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Are All Reagan Presidential Foundation Board Members Reaganites?

Mark Levin

02:07 min | 4 months ago

Are All Reagan Presidential Foundation Board Members Reaganites?

"It looks like mostly the board Of the Reagan foundation Which I feel a very close affinity to our Friends and surrogates and confidants of the chairman Fred Ryan to make sure he has no challenges And your little fare early on he was staff assistant at the pregnant president Reagan in the office of presidential advance Where of course he would have met his friend Fred Ryan Just giving you some examples Let's see here We have John lonsdale cofounder managing partner 8 VC a U.S. based venture capital firm which manages $4 billion Something is strange here mister producer Why all these individuals these investors these finance guys there aren't many reaganites on the Reagan border directors ladies and gentlemen and McLaughlin core locus is Steve Forbes is Then you have Susan McCall businesswoman former diplomat and philanthropist She served as the U.S. ambassador to the republic of Austria under whom And is currently president of S and R capital investments We have Rupert Murdoch and Lachlan Murdoch those are two reaganites Peggy noonan really a reaganite name only Ted Olson used to be an old buddy of mine but he's crossed the railroad tracks Gerald parsky chairman of aurora capital Jim Patterson chairman chief executive officer for sole owner of the Patterson group Canada's third largest privately held company I know that was here oregano

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"jim patterson" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"jim patterson" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"That's what we're governed by all out of san francisco. Oh all breaking news. The attorney general merrick garland has stopped federal executions at darn it. What trump was execute guys all thirteen of them in very quickly. Yeah garland is stopping them. Now trump carried out thirteen executions in six months. Yeah that's gotta be a record running guys through that chamber so fast because he knew if i don't get reelected we're gonna kill guys. I coming up next. We talk to state assemblyman. Jim patterson it may sound like a joke. But it's not you are in a third world country in california. The california independent system operator is begging the world for power to keep the lights on this summer coming up. You know any girlfriends or other moms into this. Trevor bauer stuff now. Because we really don't talk about those now. I've heard when when women get together and they have their wine lynch's they all start stuff like that. Sex agree not like no. You never heard of this because you were reading that Shades of gray larry very. Let's say a minor compared. Okay did you like that book. What i did. Oh books that's textbooks and that's about a bondage people getting tied. It's more than that. It was a movie. I think i saw one of so awful. Yeah the movie wasn't great. The books are better but didn't approach going on more coming up. Debra mark has the news. Kfi am six forty..

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"jim patterson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"jim patterson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Call worldwide to see if they can route power to California because they're freaking out that there's going to have to be major blackouts coming around the state. On top of the heatwave, which just hit mostly the Pacific Northwest, but did hit us. There's the drought, so they're putting out a special call to the world to send California power. Is this any more pathetic? Why don't they build natural gas plants? What? Oh, was the window little slow this week? They? It says here the ideas the state will have to beg for power at the last minute if another heat wave comes so they want to call out how do you beg for power all over the world? Oh, like if Norway has extra, how did they get it here? Jim Patterson's holding a zoom news conference coming up at three. We're going to get them on the show later because he usually needs to charge on stories like this. You know, it says here summer has barely begun, and we have already experienced extreme heat waves, creating dangerous conditions and shattering records across the country. So they are putting out a call for power from the world. Wow. Yeah. If you're not tracking this, we have the most idiotic power system set up. Because it relies way too much on solar and wind and the solar runs short when the sun sets and the wind run short because some days are calm. And when we get into trouble is there's not enough. We ended on a solar And we have we're hydro electric power is way low because of the Water.

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"jim patterson" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"jim patterson" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"It runs on son instead of gas. You know, natural gas, a regular gang pump gas. Whatever. It's free. It's the sunshine. Now. Tesla made a lot of noise a couple of years ago. When they introduce something called the Power wall, which is very, very big in the solar business. It's probably the number one seller solar battery system from Tesla. But after doing some homework This generator provides like 2 to 3 times more juice than the Tesla Power wall. You know, for about the same price so I had installed And we did some dry runs is if the powered run out and even though I have a partial solar system It does not do my whole house. Maybe only about 40 50% of it because I have a lot of trees. Man, This thing was outstanding. I got my I've got my kitchen. I got the dining room so I could do my show's living room so I can live plug so I can plug in my breathing year fish tank is on bedrooms lit up. Great. It's just great. So it was a smart thing to do. I could be real smug here and from my nose to Gavin Newsom and say, Bring it on that would be so wrong. Because they need to fix this stuff. We'll find out from Jim Patterson and one o'clock what they plan to do about it. You know the party in power. If they're so concerned that it's climate change, and the temperature is really elevating, then they should do something to mitigate that. I mean, they can't change the the temperature, but they should be proactive and be doing something with the grid or backup power systems of some out some way. And don't tell me it can't be done. There's just not the money to do it because the state is blowing it on every other stupid social program. And, yes, I'm kind of talking really fast because we got off to a late start this morning because of Amy Cockney Barrett. So that's basically the day today. There's lots of news three major pieces of news about Cove in 19. I want to share with you calling Kaepernick. What Yeah. Saying about him shortly and in international news, something I'll probably covered tomorrow. It looks like Lebanon and Israel are going to end their state of hostility that they've had for years. They're working on it. Ah, this could be another coup sort of for Donald Trump. Although I think a lot of this is being instigated from inside of both company countries. Eso We're gonna look at this a little more. And I may have my friend Mike Ramsey on who's from Lebanon. Who knows all about this stuff tomorrow? Fascinating, man. Fascinating subject. I tell you All right, break time game J. He's talked 5 81 of 59. Yeah,.

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"jim patterson" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"jim patterson" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Assemblyman Jim Patterson is touring the creek Fire area up in the Sierras. He spoke with K. M. J's Brodsky and Masson earlier, the basic efforts there is to get a more solid information about where they anticipated. To go and what moving forward their deployment of resources might look like over. 200 wildfires are burning today from Washington state down to Southern California. The re sources are stretched thin. With so many big fires. ABC is Alex Stone reports in San Francisco and across much of the Bay Area on eerie sight. He looks apocalyptic shrouded in smoke. The city looking reddish orange is the sun shines through the smoke coming from the bear fire Growing near Chico, Much of California smells like smoke right now. Covered in a blanket from so many wildfires burning. The fire is being fueled by tinder dry conditions. Heat and today wind due to smoke and ash coming from the creek fire. Quanah Me Park Dae use area and campgrounds air shut to the public. Fresno County says the parking campgrounds will remain closed until it's determined to be safe for the public to return Avocado Lake and went in parks, which are a short distance from Quanah. Me. Park will remain open until further notice. Valley. Air officials say the health caution remains due to the unhealthy conditions from the wildfire smoke, causing increased particular matter. The health caution will remain in effect until the fires have been extinguished. Over the Wall Street where the stock market is up around. 2.3% Dow Up more than 620 points.

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"jim patterson" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"jim patterson" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Up and down twice a day for 5 to 10 minutes. Or better yet, try a power walking your terrorists or backyard for some fresh air there more helpful. Pack your tips that you move dot com spelled. Why you move dot com as rolling blackouts Continuing California heat wave is gripping the state and much of the western United States and that has sharply increased demand for air conditioning. Which has in turn tax, the state's power infrastructure as Faras backup energy sources Utility Reform network, Mark Tony says So when we're thinking of backup there, two ways to go, one is the gas fired plants. The other is the emerging battery story, and we're going to need both for awhile. California Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom says bad planning is what's leading to most of these rolling blackouts. We failed to predict implant these shortages and that's simply unacceptable. State Assembly man Jim Patterson, seeing the energy blackouts in California are due at least in part to the state self imposed dependency. On renewable energy resource is Steve Bannon called the charges levelled against him and three other associates, a political hit job. Bannon, who pleaded not guilty on Thursday to charges he allegedly defrauded donors in the $25 million, We build the wall scam, along with three associates addressed the case during an episode of his podcast. War room. I reiterate this. That's fiasco yesterday was to intimidate anybody that wants to talk about American sovereignty and wants to talk about the wall. We're we're never going to stop talking about that. And fighting force for use radio news. I'm Timberg. His hair loss run in your family. Are you worried? You're losing your hair? You can do something before Hair loss becomes irreversible. You can re grow thicker, healthier here without surgery or any invasive procedure..

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"jim patterson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:32 min | 2 years ago

"jim patterson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Activities depending on you know what his perception of the latest virus threat is. Well, I mean, his latest order is once again shut down the Barbara and Salon services. And, according to the state code, business and Professions, Code, all barbering, cosmetology and electron ology services have to be performed indoors. We're not going to talk about an effort to appeal to the governor to waive the restriction and allow people to perform those services outside like the restaurants have outdoor dining. Assemblyman Jim Patterson lead today a zoom press conference on the issue along with people from the barbering and beauty shop industry. We're gonna have a guest on from there as well. So let's go get them on the show and talk about it. We got Jim Patterson, Republican from Fresno, and Rosie, a bar owner of Social Salon, Sweets and Glendale. Rosie. Thank you for coming on. Thank you for having me and Jim. Thank you for coming on again. Glad to be here. Thanks a lot. What We appreciate how you're just standing up for businesses and trying to engineer some solutions for you. Why is there a law that requires barbering and hairstyling to go on indoors? I've never heard of that. Well, who do you want? Maybe my understanding isn't quite as as clear. Uh, So what? So what a lot of you go ahead. And answer that question. Okay, so I've been license for over 23 years and the reason why is because we can control our environment with our sanitation. That that's that's the reason that simple. It's more sanitary. Really that simple. Yeah. And if you did all your work outdoors now, because of the virus, you'd be able to account for that those sanitary issues. Well, I mean, we'll be able to account for some based off of the services that we can provide outdoors. Obviously, there's gonna be a lot of services that we can't do outdoors like, for instance, color and skin care services and other things like that, But as Faras A cz faras. What we can control it. Basically anything that we touch, though, are our utensils. Anything on that the customer Khun touch and then obviously the environment around us as well. Talk about exactly what this shutdown now part to do it again. Shutting down the salon's has done to people in your business. Well, it just doesn't make any sense. I mean, we just recently had a meeting with the county public Health Department and state board just a few days before and they were ensuring that we have everything that we need. We've been Applied with guidelines on what equipment and what kind of personal protection equipment we needed to be able to perform our services safely with our client, and regardless of whether or not there was going to be arriving cases, so that's why when we found out that we were getting shut down along with these other businesses that Ah, are not state licensed in sanitation. It was very confusing. It was it was it was that's really with a nice wife. So you were told, by and this is L, a county public health officials that because you have all these sanitation measures in place That even if the cases go up, you're not going to be closed down again. They just said that we had everything in place and that even if the cases went up that we just need to be cautious about it, But it did not imply that we would ever be put on the chopping block if there were more closures. Jim. Is there any data any scientific evidence that there's significant transmission going on in salons and barbershops? Uh, there's a lot of data and it as it comes out of the CDC, and we had some of that information in our zoom press conference. CDC did a very complete study. But I want to get the numbers right? I think there were two Individuals who contracted Who worked for a salon. They worked on something like 125 130 individuals over a period of time in the CDs. He studied it and found absolutely no evidence. That any of that was transmitted to any of the clients. So the idea that there is some kind of a connection between spreading the Corona virus and these particular Operations just simply doesn't exist. I want to say something that I think I understand about this silly. Section in the business and professional code. That basically says. You have to know that they have to get that he's on that was basically for unlicensed. People who practice this kind of business that they can't they can't do it. They could only on Lee do it inside. They can't do it outside. What there. But this was getting at what was simply those people that were sort of doing it on their own. And, you know, you know, maybe in the backyard or other people were coming in, and it was then that they were quote unlicensed. The idea that this little section Can be interpreted as an absolute restraint from these individuals going from the inside to the outside. First of all, I think is just nicked picking of the you know the highest order. Up, But beyond that, it's entirely fails to recognize that they are every bit have the right to operate. Outdoors if they so choose, you know, on a patio, you know, and and perhaps a breezeway or or a parking lot or in a backyard. I mean, some of these salons are actually in people's homes. So the bottom line here is what we're trying to do is to say, Governor you again have confused everybody. Uh, you said everybody, that's that's indoors. You got to go outdoors that sent a signal to all of these people. Okay, we'll go outdoors and then bang. That door was shut in their face by the bureaucracy that regulates and oversees the barbers and the salons. And so what we have here. It is a perfect example of the confusion. You just mentioned about how the state of California's going about this, So what we do. What we did today was we delivered a letter signed by me and others and signed by the representative of the association that represents So all of these particular Types of salons and barbers and the like, And we basically said, Look, you Governor. You have to exercise the authority that you've used before. You've allowed the restaurants to put the alcohol outside and then they can take it home. And all of that, that all required a waiver of rules and regulations. And the governor has done this. There over and over again, how he missed. This is beyond any of us. And so what we've done is pointed out. And as of about An hour ago, the state cosmetology board. It was actually admitting, I think was a Facebook page. I saw that they're aware of this now and that they're working on it and trying to figure out a way. Unfortunately, I think bureaucracies goingto work so slow that it to get to a decision. That's why we said to the governor. Take this action to let these people go outside. They have every right to have the opportunity to choose. Some may choose to go outside because they've got a you know, the backyard patio. They've got a parking lot. They've got frontage, you know, on the street that could open up. Who knows? But they should be able to choose on DH. They have been stripped. Of their fundamental way of making a living by being closed down, and now they're being stripped of even a moderate opportunity to open up and to have a business..

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"jim patterson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"jim patterson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Procedures who can't pay their medical bills so we'll talk about that at seven forty five and of course when Porter will join us with this we can financial news with Kentucky planning partners at eight thirty five all right let's get a check of that WLKY forecast from meteorologist Susanne Horgan and again she's telling us abundant sunshine today high of fifty four tonight mostly clear low of thirty two now tomorrow my son again head the Jim Patterson stadium could you about baseball because it is going to be a beautiful February dates can be some increasing clouds with a high of fifty six Monday then everything falls apart but we won't talk too much about that just so you can prepare rain likely Monday we could see snow probably by the middle of the week but just you know light accumulations correct it is twenty two cool degrees at newsradio eight forty WHAS this is news radio eight forty WHAS available everywhere with the I heart radio ads now number one for podcasting newsradio wait forty WHAS and I heart radio station Terry Meiners here shouting from the mountaintops how much I'm enjoying driving a twenty twenty ram truck and now they have over fifteen thousand dollars in ram big horn incentives on the ram big horn crew cab four by four that hit me V. eight at every ram dealer in town you'll only find this proven five point seven liter hemi V. eight into ram so why would you settle or trust on any other engine then the proven ram fifteen hundred with a hemi V. eight it's the only truck anywhere within available twelve inch HD touchscreen there's nothing close to that beautiful you connect touch screen on any truck and then there's space for everybody you get more second row leg room in a ram fifteen hundred and any other full size pickups plus you get heated and cooled and reclining seats in the second row the ram trucks standard features blow other trucks out of the water the incentives package again over fifteen thousand dollars on the ram big horn crew cab four by four the hemi V. eight.

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"jim patterson" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"jim patterson" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Ad related products services and innovations ever all of this stuff we're at the World Bank expo now you know somebody asked me is when I got into a how many years have been doing this and I'm not sure about the show started it it's had its different incarnations but officially back in nineteen sixty eight I think that's the year that this apparently got fly in kind of a consistent way which is also the year I graduated from high school do the math and you can see I'm getting H. so as far as I know I think I started doing this after the first year that I was a camp J. so I think this is like thirty one years for me at this show that's a long time but that we marked fifty years in this business on Friday so thirty one years of doing this is not all that big of a deal is it going up Jim Patterson of rejoining us at noon today he is putting together a a measure that is long long long long long long long overdue then what he's seeking is I need to get rid of all the parts in stock on the way the ballot measures are with you know what I'm talking about the titles the summaries they are completely biased usually biased to the party in charge which is always the Democrats and when it comes to how these things are presented to the public we are often too confused it's it's our ethical it's evil the way that these are written and presented you know we're has to vote one way on something that sounds very very safe and financially prudent but the reality of our boat is it's always the opposite of what we're being told what we presume we were reading correctly and we get screwed we get screwed look the last gas tax measure look at what's coming up with property you know prop thirteen on the November ballot that's wrong me that's the last protection with commercial and private property we have against higher taxes and getting raped by the tax man and you know we've we've known for a long time that the government the Democrats hate this damn thing but the way that it's written you know guide you in another direction.

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"jim patterson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"jim patterson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Like. I don't I turn it off it's too much you. all right wow. yeah. Johnny only so much a guy can take down again so KFI am six forty live everywhere in the I heart radio app art when did remark to apparently is life everywhere live everywhere he is everywhere all right so we got a lot to get to the next hour we're going to talk to us somebody in the music business said John actually knows the guy and apparently what did he did he sign this woman or what's the deal he wanted. that's why we're having a having a mine we're gonna see how it's going to start with the Russian homeless woman that sang in the subway and of course the video went viral John loves that when the video goes viral there are more fun to try singing in the subway I don't know I I am not a good singer I finally got the virus today I I hadn't actually sat and watched the video all the way through. it's like also step yes you said she's singing opera and the story is she got bounced out under the street because of medical bills all she had was this ten thousand dollar violin and she played for. people walking by and they donate money and then some bad guy Stolar violin and then they busted up and now she was reduced to singing in the subway tunnel because he might she did get a contractor she might get a con well I this far as I know Jole diamond who's a famous record producer for many decades he's had a lot of big acts is offering her a contract and I will find out how far it's gone and then tomorrow night in San Pedro they're having a big festival because they are unveiling the new Little Italy district down there and she's going to be singing at that and I'm going to. the Italian food I love Italian yes we'll be telling you go together conference five to ten o'clock in the same they carried away a little one. I can't have you showing up one nine a Saturdays now I know you really like me it's just an actor I know that's what you want to I DO is gonna have a nightmare type will defer more. thing up all around them my voice is over and over again yeah. Jim Patterson Jim Patterson the assemblyman from the Central Valley up in the Fresno area and he sent out a good one today it's more chicanery it's more pillaging more gas tax money being stolen for other projects not highway improvements repairs are expansions but it's for railroad we're going to talk to a gym now about to all of this jam up welcome again to the John and Ken show how are you thank you yeah it's becoming a very pleasant current Sperry regularly now thank you. whenever you come on it's because there's bad news. we'd rather not have you wanted to hello all right well those shipped it typically what the what the Democrats in what is governor doing California is always bad news and that's just it's just the way things are going on in Sacramento and I have an obligation to talk about it right sure Gavin Newsom and the legislature they are stealing a lot of money from the gas tax and they're gonna give it to railroad.

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"jim patterson" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"jim patterson" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Party a California wants to do away with this entire idea of whether or not you as a free person a free society in a free economy can decide for yourself how you're going to make your living how you're going to use your labor and if you want to be an independent contractor and say look I want to say what I want to do this how I want to do it yeah I will be I'll be yeah independent and but I have to be an independent contractor come to your place when you asked me to come to your place to fix something. I don't work for me. I mean that's why these people that are actors or whatever that are over drivers good like I can log on and be a newer driver for four hours in the middle of the night when I don't have auditions and I can do it when I want not when you have to tell me I have to be there on a schedule because it doesn't work for me the ticket will break talk to Jim Patterson some California sentiment running simply bill A. B. five if you have questions or comments the number is eight hundred two two two five two two two we get back were you there during the debate jam yes and I want to share with I was like. as I just it's astonishing exactly intranet actor today live games of ninety KABC. ABC defendable traffic right now westbound sixty had been years been working on a crash in your two right lanes game from the fifteen eastbound sixty connector road to the south fifty seven you got roadwork Elaine's back yep you're to Fullerton road southbound side of the one a one right it Benton way of working at a fire everything should be out and off to the right shoulder but expect delays now on the Hollywood freeway that's gonna start at around sunset into downtown and north bound harbored Slawson the crash here in the left lane funding delays coming.

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"jim patterson" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"jim patterson" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Jim Patterson some images second regarding the new assembly bill AB five and the question of the how will affect people they get ten ninety nines of W. two forms as everybody that I mean what this is all going to mean and it is just going to push people out of the work force into the government hands again right because for a lot of people this was the extra supplement they needed right because a lot of people were doing or doing other jobs this is to make the experience yeah you know the meters race now of course. I know. so all right let's talk about some of the stories are out there majority of Americans of trust police to use facial recognition technology. in other words most of us thank yous tradition cook go ahead if that helps all the world everywhere else on the planet yes except us they seem just fine with it yeah what's the problem with us so you're you have no issues with that I died but I'll keep us safer yeah I have nothing to hide people get very weird and paranoid over things like that also we have that California sheriff who's been speaking out against the sanctuary state laws after the deputy was shot but illegal immigrants I think it will Lehrer o'connor spoke to him spoke to the manager and he was just sort of like this is silly I could have stayed give this got ice with the would be no big deal what why can I not do my job yeah it just makes a solid trying this to yeah it makes no sense all in Santa it's similar in no nonsensical to this idea that you don't get health care but if you're legally you get healthcare yeah you're a legal citizen taxpayer no and violent murdering criminals get let out on the street more protection under the law yeah it's the weirdest thing ever and I don't think people are waking up to it quite as vividly as the reality. right they were the I went there just apathetic to LA guides them whatever they're sort of waking up to the health care the the sort of understand that way to me they get healthcare for forty and we don't even get access to learn what how does that work or or if I can't afford it right now or if I don't get in your being forced to get and then I have to pay a fine I get taxed I get you know what I mean it's like I'm. honest this is another big star got a I've got a flush out for everybody the idea well the the action taken by the White House to ban all flavored E. cigarettes the vaping cigarettes are I am very I think you did exactly the right thing here and now this is not all rights is not the tobacco base to cigarette the right to have their nicotine and tobacco bad nicotine nothing right chart marketing to young people bad and that's what the favorite stuff all are for the most part was doing at least as concerned that it was doing so the idea is that the terrible lung diseases that were caused by the vaping was were as far as I know every story I've seen all caused by cannabis products not nicotine products right the moral outrages over the nicotine products which is why you don't hear the reporting on the fact that this was all a particular line of cannabis products the what they did was they didn't fully volatile eyes the dispersed into an oil the oil covered all the tiny v's services of a long and responsible for changing exchange oxygen the one thousand Cablevision's Dylan just doesn't work the stops working you can't get oxygen a in yeah and there's nothing we can do about it except try to push a high flow oxygen in and ventilate for you while this oil disperses but it has not been doing so it's not been people have been dying to die yeah that is the Canada's product that is not the nicotine products however this was an opportunity to direct to address the issue of the flavor of the products right don't you think that's more geared towards children correct the jubilee had been a concern and they asked the organization to police themselves which they really did that at what they do right there also have been some adverse reactions to some flavor products of the two also had some medical issues assertion right so I thought spot on right left and they can go lifting his nicotine vaping is still in every scientific study I've read the best means to get people off to. line you know we have our TV's off the sound is off but I saw that early there like you know nicotine vaping is still the best thing on the market to get off cigarettes and cigarettes and tobacco. causes lung cancer emphysema and heart disease nicotine in a vape product does nothing eight hundred two two two five two two two entry in doctors but they live in some ninety KABC..

Jim Patterson
"jim patterson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"jim patterson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"And a good time as well, right? Jodi. Oh, it's a blast. Actually there's nobody in the stadium right now. But there is about four thousand Louisville fans on the front line waiting to get into Jim Patterson stadium Terry, and it's going to be a blast night. First pitch is going to be six thirty six that game ended really quick. Eight seven Illinois state one who's got better food Bonetti over dissension, because Catholic, you were all Catholic boys. We all know what the picnics brain what, what kind of stuff, they throwing out tonight, Bonetti? They've got the fried fish. They go old school Catholics fried fish, crinkle fries onion rings about to bring it all over Teague is running the show over here used to be in a band called Breckenridge. He's running the whole show that bringing the fish over, because we have to you don't we have to do Terry. We gotta compare the fish at every single Catholic outing. That's right. That's what we what we do. Right. All right. So you guys will be there in Saint Regis park over an essentially, it's early and kind of behind like mall. Saint Matthews right? Well, you know, the original hooters are that's. I always tell Terry, according to where a hooters is the original hooters air and DuPont for the old station used to be, we're over there. To was there for Hume was in professional towers, before you abandoned that station and went to W H. I was in Jefferson ourselves. That's right. All right. We'll, we'll listen to you guys after the news and Jodi, let's go cards tonight. Hope it's a big night for him. Yeah, no doubt about it. I'll top him off though. They got earlier's ice cream out here, along with a ballpark dog, Terry, you can't turn it down from Jim Patterson stadium might a winner. This game between Lewellen USC Illinois state tomorrow at four o'clock. I have a great weekend. Everybody seeing money. Thanks for helping the crusade for children. Times in life when certain situations are unavoidable, as life passes. We get a little slower and a little more achey than the year before all part of life. But when we lose the ability for intimacy with the one, we love it can feel much worse. Unfortunately, the lady, we love typically feels like this situation is just because of her as men. We know. That's just not true. We want that spark back just as much as she does the Louisville men's clinic physicians here, this from struggling couples every day, fortunately that struggling your relationship from erectile dysfunction can be gone in one simple..

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"jim patterson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"jim patterson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"We just had Jim Patterson on the assemblyman from Fresno who's. Said, you know, this this this may well be a criminal operation. And if you read the Ralph's of bidding in story in the LA times today, I don't know how you cannot say this is a criminal operation this high speed rail project, and we spent some time here and then right after the news with more because there's a lot into the story. And I want you to really really take it in because this. This could be a movie in that. It was an elaborate con. That that stretched back, you know before two thousand eight. And it centers on all these engineering companies consulting companies construction companies who had political connections because they donated a lot of money to political campaigns, and they donate a lot of money to get high speed rail on about understand where this starts. These companies realized they could bamboozle Californians because they had Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jerry Brown in office. To idiots who had this absurd idea that a high speed rail train was absolutely necessary from San Francisco to Los Angeles. And what they knew is. They had a cheerleader and Schwarzenegger later a cheerleader in Brown. They donated money to get the high speed rail bond passed which means nine billion dollars. Was to be borrowed the money was to go to these companies that paid for this referendum. After eleven years now, it's a total disaster. This article explains why it was a disaster. And as you read it, you realize it was meant to be a disaster. These companies set up this project just to milk the nine billion dollars. And then whatever few billion they could get out of the Obama administration. And so they re I'll read you just the opening two paragraphs. And then we come back. We're getting even more detail. When California shifted its bullet train plant into high gear in two thousand and eight it had just ten employees. To manage and oversee design of the largest public construction project in state history. Consultants assured the state there was little reason to hire hundreds or thousands of in-house engineers in rail experts because the consultants could handle the heavy work themselves. It would save California money. The consultants convinced. State that it would take only twelve years to bore underneath mountains bridge rivers and build five hundred and twenty miles of rail bed for thirty three billion dollars. And you could see that it was a total lie. It was a total con, and they knew it, but they got their hands on the nine billion dollars. We agreed to borrow and another three billion that came from the Obama administration, and then they can siphon off hundreds of millions of dollars from that. Idiotic global warming gas tax. And they succeeded beyond their wildest dreams. We come back. I'm gonna tell you how much money they make an in in the contracts. And I'm going to tell you exactly why this is such a disaster here. All from the LA times in row video in know, you should you should read it right now. If you get a chance some website, KFI AM six dot com. John and Ken page. We could all play along when we come back. But this this this is these people ought to go to jail for this. Johnny Ken show KFI, Amy.

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"jim patterson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"jim patterson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Forty. It's coast to coast AM, Connie Willis, here, very happy to be here along with Jim Patterson talking about the rental Shaam enigma. Which is that's the name of his new book coming out. He's putting together right now. Then taking them just about four years or a writer Al for years. I got to read three of the chapters, and they were just incredible. Really? I'm really looking forward to reading the rest of it. Dan, Jim now, I I don't know anybody else that has touched one of these things that we don't know what it is through all this time and through all these years. Have you ever figured out what it was or found out what it was or do? We will we ever know. Well, it was well, I'll tell you what the the the very two questions that were initially in my mind still remain. It's who. Are they where did they come from? It's the same questions today. I don't so you do not believe it was it was human in any way. Well, I'll tell you what my thoughts on that are. The craft had similarities the only. Our aircraft has dorsal fin that went up like like our aircraft have areas and stuff like that. I mean, there was trying to trying to her pre model nowadays, aren't they? The stealth ones that. But then then the same in white Mark white Mark the crafts. Why on? Humans do that. I'm surprised about lights too. I mean, I, you know, we use light. So we can see this stuff. It was kinda flashing like a carnival. Yeah. It's the other thing is young. Why wasn't my night night-vision ruined? Why I mean, so this can't be like, I don't know. I see raped her to be light. I answer. He talked about to like this milky white light that you walked into. You had which I found a holy cow. That's incredible. But you had mentioned too that well at one point while you you were walking to the light. All the animals. Kinda run past you. Yeah. They were there were like.

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"jim patterson" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"jim patterson" Discussed on KGO 810

"But this is what happens when I lot ideology gets in the way of physics whenever whenever ideology is the ruling principle, it's always bad for humanity. Always look at history saga saga. Go away, and we're gonna we're gonna be seeing liability issues, and we're gonna see price issues going forward. Like we've not seen in the past. Well, that's. Is not pretend. Well for ratepayers. Yeah. Exactly. It's already been outrageous. Who are they were they going to blame them as my question who do you blame? Because I know they're gonna blame somebody these these these people to blame Billy's PG and E or after DJ, but the reality is that they they are in the predicament. They are in it because they've been dictated to by the powers that be in California and in Sacramento, and they have had to almost go on remote control doing the bidding of the politicians and doing the bidding. The PC and the result of this has been less safety higher costs and reduce reliability. All of these should be going into different directions safety should be going up as we modernize costs you becoming down as as we find new methodologies and forms of of of energy and all of that. And that because California does not wanna use large hydro electricity because they don't like dams, and they don't wanna use natural gas because they they don't like the fact that you got to, you know, get it when you get oil they essentially decided that those two forms which fundamentally the forms of energy that keeps the other states grids in the western United States, particularly affordable and reliable California decides it's gonna do just the opposite. And this is what we get PGA in bankruptcy and SDG Andy that is saying we're going to get out of the the standardized business that we've been in for so long. The question remains. Who's going to be in charge of electricity and who's going to determine how we get it. And what we pay for my big fear is that we're going to increasingly put this in the hand of hands of politicians and increasingly in the hands of bureaucracies that just don't care about whether it's expensive or whether the greatest perilously close to Brown outs and black right? They kind of want it that way university understand they want that way. So they're not care there. They feel self righteously justified in putting their public public into this position. Because it's your immoral you're contributing the carbon footprint, this is the way we have to go. This is the great utopia this California. Well, thank you so much that website you'd like to refer people to me is there a website you like to refer people to not not really just. You know church with Jim Patterson assembly, and you can find me on Twitter. You can find me on Facebook, and you can go to my website from the state of California, Jim Patterson assembly, and and you can communicate with me talk to me all the time. There you go. Thank you, sir. Thank you, sir. Appreciate the opportunity with Dr. Drew midday live. Dr.

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"jim patterson" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"jim patterson" Discussed on 790 KABC

"It's always bad for humanities. Always look at history saga saga. Go away, and we're gonna we're gonna be seeing reliability issues, and we're gonna see price issues going forward. Like we've seen in the past. Well, that's so this is not pretend. Well for ratepayers. Yeah. Exactly. Outrageous. Were they going to blame them as my question who do you blame? Because I know they're gonna blame somebody these these these people to blame Billy's PJ or after DJ, but the reality is that they they they are in the predicament. They are in it because they've been dictated to by the powers that be in California and in Sacramento, and they have had to almost go on remote control doing the bidding of the politicians in doing the bidding of the PC. And the result of this has been less safety higher costs and reduce reliability. All of these should be going in the different directions safety should be going up as we modernize costs you becoming down as as we find new methodologies and forms of of of energy and all of that. And but because California does not want to use large hydro-electricity 'cause they don't like dams and they don't wanna use natural gas. Because they they don't like the fact that you got to, you know, get it when you get oil they essentially decided that those two forms which are fundamentally the forms of energy that keeps the other states grids in the western United States, particularly affordable and reliable, California. Decides it's going to do just the opposite. And this is what we get PGN either in bankruptcy and SDG. And either saying we're going to get out of the the the standardized business that we've been in for so long. The question remains who's going to be in charge of electricity and who's going to determine how we get it? And what we pay for my big fear is that we're going to increasingly put this in the hand the hands of politicians and increasingly in the hands of bureaucracies that just don't care about whether it's expensive or whether the grid is perilously close to Brown and black right? They they kind of want it that way university understand they that way. So the only they're not care there. They feel self righteously justified in putting their public public into this position. Because it's your immoral you're contributing to carbon footprint, this is the way we have to go. This is the great utopia this California. Well, thank you so much that website you like to for people to. Pardon me. Is there a website you'd like to refer people to not not really can just, you know, search for Jim Patterson assembly, and you can find me on Twitter. You can find me on Facebook, and you can go to my website from the state of California, Jim Patterson assembly, and and you can communicate with me talk to me all the time. There you go. Thank you, sir. Thank you, sir. Appreciate the opportunity with. You betcha. Leeann tweeden truths midday live. You.

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"jim patterson" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"jim patterson" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Now. Abrupt scare you Linda you're on Cam. Jay. Hi. Hi. How are you? I'm well. Thank you. Good. Yeah. My ex husband in two thousand eleven he has residents and Idaho has vehicle is registered shut there. He has a license up there. Every action. He gets about sent to my house. And I assume he's gone through all the formal procedures to change that, you know, I don't know. Every year mean every time, I get it. I ride on it and send it back that he does not live. Here have not lived here since two thousand eleven and but they keep on coming. There's there's no doubt that they have a problem with their existing roles per purging, the dead weight going through it to find out that in the Galilee of these these individuals who have registered I mean, it's a huge problem. It's a huge problem now that you know, doesn't pretend so much too. Well, wait a minute. You said well, okay. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. I answered my own question. Yeah. What do you do? I mean, I guess you just sit and wait until hell freezes over for somebody within the bureaucracy to do something for you to clear that problem up. You know? I mean, it's very frustrating. So I mean, if he wanted to he could vote down here and just pay an Idaho whenever they have electric. There is a big problem there when somebody can do that. Yeah. That's the point. I was going to ponder, you know, I was gonna say Kenny voting booth both places. Well, yeah. Of course, he can with something like that, Linda, thank you. And this is why we have, you know, the the speculation the specter of negativity that we have over the whole system, especially as it to who's out of the department of motor vehicles. Matthew, you're on Cam. Jay. Hi. Right. What was the latest love their last caller. It's illegals voted you different states or to be registered in two different states. But to get to the to the question. Yes, I think voters are disenfranchised and two I don't believe that this is a problem for them. The problem for us. But it's not a problem for them. Never the secretary of state is the one that. Names the ballads, right? And he's the one that need drivers vision six so he doesn't care whether or not illegals are going to vote that is what they want because remember illegal are part of our community. The why can't they vote? Yeah. I know what you're saying. Is you bury your tongue in your cheek there? You know, it's it's very it's ver-. Go ahead with your point. I'm sorry. So the secretary of state DNB or not gonna do anything about it. No matter how much Jim Patterson prize about it or I mean yells about it. Let's say they're not gonna do anything about it. And you know, I live in Henderson, and guess what just voted in in November. Gonna thoughts what you were going with Ben how long have you lived over there? Note here July seventeen. And why did you move? There is if I didn't know, but I'd like to hear it from you. What's going on in California? It was. I my daughter still lived in Fresno. I am deathly afraid proposition thirteen being repealed as you'll never be able to sell her town house and get out of the state proposition. Thirteen is going to be under threat, very soon. Mostly from the the the business commercial end non-residential, but it will begin there, and it will Leach its way down to our personal properties. Very soon within the next ten years, guaranteed guaranteed..

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Coast Guard to raise Missouri tourist boat after deadly sinking

24 Hour News

03:03 min | 4 years ago

Coast Guard to raise Missouri tourist boat after deadly sinking

"Survivor talks about. Duck, boat sinking I'm Tim Maguire the AP news minted in Indianapolis woman who survived the Branson Missouri tourist boat accident, that killed seventy. People including nine of her, relatives says the captain of the boat told passengers not to bother grabbing life jackets Tia Coleman. Says she and her, nephew were, the, only one of eleven family members to survive on the boat capsized and sank when the storm hit yesterday Bishop Thomas Griffith tells w.. RTD he's ministering to the family is just a. Extremely emotional time they're not thinking about you know Any, time so Other, things outside really I'm sure really just trying to. Process this, tragedy Jim Patterson junior president of Ripley entertainment which, owns the boat says. The storm hit suddenly when you went into the water was flat and by the reports, that we're receiving but it was a real sudden micro burst of energy, or high winds which, is, came very very I'm Tim Maguire a life sized bronze statue of. A red haired freckled Archie will soon greet visitors in. Meredith New Hampshire, that's where artist Bob Montana live for. Thirty five years he was traded Archie Betty Veronica jug head and others in the Riverdale gang from nineteen forty two until his death. In, nineteen seventy-five however his impact in Meredith went beyond. The comic strip his daughter said he had a vision of turning the town into an art colony at one point converting a gas station into a studio. And frame shop he introduced several artists to the small town end created, a theater group the greater merit, of the program, a community development. Nonprofit Raise new he fifty seven thousand dollars for. The statue in less than six months mostly from residents the beaming statue will sit on a bench it looked toward Montana's workshop where the artists spent his. Days quietly drawing cartoons it makes us debut August ninth in Meredith community. Park to coincide with the town's, two hundred fiftieth anniversary Police arrested a library archivist and an antique bookseller and accused them of stealing millions of dollars worth of rare books illustrations maps, and photographs over the, past twenty years detectives estimate that, the pair stole or damaged hundreds of books worth. About eight million dollars from Pittsburgh library they say former Carnegie. Library rare books manager Gregory priori would sometimes use an exacto knife to. Cut maps and. Book plates out of some books and then. Sell them to the bookstore a block away there say the bookseller paid priori. Upfront and then pocketed the money when he sold them the long-planned top gun sequel has its new goose Well. He's not a new goose. But, miles. Teller will play. The son of goose who was played by Anthony Edwards of the, nineteen eighty six. Original teller has also, been in the divergent theories bleed for. This, and, another, eighties remake footloose he beat out fellow actors, Glen Powell and nNcholas cool to play the son of. Mavericks wing man the film also features bell Kilmer returning his is man directing is Joe Kosinski who worked..

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Bishop Thomas Griffith, Tia Coleman and Tim Maguire discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 4 years ago

Bishop Thomas Griffith, Tia Coleman and Tim Maguire discussed on 24 Hour News

"Survivor talks about. Duck, boat sinking I'm Tim Maguire within AP news minute an Indianapolis woman who survived the Branson Missouri tourist boat accident, that killed seventy. People including nine of her, relatives says the captain of the boat told passengers not to bother grabbing life jackets Tia Coleman says. She, and a nephew were the only one of eleven family members to survive on the boat capsized and sank when the storm hit yesterday. Bishop Thomas Griffith tells w. RTD he's ministering to. The family is just extremely emotional time for them They're not make it without you know Any, time so Other, things outside really I'm sure really just trying to. Process this, tragedy Jim Patterson junior president, of Ripley entertainment which, owns the boat says. The storm hit suddenly when you went into the water was flat. And By. The reports that we're receiving but. It was.

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Bishop Thomas Griffith, Tim Maguire and Branson Missouri discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 4 years ago

Bishop Thomas Griffith, Tim Maguire and Branson Missouri discussed on 24 Hour News

"Survivor talks about. Duck, boat sinking I'm Tim Maguire the AP news newsmen in Indianapolis woman who survived the Branson Missouri tourist boat accident, that killed seventy. People including nine of her, relatives says the captain of the boat told passengers not to bother grabbing life jackets Tia. Coleman, says she and a nephew were the only one of seven family members to survive on the boat capsized and sank when the storm. Hit yesterday Bishop Thomas Griffith tells w. TV he's. Ministering to the family is just extremely emotional time They're not thinking about you know Any, time so Other, things outside really I'm sure really just trying to. Process this, tragedy Jim Patterson junior president of Ripley entertainment which, owns the boat says the storm hit suddenly went. Into the water it was flat. And By the reports. That we're receiving and but it. Was.

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Bishop Thomas Griffith, Tim Maguire and Branson Missouri discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 4 years ago

Bishop Thomas Griffith, Tim Maguire and Branson Missouri discussed on 24 Hour News

"Survivor talks. About, duck boat sinking I'm Tim Maguire the AP news been in Indianapolis woman who survived the Branson Missouri tourist boat, accident that killed. Seventy people including nine of, her relatives says the captain of the boat told passengers not. To bother grabbing life jackets, Tia, Coleman says she and a nephew were the only one of eleven family members to survive on the boat capsized and sank when the. Storm hit yesterday Bishop Thomas Griffith tells w. TV he's. Ministering to the family it's just extremely emotional time They're not. Thinking, about you know any kind of other things outside really I'm sure really just trying to process this tragedy Jim, Patterson junior president. Of Ripley entertainment which owns, the boat says the storm hit suddenly when you went into. The water was flat and By the reports that we're receiving and but it was.

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Indiana family and Missouri couple are among the tour boat accident victims

24 Hour News

02:52 min | 4 years ago

Indiana family and Missouri couple are among the tour boat accident victims

"Survivor talks. About, duck boat sinking I'm Tim Maguire within AP news in Indianapolis woman who survived the Branson Missouri tourist boat accident, that killed seventy. People including nine of relatives, says the captain of the boat told passengers not to bother grabbing life jackets Tia Coleman. Says she. And. Her nephew were the only one of eleven family members to survive on the boat capsized and sank when the storm hit yesterday Bishop. Thomas Griffith tells w. TV he's ministering to the. Family is just extremely emotional time they're not Thinking about. You know Any, time so Other, things outside really I'm sure really just trying to. Process this, tragedy Jim Patterson junior president of Ripley entertainment which, owns the boat says the storm hit suddenly when you went into the water was. And By the reports that we're receiving but it was a real sudden microburst of energy. Is high winds which, just came very very I'm Tim. Maguire there's reportedly a recording of, President Trump, talking about payments to an ex playboy model who said she had an affair with. Him a decade ago AP Washington correspondent saga megani reports from the White House, the New York Times reports lawyer Michael Cohen secretly recorded Trump discussing payments to Karen McDougal two months before he was elected president the former playmate says she, had an affair with Trump in two thousand six which he denies the. Report says the. FBI sees the recording during a raid on Cohen's office as it investigated his, business dealings people familiar with the probe tell the AP investigators were also looking for information, on, payments to McDougal current Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani told. The, times, Trump did talk with Cohen, about payments to McDougal, but none were made. And says the conversation shows Trump did nothing wrong Saga megani at the White House a Pittsburgh Steelers themed roller coaster is coming. To kennywood park in Pennsylvania the new roller coaster called the steel curtain will, be a replacement for the parks longtime logjam or ride the black and gold coasters expected to break the state's record for the tallest roller coaster at two, hundred twenty feet and the world record for tallest inversion park leaders say. The rollercoaster will. Be part of a new section called Steelers country which will be dedicated to, the football team the new roller coasters projected to open in twenty nineteen Bears removing contraceptive. Implants from the market after thousands of women say they were injured bear says it's, sure implant, is safe but it'll stop selling them at the end of the year because they're not selling well the food and Drug administration has placed several restrictions. On the device. After patients complained about pain bleeding allergic reactions and cases where the implant punctured the, uterus and shifted out of place more.

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Tim Maguire, Bishop Thomas Griffith and Russia discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

01:51 min | 4 years ago

Tim Maguire, Bishop Thomas Griffith and Russia discussed on 24 Hour News

"Survivor talks about duck boat. Sinking, I'm Tim Maguire the AP news mended and Indianapolis woman who survived the Branson Missouri tourist boat accident that killed, seventy people including. Nine of her relatives says, the captain of the boat told passengers not to bother grabbing life jackets Tia Coleman says she and her nephew were the only one of eleven family members to survive on the boat capsized and sank when the storm hit yesterday. Bishop Thomas Griffith tells w. TV he's ministering to. The family is just a extremely emotional time them They're not thinking about you know Any, kind of Other, things outside really I'm sure really just trying to. Process this, tragedy Jim Patterson junior president, of Ripley entertainment which, owns the boat says. The storm hit suddenly when you went into the water was flat and By the reports, that we're receiving but it was a real. Sudden microburst of energy or high winds which is very very I'm Tim Maguire the. Nation's homeland security chief says there's no question Russia interfered, in the twentieth sixteen election but his, AP Washington correspondent saga. Megani reports she's countering the intelligence assessment of why it did. Russia was involved two years ago I don't think there's any doubt that they did it but speaking at the Aspen security forum homeland security secretary Kirstin Nielsen says it was aimed at causing chaos in both parties I haven't seen any evidence that the attempts to interfere in our election, infrastructure, was to favor a particular political party that goes. Against an, intelligence community assessment that Vladimir, Putin ordered an influence, campaign aimed at helping. The Trump camp while hurting Hillary Clinton's saga megani Washington Crispy cream donuts is adding insomnia cookies to, its business.

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