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Psaki gives final White House briefing

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 4 months ago

Psaki gives final White House briefing

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"fifteen months later" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist

Thank God I'm Atheist

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen months later" Discussed on Thank God I'm Atheist

"Friends wealth from beautiful salt lake city utah. It's thank god. I made the as the podcast. I'm frank feldman and i'm dan beecher and coming up on the show today. Dan being a prophet just eight to. Oh my god. Oh especially a mormon prophet. Get no respect back in the day if you were the mormon prophet and you want if you want a standing army just say. Hey you guys. You're all a standing army now and people stood and up army stand now. It's still no problem. Getting mormons to arm themselves lou. But we'll go in the direction that their profit points. That's the big question right now and we're going to answer it. Signs are saying the magic eight ball is so you know it's not a paul says no not looking great. It's not looking great. Sure enough all right. Well dan yeah. I wanna take us. I today over to india. Oh the yes the civically the emerald isle if you would specifically carolina no. I don't like that instead of refuting you just looked at me quizzically. Don't think that's right. i'm tired anyway. Yeah we're a the high court in carola harra is. The is the minority christian part of india. Which is important and thank you because that'll help make this make a little bit more sense which is The court has pronounced a verdict. That now requires that nuns and priests pay income tax to not have to even simp- not even their income tax. Which like here they like. I don't think oh yeah. Oh yeah they get all sorts of goodies. Their housing paid for the in the united states. The rectory is like right housing and they don't have to be compensated for that. There's all sorts of like amazing tax deductions and if they may not pay income tax. They have to file their taxes. They're subject to income tax withholdings. All of that stuff. Well in india in carola there were had not been the case here. We're getting away with murray. We're getting away with not paying any kind of income tax law and this was based on sort of a couple of different like precedents and decisions that have been made by the central board of direct taxes. Oh going back to nineteen forty four. Oh where that it's sort of this. Tradition comes out of and the court was just like wait. What are you are you guys out of your minds. Because apparently there's this idea in india that Once a perpetual vow of poverty has taken the none or priest undergoes a civil death. oh my god and thereafter are not persons under many different statutes laws right. I mean if that's what if it means you don't pay taxes. Kill me off baby. i'm ready. I'm ready to die for that. You know it would be a non-person person. Yeah but the court says wait a second while that does exist as a concept the law itself has to specifically trigger that the law has to be like whatever the laws apply was specifically saying they have to say. Oh yeah and there's civil death is somehow worked into this law right and otherwise they have to such as the tax laws which mentions nothing about civil death which this is a new concept for me. Like i'm just kind of kind of blown away by it. But as as they point out nuns and priests are part of society they can walk freely. Speak freely and even indulge in most of the regular activities unrestricted like any other individual. They act as managers of educational institutions hospitals and other establishments they enter into contracts for manifold purposes in all of these spheres. They act like any other living human and so then they use all the stuff that taxes pay for. Absolutely this literally was just a handout. Priests and nuns was there any mention of like if hindu priests have to pay taxes or now it doesn't really get into that into like other other parts of india and other religions specifically in carolina. Where like you said. Christianity is is number one yes indeed they This had been in an interesting well. There you go from from india alta. I'll take us to another exotic locale tennessee. It is exotic. It is where governor bill lee. Listen tennessee has been doing great with the whole cova thing. You'll be shocked shocked to learn. The tennessee has the worst record cova. Currently they the worst per capita infection rate currently in the country seriously. Yeah wow tennessee. Yeah what fear. Not for governor. Lee has a plan. Okay you'll never guess what it is but it's going to work for sure it only takes a day. Oh and that day will be october the eleventh when everyone will fast and pray. Oh this is why they have the highest rate. Well because our governor did the same shit no he did but he. Yeah no he did. That is correct. So make excuses for spencer cox. I was about to no no no major. No but ours is fine. There's is an idiot. Yeah it's it's especially worrying when things are at their absolute worst and this is what they if things are just getting bad and they whipped this out as a as a as an obvious political ploy to get christians on Onder side or whatever. Okay whatever But when things are really really bad you've gotta take you know real action But apparently This is what counts for real action in the fine fine state of tennessee. This is not the first time. He has called for prayers and fasting even this year. But don't worry the fact that it didn't work those other times doesn't mean that it won't work this time. Well that's the trick right. You just keep trying until you'll figure it out. I mean eventually. The pandemic is going to end all pandemics end. I bet this little fasting and prayer will have a small pardon in and well think i feel like if all of tennessee praise really really hard the lord will look down upon them and do your claiming that he'll do a little bit. Is that what you're i. I'm saying the course of history might play out exactly the same as it would have but it will make you feel good. It'll it'll make them feel good so good they'll be like remember the time we've fasted and prayed and then fifteen months later it kind of went away. That's a win in prayer. It's a bad winning. That's a solid win. That's that's yeah chalk that up christian win one not praying zero zero. Yeah.

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"fifteen months later" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen months later" Discussed on ESPN FC

"He was century attention for that first. Twenty minutes when he's getting booed. You might the mistaken. Even by the state. It'd be wasn't thinking about other things. He covered by the raiders when he started to come out for bows and then he made the decision to go back. He by very well in the second half and the crafts. Don't you to get behind it in the second half but certainly would play play the pot and that mistake you might but the new chief of the line and fans have every right to to to do what they want. Is they like a black. For whatever reason the right to the money have to be aware that as you said. I don't think it's a great move jay because he's gonna have to challenge for that position wasn't predicting everyone eavesdropped. Champions league saying is strange looking at this italy side watching last night. I know like obviously spain affects you but i kind of think it kind of put the euro wayne in even greater focus because the area that is italy's most talented area i think by far is central midfield. Obviously last night they were there rear ends handed to them. I found myself looking okay. You mentioned respiratory. We saw bit of in the second half. Yeah but you know. Italy center forward automobile still and deservedly. So because he's better than the other guys now but it's not like all of a sudden. I'm doing cartwheels over the prospect of judy mambi because he's has often hasn't played welfare italy. I look beyond that. I hope that us pagoda. And ken will make believe i hope politically makes the step one day by our. They're not there yet. you've you you went on thirty seven. Game unbeaten run without with a top four star striker scoring all these chances and everything so that can be a worry right. No but it helps. It gives you gives you more different ways. Different ways of playing. I agree with you. i don't. I don't know there's been a desk you saying. I know that was a big mistake. After he's very nice guy and he works hard and mancini likes them but ultimately it's not as the obvious one they would have probably been pelligrini if you're going to go down that road. Yeah or play through the middle even senior through the either. I think would be better slightly better than than benedict ski anyway. Did starts playing senior. This and insignia came into the centerfold. Was he went to the right. Hand side ks went to the left. And that's when i started playing a little bit better. that should have been the formation. He played at the beginning of the game. And that was the problem bernadette. He has apply as the centerfold a withdrawn so the vote he was the centerfold denied to play the position. So bad move by mentioning and then that's the chance for senior. And if he's the i and he goes to goes to one one and then there's still eleven eleven of course. Of course pain were great in the first half in the first half hour. You don't know how the game changes are not after that chance and i don't know if he's because robo think it looks like in senior can see marcus alonzo cut like really coming back into the corner of his eye. And i don and setanta. Melissa because should be on target at least even if you open for the way did so i wondered if maybe a lonzo sprinting bag and you could see him in the corner is is maybe but that's about one is actually bits and clever charter. Actually place lakota. Sometimes i mean you talk about marcus lonzo. Having the chance in the second of where he just thinks. I'm gonna hit this mexican side in senior. Did everything right he just. He just opened his fractions much. But you asked about you said you like to say that eleven versus eleven. See what machine was going to do a half time what he actually did it. Send minutes before halftime. Before but change in that formation with insignia. Going up from and i was beginning to work. I think you've been very even a very good second half at least with the. I'm really curious to how this these two teams are going to project out. Come the world cup which is less than fifteen months away. I look at italy. And i this. The greatest respectable not. Not because you've got sent off last night. And i don't i really hope killeen aren't in the world cup team because if they really means nobody's before the euro's and ended up winning the euro's yeah it's going to be fifteen months later. He's going to be fifty wants his By do wonder about that a little bit. Because you know. I'm not a full back positions. I'm okay because now faded. Marco's is going from strength to strang. Learning so thing is going to be fine for that position spin out. We'll be back emerson still around. I don't know. I mean that much less wasn't terrible last night but centreback kind of feel estonian. Then we need to invent something because chatted getting older too much as i've been flying gabby flag for so long Midfield i got no shoes because even the next guy coming through on fine upfront. We touched upon. That's got to be an issue But then i look at spain. And i feel like they have many many more solutions and more options. Because i can't believe that for example the world cup you complained about. If you're gonna play that back three with three and a half a little bit like like byron. Do zula david going forward. You also have guy and they're in the mix you know. They have a lot more options. Yeah yeah who who. Who was in the team exactly for the injured. So robbo. who's better place to win the world cup in cutter easy question about from franz of these two teams who's going to go further in the world cup. I'm not just about last night. I think spying bedrick quits It's brilliantly to in the european championships before the european cheb. Despite their great run had them down as being about full speed. It's very good side managed brilliantly by mentioning the last couple of years. But i think they've reached they pay spain. Haven't breaks that big yet. I think they're going to get better and better. Who'll the budget's about and lewis henrici seems to be getting the best so i think spine better place and i. I haven't mentioned him. I'm obliged to mention him every show. Y'all of course. Yeah while other by spending just to finish on that. I love robo that they've got to left-footed tobias and there's so many years everybody of told me that you can't play to left-footed impossible because you can play to right-footed but not to left-footed okay. Why i mean you know always balance. Is this in that stupid stupid. And then you still up and potters for displaying. Being bore playing center box left-footed together Just thought is great. And they made mistakes in the euro. Might make more mistakes going forward. I dunno badges. I just love the fact that the country to left-footed santa bucks who's going forward for you pain spring hundred percent bed but but then we them. There's always drama or something is gonna happen. So you have that. They look so good ended. Good at the. Us as well in the semifinal that could they could easily have one casey opener. And we'll see how spain you in the final against either as we record this thursday morning. No spoilers against belgium or france..

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"fifteen months later" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen months later" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"The air conditioning is messed up and you might have termites. And then they come in and even if they're able to fix the bathrooms fix the ac and get rid of the termites. I don't know if you look at that house the same. So if you're willing to pay a million dollars would you be willing to pay a million dollars when you came back six a year six months or a year later and they're like oh it's all good. I think it's worth a little less now. So even at the situation goes away. I've said over and over. This guy is a red flag on. I talked to colin last night on his podcast. The other guys in the league. Think of the top quarterbacks and that's how watson's viewed he's thirty five million a year player is viewed as a top five eight type quarterback right a lot of people think five six seven eight but whatever. He's using elite player. Mahomes perfect character. Not one issue aaron rodgers. The only issue is ever had is getting mad at the general russell. Wilson zero issues josh allen zero issues. Lamar jackson zero issues. I'm talking off the field. I cannot pay a premium for player at the quarterback position and then pay a ton of money to them against my salary cap and then have to worry like do. I need like go to bed tonight and not have to worry about this guy getting in trouble like i'm sorry you just don't look at shawn watson the same and i remember. I've talked about this a lot over the last year. People what about rothlisburger we have never looked at rothlisberger saying the difference is he never had to go to a different team. He stayed in pittsburgh and they kept winning. But let's face it. There are a lot of jokes about big ben. Still that we hang onto today like you. Don't shake that so. I think that these general managers even miami. If miami is truly willing to trade for him they hate to. They do not. They don't think legit franchise got. Because what world would you draft a guy fifth overall and then you know how probably fifteen months later be like this guy's not worthy and i get you while you're driving for john watson weeded draft fifth overall. The chargers wouldn't do that. Deal with the bengals. Do that deal. So that's a red flag situation. Listen you guys know where i stand onto i'm more probably out than in carson wentz said over and over with the vaccine talk which is something that is clearly not going away in clearly wherever you stand on this. I think we all have to acknowledge a lot of guys. That are getting mike variables vaccinated. He got booted out of facility a week ago. Test positive and a lot of these guys call beasley who went on the ramp. Whatever you think about him he had to leave the facility because a vaccinated individual tested positive for corona so. It's murky waters. I've said over and over. I got the shot for business reasons. And i think a lot of people in the nfl. They have a lot of younger players. Obviously right most players would probably under thirty years old. That i'm sure hesitant and i know a lot talking to my friends at different teams have gotten the shot sits. They've training camp started because they saw just the treatment. You get not having to wear a mask. I think we all acknowledge mass or not fun. And if you get the vaccine you don't have to wear a mask and the facility. Now there are several quarterbacks carson wentz included that have not got the vaccine at this point is fair to say they're not going to get which again my stance..

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Putting Post-Covid Cruising to the Ultimate Test

Tips for Travellers Podcast

02:24 min | 1 year ago

Putting Post-Covid Cruising to the Ultimate Test

"Can cruising we return post shutdown postcode. It'd be fun. Be enjoyable and be relaxing. And that's what i'm about to put to the test. Because i'm here on board my very first cruise after fifteen months of shutdown on biking venus. And i'm going to find out can cruising post shutdown. Be fun be enjoyable and be relaxing if you knew here. I'm gary beverage and my goal is to help make it fun and easy to discover plan at have unforgettable cruise vacations so what exactly makes for a enjoyable and relaxing vacation. I had a list. But i went out and asked people on the channel and hundreds and hundreds of people replied and everyone came up with the same seven things that i did. Somebody use those seven things to test out about cruising post covet. Now many of the videos. That i've watched and reports that i've read on postcode cruising has tended to focus very much on the restrictions the rules. But that's not what's important. What's important for me is what does it feel like to be backup cruising. Does it feel the same does feel different and is magnificent. The number one item which everybody said universally was key to a cruise being relaxing and enjoyable was being disconnected sets being disconnected from work being disconnected from your phone being disconnected from chores. Walk the dog. Cook your own food. So of course that's absolutely true of postcode. Cruising this is my first cruise in fifteen months since the shutdown and i was able to disconnect as simple nearly as i did before. So that's definitely a tick however it's not entirely possible to disconnect because there's concert reminders of the world that we live in so let's take a look at some of the things that were happening on the cruise. Now i would say though that although they did remind you of the world we're living in. They did actually and other ways make me feel reassured which did help me disconnect so what was in place well first of all come the cruise. It was vaccinated guests only so suddenly that reminded you that restriction in place. Unlike before when you could rive at any time you wanted. There was very strict invocation times in half hour slots you had to show proof of your vaccination status yet temperature checks and ultimately you had to have a pc tests done before you could actually happily sale.

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"fifteen months later" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen months later" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"Center to help with everything from getting a ged to a college degree and you can multiply these examples. Because they're over fifteen thousand library branches in the us and local government spent over twelve billion annually on their libraries. And it's safe to say this is an investment. That's well worth it will. Do we know that it's a decent return on investment. Well there's this recent study this grab my attention. At three economists montana state university federal reserve bank of chicago and miami university and they calculate by some measures a healthy return on investment so among their findings library capital investment increases. Children's attendance library events by eighteen percent children's checkout of items by twenty one percent and total library visits by twenty one percent but increases and library us translate into improved children's test scores in nearby school districts but then the pandemic comes by and it's hard on libraries people weren't allowed to go into some of them budgets were cut. And you know it's not that So many libraries were overly funded even before the pandemic arrived so a lot more needs to be done to maintain buildings up. They bathrooms increase the number of hours that they're open and there's a wonderful book by sociologist erik lindenberg palaces for the people and you know in that book. He persuasively argues at libraries. The people who work there and the people who visit that they're essential to our democracy and to our community so support your local library along with everything else. Nice internet usually and air conditioning during this time of year. Marketplace's senior economics contributed chris farrell. Thank you thanks a lot. David and i guess the following is like someone finally calling fifteen months later dimension that your house burned down. The national bureau of economic research now says the recession ended in april of twenty twenty shortest recession. Ever but they had to amend the definition of recession for this special pandemic case because recessions traditionally have to be longer to count our producers. Are rose con meredith garretson stephen ryan danielson alec schroeder and erica soderstrom. I'm david brancaccio. This is marketplace morning from apm american public media hollywood host of marketplace tech a show. That helps you understand the digital economy. How a more of the country get access to better internet.

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Financial Trends Reveal Promising Opportunities for Small Business

The Small Business Radio Show

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Financial Trends Reveal Promising Opportunities for Small Business

"Is the latest financial trends in this now. Post pandemic economic recovery for small business owners here to help his birdie. Oldman who's director of analytic consultancy experienced business. Information services who leads a team of statistical consultants went diverse skills provide small businesses and commercial service providers with leading edge analytic driven information solutions brody with that introduction. Seems like you're the guy that's going to have the answers or barry. I certainly hope i do. And we certainly have a lot of data here to support some of the insights and trends that we see going on in the market. We know after the nine thousand nine hundred nineteen spanish flu pandemic that was followed by the roaring twenties or what was known as the roaring twenties. New think we're moving into the roaring twenty twenty s. Well that that's certainly is what the market would like to see. That's coming into really a heightened expansion period for small businesses. We certainly see some of that. Growth potential But there are some pressures that are coming down from the environment. That may hold us back. And so what are some of those things. Because what i keep seeing is i go out on michigan avenue. Chicago and the stores are just mom. Did seems consumer spending his way up because people haven't been spending much the last fifteen months very you got it. There's there's two two point four trillion or so and savings. That's out there. That consumers are just happing into as we get into the summertime and this is a big spending time where folks are out shopping in though in the mall and in some of the brick and mortar spots. They're transitioning from that digital storefront that they've been during the pandemic now they're moving back out and you've seen them no masks on walking around with their cards out ready to spend and so. We are seeing an

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No Day in Court: South Africa's Jacob Zuma Sentenced to 15 Months

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:33 min | 1 year ago

No Day in Court: South Africa's Jacob Zuma Sentenced to 15 Months

"Jacob zuma who ruled south africa from two thousand nine to two thousand. Eighteen is heading to jail. He subject to a number of legal tangles but it was his refusal to show up for a trial looking into state capture the gutting of institutions to serve private interests. That was his undoing. The verdict against him has split opinions among south africans to jet. I think the we slow to to italy disapprove. In my point of view i think is justice. Taking its course putting mr zuma behind bars while other trials and inquiries play out. He's a hugely symbolic step. In a broad and deep effort to root out corruption in the country yesterday in south africa the law finally caught up with. Jacob zuma john. Mcdermott is the economists chief. Africa correspondent and is based in johannesburg. The former president has for more than a year being dodging appearances in front of an inquiry into corruption when he was president foam. Two thousand nine to two thousand eighteen and so frustrated has the judge chairing inquiry. Bean that he's referred mr zuma's behaviour to the constitutional court the highest court in south africa and in response to those petitions. Yesterday they sentence the former president to fifteen months in prison for contempt of court and for his quote scurrilous unfounded attacks on the

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Celebrity Edge Becomes First Ship to Sail From USA in 15 Months

Cruise Radio News Briefs

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Celebrity Edge Becomes First Ship to Sail From USA in 15 Months

"Late for dinner. So here's your crews news. For wednesday. June thirtieth twenty twenty one. After fifteen months costa maya mexico. Welcome back its first khruschev. Yesterday as celebrity as docked there for the first time locals were on the peer to greet passengers with music and dancing as they walked down the pier into the port area. Some even held up big white letters that spelled out welcome back. Visitors had to wear a mask while visiting the port but were allowed to take independent excursions or explore the port

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First Post-Pandemic Cruise Ship Sets Sail From Fort Lauderdale

NBC Nightly News

02:00 min | 1 year ago

First Post-Pandemic Cruise Ship Sets Sail From Fort Lauderdale

"In fort lauderdale the first major cruise ship set sail from a us port. Since the pandemic paralyze the industry more than a year ago are kerry. Sanders is on board the celebrity edge off and sailing tonight for the first time in fifteen months paying passengers on a cruise ship departing from a us. Poor phil so bed to be on a cruise ship again. We have been waiting for this day. Were avid cruisers. The multi billion dollar cruise ship industry with a lot riding on this first cruise because of the pandemic the celebrities ship edge that departed from fort lauderdale. Today is socially distancing passengers the ship at only forty percent capacity ninety nine percent of the passengers and crew on board are fully vaccinated against coup-bid. Would you be on. This cruise of passengers weren't vaccinated. That's have fun on earth. I have to say no to your crew. Welcome back someday is here. Last march as the pandemic spread and doctors had to understand corona virus cruise ships were turned away from ports around the world including here in the us when passengers were finally allowed to get off they were met with teams in has met suits. The centers for disease control shutdown. The cruise ship industry one challenge still in the courts. Florida's governor established a law that prevents any business including cruise ships from demanding customers. Show a vaccine passport. We are back at sea. We are back what's at stake not only for your cruise line but the industry. Well obviously we have to bring ourselves back in a safe careful way and i think we are trying to demonstrate that you are safer cruise ship. Then you are walking down main street. Usa if anybody on board words test positive for corona virus. This ship has an expanded infirmary with two doctors and eleven nurses just in case

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California Reopens, Says Goodbye to Most Covid Rules

The South Florida Morning Show

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

California Reopens, Says Goodbye to Most Covid Rules

"It's a big day for millions of california their reopening after fifteen months restrictions. She's it's the happiest place on earth. Disney land allow out of state visitors. Hey but there's a mask mandate it's also ending for those who are fully vaccinated. So i don't know how that works. The actually said which. I was surprised by this. They are not requiring any type of vaccine passport zealand. There's basically kind of like the the trust some they're trusting people say yeah am fully vaccinated so i can go on and who's not gonna say that for right right. Of course they are. Of course i got back suneeta

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"fifteen months later" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen months later" Discussed on Back To Back

"Joy if you wanna see this show getting recorded live and another big part of that of course is the back to back discord. The link for that is in. The description of this episode is well. That's my little home base. Mike clubhouse we've got an amazing community of people in there. It is growing all the time and we would love to. Have you come join up. Come share what you're working on. If you're music producer and artist get some feedback link up with some like minded people. Come ask a question about this. Show a question that you want asked on the show and if you wanna get in touch with me for any reason that's probably the easiest way to do it. I'm in there all the time. So yeah that's all business. Come join the discord and come hang out with me on twitch but look. Today is epic day on. The podcast is epics appearance. He's joining the very rare three peat club. There's only a few people who who are in that club. Really and i mentioned this on the live broadcast on twitch but i had to get him back because epic was the first guest. I had when lockdown started and when this show had to switch to doing remote interviews through zoom which was always something. I said i would never do before that and look at me now no. It's actually been great. The the switch man. I've gotten to talk to so many people. I never would have had the chance to otherwise through zoom and through this lockdown. But the first one the first one to trust me to do it was app dick. He was locked down in belgium where he had kind of gotten stuck at the beginning of all of this and talking to him. Now when everything's leading up and he's finally getting back out there it's kind of a good full circle chat you know fourteen fifteen months later you know. In that time. He is released a lot of amazing music. He's been writing a lot more as you're going to hear us talk about in this conversation and you'll also hear his talk about how you know in this time like many of us. was kind of a time for reflection a time for figuring out. Well why do i really do this. What am i doing it for what is important to me. He said something which i love which is just what do i like. I think that's a question we can all ask ourselves a little more when we're trying to do something creative when we're trying to to do something on our own is is really. Ask ourselves that question. What do i actually like. Not what do i think i should like. Not what do other people like. That might be popular. But what do i like. You got to check in with yourself a little bit sometimes. And that's what i love about epic. It's what i love about his music. Which always just sounds like him. And i'm really glad that we got this little chance to check in before everything goes crazy again so look for you the listener. The person hearing my voice right now. I hope that you know as everything's open backup as life kinda resumes as we sort of. Try to get back to whatever normal is now. You're able to do that to check in with yourself. Take a little time. Make sure whatever you're doing you're doing it because you wanna do it. You're doing it because it's important or because it'll get you somewhere you want to go. And i'm glad we get to take a little time here to check in together shutout. Everybody who's showing love. Every single week you know putting up tweets tags in your stories telling people they got check out the show. That is the best way to support back to back by the way just letting people know they should be checking it out spreading the word. We are a community based organization over. Here you know the move to twitch has been great because i get to talk to you guys even a little bit more. I love talking to you there. I love talking to you on the discord. And of course anytime i see somebody out there spreading the good word about back to back. I'm always going to be replying. Reposting generally just interacting with anything you put out there saying hi so keep it up. We love to see the support and for now. I hope you enjoy this episode. Let's do it right now. Returning to the show the three peat champion. This is me and app. Dick back to back. Let's.

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"fifteen months later" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen months later" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"It doesn't matter if you're frontline last or if you know jesus twenty five seconds all of us have gone to this place. Where it's like a k a eulogy is this about. Jesus is your anchor. Jesus and what links on your chain that have connected you to. The anka have either fallen apart fallen off or gotten rusty and i think that's what's being revealed in all of this time is an a lot of us that were actually almost. Just go through the motion. Christians got hit by a whole lot of waves. And jesus is which economica right now. We're we're really the anka will hold. But you better be connected to that. Anka and i think what what some of us have discovered is maybe we want as securely connected to the anchor. Jesus that with what we were. Yeah you know. Chris one thing that i love about you and i always value so much in our friendship. Is you live here in america. But you didn't grow up here. You're australian and greek and but you travel the world. I mean you have offices everywhere. You see the global church. You're my friend that sees the most of the global church in my life and so it's always an encouragement to me and even this conversation about the moving from a what if to an even if it makes me wonder and i think you can speak on this in a really profound way because of your experience do you see the struggle to move from a what if to an even faith around the world or do you see that mostly in a north american context. Yes that's a great question of. I do see mostly because i'll give you an example that evans going to relate to. Because we've been in this pandemic so you know day. One we're in march twenty twenty this pandemic the whole world shuts down. So i've got offices in the ukraine in cape town in mexico city in sofia bulgaria ian facility. Greece in cambodia in bangkok sir. When we have basically said this hog you we would have our whole global staff on zoom. And we've got a couple of hundred people you know in all of these eighteen countries around the world. So i've got everyone on my screen. So i don't have just america on my screen. I've got all of these country directors and we would call the opposition so we have our upper zoom room meetings the upper route x and while i would be so funny listening to some of the directors in american officers and these were people that could leave their homes. They could go to places you know what a made. And we've got people in countries that had six points in a two bedroom apartment in sofia bulgaria and that could not leave a. We're talking four months at a time. Could not leave the house without you had to text the local police and then one of the local police officers when it was your letter. Time would come to escort one person that could leave the house. It's a week to go to the grocery store to come back. It was daily. Walk around the park. There ain't nothing and this was the ukrainian director was like you know it was interesting that they live very close to charitable some of this stuff. You know remember. There was that i yeah. We watched you've got this. Global pandemic people are complaining. Because i have to wear masks and then of course ukraine chaim. I'm sort of morning. Update yes used as being another leak of and it's like this normal thing. But god's good and we've seen these miracles racking myself up because i'm going if people could just hear this like what is going on and the joy of this out teams in in warsaw poland and sofia bulgaria and ukraine with full of faith and hope and the people that had the most mobility and the most access. Everything was thinking. Oh my gosh this is the end of the world and thought well you around some people that have really been through some suffering and just remember doing this teaching k. To angry where all prisoners right now. Everyone's everyone's in lockdown across the world is like and yet zachariah chapter nine says return to you'll stronghold you prisoners of hope and i said so. We cannot choose the fact that we are prisoners. That's just the way it is. I got but we can't choose the kind of prisoners that we are going to be so we in this organization are not going to be prisoners of despair or murmuring or grumbling or complaining or disappointment disillusionment or anger bitterness. We are going to be prisoners of hope and that scripture after it goes on to say and restored to you double so i'll go almost global staff to ripe double of an essay. We all believe in god that during the pandemic we're going to have double the amount of people rescued. We are going to have double. The amount of traffic is go to jail. We have double the amount of Impacted terms and cannot tell you here. We up fifteen months later and by the grace of god exceeded goal that we had because of that posture. That goes you know what. Even if i were in a file. We're gonna global shop down this. Is it you out. God is still faithful. He's still got a miracles. I mean he went waiting jewelry pots. Not waiting till jericho will come down. He doesn't want with face with the sea and the wool so it was a said to them. This is awesome. This is going to become your own. So even if we're here. There is a global pandemic. And where lockdown and god's given us emission. So gods the same and i said you're all about to find out that you've been running in the slipstream of nicotine. My faith over the last fifteen is is organization. I said now you get to know this faith for yourself and you're gonna ride into this. You're going to discover the god of even if and the god of even when you again discover like shadrack knee michigan. Bendigo yourself that you're forum and is going to turn up in the file. Whatever that might look like. I don't know what that's all of like. But you're about to find out. And then just to see this maturing because that's what our refining fire does we'll have more on fire than we've ever been because of a of a maturity going from a what if because the what happened to an even if faith so so good you know that also leads me one of the chapters that you have in here..

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"fifteen months later" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen months later" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

"These skills they were at about it was like seventeen or eighteen percent of them. Were on antidepressant so this is self reported but at that point the both in the intervention group and the control group. They were both at about eighteen percent than fifteen months later. The intervention group learned the skills over about six weeks and then we did follow up fifteen months later the intervention groups still about seventeen eighteen percent were on antidepressants in the control group. The people who didn't learn the skills thirty five percent of that more on anti so again you know it wasn't one of our primary outcomes we didn't it was self reported but maybe the people who didn't learn the people who learned the skills were able to sort of maintain their level of wellbeing. And if they were on antidepressants they stayed on them. But there is the control group. There was a big increase in the number of people who went on antidepressants over time. So it's suggestive that these skills can be helpful for your mental home. So how did you shift this program from researching carriers for people with hiv to others. Despite i mean i think i know one answer is because we do have treatments hiv. I guess i don't know if that's the right word. Yes so i mean. Hiv is now much more chronic illness. I did start my work in the area of both hiv caregivers as well as people who themselves had issues. So that's where my work started but it isn't an hiv specific program. It's a general coping with stress program. So we've really we've we've Tailored the program to many different kinds of stress so women with metastatic breast cancer. People with type two diabetes people with elevated depression high school students more currently looking at In our first caregivers First dementia caregivers study was all kinds of dementia. Caregivers and now. We're the casino on alzheimer's caregivers specifically but the programs the same you know it's really it's not about you know. How do you handle this type of problematic behavior or you know. How do you manage the medications or that kind of thing. It's how how are you coping with stress and the skills that you learn can apply to any kind of stressor experiencing. We did develop a program for coping with the pandemic so more general public program. So it's really the that this is a It's a general coping skills program that we've applied in specific types of stress groups including alzheimer's caregivers mic cents. Seems like all of us should take this program. I think so yes i know. I've benefited from learning new coping skills and my mom is gone so my coping skills was just getting through twenty twenty and losing. Mom lives in the dog. Moving pandemic and i'm a planner. And when you can't plan what's happening tomorrow or next week. That's really stressful. And that's one of your coping skills taken away from you right. Yeah like well. Yeah i like to be able to plot out. You know what i'm gonna do. When and where. I'm going to go and i like to keep it means it's a loose scheduling but it that allows me to get everything done but when you're like well i can work core..

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'Next Big Wave': Radiation Drugs Track and Kill Cancer Cells

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

'Next Big Wave': Radiation Drugs Track and Kill Cancer Cells

"Doctors reported promising results from an experimental cancer drug that delivers radiation directly to tumor cells an emerging class of medicine called radio pharmaceuticals may become a new way to treat patients with hard to reach inoperable cancers in a study involving over eight hundred men with advanced prostate cancer released by the American society of clinical oncology a tumor targeting radiation therapy from drug maker Novartis kept cancer at bay for nearly nine months compared to three months for people receiving standard treatment and survival was better to fifteen months versus eleven months the drug is administered through an IV in each dose contains trillions of engineered molecules a tractor portion of the molecule hunts down cancer cells the payload portion is the radiation experts say radio pharmaceuticals maybe the next big wave of therapeutic development I'm Jennifer king

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"fifteen months later" Discussed on Trina Talk

Trina Talk

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen months later" Discussed on Trina Talk

"It's like the math equation in your calculus class right. There's not a lot of answers. One answer right so But we've we did and you know we've grown consistently over the years and and again we're poured gas on this this time of year. We wanna grow faster so yeah. So how did business fared during the pandemic. 'cause i know technology has been on the boom right because people have been forced to use technology in ways that they never thought that they would have to your business. Stay the same. did it increase. How did that affect you. Sure and you know we were relatively unimpaired acted as what i would say. You know the highest. We have a building here in saint charles missouri and everybody came in worked in the building and we all work promoting the building. So as i said we always worked promote we used to just hang out together and work remote so not coming to the office. Wasn't that big of a deal. In fact on snow days everybody already used to staying at home and working remote in their pajamas. And i think that was was so that was a non event. Really just telling people not to come to work and fifteen months later. They're not coming back to work. Kept the building. There's a handful people were doing team meetings. We do some of the social stuff and all that we still grew fifteen percent last year so generally speaking our clients continue to invest in their technology because now they had remote workers and they needed more tools for the remote workers and perfect. Examples accounts payable where. Hey can we start scanning invoices and routing them electronically because there's nobody to open the mail right or there's nobody there to pass paper so a lot of paper went away more electric again. Microsoft teams is a great platform as part of our part of our portfolio in. So we've off pretty efficiently and then worked on helping customers sixteen through the transition as well as your call. So yeah that's that's really great now You said the ms a microsoft dynamic platform. So can you tell us about some of the applications so that if someone is listening they know exactly what you do sure and so dynamics. Three sixty five and again. It's it's the microsoft cloud platform which encompasses dynamics three sixty five which is all the business applications so within that collection it's like the microsoft office brand office has a number products. That dynamics has to european solutions. Those are two of the three sixty five finance and operations finance and supply chain. That's that's the mid market enterprise class europe. Solution and then there's also a product called dynamic street sixty five business central which is a small mid market so the big one came from the central came from division..

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"fifteen months later" Discussed on America Off The Rails

America Off The Rails

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen months later" Discussed on America Off The Rails

"Somebody else into philip puzzle piece and be like oh look. I have a significant other again. It wind up being exactly what it was before. Because i i want to break the cycle. I've i've only ever been in serious relationships. I went from one serious relationship to another. My first girlfriend was in high school. She became my fiancee. She left me then. I met my first wife and we were dating for a couple of years. We got married. We were married for a few more years. Things went sideways and it was either risk losing my kids or leave so i left then i met my second wife and we were together for twenty two years all of a sudden. She decided she didn't want to be part of this life anymore. So things happened. But i guess the reason i'm saying this is a lot of you have wondered. Why haven't been doing radio. I have been doing podcasting. Why really haven't even been doing any political posting. It's because i didn't feel like i could first of all i couldn't keep up. Second of all honestly. I'm going to be honest. i'm to the point. Now where if it wasn't for the fact that i really feel like somebody has to say something about the craziness that we're going through right now. I'm ready to sit back and fiddle. Watch it burn. Because i've been warning against this stuff for a decade. Been telling everybody this stuff was coming for over a decade that we were. I mean it's kim some of the same stuff that glenn beck has been saying because we started saying these kind of things around the same time the difference is he already had a bigger platform than i did so his message got how i but i was still saying some of the same things. We are getting to the point where america is about to take a turn towards the dark side. And when we do we're gonna make nazi. Germany look like a of fucking girl scouts. And you're watching it happen right now in front of your eyes the beginning stages are already here and this is why i feel like. This is the time that i have to come back. And i have to say something because if somebody's got to say something. We are literally watching an entire country. Tear itself apart from the inside out and nobody is talking about it because they're afraid to you. Know what i don't care. The simple fact of the matter is there are people in our government right now that one us fighting with each other because as long as we're fighting with each other and distracted from the bullshit that they're pulling and the simple fact of the matter is they don't want us paying attention they want us fighting amongst ourselves and the problem is we are falling for every single time and you wanna know the real truth you wanna know how i know this is true because when donald trump was in office and the virus the wu. The one flew the kong flu. Whatever you wanna call it. I hit the scene. One of the first things that came out was there is no way this came out from a chinese market that it actually had to have come from a lab and it was. It was leaked from a labs. Now oh my god. You're just racist against the chinese and year conspiracy theorists the know what you're talking about new you just to lie your trump supporter in your your era trumper. And now here. We sit little over a year later and they're finally admitting the fact that they're fairly certain this was a man made virus released from the very same lab that we told everybody over a year ago on the confluence view. This thing was released from. This is what i am saying. Nobody's paying attention. Nobody cares because they're they're they're finally starting to tell the truth and nobody cares because it's too little too late. This is what they do. They get their message out as hard and as fast as they can and they beat you to death with it and then cup above fourteen fifteen months later they leak the truth out then as well. Everybody knows that's just a conspiracy theory. They've been telling us that for the last fifteen months. No they're finally telling you the truth but they know that because they've been telling you that it wasn't the truth the entire time that you're going to believe believe what they told you the first time. The simple fact of the matter is the. Us media's become propaganda period end of sentence. That's all they are. They don't tell you the truth anymore. They tell you what they think they're they're going to be able to use to get you to click more things into buying more things to get more articles and whatever it takes to get you to pay attention to them. They're like that they're like the outta work. Pop star jumping downstairs. Look at me. i'm now trying now binary. Yeah you guys know him talking about how care. But y'all know what i'm talking about just having last week to jumping look at me. Pay attention to me. Because i'm on binary now you remember when we used to actually treat people with mental disorders. Now we elevate them. I'm sorry. Did i say the client part all right. We're actually long on this segment. We're going to take a break because we're actually already to the bottom of the hour that is. This is the america off the rails. Show i'm rick. Robinson will back stay tuned. My.

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Sobriety After the Pandemic

Recovery Happy Hour

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Sobriety After the Pandemic

"So i have been working from home for the past fifteen months I'm not been to church in person. I have avoided large gatherings. Basically all the cdc recommendations so my little world has been very sheltered. Mike a lot of you and one of the things that i'm noticing is i'm able to go out a little bit. More now. is that being around. People requires a muscle and that muscle that was used to the constant stimulation of being around large groups of people and the noise and the visuals the input of colors and sound and the output of conversations and interacting well that muscle hasn't been exercised in over a year. And as i'm going out now. I'm realizing that being out in the world takes a lot of energy adamy. That muscle is super weak right now and already. I get to a point where i've got about an hour or two in me before my anxiety gets triggered and i need to go somewhere quiet. Imagine taking a long nap in a dark cave and then you leave your cave. You immediately enter the front doors of a las vegas casino with all the lights. And the sounds bombarding you. It's overwhelming right. Just that visual overwhelms me. And that would take some time to acclimate to and that's just what it feels like to me lately. And if feels like that for me then i know it feels like that for some of you to and that's a key factor to acknowledge before we even get into the alcohol part of this conversation as you re enter the world and social settings that you used to be in with alcohol. You're probably gonna feel overwhelmed at first and that's not because you're not drinking. It's because that interaction muscle is out of shape. It's gonna take a hot minute before your senses acclimated to the world in the way that they used to be. It's going to take some exercising that muscle and building it up over time to feel stronger so it's important to acknowledge that if you're feeling anxious that's not just because you're not used to being in a social setting without alcohol that's because you're not used to being in a social setting period.

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WHO Announces the Global Youth Mobilization for Generation Disrupted

UN News

01:09 min | 1 year ago

WHO Announces the Global Youth Mobilization for Generation Disrupted

"And initiative uniting climate activists greta timberg and the u. n. Health agency launched on monday to give young activists the opportunity to get funding for innovative solutions. To the impact of nineteen the scheme which is called global youth bye-bye station in association with the big six youth organisations comes as hundreds of millions of young people. Continue to feel the strain of the pandemic according to the world health organization. Who nine and ten have reported increased mental anxiety during the last fifteen months and more than one billion students in almost every country have been impacted by school closures. More than eight. In ten young women are worried about their future and one in six young people worldwide have lost their jobs during the pandemic. The health agency noted head of the w. h. o. Tedros adhanom ghebreyesus insisted that the agency wanted to be sure that young people's voices energy and solutions where at the center of the world's recovery from caveat nineteen an initial two million dollars of funding will be available from five hundred dollars to five thousand. Applications will be possible by a centralized platform which is available in multiple languages for more information visit. Www dot global youth mobilization with zette dot walk

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"fifteen months later" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast

The Community Safety Podcast

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen months later" Discussed on The Community Safety Podcast

"Go back to people. You us place. Absolutely absolutely i talk. I talk about earlier intervention. I'm starting to fail. That people are now starting to sort of you know. Stand up and listening to this. You said you've got to get into kid. Siamese younger and ucla not Fills me that. You know you have a very le'veon's we've gotta get into kids lot younger and i think also one wanted the big things as while he's without. I can save from a teacher's point of exclusion. I think is while he's a big issue was waffle that are excluded from school. All then very vulnerable to the type of so prosecutions used them for many years exploitation. Kind lines that were saying about nine to make a difference. Jim you have two different things differently. And so it's always like to vote right. This person is is disengaged. School exclude them expelled. Them put them in a referral unit. Robson think what actually wealth with. We need to do so many things differently. They will have different at impacts. If we carry on doing the same old guess will but has the same outcome saying things happen. Absolutely we've had it's its investment that will pay costs the country sixty six billion pounds a year domestic abuse loss of income tax costs. Justice costs welfare costs. health costs. Just think if we spent a seismic sizeable portion of that in education education suppose a typical we have fewer of those types of crimes with have greater less of a cost on the economy or the country. A more people would say. It's a no brainer. But i don't get why some people it's the same so difficult. Why don't you think the seventy barriers to this kind of work is for me. seems simple. Won't you think that is because we tinker a lot between two thousand and two thousand and twenty. That are being totally. Fourteen criminal justice ads as legislative lower. Every year. men's the sentence here creates a new offence that but with tinker tinker ticketing getting raw than we engineer this government back when the when they were elected last year december december twenty nine t. They committed to a royal commission on criminal justice. That's what we needed what we need. We need experts including people from the community sitting around the table. What should not justice system. Look like way. Should we spend our money. How much more should be doing. A prevention and fifteen months later. And nobody's mentioned anymore but there will be a new law that will create. A new. offense was still tinkering when we need to engineer. And i al qaeda all about people about jimmy whether the wheel is away at the moment. People always distracted of iowa. Things are happening. You know brexit mentally. But i think as a society as a community we spent. We need to really look at. What system should look like ross. What is like you talked about. Domestic abuse standards aaron the. It's such a massive massive issue in this country and sign every young person so seized domestic abuse as a young. I each goes onto become an offended. But i think when we look at some of the issues that were experiencing ninety nine society. Violence with young people stabbings murders. I think when you when i look at some of the kids i would say quite broken. When you go back you can see domestic abuse. Plays call a big role in their behavior. live the nixon About five minutes left. So i want to say to say this absolutely right. I've looked at the history of terrorists. And you look back at some of them there. You'll see misogyny you'll see hatred of women you'll see domestic abuse you'll see sexual violence and they end up the people up. I've seen own criminals I've seen you know serious serious And you look back at the history of the victims. They've witnessed it or they were involved in it. You know it's it's almost like a not entry level crime because it's so terrible anyway but it will. It seems impact. The daters speaks for south. Jim one in four women in this country. I wanted a meddlesome. i think. I've been victims of domestic abuse. One in fall. Eighteen ten million women. There are a one in five women a sexually assaulted. Just think about and and this data last year from see the outfit national assistance was that there are three point one million adults in this country. Who was sexually abused as children at one in twenty of us that is the pandemic that will outlive this pandemic but if we can do some more work around preventing all of that happening announced will subsidize. Yeah you were on the same page. Thanks for not not and there's as any question that i haven't actually that you want to ask you as being a real pleasure. I think what you're saying is absolutely essential. We need Communities more engaged it shouldn't be seen as the state telling you what to do about our neighbors work together to keep each other safe that that's the whole point of the podcast by professionals like me engaging with professionals lot you and destroying the push the obey a challenge because i'm not going to stick around and why orion i'm just going to keep working people like yourself and kate doing nothing we will might change in in in in the future and even if he does not allow long time. At least we don't have it actually the just before you go. How can people reach out to you. I'm i'm on twitter arousal and for me can we can the am i have a website. Derives how notes were spaces. Don't coach uk and people can be that way but you know their own marrow mechanisms zuber's people contact me a suspension. They go through you. Jim you can refer people to make going decided i cannot. I do not have the capacity. I don't have a team of people that are to deal with individual cases. I get a lot of people on daily basis saying the victims of this terrible thing in this terrible thing and sadly all i can do is signposted. else There are great people can do that. what i can do when i'm interested in where i think been. The change is more strategic level. So if you become a blockage something. That's preventing large numbers of people getting justice. Please by all means yeah. Thanks and just just touching on your the prosecutor absolutely fantastic read at highly recommended. I'll take the appreciate older bookstores. Dominica appreciating that's online on audible and even more at a paperback version is due out in six weeks. Time liverpool april. Fool's day. And and jim i've just sell the film rights so good winning a year off time to time you'll see the movie. Yes or heard about a fantastic congratulations. Thank you so much for your time today. No you are busy man. This has been a brilliant or conversation. And i think as i said earlier on the same page on monday people are s can force a bit the change. So thank you for.

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Julia Alexander shares her experience with the streaming landscape

Recode Media

05:21 min | 1 year ago

Julia Alexander shares her experience with the streaming landscape

"Zander. Welcome to rico media welcome back it's been a while. Thank you so excited to be back a well. There's always a new streaming service talk about are actually maybe not. Maybe we are at the end of the new streaming service launches paramount plus is launching today Discovery plus. i think that's it for at least things he'd been promised are coming right out of all the big media companies. They're all done now. So i wanna talk to you about Both discovery and paramount plus. But let's go very very big picture streaming wars. I know we're not supposed to remorse. But they're they've been going on for a while now. All the major players that are gonna be here are here Has come and gone you. You wrote their tombstone for them The day the day it launched. I remember i asked you Do we have any big picture thoughts about everything that we've seen so far in the relative performance of everyone that isn't net flicks. The obvious winner so far in the streaming wars the word term. We're not supposed to use Is clearly a set of netflix's is clearly disney. Plus i think that speaks to two specific things one brand recognition and and kind of filling a need and in that situation disney plus provides endless entertainment for kids and it provides a safe way place for kids to be this not youtube so freaking out but what their kids are watching at a very low cost into. I think it speaks to the fact that disney can overall you know spend less on the idea of of like marketing for cost acquisition and they can just spend less on having to tell people at disney plus because within fifteen months people figured out disney and i think the big thing will see over the next few years is warnermedia in nbc universal and buy com cbs. Just to name a few are gonna have to figure out how to make peacock and it feel max and paramount plaza really resonate with consumers without reiterating over and over again. What it is. they're paying for. Yeah i mean disney. We all sort of got what it was right away. And they had the mandalorian which was a huge hit and people talked about and they had hamilton which i think didn't get enough coverage but it definitely spiked Their stuff the summer so also when they stopped giving away free trials and now they have one division This is really the most crucial question to ask you. One division or mandalorian. Where where do you come down. Oh man that's like choosing children You know there is definitely a correct answer. There is definitely a better kid in this group. I mean the answers born division. That is correct. That is correct that and by the way. I'm not a marvel fan boy. Seen most of it now just because i i have to. It's my favorite marvel thing by far. I think it'd be hard to wash if you didn't consume any marble but it's great and it's so much better than i thought it was going to be. Good for you julia. You're invited back again. You don't want to do. You wanna hedge that at all. In case you have angry mandalorian star wars people coming out. You say it's even more impressive considering that it was supposed to be the second or third marvel show to come out because it was so weird that they were worried. But i mean everyone loves it and finally we have appointment. Tv at three in the morning again. Do they explain why they're putting out new new episodes at three in the morning eastern time. They told cnn that it was the best time on a global scale is global. But it's also funny that we're talking about it with disney plus. When flexes done this for years they always drop it at midnight. Pacific time three dropped a whole new season. Yeah yeah and they are still. They're still clinging to that. Okay so let's talk about the two latest slash last entries in the streaming wars discovery plus came out. I was not very enthusiastic about it. Not from a programming. Since i just didn't think it filled a need. It looks like it's done better than people might have thought that the number fuzzy. We don't exactly know how they perform. But tell us what you think about discovery plus early on. I wrote about this week over at the verge that it is my favorite going to streaming service. It is in my apartment every single day from it. Am till six seven pm and it's because they've done two things really well. They have created background noise. In a way that i don't have to think about it once it's on it's the perfect form of ambient tv or referred. Its waiting room television. You kinda put it on. You forget it's there. You check in on snow while but the fact that i can go and choose from house interest channel or diners dives and drive in channel and just leave it and not think about it has created an ambulance so they really love during the pandemic. An i keep referring to it as it's done for adults what disney plus for kids which is. If you don't wanna watch frozen over and over again i do watch how centers over and over again have on the background And so. I think i know that they really were. They had this whole theory about like people are gonna come back to us. Good sir favorite shows in the watches over and over again. And i think part of it is like yes in the sense that i like having house centers on the background and therefore it fulfils that need but also think they really don't get enough credit for figuring out passive television allen constant scale without ads playing for me if i have the app plan and it is the greatest discovery. I've had a string lies in the last six months.

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Tiger Woods recovering after grisly Los Angeles car crash

NBC Nightly News

01:18 min | 1 year ago

Tiger Woods recovering after grisly Los Angeles car crash

"We're back with an update on tiger woods after he was transferred to a new hospital in los angeles. Here's miguel almaguer after. His transferred is cedar sinai in los angeles. There's been no update on tiger woods condition or his long term prognosis. The forty five year old golfing legend last listed in serious but stable condition following a rollover crash that could have cost him his life. He's in for a long recovery. Whether or not he requires other surgeries will depend on how fast the fractures heal with a rod in pin stabilizing his shattered leg woods. Injury is similar to the high impact. One suffered by pro soccer star. Steve zaku johnny who also fractured his tibia and fibula. My leg was pointing in two directions. He was sidelined for fifteen months of grueling rehab. It never returned him to top four to its day. I know that a sensation in the of my right foot is one hundred percent as woods focuses on his recovery here. Investigators are focused on why he crashed. Authorities say there were no signs of breaking as woods drifted out of his lane and plowed into an embankment. Answers will take time as will the road to

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No. 19 Creighton rolls past No. 5 'Nova behind Zegarowski

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

No. 19 Creighton rolls past No. 5 'Nova behind Zegarowski

"Ninety three Creighton won for the sixth time in seven games by ripping number five a little over eighty six seventy Marcus Carrasquillo scored a season high twenty five points I just try to stay dresses you know as much as possible you know whereas score whether that's making plays for my teammates soon no the shots you know failure I thought that my teammates you know got me going really really well early on they found me in which open things up for them as well Mitch ballock had seventeen of his twenty points in the second half Bolick made three of his six three pointers during a thirteen to run that that extended the blue jays advantage to sixty seven forty eight it was Creighton's first win over a top five opponent since beating Villanova in February two thousand eighteen Justin Moore a twenty one point to the Wildcats worst loss in fifteen months I'm Dave very

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COVID-19 Relief Bill Could Stave Off Historic Wave Of Evictions

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:49 min | 1 year ago

COVID-19 Relief Bill Could Stave Off Historic Wave Of Evictions

"Unless there's more help from congress coming. Millions of americans who rent their homes could be evicted in the middle of the winter. We don't know if the covid relief bill will be approved. Congress negotiated for seven months struck a deal and then the president called it a disgrace. But what's in this legislation that could help renters. Npr's chris. arnold has been looking into. Good morning chris. hey oil. what's in the relief bill. That could help people from being evicted. Well there's twenty five billion dollars for rental assistance. We haven't seen that before. And that goes to states and cities renders apply. The money goes to the landlords. And the money's supposed to go to people who need it. The most based on recent income the bill also extends unemployment benefits and twelve million. Americans are set to lose those unemployment benefits the day after christmas. That would just be a colossal disaster. So avoiding that prevents a lot of addictions to i talked to christina resolves with texas hauser's. It's a low income housing nonprofit and it's in texas where we've seen thousands of victims happening already. She says this bill is a big help. it will provide relief to millions of people who've been struggling to pay rent. Tenants can qualify for up to fifteen months of rental assistance. So tenants who are behind six seven eight. Nine months of rent could be covered by. What's in this bill. She says that twenty five billion dollars is not going to be enough. That's gonna need to be replenished but you know it's a good start also there's a question mark. How long will this take to get up and running. And that's going to depend a lot on the state and the city. Now this bill is i understand. It also extends in order from the c. d. c. That's supposed to prevent evictions because that is a bad thing to happen during pandemic but it only extends it for a month through the end of january. He's really going to help. I think the hope from the housing advocates here is that once the biden administration gets in that this will get extended further into the future and also strengthened because the cdc orders a little flimsy. And and it's not working a lot of places. People are still getting evicted. The cdc could also extend this by itself with doesn't need another act of congress also. Interestingly the rules of the rental assistance program appear to require that the renter is still in. The property has not been evicted yet. So that creates a pretty powerful incentive not to kick people out. If i'm a landlord. And i'm owed five months of back rent. That's a strong incentive to keep the person there so you put all this together. It's a pretty powerful package. That should help a lot of people. You've been talking to people who are at risk of eviction or who are going to show a lot of background. Tell me what you've been hearing. Well i talked to one person in seattle who after losing her job as a hairstylist. Owes ten thousand dollars in back rent. It's definitely a relief for me. That's on a braxton husband also had his hours cutback and they've got two kids. I mean obviously the timing is significant just because it is christmas this week so i just able to be like okay like we can still get certain things for christmas. We can do this. We'll still be okay. We're still going to be afloat. And what about landlords. Who haven't been getting rent money. How are they reacting well. Landlords have been complaining throughout the pandemic that looked like these various eviction moratoriums. But who's going to pay the rents if the tenants not paying the rent. Well now there's twenty five billion dollars to pay the rent and landlord groups. That i talked to are very happy about that. The bill though as we've been reporting has hit this last minute. Snag that the president's but attacking it so we're just going to have to see what happens there for sure. Npr's chris arnold. Thanks chris we appreciate it. Thanks and well

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New Bike Trail Will Highlight Nature Areas Along Houston’s Sims Bayou

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

New Bike Trail Will Highlight Nature Areas Along Houston’s Sims Bayou

"Work is just starting on a new segment of houston's by greenway trails while people in southwest houston will have a new place to hike and bike transportation reporter. Gail delattre says the project will also serve another need. The houston parks. Board is building a six mile extension of sims bayou trail. It starts at scott street and extends west. Buffalo speedway also connects with three local parks. Houston parks board president. Beth white says a greenspace along the trail. Also help with drainage when it rains heavy it is a natural ecosystem and we need to learn to live with water and respect what that ecosystem needs to do. The new sims value segment is a longest section. They've constructed at one time on the by ukraine weights network. The cost is eight point. Five million dollars. It should take about fifteen months to finish on gale to lauder in. Houston

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Remembering Diego Maradona: football legend dies aged 60

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:19 min | 1 year ago

Remembering Diego Maradona: football legend dies aged 60

"Argentina has declared three days of national mourning following the death of diego. Maradona very arguably. The greatest footballer of all time at the age of sixty upwards of a million people are expected to pay their respects kosovo's on the presidential palace in buenos aires his monocle. Twenty four obituary away from the outside. But you're legion for dead outside for dead epoch. whatever he did look like. It wasn't a footballer. He was short about five foot. Five and stocky. He seemed as wide as he was told. If you had to guess which field of athletics he would succeed in. It might be weightlifting or wrestling if you met him. This opinion might well be reinforced in no realm. Did he seem at home. With as or graces diego armando murder donahue was born on october thirtieth nineteen sixty in la news just south of buenos iras. His childhood was spent in the shantytown of via we to on the argentine capital's outskirts. He was spotted early. He was fifteen when he made his premier division debut in nineteen seventy six. He was sixteen the first time he wore the blue and white stripes of argentina in nineteen seventy seven though he was omitted from the argentina side. Which won the world cup at home in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. He became the world's most expensive footballer in one thousand nine hundred eighty two moving to barcelona after starring in that year's world cup in spain. Barcelona knew what they were getting despite aggressive. If not brutal man-marking maradonna was magnificent. But he had his limits against brazil. Argentina's caused lost. He was sent off for a foul which appeared calculated to cut brazilian defender. Battista in tune. Things did not go well at barcelona. Maradonna was ill injured eventually dumped after just two seasons following his ignition of an almighty brawl in the one thousand nine hundred four. Copa del rey. Final against athletic. Bilbao tennis patio for another world record fee. He was transferred to napoli. He led an ordinary team to extraordinary success to sarah titles are copper italia and uefa cup among others in naples municipal mythology he was regarded as something not far short of godlike. Many are today's neapolitans. born around. That time named diego or diego maradonna also became friendly with certain well known members of the local business community was banned for fifteen months after failing or cocaine test. And slunk away in disgrace. Maradona's jekyll and his hide will always be most famously illustrated by the events of june twenty second nineteen ninety-six at estadio azteca in mexico city. It was a world cup quarter-final so the stakes were plenty high enough anyway. But argentina were playing england. It was four years and eight days. Since argentine forces had surrendered to the british army in the falklands agentina. Tina regarded this game as a rematch argentina. One to one and maradona scored both goals very arguably the two most famous goals of all time. The i was also one of the most outrageous acts of chicanery in sporting history unable to propel himself high enough to get his foreign on miscued clearance by. England's steve hodge. Maradona raised a fist and smack the ball past oncoming england goalkeeper. peter shilton. the ball came back off off neighborhoods argentina a protesting reverie everybody sore but the referee possibly seeking to rub it in maradona later. Slowly credited the goal to a combination of his own head and the hand of god. Four minutes later. Maradonna received a pass inside. Argentina's half then headed for goal both bolting and gliding bewitching and bewildering to bids xlii to read terry butcher and terry fenwick before slotting the enchanted ball past scholten debate about that gulf football possibly seeking to rub that in as well maradonna later. Thank the england players for their gallantry. Less men he suggested would simply kicked him up in the air. It is difficult to believe that this thought did not occur to them. Agentina one thousand nine hundred eighty six world cup. Thanks largely to a dominant performance by their diminutive. Talisman maradonna verged at this point on the supernatural too. The rest of maradona's career played out to the same chorus of astonished applause and resigned. Soy's in nineteen ninety. He very nearly one argentina. Another world cup in one thousand nine hundred four. He was sent home early after failing a drug test. A few more seasons fading football followed then a career. Coaching at clubs of whom few had heard before maradona's turned up to manage them usually briefly. The low light of a short stint in charge of argentina's national side was getting clobbered six one in a world cup qualifier by the generally little feed. Bolivia could beat up saluda. Neither maradona's personal life nor public conduct became synonyms for probity and dignity. He received a suspended jail sentence for shooting for journalists with an air rifle outside his home in buenos iras on a return visit to naples. He had the to rolex watches. He habitually wore seized by local police as part payment for the thirty million euros. He still owed the italian treasury in taxes but no stupidity he perpetrated off the field ever quite included the memory of the miracles. He performed honored. There are those athletes who have the power to change a contest. Above and beyond their ability colossal though it may be space benz and time slows around them. The very fact of their presence alters things that charisma their reputation that half second of doubt they instill in their opponents. They are of that caliber. For whom a gain more race is half one before it even starts you. Think event and center hussein. 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3 Lessons (and Mistakes) to My First 6-Figures

The Art of Online Business

04:08 min | 2 years ago

3 Lessons (and Mistakes) to My First 6-Figures

"All right. Welcome back to the show my friend. So pumped to be here with you today, I am feeling good Hobart go well with you. So much going on in the business right now, you heard the whole concept of you have growth like seasons of growth periods of growth or even years of growth in your business versus like seasons a building or years of building. Twenty twenty has been definitely a year of building where I'm investing in new things for the business. Recruiting new program, which I've been talking about here on the PODCASTS which launches in November which I'm super pumped about it's called offer to optimized, and this is going to be unlike any program that you've seen online. It's going to be so awesome. I can't wait to talk more about it as we get closer to that accelerator my accelerator program has never admits thriving right now. It's so so gay people getting amazing results in there I just love what everyone's up to and they're. The team is growing. We have a new website launching new copy new messaging like so much fun in addition to all that. Now, totally geeking out with up leveling my game a little bit not getting too crazy but with video and just you know the camera and the lighting and E. Cam pro and you can't live and all that stuff. So. I'm learning I am so not a techie person and it takes me a while to figure that stuff out but having a good time with it because it just. Doing some new things here which I think that. You guys are really GonNa like in a lot of comes from what you guys are asking your guys asking for something different. In the way of how things are delivered and. That's what we're doing here, and we're also a number of this is episode number four, hundred, thirty, seven, for note, four, thirty, six, four, hundred, eighty, six episodes, and we're just getting started so good times and hope that you doing super super well, right now also. All right. So today I want to get into three things I realized I've never done this type of episode before and I really want to share with you three things that I did in my business to hit my first six figures and that was really fortunate that so I started this online business in January of twenty fourteen. Now, I have talked about that. You know the initial journey where I left the Corporate World September thirty two, thousand twelve not that I remember exactly what I laughed and walked out the door. But I fumbled around for fifteen months almost a year and a half. I had no idea what I was doing in. So it wasn't until January twenty fourteen that I had hired a coach and I started to get traction the business and so forth. So I, was Really. Fortunate in that first year and that very first year one, hundred, ten, thousand dollars in the business and so there were three very distinct things that I did in order to hit that I also made a ton of mistakes along the way. But today I wanNA share with you three really big mistakes that I've made that year so that you can avoid those mistakes and also learn from what worked for me that first year. And so the very first thing I did is I defined the heck out of my audience. I defined my audience super super clearly. So back then like I do now, I decided to serve online entrepreneurs specifically course creators people who are doing webinars and I really really dug into things like what challenges did they have. Where were they now now that? Almost seven years ago. Where are they now meaning this is where they at with point a, and then where do they want to get to which is point be? and. So defining what that gap is and then really being clear on okay. What are their challenges and then what is the future point be where they want to get to? What is that look like and then how can I help them? achieve that.

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Democrats call for Congress to rein in, break up Big Tech

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Democrats call for Congress to rein in, break up Big Tech

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a house panel calls for Congress to rein in big tech Democrats on the panel of the house Judiciary Committee or calling for Congress to consider breaking up four of big tech's dominant giants after a fifteen month investigation four hundred fifty page report says Google has monopoly power over internet search Facebook has social networking monopoly power and Amazon and apple have significant durable market power in U. S. online retail mobile operating systems and mobile apps stores Republicans on the panel didn't sign on to most of the recommendations they offered their own report calling for targeted enforcement of existing anti trust laws Mike Rossio Washington

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"fifteen months later" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

12:35 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen months later" Discussed on WJR 760

"Talked about how the inspector general looked at twenty nine different warrants yes secret warrants that were done every single one was flawed in every single one and he wrote this column the epidemic of non compliance James call me left behind still ails the FBI and he writes here the record of F. the FISA compliance under call me and current FBI director Chris Wray is leadership is so deficient that it undermines the F. B. I.'s ability to achieve its accurate standard for a FISA applications end of quote Horowitz warned in a an extraordinary memo made public on Tuesday in the FBI's former chief of intelligence Kevin Brock who served under prior director Robert Muller said the new IG findings add to the body of evidence that Comey's tenure at F. B. I. was infected with the record of non compliance and I'm reading this because they E. uses the exact same words you when I Erica views terrorist with a moment in the metals findings are reflective of a careless and negligent cold sure that was allowed to grow under call me's leadership was talking about this for years yep he said the FBI agents who pursued the Aronian spies warned against trump adviser Carter page were able to take advantage of a system that was already broken yeah when the I. G. discovers a pattern of FIC affidavits in national security cases where the allegations are not cooperated or substantiated then it starts to explain why call me steam thought that they could obtain a FISA warrant on page without any real facts because nobody was checking and a vote them the last years produced a long line of inspector general findings that have undercut Comey's carefully manicured claims that is empty I live by the rule of law on his watch from June of twenty thirteen to may of twenty seventeen call me had claimed the F. B. I.'s conduct in the Russia collusion case was above reproach but in December Horowitz disclosed that the FISA warrant did call me himself approved to start spying on the trump campaign was riddled with errors on cooperated information another misconduct and the FISA court officially declared that it has been miss Ladd and it's important to bring this out and by the way Republicans should be pounding on this because I know right now that because a corona virus we're in an extremely serious the situation both medically for people's health and for the economy but we cannot forget the abuses and we cannot forget what the opposition and what the Democrats have done and members of the Obama administration had done over the years that is completely and totally reckless creating a culture of not following the rules yes and something that I thought I had always hoped that when it came to secret warrants understanding how important secret warrants are when it comes to what because why did they really exist they exist because of terrorism to see the non compliance the culture well rocked inside the FBI and as for which pointed out eight different areas eight different field offices they looked at it was across the board it was a culture of rock and not obeying the rules and regulations when it came to secret warrants secret warrants think about this folks le let used to care about warrants now used to care about justification of war see a lawn or made a big deal over it over the last thirty five years for and here you have the FBI not just in the Carter page case but in so many different cases that just said to hell with the rules and regulations and this comes when we're talking about secret warrants were the safeguards we're supposed to be there and then D. integrity was supposed to be beyond reproach and there you had called me smug call me up there talking lying to the American public because as far as I'm concerned he lied yeah oh no no no no the the the precautions that we take are just unbelievable and believe me when when a FISA warrant is issued we know about these things it's extremely rare it's extremely extremely rare so rare that yes all the protocol is is followed he was lying he was lying okay remember I I have to throw this into because when when you when we were just discussing that it's extremely rare the number of FISA warrants that were issued in twenty seventeen was down dramatically from twenty sixteen is that culture exist you we asked this question yesterday inside the FISA courts itself not just in the justice department because what we said was that it it doesn't matter if you go back to the whole Lois Lerner thing and and amber was the rogue agents in Cleveland that we're making decisions about whether or not you know they certain groups we're going to get a a a nonprofit exemption or whatever day it was and we were told by the administration the Obama administration it was a couple rogue agents that made that those decisions and we we said wait a minute we're not trying to make the claim that it was a direct order from the top down but at the very least we do know that there is a a tone a culture that is in place again doesn't have to be a conspiracy theory we're not talking about people being on the phone that's a fairly being on the phone with each other every morning planning or plotting we're talking about a culture which is worse because when you have that culture and it thrives then it is across the board it goes across the entire spectrum of the intelligence community I am this case the FBI under by James Comey and not just a tone that was set by that administration but also by the very leadership of the FBI which was at that time director James Comey but then you look at a number of things again and we question okay what about the FISA courts it could be a lazy rubber stamping thing but I have to ask the question is that cultural life look we we just look at the number of judges out there on federal judges that clearly are are you know believe one way versus the other way I mean forget about it being trump it's it's a culture it doesn't matter trump's the enemy at the moment remember he's Hitler now someone else another Republican will be Hitler later as bill Maher pointed out the other guys were Hitler then this guy's really killer well it's the current guys really Hitler and the point being is that they all have an agenda at some point and how dangerous does that make the entire system or or the process of the FISA court you're not you you mentioned it yesterday and you set it up awhile back that if we're at this point even though we support the idea of FISA courts and it's tragic that we have to say that odd that the or say this we have to suspend that program until we can have greater assurance that there isn't that kind of culture or environment to breed that kind of culture what were were is the safeguards because when you see when you read this when we brought this to yesterday in another article but John Solomon writes this fifteen months later the justice department's inspector general blew a hole in Colby's representation that you know that that of of as he said before that it's extremely labor intensive the the compliance in the top tier program that protects American civil liberties by ensuring evidence is very carefully scrubbed that's what call me told house members in a closed door deposition back in twenty eighteen he was full of you know what Hey right fifteen months later the justice department's inspector general blew a hole in Comey's representation his review of warrant applications in more than two dozen FISA cases I believe it was twenty nine different cases over the last five years found that every single one of them failed to meet the requirements of the woods procedures which mandate the compilation of documentary evidence in support of each fact in a warrant application the G. Justin state the fact you backed it up well you look at this and you say well wait a minute isn't it the judges are supposed to be asking the questions which which got to the point of what we asked a long time ago are they just rubber stamping it well because it's not necessarily about making a court decision on you know whether it's you know this person is guilty or not we're talking about the warrant process yeah okay we're talking about just being able to to have enough simply to pursue something not even true we're not talking about prosecutorial of movement here or actions here we're talking about just saying okay there's enough here to go you know beyond and and look into where this person or set of persons without violating their rights because this is what the process is about but if it's lazy Loper of rubber stamping or a culture or combination of both then it's dangerous I've never served one minute in the legal profession not one minute mmhm I've never been a lawyer I've never been a judge but I can tell you one thing that if I'm in charge of secret warrants I'm not a judge and I understand the seriousness of it yeah and I understand as a judge the seriousness of the fact that when we do something that in any other area of of criminal activity is viewed as unconstitutional then I'm gonna make damn sure as a judge but I don't trust any law enforcement person who comes before me I only trust the evidence that you have to back up the allegations that you're making in order for me to sign that secret warrant has that secret warrant is on my body yes yes my name's on that secret warrant right and so if you come before me and you don't have all the I's dotted and T. is crossed I'm gonna be asking questions and then it gets to the point and again from somebody who has never served in the legal profession at all and I bet you every lawyer or judge listening right now knows what I'm saying is right because you don't need to be a legal scholar to understand this it's about being thorough in the process and it is about making sure that the process works so then you get to the point all of the F. B. I. coming to you when saying we wish to be able to get a secret warrant to do surveillance on the opposition campaign for president of the United States wow so long while the F. B. I. the the the FBI comi is a complete B. S. are we all know it we all know what now I got this whole thing of what was a higher loyalty yeah well tell me what yeah I mean now that everybody really you you buy the book you realize that you bought a load of manure you understand that you understand who this guy actually is so yes we should criticize him and we should criticize everybody that was involved in that warm process for not doing their their their jobs and I believe they should be disciplined for that somehow right however seriousness it is whatever but people in law enforcement should not be able to get away with that especially when it becomes a culture it's not a mistake not when it's every single warned that you say I want to look at all these words here and every single one is found to be completely different deficient when it comes to documenting the allegations you're making to get that warrant but then it gets all the way up.

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"fifteen months later" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen months later" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Democrats Wallace on hospitals unless they get the dust off the green new deal I'd like to see a demo Senate Democrats tell New York City doctors a nurse but they're filibustering hospital funding and more mask because they want to argue with airlines over their carbon footprint that was the leader of the Senate Mitch McConnell just a few moments ago really calling out the Democrats for what they're doing which is delaying the coronavirus the Wu Han virus aid package because they want to stuff it full of the Democrat goals and agenda items like a sees greeted you deal who better to comment on it then our guest in studio he brave coming in this year that we respect that greatly he's Horace Cooper senior fellow of the national center for public policy research and project twenty one there was much made in a recent press conference of the president's activation but not the implementation of the defense production act what do Americans need to know about it and what should the president do or not do with the defense production act two things the president showed his instincts and I think it's instincts are very solid on this the defense production act was a statute passed in nineteen fifty and by the way it does not empower the president to just come in and take over and the president responded by saying when asked but this was a country where we work on a free enterprise model where we encourage and we incentivize we don't dictate the second part of this is it's no coincidence that the green new deal it's called the green news do you go the last time that we went through a crisis that we got a new deal and I want to make sure your listeners understand it took a long time before the interventions on the part of government work out their own such that people could begin to prosper the Supreme Court in nineteen fifty two in a very famous case that everyone who goes to law school learns about learned that the defense production act in a case called Youngstown steel is not allowed does not allow the president United States to tell a steel company in the middle of a war I'm going to take over your facility and use it however I see fit the Supreme Court said no Mr president Truman in nineteen fifty two you may not do this merely because the Congress has given this statute doesn't empower you to act to take away the free responsibility and authority of private actors to control their resources people in the media claiming that the president can do this or not being truthful or they're ignorant and people who know better ought to be speaking up and saying the same the president's instincts are good on this yeah he he's I think he's had enough slowly I think we're going to see some very different decisions next week on Monday when the fifteen days expires we don't always Cooper last minute we have the horse what would you like to see happen the Monday the fifteen days expires a week from now what would you like to see coming out of the White House so I would like to hear the administration tell everyone that unless you are in a category of a compromised immune system or of a certain age everyone else schools me back to work up go back to work movie theaters and all of the rest and what we're also seeing with the development from our pharmaceutical companies or there are preventative as well as things that we can take that aren't quote vaccines yeah we're going to minimize a lot of this week could buy Easter be back in business without a lot of the consequence in this whole debate about what the Democrats want to add as part of the green new deal to take advantage of this crisis could just be moot yes this is one of the things I addressed on my video yesterday the whole question of the Z. pack the hydroxy corporate queen the these are things that have according to French medical professionals and now certain yes I think that was an option the more on but the national health professionals in certain celebrities seems to work yeah against the Han Chinese coronavirus going to have you back always to talk about the Chinese a hospital they absolutely have some culpability here that this country not only is that right not only that how to sign new spending this and how the mainstream media is actually facilitating that spin in the meantime follow Horace Cooper and his colleagues on Twitter at project twenty one news god bless you thanks for coming in the studio fifty five Sebastian Gorka this is America first of the Salem radio network broadcasting for the respective dot com shoes really factor my friends if you're suffering from daily pain daily aches try this credible products I don't need a script I don't really listen don't need to talking points why because I live it's fifteen months ago it's a public came to me the father and son team we have this incredible product I tried it two weeks later my low back pain issue was resolved and it is still in abeyance fifteen months later my recent knee surgery I got off 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"fifteen months later" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen months later" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Well I'm a single mom of a six month old baby girl and I'm not a hundred percent sure who the father is it's one of two guys and I'm almost positive the guy named Mike is the father okay we had we had some intimate dealings of Hugh week about fifteen months ago and then we stopped seeing each other I mean it could the only other possibility was just one guy ahead of one night stand with but it doesn't quite fit the timely as far as I remember so but it you have he is you're pretty set on just just the one I think it's Mike because I saw him a lot more in it the timeline fits better all right well we do have that you gave us the we got cut it with my gave his information Mike you heard what Jen said what is your side of the story Hey guys yeah I I really don't think I'm the father we we saw each other for a little while but there's there's no way like I use protection Everytime that's just impossible okay so you're both are separated y'all don't see each other at all anymore right now okay we don't all right so Mike this come as a big surprise here it is fifteen proximate fifteen months later that you're getting this phone call yeah well I mean I saw on I I saw on the ground that she was pregnant awhile back and I just you know I don't really think anything of it because I I knew that it there's no way it could be mine so you know not really all right so but you so Mike are if you're that copy you have you're going to agree you both agree to take the paternity test correct sure I'll take it okay and Michael I got a now what happens if this baby is yours I have no plans being a father I'm not interested at all all right next okay as honest I am against all right so we have Mike engine back on the phone with us good morning guys hello all rights are you Jen you had a couple days think about it you said there was another guy they hope that with time to close the time but it these are the time I doesn't really work out but you're like ninety nine percent sure it's Mike has that changed at all I'm pretty sure it's Mike yeah okay you both have that well I guess Mike has been to the testing center might be there yeah I'm here okay everything went alright yeah they were fine okay and you are on the record Mike for saying that you do not think that this is your baby you are in no position or interest to be a father has any of that last yeah I was very careful and because I know that I don't want to be it at all so I'm not worried at all okay all right well we do have the results we have not seen these and we know this is accurate ninety nine point four percent basically it's what it is what it is case everything but it are you guys ready yeah right here go me open this all right Mike when it comes to six month old you are not the father thank god really all we really yes he is not the father well I I I knew it I knew it man what a relief she is she's way through clean should kind the anaconda not for make also on the phone still engines right here out yeah I know we don't see each other anymore so okay get him into the first your recently you don't know what you're missing that little girl is amazing your lan which is not mine so it doesn't matter what it be inserted or just out of the news and canyons with such a jerk about it the mobile Juergens relieved I I you know you should US liberal left maybe you know okay deal with you know what I mean when I was seven years Mike stop talking you were good for you you found out what you wanted to hear clearly Jan did not hear what she wanted to hear but you know what Jen I think it's best that you're not tied to him either so thank you all very much for joining us thank you yeah I agree and then let's go Jennifer might even go but Jen let us know if you need help I guess this this other guy right I think so okay well let's know if you need any help and good luck with everything thank you only.

Mike
"fifteen months later" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen months later" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"We are in the morning when he's extension one of seven five PZL paternity results coming up in just a few seconds but in case you missed it when the couple join us a few days ago this is what happened well I'm a single mom of a six month old baby girl and I'm not a hundred percent sure who the father is it's one of two guys and I'm almost positive the guy named Mike is the father okay we had we had some intimate dealings of Hugh weeks about fifteen months ago and then we stopped seeing each other I mean it could the only other possibility was just one guy ahead of one night stand with but it doesn't quite fit the time line as far as I remember so but if you have he is you're pretty set on just just the one I think it's Mike because I saw him a lot more in it the timeline fits better all right well we do have that you gave us the we got cut it with my gave his information Mike you heard what Jen said what is your side of the story Hey guys yeah I I really don't think I'm the father we we saw each other for a little while but there's there's no way like I use protection Everytime that's just impossible okay so you're both are separated y'all don't see each other at all anymore right now okay we don't all right so Mike this come as a big surprise here it is fifteen proximate fifteen months later that you're getting this phone call yeah well I mean I saw on I I saw on the ground that she was pregnant awhile back and I just you know I don't really think anything of it because I I knew that it there's no way it could be mine so you know not really all right so but you so Mike are if you're that copy you have you're gonna agreed you both can agree to take the paternity test correct sure I'll take it okay and Michael I got a now what happens if this baby is yours I have no plans being a father I'm not interested at all all right next okay as honest I I guess all right so we have Mike engine back on the phone with us good morning guys hello all rights are you Jen you had a couple days think about it you said there was another guy they hope that with time to close the time but it these are the time I doesn't really work out but you're like ninety nine percent sure it's Mike is that changed at all I'm pretty sure it's Mike yeah okay you both have been well I guess Mike has been to the testing center might be there yeah I'm here okay everything went alright yeah they were fine okay and you are on the record Mike for saying that you do not think that this is your baby you are in no position or interest to be a father has any of that last yeah I was very careful and because I know that I don't want to be a dad at all so I'm not worried at all okay all right well we do have the results we have not seen these and we know this is accurate ninety nine point four percent basically it's what it is what it is confusing but it are you guys ready yeah right here go me open this all right Mike when it comes to six month old you are not the father thank god really all we really yes he is not the father well I I knew it I knew it and what a relief she is she's way through clean should kind the yeah I don't know kind of not for make also on the phone still engines right here yeah I know we don't see each other anymore so okay yeah I can imagine the first your recently you don't know what you're missing that little girl is amazing your lan which is not mine so it doesn't matter what it be inserted board just found out some news and canyons with such a jerk about it the mobile Juergens relieved I I you know you should liberal left maybe you know okay deal with you know what when I was seven years Mike stop talking you were good for you you found out what you want to hear clearly Jan did not hear what she wanted to hear but you know what Jen I think it's best that you're not tied to him either so thank you all very much joining us thank you yeah I agree and then let's go Jennifer might even go but Jen let us know if you need help I guess this this other guy right I think so okay well let's know if you need any help and good luck with everything thank you all right wow that's a lot I alright well we're gonna switch gears here and I'm gonna take out some frustration on no just kidding I am concerned about your health really yeah yeah this is coming but if you're not I think that you have fought me on it some blind siding you probably so right about this is the best way and I'm gonna tell you why and something I just found out you're doing and I have photo evidence what he that's next what it was seven five keys the charity Katie in the morning tension one oh seven five TCL just yesterday I got my W. twos and I'm already good situation because I've been telling you about the true point tax sap you know because life is too short for filling out forms doing calculations in mailing in documentation we can all be done in ten minutes or less with the true point tax apps I download the app that's what I'm using I can't wait to set.

"fifteen months later" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen months later" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"In the morning on the number one hit music station twenty seven five please now all right Katie new year of people have the same problems we have one of our listeners she doesn't know who the father of her daughter is okay and so she's joining us on the phone her name is Jan good morning Jeff chan hi how are you doing great so why that's going on well I'm a single mom of a six month old baby girl and I'm not a hundred percent sure who the father is it's one of two guys and I'm almost positive the guy named Mike is the father okay we had we had some intimate dealings of Hugh weeks about fifteen months ago and then we stopped seeing each other I mean it could the only other possibility was just one guy's head of one night stand with but it doesn't quite fit the time line as far as I remember so but it you have he is you're pretty set on just just the one I think it's Mike because I saw him a lot more in it the timeline fits better all right well we do have that you gave us the we got cut it with my gave his information Mike you heard what Jen said what is your side of the story Hey guys yeah I I really don't think I'm the father we we saw each other for a little while but there's there's no way like I use protection Everytime that's just impossible okay so you're both are separated y'all don't see each other at all anymore right now okay we don't all right so Mike this come as a big surprise here it is fifteen proximate fifteen months later that you're getting this phone call yeah well I mean I saw on I I saw on the ground that she was pregnant awhile back and I just you know I don't really think anything of it because I I knew that it there's no way it could be mine so you know not really all right so but you so Mike are if you're that coffee you have you're going to greet you both agree to take the paternity test correct sure I'll take it okay and Michael I got to know what happens if this baby is yours I have no plans being a father I'm not interested at all all right next okay as honest I I guess all right so we'll get you in touch with our DNA testing center and will put you on hold to get talked our producer gets all set up they can you guys join us in a couple days sure Jim is a good good idea yep all right okay okay we have back on in a few days to have the actual paternity results all right so we might be thinkin we give cats a hard time maybe the owners of the cats we have a hard time yeah today we're going to give you a solid and I mean that a solid reason to get ready or caps today I agree solid you don't want to have to accept seven.

Katie
"fifteen months later" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen months later" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Thanks for spending time with us and welcome into Friday eve beyond the headlines now this morning's might Gavin is here with a look at some of the other stories you'll be talking about this morning good morning well if you've ever wondered whether a waterproof case for your smartphone is worth the investment take a listen to this tale of a lost and found iPhone and iPhone lost in a South Carolina river was found under water fifteen months later and amazingly still functions thanks to waterproof case Erica Bennett said that she and her family were on a river flow tour in June of last year when her phone fell overboard Bennett said her husband G. since search for the iPhone under water bus was unable to find it at that point she soon the phone is gone forever however a man was diving recently when he found the lost phone at the bottom of the river he took the phone out of the case hooked up to a charger and to his surprise it started right up he was then able to contact Erica and return it to her he says the phone screen is a little bit different than it was before but otherwise it's in good working condition wow now these kind of stories Bernie Gordon and I because I've I've talked about this I was sure before but you know I I fell into my pool a couple years ago with my phone in my pocket has in the fall I was in the pool for you know maybe seven seconds right I mean I've left to back out of the pool took the phone immediately out of my pocket dried it off to the right thing the whole thing and the thing was shot I think every it never worked again did you have a water I'm sorry I did not have a waterproof case on to that of course I went and I bought a waterproof case for my future phone after that but then the thing was it was so big and bulky and it it just wouldn't fit my pocket anymore so I stop using it so now I'm back to being regular just if you would clarify for the jury again yeah did you have a waterproof case on the phone when he fell into the pool no Sir I don't thank you for no further questions you're trying to compare apples to oranges here Mike I'm just saying I'm working yeah and I'm I'm just saying that it's it's really annoying if you want to wait I I don't know what brand it was yeah but I bet that that company could do a little something with this I'm sure after fifteen months yeah a self Carolina river press them it is an after. together as you join commercial with him an apple together and we continue going to see a steady influx of dream jobs popping up those summer more dreamy than others the best ones of course don't require you to relocate halfway around the world but it doesn't hurt to check them out anyway especially if they make your what your mouth water like this domino's in Australia is offering one person the chance to become the company's chief garlic bread tester the job which is a soul legit it has its own link didn't listing is everything a garlic bread garlic bread lover would want as you spend seven and a half hours eating garlic bread another domino's products in giving your honest opinion about each of them in the post the company lays out the qualifications needed for the position saying the ideal candidate quote has never met a card they didn't like does not identify as a vampire and has it burn their fingers at least once not being able to wait for the garlic bread to cool down now before you get too excited and quit your job to move down under you need to know this is only a one day job you get paid thirty dollars an hour for the day they get a free hotel stay in Brisbane they'll even fly you home afterward but only if home is in Australia so if you don't think if you think you can make that work the deadline to enter is October seventh clout right so what if they favor employees as part of this my son works at a domino's yes that you might have been in in James Berg in here in central New Jersey you get the friends and family bump their rights and and he could he could live his entire life on garlic bread black and brown along that much of a cartoon nice but for tester just doing the math by the way yeah thirteen hundred dollars roughly for a flight from New York to Brisbane Australia yeah and you're gonna get paid two hundred forty.

Gavin fifteen months thirteen hundred dollars thirty dollars seven seconds one day
"fifteen months later" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen months later" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Done is I think I was about nineteen the littlest thing about yeah I have about how to you know make it right I didn't really have the fourth the hawks yeah you were in downtown so you have something about yeah yeah it was well I mean you couldn't just forget about it right as you knew and they would come back sure and through the years about once a year maybe I think hello this is about thirteen years off through the years like usually think about the fact that there's you know all spring probably that I don't know about I always use the that's that Starbucks brist the person taking my family for I could be like him I have no idea not all like with the no but you never know when I think about it hard like well let the kids this little odd not valid but this difference it's kind of interesting to think about I have this child who had a whole life I knew nothing of the problems I think is going to blow away I need to talk to each other and your mind biological long your biological baths I don't know why it's just very strange thank you guys yeah and I'm like sitting in the middle when you think and I think it's a very interesting conversation as but I am very glad that you chose I've been in the release I'm just wondering how this all is for you coming out here and the point of you meeting eight and for the first time the first sibling or contact the case which part of a this all came to her mental all the older guys real now right before was like this like have a federal thing that I think is the right number for the one of a kind of me I mean is totally optional you don't have to you know it's like did you know how many I had no idea children there are no idea that I don't know how much that information did you know there were any well I knew the risks because so after I do is I stopped because I I think I got a job once you know also and about I think it was like fifteen months later I got a call from the store they asked me to come wells like okay and they told me it was very popular good what a strange way to hear that so do I did for a few more months so that's how I knew there was something.

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