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Houston mayor disagrees with decision to reopen Texas businesses at 75% capacity

Rush Limbaugh

00:32 sec | 1 hr ago

Houston mayor disagrees with decision to reopen Texas businesses at 75% capacity

"Of of the the Corona Corona virus. virus. They They include include office office buildings, buildings, restaurants, restaurants, retail retail outlets, outlets, and and Jim's, Jim's, which which can can expand to 75% capacity next week. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner thinks the governor is moving too quickly. That is a little bit more aggressive, then I would then I would prefer Ah announce in the next round of re openings this wall here's County Judge Lena Hidalgo said she likes the fact the governor is using a numbers based system for reopening. Texas nursing homes will be allowed to fully reopened for visitation

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Former VA doctor pleads guilty to molesting patients

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 12 hrs ago

Former VA doctor pleads guilty to molesting patients

"Doctor who treated veterans has admitted to molesting patients here. CBS News correspondent Jim Crow Sula Jonathan Yates has pleaded guilty to molesting three male patients while they were incapacitated. But he worked as a doctor at a veteran's affairs hospital in Beckley, West Virginia. The 51 year old worked as a doctor of osteopathic medicine, which involves hands on massage treatment. At the facility from late 2018 early 2019. The veterans were being treated for chronic back pain that former VA doctor faces up to 30 years in prison gym

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Barr Criticizes Prosecutors, Makes Incendiary Comments On Slavery And Pandemic

All Things Considered

01:09 min | 20 hrs ago

Barr Criticizes Prosecutors, Makes Incendiary Comments On Slavery And Pandemic

"Attorney General Bill Bar is not known for mincing words. But his remarks at a Constitution Day celebration last night are reverberating far beyond the walls of the Justice Department. Bar, criticized his own prosecutors and made incendiary comments about slavery and the Corona virus pandemic with us to talk about what theater knee general said, is NPR, national justice correspondent Carrie Johnson. I carry high there. Let's start with bars. Comments on lockdowns over Copan 19. What did he say about that? A member of the largely conservative I ins last night asked bar about restrictions on attendance at religious ceremonies because of the Corona virus pandemic. The attorney general pointed out that his Justice Department has been sending letters to state and local governments about religious freedom. And then he started talking about proposals for a national stay at home order. Let's take a listen. Other than slavery, which was a different kind of restraint. This is the greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American history. Now, the reaction of those comments was Swift. The highest ranking black lawmaker in the House of Representatives, Jim Clyburn, called those comments by bar among the most ridiculous tone deaf and awful things he's ever

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Cleanup Is Underway On Gulf Coast After Hurricane Sally

WBZ Afternoon News

00:56 sec | 21 hrs ago

Cleanup Is Underway On Gulf Coast After Hurricane Sally

"Hurricane season. Still active. Hurricane Sally hit the Gulf Coast is a Category two storm this week. Teddy, now upgraded to a Category three storm, which is expected to approach Bermuda this weekend. It does not appear poised, Tio pose a risk to the U. S mainland once Hurricane Sally is now a post tropical depression but still producing torrential rains over the Carolinas with a few tornadoes possible. Further south cleanup is underway along the Gulf Coast. ABC is Jim Ryan says Flash flood warnings have followed in the storm's way Even hours before landfall. The predictions were forced alley to take a swipe at New Orleans. But the Crescent City barely felt a Brea says the storm turned the East Doris Tires lives near the spot where Sally came ashore. I think that hurricane caught everybody off guard because it was supposed to get in New Orleans, it came to Gulf shores, She decided not to evacuate, facing the 100 Mile, an hour winds and extreme flooding at home. Thomas take. She says she won't make again, Jim. Really in

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court extends mail ballot deadline

KYW 24 Hour News

01:06 min | 21 hrs ago

Pennsylvania Supreme Court extends mail ballot deadline

"Court, extending the deadline for mail in ballots. The ruling will have a significant impact on when the Commonwealth vote count is finalized as we're from Kevin Abuse suburban bureau chief Jim Amore. Mail in ballots have to be postmarked by eight PM Election Day November 3rd, But they'll be counted as long as they arrive at county elections offices by Friday, November 6th. That's according to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court's opinion in a case brought by Pennsylvania Democrats. The decision also says counties can use ballot drop boxes. Governor Wolf says they're reviewing the decision, but overall I think it really makes the access to voting. Better on so I welcome the decision. The opinion also says state law that requires poll watchers on Leigh servant counties where they live is constitutional. The suit also requested if there were errors on a ballot, the voter be contacted to correct, but the court says that's an issue for the Legislature, not for the judiciary. It does say the law's clear, though, if someone fails to use the so called secrecy envelope that inside enveloped the balance returned in that ballot can be tossed and not counted. At the the suburban suburban suburban bureau bureau bureau Jim Jim Jim Mel Mel Mel work. work. work. Okay, Okay, Okay, what what what W W W news news news Radio Radio Radio 3021 3021 3021

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Jim Carrey to play Joe Biden on "SNL"

Eddie and Rocky

00:17 sec | 21 hrs ago

Jim Carrey to play Joe Biden on "SNL"

"Saturday Night Live, is welcoming Jim Carrey to its cast to play Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and its upcoming season. Additionally, the show announced it's partnering with four comedy schools to fund a program that lets students with diverse backgrounds further their comedy careers.

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Jim Carrey to play Joe Biden on "SNL"

The Breakfast Club

00:20 sec | 22 hrs ago

Jim Carrey to play Joe Biden on "SNL"

"Jim Carey in the meantime is going to be playing Joe Biden and the new season of Saturday night live. So get ready to see that Alec Baldwin as you know he'll be going ahead head with Alec Baldwin Alec will be returning as Donald Trump. People really enjoy Saturday night live during this time. I have to say just be wasn't eclipse online I don't know if I really watched his show I went happening ever.

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Australia's Victoria reports lowest COVID-19 cases since June

Coronacast

03:00 min | 23 hrs ago

Australia's Victoria reports lowest COVID-19 cases since June

"It's really encouraging to see the numbers really coming down quite low in Victoria we've been waiting a long time for it people in Victoria have been waiting a really long time for it, but there does seem to be the stubborn tile. What does the last push of the Victorian plan to get rid of COVID? What does it entail? Well, it's entails really. Targeted approach because it's not evenly spread across Greater Metropolitan Melbourne. So if you look at a map southeastern suburbs around the local area of Casey those an increasing number of cases there, or there's a steady number of cases they are The sole interest of active cases got fewer active cases in the northeast corridor but the northwest corridor seems to be coming down a bit and when you match Casey with Mobility Datta People armour mobile and it tends to be related to the fact that people. Don't have as much money that area. They've got poor quality jobs more casual jobs need to travel, and they're out and about in public transport. So the potential for spread in somewhere like Casey is much greater than say in the inner eastern suburbs of Melbourne where people tend to be staying at home. Not traveling quite as much. Does that mean that there is maybe a a welfare solution to this if the people they're not able to stay at home for socioeconomic reasons is there more intervention that can be done there. Well, they're already our interventions in Victoria in terms of support if you're tested positive I think that there needs to happen is already happening, which is more intensive testing in those areas and targeting you need to have I. Think a system that similar to New South Wales. May Well, be that there's the retorted but I haven't seen it. which is that if you live in New South Wales, you know exactly which Jim I mean people aren't going to gyms but the the May will be tram or train that somebody got onto or a shop that he went into and much more alerts. So that people who've been in the same area know that they are it also needs community development dense the community onside community leaders people to come forward. We actually had a question on this from David. Saying. What are some of the epidemiological reasons for the stubborn tile of the reduction in infections that is cases dropped swiftly after lockdown but then they flatten out it is these the reasons that play into this you can't really separate epidemiology or biology from the way we live pandemics are not a biological phenomenon purely, yes. You got to have a bug that evolves, but it's all about our behavior and how interact with the JEREM whether it'd be tumor virus. So. Epidemiology that exquisite junction between society and biology, and that's what you've got here. The more biological reasons here is our that almost certainly the still virus circulating circulating amongst younger people who are either to matic or don't have very many symptoms all not coming forward for testing and that asymmetric spread that that iceberg phenomenon is what might be driving part of it but it's not driving it strongly because numbers are coming down

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Trump says CDC director "made a mistake" on vaccine timeline

On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

00:23 sec | 1 d ago

Trump says CDC director "made a mistake" on vaccine timeline

"President Trump says the CDC director made a mistake when talking about a timeline for a Corona virus vaccine. Jim told reporters Robert Redfield put out incorrect information when he told a congressional hearing Wednesday the vaccine probably wouldn't happen until the middle of next year. The president has insisted a vaccine would be ready very soon. No word from Redfield on what he understood and didn't

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Jim Carrey will play Joe Biden on 'SNL'

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:27 sec | 1 d ago

Jim Carrey will play Joe Biden on 'SNL'

"And they've tapped a big star to play. Joe Biden tell you something late night sketch comedy made Jim Carrey a star on in living color. Now he's taking his talents to Saturday Night Live where he'll be playing Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. SNL executive producer Lorne Michaels tells vulture that Carrie will play the role for all of season. 46. Biden has previously been played by other guest actor as you know Better. Jason Sudeikis and Woody Harrelson. The new season of Saturday night Live kicks out from its studio in Manhattan, October 3rd, Jason Nathan's and

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How the North Bay Became 'Wine Country'

Bay Curious

03:48 min | 1 d ago

How the North Bay Became 'Wine Country'

"To answer Michael's question about when wine country got start and how it became. So popular, we brought in reporter Christopher Beale Hey Christopher Hay alluvia. So let's start with when wine grapes were first planted in the North Bay. When was that all the way back in eighteen twenty three the Spanish created a mission in Sonoma's. It's the first place where grapes were intentionally planted in wine country but the wine made from these grapes was Sacramento Kinda like alcoholic. Grape juice used in church, not what we would recognize as wine, and then in eighteen thirty s some of the early European settlers in the NAPA sonoma valleys would have grown some basic wine grapes as well. Now, when does the wine country that we think of today start to take shape for the sake of the story let's start in eighteen forty California is ten years from entering the Union and this guy named Charles Krug arrives in San Francisco. Crew was a German after the revolutions of eighteen, forty eight in Europe the comes into San Francisco. It was the editor of a German language newspaper in San Francisco. That's Jim Lapsley he managed agricultural continuing education at UC Davis for more than thirty years with focus on wine-making. Now, after a few years in San Francisco Charles Krug gets married and ended up as a dowry getting quite a bit of land. This is the area just North of Santa Lena where the Charles Krug winery is located considered. It'd be the first commercial winery in Napa Valley. The wine country story is really one about marketing and innovation, and this Guy Charles crew gets credit for a lot of the early innovation and wine country including being the first to use a cider press, which is kind of like a slotted barrel to press wine grapes before that grapes were generally crushed by people's feet. When California entered the union, it was a place where we could grow grapes because the climate was quite similar to the southern Mediterranean. It was dry during the summer it had wet winters and differ grew very well here in California. For, is a species of grapevine. It's used to make wine after the early success of pioneers like Cruyff people began to plant grapes and produce more wind and the NAPA and sonoma valleys. But this was still considered low quality table wine and it continued to represent only a fraction of the US market mainly because it was still cheaper for east coast consumers to import wine. From Europe by boat, then from California by train. But that all changed in eighteen, seventy five, the US government stepped in and increase the tax on imported European wines to twenty cents a gallon which leveled the financial playing field for California's wine producers, and as a result, the wines dig it imported from Europe can be much more expensive wines and oak wine that was everyday drinking. That became the from California. Now. It wasn't a linear march from this moment today. The wind industry suffered a few major setbacks over the years but one way or another managed to survive them. Here's a few of the important ones I wine country was almost destroyed by bugs in the eighteen seventies. This is a microscopic bug that eats the roots of wine grapes. It's related to an eighth fit in it's called. PHILOXENIA. And when it arrived in wine country, it destroyed the vineyards to kill the vineyards and the only way could really come up with a solution was to plant on grafted vines the bottom, the rootstock would be a native variety and then on top graft with Vida's Benifica.

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Jim Carrey will play Joe Biden on 'SNL'

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 1 d ago

Jim Carrey will play Joe Biden on 'SNL'

"Man is throwing his hat into the political ring here. CBS News correspondent Deborah Rodriguez Saturday night Live has found. It's Joe Biden activism. Yes, Executive producer Lorne Michaels tells vulture Jim Carrey will step into the role this election season. Michael says he'll bring energy and strength to the part. As for Biden's political Rival every huge queue like Baldwin's been filling the president's shoes for the past few years, Maya Rudolph has already said she looks forward to returning as Kamala Harris. SNL returns to Studio H October 3rd. Debra Rodriguez, CBS News Right

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'Nothing left in the bucket': Wildfire resources run thin

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 d ago

'Nothing left in the bucket': Wildfire resources run thin

"While fire crews in California and across the west of mid to being exhausted by having to respond to an incredible number of fires this season California governor Gavin Newsom puts it bluntly this is been the worst fire season ever three point four million acres of close to eight thousand fires crews are walking off one fire just to be called in to battle a new place nuisances drought climate change in past not poor forest management are to blame we are doing the kind of prescribed burns doing the kind of thing that has an environmental construct ubid mechanical if financial resources are taxed to the breaking point at the state and federal level firefighters from as far away as Israel are involved in the fight government spending on fighting wildfires has more than tripled since the nineteen nineties to an average of one point eight billion dollars each year I'm Jim acquire

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'Nothing left in the bucket': Wildfire resources run thin

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 d ago

'Nothing left in the bucket': Wildfire resources run thin

"While fire crews in California and across the west of mid to being exhausted by having to respond to an incredible number of fires this season California governor Gavin Newsom puts it bluntly this is been the worst fire season ever three point four million acres of close to eight thousand fires crews are walking off one fire just to be called in to battle a new place nuisances drought climate change in past not poor forest management are to blame we are doing the kind of prescribed burns doing the kind of thing that has an environmental construct ubid mechanical if financial resources are taxed to the breaking point at the state and federal level firefighters from as far away as Israel are involved in the fight government spending on fighting wildfires has more than tripled since the nineteen nineties to an average of one point eight billion dollars each year I'm Jim acquire

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'Nothing left in the bucket': Wildfire resources run thin

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 d ago

'Nothing left in the bucket': Wildfire resources run thin

"While fire crews in California and across the west of mid to being exhausted by having to respond to an incredible number of fires this season California governor Gavin Newsom puts it bluntly this is been the worst fire season ever three point four million acres of close to eight thousand fires crews are walking off one fire just to be called in to battle a new place nuisances drought climate change in past not poor forest management are to blame we are doing the kind of prescribed burns doing the kind of thing that has an environmental construct ubid mechanical if financial resources are taxed to the breaking point at the state and federal level firefighters from as far away as Israel are involved in the fight government spending on fighting wildfires has more than tripled since the nineteen nineties to an average of one point eight billion dollars each year I'm Jim acquire

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Deputy fired over Florida school massacre to get job back

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:34 sec | 1 d ago

Deputy fired over Florida school massacre to get job back

"A sheriff's deputy fired after school massacre is getting his job back. Former Broward County sheriff's Deputy Josh Stan Bull has been reinstated with back pay and arbitrator has ruled the sheriff Mr deadline for dismissing the deputy. Stab, always let go for his conduct during the February 2018 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland in South Florida. An investigation found stand Ball was working an off duty shift at a nearby school when he responded to reports of shots fired at Stoneman Douglas. He never took any action in response to that incident. Jim Krystle, a CBS

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How Party Leaders Get Ready for the Election in Pivotal Pennsylvania County

All Things Considered

04:06 min | 1 d ago

How Party Leaders Get Ready for the Election in Pivotal Pennsylvania County

"Pennsylvania, a working class area in the northern northwestern most corner of the state. Has long been solid territory for Democrats. Then in 2016, Donald Trump eked out a narrow victory. Now in 2020, the county is again seen as pivotal NPR national political correspondent Don Can you sat down with Republican and Democratic leaders in the county? Jim words. A 41 year old college professor, was named Erie County Democratic Chair two years ago. He wasn't in charge when Trump won here. Still, he's fixated on the numbers just 1967 votes, so a really narrow margin and so for me for the last couple of years, it's been staring at those numbers. There are so many what ifs. What if Hillary Clinton had run a better campaign? What if there had been better turnout in the city of here? But words also gives the trump campaign credit for its use of digital targeting for getting people to make personal contact with friends to find new voters for trump factor in their social media presence in their online presence, and the kind of targeting they did, in some cases with the help of foreign actors and others, it had a very significant psychological role. What says the Democrats goal this year is not to mimic that Trump campaign. It's to build on the enthusiasm Democrats showed in the 2018 midterms and to reach beyond the traditional base. To that end, Erie County Democrats have set up field offices out in rural communities. Words talked as he unloaded boxes of lawn signs from the back of his jeep bed once not jobs. We've made a lot of efforts over the last two years to really talk to connect with rural voters. And these offices or an opportunity to help us put some roots down in places that we should have been for a long time. As for Democratic strongholds, voters are highly motivated this year, he says, and having a woman of color Kamala Harris on the ticket helps boost energy as well. He adds that with co vid driving unemployment up to 14.8% in the county. That should also give some blue collar voters who backed Trump. Last time. Second thoughts now to the GOP effort stickers these, you know, ceramic coasters styles, you know whatever, and hats. We've just gone through. That's county chairmen viral Salman 73, year old retired school superintendent and farmer showing off Trump merchandise at county headquarters. They even have trump 2020 masks despite the resistance of many trump supporters to wear them. Both Republicans and Democrats are having to find new ways to reach voters amid the pandemic. One GOP tactic Trump Boat Regatta Out on Lake Eerie What Salman says they're still doing is much old fashioned door knocking as ever, maybe more if there's a newspaper box out by the road, put it in, but otherwise they go to the door and knock leaves the bag on the door. Somebody comes They stay, you know, way back and with mask on and so forth. Democrats, meanwhile, are being more cautious on that score. Salman says he thinks voters see Trump as better at rebuilding the economy post pandemic. He acknowledges that Joe Biden with his Pennsylvania roots is a very different candidate than Hillary Clinton. There's no Biden equivalent to the lock her up chant at Trump rallies by. I think he's a nice enough older fellow. But look at his record. We've got enough years We've got four or five decades. Is to look at it. It doesn't compare both of these party chairs, no, that Erie County is in play and even with the pandemic, limiting traditional campaigning and providing a powerful political issue, They insist they can still do what they need to do to reach the voters. They'll need to win. Don Gani NPR NEWS Erie, Pennsylvania.

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49ers place CB Sherman on IR with leg injury

The Jim Rome Show

00:06 sec | 1 d ago

49ers place CB Sherman on IR with leg injury

"Days. The 40 Niners will be without Richard Sherman. For three weeks. He was placed on injured reserve with a reported

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"jim right" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:51 min | Last month

"jim right" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"After the governor ordered the closures of bars, movie theaters and gyms and the mask mandates took affected many cities. The spread of the virus is slowing. His gym crosses live in Phoenix. Jamie Arizona reported 1465 new CHRONO various cases Sunday. 18 more death the positive rate for PCR test as 11%. The governor will make the decision. Within a few days to end or extend the closure of bars, gyms, water parks theaters and says when the businesses reopen, they could expect some dramatic changes. These businesses can be run in a way that adheres to CDC and the Department of Health Services guidance, but it's going to be a change and also school's still on course for in person learning to resume two weeks from today. Live in Phoenix Jump cross and happening this morning Mountainside fitness will again try to make a case for why Jim's should be allowed to stay open. There's a hearing at nine in America, the county superior courtroom. The Valley Base gym will present five witnesses known for their research and epidemiology and industrial hygiene. The gym's CEO lost in earlier suit against the governor. Shutdown order. As Americans brace for as many as 30,000 more deaths in the coming weeks, Corona Virus Task Force member warns. We've entered a new phase in the pandemic, and there's a disturbing pattern emerging in US cases. New numbers from the CDC reveal Hispanics are disproportionately affected by the virus, with one out of every five deaths among Hispanics caused by Cove. According to a Washington Post analysis. In California, 57% of all virus related deaths reported in the last week of June or Hispanics. That's ABC is Megan to Rezian. Mind expanding heart. All right. Here is Dan It's 7 33 Thankyou, Jim Right now..

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"jim right" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay

Scheananigans with Scheana Shay

02:48 min | 3 months ago

"jim right" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay

"There was like a wink in there and I was like how got. But I didn't well. We set up the which I'm now. Not doing anymore and I just don't to remind y'all with diffusers or humidifiers. If you do have a cat, the scented. Are Toxic to cats before we knew this though we had the humidifiers going. It smells like lavender in my room. We had SPA music well I put it in my ear buds. Music. He watched his like Viking victory. Whatever show! Yeah and so I got my eighty minute massage and it was incredible like see. I listened. I got what you wanted. I was like I mean. It was also something I wanted, but oh, come up for some on morning. It's OK deal now. It's just a joke because you like didn't get it by. Anyway, A for his birthday this weekend. Happy Belated Birthday here shenanigans, thank you say we celebrate all month, so let's keep it going. We don't need to. Do you have enough this. Did it? I'm thirty moving on gotta get richer and richer a guy. Keep celebrating I ain't I ain't going forward to. Broken broker, I'd still love you. Agree with that. Jim Right now on the pandemic so. Sick to that category for a little bit law speaking of the Gem. If you are down in San Diego and you're looking for a place to work out. At forty, five East Hillcrest will be opening back up next Monday June twenty second. They have other locations, but we're not gonNA. Talk about those. Because the most important one is the one my boyfriend owns hillcrest. Come on the Hillcrest. 'cause come on down. There if you're in San Diego. During his pandemic, it's it's studies. A shine like we were on the news the other day talking about that like reduced immune systems are most risk comes on compromised. Compromised Immune Systems I obviously when you're in compromise towards covid your. Highest so break down your immune system it up at guy working out. To join a gym or if you don't Jim you don't need to okay, just stay active and build up your immune system, but if you'd love to come to forty five with done that we've done how Jews and due-diligence go brand new floors going in this week, and we're taking care of business, so hit me out farm in Hillcrest Yeah and you guys are going to be doing. A new setups you'll have reduced class sizes. Give give the pitch to. The pitch. You've been given to all your members getting them back for all my listeners. Who aren't San Diego? Let him know what they can expect. When the gym opens backup definitely, so obviously goes forty. Five is functional group training, so they've taken a functional out of it. We kept it in there, but we just wanted to keep members from moving through the room. Stationary K. This to reduce that Khan of contact with everything.

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"jim right" Discussed on The Holistic PT Podcast

The Holistic PT Podcast

04:51 min | 3 months ago

"jim right" Discussed on The Holistic PT Podcast

"To some days, it's proven very difficult to stand in what I have and what I have created without comparing that creation to others especially in the fitness industry, especially when I'm not seeing, be done in any other way riot when I'm not seeing my work in someone else's Jim Right. It's easy to compare in question with that is the right thing for me right? So I feel like I have claimed so much of myself in recent years, Sir comparison to other women's bodies in the calls in their houses and their babies and the money in their relationships. That energy to me is generally most laboratory and silent. It's more of an allowance not for them, but for me right for me to allow others to have the things right so I always speak about this allow was actually my word for tuning one last week, and it's simply allowing others to have their own human experience in making it about me right allowing others to fall apart to be messy to be crazy to be angry to have their feelings, and to have my own things as well right so. Allow is to part it's it's in its relative to cells in its relative to those around us ride today successes, there Wednesday growth their relationships, their houses, their bodies, and its own means to allow that its own to allow them to have that experience and you know if you're here. It's because it's probably because I would say you value in some way you. Probably value deconstructing yourself in order to leave more true and more fully and willfully expressed, and you recognize truth as freedom, you know being able to stand your heart with your values and believe in stay open in the face of challenges, Investi, and comparison right. So comparison should ever be the reason we stop out. Work at comparison is just another opportunity to direct your energy into the things you recognize as being. Will do not one. Right..

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"jim right" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

Home Gadget Geeks

06:56 min | 3 months ago

"jim right" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

"Like, said it over alerts. Sarah came to me this week and she was like Zor can shut that thing off. I'm getting alerts all the time and I long along ahead. Getting all the alerts just because what one? but I think we we were you with that. was you know okay, so you have sight, Hound and now? Which? I. Think honestly if you are upset about the over alerts now. Definitely, don't go to Blue Iris because Sight Hound definitely has better obviously a I it's the most accurate for alerts, and it has the people tracking built in and everything like that I have in the alerts on Laris even the mobile app the way that when you get an alert and you hit the alert. It doesn't take you to that video. It just opens the out so there's a lot of things that I think. Is probably better for almost everyone especially for you, Jim. It's really for the rare use case for people like me who I have a usually two or three monitors in my house open all the time showing all my cameras I. Just Kinda like that. I even have now raspberry pie in the living room, and when the TV's not watching something I switched the input, so it's just playing all the cameras. It's just and so for me. That's not possible aside hound. But. For, most people, I think sight hound is the way to go. That's what kind of determined is that the the AI in their the alerts are so much better insight. Hound that I think now I see where the price difference comes into. especially with all that stuff is just built in. So yeah I mean so I think what I've really learned. Just in summary of what I was just talking about is kind of what I just told Jim Right. I think for the most. If you are willing to spend the money on Sight Hound, I think it's. It's by far way easier to set up. It's got much more accurate. Triggers for alerts and much better recording right without setting up something complex. Just mentioned you guys. In the use case where union more control over users, you want more web control when you're not right in front of the machine, you need the nice grid of screens, especially like in a business environment, I think is probably a little bit better for business. Environment us because you know, we have a security guard seeing monitoring it twenty four seven. That's where blue irises probably a better fit. But I think Sight Hound wins in these cases. But moving on real quick, another interesting story, and and like I said so this is we're GonNa talk about I I swapped my modem out, and usually that's not very exciting, but this left my head scratching a little bit. So the reason I bought a modem was simply because I was paying ten bucks a month to Cox Communications for the rental of their newest panoramic Wifi it's actually. Shrimp here, let me grab. So? This is the latest and greatest from Cox. This is this what you can get panoramic? WIFI right? It's a dachshund. Three point one modem. And, apparently the wife is good I had it in bridge mode, but it's this is the best thing you can get. You cannot get anywhere from Cox. And, always paying them ten dollars a month for it. That's the reason I switched or so I thought. So I grabbed the heiress surfboard SB. Eighty two hundred. It's a three point one doctors modem. And here's what I noticed. I had been doing speed tests right up until now and I paid for the gigabit plan, but I was capped out at five hundred, and not it was almost like it was a hard coded cap, because it wasn't like it would fluctuate over five hundred ever it would speed test hit five hundred and just flat line, and so when I talked to Cox and when the guy came out and fix it the first time he said. Yeah, you know like there's they're throttling people back a little bit because the pandemic just to make sure everyone can have good Internet access you know, so you might see your speeds. Pre a lot lower than your gigabit. Obviously half this point I accepted that was like five hundred good enough for me right now. If the stick around hope, I would probably complain a little bit. If this you know went into the next few months stayed five hundred when I'm paying for a bit. I would've been more upset, but I get. It I understood that. And, but the other thing I noticed was that. On the unified devices, so you guys know I had the Cox Modem in bridge mode, and I use untangle from my router on custom hardware, and then for my access points I use the UBIQUITY AC. Pros I have two of them in my home and the one nice thing about those. When you open up the controller, you can see how much congestion is on the different channels that you're using for your access points and I noticed that. That on the two point, four gigahertz spectrum no matter if I chose one six or eleven, I was constantly getting a lot of interference with the other cool thing you can do with ubiquity as you can go into neighboring access points or neighboring networks. Remember what they call it, but essentially you can pop up and it will say hey here. All the networks, their signal strength that are near yours and I had one with a hidden ssid. That was ninety nine percent signal strength, Michael. That super weird. That's like in my house. Because all the rest of them I can tell our neighbors and they're in like. The highest one is sixty percent signal strength. Most the other ones are in like the twenties to forties two. Zero to ten right, but nothing at ninety nine percent signal strength, and, but it was weird that ubiquity showed as a hidden. But I didn't notice what I popular with my phone that now there was a Cox Wifi. Network. In my house strength, so what I figured out was that. Cox was actually doing the same thing. I think spectrum or charter, or you know one of them. A, while back to this I, think might have been verizon to Essentially. They started using. If you were using their equipment in their home, they would have your network esociety out there your private one, but then all of the ones that everyone houses was also emitting in this case, a Cox Wifi network that Cox subscribers could connect you essentially creating like a massive spread of Koch Wifi. Across the cities right, you've a lot of people with the modems, and you had no ability to turn this off because I didn't even know it existed until I kind of started to look around. You know once all your Wifi is set up in your house. How often are you opening the Wifi settings and looking through the local networks that are around you not very often for at least. So when I did that. I noticed the Cox Wifi are interesting so I went back into the Cox Modem and sure enough. There's no way doesn't even tell you. It's doing it no way to turn it off. It's in full bridge mode. So I I had to do that so I swapped out long story short guys. A long story because you know, Jim was gone, so how long? Thanks for yeah, just.

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"jim right" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

05:06 min | 8 months ago

"jim right" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"We were upcoming no excuses. You know what I'm saying always uses but I just wanted to be clear that you know I accept it. Whatever opponent was handed handed to me? I'm not picking choose who I WANNA fight. I'm not I'm not. I'm not saying oh I be better off at this weight. You know what I'm saying. I'm right now US right. I'm minute Jim Right now. And I'm running three point five miles two point five miles. I'm not gonNA stop running What I'm doing right now? It's doubling my portions of meals so I stopped eating fried foods. I usually like fried chicken and shit like that rail up now. Let me interrupt do because I feel feel a lot of anger coming your way a right so I don't want you to assume or you obviously have already misinterpreted what I said when I said you run in three and a half miles you're going to be a cruise away a I'm not saying you duck in. I'm not saying you hide and remember. The hiding conversation comes from Jose and the five people. Ah One fakey five okay. WE'RE GONNA call it one fakey five not one eight hundred five so you don't have to be angry. I'm not mad at you of anything anything. I'm excited that you're young and in my division so you can give these people what they want a test for me. So don't come on with animosity because I have none towards you brother you good. That conversation was not about you. Yes sir no disrespect. I got the same respect you know but I guess you could acne questions. You WanNa ask me. I don't know I mean not. Being the biggest question is real quick US mutual. Yeah I don't even know how we'll do that. Just kill me. I'll call it a all right so The questions are we did. We WanNa acts obviously are pertaining to the discussion right because we wanna put it to a vote. No one's a dictator Do you feel there should be a hundred and eighty five pound division and and champion right because I guess if you WANNA division because you're fat cool but do you think that we should create a fake champion champion or belt for that division. I feel like paranoid are well. I'm I'm really not with that shit at all. Honestly we are. We're not telling you I'm explorer heavyweights and see how I do in this division. I'm in a true way class which heavyweight you know and I and I had intentions on. Oh everything went. Good to go to one ninety because in a pros cruiserweight as wore Nike. Right I think one ninety six but I'll google it. Yeah so really. I want everything to be professional. If a person feel like they don't want to go up in weight Because they feel naturally better anything cuts on seventy five make make weight and then put some Neil stomach like I don't know But I don't agree with the one eighty five. I feel like Jose. Just really cloud tasting He talking down. I mean it's like he's so much better like he just famous ass person. Don't nobody know you we can tell you carleen and everybody in tech kids his hair to pussy your voice so I don't really care about audit animosity. He throw them away. It's just motivate me more. So he's a he's a tro. Oh He's not he. He has no bad intention. He just loves to see who he could get mad. That's what they do best. I'm seeing that. They saying two hundred is the cruiser. Paiva-weed you've got away and let me Google crew Google Andrew to biddy you think were you sick with that cruiser. He was at. We're night. I'll see now just google the division. Because I went to you know I just go with it but I went to box right now so one year one ninety nine you do get to away at two hundred but it looks like most people. I guess that was a this must have been a catchweight fight at two hundred he had. It looks like everything. One cruiserweight is is one ninety six and below one ninety-six and you know so that alone says a lot about myself because if it starts crews away starts weren't ninety six. I'm literally like to ten and just add to what you were saying earlier like. I don't think rail gonNA run every day because he ended up cruiserweight if you keep running no so what happened is hector. You Know Hector more you got me doubling my meal portions because I'm not I gotta keep running just so that you know I can't have that Win when it comes down to the fight And that's where we work in on in my camp right now. I want everyone to know that I will have footage January thirty first no later revenge January thirty first. I'll give you heavy bag jump rope. Spar everything because we working I just had a chance to get around to it. Because it's a lot going on everything up in the Air Wednesday the twenty ninth. I will have my fight. Payment of one hundred twenty five paid for you. ooh sorry about that. That was rob coming in. But we hear you we just want everybody in Boorda worse to know you know what I'm saying..

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"jim right" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

Legion of Skanks Podcast

01:51 min | 9 months ago

"jim right" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

"Aborted here her out. Yeah Yeah at least listen to her story. This one seems layered. Is this the mom that the guy killed your fan. You're out of pure okay. Sure okay videotape. Because I'm going to the car and of shut new phone. Ah Say cheers nigger sister. Hi nigger fucking. Hey Yo fuck you you ugly nigger bet. I wish you were never born divorce. Fuck you ugly nigger bet daughter. Fuck you hillary sister though no no she's telling her son to say it to his sister. Yeah I mean. What's the backstory? Does she not clean room or something would happen. He's not GONNA get. SNL What did she get a B.. Jim Right I mean if we're going with WHO's more justified without a doubt the mom he's at least we have some context boys emotional. There's emotion there. There's a story she's mad about. Hold on. I would make the case of mothers worse on me to talking to her. Toad goes this is. This is this white scrape south. The MOM cannot be racist because all the black guy wait. Hold that thought because this is all part of the raped by a black guy and that's likely but the other girl cannot be racist. This is all we stopped him up. This is all your deliberation for what you make. Make your choice too. We're done right. We'll start with you dave. This is it so we have to vote for those as well. Okay well obviously right now. WHO's GonNa vote without trying to convince the jury? It's nice to be back.

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"jim right" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

13:05 min | 10 months ago

"jim right" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"I think there's an asterisk in their around Loch at the perfect system imminent comet hit my backyard. oops so sure I I kind of feel like there's some amount of social darwinism in what you're saying that that maybe isn't isn't a pause. As though the way I think about lock is they're they're kind of two sides. The first is the the comment in the backyard. Point is sort of like bad luck. You know so you need to do the best. You can to reduce your exposure to harm Yup and the best way I know to do that is to have a margin of safety so start out of business the larger the Emergency Fund. You have saved up. That's a margin of safety for customers not coming in or you pick in the wrong business or not figuring out slowly or building a great reputation if you're well known and provide value to people than that. It provides a margin of safety for us. Slipping up making mistakes or saying something stupid accidentally So the more that you can build at margin of safety the more that you are insulated from the risk of misfortune and then the other side is exposing exposing yourself to the upside of good fortune of good of good luck. And I think that's mostly about like trying to place asymmetric beds or putting yourself in an opportunity opportunity where you create a product that can scale so for example with your coffee product You could just have local coffee shop where you serve that. But that doesn't scale that well And so instead it's available through the power of the Internet and the magic of distribution all around the world and so you really same product but by the format that you shows shows You expose yourself to the luck of that taking off and people talking about it and so So yeah there are their strategies you can use for both to insulate yourself or to expose yourself to the upside but ultimately of course nobody has control over what particular event happens. And how long does I. I definitely recognize my incredible good fortune in in the success. I've had and and it's been a huge amount of in retrospect right decisions And Good Habits and what I WANNA do. Those have someone who made equally good decisions with equally bad. That information and develop good habits didn't have the outcome they wanted to think. Oh I built the wrong system. Sometimes Shit happens right and I I just I know the people listening to this who have been struggling for decades and are like you know what you brought up some bad habits in there and they may be the major contributing factor. And you don't know it because we're mostly blind to or habits almost by definition if if you read atomic habits it's pretty clear that's habits are thank you do automatically right. How do people like? How would you measure whether you had in fact you talk about something called the quality of our habits? How do you know if I have quality habits? What's the measure First of all just like putting a bow on this whole conversation about logging randomness and so on You can certainly make the right choice in the wrong outcome happened like I think so I for many years had a career through college playing baseball and You know baseball so round ball around that like you can make the you know you can make the right choice especially the coach. You can choose to play the numbers but the the ball just bounces. The wrong way and that kind of thing can happen in life a lot but I think there are some things that are useful to believe even if they aren't strictly mathematically true so for example it is probably mathematically true that almost certainly that you luck and uncertainty and randomness or playing a role in whatever outcomes. You have in pretty much any any domain life But it's probably still useful to ask yourself the question like I like this question. How did I collaborate in my own defeat? Ah The powerful question right and so like even it's not saying it's fifty fifty it's not saying it's your fault Maybe it was like ninety eight percent lock in. You only brought two percent which happen to be your attitude on that given day but the even if your attitude is positive maybe outcome wouldn't have changed but in every interaction we have in life. We bring something into that moment. And so I think that question of how did I collaborate my own defeat how they collaborate my own success How do I collaborate in this conversation? Situation it. What it does even if it's not not strictly mathematically true that it's all about your habits or it's all about luck is within my control? And what can I impact in this situation. I think that's probably helpful. Your question about how to measure the quality of a habit. That's an interesting one For a couple reasons one you can sort of Magin. Any behavior producing multiple outcomes across time so You could broadly speaking this into two buckets. Say the the immediate outcome and the ultimate outcome well with people often say like well if the bad habits bad for me like why would I do it or how do we even some people. Also say this how do even define what a good and a bad habit is. How do we define what quality to assign to habit and I think the way that I distinguish it is the reason we do? Bad Habits is because because the immediate outcome is often favorable like the immediate outcome of eating doughnut. This great sweet sugary. It's tasty enjoyable. It's only the ultimate outcome if you continue to doughnuts that is unfavorable similar with Smoking a cigarette. The immediate outcome of smoking cigarettes might be that you get to socialize with friends outside of the office or for you get to produce a little bit of stress or You curb your nicotine craving it's only the ultimate outcome two or five or ten years down the line that is unfavourable with good habits. It's often the reverse Especially in the beginning the immediate outcome of going to the gym is Kinda sewer. The first workout like your body body looks the same in the mirror. You don't have really anything significant to show for it. It's only if you show up two or five or ten years later that you get this outcome that you want and so there's sort this like valley of death in the beginning when you're building any habit that you need some kind of external validation or some way to show up now wants the habit has been bill and it starts to become part of your identity. Then actually you can like. I just went to the gym a couple of hours ago. I do this call and that was actually quite enjoyable for me. My Body again does not look really. The different than mere scale is not really changed but I enjoy it because going to the gym is now part of WHO I am I get to kind of reinforce being the person I want to be so I do get some immediate satisfaction now but I don't think that usually shows up for people when they first start to build a habit so that's how I would define the quality of habits they differ. I would usually define it by the ultimate Outcome not the immediate outcome when you're deciding on a habit there's some risk and I'm GonNa tell a personal story actually related to what you just said that that you made me think about when three hundred pounds and I had two knee surgeries for I was twenty three and I'm eating my low fat diet and you doing my best and I. I don't ever want to have another knee surgery. That was so painful to get screw in my bone. Like I'm done is my top priority. So I said here's my habit I work out ninety minutes a day no matter what six days a week. I don't care if I'm sick. I don't I slept for two hours. I'm going to the gym and I did this for eighteen months straight straight so definitely enough to become a habit. People thought I was nuts seriously. Dave like you have a sinus infection like I don't care I'm going to the gym. I am not going to have another knee surgery at the end of eighteen eighteen months. I still weighed three hundred pounds. I could Max out all the machines and I said all right. I've this huge quads. I'm I'm good. And they went and played laser tag high risk sport right. So I kneel down I twist and I blow my acl. The first time I did any sort of non Jim non activity all those hours all that sweat and I'm still fat and I still have another knee surgery and like that's an example of a well intended habit. They probably didn't work in a lot of what I do with. Bill is a K.. Here's the system upon which you are designing your habits. If you know more about how it works you will. We'll make better decisions and design better habits but I read atomic habits and it's so abundantly clear if you make high quality habits and effective ones that you will get result in and it's less painful and it's less work to do it because like you said you built in your identity I built in my dentist. Go to the Damn Jim Right. But when the results didn't hit I had like like a crisis of conscience. Things that motivated me to start bulletproof years later So the question here is at what point do do you know that your new habits like osage veganism or something doesn't work. How do you know when it's time to reevaluate a habit that you think is working that you've bought into emotionally and psychologically socially my broadly speaking answer is we need to close the feedback loop and the only way you can close the feedback loop is to choose the right form of measurement so in the case of your first example The measure was Emma going to the gym or not. That was how you're measuring is the habit of success. I will always go. Ns as long as I show up. I know that success but in order to know if if a habit is serving you in the way that you wanted to and again this entirely depends on one of my optimizing for It sounds like in that case what you're optimizing for is knee the health and weight loss. You wanted to not be three hundred dollars. They wanted to not blow your knee out and so actually maybe the signal of progress the measurement that we needed to look at was not am showing up at the gym but is my knee getting healthier or the loads are forces on my knee. Reducing is the scale moving down and this is actually a really important question to ask yourself. I think the first question is one of my optimizing for the need to be clear about that because just because there are a lot of goals and outcomes uh-huh than results in life that we inherit from the people around us we many people are chasing borrowed goal. They they look at what other people do or what society tells them to do and they pick that up and so that first questions like what am I optimizing for was genuinely important. Me here Not What what does society tell me. I should be doing about this problem once. You decided that. Then the next question is what is the best measurement to determine. If I'm moving toward the thing I'm optimizing for and the measurement Ascherman really matters because in some cases the measurement can be in many cases with habits in particular the measurements to slow To get people to you're not rocketing signals of progress consistently enough and when signals of progress decline infrequency motivation declines as well will you find. Is that in many areas. The people working very hard even if it's like a really challenging situation if they're getting signals progress usually the motivation stays fairly high Even if they're there have to work hard because it's like well I'm getting the results I'm looking for and Sometimes you need to come up with very creative ways to measure that you know like in your case in this example measuring how often you work out is often for many people a great measure but in this particular case it was not the right measurement. I don't know if you need to go to a bio mechanics lab Muslim foursome knee. Whatever we can come up with different scenarios different alternatives but What we were trying to optimize for didn't that did not match the measurement and the the challenge of choosing the right measurement is kind of twofold? One is unique. Needs to tell us what we're trying to optimize for the other is over time. We start today our identity to the measurements. This happens almost all the time right like it was like I will. I will not miss workout. I'll show up and so by doing that. Then that's hard to become your measure of self worth and then you blow the knee out and then actually you feel guilt and shame and feel bad about yourself kerslake man. I was being the person I thought I needed to be an instilled. Then get me the thing I wanted. And I think that it's because there's a misalignment between what we genuinely wanted optimize for and what we were actually measuring so the idea that we're going to for my hypothesis that a certain habit is going critics are now come. And then we create the measures of the outcome and then See if when we engage the habit with the outcome happens and a micro example of this that I I'm I'm a huge fan of my wife. Dr Lana I'm red. Atomic Habits and a couple other bucks was just examining around around set of habits and she decided that when she was blending her bulletproof in the morning while she's sitting there with a blender running for three seconds she was GonNa do so She won't let me post this on social media as I can the morning. She's sitting there like hand on the leader of the blenders who doesn't spray butter on the and she's doing squats and I tell you after after three weeks of that like her parents didn't really like it was very noticeable. So I gotta you know in part Thank you James From my wife's curves because they're they they change and when asked about she's like I was going to stand here for thirty seconds anyways so I added this Abbot and there's great value in that not just for for her or for me but just in.

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"jim right" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"jim right" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"I couldn't agree more with that this notion that somehow like the fevers GonNa break or that you can go and convince this it is we're in a war of attrition. Essentially I mean that's basically it there. They have to for the Republicans to change. They have to lose news decisive. Yes you can't even be close because they will claw back or they will believe that they will claw back or they will have no other option option but to attempt to claw back <hes> and that gets into the McConnell McConnell stuff that you wrote a piece on I think just the yesterday or today and we should talk about but I need to say this just to remind people I headlined with the announcement <hes> from from the congressman from Alabama she was on the judiciary who was robbing the Republicans will have have I think only twelve women in their caucus which is not that's right like less than and ten percent. I think of their caucus are women yeah. They will have more members in their caucus named Jim then they will have women yeah just named Jim Right like it's twenty twenty yeah yeah and then frigging nuts yeah and then all of that in the context of a system that is designed to you make it likely that they win fifty percent of the time and fifty percent right like insane. That's right in fact I mean it's basically you whether you go from Wisconsin to the national stage forty six percent is a decisive victory for them and <hes> and part of that explains why Mitch McConnell as much as he doesn't like Moscow Mitch. It's so funny like how seem you actually genuinely upset about. It's wild usually it's like everything just roll right off but he's actually was mad about that. Now part of it could be there's also some type of investigation going non. I believe with the Justice Department which is odd or that there is a business in Kentucky that got a tremendous tremendous amount of investment in Russia shortly after he voted against voting to end sanctions right <music> corn but so maybe he's just afraid that that that you know he wants to show that like hey. If you mess around talking about this stuff this this is just normal corruption because it's Russia. I voted in favor of an entity that's going to get it's a hard yes. It's like you look at his entire history and like foreign governments have bought him off before so I think it's maybe he's just like it's not Russia. It's just like anyone anyone. I'm just opened for business. Cocaine Niche captures it more Moscow. H makes it sound like I'm I'm in league with Moscow. Now I just the the fact that he's not voting for these election action you got pretty granular with it to sort of express like what parts of it he's worried about right and so the democratic data-collection security bills and there's a bunch of them because they were bringing them out in the wake of the Muller hearings they were focusing mainly on the ones that are about not accepting contributions both monetary and like non-monetary like intelligence or from foreign nationals nationals right and he blocked those unnamed Republicans told The New York Times like well. You know he actually just doesn't like any regulations of money in campaigns suit. He just wants everyone to be bribing. All right. You want to set a precedent that will impinge on the coke brothers so like the I think the most significant Bill Democrats have that in in a world politics behaved the way centers pundits wished it did this is a bill that would actually have a chance of passing Republican Senate..

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"jim right" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"jim right" Discussed on ExtraTime

"At sometimes you guys are like I need you to have a little bit more fire and be angry sometimes, and that's just not in gyms DNA. But fortunately, four Jim right now, but Doria and harassment in our two guys in the locker room that can hold everyone accountable. Everybody respects in. They do all the yelling. They are the guys that that yell at guys get guys motivated. And so as a coach it's perfect because he's had this roster for a long time to shape mold have guys in have guys out, and they're all bought into. And this is a group that that is together you when they score goals. You can see these guys all like each other. They all like the direction that this team's going. Yeah. The celebrations were there, by the way, there was also celebration to honor Cory Burke, because he's going to be stuck in Jamaica for three months. It sounds like going to miss the Gold Cup. Gonna miss a stretch around here in the summer with the Philadelphia union busy has visa issues. There are some which is very ambiguous. There are some rumors going around about what those might be. It's a legal issue. I don't personally feel comfortable comedy. When I don't know what it is. But there are a lot of people that you could go read and see what what those rumors are Corey Brooks really good, though, she bilko has. Very well. You saw the after the score this week, and they had the jurors out the draft. That's that's also pretty cool to see what you Bill goes filled in for what he brings not as fast. But when you watch him, he moves, quite oddly, but he seems understand how to pull defenders around and help the rest of his teammates. And he's finished the chances. He's got which is striker coming in new. That's what you wanna see just to get confidence from the rest of your team being like if we work hard for this guy, he will reward us. So there were questions about where the goals we come from. And that's why went and looked and eleven players have scored them like last year. That was the question. You know, the years was the one year than it was down who was going to be the scores. Two goals. They're getting it from Alzheimer's. I still think is a question and they've done a good job of spreading the love. I think in order to be a top team in the conference you need to have. You know, you need to have a guy who steps up and it was like I'm the fifteen goal score. It could be a com-. It could be of all of the names. We're talking about he's the most likely one. And obviously, we'll see you. Games like spring on senior six one every they went out and got Sergio Santos guy. That's why they brought him in. He was one of their not their biggest offseason signing the other couple the Marco fob ins. Well. Yeah. His fair, but like up top, but like his his ability to sort of do a little bit of everything in the final third. I think they're expecting him to be like that fifteen to eighteen gold number nine. We're far on ends up playing a little more recessed in the the pure playmaker role. And we the fact that they're getting we're quarter the way third of the way through the year. And we've barely seen. This team's I eleven play. And here they are topped the east. Congratulations the union. It's going pretty well right now other winners here don't be haters. Don't be hater worse. Dials. Okay. Doyle safe. Good job. Doyle, obviously, Derek Tian with a huge goal to beat the LA galaxy for the New York red bulls at red bull arena in front of Cam. We clearly his favorite player ever now. Because the first game winner he's ever seen. I don't want to jinx anything like that. On have out two more games. Yeah, potentially. I mean, I'm I'm I'm just saying it's like his have him one. Oh, enough got planes landing at Newark. So about every four minutes the little guys extremely engaged. The rest of the time. He just stared at the field and yelled ball ball ball. And so, you know, he's he's picking it up. Really? That's better than a lot of youth. Soccer coaches. I see my nephew play. Unreal. Toils just posted up in the corner..

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"jim right" Discussed on The MMA Beat

The MMA Beat

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"jim right" Discussed on The MMA Beat

"He said, look, I'm in great shape things on the table on the Jim right now. I don't know if it's that. Anything what I'm saying? Connor smart to get right out there and say, okay, you have si you don't realize my value. And maybe they're just trying to discipline him. But we call here you wake up a really can't imagine in his just giving us history with all these substances may from because of that history of sewing that they would really be a sticking point. Can you really imagine that that's a sticking point? They tried to keep up and aspirin for. No good reason pettiness is not something that they are unaccustomed to doing or being then it's got to be some bigger the bigger play like they're trying to homeland. They're trying to then I it's more of the business aspects. Twelve as the center of the octagon. Sure. A couple of losses. They're like. Okay. Well, now, we can flex on them. And he's like, no, no, you can't. Yeah. You know, what it sounds like to me? But I'd wait say loses one more time before I'd flex on them. Yeah. Sounds cash that check. He's I mean, obviously, the dude if they put them against any permutation, whatever you want. I feel like it's still doing over a million paper yours the only million pay per view buys several. At least a million minimum. Next pay per view. He's going to be on commentary the whole night, you're getting fifty thousand more buys. I'm telling you like any form of his name on their answers are going to drink proper twelve the whole night, you're watching that or done. Which takes us to go from an interesting story too. I mean, here's a saying I'm being did search by this. I don't even know what to say about it anymore because we've had this discussion BJ Penn is back. We Japan is fighting Clegg Guido, you'll see two hundred seventy and I saw everyone be like I'm all in for this. Dr sick man, y'all are sick people. Like, it's just weird at this. I just hope you'll be like I'm all in for the return of BJP again. I'm like dude that says before beat when before I would really come to this fulltime, Japan was my favorite fighter. I have is closed guard book in my house, like it's something magical. But you know, sometimes it's it's your time in life to be old. It's my time in life. I'm getting old like that's just everyone's got a time. And I know folks have said Brian that well they've given somebody that he could compete against they've been saying that all this time. Yes it against Seaver. Nope. They said against Ryan hall. No air the air. No. And now they're giving him somebody that's going to wrestle into his guard. They think well number. One click to construct better than you think. And to if he gets softened up to the point guard kind of goes away. I don't I don't even have emotions for this one anymore other than I just can't believe it would have to admit my brain fought itself when this was announced because my left side of my brain was dislike. No, not again in the right side was like, oh, it's going to be fired to name. Yes. And then I thought it'd be J pens brain. And then it's like take the take the keys away from grand. Okay. Let's stop..

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"jim right" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"jim right" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Here in the mid day. We'll get to the basketball coming up at twelve if you were able to sit through the Nick hawk game last night, if you were able to because at times, I find myself dozing, and I was reminded like I reminded myself as I'm watching it because I started thinking about the lottery about how they actually changed some of the odds this season. So it's a little bit different. The lottery has a different feel this season. And that is something that's important for the knick fan and probably the net fan probably the net fan to be fully aware of knowing the situation and knowing with the odds means so we'll get to that coming up at twelve o'clock thoughts on the game as far as the comparison between Albert Belle and Jim rights to point Albert bell had about nine or eight depending on how tough of a marker. You wanna be hall of fame season? Right. Okay. If that's not enough for you. It's not enough for you. But that's what he did. He did not have a four year. When he's not Mattingly Mattingly only had. Right. A brief amount of years. I mean, that's pretty good. So we to give you the total timid tell us it rice play Jim rice played sixteen years. Seventy five was rookie came up in seventy four but seventy five which is I I heard you play in the World Series because he was hurt. That's right. That's right. But all of that ended up playing about five hundred games more. Okay. Albert bell. So he basically play five hundred games. More say about a season in a hair. What am I saying the recent? Yeah, what am I saying about three three and a half? Yeah. About that. Right. Jim rice, total ended up as a to ninety eight hitter. Albert bell was to ninety five. Okay. Albert bell was a three sixty nine on bass. Jim rice was three fifty two. You'd be beats them. They're slugging Albert by a lot. He was five sixty four rice was five. Oh, two. So if you look at nine thirty three to eight fifty four in favor of Albert, okay? Jim rice had let's count the thirty home run years. I'm going to look at three four four thirty home runs. And he had the one big he was MVP and seventy eight. Correct. Forty six forty six thirty nine led the league in both at great greats. Okay, which Albert bell? Also did he had a year which he led the league at home runs? But he didn't win the MVP because he got he got hose with him. I can't look at the MVP is the writers. Hated hated him. His thirty home run years, two four six eight and they were all consecutively because he had doubled thirty home run years Jim rice at that is correct. Okay. Our Bill running his career playing six lists us. That's right. Also, three of them were forty home runs. Okay. Do you also had a fifty home run? Yeah. That is correct. Jim rice had one forty home runs. Six right, right. As far as one hundred RBI is concerned Jim rice, did it. Eight times eight times bell nine Albert bell. Did a two four six nine times all consecutive now. What's the numbers? Final numbers of is Albert bell finished at twelve thirty nine. Jim rice finished at fourteen fifty one. Okay. Playing six more years the difference. It just looking at the numbers because I I don't remember Jim rice as a player so numbers with Bill. I remember miss. Right was Albert bell was the more dominant player. It was just over a little bit short period of time. Line is the numbers are very close. The Jim rice better bare. Right. Okay, better. Yes, they're better. And he's not in all but rises. That's correct. It's a joke. But the thing about Albert Bell's. It's not that he isn't in the hall of fame. It's that it's it's it's not even a consideration. Like, not even it's like, right? It's like, he's Bubba Trammell. I'm.

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"jim right" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"jim right" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Sports George off Jim right to college football and northwestern who is playing at Michigan state, and we're Clayton. Thorson heaved a seventy seven yard pass to wide open Cairo a gallon. Then he threw a thirty four yard at a JJ. Jefferson cats lead fourteen three of the second in what is a must win for them as for the allied. Either at Rutgers were quarterback AJ Bush's using his legs to get the Atlanta and the board. He's rushed for a couple of touchdowns Illinois now leading twenty four seven in the second Michigan, Maryland just underway. Delayed by weather conditions and Alabama top-ranked leading at Arkansas twenty eight seven Blackhawks mantra, maybe one goal. But nowadays, it's more like two points. They got them in the opener at Ottawa tonight skate and Saint Louis too much better much more solid game and a lot of areas to find the two points tomorrow. So we got to be ready for that knowing that they're probably not too happy with the started the season. So there's a couple of factors in there that we are considering on. We gotta we gotta be better Johnson. Saves noting how the jets clobbered the blues five hundred the opener Cam ward expected to be in goal over forty five thousand runners will compete in tomorrow, Chicago marathon, only what happens if it rains worse yet. What happens if there's lightning we pose that to former Chicago marathon winner, Greg Meyer? Posssibility if there's lightning they'll be a code red in they have all of this gig killed out to the runners they send out updates every day via texting Email of what the conditions are. If there's lightning within a certain range will delight and asked people to take shelter that looks bad Meyer as part of the broadcast team, including our Josh lists. They'll call the race on six seventy the score tomorrow morning a break for the NFL CS, which changes venues tomorrow's host the Rockies and Braves trail the respective series two games to non today. The Astros gopher a two zero lead on the Indians. As do the Red Sox against the Yankees on your home for the bears, George off NewsRadio seven eighty five point nine FM. Traffic and weather next WBZ news time twelve seventeen with.

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"jim right" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"jim right" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"That's may just use the search box to find, what you're looking for Jim in Kansas City Missouri hi there Jim Right. Welcome Thank you is there, a program a free program that I can use to record the audio and video of the? Financial webinars and so you're watching these on YouTube or these pay things that you want to be able. To. Keep No they're just they're presented their swab financial webinar license and you just log into it You. Look and watching what's going on Yeah Are you a MAC or windows? Guy Windows' k which you're going to be looking for is the screen? Recorder. Okay And there are several out? There Couple that, have, been around forever as camped Asia and. Then another one called snag it and so you can. Download either one of these tools if you think you're going, to want to edit the videos then you probably gonna wanna look at camp, Patia if you're just gonna wanna just download. It and save it than stag it's probably the easiest. And the best way to go. So you set up your, recording it's pretty simple to do and then you have that video right there. For the taking whenever you want I'm surprised though that. The Schwab YouTube account doesn't offer these is. Something that you might? Wanna watch are you check there It's not YouTube it's Bob oh I know I understand that sir but, I'm saying a lot of these big companies financial company says that if they do do a webinar or if they have some type of presentation like that is that. They make, it available at us for a certain period of time you. Know be exclusive to their site and but then after that, maybe, it's a week maybe it's ten days. Or even just twenty four hours is that they'll take. That content from a webinar and they'll actually use that content, as a video file on their YouTube channel so my point being that before, you go and you download snag it and. You start getting it all working and writing and you. Know so this way you can. Revisit these financial webinars that, you're looking at is just take a look at the YouTube channel for Schwab. Or whatever company it may be they'll says you see. These webinars because here's the deal on the. Internet content is king And so is marketing right so if you subscribe to, YouTube channel. And that's why so many, companies are wanting to to, subscribe is that whenever that company releases. A new video, you get. An, automatic notification. And so companies, like. Schwab Oregon Stanley whatever may be that they're constantly. Looking for new videos that they don't have to recreate the wheel so to speak in order to present new edition of content to their audience and so that's why you know just take, a look, at the YouTube dot com channel for Schwab see what's, there they may not, have all of them but it may be some that you might want to revisit that you've already seen and then it just makes it really simple to do a job thank you. For your call let's talk about Epson one of our great sponsors here at the Kim commander show and I just you know I guess, I'm kind of a geek of the week because I get excited when I have new technology that just works and that's the city go tank forty seven fifty I. Mean over, the years Epson has earned my trust which is why I'm..

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"jim right" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"jim right" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"jim right" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"jim right" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"With a super route retailers of new england with jim right by jim ryan thank you and good morning or afternoon i should say afternoon it's after and i know it's been a long morning but it is f them out with you i just flies by anyway so we're going to start off on route three southbound with some delays from uh or just about re 228 heading down to that construction crew by three looking good on the expressway lower into 128's clear the pike is wide open in both directions the airport tunnels are in great shape the tobin bridge has elaine restriction on the inbound side not causing any problems though storrow drive is clear the deck is wide open cylcing those delays on ninety nine northbound due to a right lane tree trimming crew after the alfred street bridge we're looking good on route one 93 looks good up north ruth three south is slow exiting to one 28 but 122 speed limit ride next report twelve 53 wbz's traffic on the 3s now we check the fourday wbz accuweather forecast meteorologist deemed of war on a bad afternoon lots of sunshine seasonably cold highs in the upper thirty's to near forty but then we'll cloud over tonight clever system could bring some snow may be an inch or so and some six months later tonight into tomorrow i think this so we'll mix with some rain showers during the afternoon tomorrow the high gets up to forty six but then the winter nhs sharply colder wednesday as cold air pours in temperatures only getting up to thirty on wednesday but real feel temperatures in the single digits in there could be ocean affect snow showers on cape cod it is still going to be called thursday only twenty nine for the high but just not as harsh with as much wind i'm accuweather meteorologist into board wbz newsradio 1030 thirty five in boston when you need in.

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"jim right" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"jim right" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"On talk radio oh yes oh you out alone to why like jim right you mean red sox legendary red sox slugger jim rice yes sir yes i always love jim rice well we wanna along with more gene i'm sure thank you carl i appreciate that thank you jim rights where people that one out of i had a feeling jim ed rice the pride of south carolina and the red sox great baseball player grew up watching him when i was a little kid used to have a joke about jim rice great you know what the joke was ejemyr rights was a big slugger but he also grounded into a lot of double place you know when he wasn't hitting a home run he was the the striking out our grounding into a six four three doubleplay so the joke in boston back in the 80s you the ball players the the the new trend it started to become popular in the 80s yet a lot of players who would who would play with gold chains with their number on it now select cal ripken would be playing with a gold chain with the number race and all these other famous players and my buddies would always come up to me and they'd say hey you know what number jim rice wears a gold chain number it's says i said what is a six four three there's always ground and into double blitz hello that's a that's a good one there uh anyway ri 250 to we'll take a short break we'll be right back with some updates on weather and traffic old ties the brian jones show on talk radio one of two point three fm the best high school football coverage in the universe the coca cola red zone friday night's at eight on talk radio 102 point where.

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"jim right" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"jim right" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Speaker of the house jim right from texas and he way ages a twoyear campaign and i was out tim for all sorts of corruption in dirty dealy per speaker in one hundred thirty years to resign from the house of representatives so you'll was draining the swamp thirty years before the praise came back into vote so he such work is way up in other guy in the house takes power power on the contract with america is rolling contract with america the row it was he conceived andrews framework to brian because it euro during the eight years reagan president he inject camp bob walker were the real water curious poor the reagan agenda on capitol hill not uh not the bob michael luca the minority leader who is a nice guy and co at a good boy cooked singing voice but really didn't have the muscle were these guys were dismissed by tip o'neill is reagan's robots and they were happy to be called that but they were the one who got you know funding for the nicaraguan conquers tax cut through funding for fbi on issue after issue after issue the reagan white house turkey gingrich and camp and bob walker to carry their water for them in the house for the longest time that i remember i he was a he was parried in a senate live about how many things he passed through the house in he did hit a big agenda in a focus that we we kinda miss today i absolutely magno either side right so yes neither side is really talking about issues today oda no end so newt gingrich says getting this past and he starts becoming the the nemesis to bill clinton did he convinced the rest of the republican establishment that there should be a special independent prosecutor and they should go after some of his investments who everyone loses their shared except the clintons he got the support of astonishing number of motto republicans because he was like prometheus she had brought firecrew republican kind he taught them how to get on offense olympia snowe supported him per per whip which he only one by one boat she said because we want to one for once we have somebody who is on offense and making the case for republicanism common conservatism and put an end this is news is bad he was always permanent up anthony never accepted the premise of the.

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