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"kanak" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The bill also suspended the debt limit something Republicans had vowed to oppose even as the limit could be reached next month So in a procedural Senate vote not one Republican joined Democrats to move forward on this bill falling short in this evenly divided Senate from the 60 votes needed Republicans warned that they would block this vote So this can't be a surprise Right minority leader Mitch McConnell had warned for months that the debt limit was a Democrat's only problem He reiterated that on the floor last night There's no chance Republicans will help lift Democrats credit limit So they can immediately steamroll through a socialist band that will hurt families So McConnell is referring to Democrats proposed $3.5 trillion social spending bill there But we should note this was expected to get taken up in the house this week But house speaker Nancy Pelosi told Democrats last night that would not be the case that said Republicans maintain they'll support keeping the government open but not raising its borrowing power That's a lot of political gainsmanship Exactly and quite the blame game too Democrats had hoped Republicans would blink on this if not the GOP would own the fallout but Republicans say the fault actually falls on Democrats since they control the house the Senate and The White House and there are some polling that's on their side when it comes to how Americans view this crisis All right so where does this leave Democrats now What's next for them So they're scrambling Schumer said after the failed vote that the Senate will take action this week to prevent a shutdown and work on preventing that default next month but to do that they'll need a revamp legislation first to keep the government open So in order to reach that 60 vote threshold required in the Senate that is getting ten Republicans to vote with Democrats they'll need to remove the debt limit provision from this legislation and move it through Congress and to Biden's desk in three days time if they want to avert a shutdown on Thursday Then they'll also need to quickly address how to suspend the debt limit in time next month One possibility is to attach it to Democrat social spending bill which as we noted is still being negotiated is still being negotiated and will take more time to resolve to raise the suspense in the end on whether they can indeed meet this goal by next month or face a financial crisis All right so those are some pretty massive concerns And that's not the end of the uncertain votes in Congress this week Wright House Democrats will vote on a bipartisan infrastructure Bill This is something that has been negotiated by both parties and they're going to be negotiating on that $3.5 trillion spending bill to see if they can reach an ultimate deal there That said these two bills Democrats had hoped to move in tandem and now that that's not a possibility It's not entirely clear whether both of these bills will ultimately pass NPR's Claudia grew solace Thanks a lot Thank you for having me Now we want to warn listeners this segment deals with sexual abuse Robert Sylvester Kelly better known as R. Kelly was found guilty yesterday of racketeering and sex trafficking in a federal court in New York 11 people testified against him in the trial They accused him of sexual coercion and exploitation among other things Here's U.S. attorney Jacqueline casualist talking after the verdict That's historically unprecedented A percentage increase of that magnitude in a single year has simply never been recorded to my knowledge So that's very true NPR's Andrew limbong has been following the trial Andrew tell us about the convictions So yeah like you said he was found guilty of all charges and those charges can be split into two categories right So in one section you have the racketeering which puts him at the head of a criminal enterprise So that means that Kelly and his assistant and bodyguards and drivers all working together to use R. Kelly's fame as a musician to lure potential victims of crimes And those crimes include everything from sexual exploitation of children to bribery and forced labor And now in the second category those are the man act violations which involve the transportation of women and girls across state lines to engage in illegal sexual activity and during witness testimony You know we heard stories of him arranging flights for his victims like to and from his home in Illinois and to and from like different concerts across the country and to and from their homes What was the defense's reaction to this Well throughout all the trial the defense had been painting the accusers as liars and opportunists who didn't have a consistent story Here's Kelly's defense attorney Deborah kanak outside the courtroom yesterday sort of continuing that argument All right we'll get to that a little bit later on You know he was talking about how all the people had different virgins going on Different versions of their stories And he also said that the government was like cherry picking facts to form a narrative which was set by the 2019 lifetime docuseries surviving R. Kelly which put a lot of these crumbs back into the public eye So what's next then for R. Kelly Well we just wait for his sentencing That hearing is scheduled for May He faces a mandatory minimum of ten years and that can go up to life in prison Now he's also got another federal trial upcoming in Illinois That one involves a producing and receiving a child pornography enticing miners to engage in sexual activity and obstruction of justice And of course yesterday's conviction will definitely hang over that trial when it happens The thing is though I mean R. Kelly was and still is a huge figure in music I mean do you see that changing It's hard to tell right I mean the hashtag new R. Kelly's or grassroots campaign had gotten some success and even more so after that surviving R. Kelly docuseries came out right A bunch of Kelly's music got pulled from radio stations And he was deemed like culturally toxic In recent years such stars such as chance the rapper and Lady Gaga have distanced themselves and apologized for ever even working with him But yeah he still gets millions of listeners I just checked on Spotify and he's listed there as having a 4.8 million monthly listeners there And he still has his stands That's NPR's Andrew limbong Andrew thanks a lot.
"kanak" Discussed on Women on the Line
"Is what Al people women us to To dig yams to build these multi-purpose gardening tools But mostly we spent At time in the in the fields of the of the pioneers nor the moon on diop now staple food. So this is something that i'm wanting to get back to and Yeah this is something that I guess it's kind of been pushed and born out of you know providing food through mutual aid Knowing that you know the food is you know is substantial. But it's not new average it's not nutritionist. To the original body in the original saul and packing those boxes of food. Know every week We'll these colonized items of food. I full of sugar and salt on such polyunsaturated this in You know we have. We have heart disease and diabetes in our community that's out biggest killer So many issues That kind of funnel into this initiative of word of connecticut's also Food justice land justice at sovereignty. It's it's a climate remedy. The land has has been destroyed for very long time and trampled a the soil is completely destroyed in most parts of this country and that was destruction was done pretty early on in the eighteen. Hundreds i'm wanting to You know having pechiney to regenerate a pace of land pieces of land On my grandmother's country Which is japan country and gundi mara country from gary. The grampian all the way down to portland and wonderful Oh to the ways Yeah i believe that. This is a remedy to invasion day. It's a remedy to call an action to remedy to colonial violence. Systemic government violence It's a remedy to the white patriarchy to capitalism. It's a remedy it the remedy that We all need. We need land back We need to have control of al lives. We need our own food. We need to nourish souls embodies their own food and.
"kanak" Discussed on Women on the Line
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"kanak" Discussed on Women on the Line
"Welcome to women on the line and national feminist current affairs programme produced by women and gender non conforming people at three seok meany writer and melbourne on andrea country of the cool nations and costs on the humidity radio network. I'm iris -ly throughout the pandemic laughing called a stay at home during times of viral outbreaks to reduce transmission of the coronavirus. But what are the politics of harm and hyun assumptions in. How does such a simple message. Hi the thousands in housing insecurity more. Broadly abandoned by the government and by justice. How does harm fit into. The reality is truly is on unseeded. Indigenous land that settlers like myself a complicit. In this week we hear from a rico l. e. i can do tomorrow and japan sovereign community activate and member of the lgbtq community. They talk about the politics of hiring. The pandemic including the impacts of restrictions and the politics of fest nations ready generation with the win of kanak land back fundraiser initiative. Setting off a base for revival. I assume fest whether give an experiences of housing insecurity did the stay at home message. Ring somewhat hallway..
"kanak" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"To under the hood. Right here on news radio 1200, w o a. I am doing now Run along with Terry Toller and we are from Cambridge Auto Center, and we've been helping everybody with their calls today. We're going to go right to the phone lines. Let's go to Eric on line one, Eric. Thanks for calling under the house. When we help you today, I'm on I 10 right now. And pressure that has been my my brake lights have been on for the last few 100 Miles. I know the switches back. With that switch because of me to get the D s a light. Also, that's the vehicle stability, assists that be tied in with that to absolutely and what kind of vehicle Oh, I'm sorry. I'm sorry. It's ah, 0 700 Ridgeline. Okay is probably not just a switch. You probably actually have a bump. Stop. If you look on your floor board, you might actually see a little piece of rubber pieces laying down on the floorboard. Okay, There's just a bump. Stop that. You gotta put a little stopper in there. In order to disengage that brake light switch. The switch is probably fine. Okay, I'll check it my next fuel stop. Okay. Thanks a lot. Guys We're listening on. I stumbled on you on the radio going to stand back there, and it's a very good program. Appreciate you listening. Thanks, Erin. Safe travels wherever you might be going, Let's go to Norman Online to Norman things we're calling under the hood out. Can we help you today? Hey, guys. Thanks for taking my call. I have a 2002 GMC sphere of 1500. I have a continuous problem with the A B s light and the emergency brake light both simultaneously occurring on a same time off One dash. Yep, very common problem There, too. You have a bad A B s control module way. We actually have a fix for that. There's a relay inside that module that the satyr joints go bad in and we actually repair him and actually give you a warranty with it, or You spent like 607 $100 and replace the module itself. But if you have the codes polled, it's going to be a B s module related. So okay, uh, cost wise little shop or something like that to 5300 bucks right around there, you know, come with warranties. All right. I appreciate it, guys. No, You're welcome. All right, Norman. Thanks for the phone call. Let's go to pad on line three. Pat. Thanks for calling under the hood. How can we help you today? Hi. Thank you for taking my call This and I have a 2005 Suburban. That's got over 300,000 miles on it, and it Runs just like perfectly except for now it my husband was driving it and it just kind of just kind of wanted to quit, and he just kind of And then you could turn it off and start rack up and go. And it would go like maybe Michael all the way home and then and then the next time you start, it might go 30 FT. Well, now I did that for awhile, and now it's just like starting and going for maybe a few minutes and he replaced the had the fuel pump. Checked, and they said it had pressure and we thought it was ah, the fuel filter. And they said, You know that that had pressure coming from there and So I changed the mass air flow sensor, and it's still doing it. Any ideas. You have a chicken delight on it'll. Yes, he said He did have a check engine on it as he had that scan. We can't get it anywhere way. We drove it short distances, you know, And then it just quit, and we can't really drive it anywhere. We can't go that for one more question when it quits. Does it seem like it's running out of gas or like somebody literally Just reach up? Turn ignition. Switch off. When I did it. It was like it was just like somebody Turned it all you know. So that that that's AH, big help there. If it's fuel related is Kanak likes to run out of gas is going to like, sputter and whatever, and finally do something down. If it's like, literally somebody like reached up, turn the ignition switch off, and that's that. You might have a bad crank sensor. Kind of comment on that and kind of what you're describing. There is probably leaned towards but I want to put any parts on that vehicle till you can get that code scanned. Get the chicken in light scanned on it is going to lead you in the right direction. Okay, Okay. We'll try to just tow it. I guess Then in again really any place in our town. It's just so far to go. We live in a small town for sure. But yeah, even if you get it scanned, or you had a different shop or whatever. You just want a second opinion or just system advice. Give us called the shop would be more than happy to help you. But get the code. Get the code number and I can definitely get you going in the right direction with that. Okay, okay. Okay. Okay. Thank you so much. You're welcome. All right, Pat. Thanks for the phone call. Thanks for listening. Yeah, absolutely. Well, that's gonna do it for today. So, Mike, if you can hope for us real quick, we're going to get to you off the air. You could just.
"kanak" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"I'm Michelle. How are you today? I'm fantastic. How are you? Fantastic. We were talking last time around a couple weeks ago about co parenting and and legal coaching and really interesting stuff. But we'll continue that this time around, but tell us a little bit about Horizons Law group. Right. We help consumers in the state planning, probate, divorce, and, you know, legal separation. Also some financial areas bankruptcy. Foreclosure defense to the loan issues and civil matters. You have a number of lawyers that specialize in those those items, right other areas. Yes, exactly. All right. We were talking, legal coaching and really family facts of a fascinating stuff. Some tips that you give your client's in legal coaching. Let's continuing on that and you call it, you know, how do we get around the basically the toxic Co parenting go ahead from there. Right? Yes. Last episode earlier this month, we talked about it and talk about tactical parenting and so many useful tips like a gone for a couple episodes on that, So definitely go back and listen to bad If you're working with a Cool parents and and could use some tips. But the other other part of legal coaching that we do and a lot of people, don't you know? Well, I can't find the No. This out there. Um, is legal coaching just for the divorce settlement It sells. But before you sign on the dotted line, right, um you think that you and your spouse had worked everything. Oh, you don't want to involve attorneys make things you know. You know, argumentative and disturb things. Do you think you know what you're doing? A new sign, right? Well, then, later later, you're like, Well, why didn't realize that that pension meant that someone was going to have so much more money. In a few years or retirement than me. And you know, Baba, blah and this and that, And so did you talk to anybody you know, before. You signed it like no, No, no, We just work it out ourselves, You know, so it becomes And And at the final hearing for the judgement in Wisconsin, the court commissioner judge always asked, Did you You know, have enough time to consider all these provisions and you understand their final and you want more time and they do ask you that and everyone's ofcourse no, just approve it well, And then anyway, the client that gave me the example recently I said Well, I mean, there's so many attorneys, right? We could, you know, call someone and have a meeting and talk with someone. And, um, the person said that they try. They tried at least three different places, and they told them that it was gonna be the 3000 or 2500, you know, deposit and and that was going to be the cost, whether they want to utilize one hour or the whole case or, you know, so I said, Well, so we have been around doing the throat, You know, 20 years actually, 20 year. Where you could just pay for the hour hour and a half or what have you and get that second opinion if that's what you want, Um or the first opinion, write a review of that. And you know, it's it's surprising that more attorneys aren't offering the service. I know they're still concerns on liability and whatnot. But Honestly, the what the client brings to us. That is their their information so that we don't control that. So if something there, you know, they haven't given us that we haven't given it to us, right? So There there. It's clear they're only getting the coaching services from what they provide. But that said You know, an analysis can be done and very, very useful. So anyway, that client in particular I Oh, my goodness. You know, you could've done a lot of different things with your property division. Lot of clients don't know that pensions. Kanak should be valued. So someone who works for a company and no pensions are, you know less and less common these days, but they're still out there. Definitely used for a lot of public sector jobs, teachers and you know, firefighters and things there used even in some private job still today. And what it is, is the only statement he received a statement that says, you know, when you retire at such and such age, you will have 2300 something a month. Well, what does that mean? Right? So We can send it out for a quick valuation. It's less to $200 to do that and get a number. So it runs actuarial type formula. And then give it a comparison. So it's a girl. You know that that Pension is a valuable into like a $370,000. You know, Ira or for one case, so that's the kind of number they give us back. So Because we all save in IRAs 41 K's for for retirement, right. So that's why you do it, and you're looking for that. Not pay out into the you know, into retirement years like you can sustain. Your monthly expenses while a pension will pay you a monthly amount. They're going toward the most expensive so you won't need to tap into the for one of the areas often so those valuations can be done very, very important that it's the number one most understood issue. When parties are kind of going it alone, you know, in figuring out their own division and divorced your little separation, so that's a big one. The other one that I see that coaching would come into play for people is just an overall review on A division of the home will, you know somebody going to refinance? How's that going to be done? Is there a deadline for that? Um, and then if there's some debt, um can we were there ways that we can have creative solutions to, perhaps to a rollover on an IRA or for a wan Pay off some of this dad and things like that. So There's a lot of, you know, misunderstanding and what can or can't be done. And what's the old saying? That way? We don't know what we don't know, you know? I was going through that I was going to throw one at me. This is good people. So they got a reverse mortgage. Then they defied Decide to divorce all boy Now what do you do? Oh, well, that's you know, it's interesting he's saying happy because You know what do you have A few? You know, when you have called a great divorce, right people that are already retired, and it's really not. You know, they can't really buy out with the other party when they're selling the house. Because the you know you don't have the same income full that you did when you're working, You know, But, you know, recently, um they're just still had a small mortgage left. But the one party that wants to stay in the home. It's actually going to t take a reverse mortgage to be able to pay off that small of existing mortgage and, you know, pay out the half. Value for the other spells that they can you know if there was a sale right? So, But that still leaves the other half the equity for enough that the reverse mortgage company is satisfied that You know, given the age of the party that, uh, there's still comfortable doing the reverse mortgage. So you know, that's just something that maybe people on their own, you know, went to thought of and So, yeah. I mean, your scenario is a little different. Because there you're saying that they're already in that. You know, in that situation? Yeah, I just I just threw that out there just cause I like throwing curves that you, you know that. Yeah, well, you know, and that one to you, You would just look at what is remaining and the equity is a point in time that they Might do that. And then if it's any other assets to offer that so that maybe you could leave that alone. For one spouse, and then maybe their spells receives a different asset or something like that. This well, basically, you know, there's so many variables, and that's why I bring it up in a lot of people. I'll just go online and find out the form. That's really not the way to Koh. I mean, you're really I mean, you really need somebody like you know any attorney that for any of their services. At Horizons Law group and like, he said, the coaching is so important and you've been doing this for a long time. Oh, yeah, 20 years And I mean, you know, you know again, you know, paying three or $400 for a you know array of you. It can be so invaluable to the you know, decisions that are going to affect you for the part of your life. So Yes, It's very, very important before we got a minute or so yet to go, Let's talk a talk a little bit about horizons, Logar, but just give me a little brief synopsis of each one of the one of the services that you provide. Yeah. You know, in Arab these cold in times that are happening in 2020 bankruptcy and some of the dead option. They're so important..
"kanak" Discussed on The Deep Dive Podcast
"Girl. The holidays are back and so is Mac all comma in the movie CISCO LINEAR GIVE TWO THUMBS UP. Now. Mike her rated PG at theaters. Wednesday Kanak Ridge the Curtis MacAulay. Culkin is it in a trump there comes I think it's clunky. I think it's comfy. Do Yeah, so calm was in there and the the plot is very loosely taken from this book, but the the key. Thing I think most people remember when they think what movie is Thomas J play by McCulloch. Kokin dies after going into NFL shocked by sung by Debbie and then it's up to Vega who is in a come skis character to? Navigate this world without her best friend. Determining what death means to her? You know how does she? Come up against all these what we perceive even now as being quote adult motion. So, it's a very like I said. It's a loose connection, but that that means seem is there. And I gotta say it wasn't until I sort of reread I think so blackberries. It occurred to me that like people have an innate fear of bees and Hornets and things like that and it. It never really occurred to me to be afraid of them, but imagine being so deathly afraid of something that could kill you like that, and not just like. Oh I could die by a short. Yeah, I, understand I could walk in Die Shark by, but if this person walks up to their home, and they happened to be near a be like just happened to be nearby, and they get stop. It's just. It's it's your living precariously without even meaning to or like without even the knowing of it, so it's pretty tough. Read even as an adult right because they're. They're these things that you don't expect a child to go through and the there's so migro is. One of those ones that. You Watch it once and it definitely has an impact on It didn't necessarily the highest scores we're talking about six point, nine IMDB metacritic lower to fifty six, but if you happen to want to watch it and knowing Accu what we've talked about if you subscribe to.
"kanak" Discussed on Cardionerds
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"kanak" Discussed on Cardionerds
"You're educated. You're proactive, really high health literacy, and so I think you sort of stumbled upon your own diagnosis thinking about in very rational way, but I wonder how many patients go through these symptoms for weeks for months without ever even seeking medical attention, the diagnosed with diabetes is a pretty major thing to find out about yourself. Do you remember how you? You fell or what you were thinking when you were first realizing that. Hey, you actually have diabetes sounds like he has some perspective from having a family member who had diabetes. How did you take that news in? And what do you think was going on? What was on your mind at the time auditory out because when I was diagnosed with betty the? My head is I hated insolent bulking, but I go on. That did not extend Huffman over, so me on Metformin for men, so I was, said to readjust Howie aid exercise to reevaluate my. Welby and that's what game around in, and said okay after and that's what happened so I got educated with the diabetes a little more and control my inundate sense that exercising. Any advice for us when we're telling someone for the first time that they have a diagnosis like Diabetes Gordon definitely I think you should recommend the. This diabetic glasses that they offer across the country of a major hospitals have them. It is very very bored that this agents go doesn't matter what their background is. The should go look at his diabetic glasses as Long involved about three or four. Each, you what? How do exercise? What what? Food labels. Because most people look at it and say, it's like sugar. Free sugar free does not mean that it doesn't carbs. But most of the people think are sugar free second design diabetic eat that one's open. They need to go to this, so they got a better perspective of how do by the food how they look at the labels at what? They go to restaurants in all what they eat and one of the biggest misconception is know when people say oh, I'm Debbie. That is again this heavy gardens. That's not true. You can eat, but is the portion control. Everything is ocean control. Get him a whole big economic of a Beagle. Adding know personally push until probably makes it more sustainable, also because that you'd have a sweet tooth, but I think controlling. The portions really important you know, and then either because of your own intrinsic positive response to adversity the diabetes education or having had prospective Davies in the past some combination of that what you did next was really nothing short of amazing and truly Eirik. You somehow lost thirty pounds in ended up getting your diabetes under control on just meant form it and I should say we didn't talk about this. When you were first diagnosed with diabetes, your agency was well about eleven getting down to a single agent Mama therapy without insulin. This pretty extraordinary. How did you do it? Like? What did you actually do to lose away? Improve Your lifestyle because he signed just knew something. You do in check off I mean this has to be a paradigm shift in the way you live your life. So what changes did you make? And what were your biggest motivators well? Let's talk about the this motivated. The biggest motivator for me was I didn't want it to end with this diabetic fee. Be All government is as far as the health concern. Later down the road at getting stuck with needles, so that was. Your? Needles all day long, but it's like getting poked as soon. So that was the biggest part of the biggest was this. My wife because she was the motivating factor in a sense how? End Control the high carb foods of this where she went around and started making this low carb foods and she herself eat that, but so because you get them. Did someone's eating French fries agreement? That was I had to be helping in my mind. Diet control as I would say. More of diabetic that control and looked at around online with our edge. We found out what what interests me. These islands obesity. We got the CARB. Diet and exercise walking not rigorous. EXA says victim walking. You know usually by. And Allow. Making such a profound change can be extraordinarily difficult, and you did incredible dot com it actually in the nuclear lab when I spent my mother conduct. We take our daily coffee break. Them, glazed donut to his face, he thousand bucks able to turn coal, which I thought was incredible. We took a lot of coffee north. Highland that maybe the take. As partial. Djibril Bra those crackers, and the first I was he looked at the nutritional facts said. There's no way I can have that. Down without an email hesitation. How can we help? Our patients get similar success. Is there anything you found particularly helpful or you know you mentioned those motivating factors, but if there's someone who's maybe not as intrinsically motivated as as you were starters, there's something that we as physicians can do to help them absolutely what they need to do. We need to show the patients is. I agree emphasizes, but the Davick education is very very born because people don't go there, and they don't understand what what intake of the food does to the body, and they don't know how to lead the labels. Those are the two critical that they should look, and the other thing is. The feminity supports if they're married or have a spouse or significant other. this should also get involved with the patient management here now in a sense because my vicodin within. She had to give up sorry for shift again. Sweets and everything else. Sushi's is no better, betty, but she humidity sneaking it after going to work. Up. The have been. Talking about the conservation of mass..
"kanak" Discussed on Girl At The Game
"At the Sox official Twitter account was that fun to do had you ever really watched that whole series know that's the stretcher last few days is the first time I've ever really watched that strawberries. It's kind of funny when we're doing that was it last Friday with Nelson and then they didn't even show my Innings something like well, I mean special pitch. Yeah, but yeah, I'm not a lot of fun with that and it Saturday night. I came back in game six and and I was doing it by myself. But you know, it's I loved interacting with the people answering questions and you know actually saw that one of my little life. It's made it to the news about the glove so that was kind of cool. Yeah. I was just going to ask you about that obviously because you know players are really partial to their own equipment. You know, you see everyone has a really cool their own custom-made cleats gloves backs. What was it like borrowing someone else's glove when you didn't have yours, especially in such a high pressure situation when dead Want to feel as in your element as possible did that throw you off at all? What was it like to have to make that adjustment? You know, I don't remember real clear now, but I do remember when I opened up my bag and I started unpacking my either, you know, when we got to New York, you know, they they kind of went pack your bag for you, but I looked at my bag. I'm like, huh? This is interesting. I'm like looking around you always look in your neighbor's dog walker to see if your stuff there and I'm like, holy cow. I can't believe I forgot my glove but I guess all the excitement and you have to gain five and as far that win, I would probably had a couple of beers in me. Just kind of got lazy and a good thing Loose Cannon Curtis kanak is glove was really similar to mine. Anyway, so went out there and you know got the job done. Anyways, fortunately. Yeah, it's funny..
"kanak" Discussed on Dazzle Dudes
"So the band slogged game lead through jeter not in the era of big top recording service at some point. Arnold fister the studio operator manager or whatever you was was aired at my side suddenly like an oil league dose sell. This is what the music is I don't recall Carl having heard anything like it. It's very last rock and roll for. What kind of music do you enjoy Arnold? I like like to listen to Mantovani and Guy Lombardo. Liberal races Nice. Sometimes if I'm in a playful mood and Mario Salons that lower sure those are all good musicians. That'd be quite a surprise kind of easy getting here. It's just loud of noise to me. Like wouldn't have paid for mill. Runs the grinders. I suppose the issue was there. Boys named the One. I'm with this string allow Blonde Jesse. He's amazing and he rides most of the songs are he claims he does. I would call that sing He does have a certain soda. Animal Cheer is Matteo Him. I like to have a conversation with some. I'm more. I'm sure he'd be happy to talk to. You may ask what it's about eight nine. Well no offense but I sort of their unofficial official manager me and Fletcher Lafayette and we both try to ease me. Did you say Fletcher Lafayette. He's he somehow how involved in yes. Three sure is an odd tried to help dazzle nudes. Ever since the beginning dead Would as cheese repaid name. Heavy job does yes satellite cinnamon out. So you're familiar reflector Ah His morning radio. He's setting engaging in sophisticated. Her seizure is all all that and more to boot. We're good friends. He'll be here for some of the sessions. You can count on and I will. I'll be carried them minutes until I make like Mr Lafayette's acquaintance. I'd still like to speak to the blonde boy if you must know. I think I may have some recording work. He'd be good at disciplinary action. I pay of Koi. He said the magic words. He's always low money. I'll give them Melissa time to settle in a geeze facilities here in out. Try to be a little bit more open. Ninety about their musical numbers speak with him over. The next few days are mad. I'll let him know. I'm sure he'd love to make some extra money. Hey it sounds like they're about finish that song as well. I have to leave now. I have some business to attend to. Just lock the front door when Y'all leap play. Thank you Mr I arnold will be fun and thank you. Okay thank you Arnold. Wow does sound sound like one. Why gotTa Shea Counter Pretty Good? I mean you never know it from luck Alma this rooms. Yeah really who's not only the gas as just as Yamaha Lane over there and they wouldn't you net saw Kanak tantamount. Who's check the chargers? I'm talking about the acoustic south. I'm just lull. Billy would jeeter talking about Tuesday's in in this case means just the way the room itself sounds when you play is the residents and the way the sound bounces or gets absorbed by the elephants in the space. Ace Laura thanks. God is went to Stereo College sticks. Okay so Jimmy. Would you think well alive got us all pretty good. I guess it was good idea to start something new so we didn't get on down ARY news and sounds that we worked on and so hard at fucking bud cars buzzing asshole or but I got a funny feeling. They're going to be just fine in your house house. So I'll maybe our tapes ain't burda maybe some got Allenby surprise man but anyway remember. We're the dazzled dudes we. We don't quit hail with Carney worthy dazzle role gonNA shovel. You're a one more thing Jimmy. Hi Jessie I'm really sorry. I was missing with the about juggernauts name being from a game Mama play those ugly ugly stupid Joe. I'm sorry man I really shouldn't miss. Would you like that little banks. Thanks Casey. I accept sad. Cure biology cool cool. I mean you know. The truth is really a gathering. Juggling was she was taking off for sure. One time. The judge.
"kanak" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Eight one twenty twenty one sweetjames dot com. I'm ginger Chan and you're on air with Ryan Seacrest on what a two point seven kiss a fan. Thank you ginger, little gloomy and cloudy again this morning. We definitely have that June gloom happening right now, partly cloudy skies letter today, it'll be probably still cloudy, if you're along, the coast, tens, are going to be in the upper sixties out there and mid seventies, if you're more inland right now. It's sixty three in Hollywood. I love. He gets like is. To really like open ahead and you learn new things about the people on the show with Ryan thief. Los angeles. Good morning on hilly number one eight music station. Yes. Of the Hugh. Jews live. Huge. Condensing Gaza stumbling out of buzz follow you through the dark and get enough. Bane, tattoo, and some Bain maybe you know, it's obvious Asuka fully. Good. Circa, full you. Not of buzz. Kit. To some maybe. Asuka fully. A circle for. On the circle. Fully. Stumbling not of buzz follow you through the dark can get enough Bain tattoo and some of bane. Who? Succoth full you. Sucks. I'm a sucker foia. Offend. I got a condo, baby. Garner gets cabin. Drop a town. Just. Then cleo. If you got a pit you if you say. Ben. Just the pose. Right. Lucky? Lucky for you. This. Shrift we go site alert. May be. Make a promise. Brazen. Paris evidence carrots. Tell me who's. Empower. Ben kanak. Just. Deserve the baby. Straw. Lucky for you. Lucky for you..
U.S. Special Forces Battle Against ISIS Turns to Containment, and Concern
"Story came to me from sources within the special forces community, and they told me the story about how they were on a operated in two thousand and ten who's Marsha Afghanistan. There's a huge clearing operation was a big deal in the press at the time, and obviously, a big deal for the military as well that they were clearing through this insurgent stronghold in Afghanistan. It was considered the insurgent capital at the time and a special forces OD, a special forces team from third special forces group was working with the Kanak commandos, who are Afghanistan's national counterterrorism force. They are like they're kind of like their version of tier one their premier counterterrorism team. And Afghan, government of Afghantistan will deploy Kanak and their special forces advisers with them wherever they're needed around the country, then, you know, they're kind of like an you. They could be a quick reaction force. They can go they can go put out fires wherever they need to do that. Well said, so they are down there. Of course, for this big operation down in Marsha. They can't Moorhead they go down to camp bastion, and stage out of there, where the special forces piece of that mission is being run out of the AO be at that camp. It's a obese the advanced operating base, and that's where all the staff officers are where the logistical hub is going to run the whole operation so attached to the ODA that's going out to hit a objective. The objective is thunderdome. They have an attachment to them, and because the ODA's are working on these big large scale operations with the Afghans. They sometimes get attachments, basically there to help them out. And in this case, it was a navy seal a seal sniper, and they told me that it was Gallagher. Okay, gone on this operation with them. So the joint Afghan-American force, they push up to this road intersection, which is objective. Thunderdome. And capture a house there that they're going to use as kind of their staging ground out in the field for this operation, so they come in and captured this area. And chief Gallagher. I'm told was up on the roof with other special forces members. And there's a lot of Afghan national army an guys driving down the road through this road. Intersection to participate in the operation. And they said that chief Gallagher popped off shot at an and one round actually went through the rear window of a high locks embedded in the dashboard, which. Not a great start now. And then throughout the that that day and into the next morning. There was a farmer nearby kind of middle aged guy and whenever there was a lull in the firefight. Whenever there's a low and fighting this farmer would come out with his ho and it start working his land. Farming farming waits for no man war be damned. Yeah. In other another day in Afghanistan, and the interpreter for the team kept telling this civilian like go back inside. It's not safe out here. Of course. Not, and he'd keep coming back out, anytime. There's a law when fire according to my sources.
"kanak" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Future show. So stay tuned each week here before that. Big mama Thornton doing let your tears fall. Baby. You know, big mama Thornton from hound dog. And of course, Elvis recorded hound dog had a huge hit with dog. Well, that's big Thornton song there. This song was credited to Willie Mays Orton with the Bill Harvey band recorded released in nineteen fifty one on peacock records. That's right. I'm professor Michael t with each week at this. Same time on your hometown station. Thunder radio all rhythm and blues. Well, we got one of the king's here this surprise you bit Ray Charles doing it should've been me. Past. Fan hotel. Swear, I gave. Carrie? Kanak who's deputy? Switch cow. That. Dr. A little later. I spotted another. Did she have? That name in my book. Walked up data. Issue. This year. Shadow. I walked to the corner and saw real shop with a three hundred dollars on the dollar hat. Eva standing on the sidewalk by Donna. Voice. Let's go. Me. Real. When that shake it should've been me. Drive that. Bullets and felt okay. At least until I pay this fine. Cafe. I saw guy. Agreed big stake while a witches stood by ice, cream and cake. When. Jay. Raven. Natural. Love those crazy chicks. Kristen. My. The devils. I said. Just. I'm going to try it again here goes, we're getting your heart thump.
"kanak" Discussed on AP News
"Hold the traditional news conference before the ban Super Bowl, performance AP music. Correspondent marches are letter reports. Usually the musicians who do the Super Bowl halftime show will meet with reporters in the days before to give light hearted banter about how they prepared with their favorite teams are that kind of thing. Maroon five will not they did not say why? But the NFL says the artists will let their show do the talking as they prepare to take the stage. This sunday. The move comes as several musicians say they turned down the gig as a show of solidarity with former NFL quarterback, Colin Kanak and his protests against racial inequality. The NFL says it will use social media to show the behind the scenes preparations. Instead, I'm Archie zaraleta? Tyson Foods is recalling more than thirty six thousand pounds of chicken nuggets because they may be contaminated with rubber the US agriculture department says there were consumer complaints about extraneous material in five pound packages of Tyson white meat panko, chicken nuggets. There are no confirmed reports of adverse reactions Rolling Stones guitarist. Ronnie. Wood might have a shot at winning the world's most grueling steeplechase for the first time. With a not, so wild horse, British Grand, national organizers, say woods horse. Sandymount Duke is among one hundred twelve entries that'll be whittled down to forty runners for the race on April. Sixth Sandymount Duke has won ten of thirty races and runs in woods red and white silks race organizers hope would can attend the race near Liverpool because the Rolling Stones don't begin their US tour until April twentieth. Security talks, I'm Tim Maguire. The AP news been at a bipartisan Senate and house conference committee. Started work on finding a compromise on border security in time to prevent another partial government shutdown on February fifteenth, President Trump is still pitching for the five point seven billion dollars. He wants for border walls. Alabama Republican Richard Shelby. We can work together. I think this has been a good start. We've got differences, but we can bridge these differences twenty two states had temperatures below zero this morning. The coldest spots include Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan and Illinois at least eight deaths are blamed on the severe polar vortex. Luis Maldonado tells W Y yo you he wouldn't going to be leaving his home in Pennsylvania's just to to cold. French bites and when I used to stay home, definitely. Hot chocolate searches and Alaska have found airplane, debris as they look for a medical plane that went missing with three people on board..
"kanak" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Two two five. Jasmine is in Charleston, South Carolina. Hi jasmine. How are you? How are you? Dave better than I deserve. What's up? So currently my husband, and I are baby step two, but he's in the military, and it's coming down to the wire to pick his retirement plan. So we can either go with the blended retirement system, or we can check with the regular TSA pain. We have to make that decision in a few months. And so I was wondering if you know what one would be better for us. TSP stick with that. And but but don't put anything in it right now to get out of by we've stopped all the contributed shins to it. Here's the reason it's much like having a company pension plan versus having a 4._0._1._K the 4._0._1._K. You put all the money and not counting the match and the growth. Okay. But when you leave the company, you can roll that to an IRA, and you take it with you, you control what it's invested in the company pension in this case, the government plan, the military is not controlled by you. And you don't take it with you all I'm by the way with the company, pension or the military when you die dies with you. You can pick joint survivor if you want to take lesser payment and your spouse, get some delay die. But ultimately when you're both gone, it's gone. When you roll your money out of your 4._0._1._K or your TSP in your case. It's there's a million dollars in there for your kids. It doesn't die when you. And so it comes out better for while you're alive and while you're dead. If you invest it well to pick for a one K versus company, pension or TSP versus government benefits plant, and they've brought the blended down to reflect that it used to be that the military was so strong on retirement that offset that and you went with the military retirement anyway because it was really you yacht both. But I'm I'm just loving you being in control. That's what I like and urine control, and it doesn't die with you. And that that always is going to help you move into more money aletha is with us in Memphis highly. How are you Dave? How are you better than I deserve? What's up? They I don't know how to get my husband on board. We've been the financial peace university. Couldn't get him to cut up his credit card. Then finally got to wear. Okay. He got an opponent where I paid off his protocol. He cut it up. Hey toes to get another credit card, and that's not his problem. His problem is cars. He is. He has an he's he's just he's a big did to buy new cars. He bought a we van in in November fourteen that we didn't need so I'll more expensive than cocaine, right? It is more this cocaine 'cause he turned around in December fourteen got a Cadillac. Okay. Then Jill fifteen the next year. He wanted to trace van on a truck. So with the vans. They'll be a new we upside down twenty thousand dollars got added to the truck. Chevrolet. He should own a company by now. Dave, you don't know the half of it. We had to Kanak stop stop was being at this level of stupid in any area of my life. My marriage would not be going. Good because my wife would not be okay with this level of stupid in any year. And then best deal, not helping you might have. He told me a new dies that's coming out. And I knew what a new dodge truck dodge, bright a dodge truck, and he's looking at all the bills and whistles of it. And that's how he starts every time. You thought about researching these vehicles and next thing. No, he's gotta have it. Gotta have it. Gotta have it. And is always this the mass one. Here's what I would tell you sit down to marriage counseling, my experiences. This it starts out as a mild level of aggravation. Which is kinda sounds like where you are right now. You're like disgusted your role on your eyes. You're like this is ridiculous. It starts out at that level. But at some point it turns into real deep worry for you where you like wake up at two o'clock in the morning on a cold sweat. And then it goes from worry to a level of anger that you cannot recover your marriage from the switch flips..
"kanak" Discussed on WTVN
"So I'm curious when you look at the jackets just do a little celebration for us Adkinson Jones both headed to the all star game. That's pretty cool stuff. Well deserved. You know Atkinson is probably one of the best goal scorers in the National Hockey League right now. And you know, he's up there with mcdavid Ovechkin. And then Seth Jones I'm glad he was supposed to go through six orange. You went in this place while the best defense in the league and quietly. You don't overlook but in this metropolitan division team? Well recognized so good to see suffering Campbell school. Yeah. For sure. And that's you mentioned of education there. He's going to stand down says his body just needs a little bit of rest is that a is that a pretty big bummer or is that been something that the league is seen over time? When it comes to the all star game. Okay. Lacrosse before went to four. He's only four games, but it's been due to injury. He says, you know, he had those concussion problems Ovechkin I'm kinda bombed at that. I mean, you know, he's an. He's a superstar recognize all over the world. There's gonna be a five day break for him going into that all star game, you he can go to the beach. Come home gory all star game. It's a big deal for San Jose to have that game member when he was here in Columbus. We wanted to see all the star that we did part of his gig is to be there. And it's not like it's a grueling game. It's an exhibition. It's a showcase it's it's it's a chance for everyone to see him in a relaxed atmosphere. So I think it's too bad. Of course, he's going to have to sit out one game miss first team. That's the rule. Member torched it that a couple of years ago. Yup. So yeah, I think it's a bummer. Yeah. I it struck me as a big time bomber. And I mean, I'm not like super deep into that hockey culture. But I mean when you get to all star timing. I mean, that's the fun of you wanna see the big dogs come out, and you want to see some some guy's escaped around in kind of drinking in. But also see what they got. Yeah. Cold around. There is there's you know, promos suits, but those guys have a blast. And I was surprised if into a couple I was shocked to see how much fun they have together as a group, you know, they get to go to the dinner party their families there. There's a lot of pride. So yeah, exactly. It's more of a showcasing relaxed fun event for the National Hockey League. I got you. I got you what we moved back to the jackets now when you look at where we army we finished twenty eighteen on a pretty high note winning six of seven down the stretch. But is there much margin for error for the jackets moving forward? You know, what there's not much, but this is a good team team. It's so far. The halfway point. But they position themselves. Well, they've been through some good tests. And I think that's what we're looking at here. This is one of the top tier teams in the National Hockey League. Now, they're the one of the youngest in the league. They don't have one rookie tells us that you know, they've been through some things there's some room for air. But I think there's this team needs to be tested a little more than they will be down the stretch. But I think they're ready to handle it. Really just get prepared for the for the postseason. I think that that's where this team's focused to be right now, stay healthy and prepared because you know, they've done some good things. And that's it. To me. It always seems like anytime I get going talking hockey with anybody. It's right to the goalie. It's right to Bob. It's right to you know, can he get it done this year? Can can can we save the net and all those things because like one goal here, or there is a huge impact? When it comes to the final score. Yeah. You know, players not doing very well right now. So, but they they haven't needed it. They used the Broschi. They've winged on him quite a bit. Look for him to back off on a few games or maybe coca solid get to play. Okay. You know, look purple Brodsky to dial up his game. He's he's been here. Two jackets, and he will have to be you'll answer the this playoffs. He's the guy that he he's the guy that always wants to veteran put those those stories that at rest, so he'll do that. But you know, I think that it's it's such a coup. So part of the game. Yeah. They've got confidence from Bob's in that. Yeah. I I haven't seen too much Jodi in the way of the Subbiah moments from towards I mean, he seems like he's been fairly calm or am. I just not paying attention. No. He's been good good on top of this team. And that's what he's you know. That's what he does. So well, I'm so press going into the Christmas break because you know, you've got a team that's playing the New Jersey Devils, the New York Rangers, and you're kind of thinking, okay. I can't wait to get a break. He had them thinking they were playing hockey, plenty great. But he he dialed up the urgency and and coming out of the break the same thing I understand what those points against the metropolitan division of crucial in April. So he is on top. He understands he's motivating. He's got guys going. He's looking for more guys get going. So now, he hasn't been crazy. You're not seeing any highlight reel the no, no. But you know, he he's been very very good on top of those guys. Yeah. Well, that's that's good. Because you know, when you talk about no rookies, the guys kind of know the drill and sometimes that's good. It's comfortable, and they know hey, coach is going to do it. We got to deliver. Sometimes it gets too comfortable. And that's when guys get lazy. So it's it's good to hear that. That's not happening. Yeah. And you know, no rookie sing is important. I think the most important. They have been through the disappointment of last year's class. They've been through the startled. Susan. That's so brutal that Onate stunt group. There's the thirty gather you're seeing Kanak growing up right in front of us. You know, he's the guy that was a family toss wants to hand this room over goes guy. He's getting close. He's still not there. There's moments where they take over the torch. Got it we understand. We don't know if we don't need to hear right now. But it's not quite there. And hopefully by the end of the season, this you're like, okay, we understand we you want. We're going to carry this hold each other to that standard ourselves. Well, you'll notice the cheers are getting little louder pass football season. So we and Jodi we appreciate your take as always hope we talk again soon. All right. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Jody Shelley your color analyst for your Columbus. Blue jackets on NewsRadio six ten WTVN,.
"kanak" Discussed on WTVN
"Good good. So I'm curious when you look at the jackets just do a little celebration for us Adkinson Jones both headed to the all star game. That's pretty cool stuff. Well deserved. You know Atkinson is probably one of the best goal scorers in the National Hockey League right now. And you know, he's up there with mcdavid Ovechkin an Jones, I'm glad he was supposed to go through was six orange. You went in this place. It's one of the best defense in the league and quietly. You don't overlook, but in this metropolitan division team, they'll well recognized Campbell school. Yeah, for sure, and you mentioned a veteran there. He's going to stand down says his body just needs a little bit of rest is that a is that a pretty big bummer or is that been something that the league is seen over time when it comes to the all star game. Okay. Look Crosby went to four. He's only been four games due to injury says, you know, he's had those concussion problems. Yeah. Ovechkin I'm kinda bombed at that. I mean, you know, he's an. He's a superstar recognize all over the world. There's gonna be a five day break for him going into that all star game. No, he can go to the beach. Come home Gauri all star game. It's a big deal for San Jose to have that game member when he was certain Columbus. We wanted to see all the stuff that we did part of his gig is to be there. And it's not like it's a grueling game. It's an exhibition. It's a showcase it's it's it's a chance for everyone to see him in a relaxed atmosphere. So I think it's too bad. Of course, he's gonna have to sit out one game. A miss first team. That's the rule. Member torched it that a couple of years ago. So yeah, I think it's a bummer. Yeah. I it struck me as a big time bummer, and I mean, I'm not like super deep into that hockey culture. But I mean when you get to all start timing. I mean, that's the fun of wanna see the big dogs come out, and you want to see some some guy's escaped around in kind of drinking in. But also see what they got. Yeah. Cold around. There is there's you know, promo suits. But those guys have a blast. And I was surprised if into a couple I was shocked to see how much fun they have together group. You know, they get to go to the dinner party up their families there. There's a lot of pride. So yeah, exactly. It's more of a showcase in relaxed event for the National Hockey League. I got you. I got you what we moved back to the jackets now when you look at where we army we finished twenty eighteen on a pretty high note winning six of seven down the stretch. But is there much margin for error for the jackets moving forward? You know, what there's not too much. But this is a good team this team so far. The halfway point. But they position themselves. Well, they've been through some good tests. And I think that's what we're looking at here. This is one of the top tier teams in the National Hockey League. Now, they're the one of the youngest in the league. They don't have one rookie. So that tells us that you know, they've been through some things there's some room for air. But I think there's this team needs to be tested a little more than they will be down the stretch. But I think they're ready to handle it, and they're raising really just get prepared for the for the postseason. I think that that's where this team's focus should be right now, stay healthy and prepare because you know, they've done some good things. And that's it. And to me, it always seems like anytime, I get going talking hockey with anybody. It's right to the goalie. It's right to Bob. It's right to you know, can he get it done this year? Can can you know, can we save the net and all those things because like one goal here or there is a huge impact when it comes to the final score. Yeah. You know, we look. Players not doing very well right now. But they haven't needed it. They use the Broschi. They've winged on him quite a bit. Look for him to back off on a few games sewer may be solid get to play. Okay. You know, look purple Brodsky to dial up his game. He's he's been here. So blue jackets any will have to be you'll answer the bell this playoffs. He's the guy. He's the guy that always wants to do better and put those those stories that at rest, so he'll do that. But you know, I think that it's it's such a crucial part of the game. Yeah. They've got confidence involves in that. Yeah. I I haven't seen too much Jodi in the way of the Subbiah moments from towards I mean, he seems like he's been fairly calm or am. I just not paying attention. No. He's been good good on top of this team. And that's what he's you know. That's what he does. So well, I'm so press going into the Christmas break because you know, you've got a team that's playing the New Jersey Devils, the New York Rangers, and you're kind of thinking, okay. I can't wait to get a break. He had them thinking they were playing hockey plenty of grace. But he he dialed up the urgency, and and coming out of the break the same thing you understand what those points against the metropolitan division of crucial in April. So he is on top. He understands he's motivating. He's got guys going. He's looking for more guys get going. So now, he hasn't been crazy. You're not seeing any highlight reel moment. No waiting for. No. But you know, he he's been very good. And on top of those guys. Yeah. Well, that's that's good. Because you know, when you talk about no rookies, the guys kind of know the drill and sometimes that's good. It's comfortable, and they know hey, coach is going to do it. We got to deliver. Sometimes it gets too comfortable. And that's when guys get lazy. So it's it's good to hear that. That's not happening. Yeah. And you know, no rookie thing is important. The most important. They have been through the disappointment of last year's class. They've been through the startled. Susan. That's so brutal that Onate stunt group. There's the thirty together we're seeing Kanak growing up right in front of us. You know, he's the guy that was a family toss wants to hand this room. Over goes got he's getting close still not there. There's moments where they take over the torch. We it we understand. We don't know if we don't need to hear right now. But it's not quite hopefully by the end of the season. This feels like okay, we understand we want. We're going to carry this whole each other to that standard ourselves. Well, you'll notice the cheers are getting little louder pass football season. So we and Jodi we appreciate your take as always hope we talk again soon. All right. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Jody Shelley your color analyst for your Columbus. Blue jackets on NewsRadio, six ten WTVN, traffic and weather in a minute. Let's get into the newsroom, I Scott Jennings.