18 Burst results for "Jim Nice"

"jim nice" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:13 min | 4 d ago

"jim nice" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Listening to bob sapp when he was talking about the cruise ship coming to navy pier? Yeah, I heard that very interesting. There are Great Lakes cruises, and this one will go from Green Bay to Milwaukee to Chicago, Muskegon, grand haven. I don't know if I want to, you know, the green beta, Milwaukee, the exotic quarter. Travel, set it up, Steve. Take a cruise on the locking Chicago. That could be your trip next year, Lisa. Chicago's afternoon news. Thanks. I'm glad you studied him to Greece and meet to Milwaukee. On WGN. Lisa desjardin your buttons are on the opposite side of our buttons. It takes me forever to button up a manager button that we use is perfectly natural frozen. I think it's easy. I had a bunch of shirt on yesterday and it just delivered everything I could hope for on WGN. Hi there, good evening. Welcome to the Jim bohannon show from Westwood one radio. We're at one 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo one 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6. Online fighters at Jim bohannon show dot com and you can follow me on Twitter at Jimbo talks. And we continue our conversation with Frank Buckley. Professor at the Antonin Scalia law school at George Mason university and author of the book progressive conservatism from encounter books that subtitled how Republicans will become America's natural governing party. Here's a call from Brian in Ozark, Missouri. Hello, Brian. Hello, Jim. Nice to see you back. Thank you, sir. Well, I have I'd like to make a statement about. All right, go ahead. Well, one, I'm originally from New York, and I understand that Trump is drug a doses. I think everybody knows that. But it's policy for amazing. I think his policies were generally good policies. I would agree. But what they did to that man with the Democratic Party did to that band was wrong. Severed down to anybody. She'd never been done. No, the entire the entire Russian collusion scandal was to borrow a verb trumped up from day one. Regrettably, Frank Buckley, it doesn't look like those who were involved in that are going to get in trouble despite the Durham investigation. I mean, if I lied to a federal judge under oath, I'd be in trouble. And how the FBI got away with lying to a federal judge about the credibility of the various documentation that backed up the Trump collusion story. I don't know how they got away with that. You know, you're right. It's not just the Russian collusion paranoia. If you're taking in a major newspaper like The Washington Post or The New York Times or watching TV, the venom directed against him was just incredible. I mean, these TV shows, you couldn't watch them. They were supposed to be comedy shows. But they were just an exercise in pure hatred. Now you mentioned the problems with the intelligence agencies well, one name you might remember is a guy called Peter struck who was the he was the CIA guy who was recorded saying that when he went to Walmart, she could smell the Trump reporters they were so violent. This was the guy who took down general Flynn, for example. Well, Michael Flynn, the struck guy had an op-ed in The Washington Post last week in which he continued to talk about Russian collusion. You know, they have no shame. That dead horse should no longer be beaten. I've got news for you folks. That's been blown out of the water. You need to find a new one. If you're going to lie, find a new one that hasn't been discredited yet, that one is dead. All right, Bill and Pittsburgh, hello Bill. Hi. Hey. I want to I want to. Call for you for me, I guess. For both of us. I want to dedicate it to my dad. My dad is like 12 minutes away in the hospital. He's 94 years old. Well, we wish him the very best, Bill. But basically, what I want to say is, you know what, man, we been we've been banging and. I'm talking about the 2020 election, you know, Trump won that election and it was I know you're going to tell me where's the proof. But anyways, there is no way that 81 million people voted for this tooth is well, I'm sorry, but apparently there is. I didn't, and I wouldn't have, but all the fur to Frank Buckley. Yeah, you know, the amount of fraud that went on there was just horrible. We must never let that happen again. And then something we haven't talked about the way the press coddled Biden, you remember how the guy couldn't appear in front of the crowd? I mean, if you're wondering how did he get those votes, maybe you're thinking back to the fact that he didn't have to campaign for them? He didn't campaign. I mean, he spent the whole time in his basement. So right now, it's a big surprise that he seems to be mentally mentally lost it. Well, it wasn't. Well, not if you paid attention from the campaign. I mean, there were times when he would say that he was running for the Senate. He didn't know what office he was running for times when he didn't know what state he was in. I mean, anybody who was paying attention back then, it was obvious before he was sworn in. Well, you know, and I tell you, if you're a Democrat right now and you must be kind of embarrassed about all of that, I'm thinking. Well, nobody could really grab the democratic electorate to per se, Bernie Sanders got off to a good start, but I think a lot of Democrats realize that Bernie Sanders probably couldn't carry three states nationwide. And then you came time

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"jim nice" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:58 min | 5 months ago

"jim nice" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Welcome back to the Jimbo Hannah show at one 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo one 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 as we're taking calls for our guests to Roman Italy as Ukrainian born based now in the Dallas Texas area a vodka distillery in the name of the vodka crudo which means cool by the way KRT O and the website kruto vodka dot com and he's a very brave man at age 63 is going back to Ukraine around the 19th or the 20th his wife still in Dallas is not thrilled about that and again who knows what may be awaiting him but lots of people would like to speak with the Roman talis starting with Steve in the Topeka Kansas good evening Steve Hi Roman I just want to say that you're a very brave man and I don't think you realize it but you're fighting right now And I think what you're doing now is more important than anything a 63 year old man could do over there That's something for the young men and I think you should run your business I'm sure you're very successful and you could donate money to some of these young guys that want to go over there and fight You could lobby and go watching Your means and I just think that you could Follow what you're doing right now All right he tried to talk you out of going back a Roman No I understand the German energy is absolutely correct But here is the thing Yes We are very successful company We're doing pretty distant business But yes we do send money back directly to military accounts Yes I organize past Sunday two days ago walk yes so good But when I have 300 people and I'm not looking at 300 people I'm looking at 300 families If a husband works and he has a wife and children and he's getting salary and his supporting the family and more happy than anything These 300 these are still in Ukraine working for you correctly Since the war starts everything starts and because people sitting pretty much in the basements of subways and the big cities because our subways underground So that's a big best shelters So and they sitting there It's not you don't have no best They just sitting on the ground And children born there Yes this gentleman is correct But my wife here she can do what he mentioned We are raising money Yes we are trying to do awareness of people around the world would it be me here in the United States and I'm sure people like me who is a Ukrainian Americans or American Ukrainians I don't have to correctly say it because my children consider themselves just Americans It's not such thing as Ukrainian They call themselves Americans Are you aware of other call them what you will Ukrainian Americans who are also going back Very few from the area where I am yes but I am pretty much sure I can even guarantee a lot of them did And as far as I have information and I have a very good enclosing information with government I know a lot of Canadians a lot of them Americans young men volunteering to come and fight I believe anywhere between 16 and 40 thousand volunteers is already from different countries We're going to fight already fighting for Ukraine today as we speak Wow I had a call from Andrew Big difference between 16 and 40 Well let me tell you Andrew calls in from Rhode Island good evening Andrew Good evening how are you Jim Nice to hear great guest Speaking and giving us education on some realities over there I wanted to first ask if mister Taylor knows families in the area of North Miami and in Hollywood Florida where there are big population has migrated here I go down there quite a bit And especially during and after the Crimean War so do you have any friends and relatives that have migrated to the North Miami and Hollywood Florida area who are set up they've brought over there here to work in our wonderful country And to get their children educated here pay taxes They have businesses like markets like Eastern European food markets is fantastic It looks like our guests I'm sure he must know Ukrainian Americans in a variety of locations in the particular in the North Miami Hollywood Florida area Yes it is It's a few between Hollywood and sunny isles on Collins avenue It's a lot of Ukrainian or even not or and and Russian people are there A lot of them also run away from that dictator He is dictator he is not president If you look at 22 years that he is already on the top of Russian Federation We've changed four or 5 presidents Good bad and different We had election They don't 22 years you already staying on the top More than Stalin did And Stalin killed a lot of Ukrainian people send them to Siberia glides or kill them And she is following I guess very famous person steps Hitler bombard Ukraine chief bombarding Ukraine Stalin killed his own people And she is killing similar brothers I mean rather than I told you Cousins killing cousins nephews killing and uncles right now It doesn't make no sense Doesn't make no sense And what you did as you know every country when we have presidents we are some opposition some complaints some love him but what she did by coming in to our land Now we all want country and we follow our president Look at him He's still there You know one exiled Russian who put in put him in jail for many years He was in jail and now he's leading someone Switzerland You know what he said and I love what you said Stan while petition became clowns and some clown.

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"jim nice" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:29 min | 7 months ago

"jim nice" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Can see that's on devil with the sea Patterson Pepsi Papua to see that bomb yeah That's the best deal with the sea bath phone there you go Jim tour is his name TER R and you can learn all about what he does in terms of musical center funny stuff Old friend of mine and get his website as blue canyon productions dot com Blue canyon productions dot com Fun guy just thought I would throw that in there because I thought it was kind of cute Mark and stuttered Wisconsin is with us now Hello Mark Hi Jim Nice Yes sir I have two daughters That had quite a bit of problem in public school They suffer with social anxiety Both of them due to varying extents So school was kind of difficult for them So I put them in online school and I thought maybe that would work out better And it wasn't fine at first But then it got into somebody told the kids I believe it was one of their instructors said that well you know you can finish this at your pace Well I think my girls took that as well I can finish this whenever I feel like it And of course I was there learning coach at home So dad being a former marine did not like the sending around and not getting things accomplished And then of course that triggered emails from teachers telling me that this hadn't been turned in that hadn't been turned in and so it was a lot to me anyway In the way they submitted their completed work and things like a college course And I had some of these when I was in college where we would attend and have like a video or something that we were required to watch and then there would be work on the video or the lecture afterwards that would have to be submitted through blackboard And it was kind of the same thing for the girls and it was really hard to get them motivated to do it And I won't say that it was a complete failure because that like I say at first they did get some things done And I thought that the teachers at the online school were very very good at what they did I mean they were more than willing to work with the kids so that they could get to work in on time If something came up and they couldn't get it in on time the teachers always tried to do the one on one with the kids which I thought was absolutely fabulous And I there were I guess what I'm trying to say is if your child falls behind an online school there are opportunities for them to get one on one help with.

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"jim nice" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:56 min | 10 months ago

"jim nice" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"My gosh this guy can not stop lying This rotting bag of oatmeal Matt that's what Matt's call about Tucker one night Biden he just can't stop like during the break They were pipe in this loser into my ear and my eardrum was like slowly rotting like the rot is coming through the IFB and my right ear and it's like infecting those auditory cells They're just dying off This guy is so pathetic It's embarrassing and he's whispering again folks It's creepy I swear he's the guy from poltergeist What's it got reverend Kane This guy is reverend Kane from polter guy Remember poltergeist was a poltergeist two or three remember me There he is You have that good God Jim Nice He's got reverend Kane ready to go get her Remember reverend Kane Look it up Stop what you're doing right now Pull over in the car if you're listening in the car Pull over if it's safe pull in a parking lot Don't pull over on the highway Go and put in a search engine reverend can you be like oh my gosh that's Joe Biden Why is this dude so creepy Why is he always whispering It is the weirdest thing He said he goes Pay your fair share This idiot can not stop what this talking point And he did the other He propagated the others Soviet talking point as well And 55 of the biggest companies in America paid no tax at all If I have to debunk this one more time I'm gonna jump through that camera on Fox nation right now Aaron get ready I'll pop through the other side like the ring Like that creepy girl in the ring I'm telling you I am so I can't stop with this stupid talking point It was not 55 of the biggest companies in America that paid no taxes That is not what happened He didn't even read his own report or he did and he's lying My bet is number two because the guy's a liar He's a corrupt grotesque wire with a grotesque family history with his son hunter that guy's entire life He's been a grifter and a rotting bag of bones He is a liar He's a plagiarist It's all on the record Nothing he tells you is true ever The story about the companies and their tax load wasn't 55 companies he didn't even read it because he's so stupid It was about 8 companies And the reason they didn't have a tax burden a heavy tax burden is because of carve outs in the Democrat led coronavirus relief package That let them carry losses backwards Some of the businesses that lost money they could carry some of those losses to years prior to their liberals listening This is all over their heads because they don't read anything but because they'll listen to this rotting bag of filth in The White House and we'll say 55 companies like reverend Kane You're all human 55 companies didn't pay taxes Did you read the report you Or are you too stupid to process it They didn't pay taxes because you guys Democrats agreed to this bill that allowed a lot of these companies to carry losses during coronavirus the pandemic backwards Which essentially zeroed out their tax liability Again to the liberals I know you're too freaking stupid to process this but will you read a book at least once or a study or anything And it was about 8 companies that didn't pay a heavy corporate tax burden not 55 and the 8 that didn't have a big corporate tax burden You know why they didn't pay a lot of taxes A lot of them were energy companies that because the left loves green energy bailouts got a bunch of green energy carve outs where they didn't pay taxes Those are your things not ours I don't want green energy carve outs I just want energy Do you understand how these people lie to you all the time That is the sole purpose of this show from now until the day I'm fired which will happen eventually I promise you The day I'm terminated from the airways It's coming What do these days believe me It'll happen Wolf of Wall Street style Grandpa to the microphone right Listen I will dedicate the rest of my time here I will not let these liberals get away with one ounce of bold stuff Not one I saw you going for the beat button there I got it I will let you do it Biden is a liar he has always lied he is a plagiarist he has been a liar his entire life He is lying to get this tax package passed There were not 55 companies who did not pay taxes That was because of a specific carry backwards provision that Democrats supported Please stop lying Now he just said it again too and he whispered it like the creepy is You rich people You gotta pay your fair share Fair share Okay so The Wall Street Journal has an option This wasn't even in the show This isn't in the show notes or anything I read it last night and I went to it during the break because I read it I knew it was there So again liberals please tune out the radio show now This is the fact part This is where the adult snuff for the idiots Another lady messaged me during the break Dan stop calling them idiots I want to play the show in front of my friends and their liberals No I'm sorry I'm not the show's not for you.

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"jim nice" Discussed on Advent of Computing

Advent of Computing

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"jim nice" Discussed on Advent of Computing

"It weighed only fifty nine pounds and it was built to operate in space. I feared episode would mostly be about avionic some technical stuff about the system little cold war set dressing but mostly about the event hence this would be an event episode but that will subject to change friday night for me. Is dean deny some friends. Nine meet up online and play. We do technically have set meeting time. But you know how things go. Inevitably someone is late. I tend to show up early just to hang out while everything gets set up anyway. Most of us were online talking. I mentioned how i was planning to produce a podcast about the jimmy computer. I ran down the facts. I had my sheet. Ibm nine hundred sixty two nine hundred sixty three small space then. One of my friends asked me something that i hadn't considered. He wants to know. If the design of germany's guidance computer had an impact on later systems. It had to be hugely miniaturized but did any of those techniques. Carry over to other computers once. I heard that. I basically had to change the column for the episode from event to lineage but with a big added question mark just for some perspective here. The ibm pc made by the same company. As the gym. Mike ci- computer was released in nineteen eighty one. It weighed twenty eight pounds when fully configured a little bit of ballpark in here. But jim nice computer from one thousand nine hundred. Sixty three is about twice the size of a pc. We're looking at a ridiculously compact computer especially for the time period. Ibm must have done something wild. They must have made some new technology to make the machine. So small right. So what did they do and did. Those changes just followed by the wayside or did ibm rehash them in later computers. As i started digging the story really opened up. There's a lot more going on here than i initially imagined and a lot of. It isn't what i expected at all. So this episode. The question of lineage is going to be key. We'll be examining how. Ibm built a tiny computer. One small enough to almost be portable least honored rocket today..

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"jim nice" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"jim nice" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Watch it today. Let me go to the phone lines. They're all going to die if you've been eating hot dogs, by the way carry Joey Chestnut. Has had 75 hot dogs and competition. Oh, wow. Okay, That's just one competition. Wykes that poor man. Yep. Anytime now dead Alright, so 75 times 36 minutes. Divided by 24 hours in a day, he shaved 112 days off of his life in one contest likes who knows how many contents that dude's been in several several contest in fact. If I'm looking at it, Joey Chestnut in competition. Has eaten 1094 hot dogs. Oh, dear 9. 1004 times 36 minutes. There's no way That again, 1094. Times 36 minutes. 39,456 minutes divided by 24 hours in a day. 1644 days off of his life divided by 3 65. He's shaved 4.5 years off his life because he dares hot dogs. To eat hot dogs. Joey Chestnut died four years ago. Didn't realize it for Joey Chestnut. How stupid this is Just verifiably stupid. We go to the phone lines. A lot of people want to talk about hot dogs, people, my chatter like I'm gonna barbecue some hot dogs tonight. Turn on the grill. Time for hot dogs tonight. Dan Toledo. What's going on? Hi. Oh, this is Dale. Hi, Dale. I'll call you, Dale, if you'd like what's happening? Okay. Greeting from plate at home. I would Jeep and Jamie Fire. Nice. Hey, this hot dog thing is really hilarious. Um, I had a friend that was an undertaker as he must handle too many advisors Does. She's passed away now, but one of his favorite sayings was Don't worry about it. You have to put something on that that certificate, So I'm gonna start putting hot dog on the death certificate. So you know, don't worry about what you're eating, or whatever activity your participation. Then you've got to put something on the death certificate. Dale, I hear you and I appreciate that. Thank you. Let me go to gym in Louisiana. Jim, Talk to me. Hi. Hey, sir, I think your math a little skewed Joe, because if I eat a bunch of tomatoes, which is a fruit going back down to 30 something minutes without doubt? Well, I don't know It's not fruit. You have to have peanut butter and jelly sandwiches will exchange your life. It's not just fruit. Purely. So if you're if you're eating hot dogs, you have to eat as many peanut butter and jelly sandwiches as hot dogs to counterbalance it. That's what the story said. Right carry. That is right. Exactly right. So it's not the fruit, Jim. Nice try, buddy. Those tomatoes are not saving your life. If you're eating hot dogs, you're you're done. Why? Oh, man. Death Mark. Kansas City. Talk to me. Hi. Hey, brother pegs. Hey, man, I love you. I love you shall love your parodies, man. You're great. Thank you. Hey, um, the the hot dogs, man you got you got to be a little science at home. You got follow the signs. You got throw a little, uh, chili and cheese on there. And that cuts it down to 15 minutes. No, no. If you put chili and cheese on there, it actually adds two months to tear to the death date. You actually lose two months off yard. You can put chili and cheese on there. This body a pouch. He told me if you put chili and cheese on it, then You only you're only cut in 15 minutes. Talking. Live only if you're vaccinated. Yeah, You forgot that part. Thanks, Mark. Appreciate you. So you put chili and cheese on the hot dog. He thinks it counterbalances it. No, I don't think it works that way. No. Let me ask you this because this sounds kind of be honest. It sounds delicious. Maybe just hungry. How do you smear some peanut butter and jelly on a hot dog? No, no, I'd rather put chili and cheese on a hard diagnosed not peanut butter and jelly. Why do you have a death? Wish? I really don't. I want to live went to live with chili and cheese on there. What's the matter with you? Or have ketchup have mustard? Yeah. No, no. That's disgusting. That's discussing yes. Polo or wasn't your boy Elvis? I was eating peanut butter and something sandwiches, peanut butter and banana sandwich. They were fraud. I think when you fry it, Yeah, That's yeah. In the banana on their exactly right. What about it? Jelly? You're good to go. And then if you put the banana in the tailpipe And there you go. I'm not gonna fall for that. I'm going to fall for the banana, the tail, But it's not gonna happen. So I carry what I'm thinking is we should all just like I have a big hot dog cookout. Oh, by the way, it looked before we end this great semi, which was probably the greatest segment of radio that you've heard in several minutes. Uh, before we end this, Let me be as clear as I possibly can Hot dog on a bun. Ketchup and onions only. Thank you. Oh, no, no, no, no. Okay, catch up and on you have been mustered. Just start up, even wire. It's a hot dog a sandwich. Wow. Wow. Sam. Hot dog, ketchup, onions, only right barbecue sauce and relish. That's disgusting. You know what it is? Uh okay. Are you just your barbecue sausage relish?.

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"jim nice" Discussed on World Oil Deep Dive

World Oil Deep Dive

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"jim nice" Discussed on World Oil Deep Dive

"Rates your show. Thank you so much. Jim nice talking to you. Take care all right. So now we're here with in oilfield solutions at their stander. Tek and we're talking with brian seymour. Who is a chemist. And he's going to tell us what stepping has brought to urge to show off some very exciting things. Welcome to the show run. Thanks jen pleasure to be here all right so so tell us what. What's the latest and greatest from stephan. When of the big projects that we've been working on lately is working with surfactants friction reducers and what we're looking at. The interactions between the surfactants polymers. And seeing how we can improve their performance when you were using them with produce water and so when you fracture your friction reducer and you use an produce water you got. High amounts of sodium calcium magnesium friction. Reducers can start to perform in you. Don't get the rates how you expect in the field. And so we've developed chemistries to help regain and improve that kind of performance and lately in the last couple of years we've been actually able to test them in the field and do some field trials and we're excited because we see a lot of the results that we've seen a laboratory we can we see that those same conclusions and the benefits that we've seen a lab actually translate to the field where we're looking at much greater scale volumes and size and so we have in the laboratory friction flow that we run out a fast enough rate that kind of translate into field reynolds number. The turbulence that you actually see in the field is much greater so there's always a question of whether performance differences that you see in the lab. Well it will translate and scale up in the field and we been able to see that those conclusions that we made in from the laboratory testing. We've also been able to validate field. That's fantastic yeah. Because that's like the dream right when everything works out in the field like it did in the lab. And you're like hey we actually did something here. Yeah it's a great validation and there's always a little a little wary in the back of my head. He's seen fantastic results in the lab and it's just until you get it in the field and it there then you know you know that you actually working on something that's work in. Yeah well. I'm telling you you probably know this. Let me tell you the same thing. But you know when you get that data from the field together. Make a great case. Study for a world all magazine so yeah definitely definitely talked land and get that to our editors because they love to see that heavy mine happy. I talked about it and presenting attack on wednesday morning. And we're gonna go over here. The field treatments on it and show the data real again just basically at the treating rates versus concentration of the additives or using run by stage-by-stage. And then kind of putting it all together and so we. It's been really neat to be able to present from another aspect of results from another aspect from the laboratory where especially with kobe times times. I we've been focused a lot more into testing within house than just less interactions of customers right. So how's this. How's the show ben. I mean ertak itself..

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"jim nice" Discussed on My Dad Wrote a Porno

My Dad Wrote a Porno

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"jim nice" Discussed on My Dad Wrote a Porno

"Out of my clunky as you know. And so that he. He's trying to get out and i was always good who keeps anything valuable in a pigeonhole. What was he doing there. I guess maybe somebody got a new debit card delivered. All your information on bills and things rubbish. I didn't really have time to to quiz him. About his methodology. To be pigeon fed. Pigeons offer them into so linda had an order. Take away but she was always up for just meet delivery. No matter the hour just eat. I thought that meant like ordering in some needs. It probably does actually. That's another porn trope. Isn't it the pizza delivery boy. We're going check. The delivery guy wrapping her long finger claws on the door frame arbitrary. She waited for her banquet to be brought to her door framework. Now arcus rave watson the molding around look. I was pointing. It's like a tour. Is that original feature. I like this. She didn't order it but not wait for her feast. She doesn't know what is pizza banquet. The the lift was broken so a good ten minutes later. She opened the sturdy door with copious security measures. And we do there stood. There was a gormless pizza boy. All of nineteen in greasy kiara montague still chapter. Let me ask you baby. She ordered the pizza chain. He was as blunt as a european beer youngest breeze as for breeze that the spray that like makes things smell. He's fresh like how it freshens clothes. Just said he was greasy youngest fellow tabriz do you mean. When was the brand started. Yeah because i remember brees has been within my lifetime with. It's twenty five years old one in one thousand nine hundred six also he's actually younger than tabriz well. This was written before. But who knows how. I see into an absolute. So he's under the he was born within jones's lifetime so he's as blonde as european beer youngest febreeze and holding his around go to east pot in weser. Easter's what's eastern a may. I can you please. Yes gives you the i. I a genuine. You know what you said for the last ten minute. Es to us stress this just this just a recurring period of sexual receptivity and many female mammals. Well like e mu is at the beginning of earth and like i guess like easter. Jim nice about eastern. I was gonna say over. We put up from. It's like when you horny right. Oh as hall needs around goten east are when they're at their most fertile hold on heat at aramco has and it works on so many bugs rocky and the best book. So what you have to spend about ten minutes to googling the word deciding what it means which makes these the best because we spend so long.

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"jim nice" Discussed on Archives of Fabella

Archives of Fabella

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"jim nice" Discussed on Archives of Fabella

"Hello and welcome back to archives if ability league the podcast asking you to support the arts and by art. I mean me. Today is june six equal to jimmy 79th. Books are available on amazon. Please rate and review the podcast on itunes or rare. Ever you listen to your podcasts and hit that subscribe button for more great stories of right in your feed. June nineteen eighty five is the date. The grave of wolfgang gerhardt is opened in embu. Brazil the exhumed remains are later proven to be those of joseph men galley assets. Angel of death men gallet is thought to have drowned ralph. Swimming in february of nineteen seventy nine and the magical wonderland abella are mermaid began educating children on the lgbtq community. I'm lynn foley. And this is archives of abella beyond our world there is love beyond our world there is war beyond our world there is life beyond our world. There is footballer. Jimmy nyse of nine eighty-five afc by footballer year. Equal to june sixth nineteen eighty five. Ad earthier on. Jim nice of teeth fifty nine eighty five mermaid..

"jim nice" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"jim nice" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

"I feel like suggested is how such power with their words and we have just such quick wit and we're jack-of-all-trades master of none, and there's just so much that we can learn and grasp bomb to that I think is just. Really Cool. Yes. I'm proud to be a Gemini and married to cancer but we've met when we were only fourteen and fifteen been together. So. It. Will Yeah being able to? Call my Romi kind of spirit. You know that Jimmy I've just get restless. But. I changed that part of me for him I still but he lets me be restless and I just don't have to be that way. With apart, you know wanting another partner. Interesting I just started. A relationship with the cancer man so that Yeah My Boyfriend's another Jim Nice. So we're just all over the place. That, is crazy. He was Gemini. Well. If you look at your natal chart, which you can find if you pull up your your if you log it into like Astro Dot Com with your date of birth years time of birth and the place you were born and you'll book all the planet and it's really Looking at romance you're GONNA WANNA look at the Mars, the Venus the moon. And look at those three and see if those fines with that person are. Compatible. Yeah. That makes yeah. We've. Got All of that somewhere and I have a friend who was kind of interested in this and she was. Going through and looking at all of our charts and stuff. Interesting. It's a lot. I can't wait to look that up. That's amazing. It's a and also. You do you do that? Do you? I'm looking at my list trying to find it all you know paranormal investigator I know that part 'cause I've investigated. Define I. Love It. We had a we had a great time. That's what about the only time I can come. Well, you know other times but I can call my energy down and bring it in and listen to what spirit doing what everyone's doing 'cause normally us. We like to. You know just be the bell of the ball, but I can put that aside for paranormal because I'm so interested in it. It's so. Fascinating. All the yeah. I. I love investigated on. You'll how I felt like there was so much energy there. And at the Parker House I'm sorry the house with the second wants to. Baker. So hold on old parts. Old Parts. My I couldn't remember. Remember..

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"jim nice" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"jim nice" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"We're talking with the director, the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy. Jim Carroll. Jim. I recently read a piece that 25% increase in the suicides for young adults during covert 19 and before the pandemic, there was an epidemic of opioids. What? What? The progress, if any, are we making in battling the opioid epidemic? We're making good progress there, The President Trump beginning of the administration, said By the end of the first term, he wanted a 1/3 production number of high opioid prescription. We've already exceeded that were you know in the mid thirties now so that doctors aren't overprescribing. That's what happened in so many cases. If you have a kind of pain, we absolutely need to make sure that you get that medication. Or, you know, short term, you get it for a couple of days as you need it, But, you know, by cutting down the number of pills that are being son into the community, there's lots of a chance for addiction and lots of peanuts for diversion. Four people are stealing it out of your medicine cabinet. How much of this is being done by gangs? I know that a western Maryland there has been a major problem with Emma's 13 on DH. Part of what they bring to Western Maryland is a lot of drugs. How much of this illegal drug freight is being done by Latin American gangs or domestic banks. You have so much of it is really it's being brought into the area. Five things you know, Sometimes it'll make its way down Teo for sort of distribution of a small level. You know for someone who was not in the gang, but it is virtually impossible to bring any quantity of drugs into the U. S. Without one there, one of the major Mexican gang then turned over. In the U. S. To someone like 13. You know where some of the other cartels in Mexico that now you know, under the previous administration were able, you know, to really get a foothold in us. We're using the full weight of the federal government and targeting thes traffickers, Those of the people that should not see the light of day those people that I'm worried about those of the one that we're gonna lock up. People that have an addiction, though way, sort of intimated that this in the beginning they haven't disease. They haven't addiction. We need to get those folks into treatment for a minor drug possession charge. Maryland You know, has really been leading the way. Representative easy. Harris as a physician and a congressman understands up and so they're more drug diversion ports where people who have an addiction are being treated. For the disease of addiction. The congressman understands that he's tough on law enforcement, but he's compassionate. You know, with the people. That's what President Trump wants. That's what I wanted. That's really what every Marylander should want. For good. Jim Carroll, the director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy. That website again. Jim was fine treatment dot gov. Perfect. Okay, forget Jim. Nice talking with you. Thank you. You too, 7 43 Write down. Whether on the threes Whitaker brought to you is a serious to Bernie's automotive. Six. So one back over neck Road in Essex Beltway West side looking at the sunshine right there in the windshield, outer.

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Of a Certain Age, with Jim Metzendorf

Mac Power Users

05:02 min | 2 years ago

Of a Certain Age, with Jim Metzendorf

"L. Everyone. This is David sparks joined by my pal and yours Mr Stephen Hackett how's it going Stephen? It's good David it is. It is good. I have to say. That, our guest today really has on my toes. which will get reasons of like it's kind of like when you show up at work like the boss's boss's they're like and you feel like you can't goof off her do anything I'm going to be on my best behavior is what I'm saying that. Well, you know, well, why don't we just welcome to the show Jim Medicine Dorf Jim Nice to have you on the Mac power users summer of fun. The. Show it was so great hanging out with you guys last month that DUB DUB and San Jose. Wrong universe. Hey, guys, thanks for having me I. appreciate it. So for those who who may not know I, need to give a little back story to. With Jim a lot of you probably know Jim he's part of the sort of apple audio community online but when I came on the show now what a year and a half ago I over the editing that was kind of one of the one of my. Sticking points today was like I'll do it but I when I went the edit and I edited it for quite a long time and over time needed to hand it off to somebody else and. Jim is that somebody else will get into this but Jim at, it's a lot of podcast including a lot on relay FM and I'll tell you honestly we didn't get a single comment the week you took over because you are you're better editor than I am first of all, but it was so seamless and you're so good to work with and. That's all great. But you're also like this big MAC nurse we're GONNA get into that today. So that's when I say. I'm on my toes. So I take notes during the show via maybe places where we talk over each other we need to fix something and now gyms just here he here's all that anyways because he edits the show but now he's going to hear them in real time just how bad we are at the sometimes. Yeah. Jim. Is The all hearing ear of the relay network and I was joking with him earlier because when we record the show and I make a mistake, I can't help myself I say sorry Jim every time and we write it down. So there's probably a super cut of MEESANE. Sorry Jam like fifteen minutes long if you put it all together but the other thing that's where it is Jim here's all our shows before they released. So sometimes Jemele text me about something that happened on focus and say how's that going Wait anyway. But Jim is a pro audio engineer and Mac Nerd we talk about audio workflows and video workflows. Today Jim also has some of the things that he does a lot He's got a small business and we're GONNA, talk about that and he's a musician and we Jim and I got on the phone yesterday and we kind of worked out all of our jazz talk. So we knew ca Stephen is going to. Go crazy if I spend the whole episode talking about it but but Jim uses APPs and technology for some of his music too. So we got a lot to cover today. Jim, are you ready strapped in for this? I'm ready. Let's do it. All right. Well, give us a little background Jim, how did you get all this knowledge and get to where you right now? Oh my gosh. Well, I. The first thing to say is I'm. A person of a certain age I'm forty five to be exact. So wait wait wait. person of age. Forty five. Yeah. I used to catch myself doing that I'm not that old why? Why are we doing this to ourselves Jim? You're good. It works for some of us. Just remember what Indiana Jones says though it's not the years it's the mileage. Yeah exactly. So you know I say I'm forty five because I have been using the MAC for an awful long time. Now, at this point I got my first machine in Nineteen ninety-four. Was a quadra eight, forty, eight V. I'll try to go through the the life history of Jim as quickly as I can. So we can get to the stuff that's of use to will listeners hopefully, but I was exposed to audio and video and photography from birth more or less My Dad was a professional photographer. And he was also the recording engineer for a regional symphony where I grew up. Here in Ohio. and. So really at a at a young age, I would go with him to concerts. And by the time I was ten or twelve years old I was helping him. Rap Microphone Cables and. kind of learning. Some of the very, very basics of audio. Through through Osmosis of. Spending time with him while he was doing his thing.

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"jim nice" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"jim nice" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Six oh five left in the third period this is lost the puck at center back dumps it in Cheryl stops back cans of the right wing side for Blackwell Blackwell goes back to to the already know him you send to northeast Mr Gordon's Mahjoub money to get the pot brought up twice now here's Ryan Johannsen looking for others to join in this approach is make the change systems goes down to the trapezoid skating by was Blackwell here is Ellis lays it over for you I didn't going clean I'm not sure whether one awful but it went in the back of the net eventually what if ASEAN pass that was right now it's just kind of always at the point just turns around and sees his partner Yossi sneaking down the backside I think that just not great under the blocker of Reddick short side nice shot from Yossi and all two point seven for the press both Blackwell insistence war in front of the net area Jim nice pass the bill is see that seem familiar defensins on the backside and throat UT sauce ready to cross the ice landed on his stick the Greek minister Yossi two.

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"jim nice" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"jim nice" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Approved was a proposal to training. Teachers to help make sure every trial has access to civics education in the Commonwealth right now, we are looking at sixty degrees and mostly cloudy skies in Boston at seven fifty one. We'll get you check on traffic and weather together. Coming up next listening to you during your communities and easy way multitasking, they keep you informed while you get where you need to go age of smart speaker technology. Stay informed at home just as easy. Smarts. Smart. Newsradio aids, Adam Kaufman, like many of you, I need seven or eight hours of good uninterrupted sleep. That's not realistic for me up late watching games than early to be on the radio. But since I've been sleeping on my pillow. I've been getting the best sleep of my life, and I can't think the inventor of my pillow Mike Lindell enough right now. He's giving WBZ listeners his best offer yet, you can get a two pack of my pillow premium pillows for sixty nine ninety eight only thirty four ninety nine per pillow lowest price ever offered on radio or TV. And this offer is only available at my pillow dot com or call one eight hundred nine five to sixteen thirty seven and use the code Adam this pillow has changed my life with its patented fill it gives me the support. I need to get to sleep quicker in stay there longer. Don't just take my word for it, try it, you can always return the pillows with their sixty day money back guarantee and ten year warranty. Call one eight hundred nine five to sixteen thirty seven. Or go to mypillow dot com, code Adam, you'll be glad you did hide Susan Warwick. Let's do something together this Sunday night, and every Sunday night at eight together will listen to just don't lose the money with Sam lane. John conley? And Ryan Marston of Rabin, Alang wealth partners will give current and vital retirement. Planning information and will learn their guiding principles to protecting your retirement roll number one, just don't lose the money and rule. Number two, don't forget rule. Number one. Join us for just out lose the money Sunday nights at eight here on NewsRadio. Ten thirty WBZ. In boston. A leading tour and adventure company just reached a new milestone by offering its one hundredth worldwide tour. It's the sound of success with signature business banking, from Brookline Bank. And with leading services like foreign exchange. Our intuitive platform, Brookline Bank FX. It's not only the sound of success. It's why more companies set sail with great business banking from Brookline Bank, signature business banking, only from Brookline Bank, member FDIC, member DIF. And right now, seven fifty three traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. And here's Mike king. Thanks, jim. Nice and quiet out there for the most part, the expressway southbound.

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"jim nice" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"jim nice" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"Program that you'll be launching here in July. But I asked you about last year. The Cowboys linebacking crew really seemed to take a step forward. How do you put into perspective, what you in van direction, the rest of your linebacking teammates have accomplished and what is your perspective on where this group can go? Man, we've been able to first of all thanks for having me. Hey, my pleasure. Have you means a lot man? But our, our core man on its, we're family. You know, we, we understand the foundation that we've built and the camaraderie. Goes on mats. You know, we, we've got five six guys aren't, you know, the, the entire linebacker roster could all be stars in this league. You know what I mean? So for for us knowing that, and then just being genuine good people who love the game of football, that's really was jailed together. Have you ever held like a like late in Vandermeesch? After a play. Absolutely. I've done it multiple times. He's, he's talking. He's taught me a lot. Like what? How to how I'm not gonna do it on the air. Come on give us one shot on air. Listen man, I got some secret sauce midday. He didn't he didn't eight and put me on game. He has a kidney, man. So it's, it's, it's wonderful for sure. You mentioned that your linebacking crew is like family, and your real family. Your brother rod signed with the giants, what's going to be like going up against him this season in tackling him. Man, I get the later would on final. And you're not holding back. No, I'm not holding back. You know, we, it was a blessing for us to to be able to play together for, for three years. No one, I mean with my brother going to stay to me going Notre Dame. We'd never got a chance to play, you know, together so that was wonderful. You know, me getting draft him him getting waived and signed by the Cowboys plan for four years, and then me being drafted by the Cowboys are which is our dad's favorite team that was a dream come true. But now he goes to whatever arrivals, and like I said, I get to beat up on them. Now, I'm looking forward to your dad's favorite team growing up was the Dallas Cowboys absolutely would and today still is at the Dallas Cowboys are yet to split his allegiance now to some giant phantom. He's, he's still Dallas Cowboys fan, but his only son. Older son's place for giant now. He's, he's gonna have a he'll have jersey in the closet. So Jalen, let's picture this, what would it mean to you, and your dad as a longtime Cowboys fan if you can help return, this team to the promised land, and get it another Super Bowl title? It would mean everything, you know, for us. We understand the Cowboys standard that, you know what set and for us I it's our duty to bring home another championship. It's been so many years of almost twenty years believe. It. You know if keeps up. So we, we understand that the time is now. But we have to focus one day. It's actually over twenty years over twenty. It is over twenty. Wow. It's been what ninety five right? Yeah, I believe that's the last one that you know that year I was born. So I should have known that isn't that right? Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Twenty I'll be twenty four next month. So Jim nice season. What a great thing to be twenty four to be playing the way you are to be a restricted free agent after the twenty nine thousand nine season when you'll have only three accrued seasons your future..

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"jim nice" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"jim nice" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Or national audience. This is forensic talk with Jim Campbell all talking all crime. The nation's biggest murderers financial crimes on Wall Street. The facts the forensics the inside stories today the point is, ladies and gentlemen. Right. Works a poster child for the Enron WorldCom Tyco era of corporate greed and fraud. Was it prosecutorial abuse? Led to the railroading of a legendary CEO is only broadcast interview since released from prison studying history, straight Belsky was a twenty seven year veteran of Tyco the last ten years serving a CEO building one of the most successful growth machines in the history of corporate America, thousands of acquisitions until the downfall at a prison sentence of unprecedented lengths derby wartime than murderers Kozlowski. Welcome. Thank you. Jim. Nice to be here. Morning. You were accused of basically stealing one hundred and seventy million dollars Tyco through undocumented secret loans, etcetera you were in prison. I think for over one hundred Muncie average homicide is fifty two months. They tried to charge. You wonder Rico, which is, you know, criminal enterprise. Mafia, all of those charges were shut out. You were tried by state, not the federal all this was documented though, by Price Waterhouse, and you're bored during the bonuses rural audited by outside orders. So all that was there. I was accused and convicted of not having the bonuses appropriately approved by directors. So the weather stealing your own bonus. Exactly. Let's talk a little bit about reform items prisoner, then governance you sat in there. Do you have a ideas for prison reform or does a lot of waste going on right of Taliban. Folks. Go back out on the street with nothing. Presently form should be higher. Everybody's agenda because it's such a drain on society. I'm involved in the fortune organization which helps people coming out of jail to get back on their feet, providing housing job training and also may jobs, thanks to Dennis Kozlowski. That was a hugely fast hour and really appreciate him coming by. Because he's keeping a low profile is not doing interviews. Saw really means a lot that you've done this. Was convicted sentenced to one year in prison for insider trading sheets worked for Roz Roger rotten about the galleon group headphone for Intel trivia m- capital in IBM. Tell us briefly what what was prison like your life changes forever. I will not only Lynch for the media. I I had to go to put off to cooperating with the feds for seven years, helping them crack the biggest insider tweeting case, I help them with the network of information works everything. The resurrection of SEC seventy two asset management. Hedge fund titan in Greenwich resident Steve Cohen's firm. Forced to shut down by the government on allegations of insider trading reemerging, a family office. I up dog. He's is the president of the two asset management prior to joining point seventy two. He was director mckinsey's worked for the CIA and General Electric, welcome. Doug, good to have you. Thank you, Jim. So I want to start off just the scope with challenge that you were given and this is from the criminal complaint charges a.

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"jim nice" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"jim nice" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The Enron WorldCom Tyco era of corporate greed and fraud was that prosecutorial abuse. Railroading of a legendary CEO it is only broadcast interview since released from prison setting history straight. Dennis Kozlowski was a twenty seven year veteran of Tyco. The last ten years serving a CEO building one of the most successful growth machines in the history of corporate America, thousands of acquisitions until the downfall at a prison sentence of unprecedented length Cervi wartime than murderers, Kozlowski, welcome. Thank you. Jim. Nice to be here. This morning. Cusack. Basically, stealing one hundred and seventy million dollars taco through undocumented, secret, loans, etc. If you were in prison, I think for over one hundred months the average homicide is fifty two months. They tried to charge. You wonder Rico, which is, you know, criminal enterprise. Mafia, all eighty of those charges were shut out. You were tried by state. The federal all this was documented though by Price Waterhouse and your board. The bonuses were all audited by outside. Auditors shove all that was there. I was accused and convicted of having the bonuses appropriately approved by director show. The why they call us stealing your own bonus. Exactly. Let's talk about reform items prisoner, then governance you sat in there. Do you have a ideas for a prison reformer? There's a lot of waste going on right of Taliban. Folks. Go back out on the street with nothing. Should be higher. Everybody's agenda because such a drain on society. I'm involved in the fortune organization which helps people coming out of jail to get back on their feet, providing housing job training and also jobs. Thanks to Dennis Kozlowski. That was a hugely fast hour and really appreciate him coming by. Because he's keeping a low profile is not doing interviews. Solid. Really means a lot that you've done this. John was convicted sentenced to one year in prison for insider trading sheets worked for Roz Roger Rodney, but the galleon group hedge phone for Intel trivia m- capital and tell us briefly what what was prison like your life changes forever. I will not only Lynch for the media. I I had to go to prison after cooperating with the feds for seven years, helping them crack the biggest insider tweeting case, I help them with the network of information works everything. Resurrection of SEC seventy two asset management. Hedge fund titan in Greenwich resident Steve Cohen's firm forced to shut down by the government on allegations of insider trading reemerging as a family office. I Doug Hayes is the president appoints two asset management prior to joining point seventy two. He was director McKenzie's worked for the CIA and General Electric, welcome. Doug, good to have you. Thank you, Jim. So I wanna start off just the scope of the challenge that you were given and this is from the criminal complaint. Zyppah charges a bit of a major headphone with criminal responsibility for.

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"jim nice" Discussed on X96

X96

05:34 min | 3 years ago

"jim nice" Discussed on X96

"Somebody in Arizona, I would encourage them to move today because the Arizona house has voted to expand vaccine exemptions amid an ongoing measles outbreak. Not in Arizona right now. Although there probably will be if they pass this. Yeah. Let's see. It was close really revolt separating them. Both good candidates. Number two, if you know someone in Arizona encourage them to move today wins. Boehner the day for February twenty five twenty thousand nineteen it is not qualified to be Boehner of the week decided on Friday. Yeah, we have with us in the studio. One of them good-looking TV reporter. Got to be good looking to be on the TV. Not on the radio. We do Jim spe- wack here. From channel to Jim. Nice to meet you. It's good to be here. Thank you very much real quickly to that point right there. I got to say that my daughter or my daughter my sister, she's four years older than me. She flies airplanes for living in my dad says what did I do? I got a daughter who flies airplanes and a son who wears makeup. She did the right thing. That's a good thing. They make a pays the bills. So GMC wack is here. He's going to be doing a report on channel two tonight. You're doing whole series of report channel two is about long-term addictions. And what are you going to be talking about specifically tonight on general too? So Bill what we do is. We're starting the series tonight. It's called addicted Utah and tonight's report which airs at ten o'clock and our ten o'clock show it focuses on opioids, and you know, we've all heard about the opioid epidemic. That is really nothing new. It's obviously hit Utah very very hard. It's rampant here through. Throughout the state has been for quite some time. What we are looking for are the headlines and the stories that have it made the headlines yet. So our story tonight. We're calling the walking wounded these are people that have overdosed. But have not died going back since two thousand sixteen in Utah on there have been more than eleven thousand people who have overdosed and did not true, and they live through it. And these are people that are alive, but not really living and were chronicling some of their struggles. And in particular, there's this one woman she's in her late twenties now, and she had every reason to get ahead in life. She came from a privileged family. She had faith in her life. And she got addicted not because she got into an accident, and she had a bunch of chronic pain or anything like that she found out. She was gay and she had a hard time dealing with how to cope with that. And come out and about it as a religion, religion and faith and her family and. And that helped numb the pain for her. And that's how she started. So so if people so you think when people overdose and and actually lived through it. Some of them. Do they quit drugs some of them? But some of them continue this woman that were going to be reporting on tonight, she was in rehab nine times. So she couldn't quit she tried. She ended up homeless on the streets. Not too far from the studio where we're broadcasting from right now. And it's it's tough in what they tell me is that they won't quit until they finally decide and make the decision themselves and that it's now time, and they have support systems in place. But know, this woman that we're going to be reporting on tonight, she she tried many many times she was on the verge death, many many times she also had an alcohol dependency as well. And she editor editor lowest point had a point five blood, alcohol content and after one night of drinking that point. Oh that didn't killer either point five almost. Yeah. Almost and instead of going into rehab after that incident, she went back to drugs. It's tonight on channel two. To ten o'clock news gyms be wack is the reporter you will you have other reporters working on the story throughout the week. So what we're gonna do is. We're probably going to do one bigger piece a month. And that's going to be this piece and never going to do a follow up report. So there will be another follow up report on Thursday. You're going to hear about some of the efforts being made to help those get into recovery. So we're going to be talking about the issue. And then we're gonna be talking about how you can get some help in what resources are out there. Or if there aren't any resources for that type of issue. You know, the fact in will report on that the fact that there aren't resources for those issue. And again, we're not just going to be talking about drugs. We're going to be talking about sex addiction porn addiction any type of addiction. You can think of throughout this series that we're going to be doing it. Again. It's going to be long term. We're going to be highlighting the issue. And then we're going to be highlighting the help that people can get as well. Okay. So gyms Buick relatively. Yeah. Kerry, Jim is apparently the Steffi in the chat room. Here says Jim spe- wack, the nice guy who did the story about my son's voter registration being dropped from the database. Yes. Yeah. That's right. I remember she wants to thank you. Okay. Well, hi, how you doing? Thanks for watching. Everybody listens to this show. Jim be wack is relatively new to Utah. So make make him feel welcome by watching his story tonight. Channel two. You're watching your peering at him through the TV, and you he'll make him. Feel welcome. Thanks for stopping by and nice to meet you. Well, thanks for having me. I really appreciate it. Thanks, jim. All right. We'll finish things up a few moments standby feared.

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