35 Burst results for "Hundreds Of Years"

How Fossil Fuels Can Help Address Climate Change With Alex Epstein

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:36 min | 6 d ago

How Fossil Fuels Can Help Address Climate Change With Alex Epstein

"I mean, one of the varying genius points you make, which I really like is, you know, there are people who defend fossil fuels and they do it by minimizing or just poo pooing the notion of climate change. What you say in the book is look, I'm not denying climate change, but I am making the point that fossil fuels can help us to deal with climate change. In other words, you know, it's not necessarily the idea of like, let's try to blot out the sun, not prevent the sun's rays from getting to the earth. There's actually a more sensible way to deal with climate change. how fossil fuels paradoxically can help address climate change. It's even I'm glad you brought that up. It's even stronger than that because if we start with reality, which is how you began this whole interview, the reality is that human beings are far safer from climate than we've ever been. And this seems insane if you look at the news, but it seems obvious if you look in practice. Like would you rather live in the winter a hundred years ago or now? Would you rather live in the summer, a hundred years ago or now? Would you rather live through a storm a hundred years ago or now? And what you get is that wait, there's our climate conditions. That's one thing. And then there's our ability to master those conditions. And what matters the most is our ability to master it. And we can quantify this. We have climate related disaster death statistics that tell us how many people are dying of extreme heat, extreme cold storms, floods, wildfires, et cetera. And those deaths, this is shocking to people and it was shocking to me when I learned it. But those deaths are down 98% in the last hundred years,

Trish Doesn't Buy That This Economy Is Out of the Woods

The Trish Regan Show

01:34 min | Last week

Trish Doesn't Buy That This Economy Is Out of the Woods

"Back to overall economic stuff. Look, I don't buy into what some in the marketplace are thinking is going to happen, that we're out of the Woods. And you see that the markets, the Dow anyway, the S&P, the NASDAQ are sort of reflecting this optimism, I would like to believe it, hey, I mean, I'd like to think that we are on a good path and the trajectory is only better. Again, being the optimist that I am, but I'm also just a realist. And given the massive amounts of money that were printed, it's impossible to think that we really are out of these Woods. Last year, I told you about how high inflation was and we're still at the 40 year high. I told you it was coming, by the way, long before it ever happened. In fact, I'm on the record. Look, guys, I mean, I told you in summer of 2020 that if we continued printing, while simultaneously having our government hand out so many checks and pass somebody stimulus packages, then we would ultimately be in a really precarious spot. I mean, look, a hundred years ago, Germany was dealing with the Weimar Republic. While obviously things are really different than they were then, namely, the fact that we are the world's reserve currency and believe me, that's a big, big deal, something hopefully. We hang on to because it's afforded a lot of flexibility for us, but think about the reality of just this time last year that the number of dollars in circulation, 80% had been printed since 2020.

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Razorfist: Trump Is Not an Ideologue, He's a Pragmatist

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:55 min | Last week

Razorfist: Trump Is Not an Ideologue, He's a Pragmatist

"What is the politics today? We've got Bannon's famous explication that we're actually talking about dueling populism. We're talking about the Bernie Bros left wing populism and we're talking about the America first populism that is actually about the nation state might be an oversimplification, but if we talk about our side, the good side rays of fist, who are we, you mentioned the word paleo cons, are we paleo cons? Are we liberals in the classic sense of a hundred years ago? Or are we something completely new and dare we use this label of populism? Because the left has done a bloody good job to turn that into a pejorative, to say that being popular with the voters is a bad thing. So have you got a new tax on me for us or is that a waste of time? Is that talking about how many angels dance on the head of a pin? Well, I mean, I'll tell you exactly what we are. An existential threat to democracy. Obviously. No, I do think that really what it is fundamentally is a populist movement with kind of a backdrop couched somewhat in paleo conservatism. I think there's a paleo conservative bent to it. But Trump is, again, you would know this better than anyone. Trump is not an ideologue. He's not. He's a pragmatist at the end of the day. He wants what is best for the nation fundamentally. This is what he's driven by. And he's not a guy who's going to bark his principles to the moon and be utterly unbending on them. And so his movement necessarily is more about the principle behind it and responding to the condition of the nation than it actually is. It's not, which is distinct incidentally from it being a reactionary movement, because it's not, again, as I pointed out, it existed long before Trump.

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"hundreds years" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:34 min | Last week

"hundreds years" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Suggested a hundred years ago. It seems hard to imagine now, but that's why the price of these assets are down 90% in the last year. I want to get back to the genesis Gemini story, which I think is fascinating. Really, the genesis GBTC story. Does Barry silbert find money for this whole? If you look at the last time genesis raised capital, it was exactly a year ago at the peak of the market, nice job. It was at an equity value of $10 billion. SoftBank led that round, Google's venture arm also participated. So SoftBank doesn't have the money, right? Their owed 5 billion by masayoshi San, I don't see Google leading that round. So the existing investors, it seems like are not going to put new money into this. Regulated institutions like banks still have regulatory uncertainty around it. So they're likely has to be a new entity that puts money into it or possibly a haircut. And then GBTC, I mean, they're trading at what 45% below net asset value. How does that work out? Bitcoin ETF could be approved under a different regulatory regime. That seems unlikely unless the HR department of this administration makes some changes. Otherwise, grayscale could. Break the law and redeem anyway. They've been, I believe, have done that in the past, and we're sentry by the SEC, the possibility, but raising capital and or haircuts seem most likely option. All right, we're getting into the weeds a little bit. We need to get this guy back in here. Yes. He knows what he's talking about. Matt Siegel he's head of digital asset research. I don't know what the hell that is, but he's at van deck, which is I just learned is a very cool Paul just says that. He does know what it is. Asset management firm in super duper smart. And he was a former producer here at Bloomberg television, which is, of course, minor stop along the number one on his resume. We appreciate him coming in here. We'll have more coming up this is Bloomberg. Swiss report offers. But

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Crime Then Vs. Crime Now

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:54 sec | Last week

Crime Then Vs. Crime Now

"I would love to know the number of murders, the percentage obviously do it by percentage, not by numbers. What was the percentage of Americans murdered? In the 1930s versus today, a hundred years ago, so about 1920s, I don't know. I would be very curious to know. I do know this, my parents, who were kids in the 1930s, or young people, so let's see what my mother would have been. My father would have been 12 to 1930. So he would have been 22 in 1940. I'm fine. My mother was one year younger. So she says, and she grew both grew up in New York City. At 2 a.m. she would walk unconcerned from the subway to her parents home. Back

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What's There to Celebrate About Nancy Pelosi?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:11 min | 2 weeks ago

What's There to Celebrate About Nancy Pelosi?

"Isn't it really, really nauseating to see all of the tributes pouring in to the fired ex Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi? My gosh. My gosh. I mean, I understand being around for a hundred years. Having some longevity can give you longevity, it doesn't mean you're effective or good or accomplished or noble, maybe they ought to build a statute in Nancy Pelosi on the mall. In Washington, D.C. and they can show her ripping up Trump's speech. In one of the most shameless tacky grotesque acts of a political figure in the history of America, or maybe they can show her clapping like a seal and mocking him. You know, nothing would make me happier than to see Trump's return to the Oval Office. And know that she's sitting in her rocking chair, bane at the moon.

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Kevin McCullough Brings Good News From Last Night's Results

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:43 min | 3 weeks ago

Kevin McCullough Brings Good News From Last Night's Results

"Continue talking to our friend Kevin McCullough. You may know him as his real name, votes for dumbest. I say it. It's a chilling thing to pronounce that word votes through. He knows all tells all, okay, votes true. Tell us more about what happened last night. Again, I have officially dubbed this, Eric is not allowed to be depressed day. Even though the media is telling you that Joe Biden won last night and that Trump is finished and that everything else is going downhill, that is the opposite of what happened. And you ended last hour talking about Lee zeldin. Let me just talk to you about the quote unquote failed candidacy of Lee zeldin. First of all, Kathy hochul will take this governorship reigns with the smallest percentage win of any governor in New York's history in the last hundred years. Nobody has come this close to losing their seat and still want it. Having said that, what does that mean? Well, she obviously has been sent a message that New Yorkers are tired of the crime. They've got a lot of issues about the economy, et cetera, et cetera. But in zeldin's fervor to get to that place, he worked 19 months, he held huge rallies on Long Island and upstate. There was obviously chicanery that took place in Manhattan that you were talking about cheating that's obvious. It's obvious that there's some sort of like printing press at the bottom of Gracie mansion in the city or something. I don't know. But in all of this excitement, he pulled probably four more congressional delegates into the GOP delegation for new Yorkers than they have had in many, many years.

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How Democrats Ruin Cities?

The Officer Tatum Show

01:22 min | 3 weeks ago

How Democrats Ruin Cities?

"All right, ladies and gentlemen, we got to keep talking about this election. I hope you show up to vote. Don't be that person that thinks that only you are only one vote and your vote don't count. You better show your butt up and vote. Especially if you believe in freedom and you believe in the men and women who died so you can have the right to vote. Especially people of color, I say, especially people of color because a lot of people always cry about black people not having opportunities, their words systemic things that were against black people a hundred years ago. However, now you have an opportunity to vote when people before you didn't have that opportunity. They were suppressed. They fought to have an equal right to vote. So you better get off your narrow behind and go to that polling vote. And if you don't know how to vote 'cause you haven't done a research, just vote Republican and then next election you can do your research. Because Democrats are literally trying to ruin our country. There was a clip that I saw. This guy was actually on Tucker Carlson. And he was the president of El Salvador. Right, right? Yeah. President of El Salvador, I think, and he had made mention that these Democrats, what they're doing to the cities, they're not that dumb. They're literally strategically ruining cities.

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Why Can't We Count Ballots on Election Day?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | 3 weeks ago

Why Can't We Count Ballots on Election Day?

"Nathan from Tennessee, Charlie, I'm really worried that it's going to take a while for us to count all the ballots, what are your thoughts on that? Doesn't it open the window for cheating? Yes, it does play cut 97. In Pennsylvania, counties are only able to start processing at 7 a.m. on election day. 98 to 99% of the votes will be counted by Friday of election week. That means in some cases we won't know the winner of the election. For a few days until after a few days after the election, it takes time to count all legitimate ballots. It doesn't mean there's anything nefarious that's happening with the election system. Is somebody has got to answer the question or ask the question, why is it in 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014 and 2016, and largely 2018, we were able to get election results instantaneously. Why is it that ten years ago we all remember our 6 years ago when Donald Trump was elected president of the United States, why is it that we were able to have election results right there? Or a hundred years ago? And now all of a sudden they have to take more time. Why can nobody answer that question? You got to outvote the fraud. It's that simple. We have to rise up in record numbers every single person hearing my voice. You need to vote and get 5 others to do the same. You do that, the republic is going to be safe. The math is very simple. We have a massive audience, praise God, millions of listeners, cumulative throughout the week. Your podcasting radio all that, if every one of you multiply your impact by four or 5, it's at the republic is saved. The Democrat parties on the ropes and we are on the verge of annihilation event at the Democrat party. However, if we stay at home and we sit on our hands, they have a chance to sneak away and it won't be that good will be a little red ripple, which is a little red ripple. So it's a big concern. I share that concern and but the only way to do that is show up in person and shock the world.

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The Pursuit of Conservitism

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:43 min | Last month

The Pursuit of Conservitism

"One of the most, I think one of the most brilliant points that I've heard I read it actually so I should say that I've read in the past year, I think I've mentioned this before. It's from John O'sullivan, who is a British speech writer for Margaret Thatcher. He had this excellent point, it's true of public schools. It's true of higher Ed schools. It's even true of something of the LA times, which a hundred years ago was one of the most conservative right-wing papers in the country and now it is just saying to say his left wing is an egregious understatement. But John who's Sullivan had this brilliant brilliant theory that any individual group or society institution, really anything that is not actively practicing conservatism, like every single day, vigorously pursuing a conservative way of a life. Will naturally drift to the left, because that's just, in most societies, the natural drift of things is leftward. Certainly in this society because our media and our schools and everything. All the influences around us are left. Wouldn't you love I wonder if you ever fantasize this. That you got an hour to speak to all of the students at Harvard. Well, that's how we started the conversation about the bullhorn. I just wanted to trust me. I would love that. I would get booed off the stage. You know, you know what? You might want to write. You should write if I could go back to school. Well, that was my senior speech. That's true. My senior speech that I gave was, which is on YouTube for those who haven't seen it. Yes, he did.

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Save up During the Plenty

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:31 min | Last month

Save up During the Plenty

"I spoke to a real estate dealer just this past Sunday. Who advertises on my show. And he was saying how a business is drying up. I hope I'm sure he did. He's a wise man and he's a good investor. I'm sure he put money away during the fat years. You remember pharaoh's dream? I take that back. How many people remember anything from what they didn't study? Can't remember what you never knew. And whereas I had I spoken about pharaoh's dreams, a hundred years ago, Americans who never went to high school would have known what I'm talking about. Today, who's pharaoh? Let alone water his dreams. But pharaoh in genesis, the Egyptian ruler, the demigod, had dreams, which were deciphered by Joseph, the Hebrew in prison, who was then released and became ultimately the second most powerful figure in Egypt. And the deciphering of the dream was Egypt will have 7 years of plenty. And then 7 years of famine. So you better save up during the plenty.

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Michael Lawler: Most Voters Don't Know Sean Maloney

Mark Levin

01:11 min | Last month

Michael Lawler: Most Voters Don't Know Sean Maloney

"If he's spending all this time trying to elect other Democrats how is he spending enough time in his district You know it doesn't just happen on election day They have to spend years working on that Well that's been his problem He's been gallivanting across the globe He went to Paris Geneva and London only a few weeks ago to raise money for Nancy Pelosi in the DCC And he has really not spent too much time in this district And on top of that with redistricting having taken effect 75% of this district is new to him So most voters don't know him And I'm coming out of rockland county which is 42% of the district and born and raised there I've lived there my whole life my family has been there over a hundred years Nobody knows him over here And so this is not your normal situation where incumbent has a big advantage And I think as he finally woke up to the fact that he has a real race just two weeks ago he has now been siphoning off millions of dollars from other democratic congressional electeds and candidates across the country to try and save himself but it's frankly too little too late

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Republican Women, Dreaming in Color

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:47 min | Last month

Republican Women, Dreaming in Color

"Kevin, one of the things that you have done that is so impressive is the number of women and people of color that you have recruited and women of color that you have recruited to run around the country. And I took a lot of your house candidates to the border in August. It was really hot. Next time I'm going to choose a different month to go to the border. But I have been so impressed with women like Jennifer Ruth green in Indiana one. Myra Flores Cassie Garcia. Tell me, how did you get so many amazing women in this cycle to run for office? You know, I give them all the credit that they're really, they watched a country change before their eyes and they said they would do nothing. I try to encourage am I trying to help them engage even in primaries to help them. Just yesterday I was with a couple of those stars that I think one was really Jin kings in Virginia. She's great. A navy helicopter veteran, her husband flies at F three F-18. She's a nurse practitioner. She's a state senator. She is so impressive. And Leslie Vega last night, I was with as well. Here she would be the first el salvadorian elected to Congress. But you look at my floor as you talked about. The first Mexican born woman ever elected to Congress in a seat that's 84% Hispanic that Republicans haven't had in a hundred years. She's got a stronger message than you look at Monica de la Cruz, taffy right there. We could actually have not beforehand we had never elected a Republican Latina from Texas, but elect three this trio is just amazing and so strong. But you brought up Jennifer Ruth green. I was just with her last week. An air force academy graduate just impressive Democrats didn't even think the seat was competitive. She is in the game in Indiana and just really the future of what you're looking at.

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China's Xi Jinping Envisions a Third and Indefinite Term

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | Last month

China's Xi Jinping Envisions a Third and Indefinite Term

"Something suspicious is happening in China, there is something it's the National Congress, is that right, or it is, it's kind of the big CCP meeting walk us through what's happening here. Okay, so this is the coronation of Xi Jinping as chairman for life of the CCP. With the national parties conference is, it's a 5 year held every 5 years summit for the CCP. So there's only the 20th one, right? So that means if we can all do math out there, that means it's been a hundred years since they've been doing these. So the 20th party Congress, Xi Jinping has really got his leadership, his elites, his allies, the people that are on his side in every single key position now of the Politburo, the Politburo standing committee, the palaver expanded committee. He is across the military across every single member of the secretariat. It's all of his loyalists, the generals they're all in place for shape. And what he's done is essentially become the new chairman for life of China. So coronation. Now, I called this out in newsweek, I predicted this all the way back in January, January 31st of 2022. And Charlie, you might remember that if you go look at the China hand and the China experts and this whole area, they'll say, well, you know, Xi Jinping is not as strong as everybody thinks he is. We think there's different factions within China that are able to take him down. We think that if the Olympics don't go well, they might, you know, he might fall flat on his face. But Charlie, that wasn't what happened at all as a matter of fact. And in my piece, I predicted that the factions within the CCP are nowhere near. I mean, they've got Jiang Zemin, the guy's like a 100,000 years old, and they say that he's going to be the face of the opposition. The old toad, they call him. This is the guy, by the way, who was behind the crackdown to Tiananmen Square. That's one of the reasons he got the job. And so when you look at what's going forward with this, my gripe with a lot of it is that a lot of the experts and see this on the right and the left, they keep telling you that the CCP is about to collapse. The CCP is about to collapse, but that's actually not what's happening.

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Gabe Eltaeb: The Importance of Hero Storytelling

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:03 min | Last month

Gabe Eltaeb: The Importance of Hero Storytelling

"Was that like for you, Gabe? I mean, you know, getting that job and being able to illustrate and tell the stories of those heroes that you grew up with. It was amazing. It's like imagine we all wanted to be a ballplayer where a little, but two dreams for me were defensive ends for the Denver Broncos or comic book artists. I got one of them. I'm a big guy. I'm 6 foot four, played a lot of football coach for a lot of it. But imagine you go on your favorite team, Todd, and not only do you get to your favorite team, your favorite player is the one that picks you. That's what happened for me. Generally personally hired me. My favorite artist from when I was 12 to work in his studio and joined DC Comics. So that's what it felt like. It felt like a humbling blessing. It was so amazing. Comic books are an original American art form. There have been invented about a hundred years ago in this country. And so I took a lot of pride in that. I take a, this is our cultural heritage. And stories about heroes are so important. And identity politics are ruining everything. Someone told me a great CF Lewis quote that we don't tell children fairytale to tell them the dragons are real. Children no dragons are real. We tell children fairytales to tell them dragons can be slain. And when you see Superman in Batman and Luke Skywalker in Indiana Jones and all the classic heroes of yesteryear overcoming their own fear, standing up to evil, even though they could be killed in prison, ruined whatever, they still stand up and win and that tells all of us, we can stand up. So that's what I did. They started getting a little woke 2013 14, a little more a little more and I kept my head down. I'm like, well, it's not the comics I'm working on. Kind of weird, and it was a quarter of our books, half the books. And now they've gone nitro crazy. It's all the books are just identity politics. I am Mexican and Libyan. My father escaped Gaddafi's socialist regime. They murdered my dad's Friends and my grandfather, he got hit by a car by accident because my dad was speaking out against Gaddafi. I do not come from cowards. But we stand up to these people that want to silence and cancel. And we canceled a chance lose. And we always follow the law, but

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"hundreds years" Discussed on TuneInPOC

TuneInPOC

05:18 min | Last month

"hundreds years" Discussed on TuneInPOC

"What can I lose you hundred years waiting for dogs you can just have one chance. 'cause who am I? I want to come up with my show and trust. Be careful when you let yourself listen. Hold on come on come on come on baby come on come on. This is the station. You're a family 5 .7. What's the matter.

"hundreds years" Discussed on TuneInPOC

TuneInPOC

05:36 min | 2 months ago

"hundreds years" Discussed on TuneInPOC

"Girl gonna be a good boy give me your body but you are a hundred years old in your eyes gotta find it but you're not a hundred years old moving it up is it.

Brendan O'Neill: 'The Left Lost Faith in Ordinary People'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | 2 months ago

Brendan O'Neill: 'The Left Lost Faith in Ordinary People'

"Put any thought to how that happened? How did the left that were burning brows and building barricades for freedom and whatever in the 60s, how they became the censorious, there will be no progress. We're going to control information. Is it because the revolutionaries left the campuses and became the ministers became the establishment became the editors. What was the key to that 180° reversal Brendan in your opinion? I think fundamentally the left lost faith in ordinary people. And I think there were two great periods in which that happened. The first was in the 1960s when the left became much more culturally inclined. So it gave up on questions of class and questions about the economy and questions about production, which is what the left had been concerned with for a hundred years before that. And in the 60s it became much more about cultural issues. The evils of advertising and consumer society and the brain dead masses going to work every day like a bunch of idiots. So the left shifted towards a cultural critique of mass society. And as a consequence, they lost faith in the masses who they saw as being a bit brainwashed in a bit stupid. And then again in the 1980s, I think there was another development in the left's break with ordinary people because of course the right was being successful across much of the western world, particularly in the UK with Thatcher and in the U.S. with Reagan. And that's really the time that the left loses faith in democracy and starts looking for other ways to affect change, whether through the judicial wing or through the European Union in Britain's case, they looked for ways outside of democracy to circumvent democracy in order to make things happen that they would like to see happen. So in the 60s and the 80s, there was a massive shift of the left away from ordinary people and towards state structures and they started to distrust us and in the process they gave up on the idea of freedom, I think. I

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"hundreds years" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:34 min | 2 months ago

"hundreds years" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

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The War on the Trivial

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:01 min | 2 months ago

The War on the Trivial

"So I was thinking about the change of the name. Do you realize what it do you realize what it represents in represents how little racism there is in America? That people go after trivia. It is trivial in terms of the well-being of the Native American. The American Indian, it is beyond trivial. It is less than trivial, it is unworthy of attention. Except in a positive sense, that Cleveland's baseball team had been named for over a hundred years, I believe it is. The Cleveland Indians, it is very, very sad that it was dropped. Now they're working on the Atlanta Braves. Now, who could find braves? Offensive.

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Hurricanes and Climate Change? It's Mother Nature, Stupid

The Officer Tatum Show

01:14 min | 2 months ago

Hurricanes and Climate Change? It's Mother Nature, Stupid

"I was on the interview with a young lady earlier today and she had asked me, she said, you know, what do you think about climate change? And I said, well, look, I have a few theologies about it because there's no consensus amongst amongst climatologists. I think I'm saying that, right? Climatologists, there's no consensus. Some believe that there's absolutely nothing that we're doing that can affect climate change or global warming or whatever the term they want to use now to trick you. And then there's some that believe that it is so. They both have credentialed credentialed degrees. I don't understand how somebody can just say, I'm going to pick one side over the other. And then I use this thing that's very rare today. It is a rare commodity, and it's called common sense. I use common sense to then decipher what do I believe? Because the two sides are opposing, I listen to both sides and obviously decide that there seems more reasonable to me is that there's no way in a word that we're having a tremendous effect. It's going to change the weather of the globe. When you got to think we only been driving cars and producing the emissions that we've been doing for the last hundred years,

A Live Report From St. Petersburg, FL

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:37 min | 2 months ago

A Live Report From St. Petersburg, FL

"Here's Richard in saint Pete. Hey, Richard, are you leaving? Are you staying? No, I'm staying. I live about a mile north of downtown St. Petersburg and write down from downtown saint Pete to about four miles north. There is what I call a Florida mountain. I'm 55 feet above sea level. So if a lot of this is my house, we have problems. I'm just curious what zone are you in? We don't have to evacuate. What zone are you in? Is a big deal there's no zone. Well, yeah, there is a year everybody's in his own. I mean, Florida breaks out. Well, they know vaccination zone. We don't have too high but sea level. I see interesting. I got you. Okay, well, that's fascinating. Well, my app is a big is a big circle, just north of downtown. Elevated that's when my House is a hundred years old. I got it. So it survived for a while. Well, good deal. The house was a built there. I got you. I'm a former coast guard officer. And I work in the marine industry. The port closed yesterday afternoon. So supplies like we have gasoline tankers come in almost every day. There's got to be no gasoline coming in for a while. Well, you know what's fascinating too, and you know this area as well, because I live there as well, Richard, those huge that's that big coast guard cutter right there in the Marina. And I read somewhere last night that they take those ships and those boats and they take them, do they put them out to sea in the middle of the storm? Yeah, safer to see the ship than ride safe for a seat. If you're a port, you're at the mercy of storm surges. Wouldn't that be something?

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"hundreds years" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:07 min | 5 months ago

"hundreds years" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I don't know why. It makes me feel like you make me feel like. Can you imagine a radio station a hundred years old WABC is a hundred years old. So as our Richmond of Philly, a hundred years old, you know when the radio system started. The federal government wanted to have as much of the country covered as possible. So you have a relative handful of a.m. stations. That are considered these these historic these first of stations. And they're all over the country. Or they're in a strategic place in various parts of the country. In these stations are the oldest stations in the country, some of them are a hundred years old. Some of them not quite a hundred, but pretty old. But WABC is one of them, a Richmond, excuse me, our filling in Rochester, New York, is another one. It's a great affiliate. In Dallas, that's another one. There's a station in Albany that's won, but you can go around the country, Detroit. Our affiliate there and some of the others. And this is because a hundred years ago, 80 years ago, they wanted to make sure, particularly in cases of potential emergency, that the word can get out. Now we have God knows how many radio stations and even more radio programs, the competition is enormous. Its enormous so when a station succeeds, or when its lineup are hosts succeed, it's a big deal. I mean, in New York alone, I have over 50 stations

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"hundreds years" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:49 min | 6 months ago

"hundreds years" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"It took us a hundred years to get here and may take us a hundred years to get out of it But if we don't start today it's not going to happen And you're an old military guy or a young military guy You know what I mean That's why we chose insurgency It's the form of warfare of the strong of the week against the strong and ultimately we're going to have to re gather regroup find our build our network build our infrastructure and then eventually and continue to indict what they're doing and build our moving organically based on a response of the people It might be a 100 year project But as you know it's well worth it and Mark I'd be remiss if I didn't say what I said to a rich in the break We stand on your shoulders You are on the Mount Rushmore of patriots and conservatives that have sounded the clarion call We're just attempting to continue to work you're doing as well And we're going to keep the fight You're way too gracious I appreciate that You're very very kind And you're really good man Good friend And folks this is the book battle for the American mind uprooting a sentry message education If we don't get into this if we don't make sure our kids are properly educated if we don't fight this force countries gone Because it all starts and ends with education right Pete It sure does They knew it the progressives knew it and they knew it wasn't just the universities It's the formative minds of 8 9 ten 11 year olds That's why they don't stop in college in high school The sooner they can imprint a worldview on the affections and souls of young people The more malleable those mines are in the future It's tougher to convert college kids easier to convert 8 year olds into many activists who are tougher to reverse in the future And they've not only pushed God out of the classroom in faith out of the classroom Look what they've brought into the classroom to replace it It's just absolutely an abomination Pete I want to thank you and your co author battle for the American mind uprooting a sentry miseducation I know you poured your heart and soul into this and it really comes out in the pages And God bless you my friend Mark thank you so much What a pleasure to be with you You take care of yourself He is a fantastic human being He is a great American patriot Not just by name but he went into the military His a combat veteran And he came out in his fighting now and you know he's very entertaining to watch him on Fox and so forth Just really a nice man There's nothing he's unaffected by his popularity and so forth And he treats people like human beings Like we all should and I try as well But this is really a stellar book battle for the American mind uprooting a.

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"hundreds years" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:17 min | 7 months ago

"hundreds years" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Pizza This week we learned about a century old Argentinian pizza topping that is making a comeback and that topping is more pizza Apparently a hundred years ago Italian immigrants to Argentina had a genius idea for a pizza covered in another slice of pizza The second slice these days is made from chickpea flour and the final product looks like sort of a pizza sandwich And if your kid doesn't like the topping just tell her to pick off the pizza from her pizza If you want to try this at home just go to Domino's order two pizzas and let them know which one should be the big spoon Well that's not pizza though from Domino's Donut bread with sauce and cheese on it Hey don't cut for Domino's They text me more than anybody Like Lacey you up They are Like you want some peas What do you want Lacey 14 inch 16 inch Meat lovers It's time to move on Here's your next limerick I can't head to work when my friends play So I too will let everyone's trend sway I aim for the hump That's when no one gets pumped We go to the office on Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday is apparently the new Monday moa and more businesses are adopting these hybrid schedules letting employees choose when they want to come to the office and according to The Wall Street Journal everyone is choosing Wednesday So somewhere at Garfield international headquarters workers with sharpies are frantically scribbling changes on all the mugs Office landlords and businesses are encouraging the trend They're offering events like wellness Wednesdays wine Wednesdays and woof Wednesdays where you can bring your dogs None of those themed days are quite as popular as wouldn't you rather be at home Wednesdays We prefer why Wednesdays Why Wednesday wine wine Wednesdays I hate being here All right here very good Here is your last limber I'm reluctantly letting this news slip But retirements one long and enthused trip I will cast off from shore paying mortgage no more To save money I live on a Bruce ship Cruise ship Yes a Seattle couple Good I did that instead of paying the costs to own their own home It's actually cheaper to live out their retirement on cruise ships Angelin Burke worked as an accountant she quenched numbers she realized that hopping from cruise to cruise ship with her husband made quote more financial sense than paying a mortgage though it should be noted that the couple had struggled with their $2000 a month shrimp cocktail habit I can't think of a greater torture Well they're very happy They love cruises to begin with and they have figured it out They're able to live year round on cruise ships for about $43 a day What offers tips to make it all affordable This is what you do You avoid the drink packages You stay out of the casino and you book inside cabin So if you love travel but don't like entertainment alcohol or seeing anything but blank walls If the cruise ship lifestyle is perfect for you I've almost gotten stuck at a port when a cruise ship was leaving and they were like doing the final honks and we're sprinting and I'm just thinking like what if you got stuck in a port and you're.

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"hundreds years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:58 min | 8 months ago

"hundreds years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of his instruments to the front A hundred year old bandura that had belonged to one of the kuznets He says he hands the instrument to new recruits so that they feel the battle against Russia Now company chanco has more instruments with him at the front And he works in the same military unit as religious chaplains His fight like the music of Kublai's past is one for life over death and truth over evil NPR news Kyiv How do you feel about yourself Just a little bit Do you want someone to love the more you miss for this Breathe Hold it Hold on hold on You're listening to all things considered from NPR news WNYC is supported by hackensack meridian John thurer cancer center New Jersey's top rank cancer center according to U.S. news and World Report offering expertise in treating multiple myeloma more info by phone at a three three cancer MD What if more than 150 years ago Congress had really stuck to its principles creating a multiracial democracy I'm not talking about utopia on earth but just imagine the new deal was black people voting in the south where you didn't have these white supremacists who controlled the levers of Congress You would have had a very very we'd have national healthcare now I'll tell you that much That's the United States of anxiety tonight at 6 on WNYC You know.

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"hundreds years" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:36 min | 10 months ago

"hundreds years" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Did it work a hundred years later Here we are Many wars big and small Pacifism is Thomas like a 15th century military ideology that we're going to be protected by the Pacific and the Atlantic How absurd is that There's many things that could have been done to protect this country in the last year and beyond Including our electrical grid now everybody's talking about the vulnerability of the electrical grid Should Putin attack it And they're using that as an argument for 15th century insanity Isolationism In the face of aggressive evil genocidal maniacs Isolationism That's not going to work Ukraine didn't pick on anybody They weren't looking for a fight Israel hasn't been looking for a fight with the Iranians The South Koreans aren't looking for a fight with the North Koreans Tea ladies and gentlemen they're really our enemies out there They really are And if a country stupid it embraces isolationism Or the neocon artists they will lose a lot of their people Some people need to be hit with a reality back At the bottom of the hour we're going to have our friend Peter pry on the program to explain again the vulnerability Of our electrical grid Could have spent ten or $20 billion in protected the whole damn thing I don't have another host on TV or radio who has spent more time talking about this And insisting on it whether Republican presidents or Democrat presidents I don't know any other host who first introduced you to Peter pry Was a national asset And only now we talk about these things I'll be right back Months love in On 77 W ABC Every.

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"hundreds years" Discussed on Short Wave

Short Wave

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"hundreds years" Discussed on Short Wave

"Of propose a future experiment idea for someone else i would I'd want them to go to bougainville. And do a similar survey of the avian diversity there right now It's been a hundred years. And i'm sure a lot has changed with the population. This episode was masterfully. Produced by thomas lou edited by les and sarah sarasin and fact checked by indie cara who also contributed reporting to this episode. The audio engineer was alex. Wenski.

"hundreds years" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"hundreds years" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe

"From the dead gregory peck plays everybody. All of the time gregory peck is the only dummy. Fm wrong mom. But i think that was your hall. Pass poor dad if you ever run into gregory pack in this life next. One party's over. No i wasn't that bad. And and your middle name is gregory. Because i've always liked the name gregory. It just happened. That gregory peck's name was gregory really. I didn't that's not your first name. You know. I do know that. I mean as far as i know. You've seen your driver's license right. You know if this podcast ends with mike coming to the realization that his name is not mike that would be a big closer. That would be big parapet. Tia a bit of ignorance india. All right last question and then we're outta here. Would you rather travel a hundred years into the future or a hundred years into the past. Only one hundred time travel legal and do awesome. I'll go into the past any day. Although i do like modern dental practices chuck that. That's a goal back and medication. In general and drugs are much more much more effective these days than they were a hundred years ago. Well chuck is this a permanent sort of day. Do you spend the rest of your life. One hundred years in the future travel back for like you know like a vacation two weeks. You're going to go somewhere. You're they're going to go to one hundred years in the past hundred years in the future. Which which would you rather see a glimpse of the past or a glimpse of the future. Yeah i really get that. I like to get back to nineteen eighteen. Really check out that pandemic that whole spanish flu that that like. Yeah yeah what what that was. Like to be locked down and have everybody masked up and scared half out of their mind. I can't imagine. I don't wanna say that right so maybe you go to the future. Now there's a lot of good stuff in the past. I would like to see. Like i'd like to see a lot of family stuff. Oh yeah wouldn't it be interesting to see dad as as a small boy. Oh yeah you can get a picture like. I asked you for a picture of your dad. Now what are the only picture. I head was of him. Being confirmed at the age of twelve and had a sued on he wasn't doing any Electrical worker anything like that or building. Anything mum is it. I you told me this once. And i just want to confirm it I know pop didn't have any sons but do you know of any more nobles. Have you found any more. Nobles in the country cayenne..

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"hundreds years" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"hundreds years" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

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"hundreds years" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"hundreds years" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Over this weekend in chicago. Perhaps maybe even a hyper stick around back in a moment more everybody wrestling observer live. Have you written a book. You can become a published author with dorrance publishing. The nation's oldest publishing services company countless authors have trusted durance for nearly a hundred years to bring their book to the market are professional team will editor text design your book pages and create an appealing eye-catching custom cover loss our authors benefit from a custom book promotion marketing.

"hundreds years" Discussed on The Thread with OZY

The Thread with OZY

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"hundreds years" Discussed on The Thread with OZY

"Screen to widen our view. One hundred years ago. The center of florida just a few miles from where disneyworld.

"hundreds years" Discussed on Into America

Into America

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"hundreds years" Discussed on Into America

"Almost a race from public record. And we tell the story of white tolson's of those who kept their ancestors secrets those who didn't and what it's like one hundred years later to.

"hundreds years" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"hundreds years" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Ninety nine on my wikipedia right now back in a moment observer live. Oh have you written a book. You can become a published author with door and publishing the nation's oldest publishing services company countless authors have trusted dorrance for nearly a hundred years to bring their book to the.

"hundreds years" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money

podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"hundreds years" Discussed on podcast – Lawyers, Guns & Money

"And i am realizing that is a really long sentence but what happens. This is this is an incident occurs on one day. June fifth nineteen fifty seven. But you start pulling the threads and all of a sudden you two hundred years back three hundred years back. You're talking about like conquest another punk. Not the american conquest but the spanish conquest so I really wanted to figure out more about this man and What he was about. What.