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A highlight from The Mike and Mark Davis Daily Chat - 08/23/23
"Turbulent times call for clear -headed insight that's hard to come by these days, especially on TV. That's where we come in. Salem News Channel has the greatest collection of conservative minds all in one place. People you know and trust, like Dennis Prager, Eric Metaxas, Charlie Kirk, and more. Unfiltered, unapologetic truth. Find what you're searching for at snc .tv and on Local Now Channel 525. It is Richard Louis Springthorpe's birthday. You know him better as... Rick Springfield. What a great, great record. Jessie's Girl 1981. Okay, ready, Mike? Rick Springfield. How old? I'm just listening to you hit the post and I'm just wondering how excited you get when you hit the post. You love hitting the post. You're such a frustrated disc. Every talk show host wants to be a DJ. Every DJ wants to be a talk show host. Okay, maybe not everyone. Not me. Last thing I want to do. Go ahead. Rick Springfield. Dude, look at you. You always either guess low because you don't think we're all as old as we are, you guess comically high. There was a stretch there where all the rockers were getting old and you tell me that everybody was 90. You just about nailed that one. Rick Springfield is 74 today. All the musical birthdays you play, you always end with, and they passed away in 2012.
Panarin scores in OT, Rangers beat Sabres 2-1
"Artemy Panera and scored the game winner as the rangers beat the sabers to one and overtime. Rangers head coach Gerard gallant says Igor sterk and keyed the win. Jessie was the key in the hockey game in a different he was outstanding tonight and that's a good sign. Panera and converted to blocked shot into a power play goal, two O two into the extra session. Patrick Kane also scored for the second time in four games since being acquired by New York from Chicago. You should stop 32 shots as the blue shirts one for the fourth time in their last ten games. The Sabres lost for the 6th time in 7 contests as their playoff hopes fade. I'm Dave ferry.
"jessie" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
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"jessie" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
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Robert Wilkie on Biden's Latest Ukraine Blunder
"As secretary Robert wilkie. Welcome back to America first. So we as usual, we could talk for hours. Let's just have your reaction to what the incumbents said about a Russia and a Ukraine play cut. Better. And so I think what you're going to see is that Russia will be held accountable. If it invades, and it depends on what it does. It's one thing if it's a minor incursion and then we end up having to fight about what to do and not do it. The president of the Ukraine has been making public statements. He says there is no such thing as a minor incursion. Is he overreacting how much of a blander could this be? Well, it is on par for this president. It's on par for 50 years of being wrong about every major national security issue facing us. And I thought about just how wrong it was this morning when this administration refuses to supply the Ukrainians with weapons that can make colonel Putin's decision a little more difficult. And now they've bullied Estonia Latvian Lithuania into sending missiles to Ukraine. So now these three lilliputian NATO members should be doing the job of protecting you. Absolutely. Absolutely. And that's what this has come
Jessie Jane Duff on the Midterms and Biden's Afghanistan Disaster
A Look Back at Biden's Disastrous First Year With Jessie Jane Duff
"Can follow her right now Jesse Jane Duff if it's got 230,000 followers. You've got the right one, not only the gunnery sergeant. She is the former coach F of veterans for Trump and a colleague of mine on newsmax. Great to have you back. I'm so excited to be back. I love being in studio with you. So whenever I come into town, I'm pinging your team and I'm like, I'm here, I'm here. We are delighted the energy's always better when you're physically in studio, especially in this age of zoom and Skype. Enough of that, just because of the China virus, we gotta talk military got to talk about the minor incursion invitation that Biden gave to Russia and to Putin. But first, let's just let's just talk about the big picture. I did a kind of spontaneous monologue to open this show about the last 12 months of the Biden regime. Give us your take. Let's get your balance sheet of the year of what was that movie the year of living dangerously? This is the year of living with senility. Highest inflation rate in 40 years. That kind of sums up a good stop. Good stuff. For highest inflation rate in 40 years, you had to work hard to get here. You had to really work hard and to do that in less than a year and less than a year stunning. You managed to make us have the highest inflation rate in 40 years. And last night on newsmax, we were talking with Monica Crowley. Absolutely, and she was talking about how difficult it is to reverse that once that starts. It can take a very long time to strategically get things in place so that your economy can sustain itself. So let's go across this Joe Biden brags about increasing wages by 4%, but inflation is at 7%. So essentially, this has become a tax on the middle class and the poor. That is the taxes that he doesn't want to talk about because your cost of living has increased. So that sums up your lack of energy independence. He, which is going to go into our next topic of Russia, he has now enabled the United States to have to be dependent upon foreign oil, which we were energy
Congratulations to Jesse Watters, Moving to Primetime Weekdays on Fox News
"Now so a big congratulations first To my friend Jesse watters over at Fox I don't know if you saw it but it was just announced He will be taking over the 7 p.m. Eastern Time prime time show weekdays He will be still beyond the 5 so no worries there I know you guys like him on the 5 and ladies out there But yes he was named the permanent host You know they had a rotating series of hosts for a long time So congratulations You certainly earned it I'm on Saturday night now with Jesse and his ratings are incredible I know that because I pay attention to the Saturday night ratings I'm on Saturday night with him So he doesn't create job But if I keep smokes us a little bit thank God we're getting rid of Jesse Jim Move him along folks Move him along On December No no no I'm kidding I love Jessie's a good guy Congratulations
"jessie" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete
"Miniature reading. Because it's it's a dutch-speaking and they speak strong togo's while dot shifting still And undefined that very eerie the miniatures away it weird lead miniatures throwing not signs to me and i'm not other tend to be a person you design but i'm sorry two fish meeting some i did. Yeah i wanted. And i won't go. I won't felt ready i am. I didn't event actually showed them with sam baker for the concession but also for the miniature retrospective look lull gone. She said it's made away about mentioned different. It was like Fused with something. And i think that's natural with the confession it's in new near times Tentative question has Rule book that you've written a long time ago you can be a bit more. The edges have been sanded bit but she did say. I knew that point that. I had signed a contract to write about anything. 'cause it wasn't written sources like but that was interesting to me as soon as i start to Different energy and as soon as assaulted ryan At his points out sloshes like it's like she's to synthesize to you all in this session research seven so she's growing bit with me and yet it just. I mean it wasn't easy. It wasn't easy right. I've thrown away hundreds of thousands. What's to get to the book that it is now and making trans. It was a bit night taking small toys out of toy books and lining la today. But i wanted to be very careful not to not to make kind of pastiches. The miniature is like in of tunnel or atmosphere but also to honor that book but bring it on. So it's eighteen years old. And i think i've succeeded. Fighters are constantly and just to hear you talk about the energy that you had the feeding have. Because i've been tweet seventy writers. Now i feel like that is common theme that there needs to be a feeling that needs to be needs to palpably live and feel is ready to be born in a weird way and why turn I think all of that kind of i used to resist so restore pregnancy in just station. Metamorphose that she when you think about it with your amana women writing all natural something very crowded inside of you and then at some point it comes out hand. It's not yours anymore and you can't look after it as guardedly as you have It has to be born and that's When voices that we lost feel like bass. I stay frankly though. I just feel like that when they get a little mix on how they out fairly well. We'll because it really is the year we've just hired as well or show say two years also coming out with a new book by these are the moments we thinking. Thank you thank you thank you. We'll thank you so much for doing this. I love how you speak about how you make your art and and how you live your life and if i talk to you again for another episode one day i want to ask you about travel and maybe you'll be doing more traveling. Well who knows. Maybe i'd love to thank you so much for talking to me about your and medusa is out now. I believe link below the. Yeah thank you so much thank you..
Barry Carter on His Biggest Influence in the World of Poker
"Who would you say is your biggest influence when you entered the world of poker williams's Well known as in the states which is funny. Because he's american but you know the puck come and take suggests he may. I've heard the name. I don't know if i could pick out of a lineup. Thyroid opinion just as the greatest commentator whole time He is an american poker player but he he kind of. He really made a name for himself in the uk and ireland he. He commented all early shows late night. Poker in the the most Solve foundational exactly the voice of late cocoa tv shows and When i got into the reason why is good is because he's very infused attic kind of guy anyway but he plays the he kind of plays the full of it and he asked lots of very naive questions as if he doesn't understand what's going on but what he's actually doing a stand in for the audience is asking the questions he knows. The audience wants now because the truth is like very few people know more about jesse might He is an absolute scholar of the game. A great historian of the game. And i suspect he's actually a much bad play of the lesson because he strategically always knows the writing things to ask. So when i first got into the puck medium at the really. Wasn't anybody around. That had been doing any kind of polka media. Work of any note ban and jessie mae was one of the only ones and yet. Just jesse j definitely jesse nice game is. It's a real shame. The is actually not as well known in the states as in the rest of europe. Maybe that's why we like him so much. He's kind of like one of as from the from the
"jessie" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"Field. It'd be don't like traveling either interesting. Yeah none of none of my family. You want to go anywhere. Outside in south circular. An in the moment. I get any west however much. I'm enjoying it counting the days till like whereas put me in january. Wanna be somewhere where. No one's been exhibit munich hermit yet so the food would be simple. You'd stay in battersea a have a good book absolutely have to have a book. Just die so maybe we okay so this is a this is not what as well as i feel with the last supper but that's okay should remain to put a books instead. What it is is such. It's the company so much more than the food. I would not leave tonight saying so. That land is absolutely wonderful. I would say that. But i'd be much more talk about what the conversation being about. Food is not stop derby and wasted spoke. Both i shouldn't be afraid until toys. A little toby up very pie tin which is pretty much from.
"jessie" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"Features shabby shabby is the word for the movement of how you move the beef around and then the the water when you're putting continually this beef in gets basically turned into almost like a shoe or bribed and then heathrow vegetables in it and then by the end you have the broth. The cooked all the food. Nice and it's beautiful. It's most amazing. Is you have to wait till you eat the broth born to finish all the beef. Have i mean like you have to let that cook for a while to get. The beef is wrong when he goes in. And then you are cooking the as it goes your jerry. You're doing it doing all and they bring these beautiful plates of these incredible peculiar mushrooms. All these japanese like japanese food love it. I love it. i'm not you don't like it. You try not to eat meat fish. I haven't eaten them lampton. Las fine yet. With who is that. I do not touched. -tarian cook not understanding. You think your drink vegetarian. You're no good but what you forget. You're you're right. You're absolutely fine. No mitchell fisher. Possibly now you veggie to be honest listen nice. They're pounded i. I'm really miss but bogus to say about five burgers a week still really getting them from getting them from all over the show was going to nice places and get dirty king and then not do go go to the booze leeann posh burbs all of them that you will always order on a menu monotony mall. No beyond birkenau does not honest burger deal. They on our burger and bricks in this pre delicious behind. Why have you not me even joking. Bob bob this dog that we can just takeda to get on the podcast. He just wants to be through. Desperate and wedge. You get help from so i was. I went out to sicily to see a friend. Show up to go and see some friends out there. And i got there my friend's girlfriend. Jade found this poppy in the middle of the road and he walked in and i fell deeply and he put on the floor. And i thought that's my kind of guy. Relate deeply relate with this and then brought him back. he's as an why he made me do. I suppose affiliation with with an animal of the son gets to said. When he was on the farm he saw lambs playing. I just changed. Things are so lambs recently in ireland..
"jessie" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"To linney on a friday. Yeah the great big meal. It was not some little snack. Columbus schmidt. I'm here now. I'm you knew she. She didn't make it was an in the state. I want to be one of those cooks. Who says oh come in. i've just put something together. I call i have to plan on. I'm sure you can make a good cat show. Peppy fuel catch show peppy. You notice it's pastor with a modified palm is on and she's with someone just kind of be asset round. Think about auto langi in this situation. Where when we went for a brunch with him. He prepped everything so then let me just staring effort to be fair to him when i said to him yotam i him quite well. Samuel tem if i did this. I'd have been not put three o'clock in the morning. He said to be on his perpetual yesterday. I'm always very pleased. T- yes yeah. Something i remember of clair's cooking and always kind of idol and jax after party and cloud the debrief the night cousy. She'd be up and should be sitting in her kinda like cigarette. I think you'd the only person that's still buys condo. I found it a one and it was a great thing. That happened is not great for you. How come i never the doctor. And all they know who endlessly telling me what i should do a non stop of the dot. Hey listen if canberra listings including preserving class life on cigarettes. One thing. you've missed out talking about legendary. Fish pie west puts bulldogs and i've never had your fish. You genetic collie cheese which is yet roast fabulous. Your voice agree. Yes roy dinners. Say here. I also feel like it's really important to point out that clap in your day was the first person to combine mom. I m peanut. Butter and trees had the cheddar. Cheese is just like that important topping. You were the person that lay about your other. People do it now. You joking mom might do a tub of mixed peanut butter. Mom mind that she be a candidate class. You know my poor mother used to be soap. Cooled kadam yeah so my mother and choose her may something so. My mother went shoots. Little girl wrote to them. Saying i've got this wonderful idea. Why don't you call it. Katom for madame de sticks safety. Tom for bedroom is the life these people do. They still do it around. Where will go without taking lawyers to the. That's we've talked about jack. And i'm meeting on first secondary school in us becoming great friends but before that clad you have a really interesting family very bahim. You grew up in chelsea to artists and what was food. Light on the kings road live sixties. Yeah right okay. So the world's the chelsea kitchen yeah society left about fight six years ago something which everybody went through because it was like two and six months. So you've got all the old ladies with no money. go again. have lunch. Shed that was it for the time that the all the public that you go food in. But i was thinking on the bus here thinking about what i had at home. And this peculiar thing where everybody was sort of so thin and yet every days we got a new cake the my mother would make so. You'd get a big bank a big baker. So you'd get this chocolate cake and then two thousand finished by the five faster than two days later. You get lemon k. Two days and she was great he cooled. You know when you may not of you know a pastry pastry cook. And so she do is be making things like freak pudding and state complies and all that and she breathe their binding of this pastry. Yeah a bold. I got mom yulia. So kevin she said no. I know donning. She'd say things in life you have. You don't rubber like other things. I happen but she was very beautiful. A really good cook. But i didn't like pasta so on my wedding day. She made cheese souffle. And i thought i was going to be sick of this stop. I founded what. What time of year did you get married october. Okay so shows tree souffle and then she'd made dispatch show which i also could style. I have to say something i try to avoid. I would have thought you'd like that. Just i love hong kong tomato soup however a friend of mine did do a good summer because everyone was like. This is actually quite delicious. Answer me this. How long have you had that mattress. Because it's looking even lump here than my lockdown love handles and while those might be more cuddly a lumpy matches is doing nothing your comfort levels.
"jessie" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"I can't get there then. He was off some of those dishes. That mom was making. Yeah member any of them for me. Is i remember the jewish meals the mantle. Because i had though matt symbols to sue. Just check in. Yeah that was the stuff i can. We're trying to remember for me. It's all it was ordered. Incredibly like warm and cozy cooking which i always being the various stole laws of the last here a few months ago and i left and just idiot about five helpings of that chocolate thing. You've done us off. Take myself home about four in the afternoon. The two hours. Every time i come at things. I mean is touted thing. Lemon ice cream were also. He's coffee one. Yeah agent role phrases. I agree with you jockey was. It was very very cozy terribly organized. Things that are popping out going into separate missile say do say there was a lot of fighting as well bit between. Yeah the civilian. Asta smug fighting up. Something that reminds me of the penalties is slow lamb ultimate meal. Yeah you you do it really well thank you..
"jessie" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
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"jessie" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"Questions. Just feel such a good question. Fool you. I mean it was a leading question because i feel like yeah. You've learned to ride the bike. You've written this book you're going back into kind of front interesting thing is my immediate reactions. I think about that is. I think i've got a fantastic wife and two lovely kid and you know. I was in on the street with my son. Sam the on the other day in this post me and said i really wish you. A prime minister may and carried on. Well you know what below put it may. I didn't said to him had discussion with him. I said it kind of would have been pretty crap for you. If i'd been promised it wouldn't any goes yup definitely a little boy. I'm so he must have been awful would have been. Can you imagine how tiny blaze kids like. They had a really raw. If you're you're so you know. I think why feel most happy about is my family and and the relationship i have with them and you know. I think that when i was leader i was sort of present absent while i was absent. And then even when i was present absent and so you know i think the i really care about the book and ideas and nothing. That big change. We need in the country. And i haven't given up and i think that's really important and that's why i'm still want still doing what i'm doing. And i'm happy to be on the bench and doing the podcast. And all that and i feel most blessed and lucky bob with my family and last question last questions over already. Yeah sorry claiming the money night should get. You'll get kicked out. You can stay like eight minutes day. Isn't it that no. She's not actually apologize. Do they should be might be big night and might not be big onerous night. I am not is when we go cold right that choice. Go to question tandem tandem. I wouldn't mind naked naked. No atmosphere i hear your offer to lenny by. I checked naked. Lenny nine naked on the tandem identity. Doing i think no bacon sandwich. Like well onto this g that you've got good table manners. Admiral van no. I mean you'd have to tell me. I think you look seconds. That's that has a real totally genuine. The psych nightline and long gone carrier. He song would you if you had to karaoke happy. I'm sure labor with jeff. Actually done it with jeffrey sarah. Why the took me to a karaoke bar. Why did they turn me the karaoke thing. What did you say. I can't even remember sarah. His wife doesn't incredible. Billy joel was it. We didn't start the fire. Oh yeah okay so. You didn't say you did sing but you can't remember. Just blotting al. I think you ballots man or hip hop fan. Do you like music as crop music. Sort of dataman. Har i don't take on me. Oh my god yeah take over. That's a good one for. I did online. If you don't seem to last the hang on the lost like the lost late with all the blood instruments to rescue my political career after a loss.
"jessie" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"Whatever had a bit of time in malta. Safer at and you know you've done a few deflection. I can see this. But now i need you to answer. Starting may all up half now anytime meal chat about things and has you know what are you gonna do. It doesn't have to be spring. I'm going chinese. Oh bring roles. Peeking peeking dumpling. Love your pancakes. So dumpling dumplings. I've never had a peek. at people. Were peaking duck. Dumpling notes like peeking of stuff inside. Where'd you get this memory. No memory of being with my dad in american going to it was such an amazing thing to go out and have chinese. Food was good in america. Tomorrow you off the cold tomato pasta and so you know it was such a treat to go to. It was called the hunan restaurant and to go. I think it was in watertown massachusetts. Waltham massachusetts so spring rolls and peaking dumpling moo shu chicken. So moosh shu is like ain't k. full. I'm going full full is john. Is this starter. Still main moses. My and it was like of remind me of my dad this choosing and it will be sort of very thin pancakes with a bit of resources or something and then it was chicken and beat instances but chicken and bean sprouts and stuff and it definitely remind me of my childhood. That's sort of the veggie. He'll do become of non adult and pudding. Do i choose for putting Not so much actually like chocolate cake. Okay number chinese. No that's fine though but like a particular chocolate keiichi get by is somewhere in your area that you love chocolate cake homemade birthday. Chocolate cake is a really good chocolate. A sasha tool no just a brother plain chocolate cake so that's my choice drink Some nice wine now..
"jessie" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"It was my mom. Who did the cooking. You left wing views and traditional in your not much more. I've tried to be more consistent. Lenny definitely try cook. Yes i do you so do. What's your what show go to dish. I'm a recipe for lower raw than a recipe box follow a recipe for lower and also the might children of like questionable food. So you know. Still still of pastor. And probably i mentioned the tomorrow so no. I'm i'm surprisingly able to. But i'm not somebody thinking about. My mother was a needle recipe. She's just she just seemed to russell things up whether it was stuffed cabbage or meatballs or chicken or jinglin couscous. Or whatever it was she just managed to do. I don't know what it was. just had. She just had it. Yeah we've been mike cooking out of pilot like recipe. Berg's a good question of been using bbc. Good food because we all do. Yeah bbc good food us all look on the internet. I'm adjusting say. I'm very good at buying cookbooks. Unless bhutto following a beautiful nice pictionary the beautiful elements. I would really recommend by children joke about this. I'm a big reader. The new york times the new the new times cooking up really definitely followed times cooking to download it. And you have would be. That would be my go-to made just in this sort of tomato white bean soup recently. She was the first time made. It was okay in the second. I'm not so good but so you can sort of is really services. I think it's great. Yeah i'm where do you go out to eat. Do you alan. I forgot more going out. Yeah we've been a couple of times. This actually brain is italian. Place in amina a cure in quick town where we live. we like to shoot them judiciary. Yeah kings cross. Moreover it's our tenth wedding anniversary on thursday tomorrow. Tomorrow is smart person. I love mara. They just use favorite my favorite. They do that lamp that saw to which is great. You have to sit with the food. Massoni closer to you. But i was wondering i mean what was it like when you were the leader of the labour party going out. Did you feel like everyone had a point of view to tell you going out whether it's eating out. Did you avoid in this conversation. She would say it was grip was it. I think it was pretty. I you know i think. In retrospect should've realized more of the time. I think it was significantly grim. Ah for her than it was for me. Because i think you you're powerless. Really as a spouse. You'll powerless to do anything about whether it goes well or badly really fundamentally you can provide support to your in her case a professional woman. What does she do. She's eichel judge. She's now a high court judge bushel. Second but she's like my wife she was then a lawyer. Environmental lawyer not is since i still needed. Her career has taken us. We have accused the deputy high court. Judge michael which is rather suggest how much i was holding back. But so and do you remember. Actually i think it was more or maybe during the leadership campaign. But i can't remember. I remember saying that with one particularly groomed weather tomorrow and it was sort of like she felt the eyes of the bull restaurant on look very fresh in certain. Look if you look at them. I probably feel and look. I did feel sorry for care. I feel sorry for anyone doing that job. It's a very exacting job. It's a very exacting but there are more difficult jobs in in and you choose it. Yeah major doing exactly. Yeah exactly think. Jeremy was your natural successor natural successor. I mean you talk about activating young people. He certainly your love term year. But i think here is fantastic. But i can see you think he's fantastic. Because i think he's forensic. I think is a good honest man. I don't think he's full of bullshit. I think he means what he says. I completely agree with you about him. He has decency he has integrity in spades. And i think the more people know about him and get to know by him the more they will like and i think he's come in a most difficult time. He often jokes this year. He's literally not spoken to an audience at all in his first year because of social and so on so it's a very odd bentley difficult time the challenges but he's got to look as if he's supporting everyone also the other thing about that job is honestly line not my own. Well you know everyone in the labor party thinks that you know advice for you about how you must smile more smile less. Do this more do this less. You know it just sort of slightly comes with. And i think the thing i learned the most and maybe i should on this more. Is you to be yourself. You call pretend to be something you'll not now. She johnson does pretend to believe him to one side for a second. But i think you other people. I think it's just you got you got to sel bring who you are. I think the public won't but you see the something about. boris created. This boris person that if you call him. Boris also allies. Campbell goes on about that. He's boris johnson jolla with this to me yet but he's created this thing he's boris you know who ruffles his hair and his get things wrong. A bear god the long view on these things you know the the reality is that we've been through such terrible moment country and let's be honest about it would have challenged any government but it's come out of nowhere but you know nobody expected you know if we all been saved each other. We have a year of social distancing and all these restrictions and we'd never believed as always been totally unprecedented. There is a natural tendency. You see this right across the world for people to be relatively generous to the governments to sort of to give quite a lot in saying okay. Well you know. It's hard. And i think the question is not. Where are we now. The question will be well. Who's got better view of the future. I think there is going to be a sort of the world of the pandemic and the world after the pandemic. And i think they are two different things really and the thing for labor. Just go say well. This is what we do for the country and then people will have to make their mind. I mean i agree with you. The boris is a boris johnson. Is there is a figure. I think they're public of that much in love with their..
"jessie" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware
"Lie is just not everyone's so numb to boot. Salaciously thought about when i read your book and read it memorized issue but your idea is that we should seize this moment and make changes and however big bell. We should think yeah. We can do this separately. But don't you think that people have become kind of numb in a slightly younger people because nothing changes you know ups though. I think they're quite think to venture what i think i mean if you think about younger people they they will give me hope because they are passionate about. Climate change all racial justice. All of these our society. I mean impatient and rightly so. I think you'll sort of look that needs to be a proper inquiry into up basically and i think in the moment it's going to be. He said he said isn't it. Yeah so this is. I'm not under subject. But this is your this is your. This is my house. This is where you grew up. So i'm still here but i'm thinking i keep on looking at modern house to see see if i can move to something. New newer and smaller in this area will probably nearer to a little bit. Just three new cross right. He's a pioneer a long way from pansies daily. The we don't have a good jewish jelly. He's pretty good favorite day balls in new york. Save bosnia's is famous deli. New york know ross side. Upper with cyber you might be elsewhere as well anyways. Where are you when. I lived there when i was eighteen with my dad and we could say bonds. So let's talk about your family and growing up because you moved around. Yeah he was cooking. And what we we in so many different scenes because mum comes from pose. Yes my yes so my to the both of them are refugees. My dad came here with his dad. Just before the nazis arrived in brussels he came as a sixteen year old with nothing. He came as adult milliband his on his landlady said we have you cooled off. You're gonna be ralph at to. You're going to be ralph from now on because it was put on ice. May i think he thought his. I think he was with a ph. But i don't know well. He was used to say i was thinking. Obviously it wasn't for that point. W will not as nice twenty four anyway. He so he came here and then he's learned english and was in the navy and they let people who came from abroad into the rule navy. Yeah no they absolutely did because he was like what they call a headache. He was somebody who listened to the radio transmissions to try to break said. He wasn't good. But i think a levels. I think he was acting technical college. Did you learn english today levels. And then i think you started at the london. School of economics then went to the rule navy and then finished off to the war and then my mom was denied. Did she lost her. Follow the We only found out in twenty fourteen. When i went to yet vashem as she exactly where my grandfather had died the year it was in a labor camp german labor camp. Well i mean. I think lead becomes quite the right web. There was like a starvation companies to build a german airfield in helping offing. And to be fair. And it's quite what's happened. Since is quite inspiring. Because two teachers said she'd been covered up that there was this labor camp wells of jews had been transported from auschwitz to that build this field at the end of the wall and it had been basically covered up by the town and then these two teachers will. We'll talk have this covered up so they kind of surface the paused and one thing after another. They is now memorial. And i've we. I went with my mom and my brother and my mom and my grandfather was buried in a mass grave. But then there is a proper memorial now and they've really done an amazing. They've done the amazing thing. I not almost ninety and she was hidden. I mean eventually she's convent and then hidden by a catholic family who saved the life and the life of her sister and and she said they sheltered her mother her and her sister and then eventually she came here after the war. I'm glad to meet with met at the llc. Because beth wellman and my mother was a student any election. Can you the younger brother yell. So you grew up with dave and who was an. Did you have family meals cetinje. Yes definitely you eating. What were we eating. I think family big fifty family. Why big food family. My mom was a great cook. Actually she just cooked dishes from all over. The world is my memory of it What might she my grandmother. So my grandmother lived in israel and then came to live in in england and she would cook traditional jewish food. Chicken soup chicken soup multiple definitely be definitely so growing up. Your mom was the kirk. Definitely my father was quite quite in views but quite traditional it is. I remember i I did live in america at one point and we spent three and a half months together. I was out of school in the uk. And i mean he was pretty dreadful cook and we st quality faster with tomatoes from the tin and about two weeks before the end. I remember eating the pastor and the tomato sauce and looking at the jar saying dad. I think you're supposed to warm up. D'amato.
Gainesville Considers Moving Midland Train Engine
"Gainesville, announcing yesterday that engine 209 will be moved to Midland Park from its current location on Jessie Joel Parkway. City manager Brian Lackey says it will be in a historically accurate location and will be incorporated as a key element in the new and larger pardon random part of town. We think that we got a good story to tell He says. The new why Park will be more family friendly than the current location, which is just off Jesse Jule
AnnaLynne McCord Reveals Dissociative Identity Disorder Diagnosis
"About some news from actress Anna Lindh. McCord. This is making some pretty big headlines. Today. She is saying that she has a disassociative identity disorder that she was diagnosed with this And she's opening up about it. This identity disorder by the way, previously known as multiple personality disorder, If you've heard it referred to is that you can know that the terminology has changed. It is now called disassociative identity disorder. And, um, you know, she's been in all sorts of things, um, 902 and no nip Tuck. She says Now. Yeah, that's right. Off course. Are you serious? I'm serious. She was in the re boot She played Yes. Everything coming back tonight. She wasn't the reboot. She was played Christopher Ewing's girlfriend, Jessie Metcalf's girlfriend. What is your name again? I'm sorry. Anna Lindh. McCord. Okay? Yeah. Anna Lindh.
"jessie" Discussed on Beekeeping Today Podcast
"jessie" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"At the end of the video. I love the saw. Thank you. So what other collaborations have you done. Well not so many. It's actually really recent. Kind of i mean i work with my band In a way that super collaborative so we just kind of jam stuff until it takes. Its own foam. I don't ride at arrangements or anything because they're fantastic musicians. And i love this process of of Multiple conscious consciousnesses consciousnesses. Whatever can attributing to one one piece. So i think if i were violent pot it wouldn't sound like does or whatever so working on a new record now with with new bandon and they're just full of ideas and they really stretching material in really exciting ways But also i sometimes will write with a friend from australia and we just chat send each other kind of ideas. And i'm each the finnish lyrics and this type of thing but that's really knew that's really in the last couple of months and it's really. It's really exciting. I would love to do more of this type of guy writing staff because it really it really loosens things up. She tracks here turns out on someone else in lows who went to brazil written by yourself right. The ad is so. I saw you play the guitar and vocals combos tracks. Are they any other instruments that you play or just like with a guitar. I mean i played keys really quite fine in australia. But if you don't use it you lose it. I place watch anymore since. I've been on the road because i don't have a keyboard medina living in the time so i used to bike keys. Not really so. I guess just singing and guitar some and we're not playing today But talk about the track here now. Which is the title track from your ep. The coming out yeah. Here now is actually pretty beautiful story. It's ira in israel in this community. That i was living in which the land that we that we lived on back onto this big desert plain and It was some magical displays. A country. Lieven describe the the essence of this location. But we i used to watch the sunset every night. When i was over the desert landscape like backing onto desert mountains and it was just like sometimes a learn sometimes with friends sometimes sometimes in like joyous rapture and sometimes in whatever processing whatever the day had bought and so i i one night took my guitar up and i had a to d i'm often working jennings and i had a tuned open so it means when you strum it play nice code without even putting any fingers on until now and i and i went with a little bit of weight from kind of Things that were coming up from leading in the desert and watching the sunset every night because things come up and i was sitting and the wind started rolling in and it started to play my guitar. Like just i'm revote reverberating kind of d chord in the wind and it was just like Oats magical and then. I started playing codes of he. Now edge sounds magical with discussion. Puts me right where you were like. It was amazing azriel rain. It really doesn't feel at all like i wrote. That's one it just feels like a real offering from playing early co at title track of the fourth company. He can talk about that about the trust. Is it going to be and it's got five tracks on it Three of them are going to be single. Say you'll you'll heard most of it but they'll be more dot cafe and he now that'll be surprises and it's coming out on february the twenty six on all the platforms and blah blah saas. So i visit the. Ap jeb anything else plan for the year More music yeah working on getting getting together. some resources for the next recordings and now sat on the as soon as i as soon as it's available to me And then yeah more music. And then lucy i. You can't plan anything else really because of this fire. So it's it's really easy choice. What can i do Well i can always make music for. Let's keep making music is also it despite the pandemic Early music seems so quite busy. Yeah it's it's really. It's really good because yeah you're allowed to meet up in groups of three and so in in bigger spaces five and it means you can. You can have rehearsals. You can record if you're careful of still. Yeah that's good to hear. Just performance is actually kind of good for recording that performances. you didn't get Kind of less distracted or less busy from gigs. or whatever. Just focus us on make. I look forward to hearing the hall piece. Because what i have her decision. It's a definite the album to have on a playlist Purchase definitely listen to so what social media channel. Are you most act up like fans wanna follow you question. And fortunately all of them but i guess instagram is probably the most slam Real the gets and facebook is pretty good too but you can also if you wanna buy my music so been check out my band camp page. 'cause i'm they often have a friday special. Where all the money goes to the oddest. And even not i get a lot more money per purchase than spotify and my Physical cds will be on ben camp when the ap comes out for to bank camps where it's up so bad so bad camps still running those friday Spotlights for the artists or they get they are just get sworn the money. Yeah great yes great because they started just after the pandemic shutdown started happening which serves a testament to the platform yet. I think good now our says this war.
"jessie" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
"And give it a lesson. Sometimes i wonder came and this is all just shitty pucks feeding and the more i get nice. The mom never see anyone.
"jessie" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Soundtrack is New Jersey one a 1.5. Jesus is a friend. You know, he's been a good friend of mine. But lately, something's changed. It ain't hard to define. Just got himself a girl and I'm gonna make him mine. She's watching him with those eyes. She with that body. I just not only her later tonight. No, Listen, I had just seen Jessie's But one night They loved Leticia Raid That doesn't seem to be a reason to change. You know, I feel so dirty when they start talking cute. I want to tell her that I love her, but only just brother moved because she's watching. And she's loving him with that body. I just know it. So finish a little late at night. Trixie. Justice. Just get out. Jessie's girl. Morning. Woman, Dr All the time. Wondering what she don't see me funny of it, too, with lines that go with us, Mr..
"jessie" Discussed on The Schmidt List
"Jessie how are you today. Thanks for joining me. Thanks for having me so tell me about stall what do you do over at stall. What's the type of work do you do it for. And then what's your role. Sure so construction actually. We're going to be celebrating our fortieth year. This year are commercial. Construction company based in northeast. minneapolis. I will be the second offense in des moines as well as a commercial contractor about half. The work we do is public sector work. I work a lot with cities school. District's fumbles planning and then their construction work then in the private sector. We've been focused on areas where we really think we have the greatest impact. So we've been doing a lot of great multiunit focused on multi unit middle market affordable housing. We do a lot of adaptive reuse work so evolving historic facilities in helping them have a new life a lot of focus on sustainable construction a lot in urban environments and working with our city and we have had a long history building hotels actually building four right now but now is not to be. I'm hotel building. yeah. I'm sure we'll come back around right. Yeah and actually and we've been successful with our current endeavors in that market will recover like all do in time and i'm lucky to be their president and my title. We are attraction companies. I'm their visionary. Swallow a really progressing really expansive thinking integrating that into the organization strategy. That's awesome so. Tell me about that. That approach because a lot of people think of construction like you mentioned forty year old orgnization. It's probably got a lot of. We've always done it this way sort of so. Why change it now. Do you find that as you've as you you. You haven't collecting background. I'd like to talk a little bit about that you've done you've worked in the marketing sector. You've traveled the world. You've done a lot of non were. What kind of attracted you and from your background into this into this space. What was the thing that was like a high. Yes that's where i can be successful. Yeah so my background is varied. But i'm very much an interest driven leader so my career has progressed around where i thought i needed to expand skills in where he thought i could have that impact so out of college i worked in international environmental consulting and i got to do a lot of renewable energy development projects that was really my first segue into the built environment but as a technical consultant so i did a lot of work that was funded back in. There was a carbon market by the developed countries. Like france and germany in africa asia. And i really enjoyed working alongside architects engineers but again in that tactical role. I after that i worked in environmental tack really honed. My kind of aggressive business skills. And i loved that i'm your building. A market buying companies bringing in new investors really scaling growing global. I loved the pace of that work. But we were selling sas software with a hardware component. And i really missed the tangibility of physically making something and really. I did not intend to go into business. It just ended up being a great mechanism for me to do the things i wanted to do. In the world via a mechanism that kind of worked i can make a profit. I could get something done. So when i decided to leave that company anna spend some time thinking about what really fulfilled me. I came back to the built environment. It was a market where people hadn't evolved with new thinking technology strategy. In a long time slowly progressing it was a market where you often run into these fields. Because you had a family member of history that leads you into that. There wasn't like outside ball jumping into to bring new ideas in perspective. It felt like a great intersection for me to take that. Aggressive technology focused progressive thinking into a market. That's probably right for them. Pollution and i had the true honor meeting our owner way. Install at the time is twenty. Twelve keep is really wanting to rebuild after the recession have some new strategies new focused and it ended up being a really fateful meeting where we are with the talk about. He wanted in his business. He was a man still is a man with just integrity as his heart. He wants to do the right thing by his client vice team but seem like a great fit for me to migrate into the built environment. Support him with where he wanted to go. I did not intend to spend my career here but now eight years later rebuffed through this really aggressive and evolving shared journey. And i can't imagine being anywhere else. That's great the one thing i do like about it and i could see in the marketing installed. It is a very progressive. And and like you said. I think it is a mentality around that because you and i have talked before about this idea of loving the things that make you grow and the way i interpret that jesse is you have to be okay with the mistakes you make because those are sometimes the things that that make you grow. You have to sometimes be a person that is okay with overreaching or going outside of your comfort zone because that's where the growth opportunities are right. Oh yeah. I'm a firm believer that are passed dharma. Our purpose i get comes from inside of us in. There's a quote. I love my. I always forget who says it. But it goes that every man to learn before he dies what he runs to in from in. Why and i really want to be. The kind of person is not running toward pleasure. Short-term output or running from pain and discomfort but truly intentionally choosing my path install. Our progression has been a lot of that to our tolerance discomfort as we've been evolving we've grown our our ability to withstand that sitting uncomfortable place in say. Where do we go from here. Actually i think the reality of when join stall was that they knew what wasn't working so we had some opportunity to try some new things within as we progress not to just stay in that base but did not to keep progressing forward. We really developed this tolerance and desire to keep evolving and staff me mirror in my own personal path by discomforts. Definitely here to teach me something. And i want to sit with it and learn from it and be really intentional. Where we we go from. There ended up being one of the core values. We circled around as an organization being continuous improvement. All about that steady incremental improvement in. You don't always even need to know ultimately with your outcome as you know that it's lead from a good place from your roots but continue to employ that mechanism wear. Those chances to grow are like what's leading magnetically forward.
Protection of Personal Data in Blockchain Technology
"Zor. Res- asks what do you think about. Privacy designed blockchain so. It's kind of interesting because these blockchain's are sort of under attack. I guess you could say from regulation right now. A melted mirrors actually talked about this in the episode that he did with her and lynn alton Where she said that. That's kind of the main thing she'll be looking out for twenty twenty one and i think You know we at this moment that i'm recording this. We only have rumors about what type of regulation it was that Treasury secretary steve mnuchin wanted to put on crypto right. Now because i think actually you privacy coins were in the crosshairs and this was something night. Jessie liu who came on unconfirmed talked about She was the what was it. Former attorney for dc. She's prosecuted a ton of cases are around some of the biggest ones involving illegal. Use bitcoin and via actor state actors like north korea or by the child porn website in in korea. Welcome to video. And and some of the other big criminals like terrorists and stuff and weight point. Is she highlighted by a something that she was noticing in. I can't remember it was the dot enforcement framework actually and I do think you know this is going to be something that comes up again because brian brooks the action control of the currency. Also kind of you know. When i asked him about what how he thought the. Us might regulate privacy. He said oh well you know the. Us is different from other countries because we're We're the victims of terrorism or or were subject to terrorism or something like that and he said that he thought people would be willing to make a trade off for that. Which i thought was very interesting. A really was curious to know what the crypt communities reaction was to that comment. But yeah so. I think we're going to see that kind of come up as a battle and i actually. I would be surprised. If in the end there wasn't some way to have Blockchain side feature privacy prominently because in a way. I can't imagine the technology really taking off in all the ways that it could take off if there wasn't such a feature and you even see that like in a forthcoming episode. I have unconfirmed. It's a panel discussion but there is somebody from the federal reserve who talks about building systems for central bank digital currencies. Who says you know flat out like you can't design these systems unless you have privacy you as a consideration from the beginning he said it cannot be an afterthought and and he's talking about for central bank digital currency so. I really do think that you'd at least some of these vaccines will have to feature it prominently and i. I don't think that we're going to end up with blockchain set it at all. I would be surprised on a long enough time scale. I do think in the in the beginning. There might be a bit of a battle. But i think after we got real adoption then i would be very surprised if we don't start to see more privacy
Jessie J diagnosed with Meniere's disease: 'Felt like I was completely deaf in my right ear, couldn't walk in a straight line'
"Was hospitalized after she says that she went completely deaf on did she is due to Mainers disease, she said. I woke up and felt like I was completely deaf in my right ear couldn't walk in a straight line. I know that a lot of people suffer from and I've actually had a lot of people reach out to me and give me great advice. So I've just been laying low since. Jessie J. Says she was given medication and was at home recovering after Ah hospital visit
How conspiracy became our new religion
"Jesse hirsh is a researcher. A futurist he is the author of meta views which you can find it. Meadow views dot ca. He's our favorite person to talk to about social media. Hello jessie jordan. Jesse how did in your mind The major social networks do during the. Us election is the easy answer is not bad not good. I mean they were certainly caught between a rock and a hard place both when it comes to the pressure and expectations on the responsibility but the extent to which they were the battleground the whether it was for lies and misinformation or legitimately mobilize base. Get out the vote. I think more than any election previous social media was a real kind of fire. Pit of not just political organizing but political deception. And i think that's also why there is so much attention placed on these companies but also Equally so much expectations for them to be responsible and in that sense. You know it's kind of a size sort of a right in the middle of not great. Not bad could have been worse but they could have done a lot better as well. What do you look for. When you log onto Let's say facebook or twitter And try to figure out whether or not i guess to use your term. The battleground is is a fair place. I think it really depends both upon the subjective experience. And what i find interesting about your question is what you look for. I think everyone looks for different things on these platforms. I'm particularly interested in governance model which both gets into how you deal with controversial topics. I think twitter To a certain extent play the lead role in the way in which they added disclaimers or added information even to the president's tweets when it was misinformation but the other side to this of course has been cunanan and the extent to which conspiracy theory not only played a big role in the election but really was the driving force of a lot of social media activity both good and bad and this is where the social media platforms. I think we're the most interventionist or sort of tried to demonstrate the greatest amount of responsibility but even then i think critics are right to point out that it might have been too little too late. The damage that was done. Let's say on facebook or even youtube by people organizing around cunanan and spreading the related conspiracy theories you know all of that it was not just Having the potential dangerous impact on the election. But it's going to be the legacy. It's going to be the kind of conflict or a disunity. If you will coming after the election that's going to make a politics really messy really vitriolic. I play with this information. And i think part of the responsibility for all of that lies at the feet of the social media companies who kind of incubated and nurtured a lot of the conspiracy culture. We've talked about this before in terms of what are these platforms actually responsible for. And what is their duty. And what i'm interested in your opinion on is is where is the line or is there. A line between some of the disinformation that we saw from from politicians. As you pointed up going going all the way up to the president and the pretty obviously baseless cunanan conspiracy theory stuff because to me on the outside. It looks like that line is at best like really blurry it is and part of the problem is whether we think of social media as a utility whether we think of it as a publisher or whether we think of it as as a as a company that has its own stake in the election because part of the pressure facing these companies is bias if not the perception of bias. And where you know you and i as people who have journalistic tendencies or straight out journalistic commitments. You know we look at something like human on and it is a fairly straightforward case in terms of you. Know being a false and disinformation but conservatives especially conservatives in the united states have a different perspective that when these platforms start to label on posts or even removed hyun on from their platforms. Then it becomes a kind of conspiracy against conservatives or you know a political bias to these platforms that sorta skews their perception or skews their their trustworthiness and. I think that that's where that line is not only blurry. It's entirely subjective. That different people see that line. Being a appropriately or enforced in different places and in particular was twitter's handling of article in the new york. Post that you know. This was an article that claimed it had had had hacked information about hunter and joe biden's son and twitter banned the article from the platform at least tried to do so by preventing people from sharing it and while twitter's logic was that it contained personal information because it was from a hacker. Count that. That's why shouldn't be shared american conservatives perceived it as being an act of censorship but they thought that they were that twitter was supporting the biden campaign that they were against the republicans and so its that perception of bias. That really muddies where that line is and further. It's just a legal line in many cases. It's a moral line of sort of what is responsible in terms of these companies. Doing the right thing and so all of that combines to it being not just muddy but fraught with peril and that you're gonna upset somebody so it's almost as if you have to choose who you're going to be upset in trying to then look as if you're taking the more responsible or ethical line in managing
Seattle Public Schools will continue remote learning through Jan. 2021
"That means kids don't have to travel to school. Little effect. Snow days as well. Last wife, Jessie, chief of schools in Seattle, weather online classes would happen us on our snow days. We could maintain our ability to continue with remote Earning. What will be a part of that plan is in person services for students. The special needs Now you're Cuomo traffic. In Seattle,
Jennifer Lawrence Confronts Anderson Cooper
"Morning everyone are you ready for some day leave? Just out today. So Morgan and I are joined again by Kisha Knight Polio. Actress a mother and you probably know her from house of pain and the cosby show. Thank you for joining us again and we are. Coordinated, in our Maulvi Pinky we are. Show and here we go. All right. Have you guys been missing Jennifer Lawrence because I definitely have we haven't seen her much recently, but she is back. She hasn't changed a bit. She still holds nothing back. In fact, she's talking about that infamous fall at the Oscars and why is set off of nasty little battle between her and Anderson Cooper listen to what Jennifer said on Heather McMahon's absolutely not podcast. I'm sorry but interesting Coober I saw him on. CNN. Lee. Three days later saying like what she'd obviously the ball and it was so devastated this horrific humiliation to me that like took away like I don't know ever have a chance to give a speech that again I saw him at a Christmas party and I let him know my friend told me that they was. But he apologized and I think I think we're good friends now. Do you think I wanted to fall getting Oscar but I remember when I led with was have you ever tried to walk upstairs in a ball gown? Right. So then how do you know like I with that? He apologized. Oh my gosh. Okay. I gotta go straight. Ahead some pesky reporters. To write stories sometimes, it's so weird. I haven't been in therapy about it for years now anyway, what was the question? is you see this particular person which I know loves you so much Is and you got to run into him or her at a party. What would you WanNa do would you talk to her? Would you say something? Oh my God I feel like I've envisioned this interaction first of all shot to Heather McMahon because I love her she is hilarious hilarious. I am obsessed with her so I'm happy for her that she got J. Lo on her podcast I feel like. Jay Jay said Jay Lop. I said. On kidding. I wouldn't mess up but. I will say I've had visions of maybe approaching certain people that write things and I think it really depends on the alcohol consumption. Cooper I right. I would go to Anderson Cooper because he's a respectable journalist, he made a nasty remark. You know you're getting an apology out of him but some of these other bitches are a little nuts. So I don't know I don't WanNa fuel anymore fire. So it depends it depends one hundred percent i. think that's a very good point you have to know who you're dealing with because if it's somebody who really doesn't like you and you get that five, a day could very easily turn the story around and write a whole other article saying crazy Morgan or crazy. Kisha. Came up in screen that man apart. But the other thing they if they're already writing crazy thing, they can write it regardless you scream are not. So. That's also true. I would say you've got to follow your gut and I completely agree with more again it depends on how many drinks of the consumed evening, how you're going to approach because you know sometimes yeah. You know there's certain like the GENITA- Crown, it may go let. Me Go left. It also depends on who's with you right. If my husband was with me see, my husband gets much more fired up than I do and I know you might find that surprising but he would be the one that would literally do me to say something I think you should say something you should call that did out and. I'm usually the one that's like, no, no, no. No let's just let it calm down. But if I'm getting like talked up into it, then I might yeah, pay south. Yeah versus if I have someone that's like, it's not worth the babe just to let's just go over here I'll be like. All right. You GotTa have your backup backup. Yeah. You got to have the right height man. If you're wanting to do it, it's got to be someone that's GonNa go up with you and have your back no matter what comes out of your mouth but. It's also good in these situations with somebody who's not necessarily your friend to be as composed as possible but I think when you're so heated already. Interaction, never goes as well as you want it to. and. All. Thank you. Scream at them. Yeah. I'm GonNa, say real quick. I think also even better way to handle this have a good woman someone who could do your dirty work for you. So you don't have to be the one that goes says us that this Lella you can have them do it and then your hands clean. One hundred percent yeah you need the right best e with you I like that okay. Moving out of channing tatum. So sad news I think channing Tatum Jessie j broke up again Jesse just posted this video drinking and dancing with the caption single live in a pandemic. That's how you get there strap. We talk about that. A source tells US Jesse and channing broke up months ago because they realize they're just better off as friends now they've brought up and gone back together multiple times at what point. Do you say this is finally do you think this is finally for these two I? I'm. Not Down here, you know I mean. Go ahead. No, you I mean I just think listen like you know it's supposed to be sort of like a new relationship is supposed to be fun. It's supposed to be easy and it might not last forever. But if it's supposed to be the fun easy relationship and you've already broken up four times in between that time, it just seems like clearly there's something here that is not connecting you to something is not working out. So just like leave it alone there's no reason for these to attack broken up three times like. In my yeah. At this point in life, you know my motto is. You know it's like spoiled milk. You don't put it back in the refrigerator. and. Come back and think it's going to be something other and foiled. On because clearly, it was gonNA work by now. Exactly Keach. Have you ever gone through this where you broke out was somebody got back together the whole thing I think that's something that probably when you're younger and you Kinda keep getting things to try and when you fall in love with the ones possibility I think as you get older and you've done it and you've learned that lesson, you realize you know okay you know what? This isn't working for me. It is. Okay. We don't have to make our. Yeah. I luckily, you said Fall in love with their possibility men is that true? Amir Young? You're falling in love half the time with just what you think. They're GONNA be your. Number set and then you realize that potential here and I. Think also when you're younger, you're more willing to be in a relationship that might not be perfect because you don't skip factor in time as much. But I think as you get older, you're like I don't have the time to waste on something that's really too difficult. You don't have the energy either
Los Angeles County sets record high temperature as heat wave continues
"A A weather station in Los Angeles County, California has registered a temperature of 49.4 degrees Celsius. It's a record high for the region and unprecedented heat wave in the state has fuel to nearly 1000 wildfires since mid August. California's governor, Gavin Newsom, has declared a new state of emergency in five counties. Colonel Jessie Miller of the California National Guard told the BBC why the files this year were historic. The difference this season is it's come earlier August August is is somewhat somewhat early early in in the the typical typical California California fire fire season season to to experience experience Thiss Thiss dynamic dynamic fire fire behavior. behavior. But But if if this this year year number number of of fires fires burning throughout Northern California concurrently and of course we're doing it in the midst of a pandemic.
Return To School 'Whatever', Report Nation's Angsty Teens
"Schools across the country are cautiously reopening their doors to allow students back into the classrooms but how our kids reacting to the new social distancing and safety guidelines according to the nation's Angsty high-schoolers. The return to school so far has been quote whatever for more I'm joined by OPR's non pedophile education reporter Marcy Hammons. You can just say education reporter Lesley Marcy, I think it's important to assuage any concerns. Our listeners may have your specifically reporting on schools and young students, and frankly it's kind of creepy anyway tell us how. These kids are you are definitely not molesting or doing well, I spoke to a lot of high school kids going through what I can only assume as a temporary melancholic phase. Now, the majority of them just shrugged and told me to go fuck myself but fifteen year old Jessie Vance who started his freshman year at North Pole High School in Atlanta Georgia did sit down with me for ten bucks. So Jesse, how are you adjusting to the new school measures being put in place to prevent the spread of? Corona. Virus. Okay do you want to expand on that? Are you worried about catching coronavirus at school? Will is there anything you do want to tell me about not really
Judge will not publish full investigatory report on state's attorney's handling of Smollett case
"Has declined to request to release in full the special prosecutor's report on state's attorney Kim Foxx is handling of the Justice Malek case. W jeans. Julien Cruz has an update and Web making the argument that releasing the full report, which includes evidence and grand jury testimony, is in the best interest. Restoring public confidence in the criminal justice system. But the judge raising concerns about preserving the secrecy of grand jury proceedings, which of course, is a core principle in our criminal justice system. Jessie Small Let, however, is still looking at a trial. A trial date has not yet been set. The actor facing four counts of filing false police report, Dan Webb released a summary of the report last week.
New 'Saved by the Bell' trailer reveals the return of Jessie's caffeine pills drama
"Redoing ness it saved by the bell and this is going to be on peacock and I know you love peacock yeah and so. A trailer and it's the song I'm so excited because remember back in the day Jessie Spano she had the addiction the battle with the caffeine pills speed. Yeah. And she was trying to get straight as and be class president and do charity work, and she's just a overrun overworked and over committed, and so she was trying to keep up with the caffeine pills and that's like a very famous episode of say, by the Bellevue watched back in the day and I know there's memes about it to you but Yeah it's GONNA be Peacock. They still haven't released a date on when they're going to do this I. Know they've been filming episodes. So that's good to know. So everybody's involved in know you but A. So what's his name? Isn't involved your best screech Jahmai messy and we're about Mr Belding is he going to be into? was I heard that he was like a cameo and then I heard that he wasn't I have heard import. So I don't think he'll be a part of that