11 Burst results for "Emily Pal"

"emily pal" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

04:28 min | 6 months ago

"emily pal" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"King it's move the one thing that we can do as Americans as we know how to innovate so it's not just what you have inside your doors today it's how you can search and move things around we know this epidemic moves in waves each each city will have its own epidemic curve and so we can move between states we can move within states to meet the needs of everyone Dr Burks on NBC's meet the press New York state now has roughly sixty thousand confirmed cases nearly seventy two hundred people have died Louisiana also slammed in a short period of time that state has nearly three thousand cases with New Orleans and neighboring Jefferson parish accounting for all but forty of Louisiana's death Mardi Gras likely to blame we're currently a hot spot it began in New Orleans sand it's kind of moving out for this throughout the state we are that the we're trying to save lives and we're also trying to save the livelihoods because our economy shut down senator John Kennedy on fox news Sunday morning futures a serial killer known as the grim sleeper has died in a California prison sixty seven year old Lonnie Franklin on death row awaiting execution for ten murders he's likely responsible for more going back decades a tornado touching down in northern Illinois uprooting trees damaging homes no one hurt America is listening to fox news and now it's time for the lands of liberty there with today's installment is author speaker and activist Helen Griebel people post all sorts of things on social media from pictures of their children and parents advice on favorite restaurants comments about politics but some government officials think that is a threat because people might post comments they find offensive the founder of Facebook recently told the president of Germany that it would be easy for his website the black all comments critical of the government if we look through the lens of liberty we will see that is a very slippery slope Facebook is a private company and can do it it chooses but if websites but in free speech at the request of governments one of our most cherished American principles will be in serious danger go to lens of liberty dot org you won't believe what you hear six people injured homes and businesses damaged including a mall today is clean up day in Jonesborough Arkansas a tornado tore through yesterday that system now dumping rain on the north east not cool and Amazon delivery driver is being accused of spitting on his hands and wiping it on a package which he dropped off at a home in California it was apparently caught on camera the recipient says he noticed the package was wet so he checked his ring doorbell camera and saw the delivery man spit and wipe it on the box an Amazon spokesperson told the unhappy customer that driver is no longer making deliveries Christine Persichetti fox news these companies can be proud to manufacturers across the country are retooling to produce medical supplies during this coronavirus crisis like the folks who make moves with casinos close to Nevada for the pandemic several distilleries in that state or taking all that unused ethanol they've got stored up and combining it with aloe Vera and other chemicals and turning it into hand sanitizer this is good for all who are fighting the virus and for those who've been laid off from the whisky but is so three cheers for seven troughs the depot Verity local distillery and Damon industries they're all doing their part one thing that they're in short supply of however containers to put it in Michael Moberly a Farina distillery says all the plastic bottles in the country are gone cared McCue fox news channels and iconic bookstore chain in Portland Oregon laid off nearly four hundred people on St paddy's day because of the pandemic closing all five of its stores in the state a quarter of those workers now being re hired with full time hours and benefits thanking the community for its support owner and CEO Emily pal says she is overwhelmed by the online orders.

"emily pal" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:50 min | 6 months ago

"emily pal" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Homes and businesses damaged including a mall today is clean up day in Jonesborough Arkansas a tornado tore through yesterday that system now dumping rain on the north east not cool and Amazon delivery driver is being accused of spitting on his hand and wiping it on a package which he dropped off at a home in California it was apparently caught on camera the recipient says he noticed the package was wet so he checked his ring doorbell camera and saw the delivery man spit and wipe it on the box an Amazon spokesperson told the unhappy customer that driver is no longer making deliveries Christine Persichetti fox news these companies can be proud to manufacturers across the country are retooling to produce medical supplies during this coronavirus crisis like the folks who make moves with casinos closed in Nevada for the pandemic several distilleries in that state or taking all that unused ethanol they've got stored up and are combining it with aloe Vera and other chemicals and turning it into hand sanitizer this is good for all who are fighting the virus and for those who've been laid off from the whisky biz so three cheers for seven troughs the depot Verity local distillery and Damon industries they're all doing their part one thing that they're in short supply of however containers to put it in Michael Moberly a for Reno distillery says all the plastic bottles in the country are gone cared McCue fox news panels and iconic bookstore chain in Portland Oregon laid off nearly four hundred people on St paddy's day because of the pandemic closing all five of its stores in the state a quarter of those workers now being re hired with full time hours and benefits thanking the community for its support owner and CEO Emily pal says she is overwhelmed by the online orders.

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"emily pal" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:00 min | 6 months ago

"emily pal" Discussed on KTOK

"Five the next one fox nation six people injured homes and businesses damaged including a mall today is clean up day in Jonesborough Arkansas a tornado tore through yesterday that system now dumping rain on the north east not cool and Amazon delivery driver is being accused of spitting on his hand and wiping it on a package which he dropped off at a home in California it was apparently caught on camera the recipient says he noticed the package was wet so he checked his ring doorbell camera and saw the delivery man spit and wipe it on the box an Amazon spokesperson told the unhappy customer that driver is no longer making deliveries Christine Persichetti fox news these companies can be Prout manufacturers across the country are retooling to produce medical supplies during this coronavirus crisis like the folks who make moves with casinos closed in Nevada for the pandemic several distilleries in that state or taking all that unused ethanol they've got stored up and are combining it with aloe Vera and other chemicals and turning it into hand sanitizer this is good for all who are fighting the virus and for those who've been laid off from the whisky biz so three cheers for seven troughs the depot Verity local distillery and Damon industries they're all doing their part one thing that they're in short supply of however containers to put it in Michael Moberly a for Reno distillery says all the plastic bottles in the country are gone cared McCue fox news channels and iconic bookstore chain in Portland Oregon laid off nearly four hundred people on St paddy's day because of the pandemic closing all five of its stores in the state a quarter of those workers now being re hired with full time hours and benefits thanking the community for its support owner and CEO Emily pal says she is overwhelmed by the online.

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"emily pal" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:19 min | 6 months ago

"emily pal" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"People you haven't seen each other in ten days and learn how you can stay safe we still have a long way to go what cases will take care of that nation brings three special pandemics in future five fox nation six people injured homes and businesses damaged including a mall today is clean up day in Jonesborough Arkansas a tornado tore through yesterday that system now dumping rain on the north east not cool and Amazon delivery driver is being accused of spitting on his hand and wiping it on a package which he dropped off at a home in California it was apparently caught on camera the recipient says he noticed the package was wet so he checked his ring doorbell camera and saw the delivery man spit and wipe it on the box an Amazon spokesperson told the unhappy customer that driver is no longer making deliveries Christine Persichetti fox news these companies can be proud to manufacturers across the country are retooling to produce medical supplies during this coronavirus crisis like the folks who make moves with casinos closed in Nevada for the pandemic several distilleries in that state or taking all that unused ethanol they've got stored up in combining it with aloe Vera and other chemicals and turning it into hand sanitizer this is good for all who are fighting the virus and for those who've been laid off from the whisky biz so three cheers for seven troughs the depot Verity local distillery and Damon industries they're all doing their part one thing that they're in short supply of however containers to put it in Michael Moberly of Sereno distillery says all the plastic bottles in the country are gone Jared McCue fox news channels and iconic bookstore chain in Portland Oregon laid off nearly four hundred people on St paddy's day because of the pandemic closing all five of its stores in the state a quarter of those workers now being re hired with full time hours and benefits thanking the community for its support owner and CEO Emily pal says she is overwhelmed by the online.

"emily pal" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:09 min | 6 months ago

"emily pal" Discussed on KTOK

"People injured homes and businesses damaged including a mall today is clean up day in Jonesborough Arkansas a tornado tore through yesterday that system now dumping rain on the north east not cool and Amazon delivery driver is being accused of spitting on his hand and wiping it on a package which he dropped off at a home in California it was apparently caught on camera the recipient says he noticed the package was wet so he checked his ring doorbell camera and saw the delivery man spit and wipe it on the box an Amazon spokesperson told the unhappy customer that driver is no longer making deliveries Christine Persichetti fox news these companies can be proud to manufacturers across the country are retooling to produce medical supplies during this coronavirus crisis like the folks who make moves with casinos closed in Nevada for the pandemic several distilleries in that state or taking all that unused ethanol they've got stored up in combining it with aloe Vera and other chemicals and turning it into hand sanitizer this is good for all who are fighting the virus and for those who've been laid off from the whisky biz so three cheers for seven troughs the depot Verity local distillery and Damon industries they're all doing their part one thing that they're in short supply of however containers to put it in Michael Moberly a for Reno distillery says all the plastic bottles in the country are gone cared McCue fox news channels and iconic bookstore chain in Portland Oregon laid off nearly four hundred people on St paddy's day because of the pandemic closing all five of its stores in the state a quarter of those workers now being re hired with full time hours and benefits thanking the community for its support owner and CEO Emily pal says she is overwhelmed by the online orders for books I J. Metzler this is Bob you know there was one nine Bayern miles's wacko over the weekend it's actually said that he thought there would not be any bottled water in the next five to ten years well another.

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"emily pal" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:58 min | 6 months ago

"emily pal" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Homes and businesses damaged including a mall today is clean up day in Jonesborough Arkansas a tornado tore through yesterday that system now dumping rain on the north east not cool and Amazon delivery driver is being accused of spitting on his hand and wiping it on a package which he dropped off at a home in California it was apparently caught on camera the recipient says he noticed the package was wet so he checked his ring doorbell camera and saw the delivery man spit and wipe it on the box an Amazon spokesperson told the unhappy customer that driver is no longer making deliveries Christine Persichetti fox news these companies can be proud to manufacturers across the country are retooling to produce medical supplies during this coronavirus crisis like the folks who make moves with casinos closed in Nevada for the pandemic several distilleries in that state or taking all that unused ethanol they've got stored up and are combining it with aloe Vera and other chemicals and turning it into hand sanitizer this is good for all who are fighting the virus and for those who've been laid off from the whisky biz so three cheers for seven troughs the depot Verity local distillery and Damon industries they're all doing their part one thing that they're in short supply of however containers to put it in Michael Moberly a Farina distillery says all the plastic bottles in the country are gone cared McCue fox news channels and iconic bookstore chain in Portland Oregon laid off nearly four hundred people on St paddy's day because of the pandemic closing all five of its stores in the state a quarter of those workers now being re hired with full time hours and benefits thanking the community for its support owner and CEO Emily pal says she is overwhelmed by the online orders for books I J. Metzler this is Bob from.

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"emily pal" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:50 min | 6 months ago

"emily pal" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"And businesses damaged including a mall today is clean up day in Jonesborough Arkansas a tornado tore through yesterday that system now dumping rain on the north east not cool and Amazon delivery driver is being accused of spitting on his hand and wiping it on a package which he dropped off at a home in California it was apparently caught on camera the recipient says he noticed the package was wet so he checked his ring doorbell camera and saw the delivery man spit and wipe it on the box an Amazon spokesperson told the unhappy customer that driver is no longer making deliveries Christine Persichetti fox news these companies can be proud to manufacturers across the country are retooling to produce medical supplies during this coronavirus crisis like the folks who make moves with casinos closed in Nevada for the pandemic several distilleries in that state or taking all that unused ethanol they've got stored up in a combining it with aloe Vera and other chemicals and turning it into hand sanitizer this is good for all who are fighting the virus and for those who've been laid off from the whisky but is so three cheers for seven troughs the depot Verity local distillery and Damon industries they're all doing their part one thing that they're in short supply of however containers to put it in Michael Moberly a for Reno distillery says all the plastic bottles in the country are gone cared McCue fox news channels and iconic bookstore chain in Portland Oregon laid off nearly four hundred people on St paddy's day because of the pandemic closing all five of its stores in the state a quarter of those workers now being re hired with full time hours and benefits thanking the community for its support owner and CEO Emily pal says she is overwhelmed by the online orders.

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"emily pal" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:59 min | 6 months ago

"emily pal" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Injured homes and businesses damaged including a mall today is clean up day in Jonesborough Arkansas a tornado tore through yesterday that system now dumping rain on the north east not cool and Amazon delivery driver is being accused of spitting on his hands and wiping it on a package which he dropped off at a home in California it was apparently caught on camera the recipient says he noticed the package was wet so he checked his ring doorbell camera and saw the delivery man spit and wipe it on the box an Amazon spokesperson told the unhappy customer that driver is no longer making deliveries Christine Persichetti fox news these companies can be proud to manufacturers across the country are retooling to produce medical supplies during this coronavirus crisis like the folks who make moves with casinos close in Nevada for the pandemic several distilleries in that state or taking all that unused ethanol they've got stored up into combining it with aloe Vera and other chemicals and turning it into hand sanitizer this is good for all who are fighting the virus and for those who've been laid off from the whisky biz so three cheers for seven troughs the depot Verity local distillery and Damon industries they're all doing their part one thing that they're in short supply of however containers to put it in Michael Moberly a for Reno distillery says all the plastic bottles in the country are gone cared McCue fox news panels and iconic bookstore chain in Portland Oregon laid off nearly four hundred people on St paddy's day because of the pandemic closing all five of its stores in the state a quarter of those workers now being re hired with full time hours and benefits thanking the community for its support owner and CEO Emily pal says she is overwhelmed by the online orders for books hi Jane Metzler this is Bob the news on talk radio six eighty.

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"emily pal" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:22 min | 9 months ago

"emily pal" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Effort part ballot shop channel two action news meteorologist Brad Nitz northwestern breakdown lane for like seventy five down it had a good year Berber approach thirty six I got a ninety five point five W. SB it is time is seven oh two this is a plan is morning news here's marshy Williams energetic about the driver involved in a deadly hit run new year's eve in northwest Atlanta is the focus of a policeman high fifty five year old Tramaine Allen was killed when a stolen Dodge charger slammed into her Toyota corolla at the corner of Lowry Boulevard and how well parkway the driver and two passengers ran from the scene victim's sister tells chat with you action news in no who was in the car you recognize the people please tell the police Millie have to Marion says her sister was running errands when she died wrong place wrong time wrongs second crime stoppers is offering a reward RK line ninety five point five W. estimate Gwinnett senior magistrate does new year's eve after she was struck by a truck can be for just days before Christmas judge Emily pal was crossing south Lee in west Marino streets on her way to a restaurant driver the vehicle initially left the scene but later contacted police so far no charges have been filed while police investigate pal serve the court for more than twenty years WSB news time seven oh three secretary of state Mike Pompeii delays a trip to Ukraine because of violence targeting the U. S. embassy in Baghdad secretary Pompeii saying he is staying in Washington to monitor the crisis of the U. S. embassy in Iraq and insure all diplomats are safe and secure across the Middle East ABC's Andy field says additional US troops are being deployed ABC's James Longley describes a pause what he calls two days of raids by pro a running agitator and while the out of control we think if things have died down for the moment but certainly totally on president at ABC military analyst Steve Gander believes the Iraqi government's complicity government in Iraq had to do something to appease their masters in Toronto appease the protesters to appease those on the political side that they need so this was all quite carefully state the state department insists US embassy personnel are secure WSU's time seven oh for president trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani claims he's willing to testify the Senate impeachment trial asked him would you testify would you want to testify and he said absolutely I would does defy I would do demonstrations I would give lectures I'd give summations I do what I do best I.

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"emily pal" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"emily pal" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"It was very sort of mealy mouthed than we we use the word that bubble rarely main good question, and this is something Emily ballot explains. And yet mealy weasel words three thousand two hundred of them. So I was reading the longer the communicated, right? Just reach the less in it. So yes, and she's like a lot of commentators very skeptical of the pronouncement last week by Zuckerberg when he says that it's less about Facebook is going to be less about wide paid sharing news feeds and things like that more about encrypted services. So that people can feel confident that what they say. To each other stays secure he says, but she points out this goes against what it always has always stood for unruly still what it's doing now. Which is you all the product. The more. They know about you, the the better they can sell it. You're not the consumer you'll the products as they say people have been saying, this is all just a point at which merged messaging products. I what's up Instagram and while over the other Facebook messenger itself. Absolutely. And as Emily pal says this all actually about put him in a better position says less scrutiny on their activities, very cynical. I not not and we will finish with the times Simon page three. Patriot the time. So no, no, no, no page three at the sun, but role that wat- dog a you find out at a new breed of museum. I under the picture of a whole squashed faced pug that by the looks of it. Yeah. Is. It could be a pug on the Boston terrier. Is that what it is? Yes. I think I always say to people that, you know, in the news business specially the traditional newspaper will hit you with the news on page one and two patriots time for a celebrity story, a quick story or an animal story, we've got three here on page three..

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"emily pal" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

Reasons to be Cheerful

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"emily pal" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

"I joined into a what's up group recently that started in twenty sixteen just kill my parents just murder my parents. If you wanna make me feel about twenty sixteen the groups to have now now forget it. I don't want to be part that group twenty six days. You feel don't start on series four come in from the. Star, you're not in it all, start anew. What's that? I'm going to start one. Okay. Yeah, I tell you. I mean, it's not really a group of two people just you and I haven't, but we can get one. Thanks, no trouble. Did you have one last idea? So driving back from gigs, I often see people having blazing rows in the street. The normally Nibras it, and I often contemplated stuff in the car and helping out and trying to act as a source of mediator between like Jeremy, Kyle, bro, v Jerry of more benevolence. So Jeremy, Kyle. I just feel like another arguments because they hate each other is because they love each other too much. I'm not saying it's couples. I'm saying it's friends on the counseling can see Jeff doing. Yeah, definitely. Absolutely. See, I don't like interacting with people, but like the idea of being a savior. Yeah, first couple of times it's just so weird. The buses shown up hopped out. People are gonna go. Yeah, that was a weird thing. We're not gonna argue any the bus be called. What about the anger bus Van Gogh. Oh, yeah. Is coming. Venga buses because it's from the ninety. S don't remember the nineties can get buses coming. But about the the movie. Another blank stare. She's amazing chewed. And so you would hop out and you know, Jeff, being a very, very smiley presence. You could show up that also be that weird thing of people being sad mill about your chil-. Our, yeah. I mean, I like that idea. Actually, you've given us a renewed sense of purpose. That's great. You'd need to be Paul this. I'm happy to be happy to be impresario behind. But as I say, there's a renewed sense. Thank you so much tights. Pleasure. Y'all, listening to reasons to be cheerful with Ed Miliband and Jeff law. Well, know what song you'll be singing the next time we go to carry. Okay. Living for the weekend. Yeah, I've actually seen Hartford colts what? Yeah. What did that happen? They were what? WalMart supporter type of Billy Bragg, or maybe he was the sport for them. Dude, I like them voicemail. Very good. Actually talking of music. I met someone on the from the correspondence to listen to your podcast one because my band mate insists on playing in our van lift at your response was why why exactly he listened to that. Well, I didn't think it was. Yeah, there's something anyway. So the correspondence -solutely just wanted to mention is we are looking for somebody to work on. The podcast is it's freelance thing, and I won't go into all the details, but we're after somebody who's a bit of policy nerd. But if you go to the guardian jobs website and have a look for reasons to be cheerful details exactly what it is quite a specialized thing, but I'm sure there are plenty of people who listen, who would be qualified to that. Great. Should we? Thank our guests. Thank Kate. Bell. Had social policy at the t's. See, I'm also gonna thank Andrew bonds to Greg guests. That'll and thanks again. So the one. Matthew Crosby to Emiko shin produced our podcast, James dick dense seed music. There's only one Emily pal. Exactly. I think I'm not in the phone book. He has been the midnight emailer. He's been one day we can these fame switching..

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