17 Burst results for "E. M"

"e. m" Discussed on V103

V103

02:00 min | 5 d ago

"e. m" Discussed on V103

"Think I don't know. How can you find out you just you just hold it. Hmm? You know, you just told that she's moved on. She don't answer your calls. She can't talk after she moved in Toto, and I ain't told you where she lived. She has moved on. How many more notes you need when you need bread crumbs? What you need Mm yeah. No dog, she out. She's gone, man. You know what's up After call, hear how she get you gotta be in bed and eighties programming. Uh, yeah, yeah. Watching TV at night Doing Cove it? Yeah. Men have intuition, too. So you know what's up? So come on, right. Uh, how can I find out if she's moved on? I'm your man, but I can't call that day. Right, or all right. You can't even know where she lived. Yeah, this one. I am. No man. Is this making sense to anyone? No, Right. I know who that in the background. No. Exactly. No, but that's the TV breathing like that. Who TV moan like that right? Hi. Coming up Next. The nephew is here with run that prank back right after they listen to all the doctors out there all you nurses, the E M T drivers. We know it's hard out there right now. Keep pushing. We have for you too steep. Ah! Good morning show. Baby, that screw boy.

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"e. m" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:44 min | 2 months ago

"e. m" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"This latest wave. We reached our hospitalization peak six months ago. As of our most current data were today, averaging more than 5200 patients fighting covert 19 in our hospitals that's 400 more individuals than at our spring high. And a 70% increase in the last two weeks alone. And crucially. Not only are we seeing Maura people coming into our hospitals with Cove ID, but the rate of increase itself continues to grow at an alarming rate. Our most recent week over week percent increase is three times what it was in early October, and our doctors, nurses, E. M. T s hospital social workers and respiratory therapists. Are paying the price. They're exhausted, often working overtime and double shifts. And remember, this is a moment when the entire nation is seeing record highs in hospitalizations more than at any prior time in this pandemic. That fact is more than a frightening backdrop because it means that there are no health care workers to call in as reinforcements from other states. It means that out of state nurses and nurses assistants who signed up to support Illinois in the spring are busy in their own states. It means that even more than in the spring, we have to step up to support our health care workers and do everything in our power to prevent people from contracting covert 19..

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"e. m" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:03 min | 2 months ago

"e. m" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Check it out for free. Now I heart radio anywhere You want to listen. I heard radio is there I heard radio goes one on one with Luke Bryan to talk about how he really grew into loving music. My ninth and 10th grade. You have played baseball and I was a pretty good athlete. But I hit my growth spurt and I grew like weirdly and I lost all my coordination. I couldn't run and I had, like my knees were all buggered up so So then, you know, I kind of started my band and my my. What's interesting is my 12th grade year of high school. I just decided to rehearse for a one act play. And that was my only year that I truly Truly got involved with drama. But I'm actually glad that happened. Does it did kind of it took me off the path of not being that it actually looks. It started making me focus on music a little more. Keep listening to I heart radio for more Luke Bryan and all your favorite artists. Oh, radio. Here are the job R E M songs that you filmed up. Number three. The one I love. This one goes out to the one I This one goes out to the one I left behind. Number two losing my religion. That's me and corner. That's me on the spot. Loosen my religion. Number one. It's the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine. You know how I am. Hear more from R. E. M and similar artists now search for R E. M on high hard radio..

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"e. m" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:53 min | 3 months ago

"e. m" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Old Club in San Francisco with the bishop and I made friends with Alvin. Alvin took me to Fillmore West in San Francisco introduced me to BB and I remember Being on stage with Bebe when I was 13, you know, with Bill Graham met Bill Graham to was it was just, you know, Amazing time. Keep listening. Toe I heart radio firm or Neil, Sean and all your favorite artists. Here on the job R E M songs that you filmed up. Number three. The one I love. This one goes out. This one goes out to one. Number two losing my religion, That's me and corner. That's the spot by losing my Number one. It's the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine. Hear more from R. E. M and similar artists Now search for R E M on my Heart radio. All your favorite music all your favorite stations. All three All right, everybody. We're back on the money Mountains show. We've gone through three scenarios. We got one more of who wins ofwhat happened. We will be putting it up on the website, so it should be up there next thiss week sometime..

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"e. m" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:18 min | 9 months ago

"e. m" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"You want me to switch over to a rock for one K. at the age that R. E. M. and the money that is already yeah the money that's already in there I would not switch to a four oh one but from this point are to a Roth but from this point forward I would do a Roth and if you have some extra money I might convert what you've got in there not extra money would be you're out of debt you have your emergency fund your house is paid off and you're still sitting on some money are you anywhere near that kind of a picture I have my emergency fund and I think it's about coming off my hands good okay when your house is paid off how quick you think you're gonna get it paid off it's gonna be awhile okay the new problem in part that the part of your four oh one K. that's in traditional I'm probably just gonna leave there then the new part that you're putting in from this point forward I would make it later I would Mike Ross and let it grow tax free okay because you're probably not going to touch that part for many many many years and the growth on it being tax free is gonna be a big deal to you later other words by let's say by the time you're in your seventies you're late to mid to late seventies you're you're already working on living out of some of the other the traditional four oh one K. then maybe you start tapping on the roster you've got twenty plus years before you're gonna want to tap into the Roth portion this new portion and that's going to grow tax free so that's a good math a good piece of math in your it's gonna work out in your favor thanks for the call Zach is in North Carolina high Zach how are you I'm doing pretty good how are you better than I deserve you guys get back to work over there yeah I do well it are using American life on a call but yeah we I was able to get a job at a much better care that's hurting a lot nicer and our financial situation is actually improving great good to hear that how can I help today eight yeah I got a little bit of a stressful situation I countered by surprise so I will call my dad was not doing too well he got to the hospital the other day he was able to go home because he's doing okay but the way my mom says he does not think he's gonna make it so it could go either way but we were not on speaking terms as of about October last time I called you and I'm trying to figure out how to approach this so that I can make peace with them but they I'm not good at this stuff and it's just stress me out like on top of trying to make peace with them there's also the financial side if something were to happen and I want to be able to talk to my family about how to deal with that if it does occur mmhm but you're talking to your mom yeah I am part of my mom still okay what were what was the dispute about I believe that I can be a lot of detail but to keep it brief as I can of we have lived with them a few years ago but my wife suffers from a number of mental disorder that caused her to for lack of better term misbehave while we were there and there's been a lot of tension ever since and on three separate occasions he has opened up about that drama on social media despite numerous requests for me to not do that and the last time you did that it was because my mother in law had moved in with us and my mother in law had previously done a lot of damage to our situation by relapsing on drugs but she had been my trust back and I was given her one more chance to make peace and you're connected to a server she needed the help so I brought it back and he made another comment when I posted something about trying to get a house online and I I I shouldn't have said what I said but I laid into him because he crossed the line again and I just got mad I haven't talked incense mmhm okay are you in a good church by chance at the moment you know what I want we're still what someone new to the area and I'm an over the road truck driver so I'm not even old enough to go to a Google search I within the app's most of the time that's about it my gosh okay out within your circle of friends I would ask a couple of your buddies and say Hey who's a good pastor in the area and others call that guy and ask him to give you some advice and learn a little bit about situation and guide you through reconciling with your dad you know when when somebody misbehaves if they're going to continue to misbehave and you continue to engage them that major just unable or and his posting ship stuff about your personal life or correcting you on social media when you're grown man is absurd so in a sense he earned being led into but but yeah you probably did it wrong and you probably have done that too so yeah I would like for you to make peace with out having to come down his misbehavior in other words there's a difference between forgiveness and reconciliation there are people in my life that I've known over the years that I have forgiven but I have no desire to be reconciled with no that would not be the case with your dad okay but for instance in business you know I've had some people that were were complete crooks and I move on I forgiven them but I'm not going to be more business with them which would mean I would reconcile this difference in forgiveness and reconciliation they're two separate things and so the first thing you need to work there is just for giving him and saying well you just name perfect guy and he happens to be my dad will welcome to all of our dads and welcome to us that our bench and then then then you decide what are the good boundaries to pick up for reconciliation and so get really good pastor I tell you something else hold on I'll have Kelly pick up animal should you copy doctor Henry cloud's book boundaries because that's what this whole discussion is all about it's a boundaries discussion he violated your boundaries when he did that and then you over reacted and now we've got a torn relationship so that that's what you're dealing with and then you can you can work through that and I hope you can it would be very wise my guess is the way you describe the whole story too with him coming on this and I'm not gonna make it better but says is gonna make it is a bit of a drama queen and so you probably gonna run into that in this process to just know that up front and just kind of calculate that go well that's who that is and you know that that that's a good way to work with it shop Hey man thanks for the call share your.

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"e. m" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:27 min | 9 months ago

"e. m" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I have a four one K. traditional for one K. in a PMR companies plan they have offered their offering now a well worn when J. you want me to switch over to a rock for one K. at the age that R. E. M. and the money that is already yeah the money that's already in there I would not switch to a four oh one but from this point are to a Roth but from this point forward I would do a Roth and if you okay I have some extra money I might convert what you've got in there not extra money would be you're out of debt you have your emergency fund your house is paid off and you're still sitting on some money are you anywhere near that kind of a picture I have my emergency fund and I think it's about coming off my hands good okay when your house is paid off how quick you think you're gonna get it paid off it's gonna be awhile okay then you're probably in part that the part of your four oh one K. the chin traditional I'm probably just gonna leave there then the new password that you're putting in from this point forward I would make let it I would Mike Ross and let it grow tax free okay because you're probably not going to touch that part for many many many years and the growth on it being tax free is gonna be a big deal to you later other words by let's say by the time you're in your seventies you're late to mid to late seventies you're you're already working on living out of some of the other the traditional four oh one K. then maybe you start tapping on the roster you've got twenty plus years before you're gonna want to tap into the Roth portion this new portion and that's going to grow tax free so that's a good math a good piece of math in your it's gonna work out in your favor thanks for the call Zach is in North Carolina high Zach how are you I'm doing pretty good how are you better than I deserve you guys get back to work over there yeah I know what it means to be American life on a call but yeah we I was able to get a job at a much better care that's hurting a lot nicer and our financial situation is actually improving great good to hear that how can I help today eight yeah I got a little bit of a stressful situation I countered by surprise so I will call my dad was not doing too well he's got a hospital the other day he will be able to go home because he's doing okay but the way my mom says he does not think he's gonna make it so it could go either way but we were not on speaking terms as of about October last time I called you and I'm trying to figure out how to approach this so that I can make peace with them but they I'm not good at this stuff and it's just stress me out like on top of trying to make peace with them there's also the financial side if something were to happen and I want to be able to talk to my family about how to deal with that if it does occurs on but you're talking to your mom yeah I am part of my mom still okay what were what was the dispute about keep it brief and I can be a lot of detail but to keep it as brief as I can we have lived with them a few years ago but my wife suffers from a number of mental disorder that caused her to for lack of better term misbehave while we were there and there's been a lot of tension ever since and on three separate occasions he has opened up about that drama on social media despite numerous requests for me to not do that and the last time you did that it was because my mother in law had moved in with us and my mother in law had previously done a lot of damage to our situation by relapsing on drugs but she had been my truck back and I was given her one more chance to make peace and you're connected to a commercial needed the help so I brought it back and he made another comment when I posted something about trying to get a house online and I I I shouldn't have said what I said but I laid into him because he crossed the line again and I just got mad I am a doctor incense mmhm okay are you in a good church by chance at the moment you know what I want we're still we're somewhat new to the area and I'm an over the road truck driver so I'm not even old enough to go to a Google search I within the app's most of the time that's about it my gosh okay out within your circle of friends I would ask a couple of your buddies and say Hey who's a good pastor in the area and then just call that guy and ask him to give you some advice and learn a little bit about situation and guide you through reconciling with your dad you know when when somebody misbehaves if they're going to continue to misbehave and you continue to engage them that major Justin labeler and his posting ship stuff about your personal life or correcting you on social media when you're grown man is absurd so in a sense he earned being led into but but yeah you probably did it wrong and you probably have done that too so yes I would like for you to make peace with out having to come down his misbehavior in other words there's a difference between forgiveness and reconciliation there are people in my life that I've known over the years that I have forgiven but I have no desire to be reconciled with no that would not be the case with your dad okay but for instance in business you know I've had some people that were were complete crooks and I move on I forgiven them but I'm not going to be more business with them which would mean I would reconcile this difference in forgiveness and reconciliation they're two separate things and so the first thing you need to work there is just for giving him and saying well you just name perfect guy and he happens to be my dad will welcome to all of our dads and welcome to us that our bench and then then then you decide what are the good boundaries to pick up for reconciliation and so get really good pastor I'll tell you something else hold on we'll have Kelly pick up animal should you copy doctor Henry cloud's book boundaries because that's what this whole discussion is all about it's a boundaries discussion he violated your boundaries when he did that and then you over reacted and now we've got a torn relationship so that that's what you're dealing with and then you can you can work through that and I hope you can let it would be very wise my guess is the way you describe the whole story too with him coming on this and I'm not gonna make it better by says is gonna make it is a bit of a drama queen and so you probably gonna run into that in this process to just know that up front and just kind of calculate that go well that's true that is from you know that that that's a good way to work with it.

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"e. m" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:34 min | 10 months ago

"e. m" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"And it's just basically going haywire while you have a fever yeah and then the fact that most dreams occur during our M. sleep and I think that's when your body is warmest knowing sleep anyway right that's when I see this is where it all gets kinda hanky during R. E. M. sleep your hypothalamus says I'm done I'm not working right now so it stops regulating temperature which is usually why your body temperatures low straight before you wake up I thought it was highest right before you wake up now its highest in the afternoon while you're awake its lowest right before you wake up I feel like I always wake up hot are you I mean you may be like sleeping with too many blankets you're right be a little too warm blankets huh or maybe it's my stupid you know schedule of my AC Hey I mean it could be you know it might have cut off a couple hours before something right it could be right so fires up after I get up because supposedly when you are sleeping in your in R. E. M. sleep your hypothalamus is not regulating temperature during that period so if you if you are already hot I remember a high body temperatures associated with wakefulness yeah then maybe you are waking up more frequently than you normally would and when you wake up in the middle of a dream you're more prone to remember it you wake up in the middle of a nightmare it's going to seem even worse than one that you had invoke up normally from yeah I mean I had a series of not nightmares last night but just sort of anxiety dreams and I don't have any anxiety about anything right now I think it was just after reading.

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"e. m" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:48 min | 11 months ago

"e. m" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Go to E. M. P. one eighty dot com EMP one eighty dot com or call eight five five triple eight oh one eighty traffic and weather the day's top stories and you this is the Larry o'connor show interview on fox recently where he really underplayed the whole approach to crisis altogether almost having a mission accomplished moment that day now looks like a hurricane Katrina moments all this is what you're hearing now all about corona virus it's trump's Katrina I don't think people would necessarily blame the president for something that was out of his control but if he continues in his administration miss manages the crisis and I think it's a legitimate point of challenge by anyone who wants to be president saying I'd manage it better I mean we saw the impact for example that hurricane Katrina and the response had with with President Bush and I don't think this is you know different in that respect right it well in some respects it's not different at all but it has nothing to do with the president it has to do with the media this may be an idea on the collection listen this with little trepidation but this may be Donald trump's Katrina yeah you could have he is leading to that big lead you back you know you could say that let's talk about that this is the problem in the media right now as we're trying to get information you know we were told that the media is critically important to our our country our nation and I do think we need a very good and strong and reliable media in terms of getting information to us allowing us to know what's going on in yes challenging government here and again absolutely that's a big part of it they speak for us when they are able to be in the room and actually challenge elected officials here's the problem now with regard to the information flow on this virus such as it is I spoke earlier with with Cheryl Ackerson on the program in here it on the podcast because it's important she talks about all the questions the media isn't asking and and and the information that we should know right now about this thing that they don't care about because they'll do a segment on cable news cable news is not cable news anymore cable news is cable Washington DC anti trump political news so all of the people have been hired to talk about stories having to do with the trump presidency all of the producers all of the writers all the researchers all of the panelists that they have on pay roll their job their forte they were hired to attack trump so now you're talking about a disease an infectious disease and that anchor will interview some guy in a white lab coat talking about infectious diseases and pathologies and viruses and then at the end of the interview they pay that in their little swivel chair to a panel of four political pundits to talk about how this affects the presidential campaign who cares how it affects the presidential campaign why is that the thrust of the focus of the interview or the kids but that's all they know now and so that's why that's the conversation that we're having that's why trump could Trina becomes this thing because yeah from the media's perspective this is trump's Katrina in so far that could Trina wasn't really could Trina can trade of course of refers to hurricane Katrina and when they say trump's Katrina it means could Trina was bush's Katrina but you see bush's Katrina was manufactured by the media at a time where they were angry that the American people haven't listened to them in two thousand four an elected John Kerry instead of George Bush they were angered sound familiar they were frustrated that the American people didn't listen to them and didn't follow where they force them to go with regard to their election this whole thing with trump is not new they hated bush they hated the fact that the American people didn't listen to them I didn't do what they told them to do on election day and then a hurricane came by and suddenly they saw an opportunity to finally get the American people to see what they've been telling them about this this idiot this smirking chimp they used to call him George Bush and so they used a hurricane they used a natural disaster to lie and the blame of presidents for their reactions when all of the facts on the ground show us exactly who is at fault with with poor evacuation policies that's.

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"e. m" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"e. m" Discussed on WTOP

"E. M. P. when eighty dot com E. M. P. when eighty weight loss empowering a healthier you sometimes the apple your smartphone doesn't give you the full story the crash involving the overturned tractor trailer near the Woodrow Wilson bridge the earlier flooding has receded and both of your lanes are open out of the four River Road downed tree along the right side but it's in the next lane with a fuel leak their training the saddle tanks right now there's a hazmat crew on the scene WTOP you gives you the why behind the watching your traffic woes traffic reports every ten minutes on the aids on WTOP two forty eight traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks in our live in the beltway from Silver Spring to College Park on the brakes from before Colesville road with delays building back building to Georgia Avenue the crashes in the I ninety five College Park interchange between the off ramp to ninety five north in the left merge from ninety five south consolidating the rack left side remains blocked there is room for one and a half lanes to get by the right now but they should have more lanes getting high soon three damaged vehicles on the shoulder three hundred people going to the hospital it really stay right expect very slow traffic riding the beltway to College Park the outer loop is have a from old Georgetown road in the spar past river road but the works on the legion bridge is clear in a loop building volume out of Virginia across the American Legion bridge so far so good on the south side bill way to Woodrow Wilson bridge three ninety five south some slowing down down hill from seminary produce street ninety five south sluggish past Lorton had a work crew is a short works on blocking the left main lane beyond except one sixty three in Lakeridge there was have overhead light work on old bridge road near the eastern Oakwood Dr intersection left side was blocked by the bucket trucks both ways three ninety five into town the laser gradually easing in down from the fourteenth street bridge toward the third street tunnel the works on should be clear the freeway traffic it's got a lot slower outbound from the tunnels toward the waterfront case bridge so far nothing reported could just be volume to maybe something slowing the pace near the waterfront in main Avenue actually just in a crash reported that no details there on the freeway yet in down canal road Georgetown before the Whitehurst freeway it is a work zone in only one lane was getting by day filled I'm WTOP traffic now let's go to Mike Stanford at storm team for I guess the reins making a come back here this afternoon yeah we've had a nice break I think most of us going home from work before the rain roles in the bulk of the rain.

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"e. m" Discussed on X96

X96

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"e. m" Discussed on X96

"Thirty six classic talk to them on your Sunday morning and use her does some old school R. E. M. and here's a band working on yet another new album I expect it'll be out sometime later this year it's erasure will back to nineteen eighty eight for a little respect on X. ninety six classic songs like this there would be no alternative ax ninety sixth class you going back to the early two thousands on X. ninety six.

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"e. m" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"e. m" Discussed on KNSS

"E. M. P. anything that you really have in the bank can be lost even through the quote good guys the way they rewrote the banking bills you know that you are the creditor of last of last resort so in other words you if if there is a crash if you have money in the bank you're the last person that gets paid yeah check your bank statements it says that in it now they changed it after the collapse of a weight this is one of the reasons why I consider putting at least a portion of my money into gold gold it is it's possible it's the gold standard it is the thing that the world always comes back to you know the burnt fools wobbling finger eventually goes back to the fire we always go back to gold after we've learned our lesson right now if you just if you just call them up he called today ask about their legal tender bars and if you do you'll qualify for these little silver coins their little silver bars actually and did they have am why be on it this comes from Benjamin Franklin putting on our money the first coins we printed as a nation and I just love this said mind your business it meant get your nose out of everybody else's business but also pay attention to what your doing I'd love that mind your business you can you can get these just free just for asking just call them up and talk to about their legal tender bars but please consider gold or silver as a hedge against insanity and the world is getting more and more insane every day eight six six gold line eight six six gold line or Goldline dot com.

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"e. m" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

Don't Worry About The Government

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"e. m" Discussed on Don't Worry About The Government

"Can find me on. Don't worry about the government is a listener supported podcasts. That means you in or keep this show up and running we depend on this port of listeners. And all we ask for is a bucket show for a bucket show. You get extra episodes of don't worry about the government extra content. All that can be found at patriotair dot com slash DWA g if you wanna do a lump something you can go to don't worry dot TV click on the episode link. There is a pay pal account. You can send me a lump sum interest hit me up and make sure that I'm getting you the premium episodes and premium content. If you see something the patriarch, you wanna hear just let me know Email me, it's pretty easy. So just get a hold me that way, you can follow me on Twitter at C H R, I S and V E M B R. I know another good way to get a hold me protecting support some people do that from time to time. And I appreciate that couple of episodes ago. Someone reminded me that there was like an error with hosting or something and we were able to get that straightened out. That's all through you guys interacted with me, let me know stuff. I really really appreciate that. And of course, go onto itunes, go onto Stitcher leave a review if you've got a little bit of extra time here what you guys so much for listening. I'll have more episodes here in a couple of days until the next one Bye-bye. The reason I do such great journalism is I don't I don't I'm not afraid of these people because I'll even who they are to me. They're just like, I don't know how even how to say their names.

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"e. m" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"e. m" Discussed on The Talk Show

"But it kinda sucks, and I'm starting I'm wondering, you know, should I just cancel it? And just take my chances with Verizon everywhere. But anyway, here's the thing. I went through is my I had a sim card for my old Pat on AT and T, and I popped it out and put it in. My new ipad, the ipad pro and it worked and I'm on the account. But when I went to setting cellular to like do this thing where I was like I want to review my account and see if I'm getting the best deal. Should I switch or whatever? It would it. Add. No, I forget what the interface said. But it was I wouldn't let me sign into my AT and T account, and I had to go through this crazy thing, and I went through the website, and they wouldn't take my password, and I had to reset my password, and blah, blah, blah. And it's like a, and then I found out the password reset wasn't wasn't kicking in. And then I found a second form on the AT and T website for like I. Had users who can't log in. And instead of just your Email address. They wanted your Email address and like the EM EI identity. Yeah. And the sim card number. So I could get the card number pretty easy, but the E M E I number wouldn't work kept saying this isn't recognized. And then I realized it was it it probably wanted my old, ipads, EM EIN number, and I went to the old one and now in didn't work, and then I thought about it. And I thought you know, I've been using AT and T since I had like a twenty fourteen or twenty twelve ipad, mini, Jesus do I even still have that. So I had to go through my office. I mean seriously took me like like an hour. Find an old ipad mini from like twenty twelve the first one I had with like cellular fire that thing up and get the EM number off that and it worked holy shit that it actually let me in. I mean, I probably should've just called it actually probably would have taken me less time unless aggravation to actually get on a phone call them, but I had to go through all of that. And then finally worked, and I had this car, and I went through all that work to get the sim card working. And then I thought well, what about this eastern thing, isn't that? Nice. And and so I did the. To switch my ipad to the east Sam and that worked. But after I went through all that work to get the sim card working. And then after I did this I found out like immediately like within a minute. I was googling something, and I found out that because AT and T is AT and T. Once you lock your once you put your eastern on an ipad on AT and T. It is permanently. Locked to AT and T. What? Yes, I I'm not making this up. So even though it's a virtual sin. It is a virtual sim. It is permanently locked to AT and T. And I guess there is some kind of way that you can go to an AT and T store and ask them beg them. Maybe if you cancel your account. Maybe they'll unlocked the device, I I'm not making this. I never would have done this. If I had known this. I would've just stuck with the sim card had that work. But now, not only is my ipad e sim locked AT and T. I no longer have a sim card. I can pop out and put in a new ipad. Yeah. God it was what a mistake what a nightmare. And so, of course, long way of saying, I kinda get why device makers are aren't putting into everything right now. Fair enough. I deal with switching carriers at dealing with this crap. All the time. My my biggest headache recently. And this is one that I prayed nobody ever has to deal with was getting the palm phone activated on Verizon that the little thing. Yeah. And by the way, I pray no one to go with this because nobody should buy this thing. I'm actually supposed to put my review of next week. We'll see facts will get around to. All right. I'm gonna do my first. So funny. I do want to talk about that. I have a great sponsor to tell you about. I g g software. This is a company that they make an app called Bank tippety. It is an easy to use full featured personal finance management app exclusively from agonize s..

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"e. m" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"e. m" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This as an icebreaker and we were supposed to hit it off and we kind of did hit it off from beaumont applause right there because he was as i when i read one of his vitriol i think it was in the washington post and colin powell who was head of the joint chiefs of staff at you know at the time of the invasion described him as pure evil did he strike he was pure evil no no he didn't i mean he when he was in power he was pretty thuggish but you know i i met a lot of other people who including people who work for our interests so to speak and the unit can in latin america and elsewhere who were pretty pretty much pure evil but he he existed in that another world where you know strategic interests collide with with the real world in a he was a double or perhaps aaa agent he was he was he was our man but wasn't our man he was also cuba's man but wasn't their man suspected let's back up just for a second he played an enormous role in us foreign policy at the time in the seventy's and eighty's tell was briefly that his rise to power and then how he managed to hold on for so long right exactly well so noda arises through the ranks of the panamanian military the national guard at the elbow of general tony who has a charismatic strongman who seized power ninety sixty the eight and temper had a relationship where he temporizing with the americans who of course controlled the panama canal zone we had military bases across the country noriega was his useful aidedecamp he was the intelligence chief in the country he was a a man of humble origins who rose through the ranks of the military he didn't have the public persona other charisma of duty host he helped him put down a coup at one point he became his go between with various intelligence services by the time toady host died in a mysterious airplane crash in 1980 one he took over the country he became the defacto leader of the country i saw him once in those years by the way it was at an event commemorating duty horses uber birthday and it was on was on the lawn and the canal zone.

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"e. m" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"e. m" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Panama's form a dictator the cia spy and convicted cocaine trafficker manuel noriega has dis the contrary this is a new yorker radio hour i'm david remnant said lightly the news reports hit at the end of may that manuel noriega had died you could be forgiven a little if you're i thought was noriega still alive panama's former strongman has been out of the public eye for a quartercentury since his conviction on drug trafficking and other charges but also broadly speaking our attention has shifted way way from latin american recent years certainly since the war on terror began it seems like a lifetime ago the us intervention in panama and they'll sell the door and nick arague what was constantly in the headlines but staff writer lee anderson thinks noriega is a figure we shouldn't forget about so quickly what noriega represented and began to personify which was this kind of merging of the the backwash of the ideological world of the sixty than seventy's and eighty's and line america with food the drug culture and the world that we now know has consumed a lot of our neighbours to the south because to a large extent we we help make it happen in 2015 anderson interviewed noriega one of the few interviews he gave during his many years in prison can be no orient via the him become more bush the camila cabello bush piloting the only number here's john lee anderson talking with the new yorkers dorothy weakened so how did you find yourself in a room with manual noriega were above panama's a country i go to from now i have been going to for for thirty years i had long sense given up any hope of interviewing general theory had been in prison free many years decades and i can of forgot about it and about a a little over a year ago i was in panama having dinner with uh who is the old friend who's old front of garcia marquez at one point worked for naughty agca and he invited me to dinner to a fish restaurant in the middle of the dinner he asked me if i'd like to meet the dante who by now was back in panama in prison incensed many many years and of course i said yes so on september before last are we we quietly went out and and i spent a couple of hours with him in his prison.

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"e. m" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"e. m" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That have gotten from talking to people who have visited that sanctions are are depressing life in pyongyang for the elites and they of course are the ones who determine policy one is struck in talking to even official north koreans who have travelled by the extent to which they are comfortable with a cult of the kim's on the extent to which this is a totalitarian rather than just an authoritarian political system the way in which they accept would is by all reasonable accounts a brutal regimes way of dealing with dissent in all this makes the idea of a normal relationship between north korea and the united states harder to imagine and that's a problem for negotiations you mentioned iraq before let me bring libyan to this have we taught countries like north korea that it's worth it to have nuclear weapons libya got rid of its nuclear weapons and the next thing you know that was the end of moammer kadhafi at it's a very rough in and crude depiction but nevertheless in kim jong un's mind that may well be the object lesson though it is the description is rough crude and wrong i don't mean to be rude you're going the but look good and beard the but but libya never had nuclear weapons they had any cubans program then when for a very long time and there was some reason to think that given enough time even libya would eventually enrich uranium and and could go to nick your weapons that but more important the thrust of your question is when a united states of america changes a regime it costs us in terms of our credibility and for countries with whom we are not getting on in north.

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"e. m" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"e. m" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Recently i had the chance to talk to some north korean diplomats here in new york and i asked them who in our country understands north korea best the person they pointed to was robert galucci galucci is a retired diplomat a scholar and he was america's chief negotiator during the last big crisis over north korea's nuclear weapons program that was a 1994 unglued she's efforts then effectively froze their nuclear program for nearly a decade i wanted to talk to colucci right now within twenty years later because the situation with north korea is to say the least extremely concerning kim jungle ans regime has launched a series of ballistic missile tests the trump administration responded with a successful anti missile test of its own and the rhetoric everywhere on twitter and otherwise is out of control what do we know what do we not know about the north korean leader kim jongun but does he want what is the purpose of his um not not only testing ballistic missiles in making no secret of his nuclear program but also publicising it so widely wanting to make it known so the question of what the north koreans want what's their grand strategy i think most analysts would say that north koreans would like to reunify the korean peninsula under their regime one career but that they must recognize is not a nearterm prospect short of that the defensive objective of north korea has been a survival of their regime and what north koreans have told me flat out on more than one occasion what they worry about most is an american attempt to change their regime and they point to iraq and to libya as recent cases of american decisions to change a regime they did not like but this anxiety in this rhetoric in this bellicose behavior far precedes the iraq war of two thousand and three well yes but let's focus here a little on what we remember about two thousand three and certainly one of the things remember is that the administration was talking about the threat from iraq being the use of nuclear weapon do you remember the phrase do not let the smoking gun be mushroom cloud out over washington i sure do and so i suspect you're my so if we keep these things in mind that we were attempting to characterize the situation as one.

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