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"east south" Discussed on KCRW
"And one of the reasons why I think John Denver resonated with him was because he is from rule Korea. So a population of Ah 102 100,000 people and he found in artists like John Denver and the Eagles. I think like a really Agreeable and also familiar. Radiation of America. So When John Devers things about taking me home country roads. The country roads that my dad envisioned was his hometown, Uh, in south east, South Korea. Mm. But then, um, West Virginia Mountain Momma? Yeah, I think that's like the juxtaposition that that's pretty funny because I'm assuming most of the people who were listening to John Denver. In East Asia probably have never visited West Virginia and their lives for will definitely never meet someone who knows someone from from West Virginia's so I think more than that, it's I've personally never been to West Virginia or the Shenandoah River. But I could kind of imagine, and kind of feel what it what it looks like. So I think it was the image the pastoral image that you could kind of associate with. The lyrics of Denver song. And didn't actually play a role in his decision to come to United States to emigrate. Yeah, I I think it would be Who definitely a stretch to say my dad heard John never. And he knew right away that you wanted to move to America, but I think what it was is Was part of the soundtrack and a part of the culture that shaped his sentiment towards the United States. So I think when a lot of people talk about immigration they talked about Like the numbers, So they talk about the economics behind immigration What that means for GDP and unemployment and such. But I think what's lost often is what an emotional decision immigrating to new country is because that means You're leaving All your friends, Your family. You're moving to a country where you don't speak the primary language. Aziz. Well as you do your native tongue, so It? Definitely. Although it was the song that made him think. Oh, I need to move to another country and leave behind my parents on my friends. It was definitely a part of building the dream around America. Right, So it's like classic soft power that the State Department.
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"east south" Discussed on WTOP
"Start soon visit Ung si dot et you certified to operate in Virginia by Shaft between traffic and weather. Every 10 minutes on the H two rich hunter but other U T o p Traffic center, all right, traveling on the Beltway. For now, in Maryland and Virginia, no major issues to report traffics actually been flowing pretty freely. Still working with a couple of issues right now in the district. There's a crash involving an official vehicle in southeast right at the intersection for Stanton Road in Alabama Avenue Heavy response on scene for now expect that to be shut down for quite some time as a result of that investigation, So be aware now if you're driving and also staying in South East South Capitol Street closed between Atlantic Street in Danbury Street for yet another crash. And authorities were wrapping up a crash on south on Georgia Avenue near Decatur Street Northwest and there you were getting by under police direction, So be aware now, if you're traveling on the freeway, you're looking good. So far, no early issues along New York Avenue in batter out found right now in Maryland residents of this afternoon's or this evening seriously crash he spent on a Maryland 200 the IC C East to shady Grove Virgin now getting by single file, too, right? Setbacks and investigation. If you're driving in Virginia, I 95 93 95 are in good shape should be wrapping up the crash and North found 1 23 over top of 95. There you were squeezing by single file to the right heading back to work. Need a few items in the store. Northern Virginia's transit providers can get you there When your trip can't wait. Transit can get you there, Visiting overrides dot org's to plan your safe and healthy trip. Rich 100 wtlv traffic rich. Thank you. It's gonna be chilly overnight. Let's check in life down. We're storm Team four meteorologist Briana Berman solo. Getting cold already out there. Temperatures are sitting in the forties and fifties will.
"east south" Discussed on KCRW
"Respond. Beijing has offered the Olympic organizing committee. Chinese Corona virus vaccines. Tokyo Summer Olympics will run this July and Beijing said it could vaccinate participants attending that and Beijing's Winter Olympics which take place in China and less than a year. Japan quickly said its athletes would not get a jab from China because Japan has yet to approve any of China's vaccines. Trying to currently has four domestically approve vaccines and has pledged to ship hundreds of millions of doses two countries in the Middle East South America in Southeast Asia, but it has been criticized for not releasing detailed clinical trial data for any of its vaccines. And other countries, including Japan, and the U. S have been slow in approving them. Emily Fang. NPR NEWS Beijing The House of Representatives has passed two measures on gun control. One bill would require background checks on all gun purchases. The other would allow an expanded 10 Day review for gun sales. There's little Republicans support for the bill's Democratic leaders in the Senate say they will take up the legislation. But it's not clear that they would have 60 votes to avoid a Senate filibuster. The National Weather Service says a major storm is coming to the central US this weekend. Some areas like the upper Plains could get historic amounts of snow blizzard conditions are expected in some areas. Farther south, Forecasters warn Severe thunderstorms will strike the Plains region through Sunday. On Korver Coleman NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include T. Rowe Price,.
How can I grow an herb garden in the kitchen?
"Do i have to have a grow light to grow an herb garden indoors or can i do it narrow window. Well mark I know it can be done near a window however to be what i'm gonna call positively successful. I think she needs to go with the grow. Light happens. That i just the other day i was in a home. Where the There is a glass wall if you will but it's faces north and because there is no direct light in that and no really intensity to the light She has gone to a grill arrangement. That is A wooden structure that has a bulb in the top of it. She has eight pots of various herbs. interestingly enough both the curly and flat parsley and then iraq etc etc and i. I can't remember when i was told this was going to happen. That it can't be much more than a month and a half that those pots were were filled the seeds planted and lori. They're growing like crazy under this situation. Now i know of a couple of situations where south windows when when you carefully handle turning the pots and so on and as long as there's no register under the window and so on i think it could be done with what we'll call metro light but i i'm almost certain should be happier Small well yeah. Call it a small expenditure. I believe the lady told me this was around one hundred fifty dollars for the pots soil. Trae that they sit on the light bulb the whole sch- meal. And i know she's having fantastic success to the point. She's almost gonna have to waste a little bit of the herbs to keep them short enough and bushy enough because they're trying to grow right up through the top of the whole thing right now but Yes plants can be grown in natural light. I would say in east south or west window by far if you're gonna try to do it without light It is extra lights but the success rate will be measurably greater. If if she can go with a an indoor light contraption now you could do it on l. through natural light aided with i'm gonna call it a shop light. It would be kind of crude looking ahead of the ranger fan. I used to use the start seeds in the basement or a little table Shop light on chain and cetera. it did work however I'm quite comfortable. That this arrangement of as i say i think it was around one hundred fifty bucks Maybe two hundred but it makes an expensive urban away but it's the more sure way of getting something of value to us in the kitchen.
"east south" Discussed on WTOP
"It's 1 28 traffic and weather on the AIDS to Rita Kessler in the W T o p Traffic Center. Seeing delays on south Bound D C tu 95 south bound to 95. To the Baltimore Washington Parkway. Coming after 1 95 to route 100. This is where we have the accident Activity. Watch for response. They're not quite sure How many lanes air getting you buy. You'll also find after that everything running well. Eastbound 50 slows from Whitehall Road trying to get onto the eastbound span of the Bay Bridge. The right lane of two is blocked with the work. The westbound span is running two way traffic. No delays on westbound 50 trying to get across the westbound span of the bridge in the district, South Bondi see to 95 heavy passing Benning Road north bound so soft. 11 straight Bridge to Pennsylvania Avenue. The work was in the left lane north, but in the third Street Tunnel is still slow near Massachusetts Avenue, headed onto out about New York Avenue at New Jersey Avenue. A single lane gets by the work in North East South Dakota Avenue of Bladensburg Road was a report of a crash in Virginia on 66 westbound delays starting from the Beltway toward Nutley Street. Then again, passing the Fairfax County Parkway eastbound heavy inside the Beltway after Washington Boulevard, a single right lane. We'll get you by the work zone. Also on Route seven. Westbound delays near near Colvin Run Road China make your Way to bearing Cameron. That's where you're going to find a single lane. Getting by the work this October van Meter Holmes wants you to have all treats and no tricks now until October 31st van Meter's giving you up to $20,000 in savings Visit Van Meter home. Stop Comes life Savings to learn more I'm Rita Kessler. W T o p traffic. Return to storm Jane Forrest Lauren rickets highs today. Running above average right around 80 degrees. It's breezy and its beautiful overnight.
"east south" Discussed on WTOP
"When you've a Wells Fargo checking account, Wells Fargo Bank and a member of the SEC. It's 12, 48 traffic and weather on the eights. Rob Stallworth in the W. T o p Traffic Center. We're going to start in Maryland. This is the interlude near for 50 Annapolis Road. We have the report of one broken down. So watch out for that. Otherwise, things are clear on I 95 in the Baltimore Washington Parkway between the two beltways route 50 looking pretty smooth across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, both eastbound and westbound with three lanes west into Lane's east on the Eastern Shore. Westbound route 50. This's fast why Mills and 44. We may have one stopped in the roadway. They're traveling in Bethesda 3 55 Rockville Pike, both ways just north of Cedar Lane. We had the report of the crimes. They're involving a bicyclist. We believe you may be under police direction. They're north down to 70 after 1 17. That work remains along the rights out of the road way south down to 70 after 1 20 for the work zone Mobile in nature. Is along the left side. No issues reported in Virginia on the Beltway between Alexandria and Adela McClane eastbound 66, often on the breaks inside the Beltway due to the work zone past Washington Boulevard, having a single left lane getting you buy. I 95 South bound lanes available as you make your way between the Springfield interchange in Fredericksburg. It's north down. I 95 watch for delays past dump for He's headed toward 1 23. That's where we had debris in the centre of the road. Way no problems on 93 95 as you make your way past its road headed up to and across the 14th Street Bridge, and the district remains clear on the South East South West Freeway north Down D. C. Tu 95 past Pennsylvania Avenue. Watch for delays there as you head towards Eastern Avenue. From Internet speed options up to 100 gigs to cloud collaboration tools. Cox Business offers flexible and scalable solutions. So Northern Virginia could you can get back to business Learn more at Cox Business dot com I'm Rob Stallworth. W T o P. Traffic. Okay, Rob Here's Storm Team force Lauren Ricketts. It is a hot and muggy one. Temperatures are going to continue to rise today, too, right around 90 degrees, but, of course, feeling close to.
"east south" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"Second Nilanthi Samara Nyaka she is the director of the strategy and Policy Analysis Program. At CNA with expertise on Indian Ocean and South Asia security. Finally Judd government. He's the director of the Africa Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and a former national intelligence officer for Africa. It's the law. Fair podcast July thirteenth. Cove nineteen, and it's national security implications in the middle. East South Asia and Africa. Mona. Let's start with Iran and then the wider Middle East in terms of. Covid arrived and how it spread this spring. How did it? I affect the Levada in the wider Middle East, so Iran was the first country in the Middle East to experience covet, and it was quite early as early as mid February that there were actual reports of it started in the. Religious City of calm, but then very quickly spread throughout the country. It was notable that a number of senior Raanan officials contract the disease. There was one. Memorable anecdote when I think it was. Maybe it was the deputy health minister who was giving a press conference sweating profusely and was not note. This has been stabilized. That really is no outbreak and the next day is reported that he's come down with covert. So Iran was really one of the earliest ones in remains the regional epicenter of the pandemic other countries that are now experiencing more significant outbreaks are Iraq. Some of the Gulf countries and Egypt. Now, the attention that was given at least in most of the international press was really to the Iranian government. There wasn't as much attention to the spread among the population in Iran and even less soda populations spread in the other countries, but did it did it follow a similar pattern too much of the rest of the world where everybody was focused on flights coming in from China, and then eventually the flights coming in from Europe and other locations got attention. Well I think it was absolutely a the Islamic republic's ties to China that we're fingered initially, but we should also note that the government really downplayed the pandemic attempted to hide the true extent of it. There are still questions about how extensive testing was, but there were videos and other things coming out on twitter and other social media platforms where it became very clear that the country was fairly quickly overwhelmed and I should know they did respond, but with some lockdown measures gradual ones through April and May. And then started to reopen in June, and now they're in the midst of essentially a second surge that has seen including the last few days, the largest single number of deaths in one day and Iran has in the top ten list for numbers of infections of Covid not a top ten list you WANNA be on right between Italy and Spain. Right. Along. Let's turn to you. How about South Asia did cove it arrive, and what was it like in that first month or two? Sure India and Pakistan for their part they acted early in terms of imposing restrictions, the lockdowns suspending era travel bus travel, but I think one of the criticisms was that it was implemented quite harshly, so there were concerns from the outset about food insecurity, just access to basic staples, migrant workers and India who needed to walk for hundreds of miles to return to their villages, due to the restrictions on. On movements, so it was difficult for them, but Bangaldesh is an interesting case. Because the they saw returning migrant workers or so essentially in Bangladesh, a lot of citizens will go abroad to work especially, in the Middle East and then they will send remittances home, so it's really a top contributor to the the national economy so these workers were coming home from the Middle East from. From Europe and they they weren't really quarantining, so it was a different experience than Indian Pakistan and then there are descending on Daca, which is the most densely populated city in the world, and then they're returning to their homes in the villages of so that's how the the virus has been spreading in. Bangladesh, they're having a difficult time in terms of needing hospital beds and ventilators and Bangash is expecting. Expecting a peak in September Parkistan in the late summer, and then just this week, India surpassed Russia on the Johns Hopkins. University tracker, so it's it's right now after the you ask Brazil in terms of confirmed cases, so it's the the region going through a very difficult time right now. Absolutely, Judd, when and where did Africa get this coronavirus? I and which governments reacted best and worst early on. I, always like the president of Kenya's statement about this, he said this is a crisis that was not created on the African continent as so in sub. Saharan Africa Nigeria I in late February and takes all the way till mid mid-may for all forty nine countries. To have their first index cases, and it's a really very case only one case in sub Saharan Africa Somalia. Actually has a China Nexus. The majority of them actually reflect colonial ties, so you see a number of countries that formerly that are anglophone, having UK connections French with Francophone countries and then. A number of countries that have been infected by index cases from Italy given the really numbers Italy had. Was Pretty Slow at first took ninety eight days for the. Region to reach just one hundred thousand cases, and so it had the lowest caseload globally, but now things are picking up eighteen days to get to two hundred thousand now we're just reach the the half million mark. Let me ask you you are. How much of that is due to under testing that we've heard about across Africa. Yeah, I mean that's there's a number of different hypotheses on why the case load has been low and and the death rate is actually really low. It's about twelve thousand deaths so far some people point sort of the young population age medians about nineteen some talk about the the lockdowns and I can talk a little more about how swiftly those were implemented, but yes, under testing is a big challenge on the continent. They're largely just telling in cities. A report that came out earlier this week, said four thousand tests per million, which compares very poorly to wet. The testing levels are in say Europe. South Africa though I should point out is actually not bad when it comes to testing, it's the nineteenth globally in terms of the number of Tasir motion of population tested. Okay. Well, let's dig into the. Political and social consequences of Covid nineteen, these obviously will be profound, and in some places they already are dramatic Mona. Talk with us a bit about these dynamics in the Middle East and where they have been the most consequential. So I think in many ways it's going to be coverted second and third order effects that are probably going to be the most consequential for the region. We're GONNA see we're starting to already a reverberate in ways that are quite significant and I would note in particular is really the economic. Fallout from covid from the shutdown of measures. Put in place. That really poised to impact region in a significant way of the oil market, for example, witnessed a collapse in prices, April it has said somewhat recovered.
"east south" Discussed on WTOP
"East South Street Reich's Ford road work causing a delay in acting gig on two ten north near Barry road Maryland to twenty eight single file left getting by fifty at the bay bridge wind warnings once again in effect but no vehicle restrictions the works out in the district causing slowdowns DC to ninety five north bound after Burroughs Avenue toward eastern Avenue single file right getting by Jack Taylor WTOP traffic when the weather is going to be with us for the rest of today it'll still be breezy again for tomorrow and Sunday but with changeable wind directions today it was a northwest wind will gust between forty and fifty miles per hour at times wind advisory until six o'clock and Chile today's I only fifty three there's a freeze watch tonight for Loudon county northern Montgomery County and areas north and west of there towards the Shenandoah Blue Ridge northern Maryland and the mountains of West Virginia tomorrow morning temperatures in the thirties tomorrow afternoon still breezy northwest winds ten to twenty miles per hour highs near sixty plenty of Saturday sunshine breezy again on Sunday but it's a south wind so temperatures will be back in the seventies and there's a chance for strong to severe storms late Sunday night into early Monday morning Monday back near eighty degrees I'm storm team four meteorologist Chuck bell for WTOP right now forty three degrees in Glenmont forty four in Centerville and forty six degrees in northwest nine forty one on this Good Friday Catholics have been invited into Notre dom cathedral in Paris for the first time since the fire ravaged that church a year ago but this was no ordinary service.
Turning a passion for sports into a career
"And today we're GONNA start off in South East South Dakota In Minot saying hello to Randy Taylor Cherokee Cowboy and pro announcer. He is also choctaw and he is the host of native voice one radio segment word with champ. Thanks for joining us for another native America. Calling Randy the pleasures mindshare. Hello Hello so Randy. When we think about being that athlete and then there comes a time to start a new chapter We turn to you and talk to me. A little bit about Having a career in sports it's been somewhat natural for me. My Dad was a race. Car driver He was a first generation race car driver. His popularity grew in the sixties after starting on a drag racing strip and then he continued in dirt track circuit racing in Oklahoma where I'm from. They called it super modified and then he graduated industry car right think which went with the big boys. We moved to Tennessee and then came back home where he were. Instead of building and designing and driving cars he simply showed up to the race track with a helmet bag so my life in sports. I would say that certainly began with him and his dedication and watching him win lose crash and continue to follow a passion that he had and and I think that developed my passion for sports starting and wrestling and the child sports that we do in in peewee baseball pop warner football and continued on into the Rodeo circuit. So that that's how I began. And it's been a blessing for me ever shits insulated when you think of being that athlete and then moving into the position that du Sir that you feel very well now How do you think that to work together? Beat ANNOUNCER AND ACTUALLY. What's happening There in the arena. I feel that the opportunity to have accepted victory and defeat and knowing what it takes to be successful and what sports comes defeat. I mean. That's huge you know you look Babe Ruth. He struck out more than he had home runs and he's probably the greatest Baltron as many other athletes. Are I believe that There are some announcers that are dedicated to being announced that. Do not have a background in sports but I think they have to really dig in and dig within themselves and do a lot of research but are believed that being an athlete from the ground up as provides a lot of authenticity. When you know how a man feels or a woman feels when they when they're experiencing that in the arena and then transferring the emotion to a a ticket by customer. What when that does happen. Or maybe even your ability to interpret. Why certain While in the Rodeo arena. It's not plays but but maybe why Even a bull did something that it did. You have that kind of insight in a lot of times when we are those athletes in action We don't necessarily know what those lessons that we learn as were moving and competing What they may help us with in the Future Randy. When you think about that knowledge you regaining when you were in the love. The sport Helping you out years later. What do you think about that? That's a good thoughts and and I think that There are a lot of lessons learned on the field or on the match or in the race track and the race car on about can horse. I take the probably the biggest lie that we all learn. Sports Humility No matter how bad you think you are. There's GonNa be a bucket horse. It's coming along and he's going to hurt you and he's going to throw you off and and and bury your head in the sand in front of a lot of people and some of those people are your friends and family or you might be sixteen hundred miles away from home so so so no matter how much success you have and whatever endeavor you pursue. I believe that's that's where the biggest lessons that we can learn. And in the sports arena or at a microphone especially. I am challenged today I have. I have challenges that are presented and I have to stop and think how would I have handled this? How do I handle this? And what would my peers and mentors? How would they handle this? And I and I and I think that you are correct in that speaking on a market sold about sports she participated in certainly gives you an advantage in a leg up and so talk to us a little bit about the announcing announcing that you do this weekend I was in Waterloo Iowa and a coors bull riding classic next weekend. I am a monster truck. Show in rapid city South Dakota. I've had the privilege of announcing the Indian National Finals Rodeo six times and I've had the opportunity to announce the championship of champions. Which is the Indian relay horse racing Championships at the Horse. Nations Indian Relay Council. This'll be the sixty or coming up. I believe it is scheduled in Walla. Walla we started in billings and then went to Walla Walla. The past couple of years
"east south" Discussed on WTOP
"The beltway but westbound from White House road all traffic must exit onto the outer loop of the beltway west bound rich Marber road is blocked in the first round about for four ninety five it's a mishap involving a trailer there's more traffic coming on the outer loop from that ramp and into a new traffic pattern your Central Avenue on the outer loop traffic channels around the long term rebuilding project two lanes to the left two lanes to the right if you need to exit on the Central Avenue you got to stay right otherwise you'll have to continue north through land over you'll miss the exit on route fifty east bound on the bay bridge it's broken down vehicle it's a truck and it's blocking the right lane look for delays through the toll plaza a new traffic pattern of the bay bridge toll plaza the as a begin to take steps to dismantle the I. toll plaza the told area there the leftmost toll lanes with the exception of the EZ pass lanes are blocked but the delay is our result of the broken down truck on the bay bridge itself I ninety five north bound beyond thirty two near one seventy five a crash involving truck along the right side thirty two east bound your route one a crash report and Baltimore Washington parkway north bounty on powder mill tied up with only one lane getting nine issue I. seventy westbound between now here in new market the recovery of a tractor trailer rack blocking the right lane two left lanes of getting by very slowly westbound toward Frederick on interstate seventy no hang ups on two seventy couple slowdowns here in their north of Germantown toward Frederick County in Virginia ice sixty six westbound is slow from the unnatural past one twenty three and from Fairfax county parkway through Centerville northbound on ninety five the street sweeper should be done for the day delays north Lorton should begin east south bound volume on three ninety five ninety five delays from king street do straight from lord across the aka Kwan in in the district it's slow northbound on DEC two ninety five from the eleven street bridge past Pennsylvania in mount sterling parkway near for a sterling Avenue look for one broken down along the left side outbound delays toward the parkway from south capital street through the long term work sound how are your federal agencies future leaders today through the presidential management fellows program visit OPM dot com slash enough that's OPM dot com slash enough to learn more days till nine WTOP traffic daily cloudy through the evening and temperatures will fall into the upper forties after sunset overnight lows will be in the upper thirties to low forties cloudy with some patchy fog few showers or some drizzle tomorrow highs in the upper forties to near fifty mostly cloudy Wednesday upper.
"east south" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Start off by saying. Yeah, I thought it smells funny. I told you that on the air right here the story, right? They've arrested somebody they've charge somebody with the with the gouge your story. You know, what this is all about? This is a couple of different instances on the campus of Gaucho where racist graffiti was written on the walls. Bathroom initially that were short shared by two or three rooms. And those rooms actually all I think had a black students in them. Something smells funny here. Just doesn't some probable, and then there's the second event. And I said again, something smells funny here. Nose was away. Well, Flynn a Yanni or Johnny. Arthur a twenty one year old guy from Brunswick, Maine and was arrested this past Thursday, charged with two counts of militias destruction of property. Oh, yeah. He's black. He was one of the guys in those three rooms. So both in both ends in specific individuals targeted. Feeding a backwards swastika which is I think native American for good luck or something like this, actually. And obviously you have all of the social Justice warriors out on Friday and over the weekend. Immediately after this events with those racist, white people. How dare they do this thing? Now, something smells funny, something smells funny. Now, we don't know exactly what his motivation was. And he's been charged not convicted yet. So again, we have to say the alleged guy, but because of this some black students started the buddy system of walking around in pairs campus of night. The the black student union group there does need only common area on campus for students to gather debrief event. And. So we had to mobilise we were just trying to get an education is really disappointing and draining. My concern is officials will be like we got him. We solve all your problems. But this is just the tip of the iceberg. These are people who are convinced somehow. That when the black guy troubled, obviously rights racist graffiti on the walls that is a clear indication of white racism. So there you have it. I told you smell funny. Actually, I'm sorry. This story on Friday because I thought I'd done a pretty careful search it didn't actually show up. I think until much later in the day. So so. Kind of exciting to know that this was my one time to be right? This year. They finally pulled it in Brazil Baldwin's grabs. Call real quick a very quick with this morning. Good morning griz. Good morning, actually, the swastika native American culture. Signal swirling. The wings comes to north east, south and west. All the women that we some of the the Navajo rugs and someone in the rugs and tapestry for note of Americans that was a shake restrain Bill. They could only be role to be given to cheat or shame or medicine, man. She goes Asian John lane ready. Couple of decades ago. It's good to know. Thanks, passenger lumbers. Appreciate four one zero WCBS eighty little wisdom from the listening audience. All right. Where to start where to start where to start? There's so much. That's happened in the last couple of days. Oh, wait. One more local story near Patterson park near the pagoda. Baltimore police say this is yesterday story. And I I'm looking for the two images. So I can post you can see a noose was found in Patterson park. Pagoda Sunday morning. Offers a recalled, blah, blah, blah. Suming that the picture that I've seen the news. It's not a noose at all. Is a swing hung from a tree that you put one foot in and you swing back and forth. Otherwise, it's a news for somebody who's around two feet tall. Because at that height is not particularly sign of racial hate. There is an inclination in the culture. To certain parts of the culture to look for problems where they do not exist. I don't fault the police for this. Somebody called this in they were called in go look at this news. And the story simple reports that a noose was found. And a man I'll continue to look for the images when we find them oppose them for you. Because I saw then frankly, I I was in the car on my cell phone the opportunity to go and posted at that moment. It's not a nuisance all it's just sometimes you wonder people are so intent on fighting a problem where there is none. Finding discrimination of where there is none in crying wolf about it. And the problem is as soon as real discrimination doesn't get doesn't get acknowledged because we eventually say enough for this enough. So we will eventually dismissed all of it. And that is what's happening right now. All right on the national scene. A lot heaven, obviously, George H W Bush passed away this past weekend. It's interesting. On the Bruce Elliott show page on Facebook, by the way, forty seven hundred members so far. And it continues to grow. I I mean, I just wonder how close we'll get to five thousand by year's end. I mean, it takes what from this roughly ten people are eleven people a day every day this month to get there. Which is certainly something we've seen in the past, but I'm just gratified that so far forty seven hundred listeners, and that is a fraction of what we actually reach every day. We reached tens of thousands of folks in any given broadcast weeks on hoping that if you're not remember, we pushed lots of stuff there's stuff that frankly, some of it. We never have the chance to talk about here on the air because we're only on for three hours, but check it out. But I posted a very briefing noting his passing. There. Please. No hate, right? No hayden. And actually had one guy who was still. Have been suggested as somebody is a member complain about that. That somehow I was feeling his free speech. And people who say that kind of stuff first of all I think they have no idea what the meaning of the first amendment is. In a in a group like the Bruce elite show group on Facebook. Or in any other group? There's certain rules that you accept when you're going in. And this particular case, it was we want to be civil. No hate all right. People have problems with George Bush senior with forty one. All right, fine. I got it. I think on the balance of things he was a slight disciplined to conservatives. But at the same time, he led us into a successful escapade in Kuwait, he oversaw when the Berlin Wall came down. I mean, there's some very positive things that happened on the international stage, and there's never been a president more equipped to deal with international issues. Then George H W Bush was and he was a man of humidity. Unlike frankly, ninety nine out of one hundred politicians. Who are not. Barack Obama runs around all the time. Saying is Mimi Mimi, I difficult speech from that guy. He says his own name or me or I. But once every forty five seconds he can't help himself. It's all about him. And of course, you look I think the guys doing the right thing in office, but Donald Trump has at the same disease. These people aren't humble, and I admire humidity. I think it's a good trait. I think we should emulate that in our daily life. And it is somehow comforting. If if one is a believer to think that George H W Bush is now with his wife and with their three-year-old daughter, Robin who passed away very young obviously and smiling down on all of us. So. A significant man has passed. Well, more on the show later on. And of course, Michael Cohen tailender last week said all right? I lied to congress. I'm a lying liar. Who has lied to congress politicians on both sides of the aisle decided to react to that the Mueller investigation began as the Komi investigation was a counterintelligence investigation that is an investigation into whether Donald Trump and his organization were compromised and now via Michael Cohen. We find out that. Yes, there was compromise. And that puts our country at risk Cohen is in trouble for lying to congress not anything related to the campaign or Russian influence, but we have Muller investigation going on we need to come to completion on that. I worry more about this president interfering with an independent investigation. And what impact that has not only in America? But for the raw law around the world, Mr. Muller needs to be able to complete his investigation without interference going into the summer of two thousand sixteen would have been a relevant factor. Now. It actually Donald Trump was still trying to do business with the Russian government. Maybe that's why he was so reluctant to say anything bad about flat Putin. But we also know at this point is not only were this ongoing business deal, but you had the president's son and his son-in-law meeting with Russians..
"east south" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"One thing that makes you laugh and say only Marissa's I can't think of anything that makes me laugh. Just in general, the li- life is not impressing these days. Impressive. It's just that. It's very Indian in flavor. There's lots of things you say about India, but Marissa's was governed by the British for so long for so long and the are completely separate and had a little bit more money. And so they don't have those idiocy secrecy is much anymore that I noticed they're just very it's just a pleasant place. We did run into anything that made us roller is or anything like that. Now. Now now, it's just comfortable, okay. Will end in answer the question of the predominant direction from the wind is from the east, south and northeast. So it's it's somewhere over from the east northeast to east southeast. So maybe that's what it is from the east northeast were can't Melara's is right on the tip there where the crosswind that hit when you said all the good beaches are on the west side that probably east side was going to be windier. And that means that the tip where the winds are gonna. Get through is going to be place for kite serving. So that's kind of why guess that? That was the case. And in summary. If you had to summarize Mauritius in three words what three words? Stunning. Studying one thing we haven't said we've talked about a couple of mountains in you said it's volcanic. So this is a hilly place. But for a small island a lot of topography. Let's say absolutely very hilly. It's only flat in a few areas. And no matter where you go you're going to be going up and down and around. It's so volcanic that the mountains are nice in there jagged. I guess now is a strong word, but the hills there jagged, and they're very prominent. And there's lava rocks around the areas, I'm being really as beautiful that was your first word your second word is comfortable because it's such a comfortable place to do anything whether you're walking or shopping or talking to people or eating it's just so welcoming, and then my last one this just a flavorful. Okay. I mean, I left it. So anytime you can put a Korean some doll and wrap it up a little bit of flour. No, it's good. It's still excellent. Well, our guest again, it's been Crin veil from.
"east south" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"I mean, you can get one heck of a deal on the higher end homes. And and that that also varies by area. I mean, we have some parts of the city that are selling seventy percent of all the inventory last month. And that was actually in the southern the south part of the city. And then when we look at what in in the extended southeast seven point one percent of all the homes list for sale were sold so far south east south of of. Well, basically. Seven point one percent sold. But you know in the middle part of Tucson central. We had forty five percent of all enlisted property sell last month. So again, a neutral market is deemed to be twenty-five percent a month. And we're we're almost twice that in central Tucson in in the south west fifty six percent in the southeast sixty five percent in the east seventy one percent. And in the south seventy six percent of all the listed properties for sale or sold. And that you know, it's across the board. That's all types of properties. But we are seeing a slowdown in single family homes and not like there's a whole bunch languishing on the market. There's still a very high percentage of the MLS sold as a matter of fact, we set a record in June ever, we you know, we we sold. Fifty six percent of all the listed properties in one month, which is higher than it was. It's amazing. Yeah, we hit the previous record was hidden. Two thousand and five. So it's taken us thirteen years to break down, but we are at lower inventory. And that's why you know, when you read an MLS reported say, oh, look we didn't sell as many houses as we did last year. Well, guess what there's not as many for sale. So if there aren't as many for sale, how could you sell as many as last year? I'm I've been a big believer that the solution to housing this time around is inventory. If there was more inventory, there'd be more demand. It's just their buyers out there who want to buy and I think that the spring buying season is going to be a strong one. We this need inventory to support it. I I agree. And I I also think that we're going to have a very similar year next year to what we just experienced as long as the interest rates. Don't get too far. Sure. I'm sure and I mean, it's it's not high in the grand scheme of things if you look back over over time. I mean, our interest rates being at five percent are that's compared to the threes and fours we've gotten used to since twenty twelve that's high and the appreciation if it's five percent on the lower price properties. People while my house went up ten percent. The last ten years, they think that that's normal. Well, that's. Not normal since January. Of twenty twelve the median home price in Tucson has increased by one hundred thousand dollars so in in less than eight years one hundred thousand dollars. Well, that's not going to continue. We are back up to where we should be the supply and demand or we're still very very short supply less than three thousand homes for sale in the city of one million fifty thousand that's not a big supply. It's too low. And so I think the other concern is is that well prices have gotten so expensive in the lower price points. But appraisers are there to keep that in check. And that is I you know, I wouldn't be surprised that if appraisal start coming in a little lower for that reason in those lower price points, and we start seeing more of that because they can't continue to leapfrog the way they were. And that's just going to stabilize the market. It'll it'll it'll settle those those those the lower error entry level price points down a bit. And Jerry, what do you think the the population of California is I yes, a state? I don't know thirty nine million thirty. Okay. So we been talking about an article that came out about a month ago about a million new people moving from California to Arizona over the next eight years, and that is one hundred and twenty five thousand people a year, which is ten thousand people a month coming into the state of Arizona from California. So, you know, real estate again is is based on supply and demand. If you have a million people leaving, you know, is it going to decimate the state known? They have thirty nine million people. That's basically two percent of the population that would be leaving California. And that's a a net loss to the to the state. And and you know, the the prices are are still going higher. They starting in twenty twenty and the energy. Credit or or whatever that they they have to have on every new home built every new property built, including businesses must be totally self sufficient on solar. Well, that's gonna at about fifty thousand dollars onto the cost of home in a state where already three quarters of the people can't afford to buy one. And and you know, it just it's getting crazy. And like we just indicated in San Francisco. I mean, what do you where do you have to work in San Francisco, by the way, the average person spends more than fifty percent of their wage on their housing. I mean, that's just not sustainable. So we'll talk more after the news. This is Tucson Home Solutions on Kane is t-. We've got a couple of articles. I wanna talk to today when we get back, and that is the financial hardships at homeowners are facing have gone down. And then how many people are working from home? We're going to talk more after the break. This is Tucson Home Solutions. I'll be back with Jerry sunt of EMP mortgage. I'm Bob Zach Meyer. Expe- royalty. Fox news. I'm Karen McHugh. As of noon eastern, the recount process officially came to a close in the state of Florida doctor sites with that. I believe the chemistry work may maybe completed and perhaps a nice major. I make a motion that we adjourn the canvassing board second all in favor. Aye. We are the Broward County election board bringing their proceedings to an end on Tuesday. Which should finally find out who won Florida Senate contest. Either Democrat Bill Nelson. Her GOP challenger, Rick Scott, President Trump says he's agreed to provide written answers to questions from the Muller pro. But don't expect an interview I would say probably probably I mean, I can change my mind, but probably I think we've wasted enough time on this witch hunt and the answer's probably finished the president with Chris Wallace. In a Fox News, Sunday exclusive. This is Fox News. Hi,.
"east south" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"I mean, you can get one heck of a deal on the higher end homes. And and that that also varies by area. I mean, we have some parts of the city that are selling seventy percent of all the inventory last month. And that was actually in the southern the south part of the city. And then when we look at what? In in the extended southeast seven point one percent of all the homes listed for sale were sold. So far south east south of of. Well, I home basically seven point one percent sold, but you know, in the middle part of of Tucson central. We had forty five percent of all the listed property sell last month. So again, a neutral market is deemed to be twenty five percent a month. And and we're we're almost twice that in central Tucson in in the south west fifty six percent in the southeast sixty five percent in the east seventy one percent. And in the south seventy six percent of all the listed properties for sale or sold. And that you know, it's cross the board. That's all types of properties. But we are seeing a slowdown in single family homes and not like there's a whole bunch languishing on the market. There's still a very high percentage of the MLS sold as a matter of fact, we set a record in June ever, we you know, we we sold. Fifty six percent of all the listed properties in one month, which is higher than it was. It's amazing. Yeah. We hit the previous record was hidden in two thousand five. So it's taken us thirteen years to break down, but we are at lower inventory. And that's why when you read an MLS reported say, oh, look we didn't sell as many houses as we did last year. Well, guess what there's not as many for sale. So if there aren't as many for sale, how could you sell many as last year? I'm a I've been a big believer that the solution to housing this time around is inventory. If there was more inventory, there'd be more demand. It's just their buyers out there who want to buy and I think that the spring buying season is going to be a strong one. We this need inventory to support it. I agree. And I I also think that we're going to have a very similar year next year to what we just experienced as long as the interest rates. Don't get too far. And I mean, it's it's not high in the grand scheme of things if you look back over over time. I mean our interest rates being at five percent. Are you know, that's compared to the threes and fours we've gotten used to since two thousand twelve that's high and the appreciation infants five percent on the lower price properties. People while my house went up ten percent. The last ten years, they think that that's normal. That's not normal since January. Of twenty twelve the median home price in Tucson has increased by one hundred thousand dollars so in in less than eight years one hundred thousand dollars. Well, that's not going to continue. We are back up to where we should be the supply and demand or we're still very very short supply less than three thousand homes for sale in the city of one million fifty thousand that's not a big supply. It's too low. And so I think the other concern is is that well prices have gotten so expensive in the lower price points. But appraisers are there to keep that in check. And that is I you know, I wouldn't be surprised that if appraisal start coming in a little lower for that reason in those lower price points, and we start seeing more of that because they can't continue to leapfrog the way they were. And that's just going to stabilize the market. It'll it'll it'll settle those those those the lower error entry level price points down a bit. Yep. Jerry. What do you think the the population of California is? Yes, a estate I don't know thirty nine million him. Okay. So we been talking about an article that came out about a month ago about a million new people moving from California to zone over the next eight years, and that is one hundred and twenty five thousand people year, which is ten thousand people a month coming into the state of Arizona from California. So, you know, the real estate again is is based on supply and demand. If you have a million people leaving, you know, is it going to decimate the state known? They have thirty nine million people. That's basically two percent of the population that would be leaving California. And that's a a net loss to the to the state. And and you know, the the prices are are still going higher. They starting in twenty twenty the energy. Credit or whatever that they they have to have on every new home built every new property built, including businesses must be totally self sufficient on solar. Well, that's gonna add about fifty thousand dollars onto the cost of a home in a state where already three quarters of the people can't afford to buy one. And and you know, it just it's getting crazy. And you're like we just indicated in San Francisco. I mean, what do you where do you have to work in San Francisco, by the way, the average person spends more than fifty percent of their wage on their housing. I mean, that's just not sustainable. So we'll talk more after the news. This is Tucson Home Solutions on Kane is t-. We've got a couple of articles. I wanna talk to today when we get back, and that is the financial hardships at homeowners are facing have gone down. And then how many people are working from home? We're gonna talk more after the break. This is Tucson Home Solutions. I'll be back with Jerry sunt of EMP mortgage. I'm Bob Zach Mayer. Of XP realty. Fox news. I'm Karen McHugh..
"east south" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"I mean, you can get one heck of a deal on the higher end homes. And and that that also varies by area. I mean, we have some parts of the city that are selling seventy percent of all the inventory last month. And that was actually in the southern the south part of the city. And then when we look at what? In in the extended southeast seven point one percent of all the homes listed for sale were sold. So. In the far south east south of of. Well, basically seven point one percent sold, but you know, in the middle part of of Tucson central. We had forty five percent of all listed property sell last month. So again, a neutral market is deemed to be twenty five percent a month. And and we're we're almost twice that in central Tucson in in the south west fifty six percent in the southeast sixty five percent in the east seventy one percent. And in the south seventy six percent of all the listed properties for sale or sold and that cross the board. That's all types of properties. But we are seeing a slowdown in single family homes and not like there's a whole bunch languishing on the market. There's still a very high percentage of the MLS stolen as a matter. Of fact, we set a record in June ever, we you know, we we sold. Fifty six percent of all the listed properties in one month, which is higher than it was. It's amazing. Yeah. We we hit that previous record was hidden in two thousand and five. So it's taken us thirteen years to break down, but we are at lower inventory. And that's why when you read an MLS reported say, oh, look we didn't sell as many houses as we did last year. Well, guess what there's not as many for sale. So if there aren't as many for sale, how could you sell as many as last year? I'm I've been a big believer that the solution to housing this time around is inventory. If there was more inventory. There'd be more demand. It's just their buyers out there who want to buy and I think that the spring buying season is going to be a strong one. We just need inventory to support it. I I agree. And I I also think that we're going to have a very similar year next year to what we just experienced as long as the interest rates. Don't get too far chair on research. And I mean, it's it's not high in the grand scheme of things if you look back over over time. I mean our interest rates being at five percent. Are you know, that's compared to the threes and fours we've gotten used to since twenty twelve that's high, and you know, the appreciation infants five percent on the lower price properties. People while my house went up ten percent. The last ten years, they think that that's normal. Well, that's not normal since January. Of twenty twelve the median home price in Tucson has increased by one hundred thousand dollars so in in less than eight years one hundred thousand dollars. Well, that's not going to continue. We are back up to where we should be the supply and demand or we're still very very short supply less than three thousand homes for sale in the city of one million fifty thousand that's not a big supply. It's it's too low. And so, you know, I I think the other concern is is that well prices have gotten so expensive in the lower price points. But appraisers are there to keep that in check. And that is I you know, I I wouldn't be surprised that if appraisal start coming in, you know, a little lower for that reason in those lower price points, and we start seeing more of that because they can't continue to leapfrog the way they were. And that's just going to stabilize the market. It'll it'll it'll settle those those those the lower error entry level price points down a bit. Yep. And Jerry, what do you think the the population of California? Yes, I yes. A state. I don't know thirty nine million him. Okay. So we been talking about an article that came out about a month ago about a million new people moving from California to Arizona over the next eight years, and that is one hundred and twenty five thousand people year, which is ten thousand people a month coming into the state of Arizona from California. So, you know, real estate again is based on supply and demand. If you have a million people leaving, you know, is it going to decimate the state known? They have thirty nine million people. That's basically two percent of the population that would be leaving California. And that's a net loss to the to the state. And and you know, the the prices are are still going higher. They starting in twenty twenty and the energy credit. Or whatever that they they have to have on every new home built every new property built, including businesses must be totally self sufficient on solar. Well, that's gonna at about fifty thousand dollars onto the cost of home in a state where already three quarters of the people can't afford to buy one. And and you know, it just it's getting crazy. And you're like we just indicated in San Francisco. I mean, what do you where do you have to work in San Francisco, by the way, the average person spends more than fifty percent of their wage on their housing. I mean, that's just not sustainable. So we'll talk more after the news. This is Tucson Home Solutions on Kane is t-. We've got a couple of articles. I wanna talk to today when we get back, and that is the financial hardships at homeowners are facing have gone down. And then how many people are working from home? We're going to talk more after the break. This is Tucson Home Solutions. I'll be back with Jerry sunt of EMP mortgage. I'm Bob Zak Meyer of XP realty. Fox news. I'm Karen liq- somber ceremonies marked, the one hundredth adversary. The end of World War One. President Trump wrapping up a weekend. Full of commemorations in France at the American military cemetery in Sarande outside Paris, ten minute speech. He called the allied victory costly, but great American marines soldiers and allied forces fought. And they fought through hell to turn the tide of the war. That's what they did. They turned the tide of the war earlier, the president joined other world leaders for ceremony at the tomb of the unknown soldier in paradoxes Simon Owen, the Florida vote recount underway. The governorship in his Senate seat at stake. The GOP contender confident of the outcomes never been recount that's changed in Florida. Any other state any sort of win any sort of win like that? So while we're going through the recount we won. This isn't a statewide governor, Rick Scott on FOX, this is Fox News. Hi,.
"east south" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"Now, former leader of Australia's may not position party is switching sides me. Switching size of the country's most prominent right wing, indeed hard ripe movement. Mark Maytham looked on course to become a straight is prime minister fifteen years ago, though, instead he led labor to defeat. Now. He's joining the one nation party is some of what he had to say explaining that. During an interview with Australia's today program. The number one issue in Sydney is either population either development, the CD becoming unlivable in dysfunctional and at federal level playboy who got to change the site like invite one nation to send a message to cut the immigration rights with one hundred thousand extra plea coming into Sydney, and it's tight level bene- planning to make sure we darned have either development that we have an indoor role. Sprawl rows of apartment towers, clogging up city. That's not the Sydney Australia. Why? Federal and state elections coming up in the next six months is a good alternative to the major parties that have lost control of Sydney's Letham. Speaking Australian television, well, Monaco correspondent in Sydney's Clarisa survive Montefiore, she's on the line now. Montlake is a man who has we say nearly became prime minister then from left wing policy joins the far. Right. That's quite a big shift. It's definitely a big shift as you said he was defeated in the two thousand and full election. And then he stood for the labour party, which is left center left. So he's gone from the mole left-wing party to the to the to the fall foul rights. Yes. He's planning to run this for the state governments in east, South Wales. He is exactly. And to do that. He'll be New South Wales. Branch leader Pauline Hanson's, one nation party one nation is well known here for perhaps you might call it listen questionable values around race. And on it's in its very route politics what we heard in that on one won't television into another entity that he gave to the he said that. Discrimination of any kind is bad which suggests that he may not have done a great deal of research about the party his joined, yes. Yes. Well, Pauline Hanson, she famously wore burqa to you the Senate in in two thousand seventeen to sort of to make a point on. It was really a massive publicity stunt that went down like a lead Blaine. And then more recently, she a a n. The Senate which was quite cold. It's okay to be white. She ranted against anti racism and said that you know, she had to quote acknowledge the deplorable rise of anti white racists attacks on western civilization. And that it is okay. To be white that got Perez pare back very very close to to going through the Senate. But it also caused absolute outrage in Australia, where racism is still considered a problem here in montlake house being sacked as a host on Sky News. He's been filed as a newspaper columnist you could interpret this as a loss throw of the dice by figure who's very much amount of the past. Yes. It does seem like it's definitely a move that. We'll get him back in the headlines, however, briefly that is and will make a splash, which I'm sure he definitely is aware. All I mean, news dot com dot AU, which is a new site. Here said the headline which I think ready sums it up. The question on everyone's lips. How long are the alliance polling Hanson actually lost? So I'm not sure that people think wouldn't necessarily be a long term alliance. What it does do is a track to tension for one nation. Get them headlines. Get them talked about there is a general election in Australia in the next six months as widespread assumption that Labor's going to do well in that election could this make that task of bit harder for them. I think so mean, it's definitely a burst for right wing politics. Not much told Australian channel nine television. That labor and the coalition have got the same policies, it's important to give people the choice. So that's the I did send two left in the center right is offering the same thing. Sorry, obviously of one nation failed recently at the ballot box not thousand and seventeen. Western Australian state election in Queensland, which is pulling Hanson's high state used to being popular than it is now. And of course, she she enjoyed the balance of power in the upper house and the Senate in two thousand sixteen but that the party then split with the resignation of several several of numbers..
"east south" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Here anymore. I don't live here anymore. We have a place out here, do just so we don't have to stay in hotel. Right. But most of the time you spend in the country. Yeah, Virginia or actually or in Austin. That's where I'm from all my family's there. Right there in Austin. Yeah. Oh, because I thought like I noticed this new film shot in Texas. I was wondering if it was sort of like back in Texas. I do feel like that I have. I have quite a lot of homes. Yeah, I made mean the, you know. Houses in my heart. Yeah. Yeah. But like Texas the original one, that's the original one. And is it? Well, I mean, it's completely Austin's. Got to be completely different from when you were a kid. I mean, it's crazy. I actually grew up in northeast Texas and much more rural area. Arming area kind of the piney woods. Oh, there's piney woods in northeastern, Texas. Oh, yeah, it's beautiful there. It's much it's it's where the the, that whole mountain range, you know, the smokey mountain, Blue Ridge mountains up there, all it starts there and then right? We just have little hill, right? I grew up in New Mexico Albuquerque. So I down in south east, south New Mexico, southern New, Mexico, Texas, and you drive. I mean, I've driven down all the way cross Texas, and those towns are just they're, they're just waking four buildings on a highway and then just miles of nothing. But I mean they're farmland. Do you do have it. Yeah. Oh, yeah. I love. I love Texas. If that designs your consciousness. So out of space up there a lot of space space and how Where'd you? Like what kind of families grow up? What was the business? My father was agriculturalist soil and water conservationist. Do you work for the state? He did and he worked with farmers and help them with their crops and tried to make it grow anything. He was, you know, just a, he would bang on the door if he thought we re using too much water in the bathtub. Bang on the bathroom was way ahead of the curve on the way ahead of conservation of water has always been an issue there because dry aired well, it is, but I think that his belief was there's one air and there's one water and we need to protect it and soil conservation because there's. In. He, he wanted people to become aware of of protecting their orient from soil erosion, right? And depleting it that and my mother was a was precious. Homemaker and was like, did you live on a big chunk of property? No, we lived in a little house in a little town town, a little tiny town thousand people. He never had his own farm or anything. He did, but that was earlier. He never had a farm movie worked. He had a cotton farm in west Texas out in near Lubbock, but that was that. That was before me. He decided he's, he's going to get out of that, right. He would just a man of the land appreciated the land. So you always just driving around, do you have a truck now? We didn't have a truck. My my father's family was check. Like first generation American. My great grandfather was his grandfather was. They came over from, actually, it was Monrovia before Maria Slovakia and Bohemia. So it's really Spacek is how it's pronounced never pronounced that way in northeast Texas became spacing. So. There's no h in without it's written. We're not going to say the my mother's family was they were. Irish English. So I had. And you know, there were no, no cowboy boots? No, no, no pickup trucks. No, we had, you know, German saw sausage, and you know it was very, very check that the town where my father grew up, which loosened central Texas. Everyone spoke Czech and German, probably to chairman, spoke and drank long neck ballgame. We're learning about how the Germans came to Texas. They, they brought the polka and they brought the their accordion, yes, but I love of the land. The of real love of the lion. Yeah, there's still a lot of that. I think I imagined that some Texas barbecue is routed back to the German and homemade pickles. And it was they brought all that. Yeah..
Lewinsky storms offstage after 'off limits' Clinton question
"Was greeted by my six year old. Oh, why aren't you at work? I answered because it's Saturday. He said, oh, thanks for visiting. Dad? His words pierced, my heart. I had become a workaholic. It was decision time. What's more important, family or work? I chose family, and I stopped working seven days a week. That's why I created patriot software. So entrepreneurs can run their payroll and minutes, which gives more time for their families. Patriots software dot com, promo code radio. And get two months of payroll processing tree. That's patriot software dot com. Here in Curtis with your news talk. Geico, T L news breaks out of the storm Gordon continues heading for the northern Gulf Coast expected make landfall tonight as a hurricane current location. Two hundred thirty miles east south east of the Mississippi River, again winds of sixty five miles per hour. It's moving pretty quickly. That's the good news. We want this Ford speed to be quick. So it gets to the coast crack without gaining too much strength. Hurricane warnings have been issued for the Louisiana Mississippi border, Gordon may have left south Florida, but its effects may still be felt at the beach is a high rip current risk is in effect through tonight and Palm Beach Broward, and Miami Dade counties and Gordon left behind wicked beach erosion at our coastline. Senator Elizabeth Warren is warning Americans ahead of a confirmation hearings for supreme court nominee Brett cavenaugh. One of those groups executive director has made clear that his number one goal in life is to overturn Roe versus Wade. The other group has made a top priority rolling back healthcare coverage. He claims President Trump's. Dominy for the supreme court has been prescreened for nomination by what she is calling right wing extremist groups, one time White House, intern Monica Lewinsky says she walked out on an interview in Israel because she made it clear that questions about former President Bill Clinton or off limits. You still expect that apology that the personal apology? I'm so sorry. I'm not going to be able to do this. So the woman who's sexual encounters with Clinton in nineteen ninety-five led to his impeachment wasn't Tel Aviv yesterday for a conference on the pros and cons of the internet, by the way, Roseanne Barr will be in Israel as well. When the Connors airs in October, a three year old boy is in the hospital expected to be okay. After nearly drowning do boys park. Luckily, the lifeguard jumped in and saved him he was under water. He didn't have his footing. His is a great place to come and great place that have your family all day and enjoy the weekend. You just have to say with your children. He has the wet lifeguards said the child wandered away when his parents were enjoying their picnic second-seeded Roger Federer out of the US open beaten by an unseeded player. Like he choosing former San Francisco forty Niners quarterback Colin Kaepernick as it's new face of..
Judge orders further extension of aid to Puerto Rico storm evacuees
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"east south" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Kennel master Roberto, arsia from the, Pensacola naval air station and we're talking today about the dogs that that he. Works with and trains, and before the break you mentioned that you start doing advanced training with the. Dogs when they arrive so about how? Long is that process can you share with us what you can tell us about. The, advanced. Training or yes ma'am so every day we work towards. The advancing the dog so every single day we, train with, the bombs they get they get their couple of days off throughout the week the for the most part every day we work on pretty much playing hide and seek when it comes, to detection and we'll we'll hide what they need to find will go, through either building warehouse a, barracks in open area and we'll try to hide. It from the dog so we try to To make each training evolution more, difficult the harder they're able to find it doing training the better, they're going to, be well we actually have to deploy the dogs out there to find yeah. And how are the, dogs deployed though in regards to deployed overseas to we get a message requesting. Specific type of dogs and what we? Do is we prepare get noticed in advance a we'll have an advance notice and. Then, we'll. Prepare for that training depending on the area we're going. Whether it's you know Middle East South America whatever, the case, may be we'll go ahead and conduct training to prepare for that specific mission that comes around and so do you guys go as a team or is I guess it just depends, on what the request as yeah so for the most part deployment will, go as a team and, then if we're talking about just a day to. Day operations yeah NASA Polo again same thing one handler of the, handed the dog team will always work, together you you'll never see for instance you'll never see me. Working. Someone else's dog while day-to-day operations yeah, and I was just curious about, that about if you're you have a request to. Be deployed if the dogs do they interact with each other like, do they work as a team with the dogs are they just really focused on their handler so, we'll let, the dog, mingle with, each other, there's never any contact but. We do work around dogs so for instance we generally keep about fifteen twenty foot. Distance between dogs and we'll train together whether you know obedience detection of troll in that aspect that we won't we'll. Never. Look dogs interact with each other directly I wondered about that, if they got to play together anything so when you travel with. Your, dog I guess you're doing all of that you're flying on. Military planes do you ever travel on commercial airlines. With your dog from time to time we do but you. Know that's it depends on a mission On really that's what dictates, how we travel yeah and when you travel I was just talking? With a trainer yesterday actually and we were talking about they had seen? Military. Dog traveling in a US airport and I was. Just wondering, do you have to ask you do that, when you, travel commercially does the dog fly in the plane with. You or what's the protocol, yes the dog would. Fly in a, plane with, us and basically what were you know we're throughout the airport you. Know dogs will be muzzled because these dogs are trained there some muscle dive attorney. Attack you know patrol is so, we always, you know, safety is, always paramount whenever, we're out, in public with the dog so we, have a, muzzled and they can find, a plane, with us..
"east south" Discussed on KQED Radio
"That in a number of different ways it's abandoned largely its headquarters and raka and relocated to maya dean and other places in syria and taking a page from all kaieda's playbook from a decade ago isis is similarly developed a series of branches throughout out north africa the middle east south asia that will rely upon to ensure the movement's longevity it does hold some territory in iraq though right and to talk about that a little bit the full of mosul i think this is the first step isis still is in possession of tall afar even though that's largely surrounded by yoshiya paramilitay terry forces it hold so he dra and largely most of the western part of an bar province so rest by no means been visser rate of from iraq and what does that mean for it i mean being able to hold some territories is important still must be well it stays it stays in the news it perpetuates the image south and islamic state of a caliphate at i think most significantly it creates the opportunities for revenge another words that even in its defeat in most seoul and elsewhere it is able to summon a new generation of followers who are motivated not just by the supposed paradise or jehad utopia sza that isis was building in western iraq but to fight to lay down their lives to regain what has been lost what is taken away from them the group of course has directed an inspired attacks outside of the region in europe and other parts of the west you think will be seeing more of those now that things are changing to them for them on the ground one of the most disturbing aspects of isis preparations for what i would argue its eventual loss of territory has been the cultivation of a fairly robust external operations arm that has really been built over the past three or four years even before the caliphate or the islamic state was declared and this work certainly exists in europe and elsewhere in south asia north africa's well and what's critical is already last september a abubaka albayati the leader of isis called upon his followers not to come to the levant in iraq to fight but instead to migrate to the branches and to strengthen the branch sia's so that precisely the branches could continue the struggle and tragically.