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Israel Reportedly Ready to Strike Iran in a Year

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:51 sec | 4 hrs ago

Israel Reportedly Ready to Strike Iran in a Year

"Let's go to the news. It is going on, which is the announcement that Iran is expected back at the partying table, which is the worst possible announcement because that means team Biden is ready to cave. Well, if it's based on a remark made by a deputy minister, I don't know how much grief that you can lend to that. But we have to be prepared for everything. I think it's more importantly that it is ray leaders have been around the world today. Prime minister Bennet is in Switzerland and the message is always that Israel can not coexist with Iran that has a threshold capacity and is relaxed. Now, the Israeli press has been putting out a notices from the IDF, saying that there's now intensive training. So the Israel will be ready to strike within one year. Within one year, I'm not closer we have one year. Thank you. I think that's being very optimistic and, you know, I wonder what the purpose of those reports

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Biden Lays Into Trump Repeatedly While Campaigning for Terry McAuliffe in Virginia

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:03 min | 5 hrs ago

Biden Lays Into Trump Repeatedly While Campaigning for Terry McAuliffe in Virginia

"The problem is talking points can be a challenge even for the commander in chief. In fact, we're taking a page from cherry's book on his governor and when he'd be governor next time, we're emerging from this pandemic. We want to expand pre-K for three and four year olds, millions of free care goose. Oh boy. Oh, boy. You want translate? 'cause I don't know what he said. I do know that he said Donald Trump a lot. In fact, I heard that the number was 17. It was actually higher than that. So here was the message. Here's what he got. He got the memo. Mister president, you're going to go to Virginia, and you're going to campaign for Terry mcauliffe. And you've got to mention Donald Trump a lot. Because we want to scare Virginia voters. And Joe Biden said, after he took another bite from his tapioca pudding, I can do that. I ran against Donald Trump. And Terry is running against an acolyte of Donald Trump. Donald Trump. Donald Trump? No, he doesn't want to talk about Trump anymore. Well, I do. Donald Trump or Trump? Why Trump? Trump did the Donald Trump is. To Donald Trump to Trump former president Trump. He endorses Donald Trump. Donald Trump Donald Trump. I love this one. Trump and Donald Trump to Donald Trump. How Donald Trump loyalty to Trump and with Trump? Wow. Yep, he got the memo. There aren't they so smug. Aren't they so sanctimonious? They think they've successfully convinced America. The Donald Trump was this catastrophe. While the house is on fire all around us,

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Teen pop star Olivia Rodrigo leads AMA nominees in her debut

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 7 hrs ago

Teen pop star Olivia Rodrigo leads AMA nominees in her debut

"A living abroad Rego is the lead nominee for the American music awards I margins are a letter with the latest livia rodrico has seven nominations for the AMA's including artist of the year and new artist of the year the other artist of the year nominees are the weekends BTS Arianna Grande Drake and Taylor swift no top smoke is a notable nominees for three awards he died last year another notable Morgan Wallen with two country nominations Wallen was caught on video earlier this year using a racial slur the show's producers say that his nominations are based on Billboard charts but well and will not be included in the award show on November twenty first

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Who Is Curtis Sliwa? A Look at the GOP Mayoral Candidate’s Wild Ride in New York

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:25 min | 8 hrs ago

Who Is Curtis Sliwa? A Look at the GOP Mayoral Candidate’s Wild Ride in New York

"I grew up in New York City. I was born in Queens. I was in there into the 70s. We got out in the 70s, moved up the Danbury, Connecticut because the crime, the deterioration was unbelievable and we watched the New York news every night. It was unbelievable. We had mayor beam. We had it was just like a nightmare. And into this nightmare, steps a young guy named Curtis Lee tell the story Curtis. It was a night manager at McDonald's in The Bronx. The Bronx was burning down at the time and in the 70s alone a million people fled from New York City. The biggest exit is a population ever. And rightfully so, gangs arson property values plummeting quality of life dismal. So I decided, hey, you know, something they've removed the transit police from the subways at night because we were on the brink of a fiscal collapse. So they were laying off a lot of civil servants. I said, oh, I'll start patrolling with a group of my closes at that McDonald's. We will call the burger boys. And we started to patrol this one particularly train the number four train, which had been nicknamed by the right as the muggers expressed. I thought I get the congressional Medal of Honor. Eric, I couldn't have been more hopelessly wrong. The mayor at that time, Ed Koch vilified us, called us vigilante, said we were the hell's angels. The police unions were upset. They didn't want us there, because they figured their furloughed employees would never be brought back. And so within the first 13 years until Rudy Giuliani got elected mayor. I got arrested 76 times. I got wooden shampoos, concrete facials, attitude, no readjustments. It was whenever you elected or in a changed all that. I always gotta stop you because nobody knows what you just said. And it's the funniest stuff I've ever heard. You said you got wooden shampoos. You're talking about Billy clubs across the head from cops. Yes. Yes. And then concrete facials where the cop would say, Curtis, you see the curb down there as I was handcuffed. I said, yes, Sarge. And then you go, good. We're gonna have your forehead meet the curb bang. And you get a big lump in the front of your

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Curtis Silwa: The New York Mayoral Candidate Who's Actually From New York

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:38 min | 8 hrs ago

Curtis Silwa: The New York Mayoral Candidate Who's Actually From New York

"You are the ultimate New Yorker, okay? All of us had problems with with Ed Koch. You had real problems with that Koch. But he was in New Yorker. You didn't get the impression that, you know, he kind of took the train down from Cambridge, Massachusetts. He sounded like a New Yorker. You have been in New York, your whole life. Tell us a little bit about your biography for people are just tuning in because I want people to know you who you are. I came out of a blue collar working class background in canarsie Brooklyn. My father, merchant seaman Chester for 55 years and my mother, Francesca raised both myself and my two sisters who are directly involved in my campaign to become mayor. But if we look at it, my father when he would return from being offshore for 8 months of the year, we would go down in the 1960s to an area called the boundary. Right now in Manhattan, you would have to take a reverse mortgage just to get parking space down there. Never mind living space. But back then it was where auditions and the flop houses were. What's called the derelict bombs they referred to them. And my father knew some of these men. Because he had previously been seaman with him. And he said to me, there by the grace of God go you Curtis, at any moment, this could happen to any one of us. I need to have conversation with these men. And I understood that that early age you had to be caring and compassionate. And so that's what I've done for 42 years as leader of the guardian angel. It's not just in New York City, but around the

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Curtis Sliwa Makes His Bid for NYC Mayor

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:48 min | 8 hrs ago

Curtis Sliwa Makes His Bid for NYC Mayor

"Courtesy, welcome. Oh, my pleasure to join you again last time. Remember, I was on a city bike outside a prospect park. I don't believe, I don't believe you remember that. You have been so busy running for mayor. Let's frame this, okay? Because most people listen to the program. Don't live in New York, right? So number one, I want to ask you, how do you see this race shaping up? De Blasio was a full out, I mean, he's like a Biden wannabe. He is a total communist. I mean, we're not even joking, right? He's as bad as you can imagine. I've seen the city change in a few years like I never dreamt. It could change. The crime, the graffiti, the street people on the upper west side. I mean, it's an unbelievable deterioration. Number one. Number two, now you are running against Eric Adams, talk about the race as it stands now. Well, all you had to do was listen to Eric Adams on that debate stage last night and towards the end, we were asked by the moderator to give a letter grade to Bill de Blasio. Harry Adams said, B plus and that made my entire point that if the voters in New York City vote for Eric Adams did not Kurdish sleeve, you're gonna get four more years of de Blasio. What drug induced psychosis was Eric Adams in to give him a B plus. That is the ultimate in social promotion. I gave him an F and I said, I can't wait to this guy leaves New York City, goes back to Cambridge. He'll probably be an adjunct professor and ruin a whole new generation of poli sci students at

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US economy slowed to a 2% rate last quarter in face of COVID

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 8 hrs ago

US economy slowed to a 2% rate last quarter in face of COVID

"Rising coated nineteen cases and supply shortages led to an economic slowdown last quarter it was the weakest quarterly growth since the pandemic recession started last year the economy slowed to a two percent annual rate between July and September after six plus percent rates the previous two quarters but with virus cases now dropping and more Americans venturing out many economists predict a return to six percent growth or even better this quarter meantime jobless benefit claims fell to a pandemic low last week Sager made Connie Washington

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Change Your Voicemail (MM #3872)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 hrs ago

Change Your Voicemail (MM #3872)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, if you've been online anytime in the last few days, you've probably seen the stories on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, even TikTok, telling you that if you're lost somewhere out on a hike, you should change your voicemail to give your coordinates just in case your battery goes dead and it'll help you be found. Of course, that's misinformation. A Colorado search and rescue team has responded to this viral social media post and says, don't do that at all. If you're lost somewhere in the back country, you're probably not going to have cell phone service anyway. So you're not going to be able to change your voicemail message. What you should do is try to text 9-1-1, texting uses less battery life as well as a better chance of getting that to go through via the cell when you're in a non service area. If you're out and about and you are doing some hiking and somewhere and get lost or get stranded or something happens, use text messages, turn off all your other apps and keep your cell phone warm to conserve battery life. It's kind of scary to think about these things, but with what's been going on in our world over the course of the last few years. It's always good to be safe better than sorry.

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Change Your Voicemail (MM #3872)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 hrs ago

Change Your Voicemail (MM #3872)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, if you've been online anytime in the last few days, you've probably seen the stories on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, even TikTok, telling you that if you're lost somewhere out on a hike, you should change your voicemail to give your coordinates just in case your battery goes dead and it'll help you be found. Of course, that's misinformation. A Colorado search and rescue team has responded to this viral social media post and says, don't do that at all. If you're lost somewhere in the back country, you're probably not going to have cell phone service anyway. So you're not going to be able to change your voicemail message. What you should do is try to text 9-1-1, texting uses less battery life as well as a better chance of getting that to go through via the cell when you're in a non service area. If you're out and about and you are doing some hiking and somewhere and get lost or get stranded or something happens, use text messages, turn off all your other apps and keep your cell phone warm to conserve battery life. It's kind of scary to think about these things, but with what's been going on in our world over the course of the last few years. It's always good to be safe better than sorry.

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Starbucks raising US workers' pay as union effort looms

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 21 hrs ago

Starbucks raising US workers' pay as union effort looms

"Starbucks workers around the country are getting a pay raise and measures to improve working conditions the pay scale is perking up four per resistors and other Starbucks workers the coffee company says everyone will make at least fifteen dollars an hour by next summer some up to twenty three dollars an hour those who've been with the company two years or more will also get a pay raise and bonuses are being offered if they get their friends to sign up for jobs Starbucks says it's also looking for ways to streamline prep areas to make the work easier and considering more flexible schedules these changes come as some workers in buffalo New York are trying to unionize which is something Starbucks opposes I'm Jackie Quinn

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Is Fairfax County Now Inviting Students to Openly Share Their Sexual Encounters?

Mark Levin

01:18 min | 21 hrs ago

Is Fairfax County Now Inviting Students to Openly Share Their Sexual Encounters?

"So just kind of go back to what the school board conversation is about those books and being appropriate in a high school as the one council member said is that acceptable speech for those high schools as well for students to kind of walk around and talk about their different encounters with other people in front of teachers and kind of say those words were made that are coming from that book because I remember back in my high school days or even my children now that would lead to suspensions or detentions or definitely maybe in the office with them So you know I think you bring up a good point Eric that what was once considered taboo is now the talk of the town Now I mentioned earlier that I went to North African high school and I remember some years ago that one of the teachers there became mister so and so it became misses so and so and it was a huge deal It was like wow this was probably going back ten years But you're right Times are a change in And I get that and I'm not necessarily you know I'm not thrilled about it I mean part of what I do in life is a traditionalist as a conservative is to try and hold on to yesteryear and the values and traditions that were alive and well when I was coming up But you're right when you were in school 20 years ago this just wasn't the

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Kentucky High School Male Students Dressed in Lingerie, Gave Staff Lap Dances

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 21 hrs ago

Kentucky High School Male Students Dressed in Lingerie, Gave Staff Lap Dances

"Go Breaking investigation underway after Kentucky high school hosts a drag queen pageant featuring male teens in lingerie giving lap dances to staff Now look I'm not gonna sit here and pretend that when I was in high school some of the football players for Halloween didn't dress up like cheerleaders They did and it was funny And I got it I appreciated the humor This seems to have some of that element but I could never in a million years And I went to north Bergen high school go bruins And I could not imagine mister bot mister wolf all the rest of those guys these are big buff dudes Doing what's in this picture And I'll tweak this out so you could see it At rich valdes on the social media But these guys are clapping while these kids are in their underwear giving them lap dances massaging their abdomens These are students to teachers Now I've got to tell you I have a high school junior If she were to do this to a gym teacher we'd have a huge problem So what's the difference if it's a boy doing it dressed as a girl And we've already seen what happens with boys dressed as girls in Virginia I mean these things are crazy but listen to this This is from today from 6 o'clock I printed it at 6 o'clock Custom made blah blah blah it's an ad Investigations underway after photos surfaced on social media depicting a homecoming event at a Kentucky high school where male students partook in a man pageant The male students seen in photos taken at hazard school's homecoming week festivities on Tuesday were scant clothing including women's lingerie and gave staff members lack dances in the gymnasium occur according to the courier

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Fairfax County Mother Outraged Children Are Reading Sexually Explicit Books

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 21 hrs ago

Fairfax County Mother Outraged Children Are Reading Sexually Explicit Books

"What I want to talk about now is how this mom went into the fairfax county school board meeting not yesterday is about three weeks ago Somebody sent this to me on Instagram and I didn't get a chance to look at it right away And I was blown away by this Even though I rarely get blown away by a lot of things but this is one of those things where I said wow this needs more attention because ultimately that's how it starts They seep in everywhere whether they're seeping in the military or they're seeping in in the public classroom I want you to listen to this mom check this out After seeing a September 9th school board meeting in Texas on pornography in the schools I decided to check the titles at my child's school fairfax high school The books were available and we checked them out Both of these books include pedophilia Sex between men and boys Both books describe different acts one book describes a fourth grade boy performing oral sex on an adult male The other book has detailed illustrations of a man having sex with a boy The illustrations include fellatio sex toys masturbation and violent nudity Kind of feel you here From the author Myo kebab Quote I can't wait to have your I am going to give you your life And then I want from the author Jonathan Edison What if I told you I touched another guy's what if I told you I was ten years old But it's true I don't know The real estate guy and mine too

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The American Marxist Tried Destroying Our Military

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 21 hrs ago

The American Marxist Tried Destroying Our Military

"You see the American Marxist as Levin has appropriately coined they get into every aspect There are American marxists in the government And yeah we elected one in 2008 And dealt with it for a long time and we're still dealing with it His grandfather's elected and he still kicking our butts But this is the problem They've always wanted to destroy the military What happened when Trump came in First thing he had to do is put a ton of money into rebuilding the military Obama destroyed I mean it comes as no surprise to anybody I think When I've seen Facebook threads on my personal account not even the radio stuff Where you know a woman that I know woman of color bipoc as they say black indigenous person of color Was going at it She's a retired sergeant probably subscribes to woke ism She was having an argument with an active duty lieutenant Who was also by pocket claiming that he was gay And he was taking the position that you know what Our military is being hindered by people that joined the United States Army Just to have a sex change during the Obama years And that's why Trump took a lot of heat for that

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Father Frank Pavone Reflects on President Trump's Commitment to Protecting Life in the Womb

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:05 min | 23 hrs ago

Father Frank Pavone Reflects on President Trump's Commitment to Protecting Life in the Womb

"He is the director of priests for life, father Frank pavone, welcome in studio. Oh, boy, it's a joy to be here, Seth. Thank you so much. I want to introduce everyone who doesn't know who you are or what your organization does, who's maybe tuned in for the first time to understand all the work that you've done and you're doing every single day. We'll get to you the man that momentarily, but let's just roll with that cut. What does it mean to you? What does it mean to America? What does it mean to the Christian world to have an incumbent president address the march for life? You know, Seb, we dreamt about this back. I remember going to the march for life and my one my first one was the third one, 1976. And you were like two years old. But you know, I remember you through the Reagan years, you know, he would call in by phone and NSA, Nelly gray and the marchers, how you doing? And we would stand there literally saying, hey, The White House isn't far from here. Can you imagine if the president came? And like for decades, that was like our dream. What it does is it gives a new level of legitimate. I mean, the movement is legitimate. It stands on its own, obviously. But for a president to be there, says to America this movement has come far. It has come far, it has an impact and it's shaping the nation. And we were also encouraged. As a matter of fact, let me back up and just say, you know, president Donald Trump, of course, you were privileged to work for him. I served on his advisory commissions, both both campaigns, and in the second one, I was the national co chair of what he called pro life voices for Trump. I was so proud to do that. And I was told during the first campaign if he's elected, he'll do everything that passed pro life presidents have done and more. And those words and more echoed through my mind during all the four years of his presidency because he proved them true every

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FDA requires stronger warnings about breast implant risks

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 23 hrs ago

FDA requires stronger warnings about breast implant risks

"The food and drug administration is setting stronger safety warnings for breast implants the message is aimed mostly at the makers of implants they are being required to add a boxed warning message to patients detailing potential risks and complications roughly four hundred thousand people get implants each year also plastic surgeons and other health professionals who work with the implants must give patients a checklist detailing possible side effects and explaining they should not be considered lifelong devices doctors are required to sign that document the FDA and regulators have grappled with the link between a rare cancer and a type of textured implant some have blamed their implants for other health problems including

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Why Do We Need to Be Vaccinating Children?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 1 d ago

Why Do We Need to Be Vaccinating Children?

"Why do we need to be vaccinating children? Our children at a considerable risk of dying from the Fauci virus. Our children at a considerable risk, absent other daily activities, from dying from the virus. The CDC's own data, which has been published, shows that children one to four year olds per 100,000 deaths the most common death is drowning. At 2.8 per 100,000. Then vehicle accidents at 2.3 per 100,000. Homicide, 2.2 per 100,000. Cancer, two per 100,000. Cardiovascular disease, one death per 100,000. Flu and pneumonia, .8 deaths per 100,000. And that's annual deaths among children per 100,000. I'm not exactly sure how they tabulate this, but the numbers themselves of what actually that the most at risk for is very, very helpful. A child is four times more likely ages one to four to die from the Fauci virus to die from flu pneumonia than from the Fauci virus. Four times more likely. And that's the CDC's own data. .2 for COVID. How about children 5 to 14 years old? Is there a massive risk of children 5 to 14 years old? Such a massive risk that we now need to forcibly inoculate children using either Pfizer Johnson & Johnson Moderna vaccine. With side effects that are growing and questions that are increasing. What's the number one cause of death for children ages 5 to 14? Answer cancer. The next cause of death? Vehicle accidents. So if a school is going to be consistent, if the school is going to start mandating vaccines, if the state of California is going to be consistent and start mandating vaccines, they need to say young children ages 5 to 14 are not allowed to ride in cars anymore. If it's all about safety, it's the fair thing

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Retail trade group: holiday sales could break new records

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Retail trade group: holiday sales could break new records

"Retailers are sounding excited about the coming holiday season the head of the national retail federation says there's considerable momentum heading into the holiday shopping season the nation's largest retail group predicts sales for November and December will grow between eight and a half and ten and a half percent to as much as eight hundred and fifty nine billion dollars that would shatter last year's record breaking season when shoppers lockdown during the early part of the pandemic splurged mostly online twenty twenties holiday sales were up eight point two percent over twenty nineteen that compares with an average gain of four point four percent over the past five years the holiday sales numbers exclude auto dealers gas stations and restaurants I'm Ben Thomas

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"few years ago" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:02 min | 4 months ago

"few years ago" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The same song, The Magnum P. I just hold on and enjoy the ride. Maybe let's go crystal hammers eyes just just they slowly shot to someone Look comes over her face. Every time the kids are gone, and this starts, this sound emanates from the bedroom and she's in the kitchen. I'm going to see crystals, head go down, and I'm trying to time everything out. Big big sigh comes under. Uh, no. Oh, just like you did fly like an eagle. That's on like an eight hour loop. I would need two minutes of it, but it's on an eight hour loop. Uh, did you see the E The store, uh, in the UK that didn't have a pride flag. It's pregnant. Gay pride, right? Right. And so, um, stores are showing their Um, support for gay pride by putting rainbow flags outside their store. And, um, this this place in the UK Well, they didn't have a pride flag. No, no, but they wanted to participate, but they didn't have a pride flag didn't know where they could buy one. So they took a twister mat. And they put that up there. Flagpole. So do they get an A for effort here like absolute A plus for effort? Because if you're somebody in the gay community, do you see a flying twister flag and go? You're mocking us or okay, At least you're trying or the third option is the hell are they flying a twisted flag like it wouldn't even If I was gay, I don't know that it even occurred to me that they were trying to to support gay pride month. It wouldn't even it wouldn't even coming. Enter into my mind. Wow, this this place really must love to play Twister when people get drunk here, But I say certainly Hammer an A for effort. When was the last time you played a heated round of Twister? With my kids a few years ago, we.

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"few years ago" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:56 min | 11 months ago

"few years ago" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Size is from a few years ago. Yeah, And they the maverick. Um I forgot what I was gonna say. Based on the Bronco sport. The chance the chance the Bronco sport. All right, let's take a quick break. You're listening to the under the hood show. It is time to talk about one of our partners O'Reilly Auto parts, Russ, What have you guys been seeing in the shop that you got help from O'Reilly. Oh, my gosh. So many brake lines failing so many I mean, we've had, like last week. We had like three sets. All different ages of cars because the salt and that sodium calcium chloride group mix there. Spraying on roads is starting to eat these things away. Well, I'm kind of getting tired of bending my own brake lines. It can be done you can. It's kind of an art. It's kind of satisfying, but I called up our friends over to Reilly Auto parts last week and said, Do you have a brake line? You know? Can I get a break line for this? And they said brake line, we can get you a whole kit that comes with all the lines. You need. No it really So they sent it over to me. I had it like almost instantly. The way it would have been faster so they could've just faxed the part to me. They were there quick, guys. They're friendly and helpful. Got the car back on the road. Very affordably O'Reilly. Auto parts better parts better prices every day. Have you noticed your car is using Maura oil than it used to? Do you notice a little extra smoke coming out of the tailpipe. This could be caused by normal daily driving of your car. Just his brother's oil treatment reduces exhaust, smoke and oil burning due to excessive engine where and it helps your engine run, smoother, cooler and quieter. It also helps to restore loss compression and protect against oil. Oxidation. Help your car and the environment. Try a can of Justice Brothers oil treatment today, Check out justice brothers dot com. The under The hood show is recorded live from 9 to 11 A.m. Thursday mornings, the phone number to reach us his 8665944150..

"few years ago" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"few years ago" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Play? I'm ready. Let's do it. Here is your first quote. Person. Woman man camera TV. Those words might be the ones inscribed in marble above the door of the future Presidential library devoted To whom? Oh, um Trump, right? Yes, It is. In fact, Donald Trump convoluted, But you got there. A few years ago, The president took a test given to people suspected of having dementia, and he Taste it now to give you a sense for what That test is. One of the questions is to look at a picture of an elephant and say what it is, which is fine, You know, it's good to know our president Comptel an elephant, apart from a crocodile that comes up a lot and bilateral trade talks with a Richard Scary picture book through this test also required him to draw a clock. And we imagined the doctor's saying No, No, Mr President. We said clock and draw not show. Exactly Also, like why did he say those five words? Because if all I ever see in that test Is those pictures and beneath that it's not those five. Right? So he's been. He's been bragging about this test for a long time. And when he was talking to Chris Wallace on Fox News, Chris possible. It's really not that hard. So now he's got it's hard. So his latest Fox News interview he went on for about two minutes. Describing how difficult this was they make you say five words in a row and then a short while later make you remember them. And you don't have to say them in order, right? Well, he says that if you say them in order to get a certain number, you get extra points, right? We actually asked the doctor if that was true. If on this very standard test, you get extra points if you say them again in order And she said, and I quote her in full. No, it seems like if you leave a dimension test bragging about all the extra points you got in your dimension test. You have dementia. And now the reason I should say that he keeps going on about this test is that he says it proves he's brilliant. And he says Joe Biden could never pass this test. No way, And he's right. Because no way Biden could be limited to just five words like thirst in a man. I met a man in a factory and he said to me, Joe They called him belly button. I don't know. What can he do that on that old art art school test that used to be on TV. We had to send in a drawing of a turtle. Yeah, Yeah, I think we should try to draw a turtle. And then he could just go to art school like Hitler. All right, Let's move on to your next quote. Don't shoot your mother That was a chant aimed at federal troops who are now Patrolling the streets of what city? Portland. Yes, Portland, Oregon. It's under seized by anonymous federal troops with military gear and Portlanders did what any of us would do in that situation. They called their mom. Portlanders don't like being seized and shoved into unmarked vans. They prefer to be kidnapped in Mohr environmentally friendly petty caps. So enter the wall of Mom's a group of middle aged women in bicycle helmets who are locking arms and taking on the riot police. Oh, the mom's air here. They are mad. Well as they put it there, not mad. They're just disappointed chance things like respect the Constitution and speaking of that it's not too late to go to law school. You know what I will say It was very interesting because I've been deported on multiple times and to be anywhere that has more black lives matter. Signs and black people is always suspicious. But when I saw that the city was like I was like, Oh, could I realize there's no black people arrested shoot at they? I thought they were being like to try to paddle, but they're just like shooting at white Mom's very confusing. That naked in the street? Oh, yeah. The anonymous Athena. This is a woman who walked up to the riot police. The federal troops. Whatever they are, we don't really know. But stark naked. And sort of sat down and I don't know how to say this showed her glory regaled. She spread eagle. Yeah, I don't know if that's helpful. I think they were just like all right, man. I mean, I don't know why you would want the street to give you a pelvic exam. But haven't you ever heard of a street map? It would be a bummer of you if you had thought. Like 40 of your girlfriends were all like, Yeah, we're going to do it. Tio there like you got down there eyes. That's what you don't see in that picture is her turning around going. Okay, ladies, we're all here and now everybody take your she could have caught sitting on the ground like that in Portland was you got organics? Alright, Shelby, we have one more quote for you. It is from a woman looking back after four months of lock down. I don't think I'll use them until the actual end time. So what are Americans not using? As much as they thought they would back when all this started? You can't get ahead. Yeah, it's kind of the magical fruit, The more you eat or that the less you know, I guess the less you owe hand bean Yes, Beings. Thiss week, NPR's all things considered reported. That after months of lock down, many Americans are now experiencing bean buyer's remorse. A CZ they realized they did not actually need all the beans. They hoarded back in March. All those Toti knows pizza rolls, though gone by April. One company reported a 70% increase in bean sales back in March, along with harmonicas and sticks and Bendel's. Maybe it was we realized gorging on beans was not a wise thing to do when we were locked inside with their loved ones that did not want to give them any more reasons to hate us. Did you guys did you guys do this? Did you guys run out and buy all the beans you could cause you thought you'd end up Surviving on them were the first like three weeks of the quarantine. I was on the Daniel fast, so it's eyes. Old Testament biblical fast and basically, the only things you can eat. Our vegetables. And you could only drink water. Is that sound like a pandemic friendly diet? Did you ever find yourself searching through the old Testament?.

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"few years ago" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

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05:07 min | 1 year ago

"few years ago" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Stay 2020 in the greatest country in the world. It takes a very special occasion. It takes either a met no hitter. A met no hitter or something else for you to join me on a Saturday, especially nobody go, especially on the fourth of July with something else's. You know, Joan, you know, I really need you to do a couple hours on the fourth. That's that's that's too special. When was the last grade? When was the last time if ever you are I did a show on the Fourth of July. I know if I ever did know this could be a first. I don't think we have done this your first. It's not, you know. Look, I mean, My feeling is this. I'm off the rest of week. So that's nine. It's only two hours. I'm heading to the golf course at 12 50 for going over the Blue Hills. They want a J and Mike and everybody and you know, Fourth of July. As you said, the greatest country in the world, and, you know, I think there's a lot of people in this country that don't don't realize that I don't think that But there is unquestionably that is the case and happy. What is it? 244 years now for 4 to 44 I didn't even realize this, But I was reading the other day when they officially canceled the All Star game, which I know you're just devastated about devastation level is unbelievable that l. A was supposed to have the All Star game this year. They're now gonna have it in 2022 Atlanta has it in 2021. But they've already planned out 2026 because that's the 250th birthday of the United States of America. So of course it's going to be in the great city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. So, yes, two fifties and Philly And that's coming up in 2026 was interesting. You've actually brought this up a lot over the last few months is we've dreamt about baseball in sports coming back about the lack of crowds. I think you even asked her boot about it yesterday. Zach Britton was reading his comments yesterday because he did one of those new meetings. Now That's how you have a press conference he doing meeting with all the reporters indeed, and it was really interesting what he was saying about the lack of crowd about how he thinks. It's really going to be on the players to quote self motivate themselves because they are so used to playing in front of big crowds, and Zach mentioned he was on the Baltimore Orioles during their one game was only one game where they played without a crowd. Down in Baltimore a few years ago, and he said, Boy, you wish she never had to do it again. And obviously the reality is most of these games, if not all going to play without crowds, But I thought it was interesting about the whole self motivation thing and how big of a deal this really is that it may be a big deal, especially to the emotional players who Kind of thrive off hearing the crowd. Maybe that to strike chant that you here, obviously started with Ron did re back in the day, but that to strike can't get at Yankee Stadium or Citi field and how that's gonna impact players. I've always assumed Joe that with football and with basketball and a little bit with hockey, it was always going to be a bigger difference than baseball. But you know Zach Britton's been there a while and he thinks it's going to be a big change for these guys to think there were certain places. Where that's the case. I mean, I think Yankee Stadium clearly, I think it's going to be very strange Toe Watch a Yankee game with no fans of this stadium and especially for the Yankee players. I think that's going to be a very, very different type thing. No roll call, You know all these things that have become, you know, Ah, tradition really at a Yankee game, Yankee Stadium site. I think there's something to that. You know, I think there's some of the ballparks around a country. We're going to see that. You know, I really though, so I don't know that everywhere hunting Baltimore where, you know to get Zach Britton also feel to say that you know, sometimes there was 5000 people in the building. And that is true. You know, at Camden Yards, but But nevertheless, I mean, I think you're going to see that I think there's gonna be certain places where you know you're going to really notice the crowd not being there. Yeah, it's it's interesting As a fan. It's very different than when you're on the field playing. But most of the time at a baseball game, there's 15,000 people there, and usually the crowd is not electric Rhino. Baseball is It's a slow moving cold. The cold the Wednesday night May at Citi Field. It's not about you know the deal. Yeah, No, I know who knows Better than you. I know what would you know what I'll say. As somebody that's experienced a ton of cold April days at Citi Field, but I've also experienced Actually, I wouldn't say a lot, but a few of cold. No April days in Baltimore from the time I live down there, and I used to go to games on the basis, Of course, there's a difference between Shea Stadium Citi Field in the middle of April with 10,000 people and Baltimore with 10,000 people. Crowd gets loud in New York like even when there were 12,000 people that I remember Bob Murphy used to say that That you know, on a night even when the Mets weren't great, honestly, and I was actually watching the game from when the Mets were great last night, but that's another story that the crowd would get. Wow. They be excited. Even if there was only 12,000 people there. You look at a lot of other stadiums across the country. It's not that way. It's very dead. I mean, you go down to Miami if the Marlins or raise aren't playing the Yankees or the Mets, you know, even with 10 12,000 people there, there's not that much energy..

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"few years ago" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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04:17 min | 1 year ago

"few years ago" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You know a few years ago yeah maybe even a Ferguson which looked like it was much more of an African American I think it's important that that data white people understand that that that it's important that they change you know and I think that that's that's what we're seeing it and I I think that change is not easy you know and and I think that that it's it's just not easy and so it's important that that you know it's it's a multiracial movement and that you know we start talking a little bit more about racism and the way people really talk to each other about race because I think that that's something that that I think has not been done so ask about Tulsa before before I let you go you're making this documentary about the Tulsa race massacre called terror and Tulsa what can you say about it now I think you you know it's probably good that that so glad to be involved in it's with Russell Westbrook he's been living here in in in Oklahoma playing basketball with a real lover of Oklahoma's really loves their you know Greenwood it was it was a black part of Tulsa and you know what black people went from from all over the country to to kind of find freedom and dignity in the in the west and and they went out there and perform their own community green what would your very very successful you know it had stores and beauty shops and barber shops you know everything it was a completely self contained community and you know one day and massive a violent act against it the place was burned down you know shower over a thousand homes were were burned down hundreds of people were killed it's probably the largest race massacre in the history of this country and while working on a four part series about that massacre but also talk about the for the community is today they're still looking for the mass graves where the bodies were black people were buried and and so it it's a film that that folks about the present and the past and it's an incredible story it's one of those stories that's that's very criminal it's kind of a mess in the African American community the American community I very much like the black Panthers and one of things we wanted to really bring the fact of life the president decide to move his rally to the day after Juneteenth but it's still happening in Tulsa just a couple weeks after the anniversary of the massacre you know as of today the tell city under told newspaper in the Tulsa top health official has asked them to cancel the event what do you think about the president's decision mmhm I think it's crazy I mean I've been in so many ways I think it's crazy to have to do with it in California which has historical significance for motorcycles and not good for the black people I think you know to the then all those people together he has you know his people signing waivers mmhm you know because they're not gonna wear masks and you know it it's it's yeah ultimate the way that you should not have had I have couple get together you know indoors they're all crowded together all yelling and screaming without mascot and what could be worse but you know it's a it's all part of us for the for the spectacle that that is is going on in this country with with this president that I think is just you know so strained and and and so insulting because so many people in dangerous you know we've we've had over a hundred over a hundred thousand people die the virus more than any place in the world and to to to do this you know what what message does it send about virus what message does it send about you know any kind of caring about the African American community my guess is been doctrine a filmmaker Stanley Nelson the black Panthers is now streaming on PBS through July fourth Stanley thank you so much for making time for us today thank you so much.

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710 WOR

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"few years ago" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Few years ago and recently stood by his stance that protests should not quote disrespect the flag in a video interview after receiving criticism from several athletes including some black teammates breeze issued a lengthy apology the next day trump said that breeze shouldn't have felt the need to apologize but the saints quarterback replied on Instagram quote through my ongoing conversations with friends teammates and leaders in the black community I realize this is not an issue about the American flag it never has been we can no longer use the flag to turn people away or distract them from the real issues that face our black communities W. O. R. weather channel forecast clear skies lows low sixties still breezy on Sunday a lot sunshine but cooler pleasant highs low to mid seventies were touch warm Monday lot sun highs mid to upper seventies and sunny Tuesday a bit more muggy highs mid eighties turning mostly cloudy chance showers late Wednesday with highs low eighties I mean girls Tabor seventy eight degrees in tribeca it's ten oh six thanks news at eleven breaking news at once start your day with Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning weekday six till ten I'm a show Kaballah on seven ten W. O. R. and N. B. C. news radio station now back to the master of Sean Hannity and if you last night's victims an NYPD officer who police say was targeted in a hit and run he's in a serious but stable condition and in buffalo a suspect is in custody this.

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"few years ago" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

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12:28 min | 1 year ago

"few years ago" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Coast to coast Jim al Khalili back with us was with me a few years ago his new book is called the world according to phys CZ quantum physicists author broadcaster based at the university of Surrey in England he received his doctorate in theoretical nuclear physics in nineteen eighty nine and has published more than a hundred research papers on the subject he is very well known presenter of television and radio in Britain recipient of the Royal Society of London's Michael Faraday put price we talk about the Faraday cage a lot of this program and the institute of physics Kalban metal in two thousand sixteen he received the inaugural Stephen Hawking battle for science communication Jim why do all the bricks why are they all great physicists the deal is glad to be back I'm not sure I think maybe we just we just have a knack for it have you been very well thank you very well he has been a few years since I was off on the set are they going crazy in England to over this coronavirus oh yeah oh yeah and it's met maybe not quite as bad as continental Europe Spain France a typical family but yeah we getting that with I think I guess we'll let the states where maybe it's a week or two behind the the worst countries at the moment I am in my missing something the seasonal flu and I've said this a hundred times on this program people probably tired of hearing me say this but the worldwide already since since this was discovered in December seven thousand people died across this planet from this virus seven thousand people yes at the same time actually even less a hundred and fifty thousand people have died from the flu worldwide yeah yeah one of my missing here yeah no you're right I mean people should get the numbers of people dying from so many other things I guess it's because this is on those because it's sitting at the very start of an exponential curve so we know who we calm slow it down because we don't have a vaccine yet and we know it's just going to rise and so I suspect worldwide we Comstock millions just in the United States just in the United States guess how many people died falling out of their bed what should you not four hundred and fifty people four hundred and fifty people went to bed and they never woke up they sell out of their bed their hit their head and back to it once it's legal matters is on the floor exactly it's crazy anyways let's talk about your work the world according to phys first of all to you what is physics well it it's a way of understanding reality to me it's V. way of understanding that this is the physical universe the the world around us the stuff the matter the energy at the phenomena at the deepest level you you you drill down you get to physics you know whatever explanations you have even in a win win in other sciences biology leads to chemistry ultimately at least if it accepts the fundamental way of understanding the true nature of reality in my view what is it about physics that really in the something you enjoy I think it's and and this is why I fell in love with it you know as a teenager I think I mean I A. I. I enjoy it because I'm good at taking and not everyone is good at everything I'm I'm I'm not so good at playing the piano I'm good at it but Olson is fun it's it's common sense and it's possible solely within mysteries out there I don't follow what someone else tells me this is the explanation of the mystery I realize that using mathematics using the tools and tricks of science I consoled those mysteries so it's it's it's that it is a mystery that to be sold it's a puzzle and there are ways and means that you can use to reach out I just find that absolutely fascinating you keyed in on nuclear physics how come well that was sort of not really all right I was in my final year of my bachelor's degree undergraduate degree and one of the professors the idea that a research project with with it is a new fifty electrical nuclear physicist so he doesn't have Mexico we have mathematical modeling of that's on the nuclear arsenal nothing to do with nuclear power role or nuclear weapons just understanding the structure of the comet nucleus I did this project with him and he must have been impressed that he said would you like to stay on and do a PhD with me and it hadn't even occurred to me to do that I was at the time was about to get married I am not going to get a job up there to get a handle so going to be grown up and and this PhD opportunity was handed to me and as soon as it was off but I knew I had to say yes and my my wife to be now my wife of fifty years I'm still paying her back for the for the thanks thank you for allowing me to do what he faced I love it well tell me a little bit about this new work the world according to phys yes so this is a is a small book it's it's almost five it sort of half the solids in fifty thousand words of other books that I've written but I think it's sort of my love affair with physics what we know and how we know what we know so I I would say as an example that if one only took off we had a few physical universe gain from physics is an island and beyond its officials of of of the the the ocean of the unknown we don't know if that extends on profanity or whether we'll finally know everything that is on and is expanding all the time is on the list grows this book isn't an exploration of the on this as a lot of other popular five books are is really an exploration of the shoreline that we walking around the shoreline looking at the cutting edge of what we now know in physics maybe rolling up your field you'll you'll get the travel lake and and wading into the water wearing a little bit of the unknown what is it that we still don't know but if we on the brink of understanding hopefully so that's where it's at it's a book that brings the average reader up to speed on some of the most profound issues into the you were born in Baghdad back in nineteen sixty two and one of the characters in your book is the error of physicists it been there I look Haytham tell me about him is was is he real yes absolutely yes certainly my my mother's English my father came from from the rocky met my mother in England my studying engineering them back we I grew up in in Iraq at a time when you know life is easier was different back then was it will not help but to you well that's very much of a surprise yes I speak only I was away although it was the complete home is my mother tongue I did school in Arabic and in in history classes that would not science classes with us about some of these great medieval scholars of the of the Islamic empire you know people who invented whole finances you know like algebra and trigonometry in astronomy and then the woman in the west and so at ten ten about ten years ago I did a BBC documentary about these medieval scholars I then followed this up with the popular science book which came out in the U. S. under the title the house of wisdom and it did it was received very well in one of the main characters in it is this tenth century genius if not hate them mostly in the west he was known by the Latin version of his name as his team because a lot of it his his work his text to translate it into last seen in the European Renee phones they used his book of optics and he's one of these fantastically colorful characters because of the amount of historians write about and so we know quite a lot about his life he he figured out how to solve the the problem of the Nile in Egypt how it would be flooding and and tears of drought and he proposed what we would now have as the Aswan dam on the Nile really yeah he he proposed building a dam he told the caliph of in Cairo that he could do this and then so he might he was invited as the and failed because he realized he didn't bitten off more than he could chew so rather than apologize school at trying to make excuses he feigns madness and that statement if she's with that second probably say man that's it when you're still a young man working in the southern Iraq in the city of Basra he had a very boring clerical administrative job and he really wanted to be studying for the great work of the Greeks the Greek astronomer Ptolemy so to get out of his job he thank madness got got kicked out of his job and was supported by reading some of these texts the wonderful character box he was also a genius and he was probably the greatest physicist in the two thousand year span between Archimedes in ancient Greece and that used in the making many great big discoveries in astronomy and and analytics so yes but the hero of mine can you imagine if you live today with the kind of technology we've got available to him yeah it's it's it's it's quite incredible because he was also one of the earliest proponents of the scientific method so he'd say things like you know if you have a good idea if you have a C. real hypothesis it's no good just saying it's true believe me you have to try and test it you have to find an experiment to see if you're right so he learned things like light always travels in straight lines and have light reflects and reflect that refracts through blocks and water and so he combines theory and mathematics and experiments all the time in the way that I think didn't really happen until much later in Europe Galloway of for example so yes with modern technology he well who knows what geniuses like it might have achieved any imagine others let United to Vinci you know what if they could lift today what what could they do if Feinstein had a computer right she would have to write on the chalkboard all those numbers yeah but it looks cool doesn't it it sure did there are still mysteries of science the mysteries of modern physics here we are it's twenty twenty we've been to the moon in nineteen sixty nine we've done all these amazing things yeah we still really don't know about dark matter and dark energy how come well this is a sign that we haven't reached the end of our understanding of of the universe I mean that that there was a famous article written by Stephen Hawking in about forty years ago now the nineteen eighties when he said the end of physics is near will almost half the theory of everything or we just need to do is stop the Moscow since he's feeling that would unify all the forces of nature and of course he was wrong because we are still looking for that theory of everything and in the intervening period as you say they've been things like dark energy that have been discovered we still don't know what dark matter is made of we didn't even know who if the Big Bang with the ball don't get me on that but I'm going to ask you about that now yes so that I mean to me that's great there are still mysteries out there because you know that as I say this is one of the reasons I love physics if we had all the offices life will be more boring I'll be out of a job as well you know I I'm trying to think about this universe and I let's take god out of the equation for a moment because that's an easier answer but with god out of the picture for just this moment I'm trying to think of this universe how it was formed from nothing in I just can't get it Jim I can't get it yeah it's it's it's it's one of those lists that citizens are ideas that it seems like it is the universe expanding what is expanding into little that that exactly what's on the other side of it or something zero there are ways I think what the problem is that you have people working at the cutting edge of the foundation of physics do.

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"few years ago" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"few years ago" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Few years ago and the thing that I think about a lot when I'm listening to this song is that as I hear it and I'm I wonder if this is as you intended it but as I hear it it's kind of about this this central tragedy of being a performer which is to say that the narrator is a circus act essentially yeah you know the sweet but grotesque thing yeah and gets a pass into this world of high society or whatever it is right like gets into the world that he thinks he's going to get into VS show business and is not aware of you know the special way that he is being related to in this world that he is being seen as a as an act not as a human being I've always felt that he was slightly contemptuous of the people to whom you're spired get out to be with he says who needs money when you're funny who is if you if when or if all went funny yeah so I always thought there was that but basically you're right yeah yeah I mean it's possible that I'm actually rather than psychoanalyze in this character on my may be cycle and analyzing the author of the song wide ranging here I would I would never think that just because I had a bear and got in the next and I mean your berries Mazinger mean for folks who can't see it always been quiet god be with him today hello you've got the better of lately but it was a song I was writing for Frank Sinatra junior I have an assignment it's an easy sell the Sinatra no this one would defend but it was it was this is Susie that they they do you know they want to DO teen things with them both of the instruction so but I couldn't stand it anymore not him in the slightest but I mean the the lyrics I was writing I had to say something so there and bear and that was that was a I'm picturing you like an S. hotel suite at the four seasons Sinatra junior is there maybe the old man sit stand behind it with his arms crossed there's a grand piano in your like listen to this there bear thing I heard no without I don't think I ever played for England says Hey I got the French literature your yes dancing bear I did the other exactly as you described with his folded arms a meeting was larger really the plants and stuff yeah what did you plan I I played first of all how did you get that meeting reprieves record we're on the same label and mo Ostin who's had a brief reprieve I knew him very well you know so that was it and you know my family and stuff he said that yeah I know the family runners the but he.

"few years ago" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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02:01 min | 1 year ago

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"few years ago" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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05:46 min | 2 years ago

"few years ago" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Did a few years ago with that bishop and to write in English from church and Great Britain is an amazing theologian a tremendous man of ethics and power and ability it's also the day to go see the darkest hour with Winston Churchill starring Gary Oldman nominated for a golden globe but the golden globe for theology ought to go to professor right doctor right N. T. Wright bishop right so let's go back to the conclusion of this interview envision bright I want to conclude on a personal note your sixty four you had this prodigious output this influential output but a lot of people out there are tired and they think I think I'm gonna retire in late at it doesn't sound like you're retiring but I know there must have been times in which you were discouraged or tempted to do so what's your advice to people who are just weary and how long I paid a plan on being in ball then this kingdom built that that's that's a great question some of the for some reason that I didn't understand I seem to have been blessed with high energy levels in people sometimes comment on that and so it seems to me that much is expected of those too much is given I want to go on using the energy that I've been given to do the work that I've been given to do as long as I reasonably can I don't know whether that'll be another five years or what we will see but people of very very different some people I know some of my family just have a different metabolism to me and god doesn't Oscars to to go charging off doing stuff that were not suited for a million different levels of Thomas because the necessary in the kingdom not least prayer of mention pressure of few times this afternoon talking to and that prayer is just so important and anyone can do that whatever Sajan age thereafter and that's really the foundation of everything so we are all different and I believe in freedom I believe in vocation I believe in people thinking through what it means to be the person that god wants them to be on that that's that'll always be different but I will always be at the heart of it let me conclude with this question how do U. N. T. Wright prey on a daily basis I get up as early as I can which usually is about Saddam was five in the morning I make because of a very large part of T. eyes and follow through the Anglican older for morning Pratt only instead of the readings of sets from the old and New Testament I have my own system of readings from the the Hebrew Old Testament of the Greek New Testament so that that that isn't normally takes quite a bit of time and then on a bi prey on on a daily basis for some people on a weekly basis for others and so that is for me the how I start the day if I don't start the day like that I feel peculiar for the whole of the rest of the day and then in the evenings I use a shortened form of evening prayer before I go to bed and that doesn't usually have much in the way of sustained readings because by the time I get to that usually talk to us we should ban two right thank you so much for your generous time thanks for your work and FOR especially how god became king the forgotten story of the gospels thank you same to you and your listeners been very good talking to you thank you betcha bright and thus can close our Christmas day celebration thank you very much for listening to bishop right into me remember all of you to head out to darkest hour today if you have a tradition is the human family those of finding a Christmas movie late in the afternoon when you all have to chill I strongly recommend darkest hour because in the world darkest hour Winston Churchill had the faith to stand up to evil the kind of faith that bishop price just been talking about the courage to lead a nation lead he did now Gary Oldman is a golden globe nominee for Best Actor of the year in the darkest hour shows you why it's rated P. G. thirteen that's playing everywhere in the United States go and see it can also cut your Christmas blessing to didn't come under the tree but from an amazing year of Republican unity government isis is been defeated in Syria and Iraq they're not defeated around the world as lobbyists menace continues in many many places like Nigeria another remote parts of the world pray for the continued defeat we had a major tax cut a major tax reform bill passed this year the obamacare individual mandate an assault on freedom has been repealed that was done by the Republicans last week of course Supreme Court justice Neil Gorsuch has replaced the late great much missed Antonin Scalia thanks to the the work of the Republican Senate in addition a dozen federal appeals court judges are sitting on the circuit courts the United States were not there and not only are they there the other big liberal do away with the original intent of the constitution appointees of secretary Clinton are not there in their place at the swing of twenty four seats that's incredible the national defense authorization act which provides for cooperative strategic over all of the American military has been passed as has been a major heartache it increase and department of defense spending not enough but it's on the right direction meanwhile regulatory reforms advancing on many fronts but the EPA under the amazing leadership of Scott Pruett the waters of the United States rule is being re written so that makes sense the clean power plan has been repealed or was going to be repealed and twenty eighteen that's great the FCC has repealed net neutrality the president made incredible speeches in Saudi Arabia which she told the the leaders of Islam to tell their followers the terrorists end up with their souls eternally condemned in Poland where the president announced that the west is indeed best friend is led NATO ally to increase their defense spending the veterans administration is that legislation reforming it twenty fourteen congressional review act laws have been passed the national security team is in place and is it watch even if North Korea is a menace.

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"few years ago" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"few years ago" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

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"few years ago" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"few years ago" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A few years ago it may save a few dollars in the near term but in the long term it can be very costly and it can be lethal if we don't do those things just recently too old pipes in the Merrimack valley that belong to Columbia gas were found improperly Capt that could have been caught had a second set of expert eye's been at the scene the NTSB still investigating last year's disaster. it's three oh three and it's Friday and we have traffic and weather together the weather's looking good the traffic not so much Mike's here right now with the updated super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three good afternoon Mike good afternoon Laurie I think the better the temperatures the worse the traffic had looks like it today for ninety five south is jammed almost seven miles west furred down into little ten from an earlier crash by route to it'll take awhile for that to ease out I'm shore mass pike westbound slow going out towards Newton corner Morse brake lights out after one twenty eight is slow past four ninety five looks like he's bounced back up now route sixteen to Newton corner the expressway south just a grind from the tunnel the South Bay for not too terrible after that northbound delays furnace brook park we have passed upon it then coming up towards the tunnel three south slow going Braintree most of the way to derby street again some stop and go down past exit six in Plymouth but all cleared the Sagamore bridge over a mile on and off the Bourne bridge up to the north one twenty it's crawling northbound route nine up into Lexington winter street up into Wakefield southbound delays out of that Danvers Peabody stretch then for two twenty five down at the wall then in ninety three north at a crawl from the second bridge up through Medford miking with WBZ's traffic on the three and the forecast for tonight star let and what a moon last night we'll see that again tonight that bright yellow moon lows in the forties in land that feels like.

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"few years ago" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"few years ago" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Davis a few years ago was also happening in other areas of California now a turtle invasion the red eared slider is a popular turtle that's purchased as a patch at places like Asian markets and county fairs but then they're dumb to local waterways when their owners get tired of them KP case Rana Carter reports problem is they're forcing the shy western pond turtle out the credit Granby they don't like basking near other animals and basking is really important for turtles help them metabolizer food cleaners on the parasites and become reproductively active scientist Max Lambert at UC Berkeley says that's putting a strain on the ecosystem we got we think about the car downstream consequences for letting them go when we don't like smelly Patton more or we actually think we're doing good by releasing in the wild Greg Lambert at the Los Angeles county natural history center says the UC Davis arboretum has become a dumping ground for turtles labor calling for a ban on the sale of the red eared slider saying it could threaten the existence of native California turtles Veronica carnies ninety three point one K. F. B. K. on the one year anniversary of senator John McCain's passing his widow says the current state of politics would have left him disappointed he would be saddened by that the digression that these conversations in these debates have taken during an interview on CNN Cindy McCain went on to say that before he died from his battle with brain cancer her husband who was an outspoken critic of president trump expressed frustration at the direction of US politics now let's get you caught up on this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one K. F. U..

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"few years ago" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"few years ago" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"A few years ago where the team could win a game and they were given out free beer and everything for all these games until they wanna game. And they didn't win a game that year now to believable seasons. I mean frost ends up going to Nebraska, but Hypo steps in does a bang up job, we'll get to UCF in a little bit. Let's start Cincinnati. Because the old defensive coordinator for the buckeyes fickle did a heck of job last year and it started when they took care of business on the road against UCLA. What a run by the Cincinnati Bearcats. What can we expect from Cincinnati this year? Eleven Wednesday had last year. That was a little bit of an aberration given the fact that they had won four games back to back previous seasons. But they're still gonna be mighty good football team. Terrific job with his team. And he asserted himself defensively DNA was defensive coordinator with Ohio State in interim coach Ohio State in the elevated. Cincinnati defense improved a hundred twenty nine yards a game last football season here, bring back a pretty healthy amount of not only returning stars. But will we call in the magazine a new feature we have this year? It's called our PR that's returning production ratings rankings and ranks thirty six best in the country. So they have a lot of talent coming back. My main question, my main concern here, is that whether or not the success they had last year may come back a little bit. Oftentimes return to the door. But no back to back road game should benefit this team. All right now, we're starting of course, in the AFC Yukon radius, did a pretty nice job. The first tenure there, he left for Maryland came back, rehired by Yukon and his team's been a mess. Seventeen straight losses inside against the F, B S foes. But you know you wonder how this team would have been doing right now. If that's never booked for Maryland, because they really seem to be turning the corner. But all of a sudden team was playing catch up again. Mark. And now it's just, you know, it's beyond woeful almost like they're keeping their so they don't have to pay. Anybody else? Scratch your head. And wonder what Randy still doing on the sidelines at uconn left on a bad note. The first go round, he's come back. And he's been almost even more than one just one football.

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"few years ago" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"few years ago" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Me a few years ago about a major media company wanting to hire me to do a morning show in Los Angeles. I grew up in Arizona. I know that places a pit. So there was no way. I was taking that job until they picked me up at a limo at the airport showed me a studio that overlooked the wanna brothers back lot and stars in my eyes. I took the job. Politicians and California didn't have stars in their eyes when they legalized recreational marijuana they had dollar signs in their eyes and a dose of is, Ian, but just release state budget documents show that the California governor's office is scaling back cannabis tax revenue projections to the tune of two hundred twenty three million dollars slower than expected pot sales are punching a giant hole in California's budget. What the heck California legal pot would seem to go together like peanut butter, and well anything if you have the munchies people aren't buying California's legal weed because like everything else there. It's too expensive books. Joe? This is worth forty tops, bro. You don't feel like getting I tonight. There's nothing worse than stone or sticker shock in some California communities cannabis consumers are paying taxes that are as high as fifty percent so Tokar buying their pod. From the do down the street again, I'm a business hippie. I understand the concept of supply and demand. You know, marijuana legalization will probably be on next year's ballot here in Arizona and one of the arguments. For legalization is that it takes the drug cartels out of the equation, unless you tax the heck out of it. So when you hear people say things like we should legalize it into the heck out of it. Just remember our neighbors to the west where high taxes can even screw up legal weed and California a match that would seem to be made in heaven. Join Jim Sharpe and Jamie, west weekday mornings at five for Amazon is morning news here on KTAR news. It's five eleven and repeating our top story today. A Tempe construction firm has filed to protest with the government accountability office. Fisher industries claims the army corps of engineers, wrongly excluded. It's bids onto border wall projects one of them was in New Mexico that now is being re solicited and another in Yuma. Under reconsideration Fisher, showed members of congress and homeland security officials that it can build two hundred eighteen miles of border barrier for three point three one billion dollars. The Navajo nation announced that World War Two era. Navajo code talker. Fleming gay senior died today in Chile he was ninety seven became among hundreds of Navajos who served in the Marine Corps using a code based on their native language to outsmart the Japanese President Trump honored gay and two other Navajo code talkers. At the White House in November of twenty seventeen. And it's five twelve here is what we're working on for you this afternoon in the KTAR newsroom,.

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"few years ago" Discussed on Men Ain't Sh*t

Men Ain't Sh*t

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"few years ago" Discussed on Men Ain't Sh*t

"Hello. And welcome back to another episode of men ain't shit. I'm your host. Karen, sue, and I just got my heartbroken on the phone a few years ago. Sorry. I'm not going to be as happy. But. Yeah. Just broke up with me over the phone in a six minute conversation. Wow. Many Chit, right? Sorry. Yes. So he literally came over today, and we hung out for like two hours any acted like nothing was wrong. You were just watching the office. Then he called me later. And he said, I think we need to break up. He said he didn't feel like there was a right time when we were together. He's like I wanted to do it earlier. But it was a right time. When is there ever a fucking right time to break up with someone? I can't believe he actually did over the phone. Like, I feel like I deserve the decency to Disley say to my face. You know? You're literally sitting there watching the office for two hours, and he could have, you know, mentioned it anytime like, oh, yeah. I wanna break up. No. He looked like nothing was wrong. Even when he left my place, he kissed me. And he said, I love you and everything like, but he went he. Came over with the intention of breaking up with me. But he didn't say anything. Current assault this coming because we had a. Rocky past couple of months, we were fighting ally. Even fought about this podcast. Like, he wasn't supportive of me, creating this podcast. He's late listened to the first two minutes of a turn it off. Because you know, he was an interested in the topic. Order whatever. He wasn't supportive of the topic of my podcasts. Because he didn't agree with it. You know? But I I I understand then that's fine. But I at least wanted to be supportive of me, you know, like something that it was really excited about creating. Like, I deserve unconditional support for my significant other right? Like is that really so much to ask for? In just lately. Like the relationship was starting to feel really one-sided in. I told him this. We talked we had fights about this. The key never. Asked me to hang out whenever we hung out was because I asked I always initiate everything. I asked him when he was free. He never would ask me out on dates or anything. In like, never we were together foot. Like, he he didn't want me. They're like. It just seemed like he'd rather be alone than hang out with me. But you know, I was like he's going through a lot. It's okay. Like his parents were getting a divorce. I just wanted to be there for him, and, you know, be a supportive girlfriend. And I don't it just felt like whenever. You know, I told him stories about myself or whatever he didn't. I don't know he didn't seem to care that much about. And he just always talked about himself like even right best friend when she met him for the first time she noticed that. Which he never really asked her questions about her and her boyfriend because we had like a double date kind of thing. Like when when she first met him. He just went on and talk about how great he was a pumpkin carving 'cause that's what we were doing to pumpkin. Patch went bumpkin carving. But as pumpkin turned out shit. You know, it didn't even look good. And he was like talking all himself like, okay, dude, come down. Anyways. I just felt like he wasn't putting a lot of effort into the relationship. As I was when I express this to him. I told him how I felt I didn't get the same thing. You know? I would even ask him anything bothering. Do. You wanna tell me like, I just want you to communicate your feelings more with me because I wanna make this work because I love you. I care about you.

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