want to make sure you are fully engaged and fully informed about the latest examples of cancel culture direct TV canceling one America news network OAN might put OAN out of business. In fact, reporting suggests it will, who knows? Bon Gino's podcast canceled, a pro life group, gathering in a restaurant kicked out of the restaurant because the restaurant owner wants it to be a safe haven for pro abortion advocates and Mike lindell's bank canceling over a half a dozen of his accounts. Just because you got to be aware of all this and you got to be informed, you got to be engaged, and we've got to be willing to stand up and have each other's
Snow, ice blast through South with powerful winter storm
"Roads roads are are still still slick slick and and power power is is out out for for thousands thousands after after a a deadly deadly winter winter storm storm swept swept through through parts parts of of the the US US parts parts of of the the southeast southeast were were glazed glazed over over snow snow ice ice and and high high winds winds toppled toppled down down tree tree limbs limbs and and power power lines lines Georgia Georgia North North Carolina Carolina South South Carolina Carolina even even Florida Florida were were hard hard hit hit North North Carolina Carolina governor governor Roy Roy Cooper Cooper yesterday yesterday as as much much as as eight eight to to twelve twelve inches inches of of snow snow has has fallen fallen in in some some counties counties and and significant significant icing icing is is causing causing trouble trouble in in the the central central part part of of the the state state more more than than twelve twelve hundred hundred flights flights were were canceled canceled at at Charlotte Charlotte Douglas Douglas International International Airport Airport police police reported reported hundreds hundreds of of weather weather related related collisions collisions across across the the southeast southeast including including a a fatal fatal crash crash in in Raleigh Raleigh North North Carolina Carolina no no icing icing in in Florida Florida but but the the National National Weather Weather Service Service confirms confirms a a tornado tornado with with winds winds at at one one hundred hundred eighteen eighteen miles miles an an hour hour struck struck in in the the fort fort Myers Myers area area damaging damaging dozens dozens of of homes homes hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn
Sen. Mike Lee Agrees the Biden Administration Has a Poor Record in Federal Courts
"Have you noticed senator that the Biden administration is a very poor record in federal courts and not because they're loaded with Trump appointees but because they really do defy existing law and trying to push the edge of the envelope beyond what's reasonable don't they Yes Yes Because all they see is what they want And then what they want they take regardless of whether there's any statutory or constitutional authority to do it And regardless of the moral consequences of rendering huge segment of the American population law abutting people rendering them unemployed unemployable pariahs They just take And this is wrong And it's one of the reasons why I've gone to the Senate for dozens of times and introduced over 15 bills to counteract these mandates While Democrats blocked every one of those bills I'm glad the Supreme Court finally decided to block the mandate
Twitter, Meta among tech giants subpoenaed by Jan. 6 panel
"Tech tech giants giants are are in in the the cross cross hairs hairs of of the the January January six six committee committee the the house house committee committee investigating investigating the the capital capital right right has has issued issued subpoenas subpoenas to to Twitter Twitter reddit reddit you you to to the the met met the the company company formerly formerly known known as as Facebook Facebook committee committee chairman chairman Bennie Bennie Thompson Thompson is is demanding demanding records records from from the the companies companies related related to to their their role role in in allegedly allegedly spreading spreading misinformation misinformation about about the the twenty twenty twenty twenty election election and and promoting promoting violent violent extremism extremism in in the the lead lead up up to to the the attack attack on on the the capital capital Thompson Thompson says says the the companies companies have have failed failed to to turn turn over over necessary necessary information information after after months months of of engagement engagement in in a a letter letter Thompson Thompson suggests suggests the the platforms platforms are are complicit complicit in in the the deadly deadly insurrection insurrection stating stating how how one one sub sub reddit reddit community community for for example example grew grew significantly significantly and and then then migrated migrated to to an an official official website website where where discussions discussions around around the the planning planning of of the the attack attack were were hosted hosted the the committee committee has has issued issued dozens dozens of of subpoenas subpoenas to to those those in in trump's trump's inner inner circle circle including including house house minority minority leader leader Kevin Kevin McCarthy McCarthy one one Wednesday Wednesday denied denied the the committee's committee's request request calling calling it it an an attempt attempt to to damage damage its its political political opponents opponents and and an an abuse abuse of of power power Jennifer Jennifer king king Washington Washington
Official: Police used fake DNA reports during interrogations
"Virginia's Virginia's Attorney Attorney General General says says procedures procedures have have been been changed changed at at the the city city police police department department where where officers officers were were found found to to be be coercing coercing confessions confessions by by using using fake fake DNA DNA reports reports this this city city of of Virginia Virginia beach beach police police department department says says that that it's it's no no longer longer holding holding up up false false DNA DNA reports reports to to cool cool were were suspects suspects into into confessing confessing to to crimes crimes although although it it says says the the tactic tactic is is legal legal Attorney Attorney General General mark mark herring herring says says the the practice practice is is very very troubling troubling and and potentially potentially unconstitutional unconstitutional he he doesn't doesn't say say if if the the use use of of the the forged forged documents documents would would invalidate invalidate any any of of the the confessions confessions that that were were obtained obtained that that way way an an investigation investigation into into nine nine thousand thousand cases cases found found about about half half a a dozen dozen times times officers officers used used false false reports reports purported purported to to be be from from the the Virginia Virginia department department of of forensic forensic science science during during interrogations interrogations during during the the years years twenty twenty sixteen sixteen until until twenty twenty twenty twenty hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn
What Is Redistricting?
"I wanted to take just a few minutes to explain me districting. The basics, because I get most people to understand it's crazy. So every ten years, every state has to redistrict, which means their legislative lines and the congressional lines, the federal lines they have to redo. And so how it traditionally has worked all throughout history is that the legislature is responsible for doing this. So usually it's the House of Representatives for your state is tasked with basically redrawn the lines in the Senate approves them or vice versa. And then they basically have to get signed into law by the governor. Now, in about the last 20 years, the left has basically overtaken this entire process by implementing what is called independent redistricting commissions. This is the scary thing. So if your state has an independent redistricting commission, and there's I think it's about ten states that do it right now. It might be about a dozen. Arizona is one of them. California is obviously one of the whole West Coast does this. Virginia does it. This is where basically a independent quote unquote bored or body is established that is not the legislature, which was originally intended by the founders. And these people basically get to draw the lines. And so it actually involves less people in most states, like here in Arizona. So they take the census data allegedly. They mix it all up and take the census data and so where you have an independent redistricting commission that commission is appointed in Arizona it's 5 people. There's two Republicans to Democrats and one independent. So basically it comes down to the one independent one person, one singular individual, and the entire state of Arizona decides all the lines for the state of Arizona. One of the most important states, top three most important states in the
Inflation Continues to Rise, Even With Altered CPI
"Inflation is rising the highest since 1982 Do you youngsters out there I want to remind you Ronald Reagan came into office Following Jimmy Carter Jimmy Carter created a horrific inflation situation Horrific We hadn't seen anything since Lyndon Johnson And Richard Nixon created a horrific inflation situation And it all results from massive government spending not tax cuts and the massive government spending You see the government can never take in enough money to cover it spending I don't care if you confiscate all the money from every rich person in the world It's not enough Try and trillions and trillions more And I've entitlement programs promises way into the future The consumer price index and inflation gauge that measures costs across dozens of items rose 7% in December from a year earlier The fastest pace since June 1982 Now just so you know the bureaucrats have tried to change the CPI So that it doesn't show the real cost of inflation but even having done that They can't hide it Now they say that was in line with economists estimates and stock market futures rose after the release Excluding food and energy so called core CPI was up 5.5% on the year the biggest growth since February 1991 Now why would you exclude food and energy
US airlines say China is forcing them to cancel some flights
"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting U. U. S. S. airlines airlines say say China China is is forcing forcing them them to to cancel cancel some some flights flights China China is is blocking blocking some some inbound inbound flights flights on on U. U. S. S. airlines airlines due due to to a a tightening tightening of of coded coded nineteen nineteen travel travel restrictions restrictions according according to to industry industry officials officials more more than than a a dozen dozen recent recent and and future future flights flights on on U. U. S. S. airlines airlines have have been been blocked blocked from from entering entering China China American American Airlines Airlines United United Airlines Airlines and and delta delta airlines airlines have have all all had had flights flights cancelled cancelled China China is is wary wary of of covert covert nineteen nineteen outbreaks outbreaks as as it it prepares prepares to to host host the the winter winter Olympics Olympics next next month month inbound inbound airline airline passengers passengers must must be be tested tested before before departure departure and and after after arriving arriving and and capacity capacity on on inbound inbound flights flights is is limited limited to to seventy seventy five five percent percent hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting U. U. S. S. airlines airlines say say China China is is forcing forcing them them to to cancel cancel some some flights flights China China is is blocking blocking some some inbound inbound flights flights on on U. U. S. S. airlines airlines due due to to a a tightening tightening of of covert covert nineteen nineteen travel travel restrictions restrictions according according to to industry industry officials officials more more than than a a dozen dozen recent recent and and future future flights flights on on U. U. S. S. airlines airlines have have been been blocked blocked from from entering entering China China American American Airlines Airlines United United Airlines Airlines and and delta delta airlines airlines have have all all had had flights flights cancelled cancelled China China is is wary wary of of covert covert nineteen nineteen outbreaks outbreaks as as it it prepares prepares to to host host the the winter winter Olympics Olympics next next month month inbound inbound airline airline passengers passengers must must be be tested tested before before departure departure and and after after arriving arriving and and capacity capacity on on inbound inbound flights flights is is limited limited to to seventy seventy five five percent percent hi hi
Michael Anton Comments on Dr. Fauci Implying Sen. Paul Is Responsible for Death Threats
"Last question you just saw this phenomenon Rand Paul and I don't know what you saw didn't but Rand Paul and Doctor Fauci up on Capitol Hill where Doctor Fauci who Michael is a public figure paid by you my and everyone else in the audience's tax dollars He's not a private physician Using a government account engaged in some suspicious behavior with Francis Collins about the GBD authors Jay botta char and others So Rand Paul calls him out and Fauci starts implying that Rand Paul's responsible for the death threats he's getting Saying it to a guy Michael with no sense of self awareness at all who was literally attacked by his neighbor Rand Paul and put in the hospital I mean if that isn't a moment like one of the greatest self owns of all time I've never I really don't know what compares I don't know who came up with this line but it's a great line I wish I knew so that I could give him credit whoever it is It goes like this Our speech is violence their violence is speech So when the left takes to the streets in the middle of 2000 and burn cities and smashes and loots and I don't know how many people died but it was something around three dozen That's all called mostly peaceful protests and an expression of free speech When the right says something like hey you know funded gain of function research and lied about it and that gain of function research may have led to the COVID pandemic that's destroyed our economy and led to all of these ridiculous mandates talking about it and that becomes violence It's a complete inversion redefinition It's a way of using words as weapons and confounding people so that they can't see clearly what's going on and what's being taken away
Myanmar's Suu Kyi sentenced to 4 more years in prison
"Myanmar's Myanmar's Aung Aung sung sung suu suu kyi kyi has has been been sentenced sentenced to to four four more more years years in in prison prison legal legal official official says says the the goal goal sentencing sentencing chief chief after after finding finding her her guilty guilty of of illegally illegally importing importing and and possessing possessing walkie walkie talkies talkies and and violating violating coronavirus coronavirus restrictions restrictions the the noble noble peace peace prize prize laureate laureate was was convicted convicted last last month month on on two two other other charges charges and and given given a a four four year year sentence sentence then then which which was was then then a a hall hall but but the the head head of of the the military military installed installed government government the the cases cases are are among among a a dozen dozen goals goals against against suu suu kyi kyi since since the the army army seize seize power power loss loss February February I'll I'll sing sing her her elected elected government government suu suu kyi kyi supporters supporters say say the the charges charges against against a a contrived contrived to to legitimize legitimize the the military's military's actions actions I'm I'm Charles Charles Taylor Taylor this this
Watershed moment in NYC: New law allows noncitizens to vote
"More more than than eight eight hundred hundred thousand thousand noncitizens noncitizens end end dreamers dreamers in in New New York York City City will will have have access access to to the the ballot ballot box box after after mayor mayor Eric Eric Adams Adams allowed allowed legislation legislation to to automatically automatically become become law law on on Sunday Sunday the the legislation legislation was was approved approved by by the the city city council council last last month month that that would would take take effect effect as as early early as as next next year year opponents opponents have have said said they they plan plan to to challenge challenge it it unless unless the the courts courts intervene intervene New New York York becomes becomes the the first first major major U. U. S. S. city city to to grant grant widespread widespread municipal municipal voting voting rights rights to to non non citizens citizens allowing allowing them them to to vote vote in in local local elections elections but but not not federal federal or or statewide statewide more more than than a a dozen dozen communities communities across across the the U. U. S. S. already already allowed allowed noncitizens noncitizens to to cast cast ballots ballots in in local local elections elections Julie Julie Walker Walker New New York York
Families despair over post-holiday return to remote learning
"A a growing growing number number of of school school districts districts are are moving moving classes classes online online as as co co bad bad surges surges most most school school districts districts appear appear to to be be returning returning to to in in person person learning learning but but other other large large school school systems systems including including those those in in Newark Newark New New Jersey Jersey Milwaukee Milwaukee and and Cleveland Cleveland have have gone gone back back to to remote remote learning learning as as infections infections skyrocket skyrocket and and sideline sideline staff staff members members dozens dozens of of smaller smaller districts districts have have followed followed including including many many around around Detroit Detroit Chicago Chicago and and Washington Washington president president Biden Biden who who campaigned campaigned on on a a promise promise to to re re open open classrooms classrooms is is pressing pressing schools schools to to remain remain open open with with vaccines vaccines and and regular regular virus virus testing testing his his administration administration has has said said there's there's no no reason reason to to keep keep schools schools closed closed but but in in some some districts districts testing testing supplies supplies are are scarce scarce and and many many districts districts have have low low vaccination vaccination rates rates I'm I'm Rita Rita folate folate
Where's the Investigation of the Attacks on the Portland Courthouse?
"Where's the investigation of constant attacks for more than a hundred days in a row on the Portland federal courthouse with dozens of federal agents and local police injured? Media and Democrats response? Oh, they claim the federal agents being attacked were storm troopers. There have been hundreds of riots organized across America, directed at local and federal government buildings and police, with hundreds injured and dozens killed. Where's the FBI page dedicated to identifying the organizers of those attacks like the January 6th riot page, the FBI has? We could also point to the completely different way that such incidents are pursued and prosecuted with anyone even within spitting distance of the capitol. On January 6th, seemingly charged, yet people actively attacking the Portland federal courthouse over months, not being charged. In addition to Garland's lie about one rule of law, he did something else that was very troublesome. When he spoke about, quote, 5 officers who responded selflessly to the attack that day who have since lost their lives. Nick arama from Greg state says the death of an officer is tragic and officers should be honored. But the way he phrased it was to suggest they died because of the riot when they died from things like a stroke or suicide. The comment is deliberately misleading to Americans. So yes, let's talk again about how nonpolitical and one rule he is. Yeah, right. Sure.
Dozens of protesters killed in Kazakhstan; 12 police dead
"Authorities authorities in in Kazakhstan Kazakhstan say say dozens dozens of of protesters protesters have have been been killed killed in in attacks attacks on on government government buildings buildings in in the the capital capital one one of of the the dead dead offices offices was was found found beheaded beheaded the the state state news news channel channel has has reported reported police police saying saying there there were were tens tens to to storm storm buildings buildings in in all all Monty Monty overnight overnight and and dozens dozens of of attacks attacks because because liquidated liquidated they they say say the the reported reported attempts attempts to to storm storm the the buildings buildings came came off off to to widespread widespread unrest unrest in in the the city city on on Wednesday Wednesday including including seizure seizure of of the the mails mails building building which which was was set set on on fire fire the the news news channel channel sites sites the the city city commander's commander's office office the the saying saying well well over over three three hundred hundred law law enforcement enforcement officers officers were were injured injured in in addition addition to to those those killed killed because because Exxon Exxon is is experiencing experiencing the the worst worst street street protests protests the the country country has has seen seen since since gaining gaining independence independence I'm I'm Charles Charles Taylor Taylor this this month month
COVID-19 cases cut cruise short, cancel other sailings
"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting cobit cobit nineteen nineteen cases cases cut cut a a cruise cruise short short and and forced forced cancellations cancellations of of other other sailings sailings a a breakout breakout of of covert covert nineteen nineteen cases cases has has cut cut short short what what was was supposed supposed to to be be an an eleven eleven day day cruise cruise from from Miami Miami the the Norwegian Norwegian pearl pearl which which left left port port Monday Monday returns returns to to Miami Miami Wednesday Wednesday because because several several dozen dozen crew crew members members got got infected infected with with cold cold at at nineteen nineteen and and a a five five day day cruise cruise aboard aboard the the Norwegian Norwegian get get away away that that was was supposed supposed to to leave leave port port in in Miami Miami Wednesday Wednesday was was canceled canceled late late Tuesday Tuesday all all told told Norwegian Norwegian cruise cruise line line said said it it canceled canceled sailings sailings on on eight eight of of its its ships ships in in the the U. U. S. S. and and abroad abroad to to protect protect the the health health and and safety safety of of guests guests crew crew members members and and communities communities hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi
Philadelphia fire kills at least 13, including 7 children
"A a fire fire in in a a Philadelphia Philadelphia duplexes duplexes killed killed over over a a dozen dozen people people including including children children officials officials in in Philadelphia Philadelphia were were visibly visibly shaken shaken as as they they updated updated the the media media on on what what could could be be the the single single deadliest deadliest fire fire in in the the city city in in over over a a hundred hundred years years mayor mayor Jim Jim Kenney Kenney losing losing so so many many kids kids devastating devastating deputy deputy fire fire commissioner commissioner Craig Craig Murphy Murphy says says numbers numbers could could grow grow but but at at least least thirteen thirteen people people including including seven seven children children were were killed killed eight eight people people escape escape and and two two others others were were taken taken to to area area hospitals hospitals works works far far as as I've I've ever ever been been to to he he says says the the fire fire is is under under investigation investigation there there were were four four smoke smoke detectors detectors in in that that building building and and none none of of them them operate operate twenty twenty six six people people were were staying staying in in the the two two public public housing housing units units in in the the divided divided row row house house with with eighteen eighteen people people in in the the upstairs upstairs apartment apartment I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king
'We were trapped': Trauma of Jan. 6 lingers for lawmakers
"Lawmakers lawmakers all all remembering remembering the the trauma trauma of of a a year year ago ago wondering wondering if if they'd they'd survive survive the the capital capital right right most most house house members members had had already already been been rushed rushed out out of of the the chamber chamber but but about about three three dozen dozen Democrats Democrats were were above above the the floor floor in in the the balcony balcony rioters rioters were were banging banging on on the the doors doors as as police police build build barricades barricades I I was was at at that that moment moment where where I I realized realized we we were were trapped trapped at at that that that that we we weren't weren't getting getting out out Colorado's Colorado's Jason Jason crow crow a a former former army army ranger ranger who who served served in in war war zones zones went went into into range range remote remote I'm I'm gonna gonna have have to to make make a a stand stand there there we we got got to to fight fight our our way way out out crow crow says says he he was was ready ready to to pull pull the the trigger trigger if if needed needed but but the the lawmakers lawmakers did did get get out out to to running running through through the the tunnels tunnels below below the the capital capital honestly honestly we we thought thought we we were were being being chased chased new new Hampshire's Hampshire's Annie Annie Kuster Kuster says says her her phone phone rang rang her her son son was was watching watching the the riots riots on on TV TV I I said said I'm I'm I'm I'm alive alive honey honey I I can't can't talk talk right right now now we're we're running running for for life life I'll I'll call call you you right right back back but but I'm I'm going going to to be be okay okay Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington
Taking a step back: US colleges returning to online classes
"With with covert covert cases cases surging surging dozens dozens of of US US colleges colleges are are moving moving classes classes online online again again for for at at least least the the first first week week or or so so of of the the semester semester someone someone it it could could stretch stretch longer longer if if the the wave wave of of infection infection doesn't doesn't subside subside soon soon Harvard Harvard says says a a return return to to campus campus is is scheduled scheduled for for late late January January conditions conditions permitting permitting the the university university of of Chicago Chicago is is delaying delaying for for two two weeks weeks some some others others are are inviting inviting students students back back to to campus campus but but starting starting classes classes online online including including Michigan Michigan State State University University many many colleges colleges open open extra extra week week or or two two will will get get them them past past the the peak peak of of the the nationwide nationwide spike spike driven driven by by the the highly highly contagious contagious Omicron Omicron variant variant still still the the surges surges casting casting uncertainty uncertainty over over semester semester many many had had hoped hoped would would be be the the closest closest to to normal normal since since the the start start of of the the pandemic pandemic I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker
"dozens" Discussed on KOMO
"Dozens of state employees are suing the governor hoping to avoid getting the covid vaccine more from Cuomo's Jeff Pocatello lawsuit says the governor's vaccine mandate for state employees amounts to a purge of religious workers filed and conservative Walla Walla County. The suit represents numerous state employees, many of whom work at the state penitentiary. It says requiring vaccines as a condition of employment will force out people with the specific ideology, which they say is against the law. However, the courts of typically upheld vaccine requirements in the past, according to the Northwest News Network. But the lawsuit also contends the vaccine mandates are a violation of privacy, separation of powers and the Washington law against discrimination. The governor's office says they have not yet reviewed the suit, but they are confident in the legality and necessity of vaccine mandates. Jeff Pooja will come on you state workers are running out of time to meet the coronavirus vaccine mandate. It's your last chance to get the Pfizer vaccine to meet the October 18th deadline. October. 4th is the last day to get the one dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine. Hospital leaders in our states say there's still packed in the biggest limit on how many patients they can take as the number of staff they have for the labor heavy care of covid patients needed Washington State Hospital Association VP Tayeb really says outside healthcare workers just aren't available, so they asked. You vaccinated, where your mask stay off of letters and away from dangerous activities that might land you in the hospital and do your part to keep the pressure off of our health care system. Bradley says more than 95% of Covid patients are unvaccinated in that adds to the stress on hospital staff, she says. We're not yet at crisis standards of care, which is essentially healthcare rationing. But she says the current situation leaves many people waiting. For the care they need. Local union, carpenters and their employers would have to return to the table and hammer out an 11th hour deal to prevent a strike combos. Ryan Harris has the update. Northwest Carpenter's union members voted by a slim 56 to 44% to strike. The main sticking points on the offer from associated General Contractors of Washington are the pay raise, which was more than 20% over four years and parking reimbursement contracts prevent some sites from being shut down like the Coleman Ferry dock and the convention center. Those workers will donate two hours of pay each day for the striking workers fund. So the unions, Evelyn Shapiro says, um are off of the job and walking the picket line and getting some strike paydirt just help them through with a little bit of groceries for their family, and the rest of our members are feeling it. Also, a statement from a G C reads, in part that it believes the most recent union proposal was fair and quote. We are disappointed in the outcome, but continue to believe that both of our future successes are dependent on the continued You ation of our partnership. Ryan Harris. KOMO NEWS Edmonds Police are now looking for an arsonist. Cuomo's Kelly Bleier reports. They believe this weekend's fire to strip mall was intentionally set. The fire at the Plum Tree Plaza broke out just after 5 30 Saturday morning, and 75. Firefighters were able to get it under control within 40 minutes, but not before it did a lot of damage to the 14 businesses there. All of them suffered smoke and water damage, and four of them were all but destroyed. Sergeant Josh McClure says. They've already gathered plenty of evidence. The motive is going to be something that we hopefully will Uncover when we get the suspect in custody or suspects in custody right now we have physical evidence, and, um For relying on that to determine that it wasn't arson. But why happened? We're not exactly sure. And we're hoping the suspects will be able to tell us why. Police are also soliciting the public's help Kelly Blair Comeau News and for the Beacon Plumbing sports desk. Monday night football going on right now? In the fourth quarter, it's the Ravens leading the Raiders, 24 to 17 and a T Mobile park. Top of the third right now, Mariners, head of the Red Sox, 2 to 1. Almost Bill Swart says. Washington Husky football fans are grumbling about the team's poor start a stunning home loss to Montana. Then a humbling 31 10 defeat at Michigan has Washington Huskies looking for answers. You does not been able to run the football much nor stop the other guys from running the rock Saturday. The dogs are 15 point home favorites against Arkansas State. With one of one, um when one and one U. S. C. Takes on one and one Washington state employment Saturday, the Trojans will have a new interim head coach Dante Williams of 14 Point home loss to Stanford was the final straw, Southern Cal, dismissing Clay Helton after six years in charge before he took the Seattle Seahawks job. Pete Carroll built USC into a national power and he knows the great expectations. Like John McKay always said. By far the toughest matchup we ever had was with Stanford and And so it carries a lot of weight, so unfortunately, they had to make a change. Carol Seahawks won their NFL season opener 28 16 over the Colts, and they have Tennessee coming to town. Sunday. The Titans wave placekicker Michael Badge Lee, one day after he missed an extra point and a field goal sports attended 40 after the hour. Bill Schwartz come on is last night in Seattle Mariners beat the Boston Red Sox 5 to 4. Every detail.
"dozens" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Dozens of foreigners, including Americans left Kabul on an international commercial flight, marking the first large scale evacuation since US and NATO forces left Afghanistan late last month. Their departure represents a breakthrough in the bumpy coordination between the US and Afghanistan's new Taliban leaders. The Taliban have said they will let foreigners and Afghans with valid travel documents leave. But a days long standoff over charter planes at another airport had cost some doubt on Talibans assurances. The Qatar Airways flight is heading to Doha. A senior U. S. Officials said that Americans, green card holders and other nationalities including Germans, Hungarians and Canadians are on the flight. I'm serious, Shockley Los Cabos resort region on the tip of Mexico's Baja California had a close brush with Hurricane Olaf more at town hall dot com. I'm Rhonda Rocks trip. It's all in good fun, ingest research on beards and wads of gum among the winners of a spoof on the Nobel Prize. Ed Donahue has the latest in this report. An ignoble goes to researchers at the University of Utah who found out beards Don't just make a fashion statement they can protect a man's delicate facial bones from a punch in the face absorbing the force of the punch. No faces were actually punched to determine this. A team of Navy researchers one for figuring out a cheaper and more effective way to control Cockroaches on submarines. Using the pesticide died. Clark Bose was less expensive and more effective. Also, researchers from a Spanish university determined, already chewed gum.
"dozens" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Dozens of Americans and other foreigners have flown out of Kabul in the first large scale departure since the U. S withdrawal from Afghanistan. We had been hearing that the Taliban was refusing to allow these chartered planes to leave the, um The airport. But this is the first plane. I think it's with Qatar Airlines that was allowed to leave, and we know there are dozens of Americans on board. So that is good news. Yeah. Um, it's very difficult to get any actual information from that part of the world now, because we don't have anybody there. We do know that there are private organizations that have Such as Glenn Becks. Glenn Beck has, uh, has, uh, gotten a lot of people together and and making plans and organizing the rescue of a lot of people. But we don't know who You know who's involved in what Plans and how many. We don't know how many people were dealing with and that's really frustrating part as, UH, Rachel Sutherland told us just a few minutes ago, said We really don't know. How many Americans are there where they are, and I don't understand that. How can how can the government? Yeah, I don't know how you track of American citizens in a war zone, and there may as well be some who don't want to leave. I mean, you don't know what people's individual situations are. I mean, if they have family there, etcetera. Did you hear about this? In Omaha. In Nebraska. Yeah, I know. Okay. You did hear about that? No, No, I was in Nebraska. Yeah, I heard about that. I think, um, when we were learning the states Yeah. In elementary school. No, Here's the story. At the zoo in Omaha, the Henry Doorly Zoo. They had to clear out visitors yesterday, and they had to put them inside buildings and lock the doors. Because there was a £5000 rhino that escape. Oh, my goodness. And those things can move pretty fast for very huge animals and their and they are not friendly. No, they escaped its enclosure. The rhino terribly, not terribly bright. He wasn't trying to get out of the zoo. He was just grazing in an area adjacent to the rhino barn, but he had gotten out. So hopefully they captured him. They did. They managed to put him back. All right. You've been using your microwave all wrong all these years. I haven't I haven't been using Iran now. You haven't. I think most of us have been. I figured this out on my own most of us. He opened up the microwave. You stick the whatever your heating up. In the middle right? Because you feel like, well, that's where the most of the right the heating stuff is going to go. And then the plate comes out and.
"dozens" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Dozens of people six months before that event were of reporting to me that they had a sense of impending catastrophe similar to the summer before 9 11. And I think you know right now. There is, of course, many reasons for collective anxiety. You know, we have instability. We're living in a cycle of turbulence. We have multiple disasters happening at the same time. We have instability. There's war. There's certainly the pandemic itself. Never mind all of the theories or possibilities about how it started and where it's going. So I think that pre cognitive dreams feed into that sense of discomfort and and being troubled by the magnitude of uncertainty that we're living with. You've heard of Lynn McTaggart. You probably know Len. Oh, sure. Yeah, she and we were talking last week about intention. And I asked her. A specific question, I said, is the one Just as strong as the many when it comes to a some kind of intention experiment and she said no, she said, the many collectively are bigger and it works better. Than the one and I still have problems understanding that I because I'm wondering if there's that one individual out there who was so good at this. If he or she far outshines the group. What do you think? Well, I I think it's really, really powerful question. Um, I think that there are you know there are quote unquote evil geniuses. There are people who are able to Tap into you know the the forces if you will, or archetypal forces of of destruction, just like there are archetypal forces of love and compassion. And so, um, I think that that certainly that is quite It is quite understandable that there could be several ones as you say out there. Who have the ability to to kind of create or generate a kind of a malignant kind of event, like the pandemic or or like or like a wave of Of conflict in combat or malevolent kind of events, which we're certainly seeing in the news. You're seeing a lot of a lot of violence on a scale that Even after 20 years working in newsrooms. I've never seen a wave of such bizarre violent events as we're seeing right now, and it could be that there is, you know, one or two or that there are several people who know how to tap into that fury and rage and to generate, um you know, a cycle, which is what we're saying. In this case, the cycle of behavior that is very destructive. What is Laurie? The sixth sense phenomena? Uh, sixth sense, of course, is should say, of course. But six cents is the ability to perceive something spontaneously without the conscious use of reasoning. And when we're specifically talking about the sixth sense, um I like to think of it as like a satellite dish in the brain that's able to pick up impressions from something unseen. Whether we're talking about the collective unconscious or whether we're talking about something telepathic. Picking up something that's going on in somebody else's mind or being able to do what remote viewers do, which is to, you know, pick up on a target on a different geographic location, or at another point in time. So I think of it as a kind of like a satellite dish and a kind of data collection ability that everybody has, as I said, to one degree or another. Is E s P have anything to do with us extrasensory perception. I think, extrasensory percent perception is the way we describe people who have the awareness and the gift If you will of, um Of going into that sixth sense part of the mind at will, and being able to pick up events or targets things that haven't happened yet, or Dream about people who you haven't seen in a long time. And then suddenly that person appears in your life after you've had a dream. So I think of ESPN the ability to harness the success, But that's my personal definition of it. Do you find Lori that most successful people in business or life in general? Have these abilities. Absolutely. You know, George, I've interviewed and in my book six sense I've interviewed quite a number of very successful business visionaries of and creative People of Francis Ford Coppola and Arianna Huffington, which is the people that I interviewed as well as some very, very successful business entrepreneurs in the in the fashion industry. And everybody attributed their success to being able to trust that hunch or follow that vision and follow that sixth sense and actually, one of my one of my favorite stories And one of my favorite people actually was an inventor named Jerry Prying in Utah and Jerry had 1/4 grade reading level. He was very He was dyslexic, used to have to have people read roadsides to him when he was driving during, you know the era before GPS. And he would see in his mind's eye, the design of surgical instruments and other you know, technical engineering devices, and he actually used that success. To successfully design some vacuum based devices that NASA used on the first mission to the moon, and he said that he attributed His success to being able to capture and execute what he saw in the sixth in his expense. Laurie, We're going to come back in a moment here on coast to coast and the continued chatting with you magnificent work, and then we'll take calls with you next hour on coast to coast Am.
"dozens" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"I'll just say that. Our trades allowed our thing i would just say to these brands parlance the mega powers united. It would be something pretty spectacular. I don't think we need i. I love that pat there but the third player brenick. I know you know to now college. Football is crazy. it's crazy. I mean that would be honestly. We would never if ran walker and i were a team. They will have to stop the leak. There's no way we would lose. We would never lose a game ever under. We pow belonged for the right which we great love pat. But we would go undefeated when you'd be a competition. We'll be like the dream team in ninety two would be wiping teams out by average march. Eight ten points a game. I would say so. But bremer's goes on teams with pf and with and they're good right out there that one three they want. I don't know he's with one of the girls who had a book list friend friend. Yeah yeah so. I mean i wish them well. I don't want to break that team up. Because that's that's exactly what i wanna do. What rico's guilty of know teams are team. So maybe we just mean pat. I don't know maybe just it'll be on the team just in what your case go ahead. I think i'm really good at current pop culture stuff definitely know more about current sports than probably you or pat kind. I definitely would no more music questions like recent. So i think i think i would kind of fit in well with the. I'm overwhelmed. i'm sold. I'm overwhelmed really overwhelmed. I well chris thank you thank you. What get what. Guess we have to thank. Jesus trista creek jeff the walker and those guys rico bosco and right. Yep a lot of calls. What a day. what a day. And we've accomplished as usual. Nothing we have lost with. I think a team right now. End the day with nobody. And you don't have the next taping on the books right so you've got some. You might have a week to figure this out again. You're traveling for a week like this is. We did traveling with stephen. I couple of times. I don't mind that sounds that's actually something. You look forward to at night in the frigging hotel too. But i i don't know i don't know left buff that will have to figure it out. We're back monday with mike. Yes okay thanks. Great sponsors quantum underscore week. Is that right now. It's right dot com and you're on tomorrow. We're doing hooters hoosiers and don't dream it's over. Where what khurana gets a little too to me gets old too concerned like the composition of the song. Mary technical sometime. I think it will take over the audience. I agree with you but he likes it. It makes them headaches unhappy. Sing too so he you know. He thinks he's a great singer he really does. And he's really definitely great singer. He's very nice guy. And congratulations to them on their Their subscription service which starts monday. I believe right. I don't think so. I think they're still under contract but patriots right patriots dot com white underscore power for i believe right for the gerry callahan. Showdown nice is that. They're having a good strange name. Everyone likes each other. I actually the only issues jerry. And i right now right jerry. Jerry knows a joke. Care if you chris curtis for dumping on get mad at me for dumping on them. It doesn't make any sense doesn't know all right there you go so -gratulations them as well. We'll talk to you monday. This was pretty reprehensible. I don't know how it can be anybody's idea humor..
"dozens" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Thing yeah a real major league games. We played all right. I guess she's not there off talking about that and everything here. I guess that that today. I think that's somebody noticed it. Yesterday was game stupid game this. Today's dj baseball trading deadline yesterday was not at four pm. Big deals last night. Yes huge my yankees stepping up gave them a punch in that lineup. Which we needed to much judy. None of punch got it now. The joey votto surigao joey joey. Gallo and Who's the other guy who that somebody else we get. Somebody else cubs anthony original anthony. Rizzo yes gone from the cubs max. Scherzer is with the dodgers along with trae turner a very good shortstop from the best shortstops in baseball with with researchers say deal on june of a million profit prospects. You know if. I like that. I don't like the prospects i keep my guys. Tommy smokes was killing The yankees what's his face. Hasn't it for a high batting average gallo right gala does not know he's he gives his four hundred. You know yeah you. Gals like dave kingman. Only if he could walk. Yeah so king could walk. You'd have joey gala. We'll stay walkie. Maybe in the hall of fame. Now so yeah. They've was like a legendary asshole. Oh yeah the media bergerson de dead rat fucking jerk. Oh it says it says august twelfth the field of dreams game. I remember doing promote. Oh thanks to. Mike ahead of heard on a bus back this weekend. Does that make sense. It's on that field. I'll be in that state that day. I think she go. That's exciting shitty that movie. Oh no no no terrible rate movie. Terrible i mean it. I'll cry at end because it's like it's like pulling your i mean if you don't cry at the end of that it's so sentimental such crap. Did you not have it in a top. Your top five sports movies. I did not. I did not know as i've gotten older. I've liked the lesson muscle. Great terrible is terribly casted. It makes no sense. That james jones even the fucking movie. It's stupid dumb. The only thing. I like berlin castro. That's he's great. Is that story. Line gives up his dreams to help the. That's amazing that's great. It's a really good movie. That chick the little girl choke to death and play baseball buddies. That's up across annoying anyway. Great doctors banger. Back away -firmative solution token. It's just it's no no you know as i've gotten older. I hate to say my brother happening. I like costner less. And less as i no i. He's a man of time too much better early nineties. Late eighties hasn't translate now like what cost her movie. Or you like while costumes. Great in that movie boy be like one of my favorite movies. He's really good. Field of dreams plays himself okay. Man's get that same fucking laid back like you never flipped the script ever know he had terrible. Jfk is. he's miscast they're terribly miscast. Fault with wolves fucking miscast either directed but you know he's miscast. I the one that the second one. He directed open rain. Yes that's probably my favorite kevin costner movie. The last twenty five years ten cup. That's up to was ninety six. I think oh yes. I like him and tin cup. But the same thing that you like him in bull durham. But it's like i even now. He does much mccalla which i watch. It's dumb Right the paramount right. Yeah he thinks he's a fucking boy is stupid stupid but feel dreams has schlocky though it is schlocky. I really love that movie. Why because it hits all the right. Beats the of your dad. What do you need that movie for. An issue the daddy to compensate for it. He's been dead for many years. So is that true die of ninety. Four guy can't arison now ten years. What kind of cancer. it matassa. Yeah where to begin in has been to stickier. They don't really know. They got it so he was only forty two so they hold you now forty one. That's a we. I'm a long time together. That's strange day locked up by diagnosed at thirty eight. And i can. I turn thirty. Like a whole whole lot is fourteen. Your mom remarried. Yes nice guy. Good guy why are you say good. Why saying like that no he. No he jail voice justin. Yeah a little bit. January is a a good person. You concern me kind of your dad. No not at all they are seven doing. You're not my dad your own. No it's more like kids as well or did they didn't have kids though. No no okay. You get along with those kids. Don't really see him very relationship. Your step by stepbrother. Step just brothers. Yes and they've been married so long. You must be weird though it. I was also kinda out of the house. Seventeen like no. I have a younger sister so she kinda had. You know had to hard on her but for me. The wasn't wasn't a huge mom. Wait long enough. In retrospect fill fuels fast. I think so excel. I was sick for a long time. Yeah i think so. What was it like a three years right there years. How long before. Start dating the guy. Oh the they did get engaged or married all in the same period. Okay so pretty fast shows okay. She didn't like six weeks after no. No it wasn't like yeah. Sure isn't hitting on guys the funeral and she did you. Does he know your you know your debt. No okay totally different. Yes okay. what's nice. Nice that she's found that nobody is weird. Outliving your you're getting close to that. It's really weird. Feeling tommy lee jones line at the end of no country for old memories. Like i'm a much older than my dad. Ever was jason. You're obviously. They're a long way from that but it's going to be a very strange thing. Yes very strange thing you do you running. Not jeez That's interesting okay. Well there you go dwells dave. What'd you think about the scarlet. Your hands and stuff. Oh yeah we'll do. What did you say. I recommend this selectquote. By the way selectquote has been around for over.
"dozens" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"Their own life and they have to be authoritarians who tell everybody how to live and what to do and of course. We're supposed to believe very sincerely in personal liberty and knock collective authoritarianism. But i wanna start off with this story about the government seizing websites all over the middle east especially targeted iran. Seizing the websites. And why would they do such a thing. So i think this is important because you know There's a big fight going on in in the crypto world and how people can protect it so i think this is a very serious. I wonder why they're doing this. It's the us government amazingly imagine here. I thought it was the iranians doing it to their people. Kim jong no no no no. It's a biden administration. Oh boy i'll tell you but that they that is sure mass on there but it is part of what's going on in the world but it's really pretty sad that we're leading we're leading charge on this you know if if if we had to deal with these securities The security in the gulf of mexico and the chesapeake bay. You'd be a little bit different but here we are over there. Always the name of national security. There's always a justification for this and They want They want to make sure that everybody knows that we can take care of it. We can close them out and We own the world we have big empire weakening though the power the power i think is obviously going so i think this is. This is significant leap. I i don't know what what Justification it is for it because most of the time authoritarianism isn't justified except from their narrow Their narrow desires. You know just to have more land or our power more weapons or win a war so this This i think is very significant and we need to keep an eye on this one. It's important because the us's dozens of websites Thirty some of them From iran and let's put up this first clip because if you clicked on press tv. Which is the iranian government. Funded main Media source. Let's put. That first clipper fruit. Hand if you clicked on press tv. This is what you would see when you went to their website. This website has been seized the domain press. Tv dot com has been seized by the us government in accordance with she seizure warrant issued pursuant to dotted honored under the officer export enforcement and the fbi. So to be honest. Talk paul and i. I saw the story and i started thinking about it. I thought perhaps it was a hoax. I thought maybe the iranian government sees its own websites to make the us government look bad because it's hard to believe that the us government would be so ham fisted in the way that it treats a foreign media outlets in media outlets in general because he always talks about the rules-based international order. Which of course the bedrock of that is freedom of expression freedom of the press freedom of the media in if we go to that second one and i was skeptical. I honestly for a while. I thought maybe this fake but look at the second clip. That i have the next one. No i'm going to the justice. Department's website tuesday june twenty second. Twenty twenty one. They actually did seize this and their justification was that the the websites were disguised as news organizations but they were targeting. The us with disinformation campaigns. So that therefore justifies the us government taking them down Office decide you can take that down now. I've i've actually been on press tv many times. Probably go to jail. But they hold a debate and they're critical of us one policy. Obviously it's i know that it's you know it's associated with the iranian government. We know that rt's associated with the with the russian government. We know that voice of america which been on is associated with the american government. The point is the idea is getting out there. And never have i been on there. And if i've been told what to say told what i can't say never even asked me what my opinion was about something before having me on because it simply debate in its criticism of the us of four policy occasionally it with regard to the iran of talks in the iran iran deal. But the reason. I couldn't believe it's true is because it's happening at the key point in. Us government talks with iran. It almost makes me think. Dr paul that there is a deep state out there. That doesn't want these talks to go on. That wouldn't surprise me but you know yesterday. We talked a little bit about The quota botanist says that Anything hiti sizes constitutional and And permissible so if he He he said that. And there's always some justification for this You know daniel yesterday mentioned the fact that nine hundred ninety eight. I stood up against the iraqi freedom act which really was led to be the justification for eventually declaring war or go on going in and Per to you know participating in war against iraq. Which is what i complain about. Nine hundred ninety eight but you know even for this case It cited for doing this Seizing of these websites. as the iran freedom support act thousand six and Well biden was a senator there. I'm so sure he supported that it. But there's some token Justification to make it look quasi-legal or quasi moral. We got permission to do this. But of course my argument yesterday and it could be applied to all these events They have enough guidance. In the constitution we're presidents. Don't have as much authority but yesterday or whenever they did this seizing these websites it i. I don't remember congress even being well. Maybe they informed their three best friends. There they don't really inform the congress. The people don't know that might be the people say well. You know that doesn't make sense. Maybe they're gonna do that to us. And it's not like we're we're checking up on them because there in the gulf of mexico. I mean we're we're over there Deciding that their websites You know our threat to our national security. Anyway it it can backfire on us and And that's what. I think that we have to be cautious about the whole thing is so orwellian because as you say under the guise of the iran freedom support act. They take down news website so freedom equal censorship. a few Sends and the whole thing was done on a technicality because press tv dot com dot com dot net those are technically us domains so essentially took down us. Companies us parked websites and You know that's how they were able to do it. But the thing is i is. It makes the. Us look like the laughing stock of the world in a very sick way because put up if you can put that additional one that i said that additional this is secretary of state. Antony blinken Tweeting just a little over a month ago on world press freedom day. The united states continues to advocate for press freedom the safety of journalists worldwide. An access to information on off-line a free and independent press ensures. The public has access to information. Knowledge is power secretary of state. Lincoln will join shawn's rots away slowly dying in jail while the us government takes down websites that are critical of us foreign policy. It really is..
"dozens" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Pound Gaza with dozens and dozens of airstrikes around the clock. Hamas also firing dozens of rockets toward Israeli cities. No slowdown in the fighting of it calls by some, including President Biden for a ceasefire by both sides. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell says there's no valid comparison between Israel and Hamas completely reject. This obscene moral equivalent. Israel argues a ceasefire. Confused about the government's new mass wearing guidance. You're not alone. The CDC says People who are fully vaccinated no longer need to wear a mask indoors or outdoors and can stop social distancing in most places. Fully vaccinated means two weeks after the second Visor and Madonna vaccine or the one shot Johnson and Johnson. But if you are not vaccinated, you are expected to wear a mask. However, the CDC says everyone whether vaccinated or not needs to wear a mask in certain places like public transportation and hospitals. They are also required in some businesses, stores and states that have set their own rules. I'm Julie Walker. Shocks, which had been higher across the board on Wall Street have now turned mix right now the Dow is down about 74 points. The NASDAQ composite index 50 points higher the S and P four points lower. More on these stories that town hall dot com. Have a traumatizing childhood memory of an Easter icon. The big hunt was a big deal in our family, and I have this memory of running and excitedly reaching for eggs on Lee to have my big brother and sister sweep in and steal them at the last second, it's Ryan. And unfortunately, this is a traumatizing reality. Our faith and family mortgage team is seeing from families across the country..
"dozens" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors
"Biggest reason is like that helped me understand like financial management because it doesn't matter if you're making money. If you don't know what to do with that money if you're blowing your money if you're not saving it, you're not putting it away to be able to invest and grow for your future and then it also helps you understand like your money blueprint because. Something that outside of that book, but Darren Hardy Alive event with him a few years ago, and he was talking about. He's like the this was at are six figures, and above earners in that company and he was having a conversation. He's like. How do you go from six figures to seven figures like what's so special about this person versus this person? Why is this person making seven figures wiser person making six, and so he's like the seven figure earner has a thermostat. Thermostat, that's a different level than the six-figure, so it's it's the conversation in your head of okay. I imagine it like your. You have a house in Arizona one hundred and ten degrees out inside the house. Your thermostat is set for seventy degrees. If you open up all the windows in the now using this as an analogy of like a ton of out a bunch of money, so someone's Thermostat ten at seventy degrees, open all the windows. Money's pouring in close all the windows. Windows, what is the thermostat going to do? It's going to drop it back down to seventy degrees. People have that financial thermostat, so their financial thermostat is set for thirty grand a year. If they get any more money than that, they will lose it if their financial thermostat is set for a hundred grand a year. If they get more money than that, they will find a way to self sabotage. They will find a way to lose that money. They will find a way to. In however way, they are going to get rid of that money because of. Past programming from you're a child, and you know things like that, so it helps you become aware of those things because it doesn't matter people. WanNa make. Hundred grand a year five hundred grand a year, a million dollars a year in business, but if you get to that point, and you're losing all of your money, what's the point of being there? So you have to do the work here to raise your financial thermostat. Your personal development level actually be able to receive that money and actually be able to enjoy it. Yeah I. think that's a really really good point often overlooked. Yes, specifically. Everyone talks about how much you make, and no one brags about how much money you keep. Yes, yeah, right? That's not the sexy. Yeah, what are you? What are you keeping? And then what are you investing in? That's growing right, awesome, very cool Let's see if there's anything else in here. Zachary Jennings wants to know before you were working with pace. What kind of list were you falling? Or what kind of list leads we predominantly finding and have and then have your lease? Horses changed in the past year and a half. stayed the same. We taxed, and we cold call. Those are the two marketing channels that we do. hopefully tax slaski. It continues to last because it still works great for us, but we'll see with all this. Going on at the carriers I. Don't I don't see the last year I don't I. Don't think it will, but you know were preparing and hiring more cold callers and you know we're ready shift if we have to, but. texting cold calling lists all this. There's no secret list. We you know probate free foreclosure tax delinquent Evictions High Equity. Unknown Equity divorce all I mean all of them were I was I was doing all the ones I could afford to pull on the smaller niche when I was doing it by myself. But as more money coming in all of them still continue doing all of everybody's a prospect. Yeah, everybody, everybody's prospect. Yeah I still get? I told you all the time I saw his RBM, but it's it's still his like Jerry. I like. Send it to him. I'm like dude. Have me on your list like my parents house. Somehow it has me on their. What the heck. so and then guys. We're talking about traction, so if you guys are adamant about listening to it for me and my personal opinion is, you gotta download our on on audible. Get a grip is the fable story version? Of Traction so listen or read our listened to get a grip. By attraction book you have to buy has to be in your hands. and then Daniels. I guess we'll take. This is the last question from Daniel. Can you share some wisdom wisdom for the new guys? For New People the the biggest things that I would say. Is You know you have to Jim Rome is one of my favorite motivational speakers and eat. He talks about you have to work harder on yourself than you do on your job and so just having this conversation with one of our sales, guys nick. Yesterday's on like you have to work harder. Harder on yourself than you are on your job. Because we were talking about action items, and so for him, it was you know doing more personal development doing more sales training, so then he would be able to perform at an even higher level and reach his goals that he wants to achieve, and so you know that would be the biggest thing is. Working harder on yourself. Then you your job number one so doing the personal development learning not having analysis paralysis. We don't do anything besides learn. Don't become you know an event junkie, or you just go to events in you by courses, and all that and don't take any action, but understanding that you need to grow yourself, and then being you know taking aggressive action by being patient with the results that come in and that's. That's a hard balance. People very hard. Hard yeah I'm a very patient person. Like I was a runner in high school site Iran distant, so it just I understand the plugging away. I'm training for a marathon right now, so it's a you know it's a lot of running, and it's long runs, and it's just it's not going to happen overnight, and so that's what you have to look at your business is it's a marathon and and your training. Every day can't be running a marathon. That sounds awful. Right so! I'M GONNA. Let you think about what last thought you. WanNa leave listeners with guys mentioned in the beginning so maximum. We're doing our workshop. July tenth eleventh and Twelfth for having at the Phoenician If you guys want to check that out, go to disruptors DOT COM. Slash.
"dozens" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Dozens of therapies and treatments and another two hundred eleven are in the planning stages researchers are looking into how to attack the virus and cut its replication and rate of infection present also said findings could soon show how to control the main response and transfer antibodies from the blood of recovered patients president trump suspends funding to the World Health Organization we've told you about that but not everyone is on board world health organisation funding in the middle of the world pandemic democratic congressman Darren Soto tells me the whole thing could last two to three years total like the last pandemic in nineteen eighteen we have to keep that in mind in the world this is a great partner I also know about what Republican congressman Mike watts told me last week about China's influence on the WHL the Chinese propaganda it downplayed the severity of this outbreak but I do share understand what these concerns that we need to have the forms in the future some of the distribution of our fault data gene Wexler news ninety six point five W. DDL new army recruits are on their way to becoming soldiers the military branch resumed sending recruits to basic training Monday it had been on a two week pause on moving in perspective soldiers due to the virus it appears airlines are gonna keep employees on board during the corona virus pandemic the treasury department announced agreements between passenger air carriers and the trump administration on board Allegiant American delta southwest spirit and United the department says several others have indicated they plan to participate too as we continue to limit our interactions in practice social distancing consumer warrior Clark Howard is recommending a tool to help he says by using.
"dozens" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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"dozens" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Dozens of school kids were treated for breeding and skin issues Tuesday when the delta flight dump fuel at an unusually low altitude on an emergency retuned to LA acts the Los Angeles homeless services authorities announced it will receive nearly one hundred thirty million dollars from the US department of housing and urban development projects to help homeless people better call Saul will be back for its sixth and final season A. M. C. renewed at the breaking bad spinoff set to air next year meantime season five will premiere for them this season February twenty third check the roads next okay it's almost opening time got email photos of this season's line as a business owner you've got a million things to think about the conference leader dealing with second rate cable internet shouldn't be one but I did switch to eighteen T. internet for business so I've got this eighteen anti internet for business gives you ninety nine point nine percent reliability so you can focus on running your business really need to update the website and figure out whatever that was and even if the power suddenly goes out for for construction worker accidentally cut your cable line your internet stays connected on our wireless network with eighteen anti internet back on all right it's go time choose fast highly reliable eighteen T. internet for business and get a one hundred dollar eighteen TV is a war car go to a T. T. dot com slash business internet or call eight five five four three three five seven hundred eight five five four three three five seven hundred or visit the eighteen anti store today the eighteen T. V.'s reward card is issued by the Bancorp bank pursuant to a license from visa USA Inc can be used everywhere visa debit cards are accepted in the United States US Virgin Islands no cash access the Bancorp bank member FDIC this year's switching schools is easier than you think futures academy offers your teenager strong academics and the confidence to succeed features academy an accredited private school delivers personalized instruction enroll now to receive a five hundred dollar scholarship but a futures dot EDU that features dot EDU.
"dozens" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Dozens of of views as a group but you know I compare your your education your background year almost a clone of President Bush forty one I think you came up with privilege I think your father was an attorney I think you grew up in Marblehead you went to a private school I your fantastic edgy thank you got great educated individual Harvard what have you you have a fantastic resume I is there a but here are waiting for no no no you're not I I I find it hard the dichotomy of of your background with somebody what some of your policy positions but you had mentioned we are talking about gun control and mental health this was the reason for my call but I wanted to give you kudos for everything you've done and I I really appreciate I'm an airforce record but I really have no no no where near your your resume you talked about mental help you talked about drugs companies isn't it a fact that part of the reason some of these young people that should have been put on the radar I like the kid down in Florida that shot up the school the kid up in Connecticut that shot up that school are were prevented from getting into their background because of the laws on the books of privacy and are to me that is one area that Congress has failed miserably if I'm right are wrong please tell me alright listen to this so okay a question one or more sets yeah and I think I I think consequently what has happened with all of this is that everything in Congress is full bar and snafu and I think you know those terms thank you for the call JD we appreciate I just wanna let Seth respond and we appreciate the call SO two eighty first of all thank you I thank you for your service right and I appreciate it and you know just for the record a George H. W. bush forty one I think he did more than million war he was a he was a real hero in World War two but we're both combat veterans and and proud to be serving the country yet again he served in Congress before he ran for president to but but let me just answer your question it's a fair question I think we need to have a much better debate in Congress about privacy and it's especially relevant today with all the stuff on the internet the problem is we have a Senate that doesn't even understand how Facebook works so we're not doing much in Congress now there's this last week I introduced a bill called the Alexa act which goes to the heart of this because it says that if things like Alexis speakers are listening to private conversations that are going on in your household we have a we ought to have some enforcement over what they're doing with that data I have ringing doorbells are sending video from your front porch to Ukraine over by Russia and people don't know this is happening so why is this bill last week it's causing a lot of debate a lot of questions I can tell you a really good sign is Amazon's furious with us that are doing something right all right but but he JT you're right we need to have this debate we need to talk about privacy and we need to figure out what the right line is and where it should be drawn and I'm doing that I'm doing that today in Congress that would do it as an express I couldn't agree more with that two five seven five three nine six let's go to Steve Steve you're on with Seth Moulton what's going on except there's a couple things a disservice to buy some of the one thirty pilots now it's just amazing out good why do blacks get along in the military anyway but I just want to mention to you that when you so you disagree but on certain things that president Obama and I don't wanna make this main issue but if you do that you're going to call the race and that's the problem the day is this is a standard way of not answering and so like when you talk about the black medication there's nothing to help minorities and education so wait and and your party is totally against that and so I just think of certain things that I it's hard for me to see them like you're breaking some of the things I mean even when president Obama thought about a door sink story all certain when you get the third large donations from their pagers union now he changed her mind and they were the school in the state that a ninety percent graduation from a black school and after school when the being defined it this is a question I don't know this is this is reasonable but but we got to get the facts straight here so Obama was actually I mean I admit that my party is not with school choice we're against a charter schools but that's not my record and it's actually not president Obama's record either he got a lot of heat from the teachers unions about his support for charter schools about his support for a race to the top which it which means they were not just giving money to all schools equally were encouraging them incentivizing them to compete to be best and and and that kind of incentive system is something that a lot of the teachers unions were against so Obama was out there and and look I've been supportive the the the school of the toughest city in my district is a serial in and the most popular school in that district is a charter school and their allies out the door I am especially from with minority kids and and I took a position of saying that we should moderately just modestly expand the number of charter schools in in Massachusetts and I got to Hillary by my party I mean just blisters pillory and it wasn't something that was it wasn't it wasn't I mean we already with a totally reasonable thing to do and and I said as part of this we've got to discuss the funding formula to make sure that the the public school district schools are compensated when district public charter schools take students I said if we don't have this debate allow this expansion that's not happening it is exactly that if you did exactly what happened so we could go somewhere else but if you have I have a daughter who lives in any doubts or not but I felt like it's a different place in Vegas format public still hit them in a mate you know what that's the difference and you you wouldn't a target our our our about you and you know it felt like it was it was voted down to they got a good system you go to they get hurt and it's a whole different thing and if you go in the minority areas and you give them the same amount of money you will have private schools opening up so listen to me let me just be clear I I believe in unions I support unions my to my sisters in a teachers union but when unions go too far and prevent innovation in education prevent kids from getting the best education we can possibly give them that I that I'm willing to push back and it doesn't make me an anti union person at all I mean think of people think I'm I'm a super pro union I've got like ninety eight percent AFL-CIO voting record all right but but the point is I'm not I'm I'm someone who's willing to call out folks in my own party when I disagree and that's the way it was with president Obama I when I disagree with some of his policies and by the way is the way president Obama was with his party when he disagreed on education policy and other things so that's the kind of leadership we need to wash and we we we got to get away from this hyper partisan politics where everyone just does the same thing as everybody else in their party we need some independent thinking and that's what I'm trying to bring to this race agree so one of the one of the callers brought up the fact that Caucasians and after Americans get along really well in the military I've also noticed that in Las Vegas this is from the least racist Cydia ever been in my entire life do you believe that and and I can I can agree that trip that don't trump has not been good for racial relations far as bringing bringing races together but do you believe that Barack Obama race is a part no I don't think he brought race the part I think that the attacks against him brought the race the part I mean I think it was an incredibly unifying moment in our country when we elected someone who Branagh platform of unity of hope of bringing America together and the problem is the day after that election Mitch McConnell said that his own number one mission would be to destroy Barack Obama I agree and the is is number one mission should have been to work with president I'd states Magruder I agree with what you're saying and it for the most part I didn't like the way he handled the Ferguson situation we know that that young man who lost his life attacked a police officer and I thought there were several instances and look we all know that as a whole police officer are are good people they're heroes but yeah we do have issues between law enforcement and minorities there's no question about that but I thought the way he handled Ferguson I didn't like the way he handled the Zimmerman situation and in no way shape or form am I defending Zimmerman but I do think that Obama made a mistake in sending some people to that young man's funeral in Ferguson when in all aspects when we look at the real victim here was the police officer at now look there a lot of problems in that city right well no I mean the the the the look we've got a lot of problems with policing in America no question I mean when you got Eric garner just got strangled out was a strangled bread and we can't even fire the but the bill the blood and fire the police that isn't that a shame I mean it I mean look yeah we took people into the tension all the time yeah in the marine infantry in a rock where people were enemies are trying to kill us yeah right we took people the tension all the time never once strangled someone to death never want to kill the details on how York city does that help what happened to that police officer this was a situation after the military what what what type of court martial situation would take place well first of all be expeditious he be held accountable and he be immediately are taken out we I'd get him out of my platoon that's what I would do now with something like that I don't know how how does double billed applies you want this guide is police force and idealism center that was it is slightly agree it is indefensible and I agree but I will also say this and I bet you a lot of Republicans will agree on this one I do think in most situations between African Americans and the police.
"dozens" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Dozens and dozens I had read a story about my kids engine pro in this particular kind of setting before so as an artist there's material there and it says human being living in America trying to make sense of were going where we came from three years ago light had won both the Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award for his novel the Underground Railroad said amid the horrors of the slave south but imagining an alternative universe in which the railroad in reality a series of escape routes and safe houses is an actual subterranean train his new novel the nickel boys is a fictional account of the does your school a segregated institution that opened in nineteen hundred touted itself as an enlightened center for wayward boys to avoid prison terms but secretly coerced labor and meted out horrific punishment in its so called White House allegedly leading to the deaths of dozens whose disappearance was unaccounted for I first came across the news reports that a lot of their survived the survivors of the survivors group Saddam together and we're talking about what happened to them in the fifties and sixties were were white but the majority of students were were black as I started my research I thought what's their story how did you tackle it because you have real facts many things known about it many things on on still I had to place a real place does your school the facts the campus how discipline worked and then I want to come with my own characters and obviously historians have to stick to the facts and is a fiction writers I like making things up and I like commit my own characters and seeing how they operate these different worlds the Underground Railroad which we your last book which we talked about also grounded in very harsh reality but with the real twist better fantasy thrown and this is much more direct you pick the right tool for the job and sometimes fantasy is a way to open up a story and convey a universal truth and sometimes realism and I I grew up reading complex in science fiction Stephen King and so fantasy is always been part of my tool kit why did you choose realism brutal realism in this case I wanted to be concise understand the boys I really want to focus on my my two main characters turn on Elwood I think they have a compelling dynamic and the closer I can say to them the closer I would say the truth it seems the two main protagonists very different personalities right part of what's going on is they're having kind of debate about how to survive sure I mean we have a living the straight a student's sixty three he's been raised reading about Martin Luther king the great protests and he thinks that we can affect change in the world Turner is an orphan and he's with vice wits surviving any way he can and when they get together at nickel academy my version of that does our school they start the debate about how to live and and how to survive in this world that makes for an interesting sort of novel of ideas I was wrestling with my own ideas about where we are as a country I started writing in the spring of twenty seventeen after trump selection and I found myself wondering how much progress we're making as a country can I believe that the world we're making this place a better place for my for my kids or we regressing into division hatred and so L. what I'm trying to speak to different parts of me I mean have an argument with myself through them in fact white heads books of long explored the world through a variety of voices and genres and the matter what he did the rest of the year the day of the fight he was all of them and one black body and he was gonna knock that white boy out looting satire a more personal coming of age story zombie horror and a non fiction romp about poker if you do something once why do it again my love Stanley Kubrick and he would do his war picture do a science fiction he would do is yeah it was dark comedy my approach was on the novel historical fiction my short book about the World Series of poker how these different forms allow me to evolve as a storyteller but also attacked different parts of the world I don't know if you started out with some kind of sense of purpose or mission do you see a story that Colson Whitehead has been writing it's about race in America Mr stepping back and trying to figure out how things work and maybe it's capitalism and maybe it's race and maybe it's just the weird place our heart take since so with Underground Railroad Pulitzer National Book Award more than a million copies sold her neck puts you in a different category of writer well I take now like one depressive not today as opposed to to you know definitely the year after all that great stuff happened I was really good mood you know I've been working for twenty years I've I've books that did well or were received in a nice way and books that were ignored and I like to appreciate the normal road for work brought to me when I was a once in a lifetime kind of thing a lot of things coming together and then when it's done you start the next book and there's the day today page by page is working as a with a good character is my writing improving my doing things in a in a better way than I could have then a twenty years ago it's all those doubts remain and if they weren't there you will be put in the work in right the nickel belive schools in white thank you very much thanks for having me an explosive political.
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"Dozens of rare American flags will be on display at the museum of the American revolution. They look a little different than what you're used to seeing. Now. They all have thirteen stars representing the thirteen original colonies, the display of thirty two different flags on loan to the Philadelphia museum, a highlight of the displays the nearly six foot one flag that features thirteen stars that roughly form the letters you and S three flags from flag maker, Serra, McFadden, otherwise known as the Betsy Ross of New York will also be on display. The reason the flags look, so different. Well, there was no official pattern for the stars until nineteen. Twelve flag makers had previously arranged the stars. However they wanted the exhibit runs through July fourteenth. Another risk has been attributed to e cigarettes, AP's, Mike grassy reports science. Say the flavorings used in them could lead to heart trouble. Researchers at Stanford university's cardiovascular institute report, the flavoring in e cigarettes, may be harmful to the heart. The researchers report in the journal of the American college of cardiology they grew cells that normally line healthy blood vessels in laboratory dishes and exposed the cells to six different e cigarette flavorings, the cells and cells bathed in blood taken from people right after the had an e cigarette showed signs of damage and inflammation cinnamon, and menthol seemed, the most toxic flavorings, an expert who was not part of the study says small studies like this aren't definitive, but there should be additional testing Mike Rossier. Washington. Radio. I'm typic- wire House Democrats up their efforts to pass bills aimed at election security, if he's checking with has.
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"dozens" Discussed on The Hoop Collective
"And they went overboard, I I'm fairly certain that universal gals jersey retirement was a more elaborate, and it's definitely more expensive than Michael Jordan. Number was retired. By the bulls. They just put it this way. They rented like a six figure display to shoot lasers onto the court. They rented just for that night. Just to give you an example, they brought in at the Cavs expense dozens and dozens of dozens of LeBron's former teammates also these former teammates, and basically it was a opportunity to show that z who had left the Cavs to go play for the heat and was roundly booed and hated not to the level of the Bronx. But still roundly booed, and hated it was an opportunity to show that the city and the organization everything would reimburse him and everything will be wonderful and the Brian did go and the heat were annoyed and maybe played a one percent factor in the Browns return, maybe played a twelve percent factor only LeBron knows but was without any question. The sidesaddle purpose for having that when it when it had. Happened from the day. It was conceived was to was to host LeBron that is not the case for Durant by all the cow. That's what you're this is not this is not a recruitment effort from from the way understand it whatsoever. That also the Cavs have Russell Westbrook and Paul Paul George on their roster. Right. The Cavs were desperate. Face like, even even even if somehow there was a desire for reunion like it's not like the thunder have caps face anytime in the near future. I think that this. This is an effort on both sides to do. What's what I think that the funder have tried to do a little bit more of than maybe Durant side. But is to put the past in the past acknowledged the history together appreciate the history together. What's going to be interesting to me Brian about this whole situation is it's not as if though that? That this is just a, you know, show up to the Rena and leave type of thing there's going to be like a hang out, you know, involved here. So like there's going to be a lot of former players, I think that come in for this. Because again, Nick calls a very appreciated player. And there's gonna be a lot of former players that come in. They're to go hang out. And it's gotta be something that, you know, they go party together. So and that's not to say that they don't get along with Kevin Durant. I think some of those things can be a little overstated. But there's there's going to be there's going to be more than just going to be a fascinating night. And before we go just because we're talking about reunions. It is possible that the everything could wait till the summer, and that the Celtics could sign Kyrie Irving and trade for Anthony Davis. Okay, everybody. Thanks listening to collective podcast. Have a good day. We'll talk more about this later in the week..