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Fresh update on "huckabee" discussed on Lew Later
"So it's been a lot of news about is Apple facebook privacy ad ad tracking instagram facebook stuff and regionally it seemed like it was gonna be A name on a nail in a coffin of the likes of facebook and instagram who relied on some level of knowing who you are in order to issue with the ad is going to be effective. They are going to click on etc and then there was a follow up. Where's huckabee was. We'll figure it out. We'll get this sorted out. I don't know how dicing sorted out. But in his recent ios update its notifying you about everything. Any little apps and do anything is notifications out of control. It's telling you. Hey it's do you wanna allow this app to track you and we covered initial how the prom is in. In my opinion it was a little bit more gentle. Then i had imagined it would be like it could have been phrased in such a way where it said. This app is tracking your behavior and sharing your information with other applications. Would you like to stop it. In which case everybody clicks. Yes but it was a little bit. More open ended than that where it said this may prove it actually implied that it may change the ads that you see and i thought okay that little detail apple didn't have to do that and seeing that detail in there. Maybe there's life for the ad tracking business for the likes of instagram. And things like this and of those one and just a quick recap essentially how these operators through analyzing your behavior around the web and then transacting in your information. They're able to predict the things you might want to buy. And then when you're scrolling instagram. obviously it's like. Oh hey willy do. Here's a snowboard. Or here's a toy dog over there by the way it's a no bark show today. I know i talked to otis before it. Yeah i talked to otas before show. We came to an agreement. You sat down. I said today's day.
Liverpool's Mountain to Climb
"The big game in the premier league today. It was liverpool against chelsea liverpool. Losing one nil. They've now lost five straight home league games for the first time in club history. Stevie nickel how has it come to this. Oh my goodness well as being a slippery slope I remember sitting here. What thirteen games ago liverpool. It's operatives league they had west brom coming up at newcastle coming up. They had only coming up. And we're talking about who's gonna stop liverpool routine in this tale. Thirteen games live like the forgotten how to play a front three. It destroying any defense was from can seem t- holiday short and i mean one show on goal today whole tells you the problems liverpool have going forward and of course we can say is unlucky so only so many times defensively but when you've got an this game today to defend with experience of of alexander arnold and forbidden new causing the goal then you can excuse so listen a team that feting games ago was straightened towards the title has gotten to the stage where this is not a surprise. This is actually when the final whistle went today. I wasn't surprised because this team is playing like a team that struggling as getting results like a team struggling and guess wha the struggling and is going to continue. I don't see an end to done given the problems that they have indefens- should club using more pragmatic approach. Not really. i agree with stevie exactly the same when they add west brought new castle after the seven zero win against crystal palace all it would move in weeks for liverpool. Thought stride clare. We can't keep blaming injuries because defensively it's never really been a problem. Little put off the power from man. City it's offensively where you start now live you. Think they all shot-shy the top end of the pitch. There's no confidence whatsoever. Most salga dragged off tonight Shutters huckabee rush back for beano to be rushed. Saudi-omani doesn't the same laugh. You can't reach them. What he does in terms of he's linka play but all of that's just not enough at the moment and liverpool. And i think you heard in new york and companies pressed hartford's afterwards. He looked absolutely shot. Looked deflated yoga club. The players the fans. I think they just want this season because a sudden it's disaster
High-Velocity Market Propels Zillow
"Shares of zillow are up sixteen percent this morning. Sixteen percent on the back of what has been a really good year for zillow stock zillow and red fin which isn't exactly in the same business but it's definitely in the same neighborhood. They have had spectacular spectacular years. And i have to go back. And i hate doing this because i hate giving tom gardner credit. Tom gardner was so early on zillow as being a business. That is that that is well suited to how we're going to be shopping in the future. And they are spot on and you know. They came in with revenues of seven hundred. Eighty nine million dollars. A great geographic dispersion. They've obviously benefited from the in migration. They've obviously benefited from the fact that people are making have really gotten to the point now where they're moving out of cities your they're moving to places more out of desire rather than economic necessity but yeah in always are really really great quarter for them and i think that this is just the beginning for zillow. Certainly the indicated as much in terms of their guidance because their revenue guidance for twenty twenty one was definitely upbeat and that was hot. It was hot and you know the housing market. I mean rich barton was talking about what he referred to as the high velocity market and just one set of numbers around that this past december on average existing home sold in seventeen days and a year prior the average was forty two days da even though huckabee houses in our area getting sold well. And it's you know. I think that this is one more economic data point. That is grist for the mill for people who are banging the drum of the stock market. Being overheated yeah and you know obviously the housing market is not the stock market and vice versa. And yet i can understand particularly for people who are involved in it yeah. I'm sure you know at least a couple of people. We work with a couple of people who are in the process of trying to buy a home and some of the stories. I'm hearing are borderline crazy.
In Situ Community-Based Oak Conservation At The Morton Arboretum
"Suited to do some major impact stuff for a bunch of trees and the main focus of what we were connected over our oaks because the icn just did their assessment or trying to get this out that what is it. Forty one percent of species across the globe are facing extinction or at least of conservation concern. And i just spoke with your colleague dr murphy westwood about a lot of exit. You so taking trees to other places to help conserve them. But you are position in a way that you're doing a lot of the institute the other side of that coin which is also desperately needed. So let's take a closer look at just. What in situ conservation means to you before we look at some of the species. You're working with right. So the global tree conservation program in the morton arboretum. We have a very specific approach to how we try to save threatened tree species. We've i go through prioritizing because unfortunately we cannot save all the sixteen thousand three species on the planet and we wish we could right now but we don't have the money or manpower resources so we need to make some hard choices of what we are going to folks and that is We used a lot the redmi sting which is why you talked about with murphy and the new red list of folks which is one of our target tax on groups was published and my team members did that and so now we have a clear picture of which species need our help the most so then two approaches we can take our well. Try to go and save these species right were they occur and that's go in situ conservation so within their native range but also complement to that. Sometimes we just can't that we were not able to save the species right where they occur. So then we can compliment that with ex situ conservation. Which is what murphy. Also talked a lot about hoochie. You can do see the preservation and you can save species by having specimen symbol. Tammy berea so. My job is to focus on the in situ conservation part so where we do is that we select right now. We have tools as if he projects with two different species off endangered oaks which are coworkers brandy. Gi which is endemic micro endemic old that only occurs in the tip or huckabee -fornia peninsula in the california lack in mexico. Scowls working mogo. Well people those these resorts drink margaritas. And they have no idea that fifty kilometers from there There is these amazing biosphere reserve called sierra laguna forest biosphere reserve. And we've seen that reserve. There is the majority of the distribution of these core brand This is a very dry arid. Ecosystems very scrubby and so these are tree only occurs on by edges obese announced streams. And when you think of a stream or a river you imagine that yes. What but he's he's really funny. I guess share some pictures of you just sad there dry and only when there's hurricanes or weather events then erase a lot there and it feels app and it crashes the mountains a mountain range right there and so all. The rain gets dunked on everything. Floods the roles get destroyed. And then you pass this they rebuild it like with the sand like they have. Ob sands so anyway abc's where these oak grows but the problem is that because it's a very dry ecosystem that is also where the ranchers want to have the ratchets. That's there's water so they put these long hosts. And that's how they watered needle gardens or wetlands. Show there's a conflict between the place where the you know the specific habitat for these species. And where the ranches are and the problem. The ranchers be street because he'd provides shea in
Former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders running for governor
"House press secretary Sarah Sanders is running for governor and Arkansas. She is the daughter of former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee. Sanders announcement comes less than a week after the end of Donald Trump's time in office, and the ex president faces an impeachment trial. I'm a
Sarah Huckabee Sanders announces run for governor of Arkansas
"To half staff, and it's official former White House press secretary Syria Sarah Huckabee. Sanders has announced that she's running for governor of Arkansas as governor. I will defend our freedom. Lead with heart. She made the announcement in a video message this morning Sanders father, Mike Huckabee served his Arkansas's
Sarah Huckabee Sanders announces run for governor of Arkansas
"Former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee. Sanders is running for governor of Arkansas. She's expected to make the announcement later today in a video she's been a possible contender since leaving the White House in 2019. Her father, Mike Huckabee, was Arkansas's governor for nearly a
Red Knots (?!) and Science with Spinach
"Hello and welcome to earth rangers podcast. I'm ruth ranger. Emma and i hope you scurry ready because today we're going to learn all about not free a hearty yes. I am a few different pieces of rope here. And i've been practicing all morning. Oh hands on deck scalawags. Are you ready to learn about knots. Old is gonna get your shipshape. The no time. Shogo nods radna acknowledgments. Big nods overhand. Handmaid's the anchor hitched. The these not. Oh that kind of red. Not oh well you know that makes a lot more sense as an episode topic. Do i know what a red nod is Ya i certainly do. I mean the real question is do our listeners. Know what a red not is. It's a type of bird right right. Hey let's see what else you know about this creature. It's time to false or fall off. Okay earth rangers. Here's one for the experts out there. Sure false red knots born in brazil and they are so into their habitat that they never fly further away than five kilometers from their nests. What do you think Well if you said fulls you're right. The red not in fact born in the arctic this colorful hand piper is a striking bird with terra. Cotta orange gold and black feathers. Retinoid start their lives. Eggs and nests building. Rocky creeks old mother and father. Birds incubate their eggs for about three weeks and after the chicks are able to fly. The family moves to lake shores and meadows to eat a lot bigger a really long trip ahead of them and they need to fill up before they leave the prefer seafood. Mussels clams shrimp ben horseshoe. Crab legs are all favorites. After they're all fueled up right not out on an long journey set up to fifteen thousand kilometer. These spend the winter in south america before heading back to their northern home. Now right not. Aren't the only birds that migrate a really long way. In fact there are lots of birds that can make a terrifically long trip. You i think this calls for a top five countdown top five migrating birds number five. Have you ever wanted to fly. High like really high. If that sounds like your idea of good time you'd love being a bar headed goose. They're the highest flying migratory birds. How can they find over eight kilometers in the air. These birds are native to asia and have even been known to fly over the himalayas number. Four we could hardly have a top five list with that. Our old friend the red nine when the red not goes on. Its epic flight. It needs to stop over to rest. And where do they stop. A one of the places is here to san antonio a protected area in argentina earth rangers is working with the international conservation fund of canada and the argentinian researcher patricia gonzalez to keep this area safe from human interference number. Three have you ever heard of a northern we talk. It's a strange name for a tiny songbird with a really cool ability. These little songbirds are only about sixteen centimeters long and only way about twenty five gramps but despite their diminutive size they can fly for over fourteen thousand kilometers each way between the arctic and africa huckabee long distance traveler number two. Just because they can't fly doesn't mean they don't travel heavily. Penguins travel all around and up to thirteen thousand kilometers. These adorable penguins. Follow the sun north from the ross sea and stick close to the edge of the ice of expanse so the easy access to their favorite fishing foods and finally number one. Okay what if i told you that. There's a bird that makes eighty thousand kilometer trip every single year meet. The arctic tern heard the bird with the world's longest migration all the way from the arctic to the antibiotic and back again an arctic tern. Does this trip every year. For thirty years they will have flown equivalent of three trips to the moon and back
Who Was Quentin Crisp: Author, Raconteur, and Provocateur
"Who who is quentin crisp. Well from childhood hood on. I was homosexual lip gloss that lived in this dream of being a woman. If you'd asked me a when. I was young i wanted to be heaven knows what i would have said but i wouldn't say i want to be an engine driver and i wouldn't have said to taiwan to be an admiral ownership. Usually see the fact he is. When i was young all i really want to be a chronic invalid. Because then i would have been able to live at home forever. I would have been special. I would have been doctor. You wouldn't have to face that which was outside. is that it. This is a huge profit. First of all to To gather together all my mother's attention by huckabee crook even it led to her disliking me and seconded to avoid the outer world because i felt so totally inadequate and this never left me. Because i've i've never been able to anything. I've doing a job of a the stupid i was doing was being model otherwise than that. I just was put into jobs by my father He tried to find jobs. But i couldn't even get them then. Other people found jobs. And i did them as well as i could. But everyone knew the top was hopeless. When you were a small boy and you had this feeling you were afraid of the outside world you wanted to be a chronic invalid. So why is it. A fear of growing up presided at you have to grow up. You had to leave the home. And if i had to grow up i would have comparison. We've be made between me and real people. While i was a child a more or less everything is forgiven. But when you grow up you're not. They can see all the same age as other people with the same education. Why aren't you forging ahead. Why aren't you amassing. Property gives engine your life. You see. I had jobs what you might call the jobs. I have the income that got left with after. You've confessed this. You need to say that. You're denied jobs on the basis of homosexuality. No i'm denied jobs because they can be seen to be homeless eggs so you could go. You could apply for a job and when you'd gone the interviews. Look another and say i. He's queer but what does nyc is that you can be seen to be clear money or new whenever very close. No i've never done more than twelve pounds a week in the whole of my life and never along and over the book. I made a small amount of money but that wouldn't be enough to to change my life. It's just money. I cling onto until. I need it most but i've always always at the losing end. This is absolutely inevitable. Why's it never you always the losing end. If you're on the outside you'll just clinging on and the slightest rocking the boat you fold into the sea. What did you first realize that you were on the outside. I should think when i was about eighteen thousand nine hundred twenty. But i'd never heard the word homosexual us then so i'm imagined i was the only one this now some almost half century. It wasn't forty years ago or so eight was forty years ago. i'm now sixty one Yes about forty years ago and since the subject of never being mentioned to me i didn't know it existed. How did your parents feel well you. My father tried to behave as a whole thing. We'll sort of nonexistent. He wanted to pass. It never did so. I never spoke about it. He tried not speak to me as far as he could. My mother alternately indulged me and threatened me with the outer world I didn't he goes on nowadays. But in a time going by every parent said to its child. You can't go on like that when you go out into the world and they said it to me nobody ever said i suppose when you grow up they'll meet people manage yourself and you'll get on all right with them. These are the world's highway two to forty years ago. There were thought to be certain people who am homosexual and they were a separate race of people. And there's no longer so we now realize that men are not heterosexual sexual and this. We didn't know in the beginning. Or i didn't know anyway and certainly my parents. I don't think my mother ever really understood homosexuality at all but and my father would only know what a male prostitute was
"huckabee" Discussed on KFAB's Morning News with Gary Sadlemyer
"Head of his visit down President former presidential candidate Fox News host ga you doing I'm doing very well be an Omaha this week. Yes. tomorrow night Adam hauck. Christian Academy for the creating. Futures Gala. You'll be the keynote there and. That's a wonderful organization. So it's GonNa. Be Good to have you in town. Let's talk a little politics here because we're looking tonight at the. Vice. Presidential. Debate What do you look for to happen in that one? Well I think it's going to be very important. Vice President pence goes directly asked Tomah Harris and there's plenty to go for he didn't have to be mean or unkind or interrupt, or but one of the questions that I hope he poses to her is to ask her what was it that she was so proud of regarding a shape of Blake in Wisconsin that he she actually went to his hospital room I mean. This is the same Comma Harris that said, we have to believe the women during the Break Cavanaugh hearings well, Jacob Blake was being arrested for sexual assaults against his ex wife. Wanted and she believed that woman and instead she went to hospital of Jacob Life. And said, she was proud of it yet when two police officers in our own home state of California was shot in the face she didn't go to the hospital and never said she was proud of them. If I were Vice. President. Pence I would absolutely insists that she answered that question just what was it? She was so proud of. I think that's important also. why was I'm not sure if she dad but certainly members of her staff were contributing money to the bail fund. for. And many apples. I. Why didn't out against that? That would be another very important question ended she reprimand our fire, the staffers who contributed bail money for people who were burning small businesses down. Right. There's a lot there. What do you think about? Chatting with former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee here. What do you think about? The, lay of the land right now less than a month to go before the boat and the president. Having, contracted the corona virus and several members of his staff. And he's still got to stay. Inside the White House for a while yet, it's uncertain whether he'll be. Able to do person debate in sports terms you would say, I suppose at the moment. the Joe Biden. Has the momentum. Talk about what you see happening between now and November third bobby honest with you I think I've ever before her determines Joe Biden and in the same sentence. Joe Barely Shuffles up to an event that is Campaign of answered by NBC with supposedly. Voters, every one of whom were very decided for Joe Biden before they ever went in there. I think the president's GonNa surprise people just like you did four years ago I told people on Fox News four years ago president trump is gonNA win they laughed at me that challenge me they told me that there was no pathway and I said, let me tell you. You guys have been sitting in your bubbles in Washington and New York you'd never leave I've been all over the country and I'm seeing what I'm seeing and I truly don't think you are appreciating the level of enthusiasm that's out there for this candidate. Nobody's enthusiastic for Joe Biden but there are people unquestionably who are enthusiastic and hating Donald Trump and I don't mean just disliking they hate him they prayed for him not to get well from Cova. That's where this country is, and it's also why it's so important that people go vote and they recognize that there's more at stake than Democrats, and Republicans in the left and the right. Of. This really is an election is what kind of country we're going to be and I'm not talking personality I'm talking about whether we adhere to the principles of Christianity. capitalism, the constitution or whether we abandon those and we go now for mob rule we go for a huge big government that shuts churches down but not casinos and whether or not we move toward socialism and give up the idea of private property rights. It's a very scary time you look for example at. if Biden whims and the Democrats take the Senate I happen to think the Senate is going to go whichever way the the presidential vote goes, but suppose they get both. they they absolutely will fill the FILIBUSTER ANNEX WASHINGTON DC and probably Puerto Rico. and then it's over yet gary the problem that people are maybe not fully appreciating his. The proposals the Democrats are making, which is statehood for DC, and Puerto Rico. The stacking of the court by adding enough members to ensure that they get whatever they want. And trying to Gerrymander and also rig elections by voting without accountability essentially takes the Voice of people across America away and I know there are people who think well, let's get rid of the electoral college will states like Nebraska will no longer even matter in the presidential election neither will Arkansas. Five states will determine who the president is GONNA be and everybody else will be spectators, and at that point, it really won't matter a lot how you vote. So there are some very very. Important issues that are gonNA be decided by. Virtue of who is elected president and who gets the Senate and who gets the house, and if people think they can sit it out I. Hope they'll rethink it. One of the reasons I'm going to be an Omaha is to be there in support of a Christian school and I'm more convinced than ever. But the future of our country depends upon parents sending their kids to a school that will teach them about how America Really came to be who we are what makes us unique special exceptional because I'm just stunned that kids growing up today go to public schools in states across this country where they are taught that America is a terrible evil country that it's awful things and that we ought to not be proud of it we ought to be of it and that's why I'm so grateful for the person schools across America who are changing that narrative. Wish, we had more time to chat. Mike Huckabee. Thank you. He's here tomorrow night from Christian Academy. I I got to admit I'm not hundred sure about ticket availability. I suggest to go to their website at O- mock Christian Academy. I it is an event tomorrow evening and Mike's the keynote speaker..
Former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders talks about new memoir and Woodward book
"Sanders is a former White House press secretary. Newly released book is entitled speaking for myself. Faith Freedom. And the fine of our lives Since of the Trump White House. You can fell around Twitter at Sarah. How could be good? Marty said. Good to talk to you. Good morning. Thank you for having me. Yeah. Sarah, tell me what's the one thing you want is to know based on the book about this president that either of supporters and detractors do not know. Well, I think the biggest takeaway there have been a lot of books written about the president and about the Trump Administration and after 2.5 year, spending nearly every single day of those 2.5 years with the president, I wanted people to see the president that I got to know the Donald Trump that gets up every day fighting for our country and that really loves America and wants to see it succeed and be at its very best. And I tried to write stories and moments that highlight that that show a different side of this president, sometimes a softer side, the compassionate and generous side that I had the privilege of seeing every day. There. We had Jonathan Karl on that that long ago here on the farm. I think they believe he had written a book as well. And he talked glowingly about the president out spine of the relationship inside that White House press room, but Is this common with the president and in some of his detractors I think they're certainly always been tension that exists between the press corps in the White House staff and the president specifically, But it has ratcheted up in this administration, the amount of negative attacks and the tension between the press and the White House is higher than it's ever been. But there are certainly I think plenty of good moment to and there are good reporters out there that are trying hard to get good information to the American people. Unfortunately, they're usually overshadowed by the loud Most people in the room her looking to be more of the story, then to report the story and that became too common in this White House and in this presidency. Speaking with Sarah Huckabee Sanders, former White House pressing, sir, of course in the recent released a brand new book entitled Speaking for myself, Faith, Freedom in the Fight for Our Lives Inside the Trump White House, Sarah the Woodward book. I think one big question that a lot of the present supporters have is this. Why did he give him such Accessibility. I think that after Woodward's first book about the president that was so negative, the president was hopeful that if he injected his own voice into the story, he could change the narrative. Unfortunately, Bob Woodward's been writing books about presidents for a long time, and very few have ever been positive. So I'm not sure that he was going to be able to change anything. He has. Woodward has a formula. He sticks to it, and he sells books and has done very well in doing that. I don't think I would have advised the president to spend that much time with him. But one of the things I find refreshing about this president if he isn't afraid to take questions from reporters, he does that almost every single day whether it's in the Oval Office, the briefing room or the South Lawn of the White House, he is accessible in a way that we have never seen a president be in modern history. There was. This has been a lot of criticism of Bob Woodward if he believed he had information and the president on tape. Of things that the president claim one thing in public and a love thing behind closed doors. And it would impact health and well being of the United States and its citizens. He had an obligation to report that did he not. Absolutely. He would have had a moral obligation to do that. That's why I don't think he felt that anyone was actually in danger as if he was more focused on selling books. Look, Let's not forget the president started talking about the Corona virus in January In his state of the Union address, he took early actions banning travel from China at the same time that Democrats like Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi were attacking the president for taking that action. I think the president has really tried to do everything he could to keep the country calm, not collapse our economy completely while protecting lives and protecting livelihood. Having said that, did he lie? That's that's the sexism by his critics. But I don't think so. I think the president again he didn't want to create panic. I think we saw the similar rhetoric come from both from Joe Biden, he said. We don't want hysteria. We don't want people to panic. I don't think it is abnormal for the president of the United States for the leader of our country to want to keep our country calm and to keep people focused on defeating Disease and keep park economy from completely collapsing. I don't think that that is is wrong for the president to try Todo. The name of the book is speaking for myself. Faith freedom of the fight for our lives Inside the Trump. White House By Sarah Huckabee. Sanders. Sara. Thanks best look to the book to you as well, Thank you so much. I appreciate it.
Is This The Reason You Find It Hard To Meditate?
"One of the most frequent questions I get from people in our communities, why am I finding it hard to meditate? Are they using the wrong techniques? Saturday, utilizing incorrect strategies are they just not suited for meditation or is it something else? This is an important topic that we're going to explore interests episode, which happens to be the third party for. A yogi breath work CD's I've done two episodes before this is to make sure that you listen to do as well. But before we proceed especially, if you're on your iphone, the make sure that you hit the subscribe button because that does something. To the Algorithm makes the episode appear in front of a stranger who otherwise would never have come across our podcast. So take half a second please press the button subscribed. So, going back to our topic for today, which is why do people find it hard demented and it's interesting because I had the same challenge when starting out on my own spiritual awakening journey and this this can be hard because you feel if I don't meditate then it's over for me. What else am I supposed to do how we like on my mind? How will I reduce the stress that I'm experiencing right now huckabee alleviate this anxiety. That's. All only well, firstly, calm down because lucky for you. The aid should Yogis of India spent thousands of years through trial and error to figure this stuff out if probably went through the same challenges as you and me were going through and what is the challenge when it's hard to control your thoughts it's so hard to control your thoughts because your thoughts are subtle, you can't hold onto them. You can't catch them you can't move them. They're always there. And when you thought the of died down, the gentle begins once again sounds familiar. So it's heart and I feel you. So before we talk about the solution that these Yogi musters came up with, let's I understand what is the goal of Yoga? What is it going to yoga the goal of Yoga? Is Do not get fit although that's worth. A lot of people think the real goal of Yoga is to unite east to merge. Merge with what you ask well. With the universe around you the goal of Yoga is to dissolve your ego self and go beyond the sense of separation and realize that you my friend are connected with everything around you. The animals, you objects, the people when you go past this separation, it is as if you have downloaded the truth of the universe and you feel an intense sense of release and joy and bliss, and some people are able to see a magnificent bright shiny star in their Thursday. As if you know, there is a star that has manifested. That has the density of thousand suns now. This as you can imagine, is not just that reduction of stress or alleviation of anxiety which are verticals along your path. This is the realization that you are not this body. You are not this meet bank that you're occupying right now you are a divine being flight. So that's good but somehow the yogis realized that you cannot jump street to that level or at least normal people would find it hard to jump straight do an advanced level, which is why they came up with an eight step blend of self realization we discard a tongue up our sh- means it. Dunga means limp in Sanskrit you see the Yogis will methodical very systematic and one can argue that they were very scientific as well in approach to self realization and self healing and guess what the meditation practice that brought you and me were trying so hard to do is step number seven. Out of eight steps, which card dion. So it's like attempting to go into seventh grade of school without really going through preschool second grade and third grade. You gotta go step by step they've advised. So Deanna means uninterrupted flow of concentration. When Yoda, able to effortlessly quiet in your mind and let go of all your thoughts in this my friend can be hard without a lot of practice but the yogis realized something realized the interconnectedness of our being. Disconnected with our senses, our senses are connected to our breath are breath is connected to our physical body and so on and so forth controlling your subtle thoughts might be hard but what you can attempt to control is how you who your body and that's where they began but even before starting their physical practice realized that Yoga is a very sacred and divine practice. So step number one out of this eight Ford Baath. Yama Yup. Deals with one's ethical standards and sense of
Texas governor says coronavirus spread is 'unacceptable'
"Health officials say Texas Texas hospitals hospitals remained remained at at a a pre pre need to help surge surge stem level level the recent it it comes comes rise to to in covert covert covert nineteen nineteen nineteen cases cases cases but but the the numbers numbers of of or cases cases the top have have of the recently recently hour news risen risen radio at at what what seven governor governor forty Abbott Abbott KTRE describes describes H. as as an an unacceptable unacceptable rate rate things up for I I said said today all all along a hundred thirty if four days the positivity to you rates are the or ultimate the hospitalization jury all right rate secretary increase of state too much Mike Pompeii we a Ben have Carson strategies tonight to Geraldo reduce bungee no the spread of my over god nineteen Huckabee without ari Fleischer having to return and to Larry stay elder at home and policies much more nine closing eastern Hannity fox down news Texas see again it tonight will at nine always hope you say DVR be back the last here option to government Marco urging Texans thank to maintain you for being social with distancing us wash your hands frequently and wear a mask when in
Pregnant women seeking asylum in peril after 'remain in Mexico' policy
"Go for Melissa cooking. A hot meal for her family has become a rare pleasure. She's five months pregnant and cravings are kicking in but goes on Gomorrah also that'll isn't ninety NATO but whatever it's a traditional Honduran meal cooked on a stove made from the mud around though it reminder just how far she is from high that at all but again bobby may Mama's family young no Melissa Sir her husband Armando and their nine year old daughter. who asked us not to use their real names? Say they've had no choice but to spend the last three months living in this squalid camp. Tam a stone's throw from the United States settlement with them. He obvious attend Mouna. Feel the more mature. Amy Palos having three We've been on the ground for more than a year charting the human toll all of a change in immigration system. Tonight we take you inside the asylum debate. With top trump administration official a whistle blower who quit in protest and those fighting for thousands of people stuck at the border in less than one year. A new immigration policy called migrant grip protection protocols has pushed sixty thousand asylum seekers to remain in Mexico leaving them vulnerable often in dangerous areas in this sprawling camp. Fifteen hundred just one of several that have popped up along. The southern border. Melissa was told that living here was endangering during her pregnancy etc and working fix in fix that Obama and Huckabee billion but she she is one of eighteen pregnant women named in a complaint filed by the Aclu against the Department of Homeland Security particularly dangerous for pregnant women Rochelle Garza Arza is a lawyer with the ACLU. Most of these women are living on the streets. They don't have access to adequate food. Water Medical Care Melissa Melissa says back in Honduras her husband are Mondo was doing well as a waiter but when he was beaten and targeted by gangs they knew they had to run Nogi Seattle necessity not available. That's how they will be played ice eleven. I said NATO your lives were threatening to. They fled with just a little cash and three duffle bags and when they arrived on the Texas border they asked for asylum which is their legal right in the past they would have been allowed to stay in the US and wait for a hearing instead. US immigration officials gave them a court date and sent them back to wait in Mexico. So anyone who got
Tel Aviv The First City To Become Totally Accessible To The Blind
"Welcome to the promise. PODCAST brought to you on T. The L. V.. One the voice of the first city on Earth to resolve to become fully accessible to the visually impaired this by pairing with the inclusion a and accessibility hardware and software company. Right here. That's here H. E. A. R. of or pertaining to oral or auditory perception. which genius is at right? Here are using their technology to teach Tel Aviv streets and buildings to make themselves known to blind people and to guide blind folks to where they want to go so as they win their way through the city to do this right here in. The city are posting tiny broadcast modules at regular intervals on the streets on Lampposts Street. Three times and such an inside important structures like supermarkets government buildings hospitals bars and such and using them to create a detailed Mesh network map of whatever one might want to find betwixt and between these places among public outdoor spaces. The city and right here are starting by accessible izing even vural street. Which is the address of City Hall and Robin Square and is a major artery leading to the heart of the city? A conduit for the city's lifeblood a useful vessel for anyone wishing into navigate the town arguably the most sanitary and Lapidary capillary in Tel Aviv. Eager to see how this all works. I downloaded the APP. Got On my bike and went to robbing square and started started to walk in the direction of City Hall. And this is what I heard heading North Direction. Accuracy is high you aren't IBM Viral Street. sixty-nine tell your foe. Oh heading North Bogan. Three o'clock uncoupling me. Six o'clock undoubtedly affiliates Huckabee. Twelve o'clock doc kikoko been seven o'clock Elliott tel-aviv. Eleven o'clock which is to say in my very first minute of walking. I was directed to to a bar. A bank. The memorial Prime Minister Rabin's assassination and then robbing square. Where all the big demonstrations are end to city hall where the City Council meets all of? which if you're me and I'm pretty sure that you are is the very definition of a day well spent and arguably nothing captures the spirit of the city? We love so well Tel Aviv. Jaffa better than pavement meant and beams and concrete high tech being given voice so that everyone but everyone can enjoy these. Splendid bounty of the splendid city
New York Lawmakers Preparing Gig-Worker Bill Eye California’s Challenges
"You've probably met a GIG worker in the last week. They might have brought you lunch or driven you to work or maybe you're a GIG worker yourself. Those kinds of jobs jobs are supposed to be part time short term or at least on your own terms but for a lot of gig workers. That description doesn't fit. The work they do. California was the first State State to enact new legislation to try to change things for Gig workers and now New York might be joining the ranks here to explain more. Is Our reporter kind. Jimmy thanks for joining joining us. Huckabee here so let's back up. The big crux here is what it means to be a GIG worker as opposed to a regular employee. So what do people actually mean when they talk about that so people who do work for apt based platforms everything from Uber and lift to Dora Dash and post host mates they are considered independent contractors of those actual tech companies in other words Uber Sees itself as simply a facilitator. You don't work for Uber. You are making money from driving people around and what that means is that Uber does not have to pay into some of the things that that many statutory employees and the companies that employ them are subject to that includes unemployment insurance in New York. Our system of peed family leave They're not subject to minimum wage. Laws are not subject overtime laws. And there's a push by labor unions to say wait a minute. These are not necessarily people who are. We're doing this on a Friday night to earn some extra money. This is not necessarily someone who's retired and likes to drive a few days a week or a few hours a week to earn some extra cash there are people who are doing this kind of work basically fulltime and if they are they deserve these protections and rights that are extended by statute to other employees. So the crux of this is a legal question. It's been partially taken to court. Part of it is happening in statehouses across the country including California -fornia where Governor Gavin newsom September's signed a bill that broadly reclassifies workers for these based companies as technical employees and in New York. We're just starting to have hearings and formulate legislation that will be considered when our state legislature reconvenes at the capital in Albany in January. So let's go back to that California. You mentioned it goes into effect on January. First what how are they tackling this issue so it creates what's called an ABC test which which requires three things of someone to be a not an employee of the company. I the contractor would have to have control all over the tasks assigned if you think about this for a freelance writing or four freelance graphic design. You say draw me a logo rate me. An article magazine Article about topic the X. Y.. Z. You have some degree of autonomy over what you're doing number two. You have to be outside the normal course of business of the company so if I were a widget factory and I hired someone to do marketing as a contractor. It'll be a pretty easy argument that since they're not making widgets they are an independent contractor tractor and the third leg of the school the Sea of the ABC test is that the the contractor or the worker would have to normally be holding themselves elves out as an independent contractor so there are of course many people who do this there are freelance marketers. There are attorneys for example. There are dentists. If if you WANNA think about it in that way and so this test is designed to capture people who are regularly engaged in specific specified fight work. That's coming through an APP that you might have thought of as employment unions have been saying that the models upon which many of these technology the companies operate is essentially exploiting workers. Again the companies. Say That you have to think of work in a new way you have to understand understand. That workers have unprecedented flexibility as a result of these APPS and again many people who are logging on and utilizing them for income are not necessarily trying to make a living out of it. And don't think of it as a full-time real quote unquote job. I think that brings up a really interesting point so so. Are you saying that Uber in itself wouldn't have to reclassify every uber driver as an employee. You would look at each individual driver and decide. Is this person actually an employee or is this person. A GIG worker. The California law creates a rebuttal presumption that these people would be employees unless the company can prove otherwise so essentially it defaults them as employees unless Some kind of action or circumstances is Demonstrate to the contrary what the problem has been that New York lawmakers tackling. Is that this test. It's not the most elegant thing. The California for new law has exceptions for a number of professions In New York at legislative hearing that occurred on December fifth there were several people who said that their professions should be exempted included. A travel advisor included a online instructor who teaches English as a second language and New York. Lawmakers are trying to come up with perhaps a more attest that will create greater nuance than what we've seen happen in California with the California bill on the other side there are are also people arguing that the California bill is fine. That New York has adopted a similar. ABC Test in the past ten years and applied it to truck. Drivers drivers also applied it to the building trade industries. And if there's no reason to expand necessarily those tests to to all work so California and New York two very big states they're also states that often set the precedent for the rest of the country when it comes to labor laws as their renegotiating. This New York. Can we expect a region figuring in California. And can we expect this to kind of broaden out to the rest of the country. There was UNA tempt by governor. newsom to work out a compromise between some of the tech companies and unions It seems that that has fallen apart over the autumn right now the tech companies are working to try to undo the California law. They've committed millions of dollars to fund a ballot referendum for the twenty twenty elections in California ed some of them have filed lawsuits and others have said that they will not change their practices in response to the law so California is more or less in a state of war over the law. New York work hasn't really gotten to the starting gate yet. The unions started to push for this last year. They've promised that they're going to redouble their efforts in in the coming year but also think tech companies are also working to get their voice at the table the fact that we haven't seen one big omnibus bill from several key lawmakers as an indication to me that New York might try some kind of a third way tech companies are pitching schemes. Where where they could offer portable benefits to workers so even if you're not an employee of a company or a platform you could access things like health insurance Perpetually actually death benefits et cetera through Some sort of third party or third party entity in New York. Where ride hailing was sort of late to the party? It exists with something called the Black Car Fund which was actually developed before right. He'll companies like Lebron left but gives drivers of black cars limousines deliveries the ability to get workers compensation funding even though. They're not necessarily employees of of anybody. They sort of our again. Independent contractors driving people around and facilitated by either an APP that tells them who to pick up and take them or Bob before the rise of smartphones. A radio dispatcher. There's a lot going on there. Reporter Jimmy veal kind. Thank you so much for joining us. Always a pleasure. Thanks so much for having yeah
Dory Got Highlights
"We need to talk about. What's on your head? Oh Okay let's talk about it Dorey highlights and they look so good I did get highlights. Got Ballet is go. I've said that's wrong so many time. Wanted to be biolog- but it's not it's SPA yes. I've called it Baal Bailey age. Yeah Yeah I've learned I've learned. Okay okay so you got so dory for audience. Yes it is Bali. Well Kate I believe it is just When they kind of like pay it's like painting on painting on highlight? Yeah I I think. It's like slightly less chemically but I could be wrong about that I. I don't really know not an expert on volume not an expert on Bali ause when she was like. Let's do Bali out. I was like great. What is it? So here's what happened as As our listeners know I've been dealing with some postpartum hair loss so I've been feeling sort of down about my hair situation so I decided to get it cut and then and I was also looking at some pictures of it and I was like you know it's nice that I have my natural hair color like I feel like my hair is even. I don't have that much of it. It's pretty healthy. It's is not processed etc but sometimes I look at pictures of myself and I'm like I I feel like I look like someone who dyed their hair too dark. I feel like I need to sort of like brighten things up a little bit so when I went in to get my haircut last week I said to my hairstylist. I was like I want to come in and see because at the Salon John. He cuts that. He likes to work with a certain colorist Gotcha and he was like I want I was like i WanNa talk to your colorist. He was like Oh. I'll get her over here. Who's he's very excited so then she came over and she you know we talked about it and then I made an appointment to come in the following week so I went in on Friday? Today's Monday and she did her thing. We talked about it. She did her thing to take a long time. It took two hours okay. Not Too bad uh-huh we just decided it was going to look natural nothing dramatic just you know. Kind of just brighten things up a little. It is so warm. It's so nice it did feel transformative. Truly when you when you sent me a photo I did and I knew you didn't caption it. But I knew exactly what had happened. I could see the difference. I was very excited and now seeing it in person and today it just it looks very subtle but it's really just warming thankyou well and as I was saying to you as we were coming in here I feel good that barely. Anyone said anything about it. Did your husband notice. He noticed because I told him I was going. And he got that sort of like huffy about it and he was like highlights. They don't know what do you need highlights for and I was like Oh gentle. Oh yes yeah exactly and you noticed my my nanny noticed. But I've seen other people and no one said anything so either they think it's disgusting and they don't want to say anything or they didn't didn't notice it which I think is a really early. Good thing I want something that was like I you know what I mean. I do because I did that recently. And it is very noticeable and people comment on it a lot interesting. I've had more people comment on my hair in a positive way but I'm still very self conscious. 'cause I went and you went a little blonder is bowland but I don't know I just I met the kind of the point and maybe you feel this way where it's like hair. We're we both have it so we can play with it. Yeah Right. We're fortunate in that regard and I'm like why don't I just like I missed a fuck around with it. Yeah you know yeah. I'm not trying to be too precious with breath. Things like like my hair Which is why I hacked a bank? I asked my hairdresser to put banging But you still can't really see I can't Huckabee. Yeah you know. It's funny as you were saying that I was thinking I have I have assigned. I've given my hair so much importance because I have not liked it. You know what I mean. Yeah and so does become sort of the locus of a lot of I think anxiety around my appearance. I WanNa take some of that power our back. Wow I like this and so highlighting it is kind of a way of lessening. Its power over me. Oh I just got deep. I love that that is so cool. Just made me think about that. Oh we're always Mike. The way than I thought I would ever think stuff is very is very deep though I Rueda to so many different different things and how you know like we talk a lot. What about the beauty culture and societal standards but also it's rooted to stuff within herself says well that is so true? Wow Aw makes you think really does So also we took Henry to his six month appointment. He got some shots. It's been also say it's been so hot here. The last couple of days have cooled down but it had it had really been quite warm. We are in a climate it. Yeah he had eggs Emma. He had heat rashes drool rash. His skin was just like on fire or it dude and some of the MOMS from my old Miami class we now take a music class together and the text chain there was talk of going to a pumpkin patch after music class. And like I was like I don't know like you know it's it's so hot like the thought of going to a pumpkin patch with all those people and like waiting around can we clarify to pumpkin patches which appear to be a thing here in Los Angeles I don't know if they exist in the rest of the world. I did not go to them as a child so we have this conversation over the weekend because I was like did we grew up up with Pumpkin Powell's I I've seen them other places like my sister or parents were my sister took her kids to Pumpkin patches a pumpkin patch and had some really cute photos photos but they do seem to be shall I say fetish is here in southern California so not a place where pumpkins are growing out of the ground. It's literally just a Pumpkin. Hunkin sales also not fall here. No it's traditional like New England descents of the Western even. Yes no no different life exactly. So there's definitely this like weird fetishes ation of like it's ninety degrees. Let's go pose our children on bales of Hay. Hey surrounded by Pumpkins. Maybe we'll put them in flannel. I mean like it makes no sense fucking instagram cultures. What it is in so tell me we're so right yes totally is? Oh anyway let me tell you. I'm moaning have I done it over and over again. Oh yeah can throw. Are Those kids on those bales of Hay. Who Am I to criticize so you know I was torn because on the one hand I was like they would be pretty cute photos but on the other hand I was like Henry? Skin is is a nightmare right now even though it has gotten a lot better I just I felt like subjecting him to that would be not great and then at the last minute one of the moms was like oh I found this other place in Pasadena. That's like more low key but by that point I had sort of talk myself out of it and then afterwards they posted some pictures on instagram. And I was like what is my fucking problem. Oh this is interesting so you felt you felt bad about your decision. Yes I was like. Am I being over protective of Henry like in my mind I was like well. We'd be driving there during his nap. And maybe he wouldn't fall asleep in the car and then he'd be hot and cranky and and but then you know. The baby's looked fine. They looked happy. Can I say something yes kate. You're not being thing over protective of Henry. You're protecting yourself because this sounds like a drag. You might have a kid who's not napping it's hot babies don't know what Pumpkins are they have. No it's not a lesson for the baby I know I had all of these is games. You did yourself herself service. But then but then there's this other side of me you know I have this recurring thing of like do I not make enough of an effort. Okay you know what I mean like should I just have sucked it up in gone to the Pumpkin Patch. I'm over thinking this. Yes sir. Well but also there's this whole element of it of like you're making these new friends. Yes exactly extending your friend group to these parents. You're trying to connect connect with people saying no to everything then like you know. No one's GONNA invite me to get it. You're going for your own social life as well as your kid I will say is not real
Where the fake Trump media massacre video came from, and other things to know about it
"All right so for those of you that might not be totally into this story or understanding where it's come from this was totally trending on twitter all day a and it just so happens that I spoke at the conference where this is the center of controversy so there was a horrific museum video where you're donald trump massacres fake news media now essentially there's these videos that go around and there's this community of people that love the president so much they'll take popular videos superimpose the face of Donald trump onto somebody kickboxing or somebody with a lightsaber fighting people they disagree with so I guess the most this one was the CNN which with precise which was the body slam when the wwe one because the president shared that one and so this particular video was from the movies kingsman which is about the British Secret Service or something starring Colin Firth actually doesn't fourteen. I've never enjoyed those movies I it's called the dark comedy only for some people only some people very cheesy I never liked that movie right somehow killing people's funny but no there is a whole genre it appeals to a certain the demographics never liked the not Nora Nora I've tried to watch it a couple times is just not really my my genre so anyway this memoir so those that don't seem to have to define what a menas because we do have some people okay so mean is what is the best way to find a mean kind of like when you know it Ben Johnson Adam Benny Johnson chief creative officer turning point USA so look amine is a picture or a video that satirizes or explains an issue in a short sound bite that usually his comedy or uses wit I guess that's a good way to put it that it turns it on its head flips it sure Iran nick insightful. Almost here's the best way I can describe it it's the Internet's equivalent of political cartoons that a good way to put it share okay a modern digital essentially this scene in kingsman which I don't understand how this scene was really funnier incite fuller enjoyable the watch but allegedly there was a scene where somebody walks into a church and kills a bunch of people that was the scene Church massacre and they superimposed Donald Trump's face to be the guy that's killing everyone and then he's killing the fake news media CNN MSNBC as well as Democrats like Barack Obama Nancy Pelosi unless we totally denounces videos unequivocally and totally I don't think it's funny to show violence against other people I think it's it's not my not my taste I don't think it's funny people I find that Kinda dark humor interesting I'm not one of those people however he let's just get through some facts they say this was shown at the president's Miami resort so all of the media covering this is insinuating as if the president approved this or this was at his resort he didn't at all okay so I was at this event it was a unique event it was one with a lot of energy and a lot of people that were really excited to be there and Donald Trump junior Sarah Sanders governor on descent data's thankful to be invited you know so this video is shown in a side room in a breakout room against a wall in a very kind of make shift CAPAC- acidy and Don Jr. Ron to Santa Sarah Sanders myself and Corey Lewandowski knew nothing of it we didn't know about this until the news actually broke and now we're being lumped into this I might have spent forty minutes at this event basically the entire time I was at the event was when I was speaking in and out and Laura Ingraham that night and then I flew to Detroit super early the next morning I didn't hang around it was not but they're acting as if we were behind this entire thing the headlines are all all sort of inferring it's like Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Donald trump junior charlie kirk and this
Rugby World Cup cancels 2 games ahead of expected typhoon
"Too much is at the Rugby World Cup tournament in Japan have been canceled because of the expected arrival of typhoon Huckabee's England's match against France in new Zealand's clash with Italy on Saturday have been cooled off a sports correspondent anti Swiss reports the organizers of the Rugby World Cup said with the biggest typhoon of the year approaching the help to ensure the safety of players and supporters England and France who both already qualified for the knockout stage will be awarded two points each new Zealand's game against Italy in toilets are on Saturday has also being canceled and the it's Elise hopes of qualification the typhoon is expected to clear by Sunday when Scotland that you to face Japan should not gay be counseled Scotland will most certainly be knocked out of the
How Does Smoking Affect Your Skin?
"<hes> <hes> we are going to be talking about smoking and how it affects you skin. I mean it's pretty self explanatory that it's not very good volume volume <hes> but we're going to kind of go into it because you know those. Things are always going to give you wrinkles. It was like a ninety sink to say <hes> but actually actually rings true. When it comes to smoking it will make your mouth a little ball other if anybody would like to see the footage of amy making a math athletic bum hole and do you look our i._t. T._v. behind the scenes yet there it is there it is oh mm-hmm so shall we charge at home is darling before we start ri- dis stuff right now now. I don't smoke was samir cigarette. I don't remember scholley must remain. I know genuine remember last share this year this year. The shia at lot point to all of listeners have never had a cigarette in my congratulations insist on pure half of birthday skin. I'd like you to all believe it's me. I'm now pool. I recognise times will be glastonbury. The only time i've as me he's thinks ago. I'm the only time i ever go near. A cigarette is when i'm hof cope not just pissed about a few lines <hes> somebody's there with my. I'll just have of a little bit sorry ma'am. If you're listening. She will fucking disown me smoke twenty a day. I who's regional. It's close out. She said people smoke twenty cigarettes a day. We'll smoke like four eighty two thousand ninety ridiculous like it's not the nineteen twenties anymore. I really do not see why people would smoke that much to visit yeah. Well obviously on anyway karam. Yes thanks for calling me out bitch one day. I am going to tell you that you broke glass in her bathroom and then instead of just cleaning up you put it under the bath mat. I'm sure she soon after eh so no secret in the household anymore. Snow well just to clarify. I am a nonsmoker and it was one of the it was a case of you makes while you pissed english case for low with us the case of my friends yeah. I'm addicted. I would would find it very hard to get addicted. I believe 'cause is disgusting. I hate the smell of oh yeah. Oh there was a girl i used to work with and she would go on a cigarette cigarette break and i would sit opposite and this i don't know what cigarettes you smoke in but they made a breath smell like sick oh and house. I surely actually that does not taste very nice. Oh i wouldn't dream of putting a cigarette near while sober now just couldn't do it journey. Don't tell me about how it affects your skin. Yeah a will do to lake woman am to be honest this. I don't think this will be very long. Episodes museum of the things that <hes> effects we spoke to my another episodes so he's very much touch upon different vitamins free radicals collagen <hes> and just like how how your skin is affected in terms of how is created so firstly <hes> to just quickly go through some of the <hes> chemicals are in cigarettes that i've researched the most because there's like hundreds of costner jains in the cigarettes yeah caused damage to not just skin like may may we had the we are focusing on the skin here but you've got to remember that he skipped all everybody so. What are you talking about yet about wrinkles. I mean all eva just not not just justify say so <hes> all av body <hes> and then you lips as well a quite different skin cancer because of <hes> smokin the ben bloom hell has that you could cigarette noah you lips when they look huckabee mole. Oh my what you've just reminded me. I've five seed wall. Oh god when i went to thailand a woman smoked cigarette our the foof doty does what i saw but he was yeah she'll say through some though some balloons up in the corner above me and she threw a doll and it popped the balloons and i was like hope and then she popped a ping pong ball at me and i wondered why the ping pong balls on the tables when you you went and it seems that you can yes she leads bulls in there and like when unabashed like you know like a ninja turtle mine and then just like fired them papa and a wounded why there was a ping pong bats on the tables foot long but we went in there and then i realized allies very quickly. The thai actually needed the ping pong power to protect myself from fini bowls bowls now to <hes> dissect show and this poor guy got pulled upon stage. I think he was like with a group of girls on guys so don't if one of the gospels award you expect your sexual yeah and <hes> <hes> she poor sharpie over fudge. Oh yes quoit on 'em and signed a name stor. Yeah lizzy even a hips that no god that was the guilt as well forgot she also lit some candles on the top of a birthday cake and then handed the birthday ak cow and re happy birthday to whoever the person was on a piece of paper and then held up. Honestly it was disgusting. I will never forget that place but anyway back to cigarettes and smoking and yes so i looked into of scenic teen on the way that that affects your skin is because because the nicotine which is very interesting because i want you to remember that nicotine isn't just from cigarettes. Nicotine is addictive in cigarettes. So if you vaping you might think you're all high and mighty right now with you the whole they pen bull vape nation can the nicotine patch the is still innovate. They've obviously so you would need vape and nicotine free vape to dodge maganga skin somebody in the family like quit the thought unia something all from the federal union are going to do now when won't work in one of the eight-wicket topping one of those op shops every single we all those <unk> about shop on how can i get so confused and <hes> well looking innovative up shop so if your evaporator then this also affects you even if you think doesn't nicotine shrinks the blood vessels outta mostly as skin which is the essentially what that means is that oxygen can't reach this skin cells the kind of food third this out from the inside story so if you don't get an austin t- skin then he skin cells won't be able to form properly they just went very healthy <hes> and you you just gonna end up one damage in the lesson collagen production and to you just going to be looking pretty pale. There's no blood so we've spoken before about readiness in skin and it's essentially that you blood vessels a damaged so or you blood is trying to cool you down so if the blood runs to the set of skin is to try and call oh you down and which is why when you exercise you get red yeah yeah so <hes> i is also if you get embarrassed if if he flushed quite easily is because your body's i we're gonna boiling. I'm getting really embarrassed and then you'd blood russia's tease the surf ski down danila yes so you you probably noticed a little bit sallow looking. Maybe many yellowish jaundice don't if jaundice is actually a thing when it comes to smoking but it would be that kind of just looking kim a bit poorly seem just might not look very healthy <hes> but some of the other chemicals that are in cigarettes cross it damage the last in so <hes>. That's like i say if you if you <hes> produce lesson in college and then you're going to be quite saggy and not very plump plump campi he said remember the still nicotine innovate pen so if you've chosen to vote because you think is healthy because of the tar yes that's true boy is nicotine the dommage as you blood vessels so you just have to remember that if you started vapor in to try in <hes> cut down smokin one remember vape pen doesn't tell you when you get the end of typical cigarette and who just try to like every time you buy some more liquid for ever than just by a lower nicotine dose people got the mixing patches hutches auto on those punches quite a while yeah. Just we will impose the point is the point yeah well. I guess it specified long view true true fix on yeah 'cause we're thinking from the point of view like e skin how then like bodies general health and put nicotine does affect the immune system as well so that can cause inflammation it can damage skin saga of said <hes> on this can actually all really <hes> make any psoriasis worse or can cause rice's so <hes> inflammation and a lack of skin cell growth and obviously a poor immune system kind of is not very good for your leads to nasty skin conditions like that. You actually can't get rid of what you want. No yeah <hes> <hes> i also have to say carbon monoxide ms in cigarettes and not fully block oxygen from anybody so who is not very good for you anyway. Everybody knows a carbon monoxide is poisonous and book is biproduct of smoking cigarettes and overseas awesome very good for your skin n._c._a._a. Before the streaming gets to you you blocking it then ever does get to you isn't reaching your skin and you know right. You know. We spoke about vitamin c. yet so you body <hes> doesn't actually produce vitamin c. He was sparked by the synapse owed. <hes> you have to have 'victimising die every day to have any body so orange juice. Broccoli was quite high wasn't area. <hes> leads different foods. You want to know more about that. David episode after this one of course an and in terms of vitamin c. It's really powerful until extent and if you smoke than it depletes until exton level so any victim ac- that you'll get any diet it can be really bad in terms of <hes> if you're eating leads broccoli and there's a beneficial vitamin c. Then you just kind of deplete in it if you don't have a sewer. I don't know how many cigarettes you'd have to smoke for these effects by the way <hes> not just popped into my head book. This is obviously smoking every time. I think you know what's really sad. Fact names go go smoking. <hes> depletes <hes> higher onic acid so not only going to be a bit gray bit dull looking. 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"huckabee" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Andrew beck. And should we just come off the top rope with a little bit more Mike Huckabee? Yeah. Fine. I mean, yeah. I can't get enough of this. I mean, this this next one just let me just set this up for you. It was story about I think like a guy who tried to steal a bicycle and was like really stupid about it. I don't know. It was probably from like, you know, one of those like news of the stupid dumb criminals websites where I think guy was just basically a very inept bicycle thief. And then this is him just given him the fucking smoke. Okay. So just put on your protective belts. I wonder if they can charge him for impersonating a criminal. R maybe attempted theft without using a brain. Not sure, but he's probably not going to be a big wheel in prison. Please clap. All right. Jeb Bush in their police clap. Oh my God. What do we want to break? This joke down. Yes. Yeah. Talking about this morning. So we're trying to figure out what that big wheel in prison. Joke means is it that we'll sounds like deal, and he's going to be a big deal in prison. And we'll because he's. Or is being anti will like a thing that people used to say, I just assumed like Huckabee is just like, well, that's not a normal bicycle, you know, one enormous wheel in one tiny wheel and you just ride on it with tiny Christ. I'll write tell he reds bicycle. Yeah. Yeah. I think he's what he's doing is actually very genius. It works on two levels. He's saying is you're not going to be a big deal in prison. Right. And then he's also specifically calling out the big wheel. Oh, a big week big wheel member of left. Right. And that makes sense that he would say he's not going to be a big wheel in prison. Yeah. That's called a fucked up. Joke is terrible stupid jokes really been no. It's like many of his tweets when he's trying to be funny. Like hurts. My head kind of. I do think I have to assume that he's writing all material that like there's no way that he has a right Right engine. engine if but like, he no he has doesn't have that. Do the righteous tweets. Oh, does he him in that guy? There's but there's a dude that was like on. I mean, maybe he's just a Twitter right wing bullshitter. But I think he says like, you know, contribute jokes too like at. There is a dude who I follow who is always claiming that he he's Mike huckabee's writer and his like brilliant once again. Perfect fit. But I'm pretty sure that that is joking. But I mean, it's a little bit like mad, libs. Like, he kind of has the delivery of a type of standup. My wait. Hold on your in the nineteen sixties. He has a this in twenty seventeen someone was bragging about having this Joe being okay? Okay. Let's chip Hinkle men. I think that might be I think that might be the fake. Yeah. I think he might be joking. Chip Henkel men. That sounds like the the because it sounds so on brand for a person who would right Mike huckabee's jokes. Yeah. We're just the perfect nexus like could be real. Also like that's because he does he does. Dennis Miller too. But that's what I I like the idea though, Mike Huckabee being so protective with his art where he's like, I'm sorry. I can only trust me to write these jokes. Right like, and he's like people trying like give them. No. Like, I said, I got it. That he writes is like can it be a big wheel? I'm surprised today. Something about being chains, right? It's I mean that humor is like the dumb stupid news dumb. Criminal humor is like inherently very problem. Got the goal this Heddle in robbery. I mean, that's also. That is approximately guy same level. I'm trying to come up with the crushing it. I should have a segment where it's just like a like huckabee's writing room punch. Punch it. Yeah. Yeah. Huckabee's punch up is that a whole new podcast. Oh my God. Can oh listen to the monologue. You're down every right? Every week pitch punching up yet because it is a weekly show. So that can become a new regular feature. I think it needs to be made..
"huckabee" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Restaurant that wouldn't serve sarah huckabee sanders and there's more to that story it's kind of nuts i mean it was was mike huckabee who was on another radio show i think it was on with with with laura ingram and he said that things got weirder after his daughter sarah huckabee sanders left the restaurant once sarah and her family left and of course era was asked to please vacate sarah and her husband just went home they sort of had enough for the rest of her family across the street to a different restaurant the owner of the red hen nobody's told us then followed them across the street called people and organized a protest yelling and screaming at them from outside the other restaurant and creating this same one of the members of sarah's inlaws who were there by the way most of her in laws not her motherinlaw father in law but most of them are very liberal and one of them walked out and said look i don't like trump i'm not a supporter i'm far considered liberal but you guys are embarrassing me and you're not helping to 'cause it was ironic that you know and he said sarah's not even here you're yelling and screaming at somebody who's not here is what the left has been reduced to it's it's really tragic and it is dangerous and that's what i think people need to recognize now we'll get into that whole danger part of it a little bit later but i didn't know that they they kept yelling the followers another restaurant what is what in the world is that all about so it wasn't just about your standards saying right because that's the restaurant said we have a standard and while the we got together with the servers and we all decided we weren't gonna take care of of of the huckabee family the huckabee sanders family okay weird i think you have the right to do and then you have to deal with the consequences which they have that said you follow them to another restaurant you filed them to another place you you you called friendster see video that any video of that would be terrific that's crazy that is absolutely positively surreal and it really goes to know it wasn't about your standards about you deciding what everybody else's standard is will and we'll get into how that works and how all of that comes together but no the restaurants should not be forced to serve her of course not of course the are should not be forced to to serve her in the same way that no one should be able to be forced to make the cake whether it's the public accommodation or something special otherwise right like for example masterpiece they were willing to sell a gay couple of cake they just didn't want to design a cake for a gay wedding everyone seems to to to get that that part of it i don't think you should have to be compelled either way for anybody for any reason i i actually believe in freedom let people exposed who they are let them show their biases and their hatreds and then we'll know and then we spend their money there and i think that's a much better way to be personally one man's thought you can disagree with me on twitter at it's the ninetythree wibc mash up.
"huckabee" Discussed on KGO 810
"That harrison hera sarah huckabee harrison could be huckabee sanders detroit history last night sarah huckabee sanders is taking questions about this did she should any light on the administration sort of response you know she she referred or was asked about you know the the email aspect of it you know page in struck and and basically said you know if it shows our concerns and you know obviously related to that to the concerns about the the deep state that the president has talked about and sort of indicated that we might hear a little more when the fbi director holds a news conference later today now you know someone has just pointed out to me sent me a an email separate that i just happened to open up while we were talking that struck was not the sole decision maker in any of these things so perhaps the you know the political views didn't carry as much weight and you know there's some some belief that you know they in some instances actually wanted more investigative more investigative measures who did oh struck and page you know within the fbi now one of the things that you know everybody's jumped on is why did you know why was why would the emails or the the emails that were discovered you know and why did we only find out about it at the end of october in the air and maybe that's just the way they prioritize them but it's just hard to say.
"huckabee" Discussed on WCPT 820
"The sound of desperation they feel like they're minority now and they're getting that sense and they see the election days listen two hundred days away and they're losing special elections and there's a sense of desperation forget which slightly concerns me because i'm not sure if it will just stay with angry emails might go to the next step up some small percentage might do more and i'm really worried about that but they can feel it to the blue wave is building freaking out about it and how dare you make fun of sarah huckabee sanders just unreal yeah yeah piece about him boycotting the correspondents dinner in the first place hurts himself you know the most because just that's why that joke was so dead on that you know he's the one you can't go grab because he he's not man enough already sent to women in his place if we were saying it felt like a setup so they this whole thing why does correspondence association saying apologizing was ridiculous to me and other saying oh you know they should apologize for putting sarah huckabee sanders in a difficult position nope trump did because he's a coward and can't take jokes seth meyers until eleven destroyed him and just like sarah he did not smile at all he just sat there staring at the sort of just staring at out into space same thing and she looked angry and i was in the room because they gave his stick sirius xm and i'll make sure i'll go and she was getting pretty good line it's frankly but when it got to sarah huckabee centers the on the big screens they expanded the shot to include her and everyone in the room solid comfortable she was either like as a human being you're like oh she's uncomfortable and it changed from listening to the jokes at sarah you doing great and that was when it got weird and you're absolutely right she's sitting there with that grieved look on her face right mean and look at the way she treats borders right yeah i i pull a clip that from and they actually showed on trevor no issue and i remembered it and they played it last night and reminded me were sarah huckabee sanders was mocking reporters who saying downtown joked about something that was to me she get a sense of humor try it sometimes so.
"huckabee" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Sanders is it cousin huckabee is it anti huckabee sanders like what's uncool tom but for white women who disappoint other white women coulter okay so that that as far as i could tell was all she said about sarah huckabee sanders wasn't that big a deal all right now okay here's another one carol kaye we ho in chat rooms said i love michelle wolf set it was totally uncomfortable at times but well worth it i completely misheard the smoky is joke and didn't get it until the next day when it is explained on tv sh she thought she said fat she burns fat and uses the ashes to make her smokey is i thought it was fax f a x again i think it was just a bad joke and there weren't that many bad jokes most of them were pretty good she was actually giving sarah compliment i love that she standing up for everything she said and dislike the white house correspondence president saying she sorry we did the wrong thing yeah no i and and michelle wolf who said she wouldn't change a word i might rework that smoky is joke because there's a joke to be made there just it didn't work if anything was that's not offensive though it's just a joke that fell flat but again i thought she went off on sarah sanders like for for minutes at a time because of all the the the the the pushback i saw and that was it there were three jokes at sarah sanders expense and they weren't even really at her expense again the smoky is joke just didn't work.
"huckabee" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"The handmaid's tale if you haven't seen it you would love every time steps up to the podium i get excited because i'm not really sure what we're gonna get a press briefing a bunch of lies or divided into softball teams shirts and skins and this time don't be social costs and i never really sure what to call sarah huckabee sanders you know sarah sanders is it sarah huckabee sanders is a cousin huckabee is it anti huckabee sanders what's uncle tom but for white women who discipline other white women coulter i actually really like sarah i think she's very resourceful like she burns fat and then she uses that asks to create a perfect smokey like maybe she's born with it maybe it's live probably right so that was that sarah huckabee sanders she didn't laugh she just kind of stood there stone faced and i don't know i think if i were if it were me i would have just got up there and walked out i i would have made a statement but at the at the same time you don't wanna look like you can't take a joke but it really weren't jokes was kind of just mean i dunno love to hear your reaction to bill cosby the apu scandal and a whole and anything else you wanted to really comment on the simpsons bill cosby sarah huckabee sanders eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine that's eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine.
"huckabee" Discussed on The Young Turks
"But you've seen them all over the place cartoon character urinating on liberals suck on its snowflake and goes on and on here's john rocker selling t shirts declaring that liberal suck and they are female genitalia so conservatives would never do at hominem attacks they when we go low they go hi they do it all the time right how many times have conservative commentators sorta politicians mocked liberals insulted liberals derided liberals over and over and over again and anytime this somebody who has a schedule someone and all of a sudden they're crying crying crying i guess they need to save space that's what it looks like so well let's go to governor mike huckabee of course the father of sarah huckabee centers and see what he's going to say about it he says pathetic bully sexist hater bigot see talking about trump and christopher oh jim carey he's talking about jim carey and tax press secretary for faith what would be hypocritical hollywood reaction if you call someone is socalled muslim or socalled you hashtag classless carry no but wait a minute he was an italian her based on picking on christians he was saying that she's not living up to her profess christian beliefs so if somebody were to attack someone for not living up to muslim beliefs that would be a different scenario than attacking no for being muslim but with conservatives you have to speak slowly and explain it to them do you see the difference governor huckabee look in this case he's defending his daughter so i get it but it is whole larry's to call someone a bully in capital letters because they drew a sketch when you support donald trump the bullying chief and to call someone a bigot and a hater and a sexist when you support donald trump come on this is a joke i don't know why the mainstream.
"huckabee" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"I'm confident every that we can get the sixty votes in the senate for a dhaka and bill they say and now there is a real pathway to get a bill on the floor and through the senate okay it is a good solution and i will vote for it is a good solution but see this with the same pathway that was on the floor last friday nothing's changed nothing has changed we have sarah sanders huckabee who sarah sarah huckabee sanders i got gotta switched up she was a huckabee but this she got mary so she kept huckabee author of fathers famous huckabee name and then put the sentence on in of a cut ten ace foreign capital hill in protest there because that is the place that has held up this discussion democrats or the one that shut this discussion down we're seeing a government shutdown by being unwilling to fund the government see another words this is scope is this this were getting pumped looks like the daca people they should run in the you know talk to the democrats because the democrats were the ones who held this whole thing up and nothing changed over the weekend nothing changed sarah huckabee sanders cut eleven the president was putting pressure and standing firm on exactly what he was willing to do and what he wasn't and it very clearly worked 'cause we're back where we basically started back to where they basically started i think what happened in every.
"huckabee" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Two i'm tom ash brooke this song point talking about presidential communication this hour presidential truth and press secretary sarah huckabee sanders major garrett is with us chief white house correspondent for cbs news who's right in the thick of this every day caffeine parker's here's syndicated columnist for the washington post her recent column headline trump built a wall her name is sarah this kind of uh respect therefore just how formidable she can be at that microphone but also some big questions about the impact of that formidable wall as caffeine parker has it between americans and sometimes the facts you can join us this hour what is the truth ratio you're seeing coming out of the white house and the highest office in the land these days and what do you think of the job that sarah huckabee sanders is doing are you impressed dismayed by hurts stone wall of rejection of challenges to questions about this white house this president who's just a little compilation of exchanges with reporters sarah sanders right at the center for france its guys guys ranks these tweet i mean he came neck twice yesterday run starting your regret calling on eu third when reality i am i'm only telling you what senate republicans who in the position feud with his an answer answered your question and yesterday he probably saw safely come out from here that that was more fake news from from the washington post and i know you love to report that that we were misled and we want to creates jonathan i let you finish and read off every single one of those statements so uh unless you want to trade places i think it's my turn now okay sarah huckabee sanders going at it with white house correspondent major we heard you right in the middle of that i mean.
"huckabee" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Get only wait hurt for forever and ever that we were going to build a wall between the us and mexico in the wall that we've wound up with his name sarah huckabee sanders and she is you know she's just of she's just their she's lark i have to watch my descriptors here because i don't want to say anything physically insulting but she is you know she provides a a barrier essentially between the american public and the white house at rather than trying to inform reporter so that they can enter and re uh inform the american people uh she either doesn't respond to questions or she says a ridiculous things such as well whether that's a real video or not threatened israel which is complete nonsense and uh you know she hits a dishonest response so um i can't say uh that she's doing the job that she supposed to do she's just presenting herself as a wall that blocks information rather than helps disseminated richer garrett will have to go physical in any way to absorb that this is a very formidable person out the microphone yuban lot of administrations now a you were were there for the sean spicer once you're rise huckabee sanders as a white house press secretary force will she does the job that sean spicer was asked to do with much more gusto and much more selfconfidence and much more self possession and there's a reason for that uh i think kathy would agree in watching the evolution of the white house televised press briefing many a press secretary have found it to be more show than substance have tried to figure out a way to maximize whatever the president says and does and minimise the bothers some an irritant or irritating questions had come from the white house press corps and what this white house has done is sort of taken a cultural attitude toward the white house press briefing which is it's for our audience and it's for our message and anyone who disagrees with it or doesn't like it can leave or can be insulted or can be enraged and we don't care it is not a place where information is gathered now not every white house briefing covered in previous administrations was altogether that rich an atmosphere.
"huckabee" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"We we've got up and out of your work here yeah it sounds like it but we've gone up and i could we had probably eight or nine people in the company then and i said where does had take this last month and all of us good iowan and fundraisers for all the candidates in the two thousand gasol was at eight eight two thousand eight you'd know that cycle well yes into doesn't it would have fundraiser in for almost all the presidential candidates and tried to raise thirty or forty thousand for all of them just to get their attention they look at us we can run campaigns and mike huckabee was for the most not nothing against the other oh again it's but he was really an amazing guyana performer man and he was in our donors love demon we love damon any other a having an evangelical base in iowa is not a small thing in those caucasus yup particularly in a spread outfield and so chip saltzman was there and sarah huckabee was aaron a a lot of other huckabee david and his pregnant style gic for those days right now all right at the toughest job in wash when it was easier so you added i went up in the first hand the campaign i course my wife i was pretty cool we just recently married oh my gosh to appear on this presidents ray segment yeah it's dropped me off the front door we're in a frank where a walk at us with some panara know some panara donuts for everybody in the morning and dropped me off i don't want you to see what i want to go and so i went up and they hate they gave awards.
"huckabee" Discussed on The New Washington
"He can do in match up with white you're hoping the direction of the country and i felt like president trump was it will yet and i think he's been successful in addis for six months so after the election than than the surprise victory of donald trump the sarah huckabee sanders becomes deputy press secretary it afternoon as i mentioned yesterday when we when we spoke sean is on reserve duty with the navy salah you guys are stuck with me for one more day in a way she was the good cop back to sean spicer's bad co built with how do you know all the have you seem to be such an expert in this this has been look sean how oil and so then of course she becomes a national name all of a sudden nod in the back rooms of the western any more when spicer resigned en and not on the time line that i think she ever expected he you guys are we in the front though right what i say jon stashower is going to be the press secretary right okay so congratulations and so i think she wanted to work in this white house i think she saw a role for herself on the press team i don't think she was expecting to be thrust into the spotlight like that what was that she was a bittersweet miletic relations bush on worked really well within so that part was that the call physicality there's a level of excitement to be able to set bed i love the president i love getting to work for him every day i love this suddenly dr over the last six less and i think we're going to do a lot of other great days it's hard not to be exciting to be part of that she had become somewhat close with sean i think being in the trenches day after day.
"huckabee" Discussed on The New Washington
"And there know when page couple paragraphs word something i do discounted and he puts me in the right place before i go and had some that do for our roofing we centers yeah and it gives me a minute to intended step away from the breathing to several way from everything else after a quiet minute the clear my head before i go out so make of this question came up throughout the presidential campaign uh when it came to donald trump which is you know how do evangelical as many of whom supported trump square near faith in in this case had a sarah huckabee sanders square her faith with someone like trump was married three times who who would who's admitted to being unfaithful a marriage is in his own faith is quite unclear when i spoke with her i asked this directly you father forecaster causes d of president trump's behavior he hawes did it what you hawes ally you know canada thanks a lot of these questions at the time certainly didn't approve of a couple of the comments that this entire who are looking for a commander in chief a pastor either passer and my first that wasn't what i was looking for i think is that often times people want to nate politicians perfect um and that's one of the actual duties appreciated these other say that no one is and that that is what makes us all very similar in that sense and so you're never going to find anybody that is perfect all the time by i think you have to look for somebody that needs.
"huckabee" Discussed on The New Washington
"The bulk of her experience was actually working for her dad she ran his iowa operation in two thousand eight when he won the caucuses and then she was a campaign manager in 2016 when he ran again is republican candidate for president of the is and what kind of campaign did he won against trump that allowed his daughter to leap from his campaign to trump's campaign so if you go back and listen to his comments huckabee was actually quite friendly to donald trump all donald trump here's a good man i'm wearing a trump todd and i get over that one and this is a funny thing because mike huckabee is a former pastor and his family identifies as evangelical but he used to talk about trump as plain spoken that he had the right values and that he appreciated that trump was someone who could talk to the people at a level that they understood what may tell your donald trump would be a better president every day of the week end twice on sunday rather than hilary so when huckabee dropped out having failed to get much of any support in the primary is because of illness obviously the voters are sick of me and i need to acknowledge that he was one of the first prominent politicians to endorsed donald trump to go publicly behind his campaign so how do you on so removed dad's campaign as it goes oh well early february but atherton no uh president trump in the view of his family members and some of his staff.
"huckabee" Discussed on The New Washington
"Why is that part of it and you hear this from a lot of members of this administration is that the president is his own best spokesperson and he often prefers for his word to be the last the other part is just how difficult it would be for spokesperson to go out there and explain these positions in an environment that's really a tinderbox so your role is a communication staffer can be crippled so do you think that this was a physician no i always say i moral political side again an so s thin background in do a lot of prasat a component particularly when you're managing here pays let's talk about even sarah could be sanders and her background i don't think most of us had heard of her before she moved shall i really hadn't heard of her at all what do we know about sanders well until now the most recognizable thing about her was her name she's the only daughter of mike huckabee a mike huckabee fraternal after years of as governor of arkansas i'm from the small town of hope who ran for president as a republican twice he won the iowa caucuses she grew up in a political family in the arkansas governor's mansion were bill and hillary clinton live just a few years earlier her family had a i wanna say yorkey who's actually buried on the grounds of the governor's mansion right by the clintons old dog how children politicians in in my working there are some who want to you as far away awesome but it seemed like you certainly do right in his curious about how this fast you know us some kids linda summer adding arkansas festival circuit am to every county every count fair local dyer and celebrated all things that arkansas has other there for most of us i guess i loved every minute of it never stopped for me it seemed like what everybody does that i guess looking back it was probably the most normal thing in the world.
"huckabee" Discussed on The New Washington
"Now it's had days ago i actually is left by the previous has tied the last month and in assists all hartselle given up on the planet were now this lady michael grynbaum who did you talk to sarah huckabee sanders is the new white house press secretary and where did you to have this conversation we met in her office in the west wing they are actually packing up further renovation they're all getting kicked across the street for a few weeks so her office was pretty bear and i sat across from her desk turned on my iphone recorder and we talked for about forty five minutes desperately kick us out of our space so unlike the last holdout here why won't ever cardboard boxes around sure copies of the new york post the new york post new york post president trump's first are you being into a million to the the other room when you guys he back yet two weeks and what is your office like it's small so she is going to move into the big press secretary's office were sean spicer used to work but he hadn't yet boop doubted the building you can expect to see lots of pictures kids are so tell me about sarah huckabee sanders job what what does she do we have for new every day she walks into the white house briefing room somebody's polite out there stands behind a podium but cameras switch on for the and she fields with that will keep it short today and i'll take your questions now dozen two dozen questions.