21 Burst results for "Hello James"

"hello james" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:51 min | Last month

"hello james" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Double G and radio. I'm Raleigh James and you can interrupt the show. We've got about 20 minutes tonight probably an hour tomorrow night and a half hour the night after that. So 888-876-5593 88 88 Raleigh. And James on the south side who sends boo coo day stories. So hello, James. How are you? Thank you for taking my call. I had just walked away at that point and then I heard China I came back and said, oh no. I look like a little bit. Oh, no problem. No problem at all. So yes, as usually great group of stories, the most recent one you sent about the judge telling Anne hashes X that he's wasting time over who's going to be the executor of her estate. You know, that story is so crushing because this happens to 1° or another in so many families and my feeling is if you hate your family and you hate your kids and your siblings or whatever, then don't appoint someone as your executor. Then don't have a will, you know, but if you actually care about people who are left behind, it behooves you to have this in stone. So these arguments aren't taking place, and the most important thing when choosing somebody is somebody who is competent to actually carry out what you want. Otherwise, things disintegrate for years. And I know people look at this as tabloid trash, but I guarantee you that story happens every day in families across the world. And again, if you hate your family, then just do it wrong. If you love them, have an ironclad will with a good executor and make sure that person is capable. I mean, it may be your favorite kid, but if your favorite kid is not going to be able to carry this out, then that is not your executor. Yeah, I'll tell you the best case that ever heard of was thanks to notes as one. Where he had a great sector and he had a little clause in there that, hey, if I want to squawk over, go to get this disinherit. Actually, that's a very, very, very common clause is that if you can test the whale your disinherited. But it's not so much a question of contesting the will as if you appoint somebody who as executor who isn't able to carry it out and it may not even be bad intentions, but things can drag on for years and get messy and the fights ensue and I guess there's one in every family because you know James, I hear this story at least once a week from somebody. Yeah, and what's the worst part about is the only guys addicted to pay at the end of the lawyers? Well, when it comes to that, of course, of course. Yes, I often think that Florida raises more money through probate court than it does through any form of taxation. So of course, when you, when you get to that point, it's not only protracted, that's usually unless you're a billionaire at the end of the estate. You're right. Yeah, then I thought about I thought about like what happened with princes. All that spider and basically got a pittance of where his actual state had been. Yeah, and you really wonder, I guess with some people they have some morbid fear that if they write a will that somehow it's going to mean they're creating a death sentence, but when you talk about someone with the ability and funds of a prince, how on earth do you not have a will? Yeah, that and that task for the, oh, I'm not going to have. I don't believe in lawyers. Well, here's to say a weather you wanted to believe it or not, you will need a lawyer for something. You just may not be around to actually know it. Right. No need it. Yeah. Well, and you know, sorry, I'll say though. Far too many lawyers will just pretty much give you what you'd get off a LegalZoom or something. You know, you really need somebody who will write something that matters rather than a boilerplate and more and more I'm seeing people come up with boilerplates and I'm thinking, oh boy, is this ever contestable? Oh, yeah. It's like, yeah, if you can just punch holes through it. Oh, of course. It's sad. It's really sad because really you get like all these so I can mention all the and then what ends up happening, nobody gets anything okay or a lot of hurt feelings and the only guys who are happy are the guys in the suit. Oh, of course. That's right. So you see this a lot, but every now and then my hear about someone dying and test day, especially somebody who has, in some cases, billions of dollars, how on earth do you not have a will? Okay, let's just say it's okay. Okay, it's like a part of mine, but then when you see, I think if there was that line of myosin men goal astray yeah, the classic, this is where if you wanted to buy that plane, here is where it fits all too well. There you have it. So I don't know, but so I looked at that store and I thought, boy, that is that is more than just tabloid fodder. It's happening happening all the time. Now, of course, skeletons found beneath department stores. That's pretty interesting. And so, yeah, I don't know what to make about make about that. And then, of course, I try to stay away from the political stories because that's enough to scare the living daylights out of you. Yeah, I would say sometimes if you just go keep on scrolling down, you'll get to one that's something it's a real political, but it's so funny you like. Funny bones. But the problem is you gotta go through so much depression stuff that it reminds you that you say, oh, why can't I just stay on the slaughter thing where at least at least that I can't leave think of, okay, that's a lot of little slightly more entertaining, a little depressing, but it's a little more entertaining than what I'm going down this other route. Mom blasting the daughter's teacher for charging the students to use the restroom. And that, of course, has gone viral, and everybody's talking about that. But when I, when I read the story, they referenced a 2019 event where California teacher made an 8 year old urinate in a trash can in front of the classroom, and then forced him to spend the remainder of the day in his urine soaked clothes. Now, it would seem to me that at that point, that's a former teacher. I hope that person is not still in a classroom, but you have others, a teacher who was placed on temporary leave because he didn't let a female student use the bathroom.

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"hello james" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:03 min | 5 months ago

"hello james" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Margaret Atwood, says told you as a warning, said the Supreme Court's impending decision to strike down roe creates the nightmarish world that she was depicting, she went on to reveal she actually stopped writing the novel multiple times because she considered its premise to be too extreme to be taken seriously. See all those so darkly funny. Silly me, she commented theocratic dictatorships do not lie in the distant past. They are there's a number of them on the planet today. What is to prevent the United States from becoming one of them? It's happened. It has happening. Okay, James in North Carolina. Hi, James. Hello, James. Going once going twice. Bobby in North Carolina. Hello, Bobby. Hey, great morning, everybody. And I just want to say real quick because I'm looking at the time. So hopefully I can take these next three minutes. No. And I understand that shooter, you know, taking the words from the greatest president of all time. I mean, what would he not go on to that? And sorry, not sure what you're talking about. Oh, well, you know, people have been saying what people said that the worst his manifesto pretty much emulates the words of Donald Trump. Yeah, well, Tucker Carlson. At least stefanik. And you're coming to local Anna, so please, if you see somebody named Bobby. Okay, I'll say hi. Well, you are. All right. Thank you, Bobby. Okay. How hard could it be to find Bobby? North Carolina, a couple of weeks. I want you to walk around. Whitney Houston, Yellen, Bobby. Or the different variations of Bobby, you know, Bobby Ray, Bobby, gentry. Okay. All right. Can I have the tiniest of violins for the most pathetic of Republicans? Sure. Which one is this? That's

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"hello james" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:27 min | 7 months ago

"hello james" Discussed on WCPT 820

"You go There you go Carlos blowing the lid off Well she used to be Clinton's servers to hack into Hunter Biden Oh sure it must have been Hillary's server that did that James and you don't find her James and Florida you're on with Carlos hello James Hi good morning Thank you for taking the call One thing to keep in mind also the way you mentioned it earlier about the trigger laws and so forth The one important point I think that isn't really talk much about is that these people I don't mind that people You can not curse on this program You can not curse God BS is what he wanted to do I'm tired of diving under the desk Crampy is old now He was just a baby when he started with the this is like the seriously this is like the tenth time in a month that I had to do this You know what I think it is I think it's a bunch of things We're sharing one nerve the three of us are wondering this morning I'm not bang bang Oh man That's right We were the one that pushed them off the edge You and I You did I think he's upset about the fact that we're all going to have to be become Anne Frank houses where we hide women Yes We want to have their rapist baby terminated Yes I'm going to hide out of my attic They won't find you here David Yes Stephanie I do want to find out how it's going with zero rapist being on the streets in Texas because they promise us in 2022 that all right we're going to be taking off the street I'm going to go there in my wheelchair and find them Hey stop it Stop it Stop it Just stop it Stop it David and Massachusetts save us from him please Well I'm going to cover the facts So the biggest issue is isolation boredom But some good news for media bus The duty to do dams narrative took a hit in Michigan HD 74 I heard plasticine flip blue so maybe we should start pushing the narrative that the election kinase and over in Jim Jordan's not going to get the gavel because we know they're not going to give it to McCarthy I hear you And by the way I think it's a good thing JD Vance won He's I do too Ridiculous He's a ridiculous transcription And I think Tim Ryan Tim Ryan's already ahead Yeah So good Go as far right in trumpy as you possibly.

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"hello james" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

04:13 min | 9 months ago

"hello james" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Yeah, absolutely. One of the best taches in tennis, Jimmy had. Brilliant. I think that's just about it from a very, very busy, week in tennis. I'm sure the next one will be just the same, as I said, we've got events in Dubai, Doha, Acapulco, Guadalajara, WTA event there where I'm already with the top seed, so we'll be keeping a very close eye on that one. And we could have a new men's world number one come next week, so we'll have plenty to talk about folks. Our mascot for this week is Casper and he's so lovely. I'm looking at a picture of him. He looks like a puppy. I have to say he's three years old. He's a border collie owned by Allison. Allison, he is so beautifully groomed. That that head of hair on Casper is I just want to delve my face into it. It is so, so beautiful. And he's looking at me right now, he's got his tongue out and he's just making me smile. So thank you very much, Allison for bringing caspar into our lives and for being a friend of the tennis podcast. We have our own mascots, Billie Jean, has Billie Jean King and ilana kloss. She has slept peacefully in the background of our zoom recording throughout this podcast, so well done, Billie Jean for not interrupting. David has Darwin, Matt has Gerald. I have cars or I think all of our predictions this week decimated by Elena rosta penko. No, not yours well. Mine was decimated by Carlos alcaraz. But Elaine also Panko is a predictions heartbreaker. Also a prediction. Oh breaker. Yes, she, yes, she is. We have our executive producers and top blokes. Chris Albert Lee and Kyle weing Gartner, hello to you both. Thank you for being our executive producers. And Matt, we have shoutouts. We have James Nathan from Auckland, but currently living in Hong Kong. Hello James. Do we know James? We know. James writes to us I believe on Twitter. Yes. He's been somebody who's been around for a good old while and we much appreciate his support. Right, James. Early James, I think Hong Kong's or parts of Hong Kong are in lockdown, aren't they? So I hope you're all right. Stay strong and stay safe. We have Cheryl Harris from New Jersey. Oh, home of Bruce. And she says, I became obsessed with tennis as a child after watching the battle of the sexes which my mom insisted I watched with her. Oh, we like Cheryl. Cheryl and Cheryl's mom, hello to you both. That is, that's brilliant. I absolutely love that. Hello, Cheryl. Thank you for your support. And we have well beckmann, who says not Beckham, I had enough of that doing my childhood. Will well is from southeast London. He's a listener since 2018, hasn't missed an episode and says our family dog Rory is a cava poo like Billie Jean. Oh. Good work, well. Love that very much. And my godson, my guide son is called Rory. So we like that name and we like have a piece and we like you well, thank you very much. For your support, thank you to all of you. Thank you for listening, sign up to the newsletter, tell your Friends, leave us an iTunes review. It's Apple podcast now, isn't it? I sound a hundred years old. Leave us a review anywhere you like, just tell the Internet that we're brilliant. And we'll speak to you next week for another tennis podcast..

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"hello james" Discussed on Here All week

Here All week

05:57 min | 11 months ago

"hello james" Discussed on Here All week

"Hello, hello, hello, everyone. Again. Your precious time is now more precious or because we're with you. My name is Kelly Wright. And I'm James earnest and we're here all week, poking into your ears from the basements of Seattle Washington. Poke poke, poke. Hello, James. Well, Kelly, hey, there's a new number in my life this week. That's right. Can you guess what number that is? A new hint. It's not 7 anymore. It's 13. 13. That's right. I had to look at you. I was forced by my carrier to replace my perfectly functioning iPhone 7 because it no longer spoke to the T mobile G three wireless network or whatever the hell it's called because they shut it all down and now it has to all be number 5. What is it? 55, I forget the letter. It's fine. It's wrong with me. It's 5G it's gee, that's why it sounded wrong. I got it backwards. And there's a big concern too with this whole 5G switch over that there's going to be major airline issues. No, I don't know that story. All I know is my phone, which worked fine yesterday, doesn't work fine tomorrow. Yep. First of all, we are recording this show on the night of the full wolf. I believe it's pronounced full wolf. It's the wolf moon for this month of January coming at you from the wolf moon. Oh my God, that's a way back way back. Well, you know, there were in the past there were good movies by George Lucas. Yes. I know Wolfman Jack from more than American Graffiti, but that's where he's, I think, most burned into my mind. Yes. So anyway, the federal aviation administration has warned the potential interference could affect sensitive, airplane instruments such as altimeters and significantly hamper low visibility operations. So the airlines basically sent a letter and be like, this is a problem. This is a problem. They're basically saying it's an impending catastrophe. Hasn't that network been up for some time now, and it has, but if they're shutting down three G or whatever it is, I don't know if they're shutting it down. But the letter has been sent. So oh wait, you mean, it's not 5G that's interfering. It's the lack of three G, is that what you're saying? I believe I believe so? Maybe? I don't know. It's interesting that the new 5G service set to begin on Wednesday could render a significant number of widebody aircraft. Well, luckily, I don't fly till Sunday, so I'm great. Great. It'll figure, it'll be figured out by then. Don't you think? Well, Kelly, it's time for our opening segment conversation starters, sponsored.

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"hello james" Discussed on This American President

This American President

05:48 min | 11 months ago

"hello james" Discussed on This American President

"Tardis, do some astral projection into your younger bodies like Ashton Kutcher and the butterfly effect or Wolverine and days of Future Past. And jump into your hot tub time machine because we're about to do some time travel and change history. So are you guys ready for this? Yes. I love the I love the references. Don't forget Superman went back in time too. In his movie, he that was a reference where he flew back in time by the sheer speed of his flying ability. I read something one time that totally works. Great reference in there. So Superman one. Yep, yep. Well, yeah, so before we get too far ahead of ourselves, my name is Scott rank. I'm a host of history unplugged. We are joined with August company of Parthenon podcast network to talk about to go back in time. Who would you kill? So let's do a rundown. First, we are joined by James early, hosts of key battles of American history, say hello James. Hello, everyone. Mister Steve guerre, host of history of the papacy and beyond the big screen. Hello. And Richard Lim host of this American president..

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"hello james" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"hello james" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Good afternoon, we've made it to Friday. Yes, we have and the weekend the weekend without a lot of college football. We have one game in a Heisman Trophy announcement, although that will be more of a coronation. Let's get right to the headlines before we introduce our guest list and it is not good. We were afraid of about this, but Josh Joe lost the report came out yesterday, confirmed late last night. And another Alabama starter out for the playoffs. Speaking of our dabo lost his defensive coordinator earlier in the week to Oklahoma, his AD radakovich to Miami, and now his OC, second time he's lost an OC had co O sees a couple of years ago. One went to a USF now. Tony Elliott heading to Virginia. The dynasty in trouble. What about chip Kelly? Pete Thomas with some interesting news about Oregon's hunt if they're patient. The buyout drops from 9 million to zero on January 15th. Can they wait another month to save $9 million? What would you do to save $9 million in a month? I'm not really sure I've ever had to deal with that. But maybe some of you understand the predicament organ is in. And from USA Today, coaching salaries, you're still going up, including assistant coaches. We'll talk a little bit about that later. In the program. Steve berkowitz later in the show, we also have a Keenan Reynolds former QB at navy. I don't know why I'm going in reverse order, but John summerall, Kentucky coach, now he's at Troy. And the head ball coach at the university of Florida, making his first appearance here and maybe coming up for air after a week of recruiting Billy Napier. Just days ago, coaching a championship game, now he's all over recruiting for the Gators and he will join us in about 30 minutes and we really look forward to it. We talked to coach Napier before as at Louisiana, but never as the Florida head coach. We thank you all for being here on a Friday afternoon. Let's get to some phone calls. And begin with Kathy, who is in Georgia. Hello, Kathy. Hi, Paul. I haven't called you in several weeks because I was everybody to get out how Alabama was done when I was going to lose and have Georgia's going to win, and I'll buy what we saw the results. But all the bull crash should start now because Georgia did not win because there's no excuse. We didn't want it bad enough. We did not win it. Kirby is called the smart hate smart enough that he would have put JT and there's some reason manly or physically JT could not go in is what I think would reason because Kirby would have played by a problem. He did in other games and he would just stop and watch it wrong. So I think that's what's wrong and I'll go and let the other people but Monday or Monday next week I'm gonna call you with my Christmas list for the ACC. I look forward to that, Kathy, you'd be well. James is up next to hello James. I do it. James, we are all doing great. Thank you. Excellent. And excellent. Will Paul, I'm on the road. Two ladies again. It's a stressful eyeball. So where are you right now, James? Where am I? Was that a hard question? I am training east on highway 14, headed towards prat Alabama. Okay. You have been on 14 parts. I'm pretty sure I have, yeah, I've covered the roads of Alabama quite extensively in my youth. You know, I've located you go home here in my little hometown. Oh, really? Give me the details. I'm looking for a new house. Well, I mean, you can get in this thing cheat. Okay. There's so while the realtor yesterday when I talked to him. So what the size and what's he asking price? Okay. Honestly, can not give you the square footage. The home has been remodeled over the years and what used to be the garage is now the kitchen. Okay, so what are we talking about here? I mean, how much money? Well, the ass comprised, gosh, I shouldn't say this on the radio. But it's a 125,000. 125,000. Could I put ten down and pay the rest 30 year mortgage? Should I should I call the 84 ball? Do they stop? Do they still? Okay, yeah, 'cause I remember my parents bought a house on 30 year mortgage. What do you think about the suspension of the mandate? The vaccine mandate? Correct. And the fact that auburn university is backed off pushing out their football coach. Well, first of all, you have heard this. Well, first of all, it was a decision of the governor. It wasn't auburn university. And I have no issue with it at all. Well, Paul, I mean, I don't want to disagree with Paul found mom on his side. You're welcome to do whatever you are, but the governor made the decision. She's the chief executive officer of the state of Alabama. It was going with what the governor did. Army university was more impressed with what the federal judge did when he postponed the mandate. Let me assure you, I'm not following that closely. And it really doesn't matter. It makes one way or the other. So I'm not in favor of getting rid of a football coach over a vaccine mandate. But you're welcome to. Thanks for the call. Appreciate it. And thanks for the real estate information. Let's check out Jack, who is in Florida. A hell of Jack. Hi, how are we doing today? We are doing well. Thank you. That was even not the important part. With a coach name coming on later, and what he's done in about two weeks that Florida is just now getting there about a week ago. You ever seen a coach go this hard after assistant? Without even really meeting with a lot of people. Yeah, I mean, you have to tell me what he's doing. I'm in the dark in terms of what he did. The offensive coordinator he's picked up about three or four other assistant head coaches. No one after recruits more than anybody has since urban left. And a football we've looked forward to in this state for a while. Well, listen, going after recruits, it's all a matter of perception. I've heard he's a great.

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"hello james" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"hello james" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"297 billion dollars. That is Elon Musk's net worth. Can you believe that? I mean, it just seems like a couple years ago. It was like 50 billion. Before I remember when Elon Musk is net worth was like $10 billion. Elon Musk is worth nearly 300 $1 billion. He is the world's wealthiest man. And Elon Musk is one of the few people that you could call in the ruling class that is red pilling people by the millions. Do you notice the activist press though doesn't really cover everything Elon says, but it's okay. He's so rich. He's so big. I just want to say Elon, if you're listening to this, please go buy all the media companies and make them less corrupt. You're worth $300 billion. You could do it. Or go start your own honestly. Let's go to cut 43. Elon Musk was asked about the vaccine. And said this, play cut 43. It does not make sense to take the job of capital allocation away from people who have demonstrated great skill in capital allocation and give it to an entity that has demonstrated very core skill in capital allocation, which is the government. You can think of the government essentially as a corporation in the limits. The government is simply the biggest corporation with the monopoly on violence. And where you have no recourse. I want to reemphasize what he just said. That is one of the most red pilled statements I have heard. From anyone, with a net worth over a $100 billion, the government is simply a big corporation with a monopoly on violences from a Wall Street Journal interview. And they have no recourse. Elon Musk has just articulated one of the core beliefs of the founding fathers better than anyone that I've seen in recent memory, the government has monopoly on violence and right now we do not have a check and balance against them. Hello James Madison, your original thesis and now being articulated by the world's

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Elon Musk: ‘Government Is Simply the Biggest Corporation, With the Monopoly on Violence’

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Elon Musk: ‘Government Is Simply the Biggest Corporation, With the Monopoly on Violence’

"297 billion dollars. That is Elon Musk's net worth. Can you believe that? I mean, it just seems like a couple years ago. It was like 50 billion. Before I remember when Elon Musk is net worth was like $10 billion. Elon Musk is worth nearly 300 $1 billion. He is the world's wealthiest man. And Elon Musk is one of the few people that you could call in the ruling class that is red pilling people by the millions. Do you notice the activist press though doesn't really cover everything Elon says, but it's okay. He's so rich. He's so big. I just want to say Elon, if you're listening to this, please go buy all the media companies and make them less corrupt. You're worth $300 billion. You could do it. Or go start your own honestly. Let's go to cut 43. Elon Musk was asked about the vaccine. And said this, play cut 43. It does not make sense to take the job of capital allocation away from people who have demonstrated great skill in capital allocation and give it to an entity that has demonstrated very core skill in capital allocation, which is the government. You can think of the government essentially as a corporation in the limits. The government is simply the biggest corporation with the monopoly on violence. And where you have no recourse. I want to reemphasize what he just said. That is one of the most red pilled statements I have heard. From anyone, with a net worth over a $100 billion, the government is simply a big corporation with a monopoly on violences from a Wall Street Journal interview. And they have no recourse. Elon Musk has just articulated one of the core beliefs of the founding fathers better than anyone that I've seen in recent memory, the government has monopoly on violence and right now we do not have a check and balance against them. Hello James Madison, your original thesis and now being articulated by the world's

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"hello james" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"hello james" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Gosh thank you Brandon Yeah We're so thankful for you This Thanksgiving Golly By the way Charlie pierce wrote another great piece Louisiana and West Virginia Republicans who voted against build back better are failing their constituents West Virginia has been pummeled by diabetes while Louisiana is sinking into the Gulf of Mexico And he said John tester tweeted thrilled to be at the Great Falls international airport to announce the 9 and a half $1 million investment secured by my bipartisan infrastructure package and he said dear democratic incumbents this is how you sell it Yeah Is we have to be out there every day selling what we got for our constituents and what they didn't They got you know I mean that's you right there that ad every Republican wants you to pay $800 for your insulin instead of $35 Right I mean it's okay James in Kentucky hello James Have I reached the party to whom I am speaking Yes you have Listen I'm almost exactly ten years older than you So we all know how old I am 50 Yeah right I'll go along with that I never once in my life thought I would see this country go down so fast It's just almost stunning Like Linda Lovelace really is I'm going down What Did I say I'm getting all the blew up before I see my mom so they can work clean 29 minutes after the hour Malcolm dance Next Because facts matter You are the same to W C PT 8 20 I'm Jessica edinger CNBC It is a full trading day on Wall Street today Markets are in the red out of the gate this morning ahead of tomorrow's holiday bond rates are rising Germany is now considering a full COVID lockdown because of rising cases there And retailers gap in Nordstrom reported disappointing quarterly results The fewest number of people applied for unemployment benefits though last week since 1969 at just 199,000 U.S. economic growth ticked higher in the third quarter We got fresh GDP gross domestic product numbers The Reed came in a tenth of 1% higher at 2.1% An unusual holiday home buying search has pushed mortgage demand higher It's usually a slow season for home buying but not this year The mortgage bankers association says.

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"hello james" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"hello james" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Can go. And then my second part is. I always wanted to know something. It's been bag bugging me for forty something years. When ten state played alabama and not very crawl stopped. Mike guman at the goal line. If penn state had scored a touchdown. Do you think coach paternal would have gone for the two point conversion. so i'm trying to remember What was the score of the game. Was i alabama was up by touchstone. Okay i do not think you would have gone for two points okay. So you don't think he would have needed to get the win to get the vote. I just i mean i'm i'm kinda. Go back to nineteen seventy nine here and think how i would've gone but i joe paterno to me would be. He'd play the percentages that maybe he got the ball back. Thanks thank you very much Great to hear from you yard bird is up next. Hey yard bird yes. Hey bob hey man not question. I know you're a volunteer alumnae. And i'm a game cock. Obviously it's coming up what How did that tennessee. Offense offenses stack up against south. Carolina improved defense. We know the offense and approve. But defense here on defense really do But i don't i don't i don't think i don't see a good result for you this weekend. James is up next in tennessee. Hello james afternoon sir. How you fine all right so you got a grown man. He owns a bar and allow and he said in his bar minding his own business and some little girl goes back up to him. Well he ain't route do you. Don't push your way just saying. How's that so bad for urban. You tell me james. He wasn't really to his custody. I mean james malcolm my question here. Have you seen the video. yes i did. Okay and and how would you describe what was going on there. He was sitting at the bar. Was i. Just he was he was having dinner. He went over to say Some people would say hello and he was simply taking pictures. I know a lot of celebrities to take pictures. I don't know that many that do he is pictured doing well. He didn't do anything upset there. She's the one come back it up. Okay well then by all means What's it looks them. Well i'm taking urban side on this. Even though i'm not an urban meyer fan. This is man his job. Well i don't think this one incident would cost him his job. I think the fact that he originally lied about it in evidence. I mean there's there's urban meyer is not on speaking terms with the truth. And i think the biggest issue here isn't the fact that he's pictured at a bar with with young women. It's the fact that he didn't fly back with his team. And it's a credibility issue and they're they're multiple reports out today. That was in seconds of him apologizing to his team. The team broke out in laughter According to other reports he has zero credibility. this is a this is a pattern with urban meyer. This isn't an outlier. And you're welcome to defend urban meyer but the the owner of the team shad khan who is the only one who really matters in. This has already come out. And publicly admonished reprimanded urban meyer and and has has said that he needs to win back our trust. So i think while you're entitled to your opinion. The opinion of the owner is quite different. We'll take a break. mortar com. More desks will be dropping plenty. Guess we'll be dropping by including christian harrison about.

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"hello james" Discussed on Clockwise

Clockwise

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"hello james" Discussed on Clockwise

"Welcome back clockwise tech podcast. That's falling in. I'm your co host. Dan more than i'm joined as always across his inter of hours by my good friend and pal and dungeon. Amigo mica sergeant. How're you doing today. mica. I'm doing well dan. I meant to believe today's the first day of fall. Today's the first day of fall. I can't holy kabuki theatre made by an pumped falls a good season. It is and you know this house in this house fall. We've in this house. We also support to fantastic guests to my left this week. It is one of our delightful colleagues here on relay. Fm co host of rocket game developer extraordinaire. Many women have so many talents is brianna wu. Welcome back three. The following takes place between twelve o five pm. Twelve thirty five. Pm events occur in real time catchphrase clockwise once every time so good job really no ever and to my left is a developer on every one of apple's platforms maker of the delightful and the best p. Calc as well as a dice. Roller and a game. That sometimes gets involved in a few help menus as well. It is james and my dungeon buddy thompson. Hello james it's been a busy week hasn't had indeed anyway. We call it autumn here. All right. i'm going to take. I guess today with a question about i've had the i've had many is coming out. There's some of us up this morning as we record this and i mainly wonder what size ipad do you use right now. Have you used other size in the past. Would you consider using a different size in the when you got right now. What are your ipad size thoughts pre. You know i am a huge proponent of the ipad mini And i think. I have a different reason than most of the other people here. The ipad mini as a perfect size. That you can just throw it in a purse. So i always buy the cellular model of it and just drastically makes it a more usable right like if you're going to an appointment or a meeting you can just throw it in there so i'm so unbelievably tempted to buy one of these for me. Except in i'd love to know how y'all feel about it. the magic keyboard. The magic keyboard is in my opinion. The best accessory apples put out in the last few years. It is wonderful. It is the missing link that turns it in true to a true laptop replacement when i go on vacation or you know of the house for a few days which is rare rare found other. Yeah i always i. I often bring that and stuff. My m one. Mac book so as much as i love 'em what the ipad mini and that is my favorite size factor.

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"hello james" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"hello james" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"Or maybe our menu voices. I don't know but it's early. We love podcasting. We liked talking so eerie are so enjoy. The rich sounds of tyler. In james on the krypton report hello james. We got our cups of coffee. And it's getting cooler in ohio so everybody's dealing with the weather change sinuses times about time. The weather change. I don't have any problems. I think i think all i have is like. I learned early spring allard so which i've never really had before. Yeah cut the the problems of getting all of my favorite song right now called getting old suss but everybody's doing in a nice Yeah so i. I dealt with that earlier this year. Nothing major but just uncomfortable you know ever growing up out him and then you know when you're doing yard work getting all aegean's only lasted early season. Also ray now. I mean it's the big temperature swings net messed up. That would get me to the big temperature swings so this actually cooling down from ninety to the mid to upper ninety two and seventies is very nice that's the seventies the biggest relief ad. It's nice i love. It does code sinus pressure on my forehead management. Want kids a little bit of a cold allergies. Let's see here any news a little so it looks like that woman is going to do everything. He can to be batman. Without batman in reinvigorate the show by doing batman villains so they just cast poison ivy for about woman while she certainly fits the mold if they could use harley. They'd put her in there to She you know she is sexual female if they could use her they would put her in there there. You can set that up with the season Suzanne has officially wrapped completely. I'm i'm really surprised that they haven't started shooting sham. Three like they just like immediately kind of go into an three slash black blackadder movie you because They showed pictures of like the kids. Were they are now. I'm like wait too much longer. They're gonna be way grown a- well heck ashra angel what if teen sixteen years old when he did the first exam. So you gotta be an adult now accused already time. He owned a sous already on that on that cusp of like he's getting too old. Because once billy gets too old man like he just loses dishes am Something in is child in and stuff like that. I think it's a character thing. But you know they never. They don't ever really tell stories when he grows up as one of the interesting things. They didn't tell a story about but one of the interesting things in young justice. He's working as a a scar or whatever. Maybe it was just a escort. Era a sage as more by the justice league in young justice but seeing a grown man koch zaman changing into it and they're certainly interesting story italian older. Yeah i mean. I think it works better in the comics but for the films i think you has a morning having billy you know we gotta bring in blackout together. You know you planted the seeds in the first movie. We know he's not part of the second. One is to me will be interesting if they did it. Something where twenty. Twenty one is black adam. Twenty twenty two issues. Am to twenty. Twenty three's suzanne versus black adam ryan. You just had that kind of flow in you a road that wave out before you cutting is then then you can kind of maybe get into heaven. You should appear in other movies where it's not so much an focused a team or something where you could have billy in. Small parts whatever's yeah. Well you know everything kids. Don't stop growing and everything stopped for a year. So that's that's gonna put a that's gonna put a hitch in your plants hidden giddy. A all right what else. We got here Phantom poster the phantom poster the cannibal light. but it's in the phantom poster a realized. Why don't like it is because it used like the concept art of black adam and the concept art of the flash instead of having new photos of him. But it's interesting. What what do you think about this poster. Get across they are talking about. The entire season burst Everything that they've got coming ahead. You know movies at animation there. They've got a. Do games stuff. So i mean like you said it looked really looked almost fake. It looked almost cartoonish. These montage posters been made for everything. Since since i the star wars prequels where they just let shove all the characters in their into a fake background everybody we have whatever allies.

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A 10th Provisional Capital Falls to Taliban Control

BBC World Service

02:09 min | 1 year ago

A 10th Provisional Capital Falls to Taliban Control

"In Afghanistan, the Taliban have captured a string of crucial cities. They've driven out government forces in the third biggest city, Herat and say they've gained control of Kandahar, the second largest and the birthplace of their movement. They also appear to have seized Lashkar Gar, the capital of Helmand province, with government and army officials retreating to a single military base since American led forces pulled out just weeks ago. The Taliban have gained control of large areas of Afghanistan and now American troops are coming back not to fight the Taliban as such, but to evacuate US staff from the embassy in Kabul. To discuss all this. We're joined now on the line by Bill Rodgers, senior fellow at the Foundation of Defense of Democracies and editor of the Long War journal. Welcome to the program, Bill. Uh, Every day seems to bring a new string of military successes for the Taliban. How can we explain it? Hello, James. And yeah, this is The Taliban are having dramatic success. I'm not surprised. That the Taliban about the Taliban's plan about the Taliban strategy, only that the speed in which it was executed. The Taliban have been preparing for this offensive for a decade now. They had carefully. Their strategy has always been to take rural areas and use those rural rural areas to expand its control. Outward, uh, approaching the cities, the U. S and NATO and Afghan military. They ignored the Taliban strength in the rural areas, and instead they tried to defend the cities. And this has played to the Taliban strength that we have to understand about this offensive is that it was planned, organized, uh, supplied and forces were deployed. And and executed under the nose of U. S. NATO and Afghan intelligence. No one saw this coming because everyone was so focused on Peace talks with the Taliban being the solution. Meanwhile, the Taliban all along have used diplomatic means to hoodwink the west and hoodwink

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"hello james" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"hello james" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"There's no way i feel like. He's just kind of doomed but he's coming back in the limelight and he deserves it dude. He's paid his dues to this fucking industry and he has he deserves to get back into the limelight. In the thing is is one of my favorite movies is. It's it's the birth of my brendan fraser love. But for him like he's also been in some bad movies right. let's start. Let's not beat around. The bush like deadly do right and George of the jungle like ee had a time in the late nineties where he wasn't a good movies but as you've seen lake i think like even in these movies at weren't great. He's always had a charm that has made him extremely likable as a leading man. Not a leading man flower or killers of the flower moon. But i think what we saw with. No sudden move is like i. Don't over his like blood for brendan fraser talking. But he was one of my favorite parts of that movie. He didn't have an overly gigantic role in it. Like i think. I think brendan fraser's can act agreed you senate. He can do it man. I'm just i'm so pumped up form. I couldn't be happier for a sweet baby boy getting meals. I hope he. I hope lia hobie becomes my friend shadow to our guy burn frazier. I'm on the role nother trailer. Cinderella starring komo. Ko which we talked about this a little bit. There was a teaser. Trailer cubs us amazon. Prime video billy. Puerto dina mozelle many driver pierce brosnan. However james corden chevron talk record. That's the thing everyone's talking about jamie. See gypsy baby. Jesse no is ever no. I'm the for. I am the first person to ever say to mention. James corden. Then go jim see. I hope we have them on one day. You could just say like hammer so happy to be joined by william see. We were very close to having james. That's right and it. Just would it be me interviewing him and he's like i'm like hello james welcome. I wonder how long one of us would be able to do a fake english ex before one of them realize route faking like english and it would be so fast it. I could do two sentences before. I'd start to feel very embarrassed with myself. Yes yes you. Regardless of your feelings about james gordon you gotta give it up for his agent manager like spending a lot of stuff in high profile stuff to look cats kind of amiss. But you'll been in big movies. I think he's a point which is true. He's been in every big movie. That i think he's wanted to be so difficult and some good agent work. That's for sure well. who could. Who could forget. Trolls world tour. Where a lot of people. I'm sure voice. Peter rabbit temple franchise. I'm not trying to shit shit. On james corden saying like he has become one of those actors that when he's there like you know he's there and i think that's a credit to him like he's the ethnic he wants that they for himself can't confirm never interviewed him..

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"hello james" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"hello james" Discussed on Gun Talk

"Show podcast where we saved all the best things that we can't say on regular radio now. Here's tom michelle and jim for the gun. Talk after show after show as well. Hello james how michelle how are you. I'm great how are you good house business coming in by still coming in good people. Buy guns guns. Ammos really buys heavy. Oh there's no question as to what they would buy all the amber although major i'm seeing prices going down but i don't know if that's making its way to the store level because that's the online guys right now it. It hasn't really changed a whole lot with us but it. I don't think it will for while see those prices. You're not buying truckloads like some of these places. Rt no akshay me. We're getting whatever we get offered which might only be a case or two or you know so. Yeah yeah that's where we are. We're gonna work through this thing. Yeah that there's limitations on you know what you can. You'd love to buy a twenty to fifty ammo milk. No kidding no and you got the now. They're saying we have as many eleven million new first time gun buyers. Well that's eleven million more people buying ammo exactly. Yeah a lot of people who own guns may not be shooting much anymore but the people who just bog onto probably really trying to buy ama- i would think so i would also too. Yeah try to train exactly right. Well speaking of people who need to get trained up and all this talk with random who's called in out of nevada. Hey thank you for your patience. Appreciate you hanging in there. Welcome to after show thanks. Tom usually worked sunday. So i always had to listen on the podcast today off and actually get to call in. What's on your mind. Well i know you covered this before we talked about. I listen to you talk about firearms. Instructors and i used to work in. Colorado is a firearms instructor for department. There and the next door neighbor lady knew that's what i did. So she comes at one day and and wanted to give some advice on a gun because she wanted something for self-defense. This lady in her mid to late sixties. Not in the best shape really nice lady great neighbor but she asked me. What would i recommend for self defense. So i said well. My wife carries a little five shot. Their special needs to use. Nobel's whistles when it's time to use it use it. She says well that sounds great. Maybe maybe that's what i'll get. She says i'm going to a field kerry class and a couple weeks and we'll see what happens after that. So she wanted to get a permit so she goes to this class and a few weeks go by and then she comes back over here. You're carrying a case to the house. And i opened the door so once he got there she said. Oh i got my new gun. I want to show to you. She opened up this case. And it's a beautiful double stack payroll ordinance. Stainless steel forty mine. Nice so wow. That's that's great so this is what you you buy for your self defense. You know you start your says the best gun. I could get great. She says. Can you take me to the range. So i said sure. We'll get a couple of boxes of forty five forty five so we got a couple of boxes and we go to the range. Tom no matter what i did. It was very difficult to get this. Sure this lady to be able to shoot this gun. Rational slide alone wrong gun just about impossible. Let me let me ask you did. Did the instructor sell her the gun as a matter of fact he did. Oh how about that. I worked with her and finally got her to to be able to shoot it but not very well Racking the slide the hardest part so you know it takes a homey we do that and Is quite a quite a few months later. She finally talked to my wife and said you don't want to get rid of this gun. Would you like to buy it for randall. For his birthday or something. And that's what my wife and my wife ended up buying it for me. So i have the gun now and she goes out and buys herself a little revolver is perfect for her to sit in the first place but i just. I can't believe there's an instructor that would recommend i mean. She went to his class. He saw how she would handle. A rights you shaky. Why did he do this. Why would he recommend this gun because he needed thirteen hundred bucks to buy another gun from self fast. Say personal gusting. A bad name is terrible in. Yeah i always say there's a bell curve and everything and that's instructors to. It's not just a bell curve of abilities also ethics Yes yes most definitely lack of. There's another instructor just a quick story. This this friend of mine. His daughter went to this guy Different same town instructor and when he gets done with her she comes. He'll well my. My instructor says by pulled my gun. Somebody's gonna get shot so you mean. She says that gun holster. Somebody's gonna get shot so the guy drops the knife you're gonna shoot him anyway or yeah born. I don't know you. You got to shoot somebody. That's simple begun. You just gotta shoot somebody man. I've heard that it's like the dumbest thing in the world but you know what it is you you get. That's exactly jim. Does you get these instructors who have got sound rough and tough like they really know what they're doing probably never don't have any law enforcement. Background may not have even have any military background. Don't know what the hell they're talking about. But it said half the gun comes out. Somebody's gonna get shot with my gun. I'm going to shoot somebody not not allowing for the possibility that between the time you pull your gun out and shoot. Something happens to defuse the situation and the person turns around and runs away. This people going to jail for shooting back and she could tell the police officer. My instructor said somebody get shot. When it's gun come see how that works. Well here's the deal you know if the guy runs away now you have to go walk around and find somebody to shoot. Apply clean into the news media of them. You're going to be quoted smile on good morning..

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"hello james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"hello james" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Doesn't it for two reasons. first. Of all i mean if i were a business owner i would want to have my offices fully open. You know people no longer having to social distance. Everybody back to normal. Let's get life on the road again. But the fact remains that the league responsibility now lies the employer. The government washed. Its hands effectiveness. That this now your choice but then if you hear warnings the likes of which you just set. Could we buy back down in lockdown in in a month and a half's time you think well what do i do. Because where do you strike a balance. I mean and even the government messaging this confusing. They it was initially talk with you. Know big bang. Say everyone back in the office but last week at the press conference. Boris johnson was still sort of saying the directive isn't work from home. It's if you can work from home. Maybe still work from him. But i think if you talk to so many people across so many industries now every business has gotta plan in place for flexible. Working it is going to be the biggest shift in office working in in decades. Because i think everyone now is going to do some kind of split words. You know two days in the office three days at home you look at the way. That businesses are shrinking. Their footprints in cities like london Getting rid of premises consolidating. The number flaws that they have in buildings say that you'll there for meetings and things like that that your work from home the rest of the time. I think that many people again to think okay. It's the summer. If i you know do one or two days. Maybe a week in the office but it's going to be working from home. Enjoy the weather. I don't trust what's going to happen. We might have to lock down in five six weeks time anyway. And i'll be working from him against wildwood. I rush back into the office now. It's funny it is a the rest of the world is looking at this as well. As in a strange way everybody's looking to see how this goes And the reputation of the united kingdom is almost on the line here. I'm just looking at developed this morning. It says johnson sticking to the plan to get rid of the mosques. The risk is highly politically. He has no choice. There's a sense that this is boris. Johnson is boxed in but the rest of the world wants to see what kind of reputation in the uk is going to get for itself. Yeah i think we're starting to see the. Uk added more and more red less than added it to the red list on saturday. And i think it's gonna be you know it could come back and haunt the government as well because that trying to get british people to get traveling again to support travel companies lines by getting his onto holidays but it feels like if this role in the next few weeks more and more countries are going to add the. Uk's the red list and people are going to be locked in by the rest of the world no matter what. List the country Has from the uk vincent mckinney. Thank you so much for joining us on monocle twenty four. That was the westminster watcher vincent. Macaroni you're listening to the globalist. The white house issued a warning to us businesses about operating in hong kong as beijing imposes it security laws in ever stricter ways foreign nationals in the city have been arrested and the us has warned that if you work in hong kong you'll movements your transactions could well be monitored. James is hong kong berra chief and he joins me on the line now. Hello james morning Good to have you with us Just what's prompted this. Well it's been over a year now since the national security laws in place in hong kong. And i guess over that twelve months. We've been learning how it's going to be applied. And so the. The biden administration has issued this business advisory on friday which basically sets out the risks that business people in and us businesses in particular face from being in hong kong. It's nine page memo it kind of goes into quite a lot of detail that basically summarizes what's happened over the last Euro so if you want to take it at face value not see it. As a political move then it could be a kind of handy cheat sheet or primer for any american businessperson who is already in hong kong or looking to invest set of hong. An office here and what warnings the is a nine page document giving it It lists i guess four or five main areas from the regulatory financial legal risks. You could get into trouble for saying the wrong thing But you know what one thing that i find particularly interesting is it raises the potential reputational risks of operating in hong kong And i'm not sure What implications there because the the nine page memo doesn't then go on to clarify what they mean by the reputational risks and whether us businesses might get into trouble back home in the us For being seen to operate in hong kong and and making money out of this city But it does just kind of summarize all the different areas That you that the company or even an ex patriot in hong kong could get into trouble and but the reaction here for a lot of us businesses and usa experts has been kind of very much. Tell me something. i don't know We're very much aware of of of what it's been like over the last twelve months and we don't need something someone in washington Telling us the risks we face so it hasn't been hasn't been very very welcomed here by anyone from from the from the hong kong government or the us community here And everyone's questioning. Why this advisory was Was necessary this therefore creates a little bit of attention that perhaps beijing is not going to be unhappy about. Yes it's it's a it's a curious Move to make from from biden administration. Because i guess the reception Of this advisory over the weekend today on the first working day the week Has been a bit of Head-scratching at at why the us administration seems to be targeting us businesses And and you know. I its own Its own people in hong kong. This is very much seen as something. That's not going to really make an impact on beijing. The have obviously been howls of protests and strong worded Statements made by beijing and by the hong kong government But this is seen as something that might actually impact on on. Us interests he us commercial interests..

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"hello james" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"hello james" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Has subsequently died from coronavirus. And I wondered if the family would be responsible to repay. No, no family isn't the estate theoretically is but Don't even know if they are going to open up a probate. Uh, you can sue the estate, but it doesn't exist. The guy have any money at all? Not much. Not even illegal. I don't. Yeah. No, no, no. You're not going to get anything. It's you basically have just lost $2000. But you got the better of it. Think about this. You're still alive. Yeah. Yeah. So you have to look at that. Hey, uh, you know, uh, you owe me money. But you're kind of dead now. Can you sue dead people? Yeah, you can, and it's through their estate. Let's say there is a substantial business or loan, and it's written up in the proper document and a sizable and whoever you loan the money to Has a sizable state. Yeah, you go right after the estate. There's no question about it. I mean, that's there's real money behind their James. Hello, James. Welcome to handle on the law. I Have already given the HR director to doctor's notes regarding my inability to use a computer, the district purchase and anti glares. But I had to say no, because when they called here we had a phone conference over the phone, which is a really ridiculous idea to begin with. Anyway. The director of HR told me that that I would have to be put on will be on sick Leave, meaning I would have to use up my sick time. My vacation. I think we didn't We talk about this before you had called before. No. Oh, God. I just thought I haven't almost identical call. All right. Are you in front of a computer as part of your job? Not every day. My job is working with special ed kids, and I would I would before pre before the pre pending. I'm I would definitely help them with the computer and you can't even look. So now you can't even look at a computer. Correct. I cannot because I my eyes I have major. I have chronic eye pain and I've already submitted to a valid doctor note. And you know what's so funny about the second note that I turned in? Is that the director when she called here on this on January 22nd she ignored what the doctor had. Well, I mean, she can ignore all she wants. That doesn't matter. So here's the question is that Is that your chronic? I, uh, well, and I'm assuming it is chronic. And that means you're not gonna you're not going to be able to look at a computer again, basically correct. Incorrect because what I'm going to do is I'm going to go get a third opinion from a doctor. Why do you need a third opinion? You've already gotten to know. I understand. But remember, this doctors are just like mechanics because one mechanic says something's wrong. I'm sorry. You know you have different opinions, so you have contradictory opinions from the doctors. Yeah. You need a third doctor, And then, uh, they get to deal with it. And now you're in for a fight you've got you've got a discrimination case, and he may fall under the ADA A. I don't know if what you have falls is considered a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act. But if they say no at this point Uh, you could use up your sick pay just to get the hell out of there. And that will be reinstated as part of any any settlement. How would that be reinstated? Can you explain it Because you get your sick pay, So right now you have to use your sick pay right? Nine days. Let's say so. You still get paid, and it's sick Pay, So you settle it. You file a suit, Whatever, the lawyer says. That you're filing some disability claim whatever you're making, and part of it is a and I get my sick payback. So I get my nine days back. What I want to do, too, is that I want to go back to work because I'm pretty sure if you're allowed to go once your eyesight comes back, and you can use the screen, even even an anti glare screen. But that's an air anti glare screen in front of every computer, right exactly, And how many computers are there in the classroom? Well, because we're doing remote learning now, all right, But when you go back right now, it's one because you're at home. Uh, By the way at home, you're doing nothing but using the computer, correct, Correct, Bill, But you know what? I'm not even using the computer anymore. Nor because of the doctor. All right, so you can't even so you're not. Even. So, How do you teach? How do you teach? Okay, That's what's happening. Is that right now? I'm not. I'm not working due to the fact that they received the doctor's note indicating that they're asking. Hold on, and they're asking you to use your sick pay. You've got to get over to any discrimination attorney. I mean, like right now. And try to figure this out because this is a complicated mess, to say the least. Hello, Albert. We're gonna call from life insurance inheritance. Six kids, 600,000. What do we expect to pay in taxes in term life insurance? Yes, Fathers. It's not. You're just a beneficiary of life. Insurers are not going to pay tax in California. What we've done is six kids. We don't pay nothing. No, it's space. So it's how much money we're talking about. 600,000 for over six kids was $100,000 each Now. 100,008. Yeah, No. Six is 100,000 each? No, it's $100,000 each. Thank you for straightening that out. No, you're not going to pay taxes on it. Oscar. Hello, Oscar Welcome to handle on the law. Hey, Bill. How you doing, man? Yes. What can I do for you? I I had some dental implants installed on my lower frontier teeth. And the other day I was chewing gum, and they fell out. Wow. Hey, Well, where were you walking at the same time. When you were chewing. No, no. Wow. Okay, so we're all right. So that's off the table, all right, because that's a legal concept to um All right, so they fall out and you install them two years ago. Yes. All right. What's your question? Well, do I have recourse? I went back to you. Oh, yeah. And he said that they cannot be reinstalled because of my job bone in the front. Okay, I would have to get the lower All of my lower teeth replaced. Okay? Here is The issue with the dentist. It's his problem. What you have is dental malpractice. If after two years you're implants fall out. Then what? The dentist. It is misdiagnosed the strength and density of your job. And, uh, for him to say Oh, no. Now that they've fallen out, you've got to get everything replaced at the bottom. Oh, no, no, you He's got a problem. And are you you? He's got to just fix it all for free. And if not, you sue him. You get the cost of doing it all. And if it's under $10,000, you're going to see him in small claims Court if it is, and it's probably a lot more than $10,000 to have your an implant on an entire lower lower teeth. I mean, that's you need a full arch on that one, and those are more than $10,000. So then you have to decide. Is it worth it to go to an attorney? Do you just accept $10,000, But I think you've got him, uh, that that smells of dental malpractice. There's no question and then their dental malpractice attorneys so you can go to handle on the law dot com and talk to, uh, one of the lawyers. And there are lawyers who don't necessarily specialize in dental malpractice but have done dental malpractice cases. In fact, there may be lawyers on the website that do Primarily dental malpractice on medical malpractice. Just go to handle on the law dot com and I think be able to find a lawyer. This is handle on the law..

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"hello james" Discussed on Handel On The Law

Handel On The Law

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"hello james" Discussed on Handel On The Law

"Years so back in ninety seven we got divorced. Well both houses. He got both houses. We bought him during the marriage and I i don't understand that. I i i i got a second lawyer anyway now and then i think in about i never signed the quick claim some clerk in the court did that signed my house away and i never signed anything so i was wondering and it's been a long time but i i really i think about it more and more men i think about that. Yeah i don't blame you First of all the court can order a transfer of title without someone signing a quick claim deed during the course during the course of a divorce litigation. Because you have people say i just won't sign so therefore what happens if it's part of the order or that part of the agreement so that doesn't help you. And how many years ago did this actually happen mary. Wanting ninety seven ninety nine hundred ninety seven so yeah. Yeah were little bit into fudge all favors. I just found that out. So it's not like it but i still think i still think there's an issue and when you say you found out the all the papers were fried. What does that mean. well he dumped it deducting all up. I have the real ones that. I'm not comparing him again. Okay here's what i want you to go. See a family law attorney. I think your past the statute there may be an issue when you discover fraud. And i don't know the answer to that But yeah it's definitely time to see a family law attorney just to see where you sit on that and you go to handle on the law dot com and that is where i would go pretty good tourneys air james. Hello james welcome. What can i do for you. Yes my name is james yes it is i have. I have a question regarding if i have a lawsuit against my credit union. Okay now what. how okay. What happened was about about thirteen years ago. i married. i'm writing checks out and my bills are being paid but all of a sudden. I've noticed i have all this money in my account and i'm writing checks out so i called the companies. I'm writing checks to them. They say yes. They've been paid. So i called the credit union. I find out that they're through a deep investigation. They're taking. They're writing checks off somebody else's account and so i was like. Oh my gosh. So now what happens so they figured it all out and and everything was back track now about six years ago all set in the same credit union. i'm divorced. I'm divorced now but the same credit union all sunday. Notice when i get my statement. There's two over two thousand dollars gone in my count. And so i'm going okay. Where did this two thousand go. And they asked me. If i know this person right say no. I don't know this person..

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Terminology and Science Museums

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

10:10 min | 3 years ago

Terminology and Science Museums

"So we can have a dialogue again. This is exciting. I love talking about museums with my museum friends and I hope you guys like it too but first first of all I wanted to. I neglected to mention something in my last episode with regards to conservators and this is very important for trivia purposes. One of the best solvents for gently cleaning the surface of paintings is human saliva and that sounds gross in weird but in fact any conservative that you talk it was like Oh yeah absolutely spit on that well not spit on it. I actually I got a chance to do that at work. The other you've got to spit on I got to spend on some painting raining so We were cleaning some Oil on board me and my coworker Carol. Hi Carol she doesn't listen to this podcast and She gave me a bunch of thin sticks and a bunch of loose cotton and she taught me to grab a piece of cotton and roll it up and stick it in my cheek and let it sit there and then pull it out. Roll it around the stick and then gently like buff. The surface of the vichy was hazing. You she he did the same thing. We're both both like cotton or cheeks like like the Godfather and cleaning the surface of paintings and it is this is an excellent solvent because it has a gentle and like I'm enzyme that breaks down the surface of dirt but doesn't harm The the image the image or the varnish. That's the word I'm looking for and this is why people don't want you to get up close and personal with the paintings museums because it's covered and spit. They're covered in human spirit. You guys just thinking they don't want you to spend on at least don't spit on them because it will break it down eventually eventually. Also zoos museums yes. One hundred percent hundred percent user museums. They have a collection process. They collect animals and they have a loan process. They loan animals to other museums for certain amount of time. There's paperwork involved. They have the accession process. It's more gruesome than a normal museum process shirts. They D- Accession. There's paperwork involved when an animal shuffles off this mortal coil. So I wanted to give a shout out to you my cousin the zoo not my my work cousin the chiefs that your cousin is zoo. Steve's yes yeah Steve's brothers the Internet my cousin Xue facts okay we we. We have a friend in listener yes Jane Liz Zookeeper Oh keeper. Yes Hello James. Hello James and we decided we're just going to go to the zoo with a microphone and having talked to us. I think it's a good idea and I think I think he would be down for it. He's been like really. I mean I feel terrible because we have been in touch with him and we just have not gotten a chance to like hook up and actually do an episode. But he's a great guy he he has very interesting work. He's funny interesting and we're definitely going to do an episode soon. And that's I think we definitely should go to the zoo do like real. NPR Shit Man Mandalay Bay. She goes to the zoo. I love that okay. That's it misinformation goes to the zoo. Get Ready James. We're coming for you all right museum terminology. Time time okay. All of these terms are for my award. Winning powerpoint presentation entitled Life Is Short and then you die physical deterioration and how to prevent it. It is not award-winning. It's just one of my powerpoint from class but okay I term inherent vice. which was my team? Name for Trivia and Grad School and. Yes we want a lot Inherent Vice is the tendency and physical objects to deteriorate because of the fundamental instability of the components of which they are made as opposed to deterioration caused us by external forces. What does that mean it? Basically means that the makeup of the object is slowly destroying it from the inside. And there's nothing you can do about it. A good example of this as newspapers the process by which the paper is made is very acidic which causes the paper to yellow and crumble eventually which is not reversible by any conservation mean all objects have some kind of inherent vice as a result of the baseline law of entropy of course but we're not going to get really philosophical about this because that's just looking into an abyss is that we just don't have time for today. My students in my injured archives course get a whole week of me just telling them how terrible everything the thing is. Light is bad. Water is bad. Air As bad heat is bad touching things as bad like just. Don't yeah just don't that's the that's basically. Yeah this is your stuff is going to die. Yup Life is short and then you die. That's why I called that. My students laugh but it's true. The next term is foxing. Your must be familiar. smiliar with this. It is an age related process of deterioration that causes spots and Browning on old paper documents. The name may derive from the Fox like Reddish Brown color of the stains or the arrest. Chemical Ferric Oxide which may be involved paper so affected is said to be Fox. I see this a lot with like bookbinding Oh yeah absolutely foxing also occurs biological study skins or specimens as an effective chemical reactions or mold on Melanin. The causes of foxing aren't super stood. It might be mold or the oxidation of metals. Like iron or copper in the pulp or rag from which the paper is made but no one is entirely sure it is reversible but it is kind even intensive process so a lot of times if the paper is already unstable foxing. Isn't that big of a deal and so a lot of conservatives we'll just leave it mhm unless it's like super bad and you can't actually read the paper yeah The next word is crippling Crippling the distinctive network of fine cracks in glass which is visible to the naked eye It's one of the symptoms of Glass Disease Aka sick class or glass s. l. nece nicer bones. Yup Bird bones. Glass disease is caused by an inherent instability the chemical composition of the original glass formula It is irreversible double but able to be slowed down by tight climate control which we will talk about in a moment and and Lauren did a really great episode heart glass. Yes I did an episode episode twenty one year. So we're back there in the catalog early enough first year and also if you like glass may I plug the series blown away on Netflix. which there's like competition show about glassblowing very fascinating so yeah glasses? Amazing like if you're a local New York state. I highly recommend the Corning Museum of glass which talks about the science the history the art and like another thing of glass. It's just all about glass and it's a big beautiful museum that got a great a gift shop off their gift shops fantastic and they do hot glass shows where they actually like make glass in front of you and talking about the process and it's really cool So highly recommend and go to the Corning Museum of Glass. The next term is called cobbling cobbling is a plea distortion of paper parchment or textile. It appears as has wrinkles puckers or ripples often in parallel ridges without creases liked buckling but appears in waves. So cobbling just kind of looks looks like like a rumpled sheet basically like on your bed also just as an FYI words like weeping oozing desiccation or drying out offc gassing the evaporation potentially dangerous chemicals into the air or fry -able which is easily broken apart or flaking tends to be words used in other fields as well but all have to do with pound object is damaged or breaking down the just going back The like this cock owing paper happens because Paper if it absorbs water and then when the water out so this is why you don't want your humidity and your temperature. Allocate Awhile Talk Yeah. That's that's a big thing that'll happen that you can like clearly visible that Yudo. Something's wrong paper starts doing yeah. It's a very obvious symptom Kim of that also a couple of words that are not necessarily damage But definitely our weaknesses in the object. So so this term correct floor. Crack Laura's a fine pattern of dense cracking formed on the surface of materials usually oil paintings. It can be a result of drying aging aging intentional patterning or a combination of all three and the term is most often used to refer to temper Oil paintings but it can also develop old ivory carvings painted miniatures on ivory backing. Recently analysis. Chrysler has been proposed as a way to authenticate art basically. It's just the way that paint is layered in the process of actually painting getting the piece of artwork sometimes certain layers Dry faster than others or there is an off gassing process during the drying process and it damages the surface level and so it actually shrinks or expands spending and causes these fine cracks Which is interesting Crack floor in Pottery is called crazing in that at similar in that it's fine. Cracks appear on the surface of the material most often the glaze layer of pottery ceramics and beautiful it is beautiful and especially like both cracker crazing. One could argue is desirable desirable in certain cases. Like when you see Chrysler and a painting you know it's old it's an antique Lens Air of like authenticity to it. crazing and pottery is seen as like a textural benefits and it does make the peace weaker to a certain extent. You're not supposed to like DOC put. You're not supposed to wash or soak pieces of pottery. That have crazing on them. Because that means that there's a weakness in the water can get into the poorest part of the pottery but it is very beautiful in some potters and artists. Like make sure that it is purposeful like they purposely fire. Fire it so that there is some crazy

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Apple's Newest MacBook Pro Is Fast But Flawed

Digital Production Buzz

03:48 min | 4 years ago

Apple's Newest MacBook Pro Is Fast But Flawed

"Hello, James, welcome back from Comecon thanking Larry. It was a fun week of great news for shown fairs, including the return of popular Star Wars series. Some great footage of Godzilla aquaman and wonder woman, and the doctor made a house call in San Diego from Great Britain. So it was a lot of fun and you can read all about it at Donald news dot com. So now you're all rested and ready to go. What's the news? It's the best working vacation ever. Let's go Nikon. Officially announce their full frame merely camera. It isn't often that the rumor mill of spot on Larry, but in the case of Nikon's new merely camera it is with a huge sixty five millimeter lens opening the Nikon, f, z, full frame camera will likely borrow a lot of features from the eight fifty, including a variant of their home grown sensor that they put in the fifty last year. It will come in two different models, a higher and professional forty, eight megapixel model, and then the consumer grade twenty four megapixel model. Both will shoot four k. video with Nikon's flat raw profile, and it has a new Zima lend system and Nikon assures everyone that though have an gap there so that everybody can continue using their legacy lenses and look for it to come out by the. Spring of twenty nineteen. Why Assam mirror less cameras. So important. I mean, DSL are still dominant. Aren't they? Well, yeah, but not for very much longer reports are showing that merely camera sales and rentals are beginning to outpace DSL ours. It's exciting to see Nikon putting a lot into a higher in Maryland model, and if it's half as good as the fifty, I think Nikon sure going to have a winner that could leapfrog them into the higher in camera game and go ahead with the Sony alpha series. It'd be interesting to see how cannon response to and the talk is we're going to know about that pretty soon. All right. That's Nikon. What's our next story? Apple has addressed issues with thermal throttling and the new Matt book pro. Apparently, there was a quote unquote missing digital key, which was causing the macbook pro to throttle down almost instantly below its rated specs during higher performance applications like rendering video and game playing that type of thing. So apple issued a firmware fix that. Not only solves the thermal through. Totaling problem, but brings the benchmarks backup to the performance specs in its rated range. What's your thinking about the facts? Thrilled that apple responded quickly to it rather than doing the typical song and dance that takes forever like the butterfly keyboard issue had. But my problem is how many times since Tim cook took over, have we heard about bugs that are plaguing the performance of apple products? I'm not talking about a little bugs. I'm talking about major bugs that affect battery performance in processor performance. It's almost expected now Ghana, the gaze at apple saying it just works and it's clear to me that the company is more interested in sales numbers than releasing a product that is as ready as the hype says, it's of Jayme software is much more complex today than it was say, ten years ago, it seems unrealistic to expect almost everything to work perfectly. That's a fear criticism I grant you, but you have to admit that we've all been spoiled by. Job Sonian expectations. Steve Jobs was obsessed about releasing a product that was perfect, and Tim cook just isn't that way k. that's apple. What's our third story and Sony has updated the firmware for the Senate Alta Venice Cima camera being used for projects, ranging from music videos to commercials to features,.

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