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"lacy roberts" Discussed on Proof

Proof

02:50 min | 3 months ago

"lacy roberts" Discussed on Proof

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"lacy roberts" Discussed on Over the Road

Over the Road

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"lacy roberts" Discussed on Over the Road

"I have a lot of Cherokee Indian blood in me so we made the front of the sleeper basically a tribute to the native American. That's actually a real ghost. Feather and feathers are very important in way of thanking. You get to feathers one for wisdom and one for courage but anyway. So that's the front of the sleeper. On the side over the dining table we built her a mantle and we made it a Western theme mantle with rope outline. She's not a real rifle a real pistol but I don't know I guess you might a thief. Thank it was if you grab it off the wall and then on the shower bathroom door we put an assortment of bickers each of our mothers so we add different things around to to be more like a home not just. It's not just the trump to us. It's a way alive. When we bought this labor it was out of a salvage yard. It's important to emphasize here. That customizing a truck is not just about style for day on Phyllis. It's really an investment in both their business and the quality of life Ivad quite a bit of health issues. I ain't GonNa say all of her due to my French fries as I still like French fries but we gutted all this out and just built it back the way we wanted it and by doing that we made it possible for us to eat a lot better healthier and we have we'd about nine out of ten meals in the sleeper. Not Anything you do at home. I mean there. The night we ate eggs bacon and biscuits and and then yeah. Shrimp and steak. He barbecues that we've got a barbecue grill that matches the truck to its green looking in here like a cake or anything going down the road. You Know Ball on my biggest problem is I can't hardly drive down a road smell and all that cooking on my okay. We gotta find a place to stop. I'm about to starve to death. I like to eat. And she's a good cook so it's a good combination. There's a world of customized trucks out there as varied as the trucking business itself. I've seen sleeper cabs built out with any kind of cooking equipment. You Can Imagine. Ranges Ovens Espresso machines and grinders foldout charcoal or even gas grills mounted on the deck off the back the exercise equipment weights stair steppers. Sometimes even an exercise bike. Along for the whole I know at least one trucker songwriter with a professional recording studio built into the bunk of his rig. Hey maybe we ought to get Paul set up with one of those WanNa see more. You can take a tour of the custom rigs section of overdrive online dot com. Don't miss the reader rigs photo gallery. We're owner operators upload their own trucks. You can also see the goose for yourself in all. It's gory search. Daniel Phyllis snow. That's spelled exactly like the white stuff that's for channel nine. Keep those questions coming. We'll catch you next time. Gentlemen nine special is a feature of over the road from radio. Topiary and overdrive magazine is produced by Ian Costs and myself. Todd dills who support from Lacey Roberts Palmar Hoffer in Jewish appear the trail. Joppy glass off your tail.

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"lacy roberts" Discussed on Over the Road

Over the Road

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"lacy roberts" Discussed on Over the Road

"Gentlemen. Nine special is a feature over the road from radio. Tokyo and overdrive magazine is produced by Ian Cost Myself. Todd dill's with support from Lacey Roberts Palmar Hofer and Jewish Shapiro. Thanks for the feedback. We got for this episode from the drivers whose voice you heard the top Taylor. Barker Cody blankenship Mike Mustang Crawford Jason Milk..

"lacy roberts" Discussed on Over the Road

Over the Road

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"lacy roberts" Discussed on Over the Road

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"lacy roberts" Discussed on The Argument

The Argument

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"lacy roberts" Discussed on The Argument

"Now it's time for our weekly recommendation when we make a suggestion meant to take your mind off of politics, Ross, it is your job this week. What do you have? So recently David recommended a specific kind of perfectly brewed coffee from a specific coffee, shop, and one of the questions that you often get as a New York Times, columnist people say, well, where do you do your writing? So I figured I could follow on David's recommendation and also answer that question by saying that I strongly recommend doing all of your work in coffee, shops, because that is in fact what I do. And the genius of working in a coffee shop is that you are affectively renting an incredibly small workspace in which you are sort of stuck for a specific period of time and it gets you out of your home, but you're not in an office. Honestly, when I worked in the Washington DC bureau of the times once upon a time this guy, David Leonhardt was always wandering. Into the office and wanted to talk to me about the great issues of the day, which was very distracting. I have always found the coffee shop as a workspace to be this happy medium. So how do you think about the ethics of the renting part of it? It's a little awkward, right? But generally, I feel like if you come into a coffee shop at nine AM, and you buy, let's say a lot and some sort of breakfast thing then you've rented things up until the lunch rush. And then you need to make a choice about whether you're going to spend more money at that coffee shop or clear out. That's my basic ethical physician I completely concur. People who read the page might be surprised at how much of the work that they're reading is actually being done at random coffee shops in the tri-state area. That is our show for this week. Thank you so much for listening. If you have thoughts or questions, leave us voicemail at three four seven nine one five four three two four, that's three four seven nine one five four three two four. You can also Email us at argument at NY times dot com. If you like what you hear please. Leave us a rating or review in apple podcasts this week show was produced by Alex Laughlin, and Winston Wong for transmitter media and ended by lacy Roberts. Our executive producer is Greco. We had help from Tyson Evans, Phoebe, let yin Persad Philbrick and Francis, seeing our theme was composed by Allison Leyton Brown special, thanks as always to Kaiser health news for use of their studio. Checkout, Kaiser health news is big scoop this week on a secret FDA database, and we will see you back here next week. Thank you so much for joining us bla-bla-bla stitching the rest.

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"lacy roberts" Discussed on The Argument

The Argument

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"lacy roberts" Discussed on The Argument

"Now, it's time for our weekly recommendation. When we spend a few minutes and try to take your mind off of politics. Michelle, it is your turn this week. What's your recommendation, my recommendation is going for a HUD air balloon ride? The first time I went hot air ballooning. I think like nineteen years ago in Turkey. And I've remembered it all this year's as sort of magical experience, and because of that I sort of wondered if I was remembering it correctly. I was in Arizona couple of weeks ago. Onell is apparently a really good region for hot air ballooning because it's really dry. And I mean, it was just so, you know, it's so peaceful. Even though there's like a Cajun loud noises when they turn up the gas to make the flames that make the hot air balloon rise and fall. But then when the gas is on you're just, you know, floating, and you know, it's a way to be in nature. Without, you know, the kind of tedium of hiking, and you know, it's like just enough adventure to feel like you've like really done something exciting. And so I just yeah. Go hot air. Ballooning have either of you guys ever been no my experiences hot air ballooning comes from reading the travels of Babaar where they take a hot air balloon crashes on on a cannibal island. So I have sort of literary traumas associated with hot air balloons, but I should probably overcome them by taking a hot air balloon trip. One thing about it is that you do sort of crash land. I mean, I guess that's the reason I probably wouldn't take kids till there little bit older is that the landing is always sort of rough and you kind of drag along the ground and baby stop right side up or maybe kind of falls over. How do you? How are you with heights, generally? I like heights. Yeah. Because when I go up on like, you know, the the ferris wheel rides where you're in almost. A gondola compartment not a big fan. So I'm concerned that I would I would struggle in the balloon. Does it? Does it feel like do you feel like you're sort of inside it when you're up there, you're in you're in like a basket? I mean, so the thing that's kind of frightening. When you first go up is that you do I, you know, it's like you. I find feel yourself rising up, and you sort of realize that there's just this like wicker platform between you and the earth. And that's kind of scary until you get used to it. I'm literally sweating as you speak. Yeah. I'm glad you had a great time doing I find that idea totally terrified I don't mind being big buildings, but the idea of being high of and not enclosed totally terrifies me so hot air ballooning for everyone. But me and Ross that's our show for this week. Thank you so much for listening. If you have thoughts or questions, please leave us voicemail at three four seven nine one five four three two four. That's three four seven nine one five four. Three to four. You can also Email us at argument and NY times dot com. And if you like what you hear please leave us a rating or review in apple podcasts this week show was produced as it always is by Alex Laughlin and Winton walling for transmitter media and edited by lacy Roberts. Our executive producer is Greco on. We had help from Tyson Evans Phoebe let Ian Persad Philbrick and Freddie Shevess. Our theme was composed by Allison Leyton Brown. We'll see you back here next week. But I think it was a reasonably accurate summary of what Muller found me again. Well, Robert Miller.

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"lacy roberts" Discussed on The Argument

The Argument

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"lacy roberts" Discussed on The Argument

"This week. It's my turn, and I have another beverage related recommendation. But I promise it is not involved seltzer. So few months back. I noticed a new coffee chain here in Washington called fills. And my immediate reaction was skepticism because it is spelled fills with a z and to me, it just sort of looked like kind of junkie knockoff coffee chain, but as many people in California, which is where it comes from. And maybe Chicago as well, we're fills also as it's not junkie it serves excellent coffee, and my recommendation this week has to do with its temperature. I've spent years frustrated by getting the perfect coffee temperature. I make coffee. It's too cold. I microwave it. It's too hot. I basically spend kind of a ludicrous amount of time in the morning trying to adjust my coffee temperature and I'm recommending fills even though the coffee is far too expensive because they have managed to get the temperature of their coffee. Absolutely perfect. It is truly remarkable you. You get a Cup of coffee, and it is that maximum heat without burning you, and so my recommendation is if you're willing to spend four dollars for a Cup of coffee, and you're in California or Chicago or Washington stop by fills order a Cup of coffee and enjoy the rare perfect temperature Cup of coffee. And you know, I am willing to spend four dollars in a Cup of coffee, but I am not really willing to countenance using Zee's to make things plural. Totally fair. So you drink your coffee, black, David. I do not that. Thank you for bringing up. That's right. They can deal with the twist. So I drink it with light cream, and it is still the perfect temperature. We may have to do a test where we take in through monitors and see do black light cream and normal cream all end up as the same temperature. How scientific is the process at fills. Okay. That is our show for this week. Thank you as always for listening. If you have thoughts or questions or ideas, leave us a voicemail at three four seven nine one five four three two four. You can also Email us at argument at NY times dot com. And if you like what you hear please leave us a rating or review in apple podcasts. It makes a difference. This week show is produced by Alex Laughlin and Winston Wong for transmitter media and edited by lacy Roberts. Our executive producer is Greco. We had help from Tyson Evans Phoebe, let Persad Philbrick and Francis. Our theme was composed by Allison Leyton Brown. We will see you back here next week, although shop with a double P has sort of old fashioned ring. But it doesn't have a real old fashioned ring yield curiosity shop. No, no, you're right. I'm against I'm against all that completely.

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The Argument

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"lacy roberts" Discussed on The Argument

"Now, it's time for our weekly recommendation. When we give you a suggestion of something to take your mind off of politics Ross this week is your turn. What do you have for us? All right. So this is a little embarrassing, but I'm gonna do it. Anyway, so many many episodes ago, David you recommended seltzer. I did indeed and I- enthusiastically seconded it I'm a seltzer drinker from like the age of seven, but one of the cells, I drink is the most like Bobo yuppie form of seltzer imaginable. It's called spin drift. And I think they now sell it in Starbucks. So it's sort of like gone, it's gone big. It's gone national. But it's still like this ridiculous boutique kind of seltzer and I'm recommending it mostly because one of the stores where we shop at stopped stocking it, and I started buying some of the other fruit flavored seltzer so spin drift is like, you know, it's selling a hint of lemon. A twist of orange a touch of raspberry of real fruit flavor, and I would drink it. And I would think well, this is good. But you know, I mean real everybody's selling real fruit flavor. I hadn't drunk fruit flavored seltzer from other brands for awhile. And I've been doing it for the last couple of weeks, and they're terrible. They all taste horribly artificial, and whatever magic spin drift works really does taste like real fruit compared to like all not just like the stop and shop alternatives. But like the Perry bought the Perrier fruit flavored seltzer, and it's awful spin drift is amazing. It's a great achievement. So within the world of seltzer obsessive I'm recommending spin drift, including to whoever decided to stop stocking it at the elm city market in New Haven. So I have to admit I'm against flavored seltzer personally. Yes. But I'm in favor of it as a societal phenomenon because most people for flavored seltzer unflavored, and that means that the rise of flavored salt seltzer has caused seltzer to be available in many more stores. So I can more often find my beloved seltzer. But I will always choose an unflavoured over a flavored my personal favorite is Boylan. Because of how bubbly it is. So to me, it's not about the flavor. It is about the carbonation. And I like a lot of it. Michelle have you tried spin drift? Now, I'm not a seltzer aficionado. I mean, I drink it because my kids drink a ton of it, and they call it bubble water. And sometimes when I'm like, really adult I will order bubble water in a restaurant, and then feel ridiculous, David. I just want. You get a spin drift and get the same flavor from LaCroix or wherever and just drink them together. I'm not trying to convert you to spend drift. I. Want to know that I'm not crazy 'cause I might be crazy want me to experience. The I want you to tell me right about the difference. And we can we can reconvene in a future episode and discuss I will do it as a blind taste test. And I will let you know, which I prefer fantastic that's our show for this week. Thank you for listening. We would love to hear your feedback. If you have thoughts leave us a voicemail at three four seven nine one five four three two four that's three four seven nine one five four three two four. You can also Email us at argument at NY times dot com, and please leave us a rating or review in apple podcasts. This week show is produced by Alex Laughlin for transmitter media and edited by lacy Roberts. Our executive producer is Greco. We had help from Tyson. Evans, Phoebe Yoon Persad, Philbrick and Francis Ying special. Thanks to Kaiser health news for use of their studio in Washington. Our theme was composed by Alison Layton. We'll see you right back here. Next week. A flavor that you like in particular. Yeah. Is that private? It's just also embarrassing. My my favorite flavor is grapefruit.

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"lacy roberts" Discussed on The Argument

The Argument

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"lacy roberts" Discussed on The Argument

"And so I basically now start my day reading three or four different Email, newsletters, I read vox sentences which actually comes out at night by Nicole Fowler, and others. There's a great newsletter for people involved in politics written by Jonathan Bernstein of Bloomberg. It's almost baseball season. My single favorite form of baseball content is a newsletter by guy named Joe she Han sometimes you have to pay for these. But that doesn't tend to be a lot of money and even with all these other forms of technology. I've. Decided that just opening my inbox in the morning or in the evening and reading a bunch of these Email, newsletters is really a nice way to keep up on the world. So I wonder do either of you subscribe to Email, newsletters? He no, I actually don't know if I do I might. But it doesn't become surprised that it doesn't just become one more looming thing in your inbox that you're kind of supposed to look at. But can't quite face, which is how I feel about you know, ninety percent of the emails that I get I will confess that. I subscribe to many more Email, newsletters than I read, but the ones that I have come to like, I really do read. I actually look forward to getting them. Because maybe it's the fact that they're written in a nice casual voice, but it it's become really a central part of my media diet. And I don't think about them as some miserable form of Email that I have to respond to maybe it's because you don't have to respond to them, you could just read them and then not worry about it. And what do you get out of them that you don't get just through? You know, social media or list serves or other kinds of you know, information delivery systems. So there are a few people out there who have decided that this is the right business model for them. So Judd legume who's a progressive writer for many years has decided that what he's going to do is launch newsletter charge some amount of money for it. But this will free him up to just focus on the really important stuff. He wants to focus on Joshi Han, the baseball writer has basically done the same thing. And so in some cases, it's that people who I think are really smart have decided this is a good model for journalism, and I just wanna read them in other cases, I think it's sort of a form summary this guy Jonathan Bernstein from Bloomberg opinion, basically help summarize the political news of the day. And just a couple hundred words, and I think E mail forces a form of both conversational ISM and also brevity that. I find useful. Sadly, I've been with Michelle on this at least until now in that. I subscribe to a number of Email, newsletters, and they tend to pile up like the proverbial unread New Yorkers. In my inbox. But David I'm gonna make a change. I'm going to be a different man. I'm going to go all in and actually read them. That's our show for the week. Thanks so much for listening as always we'd love to hear your feedback. Leave us a voicemail at three four seven nine one five four three two four. And we might play you on the show. You can also Email us at argument at NY times dot com. And if you like what you hear we'd love if you'd leave us a rating or review in apple podcasts this week show was produced by Alex Laughlin for transmitter media and edited by lacy Roberts. Our executive producer is credit co we had help from Tyson Evans Phoebe let Ian Persad Philbrick and Francis Yang. And our theme was composed by Howson Layton. Thanks again. Okay. You've convinced me. I do not subscribe to astrology..

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"lacy roberts" Discussed on The Argument

The Argument

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"lacy roberts" Discussed on The Argument

"Show. So now, Michelle Michelle, and I are back. I get a kick out of saying that for our weekly recommendation and this week. It's Michelle G stands for Goldberg's turn, Michelle. What do you have for us? Okay. So this is sort of obvious because the show is aimed like a laser at my very particular demographic. But I am going to recommend the new Netflix show Russian doll with the sublime Natasha Leone, and it sort of is like a more darker groundhog day in certain ways Natasha Leone keeps dying and ending up back in this bathroom at her thirty six birthday party, and she sort of trying to figure out what is happening to her. And what she has the power to change. If I heard that description, I wouldn't necessarily want to watch it. But I just it's so funny and delightful, I mean, just partly because she. She is so wonderful people who really love New York, and I count myself as one of them I feel like we'll see it as one of the more offensive New York shows it's ever been made. I mean, it just gets the texture of the city in a way that a lot of New York based shows don't release the texture of the city as I've as I've lived it. Yeah. I have to completely agree with you. I have been watched the whole thing. So I just went crazy with it has this great feel to it. If you just describe it is like, okay. So it's groundhog without the comedy or whatever. But it's not in. It's a great showcase for tasha Leone. Who is fantastic. She has this kind of over the top stick, which at one point. She describes herself as what would be the love child of Andrew dice clay in the little girl from brave, and that's actually kind of. So I think that Ross should go out and completely in indulge himself. And you know, I also I also say is just it's so again, maybe this is like a really predictable survey Shen, but I just love the fact that you have this show about a woman in her mid thirties that sort of like an existential detective show as opposed to you know, like a romantic quest. I feel like you don't really get a show about a woman. That's not really in any real sense about her love life. Yeah. It's she's completely driving this train. And she's if anything she's the unromantic person in this thing as opposed to this guy who's in it, and she is just brilliant with the whole thing. The show is called Russian doll. It's on Netflix. Thank you, Michelle. And Michelle that's our show for this week. Thank you. Bye. This week show was produced by Alex Laughlin for transmitter media and edited by lacy Roberts. Our executive producer is credit cone, and we had help from Tyson Evans Phoebe let Ian Persad Philbrick and Francis gang. And our theme was composed as always by Allison Leyton Brown. Fantastic. All right. We're gonna we're gonna quake we're gonna take a quick break.

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"lacy roberts" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"lacy roberts" Discussed on KOMO

"This is perspective from abc news i'm cheri preston we've now passed the one hundred day mark and by that we mean there are less than one hundred days now until the only real social event of the year the royal wedding between terry and begging markel windsor castle this past week the couple visited scotland in wild the crowds she wore burberry shook hands and put it a shetland pony he was just airy the two of them making plans for the big day so let's talk about it with our favorite royal biographer and historian for that flick show the crown robert lacey robert this week it was announced that meghan and harrier planning a carriage ride after the ceremony through the streets of windsor correct echoed the wings is the queen's hometown and um it be it's like to have a wedding there but there were a couple of drawbacks them one of them is that they took charming country town of those got wonderful council and the middle of london when you think about it is is built as a professional way this is the mild boost the white this ytl each all set up for royal weddings and you don't get that in country towns and so they've had to invent a professional way by creating a boost in the in the great talk and so we're hoping the weather will be good and um that's one problem the other problem is that sinn george's chapel in wins ah he's he's quite small um but british royal wedding stand to seventy runs eight hundred guests and in the way in the end the after you can get 1600 and thinking about modern royals is it's not just say goodbye other relatives and friends they also have a lot of charities and good causes they worked out a way whereby the guests from charities and so on we'll get special access inside wins the council they may not be able to sit in the chapel but they'll have their own special contact with with make an harry of course and so.

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"lacy roberts" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"lacy roberts" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Change your spouse desires is an attack on you or your personality so instead of just ignoring her blowing up to them start by asking on a scale of one to ten with ten being really really important to you how important is it to you that i changed this action or behavior then focus on those eights nines and tens and put the other things on the back burner father way your spouse needs to know that a list of all nine heinzer tens is just not realistic focus on the things that mean the most to your spouse and remember your family first want to connect with mark on twitter follow him at twitter dot com slash mark meryl family tips great resources and his sneak peek end of his life as a husband father and leader tracking the weather is all about keeping your family safe rely on this severe weather station news radio wait forty who yes this is perspective from abc news i'm cheri preston we've now passed the one hundred day mark dan by that we mean there are less than one hundred days now until the only real social event of the year the royal wedding between terry and begging markel at windsor castle this past week the couple visited scotland in wild the crowds she wore burglary shook hands and the shepherd only he was just airing the two of them making plans for the big day so let's talk about it with our favorite royal biographer and historian for the net show the crown robert lacey robert this week it was announced that mega than harrier planning a carriage ride after the ceremony through the streets of windsor but echoed the winning goal.

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"lacy roberts" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"lacy roberts" Discussed on KOMO

"Two got a lot of things going on we're going to see a lot of rain we're gonna see windy at times and we're going to see a lot of snow in the mountains and and we're going to be measuring feet as opposed to inches so keep that in mind get travel plans and just in general be aware that weather is going to be a factor we're gonna be watching on sunday for at least the potential of some loewen snow so winter is definitely rearing its head komo weather center i'm steve pool komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven this is perspective from abc news i'm cheri preston with now after one hundred day mark and by that we mean there are less than one hundred days now until the only real social event of the year the royal wedding with me it's berry and begging marvelloud windsor castle this past week the couple visited scotland wowed the crowds she wore burberry shook hands and predator shetland pony he was just airing the two of them making plans for the big day so let's talk about it with our favorite royal biographer and historian for the net flick show the crown robert lacey robert this week it was announced that mega and harrier planning a carriage ride after the ceremony through the streets of windsor echo the queen's hometown it's nice to have a waiting there but there were a couple of drawbacks them one of them is that they took charming country town of those got wonderful castle and the middle of london when you think about it is is built as a professional way this the mild boost the white this why toll it's all set up for royal weddings and you didn't get that in country towns and so they've had to invent a professional way by creating the illusion that in the great talk and so we're hoping the weather will be good and um that's one platinum the other problem is that sinn george's chapel in wins ah is he's quite small um but british royal weddings to under room.

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"lacy roberts" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"lacy roberts" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And resources and then get outside io the door when it matters most from any force them to every corner human asks space for more than a decade he's been right there had been david numerous coupling and when american jobs are on the line the church more americans for now watching whose tonight dick thank you agencies whose tonight with david nor he reports to you this is perspective from abc news i'm cheri preston we've now passed the one hundred day mark and by that we mean there are less than one hundred days now until the only real social event of the year the royal wedding between kerry and begging markel windsor castle this past week the couple of visited scotland and wild the crowds she wore burberry shook hands and peta the shetland pony he was just area the two of them making plans for the big day so let's talk about it with our favorite royal biographer and historian for that put show the crown robert lacey robert this week it was announced that meghan and harrier planning a carriage ride after the ceremony through the streets of windsor correct because in the queen's hometown and um he beat each like to have a wedding there but there were a couple of troll back some one of them easily took charming country town of those got wonderful council and the middle of london when you think about it is is built as a professional way this a mild boost the white this is why toll usual set up for royal weddings and you don't get that in country towns and so they've had to invent a professional way by creating a roots in the in the great talk and so uh we're hoping the weather will be good and um that's one problem the other problem is that sinn george's chapel in windsor eased is quite small um but british royal weddings down to seventy.

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"lacy roberts" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"lacy roberts" Discussed on KOMO

"The court over the end of the daca after a b c from abc news i'm richard cantu blowing at one hundred eighty five miles an hour category five hurricane armor is the most powerful ever recorded in the atlantic ocean by saw still at abc news meteorologist ginger zee says it's very down on the eastern caribbean sets just over a hundred miles east moving west at fifteen miles per hour the gusts to two hundred twenty five miles per hour saint martin the us and british virgin islands puerto rico in the track turks and caicos could see fifteen to twenty foot storms allow these islands tend to even twenty inches of rain dude could be hitting florida by the weekend this hurricane is far too powerful poses far too great a threat rose to delay actions any longer miami dade county mayor carlos jimenez sounding the alarm as florida governor rich we are preparing for our mature directly impact or state and while it's still too early to tell exactly where the strong will hit is incredibly important that all thoroughly deion's keep a close eye on this incredibly dangerous storm officials are looking into gasoline shortages in the miami area ahead of the storm some filling stations reporting no gas where there are no reported supplier distribution issues president trump is given congress six months to come up with an alternative is administration ending obama era protections for undocumented immigrants brought to the us as children then declaring i have a love for these people and hopefully now congress will be able to help them and do it properly across the country the president's action on in front of the white house and air national guard f sixteen crash northwest of sanford arizona first lieutenant lacey roberts a spokeswoman for the arizona guards 100 second one hundred sixty second wing brain now uh ongoing efforts are are being made correct higher it and the um paid a appellate right now at unknown suffered arizona roughly seventy miles from tucson you're listening to abc news pressures are for base buildings only and unquote windows accessory economic recovery we've all.

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"lacy roberts" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"lacy roberts" Discussed on WGN Radio

"From marvin 9 o'clock here's rob martir viet is partly cloudy and fifty six at o'hare there is no logic behind president trump's decision to end the daca program that from jose ventura who's with these chicago social service agency central romero they don't qualify for political system there qualify for further losses they them qualify for anything of the only thing that they got a worker producers and they are allowed to work legally the amount of states the trump administration announcing today it's phasing out the program over the next six months and leaving it up to congress to come up with an alternative the president now says he will revisit the program and protecting those young and begin immigrants that is brought in to the country illegally as children if congress doesn't act the president tweeting out today that if congress doesn't come up with a plan it will have to step in and fix it himself meanwhile the president has declared emergencies in florida puerto rico and the us virgin islands as hurricane erma prepares for landfall the declarations authorized the department of homeland security in the federal emergency management agency to coordinate disaster relief efforts in those areas chicago police deputy superintendent kevin navarro confirms a twenty five year old man died this morning while in police custody in the long dale neighborhood that founder was in custody for rao robbery he was having a medical incident our officers call for an ambulance was placed in the ambulance and by the time he got to the hospital he was a deal way navarro says the man suffered a medical event put deferred do the medical examiner for the exact cause of death he says there's no report that force was used a tough time for members of the arizona air national guard officials seen f sixteen fighter crashed this afternoon about twenty miles northwest of stafford during a routine training exercise first lieutenant lacey roberts telling abc news radio the fate of the pilot isn't yet known tonight as search efforts continued pilot goto absolutely henaish training and egress chaining it they have to renew and.

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"lacy roberts" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

KQED Public Radio

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"lacy roberts" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

"To put these people there's only four of five shelters glenn though there overcrowding i'd rather walk over people who in to have people just push decide and no telling what you going to do with cunningham says he hadn't really plan to launch a one man voter drive but there is this friend of his the it none of that was homeless i believe he prefers to live longer st why i don't know but believe he is a registered voter so maybe hosting there thanks to lacy roberts production help on this it's forward so the when you a sports morton san francisco's executive nba program delivering a rigorous academic experience immersed in the me play area though system and it sounds to a globally connected that work moore shotgun ten the is this family foundation advances the wiser use of energy a natural resources on the planet everything is connecting on the way the shouldn't bottle over and that james irvine foundation expanding economic in political opportunity for californians who were working but struggling that for a fine job.

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