35 Burst results for "Hick"
Jansen, Guerrero homer, Blue Jays beat Cardinals 8-1
"Danny Jansen hits two home runs and drives in four as the Blue Jays are a split of a two game series with an 8 to one win over the Cardinals the homers of the fourth and 5th of the season for the Toronto catcher could his big night at the plate sparked the team moving forward Maybe it was nice to get some breathing room and you know guys were putting great swings and getting up at getting hits and stuff like that So yeah perhaps obviously a professional team and we prepare and hitting contagious It always is So hopefully Vladimir Guerrero adds a solo shot for the Blue Jays Kevin gausman tosses 6 shutout innings and strikes out 8 to improve his record to four and three Jordan hicks is now one in four after giving up four runs over three plus innings for the Cardinals whose four game winning streak is halted Mike Reeves St. Louis
"hick" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Or anyone else, I mean, he has put more coaches into the unemployment line than any man in the history of the game. He has dominated the game like no one has ever done. So I think some are finding his comments that he made to us the other day rather interesting. Let's talk to squirrels, grandson. Hey, Paul. Nice to speak with you. Thank you. Want to throw two things your way from Lexington to cat span clearly. Hugh from deep gap, I could listen to that gentleman read the encyclopedia pretty much any day of the year. And I like the commentary that he brings the way that he played around with the pod systems got out paper and pen. I thought he brought it. Old fashioned notion. Yeah. And I thought, you know, that's such a creative approach there to a call. And I'm a longtime listener. Disabled veteran here in Lexington. I think it's some of the callers is family members. And I've heard that other people speak to that before, and I threw out squirrels grandson because he's probably my current favorite caller at the moment. I have a thing to say to Jim. Jim, you beat jam, bro it's like sometimes you rub me the wrong way, but that's okay. And I don't ever want to hate on what you do. JK, Alabama, man, I wish I woke up and got out of bed with a quarter of the moxie that you greet each day. I wish I had a can of what you eat for breakfast. And then I think I want to close on the topic of a few squirrel is just being this overall gentleman in the way that he kind of comes to the show and his voice is unassuming. I do think his perspective is unique. And I feel like I've kind of stepped all over my own call here. But I'll just close with as a cats fan, I'm going to make the case that if there is a year for Kentucky to contend with Georgia, this is the year Kirby clearly has all the deserved accolades, obviously. But I think that if they play that game and contend for the east, not just I think they play in November if memory serves, but they play that ten times. They play that game out. Four. Thank you very, very much for your call. It was excellent. Let's check in with Paul, who is in Oregon. Hello, Paul. Go ahead. Hi, Paul. Thanks for taking my call. Thank you. Yeah, I wanted to, I mean, there's a lot of things I guess I could talk about. But I'll talk about Nick Saban bit and that comment as I understand it. Which may not be the way you look at it. I just was thinking that by parity, maybe he means, if everybody gets to spend the same amount of money, he's fine with that. Because people will want to have him as their coach. And he's not afraid to coach against anybody. So I think he's fine with a level playing field. I don't know that he feels he can compete with Texas money. An organ's lucky enough to have that one big fella that likes to remember he's an alumni. And owns big shoe company. I like that. So it could be just simply that he's just saying, okay, let's just say everybody gets this amount of money and spend it on their team and that's that. We'll see who wants to play for me. And Paul, I want to say on one level, and maybe because I was sitting next to him, when you sit next to saving, you are in his universe. I mean, you are rotating on his axis. So I heard him say, wouldn't it be nice if we could go back to a different era in college football. But we can't. So I'm not going down memory lane. I mean, Nick Saban has seen a lot. And there I can absolutely guarantee you he does not like where we are today. Yeah, and a lot of us don't. And maybe we're all of a particular age and maybe a lot of the athletes like to think that they would have been a lot better. And it would have been nice enough that we had an NC two a that was open enough to say it felt like get some money to be home for the holidays for heaven's sakes. So I don't have any problems with I guess that idea other than I do hope they're on pace to go to school and go to class. As a taxpayer to a state. I would like to do that. But he hates where we are. But because and thank you for the call. And part of that is because he has built a system down there that is a theater to the NFL. Players and everything that he preaches discipline, the locker room, you heard him talk about that, is now open for interpretation. By the way, great Michael Bratton, on the other day. SEC Mike does the podcast. And in reaction to what Saban said, he has done this and I'll share it with the audience. Saban wants parity in the SEC. And in college football. These are the current active winning streaks for Alabama. Tennessee 15 straight games. Arkansas 14 straight, state, Mississippi state, 14, vandy 11 straight 8 straight over Florida. Is that amazing or what? 8 straight against Florida. Is that right? Yeah, that's right. Kentucky 7, omis 6, almost beat them to two years in a row. Missouri 5. So that is once parity. Well, good. I hope he gets it. Let's get some more reaction. Bobby is in Florida. Hello, Bobby. Paul, thank you for taking my call, sir. Thank you. I do have to admit this is kind of a reactionary phone call. It wasn't well thought out, but when I heard that Saban wants more parody. I can't assume he's trying to make his job harder, is he? He seems to have a stranglehold on the SEC and we've talked before, Paul. I'm from Knoxville, but huge synergy fan. And. I guess I'm having a hard time wrapping my head around what he said. I've been trying to listen to the past couple calls while I've been on hold, but again, I turned the TV on, I heard you say that or save and say that and I picked up the phone and I called right in and luckily I'm already here with you. Well, I wonder what it is. You know, maybe he's upset because he wants parity where he wins every year and everybody else plays for a second. I believe it would not be, wouldn't that be history though? Uncomfortable for saving because what's he lost is it three out of the last four national championship games. I mean that at one time he had never lost a national championship game. Until last year he never lost to an assistant. So yeah, I guess he wants to, he wants a paradigm shift. One last quick thing and then I'll get out of here. When you were running down Alabama's winning streaks, you started with Tennessee at 15, obviously that hurts. Did I hear Vanderbilt at 11? Yes. And he doesn't play Alabama every year. That's why it's not okay. Yeah, Tennessee and Mississippi, those winning streets go back to. I know Tennessee last beat Alabama in O 6. Yeah, Eric angel was the quarterback, right? Yeah, I believe state beat them under Sylvester crewman O 7. I'm just relying on I haven't had time to certify what Michael said, I believe he probably is pretty accurate. But yeah, the Vanderbilt and Alabama do not play that often. They used to. Okay. All right, hey, hey, thank you so much, Paul. Have yourself a good night..
"hick" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"You got to add two more schools. You know, I have. You know, I'm not going to, we're not going to give up the ghost. No. But you know what's funny is that your first interview with me, you asked me if I was an Alabama and auburn fan and my reply was that when you answer that question, I'll answer that question. Well, a little known secret. You went to auburn, right? The biggest Alabama fan I know, but he never let that out of the bag while he was depending on the people of Alabama. Oh, you're stirring the pot. Golly, Paul stirs the pot. Maybe I got maybe I'm sorry. Maybe I got that one. Oh, Paul. Taylor Hicks. We can not wait. Boomer sooner. We can't wait for the go go longhorns. Boomer swimmer. It's blue or somewhere. It's gonna happen. We might just have to get Scotty mccreary. Taylor Hicks shorting us here. Call, Paul. And remember, remember Jeff Foxworthy told us in Atlanta. He said, I ran into Taylor Hicks at a golf tournament. I call Paul, that's your biggest hit, right? We are coming back with much, much more. You were listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast. We've had quite an afternoon here with Kirby smart, daily, Nick Saban. Let's get back to the calls. And Dave is up next in Kentucky. A hello Dave. Hey, Paul. Got a question for you. What do you think will happen to UK's Chris Rodriguez since he didn't show up for his court night today? And now he has a warrant for his arrest and my next question is, wonder why Kentucky didn't send a GA or a coach down? To make sure he made the court date. Yeah, I don't know the answer to that. Ultimately, if you can't make your own court date, you're probably experiencing some out of body experience that may not be good for the university. I really don't know, but you would think between the lawyer and the university, it would not be hard, but on the other hand, you don't know the reason for it. There could have been a specific reason. That's all I'm saying, but it's not good news. I will say that. Let's check out Mikey up next in Tennessee. How am I? Hello, Paul. Thank you for taking my call. Thank you. First off, I'd like to thank you and your show, Mark kubiak, best of luck to you and all your endeavors. Love the one of watch all your shows, whatever you've got anything to do with. Paul, you guys have touched the lives of so many people that it's not even funny. I watch you every chance I get for the last, I don't even know 5, 6 years since I was able to get the SEC network and from Tammy, Jim, it doesn't matter. All your callers that have come through since then. They're all adorable. Thank you. But what I want to what I want to ask about is all this hype about Tennessee right now with what Josh eichel is doing and with, of course, yes, we've got the number 8 according to one of the polls recruiting for 2023. Well, that doesn't help us this year, but a lot of people are saying Tennessee has got a good chance this year to be number two in the SEC to Georgia in the east. What's your take on that? On recruiting, let me let me offer this caution. It is way too early to do anything other than hype, what's your number is? I was with Marcus Freeman, the Notre-Dame coach, two weeks ago. He was boasting about them being number one. The big dogs walk late in recruiting, always remember that. Not as late as they used to, but it is still me. Most of these guys are just getting out of high school. So they'll make a decision soon. They want to be there in January, but they don't have to do it yet. Just getting out of 11th grade in high school, I should say. So as far as Tennessee, I think it's possible, Josh heifer seemed could be that good. They've overcome they way outplayed their talent level last year and I expect them with more talent significantly more talent on the roster this year to improve. So who is going to buy is a Tennessee? Is it Florida? Is it Kentucky? Is it South Carolina? And I think ultimately Tennessee has a good shot to be that next team. Thank you very, very much. Let's continue with clarence up.
Guerrero slugs 3 HRs despite gash on hand, Jays beat Yankees
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Pentagon mandates COVID-19 vaccine for civilian workers
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the Pentagon mandates cove it nineteen vaccinations for civilian workers the defense department is mandating covert nineteen vaccinations for all civilian workers by November twenty second a memo signed by deputy defense secretary Kathleen Hicks says the new mandate is in line with the presidential directive issued last month requiring federal agencies to implement vaccine requirements under the schedule issued by the Pentagon civilian workers getting the Fizer vaccine must get their first dose by October eighteenth and their second does by November eighth those getting the maternal vaccine let's get their first dose by October eleventh and their second dose by November eighth and those getting the one shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine must do so by November eighth earlier this year all members of the military were required to get vaccinated Mike Ross yet Washington
"hick" Discussed on True Consequences
"With our justice system and i can tell you that makes me sick i i i wanna say. Thank you for your bravery. I know this was an easy. And i know with pain. I told you would be. But i want you to know that now. We will make sure that. Eric is not for thousands and thousands of people are going to hear his story. And we're gonna use may historian along with all the others that i've talked about is going to help make change in state and everything that i do from now on his in honor of him and have everybody that i've talked to you. I won't be forgotten. I probably feel because he was he meant it was somebody's as that it was. Somebody's everybody's worlds. He was father in a son in an uncle. Brother and a grandson. He mattered got very mannered. Who still matters. He's still manner. He does still manner. He's manners and i will make sure the nobody forgets that eric. Eric i like that. I like that. They've anything else. He wants to be before we wrap it up just recipes my baby an interview with your baby sister. Now let's see what i see on jupiter you eric. It i'll try. I'll try with apple. My friend eric to make sure you're not forgotten. Thanks for listening to true consequences. Follow me on facebook and instagram at consequences pod and on twitter at true cons pod. Chew consequences is listener supported. If you'd like to support this one man show. Please go to patriot dot com slash true consequences. Thanks for listening and stay safe new mexico..
"hick" Discussed on True Consequences
"Five charges murder one like premeditated murder tampering with evidence because apparently he like broke the knife and all that three parts and all that tampering with witnesses because they had him on tape in the county jail in mdc telling people if they ask questions. I'll tell him shit then. They had these two girls and that said that he admitted. I just killed eric or i just left him for dead or wherever. Okay so i mean you could see how confusing this is. I mean it's like oh my god okay. So then murderer. Juan tampering with evidence tampering with witness and to mar okay. The fi- charges five charges. And i'll never forget that day. James told me that. Because i was in the bathtub and robert brought the phone and said here's jayme so they wouldn't give their robber. Any information was in the bathtub. Talking to james. James had five charges pie charts. Now this is a court date in albuquerque. If you can't make it s okay you don't need to be. There is an. He told me. I have specifically say the grand jury. They can't take charges way if they don't think that it's worth you know. Or they can add more yet at more exactly. So i said okay and he said if i if i if you if you show up you know i'll find you if not out quite robert came over mark and i think he said james called. Here's the phone. He said because he could give specifics but he said he just told me to tell you we got him on all five. And i was like. Oh my god. Oh my god off five okay hall. Vindication justice justice for eric. Okay so then. I don't even know how long was later. I get a call. One eight phone rang. I is some woman she says on the prosecutor were giving him deal for second degree murder. I mean right. I just i wanted to fe. I just like i was like. I don't understand what you're saying. You know like i don't get it. What do you mean you know. Well the two girls attest that that gave their statements during interviews like an investigation was a lawyer up. And so they're not going to be credible anymore. I sound get it. I don't get it like didn't they. Go in and be interrogated. Don't like get videoed or like write down in their own words. I mean i've watched enough in law and order to know that you know what i mean like. Okay so i mean both of them really both of them. Of course they want lawyers now going to core for a murder trial you know yet and having a lawyer doesn't mean you're not credible. Yeah what is. That's what i'm saying like..
"hick" Discussed on True Consequences
"And then we're getting high and is not well. I started getting sick so erik went to get more and while he was gone. There's the door and i answered. It was two people and so they told me what we just saw. Eric eric said frost come here and wait till you to let us wait in. He'll be back in a minute and she and then the next thing i remember her saying was was then it got to be like really lay in was coming up so i went to look for him i walking and that and she saw a bunch of like like bill crowd and cops and all kinds and she said i just knew i just knew so i went walking over there and one of the cops are some guy told him. Some guy just got killed down there. There's some guy got murdered. She said i just knew so she talked to some copying. Eric didn't have a wallet or anything on them. As always managed to lose his identity. She told the cop. I think it might be my boyfriend. And so she told a couple looked like and his tattoos and the cop went down and came back and said yes. That's him we're gonna take a quick break And we're back. According to new sources it was believed the eric taken some drugs from a man who is known on the streets as texas or solid and that person was none other than charles ziglar. This information was given to police by eric's girlfriend at the time at the same time that all of this was happening. Eric's brother was in jail to turn on the tv. The his data given to him and as the news came on he learned his brother had been murdered by watching the news in his jail cell. He said i swear to gama Down my belt. And i put on tv..
"hick" Discussed on True Consequences
"It's like how does everybody know. As soon as i talk to the detective. You know what i mean. Everybody starts calling and you're talking about like funeral arrangements in like medical examiner's and all this shit like you like. Oh my god with my son in the middle like his name mixed up with all that it's like i remember girlfriend calling in his ex-girlfriend calling in his dad is calling from nashville talking about whatever you want but everyone can. I wanted to get him cremated. Because i thought in my mind he'd already been in in the dark and all that for long enough and i wanted to be with me so where i was. I haven't bedrooms. And then scott had bought. He bought two big earns and then he bought three little ones. so it's like everything's just a blur. Her is terrible and and then it just got worse from there. Can we talk about what you found out later from. What you know the happened. Okay so i just stayed in. I just wanted to say that lasting. I said detective jodi flew very for semiconductor conversation. When she would have. I would say by almost hanging to jody and she said yes. We please please. Don't let him be forgotten like please. Don't forget about him. I have his house right here. I'm looking at his picture on my desk. So i said okay so i trust that you know so. We just went time with my by staying tajuddin. She would call me what type she called me and said Or she texted me and said eric have only jewelry were jewelry. He got is eyebrow pierced ears. The goal took that shit out right away had a diamond in his ear. Every once in awhile somebody would give him a diamond and you put it in any clock at prison top or something you know but it wasn't like rings bracelets necklaces so i texted her back. No you know he. He didn't he wasn't a big jewelry. Where and then like that. You know she text me and you know texter back in okay so then all of a sudden one day. She calls me and she says okay. we got we got you got you know. And she had told me that two girls had said tests are told her about what they knew which was Which was after okay after she called me and said okay we got him is when i found out what what the girls had sat and all that and she just said His name is charles ziegler. She said he's in jail. Actually right now. We got him out of probation violation. She said i'm going to get. I'm going to have him held in in jail long enough to our i can formally charged him with murder while he's already because if he gets out and they he knows asking in a snap he'll he'll bounce you know so i said okay so then she calls me and said okay. He's been charged okay. So that's it. When i when eric first when this offers versus happened getting these calls his girlfriend called me autumn and i said autumn. What hell happened like what happened. I don't know. I don't know i said well know..
"hick" Discussed on True Consequences
"Today's show on september fifteenth. Two thousand seventeen. A young man was found. Dead in the arroyo near the intersections of richmond and candelaria in albuquerque new mexico. This person was the third in a series of seemingly. Similar killings happened in albuquerque. That year police told the media in a press conference that all three men were living. Transient lifestyles. They were all stabbed. And we're all staged in the same manner. Was there a spree killer on the loose albuquerque in the fall. Two thousand seventeen or were these three random killings. I'm eric carter london and this is true consequences. Eric hicks was at thirty three year. Old man his mom told me the he was her first born son..
Gallo Homers in 5th Straight Game, Rangers Blast A’s 8-3
"Joey Gallo homered for the fifth straight game innate low went deep twice in the Rangers eight three pounding of the athletics Gallo went three for three with a walk and three RBIs while tying the second longest home run streak in club history I've always been somewhat streaky I I mean right now it's just a just and I mean nothing can go wrong for me and that's that's everywhere about what it's almost surprising John Hicks had his first home run since twenty nineteen is Texas won for the fifth time in six games the Rangers jumped on a starter Sharma night for four runs on nine hits in five innings finishing with fifteen hits winning pitcher John king allowed two earned runs despite no hitting the age for three innings of relief on the ferry
That Time Sean Hannity Gave Dan Bongino Advice on Hiccups
"True story. The great Sean Hannity gave me a trick. I'm not name dropping. Hey, we could be. I cooled him. No, no, no, I'm not kidding. He called, he said. Really, really solid, dude. Called all the time he was always like. You know? Hey, man, how are you doing? And I told him about the hick up thing, And he's like, Listen, I've been in this talk radio business forever. Hiccups. It's a real problem. Right, Jim? How are you gonna do a show? Hiccup? It'd be weird. He's like Take a glass of water. And drink it upside down. I'm like what? How the hell do you do that? He's like the fluid will come out of the other side of the cup because you were upside down. He said. I'm telling you what, folks I don't know. I'm not messing with you. That was the on Lee thing. That stop my hiccups. The only thing drinking water upside down. Try it.
Auntie Anne's and the History of the Pretzel
"In january of two thousand and two just a few short months after the nine eleven attacks incited a rally around the flag effect that pushed president george w bush's approval rating north of ninety percent ws administration nearly came to an abrupt and permanent end. Not because of a terrorist strike. But rather because of a pretzel while chomping on a pretzel in private. The president choked on the snack. Food lost consciousness and fell to the floor. Giving them a nasty bruise. Below as i before being found and revived by the secret service. Mentions of the pretzel. Have been documented as early as the seventh century c e the distinct shape claim to be amongst depiction of arms folded in prayer. Other theories have a more practical reasoning for the foreign factor. It makes it easy to hang on. Hooks and bakeries pretzels. Omnipresence in the us can be directly traced a pennsylvania dutch country which despite its name is not dutch at all. It's archaic pronunciation of pennsylvania deutsch meaning german named for the first wave of germanic immigration to america in the eighteenth century the pennsylvania dutch imported ample amounts of german culture including a distinct dialect of the language still spoken today and these transatlantic crowds also brought over the knotted savory pastry popularized in bavaria. The brazil or pretzel pretzels became closely. Identified with the state of pennsylvania's german-american descendants. Iterative on the snack by inventing snack sized hard pretzel as well as the philadelphia s. Shaped soft varietal and so it was pennsylvania where in nineteen eighty eight and f. Beyeler opened her upon pretzel. Raise a farmer's market stall in the city of downingtown by nineteen ninety two. The year ws presidential father george h w bush would lose reelection to horn. Dog hick bill clinton the single stanhood exploded into over one hundred retail locations today. They're over fifteen hundred franchises worldwide located in shopping centers in ballparks as for w he spends his retirement oil painting and palling around with fellow. Telegenic monster ellen. Degeneres the pretzel standing alongside a duck pair of shoes as near misses from the reaper.
King County, Washington Facial Recognition Ban Vote Set for Today
"Vote later today could create the nation's first county wide ban on facial recognition software, and we get the update from comas Corwin Hick. The Metropolitan King County Council vote is likely to Ban County government, especially law enforcement from using facial recognition technology to match faces in video and photos with criminal suspects. The tech has been shown to routinely misidentify non white faces. Especially struggling with Asians and black women. At a council hearing in April, security researchers Cynthia Speeds made the case against when he's error prone technologies are used by police departments. This could lead to violations of the Fourth Amendment, wrongful imprisonment or even death. The council vote could make King County the nation's first county to ban the tech for governmental use, following the example of cities including Boston and Portland. There is one exception here. Law enforcement could employ facial recognition when the case involves a missing or exploited child, Corwin Hey CO Moh news the council set to vote on this measure this afternoon at
Clippers Spoil Mavericks' Party, 118-108, to Get Back in Series
"The only clippers ended their five game post season losing streak with a one eighteen one away win over the Dallas Mavericks in game three of their first round series so the clippers now trail the man's two games to one the clippers who shot fifty eight percent of the field trailed by nineteen in the first quarter but rallied with a fifty two thirty one blitz in the first half to go up by two at halftime and were able to hang on down the stretch Kawhi Leonard and Paul George combined for sixty five points for the clippers Leonard at thirty six George twenty nine well look at dot Hicks led all scorers with forty four for the man's Bob Stevens Dallas
Cole Strikes out 12 in Eight Innings, Yankees Beat Rays 1-0
"Gerrit Cole is five and one after striking out twelve while holding the race to four hits over eight stellar innings of the Yankees won nothing victory Aaron Hicks hit a sacrifice fly in the seventh and Aaron judge had three of New York six hits call already has five starts this season with at least ten strikeouts and no walks breaking might be seen as T. mark set in two thousand one he's given up just three walks all season there will be a walk on at some point but just try to stay on the offensive there and we'll put ourselves in a good position to not have to have to have to be there quite as much Aroldis Chapman completed a four hitter for his ninth save the Yankees over consecutive wins over Tampa Bay for the first time since July two thousand nineteen I'm Dave Ferrie
Ash-covered St. Vincent braces for more volcanic eruptions
"The last few people remaining in the area closest to an erupting volcano in the eastern carribean island of Saint Vincent have face to get clear the final evacuees made their way to safety at day off to the last two free apple K. no rocketed with an explosion that shook the ground speed ask I would and blanketed the island in a layer of fine volcanic rock the eruption is its first large ones since nineteen seventy nine US covered everything creeping into homes because the noise is on a strong sulfur smelling it in the air evacuee to one a Bucks says she's hoping the eruption will end soon I am a bed I'm just hoping for the best set up everything comes over so I can go back home local resident veranda Hicks says she's been through this before did I was nine years old now I'm fifty years old scientists warn that the explosions could continue for days or even weeks said that the worst could be yet to come I'm Karen Thomas
Officer who stuffed snow in man's mouth during arrest quits
"In Akron Ohio police officer has resigned after video shows him stuffing snow into the mouth of a suspect who is black it was a domestic violence call in February when Akron police arrive twenty six year old Charles Hicks was on the front porch with no shirt on despite freezing conditions police body cam videos show Hicks arguing with the officers after his girlfriend said he threatened her with a knife there was a struggle getting him on the ground and into handcuffs officer John Turner's camera reveals him stuffing snow into Hicks's mouth and Hicks gasping for breath he was told to calm down and the officers helped him up I really can't believe it's over all calls were gonna roll you okay the police chief has faulted the officer who has resigned I'm Jackie Quinn
What Is Intuitive Eating?
"So for people who are listening and this may be the first time you are hearing about the term intuitive eating. Maybe you're new to our podcast. I think it's a good idea to start with a general definition on one into beating his. I have scoured the interwebs for a definition. That is concise that. I really like and it happens to be by eliza ramsey who is a dietitian that has been on our podcast a couple times to talk about intuitive eating and her definition is intuitive. Eating is an approach to health and food. that has nothing to do with diets. Meal plans disipline or willpower. It teaches you how to get in touch with your body's natural cues like hunger fullness in satisfaction while learning to trust your body around food again so really intuitive meaning was founded in. Here's me that's the end of the definition intuitive beating was founded by two registered dieticians. Evelyn aaa who's been on our podcast and a least rash as a response to chronic dieting. So intuitive eating is essentially the of a diet and it's really learning to get in touch with your body and your unique needs. There are ten principles of intuitive eating. And i'm not going to go into all of them. You can get the book if you wanna learn more. Or there's we have a ton of podcast episodes about this. But you know number one is rejecting the diet mentality remembering. It's not about your like a willpower or being a failure. It's this system of diet culture. That really sets us up to fail. Another principle that i loved to discuss with clients is feeling your fullness right. So what is comfortable. Fullness feel a hick in your body and you know. How do we try to respect our fullness right how do we respect our body. Respect our our bodies kind of predetermined wheat in shape. So there's a lot to it. That is a very over-simplified definition of intuitive eating but i think a good place to
'I thought this was my building,' Knicks legend Ewing says after security stops at MSG
"Georgiana. That's the big east. Tournament semifinals after queuing. A modern to an upset win over cops seeded villanova yesterday on f s one. It was one of the biggest wins of his coaching career. But after the game. He say that he felt disrespected by madison square garden insecurity in the arena where he became a legend plankton hicks pickle. Listen i do want to say one thing though. I thought this was my building. And i feel terrible. That i'm getting stopped accosted as passes everybody in this building should know who they i am and i'm getting stopped. I can't move around his building. Like i i was like what the hell is this
Boomer and the Millennial February Special - burst 01
"So we we. We need to get started before our neighbors waco away said we will be providing the soundtrack. Oh yeah for for our show they go. It's been interesting. I wonder if they're going somewhere. Probably they're young church their young and in love. You're probably going somewhere. Church may have enough. Maybe a little late for them. What better what better place to go. It is sunday. Look i'm just saying you live with with to opie we got cynicism all right exactly. I don't have a boomer. Father whatever generation you are was the one. After boomer i don't know gen-x the thing is genetic after boomer at the generation that came after them Well you know some say oh. You mean the generation after the boomers genetics boomer. Yeah nobody prehistoric. Nobody cares about that though. Talk about it being the the greatest generation ever really what happened during that generation World war two. You know they came back and what about the great depression that was probably part only front country back so we're going to corona right now dan. we're trump. Yeah so you know. I mean we go through i last we. We might be we greatest know we get out of this you know. I don't know the greatest generation given all the stuff that we've gone through at least it's still going through. that's true. welcome back as banter or done with the banter back guys. Another episode of boomer and lineal episode boomer and the millennial date do i'm ready to boomer marmande millennial and Thank you for joining us once again episode. Who knows ten me. I think it's ten or eleven can never keep up but we are coming up when anniversary. This is facts Next one because we march de during the morning dean bidding of the pandemic. Well it's a special day. Yeah it is. Valentine's day happy valentine's day thanks. Valentine's day youtube. Sorry to record valentine's day on what's going on. I just had so many plans with. Yeah yeah it's also black history month but you know you spending valentine's day with your parents so that's a good thing. Yeah i mean it's totally cool people. You love yeah. Valentine's day is not just about significant. Others you know what i mean this is. This is the first time that. I've been single on valentine's day in quite some time. Though i will say that and i just you know that's a hick so yeah you didn't know what you mean your granddaddy used to see how used to break up with his girlfriend right before christmas. Did he make up like after new years. Have the new right then. They have like this huge argument. Like the end of january beginning of february and then on the fifteenth sixteenth like. Oh hey i'm sorry. I misunderstood you on valentine's day. I think we should work this out. He's getting even have to do anything. I know it's kind of genius. Yeah that is so i. He was such a cazenove. He did have one problem though. He didn't know that he thought you call. You know when you were serious about somebody dating you know a friend. Yeah he would call him his fiancee. How do you make that how you make. That was state. There's a big worse as a big day. That's a big difference and you can imagine you know the young lady was like. Oh my goodness is got big fiance. Yeah he was like. Oh yeah i guess because he got that kind of response you know. He was like cool to christmas. Yeah right you can't be my fiance. When i thought we getting married. I guess we're gonna hit him that that's what it meant. Yeah he was like. Yeah we gotta we gotta dial that back a little bit care but anyway it's it's it's it's i don't know also saints sentence. Please please say sentence. So you modernize your mom. And i had this thing about. We would just you know if you really. If you celebrated a holiday holiday. But valentine's day on fifteenth you'd be good to go man could get flowers candy and a card for about fifteen thirteen bucks. Yeah sometimes not bad. Yeah so. I guess i'll be telling your mom have you tomorrow. Right right yeah. It's it's valentine's day somewhere in the world right exactly so you learning a lot from the boomer here. Yeah i see i mean. Apparently apparently i. Yeah so i'm single. And i have no valentine but that's okay You know life goes on. Yeah you got to do two things one. You got some very good advice okay. No good advice but in the second thing is you have a new tattoo. Yeah why did you disagree. Grace kings just love. You love vaguely talking about my life. Before i can even get to it like suppose. I didn't want to tell people oops now. It's not even that. I think yes. I did get a new tattoo. I'm a few days ago. Here's my thing though. My thing is. I don't really like i don't really like just flaunting it like i won't. I won't like post about them on social media and stuff. I have a lot of friends who do that. They'll get a new tattoo. Tattoo them and like. Oh look my tattoo that i don't post about. I'm guarantee you a lot of people. Don't even know how many i have or have seen all of them. I'm just saying. I mean it must bother you too much giving you ever almost asleep. Yeah almost we're almost done but yeah this won't hurt. I'm not gonna lie was pretty bad. Well it looks nice. Thanks no derm is yeah you got to take it off. Saran wrap wound healing it. I guess it's doing everything done safely. Yeah everything yeah i mean. They're super kobe. Friendly like in kinney was wearing a mask face shield. Okay yeah like well. this is not your first one. Yeah yeah this is actually my fourth one. But i got nam sorry. This is actually my during kobe. Kobe because i got four kind of all one two three four all at the same time and then this one but yeah so. This was kind of like my valentine's day gift to myself. I guess you could say. I've been working madman. This week drained me. Yeah i mean you've been really doing a lot you getting up early. Yeah coming in late thursday. I got up at four thirty. Got home at four thirty in the morning. Yeah that was tough.
Oklahoma man released early from prison accused in 3 deaths
"A man released from prison early is accused of killing three people in an incident so gruesome we have to warn you about the graphic details Lawrence Paul Anderson is accused of killing a neighbor in chicken shot Oklahoma cutting out her heart taking it to his aunt and uncle's house cooking it with potatoes and trying to serve it to them before killing the uncle attacking the aunt and killing the couple's four year old granddaughter he cried in court telling the judge I don't want no bail your honor the county D. A. Jason Hicks is blasting the criminal justice reform that led to Anderson and hundreds of inmates being released from prison early Anderson's attorney indicates he'll seek a mental evaluation to see of Anderson is competent to stand trial I'm ready to fall away
Interview With Kelly Keller
"In today's guest is former. Alpa employees kelly. Keller kelly under private pilot's license. When she was just twenty years old she comes from a family of aviation and she calls herself a spoiled brat of aviation which seems a little harsh until you realize. She grew up flying where their father and a stagger wing. For most of her youth she learned to fly in tabora so at age nineteen got a private licence at twenty and she's been flying ever since she's worked for textron. Ao pa and now. She's currently the regional sales manager for the southeast for garment kelly. Thanks so much for joining us on the there. I was podcast so kelly. You have quite a hair raising story about flying your family back. In one. seventy two from gaskins white river resort on the way back to hicks airfield. You're flying. you're flying clubs one seventy two and experienced an engine failure. Yeah it was. It was definitely kind of the perfect storm of of situations because it was supposed to be a husband and my baby moon so to speak at seven months pregnant with our first child and had him in the airplane Labrador retriever in the backseats. Obviously mailo co-pilot with me. Yeah we were going to gaskins. White river resort for one last hurrah. It was a great trip really recommend going but on the way back i was over. Really ozark ozark mountains without many airports nearby and smoke in the cockpit. That was my first indication that there is something wrong. Obviously and i could tell. It was kind of an oily smell. But at that point it's just troubleshooting and making sure that i couldn't see that there is anything obvious. Obviously on fire or anything fatso. It's daytime is weather in issued is cleared a million Daytime midday without eleven noon timeframe. Okay in a about what time of years this this is november. So this is november last year. Okay great and about what altitude were you cruising it. So at that time. I was about to say it was about thirty five hundred feet. I wasn't up super high africa. Main reasons i was on fire away. I did not file a flight land as you know probably very few listeners would have this problem but when sediments fragment you probably need to stop somewhere young so we were we were kind of kind of just on an the our flight plan all away and having a good time and Joying enjoying barklay gut. It's the you had about a three hour flight or so home beautiful day. You just had a fabulous vacation with your husband. And you just kinda sauntering back really you know you're going to stop somewhere and you're up at three thousand feet which looks like maybe it's roughly a thousand feet ag l. or sos based on the terrain up there in that part of the country. And just flying back enjoying yourself until all the sudden you kind of start to smell a little bit of something in. Did you say you saw some smoke. Pretty much immediately fell the cockpit and you know when when that happens you always think through what that might look like in in just in our training figure out what your action plan is but until that happens to you. It's really startling. So the first thing i did was has started troubleshooting. Okay is it. Electrical is clearly a fire knows. I opened up the windows just to try to get some mayor his. Obviously i'm very cognizant of of what i'm reading that i'm you open. Open up the windows. He'll the cabin heat. Which is a crucial component. When it came down to it once they killed the cabin he smoke stopped so it was like okay you know. It's it smelled oil. A tell it was something like that and at that point dover might well pressure gauge and it was at zero at that point mike. My husband's a mechanical engineer. He's used overcrowded in a drone engines. Actually so he's very aware of of what that means is well. Luckily i was already talking to air traffic control since i was on the afar calling for that that type of a trip so immediately off with them and get them to try to at least for me to the closest
"hick" Discussed on Radicalize Me
"So we're gonna be making it happen. Great awesome Yeah do you want to plug the website on your twitter. Our website is. Www dot hicks for district six all words no numbers dot com And my twitter handle is at hicks number. Four district number six And that's the same for instagram. And it's all the same for facebook as well kendra hicks district six And if he was website. You can see all of our policy priorities. You can read a little bit more about me. You can sign for newsletter and you can donate to the campaign also all right. Well thank you so much for doing this Sorry we went a little time. But that's fine. Thank you for having me. I was really happy to answer your questions. All right well. great. I good luck in the In the campaign and the so is the The primary hasn't happened yet. is that right. Yeah timber in the general election in november. Okay just about seven months to go and we'll see you know we'll see where we end up but lots of lots of hard work ahead of us now all right great. Take care bye That's offered today and once again find the links. The description hicks for district six dot com or on twitter at hicks for district. Six research. your local races on that kidding people look it up. It doesn't take that long. I'll even give you link go to ballot pedia dot org slash local score politics or click it in the description. You can follow the show at our website. Radicalized me pod dot com can help us out at patriotair dot com slash radicalize me on facebook at radicalized me twitter at joe underscore messina instagram at joe underscore messina one. And that's it. bye now.
"hick" Discussed on Radicalize Me
"Like they're just doing band pushing work that other foundations are not willing to take risks. Gone to fund So you know. Resists was founded by like the noam. Chomsky howard zinn of the world And we've kind of kept that legacy going and so that's what i've been working for the past six years and so in my personal life the support kind of transition from doing on the groundwork to resourcing movements and to thinking about you know. How do we redistribute wealth from here back into these communities so that we can resource the work that the community is on the ground are doing in a way that feels valuable line. Because i think that a lot of the ways that philanthropy kind of works hard to movement actually not helpful and thinking about what is the value aligned way to resource movement. And that's kind of like the work. I've transitioned from kind of doing on the groundwork to thinking about how to support and resource movements okay. L. that's great So they want to ask you because When i have looked into These local races. I it's like everyone has their own style. But everyone's sounds good like everyone's got like like similar like good policies. I'm wondering what What you would say sets you apart from your opponent in the the district race and maybe the other sitting senators the outgoing matt o'malley. Yes so i think that most people calling yourself the progressive now is the trendy thing to do And i think that most people if you ask them will say that they believe in the same things that i say i believe in But is in the pudding that even though people will say that they believe in things there is a lack of action To move forward that would get us closer to our visions or will make sure that we're living Deeper into the values that we say we hold. And so i think Especially with the counselor. That's that's that there now. Molly has been there for ten years. And so i think that we have had A long time to kind of get a proof of concept in terms of what are the things that he stands for and ultimately for a city. Councilor values are your votes. And the work that you're kinda championing and the stuff that you're getting behind and so were able to see that you know for lack of political will for lack of political courage We haven't always really had the progressive representation that we need in the district As far as my current opponents. I wouldn't know she doesn't even have a website. Okay there are things that there are things that i do know about her. But i don't wanna make assumptions shin's of course so we'll see how that shakes on the on the spot for like a A headpiece but no yeah. I mean i think that is A really important point. I a lot of the time in on all levels of government we see people running. Who say you know. I'm i'm from the community. I'm a business owner. I'm a teacher. I'm this and that and all of that's fine But they are like very specific very Narrow lenses that does a lot of these people probably have so it is different to have someone who is on the ground working with these communities improvement percent. Because i do think one all of these all of the issues that we're seeing are interconnected right on so the lens of just being a business owner or being from here is not sufficient because there are other there are a number of other things that kind of like exacerbate these issues and so i think that both like my personal experience my personal identities And the fact that. I'm also a community. Does give me a specific antigen point right like i have a specific experience. That kind of lets me see from multiple different positions and therefore gives me an eye for how to build policy that works for most people. I think the the thing on top of that too is that you know as an organizer and as a movement person you have to have a strategy. I there's like a strategy there's like vision and there is this is what we're gonna do take get here. What we see. From a lot of elected officials. Is you know well meaning but kind of like a like. Oh this is the issue. That's coming up now. We have to do something about it right it. it's reactive and there isn't necessarily Ah personal theory of change right. They don't necessarily have of like the how i change happens. This is the big picture and these are the things. I need to change And these are the things that we're going to shake out there for example one of the big goals that i have in my campaign when i think about policy of i'm elected to city council is that we should be democratizing our processes as much as possible. We should be redistributing as much power as possible. And so
"hick" Discussed on Radicalize Me
"So i became. I started being politicized mostly through coming into my racial identity as a black woman. Living in a caribbean country and what that meant And then moving to the us being. I john so still being an american citizen but having this imigran experience. Because i didn't speak english. I was in the esl classes and sixth grade. Because i spend most of my time in the dominican republic My my parents were undocumented. They also didn't speak any english. And so i kind of had this also immigrant. Experience was born here. I was transitioning permanently. Entered the west. And so i had a all of these personal experiences. That kind of politicized me really early. On and then i had all these people who were investing investing in me and mentoring me who also poured all of this in me and kind of help politicize me so by the time that i was fifteen i was working on my first citywide campaign I was part of the united youth workers of boston and we were fighting to like increase. You've jobs budget in the city of boston And that was super early on We had that fight. We the fight for youth jobs was really about an attempt to mitigate use violence rates a lot of the work that i did came from being directly involved and impacted by gang violence in my neighborhood And we knew that the numbers showed that when you have an increase in programming increase in your job that there is a decrease in violence Chart was like a mirror right over there. They were very much opposite And so the fight for jobs for me at the core was a life or death issue. I was just like you know. My friends are dying I'm constantly scared. We're all constantly endanger. What do we do But it'd be you know fighting city hall trying to get things on the the budget that we see at city hall now are obviously not new. Because we're talking about fifteen years ago right we're still having the conversations We really came to the realization that we were going to have to try to solve this problem on the commune in the community of right that we needed to go to the ground and so this is how my friends and i founded beantown society as beantown society is a by youth for youth organization. That here in the district Whose mission is to unite youth or race and class at a turn oppression into power for the purpose of and like ending youth violence And we were just like okay of the city is not going to do anything about it. They're not going to increase the jobs budget. We're going to do the work ourselves. And we started this organization. We ran it. It's still in youth led organization. It's still open running in the district you know for sixteen years being ran by young people And that was. That's where we did the work. The people who are neighborhood who are gang involved. the people are neighborhood who were quote unquote at risk for lack of a better word. That's where everybody went and in montana celebrations. That's where we could go and we did the work on the ground. We responded to people. We did the trauma response work. We supported families. We did the mutual aid And the organizing came second to meeting the basic needs of the people in our community You saw results from this saw a change. Oh one hundred percent. I mean one of the big things that came out of that is that you know we. All of the founders of beantown went to the curling middle school so we came out of the curly with we match. We were part of a festival arts program in middle school and when the festival arts program ended you know there were no other options for us. We were like a. What do we do now. Are you know we're we're aging out of this thing and so we needed a option to kind of hold us through. Hold us over through high school and though not only did we see a shift within us like the founders like all of us are community organizers youth workers working within politics just kind of leaders in the city in that sense But also all of the young people who came through our program also sign impact From being part of the organization. I think the biggest impact that we saw is that we knew that the issue of violence like that. The the years for the intervention were in middle school. Because that's when we started coming we knew that like middle school was kind of like the ripe age to get it and some of the the second generation of staff from being town wanted to create this like two day retreat where we could get young people from middle schools to come together for one day for two days to have conversations about race and racism about sexism misogyny abou- what were like the shared experiences that united them to kind of build a culture
"hick" Discussed on Radicalize Me
"Alright i'm here with kendra hicks Who is running for boston City council for the sixth district. Thanks so much for being here. Thank you so much for having me. So how has it been. Just you know campaigning. Over this past crazy year yeah So i mean definitely not what i expected. i think. campaigning. In general I think i was going to have the same reaction. Not what i expected even if we weren't in the middle of a pandemic because the world of campaigning so new to me and so different than doing community organizing work that i'm kind of used to doing but i think that it's been particularly difficult to run a campaign in the middle of a pandemic Particularly in a way that safe mostly because your goal is to the most voters and to talk to people anti get people to vote for you in the election to get people to know who you are. And it's really difficult when everybody is cooped up inside the house not outdoors prior to my campaign in september so it was right when the cold weather was starting. And so we've been really pushed to think creatively about how to reach voters Digital direct mail phone calls And we've kind of just making do with what we have right now. yeah And so so. How does it work. It's most of these like city. Positions are nonpartisan. Is that right. Yep so are. Is every candidate kind of just an like an independent candidate like how does how does funding work like is there any sort of infrastructure. Yes so there isn't there is infrastructure It's bipartisan race. And so the basic what that means is at the top. Two vote getters regardless of party. get on the ballot also however many people running the primary you have the primary election. Whoever the top two vote getters are get on the ballot. I think one of the things that we there's resources for example democ that you have access to be registered as a democrat voter files and all those kinds of things and so those are available to us as candidates but that's kind of like the infrastructure that exists. It's people registered you raise. Money ed's the to top getters get on the ballot yet. So is it something where i assume like a state or city like democratic party couldn't like endorse a city council candidate and an assist them or is that is that allowed or yeah. That's actually ... a really good question. I'm not sure. I think i would lean towards a no. Because even the resources that we get like when things like boat builder who have all the border files we still have to pay for that stuff. like the the state and city democratic party kinda hosts it but we still have to pay for access to that So yeah so. That's a really good question. But as far as i know i would think no. Just because we're both we would both be a part of the democratic party but i'm not. I'm not too sure how the intricacies of the democratic party work. I am not going to act like there's any reason. Yeah well you know so you. You're the first candidate. I've had on And i i wanted to start with someone local. Because that's after you know the twenty twenty election in the two thousand sixteen election. We're particularly disappointing for me for a lot of people And i started thinking over the past year. Like how can how can we better serve our political interests. Like what else can we do. And part of that is Activism which is the main thing i started the show for was to have activists on and have them tell me until the listeners. Like what can we do And then the other thing that occurred to me was like what about local elections. I hear a lot of people complain about the parties. And i see the george washington quote passed around all the time like we shouldn't have political parties. I would be terrible and it's like well. There's actually elections all around. You don't involve parts necessarily Yeah i think it's i do think that it's important. I think that as as as community organizers we know how important local elections are we know how important local politics are. Because you know i mean all politics are local. But ultimately we know that the people in local office Have the power to kind of support. The work that's already happening on the ground right and to make sure that conditions are kind of supporting the work that the people are doing in terms of local politics until for me i think about electoral politics and community organizing work as being. Kind of like a symbiotic relationship. Wear their two separate roles I wouldn't even say that one is more important than the other. I think for people in communities it is but i also think that Electoral office has a disproportionate amount of weight. Because of the power. Right like there's a power dynamic there because city councils have that power. And so i do think that it has a disproportionate kind of like. Oh you know electoral
Suspect killed in officer-involved shooting in Seattle's Central District
"Shot a man to death last night after they say he fired on them at the scene of a central district homicide. We get more from Cuomo's Corwin Hick. Gunshots erupted near 23rd in Massachusetts around 9 15 last night. When Seattle officers arrived, a man began firing it. Then officers returned fire and killed the gunman. Moments later, officers found two women in a car both shot multiple times. One of those victims has died. Seattle police Assistant Chief Deanna Nolan says investigators are still piecing together what happened. We believe that the there was some sort of a relationship. Between the suspect and the victims, and we believe that the suspect may have lived in this area. No lead is well aware police use of deadly force is always controversial. Although police have made no mention of race, some social media posts are already characterizing the incident as another black man killed by police being open Transparent investigation or probes ongoing, led by the Seattle Police Force Investigation Unit. Corwin
Officer-involved shooting in Seattle's Central District
"Seattle police officers shot and killed an armed man. It happened last night in the central district, the gunman suspected of shooting two people, one of whom has now died. We get the details from Cuomo's Corwin Hick. It was about 9 15 last night when officers responded to an active shooting in the 2300 block of South Massachusetts Street. Seattle police assistant chief DNA and let says officers actually heard gunshots as they pulled up and quickly found themselves fired upon. They pulled up in front of the North West African American Museum, at which time a suspect came around the corner from the parking lot. And began firing at officers returned fire and hit the suspect that unidentified man died. Officers quickly found two victims at the scene both shot multiple times. One of the victims has since died. No, let's says it's too early for more details. The investigation will be conducted by the Seattle Police Department by the Force Investigation unit. With oversight by the Office of Professional Accountability. One more note. Anti police protesters showed up at the press briefing near the shooting scene, where they yelled profanities at news crews.
"hick" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Hicks. We discovered that right as Uh, the Marine one was taking off Trump held in person. Photo ops during the fundraiser. A doctor at Cedars Sinai Meir Marina del Rey Hospital, says the president's age puts him at risk for complications from the virus as we know up until this point in time. The older one. An individual is the more likely there to experience severe illness. But Dr Sonia Gandhi says it's hard to know how the virus will progress in a particular person. It's important to note that many individuals who are presidents trumps age continue tohave mild illness been fully recover, she says. The next week will be critical in terms of monitoring the president. The Trump's air getting a care package from an unlikely place. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, who has been hyper critical of the way President Trump has handled the Corona virus pandemic, says he's now sent the president and the first lady and New York cares get well packaged. No word on what's in it. The governor says members of his family have had Corona virus and it creates a lot of anxiety. He says He's sure Trump's kids are worried. Cuomo added that while he and the president have had their differences, they're both New Yorkers and is wishing the president and Melania a speedy recovery. Aimee King, KFC Whose health officials in New York are questioning the Kobe 19 safety protocols. Saturday night Live is following this weekend. The show is planning to go live tomorrow night with an audience for the start of its new season. But health rules in New York Band TV shows from having a live audience unless it's made up of staff and crew tickets to see the opener were offered to the general public by a third party's website. Chris Rock is going to host the show with Meghan the stallion as musical guest. We've a crash.
"hick" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Is the telephone number it is another little hick up had to raise a couple miles from one building to another to get back on the air because of a technical failure I think would be the the third descriptions and we are hoping to get to a whole range of of topics today having to do with the black lives matter protest the riots it's mostly peaceful I don't know if you've heard it said is mostly peaceful almost everything is peaceful except for the violent parts which are in every city and sacked thousands of businesses and torch how many places do you think I've been torched hundreds hundreds of places certainly hundreds I think of places I've been to in these peaceful in the peaceful protest and and our and our news media is our news media just grant doesn't let us let's go to well we should start up by going to telephone calls what do you think about about all of that we should probably do that and I don't I was talking to a friend today who said it is that was okay actually this morning who said you know isn't that great he was off for a week and and as a isn't it great that that the virus is now gone and apparently the the rights secured the virus it's it's great you know that the social distancing and all that good stuff and and now what we do wait another couple of weeks I guess I'm not sure let's go to the on that topic let's go to the let's go to the telephone let's go to Ian calling from Spotsylvania Virginia yeah you're on the Chris Plante show current band Hey thanks for taking my call you back so actually right on that same topic I was just wondering this and troubling thought that I had why is that of course that the average American mainly mainly or just anybody out there is suddenly faced with the reality that the isolation shelter employees garbage that we have to do is not out the door in just for the sake of these so called peaceful protests and yet the person I have not taken part in any I wish I did what's that the card but how is it that the actual peaceful protests trying to open the government back up were immediately shut down and John and it's just quite a quorum and I'm once again it's the the what trail of whose viewpoints who's good well and the and the old were it not for double standards liberals would have no standards at all it's just a matter of that was two weeks ago today that George Floyd was killed hi and and and two weeks ago today we're all being told we had to shelter in place like it was a category five hurricane coming or we're all gonna die we're gonna kill everybody else and it's selfish to go out how dare you not wear a mask on the lady in New York in Staten Island being chased out of the grocery store by a screaming crazy zombie mob because she entered the grocery store without a mask on now you get on to the protests as my best girl and I did yesterday not Saturday one of the big ones like yesterday where it was continuing in front of the White House and there are people merit wearing masks on their people not ring master of people gathered in tight groups and they're of people not gathered in tight groups but the news media says and I I read from NPR on Friday saying that white supremacy was apparently cured to the Wuhan or something I'm not sure words white supremacy how do they love this white supremacy labeled most of them are white who use the white supremacy level by the way but there are all kinds of amazing stories out there in that job you know the New York times had a piece over the weekend that the lockdown may have been over kill well it's actually where I think that one's today in The New York Times and it's buried at the bottom of page six third page nine in black and white and says oh well it looks like maybe the shut down of the economy much should have been more targeted should have been more judicious and and had a I'm more deft hand rather than the ham handed approach that they chose and that's the New York times okay by the way yeah that that whole shut down that was a and CNN of course over the weekend when we were talking about it on Friday night we had Jake tapper and Dr Sanjay Gupta coming out and saying oh you know that to everything we've been telling you about about hydroxy chloride Quinn which president trump was is promoting so they opposed it and then the two in the New England journal of medicine and on the land set came out and they said the research that we based our findings on was completely faulty yeah and then you don't have that does and that we don't have that somebody six I chose the other hand I thought we had that so much I went like this with my hands but then nothing happened shows here and and and and they're very excited to announce that data all of the research that the lancet study on hydroxy chloride Quinn all the research they base their reporting on was flawed faulty they've thrown out they don't trust anymore the New England journal of medicine same same they don't believe the day is that using the same data of course and now both up now they've looked at it now it here's the here's the thing it's supposed to be it's like carpentry you know are putting out medical research like this measure twice cut once and what you're supposed to do if you're the New England journal of medicine as you're supposed to take the data and peer review it and make sure that the data holds up and then you publish your story but what they did instead was they said orange man bad day took down the faulty data they put out a couple of phony studies which the whole world followed because for some reason the land set which is just a garbage truck they're they're the ones that came up with this ridiculous study during the Iraq war where they went to one hospital in the hot zone of Baghdad and today said well X. number of people were killed civilians based on this one hospital in Baghdad and then extrapolated that to all hospitals and communities across Iraq and came up with the ridiculously comically large number of people killed of the civilians and innocent people killed I was the land set and they complain as far as I'm concerned they completely lost all credibility then that was years and years ago and they're still putting out crap based on you know it's called garbage in garbage out in computer land if you if your data is faulty then your conclusions are naturally going to be faulty I talked about this at some length from time to time and and the Landsat and and the New England journal of medicine they use this faulty data they were happy to use it and now that it doesn't matter they come back and say all our data was faulty so you can't believe anything that was that and and by the way you shouldn't believe anything they say going forward not yet they have the same as here is it's Jake tapper right and well here's another fun thing I learned over the weekend this is crazy because everybody's talking about slavery they loved it that I would talk about center they're angry with history you know Michelle Obama has any answers your ancestors that were slaves she also has an ancestor there was a slave owner right I neither one is really her fault nor does it really affect your daily life but but that said it turns out that one of Anderson Cooper's ancestors Anderson Cooper at CNN one of at you know the Vanderbilt family they call the Vanderbilt clan kind of like the Kennedy clan the one of Anderson Cooper's ancestors owned one of Michelle Obama's ancestors that's apparently a true story comes from skip gates and those genealogical thing up at Harvard you know the guy that broke into his own house in the beer summit and all that and all that stuff but here is Jake tapper and Dr Sanjay Gupta never mind everything we told your for weeks and weeks and when weeks about hydroxy Clark went on Sunday we have some breaking news right now the medical journal Landsat is retracting the study that published the found a high risk to corona virus patients from hydrochloric when that's that in time Larry drug taken promoted by president trump this report it said that it that it causes health issues why the retraction how big a deal is this why the retraction how big a deal is this well what what would that be a big deal just because they re Landsat and the New England journal of medicine both pulled back their studies saying trump was wrong trump's an idiot and now land set is a bunch of idiots and the New England journal of medicine very highly regarded a bunch of idiots and and isn't it fascinating how dare the the the they're accidents never fall on the other side of the political divide it's they've never accidentally published false data that accrue to the benefit of president trump or president Reagan or President Bush or any Republican anywhere because they're fantastically corrupt their corrupt to the very marrow of their bones man oh man and then doctor Sanjay Gupta came out and he explained that well the date it was bad and don't they check that stuff before they publish it well now we know the answer to that question the answer is no they don't check that stuff before they publish they just publish it because it conforms with their political world view and they're scoring points with the New York times on the rest of the cobalt in the left wing media truly truly amazing amazing stuff these are horrible terrible people and you can't believe them am I right about that I think that I am right about a lot of them have relied on particular datasets that were provided by this outside sort of organization service here they were providing the data authors without looking at the data and they were writing these papers the data then the ritual Davis that came under question so and people said well we want to look at the data that date ourselves we analyze it ourselves in the the providers that they did not provide all the original data well maybe they should have provided all the original data and then that would have been good because you know all the original data is better than some of the original data and especially if it's all wrong you know how that works just extraordinary that's journalism that's medicine and then the New York times the near times with their new study saying that the shut down was done in a rash way and shouldn't have been you know big because it caused too much economic damage and and that's a that's a big problem but they'll measure it out after the fact and let's keep in mind the protests are mostly peaceful mostly peaceful action the Taliban mostly peaceful mostly mostly all tied up in a really they're they're lazy they don't get around a murdering a lot of people very often so most of the time they're peaceful you can see you can see is playing for anyone to say you know it is a crazy wacky world out there as you may have noticed what with the Wuhan and shut downs and then all of this stuff when you head out the door these space coverings are everywhere you look back in Washington DC and elsewhere you might have to wear them just to walk into any store that's open any restaurant to get your take out food even if you're not too worried about it they do make other people feel more comfortable and some people are more vulnerable and to be thoughtful about those people but the kind that you use really matters because not all face coverings are created equal and we all want the very best protection from dangerous particles and bacteria.
"hick" Discussed on The Byrd's Nest
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"hick" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"All by the way a footnote I would yeah that's right there is the letters are you right I thought that little bring hick up there I think of of put on the on the poker game of me was at somebody else's house right but I I was kind of a nice guy stopped at the liquor store on the way there and I brought a six pack okay of corona no this is a full line of the line isn't a turnover but it's so again we're talking about the crown of ours here in Maryland thirty two cases of the thank goodness no deaths so far new cases Howard County has its first case and not immediately prompted the Howard County executive Calvin ball to declare a state of emergency Loyola University student has tested positive the greater Baltimore Medical Centers canceled all elective surgeries at so you should call ahead to your local hospital to the shore if you have elective surgery scheduled in the next thirty days or so call ahead and see it's at the very from hospital to hospital so I don't wanna speak for any of a group of eight bars and restaurants in fells point announced it would close their doors the General Assembly will dismissed Wednesday reconvene in may in special session the governor's order all Maryland casinos racetracks and off track betting to shut down this after on Saturday the casino so they're going to operate at fifty percent capacity so the what changed over the weekend I I don't know but the this is a rational thing to be really honest I mean well I don't think it requires a government even if you think about it people would either pay the the quarter slots well how many people have been at that particular slot machine and how many will be at that particular slot now living white down after every person I did go to the supermarket when your battery information on that your credit card or debit card or whatever and they wipe it down after each customer uses I'm not so that's taken extra precautions but this this story concern me and that this is the Baltimore city police on Friday at B. P. D. confirm that during an arrest a suspect claimed a previously have tested positive for a covert nineteen ten due to that all of the officers eight of them are now involving arrests were quarantined solve quarantine so if you want to take I'm not gonna give him a ideas here but can you imagine if every suspect they now rest in bold reduces city says I'm covert nineteen positive you take the whole force of those stories goes off for a day or two the outside the that's a that's a little concerning to me hi tell us so you can join the conversation for ten W. CBS six eighty one eight hundred W. CV of six eighty email us at the morning drive at W. C. B. M. dot com or text of the show using the W. CBM above own apple N. as in Easton to want to go in good morning talk about West Virginia if those people can survive platform they can survive you're right about that and here until we have our first case that was reported yesterday it was an older person apparently they had been in contact with somebody P. G. that has so yeah I think he's he's the leader right now nine cases in prince George's county according to the latest calculus all the rational part of this let let's say that I just told you right now that I have code nineteen if you heard my voice now you all need to go so far that's that's how ridiculous this is yeah I I think look you you look at what the government only do during in two thousand nine when the swine flu went through there were sixty million people worldwide that were infected we handle it we have the one twenty thousand deaths here in the United States and in Rome we didn't go through this why all of a sudden one of this hype why is everything so overblown they're telling us this is two to three times more contagious but the numbers at this point seems still manageable I was horrible to say when somebody has lost a loved one but you have to look at the big picture why the hype now there are always a melody I don't know I think of one of the reporters who have the best idea on that would be a shot about a ring what was reporting on the situation at the time yeah thank you very much for for that remote you know she was very close reporter yeah I was up close and personal she was on holiday but on what let's go to mark in a research tell marker morning our good morning very much and by the way my hands my aunt is going to be eighty five years older and I called her up yesterday ask report question people in our family that our other advanced stage I got a lot to offer absolutely of course examined except you want to hear something so this is the reason why we get to this other than the debate last night between the Democrats but in Italy there's an official there that is now saying that they may be if you're eighty years or older they may turn you away from healthcare in Italy I heard about that and I think that's totally unacceptable I lived in Italy for a couple years when I was a veteran and I'm appalled but my question is this if the fed lowered interest rates to stimulate spending my question is if everything is closed we're we supposed to spend our money one of them is on dot com yeah or eBay or or any of the other online so our resources but even their impounded you try to find a favor on Amazon not gonna happen now also means but you're right I mean and then the summer suggesting all the ordering of the shuttering of bars or restaurants night clubs at cetera what kind of devastating economic impact is that going to have it's summer suggesting this is almost economic sabotage this is going to offer in a full blown recession and the next quarter will be negative GDP growth now technically the definition of recession is two consecutive quarters of negative GDP and we haven't had any so far but this is gonna is gonna hurt others no doubt and the president of course they're doing all the right moves as far as the economic relief package now the bill that passed over the house is in trouble in the Senate it's not a slam dunk and the the the the people other forty Republicans that did not vote for that bill and the reason why they couldn't read it they have no idea what's in the bill they once again you're crossing over is if you have the passive surgery to find out what's in it swell yeah and guess who the last time off of that one is the same person that's offering this one so I don't have a good feeling about this bill at all at six forty three times for everyone on the freeze now the update is the king of all traffic.
"hick" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"Human plans. It's going to come at the the word of the living. God I'm praying that he comes on this radio in your heart and that suddenly you begin to ring my phone off the hook and sip pastor. I was just healed. I was just restored to Jesus. I can't stop weeping. We need the power of God. Sweep over this vast nation. Will you pray. Will you pray night after night. The healing virtue of Jesus uses flowed out into the thousands who stood in faith in God outstanding healing took place too numerous numerous to recount the full account is accurately recorded in the heavenly realm. The thought thought an ordinary routine of the nation began to change as a new day dawned through press and radio the newsflash to all of Argentina magazines printed articles with photographs of what God was doing daily papers printed notices of meetings and miracles. Can you see the Washington Post having to do that. All all available copies of the Bible were sold fifty five thousand of them. The people clamored for a copy. Nearly snatching them from the usher science. It's urgent requests. went out by airmail for more copies of bibles to be sent. Cynicism gave way to hope proud Argentina's became as emotional as any pentecostal every night. Shouting singing responding responding to the power of God is Pastor Hicks ministered to them the joy of deliverance a mighty rush began a migration similar to the gold rush in the early days of the West but what people found was much better than gold. They found the fountain of life. Healing waters were flowing. The power of God was moving out into the people using buses and subways and trucks and trams and trains and any other available conveyance. It's they came from his far aways Bolivia Chile Brazil Uruguay and the furthest corners of Argentina. They they converge to the place. Where God was meeting? Man's need when chauffeur's were asked. Where's the campaign being held? There was a stock answer. Were you see the people the crowds get off. You get off you. Follow them and they'll take you to the stadium for blocks around the crowds all moved in the same direction making a tremendous.
"hick" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"Down the river to impre studying about that. Good ole show the robe and crown SPA less go down on. Come on. Let's go down down in down down in the river to studying about that good. Oh the starry Crown Orange. Oh God let's go down on on down down down aside to pray studying out that role uncrowned last God download. You want to go you stay away ground a UH city you got to study in. WHO's the show? Welcome to Pilgrim's progress on this Thanksgiving Eve. I WANNA share with you again. An incredible incredible story of God's grace and love for Argentina now if if God would do this for Argentina Agentina he will do it for America. I WANNA share this story to encourage your hearts and I pray you have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family with friends but most.