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"jake yeah" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper
"What we see. We need the data. Still I mean I just like you Jacob. Everybody wants to see a therapeutic work but I don't want people to be hurt and I don't want people to have false. Hope we need to see the data on this. That data is is something that we deserve to see as soon as I'm sure the FDA HHS analyze it we'll we'll get a better look the viruses not just affecting the respiratory system and patients the the their ability to breathe in the scarring on their lawns etc. There's now evidence you say of neurological and cardiac impairment as well problems with their hearts. Yeah Yeah I mean the the idea that a respiratory virus were primarily affect. The lungs is a good assumption. But I think pretty early on a doctor started to see other organ systems affected. I thought well the lungs are not is not oxygenating. The blood therefore Organ Systems are getting injured by the lack of oxygenated blood but now it seems like something else is going on take a look at the list of various symptoms that we see with the central nervous system and also the cardiac system one of the things that we saw early on with the with. The heart was people. Were having symptoms that A seemed like maybe they were having a concurrent heart attack or something but it was unclear whether there was also much inflammation causing these problems. The top of that list Jacobs blood clotting. Typically blood clotting would be a good thing in somebody who is having bleeding for example obviously but in some cases blood clotting can also be a evidence of a pretty significant illness a precursor to shock septic shock and the body also with regard neurological symptoms. You Remember Jake. People at times we complain of something like loss of smell. It would be the only symptom they would have and I. It was just sort of an oddity but then they realized that it was in sometimes the first symptom of this covert illness along with things like dizziness and headache and seizures. Even there's something else going on here. Jake you know I. I've talked to a lot of people even over the weekend. People who are studying this. Is there something that this viruses specifically doing to the blood making the blood less able to carry oxygen? Is it causing widespread inflammation? That's affecting all these organ systems. There's something else going on. That probably explains why younger and healthier people are also affected in ways that are surprising but we need to figure that out president trump also saying that he wants to send investigators to China Over the various issues including transparency Chinese government obviously is hit a lot of information from its own people as well as the world you spoke with the head of the CDC Dr Robert Redfield about this as far back as February. What did Redfield have to say back? Then yeah even then this middle of February and I and I was curious because we heard this all the cases of people who had this infection were exposed to this wet market initially that it was all from animals to humans and then I started reading journal Articles. That suggested. That wasn't the case. The first patient had no contact with the wet market. In fact a third of the original patients had contact with this market. So wanted to understand. What did we know? And when I asked Dr Robert Redfield about that again. Mid-february take a listen. Do you as head of the CDC. Trust the information coming out of China is outbreak did start earlier and it did have evidence of human to human transmission earlier than Our Chinese colleagues at least publicly appreciated or even in the discussions that I had with my counterpart. What do you think it is well? I think it's above the medical. You think it's a political. I think it's above the medical. I don't think the director of CDC making that decision. I think it's a political decision. Why I think it's all I can say is I think it's above the director. Cdc Because I know he would love to have a system Jake if you if you listen closely there. He says not only publicly. Was this information being transmitted. But even you know under these these sort of closed transmissions between the CDC. Dr Robert Redfield wasn't being told this either so there was a real lack of transparency. And some of the core issues here. Jake Yeah. The Chinese government Keeping this information from the CDC and from their own people. Dr Sanjay Gupta. Thank you so much appreciate it. Be Sure to listen to Sanjay's Daily. Podcasts must-listen parental virus fact versus fiction on Apple. Podcast or wherever you access podcasts. Polls show a majority of Americans support a slow responsible return to work. So what is driving this mall but very visible very vocal minority to these protests around the country then source telling CNN how a mistake in one labs slowed the US response to the virus by weeks with serious repercussions. That's ahead. Prepare Yourselves. But time for brand new. Rick and Morty Adventures is almost here this is what you've been waiting for new rick. And MORTY ON ADULT SWIM. Governments around the world have been. Ill prepared to respond to the corona virus outbreak. But there's an organization that has been sounding the alarm for years about how vulnerable we all are to a pandemic the bill and Melinda Gates Foundation this week on boss files. I talk exclusively with Melinda Gates about how. Her Foundation is putting their extensive resources. Billions of dollars behind the development of a vaccine and what can be done for the developing world including Africa which she says could be devastated by covert nineteen. Listen to the latest episode of Boss Files. 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"jake yeah" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper
"The end breaking news. Welcome to the lead. I'm Jake Tapper this afternoon. The World Health Organization Director General warned that the time to act against the coronal reiver's corona virus was actually one month ago but that this is a second opportunity an opportunity quote which we should not squander and do everything to suppress and control this virus unquote this hour the number of deaths in the US now more than eight hundred to give you some perspective on how fast the death toll is accelerating yesterday. At this time there have been six hundred. Forty six deaths. The cases of course confirmed cases also continuing despite growing about eleven thousand just in the last twenty four hours now we have close to sixty two thousand people infected in the US confirmed in fact. It's real numbers. Assuredly more than that one hospital system in New York has seen a tenfold increase in corona virus patients in the past week. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says the hospitalizations across the state are surpassing predicted numbers. So far and that the peak of this crisis there could still be three weeks away the calls for ventilators and protective equipment across the country. Still Dire as we learned thirty. Three doctors have now died from the virus in Italy. The Italian Federation of Doctor saying lack of protective equipment is to blame and the World Health Organization says the entire world in fact is facing a significant shortage and as C. N. N.'s. Nick Watt reports for us now states across the country are bracing for what's next there are field hospitals in Manhattan College. Dorms being converted existing hospitals upping capacity a Navy hospital ship coming soon but New York is still twenty thousand beds shy of what they say. They'll need then we're looking at hotels. We're looking at former nursing homes Co. They had four thousand ventilators. They bought seven thousand more. Fema delivered four thousand but New York is still fifteen thousand short where exploring splitting we're one ventilator could do to patients there now opening some streets to pedestrians to reduce density in city parks and no more group sports like basketball but there is hope the rate of hospitalizations in New York is now slowing. The evidence suggests that the density control measures may be working confirmed cases non spiking elsewhere more than doubling in Louisiana. Since early Monday at least eighteen more deaths reported today in New Jersey The W. H. O. Now says the. Us doesn't have to be the next global epicenter. A means of turning it around she says by testing tracing contacts isolating and many of us continuing to quarantine as around half of all Americans are now under orders to do foreseeing a doubling once a day in depths from Corona virus the doubling time is only one day and that is the worst in the world right now waffle house which prides itself on. Staying Open. Even during hurricanes now-closed nearly one in five of its diners. Amazon crotch for so many staying home is now dealing with corona virus cases among workers in at least nine facilities nationwide Walmart Kroger and others now adding sneeze guards to check lanes. Now Governor. Cuomo came up with a plan this morning. He said. Why don't we get as many ventilators? Many supplies to New York right. Now while they're experiencing the spike then when the virus spikes elsewhere in the country we move that equipment with it. The problem is one of a number of places get slammed at the same time you know. Today we've had eleven states and different parts of the country all reporting one hundred or more new confirmed cases. Jake Yeah. It's hard to imagine any governors turning over their equipment to a different state when they know that the worst is coming a Nick Wa. Thank you so much. Cnn's Dr Sanjay. Gupta joins us now and Sante. There's so little guidance. Obviously we know if somebody is having trouble breathing he or she should call the Er go to the RCN. It's possible but let me ask you about hypothetical. What if somebody is in one of the vulnerable groups over sixty with pre existing conditions and that person has corona virus or were strongly thank so maybe even has tested positive now? The person is not having trouble breathing but has a fever is week is having trouble eating and drinking maybe because of the loss of sense of taste the loss of appetite should that person go get checked out at an Er to get assessed maybe even to get hydrated with an ID. Yeah Jake I think without question you know you have somebody who is elderly who who may not have the classic symptoms of Corona virus but a lot of patients don't have the classic symptoms of Corona Virus. But the idea now that they're not keeping fluids down food down. That's a concern and the problem is you can get behind pretty quickly in a situation especially again if someone is elderly couple things. They should call ahead. Let them know that they're coming especially if they've tested positive because that way they can be put in a room that's GonNa be isolated. You want to get other people sick. Obviously and You know after that. It's just a question of of getting that hydration and hopefully being able to go home but there are going to be scenarios like this one thing I want to point out because I think sometimes this has lost on people is that we talked about the vulnerable population the elderly seventies and eighties. But you're still far more likely even at that age to not need to go to the hospital to not get very sick from this while you're more likely than younger people you know. The hospitalization rate for people in their seventies and eighties is closer to twenty twenty-five percent. Which means seventy five to eighty percent of people? Don't need the hospital. Sometimes I think people perceive the story as being just automatic sentence for people who are elderly. It's not most of the time it's not but if you do if you're having those symptoms that I describe you should go to the hospital. Let me ask you. President trump is hoping to live should. Yeah the president. Trump is hoping to lift the restrictions on movement and social gatherings by Easter. That's just eighteen days from now it was hedged a little bit yesterday during the briefing Dr Found. She said that the date needs to be flexible. What do you think is the impact if the President says okay? Everyone crowd the pews on Easter. Even if foul she is saying that's not my advice. Yeah and she has been very clear on this. Let's follow the data is what he keeps saying. Sort of. It sounds like he's being flexible there. But the reality is Jake. We know what the date is gonNA show right now. The picture that we're getting from the data is reflective of ten to fourteen days ago We know that during this time the viruses clearly been spreading. You've heard that some some places. The doubling rate is every two days sometimes even faster than that some of these places. So you know the data's going to look worse at the time that they're starting to think about pulling back that that's going to be clear. I think so In fact some some estimated that we may start to be getting to the peak in terms of patients needing to be in the hospital. So I think it's very hard to imagine that in April around Easter. That could possibly look like a scenario where it's time to start relaxing things. And we've seen some places. Some countries think that they were out of the woods relax restrictions and then they get another spike in the disease comes back with a vengeance. Hong Kong has been the example Hong Kong was the place that you and I were talking about is showing a good example of how things can can go and cases can remain low. They relaxed the restrictions and they doubled their cases within a few days. So if you're going to do this it has to be done early. It has to be done consistently has to be done. Diligently has done honestly all those things we talk about. If you take your foot off the gas at some point you kind of you. Run the risk of erasing a lot of the gains. You may have made a leading epidemiologist one who advises the CDC has estimated that the peak of deaths in this country will be three weeks from now. So we need to keep doing this social distancing. Right look I mean the three weeks from now. People hear that they think well. That's not that far away. I think one of the points of that study is that it's too soon in a way because that's not a flat curve like we want right. You want this to be a flatter curve. That's where you see the people actually peaking later on so you. Don't you know not? All these people are rushing the hospitals at the same time. So he's sort of making those projections on the existing sort of social.
"jake yeah" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Six time for the Jake. Yeah. And it's about time we have some estrogen out there, right and conservative estrogen giving conservatism of makeover. Solo right on ninety three. Welcome to the chicks on the right show where the checks daisy. Hello Brian Baker sitting in for rob KENDALL today that was our brand new intro new year. New look at. Oh my gosh. We've been gone forever. I know feels like we've been gone for absolutely ever. I know it was getting to be kind of a long vacation now. Like at some point. I was like I'm miss her. Yeah. I miss you too. Like the beginning of last week. I was like, yeah. I think I'm ready to go back. That time we may rethink our all two weeks at the end of the year thing because it turned out to be three too long. It was a long they can barely remember how to do this. But we do have so many things to get to holy crap. Yeah. A lot of stuff's been going on. I didn't know until I woke up this morning that the Golden Globes happened last night. Yeah. They sure did. So normally I would watch that especially because I read that the host, Sandra. Oh, who I guess it's a big deal that she was the first Asian check to ever host. She and Andy Sandberg hosted, and they were a political there were no politics two. So K said that was planned, right? Yeah. I said, hey, let's not be political because everybody hates us. Probably a good plan except for Christian bale. Yeah. Can I guess he he couldn't help himself because it was a political movie that he was in? I wanted to see vice and I didn't get around to seeing it. I didn't want to see it. I wanna see it won't see it because it wasn't a very positive view of of Dick Cheney, and it couldn't have been if the script had been positive. I guarantee you Kristen bell wouldn't have agreed to do because he was so awful. We have sound of part of his acceptance speech because of course, he won for best actor, and here's what he said about Dick Cheney. Thank you to that gazer over there. Adam. Essay. He said, I'm to find somebody you can you can be absolutely charisma-free and reviled by body. So he went ask OBI fail. Thank you. All the competition. I will be cornering the market on charisma. What.
"jake yeah" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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"jake yeah" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Film critic Matthew socio, Dr associates I like to call them about what to watch. What's look at now than we are done with the political season for a while as way to sort of decompress decompressing just chill and just relax. No this time of year. We should we start to see some of the grownup stuff. Start to start to pop up starts the Oscar things other words, it's time to go to the cross. That's always good to go to keystone crossing. It's real butter and there's a bar. So as we've joked about if you're rude their lease being rude at a higher level. You're nobody picks up their phone and goes, yeah, he's playing chess with death. Yeah. It's all right. If you don't do that, nobody brings screaming babies to the Russian documentary film, those the suffering of the misery and the suffering. Nobody brings a kid at this hour on the pity. Nobody does it. Nobody is picking up the phone rings. So is it hoity toity? Yeah. But at least you're not dragging your babies to it. Something I did notice. Got some time to maybe pick up a few things that are on Netflix. I decided to go in and started watching house of cards with the Robin Wright, and we meet Christopher Plummer is not playing the role this time. Christopher plummer. And it's actually it's interesting sans. Kevin Spacey and the current political wave so she's picking up right where things left off. You got to pick them where things I've talked to have Greg Kinnear. As nice Cutler. Brother sister, never weird believe what's going there. Is there? A Billy Ray Miley weird about it. Maybe or is this a Tennessee Williams play kind of awkward. It's like Jack Nicholson in Chinatown, Jake. Yeah. Could be seems like an awkward relationship. But actually, it's not that bad. It took a little while to get used to Kevin Spacey's character not being not being there. But back then like, no one one episode force like, okay, I can finish this there. I believe a political intrigue of backstabbing universal. No matter who starring in it. I think of it is that last year Monty python without Cleese because police went to go to Fawlty towers. Yeah. Pretty much what else is out there. Well, be on the lookout for. Let's see there's there's what I'm intrigue recalled Addy tourneys gate at its Julian Schnabel's bio-pic about Van Gogh or van goch. If you're that person played by Willem Defoe, always going to see Willem Defoe and stuff around. But anything. When I remember correctly about van gum reading anything went in one ear state there. Yes. Exactly. I guess if you want something lighter there's instant family with Mark Wahlberg and rose Byrne. I'm actually strangely enough intrigued with creed to why. Because everybody's available because now you have creeds the son of Apollo creed. And the son of Ivan Drago fighting, and of course, dolph Lundgren's available and slides available. So sure why not. You know, I I think the last I saw that actually liked was masters of the universe. The expandable 's. Okay. Yeah. All right. We also we should never forget masters universe. Also had Franklin Gela. Jello, skeletal war. And also wondering also played the original punisher like the nine hundred ninety really bad. I got a good version of that. In fact, I recently revisited after Dracula I sat down and watched several versions of Dracula, including what they call disco drag because had the big open shirts, and they they incorporated a love story more than the other ones. Of data. That was fun. We like did you? See Dracula dead and loving it. You know, what I I need to watch it again because I remembered not being a fan of it. Because after space balls, I think Mr. Brooks's work dips a bit, but there's one bit. We talked about that made me laugh, and it's when you drive the stake through Steven Weber drives the stake through the heart, and it's like hitting a fountain geyser of blood shoots up. And we we we tried to talk our director into doing that. She was against that idea. But, but yeah, I do remember that making me laugh out loud. No. I will try to revisit that. And also there was another Dracula version where it's like a Dracula vs Frankenstein of really bad cheesy. How Adamson film I remember channel four Detroit counts scary, hosted it. Channel thirty to send us Mongolia. Same say, yeah, that's really not not an exciting film. I think you need to watch that with rips. That's a hard hard to watch on its own. Let's put it this. Folks, you watch that movie you'll be driving a stake through your own heart. You open the coffin decide you'll run to the sunlight, yeah, not not good. Our good friend. Matthew socio with us for a few more minutes is helping us decompress talk about what is out and about at the movie theaters, and maybe onstage, you're on DVD because we're also can tired of politics and political ads and political Marshall said we appreciate you hanging out. What else you sure there isn't? There's also I how you are also a fan of the Coen brothers. Here's in select theaters on November eighth. I don't know if it's an indie, but it will be a net. Flicks on November sixteenth. But it's a it is a an theology series called the ballot of BUSTER Scruggs. And it's the Coen brothers making six short western stories. And it has a cast includes Liam niece, and Tim Blake Nelson Zoe. No, no, no Zoe Kazan Tyne Daly, Saul Reuben AC one of the great that guys. And of course, when you have an anthology like this summer going to be better than others. It could be a mixed bag, but I I will still take a mixed bag from the Cohen brothers people. I think people scraped they say the bottom of the list brothers and stuff like intolerable, cruelty and lady killers. I'm all right with that. You actually did enjoy burn before reading. What what did we learn don't ever do that again? So no, I will take I will take a swing and instrument Cohen brothers anytime. So I'm hoping I'm obviously have high hopes for this anthology series. Now, there's something else that I really am looking forward to see and technically just make me a really bad horrible evil person. And you just called me for creed too. Spiderman. Only animated. What is your Cup of tea? From different parallel universes. And would really made my day was the little spider ham character because his name is Peter Parker. The spectacular spider hammer pig Matt Groening's ticked off about that spider ham. When I saw that. I was like oh my God. I have to see this. All right. Here's here's an I'm going to lob this easy softball to the world. What would your Spiderman be? Mine would be miles Morales. Okay. All right. The black spider man who goes to a charter school. Got my favorite things. Black people spider, superheroes and charter schools all wrapped up into one. So Peter Parker is going to. PS? He's gonna innovation. Oh parker. He's gonna innovation school who are your aunt. And uncle. Know who your uncle is. So your angrier and. Nah. My my aunt is Pam Grier. But my uncle is James l Jones. Well, that's out bad. That's with with great power comes great responsibility. And this is CNN, and I'm your uncle not your father. Yes. And all hate mail to that's not bad. But the work on that call Sam Ramey, fourteen thirty productions they keep they keep re rebooting it every year. I know what the aunt was mercy told me last time. I think my joke is next the next series is going to be Ariel winter from modern family, but you gotta admit no seen Robert Downey junior and Torme together. It's like this brings back. Fond memory. Yes. It's for those who are who are the nine people who saw only you and theaters Norman Jewison comedy. And that's what I remember. That's what the tell me did after winning the best supporting actress Oscar, so some are friends got a few seconds left. There's one thing you could recommend people do go. See they'll get all the politics other system. What would it be to live theater? Go see a play go see something. Now. It's. Okay. Because thanksgiving's coming up home for the holidays. Direct by Jodie Foster starring Holly hunter and Robert Downey junior in that or pieces of April another dispatch dysfunctional families said and thanksgiving time with Patricia Clarkson who got an Academy Award nomination. Katie Holmes, Oliver Platt, right or our good friend. Dr Matthew soci-, helping me decompress get all that political crap out of my system that I dealt with for the past year. It's good to have you here as a patient and not complaining about the horror films that your lovely white picked all don't worry if that'll be the next trip. I know Matthew, associate friend always great to see you take care hornbeck about take care about the head back to the house and get caught up on some badly. Needed sleep. Thank you guys. We will see you next week on the weekend edition of Dula March.
"jake yeah" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"jake yeah" Discussed on WJR 760
"In that game Lomas good afternoon How you doing today good you how. Did you feel Oh it happens fast guy out felt like a rookie. Out there like I was, back in nineteen eighty-five. Rookie things were happening. That fast but I enjoy it I got. A? Surreal I'm looking. Forward. To these really these next what. Seventeen eighteen. Games yeah you didn't sound like a? Rookie my. Friend you sounded like So it was it was good. To hear, you you know you're you're sitting back there and you're trying to get to know these guys let's start with the bright spot which may. Have been the running game. I know that they didn't get off to a great, start but we saw some certainly. Some flashes of. Brilliance from from. The new guy kerryon Johnson. Tell me about what you saw in him that you like I'm telling you what I liked. The most guy, was. He then goes down you couldn't tackle this guy he was getting hit what, he stayed on the seats and that. Showed me great balance that's owed me, gotta have not and that's not changeable right, then I just love the way again that the defense couldn't. Get him down on the first the, second, hit really. I don't think I've seen them on the ground much and that's a very very good sign. For the running back and, that also helps office. A line especially when. They know they gotta running back that's on. The? Wooded up in. There. And get positive yards so looking. At it. From a whole Sample now so we've got a long ways to go but it was a, positive sample that we got yeah and. You know it can he be that, third down short yardage guy do you see, that the ability to carry a couple of guys on his. Back well I yeah but I actually First second third No catch the ball yet when he could definitely be a first and second down, back and, yes Be the guy that if you're in the goal line get him in there and you could get that one or two yards that you need The, score the ball so I think he could be a total weapon, and, you know again. You got to see highs blocking nails 'cause. You know right now we throw the ball more, than we pass it also we we. Run it. We thought more than we run the ball so we just have. To see high, powered near, but I'll give him a positive started all right we. Also saw Frank rag now left guard for. The first time this is the you know the guy didn't allow, a sack in his college career he gave good protection for for Matt castle and Jake Yeah he did, he, did a good. Job and I know being a rookie your. First game the butterflies were there you know lining, up over the raiders out there away. Game I. Know it was a lot of things going through his mind but. I thought he, did a, real good job you didn't hear his name and normally. When you don't hear ultra lame that's a. Good thing Doing something like that so it was a good. Start for him he had some really three or four good days of practice out there against. The raiders. And, it carried, over to the game so Dan that's a positive he's able to. Take what, he got from the practice seal, and put them in the game. At least at this point we all. Ought to say a prayer and burn some offerings for for Matt for. Matt Stafford make sure he's, healthy, because, didn't, see much, Matt. Castle or Jake even though, they were provided good protection yeah but guy that's why we're. Gonna, have to. Be able to run the ball 'cause again you when you get Matthew back, you don't want him. Dropping back fifty sixty dollars a game by doing you got. To balance out that offense is really a recipe for disaster so, I know that's why again coach Patricia number Frank. Rag now you got kerryon Johnson the Garrett blah will want to get, their own game going Because, they will, hire important is going to be doing the regular Give. Us a quick rundown on defense obviously there, were. Some questions there we know this is a concern for Matt Patricia this is his bailiwick give give. Us, your assessment of those guys before we wrap things up, here well then they show a, lot closer than show a lot. But concerned with the DCFS alive not being able to come off that's an important for the lime in. The be able to get off the block. Of the, office align that's, always, good to, keep his gap integrity you know looking. At Oakland, they I mean they ran the ball one hundred yards so again. I don't, put in a lotta defense is we show a lot but again this technique things then able to get off the block that these guys are going. To continue to work all and should, be better towards the season I don't know if you've, seen it but, something just flashed down the line for us here and that is is that the giants Prime pick Ciclon Barclay was may have been hurt in, practice today oh wow And apparently need. A little help. To get off the field after running a route. In, practice That would. Certainly. Be. A huge, blow, for the, giants what are you looking for from them come Friday wow yeah I mean again you know they wanted to establish themselves again They they went out with the second peace they. Got saquon Barkley why because they needed? A wanna. Game. Why. Because they, need, help with, their office alive and they know That would help that office and three they needed it for he lied because he li- has slipping but he. Hasn't, had much of a run a game. Around him so you. Could see I import in the a game meals to quarterbacks and it's going to be important for Matthew again we continue to have a run game they help him out apparently he made a beautiful play on a, deep ball and beat out both Ogle tree and Jenkins to make. The catch off of a pass. And they deleted, it from their Twitter account because apparently it wasn't very the aftermath wasn't very. Pretty when. They had. To wrap. His legs. So we'll see what happens there in the meantime Lomas you have yourself a great week and will listen to you on Friday thanks guys take care all right Lomas Brown the voice of the. Detroit Lions here on NewsTalk seven. Sixty WJR talking about, this sixteen ten loss, to the raiders that we can now put. Out of our minds. And? Bring on those giants and they're. Young? Guys as well when we come back got a little personal Thing of thin close to our family here WJR that we want to share with you also talk a little bit about your privacy and how. 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"jake yeah" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Everyone gets back china too we've really got a job in our hands yeah there's no more surprise probably got a machine gun and every window that farmhouse don't get near enough to use a grenade how about wait until we can't wait gotta get nfs how about the river how i just call down and waiting along the bank that we get to the bridge and blower that's an idea what you're cut yourself a tough job tyne suicide i'm a hero this'll be look good conduct medal might be a breeze might be but i don't think so times getting should wait us up okay guys this is the way it will go what will take to patrols around to the farmhouse by way of the river they'll blow the bridge i'll take the rest of the platoon below to the edge of the field when you hear the whistle synchronize your watches twelve fifteen five minutes later on the dut go up the field there you'll and friedman stay here gives us cover fifteen seconds before we go i'll give you the whistle of fire hope you're ammo any questions everybody got that we're going all the way to go lucked san diego corporal tyne really cut himself a piece of cake yeah jake cut that house right in tokyo if the ammo holds up better how do you feel about things rivera it's long war maybe we can sleep all day tamar maybe germany will surrender tomorrow who knows jake yeah there who knows.
"jake yeah" Discussed on WWL
"Yes because you got student loans you're kinda just normal and he's got a house he's already tracking the pay it off and so how did that discussion go down i want to hear that i was actually nervous about that conversation and so it was i remember being really difficult he asked me about like if i had any debt and i didn't want to tell him that i did but i didn't wanna lie i knew things were going really well and i wanted us to keep going in our relationship i didn't think so but i didn't want him to know i know i know and he's not obviously no i remember like the moment he asked like oh do you have any debt and i was like yeah yeah and then you're cute look actually had add it up and i actually had about fifteen thousand dollars total so at that time he kind of told me about you and my dad listen to you on the radio a little bit so i knew a little bit but i didn't i didn't know like the actual steps or anything i just knew the name so i downloaded the audio book from the library the total money makeover and then i paid off the rest of the student loans except for the big one the nine thousand before we got married and then we cash for the wedding and then to the rest and she was so great as soon as that moment happened she was she was the nerd it's switched sorry he told me she took off here we go here we go oh which made you know you're okay doesn't matter if you have any debt it's the fact that you're not gonna stay in it that's very good but i mean you guys have got such a head start i mean you're making a hundred thousand dollars you're not even thirty years old and your house is paid for your car payment in the world you are i mean is your grandpa still living he is i bet he is doing jake yeah he got an he's got to be just thrilled oh yeah they're they're excited for us.
"jake yeah" Discussed on NewsRadio1620
"Yeah and so it was i remember it being really difficult he asked me about like if i had any debt and i didn't want to tell him that i did but i didn't wanna lie i knew things were going really well and i wanted us to keep going in our relationship i think so but i didn't want him to know no and he's not obviously we no i remember like the moment he asked like oh do you have any debt and i was like yeah yeah well and then look actually it added up and i actually had about fifteen thousand dollars total so at that time he kind of told me about you and my dad listen to you on the radio a little bit so i knew a little bit but i didn't i didn't know like the actual steps or anything i just knew the name in so i downloaded the audio book from the library the total money makeover and then i paid off the rest of the student loans except for the big one the nine thousand before we got married and then we cash flow the wedding and then she was so great as soon as that moment happened she was she was the nerd it's switched sorry he told me she took off here we go here we go which made you know you're okay doesn't matter if you have any debt it's the fact that you're not going to stay in it that's very good but i mean you guys have got such a head start i mean you're making a hundred thousand dollars not even thirty years old and your house is paid for your car payment in the world you are i mean is your grandpa still living he is i bet he is doing jake yeah he got he's got to be just thrilled they're they're excited for us i'll bet i'll bet and i bet he's done really well financially hasn't he he has he retired at forty and makes more on retire more on retirement than he did when he retired so yeah i think he's doing all right so yeah you can look out there in the future and go that's us what do you tell people.
"jake yeah" Discussed on WWL
"No i remember like the moment he asked like oh do you have any debt and i was like yeah yeah and then loc actually add it up and i actually had about fifteen thousand dollars total so at that time he kind of told me about you and my dad listen on the radio a little bit so i knew a little bit but i didn't i didn't know like the actual steps or anything i just knew the name so i downloaded the audio book from the library the total money makeover and then i paid off the rest of the student loans except for the big one nine thousand before we got married and then we cash for the wedding and then to the rest and dave she was so great as soon as that moment happened she was she was the nerd it switched sorry he told me she took off here we go here we go which made you know you're okay doesn't matter if you have any debt it's the fact that you're not going to stay in it that's very good but i mean you guys have got such a head start i mean you're making a hundred thousand dollars you're not even thirty years old and your house is paid for your car payment in the world you are i mean is your grandpa still living he is i bet he is doing jake yeah he got he's got to be just thrilled oh yeah they're they're excited for us i'll bet i bet and i bet he's done really well financially having he has he retired at forty it makes more unretire more on retirement than he did when he retired so okay i think he's doing all right so yeah you can look out there in the future and go that's us what do you tell people.
"jake yeah" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"It was i remember it being really difficult he asked me about like if i had any and i didn't want to tell him that i did but i didn't wanna lie i knew things were going really well and i wanted us to keep going in our relationship i think so but i didn't want him to know i was no and he's not obviously we no i remember like the moment he asked like oh do you have any debt now is like yeah well look yeah actually i'd add it up and i actually had about fifteen thousand dollars total so at that time he kind of told me about you and my dad listen to you on the radio a little bit so i knew a little bit but i didn't i didn't know like their actual steps or anything i just knew the name in so i downloaded the audio book from the library the total money makeover and then i paid off the rest of the student loans except for the big one the nine thousand before we got married and then we cashable the wedding and then to the rest and dave she was so great as soon as that moment happened she was she was the nerd it's switched sorry he told me she took off here we oh go here we go which made you know you were okay doesn't matter if you have any debt it's the fact that you're not gonna stay in it very good but i mean you guys have got such a head start i mean you're making a hundred thousand dollars you're not even thirty years old and your house is paid for your car payment in the world you are i mean is your grandpa still living he is i bet he is doing jake yeah he got him no he's got to be just thrilled oh yeah they're they're excited for us.
"jake yeah" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"And so it was i remember being really difficult he asked me about like if i had any debt and i didn't want to tell him that i did but i didn't wanna lie i knew things were going really well and i wanted us to keep going in our relationship you thought he would dump you over the death i didn't think so but i didn't want him to know i was i know i know he's not obviously you know i remember like the moment he asked like do you have any debt and i was like yeah yeah and then cute loc yeah actually had to add it up and i actually had about fifteen thousand dollars total so that time he kind of told me about you and my dad listen to you on the radio a little bit so i knew a little bit but i didn't i didn't know like the actual steps or anything i just knew the name in so i downloaded the audio book from the library the total money makeover and then i paid off the rest of the student loans except for the big one the nine thousand before we got married and then we cash for the wedding and then to the rest she was so great as soon as that moment happened she was she was the nerd it's which sorry he told me she took off here we go here we go which made you know you're okay then matter if you have any debt it's the fact that you're not gonna stay in it that's very good but i mean you got such start i mean you're making a hundred thousand dollars you're not even thirty years old and your house is paid for your cars you know the payment in the world you are i mean is your grandpa still living he is i bet he is doing jake yeah he got he's got to be just thrilled oh yeah they're they're excited for us how that a bet and i bet he's done really well financially hadn't he he has so he retired at forty in makes more unretire more on retirement than he did when you're tired so.
"jake yeah" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"What's been happening around the country but we focused on it because of ferguson people being in jail simply because they weren't able to pay a parking ticket but go on jake yeah ferguson is a great example of this and many other communities have the same problem where many people are being sent to jail and for reasons that aren't that serious and maybe they don't stay very long even a short jail state can have a big impact on how many people are we talking about each year that's a really difficult question in part because we know roughly the number of admissions around eleven thousand to jail each year eleven jacobs here to fact check but it's hard to say how many people that represents and really critically it's because often people end up cycling in and out of the system particularly after initial contact piece of that is that many people who come into contact with the system again particularly in jails incarcerations front door am tends to have their overrepresented with mental health issues and substance abuse issues and often those two things are co occurring and so rather than i think to really have an idea mind of the people going into jail being somehow criminal genetic or worse people they're often the people who other institutions in the community have simply failed we haven't helped them in any other wife this gets us way off in in reading the reports and the reporting that i've done in my other day job it always strikes me that where is the discretion of a of a judge looking at someone who is in there to go back looking at the records that you've been a parking ticket led to this led to that led to a stay led to this led to that and now you're here and you're facing lord knows how much time in jail now do judges have the discretion to say you know what this is this is a little jacked up and i'm not i am not going to do this to this person yes usually they do it depends on the state of course men most judges have the opportunity to take the individual characteristics of the person and their case and their communal history and their past and take that all into account they consider the most appropriate sanction or yeah so in terms of.
"jake yeah" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"All right here we go another school no show as now the school looks cool this month crazy yeah you thought you were gonna give rigging bells and whistles right now no you know realized i was going to read the text you're talking about bring us so people over here and i cinema text message a semi will have to strip search you guys before you leave because my guys are down with that through store before we do the accountability while ago use run a little bit late i'm just kidding you want to goes to restore he's out in venture doing a movie and jake yeah yeah him inject jake sorted out his part and the sarcoma said no dude you know i said this gaby's cool right eagles what it means cool assembly you as cool i he can take a real bright goes yeah yeah may you'll love this guy so you know i assume all material four yards and put a real pete for main goes out there just some bullshit i i didn't didn't know know what what kind kind of of guy guy he was named show up would oldest could swag merchandise alcohol i'm like a kid mccain these we're going to quote a word you man car great supporters i gotta showed about six hours thief we night territorial here in california and it it's i'm doing i i'm doing a show tonight called them fluffy fan appreciation day and i'll do this about four times a year we're all either take five hundred people to breakfasts aldofri show i'll take people to events in a a because i i like i i you know i'm very i'm very lucky among.
"jake yeah" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Oh archbishop jake yeah thank you remember mi uh i went to school with your mother back in grammar school many years ago so can you've been in my home when you've made my home with brexit place lately but i know that you know the archbishop's parents and i've never known to sweeter people than joe enjoys josephine anyway archbishop evian birmingham hope you have a great christmas and a wonderful wonderful new year all right thank you god bless you thank you jack thank you very very much for that call them them in a lot of billy is in kentucky billy you're on archbishops go right ahead uh bishop hours wonder and who are you rooting for for a college football sleigh well i have either your jet that question the archbishop marina then you i i'm sorry tara tara did you say i said you knew that you would get you would get a college football question here dare you know if if your team is not in it i keep this is the you know i guess you can root for some and all the rest was just see what happens now you know to try to follow the auburn alabama game all the way from malaysia yeah i i think i rotors ones that in dinner column that that ended up in sports illustrated about you and i said you came from a devout auburn family you questioned me on that we were we were raised in that regard yes very devout and even go to the grandchildren of my dad because christopher my nephew was in malaysia the day as auburn alabama game and he was saying oh i could show you going to watch the games and are you going to look chris over there it was tonight it was like four o'clock in the morning sunday morning and say chris i'm going to bed wake up get the score to be all over i have to go through the agony of watching whatever half and but anyway this was in a wonderful tell and he got all the people uh setting up his televisions i don't nobody did connecting with the computers he was able to watch and by the time i woke up and it looked like it was going to be maybe alban was going to win uh i silvercrest in a few minutes our komo we'll have breakfast in on the way it is often going.
"jake yeah" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"A date has this this profile where he says i believe that would you date nate dot com it's really like his website dating profile is almost like a some sort of like a a product that you would by that has like all these testimony ills and from other women who used to data than broke up with them yeah interesting he asked hi my name is nate if you're a single woman in your 20s a third is you're tired of meeting the same boring guys if you're sick of getting hit on men with no manners if you had it with guys of seem nice but turnout clingy in desperate if you're interested in meeting some so he sells un and he says that this may change your life yeah i need to contact this guy yeah he at the bottom he said you can contact him because now he's in two publicity chicks you know it looks like he's turned this booming dating site into a publicity do you know how lucky he is that his name's knee because this wouldn't worked of his name was like ralf or jaeik or would you date jake yeah that would kind of almost like us almost rhyme so you could get away with it kate would work if you there's a kate out there that wants to do the same thing but yeah he's a spiritual passionate business man and he's trying to like talk you out of saying like he's trying to tell you like y you shouldn't date him that why you're not his type he says that he is six four he is all is like an inch to utah i think for like at the ideal man i'm three i think we all gathered that there is one person or do that didn't get us i had i had told them.