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"hello sarah" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"And editor in chief at Voice of San Diego Going is always by Sarah Livy. Manage together. Hello, Sarah. Whoa and Andrew Keats, assistant editor. Triumphantly returned in the 2021. Hello, Andy. Guys. Great to be back. Missed you. Yeah, you you you had to go. Was it? Did you go to D C was that he did or Yeah, man's man, some friends I met on this obscure social media APP has been having like some really chill conversations over the last few months since like early November. And yes, we all like rendezvous din in the capital onboard. You know, Crowds were a little bigger than I had intended. But, you know, we had a fun time. Yeah, No, I had I went on paternity leave and my first day of paternity leave. Was very relaxing, very chill. Hopping around with my little four year old four month old baby. Beating him and reading books while he was sleeping and was thinking What a What a relaxing couple weeks. This is gonna be And then the day after the day after that, there was a violent insurrection in the nation's capital, and nothing was relaxing again for a little while. Yeah, I decided to pass the time writing about city pension issues. That's good, I mean, characteristic. Yeah, that's fine. That's less Island Tonight, baby right about pension. Sarah night traded text about Is this the end of the world that we still have to put out a paper or good worked out, all right. Good to have you back, sir, Coming up on the show this week. We talked last week about Cindy Martin's nomination from President Biden help lead national education policy and now her successor, the superintendent at any of unified school district. Is left with the job of getting schools reopen. Good luck with that. Lamont Jackson. Governor Gavin Newsom is offered big money to schools to reopen, but districts across the state including here appear ready to ignore that offer not apply for the funds will get into why. Related to all That, of course, is vaccines and the question of vaccines and how soon they will get out. We have a story this week from Ashley McGlone about how schools want them. Do not necessarily want to a mandate that their employees take them. Zani go. Assemblywoman Shirley Weber is now officially secretary of state. Surely Weber, she characteristically burned the assembly down with a passionate speech would talk about that. You will be the first black person to ever serve in that role. And now we'll discuss the mad scramble that is coming to fill her shoes is gonna be a good show. Stay with us. Let's review with the governor has offered San Diego.
"hello sarah" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"Ossoff end. Republican david perdue the other between democrat raphael. Warnock and republican. Kelly leffler these as we've been saying on this podcast are enormously important races. They will determine the balance of power in the senate chamber which means huge implications for how much of his agenda president elect. Joe biden might be able to enact and so joining us we have. Npr sarah mccamman. She is a georgia expert. She used to work for our member station in georgia. Hello sarah -at's right. I did and hello happy new year. Yes you too. It's great to talk to you again. so let's get right down to business both the president and the president-elect have been campaigning in the state recently what are the closing arguments here on both sides in both of these races so the big theme is what you were. Just talking about danielle. Just how high the stakes are here. How much significance. These two runoffs have not for georgia but for the whole country in atlanta biden. Yesterday said the power is literally in your hands. One st can chart the court not just for the next four years but for a generation president trump has also stressed during his rally. Here in dalton where i'm recording from. Today he was he was engulfed and last night he stressed the importance of republicans. Getting out the vote in huge numbers and reelecting those republican senators but he also spent a lot of time weaving in and out of talking about the senate runoff while also talking about his own grievances with republican elections officials. Here and the republican governor. Who have affirmed biden's win in georgia. Something he still does not accept and he continues to tout. These conspiracy theories debunked conspiracy theories about voter fraud. You know it's interesting that we have seen washington. Dc very focused on this race. It's really impacted the the politics here. For example some would argue that this recent wave of coronavirus relief aid was passed in part to boost these candidates that they both want to argue on both sides of the aisle that they help bring that through and is bringing it to voters in georgia. Meanwhile in terms of these national implications we're also seeing potential twenty twenty four candidates down there in the field trying to reach out to voters perhaps at the beginnings of their own aspirations of trying to run for president in two thousand twenty four well and one measure that kind of blew my mind although maybe it's not that shocking. When you think about it. Is that these. Two races are now the number one and number two most expensive senate races ever according to the center for responsive politics and on top of that just seems like everything about these races is huge. Turnout has already broken georgia's record for senate runoff turnouts. I mean sarah. What does that look like on. The ground isn't just being bombarded with ads. Phone calls that sort of thing constantly. Yeah that's my sense. I mean just driving down the highway. You see billboards everywhere. You see signs all over the place and of course as we've mentioned a lots of outside money. Hundreds of millions of dollars in ads have been spent on these races in from georgia and across the country. Lots of outside people so to speak Both grassroots organizers and volunteers and paid. Staffers you know the democrats have a huge ground game here. Republicans also have a lot of people canvassing at least in the past few days. Since i've been here both sides do realize just how significant these runoffs are and they're making their last big push. What issues seem to be at the center of the race here. What issues are the parties bringing up or maybe more pointedly. To what degree is this a race about the issues or is it just about nationalized politics is it all about trump biden. Senate control that sort of thing. I'd say it's much more the ladder. Just a little side note. There is a third run off election in georgia today. for public service commissioner and in that race people are talking about things like utility costs in georgia but in general in the two big races. Everyone's paying the most attention to the senate runoffs. It really is primarily about national politics and not just senate control but big issues facing the country like the coronavirus pandemic. i've heard a couple of voters. Democratic voters mentioned. That is a big concern over the weekend. In warner robins georgia. I met danielle goings. She works in healthcare. She's fifty five. She was added rally for warnock. And she said she's really motivated to elect these two democrats. Because.
"hello sarah" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Always Hi. Sarah Livy, Managing editor. Hello, Sarah. Hello. The three Amigos air back. We're here. I am sorry You guys had to go a week without us. I know there was pain. A SMI son would say people fill their homes with rivers of tears. Um Hope you're OK. OK about what my son says that all the time about things that he's going to be sad about if it happens that he'll fill the house with tears. Oh, that's poetic. Evocative. Coming up on the show today. This is our last podcast of the Falconer era. After this week, Mayor Kevin Faulkner will leave the mayor's office in the city of San Diego and Todd Gloria will enter it. We're going to review Faulkner's time in office offer reflections and thoughts. In the last seven years, we'll talk about the Republican Party. Was ostensibly the most powerful person within it in the San Diego region. What happens to it, but first Our year in fundraising drive has begun. Before we get to our pores postmortem of the Faulkner administration. We have to mention voices San Diego's in our annual urine fundraiser. This is the most important time of the year for us as a news organization as far as Surviving. It's it's You know, there's other times when we do important work, But this is the time where we usually bring in over this like 56 week period, about a third or more of our budget, so China has to go well. We are a non profit, which means we can only keep going. If people um you know, appreciate what we do and then contribute money's too. If you like what we do, it means something to you. Now is the time To donate When folks donate that can write us little notes. We always get a little boost out of those notes. We might read yours. Here are a few that mention the podcast. It was John Wilson, he said. I love the podcast and the Twitter content. Thank you, John Jose Cervantes said. I appreciate voice San Diego's local coverage. I'm a big fan of the podcast. Thank you, Jose. Kim. I listen to the podcast every week. Local journalism matters and you all kill it in the podcast makes my week that Thank you. It's a dark tie us. It's pretty awesome. Incredible. Thank you so much. Uh, You know, it's Zsa Nice winner. The Sun's out in San Diego can't complain about the weather. But it is dark in the society and to get notes like that really matter. We have a special thing happening for the podcast listeners if you give now during this week. This part of the week This podcast airs your donation will be mass. You could do that at viewers d dot orc slash podcast 2020. All right. We have some breaking news just now. We watch the press.
Drums vs. Guitars
"From the brains behind brains on it smash boom best over people with big opinions. I'm your host, Molly Bloom and you're listening to smash boom best the show where we take two things smash them together and ask you to decide which one is best today we've got a musical match up to get your toes tapping it's guitars versus drunk. This is going to be a tough one for all the music lovers out there. Team Guitar knows how to move us with a melody but team drums has the beat here to make some big decisions is our judge Kira Hello Sarah Hi I'm Cara and in today's debate Excellent, we are so happy to have you here. So before we meet the debaters, I want to check in with you and see where you stand. Do consider yourself a musical person. Not so much I used to play piano a couple years ago but as very now. What kind of is your favorite music to listen to dislike any normal prison like I like a lot of rob? R.. V. Is. And do you ever get into debates with your family or friends me and muster we both do debate but at home is really just like silly stuff like our judge is our parents of late. Okay. Then go X. mom like were arguing the will ask mom and then she'll yellow boo-hoo. So as an experienced debater, what advice you have for our debaters today honestly for me the only person that matters Jana in this debate like the only opinion is mine so. Just keep that in mind just try to touch me Make. Sure. It's like I understand what you're saying and I get it because if I don't, then it's like who else is supposed to get it. Excellent. I'm so glad you are a judge today and I think it's time to welcome our debaters to the main stage. Let's kick it off with Tommy. McNamara. WHO's here to represent team drums. Hi Tommy. Low, I'm so excited to be here. Tommy in just one sentence. Why are drums clearly, the coolest. Okay. Drums are the coolest because they combine rob power and expert precision like if the world's strongest person also had the best handwriting. Very. Nice and now let's meet Tommy's fierce opponent here to REP team guitar. It's Rosie Dupont Hirose Rosie. Hi, Molly. So rosy yes. In a single sentence, tell us why guitars are the greatest. Here. We go. Guitars are the dogs of instruments because they're man's best friend interesting will strong opening sentiments all around almost ready to get this debate started. But first, let's review the rules of the game. Are Debaters will compete in four rounds of raucous reasoning and our judge hero will grade them on the facts and logic they used to make their case round. One is the declaration of greatness when each debater has the floor to present all the coolest things about their side. Each debater has just thirty seconds to make rebuttal. Round two is the micro around a creative challenge that both baiters have prepared for in advance. Round three is the sneak attack a surprise challenge to keep our debaters on their toes, and the last round is the final six when both sides have just six words to sway our judge. Hero will award points as we go but she won't reveal the tally and our winner until the end of the debate. All, Cure. You have two points to award this first round one for the best declaration and one for the best rebuttal. So keep track of both as you're listening, are you ready? Awesome Roseanne Tommy Are you ready. Yes. Molly I've never been more ready in my entire life. Fantastic. That means it's time for declaration of greatness. Arbitrators have come armed with the coolest facts history and arguments. We flipped a coin and Tommy you're up I it's time for you to beat the drums for well drums. Take it away drum roll please. Ladies and gentlemen we are here to honor the backbone of music the keeper of time the ruler of the rhythm drums. Drums are essential to making music fun. Don't believe me try to dance without drums always. Some instruments? Guitars. have faded from modern music but not drums rock hip pop jazz are NB. All used drumbeats most bands in America today use a standard drum kit. You know what? I'll let them introduce themselves. The Bass Drum. I'm the biggest and Lowest Roman the kit arm operated with a foot pedal. That doesn't mean you should kick me. Air I hang out in the middle of the drought kit with my two buddies. Hey I'm Tom and I'm Tom we're the Tomtoms we're twins we're deep and maybe a little Milanovic Hey, tom what does the bad drummer loses watch? He couldn't keep time. A few to let's talk symbols. Hi I'm Hi hat I'm not actually a hat I made up a few symbols on each other. I can be opener shut using effect pedal like this.
"hello sarah" Discussed on Conversations
"This is an ABC podcast. Monica mcnerney and her brothers and sisters. Will. Railway children. Their Dad was the railway station Mazda in the little town of Clay in South Australia. It was a job he loved and held for thirty five years. Monica however has done many different kinds of work. Her I drove out of school was as a wardrobe. Go for the Children's TV show. He is Humphrey finally though she settled on being a selling novelist, who new book is the Godmother's Harmonica Hello Sarah. Did. Your Dad come to join the row way is. It started him as a very young fellow..
How to Create and Launch a Mini-Course
"We are diving into the nitty Caridi the tangible how to create and launch a mini digital course with my friend amy reporter fields. Hey girl so happy to be here. Happy you too. Have you okay. We're GONNA dive back in because at this point. My audience knows you. They love you. They've signed up for your training so there's really nothing else for them to do but to sit back relax and learn from the master so I explained to me exactly what you mean. When you say a mini digital course yes because I think that it sounds intense but it's really not. It's really not so. Here's what they mean. A many digital course I also called a workshop. Course is a two hour ish give or take a little time training that you either do live or recorded that promises instinct clarity and results votes for your students so that sounds a lot like a live webinar right but it is not because the big difference here is that people are paying to learn from you. Even if the price point is low. There's just a mindset shift when somebody pays for it. Versus it being free they actually take action and get results a whole lot faster so the goal of this many digital course is to address an immediate problem. That's keeping your audience stuck. You can also use a workshop course to bridge the gap and solve a problem. That's stopping people from actually working with you at a deeper capacity so I like to explain things in stories and examples so I've got a story for you. Call her. There's a gal out there that I love her. Name is Sarah Jane case and she's the brains behind the hilarious insightful instagram channel channel India Graham in coffee. No one owns full. Just adorable okay just disarray. Jane discovered that a large percentage of her audience was concerned or confused that they didn't have the right any gram tight for for them so I would say. I'm not sure if this instagram type is me. How do you know and they just would constantly have questions about it so she decided that she who is going to create a workshop course a mini course where she would help people once and for all figure out what is their type and and the reason why this is so great as one she charged for it and number two once people knew there any type she could then invite them into her bigger bigger course or her membership or mastermind but they were stuck and they need to know their type. They wanted instant gratification. They were going unwilling to pay. Hey for it so she created a workshop course huge hit. That's so cool I just had a flashback to when we were on our girls gas and Rachel made you sit on the couch and make the quizzed minute your numbers we were so curious because Rachel and Jenna were threes right yeah and they kept saying you're you're three and I'm like I'm not a three. I promise you to take the course again so they won't let me get off the couch until I took it for the record. I was a jail. It was finding Oh that just flashed me back at the time that is so cool and what I think is amazing to is to meet that feels like like a less overwhelming barrier to entry because I think of students that I've taken a program that you are. I have created. Mac All of these steps in modules and professional videos some beautiful slides and all of that is amazing but a lot of people are perfectionists at the core. They're ones and they want to launch things when they're beautiful and radiant Eddie in the framework and everything is perfect. Go what I love about. This method is that you can refine your teaching style. You can get people quick winds and result bolt in like you said when people pay the pay attention so you're going to have a more engaged audience so in my head I'm like even if she charged just twenty nine dollars for got and had a handful of people. That's actually pretty significant. It's also proof of concept to create something bigger or more in depth. I love it. Yes exactly the proof of concept concept is really powerful yeah because to me. It's like if you can get even one person to pay twenty nine dollars then you just need to find more people like that one person and then that's your audience like it's super exciting. I love it is okay so what would step one be so if someone knows that they're ready for a course than what would that first step be so the first step. Is You want to think about something that you can teach. Let's say I say to our so you could charge. You could charge ten dollars up to two hundred dollars. You can charge whatever you want but let's think about a topic that you know you teach. That would be pretty easy for you to teach tomorrow tomorrow. If you wanted to and at the end they can get results. They do what you told them to do. They get results pretty quickly and so Hello Sarah. She's explaining the any Graham types in how to really understand what yours is going to be. She can give them some homework to do and they could figure it out pretty quickly so you're looking for results that somebody really truly wants but it's not like you're going for a total transformation. That's why the mini digital courses so much easier to create so the first step is what could you teach that would actually lead to results that would get your audience unstuck or fill a lot of joy I I love that that's so great okay so does of course have to be this like ages the total roadmap on topic because as I'm thinking about that I'm like okay. How would condense everything into two hours or what would that look like yes so the answer is no you do not need to do eight? Z total roadmap total transformation mation so what I want you to think about is that most people are looking for that quick fix they WanNa win today and so if you could just get them over that Hump they're gonNA fill momentum now. Here's the great thing if you could just give them exactly what they need and tell them exactly what they do to get quick results. They're likely going to say this is good. This girl knows what she's teaching. I wonder what else she's got and math like the number her one response you want to hear after a mini workshop what else you got and you might not have anything just yet but what you could do is if you want a little extra extra cash on the back end of that you could offer some. Group coaching or some one on one consulting. Maybe just for a select few for premium price or you could get to work on a more robust course down the road so you've got options. I love that and I think a lot of times to forget like nobody wants a dead end so so when we post or anything where we share when we teach people are hours like ready like okay what's next. What's the next step I remember amy. This is kind of embarrassing but it's when you started cheering your courses. I took your first course. I was like eager and ready for like anything that you were going to sell so I was like at the edge of my seat reading every email like like just waiting for the next program and I don't know if you remember this but you launched. I think it was a two day training in New York City where you'd help people and I remember member. I applied just because I wanted to see your application and I applied to it and then I got approved but I couldn't couldn't even do it because they had a wedding that day and I was devastated and take all my money like I am ready so it's just such a good example of like if you can get people these Quincy's quick results. They're going to want more. They're gonNA want that next. Step and you don't have to have it all figured out at the beginning but it is exciting meeting because once people are invested once invested even a dollar into your or your brand. You've gotten the result they are going to be far more likely to continue investing into you like I would have said. Take all my money I will fly to New York and I love that you said that because to piggyback on that whoever teaches you inside. Did this course that you've gotten results. They become somebody that you feel really connected tooling. They are your go-to person and it's beautiful that Jenin I have become such good good friends out of that but even if it doesn't become a friendship like that people feel very connected to you when you get them results or help them get results so just remember that a mini digital course could be to such big relationships with your audience absolutely so when I think about this one of the biggest objections that comes to my mind is like like how do you charge for. This like a mini course still has to add value. So how'd you know that what you've created is enough value for someone to spend spend their hard earned money on it. Okay so that comes back to looking at the results are promising. Here's what I want you to do. If you come up with an idea that that might be really great for your audience in terms of a two hour workshop where you're going to teach how to do something and you're going to promise a certain level of results what I want you to we do is reach out to either ideally some people in your audience and do some social media polls. If you have an email this you could even send a quick email. Get get a little feedback on that because in the example of Sarah Jane case when she decided she was going to do a workshop to teach people how to figure out there any Graham type ape the reason she knew it was going to make money is because people asked her questions about this over and over again so if you do have an audience already years a number number one question. I'll help you come up with your topic instantly. What do you get asked all the time. Where do people get stuck. WHAT DO THEY WANT clarity on. If you ask Jenner Awry that question we could probably rattle off ten things that we get asked all the time. Those are many courses. I love that I know Rachel. He talks about this too but like we create based off of questions yet every single person that I know in my entire life bigger in expert at something like when I need help with cooking I go to my friend Sarah when I need help with copyright and go to my friend Ashland when I need help with parenting I
Using seabirds to track ocean health
"We have and Roquetas Velarde as she's here to talk about using birds to you understand the Ocean Heinrich Atta Hello Sarah. How are you good? Thank you so much for joining us. What kinds of birds are useful for tracking what's going on in the ocean so I mainly working with turns and goals the but we can use Albatross is's bubis any kind of seabird will be giving you some type of information depending on how they use the environment so they could be telling you things about their prey species so if they you know certain kinds of fish? What else can they tell you about the ocean and the ecosystem they can tell you about whether their prey is very abundant or low usually low ocean temperatures will be the base of more productivity activity and so when the water temperature increases then the productivity goes down so they will tell you about that they can also tell you about pollution either from chemicals or from <unk> plastics like particles that they accumulate in their stomachs? Why is it easier say if you're looking at service temperatures and ocean productivity what why would it be easier to look at the birds rather than say the fish or plankton plight dinner something like that will for example of you want to know something about the fish? Usually you have to go with very expensive oceanographic research trips and if you're looking at the birds and you were at the nesting colony Lonie for example you can count the number of birds that are nesting or the number of nests that are established and then you can also weigh the birds or you can see the clutch size which means maybe they will lay one egg instead stood up two or three which is also indicative of lower food availability lewer ocean productivity these are much more accessible markers of all of these things rather than going to the ocean and trying to find the fish or measuring a lot love a large swath of ocean temperature exactly and if you have a large population nesting in a single island they will be your samplers and they will go out in every direction and they will bring back to the nesting area the information regarding whether there's a lot of food and what type of food varies right. There's also this important link between seabirds and fish stocks. We're talking commercial fishing here. Can you describe some of the past observations survey ships of this connection. My own experience for example is that when I started measuring or looking at the Diet of the birds that I work with they were feeding mainly on Pacific Sardine starting up saga about ninety percent of their diet was Pacific Sardine and a fleet the local sardine fishing fleet was taking a lot of sardines later on the birds started showing less and less sardine in their diet so about in nineteen eighty nine I. I started seeing almost no sardines in their diet and I went to the fishing fleet industry and I told him well you know the Sardinas almost gone and they were surprised because they were fishing a lot of sardine. They we're still being able to get a lot of sardines. The Sardine population collapsed in a couple of years so they're actually not only indicating how much there is but they can be predictors of what is going to happen in the following fishing thinks seasons because they are feeding on the small sardines which are not being fished yet by the fleet in these small sardines will eventually grow up in one or two years. These sardines are also known as Forage Fish. They're they are really a key species. What happens when they're over-fish? Twenty decline will the overfishing of all the forage fish is very important something that is happening worldwide one thing that is very important in about these fishes that they are key species. If we have a the upwelling ecosystems in the ocean that's when cold water comes up bringing with it nutrients and food for other birds and fish yes exactly that's what Edward Enhances the production of phytoplankton and so apply often. There's a lot of species many many species of Blackston those many many species of plankton get eaten by only a few species of forage rich fish like sardines anchovies carrying sent so forth these few species of fish are then used by seabirds other larger fish marine mammals of many many species even giant squid many species. He's so it's their job to turn plankton into meet exactly and that's why it's called the wasp waist ecosystem it goes through this very narrow tunnel and if that tunnel is disrupted then you're going to have a lot of Hungary a big species not able to deal with plankton is those fish are taken by fisheries and they're not taking sustainably then that will disrupt the foot web very drastically so birds are here not only not only is that food web important to them but there also these indicators of when this is happening yes so they're telling us that the plankton is not available through for example Tsk Sardine or northern anchalee or other species has following these birds on their colonies. How does that line up with other evidence like what satellites can tell us? Actually we're trying to do that right now. Many other scientists costs are doing that trying to relate for example the number of birds that are nesting or the breeding success to images that indicate sea surface temperature or chlorophyll concentration. It's turning out to be very interesting thing because it confirms that the CIBA's are actually telling us very interesting information even without having satellites for example if we didn't have satellites we could learn about the state of the ocean just by looking at what the seaward are are doing we have started deploying small tiny radio's on seabirds and that is also very interesting because that will tell us where they're feeding what routes migratory routes. They're following before getting to the breeding colony. What does it mean if their migration routes change or the breeding colony changes position or something like that well the breeding colonies have been changing positions recently in many species and that is a reflection of what's going on in the? The Ocean for example the sears that I work with the elegant turns through the years their nesting area has been shifting north they first established a little colony near San Diego then that colony grew and then they went all the way a close to L. A.. It's about a hundred kilometers in miles. It's about five hundred miles more or less so they're moving north and that has coincided with an increase in the ocean temperatures and increase in the ocean ocean temperatures anomalies in the Gulf of California and that is a reflection of they're not finding enough food where they used to nest in his Larisa where I work. How long have you been studying? These turns forty two years. We need to keep studying these patterns because our life is too short and if several generations of humans follow the studies then we'll be able to find something even more interesting than what we're finding doc. No all right thank you so much will thank you for inviting me for this interview and I hope many people read it here because I think it's good for the public to learn about all these issues and rick head of alarm. Day is a researcher Pitcher at the Institute of Marine Sciences and Fisheries at the University of Veracruz in
"hello sarah" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Chicks daisy. Hello, Sarah, ten dollars. Also here big news. I guess like if you're into this whole tax return thing, it's actually not new news because Trump's wealth or lack of it or whatever has been talked about for decades. Right. But apparently, the New York Times has released themselves. A big fat story about some tax return information that they have in their possession. Now from the years nineteen eighty five to nineteen ninety four. I am a vibrant, man. So an apparently the big news is that Trump lost a lot of money in those years. One point one seven billion dollars over a ten year period, which which is a lot. And there are some reports that he has he a lot of his wealth is because of family money, which I don't think comes as a surprise to anybody who's paid a lick of attention. So now, the New York Times didn't actually get their hands on actual returns. But instead got information, and I quote from someone who had legal access, okay. All right. And then Trump is tweeting about it took him a while. Because this report came out, I think late last night. And then he was he was on Twitter like re tweeting and tweeting about different stuff, but not actually addressing this thing until this morning at around seven AM he said the following. He said real estate developers in the eighties and nineties more than thirty years ago were entitled to massive write offs and depreciation which would if one was actively building show losses and tax losses. In almost all cases, much was non-monetary sometimes considered a tax shelter that you would get by building or even buying. You always wanted to show losses for tax purposes. Almost all real estate developers did often renegotiate with banks. It was sport. Additionally. The very old information put out is a highly. Inaccurate fake news. Hit job. I am a young. Man. Hey, his tired of this crown my God exhausted. By all this raise your hand. I'm just exhausted. I'm exhausted by this. Just don't care how how many years ago was nineteen Ninety-four. I don't even know. I don't do math. I was told there would be no math on this job. I seriously. Long time ago time ago, I can tell you that it was a year before I graduated college. Now is the year that I graduated college. I was really young man, and I'm not anymore. And I don't care. You know? I just don't I can't be the only one that's looking at this go on can you guys to stop? And if I'm exhausted by imagine how exhausted he is by it. I can't even imagine. And you know, I saw some responses to those tweets where people were like you're admitting to tax fraud right now. Cloud. I was like seriously. So because people are those are the same people that tell you that you can have taco on Cinco to my exactly I just these people are lunatics. They're insane. Their absolute lunatics. And I'm just I can't believe I share space with these people. Just stop it. They won't stop. In fact, I guarantee you that Twitter is going to be on fire all day about the about. That people like those clowns who said, oh, you're admitting to tax fraud right now don't understand that. Actually, what he said is exactly right. Of course business people take advantage of any tax loopholes that they can. That's what accountants are paid to do is to try to prevent you from having to pay taxes that you shouldn't have to pay based on our crazy tax legislation. Of course, they do ask any celebrity right now what they're doing. Exactly you're going to try to pay as little as possible. That's the whole point. Yeah. And if if congress doesn't like that if they get mad and if they go onto the same hole. Yeah. This is an example, congress needs to change the tax has Guinea congressperson what they're doing. They're not going to tell you that they're not going to tell you that Nancy Pelosi's tax returns. Look like, that's the thing. That's why this is also done fifth third, and it wouldn't be dumb. If they would just say, you know, what make things a lot easier. Let's just have a flat tax. Yeah. We should just make that flat screaming about that. For years. Yeah. It's because it's so complicated. And if we had a flat tax, it'd be great if everybody participated right everybody, this is dumb. But this is what this is the top story. This is going to be on. Everybody's everybody's going to be talking about this day. And you know, people who are sick of it. Like you like me are just going to be over here. Like, hey, listen, the economy's growing we've got two great supreme court justices. Which is literally the reason I voted for Trump don't care things. He's actually trying to get stuff done. That's what I care about. I don't care what he lost in one thousand nine hundred eighty five. Listen Whitey, you're racist. That's that's. You are. Oh my God. According to so many people on Twitter, you are you ate a taco on Cinco de mayo. And you didn't get the full disclosure of what that was about. And the meaning behind it. I got on Twitter last night. And I 'cause I never do it. Because I would've told you back away. Don't don't go there. On it for like a half hour, which was the worst mistake. I could ever make. I started reading some of the comments people are awful. Yeah. It's I I start having faith in humanity again. And then I make the the biggest most horrible mistake by getting on the Twitter, and I read done, and they just and you know, what they are. They're sheep. These people are sheep. They say the same thing over and over again, and they read with other people, right? And like say that to I'm going to use the same meaning that other person used, and they just they they say they just pair it one. Which is why I got to the point where I was literally copying and pasting. My respond Justice. You guys are all so. Over again. It's like you're racist. You're ignorant, you're ignorant your ignorant why? Because I just want to eat a taco on may fifth. An American who can do that because of freedom. You would not believe it. I mean, if you if you wanna look at the decay of humanity, go to our tweets and reply tab on Twitter and just settle in because it is out of control. I feel the same way about this tax stuff. I mean, I'm just like why why are we doing this? Why are we doing this everything is running smoothly in this country? I don't know why people, you know, I used to keep a gratitude journal, and I should probably do it again. And I think the whole country could benefit by doing at this point because I would write down three things that I was grateful for every single day. I would do that. And it's a wonderful thing to do. Because then you would you at the end of the day, even if it's a warm meal, you know, what I mean that you would get right down three things we could all benefit from doing that at this point as as just humans living in this country because we're a lot to be grateful for. Yeah. And I understand I just think you need to go with it. No, you don't need to just go with. We all we all could be to stand to sit back, and we could we could all take pause and look around and think to ourselves. Well, I mean, we we should be grateful just to be living in this wonderful country and people just don't do that enough. Struck me by a lot of those people were just how absolutely miserable. They are. Yes. Because for example, like the one I told you about this morning of the person who was like, I am white. And I take accountability. Colonisation well before I was born. And that's like this this level of just feeling guilt for things that you had nothing to do with just is a level of insanity that we can't even begin to fathom. It's just can we just stop and everybody just calm down. And just take a moment to be grateful for the fact that we live in this wonderful country and things are going pretty well. Well, that's a problem for Democrats because when things are going, well, they have to create something to be outraged. Right and something to make it not go well for poor the president will perhaps they should step away from MSNBC and CNN and the Twitter machine long enough to just be grateful. They're not gonna do that. Maybe they should do that. Maybe they should just do that. Also in case people care. There was the presentation of the Royal baby this morning, and there's. I'm very proud of her. She gave birth and she had a boy, and they won't tell us what his name is. I don't understand why they're doing this. Why can't they just they got to give it up? Right. I some point. They gotta say you made the point this morning, though, you were like, well, maybe they're waiting for the for this child to tell us you choose the gender is like the new thing. I don't know. I just wish they tell us the name. They're not telling they're not saying. But anyway, you can see pictures and stuff. It's very cute. It's very cute baby. I mean, it's all baby cute babies are awesome. And cute. Okay. There you go. We have a lot more to talk about the Georgia. Heartbeat Bill and there's some day. Oh, see an ASC. We have more AS heaters. You guys to stay tuned for that really need to know..
"hello sarah" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Hello, sarah. What would you like to say quickly? Organization of Truckee organization owners and need to get together with all the trucking companies Turkey companies need to get organized. And like one thing I've heard about truckers have to wait in line for warehouses on. Okay. Come up with some kind of a skit with. He come up to the where else can you drop your your trailer? And you pick up go no longer waiting. Millennials. Jim, do you know any millennials twenty-something early thirties? All right. Would they put up with any of that? Ask them that would be interesting. Instruments single engine plane license and work with an instructor in. That's something else. To start their own schools. Not depend on independent schools. Don't give a cripple they want. Well, they trust me the ones that are operated in Hauser worse than some of the many of those that are out independent. But you're right now a lot of these big companies work in concert with the independence pay the kids tuition and get them up in the in the in the truck in six weeks time, and it's just not enough training. And again, you gotta look at it. How am I going to get the money to be a truck driver in? That's your model just run them through school and put him up. You ain't no chance you might as well. Shut your doors is a trucking company. I don't care how big yard you're gonna have to change and change radically. If you and this is one of the reasons, by the way, you hear so much push for Thomas Thomas Thomas because they don't wanna put up with this. They don't wanna change. It's benefited the trucking companies to a great degree to go this business model the last twenty five or thirty years they wanted to continue and they wanted to deal with truck drivers because they look at truck drivers as a necessary evil rather than a valued asset. We gotta go to another break sly. We got your next America's truck in that work. Seventy seven percent of rural counties of fishing primary.
"hello sarah" Discussed on KGO 810
"Taxed on the idea that good looking people get hired at certainly get interviews more often than the average when we hire office staff. We try to hire average to below average. Looking people sore field employees don't linger around the office. Wow. They're actually discriminating against good looking people. I can I can picture that their employees hanging around to I can picture that to actually again. Yeah. Yeah. Completely different tale that of the mysterious Chinese woman carrying malware who apparently tried to sneak in mar-a-lago while the president was in town, Sarah blassie joins us. Sarah's a reporter with the Miami Herald. Hello, sarah. How are you? I'm great, thanks for having me. Sure. It's our pleasure. So my question. My first question is why don't you outline what happened, and I guess we'll get into the follow ups. Sure. So we don't have a lot of details. But what we know is on Saturday around a woman tried to get into mar-a-lago, and she was secret service, obviously because the president and his family were there and she presented to passports from China identifying herself as you kings bang, and because she had a similar name to someone who apparently is on the guest list mar-a-lago, they let her through she gets into the sort of secondary screening area and changes her story. She originally had told the two guys that she was invited. And she wanted to use the pool she didn't even have a swimming suit on her. So in the second area, she says, essentially, I'm here, I'm here for the U S China friendship association of event, and they're like, wait what? So because of the sort of difference in the story, they started questioning her more and she eventually, according to the police report became combative when she was asked to leave. I think that means and she would eventually arrested her things were searched, and it turned out she was carrying not assuming but or cellphones a computer hard drive and a thumb drive and on that thumb drive. There was now aware now we don't know the nature of that be literally anything an accident to something much more. Sinister, you know, Sarah. It strikes me that if this woman is a secret agent of some sort she's very very bad at are. You kidding? We just caught the Jane bond of Chinese spies and got lucky I'm here for the Chinese US friend relation thing. He, and I do I have a passport I've got to weights and pockets will burner phones and all sorts of. Let's say, you know, I'm not a spy, but that's not the way spies, dude. I don't think. So do we have any hint, Sarah that this person might just be a wackadoo? I mean, it's it's possible. We actually don't know anything more about her better. All that's the word are being kind of, you know, page with details at this point as you can understand. But but the truth is we just know she's at thirty two year old woman who was trying to enter mar-a-lago. But what I will say is is we've been talking about Cindy Yang for a couple of weeks. This massage parlor owner who has sort of recently, rebranded herself at someone that can get Chinese executives access to Donald Trump, and she's been showing that access. Andy's gal connected to the what's his name Robert Kraft just popped out of my head. Is that right? The sushi runs that chain of massage. Parlor, obviously, how does that factor into the story? Chinese American friendship conference. Well, actually, she is business associates with a man who runs the US Chinese friendship association. Okay. Sorry. Nations friendship association summit that they were holding that day was like, this US China friendship. Senate summit and Sydney Yang had been promoting that event in recent weeks on her political consulting website, where she's sells this access sort of a chance to meet high-ranking members of congress. You know, come on come on come one, come all. So she runs brothels on the side. And then does this is her main jobber? Well, we can't say that she runs brought a talk show host. I can say anything. But is that she at one time owned a spa where Robert Kraft was was busted a couple of. But she continues to own several spies in Florida that all go by the name Tokyo day spa, and those are not related to the current budgets, but they have been investigated themselves. Separately in recent years for similar issues enforcement Blasio's a reporter for the Miami Herald die would ask my co host. If you could refrain from staining, our guests with your slanders, I would appreciate it. Now, Sarah question on the whole chain of massage parlors, there are question has been why are the super rich in some cases going like low rent strip mall? You know? Robin tugs is the course term, and I hate to use it. But do we have any idea why that's the place of choice for the the rich and powerful? I think that's the question. Everyone has been asking. And if you know the answer, please tell me off the air. That's right. That story. Billions of dollars. I wouldn't be schlepping in some strip mall. But so you since you're in the area. Everybody is wondering why the owner of the patriots on the day of an important game. Why a different professional golfer wired different billionaire all got busted there. It doesn't make sense. I mean to give you the straight answer. Here. What we heard from experts is that massage parlors are incredibly safe places for John to get sexual favors. And the reason is it's really hard for someone to pose for undercover cop pose as a massage parlor misuse, I mean, how would they get in? How would they established that you know, it just it's much harder than say an undercover cop standing on the street soliciting or sending an ad on the internet saying meet me at this hotel. That makes perfect sense. Okay. But but there's got to be something about that particular one gets her on yelp reviews if that areas like any other urban area aware of their yelp reviews. There are hundreds of them and how they all ended up that same one just seems odd to me. Yeah. I agree. And you know, if it weren't for that, we wouldn't know anything about Cindy Yang. And so she may just be the most unlucky woman in the world that former we owned a spa, whereas this by Robert Kraft, just happened to get busted, we we really don't know what drew him. There aren't enough Sarah last year with the Miami Herald, Sarah great job really enjoyed talking with you. Thanks a million. Thanks for having me. All right. You see I think I think she enjoyed us at first and she tired of my act. Yes. Your.
"hello sarah" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Sarah Gonzales, joins me now from the news, and why it matters. Hello, sarah. Hello glen. How're you? We have Graham Allen who's the host of rant nation. I don't think I could go ahead. Give me a serious a serious. The I don't know if you know this glam, but I've been deemed racist in the past couple of weeks. I have to I have to be very careful when you have tattoos. You look like you look like somebody. I don't wanna meet our heroes cut short because I'm losing my hair. And so, you know, I it you seem to be gaining hair. And which is it's just completely. So it onto my head. And we have rob is with us. He is the blaze TV media critic. Hello, rob. How are you? Thanks for having me on. Fun to be here in Dallas. Yeah. Wow. I mean. I've seen what is it. Route one fourteen from the airport. Like what kind of life? Do you live? That is fun. You're fantastic. I love it. Okay. So we're doing something tonight called the media meltdown. And Eric Bolling is going to be with us a lot of the guys from blaze TV, you guys are the early arrivers. We also have the roaming millennial who's gonna be with us allies. Stuck is going to be with us. John Miller at Prater. It's going to be with us. Bill O'Reilly is going to be joining us. So we have we have a great roster of talent. And it is talking about the media. And where two we hundred are. And I think there are everybody seventeen knows lawmakers now on the that front lines of the latest you attempts know, you don't in congress trust the media. to find a Oh, border no, wall deal. nobody Mike does Bauer seventy has eight more percent of President Americans Trump's campaign seventy promise eight percents. of a wall Not is just in the hands one side of a special say, bipartisan yeah, conference they knowingly committee of senators lie and representatives to us. to try and hash out The a deal. gender-based. This committee Everything's has until agenda February base. fifteenth Now, to find a proposal everybody has that could their clear both their chambers of congress reasons and for get why Trump's they're signature reporting not Senate majority not leader reporting Mitch McConnell what's happening picked four of because his most pragmatic that's that's colleagues what indicating should be done he wants reporting a deal to the get truth done. of what's Does happening. that make Everybody a final reports deal more what likely they want not necessarily to skepticism appear was as high happening given the red with lines from leadership which is a on big both part sides, of. I particularly think you know, on the issue what of the border Donald wall? Trump's The party campaign leaders in was, both chambers will ultimately you know, have he, a say of over course, the he final talked about deal building in a this wall conference and things committee of that will nature. meet for But the he first also time talked tomorrow, about the Mike, dishonest Bauer media, NBC News and Radio you know, he made Wall Street that a analysts big platform expect of tesla his to forecast and then a he first-quarter got elected loss and after seeing. instead of taking a step back, maybe doing some self reflection. You know, they they don't know how to do that. So they then double down on the same tactics that the American America looked at and said, we don't accept this. We want something better we deserve better. And they're not giving it to us. So joy Behar said the most honest thing I think joy Behar's ever said last week of the Covington Catholic school kids Whoopie goal. I said why do we keep making this mistake and joy Behar said because we hate Donald Trump. Yup. Absolutely true. They they wanted to be true. But it goes for it. It's before Donald Trump. I mean, if you remember George W Bush apparently didn't serve in the Texas Air National Guard, and he got out with whatever Dan rather said he did in Dan rather is still lying in is. By these media, folks, our friend Brian Stelter over at CNN has him on all the time. The media critic who is really a cheerleader in my newsletter for for blaze meteorite, call him the CNN's media cheerleader in critic because he's really a cheerleader. I mean, he had to have to have Dan rather on your program as a paragon of ethics in virtue in the media shows that you have absolutely no sense in no self reflection. And that's the problem you refer to Brian Stelter is our friend. I think you're. I know Brian. I know Brian when he was just at a website. And he was he tried to be honest, and he tried to do the right thing since he's gone to CNN. He has gone off the rails. I don't even recognize him anymore. They used to be a trend. Yeah. It is. When you when you get into the requirement. He has to be yet. It'd be crazy where say Giannis cult meetings that they have to attend to indoctrinate them fully. It's the same thing as you know, the politicians when they go to DC they all want to go to the same cocktail parties. They all want to be on that circuit. And they're all frayed of like setting somebody off and doing something that that somebody else might not like, but then they start believing it. I mean, Brian Stelter has has played basically a psychiatrist on TV and has deemed Donald Trump to be a crazy person because Brian Stelter? Thanks, Donald Trump is a crazy person because he doesn't get some of the things Donald Trump is trying to do when he may do it in a different way. I mean, a lot of what in our friend. Dan bongino. He. He he used to say it's an outer borough thing the way that Donald Trump talks. They all I mean, if you ever talked to somebody from New York from queens, they all say, this is the biggest thing the greatest thing. Look what they did with the the stupid McDonald's. He said McDonald's was a pile pile the mile high. And then you get the Washington Post doing fact checks. You know that that they'd really didn't meet a mile high. If they did meet, my Ohio will be this. Like, it's a figure of speech people. Yeah. You know, he did it yesterday with the cold in Chicago. We were talking about the cold in Chicago at the top of the out the top of the hour. He said, oh, man, we need some of that global warming, and they lost their mind. Yeah. Absolutely lost their mind. But they're the ones that every time he gets a little hot or there's a little bit of rain or there's a little bit of wind. You know, never mind that the hurricane systems have been the lowest that they've been over the past few years we had to arithmetic really big ones. And that's all global warming. And to your point, you know, they're so focused on there. So obsessed with reporting on what Donald Trump said what Donald Trump did what Donald Trump ate for breakfast this morning that they're missing a real stories that Americans should be hearing about. I mean, I haven't seen much on the Houston police officers then and shot the CNN and the media would rather cover. You know, what Donald Trump tweeted out this morning? So it's very unfortunate. They're doing Americans such a disservice by not actually giving them what we should be hearing what we should be consuming, especially our men and women in that, you know, are supported a the thin blue line are ellios out there. You know, what what what is happening to them in the media is the political I putting targets on their back. Then it used to not be there. I mean their job is. Excruciating enough as it is. And they not only now have the having to deal with the local communities to keep the community safe. They have to deal with public opinion based on biased media coverage of what they think is what's really going on what they know is not really is going on. But they want people to believe that it is what's amazing to me is they actually believe it though. They really do believe it, for instance. I don't know if you saw the reporting on John Bolton yesterday, but John Bolton is it was one of the most buttoned up. You're not the embassador at the UN if you're reckless okay? And he has been at the highest levels for ever in security and international relations. So yesterday he comes out and he's he's leaving a security briefing. And he's going to go brief the press and he walks out into the press room. And he's holding a yellow notepad and on it. The only thing written is five thousand troops to Colombia. Now, I don't know about you. But if I'm in a security meeting and the president says I want to prepare put five thousand troops in Columbia. I don't need to break that the only note, I think I have that one g did he say we were I can't remember did he say Hong Kong was at ten thousand troops. Columbia. I mean, there's no reason for him to write that down. He did it to signal Venezuela. We're serious and the only way to go into into Venezuela is to is to put troops in the water and into Columbia. You're coming through Colombia. So he sending a signal. The press loses their mind yesterday. They were all saying how incompetent and how we are responsible. And there, but I mean, I I saw that at immediately knew this is a game. And I don't want the press to say, hey, we all know this is a game. But it is instead they actually believe because I guess he works for Donald Trump that he's that incompetent. And that's I think what is so frustrating for me personally as a reporter is that, you know, as a reporter instinctually when I hear Donald Trump's say things like, you know, the American media is. The enemy of the people or fake news is the enemy of the people. And I get this feeling inside me like, oh that doesn't feel right? But then I see what the media is doing. And it's like a very conflicting feeling because I think to myself. I mean, I can see his point certainly I can see why he would say that they are the enemy of the people. I mean, look what they're doing. Well, I want to ask you guys amid take a quick break. And then we'll come back in a minute. And we'll talk about the twenty twenty election and and through this lens. If the president. I mean, if the press is willing to take and use a bunch of high school students think of this their high school students and destroy their life on something they know, and you can prove is a lie. What won't they do to beat Donald Trump in an election when it comes to? Well, we have a source that tells us an unidentified source or anonymous source how can we possibly trust that they are telling us the truth when we can't verify when they won't tell us the truth when we can verify back in one minute. Twenty three and me make a genetic resolution with.
"hello sarah" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast
"All right. We'll look. Andy loses leads all the way I am on line two and therefore Dominic and James applying for line two. That is Sarah. Hello? Sarah. I love Sarah. Oh, you Madonna. Very good. Thank you very sunny in London hair you in London. It's a Little Richard. List. Over that. Rafe. Whereabouts do you live. Pick up a little bit harder. Area, so. Okay. So he is the challenge and being Sarah. So we have to zip up tents these attendance that come folded up in a secular bag. So the challenges to unzip the bag out, put your tent up, climb into the tent. Now is to people. I'll just one. The tents and shout I'll tend to. That's right. That's by the way this Pippas idea to shout our tent is wrecked. Once they shouted out ten direct from inside the tent, they had to get out of ten fold the tent backup, then put the tent back in the circular back and zip it up and leave at how they found it. Then they ring this bell or a horn today. Once they shouted my tent is wrecked, then they have to grab the whole. I supposed to do that wins if a might win and the EU will be back tomorrow. If don't want James win then and the golden Sarah, you are the champion and you'll be back on tomorrow. Right? Right. Liam Gallagher in August twice. I do. I saw him here and he was incredible when I'm very excited them again. What did you say. Oh, lovely. Okay, good. All right. Well, you could be stood on the side of the stage. So watch him old traffic. But before that we've got to find out who's going to win. So Pepe. Are you ready? Yes. Dominic. Are you ready? Yes. James, we just heard from your Bank all your money's gone. Yes. And Matt Yuka, always money. Do I'm going to stand back and stay out the way what you want to stay here over there. Okay. All right. Good luck. Candy. Good. Look, Sarah. At three, two one go and you'll go go, okay. Three, two one go. All right. So fire in other music big way. Matt, right. Okay. All Pippa and I've got the already for so of Dominic and James. So out running into the tent. They just showed my tennis, James. Oh, James has gone into the Senate and shouted by ten is so and matter outta ten for so is Dominic, and James is going to be very tight on Matt now to fold that's head. But of course, the tents now governor of air in it because when they open at ten aid, so they getting it down, but Dominic is having trouble. He's tense is massive. It is still a wrecked by the look of things, whereas pepper and my gonna in the already going to do is put up, but James could still do if they folded over. Dominic sip, it looked, they sit to to the end. And here we go. We have a widow. That's right. It's another ridiculous game on radio x, and I can tell you that Dominic and James have lost and pepper and map pox with triumph, but winners, which means Andy, you get to fight another day tomorrow. Congratulations..
"hello sarah" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"The studio with us we are going to get back into the story here about the north dakota in town that is possibly going to abolish itself coming up on a ballot vote on july twenty third to decide to get rid of the town of leith north dakota which has been targeted by a group of white supremacists a very small group but a group but nonetheless of white supremacist who've been coming in there to try to take the town over and basically the mayor's saying let's just get rid of the town government and then they can't take us over so we'll continue here with your calls and thoughts sarah is on the line in new mexico you're on free talk live hello sarah new mexico where the year the very last one and the child well being you're actually forty nine that's eight it was a beat us to it how do they rate that how do they determine what child wellbeing means i forget the name of it there's a organization that does the rating like money nine percent of the high school kids they dropped out kids count data center a project of the anti casey foundation all right yeah looking at high school dropouts and imagine some other factors they look at economic wellbeing and then they have several subcategories of that education several subcategories of that including but not limited to fourth grade reading and eighth grade math health several subcategories and then family and community and several subcategories of that sarah why does your state hate kids so much do you hate kids i children but i think the fact that we got rid of our red light cameras for nine year red light cameras is not on yeah now they're not taking that and let me actually read the entire darrow but are the kids are afraid to cross the street to get to the school on the other crossing the street is not on the list wellbeing which is arrowhead a subcategory the number of children in poverty children.
"hello sarah" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Worried about the youth they should save out which let's let's send them back low comeback after we gifting tear taking care of you're absolutely right i being look it for instance there a states like the state of new jersey for one where illegals get instinct tuition dig they're not idea that they get the get the they get help with their tuition that residents don't get let's put it that way i mean think of it we got families struggling to make a living and send their kids to college and illegals get more of an advantage then legal kids well messed up new york's cia flights that it's it's great representation here good luck with cuomo hey thank you at any i appreciate it pre she ate it let's go to uh sarah online eight in illinois hello sarah welcome aboard the chris plante show high i have a problem with obama's interference from the israeli election number one taxpayer dollars going for this nonsense that hurts okay look look where the taxpayer money should go but they're going for nonsense to as a jew i feel personally betrayed i didn't know he was spending my money that way i voted for obama in 2012 how do you think i feel fruit pretty uh upset yeah pretty lousy did you vote for him in a weight no no i did not hey i naturally by sierra is this the first you're hearing about this uh on my mother had read an article somewhere that oh no it's okay obama is a friend of israel all the stories you're hearing from the right they're not true he's about the us the trying to influence the israeli election by sending sate department money oh now this is not the first time i'm hearing make sure about it ever well yeah yeah yeah yeah he is a great friend of israel great friend of israel liquidate look what he's done for a run the arch enemy of israel this guy is a piece of work pure air our 'evil sarah thank you thank you very much appreciated.
"hello sarah" Discussed on WCPT 820
"The voice turbay do you see that sort of the women in green women that are in their eighties diving for abalone and other sea creatures in forty degrees water in wetsuits i didn't women during the war took over to divert is there said and their secrets burma men monitoring well no the men will do these like the women are like eighty years old diana forty degrees water to collect abalone and fish and then i and cook it in their own restaurant prepare that isn't men won't do it that is fascinating he don't want is interesting that we've had to sperm related stories just in this segment and that was not obviously secrets firm all of the villagers knew about it yes that was public sperm public sperm all you near a buck up forgot exit you go down to the water twos schrafft's air inter's anna hello sarah uh yes longtime listener first time caller um i would like to pose would i'd call trump amendments and maybe from visitor start going they take it up but i'm a little senior democratic congress people a friends acquaintances mice i would like to see some major electoral reform like making sure anybody's runs for office this qualified to do so uh i that's ridiculous i should like to she uh you know grade i'd like to seek complete tax uh audio um information i would like to see a complete health so again half when we get rid of the whole shots when we get rid of running yes and we get rid of trump it should be any day now i think we need to put a number of safeguards on the oval office don't you think a few number of you know full medical exam tax returns etc oh by the way i saw that somewhere for wasn't on the twitter of us would be good if attempt confirmation that the muller has the trump's tax returns ooh nothing embarrassing i think invitation of the boss he needs the info when million dollars imitation of the white house should be merit based yeah exactly oh hey in blue to nami.
"hello sarah" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Seriously you just don't know you may think you know but you don't hello sarah i paulo so your your guy i wanted to ask you to mariam where where you and what happened when we were in fair koga and it wire february shown pretty cold pretty i thin and we were going on i think it was actually valentine's day which we never do anything for valentine's day because my husband think this though cliche now my husband and my boyfriend and so we're walking back to our hotel w we're staying hand it and they supposedly he was a vast i propose but at the same time i slipped on ice and then his lovely attempt to catch me he i ended up punching the in the all right go down in foul i love a good uppercut when someone's asking you to mary all that i he did didn't propose and you know i'm crying and she's laughing and i couldn't understand why and so finally out there crying for so long because it hurts so much i thought i you know i couldn't see out of my left eye and i said why are you laughing this is so rude and he said well you know i was planning to propose tonight but now that you're borrowing your eyes animated punished you and i feel like maybe that's not a good mccann asked her to marry me look at you so she's one she's whimpering did he finally wait until the black i went away or windy end up proposing probably you know it because he said that i you know i was very happy it was kind of like a proposal but not really no arm often regarded planning the wedding and a year ago by and when we got married and were in front of everybody he ended up thing you know i'm going to do it right this time and he guys down on one man he proposed you know for real.
"hello sarah" Discussed on KKAT
"Gene this is interesting um a lot of news out just in the last like ddos an hours starting last night i guess laura ingram went big with this on our show she's been in washington dc forever she clerked for justice thomas way back in the day right and she went big on our show yesterday about how now is the time to name the names of all these scumbags politicians who've been groping women and you are times going with the story that they've made it impossible for women in accusers over the year to come forward and get anywhere and there's a big list the names out there that were being kept secret of people that are known groper gsm who has the less i think sarah westwood might know the answer to that question or ingram with saying now is the time people names party shouldn't matter any more we got to get this out there is that fitting in with the breaking news of the morning or of the last fifteen minutes that al oh franken senator al franken stuck his tone down some models throat sarah westwood is the white house correspondent for the washington examiner and joins us now hello sarah hiding grabbing me it's always a our pleasure thanks now frank and ever grab you away no literally so so a little dear reporter put this all together for us while this is a really huge development for a few reasons one b has pretty much everyone who has been accused lately of sexual assault or sexual harassment has almost immediately lost their job or been forced to resign whether that's been in the private sector uh uh whether that's been in journalism i mean we saw mark helprin was instantly forced out at nbc we thought kevin spacey lose a bunch of entertainment contracts lucid show uh and so that you would logically assume that the same sort of outcome would be demanded in the case of senator al franken end these allegations certainly raise the question of whether franken is one of.
"hello sarah" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"So the real world effect of this that healthy people might get cheaper plans an unhealthy old people will have to pay more if they can afford plans at all so health care for the healthy to some that's not fair to others that's just the definition of insurance now i mention all of this to say we actually are not going to be getting into the weeds of these particular developments because we have right here sarah cliff of vox and speaking of the weeds she's also from the weeds podcast hello sarah how are you i'm great area i'm well okay so i really wanted to have you on to talk about some big picture issues without a health care reform of damocles hanging over our heads they're always seems to be one in this health care debate a plan will be unveiled the cbo will give it a score or try to give it a score if there are enough details it'll turn out that eighteen or nineteen or twenty million people lose healthcare a claim will be made that this new plan whatever whatever it is this republican version a reform is literally killing people do you think that's a fair claim yeah those are a little bit difficult to wade through right but i think the preponderance of evidence we have suggest that health insurance particularly medicaid is wary of the most analysis that medicaid does save lives what we've seen most of the research looks at stateset expanded medicaid versus those that did end this out in a supreme court decision that let states decide if they want to participate in that it set up a natural experiment for a lot of states to look at what becomes different and we have multiple studies now suggesting that mortality rates rates of death they decline and state said expand medicaid so that's pretty.
"hello sarah" Discussed on WLOB
"To be shown i would say a my story though that the one of the tsa guys started asking questions because he was very sceptical the dog was not used to being of touched by random bureaucrats um i think it has an aversion to libertarian dog and i think it said reversion to aircraft bureaucrats to manhandle against and that sort of thing let's go to sarah in new mexico you're on free talk live hello sarah uh meant that a key part that here the a r t o project iraq clamper other than that the handicap you were are going to eighty four point here effect romero i wa oh that wonder wanted that meter reader wipo at that we're back sara i walked are about life our allah fighting three britain out by bike rang mm about her who aren't the planning dump it igf 1 also mentioned that i do for you because i happen to make buying pay at that no we got alcoholic hit by a car or be left alcohol it because they only had one crop in a bank pirate incident bon iver the buck tradition it a little a little like drunk catchers and so a cow catchers on the fronts the traces goupil much that'll take their is that what you're saying is sara lee i can understand your call a little better than probably the average person listening because you've called about this in the past and i was here for it unlike the average person who probably has no idea what an a r t is and this is now for federal transit correct is a federally funded mostly federally funded rapid transit so called program that is re basically tearing up route sixty six the you know the infamous route sixty six and which is one of the main drags apparently throughout the kirke tearing it up and they're going to remove lanes of traffic multiple lanes of traffic are going to be removed from what is already a congested road those traffic lands are going to be replaced by a large tram of some sort some sort of device railroad tracks on all the road i don't know if they are gonna be railroad tracks but some kind of would you know sarah what are they using for the track if any but we have by her car carter vail ryan are uh at kotli had no.
"hello sarah" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Autonomous vehicles while though have awareness of what's around the may also need broader context so we're involved in a number of different experiments around autonomous vehicle small cities 5 g networks where the the fundamentals of geography at a almost a picks so level of really coming to the whole what what is it that trip some driverless cars at the moment with the existing maps what what are the problems have well i think we're we're moving into an entirely different era so yes with the the current degree of mapping we've just launched the most definitive set of transport information an epa working with other agencies so hopefully that will give rise to slightly better satin have information that's out there but actually when moving into an entirely different paradigm way you're you're looking at cars which are making decisions for themselves and is no longer interpreting through human brain is actually happening on board and that's where you need some context of is not just an applecart google har nuba comic indecision he's got to be done together so creating platform so that they can talk of a concerto nation that information can be shared with them he's the connected autonomous vehicle with and navigating at a long way from that from that paper thank you so much nigel clifford from ordinance survey thank you don't twenty seven minutes past six time for the sport which comes to us this morning from wimbledon's simon is emily salmon good morning hello sarah justin and a very good morning to you from wimbledon where the courts are covered and there were just a few spots of rain when our arrived this morning the forecast is for a mainly dry and bright day defending champion andy murray will i am proceedings on centrecourt at one o'clock this afternoon i don't feel like him come me and trying to defend something i'm going other trying to win a 'grana win wimbledon internal want to try to win the competition maybe ads you know little asher precious few more nerves on specially this the slum with the where the.