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"f. m." Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"f. m." Discussed on WTOP

"O P F M Washington w W W T F M Manassas, Wtl pfm Braddock Heights, Frederick traffic and Weather The AIDS now back over to Jack in the traffic center, slowly moving the broken down or breaking down truck. If you will off the Bay Bridge East, you'll find the red X still lit over the right lane. Staying left to get by slowly escorting this off of the bridge itself caused the delay. It's kind of unexpected and we had erected before you get onto the bridge. I think the only thing that's left some flashing yellow lights before you get onto the bridge on the right shoulder. You'll find otherwise. In Maryland to 70 north. Before 80 Inner Bana. Callers had reported a broken down streets. We were kind of crowd in the left lane State Highway says Things got moved to the right shoulder. Traffic may have been paused, but hopefully now all your lanes are open. Southbound. You've got to delay approaching and passing. 80 headed toward 109, then again a slowdown through German town. Pennsylvania Avenue north Beyond the Beltway crash that's along the right side of the roadway, then north bound after Silver Hill Road reports of a vehicle fire near Penn Crossing Drive, Branch Avenue, North Bennet Earnshaw Drive. There had been an earlier wreck. Alright delays in Virginia running 95 northbound headed toward Dale City. Crash moved out of the roadway. Right side. One broken down. Reported to be on Dortmund 1 23 before Burke Lake Road in question What Lane is blocked? The W T o p traffic centers presented by Window Nation Get two free windows with every two you buy pay nothing for two years. Window nation dot com. Jack Taylor. W T o P traffic. We get the forecast now, with storm team for meteorologist Mike Standiford a good deal of sunshine and warm today, but the humidity will stay low highs mid to upper eighties. Increasing clouds on Wednesday Chance a light day.

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"f. m." Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"f. m." Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Right now, Rusty. I'm looking at 76 degrees in case semi it is 76 now and Orlando Severe weather station. They've touch security, triple team traffic it towards what's going on an iPhone. Scott, You got delays on I four eastbound beginning between us 27 at 5 32. Once you get past 5 32 year back up to speed all the way into downtown and westbound remains all clear from Sanford into downtown. Visit the Refresh computer superstore in long Wait to get a complete windows 10 system for just 189 99 at refresh computers. They have what you need at every budget. Visit. Refresh computers dot net with traffic alerts every six minutes in the morning. We're helping you get to work on time from the Wdbo Triple team Traffic Center. I'm Ed Torrance, now one off the duster. One another one. But the dust another one. The dust? Well, a chance of the Olympics goes up in a puff of smoke. Literally. We'll tell you about it next. Retirement. You want solutions that are smart and simple. Listen to Mike Canete and Ryan Herbert of Pro Status Financial Advisors Group and host of the savvy Investor radio Show and Podcast. Wednesday night at nine. Here on Wdbo 173 F M and 5 80 A. M. In an accident and worried about paying your bills. We may be able to help. Hi, I'm attorney Jennifer English at the Orlando Law Group. We have recovered millions of dollars for our clients to help with their injuries, medical bills and to get their lives back. We may be able to help you for free consultation. Call me at 4075124394 that's 475124394 or visit the Orlando law group dot com Now offices Orlando See? See what day is it? Oh, Scott, we call this a protected I thought it was Friday. But you're right. You're right. It is a protect day. You just heard how brutally hot it's gonna be. It's hot. It's muggy.

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"f. m." Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"f. m." Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Way. You think about food today we're going to talk about when we go to our doctor's office. You ever walk out of your doctor's office and go, huh? Like what Just happened there. We all know that we see all the drug reps coming in and out with junkie food. And who knows what else they get from these drug raps as far as you know. Do they? They're not supposed to get kickbacks. But there are several websites out there that show what about of money Doctor sketch from different prescription companies, So it's happening one way or another. It's probably semantics. I'm sure they're doing it in a legal way. Um, but the thing is, is that we are not getting all the answers we want from our doctors. A lot of the time. And here's the thing. It's not a no brainer. It's probably not a surprise to you that doctors, especially these older doctors, they have no zero to almost very little or very little to almost zero nutrition knowledge. You know nothing about food, sensitivities, food, allergies, or, um, you know, so we have allergies. We have sensitivity. And we have diseases right, like celiac disease, where it's an actual disease of the auto immune system, which we could talk more about later in the shop, and then we have sensitivities. Which does not mean you're going to have an allergic reaction. However, it can affect almost every system. There is no may not affect all the systems like the neurological system, the G I system, your skin, etcetera, but it can affect one or more of those systems, for instance. When I did the on what they call the week sensitivity test. I found out that I do have a sensitivity to quote in. And now whenever I I sneak a little booty in I get all kinds of excitement on my skin. Once I've taken the glow and out, So there are some people that think that this whole bloomin thing is just a fad. I'm here to tell you this a lot of facts out there about nutrition. But the more knowledge that we have this more information is always better. And we're going to continue to grow that information because the micro ray technology is just getting better and better and better to hone in on exactly what foods and our supplements we should or should not be consuming. And we could do that through genetic testing genome casting. We could do that through week. They call it Zoomer like you're zooming into exactly what you are sensitive to. You could do a food sensitivity. You could do a week sensitivity. If you think you kind of know, like I think I might have a theory Sensitivity. We could do a dairy sensitivity. That's how far we have come in this world of the nutritional sciences. The micro array technology is real, and it is here and it's healthy people. Now I know some of you are going to say well. You know if it's not covered by my health insurance, I don't want to do that. Well, you should probably change the channel because here's the thing. I want people to be their own healthcare advocates. I don't want people to sit around and wait for their doctors to, um, send them somewhere. Because half the time what they're gonna do is they're going to send you to a specialist like a G. I doctor and the GI doctors. Thank God for them. They could tell us that we do not have cancer. We do have cancer, and hopefully it's only stage one and we could do something about it, You know? They were holding into like colon cancer, for example, and they do other things. To her example of they could detect Barrett's esophagitis, which is pretty cancerous. If you have an endoscopy, so they're great at doing that stuff, but they're not so great. Yeah, well at knowing about food, sensitivities, food allergies and what different kinds of these sensitivities air out there? They don't often They don't believe in lake we got when there's tons of science based evidence on it very few of the some of the G. I doctors, I'll tell you the truth. They do have dieticians in their office that they can refer to, But here's the thing. Those dietitians. Are not functional nutritionists and they're just going to give you like the thought Matt or the elimination diet, which is so old school at this point, so Long time ago. I think it was in 2008. I started to think. How can I like help? More people? What can we do here to get the word out about the fact that you know the big weight loss Cos is an $80 billion a year industry and weight watchers probably has it in their plan so that you are just going to ruminate about food, and then you lose the weight and then go back to them. When you gain all the way back. She will. Because their system is archaic and their system is not holistic, like they say on the commercials, and they insulted our intelligence when they tried to get over. A win for you involves with weight watchers, the poster child of Yo Yo dieting. Why, I mean, we could look at Oprah for a myriad of reasons to look up to her, but it's certainly out of her lane when we're talking about weight loss, and everybody knows it. And Weight Watchers stock. It's falling so quickly. You wouldn't believe that And so it's just really, really sad. So we watch your study. Craig. It's all about to be us. And I know you guys know from watching this show that diets don't work or listening to the show. Some live on Facebook at the same time as we are live on Wh day J 9:20 A.m. one of 4.7 F. M and you could go to my website hardened with food dot com. Listen, live there, too. Just click the radio tab..

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"f. m." Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"f. m." Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Newsmax that I'd write at least two articles a month. For them. I'm writing to know. I wrote an article this'd morning for Newsmax. I say this about twice a year, I said to Eve I'n wrote a really good article for these men. So I never say that it's one that I think you're gonna want to read and we'll have it on our website once it's published in on the new site. All right. 16 363 11. Sam, We get two phones right After this, we'll be back. Guy promises life in your journey on starting a family. God has plans got his plans to prosper you to press for your family. And that may just look different than what you ever expected. That is definitely a journey that has truly rooted me in Christ even closer because I allowed it when you know who you are in God, it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter when you look at someone else's story. It doesn't line up with yours. There is life after miscarriage. There is life after infertility. There is life. The promise is worth waiting and walking through desert just surrender and daily like, okay, would I know you're in control? Join a sisterhood of faith. Watch out. Spoken right here on F I f M TV. India Partners is an amazing ministry. And my goal is to make sure that every evangelical household knows about India partners that.

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"f. m." Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"f. m." Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"F. M. Fox News. I'm him who? So it's all about the fax House impeachment manager Jamie Raskin, a majority of senators have voted that the impeachment effort against former president Trump is constitutional. Democrats say he incited the riot at the Capitol President Trump No longer is in office. The object of the constitution has been achieved. He was removed by the voters. Defense attorney Bruce Castor argued. The impeachment of a private citizen is unconstitutional. He has a history with law enforcement, the suspect accused of shooting up a health clinic in Minnesota. This woman was in the parking lot. Two of the nurses came running out to my vehicle and got in. They said they heard but 11 shots within a minute. Police say five people were hurt. America's listening to Fox News. It's time for this American voice with their own brought to you by H on service. Now, here's their own. Just a short two weeks Starting at the beginning of March, 2020 we saw all things American stripped away, methodically shredded Excuse for this was a virus that must be contained such that all business and commerce. All socialization must be stopped for two months at least and then restarted. Gradually. It all sounded good at first, but it doesn't. Now this Chinese death virus is a freedom killing virus of the highest order, governors all across the country bought into it, crafting blood. Instrument heavy handed, top down executive orders that at the end of the day, got our American economy and say Very few lives in our American economy is our way of American life. Top to bottom. If it's gone, America is gone. They're killing the patient with the cure. The real nightmare of it all. Is that come any fall or spring flu season? They now have an institutionalized fascist dictator plan with which to crush us all again at will. We've never in our nation's history seems such a raw anti constitutional power grab by a handful of not that smart petty bureaucrats. I don't know how we were. Right. These would be dictators, but I do know that we must get rid of them and their anti American plan and fast in each.

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"f. m." Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"f. m." Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Collins back with you on Legally speaking, and we're gonna go right back to the phones. We've got Cliff and Manassas has been patiently waiting. So, Cliff, Thanks for calling her when we tried to help you this morning. Well, good morning. I just have a quick question. I was reading up on article yesterday and I came across the term that I hadn't heard before. And as I looked into it, uh, I kept coming across additional terms that made me even more confusing. So the term was granted Retained Annuity trust. I just called a grad, which Got me into seeing something called a charitable, remainder trust and a charitable remainder unit trust and then charitable gift annuity. And then when it got me thinking was What is my normal? You know, Revokable trust that I have Is it sufficient and Juanito? You know, go back to the attorney, and, you know, ask these questions. Really? Just looking for it. Can you educate me and one what I was coming across. Yes. Oh, Cliff, you know grits, Gratz grunts and Critz Kratz crusts on duh, no charitable, lead trusts and charitable annuities. And, you know, islets and and all of these wonderful sort of buzzwords and acronyms, and I don't know initial ISMs and so forth. Yeah, honestly, Cliff, typically these arm or involved Maneuvers in the case of a grad, which is again a grand tour retained annuity trust. And it has a couple of brothers. The grit, which is the grand tour, retained income trust and the grunt, which is the grand Tour, retained retained unit trust. On their three siblings that behave very similarly. And the way it works is you you set up a trust where you contribute a pile of money into an annuity. And that annuity or that investment pays you back over the years. But then at your death, it goes to the beneficiaries that you name now, in the case of a grit, a graft or regret. Typically, the beneficiaries are going to be people. You know your kids or your nephew or your friend or whatever. They're the same mechanism works with Critz, Kratz and crusts. That's a charitable remainder annuity trust, a charity charitable, Remainder income trust in the charitable remainder unit. Trust those work the same way. But you put a pile of money in and it retains. And it gives you an income stream and then at your death, it goes to a charity, okay. So the difference between grits Gratz and Gretz in Chris Kratz and Kratz are that for the grand Tour retained versions. They go to people for the charitable remainder versions. They go to charity. Typically after you die, although, in theory you could set one up, saying, you know that just stops in some magic years, you said for the next 15 years I get this annuity and then within 15 years stops, it goes to the charity or it goes to the next people in line, but but typically, you'll say for my life, but it has to be some define noble term. And even though your life may not be defined, able, at least not by you, perhaps by God above The I. R. S who is slightly less high than God. But still above you has tables that determine. Okay. What? What? How long does Cliff probably live According to these actuarial tables that the I R s puts out and and by the way, A lot of these tables haven't been touched since the 1990 census. And so they get to be a little bit creepy if you start reading them, you know, I've only got you know, 17.6 years. But that is not factor in. You know, the people are living longer or you're you're smoking status or how many blueberries you eat through whatever you're into. So don't be too fearful of those. But Cliff. The basic point with these things, different maneuvers is it's a way of compressing the value of the amount that you're trying to give. To your beneficiaries. How does that happen? The answer is because they have to wait before they get the gift. And so if you were to give your son ah million dollars tomorrow, I just wrote him a check for a million bucks. You know, in presenting you have that money, and it clears. Then that becomes a taxable gift accounts against your gift tax. Or your lifetime transfer tax exemption and s. So you sort of take a hit for that one way or the other, But with the grad he doesn't get it right away. You say I'm going to retain the right to the income off of this million dollars until I die. And so he has to wait until you die before he gets the gift. And so what is the gift worth to him? This million dollars that becomes his someday after you die and you know, minus these annuity payments that have come out. And the answer is that the word worth a lot less than a million dollars because he has to wait for it for starters, and so it compresses the value of the gift. But it is an ear revokable trust can't change it and the term of years and regret. Sorry. You gotta gotta pick a term in years. You have to survive that term of years on, so it gets to be sort of interesting in terms of how you're doing it that way. So on by the way, a close cousin thing the queue part, which is the qualified personal residents trust you do the same thing with house where you say Okay, I'm gonna put my house into this trust. I reserve the right to live there, But after a certain term of years, it just goes to my son. It becomes my son's house. And so that compresses the value of the gift there. So it's It's a way of compressing the value of assets that you're trying to move to somebody in the case of a great grant Grete or Q pert in the case of a charitable remainder, trust you're trying to provide for a charity in a way that still allows you to have income while you're alive, So gives you some security, but it provides for the charity ultimately s. Oh, yeah. These tend to be advanced techniques. You can check in with your lawyer and see if they make sense for you. Typically, they don't start Making sense until you get well into a a taxable estate on a federal or state level. All right, we're going to go take a short break for the news will be right back at Triple 86 30 W. M A L Let's go to Heather and see that what's going on in the universe? W M E L F M WOODBRIDGE, Washington Now more than ever depend on one of 5.9 FM W M.

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"f. m." Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"f. m." Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Just a terrible television show. You're absolutely right. It's bad cable for the whole nation. We're not supposed to be this engaged with her government. They're supposed to just be doing their job while we live our lives and do our jobs. But look what's happened? It's terrible, isn't it? It is. It's terrible. I got so much stuff. I'm gonna try to get to it. All Iranians sneaking across the border polluting more without the Keystone XL, You know, good stuff. W M E L F M WOODBRIDGE, Washington Now more than ever depend on one or 5.9 FM W M A L. A cumulus station news now. W E Mail news at nine. Good morning, everyone I'm John Matthews knew this hour. 49,000 jobs were added to the economy in December in the unemployment rate ticked down to 6.3%. But the recovery still being dragged by one sector in particular, we're still down in that leisure and hospitality sector. They lost 61. 1000 jobs. That is after massive losses last month of 536,000 jobs in December. That sector alone is down 3.9 million jobs since February, or 22.9% retail also lost jobs. They had gains in December. So losing some of this holiday folks who were hired Fox business is Edward Lawrence. This nearly yearlong pandemic has exposed the shortcomings of Maryland unemployment system. We had constituents waiting for months for answers to the claims they were going weeks and weeks without being able to talk to a real laugh person about their issue. State delegate Derek Davis among a group of lawmakers pushing a package of measures to overhaul the state unemployment system, replacing debit card payments with paper checks or direct deposit, more funding for more call center staffers and better language access for non English speakers. New this hour. Prince George's Fire officials are investigating investigating an explosion this morning that blew the side off of a warehouse in Beltsville that was being used as a recycling center. Blast in the building on Summerset Avenue covered nearby vehicles in ash and soot, but fortunately no one was injured. The active fire inside the building has since been put out to neighboring school systems in Northern Virginia took different directions. Last night when it comes to reopening classrooms. The city of Alexandria announce steps to bring groups back and weekly waves starting March. 2nd Superintendent Gregory Hutchings says he's mindful of the health metrics. We're still in a higher.

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"f. m." Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"f. m." Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Women were allowed to compete. And it seems like, um by by allowing boys to compete in girls sports that we may be forcing young girls like my daughter to withdraw from participation in sports and force them back into more. Traditional Gender roles and and activities that are often so derided by the left. Yeah, yeah, that's my point. It's like since when is it politically incorrect or a Nwoko? Whatever you want to call it. To actually want to stick up for women and their ability to compete athletically and take advantage of the great opportunities and I think it is great. I I've had a daughter who has gone through great athletic experiences. She's not a great a half wit time away, but she was on multiple sports teams, and it was so important to her development. Every parent knows that. And you're right. This is going to be there are going to be women Who will say, why bother my father employed That's described Larry a planet could be amazing. W M E L F M. WOODBRIDGE, Washington Now more than ever depend on one or 5.9 FM W M A L. A cumulus station news now with the mail music before I'm a real leave Montgomery County Executive Mark Elbridge signing an executive order today to allow Restaurants to reopen for limited indoor dining, plus new efforts to equitably distribute Corona virus vaccine doses. Under the new order, it'll go back to 25% capacity back to alcohol sales, stopping a 10 o'clock. That is if county executive elevates his plan is approved by the county Council. Next time they meet on February 9th the same time county vaccine doses are now being distributed based not on sign up but buys VIP code. We will.

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"f. m." Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"f. m." Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Tic tac users is the you're gonna get a video flagged when it's misleading, According to the Communist Chinese and the Democrats air they're in league with this. They're in coots. I think I might say the Ministry of Truth, The New York Times is advocating and governor do Santa's vows to punish Big Tech for silencing conservative voices, particularly on the lead up to elections. Now there is an American idea. We are one nation under God, indivisible together. W M E L F M WOODBRIDGE, Washington Now more than ever depend on one of 5.9 FM W M A L. A cumulus stations. New Was now the male news at noon. I'm a really Fairfax.

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77WABC Radio

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"f. m." Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"W L I r F M Bays and 77 WNBC New York News Now it's a one and done I'm Dave Anthony Fox News. The next version of Corona virus vaccine that could soon be up for FDA approval. Johnson and Johnson's is a single dose, not like the two. The version's approved earlier are It's also not 94% effective in trials like they were 66% effective in preventing moderate to severe symptoms of covert 19. Although this is behind the effectiveness of Fizer, and modernize, too, does vaccines. Johnson and Johnson's experimental vaccine on Lee requires one dose and could help increase the supply of desperately needed shot socks is Jonathan Serrie. AstraZeneca's covert vaccine was just approved for use in the European Union. Already being given in Britain, but not yet. Okay here in the US, we keep buying less. Consumer spending declined the second straight month falling 2/10 of a percent in December, providing Mork overt financial aid is a priority in Washington, Fox is Rachel Sutherland as an update live. The President Biden is working to promote his $1.9 trillion coronavirus aid package, but White House press secretary Jen Psaki says he'll do it from Washington. Certainly his preference would be to get on a plane and fly around the country. But that's not the step we're planning. Currently, Republicans are knocking the idea of using a maneuver called budget, recent reconciliation to push the plan through Congress. Sake also told reporters President Biden plants assigned more executive accents next week. I'm on immigration one well, Now it's a task force to reunite families separated at the border, Dave Rachel Gamestop stock rebounding Big Some trading restrictions lifted, so it's getting 75% of the battle of smaller investors against Wall Street insiders. A trading up Robin Hood is under scrutiny by the SEC and also faces a hearing in Congress. But there is selling today in the broader market, his game stock and others stop rise. Dallas.

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WMAL 630AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"f. m." Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"It's a horror movie. The enemy is in the house. Nancy Pelosi. This is the rhetoric of unification Under the Biden hunt up. There are thousands of troops in Washington. We are one nation under God, indivisible together. W M E L F M WOODBRIDGE, Washington Now more than ever depend on one or 5.9 FM w m A l A cumulus station news Now the male news at noon. I'm Maria leave one of.

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"f. m." Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"f. m." Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Alex Jones, one of senior Alex Jones. Yeah, Alex knew it. One of the senior editors there and he's the guy that does this interview. We're gonna be playing it in entirety Fact. Let me get the official title of this. It's called biological Warfare. Whoa, eek. I don't want any biological warfare. Well, it's already honest. No. That's happening at the bottom of the hour was started anyway. So tell tell people you know and violent. They can get the show online it when Radio Dead camp Wham radio dead, calm. Get over there. Quick, Listen live and there you go better than some quality anywhere in the world. Effect right now, if I'm not mistaken, let's see. Yep, he's up. Working right now. Tibetan Yak Farmer is listening to the show Right now. Tibetan yak farmer He's got a laptop on a second milking stool uses the one he's used his most comfortable to sit on. The milk is Jack's every morning and he's listening to me right now. Hello there, Yuri. Mark Hamill. You remember him? He was in that there. What's called Star Wars deal. Remember him, And at one time I actually liked him. I didn't like him. I know him, but I like I thought he's this good, good movie. I like it. And I liked all the people who played parts. But now I look at this guy's gonna punch him in the face. I really do. I know that's what to do stuff like that. But I want to anyway, he's he's Ah left a psychotic hack, and he was a never Trumper on Ellison of this. He's he's buying into what I call fear porn. That's a pretty legit term. Fair point. Fair point is the diaper on your face Trying a virus is going to kill you and your family. To torture you first. There's no way out. You must take this vaccine that alters your Dnepr addiction. It's fair point. So you've got people out there now that literally if they see you without a mask, they think you are some kind of a demon. Mm hmm. Listen, the Star Wars. Star Mark Camel on Monday touted his involvement and green eggs and ham stock cartoon parodying conservatives. Another was making fun of people who think the right way who opposed wearing masks during the ongoing China murder virus pandemic. Now it's this Corona virus, but I always insert Tanamor virus, and it says that because that's more accurate. Him who also assed famous for his voice acting work, particularly as the Joker in several Batman animated Syriza's Performed the narration. And will you wear a mask? Yeah, so he's doing kind of a Dr Seuss parody, socially engineering. All kids wore masks. This is hideous. You know, of all the people that don't need masks his little kids. Now that it's useless, they don't new mask And when your little kid you're developing things that don't even come even close to being fully developed for probably some 20 years. Sharon. I think I don't have the exact stat on this may be a physiologist could call him but you're not fully developed and talk about 25 years old. All the systems in your body. So why would we deprive little kid of oxygen when they don't need a plus, They're not If they catch the virus, they more or less just it's nothing. It's a cold to them. And and they're not going to transmit again. Even if they try, you know, kids with those clients, sticky hands. Oh, God, You don't think where they've been? Come up here and they want to hug you. Hi. It's that. Hold it. Stop right there! Back off, kid. Uh, But, yeah, little kids don't need mass. But Mark Hamill is gonna terrorize and that's what this is about. It's exactly what it's about the actor who frequently riffs on politics, I'll say On his social media counseling. The project President Joe Bynes mandate wore a mask on in all federal property. Mandated. Biden and his subordinates have already frequently ignored. Uh will you wear a mask? I ask. This is disgusting. So now you know, parents, if you see this, this cartoon This lists wherever they show it, probably on PBS. Tell your kids don't pay attention to this. Don't show him that It's gonna make him scared. We come back, by the way. Let me ask you. Those of you who have little kids running around in masks. Masks of How long are they gonna have? Mine Is with that kid ever. No world without one. Not if you keep making him wearing come back. We'll talk about biological warfare foisted on us by those Chinese. Yep, those? Yep. The same Chinese those, huh? Talk about. Listen to Dr Lene Merit. Tell us about Don't miss it here on the edge. Ham radio 1600 AM and 92.7. F. M. People are always on the move. How did they keep up.

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Wash FM 97.1

07:14 min | 2 years ago

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"A heart shaped box of chocolates. 80% say they'd rather have a gift that represents their preferences rather than one that costs a lot of money forecast For today. Partly cloudy highs around 52. Right now it's 25 degrees in Laurel, and this is 97.1 Wash it, then you just got to be in Chile's top stories. Next, you'll hear Pauline's Crazy first date story. She's from D. C. Crazy first date with a guy who kept playing games with her during a blizzard. So did the heat things up for No. She's spilling the tea. Next with another crazy first date story. You can't mess on Lee on 97.1 Wash up them so hangouts I used to believe They were burning on the add something beautiful. So beautiful selling a drink. Smoking me risky persuading. No America America the darkest of days having heartbreak Way to go. Never let me spit. Hello by driving? Yeah, Heaven nine. Never let you go. Never let me down. Don't give up. No, I won't give up. No, no, no. Let me love you. You don't together, will you? Huh? What do you say way worse? Ahead of us. Me is ever wagon ain't no good enough good enough. The darkest of days, having heartbreak away political Never let me die Spirit by timing. Yes, every night never let you never let me down. Don't give up now. I will give up. Don't you love you don't together won't give up. You love you. You don't give up. No, I won't give up. I love you, baby. You don't you give up on e. I won't give up on love. Let me love you. Happy. Love you Some songs hit you in the feels every time you hear them 97.1, Wash F M. Schools. My twin Shit. Yeah, just sex. You see where he's going? Scared. Stop, please. Nice. Everywhere say stuff for me. Please..

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"f. m." Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"f. m." Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"And AM transmitters and receivers are not compatible. You can't have both in the same radio set if you have a receiver. It may have an FM receiver and an AM receiver, but they are two separate receivers. They're not it Z not a compatible technology again because you're looking at different modulations, and you're looking at different sizes of radio waves as well. So 1940 R C A says You know what? This F Everything makes a lot of sense to us now. Now that we're really looking at it, that we've got a deal to make with you. And they present their Armstrong with a really attractive contract. He would get a cool $1 million, which in today's money is around $18 million. In return, our CIA would get a royalty free license to use his FM patents. It was supposed to be a non exclusive deal, however, so Garcia would not get the exclusive rights to use this. They just wouldn't pay any royalties on anything they earned. And in return, Armstrong we get this $1 million feet. However, Armstrong had already made arrangements with other companies. To license his patents, and they had to pay royalties on everything. They sold anything that made use of one of his patents. He would get a little kind of it. And he felt like if he signed this agreement with R C A. It wouldn't be fair to these other companies that had to pay him every time they sold something. IFRC a didn't have to do the same thing. How is that fair? So he refused, He said. I'm sorry. The steel is not gonna work with me. And that ticked off Sarnoff to no end. So we'll start up directors engineers to work on FM tech of their own rather than license Armstrong's work and give him royalties, he says. Forget it. Let's just make our own F M Tech And the company starts to develop systems that they claim do not infringe upon. Armstrong's patents are CIA, then took another step. Costs are enough, isn't Please. With just Trying to sidestep Armstrong. He wants to punish Armstrong. And the company begins to encourage other companies to not license Armstrong's patents and other words, cutting off Armstrong's source of revenue. His Armstrong's not making radios himself. He's licensing his designs to other companies. And now our CIA saying, Oh, don't do that. He. We've come up with our own FM transmission stuff. Don't bother paying him for this stuff. So Armstrong goes and sews Arcia and NBC and he's pretty confident it's gonna win right off the bat. But the legal proceedings lasted much longer than he anticipated and the expense drained his personal finances by 1950. Some of his patents had actually expired, so he couldn't even really leverage those anymore, and the lawsuits were continuing. Meanwhile, his mental health was deteriorating. He felt strongly that he was being cheated out of his money and the credit for his work. And what's worse, this mirrored something that had happened to Armstrong earlier in his life. He had worked on an invention that he felt he was responsible for, but ultimately the credit went to a different engineer, so he felt like this was happening all over again. In the winter of 1954. After having driven away his own wife. He actually hit her during an argument and she had left him to leave and live with her sister. Armstrong decided to end his own life. Hey, jumped out of the window of his 13th floor apartment and landed on a on a balcony. 10 stories below and died. Hey, had a suicide note in his pocket. The expressed his deep regret for hitting his wife and for his actions, and Sarnoff would shrug off any responsibility he might have played in Armstrong's deterioration, He said..

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"f. m." Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"f. m." Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"RC eight begins to manufacture color television sets Now, now they've set the standard. Now they're gonna make the actual products. Originally, the early sets had either 15 inch or 19 inch screens. 1955 all our CIA sets were 21 inches in screen size, and you measure that on the diagonal. Other companies would continue to manufacture the smaller screen sets. But R C A focused on 21 is the standard. Interestingly, our CEO was not the first manufacturer to offer a consumer color television set that was running on what was effectively RCs color television transmission standards. Westinghouse would introduce a color television ahead of R. C a 1954. It's silver $1295 a princely sum, particularly when you factor in inflation. If you were to do that, you would see that in today's cash That would cost you about $12,000 are CIA would follow this up in less than a month with its own first television set color television set called the C T 100. That one had a price tag of $1000 so about 10 grand in today's cash. Very expensive to watch some color TV. Now it may come as little surprise that not many people picked up a new CT 100 at that price tag RC a pursued some pretty enthusiastic marketing strategies. In other words, they held a very expensive advertising campaign trying to get interest up. But at that price, it just wasn't going to happen by August of 1954. Not even two months after its debut, our CIA would drop the price tag to $495, which was still a huge chunk of change. But that price R C A was actually losing money on every sale because the sets were so expensive to make. Even so, if the company had failed to sell it sets That would have cost our see even more money in the long run, So this was a way to get early adopters onboard and pave the way for future less expensive televisions. Color television What, really pick up steam and the consumer marketplace until the 19 sixties. That's when the quality really improved. The price dropped and there was more programming available to watch as well. Shows like Disney's Wonderful World of Color, which debuted in 1961 helped a lot Color television sales wouldn't overtake black and white TV sales until 1970 Meanwhile, our CNN CBS did battle over which company would define the future of television. At that same time, Sarnoff was waging a separate war about radio waves. His adversary was someone who used to be a close friend of his A guy named Edwin Howard Armstrong. Armstrong was an electrical engineer. He had attended Columbia University Brilliant guy, apparently one of those people who really was only interested in studying anything that directly appealed to him and had no interest whatsoever in any other subjects. Armstrong had already achieved a great deal by the late 19 twenties, but we're concerned specifically with his work and FM radio FM stands for Frequency modulation As opposed to AM radio, which stands for amplitude modulation in both cases were talking about Changing a radio wave in some way to transmit information. So it's all about varying something some aspect of the radio wave. And with a m or amplitude modulation. It's all in the name. It's all about the amplitude the strength of a radio signal by very that. Modulating the strength of the signal. You can encode audio onto a radio wave and you have a receiver. And it has a device to decode that modulation essentially to reverse this process, so that whatever information was laid on top of that radio wave, can they be played back? You can convert it into an audio signal. The electrical signal. Really, that represents an audio signal. Send that to an amplifier and then on the speakers. But I am has some drawbacks and a big one is that it is interference really can come into a transmissions quite easily. Stuff like electrical equipment can introduce interference or thunderstorms. And you get static. Another noise that gets introduced into the signal. So you don't get a clean signal. Start off, wanted to eliminate all of that static that noise. Armstrong wanted to experiment with frequency modulation, which was already a known method at that time, but had yet to produce results that were remarkably better than AM broadcasts. And as the name suggests. Instead of messing with the strength of a radio wave. You mess with its frequency, you increase or decrease its frequency to encode audio on top of that radio wave. Otherwise, it's a very similar system. You would have a receiver that would pick up the radio wave and a decoder that would take that modulation of frequency and converted back into an electrical signal that would represent audio. So Armstrong believed that the reason why FM had not really shown to be better than a M was because earlier attempts had focused on two narrow arrange for modulation. People were not Changing the frequency. Enough. Essentially, so Armstrong began to experiment with Wideband FM. He filed and received five patents for his approach. And he had an agreement with RC A That said the company was going to have the right of first refusal on any patents that Armstrong was able to secure while working an FM he demonstrated his system Tau Arcia Arcia would actually test it out fairly extensively in the mid 19 thirties. And it was pretty clear that the system was superior to a M. For the purposes of radio broadcasts. Within a given region AM signals could be picked up further away than FM. In most cases. But R. C A was so focused on developing television that relatively little attention was given to the FM developments, and ultimately, Armstrong wasn't presented with any sort of deal. Or his work A short while later, Armstrong brought his ideas to some other companies now are CIA wasn't doing anything with them, and his intent was partnering with those other companies and licensing his patents in order to start changing radio stations over from a M to F. M, which would actually require lots of work that would require Not just a a format switch, but new equipment FM.

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"f. m." Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"f. m." Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"f. m." Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"f. m." Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"7 10 K I R O A. M. Seattle 97 3 K I R O F M. Tacoma, Seattle. Well, if Notre Dame is gonna win its first college football playoff game in its history, they got some work to do. Second half is moments away, Andre where Holly Rowe and our man Joe Tessitore ready to go with the second half. Thank you, Suban. We are back here in Arlington, Texas, at 18 T Stadium this year, the home for the Rose Bowl game presented by Capital one. 21 to 7. Now, remember, Notre Dame won the toss. They elected to receive. So Bama receives this second half kick. And you would think it is absolutely critical that the Notre Dame defense comes up with a stop. Yeah, absolutely. And they need some of the juice in which they played with Toe force Alabama toe punt at the end of the first half, where they finally got him behind the down and distance markers and were able to play downhill for the first time in the first half. So that's exactly what needs to happen here to start this second half. I wouldn't. I wouldn't even go as far as to say force of three and out, create a short field and then put your offense on the field with a chance to get back in this thing. Notre Dame's Jonathan Doors to kick off the second half of the Rose Bowl. Right toe left Notre Dame in the road uniforms, the White jersey Obama in the tradition rich Princess And I'll go for a touchback. So Mack Jones will come out out Holly guys, Devante Smith had a huge first half for Alabama over 100 yards receiving, but he just came out of the locker room, and it's really still.

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