35 Burst results for "Few Months Ago"

DHS: Repeal of Title 42 Would Result in 18,000 Aliens Each Day

Mark Levin

00:53 sec | 3 hrs ago

DHS: Repeal of Title 42 Would Result in 18,000 Aliens Each Day

"The Biden administration is going to appeal Now according to the DHS their own numbers yes the repeal of title 42 would result in 18 thousand Aliens entering the United States each day A massive increase Now you do the numbers 18,000 Each day times 30 days a month You're talking about over 500,000 aliens coming into the country each month We've never seen anything like that in the history of this country Not even under the prior months under the Biden administration No country can handle that including ours None And they don't want you to talk about the great replacement theory And I just keep asking the same question well then what is the purpose of this

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What Lead to the Stolen Election of 2020?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:00 min | 6 hrs ago

What Lead to the Stolen Election of 2020?

"I'm going to listen now just some of the usurpations that have occurred in our time. The stealing of the election from Donald J Trump. I read, I don't know how many months ago it had to be right after the election. Over 20 anomalies on Dennis's show I read this that had to occur for president Trump to lose. And I remember 3 a.m. like a lot of people wrote to me on election morning, I went to sleep thinking this is pretty good. President Trump is going to win. This has to happen. I remember thinking to Wisconsin and this has to happen in Michigan. And this has to happen in Pennsylvania. He's got this down unless I think I thought of this unless they do something. Lastly, play around. I thought of that that very night. The excellent documentary 2000 mules confirms what I was confident had happened. And to cement their pyrrhic victory, what do they do? These thieves use January 6th to arrest and even put, can you believe in this country? Put people in solitary confinement. Those who asked for a redress of grievances,

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Dinesh D’Souza: '2000 Mules' Had to Be Released in a Novel Way

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:11 min | 8 hrs ago

Dinesh D’Souza: '2000 Mules' Had to Be Released in a Novel Way

"Did you ever expect the 2000 mules would get the kind of response it's getting dinesh? Well, it was really hard to say, Mike, because I knew that the content of the movie was explosive. In other words, it was bringing a factual bearing on this issue that has haunted the American mind for two years. I mean, we were showing never before seen video. That's the official surveillance video of the states themselves. It's authenticity not even open to question. So I knew the material was radioactive. It was hot. I'd got balls of censorship that had been erected around this issue. It is the most banned topic in America. I knew the movie would have to be released in a completely novel way. So I'm delighted that, I mean, it's all jumbled right normally we release in the theater, then three months later, we release DVDs and digital downloads, but no, we first had a virtual premiere, then we have digital downloads, people are buying DVDs, and now we're going into the theater 400 theaters for showings a day, and by the way, if we do well this weekend, which I really hope we will be in even more theaters next

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Energy Secretary Granholm: Biden Policies Didn't Affect Gas Prices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 8 hrs ago

Energy Secretary Granholm: Biden Policies Didn't Affect Gas Prices

"Josh hawley is a listener to the text my pillow text line just pointed out. Josh hawley was one of only 11 who didn't agree with sending $40 billion of our money, taxpayer money to Ukraine. The texture says he's great. We need more like him. Listen to senator hawley confronting this mealy mouth wishy washy, non committal energy secretary because after all, one would think that when people are looking at maybe $6 a gallon for gas, they got to deflect blame. And the record high gas prices have to be anybody's fault, but theirs listen to this exchange. And I'm sure you've seen the reporting this morning that now triple-A is projecting that gas prices will hit a national average average of $6 a gallon by the month of August, is this acceptable to you? No, it is not. And you can thank the activity of Vladimir Putin for invading Ukraine and pulling a oh, nonsense. With all due respect, madam secretary, that's utter nonsense. In January of 2021, the average gas price in my state was $2 and 7 cents. 8 months later, 8 months later, long before Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine, that price was up over 30%, and it has been going up consistently since. What are you doing to reverse this administration's policies that are drawing down our own supply of energy in this country that are throttling oil and gas production in the United States of America? What are you doing about it? Sir, it is not administration policies that have affected supply and demand. How can you say

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Sen. Josh Hawley Fights Energy Secretary Over Rising Gas Prices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:37 min | 8 hrs ago

Sen. Josh Hawley Fights Energy Secretary Over Rising Gas Prices

"The energy secretary, Jennifer grantham, tried to claim that none of the Democrat policies have contributed to the gas price crisis we're in. None of the Biden policy she claimed had anything to do with the price of gasoline. You got to hear this. This is classic stuff. And this is why I love somebody like senator Josh hawley. A fighter, a bruiser, he's sharp elbow, takes no prisoners. He's the kind of warrior we're going to need if we have a chance of saving our country. Listen to this exchange between senator Josh hawley and the energy secretary yesterday on Capitol Hill. Coming out of COVID. So what explains the increase between January and August? Coming out of COVID coming out of COVID, there was an increase in demand because people were driving again. When there was no demand, the prices dropped. That is a basic law of economics. The price is dropping. I have to say, madam secretary with all due respect, your answers are insulting. And they are insulting to the people of Missouri who are looking for action. Now, you said two months ago, your department was on war footing. What are you doing to bring down the price of gasoline, which has been going up consistently since you took office? The price of gasoline is derived from the price of oil, the price of oil is at a $110 a barrel. What are you doing? Sir, if you could let me finish.

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Biden's approval dips to lowest of presidency: AP-NORC poll

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 12 hrs ago

Biden's approval dips to lowest of presidency: AP-NORC poll

"A new poll finds dwindling confidence in the current president President Biden's approval rating is at 39% the lowest point of his presidency according to a poll by The Associated Press and the north center for public research Only two out of ten American adults say the U.S. is headed in the right direction That's down 10% from a month ago with disappointed Democrats leading the drop The findings reflect widespread exasperation in a country facing higher gas prices and interest rates overall inflation a shortage of baby formula gun violence and a persistent pandemic Nurse Jerry toranzo a Republican in Chicago blames Biden for skyrocketing gas prices and says his policies are destroying the economy Democrat Milan Ramsey of Santa Monica California suggested the president was tired She feels Biden hasn't delivered on promises to fight climate change or fix healthcare Jennifer King Washington

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Russia aims to capitalize on controlling the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 16 hrs ago

Russia aims to capitalize on controlling the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol

"British military experts say with Mario pole in Ukraine largely under Russia's control Moscow's now likely to redeploy troop numbers The defense ministry says now with the number of defenders left hold up in the marijuana steel factory dwindling Russian commanders were becoming under increasing pressure to reallocate troops to bolster their offensive in eastern Ukraine Moscow says more than 1700 defenders at the steel plant have surrendered since Monday the likely final stage in the nearly three month siege of the now pulverized port city in mariupol an unknown number of defenders remain in the plant which is the last bastion of Ukrainian resistance in the city I'm Charles De

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CDC urges Pfizer booster for children ages 5 to 11

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 17 hrs ago

CDC urges Pfizer booster for children ages 5 to 11

"While U.S. parents still await approval of a COVID-19 vaccine for children under 5 regulators are giving the go ahead on booster shots for elementary school aged kids U.S. health advisers are urging a booster dose of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for kids ages 5 to 11 CDC epidemiologist doctor Sarah Oliver presented data on Thursday before a CDC advisory panel voted to approve the boosters A single Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine booster dose is recommended for persons ages 5 through 11 years at least 5 months after the primary series under the FDA's emergency use authorization The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention quickly signed off on the advice the decision opens a third COVID-19 shot to healthy elementary school kids just like what is already recommended for everyone 12 and older I'm Jennifer King

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The Latest Update on Eric's Late-Night Talk Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:54 sec | 23 hrs ago

The Latest Update on Eric's Late-Night Talk Show

"About a month back, you mentioned you were working on a TV show. What's happening with that project? That show is a reboot of Sanford and son. And it's not going anywhere. Nobody buys me as Lamont. And I said, what about Fred? He said, we don't buy you as Freddie. I said, what about bubba? What about Grady? I just want to play one of the, nobody's buying it. And so I don't know what's going to happen with that. We're working on another project actually to do a late night talk show. And that, where is that? We're probably going to be shooting 5 more shows at the end of June for that. That's the talk show with Eric when taxes, kind of like a Johnny Carson show. So that's a long story. But that is happening. And I'm excited about it. Yeah.

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Democrats Can't Produce One Proposal to Grow Our Economy

Mark Levin

01:14 min | 1 d ago

Democrats Can't Produce One Proposal to Grow Our Economy

"Name one proposal One proposal That the Democrats have made that would grow our economy One proposal That would grow our economy Now we already saw last month the economy is contracting But you know none of these statistics probably matter to you because you see it in your own lives that the economy is contracting That your salary your income whatever source Pension whatever it is Can not keep up with the cost of living Even though they have they have fixed quote unquote the cost of living figures to not properly reflect the impact the government's having And so what I'm saying is you see what's happening with gasoline prices You see what's happening with food prices You see what's happening with shortages And it's only going to get worse

FDA head: Baby formula factory could reopen by next week

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 d ago

FDA head: Baby formula factory could reopen by next week

"The Food and Drug Administration's chief says the shuttered baby formula factory at the heart of a national shortage could reopen as soon as next week The abbot plant in Michigan has been closed since February due to contamination issues FDA commissioner Robert califf faced tough questions from a house panel about why it took months for the agency to investigate whistleblower warnings in the fall about safety violations Why did the FDA not spring into action Caleb told Connecticut's rosa de lauro and others he can't say much for now We have an ongoing investigation about the details Wisconsin's Mark pocan says that's unacceptable You can talk about it honestly You should talk about it Abbott says it could take about two months for a new formula to hit store shelves once production resumes

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Tucker Carlson: Chuck Schumer Refused to Come on the Show

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:58 min | 2 d ago

Tucker Carlson: Chuck Schumer Refused to Come on the Show

"Tucker last night. Acknowledging and sharing his invitation. To this gutless wonder, this, this vicious man, Chuck Schumer, the one who screeched, hey Brett Kavanaugh, you're not gonna know what hit you. He's a bully. He's a tyrant, and he needs to be gone. He needs to be voted out of office. Every last one of this dirty damn bunch of Democrat loons needs to be gone. If we're going to stand a chance of getting this country back, they're so hypocritical, they're such frauds. They're so fake. With their fake their righteous indignation over the great replacement theory when that's all they've been screaming about for years. There was Tucker last night acknowledging how he invited Chuck Schumer, but no surprise, Chuck Schumer doesn't have the guts to face the man he is accusing of such a dastardly deed on national television. Schumer just sent a letter to our bosses here at Fox News, blaming this show for the mass murder in Buffalo as well as several other mass shootings in recent years. According to Chuck Schumer, this show spreads quote dangerous rhetoric that needs to be pulled off the air immediately in the name of public safety. Now, again, Chuck Schumer is a federal official. He is the leading Democrat in the United States Senate. And he is calling for media censorship. Now, there was a time like maybe 18 months ago and that would be considered a direct violation of the First Amendment. Now, we hear it every day. Let's just throw them in jail. We wanted to hear more from Chuck Schumer about this. We invited him on the show tonight as we always do. Because he is a coward, this is the only media appearance, probably in history. He's turned down.

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 Russian soldier pleads guilty at Ukraine war crimes trial

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 d ago

Russian soldier pleads guilty at Ukraine war crimes trial

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North Korea boasts recovery as WHO worries over missing data

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 d ago

North Korea boasts recovery as WHO worries over missing data

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Ukraine hopes to swap steel mill fighters for Russian POWs

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 d ago

Ukraine hopes to swap steel mill fighters for Russian POWs

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NATO chief hails 'historic moment' as Finland, Sweden apply

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 d ago

NATO chief hails 'historic moment' as Finland, Sweden apply

"Secretary secretary secretary secretary general general general general Jens Jens Jens Jens Stoltenberg Stoltenberg Stoltenberg Stoltenberg says says says says Finland Finland Finland Finland and and and and Sweden Sweden Sweden Sweden have have have have applied applied applied applied to to to to for for for for NATO NATO NATO NATO membership membership membership membership amid amid amid amid concerns concerns concerns concerns over over over over Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's war war war war on on on on Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Stoltenberg Stoltenberg Stoltenberg says says says NATO NATO NATO allies allies allies agreed agreed agreed that that that this this this is is is an an an historic historic historic moment moment moment which which which we we we must must must seize seize seize the the the applications applications applications not not not submitted submitted submitted must must must be be be weighted weighted weighted by by by the the the thirty thirty thirty member member member countries countries countries that that that process process process is is is expected expected expected to to to take take take about about about two two two weeks weeks weeks but but but to to to Turkey's Turkey's Turkey's president president president has has has expressed expressed expressed reservations reservations reservations about about about Finland Finland Finland and and and Sweden Sweden Sweden joining joining joining the the the two two two however however however could could could officially officially officially become become become members members members once once once that that that accession accession accession protocols protocols protocols are are are rectified rectified rectified even even even if if if Turkey's Turkey's Turkey's leaders leaders leaders objections objections objections are are are overcome overcome overcome that that that could could could take take take a a a few few few months months months the the the process process process usually usually usually takes takes takes eight eight eight to to to twelve twelve twelve months months months I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles de de de Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma

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Elementary School Sues Students Over Pronoun Blunder

The Trish Regan Show

01:06 min | 2 d ago

Elementary School Sues Students Over Pronoun Blunder

"Because this is really disturbing. A Wisconsin school district. According to the New York Post, has filed sexual harassment complaints against three middle schoolers for calling a classmate by a wrong pronoun. The school district, it's in keel 3600 residents there. It's charging three 8th graders imagine that. At the middle school was sexual harassment after an incident in April in which the students refused to use they to refer to a classmate who would switch pronouns just a month before this alleged incident. I mean, come on, guys. Come on, I mean, you know that we have a problem as a nation. When instead of focusing on things like baby formula and making sure the supply chain is there so that our infants aren't starving, when we're focused on things like using the right pronoun and it's sexual harassment if you don't, because somebody just recently decided to switch pronoun, I mean, come on.

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Dave Rubin: Red States Show a Willingness to Compromise

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | 3 d ago

Dave Rubin: Red States Show a Willingness to Compromise

"Don't even want to get into it. The disagreements of like, what is a conservator or not? What really matters though is like we believe in consent of the governed separation of powers, the constitution, freedom of speech, we believe there's something worth conserving and protecting, and then let's go defeat these degenerate woke people. Yes, like that's the mission statement. Yes, we can set aside whatever the differences are. So Newton is so irrelevant. Charlie, some people on the more libertarian side are going to want no taxes. Some conservatives want a little bit of taxes, but they don't want a lot of federal taxes. We could put all of that aside to save the country. To save the republic. Let's just save the republic. And then we can hash out our differences after. Right? We can. And by the way, you know, I mentioned this on the show last night at the live event that, you know, when it comes to this roe V wade thing, look, the pro life thing to conservatives, this is like the top of the thing. It's about life, conserving life. So this is the type of thing. But two interesting things happen. One of them, I didn't know until the show last night. So in Florida where I now live, a few weeks ago, they passed a 15 week ban on abortion. Now, 50 weeks, that's three and a half months. That's more, even though I have some willingness for a few weeks. That's further than I would go. I would go maybe to 12, okay? Now, I get what I purely get the pro life position on this. I'm not denying that when the sperm meets the egg, it's a life, all of that stuff. Okay, fine. But think about this. Florida, which is thought of as this red, right wing, Ron DeSantis state. They did a three and a half month abortion law, and nobody cared. I don't mean nobody cared in such a good way. And what I mean is they passed it and it was thought of as a compromise, and it wasn't controversial. It wasn't on the front page of The New York Times or Washington Post. It was like, oh, here's a compromise. So that shows you that red states are willing to compromise, because if it was a purely red state position, they'd have no abortion or it would have the most minor exclusions, right? So that's what Florida did. Someone told me this and you can confirm it for me last night. I didn't know this till after the show that Arizona I think did the exact same thing. Very similar. 15 weeks. So think about that. You've got two states, Arizona, I consider a red state. And I think it will get redder. I think you're going to be okay here. We got to fix it. I know you got some things to do, but I think you're going to be okay. But the point is that the red states are showing a willingness to compromise. It's the other side that's not

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"few months ago" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:06 min | 11 months ago

"few months ago" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Structure In a few months ago, it was crucified by large funds for weakening corporate governance. Not only a group of believe well funded startups can adopt listening to release because it's usually just seen as an exit option for existing holders rather than an opportunity to fresh and you see most companies stepping the tradition like your market in Europe this year, breathing new funds, Okay? Some What influence? Then You also mentioned the retail investors what influence of a having on listings that were saying, I mean, there are now increasingly apps where people can get involved actually with IPOs. Is that it? Yes, I think that's right. I mean, any sports can probably talk to some of this quite well as well. But increasingly, companies are going out to retail investors in order to access to sell shares and to raise money. That's been seen much more. So in the U. S. You know whether retail investing market has really exploded over the course of this year, driven by stimulus checks and as the stocks reporter now you spend an enormous amount of your time reading Reddit and and having to figure out who is going to to move that day, But what those investors are also interested in doing as a kind of touched on briefly. Is buying companies that they know you know, buying companies that they like and then in turn those companies, especially the ones that have had their had demand boom during the pandemic. So you know you look in the U. S. A company like only for example, you know, we make milk alternatives. They've seen a huge rising demand and in order to capitalize on that they've listed and they are the sort of company again that If you do as I do, spend a lot of time scrolling through Reddit screens kind of company that gets mentioned the law as as one that retail investors are attracted to. So when it comes to London's position. I mean it was he post Brexit. There's been a huge focus on this in the past six months. What is the government here? The UK government doing to attract more startups, more tech startups and more of those all important listings. Yeah, The UK really wants to make itself more competitive work in New York and keep homegrown unicorns from going go with these in such in search of more investor friendly lifting roof. The UK government is now looking to change the rules for listing on London and the UK government is also looking to go up the amount of fake that has to be floated in an I feel essentially everything that can make it a little more attractive for tech founders, the state home here in London. Great My thanks to Bloomberg's equity capital markets, reporters waited Gopinath and to our equities editor Salmon said. Thank you both for joining me. I'm Carol in hip to here in London. You can catch us every weekday morning here for Bloomberg data. Great. You're beginning at six. A.m. in London. That's one a.m. on Wall ST. John Caroline. Thanks alive and just a hint on Bloomberg Daybreak weekend. It's about to become easier to figure out where the stress is in China's credit markets. I'm John Tucker, and this is Bloomberg. Carol Master Pretzels. Rock. What Chips? Luck? Who's the new guy? Santa? I think he's looking at me. Pretzels. You got it twisted. He's looking at me. Stop being salty.

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"few months ago" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:37 min | 11 months ago

"few months ago" Discussed on KOMO

"A few months ago, she Tiger Woods had this horrific crash and a lot of people are wondering. Not only would he be okay, but would he play golf again? And that's I think something that's probably still Too early to tell, But you go through something like that, and you have all that athletic ability. All of a sudden the brakes are put on. You have to learn to do things like just simply walk again. Yes, A significant injury is a fracture, Significant fracture and in good hands, such as Dr Kerr. People can get back after these fractures. It's pretty amazing when they start putting these things back together. All right, Shannon O. Kelly and Dr Stewart curved Dr Kerr welcome. Welcome to health talk. We're glad you're joining us. We're going to talk today about basically come. You needed fractures of the tibia theory. This society fracture that Tiger woods sustained in the accident. He was involved in recently. But before we get into that, man, I was looking at your bio. Wow. Um, talk about experience, Probably in trauma and trauma, surgery and trauma fractures. I mean, military service. Naval, maybe sales. Uh, trauma center in Anchorage. I mean, tell us about your history and your practice. Well, I'll always enjoy taking care of a lot of injuries have spent. Fair deal of time overseas, taking care of a lot of our injured servicemen and service women and I've seen some really horrific injuries. Both Overseas deployments. And then you know, back home at the various naval medical centers, reconstructing a lot of those injuries and getting people back to a high level of function and then also have done that in a few busy trauma centers throughout the United States as well. So you probably have seen these these, um serious fractures of the tib fib. Let's talk about the tib fib. Let's talk about the anatomy. Let's talk about what it means. The term communicated fracture and let's set that up from kind of an anatomical standpoint, and then kind of the trauma and the mechanism of injury. So the tibia and the fibula those are the bones that connect the from the knee to the ankle. And essentially that Tibia is the larger of those two bones. The fibula is the one that's on the outside the TV is what you typically can feel right underneath the surface of your skin. And that's the the bone that you protect. Typically with like a shin pad when you're playing soccer and other sports, a accommodative fracture basically means that Fracture has many segments to it rather than just a clean break of that of those two bones in half. A commented fracture is one that's more shattered and has many pieces and As such has a lot more energy that's been directed into it, too, cause that fracture. So let's talk about that energy or that mechanism injury. This sounds like a comedy to fracture. The tip. 50 is an impact injury in in, in example, a car wreck. I would imagine that you're kind of pushing on the brake or something like that. Or bracing yourself and that car impact that energy goes up through that tip fib and just explodes it basically in these multiple pieces is that fair to say from a mechanism injury, it is. There's a lot of mechanisms that can cause commentator fractures, crush injuries, other things like this, but In the case with Tiger Woods, his Injury most likely was a loading and, uh, a loading type of injury high energy injury from his higher speed automobile crash and that energy dissipated through those bones and And fracture them in numerous pieces. Well, you know, I can imagine, you know, the fibula is a fairly small bone. But the tibia is a fairly good sized bone, and it's pretty sturdy bone. Um, I could imagine that's a pretty significant impact to cause that bone to kind of just implode basically or fracture in several pieces. Um, it's a It's a high impact injury, usually or some kind of trauma. Obviously. Correct. Okay, So what? What are the concerns? Then? You've got these fragmented pieces of bone. You know, I know from anatomical standpoint, the tib fib that Enterasys membrane or that that that that structure that anatomical connection soft tissue You've got nerves. You've got blood vessels. Those nerves and blood vessels are going down through that area to get to the toes. For example, I mean, I can imagine there's a lot of concern here. Well, there is and typically in these in these types of Injuries with that amount of energy that goes through that limb and and fractures the bone like in his case, it was an open fracture. Um and also, you know, with these types of injuries, there's typically a lot of soft tissue injury that goes along with the with the fracture.

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"few months ago" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"few months ago" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Been pre recorded. The views of this program do not reflect the station or Salem Media Group. Portions of today's show have been pre recorded. Okay, everyone way. Need your health because E just moved into this apartment a few months ago, and I flipped the switch made that noise and it scared the daylights out of me. I am told this is a Garbage disposal. I've never seen a garbage disposal. I never had one in any place I've ever lived. It is terrifying. I don't know. What do you use it for? What It's purpose is like like like, like food scraps, like is this environmentally sound like? I don't know. The following has been rated P c for politically correct pay ATTENTION. You just may learn something. It's the sage Larry Helder Boo. I'm just kidding. I think there's a piece of glass down there, Larry. Oh, to hear the safe from South Central, The Prince of PICO Union, the czar of Common Sense the Great elder Ski Don't Lorenzo. Welcome to the program. No, Victor Crest allowed because we've got a country to save, So let's get her Tita. One of my love to my little friend something go Triple 8971 s a G Triple 89717243. I am Larry Elder. We are Relief active com studio on this Can you be Kirk phone, bro Friday more on that, in due course in Atlanta mayoral candidate who voted to defund the police. Has his car stolen in broad daylight while he's there, Kids drive the car away, drag him almost a half a block. Hey, thank the police for their assistance. Florida governor, Rhonda Santis. Says the lockdowns have turned many Democratic domestic migrants. Into Republican says the people who are moving to the state are registering as Republican. Apparently those.

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"few months ago" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"few months ago" Discussed on KCRW

"A few months ago, Governor Gavin Newsom signed a law requiring county health officers in California to track the impact of the Corona virus pandemic on the state's LGBT Q community. But the law's not really being enforced, and the data it has collected is inconsistent. LGBT Q advocates are sounding the alarm is the virus surges, saying the community is vulnerable to underlying health problems that could be exacerbated by Cove in 19. All the more reason to make sure we're collecting data about a community that we know has increased risks in terms of the types of jobs that LGBTQ people perform in terms of higher rates of cancer. On homelessness on smoking. That's the bill's author, State Senator Scott Wiener. Talking with KCRW's press play, he sent a letter to California's Department of Public Health, asking the agency to do a better job of tracking the impact of the Corona virus on LGBT Q communities. He says the information is crucial for resource allocation. Whether it's testing or other things we focus. Those resource is to address the disparities or, you know, in terms of How we administer the vaccine. Without that data, he says. Officials can't make those decisions. You're listening to KCRW KCRW Sponsors include egg Donor and surrogacy institute committed to building a path to parenthood through egg donation and surrogacy. More info about creating a family through egg donation and surrogacy.

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"few months ago" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"few months ago" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"American few months ago I had on mark Meckler who's the president of a group to put together something called the convention of the states which is giving more power to its W. W. W. dot opened the state's dot com is now the the new a platform for mark Meckler and his group and we're gonna talk a next several minutes about what's happening around Ohio Kentucky Indiana Florida Massachusetts California all the other states plus what's going on in Seattle without certain protesters or shall I say riders taking over blocks of that city with impunity and mark Meckler welcome again to the bill Cunningham show and mark our bill always better when I'm with you let's talk about here in the middle of June and going back into the middle of March we had a pandemic coming up was going to kill about two million Americans and now we're going to have emergency rooms are overflowing all over every state every city and now the big diatribe from the mainstream media is since that didn't pan out so well as far as political thing and it's all for for the hundred ten thousand people or so who died but the great majority in nursing homes which doesn't mean they're relevant and just simply means the the general population is not at risk of this about but as far as the media coverage now which is the state that open to sooner ones having up taken infections which was something anticipated because the more testing but but none the less what is the media diatribe now that so many other things have failed against this president not now we're on to the second way the third way to stock markets up then it's down that it's back up how to get me a purview where you think the the country's now relative to covert nineteen yeah well I think if you are a protester and your protesting or writing on behalf of something that the left blanks well then there is no such thing as cobra nineteen doesn't matter anymore in fact apparently riding and looting makes you immune to covert nineteen that that the narrative of the left now it's it's more porn together right and destroy and trash your community than it is to worry about a disease that they told us was gonna kill two million people unfortunately that's where we're at right now I have a screen shot of fox news about three nights ago and which thousands of public health officials health officials signed a missive that said it's more important to go out there and protest covert nineteen because racism kills more people than covert nineteen and when you think about mark Meckler the fact that it appears that this particular virus affects minorities and persons of color more than others in fact in the state of Georgia eighty three percent of those in the hospital are African American and New Orleans it was like seventy five percent it could be we don't know a lot about it yet it could be like a sickle cell or something that affects certain racial groups differently than others there's some diseases that affect whites more than for blacks and cetera and so when what when the officials in Washington in New York City tell individuals at risk go out there and aerosol or your spittle yell scream holler and shout calls tear gas to be disposed of yeah I just played because of your income and capability of maintaining control they're bringing about what they're seeking to avoid and so when Georgia and I think Florida open up some beaches the media said that that was a killing field that they're killing people and now that the same media saying go out there and protest without covering it that way I think it lays bare the argument that these public health officials really care about public health if they did they would tell their left wing friends don't go out there and protest anything you're putting your life at risk but they simply use this in the past to promote an agenda and it appears to be failing well like how many of the language of what bill and I'm gonna be blunt about it these people are racist that's all they are they don't care about the people that they're putting at risk and the racist and they're liars either cope with nineteen was not dangerous when they told all of us we had to stay home and it's not dangerous now in in which case they were lying then or it always was dangerous and it's still dangerous and as you said it's much more dangerous in these inner city communities of color cultural reasons the way people are forced to live in those places and it is racist and they just hate those people so I would say to those twelve hundred people who signed that letter that they are racists that's not the way the media covers it because at any one point we were told months ago you can't go to church you can shop at Walmart or Costco but mom and pop small operators are shut down sole proprietors were obliterated nail salons barber shops targeted churches often with the conniving connivance of clergy shut down completely governor and Kentucky any pushchair wrote down the license plate numbers of churchgoers on career on Easter morning itself and in fact even assembling in a church parking lot was bad no more than ten people could be together all of a sudden tens of thousands are marching and parts of Seattle or taken over in the media says that's okay and so it are we quickly divided into two camps between the functional part of America and the dysfunctional part those who play by the rules I always say as an attorney tell me what the rules are I do my damndest to follow them and so there are weddings and of course an NYPD was sent to break up in a Jewish funeral because there were more than ten people congregating NYPD broke them up and threaten arrest and and did all those things out at a Jewish funeral but the same NYPD in Union Square stand back and watch tens of thousands yell at each other and I'm thinking we're both can't be true yeah reporter remember who's directing the N..

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"few months ago" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"few months ago" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"How are you I'm Emily I went to visit her a few months ago at her home in Maryland a place for students by nature inside and out there's blueberry bushes out front and a bird bath outback Elizabeth is a career health policy consultant she and her husband Matt Cullen got seriously into bird watching after trip to Costa Rica and level the water birds I grew up in Florida so I like the big wading birds and they're easy to see the other hobby is playing board games and in two thousand fourteen Elizabeth scheme group had a conversation that changed her life they were talking about how much they loved the mechanics of board games dice rolling collecting items but the themes were kind of repetitive there's a lot of games about castles and about trains and about space and I'm just not excited about those things outside you know there should be a board game about birds and my brain just sort of latched on to that and started thinking about us like I think I think that game so Elizabeth broke out her trusted Sibley field guides and started making bird cards trying to represent the rules of ecology as board game mechanics in the same way let's say you build settlements and Catan most board games have resources in them that like wood and or and stone Anna is like what the resources being if this wasn't a given that humans and it was like in a game about birds instead and so the researchers are the things that the birds eat in the past five or six years there's been a boom in stem powered board games we now have evolution terraforming Mars psychosis and Tesla versus Edison both published by the science you gain company genius games and for Elizabeth this signals a growing appetite for board games exploring a greater diversity of themes from a greater diversity of designers I think that's happening more and more as publishers realize that it's not as risky as they may have thought it was and while this is not a scientist her game is kind of a quiet lesson in ecology at least that was Angela Twinings impression she's a lecturer at the university of Tennessee Knoxville and while reviewing the game for science magazine noticed something about how the bird cards complemented one another you kind of start off with a completely blank nature preserve and you're trying to attract the birds into your concern one at a time like you know the order actually really matters and you might get a different community depending on who gets hurt so when we spend the first bird cards you place in your nature preserve impacts other bird cards in the future and that is a real concept in ecology known as the priority a fact that states like you know the order in which you can use a ride to a new habitat can actually dictate the way that community structures itself so Elizabeth Hargrave while not an ornithologist by sticking to the facts when it came to bird behavior ended up modeling some of the inner workings of ecosystems when we spend came out last year her hope was simply to get burgers into board gaming and board gamers into burning but what I hadn't really thought about it is that there is this set of people who are already burgers and board gamers and they lost it they're not the only ones to date wingspan has sold over three hundred thousand copies for NPR news I'm Emily kwong this is NPR news morning edition goes to the source to the people affected by the news this plant could shut down and a lot of very good people could lose their jobs like this it's completely ridiculous that we should feel unsafe to go to school and I just have way you'll be told that that's what I'm no well king for stories that matter to you listen every weekday morning edition from NPR news join us for morning edition for until nine tomorrow morning on ninety point three K. U. C. U. host Lisa lady will have your updates on weather traffic beginning.

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"few months ago" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"few months ago" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"In the one a few months ago the last one I was able to get with my foot this what it just kept strangling with my bare fans I couldn't get it through the eyes of true foxes attacking a one host on fox not a fan of taken out to a money does he have a point this message is for all of you sitting in the passenger seat and apologies if it gets a little uncomfortable but how does it feel to be at the mercy of someone who thinks a random text is more important in your life someone who take their eyes off the road while speeding along in a three ton hunk of steel freaky right well why not just ask them to stop or better yet volunteer to text for them it might be a little awkward but believe me eleven learn more at stop tax stop rex dot org brought to you by the ad council the national highway traffic safety administration this is news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. live team coverage of breaking news weather and traffic starts now capital over the government's attempted cover up following the shoot down of the Ukrainian jetliner ABC's step in the days after so the money was killed Ronnie's were United with outrage against the US now these protesters seen taking down posters of the slain military leader fifty six percent of the new ABC news Ipsos poll say they disapprove of how the president's handled Iran after the strike that killed the country's top general in the same poll fifty two percent say they feel less safe after the strike also clean up work after deadly storms in the south and Midwest this weekend in Houston Cordelia Huddleston saw out her window all I saw.

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"few months ago" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"few months ago" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Person now a few months ago there was this guy who lived in Seattle the decided he was going to happen the Capital One a young to find the bank and bank credit card company you know right capital yeah and they got credit cards as well and Capital One use the Amazon to host all their IT services you know I am from the cloud service and this guy worked at Amazon before any found some flaws he was able to exploit it was able to feel the financially gigabytes of flowers a Capital One up to date you know customer data and any actually bragged about it on on on the tool called flak which is like a messaging tool that was in the public channel and then of course he was arrested for doing so but this happens all the time and to get people out there that want to prove a point and they hack into things even major banks and it's not too difficult unfortunately it could be a simple miss configuration that capital had capital one you know didn't know about that was the misuse by this individual to gain access to their data how much for a big company are they spending on IT I don't know the amount they're spending on IT per se but IT security really depends depends on my eye on it because IT security it's really like risk management it's almost like car insurance how much are you willing to spend you know to protect yourself against damage to your vehicle or liability from hurting somebody else yeah you know it's the same type of situation is how much of a company willing to spend to mitigate the risk that they're gonna cybersecurity incident and I can you know not only hurt their bottom line through theft of information or money but actually hurt their image so then the company has to decide how much they're gonna budget to solve that problem all right go ahead campfire IT budget what we're gonna come back in a moment take final phone calls Joe out their first time caller in Hays Kansas.

"few months ago" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"few months ago" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The a few months ago hopefully gets is basketball game back yes X. Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin says he is having no second thoughts about retiring he's also a A. S. Stanford grad ton of injuries to here on terra you want to get to the nonsense sure man arrested for allegedly shooting arrows at a vehicle Big Bear city California California man remained in jail Monday after being arrested over allegedly shooting arrows at vehicles on the street from his truck you can't do that in our tree guy ever did you ever get to play you know take out the bow and arrow and shoot at a target I am saying I don't think I've ever football while we're at a camp shooting arrows I don't think I did on the yeah I don't know what she Frank Greer sela thirty seven was arrested Friday afternoons officers served a search warrant at his home see several blows pulled scenario tips according to the San Bernardino county sheriff's Big Bear station you can't do that you can't shoot arrows at a moving vehicle right now man accused of shoving propane tanks and brisket into his pants and assaulting an officer he wanted to slow cook that thing you need some propane furs Grell and he had some brisket a man is accused of having stolen propane tanks and slice brisket into his pants before assaulting officers at the Walmart on Dickerson pike you said Dickerson said that because I don't understand how propane tank can fit down his pants the bridge can I get he admitted to drinking and telling police leave my drunk F. in alone we may loan I'm drinking is the number is get over here man posing as an agent showed up at a police station to get help with an investigation and had drugs in his car would your South Carolina would drift police said a man posing as a.

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"few months ago" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"few months ago" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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"few months ago" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"few months ago" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Her a few months ago raven what it what do you think about the experience now because you know the people's minds change over time maybe she would say well I don't know if it was even real here's what she said she said quickly there are two things in my life that are the most vivid memories I have the first one is the moment I walked into my mom's room at the age of fourteen and found that she had passed away and the second is when I woke up and found that great beside my bed in your cabin most both startling events in other words it would be these were two huge huge things in our life and you know people have to realize this is real it's not it's not a bunch of publicity hounds or whatever they say but if I was gonna say earlier about the plan of the secrecy look at this if you have all these people hundreds of thousands maybe millions who have had close encounter experience is a lot of them real rough like mine was an even rougher the single been rougher then than now no it's not rough now it's great now I'm having fun I have to admit but in those days it was not so good and in any case president of the state's announces this is all real beat one the media's laughs but then agrees that it you know they begin to take it somewhat seriously be too they start to say well what can we do with this beat three they remember the close encounter witnesses and up in abductees beat for all these people are sitting on CNN and fox news and so forth crying their eyes out and the government has to say we can't do a thing about it and probably that they don't know what it is that's not gonna happen George will not be they will not put themselves in that position like that at all this week the visitors are gonna put in that position that's why I'm writing a new book a New World anyone in the north ward a lover become a documentary or movie I don't know I I hadn't thought about it actually but you know today in the news I saw that Russian Chinese south Korean and Japanese planes had tangled up over South over in Ireland in in in the I guess to the immediate west of South Korea yeah and you know we don't under this is a crazy world we don't understand no one that's totally blind center was thinking about that as being the trigger point for war the plan is full of trigger point but it but it could be either war right now yeah but it could be widely stay with us we're gonna come back and take final phone calls with you in a moment Whitley Strieber with us is website unknown country dot com linked up that coast to coast AM dot com and he's got it secure enough where you can go to what's and enjoy yourself he's several of his books also include afterlife revolution that he wrote together with his departed wife and it's an amazing story we'll be back those of you on hold so don't touch your dial right here on coast to coast AM sign up now for coastal zone our free email newsletter get it today it coast to coast AM dot com.

"few months ago" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:46 min | 3 years ago

"few months ago" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"It was a few months ago now that we talked about this incident that's happening up in Canada where there was a trans woman who is going around to various waxing shops to get a bikini wax and was turned down because of course they have man part so to do it's a do do who claims to be a woman now but if it's a if if here's the thing I mean I just listen I'm trying very hard to be polite here is offering its Monday all right I haven't had nearly enough coffee this person is has do parts yeah Hey there are dude parts down there there's all kinds of dangling there's dang lease and things and and this person goes into a waxing a bird a place for it this person is saying I want a Brazilian wax okay and then the people who work there are like yeah Bravo what's that mean that's when you're like I don't want any hair at left over at all and you're out here at all I want don't want to be I want a clean working space right okay and then when you go in there and then this person is a it has no part right which by the way if you you can do that kind of wax on a dude but currently it's a man's alien it's a it's completely different tools and equipment process because this because biologically we're different yeah because of men and women are different right and we different parts and and I would imagine it takes different things to do a man's gave birth verses it at all woman skate this may be an inappropriate question you always ask them but isn't it weird of someone else touching your stuff I've never done this I've never done a Brazilian I've never done this so I can't I'm assuming it's weird I handle my own grooming thing I mean I would think it's a little odd I would I would not want to be a wax Sir I don't I yeah I just and I think the waxing dang at anyways I don't get into that but the problem is a problem in one the problem is that this person is like okay you need to wax my my junk because identifies a woman yeah but the problem is is that everybody else sees you as it as a do because you have do part right so that's nice that you identify as a deer as a woman but we see we see a twig and berries there right it's like if this dude went to a gynecologist and said I want a pap smear even though he doesn't have an actual service exactly this is basically the same thing that he's doing now and what's crazy is that he has filed complaints against fifteen different places yeah for this exact same thing say and he's claiming gender identity discrimination clearly it's just this is an activist right that's you're all about making a point this person's name is John was John it then yeah I live now it's just that Jessica Yanis and she is tweeting about this saying it and posted a photo of herself in like a purple gown and it says one proud lesbian I will never give up fighting for human rights equality hash tag LGBT Q. of Twitter but now what's happened as a result is that one of the businesses that refused to do this wax because they were not in a position to do a man wax has had to close up the business entirely is in because costs of this is it because they've had to fight it right this because of lawyer fees and what not yeah this is infuriating and that's this is what these activists are doing they want to put people out of business congradulations why can't Jessica just start their own waxing place you know I mean we're just handle your own crashes handle your own yeah exactly they said that the thing is these people don't want quality they want a real people that's all that this it's about the bay in the baking of cakes it's about you know I mean it's the same thing it's activists trying desperately to point out to make a to make a statement instead of actually really caring about the issue yeah they don't care about the issue this person is a is a revengeful vengeful person yeah is a hateful spiteful awful person is what they are they want to ruin people and they just put somebody out of business yes me that they put a bunch of people out of work which means that a lot of these people think of the the domino effect of this think of the families that have been affected by this the people that have been affected I mean congratulations John it then just okay yeah have what you just did to a bunch of people yeah can gradually justice so wrong rob another question might be inappropriate I don't I don't I I see that I don't member until about five years ago the trans thing being like a big thing and now it seems like they're like in the news all the time yeah they very square they always there and I didn't notice them or are they there's always been trans people but like the trans people who reach out to us who end up who end up being followers of our site these are people who just live their lives to live their lives and they don't want a spectacle they don't want to create problems for the rest of society they just want to live and that they believe they are and they don't want to bother anyone in there like gay people like that too yeah that's usually how gay conservatives are gay conservative just wanna live their lives they just want and believe me there are good there are a lot of gay conservatives who write us in there like I'm conservative and you know what I'm just trucking along right my life don't want but activists are a whole other Breanna person and that is what this Jessica again of it is and that is what so many people that do you know these couples that go to bakeries and demand gay wedding cakes because these are activists because they have a chip on their shoulder and that's new like there there's always been active is very sorts but this whole trans act to activism that is so rabid that's a recent phenomena because I think that those people want they don't want to just they don't just want to exist in the world they want to be loved they want to be they want to be special and if you don't treat them a special them by god they're gonna ruin you yeah you're discriminated get against them if you're not fawning over them in some way yeah well guess what I'm not fond ever I don't wanna be fine ever there's a you're you're not entitled to special treatment yeah that's not how the world works these you know these shops to do instead of offering you know a Brazilian wax they should just simply say this is a shop for for waxing **** that's what we do here yeah so if you have one come on in yeah I don't go find a shop where they wax do part yeah I that's not to say Hey they have to start getting specific which is gross but they bit honestly you're you're absolutely right mock they have to start it's gross that we have to do that yeah it's gross that we have to start getting that specific but we do because of and that should be one right off like that we have women only and men only spaces can we still do that well listen when we're in Nashville this weekend I saw that there is a a barber right we were we passed by like a barber shop and it clearly was for men and I was like you know it that's cool yeah I think that's cool that they're a barber shops when I know there used to be one angry when I don't know if I think it's still there that they have barber shops for men I think it's neat that they do that I would imagine that you know a lot of there are probably feminists that are outraged by that I mean there there is a chance for when it you know I mean like there should be space for women because it you know people on the left get outraged by that all the time but you can't just have man only spaces you can have you can't do that anymore because it's just not cool it's not it's not right it's it's it's it's exclusive it's you can't do that this is so dumb yeah so I mean I but you're right if they have to start spelling it out for people otherwise you're gonna people are gonna lose their business says when that's what makes me so mad about this is that look at all the people that were affected by now it's just ridiculous and obviously it's like this vendetta yes percent where they're like I'm just gonna try to ruin as many businesses as I possibly can and he can make a statement and she did hi she did also we talked last week about this whole storm area fifty one event which is you know it's become this big joke now there's a whole other one where there's now for more than forty thousand people are saying that they are going to storm the Bermuda triangle because they can't swallow us all I love the so there's been a go fund me to set up to help set up to help fund this event which is now scheduled for October first and there's going to be boats and scuba gear provided along with this go fund me this is just the listen ten dollars of a desire seventy five thousand have been raised one I've got some ways to go yeah I wanna wait over here and watch that happen yeah Mike of the Bermuda triangle I'm just gonna wait wait right here but.

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"few months ago" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"few months ago" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Article a few months ago in a national publication. And the title was Chuck, you're gonna love this title. Retirement comes faster than expected. Yeah. That is absolutely true. I was just twenty two the other day. Now over fifty that came about fast, and they expected, and I'm sure the next thirty years. We'll go even faster than that, Chris. What do you remember a win? Never fifty. I do. Remember fifteen? I am thirty two with double now you don't have to use the rule of seventy two to figure that out. We fail in Drumgoney. All right. So I promise we talk about this. I'm gonna talk about this in this segment, and then we'll carry it over to the next segment, and we did joke earlier about me being invited to a steakhouse for financial professional to teach me financial stuff. But then it said on imitation that I'm not allowed to come, even though the station catch twenty two. Don't invite me if you're not good. He wanted to come. I don't like being disinvited even know. I've never I could get up there and teach him. Right. All right. So there's some things you need to void when we're talking about rolling over money to there's a lot of areas that have made when people roll their money, the wrong way enrolling gets more people in trouble into tax world than ever seen before. We also ignore are required. Minimum distributions in to our detriment when we do because it's a fifty percent penalty. If you don't take out what the government makes you take out, and Chuck, you're not there yet. No seventy and a half. And I've heard rumors increase that to make seventy two which makes a whole lot more sense, age wise than that. Idiotic seventy and a half that nobody even people working for the government. Chris, tell me why. Yeah. I'm just the kind of why Gama why Chuck. Nobody can. Chuck's baffled over. Well, I hope they do what you say, because, you know, the bottom line is you, you don't wanna have to pay more taxes than you have to retire. I mean, we, we look at the number seven keeps popping up, but this seven thanks to void when you're all over money, the wrong way, who are, I are a rollover errors 4._0._1._K's are included in that to Chris. But I wanted to I talk about in my book, I'm writing about financial physics, and in about the book on retirement, but important questions to ask yourself before initiating the retirement planning process. Chuck, this can be at any age by the way, a lot of people retire earlier and a lot of people are working later. It's all personalize and customize to what you wanna do a question. Number one is what is the nature of my retirement? In other words, are you going to live of retirement of leisure? Or do you want to volunteer for the peace corps? What do you want to do? Do you want to travel because before you, retire? You need to figure that out because certain things cost more money than other things don't they, you have to know what your hardcore expenses are, and what your play money is going to be are you gonna get bored? So you go back. To work or you work part time. What are you gonna do? What Chuck if you thought about that yet? Oh, absolutely. I've thought of it. And that's one of the things that you have to consider when you as you're getting older and older. And that's why I like working with you. Because it gives me something in the broadcast world, ten about money too. And I'm wondering about money and what I haven't don't have in what I need to prepare for. You have elicited ten times over for the Kate family, Chris, you're thirty two you've probably have thought too much about returning. Maybe I have, you know, in really I'd like to spend a lot of time at the house with family, but, you know that's not cheap either, you know, grandkids, come over it costs, money goldfish, and all the time, hunting do to ask yourself. Maybe your does your family want you spending a lot of time with them. My extended family possibly with probably want me to pick up a second job. Well, let's give people way where they can spend a little time with us. If you're one of the next ten callers, you'll, we'll go through our very own strategic development process for you, customized to fit retirement and financial planning. They helping you identify what's going on your current plan and showing you if there are some suggestions to get you on a better track, or on, on the whole different track completely or making just a couple of turns to get you in the right direction or figuring out if maybe you're doing everything. Right. That's better to know. Get a second opinion saying that, but we'll do that for the next ten people. Call chris. And this is the thousand dollar value seeing others charge more than that. And you also get my master course, the seven baby step master course, which is the thousand dollar value folks to claim your no cost. No obligation consultation, as well as your very own retirement master course, give us a call. Eight hundred six six one seven three eight three. Again, that's eight hundred six six one seven three eight three or you can text coach to twenty one thousand very, very important that when we come back, I promise, we're going to get more on these lists. I like list, but I like to talk to you guys and I'd like to talk to you. You guys out there in the cars, and the houses, as well as the guys here in the studio more than I like going.

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"few months ago" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

10:23 min | 3 years ago

"few months ago" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And so everyone has been hashing out all the details with reaction on social media are newsman on the scene is Carrie Crowley, Barry newsgroup, and and of course, we're talking about a great relief outing from Mark Milan-San. Why what did you think I was talking about? Carrie, your thoughts? Please. Quite the setup there. Mark. No. I mean, if the news we want to start with he looked excellent today. I mean, this is a guy who has quietly morphed into a reliever the giants can start using high leverage situations and spring training. I don't think anyone thought that was going to be the case. There was talk. Whether he was going to be on the team or not based on the struggles that he had. So just a a really good outing for him in the midst of what was a really difficult two days for the giant Carey's? There been any talk from him about his role. And I, you know, a few months ago, I talked to him and said what are your expectations for your role this year? Any almost kind of. I don't wanna say he was upset. But he was like the closer kind of like in a tone of like, whoa. What did you think I was gonna be and obviously, that's that's not the role. And now he's pitching. So well is there any kind of approve thing going on in his own mind? You think absolutely? And I think every time I've talked to Marco at about his role. He's always said that his goal is to be the clock. For the San Francisco Giants that was what he was signed to do a four year sixty two million dollar contract. He knows what the expectations were when he got here. But he's also very well aware of the fact that Will Smith it's done an excellent job since taking over the giants closer. And so I think she respects Bruce coach these decision to leave Smith in that role. He certainly respect what Will Smith. It's been able to deal knowing that Milan dealt with the injuries that he did over the past two years. But of course, I think that he would love to reach the point where he really forces the giants to look at him in save situations at the end reevaluate what his Volk could be over the next few seasons. So after watching those three games one Soto for Mark Milan-San who says, no. I think just about every every single person at nationals park in every resident of the district of Columbia would be just jumping down Mike Mike Rizzo throat with that one their they're bullpens. Brutal though, it's terrible. Really? Really hard to make the giants. Look like a just a lineup. It's got a ton of offense of firepower. And that's exactly what the nationals bullpen did this week. Yes. Can the giants walk out of there and say, okay, we scored fifteen runs in three games or based on what you said is is that kind of fools gold. You know, I think that they can look at it and say that the offense is better on the road than it is at home. They expected it to be that way. This is a national team. That's got good starting pitching and Stephen Strasburg Pat Corbin who they've never hit. Well, the guy say today, and so I think they'll look at the Strasbourg outing and say that that's what they need to do to win games is what they did on Tuesday this series where they they got the Strasbourg. They put more pressure on that nationals bullpen, and it it gave their starting pitcher and their bullpen some breathing room. Which as we know they just haven't had much of it all this season. Carrie, Crowley, bear, newsgroup Carey, I know this bronc while the guys were out on the road. The the big article where the giants somewhat admitted that they're now open to to talk about the ballpark and the fences and whatnot back home. Has there been any discussion that you've had with the players out there about that? Yeah. I was able to talk with Brandon belt, and Stephen Doug or a little bit about it on Tuesday the day that that that story dropped. And you know, it's interesting because they understand why the ballpark is built the way it is they they came through the giants organization they were homegrown. Traffic's who who've always been giants in their professional careers from the minor leagues up to the major leagues. And to them the identity of this team in franchise. There's always been pitching and defense ever since the ballpark opened in two thousand that's what the giants have won on. And so they questioned whether you know, if there's going to be any philosophical shifts under far Farhadi the bowl the ballpark would definitely play the play a factor in that. And I think that if the giants do end up wanting to build a team structured more around offense, you're looking at potentially making massive massive changes. Even if you're just putting the bullpens out and right center field and moving the wall in a little bit. And that's gonna change what many people consider those beautiful park baseball. Yeah. You know, it's interesting too. You talk about Brandon bell because as you. Well know, he's been such a lightning rod over the years per giants fans in and looking at now the analytics and the overlays of of what Ranan belt would be if he were playing in a different ballpark and add in the shift that has taken over the last few years. It's almost like there's a guy hidden in there who I think I think ten years ago in a different ballpark. You might have been talking about an absolute superstar. But but the circumstances have have disallowed them. I know there's injuries in there as well. But what what's your thought on what Brandon belt could be his circumstances were different scenario of courses? Picturing will Brandon bell would look like in a Yankees uniform playing with that short right porch. You know at Yankee Stadium where the where the wind blows out and left handed hitters have it so easy. Aaron judge Giancarlo Stanton. Make the ballpark looks so small, but I I really wonder if is it his numbers would look significantly different. If he were in a park like, you know, the Miami Marlins or the New York Mets or take any a number of these national parks play fair maybe in Saint Louis without ballpark. I don't know that he would be a whole lot to typically better. But we all know that the offense has been suppressed for two years at oracle park AT and T park and belt belt would look a little different. I mean, he may have it in their all star nod in there. But I I don't know that you know, you see just such drastic changes that fans really expect them. But he wasn't Yankee Stadium. The giants. Rely so much on the bullpen. And so it was a really interesting series for Travis Bergen who is a rule five guy. Meaning that you know, he's got to stay on the roster all year. I if the giants even want to think about keeping him in the organization. I know it's a small sample, but any concern there? But you know, I it's interesting because Bergen had really tuned. Not so good outings here in Washington. And anytime you look at this giants bullpen, you wonder if they're going to have to make a move or and they're going to have to bring up a fresh arm at what point who the guy to go and burgers at the bottom of that food chain. But you mentioned he's a rule five draft pick and easy young guy. They don't have many of those he's he can be under club control for the next six seasons and two it's really hard to give up on a guy like Travis Bergen. He's got the live arm. Low ninety staff while the breaking ball looks good. And I kind of go back to that outing that he had an extra innings against Colorado last week in that that epic eighteen and game where he struck out five over to whippings including Nolan air or not. I mean, I think that was the peak. Travis Berg at that was the potential that sold the giants on selecting him in the wolf by draft. And I think as long as he continues to show flashes. Like that they're going to ride this out and see how long they can keep him in the organization. Very Crowley is with us. Giants fall to Washington earlier today. Final four to two and dropped two out of three in the series. Now, they're heading to Pittsburgh, you know, he's been tinkering so much throughout the offseason with all kinds of different constant moves, and it's even Blad obviously into the regular season with with two pretty significant trades when you consider pull our in Austin, do you think this continues to use think is he still looking to tinker or do you feel like their rosters pretty sad. I think that at least temporarily the pretty sad. I mean, we're gonna see move throughout the season. We're gonna see moves at the forty game. Mark the sixty game. Mark the eighty game Mark anytime. There's an injury. There's always going to be a question of how the roster gets tinkered with will they add a guy to the forty man roster will far hunt pilaf a trade to kind of cover up a deficiency. But I think that at least right now they wanna see what this group can do over the next twenty games. They're twenty games in they're eight and twelve and haven't looked so good. But the the group has played more competitive baseball over the last week the offense, you know, notwithstanding today gets. Passer Corbett has showed more signs of life. And I think that they want to give these guys consistent bat. See what the team looks like before they make any drastic decisions carry. This is a question. I guess maybe I'm not supposed to ask. I know. It's a hard question now. But I know it's on the minds of fans is it time for BUSTER Posey, not to bad and clean up anymore. Well, I think it's it's completely fair question one that we discussed with with Bruce bocce a little bit. But you know, anytime someone says that I go back to who in the world is gonna hit cleanup right now on this giants roster. I mean, I could see you know, putting Evan longoria right there. And then moving BUSTER back to the five hole that makes a lot of sen-. I mean in a perfect world. He's probably your six hitter. Just because he drives the ball the other way. He's good with runners on base, you can work you can work the count. But the giants just don't have a whole lot of candidates right now. And he's the one who hitting the ball the hardest. Typically, he's he's got the most balls hit above one hundred and five miles an hour of any giants player this season. So I think that they're going to see what they can get from over the next ten games. But if it doesn't work out, and the average doesn't begin to improve insure you probably will see him dropped to five or six even if the giants don't change up their roster. All right. So mad bum in Pittsburgh tomorrow night. That's that's comfortable thought for giants fans. Yeah. Exactly. That that always brings back. Good memories. And. It's funny because you know, Bruce Bochy is on his farewell tour of every city in the last up in Pittsburgh. And we were talking with them earlier this week. He's got a good memory in just about every National League ballpark. And he brought up that that Bumgarner game Pittsburgh in the wildcard game. You know that the giants won. And it's so interesting because you know, here in Washington he had the brand of delta eighteen inning game. You go to Cincinnati where the giants came back from that to nothing and LDS deficit Saint Louis club. They beat Philly. You know, they were they were such underdogs. And so it's gonna be interesting to go through all the ballpark's Bruce Bochy and hear about his favorite memories. Because that Bumgarner wanna PNC park. Sure is at the top of the list..

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"few months ago" Discussed on KTOK

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02:32 min | 3 years ago

"few months ago" Discussed on KTOK

"Leo laporte. The tech guy. Hey halio. We talked a few months ago. I'm getting ready to take off on my walk across Manitoba. Oh, yeah. How exciting. Our panel. When are you going? What are you gonna leave leave next Saturday? All man, it's close. Yeah. Where are you leaving from? I'm driving up to. Driving up to Holden beach, North Carolina. And walking back home. So going from North Carolina to where's home? Newport Beach Costa Mesa. Wow. How long do you think it's going to take? I've got it mapped at about nine months. That sounds like a lot of fun. Yeah. I'm looking cat. You're gonna get footsore. But that's life. Right. You'll be in great shape by the end of it. I know right. Yeah. That's a good thing. We talked about solar panels. That talk again once I figured that all situation out ended up getting real simple. Thirty two foldable nice up on top of it. And then I ended up buying shoe. Pretty good size battery packs that are mounted in waterproof containers on the inside of the cart. And and those power everything I need so you've gone out some some weekend trips just to test everything out. Yeah. Yeah. And I just let it sit out in my. An alley behind my L. And how long's it take charge up the batteries? It takes a good a full day. So you'll be able to have those panels open as you walk. Yeah. Yeah. Right. Yeah. That sounds great. What a good solution. It worked out as I remember you you're gonna keep an ipad charged your phone. Are you doing a laptop to know? Garmin and reach. Yeah. You need that of course. Right. Right. Yeah. So I just want to thank you for that. And then also your listeners over the last couple of months have kicking over four hundred dollars in donations to the pediatric cancer research foundation and one is away as Sweden. Oh. Where's the website? So we can get some more donations before you leave. Sure. Great. Thanks. It's moving on west dot com..

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"few months ago" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

12:36 min | 3 years ago

"few months ago" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"You by. The Commonwealth Virginia. We're back. David secaucus. What's up, Dave? Mike at my friends. Just texted me in the chat. They said that you earlier supported or at least semi entertained, Madison. Bumgarner for and do our some other nuance Janke. So yes in a heartbeat. You would take mad bum. Fran. Do are. You wouldn't get him for. What other prospects are well three four why give them a three for one prospect in heartbeat. Is that going off of his post-season track record or you just want to prosecute? He's twenty nine years old, and you can go farther because this goes against what you said in the past with need that you don't like the evil empire where they go out and get these guys on shoes contracts you like the young guys like Andrew. First of all he's on he's on on a huge contract. Not going to get a huge. He's not on a us contract. Number one. Secondly, he is the only thing the only person that I can think of who I would consider that will ensure you postseason success is. Yeah. Bad because he is he is that good. He has proven. He's that good NFL season. So I would actually that's why he's I can't think of anybody else that I would put in his league, not anybody. No one not one pitcher. You can't put Kershaw there. You can't put. Verlinden is almost there, but not infallible. You can't put any of the top pitchers there. Any of the top guys on any of the teams, whoever it is the last couple of years, whether you want to go to Cleveland, Washington wherever you want to go to take a picture, none of them. He's on his own level. When it comes to that. Barron stores was about it. I won't give you props few months ago you had on Rick Pitino. And I know you ask them you got coach again, he said, no, I just read today that he's the favourite UCLA job the next year. And what did I say? What are you said it to me? What did I say? I know you'll be back, and I know he denied it. But first of all he's already been back, right? Right. Coach overseas, right? He's already coaching overseas. And he won't be coaching in college next year. Yes, soon as he is soon as he is vindicated in these. And I think he has been as far as I know, I don't think they have had any evidence that has indicted him directly. He is perfect for UCLA. Imagine Patino at UCLA. Yeah. You will put a lot of life into UCLA. He really will have put a lot of excitement of the UCLA basketball quick ones. Mike, first of all, I know it's early with the basketball. But is there any team that you've seen so far that you're surprised because I have to be honest. I watch a ton of it and this school buffalo. I have nothing to do with it always up there with Hurley was he left. It's still very good. You know, whoever runs that program from an athletic director standpoint knows what they're doing. They win football games. They win basketball games. Do a terrific job to me the the story. Everyone likes talking about Duke because of the enormous talent. And especially obviously ion and what he has his excitement and everybody about him in the future and everything. The team this year if you're paying attention. Is michigan? Yeah. Nobody can play with Michigan. Michigan has always under that coach who's a great coach in offensive team. They are now the best defensive team in the country. Michigan is going to be very hard to keep from winning a national championship. Very hard. Michigan Duke will be a if it's Michigan Duke you want to buy a ticket that will be worth it. In Long Island. What's up, doc? About what's happening? This weekend's games. I don't remember especially now offensive era a weekend where the time of possession was so one sided in every game. I think the Dallas game was closer to thirty six twenty four. Every other game was almost two to one forty two twenty thirty nine twenty it almost felt like all time football, not the same way. But I have not seen possession like that in game. Because usually the teams to score now. And you know, what it shows you that what you do if you can if you can run the ball with power and play defense. Can you still win games? Yeah. Yeah. Two quick things. Yeah. You can I watch the replay five times. Did I miss something in a Gallup catch? It looked like he almost got in the end zone. I. TV all went back ten times watch the catch. And they place the ball to two yard line. I'd have to look at it. I didn't pay enough attention on the one play Doug. I'm not going to give you a fast answer since you put a lot of time into what I'd have to go back and look at it. I really would because I never I never studied it. So I would have to go back and look at it again to be honest with you because I don't remember making a definitive statement about it in my mind. So I'd have to go back and look at it. Mike joins us. What's up, Mike? Hey, mike. How you doing good? What's up? Now, you were talking Paul Newman movies, and I happen to be a Paul Newman. And before was what was I talking? Yesterday. You were talking about Paul Newman a one guy brought up Paul Newman for one statement. So you're going to you're reaching a long way for Paul Newman. Here you must be setting something up. Go ahead. Getting anything back you say road to perdition. Excellent movie. Yeah. It was good one. Great. I mean, it was it was it wasn't bad. It was first of all was dark movie. It had a dog feel to it. Right. From the start. The Hank's character had no soul. Newman. Character was just a, you know, an icy old mob boss who with the crazy kid, of course. But and it was always going to double cross everybody as you know. Listen, it wasn't a bad movie. But even even the killer. Jet Jude law character, even he was weird. You know, we're taking pictures of the guys he killed. I mean, why they're bad movie. Listen, obviously, I sat through it. So it wasn't a bad movie. I know net flicks. I don't usually like British comedies that much. But I know Netflix is killing it with this forget the birdcage that because I don't watch horror movies, anyway, it's nothing horror. So I don't care about the blindfolds and all the other day. I don't care. I know they've amend stuff because of it. But that's what they should put that stuff up in the first place because, you know, kids watch everything so they shouldn't have the Mendip because shouldn't put that up in the first place. So I'm against that stuff. But they've hit it big with this comedy called sex education. I haven't watched it yet. But it is. I mean, they're flex is hot anyway. The earnings come out tomorrow. They're raising their prices. Netflix. You know, when you have a good company when you can raise your price from eleven to thirteen bucks, and nobody cares. Then you've got a good company. Netflix can do that because of the amount of product they have, but they have this British comedy. About high school education that has become an absolute smash around the world. I mean, an absolute smash. I have not yet everybody. But it's supposedly very funny. They're producing big time stuff. Quality stuff now. Ron and Saint James what's up, Ron? How are you today? Mike, what's happening? I wanna talk about a little bit about the referees. And the talk of what's going on in New England that everybody's complaining about, you know, lake lakeland. Being in the championship game. Being the rap for that game. Do you think of all at all? No. I don't know. I really don't know. I don't I don't have a problem with that. I really don't think that's overdoing it. I really do. I'm not worried about that. At all. I mean to me. That's not an issue. Listen, I really I think that's listen. There is a time where you have an issue. You could never let the ref who made the Brady tuck rule. He was never did another rate again. Davis will not allow them to do it again. They never done other rate. Again, my understanding I think someone could check me on that. But I don't think he ever another ready to game ever while I was alive. That's how bad I was. And that one was I remember the dog, and I had like ten NFL types or coaches on. And I think seven out of ten thought that it was a bad call the next day. I think seven out of ten. And obviously started the legend and Al held a grudge about that play. I mean, he held a grudge for a long time held grudges anyway, but he held a grudge on that play. But I don't I don't see. I don't see if he initially. I really don't and they just named the officiating crew for the Super Bowl to was already out. If you care about such things, sunny Malvern, what's up Sonny. Hey, Mike goes without saying I didn't show you were talking about the other night. You take the show makes for the kids are, you know, fast asleep when you see that it's pretty provocative. But listen, it's not it's not a show for kids. I didn't say was it's it's a it's a mature audience comic. It's a it's a sex comedy. But it has it's become a smash hit around. And we know it's an adult show. It's not a it's not a. Yeah. The nine eleven like the British very raunchy people. Don. Absolutely. It's got it's. But I'm telling you is become a it has helped net flicks incredibly and Netflix doesn't need the help. But it has become a worldwide smash hit Mike, you're right on the money. Wait when they raise their prices. I don't get in blank, Dan. I get so much just. The net. Flex went up a lot yesterday, and they have earnings tomorrow. Netflix. Announced yesterday raising their prices, and no one blinks when they raise their prices now, which is very very very smart on their. That's how good their products. They've done a great job. They really have. As as the down patriots, shameless and warned the weather's all obviously, it's going to be a very physical team a physical game. What do you think the edge with that pets? Veteran quarterback offensive line. I think pats because a couple of things veteran line veteran quarterback. Just more players Bill to the bell check way, which is bigger is better. I just think they're more built to be versatile in their approach. I think the chiefs have to be explosive and those games play against a game like that with those elements plays against being explosive. So I would think. I might be wrong about this. But I would think that the elements would affect Mahomes and hill more than would some of the patriot players if I was looking for more explosive players I'd say the Kansas City if I'm looking for more, greedy players. I would think they're probably New England. Now, maybe I'll be proved wrong about that. Because I don't have any resume of those guys in the snow to give you I do for New England. I don't I don't for their spell. Check about it. And Belzec said we're not playing the cold play playing the chiefs typical Jack, right? Perfect answer. Right. We're not playing the cold. We're playing the chiefs difficult. This is perfect. Exactly, right. To think about the cold now playing the chiefs. Thank you. We don't think about the cold. Simple is better and smarter. Listen, whether you like him or not he's not the greatest coach of all time bodies record, stand alone. He might be.

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