40 Burst results for "July"

Fresh update on "july" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 min | 4 min ago

Fresh update on "july" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Center. Better news interstate 95, we've got delays from a choir all the way through much of Stafford county, but they have just lifted the diversion point at the one 40 exit all lanes are now open after an earlier morning auto fire, more to come, Mary DuPont, the WTP traffic. Then we have money news of 25 and 55 with Jeff clay ball. Both of July kicked off Friday with a rally, the Dow up 322 points. The S&P 500 and the NASDAQ both gained 1% yesterday, the NASDAQ still lost four and a quarter percent this week. Wall Street gets a three day weekend like many of us. Next week's economic news includes how much further in debt Americans went minutes from the Federal Reserve's last rate meeting in June and Friday. The Labor Department's June jobs report, the unemployment rate likely unchanged at 3.6%. Jeff claypool, WTO news. For the WTO mystery newsmaker contest listen Saturday and Sunday mornings during the 8 a.m. hour, we'll play the voice of

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Don't Miss 'Life, Liberty & Levin' This Sunday

Mark Levin

00:52 sec | 9 hrs ago

Don't Miss 'Life, Liberty & Levin' This Sunday

"With a very interesting show on Fox on Sunday at life liberty and Levin 8 p.m. Eastern Time They've put together what they consider to be some of the best interviews with some of the most interesting individuals I had no say in this by the way So I think I want to check it out I do have a July 4th statement that I make Why wouldn't I But I hope you'll watch it enjoy it I didn't even remember some of these interviews but they were good When you think about it they've been on Fox now How long mister producer 5 and a half years something like that It's been that long Can you believe it Four and a half or 5 and a half I started in February you're like The Rain man on this stuff You can't remember

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Fresh "July" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 18 min ago

Fresh "July" from WTOP 24 Hour News

". If you want to be on the national mall for July 4th festivities, you'll need to go through access points where you will be screened. Yes, bags will be checked at those locations. U.S. park police sergeant Tom Twain says the access points, which open at 11 o'clock Monday morning will be on the west side of the memorial bridge, constitution avenue at 23rd street, and on 17th near the World War II memorial. We always have both a very sizable preparation phase, as well as an operation phase. There will be a lot of road closures all around the area, including parts of rock creek Parkway, constitution and independence avenues closures started 6 Monday morning. On the national mall, Nikki and Ellie TOP news. On the fourth lift will be providing over 2200 free rides to area residents who may have had a little too much to drink. Arlington now reports Amazon is donating $10,000 to the Washington regional alcohol program as part of its sober ride partnership with lift. From 4 o'clock Monday afternoon until four in the morning on Tuesday, you can enter a promotional

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Maybe 'Tolerance' Isn't All It's Cracked Up to Be

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:24 min | 11 hrs ago

Maybe 'Tolerance' Isn't All It's Cracked Up to Be

"What's interesting is that we have been told that tolerance is this amazing virtue. Now you shouldn't tolerate things that are untrue that are bad for children. That are bad for your country. That are immoral or evil. You shouldn't. And the greatest generation knew that, they had no tolerance for that nonsense. We've been told that tolerance is what makes us strong. Actually, it doesn't. Tolerance of the wrong thing can destroy you. Sandy writes us no, I'm not proud of America right now. In fact, I'm embarrassed to fray worried and disappointed all the politicians who let this decline socially and economically. We need a maga great reset quickly. Carol, I'm discussing what's being done to a great America, our great America. Man, that's why I agree. The immoral citizens government, let me just stop. This is what makes me so angry. Is how much I love the country and how hard this is to see. And don't get me wrong, I'm going to sell celebrate July 4th largely celebrating the founding fathers in the sacrifices of generations prior. I'm not going to celebrate much that's happening right now. Well, we got fat, happy apathetic, lazy, not all of us. I know many of you worked hard and many of you do amazing stuff and you worked for the reversal of roe. We're going to talk that in a second. That's a great victory in the midst of all this, but that's a lagging indicator, not a current or a leading indicator. But it's because we love the country so much. I think that we're so irritated.

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Fresh update on "july" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 29 min ago

Fresh update on "july" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Small business. I'm Stacy Lennon, Washington they're traveling in droves by planes, trains, and automobiles. I'm Jim crystal all along I 40 and colfax North Carolina, the great 4th of July getaway is underway. Oh man, it's been really hectic. It's a little heavy in areas. Not as bad as I've seen in the past. Kathy proxmire is heading to the mountains of western North Carolina. A lot of traffic out there right now, but everybody's getting through pretty quickly. Triple-A says more than 40 million Americans will hit the road this long holiday weekend despite high gas prices. And they say, if you haven't left yet, maybe leave now. You should be okay if you bolt any time before noon today. If you really want to make sure you're not going to hit traffic and can take just a quickie trip, you can leave tomorrow. And despite weeks of airline cancellations and delays, some still opted to fly. As it was a short trip and the drive would have been just way too long. So will mother nature be playing nice this holiday

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Trial for WNBA star Brittney Griner opens in Russian court

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 15 hrs ago

Trial for WNBA star Brittney Griner opens in Russian court

"To witnesses were heard at the start of the trial in Russia of WNBA star Britney griner griner has been held for four months accused of possessing cannabis oil while returning to play for a Russian team The witnesses were an airport customs official and an unidentified witness Alexander boycott is her attorney I could only prove that we had two witnesses that with the customs And we expect the next hearing on 7th of July That's it Griner could face up to ten years in prison Dmitri paskov a spokesman for Russian president Vladimir Putin says I can only operate with facts and the facts say the famous athlete was detained with banned substances containing narcotic compounds Elizabeth rood is deputy chief of the U.S. mission in Russia The Russian Federation has wrongfully detained miss Reiner Wrongful detention is unacceptable wherever it occurs Roode says the U.S. is working at the highest levels to get griner and other detained Americans safely home I'm Ed

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Fresh update on "july" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:01 min | 32 min ago

Fresh update on "july" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Friday rally kicks off the month of July for the markets, the Dow, the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ all gained about 1% yesterday. Still for the week, the S&P 500 Index lost two and a quarter percent. Short trading week next week with Monday off for the holiday, economic reports coming in the week ahead include the June jobs report, minutes from the fed's last rate meeting, factory orders, and the trade balance will also be a report on consumer credit. Jeff cable, WTO news. Coming up on WTO after traffic and weather, despite historically high gas prices, holiday travel is expected to be around pre-pandemic levels this weekend. It's 5 56. I like father men to understand that prostate cancer is something that can be treated. Probiotic surgery is an excellent way to go, and I recommend it at GW hospital. It's not a day that goes 5 when I am not grateful, and realize how blessed I am to be able to have a successful cancer procedure. We got throw, came out the other side. Physicians are not employees or agents of this hospital. For the WTO mystery newsmaker contest listens Saturday and Sunday mornings during the 8 o'clock hour. That's when we play the voice of someone you've heard in the news over the past week on WTO. Be the first caller at 855-885-1035 to correctly identify the mystery newsmaker and win a $150 dining card to fogo

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Caller: Where Is the Support for Those Who Want to Come Legally?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:34 sec | 17 hrs ago

Caller: Where Is the Support for Those Who Want to Come Legally?

"Hey, hi, I just wanted to say, I came to this country legally 48 years ago. And you know, I love this country, ready to celebrate July 4th. However, my needs in India has been in waiting list for 14 years legally to get here. And we have a border that is wide open. Where is justice in this? People who want to come here legally are still waiting in line for 15, 16 years, and everybody else can just hop in and get all these debit cards and free living and free housing and everything else is not right.

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Fresh update on "july" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 43 min ago

Fresh update on "july" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"A busy travel weekend, more than 40 million Americans are driving, taking a trip for the 4th of July, despite historically high gas prices. Montgomery county leaders are trying to figure out how it happened. A teenager charged with attempted murder in the shooting of a police cruiser was released from jail by mistake, and the postal service says 6 mail carriers were robbed over a two day period in this area. All the carriers were held up at gunpoint in D.C. and Maryland, stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes. While many people enjoy eating burgers over the July 4th weekend, some in D.C. decided they would try to eat as many as possible. Kicking off July 4th

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All eyes on airlines as July Fourth holiday weekend nears

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 1 d ago

All eyes on airlines as July Fourth holiday weekend nears

"If you're flying this holiday weekend be prepared for crowded airports full planes and higher than normal chances that your flight will be delayed or even canceled I'm Ben Thomas with a look Airlines have stumbled badly over the last two holiday weekends and the number of Americans flying over July 4th is expected to set records for the pandemic era In fact things are almost back to pre-pandemic levels since last Saturday nearly 2.3 million people per day have gone through airport checkpoints down just 8% from 2019 The problems are already popping up with high numbers of cancellations this week some caused by heavy thunderstorms tracking service flight aware says American Airlines canceled 8% of its flights on Tuesday and Wednesday while united scrubbed 4% as to the highways gas prices have eased below $5 per gallon nationally but they're still high in government data suggests Americans are driving a bit less with demand for gas down about 3% I'm Ben Thomas

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Deshaun Watson hearing over: What’s next, what we are hearing and decision timeline

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 1 d ago

Deshaun Watson hearing over: What’s next, what we are hearing and decision timeline

"Deshaun Watson's disciplinary hearing ended on Thursday with post hearing briefs do the week of July 11th Two people with knowledge of the case say the NFL is adamant about an indefinite suspension of at least one year for the browns quarterback who was accused of sexual misconduct by 24 women Watson has settled 20 of the civil lawsuits a person familiar with Watson's defense told the AP they expect a suspension but hope he'll be back under center sometime this year The browns are hoping to learn Watson's availability before

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Gavin Newsom Further Stirs 2024 Speculation With Florida Ad Buy

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:03 min | 3 d ago

Gavin Newsom Further Stirs 2024 Speculation With Florida Ad Buy

"Story after story is starting to trial balloon, Gavin Newsom. You type in Gavin Newsom and his Google alerts, Gavin Newsom further steers 2024 speculation with Florida ad buy. Gavin Newsom run ads in Florida. Newsom for governor California of 2022 has placed ad spending on Fox News in Florida cable zones for July 4th. He purchased a $100,000 of cable TV ads that will run on Fox News in Florida. We're not sure what the content of the ads actually will be. They say, stay tuned. Meanwhile, Gavin Newsom is on truth social he said before he has sub zero interest in running for president, which is a lie. And then reportedly air states air ads in a state 2700 miles away from his own. So Gavin Newsom obviously is being pushed by that entire group of California leaders to try to run for president in 2024.

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Why Did Cassidy Hutchinson Testify Today at Jan. 6 Hearing?

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 3 d ago

Why Did Cassidy Hutchinson Testify Today at Jan. 6 Hearing?

"What is truth An individual testified today Cass hutchison And she's testified many times before this committee in secret But its last time they wanted her to go public Her testimony has become more aggressive The answer is to become more aggressive because her prior attorney was associated with the Trump people and her current attorneys associated with former attorney general Jeff Sessions so there's no connection there I don't know what that means When you give testimony it doesn't matter who your lawyer is He give testimony under oath Under penalty of perjury whether it's in the back rooms of the January 6th committee or whether it's in a public hearing So that doesn't make sense to me Why all of a sudden this emergency we've got to listen to her and then they say well her life has been threatened That's possible but how does that affect getting her testimony out immediately And not waiting till July or not having it earlier All of a sudden we have new evidence From an individual who apparently witnessed and heard everything Trump Pence Meadows White House lawyers Republican members of Congress

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Is the GOP Winning Voters? Or Is the Left Just Losing Them?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:37 min | 3 d ago

Is the GOP Winning Voters? Or Is the Left Just Losing Them?

"You see, we talked yesterday about the 1 million voters switching to the Republican Party in a warning sign for Democrats. But I do not believe this is because of the brilliance of the Republican Party. I believe this is because of how terrible the left is. Now, the left is terrible for the time being. I've actually think we're going to have a generation of Democrats digging a deeper and deeper hole. Of policies and ideas and a worldview that is deeply unpopular because it runs against nature. You see, we're going to celebrate July 4th coming up actually on Friday. We're going to do our July 4th show in anticipation of July 4th next week because we're taking off an Independence Day. And when we do our July 4th show on Friday as we talk about the Continental Congress and we talk about what exactly was being debated when the declaration was being written, primarily by Thomas Jefferson, there's this beautiful line about the laws of nature and nature's God. We talk about that a lot on this program. So nature comes from the Latin word, which means birth comes out of the earth. Things that do not change. You see, inherent in being a conservative is you believe there is a certain natural law. You believe there's laws of economics, you believe that there's laws of thermodynamics. There's laws of physics. There's laws of politics and there's laws of nature. And so a conservative generally recognizes that men can not become pregnant. Generally recognizes that life is sacred. And so you kind of live within the framework of what we would call reality.

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Jan. 6 panel calls surprise hearing to present new evidence

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 d ago

Jan. 6 panel calls surprise hearing to present new evidence

"The house panel investigating the capitol riot will hold a surprise hearing tomorrow after saying it would not meet again until next month That raises expectations of new bombshells with the committee saying it wants to present recently obtained evidence The panel received new footage of Donald Trump and his inner circle from a British filmmaker taken before and after the riot It's unclear if that footage is tomorrow subject in a panel spokesman would not comment on the hearing substance There have been 5 hearings so far at least two more were planned for July with panel members saying they'd focus on domestic extremists who breached the capitol and what Trump was doing at the time Sagar Meghani Washington

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Jan. 6 panel calls surprise hearing for Tuesday

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 d ago

Jan. 6 panel calls surprise hearing for Tuesday

"The house January 6th committee has called a surprise hearing The last hearing was Thursday The committee stands adjourned And with Congress on a two week recess Benny Thompson's panel was not due to hold another until next month but the committee will now meet tomorrow to present what it calls recently obtained evidence a panel spokesman won't say with the hearings about The topic of the July hearings was to be the domestic extremist who breached the capitol and what then president Trump was doing as the violence unfolded Sagar Meghani Washington

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Mark Fleischman Plans to Die by Assisted Suicide

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:55 min | 4 d ago

Mark Fleischman Plans to Die by Assisted Suicide

"I thought a lot about mock fleischman the other day because he's going to die soon. He's 80 years old. Actually he's going to die on July 13th. In Germany, but his wife of 27 years by his side. Some years after he stepped away from the insanity of owning nightclubs and restaurants, fleischmann understandably stepped away from the limelight that was the majority of his life. The last time I saw him was a little over two years ago. He invited me to a party that was throwing for the launch of his Studio 54 book. Is that some small joint in Beverly Hills? And the crowd was a mix of The Old Guard and the new. There was some New York City journalist dad too, namely my former nemesis at page 6, Richard Johnson. Fleischmann writing a book about Studio 54 was a good enough reason to get Johnson on a plane and out in LA to hang out. I said, the old man looks good. He said he sure does. Must been that good cocaine in the 80s and we both left. So smart fleshman came by and we posed for a picture. I wish I still have it somewhere. I got to find it. But he thanked both of us for helping keep the club and him and the column for years. It was a nice affair all in all, but I could tell this was one last gasp tomorrow. Like I said, I was closing in on 80. And so here we are. A couple three weeks away from July 13th. The day the music died from on fleischmann. And that's because several years ago, he became afflicted with a mysterious illness that would make him extremely dizzy at times. To his legs, sometimes flat out failing right beneath him. And over time, that illness could not be diagnosed by doctors and became worse and worse and more frightening by the day. As it is now Mark doesn't have any balance. He drops things and doesn't know where his body is in space. There was a time where a doctor is the very best doctor, by the way. Originally thought he had a form of Parkinson's, but it isn't that. Nobody knows what this is. He's suffering from. Once he heard that Mark knew what he had to do. One time he swallowed a bunch of Xanax, but doctors brought him back before he could overdose. When he was going to go buy a gun, his wife, Mimi, intercepted, and they had a long talk. Mark convinced her that he'd had a great life that he loves and now more than anything, but now what this mystery illness running his life, he said, it's time for me to say goodbye. Eventually, with his wife's support, they contacted a Swiss nonprofit group poll after multiple tests and psychiatric evaluations, it was obvious to see that Mark fleischman, a man who pumped so much life into New York City was now a candidate for assisted

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The Latest Features From Truth Social With CEO Devin Nunes

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:56 min | 6 d ago

The Latest Features From Truth Social With CEO Devin Nunes

"We're back with Devin Nunes. He is the CEO of the Trump media and tech group responsible for truth social. Before you came on, we were chatting, I just want to say thank you. I'm nowhere close to your 733,000 followers. Follow him at Devin Nunes, but my account, my modest little account, almost a quarter of a million followers already, but I can't keep up with what's happening every day. It's two, three, 4000 followers. Tell us about what's happening on the site, what we should expect in the future. When is it going to go to other platforms, messaging systems, so much is happening it's so exciting. Yeah, it really is. And right now, we're basically just a feed where we don't use an algorithm. So if you follow more, if you're like me, you follow, I think I fell about 500 people. You can't hardly keep up with the feed, right? So it's a bit of a challenge. So if you post in the morning and I don't check it till the evening, I don't know what you really said that day unless I go to your page. So what we're working on is a feature that will allow for you to easily access folks that you interact with. And so that's a feature that we're coming out with, along with notifications. And we're hopeful it's going to be out by the 4th of July. We're pushing hard. We got our whole team working here on it to try to get it done, but it essentially gives you two features that will be good to go and see and view content. So that's the big feature that's coming up. Obviously, people ask about the Android app, we are working around the clock on that also. And we're hopeful I don't want to give a date on that, but we're pushing it as fast as you can. But I should say that even if you have an Android, you can go to true social dot com and you can bookmark it. So you can get it on your phone. It's not as simple as going to the Google Play Store, but you can sign up, get your account and interact with Sebastian gorka.

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Make Sure You Pre-Order 'We'll Be Back: The Fall and Rise of America'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:11 min | Last week

Make Sure You Pre-Order 'We'll Be Back: The Fall and Rise of America'

"I am also a senior columnist of town hall you might want to check out my new column Is John cornyn on drugs Because I hope he's on drugs because that's the best possible explanation for the insanity of his gun sellout And I'm also the author of will be back The fallen rise of America a book about where we are how we got here what pitfalls we face is are we just going to fade away like Japan where everybody's going to get old and live with their cats and have no kids Are we going to have a national divorce Are we going to have a Civil War I look at that I leverage my military experience including my time at the army war college I was at the U.S. Army war college which is the Chico state of war colleges It's a party war college but I leverage that And Dan bongino has blurbed the book A great Dan bongino actually says this is a good book You're going to like it go get it Are you going to disappoint Dan Are you going to break Dan's heart Pre order We'll be back the phone rise of America comes out July 12th and you can get it on Amazon or Barnes and noble where all the other book places

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Vatican releases pope's Canada itinerary in sign trip is on

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Vatican releases pope's Canada itinerary in sign trip is on

"The Vatican has released the Pope's Canada itinerary In a sign the trips on The publication of the program for the July 24 to 30 visit to Canada indicates France intends to go ahead with a trip despite knee problems that it forced him to cancel a similarly difficult visit to Africa Francis is due to visit Canada to apologize to indigenous people for abuses at Catholic run residential schools the 85 year old Pope has been using a wheelchair for some time because of strained ligaments in his right knee that have caused difficulties the itinerary was delayed for nearly two weeks and his publication doesn't mean the trip is 100% confirmed I'm Charles De

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Ginni Thomas responds to 1/6 panel, hearings stretch to July

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Ginni Thomas responds to 1/6 panel, hearings stretch to July

"The select committee investigating the capitol riot plans to continue its public hearings into next month Members of the committee investigating the riot by backers of former president Donald Trump planned for additional hearings in July committee chair Mississippi's Benny Thompson says a lot of information has been coming in including new documentary film footage of Trump's final months in office The panel is also working on an interview with Virginia Ginnie Thomas a longtime conservative activist Mary the Supreme Court Justice clarence Thomas She's been asked to talk about her communications with Trump's team ahead of and during the day of the insurrection This month's final hearing is expected to highlight testimony from former Justice Department officials about Trump's proposals to reject the election results Tim McGuire Washington

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Chris Coons Wants to Rush Through Gun Reform Legislation

Mark Levin

01:03 min | Last week

Chris Coons Wants to Rush Through Gun Reform Legislation

"And even leftists in the Democrat party are portrayed as moderates like this guy Chris Coons You just heard what took place And you all day Now here's how the morning schmo show focuses their program cut for a go How close are we to closing a deal on gun reform Very very close I was hopeful we'd have final legislative text last night I've just been communicating with the core group of senators who are waiting for legislative counsel to deliver this final text their optimistic It'll be locked in today I think the Senate needs to take this up and vote on it this week to make sure that the upcoming 4th of July recess doesn't lead to a loss of focus and dedication Focus and dedication on what since we are the subjects of this litigation if this legislation ladies and gentlemen shouldn't we know it's in it before they vote on it

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Officer Brandon Tatum Joins Charlie to Discuss Juneteenth

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:37 min | Last week

Officer Brandon Tatum Joins Charlie to Discuss Juneteenth

"Radio network family. I've known him for a while. We've done college campus stops together and he's a terrific American and now Salem has two. People in their lineup in the great state of Arizona and their national lineup. And that is Brandon Tatum, who's a great American and a great patriot brand and welcome to the program. How are you doing Charlie? Can you hear me? I can, yes. How are you doing? Perfect, perfect. Thanks for having me on. So Brandon, Juneteenth, what should we make of this? Is it worthy of a federal holiday? What's going on here? Well, my opinion is this, you know, it depends on how people are perceiving Juneteenth, right? And I see where people are coming from when they say, we want to celebrate a day in which every American was free, including the slaves. If they want to isolate it and understand it's a different event from 1776, when everybody was free, allegedly, then I'm okay with that. The problem with Juneteenth in the United States of America today is that they want to make this the new 4th of July. They want them to 1776 as if our freedom didn't start. It wasn't originated in 1776. So I'm totally fine with people wanting to celebrate it if they can understand that there's two different events there and they do not have to conflict with each other. But once you go beyond that and you start polarizing people and want to make it the real true Independence Day, that's when I have a tremendous problem. Yeah, and let's not be naive. It's

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"july" Discussed on Revolutions

Revolutions

05:07 min | 9 months ago

"july" Discussed on Revolutions

"Gunners had mounted their guns on automobiles and fanned out across the city to get other military units to join them as some of those units joined up and other state out of it but almost nobody said we are going to oppose you by late afternoon. Tens of thousands of armed protesters were out in force including civilian workers. Streetfighting led to general violent chaos as groups opposing. The demonstrators now came out to fight and one bolshevik described the scene black. Hundreds hooligans provocateurs anarchists and desperate people introduced a large amount of chaos and absurdity to the demonstration inside the tory palace. The executive committee of the soviet met in panicked emergency session as a large armed crowd approached and then surrounded the building but even as this crowd shouted for the leaders of the soviet to take power or else the leaders of the soviet did not comply and herron lies the rub of the july days to the extent that there was a plan it was simply to mass a huge angry crowd of armed demonstrators shouting. Basically take power or else and when the leader of the soviet did not comply the demonstrators. Didn't really have a clear idea of what to do about the or else part. They seem to have simply taken it for granted that the soviet would buckle under pressure. They didn't have a clear plan for who to arrest what to take. Charge of who to elevate to replace the ousted leaders or any of that normal kudos pasta so when the leaders of the soviet were not in fact intimidated into simply capitulating and overthrowing the government. The crowd out front simply melted. Away as darkness fell but that was not the end of it. It is after all the july days not the july day the machine gunners had made contact with the kronstadt sailors who agreed to turn out as reinforcements on the morning of july fourth meanwhile the bolshevik leaders belatedly decided to endorse. The armed demonstrations calculating now. They couldn't stop was happening and they didn't join it. They would lose all their credibility with the people they purported to lead early. In the morning they sent somebody to fetch lennon from finland and get him back to petrograd and then they had to grapple with the physical symbol of their previous hesitations. The morning edition of pravda was all set to go to the printer with a column front and center written by zinoviev and kamya neff urging restraint because that had been the party line like six hours earlier they needed now to pull that editorial but did not have time to reset the layout to account for the sudden editorial one eighty so they simply remove the offending paragraphs.

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"july" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"july" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

"The house now makes so much sense that you feel that way and if you do have flexibility to sort of be like you're when your body's righty well why don't we wait for your ready. Theon you let me know sort of thing. More we lean in the more they can mean out when we tried to like Talked about their feelings. Or resist resisted. they feel alone in Isolated feeling mike again. I just push it away. What is the big deal. Just going to the grocery store right and so really leaning and make such a big difference for kids and i would argue shortens the like intensity and duration of the anxious state of question You know the way the algorithms work now when you search anything up like you know how how effective the vaccine is or if the vaccine can hurt you or your children. It feels like every site will feed you more of those articles. That may not be you know the overall it may be a very small statistic. But you're going to see it all the time in your face. You know the every article that somebody who got the vaccine now you know has some sort of complication will be popping up in your feed. My question is to give advice on how to manage that. I mean not technically speaking but on the internet side but how to like opt out of that and to find real information or something that can soothe your anxiety is an overall a place to go to calm yourself. That's what makes everything feels so suffocating. It's like everywhere you go. That's the topic. That's what's posted everywhere. I think it's good to talk about it. And you know weed out what to do and what not to do. And i think it's probably a lot of the misinformation is also probably why people aren't getting the vaccine and this is becoming such a much bigger problem so what's the to feel to feel not. So what how. When you're looking at something how do you not feel immediate anxiety. Wave over you yet. So i started two answers to that..

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"july" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"july" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin

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"july" Discussed on Stitch Please

Stitch Please

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"july" Discussed on Stitch Please

"Caroline katie kate. Michelle nikki preston. Cc julia lee. Emily e. j. elizabeth veronica maureen and calvin and emily. Thank you all so much for your support. We really appreciate it. We now have eighty more to go before september fifteenth. Twenty twenty one off to such a strong start. Thank you so much. You're listening to this dish. Please podcast and we're talking today about christmas in july. A chance to think about the december holidays.

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"july" Discussed on Stitch Please

Stitch Please

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"july" Discussed on Stitch Please

"And then i started thinking well. Maybe christmas in july becomes a thing because like literally away from back in the day. I don't know if they do that. Still where people will actually go. Yeah they could find things but then some people like to shop in july because what they do is Able by things that was like some of the spring stuff or like some big fans stuff. That was leftover from winter. And now got a really really cheap right up. People like to not only shop but they'll shop and put stuff up and habit like statutes act on shelves rail that and when it comes into december by the time they get to december they have bought the major gifts for family and friends and stuff like that look did not early. No unless it was something that you guys wanted. And i wanted to go get i could get it and put it somewhere but you always so nosy until you couldn't hide anything in the house. The folks house is a was stuff that you bought in july. And they'll keep it to christmas. We were discover. Yeah you all you all did go into everything that we nothing was he who go and look for it and if i came home with packages or something like that. Oh i know. There's no way bringing packages in no. I never could hide anything like that. Even when i shopped for you all elena during the holiday season. I had somewhere that i would take the things. Did you catch it. Did you hear when she said at have to take it somewhere. She said somewhere. And i was one hundred percent sure..

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"july" Discussed on Stitch Please

Stitch Please

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"july" Discussed on Stitch Please

"July and why i love watching the christmas in july movies one of the things that i love about the holiday movies just in general at holiday time is their predictable nature even though they are super cheesy. There are only about five or six different story lines. That are going to play out. But i appreciate that. You always know you're gonna get a happy and satisfying ending that it's going to have a nice wrap up to this story and that there's gonna be some joyfulness and lightness in the movie. I think there's always so much happening in the world that we can find something that is not joyful light at every. Turn until. I like just having a little dose of Almost like a piece of candy and sweetness there. I love watching them again in july. Because it's just the little meteor dose of from that goodness in light where everybody kinda love each other a little bit more and considers each other a bit more. I don't always think about sewing for christmas in july. But one thing that i did appreciate as i was just thinking about christmas in july. When lisa asked me to participate and talk about my love of the luby's one of the things that came to mind is after watching that christmas in july movie. While i don't normally so christmas things in july it does put me in a bit of a whimsical mood and just a little lighter and more joyful which works out because my birthday is in august. And so as i'm thinking about it always puts me in a good mood of thinking of joyful and light things for bringing into my birthday celebration month and how i want to do that and that often does involve a sewing project. And so when. I think of some of the sewing project that i have done for my birthday over the last several years they have been more light. Enjoy full things than what i would normally so at other times or i won't say more than other times but at least i can see that i get a little bit more creative during that time..

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"july" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"july" Discussed on 600 WREC

"July. 10th 1972 actress Sofia Vergara is born in Colombia. She came to the U. S in the mid nineties and has appeared in roughly two dozen films in addition to her signature role as Gloria on modern family, If, and that's the week in Hollywood history on I Heart Radio. My heart radio goes one on one with Billy Joe from Green Day talking about how he feels. Rock shows are theatrical. I was watching Ziggy Stardust and the spiders from Mars the film the other day, the way that Bowie just was like he's so theatrical. I think that's what rock music is. Rock is theater, you know, and now it's literally becoming even more like that. Keep listening to I heart radio for more from your favorite artists. I. Heart radio goes one on one with the edge and Bono from u two reflecting on moments that drove home their musical accomplishments. There's a few tours where I've actually had to stop in the middle of a show literally standing on stage with a crowd of 60,000 people just to take it all in and go, man. I'm not only One of the luckiest people alive on planet Earth. Right now, I am one of the luckiest people that's ever lived to be in the stands to be on the stage and to be in front of a YouTube crowd playing army up. Keep listening to I heart radio for more of your favorite artists. I heart radio goes one on one with Jason Aldean to ask if he enjoys touring. Anybody that's followed my career over the years knows that touring has always been a big focus for us and and sort of go out and Have that many people buy a ticket to come see your show. I mean, that's it's good, You know, that's that's my favorite part of this business is getting out on the road and playing shows and doing all that stuff. So as if that's going good. I know everything else is going well and It's been fun, and it's cool to think you know that many people actually care enough to see us to go buy a ticket to come see your show..

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"july" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

ABA Inside Track

14:26 min | 1 year ago

"july" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

"Hey everybody welcome to aba inside. Track the podcast. That's like reading in your car but safer and welcome to our july twenty. Twenty one preview episode. Uh can summer no wearing a sweater sweaters to win..

"july" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"july" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"July edition of Joan Hamburg Show and My pal, My Radio Cohort Radio husband, a man I've known for years and years and one of the best foodies. In the country is the one and only onto Schwartz, the food maven Arthur does and NPR show on Robin Hood radio, and he is probably one of the most knowledgeable people. I know when it comes to anything to do with food, and I always love to check in with him and find out what's going on in the Arthur world, and there's always something Welcome to you are the shorts. You thank you. Well, I have to say. Not that much is going on right now because it's too hot to cook, but it's true. It is, But you know, like every you it gets too hot to cook, so I do have a whole repertoire. Of the reason. You know, Joan, I keep up with things mainly because I cook every day. Um, I'm out in the stores. I love to food shop. I say. I like to shop. Anything I don't have to try on. So that includes food. And, um, Speaking of which I lost over £50. I cannot believe that's a lot of weight to lose. Yeah, I've loved I've lost over £50. You know what you did on your covid lockdown? That's what I did. I went on What they call the Keto diet, and I think I'm quite expert at this right now, having done it for like 10 months. Um and and that I cook every day and that I want to eat Well, even though I am not eating pasta, potatoes, rice bread. Nothing with sugar except fruit. And my even my endocrinologist said, are you could you could you could increase your carbs a little. So I've added some summer fruit to my diet, But you know, that's a good thing right now. It's not so hard to stay on Keto because you know what One thing that you really can eat all you want of sour creep his and when the weather got like this, I grew up in a house where her mother did not. My mother was a very good cook, but she didn't like to cook. So as soon as she had an excuse not to cook. We were eating sour cream and Now I got Bob Harnett, who didn't grow up with this to eat sour cream and cottage cheese mixed my mother. I grew up with that you didn't you and also we went in the days when we were eating pasta noodles with cottage cheese was one of my favorite things and potatoes. Oil protect my mother would she would boil two potatoes, Smile for my father and me, but she would eat strawberries and sour cream, bananas and sour cream, or she would cut up all kinds of fruit. And mix it with sour cream. And the other day I got inspired because I bought these unbelievably and it is unbelievable sweet cucumbers it made. It reminded me that cucumbers are related to watermelon and another melons. These cucumbers actually had a sweet edge to them. They were the English style. Yeah. Yeah, but I didn't buy them in the supermarket. I bought them at the green market at the farmers market. It's interesting. I'm anti farmers market lately because I find the prices, you know, users. There's no reason that I have to pay double the price of a tomato at the farmers market when they're selling me directly from the farm. I mean, there's no middleman to make money and the tomatoes aren't even is good. But I did go the other day because I needed to walk and I found these cucumbers. So I chopped up cucumbers, a dice them. Diced radishes, which are, you know, everywhere now, um, scallions and sour cream and I've had if I had a tomato, I would have thrown that in. I don't know if you remember this, but 1000 years ago when they were dairy, you know, kosher Jewish dairy restaurants in New York. Um, they would called it they would sell this dish and they would call it farmers caviar, which is actually a good name for because I must say it's very, very special and I It's not only on my Keto diet. But I don't have to cook. So while you're describing that I'm suddenly being taken back. Do you remember a cold soup called shop? Of course I remember. It was still making used to love that when I was a kid. Well, you were in an unusual child, because that is not taste that most Children like. Plus, it's this monkey color green. So you first you had to get beyond the color of it, but I loved it when I was a kid, and I still make it from time to time when I can find what's its base. Now we have few polar. It had green sorrow, sorrow. It's the herb sorrow. And I don't know why my grandmother had this In those days you were able to buy Big, well grown not little baby Bunches of herbs but really big, like lettuce, Bunches of sorrow. I remember her coming home with with Brown paper grocery bags full of this because, of course, it's like spinach. You cook it and it goes down to nothing. So it's very easy to has nothing to do at all except washing all those greens. So I just this last Saturday. You know, I'm going to see what happens this Saturday, There was a farmer at the Greenmarket who was selling big Bunches of sorrow and it's not. As I said, It's the It's sort of tough sorrow. I mean, it's it's big sorrow. So you have to wash his very thoroughly because it's really dirty and the way to do that is stick it in a big big pot and cover it with cold water, swish it around a little bit. Use your finger like a forklift to get the sorrow or if it's spinach. It's the same thing off the surface and you're going to see there's a huge amount of sand at the bottom. So you pump out the water. You do this at least three times I find necessary and then You put in the case of making shop, You just put the sorrow in a pot of water and bring it to a boil. And as soon as the sorrow is tender, which takes almost no time you've got shop. You can chop I usually like to chop up. The sorrow first and then put it in the water now to season it besides salt and pepper, which really diehard shop lovers will like just the sorrow but some pepper, But not for me, Um, I you can When it's heart, you can beat an egg to enrich the broth. And then when it gets cool, you can beat in sour cream, and I'd like also with chopped vegetables, like chopped the scallions, chopped radishes. If you want to put a big there, that's a good thing and then another dollop of sour cream. But you have to like sorrow. It's sour. In fact, in English, we usually call it sour grass. But its sorrow anyway, it's hard to find the kind of Bunches you need to make sorrow that said Manisha. It makes a pretty good shab comes in a jar. Uh, you drink it chilled and then I would just add some sour cream, And as I said, maybe a boiled potato when it could be skill. I'm going to try that. You know the other states Joan, not there and not to everybody's taste..

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"july" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"july" Discussed on WGN Radio

"July, Uh, my former history teacher from high school at Good Old ST Pat's High School, now a professor of history at the You never Luiss University in Romeoville, Illinois. John Brother John via Taurus. Thank you for joining me, Brother John. Um, you've already passed on some very in for information that July, 2nd may may well have been More appropriate for us to celebrate our nation's birthday today. July 4th, Um, what I wanted to talk about now. Earlier in the show, we talked about Paul Revere's ride, and it's this famous moment in history where Paul Revere jumped on his horse in the middle of the night. Calls out. The Minutemen looks up to the North Church in Boston and says one, if by Land two if by sea with the the lanterns and basically spread the word that of course, the British are coming. The British are coming. My first question is, Did he ever say that? Probably not, Uh, if he Here's here's why, Um, the American colonists saw themselves as being British subjects. Oh, right. The British are coming would not have been a would not clearly communicate. But in fact what's happening? He may have said if he first I don't know if he shouted very loudly because there were British in the area, but he may have said the regulars are coming. Or perhaps the red coats are coming, right? I don't I don't. He didn't say the British are coming that that would not have been clear to columnist at that time. How funny. Yeah, And so, as I said, when I went to Paul Revere's house on the Freedom Trail in Boston, I was they had a lot of information about the famous right. Of course, they had the poem posted there. But then they also talked about some of the real events. And I was shocked to to learn for the first time that not only what was Paul Revere not the only writer, but there were two other writers. Yes, Yes, there were, um William dots. And a man by the name of, uh, Samuel Prescott. Um, and basically what happened? They were, uh, let me can I give a little explanation of a Boston? Yeah, sure. Okay. Boston to kind of a peninsula that sticks out and it's surrounded by water on three sites. Right on the on the East side. You have the Atlantic. The West side. You have the mouth of the Charles River. Um, so on the other side of the child's river, That's where Paul Revere and William Dogs were positioned. Um, here's they they have the signal from at the old North Church, because that was the highest elevation in Boston. And basically what they what happened. Is that the the governor of or the governor of, uh, Massachusetts General Thomas Cage. He received instructions from London, Uh to siege, American colonial weapons and gunpowder that an ammunition that was being startup and Concord, Concord is about note at most 20 miles from Boston. Um The spy system was very, very good for the American College. They're always watching the British soldiers. We've always had a good spy system, huh? Yeah, we have. We have had a pretty good spy system. What they didn't know is how would the British soldiers bit to conquer art? Um Would they cross the Charles River? Or would they go take a land route? And this should be the more southern route going, uh, around by land along what is called the Boston neck. What they're going to do both routes in northern Southern route, uh, will meet up together before they get to Lexington. And then eventually they go all the way to conquer hurt. Now Lexington is about 12.5 miles from Boston. Um so revere. Uh, yes. On one side of the Charles River, and I'm on the same side further south is yes, William Dodge. And what happens, of course, is that on the Belfry of the old North Church When they see the British leaving, they go by water, they crossed the Charles River. So the old saying one if by Land two if by sea true lanterns than are hung at the belfry of the old in our church, and that's when Paul Revere begins. His ride draws also rides and they meet together just before getting to Washington. They were supposed to worn Sam Adams and John Hancock at election too, and that they may be taken into custody by the British troops. Now some people think that that was intelligence that the columnist Scott that was false. Okay, but they did They were they were staying there, uh, in in the minister's home in Lexington, and they did warn the two of them that the British make may take them into custody. What happened? And Sam Adams was just having a beer at the time, right? Maybe he was brewing at the time you go. There you go. Oh, yeah, And so, but they were, but they weren't but they weren't kidnapped. Well, yes. Yeah, After after election to none outside, they start heading toward Concord. Uh, British forces did capture Paul Revere. So Paul revere that has taken back For questioning. What happened then to William dos is that he fell off of his horse and had to walk back to election tents. Now there was a third person who joined them. A young man by the name is Samuel Prescott, who was a physician. And Prescott was the one who made its election tonight. Oh, wow, to me made it to Concord, and he was the one who told him that the British are coming to confiscate shock piles of Wow. So it's actually so Actually, Dr Prescott was the one that actually got through Paul Revere. Even didn't even make it. No, he didn't make it to Concord. Now what's he didn't make it to Paco. Well, I'll tell you, you know, but Longfellow popularizes Paul Revere in the poem that he wrote in the mid 1800, right? Yeah, Unbelievable. And so here we are. We've learned this mostly most. I mean, look at these facts that you gave us today completely. For the most part, people do not know that whatever we know about was due to the poetic pen of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow more than the history books. It's really amazing when you When you look at that. Well, brother, John, I appreciate your time. I do have to run. But I just want to thank you. Not only for taking time today on July 4th, and I'm sure it's a history teacher. This is a fun day for you. But I really want to express to you that when I was a senior in high school, I took your history class. It was one of my favorites. You really made history come alive to me, and I always remember that class. I remember you and you really have helped influence me to go out and and learn about history and actually encounter it and see it in person. So I just want to say thank you so much. Thank you, Jim. And thanks for having me. Thank you. That's whether John via Taurus He's a history professor of history. At Lewis University here in Illinois in Romeoville, Illinois, and formerly my history teacher at ST Patrick's High School. I want to thank everybody don't forget right now. Up. Next is the Honda 200 the Indy Honda 200 from Lexington, Speaking of Lexington, Lexington, Ohio. Jim Toronto. Be building filling in for Dean Richards this morning, But I'm glad you listened. Anyway. Thanks to Brandon Rock, my producer. Sherwani and to Andy Maser and for you to have enjoy a great great Fourth of July. Are you ready robbers?.

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"july" Discussed on Core IM | Internal Medicine Podcast

Core IM | Internal Medicine Podcast

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"july" Discussed on Core IM | Internal Medicine Podcast

"Something. That made a really big difference. So i pretty much spent seventy five percent of that time feeling terrified that i would harm somebody and another ten percent of the time you know feeling Grateful that i had not harmed anybody and the rest of the fifteen percent. I think if i have the mouth right i pretty much was just trying to stay under the radar and not get in anybody's way and trying to prepare because when i'm scared As a medical student death would always worked for me or anybody wants scared. I just try to know more. I try to read more. I try to more and more for me was The one person on the teams are fellow. Well cost shobana just seemed always to have everything together and seems so confident all the time. I really admired her and likes to be next to her but didn't want her to ever get so close to me that she could see How you know. Maybe inadequate that i was so we jump right into the cau- We got a good sign out in and emission started coming in and she gave me great supervise instruction and i was really stared things. Mostly we're going okay and As our emissions quieted down. And we're shopping in We were sitting in the in the unit and it was like three o'clock in the morning and I remember so vividly because despite all the stuff that was happening in the unit and it was so calm. She's sitting there eating up a pomegranate. And i remember. She was like tapping the season to our hand and popping the season term. Auf and talking to me and she looks up at me and says you don't want a really good job kimberly. You know that. I'm enjoying working with you and you know again. My imposter syndrome said she likes you. You have good social skills. You're friendly you smile a lot. That's why she said you worked really hard. I like you take care of patients. I like the way you talk to your patients. But why do you apologize so much. And and i i said excuse me she's like you everything you say you say it and then you say sorry i ask you something you answer if i correct you you say sorry. You're here to learn. You're not supposed to know everything. And i don't know what it was about. Maybe was the pomegranate. Fibia was how the informal way she was sitting in the chair. But i felt psychologically safe. And i just told her i was terrified. I was so so good movie. I was so scared to hurt. Somebody just didn't want to hurt anybody. I didn't feel like i knew what i was doing But but she was right. I was a hard worker. And i did have a high regard for what i was doing enough to be honest about what i did knowing what i did it now but i felt like i was in over my head all the time and she started to reflect back to me what she'd seen. She said to know the patient. You talk to the nurses of patients when you come in you read you ask questions about the to the respiratory therapists. And then you're really. You're really moving in the right direction and you need to stop apologizing so much you deserve to be here and i said i don't know how to feel like like i know what i'm doing. And she said. I don't always feel like i know what i'm doing but what you gotta do is you gotta be alliance. Kimberly you've gotta be lying. Like a rut. She said the lion. You gotta stand up with your head forward and and and you just have to to to stand up on behalf of your patients as their spokesperson and be alliance. And she didn't really found a much more on that but then she kinda jumps up out of the chance to mess around your patient and it was three in the morning you puts down a pomegranate and we start walking around this intensive care unit at three. Am with ice game. And i'm presenting my patients and instead of asking me questions about you know what. What is this or acid base disturbance questions. She would tell me to stand up taller. She would talk to me about the kate and for my voice She was telling me to hold my paper differently. And we're just even she even show me how to see. I didn't know you know what. I i'm not sure about that. But here's what. I do know or to take time to think about what i did know. Because maybe it. And she didn't tell me any evidence based medicine or anything but what she taught me how to do was to see myself as enough in that setting and that i was there to learn and that was really truly okay. I'm from me to be scared. And if anything it was a way of honoring. My patients that i felt scared. She said i think you honoring your patients that you feel roughly You should always still a little bit afraid and you know so years later. You know when. I think about that I pay that forward a lot of told particularly women residents underrepresented minority resonant about you know. Sometimes you have to just show up and be a lion. When dr manning and i were talking here she spoke about how this fellow kind of stepped in her space and in a very short period of time did something. She called transformative for her career. The fellow could have gone to bed but she stayed up thirty more minutes and little to this fellow know the impact. It would leave on dr manning. And i can't help but be moved by her pep talk be a lion and that is what i tell myself even today. Eighteen years later on when you're from that even more twenty years from that as a faculty member when i'm asked to do something if i'm doing visiting professorship that little voice comes into me again and i tell myself i coached myself. I'm like be a lion in your own way. And the best part of the lyric is that it just says keep trying you know. It's not that you have to fake it. You can try though you can show up and try your best and that you know that moment. I think it's shaped the way i interact with learners who are new by enjoy loners who are new. Who are new in a new role. but it also is that we don't have to have figured out all the time. I kid you not but since recording this i have told myself be aligned. Just keep trying before every important meeting difficulty in the hospital. It's been so powerful. It's just one of the many things i've taken away from. Hearing these wide array of stories. I hope everyone listening can be a little bit more compassionate to each other a little bit more understanding to each other especially for those going through. These transitions maybe feel a little bit less alone in the struggle or or laugh at yourself. If you're white coat ends up a little bit in the toilet knowing that someone else might have gone through two. Thank you so much for listening and a very big. Thank you to all the people who told their stories. We will link their contact in the show notes. Please share this episode with colleagues as they're about to embark on a new transition and as stories role in this coming july. Send them our way. We would love to hear them. And if they're really good july stories we can maybe recorded on air for next july. Email us at hello at korean. Podcast dot com. And if you enjoy listening to our show give us a review on itunes or whatever podcast app you use. It really does help people find us. And let's continue the conversation over social media. What stories moved you. Which july stories could you really relate to tweet us or find us on instagram. That corallium podcasts or facebook at cory m. good luck everyone in july and let's continue the conversation take care..

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"july" Discussed on Giants Splash

Giants Splash

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"july" Discussed on Giants Splash

"I'm proud of the work. It's been tastic now. i can't let you go before. We talk about the fact that there is a local team. In the college world series ends a stanford grad. I definitely wanna that up. But i'm sure you guys all You know pay close attention to the college world series to What's the interest level. And and how do you see that. College world series especially with stanford in it levels like super hyrax. The drafts after the world series. In the past it's kind of been just a or to your guiding may have selected to make sure they walk out of healthy but now they're now that it's taking place prior to the draft. I think our interest levels at all time high continued to follow the laws. These guys but listen. Coach has a great job there. They're a team. It's really kinda stanford team. That's really it really kind of had a nice trajectory as the season's gone along. They have some really stellar pitching performances. Tear down the stretch from their weekend guys. Some time getting i think he's got advice from extras. Some some veteran players some experience on their belt and he's got a couple young guys out there on the field with some exciting tools that perform really rose Also so you know it's it's funny number one seed arkansas. They lost the nc state. They were the heavily having favored going in. So it just goes to tell you know you get three game series. Just never know what will happen but I think i think for the casual fan. Who turns on tv and watches the world series a lot. You're gonna see a lot of competitive baseball and you're gonna see really good arms. You can see a lot of no different than what they're seeing that the major league level I think it's gonna be really fun. It'll be really fun to watch for because the talent level in that world series is definitely. That's fantastic do you send somebody or because you know so. All televised do not need to have a presence there. But we also monitor. that's great. Well michael holmes. Thanks so much for joining us. Here on giant splash and very very. Good luck to you on july eleventh when the draft starts. We're looking forward to talking to you shortly. After that about all the exciting picks that the giants have made our thanks again to michael holmes for joining us on the giant slash. Podcast our producers today for g ellen johnson king kaufman and our music batter up was written and performed by lauren. Gold and rate ace luis. We will be back again next week. With more giant splash. Thanks so much for listening..

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"july" Discussed on Giants Splash

Giants Splash

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"july" Discussed on Giants Splash

"Hello and welcome to the giants slash. Podcast the san francisco chronicle podcast on the giants and major league baseball. I'm your host clerical. Giants beat writer seasons lesser today. Our guest is the giants director of amateur scouting. Michael holmes michael. I know you have been guests before on the splash. Since this is your heading into your third year As the giants director of amateur scouting. Thanks so much for joining us. This is such an exciting time of year for you obviously First of all before we even get into that you and i are talking just after the giants won perhaps their most exciting game of the season. Mike mike you skis grand slam in the eighth inning with two out to have a comeback from a seven run deficit and beat the diamondbacks. Just your thoughts on one of the most exciting winds for what turned out to be very very good giants team amazing finish great comeback. Not only just the excitement of the players. The staff but i mean susan's excited fans have fans and stands with a great at workable From for the team for the organization for the fans. It's fun to see the guys having fun out here and playing well and his staff or do a tremendous job so A fun night. Norcal hate wasn't there out. Still savage drought like a blast from for net. Can you tell us what what secret location you're at have your you at a tournament or you at a. Where are you looking right now. East coast secrets here. Now Listen you know with the way the pushed the date back to the amateur draft this year. it's a new dynamic force. You know we've always been you know. Used to entering the draft room right after conference tournaments here beginning of june. So just trying to navigate new calendar for us and your schedule as far as wind draft takes place. But one thing it's done this allowed us more opportunities to seek players to give the no players so our staff still been out seeing seeing players some events There's still some Different players throughout playing. We got the mlb combine starting next week. Which will be new orleans to draft side so We're we're kind of working our way through this new schedule with the draft being july but it has given us opportunity to get some more books to our guys are still working really hard. Yeah i was gonna ask you about five weeks now Plus this combine. Tell us a essentially. What your understanding of how. This combine will work. How many players will be there and and what you guys to get out of it. Well i think the combat become splits with some forces with some highschool portions in college for students is far as exactly clear. That'll be an attendance. We're still waiting for some confirmation on some but ultimately be given opportunities to do salons stuff of the medical portion and then obviously they'll be a chance to do some one on one interviews with certain players if need be so It's new for all on both sides. Were not the for for the clubs. Organizations cheaper like myself But we'll enter that next hoping to see what we can Can learn from it from the players. You know we get a chance to see your visit. Weather's and I think it's just something that they grow and continue to expand obviously the first year. I'm sure they'll be things that it will be want to change or do different moving forward but It'll be nice to have that we can just talk. Yeah it's really weird. Getting used to a july draft after you know years and years of everyone's saying june draft the june draft. That was. I mean that was really the the the whole thing but it makes sense coming off. You know really. Two years of shortened seasons obviously last year dramatically for the high school. Some some high schools didn't play at all last year and short college seasons and then this year To some extent also shorter seasons. With twenty rounds. What does that combined with. You know so many programs not playing full schedule certainly last year and to some extent this year. What does that mean in practical terms free of well first of all it means. It's better our standpoint. We're certainly excited that. We're at least Increasing around obviously you know. We'd like to take input as many players. We came into our system that we think can help. Organization last year was still unique. Susan i the college was the division ones they played for weeks and then we all came to a screeching halt Not just to the baseball world or drought the country. So we all kind of how that played out But you don't have to give our staff a of credit. We are guys myself a lot of people. We work so hard and summer and fall of two thousand nine hundred lou leading into that twenty twenty season. We really felt really good with where we were at. And i know that's weird to say seems crazy but we felt really good where we rat on on some of the evaluations. What we knew about the players. How well how good of a job done done. No now we have liked that season to continue of course You know were there guys. We didn't get a chance to go out and see in person and twenty twenty absolutely. There was a lot of places like you said. I've not played a high school. Kids never got a chance to play. And i needed for those kids. They lost their senior high school in that. That's such a vital time in their lives but You know our staff did a great job that summer. Paul we prepare. We still really good. Considering circumstances you know this year were excited. Then it's back. With more rounds. Were up to twenty rounds We have ignited sa- protocols Due to the pandemic different schools as far as you know how many styles could attend different types of regulations depending on conferences team schools. You know portions of the country so our guys are guys hung in there and this year they handled it really well We're excited about the twenty rounds. We're excited about this district class. We're excited about this group of guys you've got a chance to see. We're expecting another really strong dress. What did you from. Last year's obviously very short draft an and the inability scout to. What did you learn. Did you were there like things it like. Were you getting video from unusual places. Did you find kind of workarounds to be able to scout Last year that you can maybe apply at all this year. We did you know. I think what we learned is there's other. There's other avenues to kind of a bike way players that can complement the so called boots on the ground and we have with our staff. We're blessed blessed to have a stab. You know tremendous people but also tremendous waiters. So but we learned is there's waste this kind of supplement some of that evaluation aspect We do do a lot of video work you know. We obviously Every draft taken with some of these players from an analytical stare standpoint. I actually think one of the neatest things about last year strap that i think i'm most proud of is You know to time we were kind of the only thing going right. League season was was on shutdown. Majorly started yet. So we were able to incorporate some player elements some of our major league staff and really kinda collaborate a little bit and try to include some people. Hey take a look at this guy he. What are your thoughts on this guy. On the guys in development stepped up. They were more than willing to help out any way Gave his staff. They were more than willing to help out Take a sin different players scores so it was just kind of a neat thing.

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"july" Discussed on AP News

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03:11 min | 1 year ago

"july" Discussed on AP News

"July 4th. This morning's announcement comes even as the U. S. Is set to cross a grim milestone of 600,000 deaths from the coronavirus. President Biden worked out a breakthrough deal with the Europeans over how much each government can provide in subsidies for its big aircraft maker Boeing in the U. S and Airbus in the European Union. But what many people have their eye on is tomorrow's meeting in Geneva. Between President Biden and Vladimir Putin are soccer. Madani's got that and what President Biden saying about it won't necessarily trust what Putin sets. I'd verify first and then trust earlier, At an NBC News interview, Putin denied allegations that Moscow's conducted cyber attacks on the U. S and meddled in elections. No. Where is the evidence Because, whereas proof it's becoming farcical, the president says when they meet Wednesday in Geneva, he'll make clear there are Areas where the U. S and Russia can cooperate if Putin so chooses. If not, we're responding. Kind. SOCCER Megane Washington Dangerously hot temperatures today across the West It could hit 115 degrees in Las Vegas. This is a P news. Southern Baptists are meeting but there are questions. Here's our Walter Rat left Southern Baptist meet amid controversy over leaked letters, controversies over the handling of sex abuse cases and critical race theory are likely to dominate the Southern Baptist annual meeting this week. It comes amid an uproar over leaked letters from former top public policy official Russell Moore. He claims other leaders tried to slow walk efforts to address sexual abuse and intimidate those who pushed for change. He also says he was the victim of constant threats from white nationalists for his racial reconciliation work. The Southern Baptist Convention is the nation's largest Protestant denomination. It has been a powerful force in conservative politics for a generation. I'm Walter Ratliff. Health officials are announcing a one year ban on bringing in dogs for more than 100 countries where Rabies is still a problem. The ban takes effect on July 14th. The latest from the CDC. I'm Rita Foley. AP News I'm Rita Foley with an A P news minute. Millions of Americans are sweating in the heat that's blanketing the West. The National Weather Service is warning of temperatures so high it will be dangerous in places. It's going to be 115 in Las Vegas today. Weather services marks an art We're looking at record temperatures. Over a large portion of the country from California even into the Plains, and these well above normal temperatures continue straight into the weekends, he says. It's important to stay safe. The heat at this level can read can lead to heat related illness. Whether it's heat cramps, heat exhaustion, heat stroke. And so really, just asking people to us mainly stay indoors. If you can, especially air conditioned areas, Um And if you get if you are heading outside Drinkwater, President Biden's in Brussels, where the U. S and the European Union reached a deal this morning to end a dispute over subsidies to rival planemaker's Boeing and Airbus I'm Rita.

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"july" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"july" Discussed on Uncommon

"Yeah it'd be ready and wanted things one of the things You know Is if you look at if you look at large as generic term if you search google and over the last several months during covert our rank from i think found the six or seven page all the way to second page. Now roy the seo has has been growing floss so which is always very good. Yeah i love credit that so that's one thing you know that's one just one of the many many things with getting ready for news all by the time that travel comeback and whenever people search for luggage we always ranked number one. Yeah yeah that that to me makes a lotta sense. I would agree with the thing. We've been focused on developing new service. Lines the in. What was geared up to be opening up in. This thing is pretty. Well so yeah. I would. Hundred percent agree with. It's funny you mention that ranking thing. Because i had that recently. I search july a couple of months ago. When we blend this gift lawrence dud recently when i was in the research for your interview and i was like oh shit they ranking a now so when you type in the word july i dr. This is because i've been on the website previously but you guys ranked number one words for the word. July both paid and unpaid. Yes i think on. Seo cy rectum which one is so hard to rate what how there is luggage. The term rich highly competitive higher research. I think zoe was telling us the other day as well. If you search carry on luggage. I think on i page already buffo. The term luggage were on the second page. Sorry slowly slowly coming up branding. Will we talk about qantas pajamas. Branding is a big thing for you guys. When i was in. He mentioned that the him it was always about stories. Storytelling doing the little things that that you know like you said don't scale to me..

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"july" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"july" Discussed on Uncommon

"In the episode at all. Would love your support and would help us. In developing the intellect around the series. But without i go into. Let's get back into episode. I'm guessing you're still on the board of the company. Yes so would you see and speak to people on a daily weekly monthly quarterly basis. While i mean. I'm just i'm very super inactive in the business now because of cool I'm just. I'm just seeing on the board You know i'm still shielded of the business is spain's a few hours on the board meeting every quarter that will be it. You know my focus still in july of course but you still get that insider score some way of getting some inter- yeah for sure so july. Let's talk about that. We've interviewed item before anyone wants to listen to our into zoe. Now for the market a series. Yeah i learn oversee in my interview with item that he was running three thousand thieves time. You guys met at this cafe. You obviously had been chatting about something and then this. This idea of luggage came up. I think i and at the time it was the fact that he'd gone to. Dj's or something like that and thought like this processes is shit but you seems now in hindsight already had those four categories in your mind at some point that conversation just plug and i guess i was just curious like you know like what is you seen. I even as a potential car found that sort of clicked with you eight skills that definitely like complement mice gil said we we. We work really well together and the stuff he does. I can do and stuff i do. He can do. Yeah and above that. He's just a great person to hang out with as well. You know And that's what i love about because doing business and then if they is not just about making money as about having fun together yeah and I got a lot of fun..

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"july" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

04:55 min | 3 years ago

"july" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"There ever John July below who are you army group and use it okay or not okay to say sorry kids sorry folks you gotta have kids get in here it is not okay you listen man I okay I do not believe me I don't know how many there are and maybe I don't wanna wait in line for a judge who ever with this year I've been to Israel one public my white one charm along without that you're we had a blast what you want don't judge Dr yeah that's what everybody's miserable that moms and dads looking over your life because she you know whatever character our signature whatever when you're a doctor a lawyer more troubling sure you can drink it can be kind of fun as an adult to go if you don't have a kid like tiny down to get to go on the fun stuff that you want to go on space about and what not and done I'm with you and plus dining options you don't have to find something you can watch you can walk around now and a Turkey like if you want to do that watch it down some booze if you want to and it's a good time for all thank you my man I appreciate the call it's too late to change her mind yeah I was kind of fun to go I Aeros thinking about as young adult trip in and so is always a good time to take it back they said people are weird if they go dollar no we were freaks I'm not taking about he's a free yeah I was a freak like I was I I you know I was a freak it was you freaks announce us freaks right any it could be a really good time to get your buddies we have to deal with all those damn kid like why go like you know what I'm gonna if I'm boozer specifically if I'm tripping balls I would god knows what I would do to a small child could sit there and stare to baby forever seriously I might think it's an alien and try to take it or some well duh minus the take apart like you'll sit there you'll go in this baby read my thoughts right now can you read my thoughts little baby and the baby's looking at you that you're hearing in your head like I can meet its master the teacher said out loud the much really tripping balls sit near on this tram ride right now little baby the biggest you're talking to this afternoon Sullivan Irvine thank you talk to you about set right next to you and you get Hey John Paul Hey man well does the code the baby the baby look over here she said unit it's a it's a mental space where you don't want a it's not it sounds cool it's not cool school now at the time it's V. eight your fraught with panic and that's why you don't want to dial up there because of I've got a baby and I look over and there's some deviant like are you scared of my AB they are a look at the parents of their like looking you like mortified as I can to make a move on my kid and the kids are from a bunch of muscle water so he is a white baby yeah of course and legibly seven two seven five seven I wanted you five you do need to train your kids though when it comes to Disney that there are all grown ups inside those costumes so that you don't have to end up waiting in line for fake snow white or fake Cinderella what do you do that though from the time they're born no no there's got to be a time where you let him enjoy it for a minute though if you do you're gonna be one of those parents we saw on the Disney dream crews who are waiting in an hour and a half line so their kid can get an autograph from fake Snow White yeah I would do that for the first yeah I have to say this whole breakfast with those Austin freaks exactly let's send the thing about the breakfast is they got my parents pay for it that's more expensive than burns but they they all kind of circle through they come by your table so they hang out with you get time with you know goofy many Donald daisy does anybody talk like a nobody no we talk a little awkward because there is that talk like and we have to try to go look goofy happy group is crazy goofy's you know it's it's a lot exhausted does your writer I wish they would talk to be honest with you let's do a phone plan to see what everybody thinks go ahead everyone what do you think because in the old days one five one you are that's one of the better phone plans we ever had I I heard Tuscany's Disney satanic yeah I think we definitely got the Disney is satanic from task in there and I do appreciate that very much all right let's let's come back and I want to talk about two things number one is it better to say I don't know or is it better to lie about something I have an incident that happened yesterday at a restaurant that I want to get your take on you think you might want honesty but I don't think you always do and a big problem for the new it movie I know so if you're dying to see it because you saw part one with Pennywise right well part two has a huge problem with it they're making it well that route there is a bigger problem than that when it comes to seeing this movie I'll get that to your tax.

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