35 Burst results for "Each Box"

Defending champ Bucks rout Pacers for 7th straight win

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Defending champ Bucks rout Pacers for 7th straight win

"It's now a seven game winning streak for the box after Jana synthetic portal over twenty six points and thirteen rebounds and one eighteen one hundred rather the Pacers the last two games I think in B. okay one now they've just taken tougher world played well they construe our they scored eleven of his twenty three points while Milwaukee outscored Indiana thirty nine twenty seven in the third quarter taking a seventeen point lead holiday has been hiding averaging nineteen point seven points in the last four victories he also had nine assists and seven rebounds against Indiana as the Bucks improved to thirteen and eight caris levert led the Pacers with a season high twenty three points Malcolm Brogdon had sixteen I'm Dave Ferrie

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Kyle Rittenhouse Is Exactly the Kind of Enemy the Left Wants to Create

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 3 d ago

Kyle Rittenhouse Is Exactly the Kind of Enemy the Left Wants to Create

"If you show up to a rally or you show up to a city burning while the National Guard is not there and the police have been told to stand down and you defend yourself because someone's trying to kill you and that someone trying to kill you is a child rapist? You're gonna get tried for first degree murder in your family has to go into debt to try to defend you, which we're seeing right now with Kyle rittenhouse. And by the way, if this was 1892, and it was the KKK trying to take over a city, and it was a black 17 year old that took a gun to go to the burning city. We would have like a national holiday to that young man. Seriously. Not saying that's what we need for Kyle, not saying we'd like a national holiday, but I'm saying that it would be everyone would say this is the most amazing heroic thing I've ever seen. But instead, let's just be let's just be as blunt and honest about it. Kyle rittenhouse tracks a box of the type of let's say enemy they want to create. And we saw this earlier with what happened with the Nicolas Sandman case. You guys remember that the Covington kids? Remember the Covington kids? Where Nicholas Sandman on the steps of the capitol with that lunatic came up with the drum and started banging it in his head, and his head was his face, and we were told that the young kid was the one that's provoking and saying racist things, total lie. Totally exonerated one his lawsuits. But no, the thing that Kyle rittenhouse did wrong is that he fit the perfect type of archetype where Joe Biden came out and said that Kyle rittenhouse is a white supremacist. Said that on Twitter, hope he gets sued for that one day in civil court. There is no evidence of that. But instead, here is the essence of it is that there was a picture, the same thing that happened on the southern border when you had border patrol agents on horseback, and they said, oh, they're using whips to go after migrants, total lie, it's called a bridle or saddle. You ever ride a horse before New York Times weirdo, right? And of course not. Never even west of the Mississippi River, let alone ever mounted a horse, right? No, it's a whip. No, but all they have is the narrative. So Kyle rittenhouse, they had the picture they wanted. AR-15, mouth wide open, young, white, Trump loving, a green shirt and hat backwards, looking like he's kind of playing the insurrectionist. Boom. Put him in

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Sheriff investigating after hundreds of FedEx packages found in Alabama woods

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 d ago

Sheriff investigating after hundreds of FedEx packages found in Alabama woods

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting hundreds of fed ex packages are found in the Alabama woods an estimated three hundred to four hundred FedEx packages were found dumped into a ravine near the small town of Hayden Alabama on Wednesday what county sheriff's office said deputies were sent to guard the scene until FedEx workers could arrive to pick up the packages sheriff mark moon said fed ex was sending multiple trucks and drivers from across the south to load up the packages the Tasha Abney told WBMA TV that her neighbor found the boxes on his property in a statement FedEx said it is reviewing the situation and will take appropriate action hi

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Food Banks are very busy this time of year

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 5 d ago

Food Banks are very busy this time of year

"The holidays are one of the busiest times of the year for food banks across the country feeding America spokeswoman sue I need the I. re al says more than thirty eight million people are food insecure so many turn to local food banks for a hearty thanksgiving meal thanksgiving and the holidays are celebrated around a table with then Niall and we don't know the importance of book that provides not just our bodies for but our spirit so the feeding America network prepares boxes to be picked up or delivered in time for thanksgiving L. package the Turkey and a box with all the side that beat the Cato then by press and everything else that goes along with it cheating America is the largest hunger relief organization in the country last year they help provide six point six billion meals to tens of millions of people I Shelley Adler

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Get Yours and Gift a Copy of 'American Marxism' for Black Friday

Mark Levin

00:58 sec | 5 d ago

Get Yours and Gift a Copy of 'American Marxism' for Black Friday

"By the way you got to watch life liberty and label in this Sunday 8 p.m. good lord it's part one of the Trump interview You want to see this great interview two big huge personalities and a lot of news was made actually in this interview So you should watch that It's this Sunday on Fox part one of the Trump interview and of course you know Black Friday is coming the day after tomorrow right That's when you're supposed to check off all the boxes on your shopping list And you know there are people in your life that need to read American Marxism It's a great book It's the book to define the era that we're living in right now I'm drawing off of it as we speak for the first two hours here Many of the things that I've raised and brought up about how there's an intent to divide and change and deconstruct this nation it's right there in American Marxism and more importantly in his final chapter in its epic That final chapter could be a book in and of itself It talks about where we go from here and what we can do about it That's what I love about Mark

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Get to Know Os Guinness, Author of 'The Magna Carta of Humanity'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:59 min | 5 d ago

Get to Know Os Guinness, Author of 'The Magna Carta of Humanity'

"Who is us? Where has he where was he born and what has he been doing most of his life? Well, I'm the great great, great grandson of Arthur Guinness, the original brewer, and very proud of our family heritage and the integrity and generosity of the firm down the centuries. My own branch of the family, my grandfather, was one of the first western doctors in China, actually he survived the box arrives, and he went into the Forbidden City and treated the Empress dowager and the last emperor in the early part of the 20th century. My parents were born in China, and importantly for this book, I was a 7 year old in the Chinese revolution. So I remember the day. You have memory? You have memories? Absolutely. And it's important to this book because I remember the day when my dad said to me son, we're in trouble. Chiang Kai-shek has abandoned the city. We were in the capital, and the Red Army's coming in. And I remember the reign of terror began, and I was there for two years under that, and my parents were kept another two years on the house arrest. But the important was many years later I was at Oxford, and the graduate student, and had general one night with Isaiah Berlin. In other great places of freedom, Jewish. And we discovered he'd been a 7 year old in the Russian Revolution. And I was a 7 year old in the Chinese revolution the two big communist ones of the last century, so he compared notes thank God the English speaking people who stood up against totalitarianism, but in the mid 70s, when I was with him, it would have been unthinkable. That America would be tempted by anything like a radical socialism, let alone a cultural Marxism. And yet, that's where we are

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Geoff Shepard Questions Accuracy of Watergate in Latest Book

Mark Levin

01:45 min | 6 d ago

Geoff Shepard Questions Accuracy of Watergate in Latest Book

"Finally this stuff starts coming out And what do you learn about the road map What do you learn about the prosecutor's office of the judges What do you learn as you're going through this Well the short summary is Nixon was driven from office by a secret cabal of vindictive judges and partisan prosecutors and cooperating health staff but what really happened is that the four top prosecutors took their records with them when they left office So the national archives is supposed to have all the files but they didn't have them And they grabbed they only surfaced within the last 8 years a four cashes of documents from four of the top prosecutors and then I got the road map on field The road map for your listeners education was the secret grand jury testimony that the prosecutors said nailed Nixon proved he was personally involved in the cover up but since it was grand jury evidence it was conveyed to the House impeachment committee to House judiciary committee in secret and we never saw it We never knew what they were accusing Nixon of having done So we were we were boxing in the dark I got to have them sealed in 2018 It had been secret for 45 years and that's what the book is about The book says look look at what they did Look at what they said in secret They couldn't prove it Mark they made up

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Don't Miss Bill O'Reilly's Limited Engagement National Tour With President Trump

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | Last week

Don't Miss Bill O'Reilly's Limited Engagement National Tour With President Trump

"Bill O'Reilly Bill welcome back to the show How you doing Doing all right sir Welcome back So before we get to the questions here you have a tour with president Trump going on Bill O'Reilly dot com Tell us a little bit about it So we got four dates beginning in December 11th and for loaded in Florida Live arena for the Panthers play Next day in Orlando And then the win next weekend we open in Houston on the 18th of December and the 19th of the American Airlines center in Dallas So I just talked to Santa Claus He says he can't talk that he can not get top it can not no that's not Cole either right That's the real deal No coal there right Yeah greatest Christmas gift ever But it takes on Dan as you know More important now because of the collapse of the Biden administration So the reason I can see this in the first place is that I am a historian story in journalist And Iowa I looked at back about the four years that Trump is in the Oval Office I don't know what he did Because it was never reported It was always like let's kill him or let's make him a saint So you never really got the nuts and bolts of How did he get the facts How did he destroy ISIS What's up with Putin and Xi all of those specific things And that's what the tour is It will be a once in a lifetime We've sold about 30,000 tickets already but if you go to Bill O'Reilly dot com I'll link you right over to whatever box office you want And I really appreciate you mentioned it Dan very nice

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Sebastian and Hans Von Spakovsky Discuss Old School Ballot Fraud

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:57 min | Last week

Sebastian and Hans Von Spakovsky Discuss Old School Ballot Fraud

"So let's look specifically hands. At what happened last year. And I'm not a former election commissioner. I'm not a lawyer, you served in the DOJ correct. There's a lot of so here's my layman's take and you tell me if it resonates. Conservatives are concerned. Justifiably aged because the incumbent president received more votes than any other incumbent president in history. And in four battleground states, the vote count was halted, and then the results reversed when the vote count was started again. So at least there are questions in four battleground states. For all the theories that have been developed since then, there are various baskets of theories. Some, rather ones, such as data farms in Germany, Venezuela, dominion, voting machines, memory sticks, algorithms, Wi-Fi access to electronic systems. My argument is a very simple one. If you know that the vote reversal occurred in places like Philadelphia in Atlanta, these are places that have, in some cases, Chicago, decades long history of fraught elections. And old school fraud is perhaps where we should start. The idea that ballot stuffing, filling out election ballots for people who aren't actually the person on the ballot. Does it make sense if you're looking to address these issues to follow the kiss principle and to stay with the keep it simple and start with that which we know, I mean, it's a joke, Philadelphia Chicago. These are box of jokes for decades. Before we get to these ideas of computers and algorithms, we have a lot of work to do with just very prosaic, do we not? Yeah, no, no, you've analyzed it exactly right. If you want to look at problems, the elections, you look at the ways elections have been stolen in the past. Right. And for those who think that doesn't still happen. I mean, look, you mentioned ballot stuffing, right? Okay, just a couple of weeks ago. And this didn't get this got almost no media attention. It was the media that is like covering this. Just a couple of weeks ago, a former election official in Philadelphia, who was actually a staffer for a member of the city council and who was responsible for running at least three polling places in Philly. She was indicted by the acting U.S. attorney for stuffing ballot boxes in her three precincts with bogus votes. It's an old school fraud. Yes, and for those who think that was isolated, no, last year in May also in Philadelphia, another election official was charged with exactly the same

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Why Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Ran for Congress

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:28 min | Last week

Why Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Ran for Congress

"Welcome back to one on one with Georgia's congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene. Marjorie for those you've been on the show multiple multiple times, but but, you know, we are growing every single day. We were at least 3 million listeners right now. Plus everybody else who watches us on video. So for those who see you every day fighting, but who don't know the backstory what you did and why you made that decision to represent the 14th district. Tell our millions of lists a little bit about who you are and how you arrived in Congress. Well, actually, it's a great question. Actually, I'm very normal. I'm just just like most of the people listening to the show. That's why they hate you. In the Democrat box. They hate all the regular people believe me. Now my husband and I own and operate a commercial construction company where the proud parents of three awesome grown-up kids and love our life just and I absolutely love being an American woman. I think it's a true gift to be an American woman because we have more freedoms in this world than most women. And I'm a strong Christian and I'm so grateful to be able to live out my faith and teach my kids what it means to be a Christian and to love God and be thankful for Jesus Christ. But here's what I saw Sebastian. I saw Republicans gain control in The White House, the House and the Senate in 2016 and then over two years, they completely failed us. They didn't fund and build the wall. They didn't do anything to pass president Trump's America first agenda has make America great again agenda. They didn't repeal ObamaCare. And here's the worst fail for every Republican that calls them self pro life. They didn't even defund Planned Parenthood. You can't even make that. That's all you need to know. Oh, yeah, so when I was supporting president Trump and was thrilled we elected him in 2016. And then I saw the Republicans in Congress in the Senate and in his administration completely fail. Not only president Trump but they failed all of us. That's when I realized that it's these career politicians that over decades have sent all of our jobs overseas, ruining small town America, hurting rural America, killing our strong economy, killing our manufacturing and killing the spirit of America, not only that, putting us in trillions and trillions and trillions of dollars of debt that will never climb out of, I realize that it's going to take regular Americans that are successful day in and day out in the real world to actually save this country. And so I took a chance and ran for Congress and

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Mark Levin Recalls 'Rules for Radicals' Being Distributed by VISTA in 1980s

Mark Levin

02:01 min | Last week

Mark Levin Recalls 'Rules for Radicals' Being Distributed by VISTA in 1980s

"They had a program called vista They still have it And as I have described before vista was run by a radical march to banking She now works with other radicals And she runs a pack I think or whatever she does Sam Brown used to be head of this group called action He was part of the students for democratic whatever Society One of those groups And We needed to do something about this This is supposed to help people get out of poverty and sober but that's not what it became but became a hard left ideological operation And as I went down to the office Being the only Reagan guy who was there at that point I think it was December 1980 right after the election I opened some boxes and then I found boxes and boxes and boxes of this book called rules for radicals Thousands of paperback copies Now I didn't know who saw linsky was but I figured it out quite quickly And I read the book People like to talk about this book but they actually haven't read it beginning to end It's a small book It's complaining It's rather incoherent but nonetheless it has the points in there This book that you paid for was being distributed throughout the inner cities By the federal government at your expense taxpayer expense I can only imagine what's in these multi $1 trillion bills That they're passing or want to pass additional bills So you see this playing out today

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Rep. Claudia Tenney Shares Her Stance on America's Security Leadership

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:40 min | Last week

Rep. Claudia Tenney Shares Her Stance on America's Security Leadership

"And we are delighted to have with us somebody who I don't even want to call her a politician because she is and every time she comes on the show every time we see her speak, it's like an American. It is a citizen and that's what we need more of. Representing the 22nd congressional district of New York, congresswoman Claudia, welcome to one on one. Well, thank you for thank you for that great introduction. It's an honor to be on, of course. We have so much to discuss, especially we're going to talk about what a zuckerbuck is and your special, yes, your election integrity efforts will discuss that just give me lots of like a box. We'll talk about what is happening to the economy. We'll talk about recent events in D.C.. But first things first, tell us a little bit about your take as a mother of a marine as somebody who is deeply vested in the security of this nation. I want people not to forget what happened just barely a couple of months ago in Kabul. Give us your take from the inside from a member of the political elite of the last ten months of national security leadership in this nation. Yeah, let me just first say my deepest condolences to those families on the death of those 13 service members and women two women were also killed. Needlessly, we honor our gold star families, we actually did a vigil in my community to honor those 13 that were killed in August. And we also honored our gold star families from the latest wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Nothing is more. Nothing more painful than to see service members killed in action, especially in a situation which shouldn't have happened. And that is why it's so tragic to watch. This whole I can't express how sad it was to see that that it actually happened. But we saw the chaos, developing on the ground, each day got worse, as Biden put forth his mission to remember how it started. And I remember the first committee. He said, I want to move out of Afghanistan and pull all our troops out on September 11th because it was symbolic day. Yeah, he wanted that photograph. He wanted that sound. I told that us out of Afghanistan. Is if the mission were not to advance freedom to ensure the safety and security of America, to protect our foreign assets, there are bases 85 billion in change of equipment left there with our enemy the Taliban to leave them to take back over and not understanding the callousness of President Biden to not see how devastating that was, especially to a New

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The Media Are the Most Powerful, Unaccountable Political Actors in U.S.

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

The Media Are the Most Powerful, Unaccountable Political Actors in U.S.

"We're talking to Molly Hemingway a terrific writer also the author of one of the hottest books out there right now rigged How the media big tech and the Democrats seized our elections Molly you know listen there are two people out there who I think are the biggest narrative busters on the right So I'll throw Sean Davis in there too You and Tucker You go throw a hit with an S in front of a grenade and the tent and a heartbeat if you think you think something's up No matter the media penalty and you're frequently attacked for it like Tucker and Sean are as well But the weird thing is you usually turn out to be right I mean you would debunk the hoax Russia hoax immediately You had shown the spygate story to not be a hoax But doesn't it speak to the power of the media over our collective Borg like psyche in this country on the left right now that people like you me Sean Tucker Greg Jarrod John Solomon We're all considered by the mainstream code Misinformation specialists and yet we've been right about everything Like there's nothing in your book you don't pack up with footnotes The Zucker box thing happened the Russian thing was old It's like again this did not speak to the power of the media that we're considered the outsiders and yet we were actually factually correct the entire time Oh it's amazing But I also think that it's important that people celebrate the marginalizing of our corporate media They have so much power They set narratives They do horrible things with their power And they are in my view the most powerful unaccountable political actors in the country But on the other hand nobody is believing there BS anymore and that's good And Democrats are and that's bad But their credibility is at an all time low I think the latest Gallup poll had 9% of Republicans believing corporate media and only a third of independence If not for Democrats they would just be totally in the

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The Ruling Class Has Become So Disconnected From the 'Muscular' Class

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | 2 weeks ago

The Ruling Class Has Become So Disconnected From the 'Muscular' Class

"So there's two types of economic classes in America. And by the way, one is not necessarily better than the other, right? There's the muscular class, and then there's the zoom and Skype class, right? So I'm part of the zoom in Skype class, okay? That doesn't make me a better person. It just so happens. I was able to keep on doing my work in the midst of the lockdown without having to lift boxes or wear a mask all day long. But the people that actually run the country, which I think never got the credit they deserved quite honestly during the pandemic, are the people that worked at the Amazon fulfillment centers. The people that are police officers, the people that are our firefighters, the people that actually drove trucks and instead, you saw this growing disconnect of the people in charge, have this arrogance and this attitude almost as top down revolution like, oh, you work with your hands, you don't have a doctorate from Harvard, your DOM and your stupid, right? And so but we saw this bubbling up in a variety of different ways. And for those of us that look at the stuff really closely and are worried about these trends, we said, this is not sustainable. You can't declare war on the people that actually make your country run and act as if there won't be a backlash against that, right? It's like a steep on serving me food serfs and servants. And we'd always make jokes about it, you know when Nancy Pelosi would be out in Napa Valley and all of her donor Friends were maskless, right? And every single person serving food outdoors were wearing masks, right? And we saw that whether Obama's birthday party in Martha's Vineyard where, you know, we had to kind of watch all the videos of people that had to wear masks or masks, but they were a sophisticated vaccinated crowd. And we saw that some people call double standards or hypocrisy, it's not. It's hierarchy. It's people in charge I think they're actually better than you. So hypocrisy is like if you actually believe the rule or you say it and you do something else, these are people that actually think they're at a different level of

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Kyle Rittenhouse Takes the Stand at His Trial

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Kyle Rittenhouse Takes the Stand at His Trial

"Cal rittenhouse is testifying. He was called by his defense team to testify about the triple shooting. It killed Joseph rosenbaum and Anthony huber and wounded gauge grass roots here is Kyle rittenhouse on the stand in Kenosha Wisconsin. I knew Nick was Smith and Dominic black. You did not know the owner of car surfs previously. I did not. Was he being nice to you guys? Was he happy you were there? Was he mad at you for being there? Describe it. He was happy we were there. And you heard testimony that you owners, I believe that was Friday afternoon. I did. And did they give you permission to be there? They did. And the other individuals in this photograph, some of whom have testified in this trial. Ten minutes before this photograph was taken. Did you know any of them? I did not. Did you ever spoke into any of them? No. And when you were there, what was the idea? Was there a plan? What was going to happen? Yes, the plan was to I went down there to provide first aid. I also, I brought my orange first aid kit, the fanny pack, and I also brought my pelican box which was filled with first stage stuff. By my feet to provide first aid. The orange box by your feet you referred to as a pelican body? Yes. Did you have that before the 25th? Yes. Was it stock? Yes. With things that you would bought and brought? Yes. Nope. All right, we lost the feed there. We'll pick it up where we left off. It's got your reaction to this testimony. It's powerful, it's riveting, compelling, and again, it contradicts the narrative that this was a cold blooded killer, the way Joe Scarborough and the MSNBC clowns characterized

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm Josh Rowntree Tuesday brought the opening night of the college basketball season with a couple of marquee matchups at Madison Square Garden in the first game of the night third ranked Kansas taught Michigan state eighty seven seventy four the J. hawks were paced by O. G. a biology who scored twenty nine points seventeen of which came after halftime in game two in Manhattan ninth ranked Duke top tenth ranked Kentucky seventy nine seventy one of the first game of Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski's final season freshman Trevor keels scored twenty five for the blue devils on the NBA hardwood Yanis antenna Kubo provided thirty one points and sixteen rebounds for the box and a one eighteen one oh nine victory at Philadelphia the jazz beat the hawks one ten ninety eight the clippers top Portland one seventeen one oh nine on the ice the Carolina hurricanes move to ten and one of the year thanks to an overtime goal for more teenagers giving Carolina a two one win over Tampa other NHL winners included Chicago St Louis Detroit New Jersey LA Boston San Jose at Vegas and Anaheim I'm Josh Rowntree AP sports

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Antetokounmpo, Allen lead Bucks past short-handed 76ers

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 2 weeks ago

Antetokounmpo, Allen lead Bucks past short-handed 76ers

"Yes intent to Cooper provided thirty one points and sixteen rebounds for the box in a one eighteen one oh nine victory at Philadelphia Grayson Allen scored twenty five points and hit a key three pointer late in the fourth quarter Bobby Portis added nineteen points for the NBA champions or back at five hundred after winning for just the second time in seven games Tyrese Maxey scored thirty one points for the seventy Sixers who played without four time all star Joe well indeed for the second straight game Philly has dropped two straight since a six game winning streak I'm Dave Ferrie

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U.S. Wholesale Inflation Rose a Record 8.6 Percent Over the Past Year

The Dan Bongino Show

02:22 min | 2 weeks ago

U.S. Wholesale Inflation Rose a Record 8.6 Percent Over the Past Year

"Remember the narrative about inflation when we first started when we first started to see prices creeping up What was the narrative first Jim Inflation's not real you're conservative media hosts You're all a bunch of bad things It's all nonsense And then the narrative was as prices started to become more widespread and their increases became noticeable All right there may be inflation but it's really not that big of a deal And then the third narrative was okay it's a big deal now inflation but don't worry it's transitory It'll go away And now that the numbers came out annualized inflation up 8.6% a number we haven't seen in decades now all of a sudden the new narrative is not only these inflation not transitory not only is it likely here to stay for a while but don't worry it's actually a good thing Come on they didn't do that No they did Here is an actual headline by MSNBC James saros wiki forgive me if I'm saying your name wrong it's not intentional How COVID became the unlikely hero of our inflation crisis And the sub had line makes you really wanna laugh where they play it down and insist don't worry This is a good thing inflation because the government printed a lot of money and gave it to people to spend So it doesn't really matter that you have nothing to buy and there's a supply chain crisis What matters is you have a lot of paper in digital money to spend on things you can't actually buy That's what matters That's an actual piece in MSNBC by the way Now for people who don't think inflation is a problem in that just printing people are printing four people money and giving it to them even though they can't buy products because we don't have them And don't understand how the productivity side of an economy is the important side Right folks it's not the demand side You can demand whatever you want Tom Hanks and Wilson and cast away when they get caught on that island by themselves demanded a lot They probably demand that a steak dinner They probably demanded access to a movie library The man that access to their old favorite songs but Tom Hanks was caught on an island where he had a lot of FedEx boxes full of a lot of stuff he couldn't use and he didn't demand So he had a lot of things he could trade but he had nobody to trade them with because no one was producing anything he demanded Having a bunch of money to go out and buy stuff that doesn't exist is

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"each box" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:56 min | 2 months ago

"each box" Discussed on KGO 810

"Students have not been unmasked and within six ft. Close contact for more than 15 minutes. Okay, because at 15 minutes then all of a sudden all the stricter guidelines come into place. Was that kid quote unquote exposed. Uh, for for 15 minutes or longer, So by making it 14 minutes, they're complying with this, And they could say no, they were not exposed for to someone with Covid for 15 or more minutes. It'll be like a bunch of Joey Chestnut's on campus, just shoveling down their lunch. Well, I mean, how long does it take? Honestly, be honest. How long do you think it takes you to eat lunch? I mean, if I'm in if you're sitting down and just eating, they just eat, not jibber jabbing. You know what I mean? Okay, not in a social environment, but just eating lunch. I could probably I can probably get a sandwich down and maybe five or eight minutes. Yeah, right. I would say 10 minutes or so is a reasonable amount of time. I definitely think the hardest thing personally for my kids is the The different times to eat lunch. So some kids play first before they eat and some eat first before they play so that they're staggered right? Okay, and which makes sense because you don't want all of these kids at one time, there's not enough room for spacing. The problem is, I think if you ask most kids, they want to eat first and play second, right? You're let out. You're hungry. You want to eat and then you want to go play. I bet If you ask teachers, though, they like it the other way around. Go play, Get all the energy out. Eat. Then you're already calming down from the from the play and then go into the classroom to learn, right. I don't have any idea just off the top of my head, but that's what I would want to do. Yeah, but you know if you're active after you eat lunch, there's a head in danger there as well. Don't you think you'll upset your The kids will upset their stomachs. They're they're not resting after they eat. I think that they're young enough. They'll be just fine. Okay, Don't run around Billy. You might get an upset stomach now. I don't think that's the biggest problem whatsoever. President Biden is also putting $2 billion towards something I've been saying for quite a while. Which is purchasing those rapid covid tests, So they're going to go to health centers, food banks, schools I've mentioned on the show before in my closet right there. I have about three boxes of these covid test. There's two test in each box, and I'm just keeping it their case. One of these damn kids wakes up and starts coughing and sniffling all over the place. We have to know. And we have to know now and so how much should I set you back? Do you recall there about 30 Bucks appears 2028 Bucks a box And so I was also reading. I don't know if it was in the same story as the President Biden's announcement. About selling them at cost to people. So not you know what I'm saying? Money off of it, right? Yeah. Which you know, I'll say this. I talk about people and exploiting people and making money and all these corporations that should just be doing it for their own goodwill. 28 bucks for two Tests doesn't seem that bad. Although I do think that I like the idea that President Biden announced for people that can't afford it. To be able to have access to these rapid tests, but also just having them at school. Kinda fills that need as well right so the family can afford it. At least they know if they send their kids to school and they, you know, start not feeling well. The school can test the kids and then everybody knows then, but it's this notification. That I think is also a little bit difficult to navigate. Uh, my son has had not. He's not been exposed. I've never received the phone call, but he knows of kids at a school apparently. That have contracted Covid kids, kids, not staff, Okay, And so apparently there find that we haven't had any more serious news. Other than that, except the fact that the kid has to Be at home, but I'm wondering Do I want the phone call or do I not want the phone call? Because sometimes I'm like. Well, if you know the kid how close were they to you? Um, because you come home. You hung up on me. I send you here. I mean, it's just I don't know what we would do in our household if we had an exposure. I mean, do you have a plan If you get exposed if your daughter or your wife comes home Are you guys going to isolate from each other? Yeah, I would want the phone call definitely from school district or whoever learns that through contact tracing that one of us has been exposed. I would want to know that so that you can isolate yourself and take actions. In that way. Would you be able to isolate yourself? Let's just say calcium to your wife. Comes up is exposed. Maybe they don't even have that series the symptoms, but they have it. What are you gonna do? I would isolate myself. Absolutely, but I mean, you have a room like that's what? I've had this conversation with my husband. He thinks he's going to lock me in this room, which isn't even seals. Why? Because that's where the microphone is. Yeah, He's like, Oh, he's like, I don't care that you have. This virus is killing people. You keep working woman, Um, which is fine, except it's not shut. It's an open room. So you know it's all of these things People need to think about. They need to be prepared about another thing, and I keep reiterating this. Is we talk about this because of the fact that people want to go about their lives. You want to go to concerts? You want to go to baseball games? You want to go to football games, right? You want all of these things to happen? And God, If you watched last night's game, the side of the NFL season you would think that Covid wasn't even around anymore with the crowds that we were seeing their, um I watched it. Uh, spoiler alert. You should know by now. 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"each box" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:39 min | 6 months ago

"each box" Discussed on Latino USA

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"each box" Discussed on Papo no Auge!

Papo no Auge!

05:25 min | 7 months ago

"each box" Discussed on Papo no Auge!

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"each box" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:40 min | 7 months ago

"each box" Discussed on 600 WREC

"If it becomes kind for maintenance, it's important to realize it's still isn't clogged. It may just have a lot of debris in it at that point, and the water made Over the gutter during the heaviest rains, But the gutter is still is not clogs at that point, right, and I think people that clean gutters they see that and they think all this. This is the masses in. It's not Um, some of the ones that I've pulled out. I went Yuck. It's been like 10 years and I pull this thing out. Yuck! And I hit it with a hose that it was cleaning. Literally omitted. I slid him right back in. On. So so folks with gutter brush it is like is, Alex said. It's like a giant bottle brush. Ah, lot of the leaves and seeds that gets stuck in it. Never really deteriorate to a point of creating a mass. I mean, they blow off the top of the brush. Well, here's one thing they don't germinate because they're up in the bristle so they're not sitting in the water and they died. And at my house, I've got lots of maple seeds, and they were sticking in the brush and you could see a video of it on our website. Uh, after 2.5 years, having got a brush in and what's amazing is I wanted to maintain them because I'm just that kind of guy on my left him. And after the end of the summer, let me tell you that those maple seeds that are suspended in the bristles they can't handle the heat of the sun. It's as if we could have been the oven and cooked him. Um, you know, by the end of the summer, it's like just a hair of a skeleton of what they used to be in a lot of particulate matter, closed through. But every home is different. It depends on how many trees you have the height, the wind pattern, all sorts of things. Factors. Every home is different. Yeah, well, they're still might go Tonto product that get her brush. They're so easy to install so Let's talk about you said Slide and men You don't need need any tools. I mean, how long is the gutter brush in? Talk us through the installation. Each box comes in with three ft sections and a couple of 18 inch pieces for convenience. You filled the whole gutter. You just line them up one after the other At the end, you can pick it 18 inch piece. You can cut the underbrush or you could just fold that last piece back into itself. And it comes in five different sizes and were on sale this weekend. By the way, we haven't mentioned that 30% off and free shipping. They can call 8883979433 or go to gutter brush dot com and everything is on sale. You don't have to use any coupon.

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"each box" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

07:19 min | 8 months ago

"each box" Discussed on What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

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Six bottles from bright sellers had to bright sellers dot com forward slash fresh. I'm going to spell it. That's bright sellers b. r. I g. h. t. c. e. l. l. a. r. s. bright sellers dot com slash fresh to receive fifty percent off your first six bottle order. Bright sellers discover wine. You love one glass at at time. This idea of knowing your child's language reminds me too of a role that was a little bit unexpected for me of being kind of your child's translator to the world in terms of like school. I feel like i'm goofing on my kids. My kids have had amazing teachers. And like there's been a couple of bumps on the road but i had one teacher who was not a great match with my kid and kept saying well all he does is sit and just recite facts about the universe all day. And we're trying this kindergarten. We're trying to get him to say the sight words because he wouldn't say the sight words and i said would do me a favor tomorrow when he comes in and sit with him in the corner quietly and have him read a book to you. He knows the sight words. That's not the problem. This is a kid who can verbally recite facts about pluto while learning something else. That does not seem possible to me that you could be actively talking about pluto while learning whatever. The kindergarten teacher is teaching you to but this is something my kid can do. And your job is to understand the kid and then like kind of be the bridge a little bit when they're little between the world and them and that you might say to a caregiver like hey fun fact. This kid likes to change it pajamas when he's had a hard day. And those are the things i think that. If we're busy trying to new act like a normal kid while the baby sitters here and put your pajamas on a regular time. You're missing such opportunity to like facilitate a better relationship between your kid and babysitter between your kindle teacher. Yeah absolutely and i. This is where my brain is going is your child. Was he happy about pluto. Being not named to get to the bottom of that he was fascinated by it but he was briefly upset but he took it in stride. He wasn't thrilled but he wasn outraged. Descent ask because that was a big conversation in our s you. Yes i would say yes. One hundred percent and that is a role that we as parents are often playing. Is that outside translator. And it's good for us to talk out loud about that with our child's like oh. I knew that you've gotten into pajamas. Job as a long day. And then can i get you some g like you wanna do something cozy together so we can talk out loud about too because ultimately we want them to start understanding what they need so that they can advocate for it so that they can recognize. I've had a hard day. Oh yeah i have this. This and this that i can do or to be able to communicate that to a teacher. I'm feeling really overwhelmed right now. Can i go read over there for a few minutes. That's the skill. Yeah we're going to want to pass the baton eventually but we're playing that role for many years and not for nothing by the way same with your typical kids. I notice you really tired in the car. Do you want a big snack today. Maybe i had a rough day like noticing. your kids. behavior helps you connect with them period. I love the tilt about seeking out like minded parents that this is incredibly important. Well this is a good one right. I mean you can't be it's like just do everything. Perfect mom and then you're differently wired kid will be fine but this is a lot of work for us. Having a differently wired kid brings on a lot of different emotional states and as you say not just once but all the time you can cycle through them fear disappointment rights stress and for your own health and to be able to parent your child better. You need to invest in relationships with people who really get it. And how do you do that when you're already in the isolation may be. Your kid has profound differences. That mean you can't just go hang out a pickup and make friendships in the same way. So how do you get out of that isolation. It is so important it's hard. It's one of the main reasons why i created till parenting. Because i felt like i couldn't find those people and the places that existed to find them Felt very much like clubs. I didn't want to be in because they had a very kind of downfield to them. And you know this is bad. And something's wrong. I think now was social media. There's so many more opportunities. I see so much incredible connection and community happening. There are so many groups that i've been a part of where people can just show up and share. What's hard instantly flooded with support of people who been there who have hard won wisdom that they can share resources. They have suggestions. And so. I feel like you know. Even in the past ten years things have changed so much more about there. Being a lot more places at opportunities to connect therapists can sometimes recommend groups. You know in person groups out saying that my child was in second grade. We were in public. School are thirds full three years and a friend of mine. Who kind of knew some of the things we were going through with. My son said there's a group for twice exceptional for parents to be kids and we meet in the cafeteria. A third wednesday of every month and i was like what like i had no idea. There were no flyers. It's no announcement. And i showed up that night and i was like oh my god. The religious thirty people there and i never felt more seen in at home. Like oh you guys are right. People and it was the best feeling. So it's worth seeking those places out or create them if it doesn't exist where you are and i think sometimes their that's it can be hard for people because sometimes like kids with neurological. Differences are very different than other kids with neurological differences. And we have sometimes our own hangups of like well. We're not really in that world my kid for example like i'm not like a special needs mom. My kid just has these small issue. You know that like we make divisions within this community that are less necessary and the older. I get the realize i'm like. Oh that's not interesting at all. Like it's really nice for me to have people in my life who i can say. It's one of those days. We're not doing social stuff today. Saga to work out for us. There's a world of people who understand that language whether or not their kids are struggling with exactly the same thing that my kid is struggling with. Definitely i keep saying struggling with. But i mean their kid is interacting with the world in the same way that my kid is and just to touch upon something you just said which is that. I think that.

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"each box" Discussed on DeaconLive

DeaconLive

03:27 min | 8 months ago

"each box" Discussed on DeaconLive

"A like a bela actress. Grades is love having suspending privileged. When i feel unsafe such as an airport going through the scanner. I always had anomaly between my legs sets off the alarm. So she says when i go through the the scanner. I have an anomaly. That's between my legs that sets off the alarm and so she asked me if anything hansen told her. No she's like well. Maybe it's just like the metal on your scan you again. So i did and then it set it off again and i was like look. I'm transplant me down. So am i saying this. I'm saying this. So the young lady the lady at the tsa says there might be metal on your stuff and on your shorts and the rose says no. I'm trans can you just pat me down and can we get on with us. You know i've got. I still have the plumbing and my unit for all intents purposes so here you go. This is the end. There's there's a flip side to this. Hold on per solution. Why do you want to be scanned a man instead. I didn't but ended up doing it. And then my boobs off the scanner because you wanna be scanning the man. She's like no but i did. She got scanners the man then because she's got fake boobs it triggered or another sensor that went off the same. You're not supposed to have these. Of course i try to make a joke. I was like oh yeah. There's a lot of plastic in there. That's fine so then she was like okay. Well we have to pat you down and she was like. Do you want man to do it. I said no absolutely not so. If you're a transgender in your woman i guess you represent a woman i guess you would feel bad feel uncomfortable having a man patchy down would you not but if a woman you down and they feel the unit's your what made you a male is what kind of harm and mental anx is going to give the. Tsa person. i don't want to. I wouldn't want to do it. I don't want to pat down a woman who's now a man and say look all report. That's kind of weird. It's some supposed to be. There was enough there. I don't know i'm just thrown out there. I'm just throwing out there to get your feedback and your feedback is very easy to get us. Just gonna profit radio. Radio dot com. Click on the be hurt session. Let me know how you think about that. How how the person. Tsa should handle that or if you yourself have been through this all right when we come back. I got a couple more things in my wife's going to like this coming up to new ice cream. That's out there. It's going to be her favorite. And then we'll let you guys get back to what you gotta do. Your listen live right here on profit radio from hollywood mom to celebrity stylist influence and bravo reality star alley. Levin has a brand new podcast. This podcast is called for motherhood fashioned lifestyles and spiritual well-being alley interviews celebrities experts entrepreneurs and so much more. Find everything with alli levine on itunes spotify and support podcasts on anchors. Well you're listening to that explains a lot in. My mark. Evans is simple question for you. How many times you to buy a gift for someone in the office or someone in the office. Many times a friend of the family a family a family member. Sometimes you just don't know what to do or what to get him to dnc. Vox dot com establish in two thousand sixteen. You can pick count anything that you want. Each box is guaranteed designed for you from the geek nerd video game style camping meditation yoga and fitness hunger spiritual and beautiful as well. Go to d. n. t. box dot com and.

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"each box" Discussed on Switch4Good

Switch4Good

08:40 min | 9 months ago

"each box" Discussed on Switch4Good

"In in the eu anymore. I it is. I don't actually know the internet's this much but it is but there's too many loopholes like they may be you know the the final product won't be tested on animals but the individual ingredients still can be so it's it doesn't mean anything really that ruling so i. I still don't think you know if those brands are. Those brands are selling china for one thing than nolan cruelty. Free but also. That really isn't very strong. It's not strong enough anyway. So how do you vet the cosmetics that you allow into your Into your beauty box. This is something where for folks who aren't familiar. Please explain how the beauty box works. And then tell us what your criteria is for it. How do you decide what goes in. Because there's quite a lot of pressure on you to make sure that isn't ethical product. Yeah definitely Yes so it started with. I was friends with andrew bernstein. Who's one of the co founders. He worked at pita and we worked on which was like a a harry potter pita campaign video thing we doing and then He had this idea that he wanted. He said i think there's you know opportunity to develop more a big vegan cruelty free subscription box and he connected dagnon. We all had the important thing was that we were all ethical. Vegans business. We're doing it because we are trying to change the world for the way we wanted to be. We want the industry to reflect our values. So yeah we started. This company called kinder beauty which is a vegan cruelty free monthly subscription box. So every month will send a box with you. The beauty products to be able to own stores. And it's a way to like support vegan businesses on educate people on the brands. And just take all the convocation of people's lives for having to do all that research on their own and be so perfect. Because you still have to a you won't you don't get to choose your products every month. And for example like we're we're still of small growing company so we can't select shades reach people for each box so hopefully eventually will get more sophisticated but yeah at the moment it's like we. Yeah we send a selection of like five five or six products every month and it's a fun. An selection process is everything has to be vegan. So we have quite a rigorous questionnaire that we we give to every brand before working with them just so that we can be so sure that the vegan we work with all companies are cruelty free but some brands are like not fully vegan. But they'll have half their products vegan. They're already cruelty free. So so that's our criteria and also we're clean beauty. Brands and clean is less of a like binary term vegan or cruelty free and different companies have different set of standards. We have our own. It's all on the websites. All scientific terms is pretty rigorous too. But yeah those so. We have these questions and then after that. It's just like what we want to see. More of brands that we what we get excited by and we have like facebook group for our subscribers where we canvas them for opinions or you know like what is missing from your life. What would you like to see more of so. That's how it goes. I have to rewind for a second. I know you both know this answer. And i don't i get asked and i don't know so. I think people can conceptualize even though we don't agree with it. Animal testing for the new cancer. Drug whatever but for makeup. I don't understand how many more ingredients to lipstick. Do we need to be testing. Like why are they still tested. Mosquitoes mascara. We've pretty much figured out how to make it black and have your eyelashes go up. And we what are they still testing. That is a good question to ask. Because we're going to be hand somebody on who's Specializes in a you. Know beauty beauty without cruelty But there are you know how they always have Different new this is going to make your lashes grow longer kind of thing. So i'm assuming there's but they don't need to it's true and that's what avant is making a point that for makeup it's just worth it. Whatever your arguments are for my. My kid needs to be saved from cancer. Which is you. And i dot c. Of talked about their f- products continuing to the paradigm of testing on animals actually holds us back from curing cancer Because we know how to cure cancer in an animal but not in humans as well so but It might also just be that like it's jobs isn't it. It's a whole huge industry. And maybe there's just an element of they don't want there to go out of business because it support a lot of people like i think there was during the campaign with peter recently where these owls that are being used in john hopkins university for experiments which have no scientific basis in which they have on record. The researcher saying this isn't really reliable science but they're just doing it because they want to get funding for certain things. I don't know. I think it might be laziness. I think it might be that. It's a whole huge industry. People don't feel like overhauling. I don't know but it is. Your question. ingrid mentioned that when she was on the podcast as far as the national institute of health right down the street from them in washington. Dc and she mentioned something similar like sometimes. It just seems like it's just 'cause it's just what they oh. Oh yeah they. They will grant grants to researchers who've been for example there's one at the oregon health and sciences university. I think it's called but This researcher has been done been doing studies on alcoholism in monkeys for twenty years. And there are enough alcoholics in the united states or in oregon that you can use but no i. It's just easier to do this. Baloney research on an innocent animals so and it keeps them. And i think it's the nih cheesecake responsibility for letting these grants go. Because it's taxpayer money. No all all the time is china. The only country left that requires cosmetic animal testing. I believe so. It's a my understanding is Well they definitely say so. china has evolved. Because it used to be that if you didn't fewer product wasn't may i. It was everybody had to test everything Before it got into china so this is why companies like benefit which were formerly cruelty. Free started testing because china is such a big market right so there you need to check if you're using a makeup five years ago or ten years ago and you think it's cruelty free. It might not be now yes charlotte. Tila breeds no longer cruelty free as of today. What's that charlotte tilbury. Maybe it's not as big in the us. It's a big brand here. Yeah an age aside mentioned because they started selling to china as of today. yeah Ncaa now then china changed. Its rules a little bit. That if it's manufactured in china they will allow it to be The rules are a little less stringent terms of animal testing because they want more obviously more manufacturing done in china itself so anyway were. It's is an involving thing. Volving thing but thank you for making makeup easier to get an educating people about. I know it's my pleasure. So it's it's fun a nike Beauty should be lighthearted unfond and celebrate each be about having to campaign against cruelty. But you know it still is and we'll keep doing that Brodrick mend if anyone wants to more. I really love the website logical harmony. She has really great research to sheena. Combs is her name. She's great research on just like be at brands. Are cruelty free ship dates you if something is no longer cruelty free and does investigations and she writes twelve in the company so.

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"each box" Discussed on Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

05:57 min | 9 months ago

"each box" Discussed on Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

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"each box" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:31 min | 10 months ago

"each box" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"But I do think about we've become such a society where we Where? Something a couple times throw it away. We like, you know, so disposable. So it's interesting to hear you say about that sustainability that I feel like the metrics around. It can be kind of fuzzy. What is sustainability mean to your company? No, I mean we're new brands and we're still learning and we're always open to new ways that we can improve some of the ways I mean, we use recycled and hypoallergenic lead free materials like recycled medals and all of that for our product. And then also it for me. It came down to even just the packaging that it comes in was really important for me because I know sometimes you'll get jewelry and it comes on, like a little card or something that you just tossed in the trash. So I wanted to make sure that each box that are pieces come in is Dirty enough and again using like, also single materials and making sure it's something that you don't want to just talk. But you could actually use as a jewelry box for the item that you thought so all of our past. Meant. It's also kind of like a collectible sort of thing. Like I have all my books for all the jewelry and it looks really pretty on your vanity. So that was my thing is like, Let's make this look really nice and make it dirty and reliable so that people get this they realized, you know I can keep this and I can store all of my jewelry or even other things inside of it right has has a life beyond its initial usage. Hey, um That they sit tight for a second ago. I deliver the news, but we'll come back and continue. Bethany Mota. We're gonna come back to her founder of Adam and matter with us from L A right now that we're gonna head out to D. C. The nation's capital. Checking on world the National News with Nancy Lions Hey, Nance Carol. Senators are now asking questions of the attorneys who argued in favor and against impeachment of former President Donald Trump. Trump's attorneys use just three hours of their allotted 16 outline their case for a quitting the former president at his impeachment trial. Trump's attorney, Michael Vander Veen, says Trump cannot be held responsible for inciting a crowd that attacked the capital. The fact that the attacks were apparently premeditated, as alleged by the House managers. Demonstrates the ludicrousness of the incitement allegation against the president. You can't insight what was already going to happen. They also played video of Democrats using the word fight in various political speeches to bolster their claim that Trump's language was nothing unusual. Vote could happen as early as tomorrow. School should use masks and social distancing the safely resume in person learning as soon as possible. That's the word today from the CDC, which is now out with a new list of guidelines to assist schools. CDC director Rochelle Walensky says vaccinating teachers is important but not a prerequisite for reopening. I want to underscore that the safest way open schools is to ensure that there is as little disease as possible in the community. The guidelines also call for schools to regularly test students and do all they can to improve ventilation. President Biden has made returning students to the classroom one of his top priorities. Level news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm Nancy Lyons, this is Bloomberg. With no fees or minimums on checking and savings accounts. Banking with.

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"each box" Discussed on WORK IT MOMMY PODCAST- JOIN US!

WORK IT MOMMY PODCAST- JOIN US!

05:44 min | 11 months ago

"each box" Discussed on WORK IT MOMMY PODCAST- JOIN US!

"Quite simple. Each wine your shipment is hand. Curated of our family winemaker. Anthony rigoli our head winemaker and arnal. Devon's each shipment is curated for the season and includes a variety of award winning brands as a bonus. We've cu recipes for the perfect food and want mary with each shipment to truly enhance your wine experience. So i basically just read you. What the is number Club is artisan premier. Member club is about. it's on their website. So if you're really into wine this might be a good option because you try a bunch of different things now. Here's the one that is. Were meet the sweet wine club. So if you're into sweet wine that's my thing. I like sweet wine. Give me something sweet with some flavor. Don't want my lips the pucker. Okay it says as fella sweet wine lovers ourselves we want you to know we have you back. Our team of experts hand select exclusive wise to include in each box. Each selection is certain to satisfy that sweet side we take out the hassle and guesswork by delivering only the very best of sweet wines. Right to your door look at that. I think that's great. I think this would be a great gift for like one of your mom friends or like your girl shrines or like you know. Just whatever anyone who you want to give a nice gift to. I think that would be great. And i love the fact that they have a different type of wines. I feel like this brand is one of those brands that they really are out there with the sweet wines which actually like of brains are not. It's more so about like the red wines that are like your dinner winds and things like that pair well would like be in her new dishes and dessert wines or on time on the side burner but now wine Manufacturers are finding is that you know because you know millennials. Brian are like buying most of the why. Now you know. Because that's just where we're at in life and i don't mean that in a bad way i just mean that we're like you know we're growing up so we're like now getting into wines you know. That's the age when you start to get into minds is the age. That millennials currently are and they have found that millennials tint favour sweeter wines. Female millennials specifically. So that's the reason. Why a lot of These brands like these stellar are putting out lot more sweet. Wise even cnn. It you know trader joe's and things like that where they're lot more desert wise versus eight years pass from what i've read. Sweet wines really weren't very popular. Which is why a lotta people just said. Oh i don't like mine is because they are just the kind of wise that were available. Okay so this is great. Guys wanna have sip very good very refreshing. Now let's talk a little bit more about the taste. You really do get that water. Mailing film got that nice blush color to the wine. I chase watermelon. This one time. I had this with actual watermelon chunks. Senate boy i tell you what okay. That was really good because it was super. Refreshing was kind of like a slow release because the watermelon does a really good job with soaking up all the wine. Just kinda like munch on it and you're like constantly being relaxed. His weinhardt relaxes you so it does taste like water moon. It's very fresh very refreshing. Like very good. I like it now. as far as the alcohol content. That's pretty standard as Most y so this isn't going to like knock you over or anything would it's definitely not watered down either and again i really like it. It tastes great with a lot of things again. I'm not very picky about what i drink wine with. You know. I would eat this if i was having like. You know random sandwich. Or whatever i was having for dinner and i can have it with desert or anything else and we just fi now another chip i will say one times making my cheap ole kind of wack sangria that i was telling you buy just throwing a apple chunks in a graves and your wine cup. I actually took the time to make a sangria and use this as the base in a fairy very good so i would definitely suggest it as a base for sangre is i think it would Go over really well at a gathering or party although those aren't happening right now because stinking cold But future planning just kind of keeping your background and people really do like it when i Served at a gathering ahead. So all right guys. I know your thoughts now Have you tried this line if you have. What are your thoughts. Did you like it jay or a. Please let me know on my youtube channel. You also let me know on my facebook or instagram. If you also have sweet wine recommendations okay. I want to know those because again. I am a sweet wine drinker. That's what i liked to drink. So if you know one that you stumbled upon especially if it's deliverable 'cause i'm trying to stay away from the store right now. No thanks bye can get it delivered. That would be awesome. If you will please let me know your recommendations that would be great all right ladies. Thank you so much listening to work at mommy. Have a great day and we'll see in the next episode..

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"each box" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"each box" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Fat acts likewise issued a similar statement saying it's monitoring each box of vaccine doses and will implement contingency plans if needed. Marco Malard ABC NEWS While the vaccine is being distributed around the country, it's taken the work of multiple people and agencies. Large undertaking. Belen Health director of pharmacy, Laura Alar tells Wisconsin's morning news. The Centers for Disease Control has been working on a pandemic playbook for years. Operationalization of that playbook has Not needed to play out until now. But there is a pandemic plan, and each state has adapted their own version of that plan. A large says new vaccines are continually in development, Jane that Mayor WTMJ News and Covert 19 limitations on fans attending sporting events in California could force a change for the Rose Bowl set to take place New Year's Day College Football's original Bowl game. The Rose Bowl could be altered because of covert 19. The upcoming Rose Bowl on New Year's Day is supposed to be a semi final game part of college football's playoffs, but some want the game moved because fans will not be allowed to attend one possible replacement. Arlington, Texas Or some fans would be allowed. 1942 during World War two The Rose Bowl was moved for one year to Durham, North Carolina, Steve Futterman, CBS News, Los Angeles or its traffic and whether our next WTMJ news time 804. Hi, I'm Rick Gentleman with a warning. Millions of people are buying stocks they think are low in price. Watch out. A lot of investors have no idea the risks they're taking. What you are holding steady, right? You haven't made a trade all year. That could be a problem, too..

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"each box" Discussed on The Higherside Chats

The Higherside Chats

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"each box" Discussed on The Higherside Chats

"When is right that pretty much any world leader or royalty or billionaire. Philanthropist has just as many people out there lobbying positive thoughts at them as negative ones. So it doesn't really matter what i think about them because clearly not everyone thinks like i do or this wouldn't be a counterculture show but my point was just that if you look at how this world seems to have been designed to be without technology stripped away we'd be in little villages and communities and as individuals we be pretty unknown outside of our circle but because of our manmade outdated political structures and global communication technologies and all of that hundreds of millions of people are aware of certain figures in leadership positions and those people have a lot of positive and negative intention quote unquote lobbed at them. And i don't see any indication that it makes much of a difference in their lives. That's what i think is kind of curious. I mean does the cia. Use the power of eight. Why even stage coups or launch assassination teams if you can just do some of that work from the pentagon intention room sure. There's a blowback effect. But just don't tell them that and get eight more recruits for the next one. I know they the men who stare at goats stuff but now we have lens process and it seems to have no limits for healing. Why would it have limits for other stuff. There is the argument that the universe is tilted towards the positive. We do need love and touch and human interaction to and survive so maybe positive intention does get a little bit more fuel to it. I had almost half to or there'd be no one left but look at the seed thing. How the hell does it work via photograph. How high the resolution need to be on. That photograph does a black and white photo work just as well. What about an eight bit photo. That's so pixellated. You can barely see what you're looking at. What about taking four pictures of four seeds each and then instead of planting those in groupings mixing them up and planning one seed from each votto in each box. Would the intended upon seeds still outgrow the rest with one oversize stock in each pot. I just have so many questions and single'magic i wanna know if that extra step of writing it into a symbol ads juice. Let's do apples to apples and do a power of eight and tension and then power vague intention where the intention statement is broken down into a schedule. And that's focused on. Let's just compare those two things. I don't have a dog in the fight. I just want to understand what's under the hood of reality and i get lynch point. Which is that. The power of eight is what she focuses on and it works so she's not to worried about the rest. Yes other things work to but why fix what is broken. How many processes do you really need to get that same result but to have someone who's been so dedicated to this study as well as maintaining a health magazine called what doctors don't tell you. I mean this is pretty perfect for us right. I never really want to make these interviews about. I have this deaf ear. A condition that the western systems says is completely unfixable and if it was to be fixed through intention. Wouldn't that be the thing that made a believer out of all of us. I might sound like a broken record sometimes. But it's hard not to bring it up when we're talking about such radical healing effects. And i've read the book i've seen the studies. I am a believer. But i also wonder why these things don't just explode by word of mouth if it's basically magic healing that affects everything from cancer to blindness paralysis. Why doesn't it just completely overtake western medicine by the results alone..

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"each box" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"each box" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Voice of Colorado live everywhere on the I. Heart Radio AB from ABC News. I'm Derek Dennis President Trump Tweeting about his last ditch Election challenge loss at the Supreme Court. His words Supreme Court really let us down. No wisdom, no courage. This was the case. President Trump called the Big One. The Supreme Court, including the three justices, the president appointed denied a request from Texas to even file a lawsuit challenging the election results. The court said Texas does not have a cognizable interest in how other states conduct their elections. The attorney general in one of those other states, Pennsylvania, said the Supreme Court saw through this seditious abuse of the judicial process is Erica to risky. Meantime, coronavirus relief is coming across. What's the U S. The FDA granting emergency use authorization for a new Fizer biotech vaccine. The first doses shipping out immediately, FedEx taking the West that ups taking the East to reach all 50 states within 48 hours, each box attract every step of the way ups already shipping of thousands of vaccine kits with syringes and PPE. Health care workers and nursing home residents will be some of the first vaccinated hospitals across this country training and eager to get started a veces Alex Stone And the vaccine can't come soon enough as infections, hospitalizations and deaths from Cove in 19 continue to rise. Los Angeles County reporting 13,815 new cases on Friday alone with death in the state overall topping 8000 people two weeks from now, we could witness 80 people dying each day. These numbers are overwhelming, and the grief that our community continues to experience can't be comprehended L, a county public health director, Barbara Fairer. More pics Announce for President Elect Biden's Cabinet Tom Vilsack for Agriculture secretary opposed he held in the Obama administration. Marcia Fudge is HUD secretary, the first African American woman in the post. And former U N Ambassador Susan Rice is domestic Policy Council chair. You're listening to ABC News.

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"each box" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"each box" Discussed on KOMO

"It's now coming up on coma. Brian Harris with the grim pandemic picture as we head into the December holidays. I'm Charlie Harder. What Local researchers from the Hutch have to say about the Koran virus vaccines 65 From ABC News. I'm Daria Aldinger President. Trump said It was the case the nation was waiting for A B C's Andy Field says the nation's highest court didn't agree. Supreme Court, including three justices, the president appointed denied the Texas request even file a lawsuit challenging the 2020 election results. The court saying Texas did not show a clear interest in how another state conducts its election on Lee. Justices Alito and Thomas said they would at least accept the case but then would not offer to It's just any relief. The bottom line case closed. The Trump campaign plans to run ads on cable networks leading up to Monday's electoral college vote. Describing what it claims is widespread voter fraud. The FDA is expected to sign off shortly on the Visor vaccine. ABC is Alex Perez at the Fizer plant in Michigan says they're waiting to roll that ax taking the West that ups taking the East to reach all 50 states. Within 48 hours each box attract every step of the way ups already shipping of thousands of vaccine kits with syringes and PPE. Health care workers and nursing home residents will be some of the first vaccinated hospitals across this country training and eager to get started. Baby sees Matt Gutman says that vaccine can't come soon enough for hospitals nationwide outside a major hospital that is using its garage as a triage unit looks like a military field hospital spoken to a doctor who's been pulling 20 hour days for two consecutive weeks. Nobody says the same thing. They can buy more beds that could make more space. They cannot manufacture more medical staff. And with these exploding numbers, and L, a county, I'm told that some hospitals in this region will reach the breaking point and the next coming weeks. They say that they may not be able to admit new patients. The Senate has approved the National Defense Authorization Act and ascended onto Prentiss President Trump, and it's done so with enough votes to override a threatened veto. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay informed the comb. Oh, evening news. Good evening to you Come on news time 602. It's 41 in downtown Seattle. I'm Rick Fan size our top stories from the coma. 24 7 News Center..

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"each box" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"each box" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And weather. This is news radio Wofl a Tampa and w X TV HD to Clearwater. Good morning. I'm Chris Strengthen our top story A 10 o'clock The Corona virus is responsible for the death of a Hillsborough County woman. The Department of Health announced the death of the 75 year old, marking the county's 188 death. The county also recorded 800 new cases, pushing its total past the 19,000 mark statewide. Florida set a national record with 15,000 new cases. Polk County City may become the next place to require masks. Winter Haven city commissioners are expected to vote this evening on requiring masts in public. A proposed 30 day emergency ordinance has several exemptions, including Children under eight businesses could face a $150 fine if they don't post signs and take other steps to enforce the rules. Winter Haven is in Polk County, where all five county commissioners say they're against a mask mandate. Gordon Byrd. NewsRadio W F L A one of the first legal challenges to face covering ordinances in Florida has been rejected. A state court judge in Tallahassee says A Leon County ordinance does not violate any constitutional rights. Hillsborough County's current face covering ordinance is facing a similar challenge by state representative Anthony Sabbatini. He also filed the Leon County lawsuit. Florida Citrus growers are feeling the squeeze orange production in the state down 6% year over year to 67 million boxes to put that in perspective. Back in 1998 production was 244 million boxes, each box containing £90 of fruit. The industry continues to battle the greening disease and a drop in juice demand. Great fruit production was up a bit, and more tangelo Tze and tangerines are being grown in Florida. State still retains its title as the nation's top orange producer. I'm Rory O'Neill, Tampa Bay traffic and weather just moments away with Florida's news mine, Chris Trunk man. Uh, the engine's making that noise again. You know you can lease or even buy a new car from the road. A lab Really upgrading to a new car would be nice. Like when we upgraded from that tiny little.

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"each box" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"each box" Discussed on WDRC

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"each box" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"each box" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Sorry to see it happen and I hope to die hope that they their their new lives are good I hope that both meet somebody and. do follow a surprise you're not bothered by that yes you're not one of my business just go on with your life so I really don't care what they're in the midst of marriage manner it's not so that's not a joke is a joke no such yeah Hey listen Markham another coming up next attend Russian eleven the market Melinda get it to the to get the three to seven gang off from three to seven that's when we have a schedule today the three to seven gang is coming on from three to seven or call on three seven games yes that video with that tech experts talking about the power that Google Facebook and other social media and other websites have on you yes they do have the power to influence you you may not realize it but they are day to day we got that video on my on my Facebook page at time Jeff was in fact you could find me on all social media at Todd Jeffries Instagram Twitter. linkedin twitch mixer zero that's my new favorite one so there you go man who each box beyond that no no box I'm not on that we don't hooch boxes of man you got to check that one is tight and show. Jake on roofing is the most trusted name in Austin ripping since nineteen and seventy nine and you know John Connor family still running the show over there my family structure J. calling for thirty years got him come out to your home every couple years you need to do that inspection not talk about that a lot can't stress it enough because first of all it's free and it's a great way to avoid big expense down the road if you head off a little problem of the past our very own Candace here at the radio station loves and she just work with Jay con the G. con team just took care of me that's the only way to say at the end of the inspections the staff was excess will one eight questions and I I had a lot of questions I wanted a lot of details but the whole process could have been easier it was my friends at work the recommended that I call J. con and now I recommend people friends family neighbors they called a kind give him a call I I.

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