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"janury" Discussed on The Site Shed

The Site Shed

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"janury" Discussed on The Site Shed

"Businesses reflection of a you are right so something's not going right janury leadership and he can help improve cooman. Who's been awesome. Is there anything you wanted to close off before we before we go to wrapped up. Now i look if anyone here is interested in franchising. Hit me up. More than half fried guidance. My resources to consultants i use anything out. Guide you on the processing a ton of money from lake make mistakes. I did so feel free to reach out to me. We have made this franchise which is a. It's a fully remote cleaning company franchise based only in the us at the moment. That is something we're out in the market for anyone here know someone who might be level referral is gonna made this franchise dot com dot com. Throw whatever resources you want to see came from matt jones and connect with my franchise guys. If that is the you're interested in so let me know we'll put some links stole that stuff in the show notes for sure so if you wanna get hold of nail or whatever Choice links stuff will bring that many. Thanks for utah. I'm best of luck with the are growing business down a look for getting you back on the show in the future. Maybe until talking about what you've learned over the next couple of days love that love that matt. Thanks for having me. Thank you for listening to another episode of toolbox. Talks if you're locking what you hear and you can hit across to the site.

"janury" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"janury" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"That's bitcoin dot com the don. Fm social media channels have been revamped. We'd eliminated facebook and focused on other platforms like twitter and mastodon the decentralized alternative to twitter on our accounts you'll find posts from multiple l. r. n. dot fm show host together in one place. Follow us on twitter at twitter dot l. Our end on fm or better yet move to the decentralized mastodon social media platform at toot dot l. r. n. dot fm t. o. T. dot l. dot. Fm i think you'll like it. We have some good news. The indictments against rossall brixton. The district of maryland were dismissed with prejudice meaning. They can never be refiled. This is especially good because those indictments contain the only charge ever made that ross engaged in murder-for-hire this was a serious allegation at ross outbreak. Denies it was never prosecuted or wrote on by a jury but was trumpeted by the federal government and the media. If it were proven fact. The maryland court held these indictments for almost five years poisoning. Ross's case and leaving him under a cloud of unproven allegations as explained in ross's appeal to the supreme court. The fact that the judge used these allegations together all saikkonen sentence of life without parole violated his sixth amendment. Right to a jury. Trial judges are required to issue sentence based on convictions. Decided by a jury not unproven. Allegations never even charged trial. Although this is a positive development that dropped indictment will not set. Ross free now. A presidential pardon is ross. His only hope of freedom sign the petition at free. Ross dot org free. Ross dot org. This is the liberty radio network broadcasting the latest liberty oriented audio content. Twenty four hours a day at l. r. n. dot. Fm free talk live. Call in talk about whatever's on your mind mark with you. Pickles mountaineer ninety t to speak to that. We've had enough calls this evening. That i haven't even gotten to my first piece of show. Prep we have a tiny thing. That's fine i mean. That's what free talk lives about. We open up the phone lines. And let you call in and there's not many shows do something like that as a matter of fact. That's why good folks like brian branly. Yeah by brian. Branly become Amplifiers over at amp dot freetalklive dot com that's amp amp dot freetalklive dot com and you can support a show that allows people call in and talk about whatever they want. There's not a lot of that going on these days. Two hundred radio stations across the country. Ninety three percent of americans listen to the radio at some point in the week. The number one format on the radio is talk radio. We we do not have We do not have topic based community standards. That's true we did not so call in talk about what you want and support the program at a. m. p. amp dot freetalklive dot com. And thank you brian. Let's go to paul in from grand rapids in michigan paul. You're on free talk. Live local like to talk about the long. Joe biden is going to be president. Joe biden gave me president. I would say two years two years. And then what's gonna happen. Okay kamala yup chinks three person and she can be president for ten years she can be. That's true more or less. Yes if it's slightly over two years then she can get the rest of that term and get to full terms right. If he's if joe biden is president for two years in one day and kamla harris is president for two years less a day then she can run for president two more terms for a total of ten years. That's what the constitution says anyway. Okay yeah that's that's what i'm thinking is going to happen. You gotta move around Andrew so so you think he's gonna last two years though they'll make you laugh somehow weekend at bernie's then what's that weekend bernie's then i liked. You're pretty i. I don't think that it's unlikely. That's certainly a possibility. The other possibility is the Janury twenty first that they just say no. We're not doing this all just want her. She does only get one term and then she would get the she could have two full terms at that minus one day right. I really don't think they're going to be able to pretend she got elected though. I mean seriously. Even that's won't give her nomination like no one likes this lady. She might actually. I mean astonishingly enough be less likable than hillary clinton. She biden swears in and then ten minutes later. Drops dead kamala is president right. That's true right but paul. I believe his ideas that she's going to get about two years off of this and then somehow get elected well so the democrats just before. The election made sure that it was very clear that we can get rid of president based on a mental assessment. And if you can get rid of a president based on a mental assessment you can get rid of a president anytime you want because it just depends on. Who's doing them and assessment. We can find some psychiatrists out there right now that will declare me nuts and as a result all kinds of terrible things could happen in my life. So you know this is. It's it's a scenario now. Obviously we do need systems for determining whether or not somebody's absolutely bonkers in the white house. If this position is going to be important which. I don't think it should be the president that is then you need to have some systems for determining and i do think that that the democrats understand the problem that joe is facing in so much as he is looked at as somebody who is in the early stages of alzheimer's and we don't know what stages but he seems to have some issues with communication and memory and things like that Kamala harris you hang was picked based almost entirely on her race from the looks of it. And i think this is the worst reason to pick somebody but this is the world we live in today and also be why she gets a second term if that if he is declared incompetent or i mean he's like seventy something now older than trump democrats might elect her just because she's a black woman. Well i think that she was selected. Not only from her race but From the fact that she's terrible. i mean. This is the kind of woman who will keep who will knowingly keep an innocent man on death row so that she can get more labor out of him. So i think it's i mean. They picked anyone on death row. You don't get labor out of people but what she was doing was keeping California prisoners in jail longer so they would fight fires. These are the bravest and most successful firefighters in a state that has a lot of problems with fires and it is a You know. I mean she's she's been responsible for the incarceration of a heck of a lot more black people than any other black politician out there. And for whatever reason there's just pass given on that and i don't know what's going to happen i i hear that know republicans. Don't believe that there's going to be eight years of a democrat but it's it's just wide open. I'm not making any predictions at this point. Because we don't have any information the polls are all messed up. The media's clearly bias and that's the only information that we have and so what's going to happen. I don't know but the election was darn within a hair's breadth either either way..

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"janury" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"janury" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"That's bitcoin dot com the don. Fm social media channels have been revamped. We'd eliminated facebook and focused on other platforms like twitter and mastodon the decentralized alternative to twitter on our accounts you'll find posts from multiple l. r. n. dot fm show host together in one place. Follow us on twitter at twitter dot l. Our end on fm or better yet move to the decentralized mastodon social media platform at toot dot l. r. n. dot fm t. o. T. dot l. dot. Fm i think you'll like it. We have some good news. The indictments against rossall brixton. The district of maryland were dismissed with prejudice meaning. They can never be refiled. This is especially good because those indictments contain the only charge ever made that ross engaged in murder-for-hire this was a serious allegation at ross outbreak. Denies it was never prosecuted or wrote on by a jury but was trumpeted by the federal government and the media. If it were proven fact. The maryland court held these indictments for almost five years poisoning. Ross's case and leaving him under a cloud of unproven allegations as explained in ross's appeal to the supreme court. The fact that the judge used these allegations together all saikkonen sentence of life without parole violated his sixth amendment. Right to a jury. Trial judges are required to issue sentence based on convictions. Decided by a jury not unproven. Allegations never even charged trial. Although this is a positive development that dropped indictment will not set. Ross free now. A presidential pardon is ross. His only hope of freedom sign the petition at free. Ross dot org free. Ross dot org. This is the liberty radio network broadcasting the latest liberty oriented audio content. Twenty four hours a day at l. r. n. dot. Fm free talk live. Call in talk about whatever's on your mind mark with you. Pickles mountaineer ninety t to speak to that. We've had enough calls this evening. That i haven't even gotten to my first piece of show. Prep we have a tiny thing. That's fine i mean. That's what free talk lives about. We open up the phone lines. And let you call in and there's not many shows do something like that as a matter of fact. That's why good folks like brian branly. Yeah by brian. Branly become Amplifiers over at amp dot freetalklive dot com that's amp amp dot freetalklive dot com and you can support a show that allows people call in and talk about whatever they want. There's not a lot of that going on these days. Two hundred radio stations across the country. Ninety three percent of americans listen to the radio at some point in the week. The number one format on the radio is talk radio. We we do not have We do not have topic based community standards. That's true we did not so call in talk about what you want and support the program at a. m. p. amp dot freetalklive dot com. And thank you brian. Let's go to paul in from grand rapids in michigan paul. You're on free talk. Live local like to talk about the long. Joe biden is going to be president. Joe biden gave me president. I would say two years two years. And then what's gonna happen. Okay kamala yup chinks three person and she can be president for ten years she can be. That's true more or less. Yes if it's slightly over two years then she can get the rest of that term and get to full terms right. If he's if joe biden is president for two years in one day and kamla harris is president for two years less a day then she can run for president two more terms for a total of ten years. That's what the constitution says anyway. Okay yeah that's that's what i'm thinking is going to happen. You gotta move around Andrew so so you think he's gonna last two years though they'll make you laugh somehow weekend at bernie's then what's that weekend bernie's then i liked. You're pretty i. I don't think that it's unlikely. That's certainly a possibility. The other possibility is the Janury twenty first that they just say no. We're not doing this all just want her. She does only get one term and then she would get the she could have two full terms at that minus one day right. I really don't think they're going to be able to pretend she got elected though. I mean seriously. Even that's won't give her nomination like no one likes this lady. She might actually. I mean astonishingly enough be less likable than hillary clinton. She biden swears in and then ten minutes later. Drops dead kamala is president right. That's true right but paul. I believe his ideas that she's going to get about two years off of this and then somehow get elected well so the democrats just before. The election made sure that it was very clear that we can get rid of president based on a mental assessment. And if you can get rid of a president based on a mental assessment you can get rid of a president anytime you want because it just depends on. Who's doing them and assessment. We can find some psychiatrists out there right now that will declare me nuts and as a result all kinds of terrible things could happen in my life. So you know this is. It's it's a scenario now. Obviously we do need systems for determining whether or not somebody's absolutely bonkers in the white house. If this position is going to be important which. I don't think it should be the president that is then you need to have some systems for determining and i do think that that the democrats understand the problem that joe is facing in so much as he is looked at as somebody who is in the early stages of alzheimer's and we don't know what stages but he seems to have some issues with communication and memory and things like that Kamala harris you hang was picked based almost entirely on her race from the looks of it. And i think this is the worst reason to pick somebody but this is the world we live in today and also be why she gets a second term if that if he is declared incompetent or i mean he's like seventy something now older than trump democrats might elect her just because she's a black woman. Well i think that she was selected. Not only from her race but From the fact that she's terrible. i mean. This is the kind of woman who will keep who will knowingly keep an innocent man on death row so that she can get more labor out of him. So i think it's i mean. They picked anyone on death row. You don't get labor out of people but what she was doing was keeping California prisoners in jail longer so they would fight fires. These are the bravest and most successful firefighters in a state that has a lot of problems with fires and it is a You know. I mean she's she's been responsible for the incarceration of a heck of a lot more black people than any other black politician out there. And for whatever reason there's just pass given on that and i don't know what's going to happen i i hear that know republicans. Don't believe that there's going to be eight years of a democrat but it's it's just wide open. I'm not making any predictions at this point. Because we don't have any information the polls are all messed up. The media's clearly bias and that's the only information that we have and so what's going to happen. I don't know but the election was darn within a hair's breadth either either way..

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"janury" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"janury" Discussed on KCRW

"He urged the Angelenos who supported teachers during their striking Janury to vote in the election. In the new tax needs two thirds voter approval to pass. California has become the latest state to sue produce form over the way it sold. And marketed Oxycontin, attorney general Javier are Sarah says, Purdue must accept responsibility for the role. It played in the ongoing opioid crisis across the country. There's evidence that they knew that only what they were doing was wrong, but that the fact that they were doing. It was leading to much of the crisis that we see today they can escape responsibility for what your product does bazaar says Purdue pharma, and its former president, Dr Richard Sackler helped start the opioid crisis. And poured fuel on the fire, he used Purdue of promoting Oxycontin, as drug that wasn't addictive nor subject to withdrawal symptoms, while minimizing its potential for abuse, Sarah says in two thousand seventeen alone there were more than two thousand opioid related overdose deaths in California. Purdue has vowed to fight the lawsuits calling them misleading attacks. The proposal parcel tax measure e is not the only thing, some voters will be deciding. On tomorrow. One district in the San Fernando Valley has been a rare stronghold for Republicans on the overwhelmingly democratic LA city council, but that could change with a special election tomorrow as well as KCRW sterile sets reports technically LA city council races are nonpartisan, but the issue of party preferences a strong undercurrent in this race for the twelve council district, the seat opened up when Mitchell Englander resigned last year to take job in the private sector. He was the sole Republican on the council for years, the district, which stretches from Granada hills to west hills, actually, has more registered Democrats than Republicans these days, but it's still considered one of the more conservative areas of the city. Now, more than fifteen candidates are running for the seat if none wins an outright majority, a runoff featuring the top two vote-getters will be held in August and KCRW Darryl sats reporting. And today, apple announced a host of new privacy features that they're developer's conference. All this comes as the federal government increases pressure on apple and other big tech companies for. Antitrust concerns at the conference, apple also announced new software and products. One of those the Catalina that's apples. Next desktop operating system. Craig Federica is senior VP of software engineering at apple. So for our next major release of MAC OS, we're moving out of the desert into the beautiful waters off the California, coast place for sailing diving and so much more. It's MAC OS Catalina. There was also an announcement that many have been waiting for ages..

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"janury" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"janury" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"At seven two zero nine two four forty five sixty five and of course, today, we're giving the opportunity to sign up for the special event, mad has mardi ruby coming to town on may twenty ninth and you have the sign up for either the noon or the six PM event, both held at the office at that the paradigm group, I twenty five and Colorado. All you have to do is text the word event, if you'd like sign up for the noon or the six PM seminar, seven two zero nine two four forty five sixty five Morty, ruby, as I said, is a former CEO of integrity, life insurance company. He's got his own financial a business now in Louisville Kentucky. He's an actuary which is all about the numbers, so mad. I know you were getting ready to ask a question I had to cut you off you're running out of time in the first segment and I'll let you do that right now. That won't be the last time. Right. Mark. Probably not. Never is hey, Marty you're talking about the Trump tax cuts. And I've been a big proponent of, of people really starting to really wake up and understand what it is about taxes and wise is important when it comes to retirement, but what I get I get what I'm getting at is. When I hear people talk about the Trump tax cut they think, oh, did I get? Did I get to say taxes last year? What they're not recognizing is how important is this opportunity? We have with the Trump tax cuts when it comes to retirement, not only saving, but when they're in retirement and spending money. Can you talk a little bit about that? Sure a lot of people don't realize is that when this new tax law was passed it was affected. Janury first of last year. For corporations, the tax rates were permanent reduced. They went from thirty five percent tax rate to twenty one percent tax rate, and that's law until congress changes, but it's, it's law for now on for individuals for you and me. And all the listeners on on this this radio program. These tax cuts have a sunset provision, and what that means is that in after twenty twenty-five unless congress acts, which are three the scariest words in the English language when Alaska congress act, the tax rates, the lower tax rates automatically revert to the twenty seventeen rates in other words firewall, if unless something happens in between. But if congress doesn't act, they just let the law run itself after twenty twenty-five tax rates automatically go up, again to where they were prior to win this law was passed. It's called a sunset provision. Now, what that means is people use the term. Taxes are on sale. And what that really means is we have this window of opportunity between now and the end of twenty twenty-five to make our savings into more vehicles, that don't tax the growth. So, for example, if you're thinking about putting money into a Roth version of an IRA or four one K this time to do it because tax rates are lower you go on and pay your taxes on the original contribution, when you make it, but all the growth that in the intervening time before you're ready to retire. All that growth goes tax free. So, again, the theory is, or in this temporary low tax period, make use of that get your taxes out of the way today and later on, when you start taking money out, make sure that a good part of your retirement savings isn't a tax free vehicle so that when you start taking money out years from now you don't have to worry about these. Higher rates that by wall are embedded in our future, for twenty twenty-five mardi rubies coming to town..

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"janury" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"janury" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Body nobody including the president of the United States is above the law. The American people over right? Not guilty jury acquits white Pittsburgh police officer in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager, former officers attorney, Patrick Thomas. He's a good, man. Is he said to me so many times Patrick? Has nothing to do. With the kids color was what I was trained to do. White House says ISIS held territory in Syria now one hundred percent eliminated. Pentagon officials say not exactly there are still some pockets of fighting CBS news military analyst, Mike Lyon, has an ideology will remain for years to come likely generations. It depends on where it can rearm refit itself that it look for ungoverned space to do that it won't be able to do that though inside Syria as long as the Kurdish forces the Syrian defence forces as well as the small groups of United States troops are there. California. Governor Gavin Newsom will bypass environmental regulations he says to prepare for the next wildfire season. Seventeen was the worst fire season in California's history and tell twenty eighteen we can't allow twenty nineteen to maintain that status. President Trump has blamed California fires on poor forest management experts say climate change caused by people is more of a factor. It is out now, but a brief re. Ignition of that Petrochem plant fire south of Houston deer park, mayor Janury moten, very confident that through through in the best they can to dress the situation possible light show tonight depends on where you are Matt Uris Katie k Michigan Maine in some other states across the north could be in store for a northern white show. The National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration issued a geomagnetic storm watch they expect the storm to cause escalated geomagnetic responses for stargazers that means a possibility of Northern Lights. Yeah. Look to the north the lights will be kind of greenish. This is CBS news. Rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans. Rocket mortgage is with you every step of the way to provide a seamless mortgage experience push button yet mortgage. Feeling the burn..

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"janury" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"janury" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Licensed in all fifty states MLS number thirty thirty or transcripts. What are we going to get the fisa warrants themselves, the applications, what are we going to get the three o two's? When are we going to get the the gang of eight material? And and some of the other blockbuster information, that's all stuff. I guess the president has to release rather they're part that he could also work bar. I think the the key we need to look at right now is is over the next. And I believe it'd be is is going to handle this in the way the regulations lay out. I think we're going to number one is going to be answering for all these people who've been waiting on. When it goes by not collusion. You know, after they, you know, go crazy and and determine something's wrong. I think has to be understood here about this. And I think this is the protection you all way around is classified information going to be there. There's going to be sixty grand jury information, which is hampered come out. No about even forty fifty years, and they need that ongoing investigation. So I think what we're gonna do is get an answer. They're not gonna lie. What do you know about the attorney general the new attorney general I'm going to tell a chance to meet with him? Abilities history. What I do believe in our conversations that we've had I believe him to be very upright. I believe him to be willing to follow three years and not let it devolved into a Hillary Clinton violated the espionage act and obstructed Justice by deleting. Subpoenaed emails and acid, washing the hard drive and beating up her phones and blackberries. I look I don't record. I think those are all things that made me who is still in the military who has followed. You think the attorney general will follow up on that? I think what we go back to and. Not a conversation. He and I had on what your confirmation hearings. He said this is what I was. I was glad to say, especially when working Janury starting with the France, France. We did last week was he's willing to look into the problems at the J. And where those where that probably work if that leases back. Should I be unnoticed for tonight? Or should I be on notice for this week or tomorrow of inevitable for tonight? I'm good for tonight. Okay. Just checking your eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number. You wanna be a part of this extravaganza. Hey, there's still a lot more.

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"janury" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"janury" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"What's up? So my fiance, and I we started financial peace. Janury fifteenth were just finishing baby step one, and we're selling everything we don't need. So on the side, I make would and my question is is would that be considered a good side hustle and there so? How would you recommend as far as? Being sold the help bring income and so we can start working on her dead. No, the only way it's a good side. Hustles to the extent it makes you money. Correct. So you're making money. Not much at a little here and there, but something is better than not not really not doing it and doing something that makes you more money might be better. So you either need to get the your side hustle into gear and get it to making money or otherwise, it's a it's a causa hobby when when you run around doing stuff, you don't make making money that's called a hobby. So if you want to give this up and really get selling and build you a website get things moving get your production up on your side hustle. And let's start making some serious Bank with it to where you get the idea that maybe even at your fulltime career someday. I mean, let's get to go on. And if you can get that going. I mean, you you didn't make fifteen twenty thousand dollars a year on your side hustle. And when you get that going, then you then, you know, you gotta side hustle. But when you're making five hundred dollars every six months, that's not a side. So that's a hobby. Kathleen is whether it's in Norfolk Virginia. Hi, Kathleen, how are you? I'm doing well. Thank you for taking my call. How are you better than I deserve? What's up? So the good news is my husband has recently taken a job that he's making quite a bit of money. Good. And and however, we're at odds as to how to treat the two deaths that we have one is our mortgage and the other is another mortgage. And that's the reason I'm calling the mortgage is on a small apartment building. And I've been treating that baby step three. But wondering if we should actually be moving into baby steps four. So I don't know what to do. You mean? Baby. Step two. I'm sorry. Baby..

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"janury" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"janury" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Ease back to the upper twenty s to around thirty mid twenties to around thirty the week that follows for highs. I don't need this trouble. I just don't need. I know. I know I don't I don't Tom skilling. Brought to us by basements. I'm I at least we survived something. This is something we will talk about for a long time because I was just describing his to somebody who lives out of town about how what the color of the sky was here was different. Eerie experience something that we don't I certainly don't ever remember experience. I've been through this before. But I don't remember being out in it. I remember having this experience. But it is like the it's the light was different. The sound was different right Franken and. Visible properties to Arctic here. These very unique you get son dogs. You get light pillars Sasha the halos around the sun litter kind of prism colored. You get multiple what looks to be multiple sons on either side of the main disk of the sun in light pillars at night people who live out by O'Hare were telling me that the air traffic sounded much different tubes. The acoustics of the cold air different woman. Sound travels longer. Right. It does further. Yeah. I I had a woman who was of the university of Alaska in Fairbanks. And she was telling me that on these really cold mornings up there. She walked out of her dorm and tuna blocks away people were having a conversation. And she heard it like they were standing right next to her. Yeah. Now up there, you have a temperature inversion that was helping that along to. But that's that's pretty interesting stuff. We were fifty one was fifty one Bill that we wound up with ours below zero fifty two hours consecutively blows your of x the fourth longest. Of sub zero days. Yeah. On the books around here. And it was also the we finished the last week and Janury is the coldest last week in January. Thanks to they cold spell that. We've had and that was coming off a winter that it started tonight ten mile. So quite interesting. It was something and the pictures that are coming out of it. Now, I the again, I'm getting calls from people all over the country. Like my God what happened? And I'm like, well the picture as we've now learned the picture sometimes can exaggerate the effect. But there was some amazing. He's gigantic snow ice blocks on the beaches, and then the water smoking behind it, and then the beautiful, and that's the thing about the skyline of Chicago. Which is now in this massive change. We are this is the biggest this ten year period is the largest change. Stuck in in in the history and history of the skyline. Cincinnati. Says I started feeling all those buildings believe. And when you see what this is gonna look like at the end of next year when the final ones are are incomplete. It's they're pretty spectacular. The ones that have gone up along the river at the transformation there is just it's it's phenomenal. It's gorgeous. And in our lakefront Burnham had the right idea. You know, he's he envisioned all this is just stunning are lakefront. There aren't any cities. They can quite pair with that era. Come even close. It's it's amazing. That's one of the pieces of this that, you know, we talk about Chicago. We talk about it. And and, you know, thankfully, and I know that part of it was was weather related, but, but you know, we had the lowest number of shootings and murders in Chicago. Yes. Made in January January, you know as a singular month was was way down. Yes. But you also look at the amount of building and the amount of the the change in the city economically. This this city is getting a little bit smaller. But it is also other capita income's going up. There is you know, there are business opportunities. You see neighborhoods that once were either. There was nothing going on. They were they were industrial or they, you know, they've been cleared out. There's residences in restaurants and all kinds of stuff. It's really pretty amazing. It is amazing. I I live up in the edge water neighborhood. And we're course, we're right near Andersonville right next to them. And you know, what happened in the Andersonville is always a big story is happening now on Edgewater and look at the Wrigley. Bill mayhood. Donning gel in the nineties. Yeah. And I it was it was really a neighborhood. And we would you know, we'd like, you know, my daughter was young and we were walking around and trying to figure out where we were going to go get something to eat. And it was a whole lot of you could either have the Swedish pancake or you could have a full awful. To options. Right. And now you've got I cannot believe nightlife that is up there. Yeah. The restaurants there's too I just want to a new restaurant right across the street from loyal, and it's lovely. We tried it out last weekend. And it was just nice. But all kinds of neat stuff is the Davis theater. Still there. You know, what the four hundred is gone. The of the four hundred the cross, and I don't know. And I should know that I don't. Used to go there growing up but Davis is in Lincoln square. I'm thinking across Malloy along west. There was Davis Davis three hundred four hundred. Don't worry about nothing. We got it. All fine. You got all worked out as planned? I was always wondering there is, you know, it's usually like fast food restaurants right there along that strip there. Then there's the theater, but now it sounds like there's something a little bit loyal campus is totally change. It's lovely what's going on on campuses is great too. I mean, it's just. They've they've really done some amazing building and expansion up there, and it really is all for the good. It's beautiful. Let's see when the economy is good. How great things can. Yeah. Like. Her either. Yeah. Well, that's true. But the, but they do have there's yeah, there's restaurants. There's amazing stuff. That's happening. Even in neighborhoods that you that people had no hope for ten years. Oh, there are parts of Englewood. They're being developed right now that are absolutely. I mean, it is shocking is stunning to people who drive through there. And there are parts of the southwest side east side. And it's and there are just look at the west side. You look at how development has has grown through the west side. You know, it used to be a no-man's-land skid row they used to call it. There was just nothing, but a liquor stores, and and in drunks was just put call what it is lying on the street on Madison between the river, and then Chicago Stadium now it's million dollar row homes and businesses and the whole west loop and everything, and it's it's great. It's it's quite interesting to watch the transformation. That's gonna no question. That's making me feel better about the fact that there's.

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"janury" Discussed on Motley Fool Money

Motley Fool Money

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"janury" Discussed on Motley Fool Money

"People in the program is interest in the stocks. They talk about in the motley fool may have formal recommendations for against syllabi herself stocks based solely on what you here. Welcome back. The motley fool money Chris hill here in studio. Once again, Jason Moser Andy cross and Ron gross. Our Email address is radio at full dot com. And with the big game on Sunday. This is a very timely Email from Bill Davis. He writes, there was a great New York Times article this week about the huge growth coming in sports gambling based on recent legal changes and attitudes and outlooks in the sports culture. Can you talk some about this expanding market opportunity, and maybe suggest a basket of stocks in this area? Jason we've talked about the war on cash basket. The health and wellness basket is a sports gambling. Approach this from the perspective. I'm not a big gambler. So it's hard for me to actually see worthy competitive advantage lies in any one particular entity where I do feel like there is an advantage. No matter what that money's got to go from point eight point beans. I've talked often about how with this move. I think that all of these payments providers have an opportunity to make some money from this market. So the war on cash basket certainly applies there to a degree. But I'm also gonna push Bill over to our a reason episode of industry, focus Janury fifteenth, Nick and Osset did a whole show on casino, stocks and sports gambling. It's like an hour long. And they really dug into a lot of that stuff. So I I would encourage him to go back there. Listen to the January fifteenth episode of of industry focus Bill because I care about you and listeners I did a little research here. These are not recommendations, but the the main players here you want to check out the stars group. William Hill Boyd gaming and if you're fan of the fan duel type. Companies Patty power bet fair out of Britain actually acquired fan duel. So that would be a way to play that William Hill. No relation. No, no. Before we get the stocks on our radar any prop bets for the game of interest to you guys because the one that always gets me is the over under on the singing of the national anthem. I feel like like you Jason I'm not a big gambler. But I look at that. And think gosh that seems like the easiest thing in the world to fix, and it's usually really great fodder for the stern show that following Monday. Is they always have fun with that. And then juxtaposing it with Robbins efforts the national anthem one time ago. Funny stuff, you could bet this year and most years on the color of gator aid that will be poured over the winning teams. Wow. Seems like you could get a little insight info on that too. Absolutely. I'm happy to share some news. It is really the best kind of news earlier this week, our friend and colleague, Matt singer became a father. Jaber a healthy baby. Boy, and I'm sure Matt did a great job standing next to her in the hospital while she did all the work everyone's doing well. We could not be happier in part because all of us around this table. And also behind the glass, we were all fathers. And so we all know just how sleep deprived match the next year or so so with that in mind, we've got a very special stocks on our radar this week. It is stocks for baby ARGUS singer not that Matt is not a great investor. He is. But we're going to offer up some ideas for this baby boy, and we'll be conservative in our time line. Because look, you know, what this kid has a head of him many more decades of investing. So we'll put together some ideas for when he turns twenty years old so radar stocks for twenty thirty nine St. bride is not only going to suggest a stock of his own. But he's he's going to pick one for the baby to double doubts. We're gonna have a five stop. Portfolio. Ron you're up. I all right. If little baby arguing or is going to be a snappy dresser. Like is dad. I've got to go back to Carter's, cri. The leading manufacturer of children's clothing in the US under names like Carter's Oshkosh b'gosh as I said, they are the dominant player here..

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"janury" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"janury" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Clair's corner. Do have an everyman or indefens- of. We do have every man are we doing Clair's corner. Do I need to. Production is that name a segment I thought of it on the fly, but we'll discuss that corner Clair's quarter, perhaps she gets her own segment. I am I allowed to give out Clair's last name. Yeah. We do that thinking there's got to be like an Atkins like an Atkins diet. I think it's bad class corner. People ask her, but I think I probably gets used a ton. All right. Math mcconnell. Hey, the man himself. The film is called serenity. It's in theaters Janury twenty-fifty, huge get for sin falls. We have Matthew Mocatta. Hey, joining us to talk about his new film, Matthew before we talk about your wonderful filmography, and this film in particular from Stephen night. I know you're huge college football fan. I was there at the Sugar Bowl hosting the pre game halftime with Jesse Palmer. Enjoy Galloway and sure enough on the sidelines there we see Mocatta. Hey root for the hook them horns, Texas beach, Georgia in the Sugar Bowl Sem. Look great. How pumped are you about the return of Texas? Extremely you know, we. I mean, we we step out of our conference play one of the heavy dog, and the SEC we came out, and basically ran down the hill on them from the opening kick off, you know, the team was quietly confident along orange were Ellen or you know, showed how bright future he can have and how much he's evolved from last year. It was it was an incredible win a stepping stone on the way to where we're going. Deathly special there for your longhorns. Let's talk serenity this movie's coming out like I said, January twenty fifth, and I saw the film when I joined it. And I said, you know, what it's interesting, I wonder for Matthew how much of the appeal is this implying, a real Hemingway esque character, you know, this is a guy who's taciturn is a man of action has been in the army, he's obsessive about fishing with all. He cares. What's all he wants to do doesn't appear to have any friends aside from giant who's SU whose main made there? Did you see Hemingway when you envision this character when you thought about how you're going to play them? Yeah. Moby dick. This is old forty film. All this is offering Bogart these men that are, you know, Connex sort of island to themselves loner, you know, someone that really doesn't and placate anyone else. I plan to manage really escaped to this island in the middle of nowhere obsessed with catching this fish because he wants to catch this fish, I son. Well, it's it's not a healthy obsession he's been doing it for ten years and still only hooked fish like. Four or five times. But this is this man's life obsession to the point where he's, you know, partially insane. And then without giving any twist away that had that happened. It demands detective in his own life trying to figure out if he's real world. He's living in Israel in questions all of that. And as I said goes half mad through the journey of doing it. But it's the kind of movie that the first one I wanna see when I go to either I like a good erotic sexual thriller. A who done it a mystery somewhat of a horror film at the same time. And I like film that manipulates you tease you with what's coming. But you don't know what's coming until it gets there..

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"janury" Discussed on Extra Hot Great

Extra Hot Great

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"janury" Discussed on Extra Hot Great

"It is time for. The dial for stop tar area. I wanna talk about good trouble, which is spin off of the fosters on free form a show that had definitely story problems and blind spots, but which I generally liked lot. And I watched all of it this spinoff revolves around Kelly and Marianna to who are two of the show's best characters from the fosters Mariana had been kind of useless in the early going of the fosters until the writers locked in on making her kind of like stem science genius, which let them get into a lot of interesting stories about sexism in that area of study and interest and Kelly was unfortunately subject to various quickey story line which kept getting resurrected revolving around her having a sexual relationship with her adoptive brother, which no, but also got a lot of stories about our activism on behalf of foster kids in criminal Justice and stuff, and she had a long term romantic relationship with a trans man who was actually played by trans character, which was good for them to do. And fascinating to watch. All of that was what maybe hopefully. Oh, good trouble. Which unfortunately based on the evidence of the first two episodes is very annoying relative to what was annoying about the foster sometimes the fosters had a big time jump in its series finale that let us skip all of the older kids college years. So in good trouble Kelly's out of law school and Marianas out of mitt and they're both starting their careers in Los Angeles. How that timing? Workout works out is not clear, it seems like Kelly is done law school. But Mario anyway, they're only supposed to be your apart. Whatever moving on Orion has got a six figure software engineering job in Kelly's clerking for judge. So we have some realistic stuff about the income disparity between them and the friction that that would cause so good and Kelly being the poor one between them is the impetus for the to them to move into a communal living housing situation in downtown LA. And I'm sure that the writers thought that was a super smart pretext for all of these disparate young people in a variety of creative and social Justice field to have capital c conversations about capital is. Us over there communal dinner table, but that is very transparent and very irritating. And the second episode is about a party at the left where Kelly gets an emergency call about a high profile case that's on her judges docket, which she doesn't get because Mariana has talked her into getting drunk because she deserves a break and then Mariana hides our phone from her. So she can continue having fun, which no one in Marianas position with due to a friend never mind. Her sister is very contrived and very dumb. And I would also be remiss if I didn't mention that the show mentioned the show's co-option of Representative John Lewis his trademark phrase. Good trouble to describe his fifty years of civil rights activism and looks extremely idiotic. When overlaid on the battle between Mariana and her Sex's co workers to own each other with boob and bare chest shots in shared assets. Folder, plus, which it's free form. So they can't be dick pics, which they obviously would be real life just saying if you super love the fosters you will like trouble. If you hate watched the fosters you will def. Love to hate watch. Good trouble because everything that was bad about the fosters is like super magnified here. And I personally will probably watch when more even though I'm somewhat in between those two points on the spectrum. Meaning that it's a very C minus show and therefore expendable at this point in TV history for me, which was a bummer 'cause I was really optimistic about it. Good trouble batch. Oh, I don't have anything to plug the sweet because Sarah ni- recorded a podcast for someone else that went pouf. So instead, I will plug a podcast that I have been enjoying that. I have nothing to do with called the dream. It's. From slate. I believe Janury formerly of this American life has done this multi part episode show about multi level marketing schemes, which is something of living in the world. I am aware of but nothing that I've come up against or thank God. No one that I know as far as I know is trying to sell -sential oils. But. Late learning how the process works, and they really get into. It is super-duper interesting. So check that out the dream..

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"janury" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"janury" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"What do you think about that? Weatherman losses job for Saint Martin Luther the Coon. I should have been fired. I mean that doesn't seem like a hard call. Yeah. I don't think he should have been oh gosh. We're gonna political here. Medical segment, it's not political at all after tease physical. We go one on the rundown. Nosy? Thank goodness. You you know, I don't tolerate stuff like that. Just don't do you believe in accident. I think he probably acts on air like accent that it slipped out on accident or do you got tongue-tied Tong tongue-tied when I went back and listen to it. Like some other people. Yeah. But I wouldn't even go there. All right. So the Rams and the saints played week nine of the NFL season. Saints won the game by ten points. Rams. First loss of the season. Kinda started that middle six games with the Rams were less than their best six things have changed from that game to what's coming up on Sunday afternoon. According to Rams wire I'm gonna run down all six of these really quick you guys tell me which one you think is the most important and why this might go different number one. They have C J Anderson is now a member of the Rams number two Sheldon rankings is out that of course, is the best interior linemen Ford the saints towards achilles. He's out. Keep to leave is back. That's number three number four down. Dante Fowler juniors. Fulltime starter? He's become a regular part of that defense. Number five Cooper Cup is hurt. And number six is Ted Ginn is healthy and playing well, I would I would say one C J Anderson foot for the Rams to would be to leap. Three would be the de Lima from New Orleans rankings rankings four would be Fowler Cup or gin Fowler. Five. Would be gene six will be Cup Cup is at the end. Thin charity. I it certainly not at the top for me. I think that cups jerk Goth has been a different quarterback since Cooper, that's fine. But the Rams at thirteen four Janury four note he cannot fourteen three seven to win. Kind of the Dallas one, okay? There. They've won since Cooper Cup. So any that big of a deal? No, you want to push it up. But no, not you know, quite understand that there some energy in the room. That's not what I was doing. That I do believe there are moments still in which you can tell that he would like his safety blanket provisional question about that. But my point is it didn't take away from what the Rams were able to accomplish. Yes. The Rams weren't because coober couples there they they were not all of a sudden going to be the number one seed over all they were not, you know, because they may be. They didn't lose any meaningful game by not having him in though. Okay. Let's stop right there for second. Because I wonder if he's there Chicago, and he's running more those intermediate routes if he's there against Philadelphia, and he has they have another weapon there because in both of those games. Josh Reynolds, really didn't do a whole heck of a lot Rams in the Rams as a whole do a high. I agree. But when Goth was under duress most of the season the guy that he went to more often than not was Cup. And he was under duress like crazy in both of those games and Cup wasn't there. I'm not saying that they win both of those just say I'm saying as a whole overall the Rams still accomplished. Yeah. What they needed to accomplish to get to the Super Bowl possibly in s with him out of the lineup. Now, he certainly is in that six category. But I just don't put him ahead of the reason I put a get ahead of him. Because now you have explosive weapon on the field for drew Brees..

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"janury" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"janury" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"What do you think about that? Weatherman losses job for Saint Martin Luther the Coon. I should have been fired. I mean that doesn't seem like a hard call. Yeah. I don't think he should have been oh gosh. We're gonna political here. Medical segment, it's not political at all after tease physical. We go one on the rundown. Nosy? Thank goodness. You you know, I don't tolerate stuff like that. Just don't do you believe in accident. I think he probably acts on air like accent that it slipped out on accident or do you got tongue-tied Tong tongue-tied when I went back and listen to it. Like some other people. Yeah. But I wouldn't even go there. All right. So the Rams and the saints played week nine of the NFL season. Saints won the game by ten points. Rams. First loss of the season. Kinda started that middle six games with the Rams were less than their best six things have changed from that game to what's coming up on Sunday afternoon. According to Rams wire I'm gonna run down all six of these really quick you guys tell me which one you think is the most important and why this might go different number one. They have C J Anderson is now a member of the Rams number two Sheldon rankings is out that of course, is the best interior linemen Ford the saints towards achilles. He's out. Keep to leave is back. That's number three number four down. Dante Fowler juniors. Fulltime starter? He's become a regular part of that defense. Number five Cooper Cup is hurt. And number six is Ted Ginn is healthy and playing well, I would I would say one C J Anderson foot for the Rams to would be to leap. Three would be the de Lima from New Orleans rankings rankings four would be Fowler Cup or gin Fowler. Five. Would be gene six will be Cup Cup is at the end. Thin charity. I it certainly not at the top for me. I think that cups jerk Goth has been a different quarterback since Cooper, that's fine. But the Rams at thirteen four Janury four note he cannot fourteen three seven to win. Kind of the Dallas one, okay? There. They've won since Cooper Cup. So any that big of a deal? No, you want to push it up. But no, not you know, quite understand that there some energy in the room. That's not what I was doing. That I do believe there are moments still in which you can tell that he would like his safety blanket provisional question about that. But my point is it didn't take away from what the Rams were able to accomplish. Yes. The Rams weren't because coober couples there they they were not all of a sudden going to be the number one seed over all they were not, you know, because they may be. They didn't lose any meaningful game by not having him in though. Okay. Let's stop right there for second. Because I wonder if he's there Chicago, and he's running more those intermediate routes if he's there against Philadelphia, and he has they have another weapon there because in both of those games. Josh Reynolds, really didn't do a whole heck of a lot Rams in the Rams as a whole do a high. I agree. But when Goth was under duress most of the season the guy that he went to more often than not was Cup. And he was under duress like crazy in both of those games and Cup wasn't there. I'm not saying that they win both of those just say I'm saying as a whole overall the Rams still accomplished. Yeah. What they needed to accomplish to get to the Super Bowl possibly in s with him out of the lineup. Now, he certainly is in that six category. But I just don't put him ahead of the reason I put a get ahead of him. Because now you have explosive weapon on the field for drew Brees..

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"janury" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"janury" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"And I don't think his impression or whatever you wanna call it of of George Bush was particularly great like he was just playing Sam Rockwell felt like Daniel collusion and nominated for best supporting actor from. He was scariest shit, dude. Maybe even if you want to like, I don't think Black Panther Shubin nominee for best picture at all. You wanna nominate if you wanna give not to Black Panther put a put Michael Jordan for kill monger. Yeah. The best one of the top three antagonise this year. Now, we're talking like people still tweeting about Black Panther turn your fucking outrage somewhere else. Just going to say, we're the first and only podcast to publicly blog that Roma would one hundred percent win best foreign picture for. They want to do it. We let me check check. Yeah. We're the only ones who called it. Yup. Only ones that said that only one. Fate us so much. So if you go to our predictions, we we made graphics for every category than these and then the and then when when you when you scrawl the way down to our prediction for best. Best picture foreign language. I didn't we didn't take the time to put all the nominees. It just AS Roma's going to win or Roma win that was that was the easiest pick of the night. That was the that was such an easy pick tonight that no one even remembered it was easiest pick. Like, we forgot like we said earlier the easy. The big issue was lady Gaga song. No, it was Roma. But it was such an obvious pick that made a mention it which barely couple of other ones in that category. Really good like shoplifters, apparently, very good. But there's no chance compared to Roma. Beautiful movies guessing longtime, but that's Karan's. His he's the absolute king of the long take. And I love long takes. Yeah. No. He is. He's great somebody actually somebody. If I hate enough Koran because I said, I didn't like gravity, and then I said in like his Harry Potter movie, which is it was a fair question. Because like the way it came out like, I guess, I can understand why somebody would think that. But I was like, oh, no. That's not what I mean. Happen to not love those two movies again. I don't I don't I don't love Roma is much other. Who's very good top fifteen year for sure not gonna be everyone's Cup of tea, but it's too beautiful fucking movie. My God these things where I think you need to differentiate what you call five for best picture, and what you qualify for best director like the best movie of the year might not have been made by the best director, and like the best record mind on me the best movie that year. So that's where I think it's by no Momo's by no means my favorite movie of the year or do. I think it's the best movie that you're, but I do think that it's direction was the best. Yeah. Well, I wouldn't give it to took her onto for sure I think he probably will win director, which who director last year, what's his name Gilmore thorough yet. Wouldn't that? Hold on a second. Let me let me just double check. I don't wanna be. I've been to mad tonight to be wrong. Now online. I think that continues a streak of like of directors from Mexico winning best like best director. Oh, that's right. And he and he's. I don't wanna say going. No because Damian she's out one. That's right. So in two thousand in in two thousand thirteen Alfonzo co-run one four gravity algae Alejandra Janury to Berman to fourteen hour hundred to one for revenue into fifteen deeming Giselle, definitely nights states one of two thousand sixteen and then game or the Toro when last year for shape water. And now, there's probably a good chance. Funke Coronas gonna win fig ups to Mexico gone. It's insane to Mexico will have had. Let's see. That's math is cool. Five out of the left. Six. Best director winters the authors of Koran that's insane. This after this podcasters there's going to be like another one million dollars donated to build that wall fund. Fucking. That's crazy. That's crazy guy. Those are incredible movies too. And I mean, Jesus all will very will deserve just a fucking arms race. Now. Vittore gonna get back in the saddle make a. Make another movie went his second. What's next movie toga, God del Toro? Yeah. Let's see Pacific rim three this time..

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"janury" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"janury" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"And I don't think his impression or whatever you wanna call it of of George Bush was particularly great like he was just playing Sam Rockwell felt like Daniel collusion and nominated for best supporting actor from. He was scariest shit, dude. Maybe even if you want to like, I don't think Black Panther Shubin nominee for best picture at all. You wanna nominate if you wanna give not to Black Panther put a put Michael Jordan for kill monger. Yeah. The best one of the top three antagonise this year. Now, we're talking like people still tweeting about Black Panther turn your fucking outrage somewhere else. Just going to say, we're the first and only podcast to publicly blog that Roma would one hundred percent win best foreign picture for. They want to do it. We let me check check. Yeah. We're the only ones who called it. Yup. Only ones that said that only one. Fate us so much. So if you go to our predictions, we we made graphics for every category than these and then the and then when when you when you scrawl the way down to our prediction for best. Best picture foreign language. I didn't we didn't take the time to put all the nominees. It just AS Roma's going to win or Roma win that was that was the easiest pick of the night. That was the that was such an easy pick tonight that no one even remembered it was easiest pick. Like, we forgot like we said earlier the easy. The big issue was lady Gaga song. No, it was Roma. But it was such an obvious pick that made a mention it which barely couple of other ones in that category. Really good like shoplifters, apparently, very good. But there's no chance compared to Roma. Beautiful movies guessing longtime, but that's Karan's. His he's the absolute king of the long take. And I love long takes. Yeah. No. He is. He's great somebody actually somebody. If I hate enough Koran because I said, I didn't like gravity, and then I said in like his Harry Potter movie, which is it was a fair question. Because like the way it came out like, I guess, I can understand why somebody would think that. But I was like, oh, no. That's not what I mean. Happen to not love those two movies again. I don't I don't I don't love Roma is much other. Who's very good top fifteen year for sure not gonna be everyone's Cup of tea, but it's too beautiful fucking movie. My God these things where I think you need to differentiate what you call five for best picture, and what you qualify for best director like the best movie of the year might not have been made by the best director, and like the best record mind on me the best movie that year. So that's where I think it's by no Momo's by no means my favorite movie of the year or do. I think it's the best movie that you're, but I do think that it's direction was the best. Yeah. Well, I wouldn't give it to took her onto for sure I think he probably will win director, which who director last year, what's his name Gilmore thorough yet. Wouldn't that? Hold on a second. Let me let me just double check. I don't wanna be. I've been to mad tonight to be wrong. Now online. I think that continues a streak of like of directors from Mexico winning best like best director. Oh, that's right. And he and he's. I don't wanna say going. No because Damian she's out one. That's right. So in two thousand in in two thousand thirteen Alfonzo co-run one four gravity algae Alejandra Janury to Berman to fourteen hour hundred to one for revenue into fifteen deeming Giselle, definitely nights states one of two thousand sixteen and then game or the Toro when last year for shape water. And now, there's probably a good chance. Funke Coronas gonna win fig ups to Mexico gone. It's insane to Mexico will have had. Let's see. That's math is cool. Five out of the left. Six. Best director winters the authors of Koran that's insane. This after this podcasters there's going to be like another one million dollars donated to build that wall fund. Fucking. That's crazy. That's crazy guy. Those are incredible movies too. And I mean, Jesus all will very will deserve just a fucking arms race. Now. Vittore gonna get back in the saddle make a. Make another movie went his second. What's next movie toga, God del Toro? Yeah. Let's see Pacific rim three this time..

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"janury" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"janury" Discussed on WTVN

"For the defense. The only live legal show of its kind in Columbus. The offer one of Ohio's leading criminal defense firms your host of. Defense. Columbus attorney Brad. It's eleven thirty five Janury six two thousand nineteen. We are live in sixteen WTVN studios with Turney Brad, awful and. Attorney Eric stark master general for show of the year and this day in history. January six what do you have general? The only thing I could really find that was of interest to me was the debut of wheel fortune nineteen seventy-five. Well, there was there was a lot of things that happened. But he kind of has to sort of. Divide them up into time. Periods you go back a long ways, you've got herald the second became England's king this day in ten sixty six. Indeed, eighteen thirty eight Samuel Morse I demonstrated the telegraph as a practical invention coming more recently congress certified George Walker Bush as the president of the United States after the two thousand election in nineteen Ninety-four on this day. Nancy Kerrigan took one on the new out. Jessica louis. Yes. Yes. Going back again, fourteen ninety four I ever mass celebrated in the in the new world. Wait, did we just go from nineteen ninety four to fourteen ninety four? Yes. And then we'll we'll getting whiplash. Exactly. And then I'll whip you again here. Sixteen eighty one the first ever in history recorded boxing match took place at the residence of the Duke of aber Marl between his Butler and his butcher. Indeed. And then in nineteen thirty-one Thomas Edison submitted his last and final patent application to the United States patent office. He had many. Yes, this was for the underwater Whoopie cushion. Now standard equipment in all scuba divers dive. Oh, my. So the shutdown think the longest shutdown in US history. Twenty one days. Where are we right now? I think we're on the thirteen or fourteen and.

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Head of Oklahoma teachers union calls for an end to 9-day walkout

America in the Morning

01:42 min | 3 years ago

Head of Oklahoma teachers union calls for an end to 9-day walkout

"And cloudy our top local story this hour governor kim reynolds says president trump intends to expand e fifteen resolve the dispute with china and review the possibility of re entering the transpacific partnership reynolds and other governors met with the president and congressional leaders thursday at the white house to talk about agriculture and trade reynolds says the president understands that for farmers to be successful consumer markets had to be grown and not contracted our top national story teachers in oklahoma are heading back to the classroom after a nine day walkout while the walkout is ending today and we're going back to school we are not just giving up and going home oklahoma education association president alicia priests said teacher secured four hundred seventy nine million dollars in funding for the next school year pre said that will bill mounted the largest pay raise for teachers in the state's history to university of iowa graduates are behind the new blockbuster movie the quiet place we're not how the movie it'd be received we watched you know rough a few weeks ago and feel really grateful that audiences so far have kind of been latching onto the film that's brian woods he and scott beck started making movies and when they were kids in bettendorf the quiet place is a horror film about a family that must live in complete silence to to avoid creatures that hunt by sound the to say they got the idea while in a non verbal communication class at iowa movie has janury generated more than sixty million dollars in the us and local real estate agents are seeing high demand for homes in a specific price point the resale market when you get to fifty and under is is is as hot as it can be brennan buckley of the area association of realtors says there are about thirty one hundred homes on the market that's about one hundred more than we're.

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