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Chris Christie Goes From Unpopular to Despised With Latest Gaffe
"Was but spanky was kind of the leader of so you can imagine what Chris Christie went through as kid any would honestly who's as wide as he is tall but I don't say that to demean people who have weight issues I have weight issues constantly trying to lose weight I just lost believe it or not I've lost I was 237 pounds mr. it is six feet tall I'm down to 231 I want to get to 220 and that's it my wife says 185 I said not in this lifetime that ain't happening but it was my Christie understanding had the band you know in the tummy and all the rest of it and he's got a I think an issue he's got an issue so of self -confidence so he overcompensates for mark since when did you become a psychologist isn't everybody a psychologist do I have to go to school to be a psychologist and you psychologists who support the show there's no offense I'm sit there and listen with that weird look on your face excuse me that would be a liberal psychologist none of you in the audience all right anyway but Christie's not running to be president because he wants to be a statesman because he wants to be a leader because he has an essential agenda for the nation Christie will not be president he couldn't get elected governor again in New Jersey of his life depended on he's very unpopular but he's reached the point from unpopular to despise and of course like most cards he won't come on this program that's alright but I want you to listen to this he's on CNN and here's what you need to understand most of Sunday these shows except for Shannon Breen of course the lowest of the low lives go on these Sunday shows the lowest of the love the Romney's Romney was under he won't vote for Vivek or Trump he'd vote for Biden instead who asked him who cares well CBS cares Friday I guess they did the reason Romney's not running again is he couldn't get elected in the most Republican or one of the most Republican country we call it Utah so here he is this was Dana Bash there was an IQ of a lobster boiled Dana Bash can anybody tell me why Dana Bash has a program anybody raise raise your hand nobody raises their hand all the intrigue that goes on or used to go on behind the scenes at CNN this one dating this one this one marrying this one this one cheating on this one not Dana I'm not talking about her but all kinds of people there that that that day of course let's listen to this cut five go governor I want to ask about the spike in hate against Jews in the United States you told you the New York Times that you believe former President Donald Trump's quote intolerance for everybody has contributed to the surge in anti -semitism and Islamophobia stop stop here stop here I told you when I thought of what Joe Scarborough said you what the former senator from saying the slob and now Christie that the reason we have all this anti -semitism in America and even Islamophobia is because of Donald Trump literally so in a handful of days on MSNBC Trump wants to execute people Trump Trump is worse than Hitler and Mussolini then we go to CNN and we listen to the Cape Mayorka Chris Christie remember the the remember empty the beach I talked about that Mr. Brutus remember the sperm whale he and the little ones and the wifey beach the beach is cleared out but there he is the sperm whale all by himself of course Christie is a member he doesn't get that decide I get to decide whether he's a member I get to decide whether he's a member he's a member of Fatties United or FU so FU Chris and there he is saying that Trump is responsible go ahead when you show intolerance towards everyone which is what he does yeah you give permission as a leader for others to have their intolerance come out and so you know intolerance towards anyone encourages intolerance towards everyone and that's exactly what's going on he's not qualified to be president he's not qualified to be anything we have a real problem in this country with anti -semitism and to lay that on Trump I can give you an arm's -long list of the things Trump did for the state of Israel and to protect Jewish people in this country I can't tell you thing one Chris Christie has ever done that said we have a real problem with Jew haters in this country with tenured professors were people coming into this country with open border people carrying the Hamas they flag hate Trump they're not gonna vote for Trump for president they're gonna vote for Biden you you and so for this slob to go on CNN and say what says he he just playing to a very small niche out there ladies and gentlemen small niche out there he's running very very hard in one state New Hampshire he's incoming second maybe tip the the scales a little bit and then everybody you start talking about Chris Christie great
Mark Issues a Dire National Warning
"You they have more negative hostile things to saying about the state of israel and how they're trying to defend themselves then the almanats regime in i'm telling you now that israeli leaders i don't care what party i don't care who they are have got to stop praising joe biden not for political reasons here or there but because they're only motivating him and his radical administration to continue to put pressure behind the scenes and now in front of the scenes on that country like no other country has to face all of this is predictable just look at my tweets for the last month or listen to my broadcast for the last month a four -day cease -fire is not going to be a five -day six -day
The Mainstream Media's Plot to Destroy America Exposed
"Republic. That's us. The media doesn't want you to talk about a United States first policy because they're interested in nothing more than a globalist open borders world where everybody can take advantage of the United States and dismantle capitalism and bring their socialist ideas here. It's the whole Soros type plan. That's why they're always pushing for open borders. It's not an accident. It's why the talked Democrats endlessly about demographic destiny. Jim, how many times we played this video and I'm talking about demographic destiny, five, six, at least. I mean, if the Democrats are obsessed with talk about it all the time. Here's what's going to get in their way, though. You have it? Yeah. How long is that video? Like a minute or so? Here, I because this is important. This is what's happening around the world as people start to elect conservative leaders populist and leaders who are saying, hey, we're not doing this immigration stuff anymore. Take care of our own country first. But the Democrats are obsessed with demographic destiny. do How I know it? I just listened to him. Now you can, too. Coming out into the open in a few years, to we're going be a majority brown country. White people will not be the majority in the country anymore. This will be the first ever in American history in which whites will be a minority of the generation at some As of 2007, every year, babies being born in this country, whites now with a minority in 2044. Everyone is going to be a minority. As the demographics change, as white people become the minority in the country, is coming. which Demographics is destiny. Demographics is destiny. Demographics is destiny, right? The country is changing. I've been saying it here. Other people have been saying it here for years now, even before Donald Trump. The is demographics destiny. The white population is declining for the first time in history in America, while the number of multiracial Americans have more than doubled. So we live in a country where the demographics are changing. becoming It's less white. Correct. Okay. You'll be announcing that we're calling the 38 electoral votes of Texas for the Democratic nominee for president. It's changing. It's going to become a purple state and then a blue because of the demographic. Folks, do not be cowed. Do not. There's the left wing activists, progressive sucky liberals love more
Successful People Don't Get Stuck on Failure
"Second year in my business, second year, not first year, not first month, second year in business, my phone didn't ring for two weeks. And a lot of people were saying, what are you going to do? I mean, you know, how are you going to make this work? Your phone's not ringing. What are you going to do? I could have easily quit. I could have easily tapped out right there. And then a few years later, I didn't tap out. It's gradually started growing. And my sixth year in business, I was applying for a building loan because we had plans to build a new building to get out of the garage that we had built the second year in business. And I went to five banks, five banks. They said, no way, no way, no way, no way, no way. And I could have easily thrown in the towel, tapped out right there. But I didn't. The sixth, the bank said, yes. And we were in business. I mean, we were building a building. And I got, you know, I got all the walls built on that building and I hired a contractor and we had to do a lot of, remove a lot of trees and do all the foundational work and all that kind of stuff. But they were putting the walls up and got all four walls up and they didn't have them supported well. And one Saturday they collapsed. Yeah, that's, a lot of people would have thrown in a towel right there because it's just, I don't give up easily. The contractor, it was his fault. He didn't have them supported properly. He fixed it, ended up building the building, blah, blah, blah. So you know, things happen. The list, my list of obstacles and failures go on and on and on and on and on. And successful people, they don't get stuck on failure. Failure is just part of the process to succeeding. And that's what you got to know.
Jordan Peterson Spits Truth on Bill Maher
"Are the victims and as you pointed out if you're a victim then you're morally righteous and even more conveniently if you stand for the victim then you're morally righteous regardless of what you do with your own life and that's pretty much what university students are taught from the time they enter the university classroom and that's how they you know orient themselves morally well and that's at the hands of the radical to left bill and one of the things the Democrats also have to pay the price for I would say is their absolute to draw a line between the moderate Democrats and the extremists they're completely incapable of doing that I've talked to 40 senators and congressmen in the last five years I asked them all the same question including RFK he wouldn't answer either when does the left go too far well we certainly bloody well saw last it month didn't we because it got the oppressor oppression narrative a little mocked up we might say and we're going to consequences that are going to unfold pretty brutally over the next few months now listen he's a hundred percent right that is exactly the mindset of a leftist that is exactly the mindset of a progressive right there is also a good time to remind you by the way of you know the Democrat Party hates America I assume by now you've gotten your copy if you have not gotten your copy what are you waiting for you can grab your limited first edition signed copy of the Democrat Party hates America before they're gone and they will be gone levinsigned .com levinsigned .com that's the website that's the address that's a mr. producer gave me anyway so if I it screwed up it it's on him it's on him not me levinsigned .com is where you go get your limited first edition signed copy of the Democrat Party hates America before it's gone well think about it I mean think about that in the context of the Democrat Party hates America America is the ultimate oppressor America is the ultimate oppressor if you you go to college and you listen to a professor who's not professor
We're 5 Minutes Away From Biden Getting Booted From the 2024 Race
"Serious campaign operatives charge top dollar if the donors go to Biden and say Joey boom bots we are not going to donate to you anymore it's over it doesn't matter if he wants to run he is gonna be out and we are about five minutes away from that happening for a number reasons the guy's polls are terrible and second he as we've said often has oatmeal for brains my wife eats that mush stuff sometimes that like cold oatmeal that's his brain it's like cause not even hot oatmeal it's like mush he can't think straight here Jim queue up for me James Rosen James Rosen is a great reporter he's at the White House yesterday and in probably the first honest question outside of Peter Doocy in the Brady press room in forever I'm not even gonna play the answer cuz you don't even need to hear it Jimmy turns it's dumb she's like a key creature appears it's a question about polls oh yeah we listen to people to dumb answer it doesn't matter you don't need the answer I just want you to listen to the question because she freaked out when Rosen asked this question about the polls know and didn't what to say check this out in February the president conducted an interview with I believe it was Telemundo and he was asked about the dismal state of his job approval ratings and he answered in words to this effect do you know that believes the polling these days and he talked in some detail about the difficulty of getting people on the phone and compiling accurate polling whenever you're asked about the president's dismal job approval ratings you say we're not going to look at polls we look at his accomplishments and yet when you are asked about various domestic policy initiatives you will say these poll very well people support what the president wants to do if you look at the individual subjects on the polling they support what the president's agenda is so once and for all are only certain polls valid in your eyes the ones that support your agenda or is the polling data that shows that president has been stuck for two years at the low 40s and his approval ratings are those valid maybe the greatest question to ever come out of the press room one minute Biden's citing the polls when they reflect nicely or not badly nothing reflects well on Biden but they're just not bad and then when other polls come out showing Biden in a catastrophic freefall black voters Hispanic voters economic public approval border safety oh yeah don't pay attention to the polls the answer was just dumb that's why I didn't bother if to I didn't waste want your time how to cut a minute and you know I don't like clips more than a minute and she's like no no not you're not listening to the people they are clearly disturbed that is lack of mental fitness and here's how I'll prove they're not listening to the people Jim cut 10 this is short it's only a little over 10 seconds Korean John Piers asked about mush brains Biden how this guy obviously has some cognitive deficit it's serious they got folks listen to me and I you know so now if I've ever meant anything on this show I mean this yell at me scream at me I want I don't care it is unethical and immoral to champion someone's cognitive decline it just is refused to do it I do not want to see this guy fall on his face and smash his face open in front of the high world he's an 81 year old man yes he's the single most destructive political force in US history and I wish he'd died but I'm telling you that it is we are potentially minutes or days away from this guy taking a massive tumble down the stairs I'm not kidding and getting seriously hurt it is that bad look at his gate and his shuffle he can't do anything anymore everybody sees it yet here's Karine Jean -Pierre's answer when asked the question the whole world can see about his mental fitness check this out I would put the president's stamina, president's wisdom ability to get this done on behalf of the American people against anyone on any day of the week I mean really man again that's why Karine Jean Jean -Pierre's just a buffoon that's your answer I'm not saying she's got to go up there and go listen my boss is cognitively struggling I guess she's not gonna say that I do of course but just be candid here's how you do it I'm not no I'm serious if you were a PR person they're not gonna take my advisor
The Left's Sinister Plan: They Need You Stupid and Ignorant!
"In an era of shortened attention spans the left is super tactical politically they need people stupid i mean this they need you dumb and ignorant if you're not dumb and ignorant they can never do what they can do you know what i don't wanna go out of order let's but let's go anywhere jim cut six if you would bill maher uncovered here's what i mean wanted for years to use emergency powers to be able to shut down the economy to show you what they can do when they're in charge fully weaponizing the economy shutting down sectors they don't like they have craved this power forever covid was the perfect vehicle to do it but what's the catch the catch with covid was simple it was never gonna work if you didn't believe covid was the biggest threat to your life ever so they can't have smart people because smart people would like well what's the fatality rate what's the or not how infectious is this that's what conservative ass gas they and were like wait we shouldn't shut the economy down for this thing is bad it's definitely gonna kill some people and that's horrible but this isn't worth shutting down the whole economy cost -benefit dumb liberals were like no way this is the deadliest thing ever it kills a thousand percent of people it's not even possible it doesn't ten thousand percent it's the deadliest virus ever folks it's like hantavirus and Ebola it's like that Dustin Hoffman virus from but outbreak what does that move tapa or whatever the hell it was this is the worst thing ever if you fell for that because you're dumb and because some charismatic lefty told you that you were doing a public good by sitting in your house and while rotting away this virus that had a fatality rate it turns out now which I'll get to later the in show when people under 70 of only 0 .07 they need you to be stupid people like Malay and Trump who cracked through the stupid divide and people start to listen to them they're afraid of that that's why it's not the policies that bother them it's the threat to their power from them play Bill Maher talking about exactly this Bill Maher is a lefty by the way we all know that he's not our friend but once in a while he'll stumble on the truth here's Maher talking about how liberals are just morons that don't know a damn thing about covid check this out but what about liberals you know the high information by the science people? In a recent Gallup survey Democrats did much worse than Republicans in getting the right answer to the fundamental question what are the chances that someone who gets covid will need to be hospitalized the answer is between one and five percent forty one percent of democrats thought it was over fifty percent another twenty eight percent put the chances of twenty to forty nine so almost seventy percent of Democrats are wildly off on this key question and also have a greatly exaggerated view the of danger of covid 2 and the mortality rate among children I'm gonna get back to that point later but I'm serious when I tell you this you you know I know don't like liberals I'm not hiding it liberals listening you don't like me either that's fine we don't have to like each
Nova Hardscapes' Nasir Acikgoz on Thriving in Uncertain Times
"Think right now the way the economy is the way things have let's say slowed down the way interest rates have risen Politics, okay world governments and all this stuff that's going on They they you know, I feel it in the air that people just want to like curl up, you know And and they don't want to continue to push in a certain way It's kind of like let me hold all my money whatever I have left and I'm not gonna let it go, you know But you have to invest to create if you don't invest you can't create don't be scared to do that when it comes to what he's selling but My question for you is all of this stuff that's going on and you are full throttle you have I see you in the venture 36 -foot venture with quad 500 Merc's And you're flooring the throttles Why do you feel that way? When it comes to that, are you scared about anything that's coming up or you just go based off of off of what? Opportunity vision what I I don't stop I go full throttle all the time and What drives me that when I wake up I think I said I mean God has a plan and I believe in God and I I in he says it work be honest work and it's gonna happen and In this country opportunities are limitless. I mean, there's no limit. There's no There's no product you're gonna say all about people are yes, they're they're holding off They're not gonna they're you know, they're not gonna spend I will never think that way I still keep bringing and I'm gonna bring it We're gonna invest as a matter of fact The green industry has an advantage one of the biggest advantages that I've noticed is if the people are stressed They're stressed with things politics and all that how do they relax of course they go they do sports and stuff One of the things they'd relax is they work in the garden. They work in the backyard They work, you know, they do things or just looking at plants to look at plants. What did what does it do to you relaxes you? One of the things that I'm realizing because we do a lot of pool pools and you know Like we sell a lot of natural stone for pool pool decks and pool coping like for pool products That business is still booming because During the pandemic, obviously people were spending time outside and whatnot But also after the pandemic still that kept going it never stopped And the green industry picked up right right during the the pandemic. Yeah, it keeps going crazy boom Yes, it's still going. Yes. It's a little bit see slow down a little bit, but it's not gonna stop Nobody's gonna stop buying things. Well, we saw wasn't normal first of all. Yeah, it was out You know, it wasn't normal normal growth, you know normal growth year over year at least for me was 20 20 percent growth Correct, maybe 25. So I was able to do 20 to 25 percent more than I did the previous year Let's say that's normal. That's normal average, you know, but you have guys that went up a hundred two hundred three hundred percent in two years You know, so it's just a lot like even the the smaller landscapers they were used to doing, you know Three four hundred thousand dollars to say a small landscaper and a lot of them crossed a million in in two years I know, you know the Amelia 1 .5 to 2 .5 and how did that happen because of this crazy boom? So now what they're seeing is the slowdown effect a lot of people weren't prepared for this to slow down They weren't they didn't let's say understand what was going on or see what was going on And they didn't think it was gonna, you know finish so I hope everyone put you know something away for For this if not, you're gonna learn the next one. You need to yeah, you need to save obviously I'm not saying you need to spend everything but you know It's a cycle then the economy is a cycle four years five years up and then four year five years down four years So if you don't invest when it's down Obviously within your you know budget and and and means and means You're not gonna gain when it picks up again So what I'm doing is when it's up you keep investing anyway when it's down you keep going Obviously, I'm not in I'm investing. I'm actually reinvesting per se Not so aggressively as I did it during the pandemic because the demand was huge. Yeah, you saw it's still going I'm still going like I'm like, okay, so I was adding maybe five products back then but now I'm adding one two But I keep adding because I'm trying to prepare myself for the next rush. Yep, you know Hopefully we'll see those numbers again, but you know, it's gonna be tough. You'll see those numbers as more people use
Nasir Acikgoz of Nova Hardscapes Is Making Products That Last Forever
"Lot of let's say garden centers that are Available to buy rock or to sell rock that they can buy from it's the normal, you know Six different rocks and that's what it is. So when you're when you're a landscaper you're thinking about designing something and You're you're limited to that unless you go online and you might see something that inspires you. But where do you find it? Yes, you know, so that's why I'm glad that you're here today because you know There's people like you out there that that feel the need to bring in something for the higher quality You know of higher quality and that product that will last forever Yes, and just the different thing that the sky's the limit when it comes to limit to just everything sky's the limit what I'm you know No, what I love what I love about you is you're not just buying it from a distributor you are the manufacturer You are the importer. Yeah annually the strip. You are the man. I can't thank you You're the guy to if I was in the rock space I would want to have you as my contact because all I got to do is call you That's it. And if let's say let's say with the pandemic, I'm sure you went through this I went through this and I was able to help out a lot of my clients You had clients. Hey, man, are we gonna be okay with this rock? You know the war going on over there and when Ukraine or whatever. Hey, look, we're we only have so much left of this Do you want it? I'm gonna hold it for you. Boom. We'll send it over direct Yeah, you know your good customers those guys have really come through for you Yes, you were able to do so much and foresee the future because you have all these contacts around the world You know how powerful you know, what power moves you sure you guys were able to make some power moves Just with all the product and a I want all this and give me this and give me that I'm sure that that went down You know, the thing is you mentioned it during the pandemic the shipping rates That was the biggest challenge in the way. Oh, they went way up some times for right Time no some yeah sometime for and then and then some of them times eight. Wow. Yes So you're paying twenty thirty grand a container together, you know some countries. Yes Imagine I'm bringing pebbles. Mm -hmm, and I'm selling it as certain amount per bag. Mm -hmm or per ton. Mm -hmm and and And a nursery calls me or the distributor calls us and Says look are you gonna be able to bring it because the pandemic the shipping rates we already know because they already bring other products To they already know the problem I'm like, look, I'm gonna take the risk. I'm gonna bring it. I'm a businessman. I have to have the product Yes, and I remember even one of the nursery owners told me Nasir I think you should wait until it cools down. I said to him you would have still been waiting Yeah, and I told him I can't wait. I have to bring it. I'm a supplier for I'm gonna you know Manufacturer for all these color clients that I had but I'm gonna give him an option. Look I have it available The price is four or five times more You know, it's here, but it's here. Yeah, you wanna make it work. Yes, you know what happened the containers They were not even coming. I mean they weren't they weren't they weren't even here yet. That's here I need ten pallets. That's here. I need five pallets. That's it. I'm like, look, are you sure? This is the price you and even the person who told me that you know and that's you gotta wait Are you sure because this is the price I'm not me, you know, I want you to know Just so you know because sometimes you know, it lands and start on a seat I thought it was the last price, you know, they tried to you know, get a better price from you It's in the nature of the business. Yeah, of course That I couldn't keep anything in stock.
We're Digging Deep Into Nasir Acikgoz's Journey to the American Dream
"So talk to me you're you are from Turkey that you were telling me I'm from Turkey originally. How did you end up here? Well Right after college finishing undergraduate undergrad in Turkey in electronics engineering. Okay, I talked to my father You know father I said, you know, I just want to go to America United States. He said to me Okay, but why United States you want to learn English? Yes, I want to learn English, but there's England here, huh? Right here three hours away. Why do you want to go all the way to 12 hours with plane? I said, I love the American culture I left the American, you know American dream the the colleges their lifestyle and this was all in the this was in the 1996 okay when I graduated from my from college and I graduate college a little bit earlier I was nineteen nineteen and a half years. Wow. Yes, man. Thank you. I Started going to school like five and a half years old because they had that like a program there different programs at that time They allowed kids to to be the first graders. Yeah to accelerate. Yeah, I took advantage of that and Thank God I passed all the grades, you know, I never missed anything. So as a matter of fact, I'm a third year of college I told my dad this, you know, hey, I want to go to the United States, please, you know, would you will you support me? He's so what you told me Whatever you do son. I'm gonna support you. Mm -hmm. So right after college I started applying to college. I mean the you know, yeah colleges for MBA program Okay, because I said I want to do MBA. I want to do master's in business administration If you ask me why because it was the hit thing in Turkey at that time if you have your Engineering background. I mean undergrad and then you have the MBA all the companies all the corporate guys, you know They want you and especially from the United States, you know the MBA so I had two friends in Orlando Back then and I applied other states as well And one of the guys in Orlando called me, you know, he said look Nasir I know you're applying to other states. We have the house here. We have you know, the dorms everything Yeah, the dorms and everything and and we know people in the college will help you out and we love you come over We'll hang out, you know first I was hesitant I said, you know, I'm gonna go there instead of learning English right away And now we're gonna be hanging out Turkish people, you know, so I had that doubt Yeah, from my town, yes, we know their families my dad knows their dads and but my father told me look It's better to know someone there when you start off and then you don't like it you move somewhere else It's easy, you know easier. It breaks the ice. It breaks the ice So I said, okay, so they send me the application from it's called seminal community college. Okay, it's where the Seminoles India All speakers English all like, you know, and you didn't know any English at this point very very little you speak it Very well. Yeah, I practiced there so much, you know, they applied to college community college. I said, oh, it's a community college It's not a it's not a university and my friends told me look, you know, it's this little college close by to our house It doesn't matter if you call you you're just gonna learn English and here there's no Turkish people only there were some Latins like Puerto Ricans. Yeah, a lot of Puerto Ricans. You're in Orlando. Yeah, that's the Puerto Rican capital. Puerto Rican capital. Yes Back then it was like this 1996 1997. So I loved the idea. I said, okay, no problem So we I applied and they said, okay, no problem. You can start the English as a second language program. I started going there Yes, I was the only Turkish guy. So I had no option but to learn the language So I loved it. So I said, you know what? I'm just gonna stay here I'm not gonna move anywhere else and I started getting to know people Okay I had I met a lot of people there and we started hanging out even though our English all of our our English were a Little bit, you know, like it's off. Yeah, but still with hand gestures with moves and stuff like that You you manage you manage to engage So I finished English as a second language course, then I applied to UCF University of Santa, Florida Okay for the MBA program they accepted me, but they said I need to take a lot of prerequisite courses and I said, okay, and they gave me a list. It was like 12 courses I said, wow, it's too much and I gave you my transcripts guys, you know, I'm an I'm an engineer I mean, but they said hey, you didn't take financial accounting. You didn't take managerial accounting They saw me like economics macro economics micro economics all these courses, you know, you know, and they said You know, you have to take them, okay, so I don't want to say I lost another year year and a half No, you felt like it I felt like it at first but then I appreciate it because that taught me a lot because you're learning the fundamental of Economics financials actually the courses that I took financial and managerial accounting courses They teach you how to read your balance sheet of the company, which is great A lot of people are clueless to that exactly and I actually I'm doing my old balance sheets PNLs That's awesome. I'm looking at every month and I'm kind of you know Looking through it, even though my CPA looks at it almost every month But when he talks about something I already know or you already know So that's why I was like that time out to me like oh my god I'm gonna lose another one year and a half two years, but it ended up working out working out for me so I started MBA program right after I finished it and Study administration business administration, so you studied what you wanted to study when you were with your dad Yes telling them this is what I want to do exactly, okay One little detail I left off before before I got into UCF the first year when I was in seminar community college My roommate told me hey, let's apply for a green card lottery. Oh, I said, what is that? I'm like lottery also is we're gonna win money is like no it's it's called green card lottery I still didn't understand the concept and he told me look you're gonna apply a lot of people are applying and they Pick you and if you they pick you you can stay in this country and you get the residency Okay, I'm like you're kidding for me to get my student visa I have to go through so much so much and they're just gonna give me my green card and that's it over like, you know Yeah, that easy. It's like yes, that's easy. I'm like Let's apply. Let's apply and I'm thinking welcome to the United States. Welcome to American dream.
Recovering Food Addict Colleen Y. Shares the Ups and Downs of Her Journey
"On the podcast, our guest is a recovered food addict, Colleen Y. Welcome Colleen. Colleen Y. Thank you. It's a pleasure to be here. Susan Branscombe Yeah, it's great. I heard about your story. I've read about your story and I'm looking forward to sharing it with our listeners. We're going to talk about your story and how you found recovery from food addiction. I understand you became abstinent at 55 years old in 2018 when you joined a 12 -step food recovery program. Talk about that and what brought you into recovery. Colleen Y. Yes, it was late getting into. I had never heard of any 12 -step recovery programs. I had never heard about food addiction. I was just a person who thought I had a moral issue that I needed to diet, that I didn't have willpower, that that was the only way that I could overcome the excess weight. I was getting up there. I was 250. I was up to 300 pounds when I finally went into the rooms. So up until that point, I just thought that I just had no willpower. But it got to the point where all I could do was think about the food. I could not function unless I was thinking about food. So that's what brought me into the rooms. Talk about you got into recovery when you realized that you needed help in this way. And then you relapsed after two months. What happened there? Well, actually, it was after five years. I was in the program for five years. So for the first two years following the program, I was good. I followed it. I lost weight. I was working the steps in the program. But then I thought I didn't need it anymore, that I knew what I was doing and slowly started deviating from the program to the point where I left it and just started doing diets again and the weight started creeping back on. But I was still not eating the sugar flower wheat. So that's what I considered as still being abstinent. But the weight came on. I was still eating high fat. And then finally, after five years, I just couldn't white knuckle the diets anymore. And I relapsed. And in that two months that I relapsed, I gained over 25 pounds and really came to believe that I had a serious problem with food addiction. I just could not function at all over that two months. And I just did not want to live anymore. I just did not want to wake up in the morning. It was a brutal experience for two months. For critical level food addicts, some of us can get suicidal, where we just can't see a way out and that we're always going to suffer from this and food controls our lives. Yeah, I prayed every night that I wouldn't wake up in the morning. And that was the thing. And then I'd be so devastated that I had another day in this disease and that somehow I had to function. So talk about this history then. You got into recovery, five years, doing well, lost weight. Then you relapsed. Tell me about the weight that went off and came back on. You said you gained 25 pounds. You got up to 300, but were you close to maintenance weight during that five years? I had never been a normal weight my entire life, never. So I got close. I had lost, by this point I started at 300, so I was probably down to 170, which was just absolutely new territory for me. Then I gained some weight back, but then I knew I could not get abstinent on my own. It didn't matter what I did, I could not keep it. So I tried to go to Renasant and Renasant was running an outpatient program and I signed up for that. And then just before they were going to run it, they contacted me and said that they weren't prepared to run it anymore. And I was devastated. I ended up getting in touch with Dr. Vera Tarmon, who is a director at Renasant, and she told me about, in fact, was going to run their intensive for their students. And Esther usually does it in Iceland, but this time she was actually doing it in Ontario where I'm from. So it's like three hours away from me, I had this opportunity. So I jumped at it and I went and did that intensive where Esther Helga had Amanda from Shift come in and run the intensive. And it was mind -altering. It changed everything about the way that I looked at food addiction, totally, totally opened my eyes.
Why Is Semafor's Ben Smith Slobbering All Over Nikki Haley?
"Of course attacked my stepson and me because he works with DeSantis which the world whole knows but apparently they didn't but I make my own decisions I decide what I'm going to do you have adult children don't do what they want to do and that's okay you know I'm just thankful we don't have any kids that support Bernie Sanders you many callers come here and correctly say my god I've lost this kid didn't lost any of our four let me go on operations were initially supported stick me with you'll see how this works by twenty five million investment funding as well as revenue generated from advertising in person that investments you know their biggest initial investor was mr. producer Sam Bankman freed is in prison for ripping off god knows how many people that's inauspicious beginning I would say but this is 74 so their first investors in a 2023 semaphore raise $19 million in additional funding from investors to replace the money that they had received from Bankman free so what he was their largest external investor their largest external investor so that shows you some of their judgment now they don't put that up on their site they don't have a footnote so people quote semaphore go to semaphore they don't know these things there's more in March 23 semaphore launched its China and global business initiative quote -unquote a collaboration with the center for china and globalization ccga think tank registered as a non -government patient though its independence from the communist chinese party has been disputed semaphore has said the project's purpose is to offer quote a diversity of opinion unquote an alternative to washington's hawkish consensus on beijing now you know what that means of peace communist china for business the initiative would consist of regular events in new york and beijing and would foster dialogue between business leaders and increasing china u .s tensions now you see why they're promoting Nikki Haley if they don't present any of this on they the website don't reveal their connections they the don't other business model semaphore's partnership with the ccg has occasionally come under scrutiny semaphore's show justin smith said semaphore would go into the collaboration with eyes wide open that that it was under no illusion that chinese business leaders are other local groups operate he said they would
Leftist Health Policies Lead to Tragic Death of Young Girl
"Some military channel whatever it so during the break I tend to read stuff especially in show prepping for the next day I've read an article in the wall street journal I'm gonna cover tomorrow at length I just want to kind of touch on it just briefly here before I get to this little thing again however bad you think the modern left is folks progressives liberals leftist whatever you want to call them I don't care whatever euphemism they use for commies because that's what they are it's worse than you think no Dan I think the worst from no I see it behind the scenes all the time they are a thousand times worse than you think I say it all the time as a tech investor dealing with these people in the tech space as a former candidate for office and an activist however bad you think the left is they're worse there's an article just popped in the journal in the opinion section a few minutes ago it's about a young lady in India very young girl she's and five or so has a rare mitochondrial disease they in the UK they have the National Health Service government -run tyrannical like fascists like health care that's what they have in the United Kingdom there's a girl with this mitochondrial disease and the parents are like hey we would like to travel you know to India to take a shot at maybe extending our young daughter's life because the National Health Service won't won't cover it he told her no you can't do it the girl died Jim's like no yes read the piece they're like no you no can't they're like wait we're just gonna travel it we're not asking the government to pay this hospital in India specializes in this mitochondrial disease excuse me they're willing to treat her for free they're like nah nah she's gonna die I hear gonna die right she died no yes no yes here you want the title of piece I'm gonna cover it tomorrow don't sweat it but title of the piece is home in the letter section now just popped a few minutes ago okay you here Mark Rienzi Britain's NHS NHS excuse me left Indy Gregory to die she's oh she's eight months over receiving medical care in Italy to
How Endrow Metelus Is Bridging the Gap Between STEM, Gaming, and Fashion
"So I know that one of your vision and aspiration is to sponsor STEM programs. So why the interest in STEM? The reason the interest in STEM, I work. So let me tell you what I do. Outside of this, I have a normal nine to five. Right. OK, so I work in the STEM field. So my job currently as a business development manager for Intel with an S .H .I. My job function is mainly talking to customers, mostly schools, universities, mostly I cover public sector. So I have conversation about their curriculum, the hardware piece. That's where Intel comes in. The funding, the grant and space design. So what we've seen is that STEM is also attached to e -sports. Right. So e -sports is the largest right after the NFL. Yeah. Can you tell us what is e -sports? e -sports is entertainment sports. It's gaming, competitive gaming. OK. So you have thousands of schools in the United States giving out scholarship for e -sports. Wow. We at S .H .I., we had what we call Battle Academy, which was a scholastic e -sports tournament platform. We were giving out hundreds of thousand dollars for curriculum, hardware and space design to schools and everything. So I go to a lot of conferences. We have a lot of OEM partners like LG, Intel, Microsoft, all the big manufacturers. They all have interest in e -sports because e -sports is attached to STEM. And the reason STEM is very important is there's a lot of open positions right now. Millions, hundreds of thousands of open positions right now that we cannot fill in America. Seriously. So we have to get outside workers to come in to fill these roles. Yeah. Yeah. So the thing is, we have a lot of young black male and women, Hispanic, Asian, white, whatever, who can fill in these roles. So why don't we, why don't we like. Wait a minute. You said who can fill in this role? But we all know about the low representation of our population in the STEM field. Many of them are not really interested in STEM education. So how can they fill those without experience and knowledge? How can they fill those? That's why we come in. That's why we want to. That's what Fervolo Boy is about, right? Because we know these young people, they love clothing. They got style, they love wearing. So they're already spending their money in clothing. They all like wearing, they're already there. This is innovative. So while we attach it, bring the awareness because the clothing is the awareness as well. And also showing the beauty is all connected. So they're spending the clothing. The clothing business is a trillion dollar business is only increasing even more. Absolutely. Right. So my thing is, we know where they are. Yeah. We know what interests these kids. And people always want to wear nicest clothes, right? You go on TikTok, you go on Instagram. People always want to dress in a different way, different clothes and everything, right? So why don't we create a clothing that is cool to wear, that is nice. The aesthetics is beautiful. Also gives back, right? Also showing their beauty, but at the same time, give them interest into STEM. Because some people don't know what STEM is. That's true. Then now they're going to have the understanding of STEM. But at the same time, we have a bunch of young kids in the inner cities, they're all gamers. Gaming and STEM go hand in hand. Absolutely. So we increase the interest, have the understanding, hey, I can go ahead and be cybersecurity. I can go ahead and not only do all these other things.
Adebayo Alomaja Unpacks Key Trends Shaping the Future of Education
"Was looking at your LinkedIn, you mentioned your work at EZDG, where you've been studying the educational trends. You read a lot. So you have identified five key trends. Could you share those trends with us and how does that inform, I guess, your vision as we talk about the use of data? Yeah, thank you so much. Thank you so much, Dr. Eyal. In one of my posts, I talked about five key trends that will characterize K -12 education in Africa by 2030. And of course, I always say that the future is not vague. When we look at the future, for example, if I am in year two today, if I'm in year two today, in the next four years, I should be in year six. That's by design. So all things being equal, I should be in year six. But okay, so for the sake of eventualities and the likes, let me put two, three or four years ahead. So if I'm in year two today, I will say that in the next four to eight years, I should be done or I should be done with anything called year six. So look at that kind of simple analysis. So the future is not totally vague. If we do backcasting and backcasting is just basically about studying how things have evolved in the previous years. For example, I checked how 3G, 4G and 5G came to Nigeria. And then I discovered from my research that the gap between their adoption was six to eight years. That's 3G, 4G and 5G in Nigeria. So the gap was just between six to eight years. Now, that's just something to me. Of course, if I look at the impact of that on the digital economy in Nigeria and the predictions around the digital economy in Nigeria. Sorry, I'm digressing a little bit. No, no, I won't say analogies. That's great. Yeah, that's something because I am always thinking about the future and what needs to be done today in K -12 so that we're raising kids that can thrive when they get to the future. Kids are not going to be confused. Kids that can be so much empowered and even think beyond themselves to add value to the society. So when I think about that, for example, I'm talking about 3G, 4G, 5G and how it came to Nigeria. That backcasting review gives an insight. So based on that, I can say that if 5G came to Nigeria this year, they're most likely in the next six to eight years, we're going to have another version, maybe 6G or something else, or maybe not 6G. But that pattern shows that there's a likelihood that around that period, something is going to happen. So when we, as future priests, when we see some things like that, I don't think it's spiritual, actually. I just think that it's just studying the way things are evolving, which anybody can actually do if you're passionate about and understand that this is what might happen at this period because of what we have seen that has happened in this particular period in the past. So five key things, five key things I put here, I said, number one, I said, learning will no longer be tied to a place called school, but an experience that promotes lifelong learning. As learners, we now be able to learn anywhere and anytime. So there will be nothing like homework or classwork, but assessments to provide feedback and ensure mastery. Now, the question, is this happening right now? This is happening right now. I forgot to mention something. So when we look at the future, that there are three P's, there is the possible, there's the preferable, and there's the predictable. So there are things that when we look at the future, we can say that this is possible at this time. There are things that we can say that this one is still in the predictable realm. So it's still in the predictable realm. We can have five years or some six, seven years to it. It looks like it might happen this period. There's something is shaking about it. But some factors are trying to say that it might or it might not, it's quite predictable. And why some things may not just be preferable. So right now, there's a flying car. A flying car was just launched, I think, last week thereabouts. And so the question is in Nigeria, are we going to have your flying car by 2030? The issue is that's not possible and it's not even preferable because right now, we're just trying to bring in electric cars into Nigeria. We have some electric cars in Nigeria right now. We're just trying to get on our own. And for infrastructure and many reasons, we can't use flying cars in Nigeria by 2030. That's going to be a big problem. So this particular thing is something that is happening even right now. So we see, for example, the school I talked about earlier, first guidance school, they are now hybrid. I'm an hybrid in the constant. They are now hybrid in the sense that there are days that some kids don't come to the physical school. They just learn from home. They just learn from home because the structure within the school environment is that the kids can connect with their classroom from anywhere. So we're going to have connected classrooms. They can connect to their classroom from anywhere. That is happening today in Nigeria.
Are you the lazy servant? Building a Kingdom of Love w/ Msgr. John Esseff Discerning Hearts - burst 1
"Blocked him that he buried the talent? It was the fear. He said, and then our Lord comes back. He is a compassionate God. But he said, if it was fear that drove you to that, he doesn't take that as an excuse for not loving. And so today, I really believe, I believe what I think, I think that's really true, what you say. But I also believe that what really needs to be awakened is those who are in charge of the teaching, what the talents really are. I think what we fail to communicate is that the five talents are really love. The two talents are really love. Even the one talent is
Carla Welcomes Dr. Jesse Easley of Schupp Chiropractic
"Today we're going to talk to Dr. Jesse Easley. Jesse is one of the practitioners at Shupp Chiropractic and Sports Injuries. So let's listen up and see why it's so important for you to visit there. Welcome to the show, Jesse. Hey, thanks, Carla. Glad to be here. It's so nice to have you here. I wanted to get some of your expertise, opinion on chiropractic and ART and all that stuff. I've been coming to the complex since 2014, and I'm pretty sure they opened in 2012. So yeah, I've been a patient for a long, long time. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Longer than I've been there. Yeah. Not by much, though. I remember when you started. But if it wasn't for you guys there, I wouldn't be able to continue to run. So I wanted to really explain to my listeners the importance, obviously, we should be doing foam rolling, but sometimes we need a little bit deeper step. And so that's why I come to you guys. And I know that your office sees a lot of the badgers. Is that correct? We see the runners, track and field, cross country. OK. And then you do see some Olympians as well, don't you? Some of the people that went to. We do. A lot of the collegiate athletes continued on to run professionally. And so there have been quite a few in the last five, six years who have gone on to run for Olympic teams, both with the United States and then quite a few Australians and a couple other Canadian heptathletes. And yeah, but yeah, a couple. It keeps things interesting. know So I I've done, I think, everything you guys offer, the chiropractic, the dry needling, the ART, the Graston, the laser therapy, kinesiotaping, and cupping. Is that everything? Mostly. We do a little bit of rehab. I think that is everything that we currently offer. In the future, we'll be adding a few things, but yeah, you've gone through a lot. I don't know if it's fortunately or unfortunately got to experience everything that we do. Yeah, I know. I'm kind of probably your biggest minor, I'm sure, when you're working on me. Close, not quite. So of these, is there one in particular that you specialize more in or that you gravitate more when you're working with a runner? Well, a couple ways to answer that. Within our clinic itself, all three of us do most of the same thing. And I would say the biggest difference between provider is our backgrounds. And so Andy ran collegiately and has the deepest background in endurance running. Phil plays rugby and does a lot of mixed martial arts, and I have done a variety. I ran track and cross country, I rock climb, we're into motor sports, all sorts of different things. And between then our office and other offices in the Dane County area, there's quite a lot of difference. Yeah, that for sure, I know. Why do you feel that it's important for an athlete to maybe get off the foam roller if that's not working and come to your office? Yeah, so a foam roller can be a useful tool. I would say that if you've been foam rolling an injury for any lengthy period of time and it hasn't seemed to change anything. If you had a nagging hip or calf or whatever it may be and you've been foam rolling for three, four weeks and nothing's changing, it probably won't change. And so you need some type of more targeted or different intervention or potentially just diagnosis. It might not be a connective tissue injury that you're dealing with. It could be a bone injury, it could be a nerve, there's a variety of things.
Master Customer-Centric Copywriting - burst 5
"But even you do it once a week, commit and create your content calendar as many weeks ahead of time as possible. I work in batches for my own personal brand. I do that every quarter. I have one day when I just create content for my email. And another really good workaround for this is to create an automation, especially for people who are just signing up to your email list, which leads me to the second big mistake. So many brands focused on getting the sign up, getting that email address. And then nothing really happens after that, which is kind of a missed opportunity because I think it's like the first 48 hours when somebody just join your email list. They are most likely to work with you. They are interested in what you have to say. And they're just kind of waiting to be guided. So having or not having a welcome sequence. That's another big mistake I see people making. Boy, that's OK. So talk to me about that. What would a welcoming sequence look like? OK, so you need to think about your buyer's journey, right? So I have a problem. Let's say I want to lose weight and I am interested in a solution that gives me what I want, which is probably losing weight fast, but in a healthy way. And I go to Google or I scroll Facebook and I see your ad or I see your page on Google and it's promising. And I go to your website and I learn, I read your blog posts. And then there is a pop up or an opt in opportunity which says, hey, do you want to learn how to lose seven pounds in 30 days? Sign up here to get all my healthy weight loss recipes. You're never going to be hungry again or something like that. So I get that. Right. And my curiosity and my problem is satisfied to some extent. But that doesn't mean I'm going to be ready to buy something from you immediately. And it also doesn't mean that I'm going to be a loyal fan because you haven't done really anything beyond just satisfying my initial problem, which was the curiosity. How do I lose weight in a healthy way and maybe not be hungry? So most people, they just deliver that lead magnet, that freebie, and that's kind of it. Nothing else happens. The welcome sequence continues the journey. And you can continue that journey without being salesy, but by being customer centric. And there's plenty of strategies like what you should write in each email. Some people have three emails, five emails, seven emails. These are all automated, so they're not sent manually. And you can send them day after day or one each two days. It kind of depends on how fast it takes for someone to convert from email subscriber to first time customer. But in the beginning, if you don't have that data, you can just test it and test it with the frequency you're comfortable with. And that welcome sequence is like, hey, hi, so I see you. You've just signed up for this list of recipes, which is amazing. Congratulations on your commitment to finally get closer to your goal. But here's the thing. We've had one million people who got that PDF. And unfortunately, only a small percentage of them are actually using it, which is why over the next few days, we're going to share a few tips and we're going to walk you through some success stories for some of the people who have lost weight using our method. Make sure to open your next email. We're going to tell you more about tomorrow. And you can share valuable content like here are our most popular three videos that talk about this. Go watch them now. Another one could be like, tell me more about you. So what do you do? That's for segmentation and collecting customer information. Another email could be sharing success stories like here's what other people are doing right now. I know you've just signed up for this and you've maybe maybe you've already cooked one of those recipes.
"five a.m. on" Discussed on KOMO
"That risk with safety measures like seatbelts, taking driver's education course not driving at night, and I think that's where we're at right now, with kids going back to school, he says. The Department of Health's biggest concern right now is monitoring for outbreaks in schools and containing those outbreaks. Washington State University is wrapping up week three of students back on campus were in person learning. Cuomo's Holly Menino got an exclusive interview with WS used, President Schulz said many students were zoomed out. And super eager to be back in person, he says. Vaccines and vaccination rates made that possible. Schultz says the vaccination rate for students, faculty and staff is between 93 94% was 70% of students and Pullman reporting They're vaccinated. I interviewed Schultz in May of 2020. He hopes students will be able to return to in person learning and fall of 2020, but with rising case numbers and no approved vaccines that wasn't possible. I look back on it. It was the correct decision I believe, and, uh and just as much as actually were in the correct place now having people back understanding that You know, people are so hungry for that in person, experience, faculty staff and students that it feels different where a year ago. A lot of people are saying, Hey, we don't want anything to do with in person When it comes to enrollment. President Schulz says enrollment will be down a couple percentage points compared to a year ago. He says they are already gearing up for what fall of 2022. Well look like In Seattle. The I five express lanes are again closed overnight for maintenance and will reopen at five a.m. in the southbound direction. Also in Seattle, on northbound five between Mercer Street and 5, 20. The right lane is closed until five a.m. for roadwork and in Maple Valley traffic on Highway 169 is alternating each direction. Near to 88 Street until five a.m. four roadwork I'm J. Phillips, Cuomo 24 7 traffic. The camo forecast. Why everybody? T g I f heading into our Friday with changing whether the blue skies disappearing the clouds.
"five a.m. on" Discussed on KOMO
"Level support to more patients. In Seattle, northbound I five between Mercer Street and 5 20. The right lane is closed until five a.m. for construction work in Seattle. The I five Express lanes are closed for maintenance and will reopen at five a.m. in the South Found direction and in the Pacific area north US Highway 167 between 24th Street East and eight Street. One late is closed for roadwork in jail. 4:30 A.m. I'm Jake Ellipse. Cuomo 24 7 traffic. The coma forecast while high there and happy Thursday, everybody as we slide into the September day, we'll begin the day in the fifties but and once again in the mid to the upper seventies, even close to 80 in places like Kent and Covington, so still rather toasty For this time of year. You want to feel more like fall. We can do that as we head towards the weekend. No major changes, but Increasing cloud cover going to bring down the attempt several notches sixties to low seventies Friday and Saturday with a slim chance for some Sprinkles in the coma. Weather Center I'm meteorologist Shannon O. Donnell. Now you're Como consumer tip. Here's her wife's mom. Do it yourself. Covid tests available. The pharmacy are quick and easy to use. But it's important to understand the limitations of these at home test kits. These tests you have to remember aren't perfect. Sometimes you get a falsely negative test and occasionally you'll get a falsely positive tests. Dr. John Schwartzberg is an expert on infectious diseases at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health. So if somebody who has no symptoms tests positive on one of these, they go into isolation, but I would recommend Following up with what we call a PCR test the sort of the gold standard tests that we do in a laboratory to make sure that test wasn't falsely positive because he's at home tests produce a relatively high number of false negative results. Your best bet is to do a second test of the first one comes out negative to verify those results. They recommend one or two days. I would suggest 24 hours will be fine. If it's Monday and you do it. It's negative. Do it again Tuesday. Negative then you can get together with that person Tuesday more about this and the consumer section of Cuomo news dot com. Her voice bomb KOMO news. Suck it up. It's not a big deal about just get over it. We've all heard it. But if you're experiencing extreme stress, it's not just in your head. It can affect your entire body because toxic stress can hurt us physically without us even knowing.
"five a.m. on" Discussed on We Saw the Devil
"That they that they plan to To show this includes security camera footage and a very long log of berries work truck like when the doors opened and closed a may tenth from two forty seven. Am to five thirty am again. That's very very very early morning on mother's day berry few took steps in disposing of evidence. According to activity on cell phones and his truck the truck data on page. Two of the arrest affidavit basically law enforcement says they have enough as evidence beyond basically more or less the dow reasonable suspicion that there was up between two and five. Am very had very specific. Were truck in. The internal data actually showed when the doors opened and closed so all of this data actually shows him lying and being up and awake going places from roughly three to five thirty. Then nielsen discussed the security surveillance system installed on the more few residents. Apparently it had not been operational for a couple of years. There missing cables berry said that he had never touched it and told investigators that he quote would bet one hundred thousand dollars that she was the one who unplugged it She obvious reference to suzanne so the defense team is showing that it was likely suzanne who disabled their security system. There was a blue cable that was missing. Law enforcement founded. They ran this cable. They searched it for dna. They obtained it and they send it to a lab now. This power cable did come back. Edina mixture with two people suzanne and then also an unknown male individual nielsen then brought up. Suzanne's range rover. Barry actually sold that an indiana two months after she went missing because that's normal rate police obviously impounded and search that range rover and dna was found on the glove box and sent for testing berry more fuse. Dna was not not again. Not on that glovebox. There was a hit though made on dna from a gun. An unknown man an annot male with three sexual assaults on his record and that's as far as drew nielsen went with it. She gave no additional rhyme reason logic. As far as why she brought that up in court other than maybe. It's a so doubt the. I want to know like what happened with this. This random man whose dna was found on her glovebox who was convicted of three rapes. Like can we talk. Maybe more about that. And why has dna was in. Suzanne more hughes car. But unfortunately we don't have the answer to that and after making that statement that's basically when the defense ended included their line of questioning. So then commander walker was cross examined by district attorney when the stanley and then commander walker was like see very few told us in claim to have left his home at five. Am to go to broomfield. However that data from the truck the one that shows door activities shows that at three twenty six it opened and then again at eight ten am berry initially told the investigators that he loved that house around five am and that is a lie. Because his cell phone activity began to ping to forty seven am and then he had car activity at three. Twenty six am and then again at eight ten. Barry initially told them that he loved at five. That that's a lie so there we have at least the very first big big piece of this were buried. More few was caught in an absolute lie so the next person up was fbi agent. Ken harris now. He took the stand and he was immediately questioned about the spy. Pan which i mean..
"five a.m. on" Discussed on KOMO
"Harrison. The coma newsroom, The number of new covid cases in Washington is up by more than 1000 since the state Department of Health last updated the numbers Friday, another five people have died. An additional 186 people are now hospitalized. The percentage of people eligible for the vaccines who have been fully vaccinated is approaching 62% Stevens, pondering and Garfield the three Washington counties with the lowest VAX rates, 35% of those eligible or lower with at least One dose. Jefferson King and San Juan are the highest with more than 70%. Dr. John Lynch with UW medicine says hospitals across the state are filling up again. And so we've gotta topped off system with workers who have been dealing with Kobe 19 response for over a year and a half and a really feeling distress of dealing with yet another surge that is really focused on folks or not vaccinate the state is only recommending you wear masks while inside public places. Out of the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. In Bellevue, Southbound four or five between Southeast 89 90. The right lane is closed until five AM for roadwork. Joint base. Lewis McChord the North Bong five off ramp to Berkeley Street is closed until 4:30 A.m. and in Des Moines Southbound I five between south to 16th Street and highway 5 16. The H O V. Lane is closed for roadwork until five A.m. I'm J. Phillips Cuomo 24 7 traffic message and data rates apply..
"five a.m. on" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Difficulty finding their way around the city and Barney decided he just wanted to drive home knowing that they would arrive at their home on New Hampshire seacoast at about two o'clock in the morning. What they saw that night in the New Hampshire sky would change everything. I begin walking across the highway looking up at the object with the binoculars, putting them down, shaking my head anymore. This guest can't beat you. Who? I don't believe it a light in the sky. At first she thought of a falling star, But she realized that falling stars don't fall upwards, and that's what this one was doing. Two years later, the hills would undergo hypnosis. He's trying to start the car. I think. Well, I can't get away from this. I could. If I get the cat, our look like a run of the woods. I'd that became known the world over. Dr Simon gave me a post at Matic suggestion, he said if I wanted to, I could sketch the star map. But if I didn't want to, I didn't have to. So about two weeks later, I sketched it. Their account has been scrutinized under the influence of hypnosis, especially if you're highly hypnotize support. You are even more susceptible. The contamination and distortion by scientists, skeptics, theorists and believers. He wound up building a total of more than 23 dimensional models and was five AM 6 40 local and I heard radio station. The milk costs on having a good time at any good time shooting style leaping through the sky like a tiger defying the laws of gravity. Careful I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I Heart radio app. It is the Bill Handel Show Morning crew is here and we're doing handle on the news. And through the guy who wants who want I'll fight you to praise Shohei Otani. Fight you over the right. He's amazing. He walks away with the win from NASA. Last night's, um, All Star game I started to say, National League loss, but, yes, all Star game. Uh, 123 are numbers that I think of him.
"five a.m. on" Discussed on KOMO
"Least 11 were killed, But the search for survivors goes on in Mumbai, India after the collapse of a three story building. You're listening to ABC News, Brian Harris and the co mo newsroom the latest covid numbers from state health show 522 new cases of coronavirus in Washington. Nearly 5800 people have died up eight people in the past day. There are also 54. More people have been hospitalized for the virus. We've given another 47,000 vaccine doses since Monday, pushing this past the 7.3 million mark, Police say. A teacher at a private school in Redmond tried to have online sex chats with an underage girl who turned out to be an undercover police officer. Seattle Police say 32 year old Nathan Williams contacted who he thought was a 13 year old girl on a dating site and repeatedly messaged her about inappropriate topics. Williams is due in court next week. Guilty plea from the man who tried to torch the Seattle Police East Precinct building during the Capitol Hill occupied protest. 35 year old Isaiah Willoughby faces five years in lockup for trying to light the wall on fire, which witnesses then put out Now you're Cuomo, Dubin Law Group Traffic update. In Kent Dortmund Highway 167. Only the right lane is open between highway 5 16 and 84th Avenue south four roadwork until five a.m. in Paul's Bo Highway three. Traffic is alternating in one open lane between Pioneer Way and North East Park Street until five a.m. and in Spanaway on Highway seven between one 82nd Street south and one 67th Street, South. The left lane is closed in both directions for roadwork overnight. I'm J. Phillips, Cuomo 24 7 traffic. The coma forecast after running so dry through most of the spring. All of a sudden June is leaning damp. We're going to see scattered.
"five a.m. on" Discussed on KOMO
"Of the U. S Capitol. But at least one Republican Lisa, my accounts give Alaska says there needs to be a thorough investigation. We can't pretend nothing bad happened. For the people just got too excitable. Something bad happened. And it's important to lay that out. White House also expected to unveil the $6 trillion budget for the upcoming fiscal year today, and three Tacoma, Washington police officers were in custody. Expected to be arraigned today in charge is connected to the March 2020 death of a unarmed black man. You're listening to ABC News. Come on Use Good morning. Art Sanders. Now your top local stories from the comb over 24 7 News Center free to call. The police officers are in custody and have been charged in the death of many Ellis. Attorney General Bob Ferguson has charged Christopher Burbank and Matthew Collins with second degree murder and Timothy Rankin with first degree manslaughter. Ellis died last March while being detained by Tacoma police second degree murder convictions could bring prison sentences of 10 to 18. Years of first degree manslaughter conviction could bring us 6.5 Tate A half year prison term around three quarters of the positive covert test genetically sequenced in Washington or variance, with the UK variant still leading away, But there are also increases in the Brazil variant and the India Variant, which is now found in King County Health officer Dr Jeff Duchin, says 63% of people in King County fully vaccinated is an example of how well we're doing getting our country covered, but we won't be safe from Cove it and neither will anyone else until the global situation is addressed. Now your co Moh Dubin law group. Traffic update in Seattle South bound I five between I 90 and the West Seattle Bridge. Three lanes are closed until five a.m. for road work up to Lynwood South found I vibe between 44th Avenue and 2/20. The right lane is closed until five a.m. and over to Pacific North bound highway 167 just north of eight Street. Two left lanes are closed overnight until five a.m. four Construction work. I'm Jacob Lipscomb. Oh 24 7 traffic. The Kamo forecast, well, the atmosphere continuing to settle back down after that, feisty Thursday the.
"five a.m. on" Discussed on WJR 760
"Breaks your wall in half. Wrecking people's dreams. Like saying here's a piece of candy. It takes a long time to melt, and it's got a soft, chewy cyanide center. It's really nuts. Sincerely hope that as we move towards this next election cycle, all of us both both Republicans and Democrats and people stuck in the middle with one ft in both ponds. If you will start to really demand that our politicians wise up That they take care of us in terms of spending, and they don't just spend our future. These are our kids and our grandkids that brand new baby in mind, she might grow up in an era where they pay 70% in taxes. Could be pretty awful. Let's check in with Dana Clark on traffic will be back after the break with your text. 808 590957 Traffic forest sponsored by Marathon for commutes. It feel like concerts, road trips that don't go is planned or long drives that bring you closer together. Marathon has the fuel to keep your engine running at peak performance for quality fuel to every mile. Fill up at marathon looking at construction this weekend. It is along 75 traveling north bound between 94 the Davison starting tonight, nine PM All lanes will close until five a.m. on Monday That's for bridge demolition. Also the Southfield Freeway both directions. At Michigan Avenue, Saturday, six a.m. all lanes will Shut down in both directions until eight p.m. on Sunday traffic will be forced to use the service drives now WJR, whether first from the Weather Channel, sponsored by North will fill properties. If you're looking for a place to call home, like North Bloomfield Properties find the best place for you and your family..
"five a.m. on" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Yeah, closed for the whole weekend. It starts at 10 o'clock this evening and should be wrapped up and open again by five. A.m. on Monday. Ken Marlo's five eyewitness News forecast mostly cloudy. A few showers possible 65 degrees the high today Then cloud showers and 50 tonight. As for tomorrow, partly sunny and 70 and on Sunday partly sunny and 75. It's 59 right now. Any information such marquee over the helm. Do you download? This isn't my talk dirt alert. Everything you need to know from the world of entertainment and pop culture at the top of every hour on my talk, one of 71 not tell us everything. Everything. The band 21 pilots have a new album coming out next Friday, called Scaled and icy and to celebrate their launching their own burrito. Oh, what's in the burrito? Well, it's a partnership with Fulton. Well, she's very excited. Oh, yeah. Real life everyone. Pilots have teamed up with two poles play. Let me repeat that took a out of 21 Pilots burrito, and it has, um chicken, white rice, tomato salsa, roasted chili corn salsa. Cheese, romaine lettuce in case so, Blanco, So there you go to some of the 21 file. Um, so weird. I'm sorry. Shit. You're pulling on me. I know that one kid that Jason was a great idea. She is not going to lose my life. Maybe he'll order it. Oprah still regrets asking a question to somebody she interviewed. Um and we've always thought of her is like a very thoughtful interviewer. Um There's one question that six out that she wishes she wouldn't have asked And she talked about this on Rob Lowe's podcast this week. It was when she interviewed Sally Field. Years ago, and she asked her if Burt Reynolds.
"five a.m. on" Discussed on WTOP
"Five a.m. from the Santilli shopping center here adjacent to the Dulles Expo Center. We have an adult Hispanic male shot and killed suffered from several gunshot wounds, Defects county police chief Kevin Davis. Not only are we looking for Crime scene evidence, But we're looking for cameras that are available for us to go review. He's hopeful surveillance cameras in these businesses could show the victim or suspicious vehicles and potential suspect in Chantilly, Neil Organ, Steen W. T. O P. News for 20 to 136 years after he was dragged from a jail cell and lynched by a body, a mob of white men. 50 m or a 15 year old Tallis and boy will be remembered with a marker and a ceremony. The black teens name was Howard Cooper, and it only took minutes for an all white jury to convict him of raping a white teenager, even though the girl didn't testify that she'd been attacked. Morrow's remembrance of Cooper's part of an effort by the Maryland Lynching Memorial Project. House Speaker Adrienne Jones will talk about it. She is the first black person to lead the Maryland House. For 23 Craft beer is not often synonymous with black culture. But the Guinness Brewery outside of Baltimore is trying to change that. It's now offering a special syriza of beers aimed at finding social justice. The Guinness brewery outside Baltimore serves up a big array of beers, including a line that does more than just celebrate black culture. These are Stories that are important that our impactful that are delicious. Ryan Wagner is an ambassador for Guinness, which is donating profits from this line of black culture inspired beers to the Baltimore based Jobs Opportunities Task Force, a group that combines job training and advocacy for social justice issues. These are issues that businesses corporations, they historically have never been interested in. Quite honestly, they're interest level has been one of opposition here in York is the CEO of J O T F the first beer to come from this is titled See Us. So Ours was a sweet potato. Pie inspired brown ale. Jackie wants he helped create it. The more bridges we build in the more conversations we have, the better off this world in our communities will be at the Guinness Brewery. John Doman. W T o P News. I'm next in money news. What could be DC's prices? Condos? I'm Jeff label. It's for 24 Silver Diner. Spring menu has something for everyone from the new vegan Beyond meat, meatless tacos to the locally sourced tenderloin steak free to the season. Watermelon and shrimp salad. And if that doesn't make you hungry? How about one of silver diners? Famous milkshakes? They are so big..
"five a.m. on" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"April 19th Peter King believes John Dorsey has told No one team owner family etcetera about who we will choose at number one April 19th John Dorsey himself says that's a quant Barkley as well as trading down Is an option for the bronze. The number one April 20th Mike Mayock states on a conference call that quote unquote. His gut tells him the Browns will take Donald at number one April 23rd five A.m. This plays out kind of the way it did with Henry Hill. Made tent back in the 19 seventies. So April 25th 5 a.m. April 23rd five AM Peter King releases his only mock draft states of the bronze will drive Sam Donald at number one friend of Dorsey said It will not be Alan Monday morning quarterback April 23rd 10 A.m. Dan Patrick says on his radio show that he is being told that the coaching staff does not like Donald And that he is off the board at number one. The decision will come down to Mayfield, Alan April. 24th Adam Schefter reports that Mayfield is definitely in the conversation become the number one pick April 24th Benjamin Albright TWEETS, Then deletes. It's Donald. April 25th bronze have cooled on CM Donald Mary Kay Cabot, Cleveland Plain dealer April 25th Sam Garner will wear a brown tide of the draft, courtesy of a score April 25th 1:30 P.m. Hugh Jackson is said to be quote out of the loop on quarterback, NBC Sports April 25th 19 minutes later, 1:49 P.m. Eastern Hugh Jackson knows who the number one pick is from Mike Silver. April. 26 Baker Mayfield recreates the Brett Farve draft photo sign about above the door that says, love my calves Instead of love, my Eagles Mayfield High School mascot, Woz. Cavaliers April 26 Schefter.
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"five a.m. on" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Kerman Unified School District in Fresno County will be welcoming back students today. Today, the aid group will be the first to return to in person learning. The aid group goes to campus Tuesdays and Thursdays, while the B group will attend in person on Wednesdays and Fridays, Health and safety protocols will be put in place as well to protect students and staff, while San Diego County isn't in the red tear, Yet some school districts are welcoming back their students. Yesterday, the power a unified school district was able to reopen the small groups because of state approval. Carlsbad Unified School District will open the small groups today as well. The Los Angeles Lakers were able to take care of business on the road against the Golden State Warriors won 28 to 97 last night. LeBron James had a triple double and the Lakers have a quick turnaround as they are back home tonight, hosting the Minnesota Timberwolves. I'm Jordan Christmas. Sacramento. Traffic from the KFBK Traffic Center overnight. Reduce lanes on south Bound I five from Highway 52 Floren Road until six a.m. ramp closures until five A.m. Floren Road on ramps and one Florin Road off ramp north out. Five. Reduce lines from the South Land Park. Drive over across the highway, 50 Broadway ramp and the East and Westbound Pocket Road on ramps in north Bound. Five are closed until five. All Florin Road on ramp and off. Ramps are closed North bound 5 to 5 A.m. and alternate lane closures on north bound five from her. Readable of our highway 99 for sign work until five a.m. traffic on the tens, Every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk on 15 30 A m and your I.
"five a.m. on" Discussed on NO HOME FOR HEROES
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It isn't just corn back there isn't What did you see? Que code presents a carrier starring Sophia Rebo. Written and directed by band Blind Alice. Riots in Seattle and Portland. But who we blame without trump coming up at eight on the Michael Berry Show? Come on radio stations across the land. Joe PAGs calm all the social media there that you can get on parlor still doesn't work, but it's coming back. Also the live video feed. It's the job, Paige so glad to have you here really Glad ahead. Back America's mayor, It's Rudy Giuliani. Rudy, How are you? I'm doing all right now your job I'm doing well, You know, I've got the U. S capitol behind me in the shot. I know you can't see it. I know. I mean, I've got it behind us. And that thing that we saw yesterday was very strange. The first moves made by this administration. Very strange, But I would be remiss if I didn't start where people want me to start. Which is what is the future of the former President Donald Trump. What is what does that look like? Is he really going to be going through an impeachment trial as a as a private American citizen? Hey, shouldn't The impeachment is completely bogus. You know, you can't remove a peach mint is in the Constitution for removal from office right? He has been removed from office so by the plain language of the United States Constitution. There's a completely malicious, bogus prosecution. Intended to try to stop him from running for office because the Democrats and some turncoat Republicans are deadly afraid of him. Because he has to support of 75 million people. Real people. Mean, Joe Biden has horns that hunk Few occasional people. That's true. Yeah, you think that was all about security yesterday at the Capitol? That was about the fact that they had a real inauguration he might have had 30 people show up in a couple of cards. I think that America got 85 million votes right? Couldn't try out a crowd of 100 people is one of the reasons why the John thing is so suspicious. Well, you and I agree, and you and I talked about this last time just last week or the week before that Rudy Giuliani get to check out Rudy's common sense, which is amazing. It's a podcast that he does go and check it out. It is the website. I know that other people trying to keep your podcast down. I send everybody there to make sure that they could do it. The latest one I did I did on censorship. The census took it down. So now, if you want to see it, you go to Rudy's common sense, Doc calm and he would like to register a protest, just hit subscribe, Held them and tell those petty dictators. You're not going to stop us from speaking. I want to play. I want to get into that. I wanna get into that in earnest in a moment, But let me ask you. This is demeaning. Coming after you. Are you afraid of Dominion? Um, the evidence that you have. I mean, you've got 1000 plus affidavits that air signed sworn statements where they got their money. To show you where they started where they came from. How they got tossed out of Texas. And then just show you how the machine works where you can change votes. We're 80% of the votes end up in adjudication, which means only 20% of the most get Registered the way you put it in and the other 80 some democratic hacking come along and say, Oh, that doesn't look like it's clear enough, right? Oh, I think that's really a vote for buying 80%. Yeah, I would like you to know that, among the other vicious, malicious and unconscious Tuchel things The Democrats are doing the New York Bar Association, which is about his lessons you can get. Now wants to disbar me. Because I I lied. When I said that was voter fraud. We'll be verifiable. You didn't lie, Rudy. Obviously with these having David says you, you taught me this that if you've got a signed sworn affidavit, somebody's putting their freedom on the line to say this is what I saw. And in any court of law in any place in this country, a signed sworn affidavit is evidence. What the hell are they talking about? In New York they're trying to do Is to frighten people. Not everybody is me. Not everybody has to career I've had and that everybody is his toughest. I am so this is very mean. We lost the lawyers on this case because they were afraid that the less way bar associations would do this to them. This is extraordinary. They are actually suing me for exercising my right of free speech. Look, They may disagree with me vehemently, but I have a right to say it. Don't say it based on videotapes and after Davis Doesn't Donald Trump have the right to a vehement, fervent defense doesn't have the right to have somebody. Representative. If you look at the piece, we're proceeding, every single form of due process was taken away from they don't even have witnesses. They even call a single witness. The impeachment is based on newspaper stories. He literally couldn't defend himself. He wasn't allowed to defend themselves. If they're allowed to call witnesses. He wasn't allowed to cross examine witnesses. And most extraordinary thing of all. They didn't call a single witness. Well, I mean, the thing should be thrown out because there is no evidentiary support. For anything. They alleged. One congressman stood up and said, Is there anyone who can produce someone who was at the rally and went to the Congress and after one minute of silence, he kept his mouth shut. Well, this phone is alleged that In the impeachment. If you alleged, you have to have evidence of a right, But is that is that your opinion ready? That's why Nancy Pelosi has not sent over the article of impeachment yet because there really there's nothing there. There was absolutely nothing is based on Newspaper articles and television reports. No Windsor's Mike person coming in and swearing his people did for me. Particularly one woman who said she was trained by the Detroit Democratic Party on how to cheat. It's sick. It's Rudy's common sense. That's her. That's her shame. If you want access, they showed me how to cheat, very religious Catholic and I was disgusted by, you know, and her testimony was squashed. I heard that testimony was amazing. It was truthfully was, it was great. And guess what? She's not in jail today for lying under oath. You know why? Because she wasn't lying under oath. It's Rudy's common sense. Go there. Rudy's comments since dot com. It's being squelched by big media all over the place. We won't allow that his voice too..
"five a.m. on" Discussed on WGN Radio
"This'll is an ABC color presentation. CBS presents this program in color er, The following program is brought to you in living color. On NBC. Quiet numbskulls on broadcasting. Thank you. So I was walking down the street. One day a man came up to me. Everybody know what time it is. It is 12 minutes after five AM Wednesday, January 6 What year is this? 2021? Yeah, that's it. Let's see if I remember how to do this. How's everybody needs to be? Back with you here from the palatial.