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"judy judy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
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Gov. Murphy Issues Stern Warning After New Jersey Reports 7-Month-Old Tests Positive For COVID-19 After Death
"Is an outbreak everywhere as the message from Governor Cuomo today as he praised New Yorkers for their hard work, getting the virus under control here, But he warned, You know, we can't let up. The can't let up. Yet. At least, he says, rising caseloads elsewhere in the country mean New Yorkers must keep wearing mask and keep social distancing. Keep being what he calls New York tough. Here. The numbers now there are 636 new positive test in the state yesterday. That's less than 1% of the total tests at minister only four also four deaths, deaths, new new deaths deaths reported. reported. In In New New Jersey Jersey officials officials reported. reported. Eight Eight new new confirmed confirmed virus virus deaths, deaths, though though health health Commissioner Commissioner Judy Judy Person Person Kelly Kelly focused focused on on one one case, case, which which hasn't hasn't officially been classified sadly today. We are reporting the death of a seven month old baby. Who after death tested positive for covert 19. However, we do not know the primary cause of this death. At this point in time. The stage rate of transmission is 1.32. That's down from yesterday, but Governor Murphy says that's deal too high for him. So
No suspects in custody after 9-year-old boy dies in Chicago shooting
"Have have no no suspects suspects in in the the fatal fatal shooting shooting Friday Friday of of a a nine nine year year old old boy, boy, authorities authorities say say Generally, Generally, Ricks Ricks was was playing playing in in a a lot lot Friday Friday evening evening near near Cambridge Cambridge Avenue Avenue and and Locust Locust Street Street when when someone someone walked walked up up and and began began shooting shooting Or Or from from WG WG and and TV's TV's Judy Judy Wang. Wang. He He was was going going to to be be 1/4 1/4 grader, grader, Ruben Salazar Elementary school and qualify for a program for gifted Children. Last night. Neighbors in the former Cabrini Green complex where the boy lived, gathered for a vigil, stuffed animals of football basketballs and lit candles marked the area where generally was killed. $4000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of the person responsible. You can call 800 You tell us. That's the letter you tell us with any information or reported to CPD tip. Dotcom
9 Year-Old Child Fatally Shot On Near North Side, Chicago
"Have identified the nine year old boy who was shot and killed on the near North side last night, his nine year year old old Gennari Gennari Andrex, Andrex, Chicago, Chicago, police police say say Clearly, Clearly, he he was was not not the the intended intended target target of of the the gunfire. gunfire. WG WG ends ends Judy Judy Wang, Wang, the the nine nine year year old old boy boy was was playing playing in in a a parking parking lot lot at at the the former former Cabrini Cabrini Green Green housing housing complex complex in in the the ninth. ninth. Under Under black black of of North North Cambridge Cambridge Avenue. Avenue. Police Police say say the the shooter shooter walked walked up up and and fired fired several several rounds rounds in in the the boy's boy's direction, direction, hitting him in the chest. The first officers who arrived at the same perform CPR until the paramedics got there. The boy died about an hour later at Lurie Children's Hospital. If you have any information, you could leave an anonymous tip it CPD tip dot com.
3-year-old shot and killed in Chicago
"The three year old boy was shot and killed riding riding with with his his father father in in the the Austin Austin neighborhood neighborhood last last night night as as WGN WGN TV's TV's Judy Judy **** **** reports reports they they were were hit hit by by someone someone riding riding in in a a Honda Honda behind behind and and that that central central and and Syaoran Syaoran police police say the gunman was behind them in the Honda and fired multiple shots the boy was hit in his back the father suffered a graze wound to his abdomen he drove to west suburban hospital in Oak Park where the child was pronounced dead the boy is identified as McCabe James of Skokie police believe his father was the target
Chicago - Neighbors Protest Metro Praise International Church For Holding Services During Pandemic
"Some some residents residents on on Chicago's Chicago's northwest northwest side side staging staging a a protest protest as as a a church church in in the the neighborhood neighborhood hold hold services services WGN's WGN's Judy Judy wing wing with with more more protesters say they are not here to harass church members they want to make it harder on them by taking all of the parking spaces around the building nobody ever sent to shut it down on the server we just want them to be respectful of each other and the boss to police were on standby outside Metro praise international church of diversity in long Avenue they made no arrests the pastor made no apologies residents say Mitchell praise needs to protect the community the Latino community in this case with some of the highest concentrations of CO in nineteen in the state
Chicago-area preschooler among latest cases of COVID-19
"The pre school or in the northwest suburbs has tested positive for covert nineteen the patient is the youngest person in Illinois to be diagnosed with the virus Judy **** is live in Bartlett with more more Judy Judy good good morning morning this this is is a a learning learning center center for for kids kids ages ages three three to to five five a a letter letter that that went went out out to to parents parents says says that that this this student student is in isolation the letter did not release any additional information this call may be the youngest patient so far in the state until now the youngest patient was nine years old independent center for learning is in school district U. forty six it is the state's second largest school district C. P. S. is the largest governor JB Pritzker ordered all schools closed for the rest of the month while CPS students will be out until April twenty first U. forty six administrators say they have not yet decided whether their schools will remain closed past the thirtieth until now again the health department stated the victims of covert nineteen in the state ranged in age from nine to ninety nine the governor reported one hundred thirty four new cases and three more deaths will county man in his fifties passed away also a cook county woman in her eighties and a Florida woman in her seventies who was visiting Springfield health officials say the spiking cases as a result of rapid spread and increased testing
"judy judy" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Market place I'm calling a result after twenty five years the devil is come down on judge Judy Judy Sheindlin announced today she is going to be wrapping up or hit courtroom show next year try let is one of the highest paid stars on television getting it is reported forty seven million dollars a year and her show is the most watched series in syndication syndication might not be familiar to those who've grown up in this world of streaming so market place jasmine Garst explains how it works Tim Brennan is a big judge Judy guy he watches almost every day he says there are a lot of court shows but there's only one Judy she didn't put up any mass some of those other court shows are just kind of ridiculous don't play she was me I don't like it branded watches her on fox six in Milwaukee but she's on the CBS station in LA that's because the syndicated shows are sold station by station across the country meanwhile a primetime shows like survivor only airs on CBS channels David Lieberman teaches media management at the new school there certain times of day that the networks don't control they do control prime time usually but not data and that's where the local station might say we were going to buy this show from making it to syndication either reruns like Seinfeld or ongoing shows like judge Judy can be really lucrative but the rise of streaming could change the model says Tim Hamlin media analyst with a particular group a show like judge Judy may actually be more attractive if packaged up and and more directly accessible to consumers instead of having to go through the intermediary pipe if you will of the TV station you could make the argument that the new syndication may actually be three streaming service Sheindlin says there will be reruns of judge Judy and she's starting a new show called Judy justice no word yet on where that will air on jasmine Garst for market Paris fashion week wraps up this week ending a months of regular runway shows in Europe and New York fashion people always you won't necessarily be thrilled I'm pointing this out but the shows are on their faces symbols of consumption and excess at a time when businesses in a whole bunch of different industries are trying to be more sustainable ritual semansky road invoke about how the fashion industry is rethinking the runway thanks for coming on thanks for having me what should we make of the fact that here we are a couple weeks into fashion month as I gather is now called and climate change is becoming a thing have have the fashion houses and designers kind of seen the light that's still up in the air but they have seen the light but people are caring that is for sure and that there is sort of growing demand for more current quotas dateable fashion but this story that at that I read about fashion weeks was was really trying to sort of question the whole role of the fashion show yeah sure one of the things I learned reading this piece is that fashion month is not just like New York fashion week in Milan fashion week in Paris fashion week there are there's one in Copenhagen there's one in Helsinki and vis shows certainly company in Helsinki as you talk about have sustainability goals right I mean they are they are challenging designers and houses to meet their standards I think he has been doing it longer they have a comprehensive approach to how they do their fashion show everything from and you know energy efficient lighting to having everyone use public transportation to get to the show rather than all private vehicles and flights but they also only show brands that have sustainable practices but Copenhagen is a bigger fashion sense is kind of a big deal when they announced a few weeks ago that if brands want to continue showing there they have to implement a set of criteria for for how they produce their clothes which is a big step from what the New York and other passengers do well I was gonna say because you you read about and look at pictures of New York fashion week number one it's all over man hat right so you're taking cars and black cars and all this stuff and it's huge parties and and a giant Norma's environmental footprint exactly yeah it's an enormous footprint but it's also just scratching the surface of the larger industry footprint right so that goes to the the takeaway question which is it's great to Copenhagen and Helsinki you're doing this but is it gonna matter until New York and Paris and Milan actually make this a priority that's a good question there are some designers that are really trying to push the envelope there's one in London Patrick McDowell who's who's featured in the story he made a commitment to not design new clothes more than I think it's once a year and he is re styling has collections for different shows any host more interactive events and that that sort of thing is interesting and getting people thinking about the more fundamental question is after a fashion show well right because also if you're only designing new clothes once a year that's a business model decision that you're making it is and that's the point that he really drives home when you talk to him because he's not depending on the whole cell model as he sells more directly so it does pose these much larger business model questions for brands that sell to you know large retailers that depend on this cycle rituals are Nancy reading invoke business about climate change.
"judy judy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Event loses Judy from New Jersey Judy Judy Judy how are you Judy listening to you he told his listeners to unwrap every day like a precious gift in Harry was a gift to all of us classy optimistic never see me to have a bad day we salute Harry Harrison we have lost him at the age of eighty nine I miss him there's a kind of guy where when I was just coming up in New York City I was twenty four years old yeah and he was the legend for many many years at that point and I've seen in the elevator and I'd I'd be kind of taken aback that it's this major presence Harry Harrison but he couldn't be more disarming and curly hair and no heirs of none whatsoever he would do he would talk about what he heard he would comment he would boost you up it out they said he was one of the WMCA good guys he really was a genuine good guy any of us who knew him will miss a minibus up those who didn't know him but heard him and felt like we knew him will miss him as well as for generations of New York and Tom Kaminski I saw that picture of you you met him what nineteen seventy four and seventy twenty five then that is to nineteen seventy four you know I went to tour of the W. A. B. C. studios he was the first person I met off the elevator is on his way home after morning drive but he stopped shadows with me for awhile took a picture signed an autograph you know that first impression is is everything I've talked to a couple of people since last night and we've all agreed that that is so important and that really kind of formed book what did they exactly what I wanted to do with the rest of my life you know would be some kind of solidified in that in that trip right there but he was the first person you know and again with the stature that he had I mean millions of people listening to him and you know was able to talk to a twelve year old radio fan and that really kind of convinced me to radio would be would be my home and you know my deepest condolences to his family as well but you know just just a wonderful guy to grow up listening to let's let's go over to the traffic issue which has always been with us since we got to the inbound side of the George Washington bridge we've got at least a forty five to sixty minutes away from eighty ninety five it is a little bit better from the other approaches it is still jammed on the cross Bronx as we get out towards Webster Avenue a collision there is now cleared away the traveling to been re open the Lincoln is at forty five the Holland tunnel with at least a thirty minute delay note for you on the south bound elevated proctor JT still really heavy actually back from the broker interchange right down to the hunts point drop region and beyond we had a collision there that at least one lane was still blocked in queens northbound side of the cross island still very heavy up toward northern Boulevard the ways users checking in sounds like there may be some pretty big pot holes on that exit ramp to northern Boulevard so some extra body in there on the northbound side of the cross island parkway I'm Tom Kaminski in the W. CBS traffic center let's get the W. CBS five day forecast now from chief meteorologist Craig on thirty four it's an overcast sky right now breaks in those clouds though hand we will see more and more of.
"judy judy" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Me don't leave me alone because I keep bringing myself down if you the night before Jude and I had had a rough night I had to enforce some consequences because of his behavior and he was not happy with me he was mad and he was telling me afterward leave Galway leave and I had a hunch in the moment that leaving him at that moment would not have been good for him but it's hard to know that when the person you're trying to be there for is telling you go leave get out of here but I didn't I asked you permission if I could share this with you later and he said yes and he said actually I was wondering when I was going to make it on the loose for an hour so there you go Jude but I wanted to share his words with you as I think you I know what that's like to feel like there's this monster inside of you and you want to push everybody away Judy Judy said I feel like I turn into the incredible hulk and if you leave me alone I just keep bringing myself down and I can relate to that you could probably relate to that that there's this green monster inside of me that comes out and I can't control it I don't like the whole but way less powerful and way less green and less worthy of a comic book I feel that I've been there we've all been there and we've all needed someone to be there for us even if we're pushing them away this simple message of the birth of Jesus the messiah is that god has come to be with us guys come to be with you he's here to stay he won't leave how do I know he says you signs he.
"judy judy" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Or learn. I think it's the joker's pilot like me. yeah hi class so yeah I just sort of like crazy in a little not that crazy are yeah pretty crazy but I'd like to see it looks like a a cool movie and I heard that he might he might be the front runner all right Best Actor he absolutely as if he doesn't get a nomination often I does Hollywood would revolt yeah I mean it may thirteen million dollars on opening day in October that's a record that's a record numbers ever done that nobody so not Judy Judy Judy Judy Judy open yet it opened last Friday really yeah okay all right yeah because yeah now I don't know I don't know maybe right that size L. waiter yes Renee cell we actually all lost your talk yes all right well maybe I'll go see both of them I'll pay for one and then go see that's the way to do it you got to hop into the other now here's the thing by for the job for for joker. hop into Judy really yeah I don't think there's I think I don't you know I don't think they're checking taken to get into Judy. route that is removed it its opening weekend for joker they're gonna check tickets getting of the joker chauvinist pig thanks the goal of the male movie everyone's buying tickets many embarrassing but. does your. what what what would you heard complaining about not being in the kitchen why would you check out that brought. let's take away all right let's go see what you're you're a big Judy Garland fan you're gonna go see it on chin I would like to yeah I do I'll I like okay for joker slide in there thank you Johnny. Hey John to that it just pay for both well John go to see the Judy Garland make sure the Judy one is for a matinee go see joker though okay think of a job our live on KFI heard ever in the I heart radio a guy.
"judy judy" Discussed on The Frame
"The other thing that I think is really interesting about the film is Judy. Garland had addiction issues but those addiction issues were started by my Hollywood that she was punished and treated in ways that were almost I think are inhumane in terms the way the studio treated her the way they talked about her weight what she couldn't eat how she had to be on medication that the person that she became as an adult was really cast by the way that she was treated by the industry when she was a child and that feels like a central idea the film that this is not a woman who who is making choices in her own life. Those choices were made for her before she had any agency. That's true and obviously obviously it's going to change your body chemistry and create a situation where you can't function without whatever it was that they were giving you to help you deliver deliver on such a crazy schedule. You know and that's another thing I think is interesting. It's it's it sort of puts context that this was not a choice. It's not person who wakes up up in the morning and wants a handful of pills because she just doesn't feel like dealing with the day this is a woman who have seizures if she over slept and woke up having you know about not having her medication it's tragic in that respect but again when you look at what she was capable of in spite of all that and the lack of understanding adding around her about what that means and what you might do to treat it as we better understand today. We're at the telluride film festival. We're talking. Meanwhile Renee Zellweger about her new film judy. We're the hardest things to do in this film not singing wise hardest emotionally hardest acting acting. Do you remember days that really difficult because there's a lot of dark periods and Judy's life around this time but she's really trying so hard to hold it all together and make it. I was GONNA make jugglers really hot on that said her hotel room in that coat. It was so odd in there that the camera equipment shutdown Raleigh more the monitors were going all fuzzy that was when they had to bring the air conditioner and not because everybody was dying but because the character wouldn't work Oregon more now okay back to your question. Were difficult difficult days now. I didn't think of any of them as difficult. It was all joy. It was joey. I'm holding this microphone with cord and it feels so familiar to me and I don't know remembering those days on the stage at the Hackney Empire with the all the actors offers an audience and the days we shared and we laughed so much and shared stories about you know a lot of them whose parents had been at the shows and the astras in the audience. We're children of people who had seen Judy Jan.. There were a couple of them who who had been to the talk of the town and we're sharing their stories about what they say. That's fascinating. It was magnificent or that. She was really laid him. We waited until whatever our nobody was hammered by. She got there because that's what happens. Past the reviews indicated people would yell at Judy. She would yell back. There was a lot of I don't know if you call it. Give and take heckling but there's going on. I want to ask you about your hiatus and about what that meant to you. You stopped acting for what five six years between two thousand ten two thousand sixteen. You studied writing eating. You Co created wrote and produced a show called cinnamon girl. What did you find that you were able to do when you stopped and looked back from a different perspective and how did it change your priorities and did it give you a new way of looking at how you would manage your own career to open a window and away. L. Certainly tonight certainly to step away from something you know obviously gives you perspective and I hadn't realized how ahead been putting myself last that I said. Yes to everything because I'm so lucky I'm very blessed and the people that I work with are extraordinarily gifted and kind and and so anytime someone would ask the answer was yes. It was just across the board yes. I hadn't realized that in saying. Yes to everyone else. I was never saying. Yes to myself and I won't do that anymore. And aw so that's a pretty boring takeaway pretty boring revelations. I don't think at all because I think it's a fundamental issue in Dan Allot of businesses but certainly in Hollywood where especially as an actor you never want to say no because you don't know what your next job is and the entire industry is set around what's next and how you're going to move on and that's contingent on everybody's compensation agents lawyers managers and that the idea of saying notice something is almost ingrained in you that something you shouldn't do and before you know it. You don't know what it is. You're saying yes to because you haven't stopped well. There's I didn't look at it that way. I didn't say no because of my friends I said yes a lot of times because of the creative opportunities and the people that I would have the chance to work with and read sit with Rob Marshall and think oh my gosh. I just have to know oh him. I have to know him and the the Chicago we should say yes and the creative experience of lifetime is going to be the cherry on top you know but and when it became time to stop and step away for a second now. I wasn't worried about it at all. I knew that there would be other creative opportunities and other people that I would want to work with in a different capacity in a quieter way this last question. How would you define what it is that you get excited about now now because it could be acting to be writing could be producing. What are the stories that speak to you. Well goods good now. If it makes me laugh out loud I love things that obviously pushed the conversation in some way if it's an important issue and I think it's it's it's one of the best ways to to move if people is medium now that that excites me. I love going to movies. You know I love it changed my perspective very time every time so I saw around the blessed to be part of it honestly to get a get to do this for a living in any capacity Baheren telluride eating your biscuits. I mean live couldn't be better petr except if your dog was here at my dogs are here then Rene. Thanks so much for coming in to talk to you by by the way I made those biscuits was talking about and they were pretty good if I do say so myself. Judy is in theaters on September twenty seven coming coming up next on the Frame Downton Abbey movie as experienced by Downton Abbey's obsessed Fans.
"judy judy" Discussed on The Frame
"Renee Zellweger was at the telluride film festival early this month for the premiere of her new film Judy beauty which is directed by Rupert Gould in the movie Zellwegger portrays Judy Garland late in her life well after the fame from wizard of Oz had vanished S. She was battling demons on several fronts. Zellweger also played Garland in song in the film performing array of musical numbers including over the rainbow. Oh live onset when she visited the frames makeshift studio at our condo and telluride Zellweger told me about what Garland mentor her before she took on the role Ed. I always just sort of took her for granted. She was always there. She was extraordinary. She was original so she filled this spot that belonged to her. She was always on the turntable title in my house or if there was a special where she was on television we were watching with my parents so I just sort of she was always there but but I was surprised to learn that a person could have been working on that level since she was two years old could find herself you in those circumstances later in life that that did surprise me doesn't matter. Yukon Khan is an audience out there waiting to hear you sing my mouth dry Nick Houston teepee fine. There is a fascinating review that we found around of the original concerts in nineteen sixty eight in the observer and this is what the critic said in part. It's a long review and there's lots of really interesting stuff. She doesn't really really give a concert. She conducts a seance. She evokes pity and sorrow like no other superstar so and that seems to fit really into the movie about what's going on in Judy's life at the time of this story. So how would you describe the chaos us that is all around her and how that chaos starts to show itself on stage when she's performing. I mean this is her bliss. We're talking about performance aunts and connecting with audiences obviously it's her gift and it's also what she relies on for her freedom and financial stability and her ability to take care herself she was in debt and she didn't have a home place to live she was having difficulty finding work in the United States because her reputation was not not one of of great ability and then there's the addiction that we didn't. I guess we'll we understand a little bit more about these days. Obviously Dan coupled with anxieties and just years and years and years of overworking this thing that you're supposed to take very great care of which I've come to learn about the instruments that you can't just push push push the chaos. Suppose is just what you see on the outside. All sizes is usually a manifestation of what's on the inside and all of those things one of those things that she was experiencing at the time would have been enough to to break a person and I think that that's what's interesting about talking about this time in her life. It's not I don't. I don't think that there's any shame in it. I think that it just really league highlights how exceptional she was that she was able to overcome all of this mess and still perform and still give so much to her audiences and despite the abuse in the wear on her instrument boy she still she still delivered you know it stuck it hit those notes and break your heart like nobody you know the wrangler.
Hostless Emmys Hit All-Time Ratings Low
"The Emmy awards were last night and for a second year in a row the ratings hit it and all time low but bad news for broadcast. TV was good news for streaming joining me to recap the ceremony is the chief TV critic at Variety Daniel Daniel Diario. Hi How are you. I'm good. I WanNa ask you this whole idea of the hostess award show. It feels like it's not going away anytime soon. If you were to grade the as on how they handled it. What kind of Marx would you give them. I would give the EMMYS a failing grade for how they handled filling in the gaps without got a host. I thought all of the interstitial bits all of the comedy all the attempts to explain to the audience what TV was fell totally flat. I will say one positive fringe benefit was that I noticed that fewer stars were being played off and the longer speeches were more impactful and more thoughtful every other aspect of the production. I thought didn't work and I missed the presence of a kind of guiding intelligence. Let's listen to the speeches that did get to run a little bit longer. This is Michelle Williams accepting her emmy for playing gwen Verdon and Fosse Verdon and so the next time a woman especially a woman of color because she stands to make fifty two cents on the dollar compared to her white. Male counterpart tells you what we need to order to do her job. Listen to her the. I think it's important to note Michelle. Williams has simone history with this. She went back for some re-shoots on the movie all the money in the world. She got paid a thousand thousanddollars. Mark Wahlberg got a million and a half so this is a personal issue for her but it feels like the really did discover something by not playing Michelle. How Williams off absolutely I think I mean I feel as though if you think back a couple of years when Nicole Kidman won for big little lies she ultimately we got to give a long speech about what she learned about domestic violence in the role but she was kind of fighting with the orchestra in a way that kind of sapped the dignity and meaning of the moment the fact that Williams was able to kind of speak in Kristalina way as composed she was carrying across these points that were personal to her relevant to the project relative to Hollywood. I thought it was really important on unfortunately with the viewership being what it was. I'm not sure how many people saw these great points but I I still think it was important. Let's talk about the viewership because it does appear that the ratings were an all time low for the Emmy Broadcast and it does. I feel like what was celebrated. Last night was not network television. I think Saturday night live with the only network show that picked up any emmy's in the primetime ceremony last tonight. Does it feel us if this is a network show that celebrating stuff that you would never see on any network. Yes it feels as though this is a network show that not only we celebrate stuff that doesn't air on network but stuff that never could I mean fleabag show. I greatly admired that was the night's big winner in comedy is so so far beyond I think what the great network watching still extant mill American audience is accustomed to that basically could come from another planet. I think what this means for. The EMMYS is an existential question going forward of what the show can do and where it should even be. Would this be better better served. If we put the Amazon Netflix would be better served. We put it on
"judy judy" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"NewsTalk eleven thirty WINS pressure on Wisconsin conservatives to get Brian Hagan state supreme court because if we don't I'm telling you there's a big arrest that the left he's taken over in April of two thousand twenty because Dan Kelly is going to be facing. It's incumbent. Conservatives state supreme court judge. He's going to be a Justice rather. He's going to be facing an uphill climb. Because it's the same day as the democratic presidential primary. So the kooks will be in full bloom on that election day in April of twenty twenty Kenosha, Judy Judy. You're on go ahead. I swear to God, I'm hitting this button right on it. I'm going to have to you know, we're getting a new phone system here. It's a you know, how all this phone system is it's older than a couple of our producers. It is it is it's older than tie Vicki's producer. It's like thirty years old. It's just amazing. Let me see I I got to go that type Judy Judy. Go ahead. How I feel you're talking to von group of people we need to be talking to. Liberal conservative all of us to your station. What what do you want me to say, the liberal, stay home? What do you want me to say to the liberals, go stay home on election day? Read the papers watch the TV's was you're saying is that you were trying to convert them. You know, like your your church. Right. Well. You know, what that's really interesting Judy. And let me let me tell you. I think that that what you're saying has some validity. What we forget. Sometimes is that you in political discourse, the objective is to is to not oppose the other side. But to convince them that you're right. That's that's that's the that's the ultimate objective. Thanks for the call. The alternate objective is to do exactly that. And and sometimes that does get lost in the in the shuffle. I'd say that's not a bad point greenfield. And Steve, Steve you're on go ahead. Adri? Really bothering me about this election. Number one. We're dealing with an electric lazy and uneducated and number two out state media outlets like wash. Aw. Oh, Claire lacrosse where they don't have a W I s N and those people don't have a clue about what the truth is. Yeah. You know that that is true. I will tell you that some of the radio stations up in the center of the state like Stevens point wausau, they've got some conservative flavored programming their stations out there that run Limbaugh and Hannity, and and that sort of thing with regard to local and state issues, probably probably not, and it's even true more or less in the FOX valley, and that's a big population center from from up to Green Bay that area has got a lot of folks. But here's the other thing Steve turn out in in in southeastern Wisconsin is critical. Do you realize that if you draw a line from the city of Sheboygan to the Illinois line and east from? The Jefferson Waukesha county line east to the lake there is about thirty percent or thirty two percent of Wisconsin's population live in that box that is this listening area. And if we got massive turnout down here that might offset anything that's going on out state. Do appreciate the call Shorewood. Ricky get the last word go ahead. A really appreciate it. I feel that the voter education process is not working because of actually character assassination want. Brian to win. Unfortunately, the slanderous commercials that have been put up there at is totally. Not appropriate at the same time. It shows that she's willing to lie. Unfortunately, no one is going taken to task. I'd like to see him win. I'd like to see him pick the candidate as well. As the other individuals that were involved with it or or groups and take him to court the right court and prime. Yeah. What you know what first of all it takes call. In political campaigns. I mean, the the bar for for proving ace thing that's defamatory is so high that it's almost impossible to leave. But there I've heard this from some conservatives that have all the campaigns to soft and when when we're getting there getting hit they're not hitting back hard enough. You can say that. And and there's not much you control about the tone or tenor of of of a preferred candidate's campaign if you prefer hanging gardens candidacy for what you can do is ignore that. And just go and vote. What were it hurts is people that listen to this station? And we always. Always we sometimes forget that the people that listened to WINS are much more engaged than the normal person. It's just the case I'm not trying to say that the blow smoke up your collective skirts. It's just the way it is. We care about this stuff. We're interested in it were engaged in it. We find it fascinating. There's dynamics there's there's analytics they go into this that provide insights were curious about the way, they were governed the way the world goes around and issues that deal in in our culture, and our largest society and the law and politics and lots of other things all come into play were more curious people. And there's I mean, there's let me take one minute here that I'll shop there's nothing that proves this better than some TV show or news network a week before a presidential election or the candidates have been hammering on one another for months going out there and asking, hey, who's the Republican candidate for president and people have no clue. They'll go talk to ten people three or four of the no. And what you don't realize is that some people do indeed live in a bubble. That is a bubble of not being engaged. They're very happy in their lives. You know, they get up. They go to work. They watch daytime TV, you know. So we're watching the, you know. Whatever that might be judge Judy that sort of thing. They're engaged with their families. But it's much more of your doing housework or working in a job where it's it's. Task focused or they're not necessarily having a lot of time to engage with with the outside world, they get home. And they're they're interested in other things. Maybe they're they're like, do it yourself projects there doing other stuff that have nothing to do with elections, and who's running the government and that sort of thing and they don't care now. Every once in a while, they get persuaded to come out and vote, and they have no idea what they're voting for what the issues are. They have no context by which to interpret, whatever. Plea. They are being offered with regard to voting for one particular candidate or another. That's the way it works. That's the way it is. It's not perfect but beats anything else that mankind has come up with. But it's up to us the engaged people to go out and do a little voter education ourselves, and that's what I am advocating during the first hour of the Mark Belling this late afternoon show. Great stuff coming up in the middle. Our the the final hour of the program is there's more lease a new bar stuff that Dan O'Donnell's dug up. That's just unbelievable stuff is classic. You need to hear it. Four nine news. Talk eleven thirty w is. It's time for traffic..
"judy judy" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Seven five ks L Friday morning live. Jason Goodman remains undefeated in song pop this year. We play once a week he seven oh so far this year. And he's going to take on in studio. Guests Judith Judy Judy. Long-form june. Give you the debate. Tom. Judith. I'm actually Judith. But prefer Judy were the I we found out that she's a NC state fan. So the time of year, lots of free time basketball ready to watch very good. All right. So the way the game works. We have seven song pop songs. We're gonna play they're very popular songs be one category. Which Bank is a Matt will tell us in a second. We don't know the category until he tells us L, I'll play clip of the song working for artists. Only think, you know, the answer scream out your name to get it. Right. You get a point. If you get it wrong. You do lose a point all right, man. 'cause about what is this week's category. It's songs from musicals perfect SABA. Getting earlier. Early in the week. We had ran aground. She's given ninety percent. She had to give ninety percent of her. Proceeds to seven rings because she sampled song from sound of music. And Jason did was not familiar with the sound of music. So we thought well that wonderful perk category. All right. So what is the category for real? Well, we're in the middle of March madness. So all of these are jock jams. Oh, all right. So again artist only no help from the audience, Judy. Are you ready? Yes. Jason goodman. Are you ready? Okay. Song pop song number one..
"judy judy" Discussed on Threedom
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"judy judy" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"That is marshmallow featuring Bastille and happier at number four, and I'm striker out of order the frontman from the Steelers, Dan Smith. He is a great songwriter and an incredible performer the guy gets anxiety before performances, but he finds the courage. He gets on stage. Any absolutely kills it. All right up. Striker? Let's go from number four to number fifteen death cab for Cutie. This is called Northern Lights. Shoot. You are out of order eleven. What's my purpose? What's? I go to. Martirano TV's dreaming. You. Cumin? Judy Judy Judy during the wine at number eleven over my head. I'm striker. You're listening to this countdown show called out of order. I get to play you every single weekend. The twenty biggest alternative rock songs to the country. We are getting close to the number one song in the countdown will continue next out of order. You're out.
"judy judy" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Started leaving the night branching out, right? Right. Because. And then the gays got all up in arms. But now they got everywhere because with the success of repulse drag racing all these wonderful drag brunches that they do drag is just everywhere. They couldn't CC Russell. I saw some video was in on yours. Dawn on you're probably not having put one up yet of her because I just didn't know if she wanted me to put that out there or you can totally do that. Okay. Okay. So so that was fun. Okay. What else anything? Hey. That's good. I met Amelia Vassalboro Santaniello Vassalboro. Yes. And frames. Jason always that's extra ones. And then your friend Judy Alexis. All hell. Judy Judy Judy Judy. College. Remember when you use solid Judy. I know Julius, Yep. Yep. That's good. I'm glad she's doing okay. Oh, man. We just didn't you weren't you up north? Yeah. We did a Christmas. So we're not going to be here on how and I won't be here. We're going to be in San Diego for actual Christmas. And so we usually spend it with my brother and his kids and family, and so we just did it early. And so it was really fun festive wonder wonder winter wonderland and good to see the kid like good Christmas treats or anything. Oh, yeah. Lots of baking. And actually we did like an appetizer madness thing. So we brought different things. And again, what was your feel the same way that you feel it just is like it's in my, you know. So then I'm like, ooh, more spinach dip shirt, we could do that this time of year. Right. Just feel like a big blob. Yeah. Now, you're making me after I like John holiday treats. Yeah. Yes. All my goodness. I had a friend come over with a gift and she made homemade marshmallows..
"judy judy" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Negga said me. I told the truck over a deer, and I hated it. Because I love the truck and got to be nothing more frustrating. You know? Right. We had somewhat hit a horse. We had somebody hit a moose. We have someone hit a cow. You know, all these other animals in New Jersey, but the deer is the one that could care less. The deer is the one that is the most like, you know, what I could get, you know, the deal will stare you down the deer will stand on the side of the road and and play with you as you drive in them. Go ahead. I'm going to get a backup back. How many times have you seen it happen? And you see like, you know, as you driving down. Yeah. You start to slow down and then walks away. And then you hit the gas, and it would have been more. And you're slow that you know, what the hell to do because the deer is messing with you. That's what jersey dear do. And they don't mind they don't mind taking you on. No matter what you're driving one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five you versus the deer. How did it? Go. Judy Judy Judy. You're on New Jersey want one point five on what's up. Hey, listen to this. I live in adults community and there's a road road fuel wrote. Dear on this road. And I'm I just at a red light. I start going am only maybe twelve miles an hour. Right in front of me. Boom. I need a brightness that not them right over. Crying called the police. The police came come on out. And I said, no. How much damage? No, ma'am, come out. I came out with. Not on my. Oh my God. I was afraid to even walk. See you got lucky Judy. I gotta let you go. Because my time has come to end the show being gotta hit the update we'll dog next week..
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"Don't get honest answers I've found that one of the better ways, to do that is you kind of butter up the other side a little bit and then you. Kind of say we'll, just go with that Mike did, that very well with the opponent to summer seven softening tactical softening of like well help us understand how that works and then you just let it go just see, where that goes across, a Mark yes thanks Alex the So Judy Judy James author and body language expert so it says on her business card over in the, UK says that what she watched, this Putin was a special. Especially. Sphinx-like returning little of these sparse I contact he received, from Trump, maintaining a poker, face, even after Trump's soccer flattery was, being translated for him Trump sat in. His usual he wasn't sitting he was standing. Most, of the. Time Trump sat in his usual Trump slump pose With his legs splayed and his fingers. In downward steeple position to register macho dominance, but this time his fingertips tapped together throughout which is a sign of impatience Putin adopted a more elegant pose sitting upright we use he's Nattily attired. He is both well-dressed Putin may very well, be the richest guy on earth The oligarch of oligarchs, Putin was, an elegant power pose sitting upright. With one, elbow on the. Arm of the chair but his Trump spoke Putin's other hands on romantic now Clasped. To the or glass pelvic words class. At the lower strut of the arm of the chair, arm as though? Irritation. Could have been? Making him keen to go oh yes they were seated in chairs for awhile this fifty shades of grey reading off, came to go where was it yeah what was that Just looking, for something that? Says. Sponsored by depends He also is still Putin he also performed some impatience rituals like scratching his cuff and finger fiddling. Of you start finger fiddling on the world stage You know what happened to Nero in Rome and all that fiddling More of that Trump instigated the handshake at the end that it was performed from their seats with a long distance arm stretch and, no, padding or prolonging additions. To, give. Away, padding when say petting oh. The arm packed aren't oh yeah well that's. The thing you do that's Bill Clinton would do that a lot I, just. Gotta, bring it over just this. Just to put this over here for you You look pretty good the front row AM seven sixty talking breaking news Mike Slater show Mark Larson sitting in gem wate working out of the newsroom while at a side-by-side news conference with Russia's Vladimir Putin President. Trump openly questioned his own intelligence agencies conclusions the Moscow was to blame for the men lane in the two thousand sixteen US election Putin said, he did indeed want Trump to win but. Took no action to, make that happen, federal authorities have arrested a Russian woman accused of conspiring to infiltrate American political organizations at the direction of a senior. Kremlin official at Cording to court papers unsealed today that Maria Boutin attempted to infiltrate a gun rights group shares. Of tesla fell today after chief executive Elon Musk went on a Twitter rant over the. Weekend against one of the British cave divers involved in the, rescue of twelve tie children. Last week Musk's spat with British diver Vernon Unsworth started last week after rescue. Teams rejected Musk's offer of a mini Submarine. Created by his rocket company SpaceX, you're never more, than, fifteen minutes away from the..
"judy judy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of a namrd with train transportation trains of all types and there was a certain traveller who does really enjoy that and not only today like the sightseeing aspect of it and the actual trip itself they enjoy studying the trains and studying their roots and going studying the history of trains and very much like the nc radio hobby there are folks who you know it's the it's not only the destination it's how they get there and the train enthusiasts of their dvd's about trains and books and coffee table books of all types of picture books about trans that is certainly popular option especially where some people view you know plane trips as crowded and busy and airports and hectic and some find trains a little bit more relaxed way to go i wanted to say that radio is very popular because i i the radio quite a bit sometimes i'll listen to the radio now out i'll fool around the am and i can get wins at night i can get different radio station so i like to get a radio that that has no interference now there's a company called c crane yes and i'll probably call you again sometime any time reggie goes reggie and here comes judy judy.
"judy judy" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And so so now i can't protect my family so did you hear all this stuff and i don't wanna get political but you know all this that everything that's going on but then i can't protect my family in a restaurant with some black dude pulls out a knife you know i don't have the solution everything but you know what why don't they come in lock these dudes up remand him you got programs here you got the rescue mission right here in oxnard salvaged art programs eight then put them in jail here you go you you go to the program you don't get program you know some time did you want to say anything or mean look pretty shaken up to your your your your his wife what's your name judy judy knew we're here to the obviously that night when this happened and it was i just couldn't believe how long it was taking and then when i looked at the paramedics when they were walking in so slow i thought i would see him running and it just like move out of the way and it was nothing even close to that and i was beside myself and it makes you wonder what they were told that they were dealing with we're told what what was going on because it i mean the poor guy i mean i just watched the life go right out i watched from his breathing from him crying to it changing the whole thing and and it was horrible and his wife and daughter right there i was holding the little baby and she was like why did the man stab my daddy and just said he was sick a sick man right right what do you say what are you what are you say call one.
"judy judy" Discussed on Movie Crush
"Yeah and again like she surrounded by people and the question is always do they have a purpose do they know what they're doing like the fact that moustapha is at that philophical stan but he knows what he wants she's like envious of that is beautiful yeah in he becomes a little project of hers 'cause we later find out that she's trying to try to help him become a teacher yes but that's also very slyly her her own process of proving to judy that you know i i can't be in the library sciences and still be party girl musical montage where she learns do we have it right here only movie ever with dewey decimal montage eighties so wonderful and that it essentially ah dance like you have like is it a little hamfisted that when she has a big confrontation with judy judy is wearing top that is entirely covered in letters outfit that entirely primary callers i liked this movie telling its story in every way yeah but this thing with mustafa i love the this movie understands her as having powers like by the end of it she is acquired power and she's still uncertain of them but you have so many like sci fi fantasy movies i mean fucking ray followed luke around and i land with like nuns and walruses for a while she left and we're supposed to believe she's a better jet i for some reason right lying marry like it's just that you practical way that like she now can in authority of way figure out how to become a licensed teacher.
"judy judy" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Or in the body this is a great way to to build up can take you know language between you and your and your understanding of the information that come to you where in the ball did you feel like earlier i said i mentioned about i believe her name is judy judy i felt immediately the presence in the back of my uh of my back call my own back i felt it and i felt the hurt connection to pop loved ones in her back and i'm sure that if she pays attention to that she can just dial late and and and figuring out on her own that who's talking or or what is name what are they meeting jumped by paying attention to that parts of her body for others will be in the solar plexus which is they the you know the gop your you're lower stomach area for others it will be more fish oil and it will be like more prominent they can they can place at crystal on their third i would choose on the forefront of their four hack and relax their brain and getting engaged in to relax satian a mind relaxed satian an opening up by third i there the great games to play working on the work book uh a really fun work book which engages you into all these fun games that you can play on the beach or a play or or have lang lang in a in your bedroom more with your kids even and uh i'm putting that together because i love games and i love entertaining the idea that people can connect with sports talking list has changed for the spurs have been with me throughout my life every single day i pray every single day i communicate with every single day i get messages and i.