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California's epic melting snowpack means cold, deadly torrents ahead of Memorial Day weekend
"California safety officials are warning that some of the states rivers could be deadly this Memorial Day weekend. Safety officials say California rivers fed by the mass of Sierra Nevada snow pack over the winter have been turned into deadly torrents, at least 7 people have died or gone missing this spring, Justin Sylvia of the Sacramento fire department. This year we're seeing higher water. Faster water and colder water. And Sylvia says some people are taking unnecessary risks. We're seeing a lot of people not wearing life jackets. That's our big message this year is put a life jacket on. With this higher water, you can see snags out there. There's more of that from the surface that you can not see. Sylvia says Sacramento has already had 20 water rescues this year, nearly as many as all of 2022. I'm Donna water
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PGA Live Updates | Brooks Koepka surges into lead through 3 rounds at the PGA Championship
"Four time major champion Brooks Koepka will take a one shot lead into the final round of the PGA Championship at oak hill. The man known as mister major Mattel his way to the top of the leaderboard, coping with the wet heavy third round conditions with a brilliant 66 to move to 6 under. Corey Connors and Victor hovland after even past 70s, a one back at 5 under and big hitting bright and dechambeau is three of the pace of three under. Scottie scheffler struggled in the slippery conditions and fell back to join Justin rose at two under after a 73. I'm Graham agar's
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PGA Live Updates | Hovland joins Scheffler, Conners atop PGA Championship leaderboard
"There is a three way tie on top of the leaderboard after two rounds of the PGA Championship at oak hill. Scottie Chandler is joined by Canadian Corey Connors and Norwegian Victor hovland at 5 under two shots clear a Bryson DeChambeau and Justin Tsar, Brooks Koepka is in touch among those at two under and Rory McIlroy is not out of it even palm. Well number one, John ram posted a 68 to make the cut by one defending champion Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth just survived right on the number of plus 5. I'm Graham agar
AP News Radio
Paredes has 2 homers, 5 RBIs as Rays hammer Verlander and sputtering Mets, 8-5
"After splitting four games at Yankee Stadium over the weekend, the raids began a series at Citi Field with an 8 to 5 win over the mets. Esau parades are three run Homer in the third and the two run blast in the 5th, bolt off Justin Verlander who took the loss in his mets home debut. You know, I was hoping that today I could be the catalyst and go out and have a great start against a good team and help us win and I wasn't able to do that. The meta dropped ten of 12 to sit at 20 and 23, the 32 and 11 they have hit 84 home runs and outscored opponents by a 123 runs. Mike mancuso, Neil
AP News Radio
Vegas bound: Stars win, set up series vs. Knights
"I'm chuck Freeman. It'll be the Dallas stars in Las Vegas knights of the Western Conference Finals of the Stanley Cup playoffs rope a hint and Wyatt Justin had the star's goals at a two to one win over Seattle. Hints who scored his 9th goal of the playoffs says the stars play their best defensive game of the series. Everyone was in today and yeah we did work everywhere on the ice and we started to play simple and then we work with our kids. West finals begin on Friday. In baseball, the Los Angeles angels be Baltimore 9 5 Shohei
The Dan Bongino Show
Latest Tucker Carlson Leak Cites Roger Ailes, Anti-Pronouns on Twitter
"Here listen to yourself We'll talk about it on the other side Check this out I did I talked to her at great length It was actually pretty funny I said you know oh I said I she tried to get I was like she's got a lot of liberals working over there And you know they see this is warm And we're the main force on the other side and that's crazy If you've got pronouns in your Twitter bio you shouldn't work here Because we can't trust you because you're on the other side And she goes well who And I said I'm not going to name names because I don't know who did it and I'm definitely not going to cast dispersions on someone unfairly Just because your liberal doesn't mean you did this it does mean you shouldn't work here And roger would never put up with this Why would you do that Do you know what I mean They see this as war It's like I'm not that I'm an actual liberal Like I'm totally fine being like our makeup artist is like a screaming lefty No but I'm not that way But they are that way And I said I'm not ashamed of anything I said Now it's like you recently had COVID I did Fresh face and healthy But do you know what I mean Justin I have no idea If you've got that horrible guy who was just horrible who was judge jeanine's guy I couldn't Yeah that guy's like a screaming left wing lunatic Why does he work here What You totally dicked over his anchor and then we expect he's not going to dick over the network Like I don't have specific information on it but I would Yeah it's crazy Yeah Exactly Exactly It's like I'm always telling each other I'm telling my children you know what the truth is You can feel it Don't lie to yourself Again how just explain to me how that's damaging to him I'm open to anything
AP News Radio
Charles III crowned in ancient rite at Westminster Abbey
"King Charles the third is crowned in an ancient right at Westminster Abbey. The symbolic peak of the two hour service came halfway through when Archbishop of Canterbury Justin welby placed the solid gold Saint Edward's crown on Charles's head. Trumpets sounded and gun salutes were fired across the UK. God saved the king. In a change to the ancient right, Charles had scrapped the traditional moment at the end of the service when nobles are asked to kneel and pledge their loyalties to the king instead will be invited everyone in the Abbey to swear true allegiance to the monarch. Charles De Ledesma, London.
AP News Radio
Pavelski scores again, Stars beat Kraken 4-2 to even series
"A four two victory allowed the stars to even their series with the kraken at a game of peace. Wyatt Johnston at the dawn of and Joe pavelski scored in the second period to put Dallas that had three one. Tyler segan gave the stars additional breathing room with a goal midway through the third. Justin and Dada also had one assist apiece. Jake gottinger turned back 25 shots, allowing goals by ty Cartier and Jordan eberly, Philip grubauer handled 33 shots for the kraken. The series shifts to Seattle for game three on Sunday. I'm Dave ferry.
AP News Radio
Justin Verlander gives up 2 HRs in Tigers' 2-0 win over Mets
"The tigers completed a three game sweep wall ruining Justin Verlander season debut, beating the mets two zero. Eduardo Rodriguez surrendered just two hits while striking out 9 over 8 innings. He was backed by consecutive homers from Riley green and Javier Baez in the first inning. Verlander gave up three other hits over 5 frames. His first start since landing on the injured list before the season. Alex Lang picked up the save as Detroit improved to 13 and 17, the mets are 16 and 16 following their 7th loss in 8 games. I'm Dave ferry.
CoinDesk Podcast Network
First Republic Bank Seized and Sold to JPMorgan Chase
"JPMorgan bought almost all of first republic's assets. After that bank fell now, rewind a little bit. Remember this banking crisis that the U.S. financial system was going through, spooked a lot of people. We saw Silicon Valley bank fail. We saw signature bank, be taken over by regulators. Now we're seeing something similar from first republic, which also found itself in Dire Straits after the fed rapidly raised interest rates, and they had a bunch of bad stuff on their books. So we're going to talk about this. Jamie Dimon says, hey, this chapter of the banking crisis is over. We've stepped in. We've got this thing, got it under control, don't worry, everybody. But I don't know. I don't know if everybody is fully on that page just yet. There could be more shoes to fall. But Jamie Dimon says, no, there's only so many banks, maybe three that we're doing this shady business. And we're going to be A-okay. So anyway, I'm going to talk this straight to Jen. What do you think? Do you think this phase of the banking crisis is indeed over or do you think more stuff is about to happen? No, imagine I said yes, I think it's over. I think the two of you would just limp best me. It's worrying. That Jamie Dimon is saying, you know, this is all over. It's all under control now with and with no other information to back that statement up and I was reading this story. I just thought about, you know, how we're calling for more proof of reserves, more transparency when it comes to crypto and crypto exchanges and it's becoming more and more prevalent that we should be calling for the same thing in the traditional financial sector. I think that the banks and customers would really benefit from this.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
The Real Reason for Tucker Carlson’s Abrupt Departure From Fox
"The real reason for Tucker Carlson's abrupt departure from Fox remains a little unclear and there's a bunch of different hypotheses or theories circulating you saw one that was actually well here, the article, this one is well, I mean, can we really trust it? I think it's from The Guardian. The Guardian in Britain. What does it say? Well, it says that Tucker Carlson's vulgar language in texts contributed to fox's firing of him. And what's the vulgar language and who was he referring to? So apparently he was referring to Sidney Powell and some of it. He also referred to Murdock and other parts of it. So, and apparently he was just a very mean guy is what they were saying. Well, I can see if he made that disparaging comments about Rupert Murdoch at this if it got back to Murdoch, Murdoch would be upset. I'm his boss. That kind of thing, I mean, it seems pretty clear that Tucker is a little bit of an early guy. And I say this because in fact, you made this point to me that when Justin B wells sent me very insulting text, this was in the immediate aftermath of 2000 meals. He was speaking in this kind of vulgar, brutish language, and I said to Debbie, I'm like, do you think that Tucker's producer would do this on his own? And she's like, well, it probably Tucker talks like that. So this is like the, this is the talk around the office, and there's a woman named Abby grossberg, who's apparently suing Tucker, claiming that there was all this very vulgar sexist talk going on in the office. Who knows? I mean, I have seen an article as a completely different theory that has nothing to do with any of this. And actually says that it's Tucker's Christianity. And by Christianity, what I mean is not tacos personal devoutness or anything like that. But Tucker gave a speech at heritage right before he got fired. And he basically said this isn't just a political fight. He goes, this is a spiritual war. And the other side isn't just wrong. They're basically like on the devil's side. They're evil. As we've said, yes, exactly.
The Trish Regan Show
Did Abby Grossberg's Lawsuit Play a Role in Tucker's Fox Exit?
"Else, though, going on, meanwhile, Maria bartiromo, wonderful, wonderful woman. I worked with her both at CNBC. And then, of course, at Fox. Maria bartiromo had a producer named Abby grosberg and Abby, then later went over to work on Tucker Carlson's show, and Abby sued as this dominion thing unfolded, alleging that there was a ton of discrimination that there was a ton of sort of harassment, the environment that she was working in was highly problematic on Tucker Carlson's show. So in that discovery process, you wonder if more things came out. I mean, we know already. You've seen some of the texts that went back and forth. Tucker didn't seem to have a whole lot of faith in management, and he was complaining that management was so bad that we're going to take the whole place down because they didn't really understand where the viewer was at, et cetera, et cetera. One wonders if more stuff came out in that discovery process for this other lawsuit that might have just been enough for the Murdochs to say, okay, we really don't want this guy here anymore. Not only do we want not want him, we don't want his producer, Justin wells. So they sent both of them packing. It's honestly just shocking. And I think it's unfortunate because it didn't need to get to this.
AP News Radio
Biden thanks 'Tennessee three' for 'standing up'
"President Biden has thanked the three Tennessee lawmakers who became democratic heroes for taking part in gun control protests at their state House. They're now known as the Tennessee three state representatives Justin Pearson, Justin Jones, and Gloria Johnson, who protested days after a deadly school shooting. In the Oval Office. Republicans who control the GOP legislature called for all three to be expelled, which the president called shocking. On democratic and it was without any president. But you turn it around very quickly. Pearson and Jones, both black, were expelled before being reinstated on an interim basis. Johnson was not expelled. The president says every generation has to fight for it democracy. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
The Trish Regan Show
Why Canada's PM, Justin Trudeau, Is Taking Aim at Elon Musk
"Begin with the Canadian broadcast corporation, which is a little bit upset because Elon Musk dared to say on their Twitter profile what they are, which is state funded media. 69% state funded was actually what Elon went with. Nice. Well, this is not going over well. Look at what the prime minister Justin Trudeau had to say. He runs to American billionaires. The tech giants that they continue to defend in committee. Conservatives are always there to defend them. So when they're trying to attack a foundational Canadian institution, the fact that he has to run to American billionaires for support to attack Canadians says a lot. Okay, okay. So they're all worked up. Elon's just telling the truth on this one. Let me give you some of the numbers. If you look at their financial report from 2022, they got 1.24 billion from the government, wow. I mean, that's a lot of money. And 651.4 million from advertising. You tell me what kind of business it is, right? I mean, let's just call a spade a spade. And you see, when it's a government funded media organization, I'm sure you have some very well meaning journalists there, but look, you know, bite the hand that feeds you. You got 1.24 billion coming in from the state, chances are you're doing a lot of the state's bidding. Aren't you? I mean, this is just reality. And it's worth having that transparency. Why shouldn't we know this? We see something that comes from the CBC in this way. We know this is an organization that is funded by the government, primarily funded by the government. So they have their bias, right? And I have mine.
AP News Radio
Jury seated to hear case about Fox's false election claims
"Fox and dominion voting systems have settled the voting machine companies defamation lawsuit. I Norman hall. Fox has agreed to pay $787 million to settle with dominion. The agreement ends at trial that expose how the top rated network changed viewers by promoting lies about the 2020 presidential election. Dominion had asked for $1.6 billion in arguing that Fox had damaged its reputation by helping pedal phony conspiracy theories about its equipment switching boats from Donald Trump to Joe Biden. Fox said the amount greatly overstated the value of the Colorado based company. In a statement issued shortly after the announcement, Fox News said the network acknowledged the court's rulings finding certain claims about dominion to be false, the many lawyer Justin Nelson said outside the court that the truth matters lies have consequences. I Norman hall
Florida Professor Leaves Job After Allegedly Faking Data on Racism
"Turns out that years of racism studies by Florida state university FSU Criminology professor Eric Stewart that is Eric Stewart Have been determined to be fraudulent Forcing him to leave his cushy a $190,000 a year job And that doesn't include benefits 6 of professor Stewart studies have been retracted Stored himself has been on leave from the college since mid March Because the new investigation into his work through attention To years of allegations that he manipulated sample sizes to produce results that made America appear more racist My God I bet this goes on everywhere all the time Everywhere all the time So it was first accused of falsifying data by Justin Pickett at University of Albany Albany criminology professor who co authored a report on race and crime with Stewart in 2011 In the study reports the New York Post the criminologists were looking to test if the public was increasingly demanding longer sentences for black and Hispanic criminals as those minority populations we will of course of course they were racist society systemically so It's in our DNA In his 2019 complaint Pickett said that their findings showed no relationship None between the growth of minority groups and the severity of criminal sentences handed out Pick a claim that the published paper contained manipulated data suggested correlation despite contradicting results Now he stated this sample sizes were expanded data was cherry picked to achieve the desired outcome His complainant four others were disregarded by the university's two committee members at co authored studies with Stewart too
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Expelled Black lawmaker Pearson to return to Tennessee House
"The second of two black Democrats expelled from the Republican led Tennessee House will be returning to the legislature. Hundreds of supporters marched with Justin Pearson through Memphis to the Shelby county board of commissioners meeting. The vote was 7 nothing for his return. Pearson and Justin Jones were expelled for supporting gun control protesters following a deadly school shooting in Nashville. I'm so glad we get to get back to doing our job. Audio from WAT and TV, Pearson has a message for House leadership. A movement is rising. See, they tried to kill democracy. They tried to expel the people's choice and the people's vote. And they awakened a sleeping choice. Republicans have so far refused to consider any new restrictions on firearms, following the Nashville school shooting. I'm Ed Donahue.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Justin J. Pearson Pulled a 'Black Hillary'
"Back in 2016, though, when he was a college student, mister Pearson acted and behaved very differently. As a matter of fact, he wore a suit. He did not have the Afro thing going on. He did not speak in the so called black preacher sing song voice. You can hear it for yourself, cut 8. Dustin Jay Pearson. And I'm running for president of PSG. There are a few reasons that we're running this campaign this year. One has to do with representation. How can we represent all voices in a conversation? I wanted to do this by partnering with organizations from the bode Democrats to the boon Republicans. I want to bring together different voices, dissenting voices. Voices that may be more liberal or more conservative. In order that we can reach a point of sort of the radical middle. Seem like that in our gun lobbyists might win. But all that was good news for us. I don't know how long this Saturday in the state of Tennessee might last. But all we have good news, folks. We've got good news that Sunday always comes. There you go. So, I mean, what changed? Basically, this guy is pulling a black Hillary. And if you say, well, Tom, what do you mean by black Hillary? Well, I'm going to take us back to 2007. Hillary Clinton, speaking to a black congregation, cut number ten. I don't feel no ways tired. I'm too far. From where I started from. Nobody told me that the road would be easy. I don't believe he brought me this far. To leave me.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"justin just" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Right price from some of the retailers. They have stepped away from production. Everywhere looking towards the budget, of course, Justin, just over two weeks time now, what action would you like to be seeing from the government to try and resolve some of these issues? There are a whole range of measures, the government needs to do. It isn't all about money. The grocery coded adjudicator that oversees supply chain relationships. We they're talking about moving it into the competition and markets authority. We say it should be independent and the strength and to oversee good supply chain and relationships. It is about the energy support scheme. It would help that would be including more sectors in it, including farming and it would be progress. But it's about things like the national grid, the grid connection actually critical to producing protected crops is about having your ability to generate lecture, use the CO2 and the heat to your greenhouse and be able to sell the electricity into the grid. If you can't get a grid connection, you can not invest in a greenhouse. So actually, it's a joined up plan for food production, you know, taking account of food security and production in this country. Across all areas of government is what we want to see because that is the way you solve this problem. Okay, David X was national farmers union vice president. Thank you very much for joining us on the program this morning. We'll have a check on the markets for you next. This is Bloomberg daybreak, Europe. Victorious have made Britain's problems deeper, longer lasting, a more painful than any of our competitors. With investment then solves all the other economic ills that we have, which is low productivity, low real wages. What I would characterize as a mild recession is what we're predicting. I'm more positive on the UK than the general sentiment. I think the UK government made really good progress in stabilizing the economy. Bloomberg daybreak, Europe. On Bloomberg radio. It is 6 30 a.m. in London, good morning. I'm Stephen Carroll, this is Bloomberg, daybreak, Europe. We check the markets for you all
"justin just" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Then you're gonna come over and do everything for me. I took a little pause when my best friend Justin just said Barbara was the smart one because frankly, that's what everybody said our entire life. How has it been a new auntie? Oh, it's so much fun. I'm totally in awe of watching Barbara become a mom. She's so natural. I flew up there as fast as I possibly could. I remember go to target and purchase the pampers and all the other things you need, but to watch her become a mom is just such a gift and to watch our kids fall in love with each other. It's just one of those things in life that you can never predict how happy it's gonna make you oh my gosh. So sweet. You guys have done something really amazing. You have a new book called the superpower sisterhood. Yes. What inspired you guys to write a children's book? Well, we actually wrote another children's book first called sisters first, which was a love letter to our sisters. And on that show, other women would come or girls would come and listen to us, and they'd say, I don't have a sister, but I came with my best friend. And we would say, well, she's your sister. She's your chosen sister. And so we wanted to write a book about sisterhood that's both about our sisters that are blood sisters or our chosen family, our sisters, that walk alongside us and make us braver than we ever believed we could be. Oh, that is great. And you know, this book is about sisters who gain superpowers, wherever they're together, and what superpowers what you two have, if you are characters in the book. Well, I love that. Yeah, these powers are kind of not so super like one is great at math. One is great at dancing, design, and then together like an incredible, powerful chorus that because of their sister, their powers are amplified. But Barbara's power when we were little was math. And in fact, when Justin said she's the smart one, it took me back to my therapist chair. I'm sorry. She actually only missed she only missed one math problem on her SAT. One,.
"justin just" Discussed on Mind Pump
"What you want is emotional support. Someone you can call and I get on the phone and I'm like, man, Justin you know, this whole journey I'm on, it's really hard and I had a terrible weekend. Let me tell you what I did. I woke up in the morning and I know I was supposed to go on a walk instead I watched TV. I opened up a bag of I went to the store bought a bag of cookies, ate the whole damn thing, and then it was crazy from there. And then I did this and I did that. And then Justin, who I know 'cause I enlisted somebody that really cares about me. Is on the other line saying, look, that's sucks. I'm sorry you went through that. You're going to do okay. I care about you. I know you care about you. You're going to make it through. You're going to make it through. That's the kind of support that you're looking for. That makes a big difference. If you can afford it, a therapist is even better. Of course. I mean, that because we don't want a therapist and do even better than what Justin just said back to you as a therapist is going to help you dig deeper into why. Of course. And that's what I mean, that's their profession. They know how to do that well, and then also how to be that supportive of trauma or some other things that 100%. And that's so key is that you have somebody that helps you get to the root cause. The other type of person that I see that's really successful with this too is and this is the second step is the ditching the motivation hype and understanding the importance of discipline and habits. Yes. Again, this is another thing that is another knock at biggest loser another reason why I don't like that show is that it's very I mean I've tune in on it and I get goose bumps when all the hugging and the emotional and the playbacks of the memories and they do such a good job of giving you the feels initially. But the problem with that is it's fleeting. You know, you're happy, sad, motivated, omelet. That ebb and flows all the time. And if you're going to have long-term success, you need to build habits and discipline and routine and rituals in order to be consistent. And I can understand why people are so obsessed with motivation because it feels good. It's easy. It feels good. Yeah, when you're motivated, when you're motivated, you don't need to talk yourself into working out. Like when you're motivated, you're going to make the best quote unquote best food choices, right? Because you're motivated. When I motivated man, I work my ass off. I do everything I need to, I'm a great dad. I'm a great husband. I'm cleaning the yard. I'm motivated, right? That's not the hard part, okay? The hard part is when that feeling, which is fleeting, nobody's permanently motivated. It doesn't work that way, right? When that feeling is gone, that's when the challenge happens. Now what do I do? So how do we go around? How do we get around feelings because feelings were human? We've got all kinds of feelings wrapped all up in that. Discipline, discipline means you do it anyway. Okay, so that sounds easy. Well, how do I build discipline? Like any skill you start very small and you build upon it..
"justin just" Discussed on KOMO
"That has them a little bit more focused on themselves than the bigger picture But that wasn't the case for Troy pace The sophomore at canvas high school spent a lot of time in the hospital when he was younger as well as his teenage years Troy got lucky and his room at Randall children's hospital in Portland came equipped with an Xbox Sure he's into video games but the Xbox served as a gateway to the Internet and helped him communicate with the outside world while he remained in a bubble Troy's cancer qualified him for a wish but instead of wishing for a trip or an experience for himself the 15 year old wanted something else He wanted more xboxes for other rooms at the children's hospital so that other kids wouldn't feel trapped in isolated while having to be there Troy's dad Justin Just getting his name out there and with people realizing that this kid was going through something you know para out paralysis and cancer and he still was you know thinking thinking of others The wish in itself is touching and now will serve as a tribute to a teenagers kind heart You see Troy passed away a couple of weeks ago and never got to see his wish fulfilled But all ten of the rooms that just received a new Xbox will also feature the story of Troy's wish so that his legacy will continue and perhaps Inspire more kindness Brian Calvert common use Your money at 20 and 50 pass the hour on komo news Sponsored by propel insurance No major moves by U.S. stocks today.
"justin just" Discussed on KOMO
"Don't know how we bounce back that is not going to take a long time to bounce back Financially I don't know if it's possible Kerry McKay who grew up in stayed in Elmira worries for all the children who attend the school and the staff who work there I don't know what we're going to do I don't know if this means that our kids are going to be on Zoom again or what's going to happen with their schooling and their education but we'll pull through it We're strong The good news is no one was injured fire investigators will try and find out what started it Johnson come on news Deputies in pierce county still aren't using their body or dash cams In January the county council allocated $1.75 million for the cameras the sheriff's department hoped they would be in use by summer that timeline has been pushed back because of ongoing negotiations between the sheriff's department and the piers county deputy sheriff's independent guild According to the news tribune the two groups say they've reached a tentative agreement on policy but they have not been able to agree on whether or how much deputy should be paid because of the addition of the cameras No one likes spending a lot of time in a hospital especially kids and combos Brian Calvert shares the story of a northwest teenager who set out to make a hospital stay a lot easier on people His age you've heard his tell stories about make a wish kids before but this one is a little different At 15 years old a majority of teenagers are flexing their independent muscles and sometimes that has them a little bit more focused on themselves than the bigger picture But that wasn't the case for Troy pace The sophomore at camas high school spent a lot of time in the hospital when he was younger as well as his teenage years Troy got lucky and his room at Randall children's hospital in Portland came equipped with an Xbox Sure he's into video games but the Xbox served as a gateway to the Internet and helped him communicate with the outside world while he remained in a bubble Troy's cancer qualified him for a wish but instead of wishing for a trip or an experience for himself the 15 year old wanted something else He wanted more xboxes for other rooms at the children's hospital so that other kids wouldn't feel trapped in isolated while having to be there Troy's dad Justin Just getting his name out there and people are realizing that this kid was going through something you know para out paralysis and cancer and he still was you know thinking thinking of others The wish in itself is touching and now will serve as a tribute to a teenager's kind heart You see Troy passed away a couple of weeks ago and never got to see his wish fulfilled But all ten of the rooms that just received a new Xbox will also feature the story of Troy's wish so that his legacy will continue and perhaps inspire more kindness Brian Calvert common use.
"justin just" Discussed on KCRW
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The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"justin just" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"So preseason i'm excited about it cannot wait but of course on the other side of the this whole spectrum. We're talking about justin. Fields and fields came in later after dolphin had a slow start but ended up with an absolute miraculous finish to his day. And of course now you have fans saying man. Did we miss out. Yeah yeah and that's unfortunately gonna live with. George payton for as long as jumped fields is relevant. And he's also fun to watch you know. Drew eighty yard. Touchdown was fun to watch but justin just does it a different way. But by by running he had a running touchdown had a passing touchdown. He did start slow but still he finished fourteen of twenty one hundred fifty yards. And that's something that the broncos aren't going to be able to shake now if drew lock pans out. Well then george peyton you know made the right call by getting what i think is going to be an all pro. Cornerback and drew lock does well. But if if justin feels better than drew lock and justin feels. It is a really good quarterback. Then there's just nothing the broncos are going to be able to say to to make that pick right now zac. I'm asking a controversial question. A lot of the hooligans. Don't enjoy this question today. Because they think it's kinda crazy but prediction time are who's gonna have the better Career patrick ser tan or justin fields. Now if fields goes on to be a average to above average quarterback and that means 'certain has to be like a hall of fame corner. Because we judge corner so much differently than quarterbacks. But i think it's a valid question. We're certainly following bradley. Chubb and josh allen their careers. Yeah and that's why. I think it's so hard to bet against the positional value..
The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"justin just" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Yeah yeah in. That unfortunately gonna live with. George payton for as long fields is relevant. And he's also fun to watch you know drew's eighty yard. Touchdown was fun to watch but justin just does it a different way. But by by running he had a touchdown at a passing touchdown he did start slow but still he finished fourteen of twenty one hundred fifty yards. And that's just something that the broncos aren't going to be able to shake now if drew lock pans out well then george peyton You know made the right call by getting what i think is going to be an all pro. Cornerback and drew lock does well. But if justin fields is better than drew lock and justin fields. it is a really good quarterback. Then there's just nothing that the broncos are going to be able to say to to make that pick right now zac. I'm asking a controversial question. A lot of The hooligans don't enjoy the question because they think it's kind of crazy but prediction time. Our who's going to have the better career. Patrick ser tan or just fields. Now if fields goes on to be average to above average quarterback then that means entertain has to be like a hall of fame corner because we judge corner so much differently than quarterbacks. But i think it's a valid question. We're certainly following bradley. Chubb and josh allen and their careers. Yeah and that's why. I think it's so hard to bet against the positional value. Here you know a lot of people view justin as a top ten pick and if you get a top ten. Pick a quarterback and you don't have to trade for him and you need a quarterback. That's so hard to pass up for that pass up on justin field that a franchise quarterback meaning making a couple of pro bowls throughout his. You're not even fantastic. Which is that type of career. Even a hall of fame career from patrick stirred ser tan. Probably isn't gonna live up to it. Unless the broncos are able to find that quarterback that is that caliber and then people will forget about it but really it doesn't matter how good justin or patrick's tana's if justin feels good. Unfortunately than the pick is still going to be viewed as bad so tan has to be champ bailey. Justin feels has to be a boy. I don't know. I mean just kind of an andy dalton type guy kind of an average type player. Yeah yeah a jay cutler you know i think he made a couple of pro bowls three pro bowls And you know chicago. They have their roots there. And of course jaaz is roots and denver to so Yeah and and it's crazy when you when you think of would you rather have chant bailey or jay cutler. You're like what way rather have chance. But then you think of well. What if the quarterback position is the case keenum's of the world's for the next ten or fifteen years. It's true it is. It's an interesting thought To see how this but patrick's retain can just like returned thirty interceptions for touchdowns this thing to bed right and it's yeah won a game they didn't over. It'll be a hall of famer after this year. Love zach my friend always appreciate it. Love fall what you do. I'm always thinking about our conversation when we're watching games as well so we appreciate you for that for my friend. Abe grady really appreciate it. Love catching up. Time and zak stevens. Dvr vr broncos forty minutes after the hour. Let's jump out of here real fast colfax and let's get the latest on the local sports flash..
CRUSADE Channel Previews
"justin just" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews
"Are linked to trump. That aren't that aren't doing anything. There's also a lot of crypto rose on their given their advice. And i don't know how sound advice or if i would want to follow any of that yeah. Most most crypto bros. Have terrible advice. You know who else has gone on there yet. As far as i can tell tim pool. And i don't like tim i think tim's kind of fully sniffen his own his own farts if you get it lately. Because the guy's got a he's a millionaire in the middle of the maryland woods and people just kind of worship them both on the left and the right and and he hasn't jumped on together and he's kind of what he's a journal is supposedly a journalist and he's not he he's kind of like even he hasn't gone there yet and since none of those guys have gone that way that tells me they know something about getter. Get that That you and i haven't been told we also have a lot of technical issues right now. I haven't been able to put in profile voter photo my cover photo and upset like two different posts in. They've yet the post so there's technical issues too. Yeah yep yeah it's absolute So and and the twitter style service. I'm going to get into this circle now folks. The twitter sow service launched on sunday. Okay never mind. The pla- as the platform officially launched a quickly faced in rare problems. Like justin just said sunday because it launched on the fourth of july Getter was briefly hacked. The accounts of its most popular verified users. We're targeted getters. Officials aboard paves was also compromised among hacked accounts were secretary of state. Mike pompeo for roy. Advisor steve bannon congresswoman marjorie taylor green and the pro trump media platform newsmax. Each of these accounts were hacked with the same message which read juma bay. Baguette was here free. Palestine counter i tax around eight thirty. Am on sunday morning and most will return to their previous state. Ten in response to the hack miller the ceo of Said the issue was quickly addressed and noted that more than five hundred thousand users had already signed up for the platform. Yeah but i don't even know if they're real those are bots. I don't doubt that any of these platforms would use technology to try and inflate their numbers to make. It seem like it's a place that people go and actually hang out him. So i don't i don't believe honestly that there's five hundred thousand people that have signed up for something like getter and if they are soon as trump because trump has to launch is frigging stupid social media platform as soon as he does it. They're all gonna leave so this. I feel like this is just a short term gripped. I'm sure they should've called the drifter but they want to give it to. My didn't want to give away the entire. But sunday's hack was not the only issue that faced say was also flooded with pornographic images in gifts on saturday after the platform posted. Its first welcome message. Because of course user spam post with other graphic hint videos and image of hillary clinton. Just just hillary clinton. I don't want to say the rest wasn't looking at that point. Yeah right that enough to keep you away from the platform. Just cnn rapids. The platform has also been flooded with different kinds of awful imaging. Leftists means photos. I can't even read half of this. The social media platform filtered out nude images or other content while get. I'm sorry while other social media's do that they really don't twitter dozen it's accessible. Getter did not appear to do so this weekend unless the company said it reserves the right to address content at comes to our attention that we is pornographic alongside materials. That may be quote offensive obscene lewd lucious filthy violent harassing threatening abusive legal or otherwise objectionable. Which means they're gonna start. Banning banning on sunday described the new platform as the twitter killer. That's funny twitter killer. No it's not especially if it's running off twitter. Stuff miller recently left his position as trump's spokesman to launch guetta. Tim murtaugh who was once. Trump's communications director also worked as a consultant. Yeah crs old white. Dude's totally who i need to find. Wooten will let me say this to nine. technically developed white guys or just dudes. Those are the guys. I want running my platform once again. Trump is not become a part of this former president's gonna make his decision to dead today. 'cause they're all they're all creating websites in the whole to give trump options to give trump options about it. Oh hey what are you gonna do. It's it's just one of these absolutely foolish things just like Parlor everybody jumped on parlor. And i think parlour. Nah i don't think parlors the reason. Why won't chase these pro conservative free speech platforms outside of something like gab. Right parlor was our free speech and all this other stuff parlor before it got nuked. Its controls were wonky. Now were relaunched. Nobody uses it anymore because it got nuke from orbit getter is probably a month or two away from getting nuked for morbid as well. There's a lot of weirdos on there. A lot of the people they claim are on gabar on also on getter. And it's really not a site you wanna be on because guess what folks who's who's also got Accounts on the the fbi. The girl in the ma the blonde girl in the maga hat that message you that wants to be your friend. Yeah i that guy. That's the cia. Either that or it's a girl looking to get some money from you the fbi. They're all watching that camp. That that place that i mean. They're watching twitter and stuff but you know if it's a quote unquote trump social network. They're going to be watching it even more. That's over the sacred of the bear. Brief here on the crusade channel always on aero of crusade channel dot com coming up. We're going to keep looking at any breaking news that comes out. And then we're going to read this article from the american thinker talk about grading trump's supreme court and my review of the tomorrow wars coming up here in the babri. Even the general the last live radio station standing.
"justin just" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"To attack Western liberties and freedoms and economies that that is 100% What's happening here and to the extent that President Biden either does not recognize that or is being told what to do because of other things that you mentioned. I think the American people deserve to know who's who's actually calling the shots, because when you look at what Vice President Harris did On that disaster of a trip to Central America and and her refusal to answer the question about not going to the borders. She doesn't want to go to the border, Sean because it's a mess down there, and it will bring attention to the worsening of the situation, not the betterment of the situation as they pretended. During the campaign. The numbers general speak for themselves, don't they? I mean, we're going. We're going to shatter at 25 year high of illegal immigrants coming into this country, And on top of that, we're facing record inflation We haven't seen in 15 years. Record high prices on everything. Energy prices gallon of gasoline up a dollar a gallon. That's that's real money. Uh, that's impacting every family in the country. I mean these policies or disastrous and he's not been in power long, right. Right. And policies have impact on the American people from a security. You know, if you remember Sean in 2016. Sort of the two number one thing for the economy. And then remember, Isis was a big, bad deal. And, you know, it could be argued that President Trump did to get a job by given the military the authority to go out and crush Isis what they did, which they did. Now, you know, we're heading back in that direction right with National security coming back to the forefront as a domestic issue, because when you when you minimize our our energy output, all of the steps going on with respect to the oil gas industry are Catastrophic for this country, and it puts us back into a situation where we're competing with for oil with all these countries that either or contentious or want to do us harm, like Iran, and we are in a real bad spot right now, with Justin just, you know, four or five months of undoing the previous policies that were that were gaining traction or serving the American people will And, you know, I'm sorry. But you know, the NATO was just fine, right? Every collective security arrangement needs. Um you know, a an alpha and it and the NATO, you know, needed that Alfa, particularly we've got all those betas in there with, you know, France and Canada And all of that, you know, Trump was the alpha and and he said, Look, this is this is how we're going to do it. We'll take a quick break. We'll come back more with general data.
"justin just" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Well it is no surprise. Helen mirren is a serious bad ass in f nine. She's telling justin just how far she went to be part of the fast and furious franchise the closest to royalty. I have never been hello dame. Helen mirren talk a right now. I'm not in my royalty mode. I mean i other mode eastern criminal mode. I should say tell you could be in a supermarket in a row honey and you will still be queen. Do you hear me i do. I do in my kiara from time to time in the in the supermarket. Yeah just got to know because you're busy woman. What was that call like when they hit you up. And they said hi helen mirren. We know you're busy but do you want to below up in the fast and the furious is that how it happened does not not far off I had bumped into finito of some function. And i i you know. I've admired him. Hugely distance are very excited to meet him and very wine. Please come be wanted. You'll move is because i think that's fantastic and And very very kindly they. They invited me on board. And i think that was. I think that was Thanks to been there anyone with a family full of eccentrics. I used to work at a hair salon here in beverly hills and i worked at the front desk and women would come in and i knew you had a movie coming out because every time something would come out women comment.
The Kirk Minihane Show
"justin just" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Talk with topical stuff on the show ever point. Hold up. i mean be bit. Specific thing is not going to be dated at at your talk. Oh the interaction with those guys. Okay so you push that back to wednesday okay fine. We'll figure it out for ones eric. All right i'll i'll tech figure. I can do like like i can do one thing more. Okay bumped taping wednesday show wednesday morning to understand. Do you understand my issue here. What your what. Your work ethic are you. Are you willing to do back to back. I'm happy happy you back to back shows. But i'm saying wednesday morning actually tape wednesday's show so then maybe coming after that then we do the show for friday. Yeah okay perfect fine. We'll figure out texture. Goodbye struck. a deal sounds great. You have interest coming in tomorrow now if you if you don't want to. It's okay you sure. Do you sure don't want you to if you don't want to do it. Happy to okay. Great good boy. Mike haters the mike tomorrow. One day. she's all right so All right so my expect. That's good deal khurana one but it's up to you corrobos post. I'm traveling not a fan. I don't think he will. They want to be here. Maybe they were right here. As i said that last couple of weeks all right so just nego. We'll take just for you. The fucking wednesday. Friday shows he can bring it up to wasco thank you. That's great fuck now friday morning now. It's it's a it's a pain. The jared it's not gonna be dated the drive would be a lot easier this time. Though it's now you have to leave at talk. Show stuff up there. That's much easier for him. You're going to go up thursday with mike friday. That's what we're going to talk about. Justin just said there. I think relief right after another shit shipment. I just wanted to be done you know. Just annoying alabi. I imagine you probably thursday. Yes mike probably kanter. Would you care. I guess good right. I guess i could you f- friday friday morning so i've been wondering this stereo the window. I suspect i will not be in my. I will be in my room for all hours. Except for whatever i have to be at big rick's or this beach we gotta just for lunch. All go the jets. Short jealous personal. Yeah all right. Thanks to chris so we got that settled. i suppose. And we'll be back tomorrow. Ankara no Was hoping for a showdown. I guess we're not gonna have him now. I mean i can't tell you enough whether the shitty job that had the cable didn't that story. I can't you still stress that enough. She is like it's not as dangerous as another poor. Beth like like journalism right there. Well i mean you gotta think from this perspective of meadow oscar. She did a great job. Yeah that's that's that's the question is matter wasco trying to fuck over. Feels like it's pretty clear we'll get we'll get to that and more tomorrow. This was pretty reprehensible. I i don't know how it can be anybody's idea humor..
"justin just" Discussed on Still Buffering
"I don't know any of this that you're talking about. We did not do this. Is it just like a natural reaction to like. You know you get you get to be like a preteen teenager. You want agency in power in your life and like i guess if you're raised as as a man it's like oh this is all available to be and you're raises a woman you're like well. I guess i gotta turned. Imagine i i it makes sense. Yeah is really appreciated. I've i've mom showed me this movie of very longtime ago for the first time. I was probably older than charlie but probably not by much At i hadn't seen it again until just this week. And i did really appreciate how into figuring out what happened to dear johnny. They got Like because it felt very very close to me to see other young women getting really into true crime story and trying to figure it out very much felt like the kind of thing they probably have like a a conspiracy board somewhere you know with all like the red string tacking things together i got i also like charlie got very into that story. Yes that's all. Charlie wanted to wanted to solve the mystery. What happened to your johnny. I I have to admit i completely forgot about brendan fraser's Like vietnam vet character. that shows up in their Looking amazing by the way. I forget how attractive that man he really is right. I mean you beautiful beautiful man. Great justin just just in everything george of the jungle. Ma'am so good. That is an odd. That's an odd little moment in the film. Like i like it. I like that. They're slipping in. The narrative is going on in the timeline. It's also very much like oh by the way vietnam. Well i mean if you set a movie in nineteen seventy. I don't think you can't talk. You know you have to put it in there like just fully round out the setting right. I mean if you're if you're not gonna have helicopters in the entire thing right but that and then also i mean talking about other people who show up in this movie then. Hankins area shows up. Oh that's right. He's the he's the new boyfriend to the mom. That's having a divorce which is very scandalous. That he's a very scandalous movement. And this week well and also we're missing our queen. Janine garoppolo is in this movie. Yes janine garofalo as the best roll like if like as waitress slash mystic at the girls interact with..
WHAS 840 AM
"justin just" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"So you claim unemployment benefits for the loss of part time work. Right. Sounds like people. People head of a neck spread sway to the money for you. Yeah, I mean, I mean, from the standpoint, you know, you would hope that they would know, but certainly it was during a time frame where everybody was being encouraged, even if that lost a part time job to apply. And you would hope that the proper controls the proper questions would be in place. You know, to prevent them from being able to get it if you know if they were answering all the questions, honestly. Okay. Last thing is the is the Kentucky government state government now subject to federal charges because of a lot of this is federal money that was going out on auto pay. Well, you know, obviously, they broke federal statutes. Um, we actually have, you know, right? This was our swag. Volume one. We will be releasing swag. Volume two was still more with federal funds sometime in April. So we've still got people reviewing the information to see specifically What's there? Certainly there's some discussion, and there were some items in the most recent relief package that might lead to, you know the forgiveness of some of these funds, but all of that's being researched. Currently not necessarily, You know, I know the General Assembly is working on it. I know that we're gonna be a resource with the General Assembly to try to to help them in any questions that they might have. You know in that regards Monitor Mike Harmon Appreciate all the insight. Thanks so much. Gary Appreciate it. And I always look forward to talking to you. And if you need anything, just give us a holler. Yeah, we'll come back again. We'll circle back later. Thanks. Justin Just always followed the data funnel of Donna. That's his hashtag. That's right. Right? Yours. Kentucky's honor. Mike Harmon. From the East and West Brook Construction, traffic Center. Use radio Wait 40 w h a s traffic as you will want this afternoon. A busy right out there with the stall in advance. Fun on the side of freeway south bound your I 71 also another problem within Saybrook Drunk on 65 North Bounds ramp therapy out of live. Apparently somebody lost a camper off the back of the pickup truck and the semi ran over. It also have an accident working on her Spring Parkway in your Bunsen. And also watch for an accident and shy, really ramping up its Barnsley and Mildred Drive east of the expressway. Our next report in 10 Minutes and Bobby Ellis News radio Wait. 40 w. H. A S. This report is sponsored by the Buck Sexton Show Podcast. Hey there, it's Buck's accent. Host of the Buck Sexton podcast found on the I.
"justin just" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Just look for me or look for Callahan Podcast, Justin. Just get a good one today with some time Brady talk, but also some. Oh, my gosh, you My Jerry. My brother is going to kill me. They specifically said they want to know. Are you rooting for Tom this weekend? Yes, Tom. I wanna build Buck's Super Bowl and I do like the way Tom just Ruins the day so money, please. Yeah, don't don't do it when Sunday's going 10 Super Bowl That's 10 Super Bowls in 20 years. It's just been remarkable streak and I would think of the people know Edem. There's so many in the media. Lots of people hate him, Grace because he had a compact and blocker. Yeah. You know what kind of people they are. So if he's gonna ruin their day that will make me happy. So yes, I'm rooting for Um And I'm moving for the bills, too. All right. Awesome. Thank you so much. Jerry. And I actually have all email you Ah little picture Here I have of the Boston Globe Top 10 headlines today I think will make you laugh. There's a lot of stuff about world hopes for renewed cooperation with us under Biden and on Inauguration Day the hill we climbed in the dreams we can no longer defer Fist bumps. Cute kids, big birds. What was in the big head like democracy. Winds of directors. He prevails. Yes, that was Washington Post. I think I should tell me. This went into Mark Christy not win in this country in the last 240 years. Went it. Democracy. Not when when was there ever a threat Democracy because some moron with a Viking hat Went into the Senate on they let him into the scent. That was a threat to democracy. I mean, it's just so absurd. It's one big line. It's one day lies the quote Global's 5% to quote Goebbels. It's all a big lie. Thank you so much, Jerry. For joining us, we will be back, guys and don't go anywhere. We'll take your calls. We have a lot more to get to before the show ends. I'm grace Curly. And this is the grace. Curly Show You're listening to the grace Curly show. Yeah. This hour of the grace. Curly Show is brought to you in part by the following speeding in north sudden New Hampshire. Do what I did and enjoy this beautiful in to reserve your room.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"justin just" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Ruwan, eh? Kevin Brennan WBC's traffic on the three Kevin So we have a nice morning little bit of spritzing earlier. It's pretty chilly out there. Looking at the winds right now is curious because I thought I felt pretty windy, especially along the coastal area. Windsor from the West northwest at around 12 Miles an hour on average, Justin just enough to make it feel a little bit colder than it is, And that's the story for the day. Our high will be 40. We're not there yet. I don't see that anywhere yet where the high thirties But it's never really going to feel like it's 40 degrees. And then here comes a little piece of energy. Thank you, New York. Bringing some snow showers. That could be a little bit intense at times for the afternoon commute. So you do want to listen to the forecast, especially if you're traveling and we will let you know we'll look at the Doppler radar for you and the like, and we'll have Whether every 10 minutes tonight breezy and cold, and then tomorrow pretty much like today again. We're looking at some snow flurries now upping in intensity. Heavier snow can't be ruled out, not in accumulating snow, necessarily, but enough that could cause some tricky driving Thursday again, we'll see that sunshine but then the chance of those heavier snow bands In the afternoon. Friday looks dry Nona's chili with sunshine and some clouds. This is more typical for meteorological winter. The temperatures this week and again in Boston right now, we're right at the freezing mark at 32 degrees, and we have some breaking news. This just in to the WBC news from it may not be a surprise, but it certainly will be a big disappointment for a lot of people in the city. The 2021.
KFI AM 640
"justin just" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Leslie, and before you go to the phones to other questions, one is returning to the subject of a reincarnated kids. They come out with these incredible stories. They're terrorized and try to remember what the phrases were that They kind of intimate that they're not supposed to talk about it that it's against the rules for them to reveal this stuff, and it made me wonder. What's going on there is there. What are the rules? Why do some people come back and doesn't mean we all do our only some and then? Makes me also wonder how many cases there are here in the in the West and the U. S and religious households where the parents just tell him to shut up. This is demonic. I don't want to hear about it, and then the kids eventually outgrow it. And And the memories fade. Yeah. I mean, I'm sure that happens, George because you know, even with the kids, we cover that there was one parent who was very resistant to it. So if you've got two parents, I mean many, many times, the kid's air told Oh, you're just dreaming. It's just a dream and then It's sort of shuts down. The kid might might give a few other memories, but the parents think it's just sort of fantasy, and they don't think anything of it so It's the parents that have the alertness and the awareness of the service. Strangeness of what's happening in that kind of allow their child to express it. They're not Pushing them to do it. But like with these Children that just comes out very naturally at the moment when the child feels like there's somehow comes up. Oh, yeah, I'm sure especially in this culture George. There's so many families that Justin Just because of their attitudes. The child never really comes out with all of it, and it just gets buried. I think there are other cultures, of course, where it's more expected, like and you know Asian countries India and Burma and places like that. And those were the countries that were research was originally done. On these cases by young Stephenson. In from the University of Virginia. Because in those cultures there were there was a freedom for people to talk about it because it's part of their belief system, so that makes it easier. But that's not the case in this country, so we don't know how many times it happens that Cases. They're shut down, but I'm sure it happens quite a lot. One UFO question. Um, you know, you and your colleagues wrote that story, December 2017. I haven't talked to you on the air about since then, but you know, it's changed UFO subject forever, so many ripples that were still feeling. Can you just share with us what the experience was like and seeing what a profound effect it's had on this subject that you've covered for so long. Yeah. I mean, it's been really, really exciting. I mean that story, You know, for me as a journalist who's been covering UFO's for 20 years and to suddenly you know, I don't Yeah, I've been about 20 at that time. So suddenly be breaking news on the front page of The New York Times News That was really significant. It was like the pinnacle of my career as a journalist. I mean, I never had a moment like this. It was absolutely Life changing, really. On gifts? Yeah. Which wonderful to see the effect that it had. I mean, I'm just so glad that You know, the story was able to change things the way it has, and I think the subsequent stories we did also One. A year later about the Roosevelt cases also had a big assessed. You know where the Navy was actually willing to acknowledge that these things were happening, and we got freedom of information Act, you know, reports from those cases. Yeah, I mean, it's been really Amazing ride George and It was just thrilling and exciting, hard work. But really, really thrilling to see what it happened with it. I don't know how else to describe it. And how is the New York Times on this topic now in general, I mean, for you know, decades ago, you'd see a story or two here and there that they take right down the middle seriously, and then it was sort of a forbidden topic for a long time. I can imagine what a heavy lift it was to get this through. Editors and I've heard stories about pushback. I know that, you know, looking at the readership, the reactions that these were highly read stories that they must have made a dent and people realize that the paper that while this topic is of interest to the public, but I doubt I tend to doubt that there I hard one assigned a UFO story every month. No, exactly. I mean, there's a very, very high bar in New York times on. That's one of the reasons that the stories carry so much weight. You know, you can't just sort of go in and write about the latest thing like you might be able to do in a block or something. You know, it's got to have There's a lot of need to. It's got to be government related. It's got to be something really new and exciting. It's gotta be ground, breaking those kinds of stories that there don't go for, but We are my colleague Ralph Blumenthal and I are always looking for what we could bring next to the New York Times, But we know That most of the stuff we ran across. We're not gonna be able to bring to the New York Times. It's really frustrating, so we have to get it at a certain level. That to interest the editors there and but they're always there interested. I mean, they want additional stories on this topic. We have definitely changed the attitudes of the New York Times They are now recognizing. This is a valid subject worthy of coverage, and they're willing to do more of it. As long as we can find the stories that they Field to be or so you know, at the level that the times need them to be at and so that's our task. Let's take a couple of calls west of the Rockies. John in Oregon, by John You're on with Leslie Kean..