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"kate state" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

Learn Astrology with Mary English

04:07 min | Last month

"kate state" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

"She also mentioned in her biography that Jerry had to drive to the hospital. Mets had there, so he had time to get there after her appointment. He was there when she was boone Blah Blah Blah and again that's. I put it down as. Possibly in the afternoon. Don't knife shark. Now Kate State birth. In her biography, she writes that she was born on the first day of a bus strike in Liverpool, and her mother says that, so she doesn't say in the book. What is her own day to both? Which sometimes people do when they were, but she didn't, and she says that she was born on the first day of the bus strikes. That took me Walter to finally because when you Google it and you put data, Bertha Kate mechanic comes up is the fifth of March my to sixteen, but no other reference to wear that date has randomly come from. It comes up as a google on Sir but. But no link to where that might be well, the independent just conduct with the person themselves, and she says in her book that her mother not that she was born in the first day of the bus star can differ pull so I went to the parliamentary records and their debated in parliament. The date that the bus strikes started. Unfortunately, they keep saying his x amount of weeks before that discussion in parliament, so I've plumbed four the eleventh of March Science cates now all of this Madelynn states, birth and kate data, but what matlins day breath. We know Kate's date of birth is not hundred percent. But it's definitely march. Nineteen. Sixty eight and the strike started on the eleventh of March and if she says she was born, the eleventh of March then that's the date of coach tied to find these things. It's easy identify. It came up with a fifth based just, but he was boy. Beth do surveys watch when the fifth March. ooh crikey. except I was born in Sixty but I don't think it's the fifth march, because the amount of weeks straight would be on when the discussions coming up and parliament wouldn't be. The first discussion was six weeks after it started and the strike itself is poster lasted for eleven weeks another discussion in parliament about it, so it's appropriately not the beginning of March sentinel earlier in case, so that's where I've got these charts from. So, let's start with. Jerry's. Charts. Is Stat cancer ascendant sun in Chinoy in the Eleventh Moon in Virgo, conduct you innocent Pluto's. the moons under stress there with two planets conjunction it to outer planets. So this is somebody who is emotionally under the stress of. Their generation. As Helen squares in the chart and there's a yard and the your pointing to more as The your disappointing to Sutton in the ninth house. An cancer sentence very family orientated. They do of a reasonably. Big Family I'm. To just check. I think she's got some twin sisters. Did they happen? Yeah, other children. I'm. Boom. Let me just pose. Know will ever had the twins I haven't had any children after having. The twins have had the twins a little bit after. GAMBETTA model so the only siblings she has but Diet has a cancerous sentencing. Family's very important. He's gymnast his now. We need to pay attention to this. The sign that Mercury's in because diet has. Sign Gemini, and Mercury and cancer and Mercury's in the twelve which. Isn't that how helpful for what has happened to?.

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"kate state" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:32 min | 3 months ago

"kate state" Discussed on 790 KABC

"You have been listening to champions of justice with Tom Girardi and Jim o'callaghan our guest today author and attorney James on our topic has been the Supreme Court its purpose its history its make up its future as you can tell get the latest details on covert nineteen Rono virus here G. ABC Los Angeles Orange County San Calif sixty two Los Angeles to report corona virus update New York remains the epicenter of the Colbert nineteen outbreak in the U. S. correspondent Christina less she says the impact of the disease remains staggering the way that you drew home of the New York governor frames this is that New York can control the beast because hospitalization we've seen stabilizer I see you admissions are stabilizing as well but two thousand people in New York state are still walking into hospitals around the state Hey and then the number of deaths still refuses to calm down beaches in Jacksonville Florida have reopened with limited hours and social distancing being reinforced this resident is happy about the easing of restrictions thank you we all live on it and so it's been tortured to be looking at it and not be able to be out here there are now more than seven hundred fifteen thousand confirmed cases of corona virus in the U. S. I'm in Kate's states are working on plans to get their economies up and running at some point as governors and mayors start thinking about re opening businesses Caitlyn rivers of the Johns Hopkins center for health security is helping them make the best decisions to keep their citizens safe we will all continue to use great hand hygiene we will all need to continue wiping down high tech service says like the handle bars at the grocery store we'll all be wearing non medical fabric face mask the epidemiologists at different regions have different priorities but they can all take safety measures while enabling varying amounts of economic activity to resume what is the general probability of transmission in different settings and to what degree cannot rest you lower through mitigation measures Steve cast about New York the U. S. Canadian border will remain closed to non essential travel for another thirty days Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau says the ongoing shut down we'll keep people on both sides of the border safe during the Copa nineteen outbreak I'm in Kate's just write talk radio seven ninety KABC news at twelve oh two I am time loading remember Michael Cohen president trump's ex lawyer and ex friend some people called a fixer well multiple reports this morning that well Michael is out of prison utilizing is corona virus get out of jail free card Cohen is working both so firstly on a tell all book that he wants to spring on the president just before the election the monstrous impacted the corona virus outbreak has had on the LA economy cannot be exaggerated more than half of LA county residents fifty five percent don't have a job right now air travel LA axes dropped ninety five percent during all of this the biggest drop in flights in Los Angeles International Airport history LA mayor Eric Garcetti has announced that he'll lead more street medical teams to help the homeless and if you're not homeless but you'd like attest to the L. A. fire department's going to set up pop up clinics next week to test your really quickly.

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"kate state" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

11:43 min | 7 months ago

"kate state" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"Everybody. Everybody hates Hugo thumbs up. I like I like the I I I think you know. This is Hugo dealing with the hatch. I'll I'll try to not give explanation those just straight from the heck. Yes and and mark these down because we're GONNA have the numbers sandy by the time you meet them mark. Yeah Mark. Down Markham Down Arkham Tugay Barna run a thumbs up. Everybody hates Hugo season. Okay fire plus water season two down Dave season two to up three minutes season to woo. Oh God that's the Mike Michael Dawson. But I really didn't like explain anything saying wow down. Oh my God future argument in the making a Mike blooms favorite episode every man for himself season three. Oh Oh wait I. This is tough because I don't necessarily remember the. I'll give you the context if it's the season three sawyers in the cage flashbacks. He's got the he's he's in prison. And then he got up my favorite line and laws to you of that one. TRICIA Tanaka is for years eight Josh. I'm giving it better. Expose expose is a kitchen Horowitz June. That's an UP D. O. C. which is A son flashback. Jen's mother blackmails. Yeah I think that's right and I believe it's the one where son is going to find out. That Jin is the father but that means that she's maybe Diane the island that gets an up. Greatest hits up the file charlie pace slash data that overrides fire plus water the economist starring site to rise amazing straightened flash forward assassin hair. ooh I guess. Invited capacity gives enough. It's a season four episode and I do enjoy season for across the board all right so to speak to the Kwan's again and to return to season for GE on a consistent horrible yeah. I love John Up Yeah. I think that that's another. We'll see however oh I've reevaluate the one. I'm I'm looking forward to that. Their final season for credit is something Nice Back Home Jack has appendicitis. That's that's down. beat it it's got its moments for sure the lie the second episode of Season Five. It's mostly spent in that flash forward university even though that is now are present and and a hurley throws a hot pocket at Ben. Linus this sort of the big deal from that SORTA like the up what they were doing there with at least catching us up to what happened right. Season Five's types. This place is death. which is the fight one of the final things at the soon to be late although we will not meet until I think twenty twenty one charlotte Lewis? This says. Her final words are actually. I believe I'm not supposed to have chocolate before dinner. I have no idea what anything that happens on that so besides Charlotte dying. Yeah so on that. Are you a fan or not. Oh God you really hold my feet to the fire of things. I'm going to be completely oppositional about. That's right now. Yeah time on this capsule Mike Love. I love the freighters Charlotte I mean they love Charlotte enough to bring her over for once upon a time and a starring role that Charlotte never did it for for me on the island someone to go down all right. Well I'm just GONNA force your thumb up on this one even if it's trending down he's are you which is the episode of season five where he gets tied up to a tree and a jungle ongo of mystery Sawyer is trying to cover for him as best as he can. William Sanderson plays an interrogator in the Dharma initiative and went side asks who's that Guy Sawyer tells excite you and then they make site take like LSD truth serum and he starts freaking out in the middle of the jungle and then he shoots baby Ben Linus in the stomach because he thinks that maybe that's going to change the future but he's wrong. Say Shooting Betty Ben Linus at least makes it interesting episodes so get the APP a top ten undeniably top ten episode of lost or at least like a top fifteen episode of lost the variable the Daniel Barrett deficit. Yeah I love that twist. So that's up for me. This is probably a down right. What Kate does season six what Kate does how about Dr Lioness old thumbs up I like I like a Benz is one of my favorites flash sideways stories? I mean I have a soft spot in my heart for it. Everybody loves Hugo in the in the final season of this is after happily ever after after desmond has been revealed to like know what's going on in the flash sideways needs trying to wake early up. Anything happen on island. That's interesting I yeah. Hurley blows up the The Black Rock you could yeah. He was a lack rock. And I'll give it an what I'll give it a thumbs up because I think for symmetry them doing both. Everybody hates Hugo and everybody loves. Hugo is fun And then the final credit for kids. This Horowitz is what they died for the penultimate episode of lost. It comes after across the sea and this is the one where Jack volunteers contribute to become the new protector of the island. Yeah that's going to get a thumbs up just for the mythos of it. All so the final tally at least from Mike Blooms perspective is six thumbs down and fifteen thumbs up. That's a really good ratio. And the reason why I wanted to do this exercise. This is for some reason I think. Kids us in Horowitz or really unfairly associated with their episodes are not the best on on loss that they're often associated with some of the episodes that skew towards the thumbs down and I think this exercise proves that narrative to be false. Sure we're GONNA talk about their first effort here born to run and is going to be the best episode of loss you've ever discussed definitely not. Is it a little better than it gets credit for. I absolutely think so and I also think as far as view knowing that historically this is where they start this is where they're cutting their teeth on the characters. There's impressive character work. That's done in here. They are the people responsible for. Are you all everybody's in in fire with water. So they're they're all but they're also responsible for greatest hits and for Tricia Tanaka yes and Tricia Tanaka. I know divisive episode where. There's some people rave about it. I E me and some people trash it I e former you. I know that you have changed your mind. Is Tricia Tanaka Agnostic. At this point I'm waiting I'm waiting to reinvestigate it. I ns ranking of every episode of lost from back in the day had Tricia Tanaka the second worst episode of lost Solely moly even worse than to run. Yeah worse than born to run. I think that I don't have the exact quote in front of me but it was something to the effect of like if you needed a better metaphor for lost spinning. Its wheels in the third season. Look no further than Tricia Tanaka. I think history has a has proven much kinder to Tricia Tanaka which I believe I have as the fixed best episode of loss of all time recent. How badly made top ten? I remember that up but I think like what Kate does. That's a lower tier episode of law. So they've got fire plus water and what Kate does or lower tier episodes of but they also have tricia Tanaka which is at least controversial if not skewing towards the upswing expose which I know it controversial but when she would it's like the same thing basically you love it you love it or you hate it and I certainly love it. They have a few episodes under their belt. That are not my favorite episodes of loss but they are also responsible for some really amazing episodes of the show. Greatest Hits is is unbelievable episode of lost relitigate. Everything that we just said. Even when your thumbs down's Mike. I would have as a very decisive thumbs up in three minutes. So we're starting to. Kids isn't Horowitz. Eric you're with born to run so it's historic for that reason if nothing else and it's also also a historic episode Mike in that. We're introducing a new character to the law on ours. This being born only a couple of weeks after Aaron. I should also mention in the list that we're going through. I just realized that it looks like between born to run three minutes. And greatest hits. Kids isn't Horowitz. The penultimate episode of every season is going to be there sort of go to for a while which I think is a very interesting job to take. It's a good. I mean that's a hard job. That's talk about this episode that I think it's it's a really tough position I think. If we're comparing those other two episodes I would say that born to run probably does the worst job in being penultimate episode but I I sympathize with their position position considering what they have to ramp up to do in the season. Finale I think for me I wow they really do a ton of penultimate todd there. So do the season one penultimate they do the season two penultimate they do the season three penultimate they do the season or penultimate they do not do the season five penultimate but they do the season six ultimate. That's that's crazy. These are our guys. The setup the setup in the Lindelof cues the closers so wowed. Tough GIG tough Geoghegan born to run. It's a fairly forgettable episode of lost but as we discussed with the greater good much in the way that like I felt like it's definitely important that we we have a boon fall at episode. And I think the results were mixed between you and I on the success of the Boone fallout episode. I think it's important that you have a raft setup episode because it's obviously really important for the events exodus that the raft launches and so the raft has to launch with a little bit of a time crunch behind and so. This is the episode. That has that time crunch and it makes a lot more sense to me that this episode this piece this place should focus on someone like who is going to be impacted very differently from anybody else by these events You could've you could've framed the boone stuff on a few different people that I think probably would have made more sense than saieed but it's hard for me to picture anybody who makes more sense to focus on for the raft launch. Other than. Maybe Mike Walsh again. Do they have a really rich story to play here. In terms of that wrath launch may maybe not but with Kate they get found to jail. This is a big deal her getting on the raft and that being the story point for her makes a lot of sense for me as we're trying to explore in the course of one hour. Okay we've built the second raft. It's probably going to be ready in a couple of weeks. Hey just kidding gotta be ready to go tomorrow. Frankly yesterday. Yeah and what I would say a is I think at least quite honestly. The flashback is my favorite part of this episode. We're we're probably do a lot of comparisons between born to run and whatever the the case may be and I think one thing that episode definitely has above that is either. This is a much more. Valuable flashback to the characterization of Kate I would say this is probably actually the most important important. Kate flashback of the three. We've seen so far. I noticed I said back into Boo Larosa that that might have been our best kate flash back but I don't know there's there's a lot of good stuff in the flashback. I understand what you're saying with the on island urgency. It doesn't really work for me as we're going to hit into just because I feel like while Kate State is so important for like that first third of the episode the poisoning stuff kind of muddles things for muddies the water a bit and then we do actually get her tied back into the main plot later. But I do see your point that I think this along with the greater good at least from a skeleton skeletal perspective is able to try to set things up. Try to throw that ball up in the air so that once again to exodus and we have a deadline and then didn't jail. Danielle Rousseau comes out and gives us another deadline. We have logic as to why we end up needing to do the things we do in the finale. Yeah I actually really like a lot of stuff. I think the on island seven this episode certainly as a comparison whatever the case may be really not even close just as to which one I prefer. It's definitely born to run so I have whatever the case may be really low. I had that as I believe a two point one on the scale a four zero to four point two. This will be higher than that for sure and my question is I currently have it just to tip tip the hand. I haven't had a two point seven seven right now. My ooh. It's much tied to Saieed Gary Delight yes with the greater good yes. I haven't currently tied with the greater good and much.

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"kate state" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

11:02 min | 1 year ago

"kate state" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"That's the way to get a hold of me and many of you have found that so nice. So let's jump to this one. This is what from shandra who says Kate I live in Seattle. I listened to your show, and you would not believe the weather up here. The roads are icy and the people I think don't even realize the way they're driving which in some ways is shocking because it's not like we never get that kind of weather, and I just hope people start to pay attention to what's going on. We got tons of snow. It's incredibly. Cold here in Seattle as I hear the people lament in the mid west. Hey, hey, I want you to know, you're not alone. We're getting that stuff on the west coast to the west coast. California. It's been cold and rainy and there's been mudslides in some areas. It's really really rough. And of course, yes. The midwest socked with different kinds of bone chilling temps. It's like, I'm colder than you are are use cold as I am. It's sort of like that comparison thing I'm going to one up you on what's happening on how cold it is. And then we got this one from Gregory who says Kate with all of the scuffle over the Super Bowl and everything else that's going on with the wall and the state of the union address. And I know you're a content Curators. Did you see the story about Liam Niessen? And I wonder if this is going to hurt him at all based on where we are. Now these days in society, even though he apologized for his. For his words. I don't know that you can take them back. And I'm wondering what you think about what happened with with Liam. And all the reporting of what he said about a friend who was raped, and I wonder if there is a way for him to overcome that. Or is he going to be another casualty, and I don't know. Should he be or not is really the question? All right for people who don't know. And you probably have no idea what you might not have any idea what he's talking about. What happened is the famous actors, you know, him from gosh, tons of things taken that whole franchise and a bunch of other movies. He he had a friend that. Was raped and he talked about being just distraught over it. And he he did an interview. And he said he wants sought revenge for this loved ones attack by searching for a black person to kill. So who did he give this interview to it was an interview with the independent, and he said, there's something primal God forbid, if you've ever had a member of your family hurt under criminal conditions, and no one ever heard the story before he said, she handled the situation of the rate for the most extraordinary way, but my immediate. And this is what he was saying he was being real. And he said he was insane with rage. My immediate reaction was I asked did. She know who it was. No, what color were they she said, it was a black person. And he said he went up and down areas with the nights hoping to be approached by someone I'm ashamed to say. And I did it for a week hoping some black beep. Would come out of a pub, and I'd have a go and they'd have a go at me. You know? So that I could kill him. And those statements it now, you know, in this interview come out and he's saying he looks back at it. And he says he has shame and regret. It's horrible. When I think that I thought that I've never admitted that nine saying to a journalist God forbid, so he's you know, that's what he said. He was just being honest. He was telling the story he said that that shouldn't have happened. But poof, he puts it out there. And then it blows up all over the place. And he says look at grew up in Northern Ireland in the troubles. Meaning there's so many, and I took the show to Ireland. In fact, we may go back in April. But we took the showed Ireland and went to Belfast and saw what it was like between the Catholics and the Protestants still and what it was to live behind gates, and what it was like to live on the other side. And that's what he's saying. He said. He he referred to that problem where they wanted to split from the UK for me United Ireland all that stuff. And he said he understood the need for revenge, but at least two more revenge more killing violence violence all that stuff, but he never elaborated on when the rape happened or any of that kind of stuff and the interviewer course requested a follow up interview with the Schindler lists star. Who is in the midst of a press tour for his new film, cold pursuit to discuss it further. And of course, he declined because this absolutely exploded all over the place and Twitter users were very forgiving him. They just blasted him all over the place. People. The reaction was how ridiculous is this? And would he have that same energy? If the attacker was why he doesn't realize what he was doing was racist. He just thinks it was revenge. She still thinks killing any black person would be for revenge. Those are the kind of comments that were flying around out there even more extreme than that. And the answer is does he get blacklisted in some way in the industry in the movie industry disease? Passover what happens I can't answer that question. He's doing a mea culpa, but he's in the middle of this press junket, and you wonder because I think this just gets bigger if that stops if that gets cut off, and and then it's just one of those re. He keeps apologizing and is it accepted or are their problems with him as he moves forward in this career. That's exploded on him. You know, where he's lately in the last decade really had a very very big career. Then I got this one from Martin who says Kate I know that you've learned to fly a plane. I believe you certainly have flown in small planes. Did you see the story about the plane that crashed into that house in California during the Super Bowl? How sad was that story? The pilot and the four people inside were killed, and there was debris that shot out all over the neighborhood and affected some of the neighbors as well. It's very sad. Sad story. It is a sad story of I am aware of it. I saw some of the aftermath today where you saw the explosions and some of the neighbors. Houses with the windows out. And there. You know, a propeller was in the street, and you and people had video of this plane that exploded in the air fell down in your Belinda. And it was a twin engine Cessna that crashed the fire. Fires got a call. And it was about two o'clock in the afternoon. And of course, they scrambled out there. And there was one firemen who got injured and was hospitalized. As a result of that. There's video everywhere because people are out there. Neighbors were out there with their cell phones taking images, and there was one that should have propeller plane debris across the driveway. And a man also with a hose dousing something that was burning that was on the street. He had a garden hose and very sad. Imagine that families. They're just nestled in this neighborhood. And poof, the plane goes down happens to hit their house, and that's it. And they were there watching the Super Bowl. It's terrible. And I have learned to fly. I don't have my own plane, and I've only I don't have a license. I've thought about that. And I've flown many times. But I know that there's so many safety checks, and so many things, but there's still things that can happen. And I don't I don't know what happened at this point. They're still looking into that as to what caused that plane to go down. And of course, it was just a sadly that house that happened to get hit wouldn't it have been great if the plane had gone down in a field somewhere. But boy that just did not happen. And here's this one from how Kate state of the union. What do you think is Donald Trump gonna one up Nancy Pelosi? She'll be right over his shoulder. Well, one up in what way is what I what I'm I ask you. He's going to talk about the wall. I'm sure the necessity for a wall he'll talk about. Funding ill talk about immigration that is got to be top on on the list. Among other key pieces of legislation moving forward or broad strokes on where he wants to see the country go or focusing on bipartisanship. The that could be what the focus is to because people are thinking won't be that way. So there would be kind of not a curveball necessarily that that would be something that could be thrown out. Besides the five point seven billion for the wall. Even though that's God. It'd be a piece of of what's contained in it. And I'm very very curious to see what comes up of the state of the union, and we will certainly have all that for you. I will be broadcasting from Chicago. And of course, watching the state of the union and looking for some of those key points that will come out of what the president has to say. And there's plenty to talk about that's for sure. And the state of the union is a big moment for any president. And he didn't get that last week. So now, here's the week to do it. And we'll we'll see what what comes of it, especially with the fifteenth seemingly right around the corner, it is, and that's when we go back to square one or we don't go back to square one or something has to be decided to we.

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"kate state" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

11:02 min | 1 year ago

"kate state" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"That's the way to get a hold of me and many of you have found that so nice. So let's jump to this one. This is one from shandra who says oh, Kate. I live in Seattle. I listened to your show, and you would not believe the weather up here. The roads are icy and the people I think don't even realize the way they're driving which in some ways is shocking because it's not like we never get that kind of weather, and I just help people start to pay attention to what's going on. We got tons of snow. It's incredibly. Cold here in Seattle as I hear the people lament in the mid west. Hey, I want you to know, you're not alone. We're getting that stuff on the west coast to the west coast. California. It's been cold and rainy and there's been mudslides in some areas. It's really really rough. And of course, yes. The mid west socked with different kinds of bone chilling temps. It's like, I'm colder than you. Are are you cold as I am? It's sort of like that comparison thing I'm going to one up you on what's happening on how cold it is. And then we got this one from Gregory who says Kate with all of the scuffle over the Super Bowl and everything else that's going on with the wall in the state of the union address. And I know you're a content Curators. Did you see the story about Liam Niessen? And I wonder if this is going to hurt him at all based on where we are. Now these days in society, even though he apologized for his. For his words. I don't know that you can take them back. And I'm wondering what you think about what happened with with Liam. And all the reporting of what he said about a friend who was raped, and I wonder if there is a way for him to overcome that. Or is he going to be another casualty, and I don't know. Should he be or not is really the question? All right for people who don't know. And you probably have no idea what you might not have any idea what he's talking about. What happened is the famous actors, you know, him from gosh, tons of things taken that whole franchise and a bunch of other movies. He he had a friend that was rate, and he talked about being just distraught over it, and he he did an interview and he said he wants sought revenge for the loved ones attack by searching for a black person to kill. So who did he give this interview to it was an interview with the independent, and he said, there's something primal God forbid, if you've ever had a member of your family hurt under criminal conditions, and no one ever heard the story before he said, she handled the situation of the rate for the most extraordinary way, but my immediate. And this is what he was saying he was being real. And he said he was insane with rage. He said my immediate reaction was I asked did. She know who it was. No, what color were they she said, it was a black person. And he said he went up and down areas with a night stick hoping to be approached by someone I'm ashamed to say. And I did it for a week hoping some black beep. Would come out of a pub, and I'd have a go and they'd have a go at me. You know? So that I could kill him. And those statements now, you know, in this interview come out and he's saying he looks back at it. And he says he is shame and regret. It's horrible. When I think that I thought that I've never admitted that and I'm saying to a journalist God forbid, so he's you know, that's what he said. He was just being honest. He was telling the story he said that that shouldn't have happened. But poof, he puts it out there. And then it blows up all over the place. And he says look I grew up in Northern Ireland in the troubles. Meaning there so many, and I took the show to Ireland. In fact, we may go back in April. But we took the showed Ireland and went to Belfast and saw what it was like between the Catholics and the Protestants still and what it was to live behind gates, and what it was like to live on the other side. And that's what he's saying. He said, you know, he he referred to. That problem where they wanted to split from the UK for me United Ireland all that stuff. And he said he understood the need for revenge, but at least two more revenge more killing violence violence all that stuff, but he never elaborated on when the rape happened or any of that kind of stuff and the interviewer course requested a follow up interview with the Schindler lists star. Who is in the midst of a press tour for his new film, cold pursuit to discuss it further. And of course, he declined because -absolutely exploded all over the place and Twitter users were very forgiving him. They just blasted them all over the place. People. The reaction was how ridiculous is this? And would he have that same energy? If the attacker was why he doesn't realize what he was doing was racist. He just thinks it was revenge. She still thinks killing any black person would be for revenge. This is the kind of comments that were flying around out there even more extreme than that. I and the answer is does he get blacklisted in some way in the industry in the movie industry disease? Passover you know, what happens? I can't answer that question. He's doing a mea culpa, but he's in the middle of this press junket, and you wonder because I think this just gets bigger if that stops if that gets cut off, and then it's just one of those re. You know, he keeps apologizing and is it accepted or are there problems with him as he moves forward in this career. That's exploded on him. You know, where he's lately in the last decade really had a a very very big career. Then I got this one from Martin who says Kate I know that you've learned to fly a plane. I believe you certainly have flown in small planes. Did you see the story about the plane that crashed into that house in California during the Super Bowl? How sad was that story? The pilot and the four people inside were killed, and there was debris that shot out all over the neighborhood and affected some of the neighbors as well as very sad. Sad story. It is story of I am aware of it. I saw some of the aftermath today where you saw the explosions and some of the neighbors houses with the windows out. And they're, you know, a propeller was in the street, and and people had video of this plane that exploded in the air fell. Fell down in your Belinda. And it was a twin engine Cessna that crashed the fire. Fires got a call. And it was about to clock in the afternoon. And of course, they scrambled out there. And there was one fireman who got injured and was hospitalized. The result of that. There's video everywhere because people were out there. Neighbors were out there with their cell phones taking images, and there was one that should have propeller plane debris across the driveway. And a man also with a hose dousing something that was burning that was on the street. He had a garden hose and very sad. Imagine that families. They're just nestled in this neighborhood. And poof, the plane goes down happens to hit their house, and that's it. And they were there watching the Super Bowl. It's terrible. And I have learned to fly. I don't have my own plane. And I've only I don't have a license. I've thought about that. And I've flown many times. But I know that. You know, there's so many safety checks, and so many things, but there's still things that can happen. And I don't I don't know what happened at this point. They're still looking into that as to what caused that plane to go down. And of course, it was just a sadly that house that happened to get hit wouldn't it have been great if the plane had gone down in a field somewhere. But boy that just did not happen. And here's this one from how Kate state of the union. What do you think is Donald Trump going to one up Nancy Pelosi? She'll be right over his shoulder. Well, what up in what way his what I what I'm I ask you. He's gonna talk about the wall. I'm sure the necessity for a wall, he'll talk about funding ill talk about immigration. That is got to be top on on the list among other. Key pieces of legislation moving forward or broad strokes on where he wants to see the country go or focusing on bipartisanship. The that could be what the focus is to because people are thinking won't be that way. So there would be kind of not a curveball necessarily that that would be something that could be thrown out. Besides the five point seven billion for the wall. Even though that's God to be a piece of of what's contained in it. And I'm very very curious to see what comes up of the state of the union, and we will certainly have all that for you. I will be broadcasting from Chicago. And of course, watching the state of the union and looking for some of those key points that will come out of of what the president has to say. And there's plenty to talk about that's for sure in the state of the union is a big moment for any president. And he didn't get that last week. And so now, here's the week to do it. And we'll we'll see what what comes of it, especially with the fifteenth seemingly right around the corner, it is, and that's when we go back to square one or we don't go back to square one or something has to be decided to.

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"kate state" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"kate state" Discussed on KCRW

"Tax dollars towards the construction of affordable homes. It remains to be seen whether or when Newsom we'll take on some of the tougher obstacles like environmental regulations and local zoning controls that are used to block housing in California next reporter, April Dembosky, we'll talk about what Newsom faces with healthcare. Thanks guy, though, Newsom campaigned on his support for a single payer healthcare system. He's tried to temper expectations on how long it would take to set up. He's worn that it will take so many years to work through all the political battles legislation and ensuing lawsuits that it won't come together. While he's governor. Instead advocates say new some hiring staff who could set the groundwork by focusing on reducing healthcare costs and expanding insurance. Coverage. Lawmakers have already introduced a proposal to extend state coverage to more than a million undocumented immigrants Jerry Brown declined to Alec. Kate state funding for this in his last budget for the California report, I need pro Dembosky and sitting across from me here at K cuties capital bureau is Katie or who runs the shape here. Katie great to have you here this morning. Thanks for having me is that is up for today. It has been a while since we saw a democrat to democrat transition, what can we expect? Well, there is an air of excitement here in Sacramento. People are really expecting Newsom to take a more progressive bent than Jerry Brown. Did Brown was kind of famous for being moderate. You know, he certainly did add a lot of spending and signed a lot of laws, but people are expecting Gavin Newsom to take it to the next level. And we saw Jerry Brown. Tweet out this six and a half minute. Video over the weekend touting his accomplishments topping his list was doing something about that giant twenty five billion dollar deficit that California was facing when he took office. Do we exp? Specked to your point earlier about Gavin Newsom being more progressive. Do you expect that he will have a hard time reigning in this democratic supermajority that now sits in the legislature of well, I think that is something that is very much on his mind. He comes into office with a multibillion dollar budget surplus now. And so, of course, we get a lot of calls for spending that essentially, you know, like we heard a single payer healthcare expanding affordable housing options, certainly expanding early childhood care and education programs. However, one thing that Jerry Brown mentioned often, and that experts would agree is that we are due. When I say, we I mean, the country the economy is due for some kind of economic slowdown, and there's nobody really there to say no anymore because the Republicans are absolute persona, non grata to some extent. Now. Absolutely. There is a super majority of Democrats. In the legislature? However, I think the leaders of the legislature and Newson will be quick to tell you that they are committed to being financially responsible. They don't wanna start a bunch of projects that they would then have to cut, and I think that Newsome is very aware that people saw Jerry Brown as this like wise, fiscally conservative governor. And he kind of wants to take on that mantle as well. I don't think he wants to be seen as this like free spending freewheeling guy who just comes in. You know, spends down all the states money, Katie or who runs our capital bureau here in Sacramento. Thank you so much. Thank you one issue that incoming governor Gavin Newsom will certainly face head on on day one is wildfires in the face of dozens of lawsuits for its role in sparking wildfires. PG any is considering taking some drastic steps to pay off potential claims. Now, according to reporting by NPR, the utility is exploring selling off a major part of the company. Or its San Francisco headquarters and moving somewhere else in the bay area. Reporter Eric westervelt broke the story they've crafted a plan they've internally called project falcon to put PG and he's gas arm up for sale this spring. The idea is to take a detailed plan before state regulators in April, and he proceeds from the gas sailed would be used to set up a settlement fund to compensate wildfire victims from twenty seventeen and twenty eighteen this is all according to a senior official at the company has been involved in the strategy. And a former company official also involved in the planning according to westervelt reporting project falcon, as it is known within the company has been in the works since two thousand seventeen but state Senator Jerry hill, a longtime critic of PG knees says it is troubling that the utility did not tell lawmakers about its plan when it was lobbying for what he called a bailout last year, they just came to the legislature last year. Well, you've to Joyce's basically, it's bankruptcy or a bailout in never did. They talk about the suggestion of an alternative that could prevent ratepayers from getting saddled with the cost of those wildfire, destruction and liability state lawmakers ultimately approved a measure that helps protect PG from wildfire liability costs and under certain conditions allows the utility to push those costs to ratepayers PG, and he did not respond to a request for comment. But said in an announcement Friday, it's reviewing structural options and searching for a new board of directors will around the state communities where fires have scarred. The landscape bear are bracing for more rain after a wet weekend in Malibu officials closed the Pacific Coast Highway after several cars got sucked into a mudslide up to four feet deep mayor Jefferson Wagner says storms over where the Wolsey fire burned put homes along Malibu steep canyons at risk. We're seeing more dramatic. Rainfall amounts in shorter periods. Some people are intimidated by that thought and some people leave and put some sandbags out in front of their driveways and say that's the best. I'm going to do and I'll go to my neighbor's house, and it sounds just the southern part of the state. Of course predictions are for more storms over northern.

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"kate state" Discussed on First Mondays

First Mondays

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"kate state" Discussed on First Mondays

"Yeah, we don't even need to get into them because we all know them. So well, you and I, you know, cybersecurity and property people, it's like, but courts is really are, are minor. And so so obvious the listeners don't even need us to name the cases that would allow you to do that. So we will not would not even bother so good old, thirteen thirty one and I don't know. Let's throw in strawbridge versus Curtis and have that in there. You know, just the regular regular ones. We all know we all know. Yeah, that's reasonable. Okay. So you heard the oral argument and were there any sort of exchanges that kind of stood out to you? Well, along the lines of what I was just suggesting I, the chief Justice as often is the case. You know, he has more litigation experience than, let's say, the median member of the court right now and, and of course he's he's well known for his sense of institutional intr-. So he had some concerns that he about just the very possibility. I raised these the idea of bringing your inverse condemnation proceeding in federal court, inverse condemnation as the state law, the stand standard name for the state law proceedings where you argue that there's been in a sense of kind of defacto taking that's happened condemnation right when the state comes forward and says, we're gonna take your land inverse condemnations where you say you have generally through a kind of regulatory takings of paradigm. You have taken my mic robbery that compensation. So that's the idea bring bring bring those inverse condemnations in in federal court, and that'll straighten everything out. Okay, good. Well, let's let's hear the reaction to that. Your honor. I think the only thing that I can point you to is international college of surgeons itself, but no court has addressed it in the context of Williamson county. Well, you can answer the letters that we're going to get from district court judges around the country who are not going to be. Happy learning that they now have to Judah, Kate state, inverse condemnation, actions which can be fairly elaborate. Okay. So first of all, I like by the way, this is being argued by no Francisco. He is the solicitor general of the United States, and I think that is actually quite significant that you that you know that they have a kind of heavy hitter on their side, and but I really like this idea that, well, who cares what the right rule is. First of all, it's going to result and a lot of litigation. And also I was not actually well aware that district court judges were in the routine business of writing letters to the supreme court disapproving of their rulings. Did you know about this? I did not understand that got those letters. I think I did understand that although it's not always through letters, but I think I think when the court opens up a new line of something, let's say, you know, Booker and apprentice stuff or or some line of ACA cases for that matter. I think that from time to time the the supreme court. Hear about does get some flack from from the district court judges these judicial conference meetings and stuff like that. Sure, yeah. And I guess my question to you is, how persuasive is that to you because. Yeah, sure. This is a might be a complicated bit of property law, but it's it's not like we don't ask federal judges to resolve complicated questions of state law all the time under diversity jurisdiction. That's pretty routine and it's not like federal law is, oh, it's always so easy, right. Oh, you know, like, oh, the categorical approach yet. Good luck figuring that one out each and every day of your judicial career. So I guess, does this move you is the chief just kicking the tires here? I mean, what is the is he really seriously concerned about this? Well, I think the for that for just for the to set the record straight. I think he has concerns on both sides having to do with the complexity of these proceedings. But I kind of I'm sympathetic to your comment earlier. When you said, you know, isn't there, isn't there law here like. Why don't we do in fed courts? We learned the rules about what you can do in in federal courts, what their jurisdiction is, and if this can be properly brought, it can be properly brought..

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"kate state" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:26 min | 2 years ago

"kate state" Discussed on KGO 810

"No. I pleaded. I said, yes, please. And I said you make enough money to buy them. And they go wrong. But I will. Anyway, that's she's getting some criticism, by the way of charging too much on the book tour quick. So tell me tell me about the polygraph examiner. Okay. The polygraph. Examiners name is Jeremiah Hannifin. Apparently murphy. I right. Yeah. He used to be held. And I want wanna get the exact thing. He was he worked for the FBI. He's worked as a polygraph examiner for multiple companies. He's worked at flat haven services NFL services since twenty ten and so anyways, he came out. And he says that the results of the Ford examination was no deception indicated the probability of deception less than point zero two percent. So yeah. Hannifin special agent for the FBI eighty-five two. Oh nine. Yeah. I still want to get somebody in here. And explain how those things I know that part of it is because I've I've taken the test before and but it was in the nineties. So it's been a long time. But part of it is you're the they put it on your skin. Detects sweat, and the way it also protects your pulse and the detection naturally sweaty. Will you are right? I am not nationally sweaty. Maybe my hands. That's a sign of deception. Sweaty hands. Yeah. Yeah. It is. Yeah. It's like a car dealer thing. You know, there's a lot of times I not now. But I used to have really sweaty hands. Do I can tell a lot about a person by handshake. God. I totally can if you give me a week handshake almost done with you like, I don't even need to have a conversation with you. I have made so many judgments about fire, and I tell my kids I've told my kids they will squeeze my hand. I don't just oh. And if people give me their forefingers Galway just just start life over like this kind of thing that kind of shake their hand. But they won't even like grip your hand. They'll just yeah. Yeah. I just I can't handle it. I it's just such a sign of weakness. Crespin? No. Here's a guy you guys can right before. He's like the medalist. He says he can read minds and stuff like that. He's not his he does like this. You're not on the radio. Oh, he shakes. He's just two hands to take your hand and arm really hard Trump. Does that weird thing about what he shakes people's hands? He kind of pulls him in. Yeah. Tells you there's something wrong with our move. You know is a power move. Well, anyway, so on the show tomorrow, we're going to you know, he said she said, I said enough whatever money here, they're gonna make statements and then the committee. No, it's not the committee. That's going to be questioning it's going to be that Rachel. Yeah. But I I guess there are they giving her questions ascertain that no idea how they got to be telling her the questions to ask. Right. Well, I'm assuming she's a neutral third party. So it's just I'm sure she's gonna ask. She's a prosecutor she'll come up with their own questions. Statements earn half of it is going to be quite interesting to hear Dimitrius in Palo Alto. Calls us here at eight oh, eight oh. Eight one Ohio Dimitrius. What's your take on all this nonsense? Just so, you know, the polygraph works on something called the skin response, which is an electronic. Nerve response. When you lie that's the primary. It also does respiration and heartbeat. Right. It's pretty hard to beat. But it can be beaten. And it's an admissible in court. I'd like to hear one thing that no one's brought up in. This guy's hearings to be on the supreme court, judgments like as he ever been overturned has he ever had procedural problems lose on a piece. Yes. Yes. In fact, he embark lost on appeal on that. Hawaii case was about affirmative action. I'm doing this from memory. So I could be wrong. But I know that he has lost on appeal. And it's interesting everybody every judge has. But to what percent is what I'm saying. Compared to other judge. That's a great point. I mean. Yeah, it gets kinda the job, right? Yeah. It's kind of you know, you're doing a job interview, basically. And how does he do that job is what I'm curious about? You know, the other stuff is important. But it's not as important to me is how he uses a judge because like I said once before when you're a minor. They don't let that record out in most states. Well, yeah. I mean, I I don't know. That's an interesting point. If it had he been arrested as a minor. But you know, I think people would have heard about it in the world would have gotten out. I mean when you're in a kid in a frat and a school like that if you had been arrested, we know about it. I mean, you know, what I mean? Dopey held responsible for what they did as a child. That's why they don't release those records. Yeah. But I think you're talking about. A vacancy on the supreme court. I think you know, that we need to know everything about a person, and you know, the there are exceptions when those records can be released it's a state by federal law to state by state law but ninety percent of the Cates. Kate states, rather you require a court order to open those right? And if that's the case, then we should judge everybody that way, and no one should ever be let out of prison. Well, I know the differences again when you're letting somebody out, well, you know, the truth is nobody should be out of prison away. Our prisons are today in no in half, the people shouldn't be in there in the in in the first place because they're drug related crimes. Eh possession, and and small-time dealing. But if you're talking about cavenaugh and what he did as a seventeen year old. Let me ask you this. Do you think that rape a sexual assault is an indicator of something other than the act itself? I don't think it was rape. I think it was. I'm not even talking about that. I'm just saying because this is what hatch said, and this is what this guy that's running for the Senate, North Dakota Republican Orrin Hatch said even if you had rape somebody. We would judge him on who he is today. I think that first of all hats or any of these senators are qualified to make that kind of judgment about a person's psychological wellbeing. And that's what you'd have to do rape is a crime of violence. Most of the rapists in the big ten thousand rapists were interviewed could not majority of them could not recognize the people they raped because it was about violence. It was about attacking people, you know, physically. So it's not even about sex. In fact, I some part of that study found that a lot of them couldn't even finish the act because it's not sexual. It's a lot of them. Don't have a pardon me. An orgasm Dorgan. No. You're right. So my point is. Put that back your the question should if he sexually assaulted somebody. I think the thing that bothered me the most about that whole thing is the fact that he put his hand over her mouth. And if that that's very troubling pathologic problem with this and that is Emory University. Did a study right after nine eleven two weeks after nine eleven they had that out questionnaires where were you? What were you doing amazing study? Yeah. And then two years later two and a half years later. They went to question the same people eighty percent of them changed their story. Well, and the crazy part was is the in that same study. They would write stuff down and ten years later. They will remember different. And they say I must have been wrong because I definitely right now. But the nine eleven thing none of them said that the didn't happen the plane hit the building. But the discrepancies where were they were talking to how they heard the news were, you know, ten to the the main point which of that day was the tragedy of the three thousand people died. Nobody came back and said, I don't remember the planes hitting the building you see what I'm saying. Absolutely people use something called what's called the big lie, which is to us. Go back to Hitler again. After World War Two people who are trying to support Germany said, they didn't kill six million Jews. They didn't do it. They didn't do it. Then they finally admitted. Okay. They may have killed a couple of hundred and they got a lot of people to say. Yeah. It wasn't as bad as it really was. That's why Eisenhower at the end of World War Two. What every news camera? He could every concentration camp and made them film it because the big lie works, unfortunately. Yeah. You know, it's like what what Gopal Gopal said, you know, that if you say it enough to keep saying, it till people believe believe it. Hey, thank you so much. Appreciate it smart guy. And he listens to us. It's wrong with them. Anyway, we have more phone calls. I also want to tell you a couple of things about the Trump is appointed an official to enforce anti-discrimination laws where do you hear what his past is like that's.

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"kate state" Discussed on First Mondays

First Mondays

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"kate state" Discussed on First Mondays

"So it's really weird if that if that's if that's how it happened because normally we would, you know there's no usual mechanism for federal and state court coordination like like you couldn't exactly like enjoy state prosecution or something while the all the feds went ahead and so it's a little, you know, it's a little unclear AB you can know, maybe maybe younger it's going to get a return. Yeah, exactly. Well, we'll, they'll have collateral, you're thinking like three moves ahead younger though. Right? This would be like you get like stay from the federal court. It's not like not an. Yeah. Be like England. Maybe like English extension somebody like, you know the all writs act or something. Yeah, the Atty Allred sack. Let's get going. Yeah, it'll be really good. So you know, this is this is a cool one because it's also got these lurking fed courts elements. So I think that's pretty cool just quickly. Does it also them Kate state versus state of double jeopardy? Is that even the thing. Yeah, absolutely. Sure. So if you had like, you know the conspiracy extended across multiple states, which you know you probably could. Yeah, right now, two states can prosecute for, you know, a crime where some crosses state state borders. I mean, presumably they would have. They might have to take an additional case just to clarify that because that those are not the precise facts here, but yes, it should if they give it of this doctrine entirely then yeah. What's pretty cool and in sort of keeping in that theme of like, you know, really old rules in the constitution that we kind of, you know, sort of working out how they apply. We've got this case called Tim's that is coming up and I'm very excited about because number one involves my new home state of Indiana. And the question in this case, we've talked about this before. I think it's kind of amazing. There's not an answer to this yet is, does the excessive fines clause of the eighth amendment apply to the states? Is that incorporated against the states? And my initial question is, how has this never gotten to Corp before this is? This is puzzled me because I taught of criminal procedure Judaization last year, and we went over Inc and we went over a bunch of the rights and for some of them I just had to say, well, the court has maybe like suggested it might be, but never gotten around to saying. So. But. Rewire the reading phrases. Like the vanishingly small done it? Yeah, it's like jury trial unanimity, right? I think is one, excessive bail. They have basically said, but there's not actually a case that says, definitely we can..

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"kate state" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"kate state" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Clouds low sixty five wednesday sun giving way to clouds a shower thunderstorm approaching the city late in the day high seventy seven thursday warmer and more humid with a couple of showers thunderstorm high eighty two i'm meteorologist mike dome the wcbs weather center sixty two degrees in dairy and sixty six and garden sitting at sixty eight in central park at two forty on wcbs today forty first and forty second president shared a moment in maine yesterday as former democratic president bill clinton visited with former republican president george h w bush at his home on the coast in kennebunkport of course at one point the two or fierce competitors and clinton and did bush's nineteen ninetytwo reelection plans but the two of sense developed rather close friendship that also includes former president george w bush a photo posted on twitter shows the nation's forty first president and forty second sharing a moment as bush shows off a pair of socks featuring bill clinton's like this the elder brush enjoys wearing colorful socks and more some with books on them to honor his late wife's commitment to literacy at her funeral barbara and george bush were married for seventy three years before her death on april seventeenth in texas britain's prince william is in jordan on day three of a five day royal visit to the middle east the historic visit is a diplomatically sensitive one to cbs news reporter tina krause explained from london the duke of cambridge will become the first british royal to make an official trip to israel and palestinian territories seventy years after british forces withdrew from the holy land until now it had been british policy not to make a formal royal visit until the bitter conflict in the region is resolved he's a young man looking to the future you'll be wanting to engage with the white section of an aide to prince william says the visit is not political but it comes as divisions between israelis and palestinians are deepening israel just marked its seventieth anniversary of independence amid surges of violence along the gaza border tina krause cbs news prince william's wife kate state back in london with the couple's three the children she gave birth to prince louis in april with zillow you're not just looking for a house you're looking for the pool that will turn your kids fingers into prunes the living room or your dad will explain the nuances of football to you yet.

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Former Presidents George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton share a laugh

Red Eye Radio

02:38 min | 2 years ago

Former Presidents George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton share a laugh

"Clouds low sixty five wednesday sun giving way to clouds a shower thunderstorm approaching the city late in the day high seventy seven thursday warmer and more humid with a couple of showers thunderstorm high eighty two i'm meteorologist mike dome the wcbs weather center sixty two degrees in dairy and sixty six and garden sitting at sixty eight in central park at two forty on wcbs today forty first and forty second president shared a moment in maine yesterday as former democratic president bill clinton visited with former republican president george h w bush at his home on the coast in kennebunkport of course at one point the two or fierce competitors and clinton and did bush's nineteen ninetytwo reelection plans but the two of sense developed rather close friendship that also includes former president george w bush a photo posted on twitter shows the nation's forty first president and forty second sharing a moment as bush shows off a pair of socks featuring bill clinton's like this the elder brush enjoys wearing colorful socks and more some with books on them to honor his late wife's commitment to literacy at her funeral barbara and george bush were married for seventy three years before her death on april seventeenth in texas britain's prince william is in jordan on day three of a five day royal visit to the middle east the historic visit is a diplomatically sensitive one to cbs news reporter tina krause explained from london the duke of cambridge will become the first british royal to make an official trip to israel and palestinian territories seventy years after british forces withdrew from the holy land until now it had been british policy not to make a formal royal visit until the bitter conflict in the region is resolved he's a young man looking to the future you'll be wanting to engage with the white section of an aide to prince william says the visit is not political but it comes as divisions between israelis and palestinians are deepening israel just marked its seventieth anniversary of independence amid surges of violence along the gaza border tina krause cbs news prince william's wife kate state back in london with the couple's three the children she gave birth to prince louis in april with zillow you're not just looking for a house you're looking for the pool that will turn your kids fingers into prunes the living room or your dad will explain the nuances of football to you yet.

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"kate state" Discussed on WGSO 990AM

WGSO 990AM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"kate state" Discussed on WGSO 990AM

"Say eight five five two six six fifty to eighty three we can take her unofficial poll just send me your thoughts in america tonight dot net yeah your name was it like a c o kind of speech on that note a lot of you have already chimed in let's head to the mailbag tomorrow this one is from robert who says kate i am a supporter of donald trump's i can't say like everything the president does but i think you said it best who's going to 100 percent like anybody that they vote for or like every single policy that they back or push for however i do like some of what he has done i think really going after the whole tax situation was excellent i think trying to figure out the conundrum of immigration as you call it is something that we need any president to do and i have a feeling that he will make some big strides in this direction and whether you like as i mentioned already that tax cut or not it's hard to disagree that it hasn't already benefitted millions of workers so he talks about the fact that the bonuses for millions of workers were and wage increases were big because of the tax cut and specifically said roughly three million workers have already gotten tax cut bonuses yet that's true i don't think you can say that's not a true statement i agree like it or not as you mentioned robert it it is accurate as we to another one how about this this one is from obama max who says kate state of the union addresses are so interesting to me i mean it's almost like a forced speech by the president i get why they used to do them and i i don't know i don't think it's necessarily a bad thing it's just intriguing the way we handicap it afterwards i listen to every single television network i could he with illage talking about half their words with the state of the union and apparently in new york.

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"kate state" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"kate state" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"That's true i don't think you can say that's not a true statement i agree like it or not as you mentioned robert it it is accurate as we to another one how about this this one is from max who says kate state of the union addresses are so interesting to me i mean it's almost like a forced speech by the president i get why they used to do them and i i dunno i don't think it's necessarily a bad thing it's just intriguing the way we handicap it afterwards i listen to every single television nitwits i could he with they were talking about half the words with the state of the union and apparently in new york the daily news i checked out there covers i'm originally from there and the daily news had what a load of clap and had a pick the president clapping saying trump praises himself tout's unity wild bashing immigrants um so i don't know that that's a surprise either because the clapping was the thing that really stood out about donald trump didn't he get the member you're not supposed to clap for yourself i don't know did are you suppose clapper yourself amina actually that's it's like the thing about voting for yourself if you ever ran for student or anything to vote for yourself it's it's is funny that that was so heavily picked out afterwards really and it and certainly it it was because it's what the thing is that everybody's making fun of for the most part speak to frank what does frank have to say about the state of the union kate i thought it was so disrespectful of some of the democrats not to show up in the chambers i do give cory booker home not necessarily great fan of his credit because the senator did say that he respects the office of the president whether he respects the person in it or not and didn't agree with his fellow democrats the ones that didn't go to the state of the union because they were protesting a guy who they thought shouldn't be in the office so i say bravo for i say bravo for cory booker and by the way i saw the numbers for cbs poll they were saying that viewers of the.

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"kate state" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"kate state" Discussed on WGTK

"That's true i don't think you can say that's not a true statement i agree like it or not as you mentioned robert it it is accurate as we to another one how about this this one is from max who says kate state of the union addresses are so interesting to me i mean it's almost like a forced speech by the president i get why they used to do them and i i dunno i don't think it's necessarily bad thing it's just intriguing the way we handicap it afterwards i listen to every single television nitwits i could buy can ever afterwards with the state of the union and apparently in new york the daily news i checked out there cover i'm originally from there and the daily news had what a load of clap and had a picture of the president clapping saying trump praises himself tout's unity wild bashing immigrants um so i don't know that that's a surprise either because the clapping was the thing that really stood out about donald trump didn't he get the member you're not supposed to clap for yourself i dunno did are you serious clapper softening actually that's it's like the thing about voting for yourself if you ever ran for student council or anything to you've who'd for yourself it's it's is funny that that was so heavily picked out afterwards really and it and certainly it it was because it's what the thing is that everybody's making fun of for the most part there frank what does frank have to say about the state of the union kate i thought it was so disrespectful of some of the democrats not to show up in the chambers i do give cory booker home not necessarily great fan of his credit because the senator did say that he respects the office of the president whether he respects the person in it or not and didn't agree with his fellow democrats the ones that didn't go to the state of the union because they were protesting a guy who they thought shouldn't be in the office so i say bravo for i say bravo for cory booker and by the way i.

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"kate state" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"kate state" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Out the conundrum of immigration as you call it is something that we need any president to do and i have a feeling that he will make some big strides in this direction and whether you like as i mentioned already that tax cut or not it's hard to do agree that it hasn't already benefitted millions of workers so he talks about the fact that the bonuses for millions of workers were and wage increases were big because of the tax cut and specifically said roughly three million workers have already gotten tax cut bonuses yep that's true i don't think you can say that's not a true statement i agree like it or not as you mentioned robert it it is accurate as we to another one how about this this one is from max who says kate state of the union addresses are so interesting to me i mean it's almost like a forced speech by the president i get why they used to do them and i i dunno i don't think it's necessarily a bad thing it's just intriguing the way we handicap it afterwards i listen to every single television nitwits i could talking about half their words with the state of the union and apparently in new york the daily news i checked out there covers i'm originally from there and the daily news had what a load of clap and had a pig the president clapping saying trump praises himself tout's unity wild bashing immigrants um so i don't know that that's a surprise either because the clapping was the thing that really stood out about donald trump didn't he get the memory you're not supposed to clap for yourself i don't know did are used his clapper yourself amina actually that's it's like the thing about voting for yourself if you ever ran for student council or anything to you've who'd for yourself it's it's funny that that was so heavily picked out afterwards really and it and certainly it it was because it's what the thing is that everybody's making fun of for the most part speedster frank what does frank have to say about.

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"kate state" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"kate state" Discussed on KOIL

"They get a penalty actually kelly on false trump give it coffers slashing must have missed that one their face will be the lance is attacking zone out christian o'neal in on this draw he's other with manarah randall per vix cotton feed after the draw here still waiting for to break free as it does after center ice pressure neil chases this went down muslims is footing but he picks a backup brings it over to michelman narrow was back lancer zone it's the perfect sabrina himself as a randall brandel bringing up the far side walls he's hitting take about he's backup though cargo play this one closer and further butts broker thereby jack randall the takes a shot rebound through the top of the far left circle there hiccups fargo near wall figured that play broken vehicles radl again prayer to put the brakes on nice little spinner ram as he tried to be that one out front to michelman narra herbert as the puk now four fargo you'll dance around through his own and bring it up further top of the circle in the near side play rocca thereby wregget mid it left the play here at rossett said the first period he goes no case of the right side wing he'll fake i use it a pacifist the brakes on visa to cam reagan at orchid jirka chaired excuse me at the top of the circles he took a shot that bounced wide hits back into lancers zone reagan the coli see hasn't atlanta logo the middle the ice abdicates near sidewing again face to drop that for colo feed the forward kate states the rights of the net puk out.

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"kate state" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"kate state" Discussed on KNSS

"At three you know an elite very states what bradley ninety two they had a scare on friday night missouri state did but pounded the braves thirteen to three in nine two in the next two games in southern although i also sweat they beat evansville eight to three today so all those guys are three you know how about that three you know our own three nothing in between unless i'm missing some that's right knows but you know everybody there was a sweep everywhere in the big twelve some future shocker opponents oklahoma state dropped two out of three to west virginia off today nine eight hope on the stick will come in here tuesday night it will be which don't legal family night for tickets four hotdogs four popcorn to four drink for only thirty two dollars shocker she hopes that it's seven o'clock first pitch to be on the pregame show at six thirty that night little bit of a change in in game time game it's seven o'clock on tuesday night hey you comes back to beat texas five before shocker soon take on kate you on eleven nineteenth later on this month kraken dropped a series with when through the eagles won that game two to one day shoppers will go to great not the twenty fifth he take get swept by number four tcu the final poll before today in manhattan shoppers walk away told me to take on kate state and speaking of may on the night the roberts will come in here they'd be western illinois in day one nothing in ten innings oklahoma beat texas tech five before mendenhall a walk off oh you take that series two games to one big hitters in the afc seed number eight carolina beat number twelve florida state ninety seven they win that series tallahassee thank you and in the alternate kisser sr out get away day of big ten have rask and indiana tied at one after eleven innings due to travel curfews as the browns get ahead on back home all right to final totals in this one wichita state four runs ten hits and no errors the shuckers played errorless ball in two of the three games this weekend only have four errors in their last eight games in on over one overlooked that all pro three runs eight hits and one years so shocker pitching health off rays to eight.

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"kate state" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"kate state" Discussed on How I Built This

"So we were doing something different which was really toward damage so editor for like the speed to to fall barrel ab well i picked up there you'd have but i need they thought they were interesting at that and we did we got a lot of credit sin that's what might another first down that and she was embarrassed and she called said you know i can berra seen that you didn't tell me in my friend that to tell me i said you know i don't know i don't wanna make a big deal up the sun you know okay twenty credit that's not a business get though how did you come up come how did you sort of land on a case by case and now that was indy because we would i was not kate spate i was kate brosnan hand and i can't coming up with his name to maybe kept thing eight spate because we were fifty fifty partners and it's fine i just had okay minutes i love it eight debut work and i remember telling to your point about my kaput parents i took my mom honestly she burst into flames and she was like but you're not kate state and i said i know but she's at oh now you'll never be kate state now you you know you jinx did and i would you name it kate state and i said what's might bruce they've his last stammers like go team to banner which is and i think that the that of those were but the we go in just a minute well i after three years of making no money kate mandy almost.

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