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"g. e." Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"Pilot license, but was not a member of the flight crew at eleven. Oh Nine! The flight departed at eleven during the flight, the pilot received a special weather report stating. Cloud at five hundred twelve feet above mean sea level. Below the approach, minimum, descent, altitude or MDA of seven hundred thirty am MSL. The special weather report also reported visibility greater than ten nautical miles now ten kilometers and a southerly wind of eleven knots. At twelve o'clock. Od Commenced I. Guess that's the Yeah, the. Station I'm sorry the airplane. The incident airplane commenced the runway, one eight or an approach behind. Hey, preceding aircraft as a preceding Eric of continue the approach, the crew of that aircraft received an alert, indicating the loss of the G. N., S. S. Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitoring. which is our a I M Rame and conducted a go around. Despite not receiving a similar alert, the pilot of Odi also elected conductor. Go around. He climbed the aircraft's altitude, five thousand feet and proceeded with the missed approach procedure to way point Mt. G. E. to commence another approach, the other aircraft that advised that they would hold at way point empty ged while Odi conducted the approach. At Twelve Fifteen Odia commenced a second approach to runway one eight from waypoint Mt G. E. during the flight and approaches. The Observer contributed to the operation of the aircraft by calling out operational checklists and monitoring the approach, calling out excursions from the target altitudes. The approach chart indicated that a normal descent profile should position the aircraft at nine hundred and eighty feet, two nautical miles prior to the missed approach point at MT M. As aircraft crossed this point. The pilot announced that the aircraft was too fast by far and high. On multiple occasions throughout the approach, the question and corrected information provided by The Observer educated her on the operation of the flight. As the aircraft descended to seven hundred thirty feet, the observer announced that they had reached the MDA upon reaching the MDA. The pilot or minimum descent altitude, the pilot could see the ground directly beneath the aircraft could not see the runway ahead. He then.
"g. e." Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"A. G. E. on this phone a bro Friday and next hour we're gonna be playing can you be Kirk in the second segment of that last hour so you might want to call triple eight nine seven one S. A. G. E. triple eight nine seven one seven two four three and the categories are again Broadway shows sports what is Larry know about Broadway shows pandemics money what does Larry know about world geography what is there well I don't have to know them you do I have one question from each of these five categories I'll be putting putting an Eldorado gets in Eldorado Broadway shows sports pandemics money world geography what's at stake a copy of a lot like me get a first in your neighborhood now Janet is in Waco Texas Jenna journal aerial show thank you so much for calling hello hi Janet I would like to know that my mother has that feeling back in nineteen eighty wow he he he was he was a teenager about fifteen I guess sixteen and and I just heard that gentleman that king talked earlier they did it because I had never heard before dictated mostly younger people people other than the younger people and my father never mentioned his parents affecting it so evidently they you know they didn't and he thank you he had to close and because there was nothing that they could take back right and so when he did finally recovered but he still thought he was going to die because he was so weak he could he could not walk he was so weak my father never was a very big fella so he's probably not very getting out with paying adult thank you eat a lot with him thank so a family friend of theirs I think I know what doctor that can help you so for about a month they carried him because he couldn't walk up stairs of a flight of stairs everyday affairs and you gave me in the street and I don't know what they call them and they'll say that it was it is thank you for treatment at the end of the call details yes ma'am for many many days almost a month and after about a month he started will and they couldn't get them technically Christmas anything like that you don't walk in brief because he could hardly breathe yeah thank you so much for calling your day every cover up next S. A. G. you want out of pain of course you do but guess what people you know and love would like to see you out of pain to Larry over here Peter stepped out with the father son known as a relief sector tell me whole families can be helped when one of the family gets out of pain back to having fun together walking hiking traveling or here's one sleeping through the night without waking up your mate everyone wins when you get out of pain which is exactly why Pete himself created the three week quickstart about a dollar a day to see if we can get you out of pain and after that less than the cost of a Cup of coffee a day to stay out of pay the three week quick started like a trial packed and it could be at your door in about two to three days let's face it getting older exercise and.
"g. e." Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"The weekend was G. E. employees all right so what do we have it now we do that's the more committee music so that must mean we have Dave's timer how you doing today Hey Dave you know what I'm doing as good as I can right now yeah I hope we're gonna bring up the last of people yes a further what you guys are doing that's why I reached out I think it's an incredible idea I can't believe it has been done before but tell us about the channel you guys are watching what we're trying to do is give everybody a laugh or two out there and he's what I call one of the clearly the worst of times but it's all going to make this better everybody pulled together and which is probably the last through it there's no depression on TV what we all need now is just to enjoy it yeah after enjoying what they're going through but don't laugh and and think of the funny thing is the good things the sweet things that have made us all happy yeah it's it's good cold that night and he got hello Dolly did it does it does it thanks for the self it it it does it and people needed now more than ever because they're locked up they need content may be content as a release to laugh that's what Robert where's dad robin was bad Robert yeah all about that explosive point where you just couldn't contain it anymore and it had to fly out of you because that's how he survived on stage at that we survived it in the light breaking making people react outside of themselves so much sure it is world walk inside that we need to try to laugh our way out Hey man did that but listen listen I I've always heard I've got a lot of friends that are national touring comedians and Tim Wilson was one of them god rest his soul he told me he said look the funny or someone is the darker their life is at home and we all know that robin suffered with depression did you see a lot of that while managing Robin Williams or did he hide that from you as well well are usual wrap human being what he all of what he did was bigger than life yeah his comedy was bigger than life is the laughs were bigger than life his concern about other people was bigger than life robin always told us how we should percent into what he did so with someone else you could manage you know there are motions Robinson motions in all directions Randall ran away with him because he sold twelve people and was he happy all the time no who is I certainly didn't you know the depths of it I'm not a doctor but I knew that he was a sweet caring people he hurt for people when yeah when any of the national disasters happen you don't want people whose Eastwood kit that people wouldn't judge ito what a horrible atrocities happened Robert was always first there to try to help he refused to ever go public on any of it but he is he's caring and meter I was always full on yeah and a lot of people can govern that and maybe that's why he did what he did in the end was so fearless and going in all directions where other people keep themselves roped in someone with all of their emotions David David I am sure absolutely yes you got that start thinking about what he will be doing during this this whole thing you could obviously it is not right David I'm fifty one so Bravo Robin Williams my entire life from when he's been part of that from my Happy Days and and more committee all the way through the movies I I I find him when the more talented people to ever walk planet earth I mean the guy could do it all what now on this platform this YouTube channel how do people watch in there what are what's going to be the content mostly is gonna be his movies his stand ups what what are we gonna be able to see on this platform you're gonna see stand up your embassy stand up what they're going to do is they're going to add a different bit every week and they're going to they're going to live with five things right away I don't know how well you remember this but from the very first special what we ever did a little spark a bad **** there's a bit where you see the craziness in robin's eyes the lightspeed venture the little boy part about you know always poking something always always going beyond where he was supposed to go in terms of humor which really was an indicator of where he went with how you thought about things he always wanted to look for the ridiculous over the the part where other people were afraid to venture there's a great interview with Louis black players this call it I don't know if you saw that but he created the eight minute piece on golf that tour players who go out and play the game every day still keep on their phones to watch get so outrageously funny that will be going up there with the sort of bring a line after people now is the time when they need it absolutely absolutely and we love we love we love what you're doing Dave Steinberg dear friend to Robin Williams manager to Robin Williams if people need this channel more than ever man I applaud you guys when you did it by the way launching on April fools day fantastic memory to go perfect good luck with all that we appreciate you coming on talk about rob and and in this new YouTube channel these stay safe David okay on a laptop and but everybody needs to follow the rules absolutely follow the rules of safety we appreciate it more you know my friend expand our take care the all right so we're gonna put the stand up first yep up up the guy tells me all kinds of content I think well from what I understand when I reached out to if they're going to put a different clip up every single what week going all the way to June you just keep building ability contact for this radio eight forty WHAS all traffic so use radio eight forty WHAS traffic records clear southbound seventy one about the.
"g. e." Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"I'm the you probably know me as O. G. E. very special gas god bless I'm a lot more than just a real housewife and now I'm actually Terry with my very own podcast it's called in I'm talking about my life is a real housewife in front of the camera and behind right who will put up with fifty three you don't miss a thing live podcast network when the conversation starts great news we found a pot at the end of the rainbow but it wasn't full of gold it was full of four thousand dollars in cash and we want to give it to you I think you have the luck of the Irish teacher to win the luck of the.
"g. e." Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"You you know and I'm just trying to figure out you know well what's wrong with we lived in what thank you really I mean what is it the financial gains I I just wanna know I make a few it makes it that much thought don't even have to be on the show I just like to get into your head thank you right really I'm back I grew up in a black suffering from in the house generation after generation a good thing we grew up in the flat but man you are I don't know about you you have well the feeling is mutual I have a big late nineteen one S. A. G. E. all on your own and right that plate nine seven one at G. E. triple eight nine seven seven two four three Larry elder really secular comes to the so you listen to the show call me only a three hour window call me tell me what your problem is let's talk about I wanna I wanna get in your head how you think as a black man wasn't even me so because I'm a Republican I don't think as a black man because I support choice.
"g. e." Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"G. E. dot com all right didn't W. does put a little bit do it the original slogan that day and came up with was put some fight back in that old dog and that's exactly what that fuel optimizer does it will really increase the pick up the gas and you'll notice the difference hello sluggish lately especially you put some of that fuel optimizer and away you go all right let's get back to Greg appreciate great hold on did you hear the latest once again the trivia question one more time where is the smallest bone in your body how do you balance that you don't think that with our lawyer out can you hear me now yes Sir two good yeah you were you had a rough sell their go head sorry about that all right the former I thank you that's exactly who would be also your body is in your ear that is correct great you will ever use motor co before pick up truck about a hundred thousand miles on it which John a new one product you know you weren't necessarily work then the perfect specimen of a vehicle with about that many miles on it is you know it's this is about the time that you've you know broken and worn it in and boy if you if you drive it much more it's going to start taking a toll on you know a lot of moving parts in the engine this is where motor code will extend the life of that pick up trucks and also make it run smoother wanted but this age you know it starts having instead of various issues get to Monaco hyper liver can fuel optimizer what else would you recommend their ad well maybe an engine maybe that that engine it was it is yeah the motor treatment in the heavy duty motor treatment will do that in a super clean job for that kind of situation that so many go go I'm sorry go ahead well there's nothing wrong with that I mean the to start using the the original motor co Hyperloop and it it all of those combinations together all all and open and help all right great here's what you do I'm gonna put you on hold your producer is going to get a email address from you you gotta go to motor K. O. T. E. dot com and become a member once you do you'll get your coat when you get to go to go shopping for some hyper lubricant some of the engine treatment and fuel optimizer or to use the treatment on the engine first gave it a good clean them out with that then that change the oil and put in the hyper lubricant recommended amounts to court two ounces per court and then maybe they're after use little pile of the fuel optimize your you know about two or three Phillips after you get your products shipped right to your free of reading or your front door right and didn't get back to us and tell us how much smoother that pick up truck runs Gloria pretty tight right now I will make sure they get down the road because being the for your particular program a program that yeah I don't know this is about the time you gonna start having some problems thanks so does your worries yes indeed it must be as silver is that a Silverado pickup.
"g. e." Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Giveaway I'm the you probably know me as O. G. E. very special gas thinking god bless I'm a lot more than just a real housewife and now I'm tackling a whole territory with my very own podcast it's called in I'm talking about my life is a real housewife in front of the camera and behind the scenes to try to look it up with fifty three you don't miss a thing live podcast network when the conversation starts right just because it felt no shame their training and thought provoking that's a glimmer of common sense Bernie and sid.
"g. e." Discussed on AP News
"A chemical engineer by training Welch became 1 of the country's best known and highly regarded corporate leaders while G. E.'s chairman and chief executive during the late 19 nineties G. E. soaring stock price made it the most valuable company in the world in 1999 fortune magazine named Welsh it's a manager of the century after leaving G. E. Welch taught a course on business leadership at MIT and in 2009 founded the Jack Welch management institute an online MBA program I'm Mike Hampton
"g. e." Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Traffic light problems on the lower end at the J. affects ramp at the at street downtown I'm sure quicker were traffic and weather on the threes I'll talk radio six eighty WCBS for the most part we should see about a day's worth of rain today the showers will be moving in later in the day after up to around fifty five tonight showers a likely they'll be coming to an end for the overnight hour drop back to thirty nine for for those clouds early Wednesday gradual clearing behind your fifty Jeff you know for the weather channel for talk radio six eighty double CD out forecast rocky five V. G. E. and empower Maryland light your castle for less with instant discounts up to three dollars and fifty cents on select energy star certified LED bald save instantly at checkout fine retailers near you and more information at B. G. E. smart energy dot com time for another Curtis bay forty one degrees Edgewater forty degrees downtown Baltimore's forty one degrees on talk radio six eighty W. CBM for the morning drive with Casey and always there are many like him well anyway just pointing it out I don't only one there's so much crap going on here you'll do what you want to do I'm not the pied Piper and you're not conservatives are intelligent people some of the concerns that you told me listen this program we get into substance in my supposed to sit here every day is the great one week to ten on talk radio six eighty WCBS sometimes the moral is very.
"g. e." Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"A class there is a great get rich quick class don't call me don't attend it's not what it's about I'm gonna tell you something I it was a high school dropout I had to go back and get my G. E. D. yeah I got a little bit college too but I'm gonna tell you something here's what happened I met some really cool people the took me under their arms and showed me how to make money and it's not as complicated as people make it you don't even have to make a lot of money to be able to accumulate a lot of money you just got to be smart so here's what I'm gonna do I'm gonna show you guys step by step the things that I did to help create wealth for me now listen if you're one of those people that want to come to a seminar and by the tape or the CD or go to the class and they come home and sit on the couch and be a couch potato and think you're gonna get rich it's not my program that is not my program this is gonna be a program on how I can show you how to buy property after property after property and get other people to make your mortgage payments for you so within fifteen to twenty years you've got free and clear properties and you're gonna retire with a whole lot of money and we're early stopping it for properties were not going to eight ten twelve properties like we can do but this is gonna be a great opportunity for you to see all the things that I did to create wealth and all the mistakes that I made along the way so you don't repeat my mistakes this is this is quite simple it's not a complicated program but I'm gonna tell you something seeking to understand from somebody that's been there ahead of you or already done it in already made the mistakes and already had the successes is the way that I learned so I'm very practical like that so you're gonna find at my steps are quite simple they're very basic steps they're not complicated at all so if you're interested in getting into this class here's the criteria it's twenty Bucks they had to get in I only have forty seats half of them are already filled up I just announced it last week if you're interested in attending this class whether you're a first time home buyer or whether you already own property this is a way for you to cumulate wealth over a fairly long period of time now everybody says oh well you can make a million dollars in twenty years well I'm gonna tell you something I'm the one that takes your loan applications most of you don't have a million dollars no matter how old you are so let me show you the step by step ways that you can do it create wealth it's not that hard to do but it does take a little bit of discipline we're gonna go through all the steps must show you a little bit at a time until we get to a point where you feel super comfortable in doing that.
"g. e." Discussed on KDOW
"Right AT of different technologies a family of technology so we set they can cover a variety of networks and so the technical standards of what actually five G. actually is still not set in stone one example is an eighteen C. call something I think I get a sometimes has five G. E. well it's just more like four and a half to your you know the little faster than four G. but they call five G. Verizon actually sued them over there's no magic moment when suddenly a nation or carrier has five G. just like with four G. there was a period of time where there was kind of going back and forth sometimes you're on four G. from times you're an L. T. E. sometimes you're at three G. because it was all over the place now we've solidified our four G. network across most carriers and across the country but how long that takes with a decade right the five five seven years since four G. star came in coming out we're still not all the way there so five G. well be important I think it's gonna take even longer than previous generations because of this number of points that's going to take to transmit that to install so you could transmit at those particular speeds another thing is that.
"g. e." Discussed on WJR 760
"There all the time now do I have a beef with G. E. that maybe they should replace my refrigerator because I don't think that was very professional of him to tell me to do that you know I I have to tell you a little something okay and you're in Toledo right and right yes okay so well I'm going to Ohio Tuesday to a school in Cleveland where they teach service technicians to be service technicians and I as I said yesterday on the air they need ten thousand immediately service appliance service technicians in the United States that's how many that's how short we are so who do they have now for service technicians out on the road they have clowns like this guy was in your house excuse the expression but they have clothes like this guy who was in your house who created animosity between you and the service technician and you and the company am I correct yes because there as the freezer still doesn't keep things that gets backed out these frost older in it all the time and now I'm afraid to eat the vegetables and things I have frozen and there was I don't know if they're spoiled you know well there's nothing to be worried about their okay as far as I'm concerned but if you're not happy is the owner of a brand new G. E. refrigerator then you're not happy what did they have to do to make you happy is to solve the problem and apparently the guy who came to your home who left you with that adverse feeling okay is not making you as satisfied customer you're not happy no because the problem didn't go away and I don't think I should have to fill my freezer with ice well no you should keep it cold so you need to get on the phone and call the customer relations department apartment of General Electric and you'll see a number there near instruction book and then when you're calling and you're talking to somebody asked to speak to their supervisor okay you want to get to somebody as close to the top as possible and always be nice okay yeah in I've been in the customer relations business for a long long time and I know you get a lot more with sugar than you do with vinegar right now you call me back because I'm here every Saturday and Sunday and I want to hear back from you and hopefully your a satisfied customer sorry let me know if yo thank you for joining me this morning take care let's go to Brian in a little way we let's go to Brian in and yeah let's go to Brian in St John's good morning good morning Joe I've got a ninety series cal more washer now if we bought it about two hours then and only have recently been using it for about the past five years because it was vacation property I mention this because you know I've got a question of do I get a new washer or should I have a repair guy come out but anyways the issue is once that builds up with water and be wash cycle the LG catering our father start to engage the machine makes a clicking noise educator ferns but not as fast my wife's that it used to turn that clicking noise you can use during the entire washed by fall yeah the called war and get the water out now I thought maybe the dogs were what they or whatever I would like to turn only I guess so Tom part are there yeah the author on the top yeah it would it would turn clockwise then it wouldn't turn counter clockwise so I thought the cards were fighting but it was a cheap sex so I got a a kit to replace those dogs then for them and also I took the order off to see if there was a thrust washer between the the auger and educator and there wasn't anyone there but the only on chip but I doubt it at all washer so I put that on that caught two extra slots for why because it had four in the photo here too yeah well I got it all put back together and the same thing happens with just start clicking noise once the order in ads creator engage all right down where do you live.
"g. e." Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"A. G. E. triple eight nine seven one seven two four three not taking any calls right now but feel free to leave a message love to get your thoughts about this special show so my dad and I sat there for eight hours remember I brought in my bags and he said so I set these in the back and said no it's okay dad only gonna be here for about five or ten minutes we ended up talking for eight hours into the air and we're just swapping stories about his life my life many of them were funny many of them were were entertaining many of them were strange and my father loved me telling him jokes and then and then later on I love making them laugh and one of my favorite jokes to tell my dad when I got the biggest reaction from is real simple I thought it was stupid my dad just let my dad loved jokes about food because of what he did for a living guy goes to a taxi cab put his head in the window and says driver do you have room for a six pack of beer in two pieces drivers is yeah goggles yeah my dad laughed for two days I I thought it was juvenile but he just loved it here's another one another one home is where it goes up to a guy well dressed and says Sir can you help me I haven't eaten in two weeks well just guy goes you should force yourself again my dad just thought that was hysterical my dad and my mom did not want cable television they did not understand what anybody needed having all those different channels after all we have channel two channel four channel five channel seven channel nine channel eleven Intel thirteen and you get out the rabbit ears and you get up to twenty two and thirty four a few others and I said mom you're living in a cave nobody has only those channels everybody has at least basic cable this is what's basic cable so I got on cable I come over my dad is watching B. E. T. he's watching this he's watchin that he's watching this he's watching that it tremendously expanded their horizon and I said that I thought you felt that your head of channels he said shut up I loved baseball when I was growing up the first game I recall going to was the Atlanta Braves in a Dodgers lost eight to seven and Eddie Mathews was one of the players for the for the price they were mailed them Milwaukee Braves in those days and a guy named Joe Adcock I just remember watching the game and watching my dad and watching the fact that they lost and I thought that was kind of a settlement to go to my very first game and have the team lose but in LA we are lucky that we've had great teams like the Dodgers like sandy Koufax don Drysdale Maury wills we've had great teams it wasn't until I moved to Cleveland that I realized how fortunate we were Cleveland had not won a World Series in forever and over and over and over again they beat all these all this hope and optimism in the spring and then come the dog days of summer they be behind twenty games and it's will next season never had that kind of defeatist attitude in LA and I began to appreciate the hope and optimism in this city that you often didn't find other places when I was a kid I was in on a little league team called the cubs and my brother was on a team called the doctors we were on the same team now my brother Curtis three and a half years older which is a big deal when you're a kid because he's taller bigger stronger faster all that and in the backyard and we play a playground around the neighborhood I could never hit my brother he was a picture I was an outfielder he just through way too hard too fast I could hit so this is the first time the little league team the cubs my team and league team Dodgers his team we're gonna play and I do want to be embarrassed and so my brother and I agreed to talk to my dad about whether or not Kirk on it just kind of throw the ball a little more slowly so I could get hit at least I would look embarrassed to talk to my dad about my day listen he said here's what I want to do Larry I want you to try to hit the cover off the ball and Kirk at which it throw it by him as hard as you possibly can and let's just see what happens the day of the game I got four hits off of them we played another game.
"g. e." Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"G. E. that eight eight eight nine seven one seven two four three let me know how you feel when you know what you think are those of you who read the book love to have your feedback and those of you who are from read the book and bought the book through Amazon dot com you can leave a review of the book there are as I'm speaking right now hundred ten reviews and almost all of them are still I don't say that to to Pat myself on the back I'm just telling you exactly what's going on it's the most personal book I've ever written effectively only personal book I've ever written now I mentioned before the break that my dad told us told me when I was sitting there that he left the family he decided to leave my mark did you know that I said no I didn't know that I don't remember that he said I was gone for a weekend he's I got me an apartment I did me a budget I figured out how much it would cost me to live on my own he said I slept there one night and I couldn't sleep and I was not going to do to you what my father did to me the father that he never met and the man named elder who we kind of regarded as a father figure because he was in his life the longest who abused him and also left he was not going to do that to my brothers and me I came back home never to leave again they were married for fifty six years now I mentioned Disneyland and the fourth of July and the drive in my dad would make time from time to time for family outings with my going because in Everly my they'll get mad about something something I thought was trivial in which spoil the entire either for example went to Disneyland and my dad and forgive me if I told the story before and I've been told the other ones and my dad went on the roller coaster and he got a cooking is neck and he was complaining the whole time a house neck hurt and couldn't do this he could do that he was just mad because he had finally had some time to spend with us and because of this court case that he could barely walk he was complaining complaining complaining to the point where it wasn't fun anymore and I was ready to leave name a kid is readily Disneyland early my dad took it to the fireworks you love fireworks and so on for the July with the fireworks went to a local park where they have what's called stadium parking stadium parking is where you park on the grass in a column in this column on either side of you and if you get there first your blocked in so my dad had arrived there from relatively early we parked on the grass as we were directed to and there might be I was ready to leave the fireworks are just about ready to be over my dead one to beat the traffic into we go to the lot and it's all these cars around in so we could move until everybody else moved and my dad was P. O. is complaining about the that the parking and complaining about how box then we were so my dad decided he might take a little nap as we were waiting for these cars to leave he put his hat he wore a brown hat over his face the cover up that the light and I'm being was TVS I lifted up his head just to I don't know why I want to see what my dad look like going to be fair I don't know why and he just blew up at me yes because I lifted the little brown hat off of his face once again my dad had average about four four and a half hours of sleep for decades and so everything set you off and I did not understand that then my dad loved to go to the drive in and at the time there was a drive in call century which had a curve screen and it was called Cinerama vision or something like that and if you were on a roller coaster kind of made you feel as if you're on the roller coaster because of the way the screen was what was was curved my dad love going to that particular drive and I think that's right and stayed in business until no more than maybe twenty years ago or so now there was a food stamp and my dad would send my little brother in may and and my older brother to the food stand to get something hot dogs what have you and one time in my my older brother had any has an uncanny sense of direction I don't I get lost I get lost in an elevator so in my little brother Dennis but the two of us were sent to get pizza my dad warn my little brother and me not to turn the pizza upside down because you turn the pizza upside down the chief stuck to the top of the pizza I know when you open the box of like an accordion is snapped back a just messed up the pizza and my dad said don't turn the pizza upside down don't turn the pizza upside down naturally Dennis turn the pizza upside down we come back to the car by the way took almost twenty five minutes to find the car because both.
"g. e." Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"To live eight out this is Larry elder absolutely quite positively no at the number triple eight nine seven one S. A. G. E. feel free to call leave a message I'm interested in hearing your reaction to this special show so my dad and I are talking I start telling him some of the more amusing things that happen to me well when I was younger a lot of these involve involve mom there is a growth of a group of brick buildings up the road and my mother referred to them as the red brick apartment buildings and told us never to go up there so naturally Dennison I've course one up there we have a peashooter and there was a man who lived in one of the apartments who used to drinking when he would drink he off would come outside and scream at us and so he was a an object of scorn force so one day the man comes home he starts yelling at all of us he was very very drunk and he goes back into the apartment building the denizen I get pea shooters and we just literally destroy this man's door now the door didn't get destroyed just made a lot of noise when you shot the peace at the door yeah in the division I ran away knowing full well the guy had no idea where we lived Furthermore he was drunk so you would have been able to figure it out anyway so after dinner tonight reddit tat tat on this man's door we go home and we're sitting in the living room watching television and about fifteen minutes later there's a knock on the door my mother answered the door and this is a man who lives in the red brick apartments how we found out where we live I don't know how to track this down I have no idea and he proceeded to explain to my mother exactly what we did and he mailed it he said one of them the one in the red shirt did this and this and this and this and then the other one the one the blue sure did this and this and this and they keep hitting my door they must have done it from several minutes and I was yelling and screaming with they wouldn't stop that's exactly what happened and it was devastating to my mother what we did is that one of them went like this and he was demonstrating exactly what we did and that's exactly what we did and I knew we were dead this is not a looking at each other my mother standing there going aha I'll take care of it I'll take care of it I'll take care of it don't you worry about it I will take care they had no business doing that I will take care of it the guy leave another close the door and she turned around he goes that damn drunk and walks away didn't believe a word he said and there's I looked up the heaven's wall wall wall wall while I tell this story my dad he's cracking up and I told about the time I had a paper route you throw newspaper called the LA Herald examiner that was the evening newspaper most towns have since gone to give one newspaper the morning newspaper but the Herald examiner was thrown in the evening and the guy that ran the whole paperboy route was a man named George a man is about forty years old and all of us use to report to George and we would get our newspapers from George and then we collect and they would settle up with George and I'm very good with math I mean my work to my dad's restaurant so I knew how to add and and handle money and George was witness off he me about twenty dollars and said he only old me too and he did that over and over and over again and finally I went to mom and I told with this guy was doing and she was furious she said get my coat and my mom drove up to where these this facility was where this guy ran all these paperboys must been about thirty of us and George looked up at his desk and mom hit the door and my mother had a certain kind of walk and when someone is walking towards you the way she walks you don't want to have anything to do with her before she got to his desk George open a drawer and began counting out money the time she got to the desk he counted out about thirty or forty dollars and my mother took the money without saying one word to one we walked out now I told my mom that story years later and I said to my dad you know she said he said what I said she regrets at she said that man was stealing from all you boy I should have gotten all your money yes just starts laughing I also told my dad about the time I forgot to pick my mom up when I started driving I was sixteen years old and every now and then my mother would let me use her car which was a big deal when you're seventeen years old and you're using the car and driving by yourself oh boy now she worked at this time at the phone company my mom my dad long since stopped working for each other and my job was to use a car for that day and come back and pick her up around six thirty I completely forgot to pick her up don't know what I was doing all I know is I forgot and it was dead man I was so afraid to come home after I realize it's a picture up I think she can take the bus or get somebody else to bring her home and I was afraid to go come home because I just knew I was a dead man so I stayed out and stayed out and stayed out and ID come home to almost one or two o'clock in the morning when I got home she was up and I walked in and she said what happened and I told her what happened that I had forgotten to pick her up and she said I am so relieved because normally you're still responsible you never forget you always do what you say you're going to do and I just knew that you were in an accident because that's the only way you would not have remember to pick me so I'm just happy that you're safe and if your sound and I said Daddy maybe feel even worse and she knew would make me feel even worse and that's why she said it and I felt this small laughter.
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"G. E. triple eight nine seven one seven two four three Larry elder really secular calm studio so much to get to between now and the close of the program Nancy Pelosi I tended to explain why she hadn't sent articles of impeachment to the Senate I'll play this without interrupting you tell me if you can follow the logic here learn to read some Republicans have said looking like you're playing games with the peace can hold on to this article I said what the financing we are we have I have when we bring the bill which is just so you know there's a bill of lading order by the rules committee that we can call up at any time in order to send it over to the Senate and to have the visions in there to pay for the for the for the impeachment and then the next step in that Kerr okay the whatever you wanna call it the the the trial that is where you put the managers I was not prepared to put the managers and that bill yet because we don't know the arena that we are at frankly I don't care what the Republicans say they are not on the seven I said this is it I understand the folder sure I love the whole thing is political I her argument I guess would be I'm trying to use whatever leverage I have to try to ensure that they have a full trial in this in the Senate as Sunday's clearly didn't have in terms of getting all the witnesses and the house the one thing that that that kind of contradictions how many times did we here in the house from Nancy Pelosi from Adam Schiff from a number of people we got to move this along because Donald Trump is a clear and present danger we wait for him conceivably to do something well now she's waiting for what seems to contradict everything they were saying in the run up to the impeachment vote meanwhile over at ABC Terry Moran their reporters also wondering what Nancy Pelosi leverages but at the end of the day the rules of this trial will be laid down by Mitch McConnell I can not figure out what the strategy Nancy Pelosi has the constitution's as the house has the power the sole power to bring an impeachment the Senate has the sole power to try and I don't get what her leverages here and I think at the end of the day the Democrats are going to come up short because they don't have the votes in the Senate another one scratching your head it's Karen Thomas he she is a column for The Washington Post and a pundit on ABC she said holding back the impeachment does not undercut their own argument and the risks of delaying this are quite high for two reasons one is that it undercuts the house's argument that they had to move quickly on impeachment because it was so urgent and the second is that it is it is depriving their presidential candidates of any oxygen and the fact is if Donald Trump is going to be removed from our as it is going to happen next November meanwhile a new CNN poll shows that the Democrat lead over president trump is shrinking and support for president trump is going up support for impeachment going down this is CNN there has definitely been some moments out take a look here so this is our new poll right now folks our new poll and what we see we see Joe Biden up by five points forty nine to forty four over down from Bernie Sanders I'm forty nine to forty five over down from a list of war well within the margin merit just of a point and people to judge actually down a point but again within the margin of error now take a look at how that compares to October back in October by then was up by ten so his lease been cut in half Bernie Sanders is up by nine his latest been by cut more than in half and Warren was update and now she's only up one and bought a judge was up six and now he is down one this is massive movement towards the president of the United States at least in our poll at this particular point rock roll meanwhile Michigan voters told ABC's Martha Raddatz they were not happy about impeachment what do you think about the.
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"Enabling expenses to drop for investors and G. E. in eighteen T. stock or the first part of that experiment by the way speaking of the blockchain and big goin which is the digital asset on which blockchain is built it's all about digitization of money how often do you use paper currency anymore probably not very often right you're using credit cards and debit card you're using your apple phone to use apple pay when you're at a cash register have you been to China lately here's what's fascinating if you're planning to go to China as a tourist you know checking out the country and have a lot of fun there in China pretty much everybody is using digital tools they use their phones to pay for taxi cabs doctors visits meals flights they use Q. R. codes that are provided from some of the biggest financial companies in China WeChat petty and Allie pay and the key is that everybody's pretty much using this nobody's using cash in China anymore even beggars on the street ask for money via Q. R. code now this is really fabulous for the one point four billion people who live in China makes it easier to transact purchases and you don't have to worry about carrying cash and losing cash or getting mugged for people trying to steal your cash it's easier to record keep the transactions because it's all data automatically stored in your bank account and so on really terrific but what if you're a tourist hundred and forty million people visit China every year and it's virtually impossible to use we chat pay or alley Patty unless you have a Chinese bank account you can use credit cards most merchants don't accept credit cards because they don't have the scanners to process the ability to swipe or stick the card into the movie you know so it's it's a real conundrum so you know when in Rome do as Roman so when you're headed to China on your vacation you might think about not just getting a passport you might think about getting a Chinese bank account to facilitate your visit it's really just another illustration of what's going on that's money how about the area of health care Japanese researchers have previously shown that they were able to use gene therapy that slowed aging and mice yes scientists are now discovering that aging itself is a disease is not a natural part of life and they can slow aging they believe ultimately they'll be able to reverse aging but for now they have slowed aging in mice now they're taking that technology and they are using it in clinical trials on dogs and if successful the bacon slow aging and dogs they will then began you guessed it human trials fifty year old who stops aging cool I'm Rick Adelman you're listening to the truth about money triple a plane wreck online at rice Stillman dot com let's get the latest from Larry Pareil on the KFI news room former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg is reversing his longstanding support of the controversial stop and frisk police strategy ahead of a potential democratic principles dental run Bloomberg addressed a black church in Brooklyn and said the practice often lead to unfairly detaining more blacks.