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"lashof" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS
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"lashof" Discussed on KCRW
"3rd good to have you with us. We begin today with climate change a top priority in President Biden's administration. Ah, huge problem to tackle to be sure, but there is some low hanging fruit, some relatively easy fixes that do have bipartisan support. Case in point today, the Environmental Protection Agency released a proposed rule to phase down the use of HFCs hydrofluorocarbons. These are chemical refrigerants and products we use every day and they do a lot of damage to the climate. Marketplaces. Kimberly Adams gets us started. The EPA in line with the law, passed late last year, wants to reduce the production and importation of HFCS by about 85% before 2035 Dan Lashof is the U. S director of the World Resource is Institute HFCS, he says they're super pollutants used in refrigeration. Mostly that can have thousands of times the global warming impact of carbon dioxide and says Lashof, citing EPA is numbers. The net benefits of this rule are expected to be about $280 billion through 2050, and that's mostly from reducing global warming impacts. But some of those benefits are from improved efficiency of the new refrigerants and everyday things. David Doniger is with the natural resource is defense counsel HF Caesar and refrigerators air in the air conditioner of your car there inform installations that you might find in the wall. The House and Doniger says most consumers won't really notice the transition kind of like when we phased out CFC's chemicals that damage the ozone layer. We've gone through two generations of these refrigerant changes already, and you can't see the difference in the price of new air conditioners and the industry is on board knowing the plan, even if they'd like some tweaks allows them to plan Helen Walter Taryn Oni is with the Air conditioning, heating and refrigeration Institute. There's been an estimate of 39,000 jobs will be created with the face down of HFCs because all those systems will eventually need to be replaced. And someone has to manufacture the next generation refrigerants. I think that no matter which side of the coin, you look at it, it's kind of a win all around. And you know what? These days. Let's just take the win in Washington. I'm Kimberly Adams for marketplace. In the housing news. Mortgage delinquencies are way down as of last week, more than 91% of homeowners had made their April payment the largest share in any month during the pandemic so far That's the latest from mortgage data firm Black Knight. It's yet another sign of the improving economy and the impact of pandemic relief checks. But beneath the headline numbers are some stark disparities. Marketplaces. Amy Scott has more Back in November, Brooke Lauren and her husband paused their mortgage payments. She's a home school teacher and crypto currency trader and Colorado Springs. He'd been out of work for several months and then found a low paying job in HR. We're making late payments so rather than pay $50 a month Late fees every month. He just did it for barracks for three months. Then in March, just as therefore, Barents was about to expire. Their pandemic relief check arrived when her husband found a higher paying job that came in just at the right time. We're actually stood for doing pretty well because he's got two jobs and propels doing pretty well. Tooth Lauren Story is in some ways the story of the economy right now. Andy Waldon with Black Knight credits the combination of government stimulus, a stronger job market and a typical seasonal bump in people's pocketbooks from tax refunds and bonuses. Walden says two thirds of homeowners who were in for parents plans at some point over the past 12 months have now left them over 40% of those homeowners or re performing. Another 15% of paid off their mortgages go through selling their home or through refinancing their mortgage. That leaves more than two million mortgages still in for parents, and the improvement hasn't been equal. The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia found that last month 11% of black homeowners were in for parents compared to just 4.5% of white homeowners. Leanne Adams is with Neighbor Works America, a nonprofit housing and community development group. She says black homeowners could be at higher risk of foreclosure when for parents protections expire. We know from the last crisis that black homeowners were really disproportionately impacted. And she says it took longer for them to recover. I may be Scott for marketplace. On Wall Street today. I'm not saying it's inflation. I'm on Lee, saying Rising prices are leading some companies to record profits. Good amount of green out there today. Details when we do the numbers News today that Verizon is selling Yahoo and AOL well to the private equity firm Apollo Global Management for $5 billion in cash and stocks. That's about four billion less than Verizon paid for those two companies. Not all.
"lashof" Discussed on WordPress Semanal
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"lashof" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"lashof" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
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"lashof" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"On the other side of the Indian Ocean it's consider when the worst natural disasters in modern history Madonna has apologized for canceling the last concert of the tour just two hours before show time the sixty one year old pop singer opened up on Instagram on Sunday about her pain saying she barely made it through Saturday show in Miami and she could not go on the next day due to doctor's orders Madonna still has European shows scheduled between January and March and it looks like Kylie Jenner has spent twelve thousand dollars on a beanie baby the green bear covered in crystals is one of just three that were ever made and Jenna bot in a charity auction this month hosted by Justin and Haley beaver highly Jenner's twenty two years old by the way for described her as a self made billionaire this year largely thanks to her cosmetics empire take a look at the roads now there is a crash in Calabasas on the one on one north bound side before last Virginis a crash blocking the three right lanes it's a really tight squeeze back to lashof was able to pass that though it looks like a really nice ride continuing north into thousand oaks not seeing any trouble they're heading to Highland Park one ten south bound at Avenue sixty a motorcycle crash blocking the two right lanes heavily from York Boulevard in a crash in south el Monte that's been there all morning sixty west down at the six oh five the crash is blocking the transition to the six oh five south that is completely shut down have delays from seventh KFI in the sky help either faster I'm sort crop right to you by the cunning gentle implants center see table is west Hartford is now open take one you know world cut not a world in west Hartford the greatest dine in movie theater of all time hi it's great but say the name seen a police west Hartford is now open enjoy the comfort of sitting on a cloud in food magically appearing cut cut scene a bonus west Hartford featured reclining leather seats in M. feeder dining visit C. I. N. E. P. O. L. I. S. USA dot com what's with this guy I'm sorry your something you probably don't know fifty two percent of guys over forty experience the D. Roman is here to help with Roman you can chat with the U. S. license position about treatment options if your doctor decides stream is right for you Roman can ship your prescription.
"lashof" Discussed on Top 5 Comics Podcast
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"lashof" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Artificial data. Lashof facebook. What really bugs me about that? The 'cause when you see what they said. Oh, I didn't know but no, it was wrong to talk the Russians about this. I didn't know why don't how it is explain that to kids in the hood, when they their approach I law enforcement, and I said, well, I didn't realize that I was supposed to do this supposed to know the very wealthy people with high price lawyers can get away with thing. I didn't know. Whoa. I'm would okay. Guys. It's so it's Friday. So this is, you know, it's summer Fridays have started. So y'all are only working half days, some of you already drunk by your pool. Let's be real. Welcome back to the show. There was Nancy Pelosi. I we played this on break, we're trying to figure out where where does this go. So let me just follow the logic. She's, she's trying to say that Trump said he didn't know that he broke any laws. Although that's not what he said. He said he didn't break any laws and she didn't and she's. And then she decides what analogy can I use? Let's go to kids in the hood, seriously. Play that, first part again, because I that is amazing to me. What really bugs live out because when you see what they said. Oh, I didn't know didn't know it was wrong to Russians about this. I didn't know why don't Howard is a flame, that kids in the hood when they their approach by law enforcement. Nice. I didn't realize that I was supposed to do this. How do you explain that to kids into hood? Okay. First off, what she's, she's making the presupposition that Trump did something wrong, which has already been proven and claimed and supported by evidence. In fact, that he did nothing wrong since she's trying to say, well, it's like if he did something wrong and said he didn't know that he did it. I mean that kids in the hood. Lee. I dunno world. Oh man. Bus comedy of heading a while. Honestly. It reminds me. This might be a stretch. But I'm just gonna let you this is how my brain works. So one of the things that I love to do is I like to look at memes at night, and then I like to look at really bizarre video clips. And there's this group out there. I don't know who they are. But they're these elderly white people in the one guy who the I can only imagine is, is like the youth outreach, minister something heavy set, dude. They do these rap videos where they're talking about Jesus, but they're wrapping it old people doing it if you seen it, and one of them's like Jesus is my homie. Just reminds me of that. So bad. No, no. I didn't say that. It didn't say that. She just reminds me of that. It's, it's so loopy who does that. Well, how do you how do you hurt? You can tell her brain is stumbling. It's, it's as if the little things that run her body, the robot that is her body are in her brain, and they're desperately flinging stuff out out of file cabinets, try to desperately find some sort of analogy. She us. Sorry, just. Yes. Okay. That'll work. And she says that it sounds so ridiculous. I just. What and also just make the obvious point. She, let's just say that her presupposition has any mayor in reality, and or logic. She's simul. She's also arguing that the complex a web of regulation, is similar to don't commit just like basic crimes. Would that everybody knows is wrong. I think that may conclude our show today by guys. Oh my God. My word so crazy. All right. All right. So that's you know. All right. Let's move on to get a couple of other things if I can, I'm never going to get past the sound bites not going to happen. This judge. Oh man. Judges as I said earlier, these are people who when you go into their courtroom. They determine whether or not well, you're guilty or innocent, or the jury does, if it's a jury case, and then they meet out penalty. So this judge Shelley Joseph. She's for Massachusetts. She was accused of conspiring to help a criminal illegal alien evade ice agents in her courtroom, enter courtroom. She or she apparently conspired with five people to orchestrate escape of a criminal illegal alien from her legit courtroom. Yeah. And then she was arrested and the prosecutors don't really wanna let her off lightly, which I agree. She could she's being faced with decades of jail time, and then obviously the end of her judicial career, but then the US attorney decided change of heart because this is why we ever recidivism rate. So you offered her a deal, which she could avoid criminal prosecution if she admitted her behavior was improper and promise not to get any trouble. Anymore trouble. But she said, well, she flew the one finger salute and turn it down flat put into Boston Globe. She's the she turned it down. She could avoid prosecution. Andrew del in the US. Attorney offered her deferred prosecution agreement, she would not have been indicted, but she refused to admit that she finally federal law. Now, she faces up to twenty years in prison. Throw the damn book at her. This is ridiculous. I mean she I don't know if she thinks that she's just going to be able to skate off by making our case in front of a jury, but. She there's Mel mounds and mounds and mounds of evidence showing that she's guilty of exactly what she's being accused of. So now, of course, socialists, love her she'll she's probably going to get a university teaching position, friend of mine said, oh, she's going to book deal, you know, that she's totally going to book deal. So now an addition to turning down flat. She wants her salary to be reinstated because she says her legal fees are mounting. Wow. Maybe you should have thought about that, before you help to criminal escape from your courtroom violating law. Judge? So, and she's trying to she's like why have kids college tuition to pay for? Yeah. That's tough beings. You made a stupid decision and you screwed over your family. Throw the book at our I would maximum maximum penalty maximum. She it is. And she's trying to make it to where well see, like you guys, I have kids college education. I have to pay for it. Yeah. But we didn't help a criminal escape Justice, literally out of your courtroom, wouldn't do that. So we can't nobody can sympathize empathize that does not resonate with anyone. So her front of her started to go find me page to raise money for her legal bills. They've raised like sixty thousand dollars or something they need they need almost a million. And this I it's just a I'm just amazing. And then there was a friend of mine wrote a piece, Jeff Shaw wrote a piece where I didn't think about this part. He mentioned that the go fund me, actually could get hurt could could prove to be more of a complication for her because the there was an attorney and a friend of hers that started this go fund me, and citing Boston Herald, his name is Alan finger and jazz rights. He's going to be more careful not to cause more trouble for this effort because of Joseph accepts this sort of help from that many people and eventually returns to the bench. She would obviously have to recuse herself if any of them ever appeared before her in the future. And I think that is a really good point. Thing or claims that he's carefully reviewing all donations. He's not allowing attorneys to donate. But he also said that all donations are made anonymously. So how does that work? So if you're a concern who writes about possible conflicts of interest in the future wouldn't you want the donations to be as transparent as possible. Or are you more worried that people would be embarrassed about helping this, the these are individuals who demand that we all follow the laws, but they don't have to for more sunlight less. Yeah. Exactly. It just it's amazing to me. And this is by the way, this, there was a wasn't there, a politician or some lawmaker that? Is that did the same thing out in California? That helped a criminal. So this isn't the first time. I don't believe that we've that we've discussed this. So I, I'm just amazed amazed. Now, also one of the other things that we're looking at here. For this. We're going to get into the Meryl Streep stuff. But this Bronco well. Let's go ahead play Brock Obama was speaking in Brazil, and literally everything that he says here. Absolutely everything that he says, audio twenty three is a lie. Listen..
"lashof" Discussed on KMJ NOW
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"lashof" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"I'm sure I'm mispronouncing that and also please join it on the compensation on Twitter as reminder has tag re-energizing. I think some of you have already been doing that. But please keep it up. I wanted to Marianne. So you're beyond coal campaign has a goal of eliminating coal with an eleven years. While the green new deals goal appears to be calling to eliminate all carbon. And that's same timeframe. Are you worried that there's an increasing gap between the rhetoric and goals and reality of what's possible. Visit she's been radio programming from Tuesday. Thank you very much for all your great reporting. And thanks WRI for having me. It's an honor to be here. The Sierra Club. One of our our niches in the environmental movement is we have a democratically elected board of directors elected by our three million members and supporters and they have adopted the goal of getting all fossil fuels off the power grid by twenty thirty. And so the beyond coal campaign has been working for over a decade to first stop a wave of two hundred new coal plants that were proposed about during the George W Bush years, which we again with many many partner organizations with many grassroots folks all over the country who are worried about climate change water pollution, air pollution, public health. I stop those new coal plants, and then turned to the existing fleet of coal plants, and I live in West Virginia. So I very much take to heart of the comments about doing this in a way that doesn't leave people behind. That's an important part of the green new deal. But we are at the point now where we have over half the coal plants in the United States two hundred eighty seven announced to retire and given the urgency of the climate crisis and the pollution that comes not just from coal, but also gas extraction and production and burning we are working in earnest to try to get a electric grid in this country powered with renewable energy by twenty thirty and given the progress that we've made over the past decade. Yes, it's a lofty goal. But I also think it's possible Marian. But how much of the coal retirements were due to the shale natural gas revolution, which I know syrup also opposes. Well. There's no doubt that the gas revolution created a lot of dramatic changes in the electric sector for sure. And a lot of credit a lot of competition for coal. But I think the reality of right now is that we have a race in front of. For who is going to own America's energy future. And we are doing everything we can to make sure that renewable energy and storage win that race because we have the biggest change in. How we make trinity in America. I taking place right now. The biggest change since the industrial revolution. Frankly. And and it's a decision being made in states by cities by state decision makers by grassroots leaders by all the folks who are part of the beyond coal campaign pushing it influences decisions and so the future is up for grabs. And we are doing everything we can to make sure that renewable energy grabs future. Dan. What would you say is a blind spot in his debate of decarbonising both the electricity sector, but also possibly perhaps those are the blind spots, the transportation and the industrial sector. Well, I don't know if it's a blind spot. But I think one of the things that we need to consider is as where decarbonising the trysofi sector. We're probably also going to see a significant increase or need to see a significant increase in total electric demand as we electrify transportation and buildings and eventually industry. So Dan Lashof world Resources Institute. A fifty percent increase in electric, demand or more depending on how successful we are in increasing the efficiency of the existing end-uses of electric c which we should definitely be doing. But if but even with that a range of studies show that transportation and buildings and industry, you're going to mean, more electricity. That's actually can be very good thing. But it's something we have to plan for and that probably means I think one of the big. Friction points might be on transmission as we go to more renewables and the need for more electricity to decarbonised not just the power sector, but the entire Konami. We're going to need more transmission that'll be very cost effective thing to do. There's going to be a lot of issues around citing that perhaps new technology that can help with that if we can use high voltage DC lines that are cost effective to put underground rather than above head. That would really help avoid some of the fights that we're already seeing. But I would say that those are issues that we need to bring into the conversation. Karen, how essential do you think price on carbon is to any climate policy? I think it's crucial to climate policy. Because I think we talk a lot about the different technologies that are going to need to come on board and the need to decarbonised, but it's very hard to predict exactly what the solutions are going to be. And so having a price on carbon as a way to provide an incentive to reduce carbon emissions at various at all margins or wherever they occur. I having said that and it also provides revenue that can be used to dress various concerns that come up with talked about some of them that just transitions issues and also impacts on consumers as well. So there's it creates a body of revenue either through a carbon tax or a cap and trade program that has an auction associated with it. But I also think that we shouldn't necessarily think that that's going to be sufficient, I think particularly given the. The. Ambitiousness of what we need to do. And how how quickly we need to get it done that we're going to need programs related to research and development, and we'll probably also gonna need other types of policies to encourage technology and a carbon tax can provide some revenue for achieving those goals as well. So the good thing about only having one microphone for all four of them is that they can't talk over each other. I think CNN is to try to employ that strategy. So a question for all of you. And we touched on this a little bit in previous conversations but question on carbon capture technology, so former former Vice President Al gore told me at the UN climate conference in Poland last December that he thinks carbon capture technologies quote nonsense. Do you guys agree with that? And why or why not? I don't think it's nonsense. I think it's important to not rule out any particular technology, and to provide incentives through these pricing mechanisms I think. That. There are because there's such a bold challenge right now that we do need to keep a lot of options on the table. So I wouldn't want to rule it out at this point. Yeah. I agree with Karen on that. I think what I would add is I think win carbon capture was initially discussed a decade or so ago, the focus was on coal and keeping the coal industry in the United States alive and it being a pathway for coal. I think that's very unlikely if you had a technology neutral, whether it's a carbon tax or a clean, energy standard or cap, and trade and let these zero carbon technologies compete with each other. We would expect renewables to be the vast majority of the US electric generation. But for the last five percent ten percent. Twenty percent depends on the economics. It's very valuable to have technology that's dispatch -able, and that's where carbon capture could play a really important role. It's m- economics right now suggests that that's likely be on natural gas. The other place where carbon capture could be really crucial is for carbon dioxide removal. We are now if we'd started thirty years ago when we should have we probably wouldn't need to be talking about removing large quantities of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Now, we need to have that conversation. IPC one point five. We report makes that very clear and while there's a lot that we can do with so-called natural climate solutions. Trees are great way to take carbon out of the atmosphere. There's only so much land in the world, and we're going to have to feed ten billion people at the same time that we're trying to solve climate change. So we think there's likely to be a very significant role for technological carbon removal, and then capturing that to to and permanently keeping the atmosphere. Marianne is this something that the Sierra Club is supporting at all. Well, a couple of thoughts on that. From from my perspective. The there are a lot of other problems associated with fossil Fuel Development that carbon capture doesn't address. So if you're the mom of a child with asthma living near a coal plant. If you have coal ash related, lead, arsenic, mercury and your water. If you have a frac gas pipeline threatening your farm if you have fracking waste in your drinking water. There are many many reasons that people are opposed to fossil fuels and supportive of renewable energy that just addressing the carbon problem doesn't doesn't address. Mountains being blown up in Appalachia, for example. So that's that's one one factor. I think the other is we have utilities around the country now who are doing RFP's nips go in Indiana. Excel in Colorado and are finding that new solar was storage. New wind is cheaper than running existing coal plants. So nips go utility in Indiana is going to retire its coal plants, replace them entirely with wind solar with storage and efficiency and demand response..
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"Official data Lashof Facebook. So far, no comment from the network. But I do think we will see smell that get back to work because the the narrative is once again change from victim to villain back to victim. It's been very confusing as as Ryan was saying people don't know what to believe. And we may never really know what happened on the street that night in Chicago. But for his fans for his friends. This is a triumphant moment that he can get back to what he wants to do which is work triumphant moment, we may never know what happened on that street when. These dudes said that they were paid to attack him. And he literally wrote a check that said Jesse smell the top and had his signature jussie smollet at the bottom. The only thing that was missing was in the middle section that he didn't write attack. That's how we know. It wasn't about the attack because he didn't write attack in the memo section. I mean, who are you to judge this two men who went to the crafty beaver to purchase symbolic lavas and some rope and some bleach maybe they were doing something at their house. You don't know. I mean, yes, it's it's your it is correct. That those were the exact same items that were used in the end the quote, unquote attack on jussie smollet. But and yes, those guys purchasing those items at the crafty beaver were the ones who are paid with the check that said jussie smollet at the top and was side Justice millet. And yes, those guys were the ones who and sworn statements totally is that he paid them to attack them, and they purchase these items that you can see closed circuit television at the craft you beaver. Yes. All of this is true. But I mean, we may never know what hap-. Who don't forget about the surveillance video from the street that we only have they would have sixty seconds. They would have had to attack him bleach on him and do all of these things and put the news on him in sixty seconds seconds. Oh, and let's not also forget, I mean. Yes, it's true. He was also simultaneously on the phone with his manager. When all of this is said to happen, and he fought police request to get phone records, and he had an untouched subway sandwich. But that is still kept hold of the entire damn time. You can get bleach on it. I mean that is I get props. Why the hell is his hand football? I mean, you can keep hold of a sandwich. Like that. My gosh, surely the NFL can make a place for him. If you know, the TV thing doesn't work out because the rating suck out loud so bad for his show. But that was also trying to brag to people, by the way. But yeah, I mean, we never know what happened on that sidewalk. Notice. Attorney says check. And what it was for. Oh, please. Please do share. Let's play. Well, so let's talk about the thirty five hundred dollar check. You you had the police chief saying one thing then you had the lawyers say something different the lawyer for the Olsen Darrell brothers. She said something one time, then she said something another time. So every time she makes a comment about that check that becomes evidence. In our case that it's inconsistent Jesse always maintain that thirty five hundred dollar. Check was for his workouts for nutrition those awesome Darrow brothers. Also supported that. Oh, he paid them for a workout Winky Winky ends some nutrition we can give Winky they just misunderstood. You. See, I mean, the workout that. I mean Nate that's how they work out where they're from. They beat people up and bleaches nutrition. It's nutritious. And delicious. There is nothing suspicious. This delicious nutritious drink. Also, the glove doesn't fit you must acquit. Oh my gosh. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Well, there you go. There you go. Yeah. So I. People were mad when I said that that was that that was privilege that he that. He was now I go with people were saying though with racism, it's because it's racism because this is the missile races. You mean like the two black men who are innocent of the crime that they were being accused of that. He was totally fine sending jail. Yeah. Those guys that's but that's okay, though. Right. Different. Oh, no. It's not. I tell you what. I I don't know in rare for the Rahm Emanuel workout the nutrition who the hell who believes that the that. He gave them that was for workouts are nutrition most expensive rope is really has a lot of fiber skit some fiber on your diet, the fastest way to get fiber. It's Google there. Some on the internet and everything is on the internet is true..
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"Official. Dana Lashof Facebook. Is the mom of two little girls. One four and one ten month old I can't make into back kind of pain, and yet today someone the other side of the Iowa trying to use those parents suffering for political advantage making worst case scenarios like these all the more difficult by pushing Bill aimed to criminalise reproductive care. No matter the cost if it becomes law. This Bill would force doctors to perform ineffective invasive procedures on fetuses born with fatal abnormalities their babies. Even if it's against the best interests of the child. Okay. So that's Tammy Duckworth. Hitters wrong wrong wrong, wrong Macron face. Excuse our technical hiccups. Welcome to the program this it's wrong. It's entirely wrong. And here's why first off it planned Parenthood's statistics over the Guttmacher institute. You would not believe how many late term abortions there are, and it's not all for fatal abnormalities, and that still is entirely different than what she's describing. Because what you're talking about is is using it as a form of birth control for for after a recreational sexual encounter, right because first off women aren't going to be going to abortion clinics and to go and get abortions. If there's a problem with their pregnancy. They're going to be going through their OBGYN, and then going to the hospital have these people need for crying out loud. Don't sit here and lie to win and who have gone through. This do not lie to win you murderers who have gone through this for all the people for all of these people that said here and called me gun hor and murderer and everything else. These are people who literally have blood on their hands because they are refused. Don't tell me that you give a damn. At all about any victim of any mass casualty incident don't sit here and tell me that you care about kids in schools when you just voted to kill him after birth. Don't you monsters dare? And if you all out there can't get enraged over this. Well, then we are done say goodbye. It infuriates me to no end. This is not healthcare. This is not prenatal care. It is not any kind of care. What this Bill simply stated, and it literally was a one pager. There's nothing. That's that's there's nothing. That's that's an any way difficult about this. What this Bill stated? Is that if there is a child that is born and survived that survives abortion? Give them care. Don't kill them. We read the language. It's literally like one sentence. You may read it the. The Bill itself. I have it right here. It's the roll call the born alive abortion survivors Protection Act. Literally one sentence quote, a Bill to amend title, eighteen United States code to prohibit a healthcare practitioner from failing to exercise the proper degree of care in the case of a child who survives an abortion or attempted abortion? In quote, literally, all it is. Now, how in the hell is anything that Tammy Duckworth just said describe that they're lying to you. They want to fear mongering you that's what this is all about. They want to fear, monger, plain and simple. Well, this is about this is this is about these Republican men who are going to be doing a b and c and they're going to prevent, you know, they're not they're preventing you from killing a female or male. If they are born this isn't a fetus, that's a baby. Let's all we all are educated adults. Right. Are we all educated adults? Can we all read? Would we consider ourselves somewhat learned people because let's drop the stupid rhetoric. It is a human. It is a child period. A woman does it get pregnant and then by way by through the magic of gone through the birth canal. Do what was who knows? What becomes the human? That's not how science works reproductive-health health, which makes me question. The education of these lawmakers and an also question whether or not they should be the ones writing these laws that they don't understand simple biology. Because this and I've seen the way that media has tried to spin this. And it's disgusting. What's amazing is that senators previously Democrats previously what like six years ago? Oh my gosh. They didn't even want to have this vote. They didn't want to have this vote. Now, they're having the vote in. They're all coming out negative on it. Negative, just complete. I mean, just amazing. Here's the spin from politico. Check this tweet out. This is craziness. The Senate rejected a Bill making it a felony for a doctor to harm or neglect. An infant who survived an attempted abortion part of a Republican effort to squeeze Democrats ahead of the twenty twenty campaign. Yes, because it's not squeezing Democrats. There were publicans are trying to prevent Democrats from squeezing de heads and popping the brains out of of babies if that's too graphic for you. It needs to be stated as such because people need to wake up, this isn't even in keeping with the majority of polling with the United States, the majority of Americans in every single pull that have been taken, including one a month ago showed that the majority of people are against late term abortion. They think it should be capped after three months put aside for whatever we just put aside your thoughts on abortion right now. Let's talk about the practicality and logic of it, shall we? This'll be good. Put aside your thoughts and abortion for a moment. Okay. Most people think, you know, by three months you've had enough time. Three months you've had enough. And they want to put a cap on it at that. I'm talking like over fifty percent of Americans every single one of the twenty twenty democrat primary contenders came out support of this infanticide. Every single one of them. You tell me what is the difference between a child who is viable and survives an abortion and is outside of the mother's body. And say Kamala, Harris, what is the difference? Seriously, think about that. And I don't mean like the media matters. You know, thirty thousand foot we're going to be deliberately obtuse or actually most of us are just too stupid to get jobs. Elsewhere. Think about it for real. What is the difference? One has had more opportunity. One is older. One has been allowed to have the the the the time to live. That's what this is Ben. There's that's the only difference. They're both humans ones older. It's discrimination against the young. And don't say, well, some of them require assistance. I know full grown progressive adults who require assistance, and they're in their twenties. So if you really wanna use that as the litmus test to determine whether or not a life is worthy of living. Then you ought to be very very careful because you have primary candidates literally literally pitching dependency on those who would work for those who are quote unwilling to work in quote as pretty green new deal. So be very very careful about where you go because invoking Peter singer zone logic. That's going to take to a dark place that you won't be able to dig out of figuratively. So this is it's monstrous, and it's barbaric, that's Politico's headline. Now, they had to be this is just Republicans squeezing Democrats ahead to their ahead of the twenty twenty campaign. Yes. Because at nine months of woman decides that she doesn't want her baby as it's being born. And that's that's Republicans squeezing Democrats on that..
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"News ninety five five and AM seven fifty WSB follow along on Twitter. Official data Lashof Facebook. Got so many people are so insensitive over Cheerios. Our country's just the stupidest people in this country. I mean, there's some stupid people all over the world that Americans, you should know better. Good grief, the free to be super there. I mean, I guess so I I have some of the dumbest story guys. You're all. We're all going to have to hold hands and say a prayer before. I get into some of these stupid stories. I'm not even kidding you. Some of them are so bad. I'm gonna have to walk away from the mic, and like it's that stupid. Yeah. That's coming up. Let's get through headlines that right now. And now all of the news. You would probably miss. When you hear them, you're going to be like girl, she was being honest with us telling you, so the midwest apparently feels like seventy five degrees outside and all of my friends who live up north have been taking boiling, water and coffee cups, and thrown it outside and videotaping themselves. My entire Facebook fetus full of stop it. I get it. It does the same thing. But it is really cold because of the poll at polar vortex. It is what was it? Seventy five degrees below zero one of my friends took video she lives in Wisconsin of her going outside early this morning. Like right before the sun came up, and it was so gothic creepy. You could hear the trees crack from the cold. And it was weird. It was the weirdest. Creepiest video they say that the midwest is actually experiencing temperatures colder than parts of Antarctica Sabeer, although right now in articles in summer, so but still yeah. At its coldest point. That's just craziness. Combat global warming. Please tipsy Christie says he'd be a better president than Trump. I think he needs to go back to the beach shutdown. He did a was on Stephen Colbert and they were doing shots. And he's just basically nursing his butthurt is all he's doing Andrew gillum. Got a job surprise surprise with CNN? I love how all of these like defeated politicians that joining CNN or MSNBC political commentators, tell us what it's like to lose bad. This is this story is a metaphor right here for his for his entire career. This comes from boarding area. John casick was told well he was he he they needed to bump him. He was in first class from New York jet from JFK to San Francisco at pilot was traveling for duty assignment and the passenger. They downgraded to economy from I miss John casick, but he didn't leave the first class cabin. He just walked in sat down in another passenger seat. Instead. Had them book. Her her name's Julie Klaus NAR. And she said, I literally just got bumped off this flight to San Francisco by John casick. She chose to not fight about it. And she said Alaska Airlines is very nice. But is that literally not the metaphor for his entire political career right now? Yeah. He just wouldn't leave. He wouldn't leave first class,.
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"On Twitter hash official, data Lashof Facebook. We've got to leave this conversation. They are. But it says a lot about this sort of Twitter culture, we live in where one hundred however many characters or a ten second video is enough for people to draw conclusions. It's reminded all of us. We gotta wait for answers before we really start to come or final conclusions on these types of topic. Yeah. Maybe maybe you guys should have waited right? Yeah. Maybe you guys should have waited. I mean for just a hot second. Just a high second to make sure that you had the story, right? Good heavens. It's MSNBC. Maybe we should've. You know, we gotta wait for answers. What you guys you guys were more interested in in lynching a bunch of kids. That's what it was by the way. And I am more on this. I think that this is a huge watershed moment here. I really do. And I I there's a couple of things that I want to put out there that is going to make you think one of them. Let me see where's this at? I have a ton of stuff. So this is this is where it gets a little weird. The. The orig- this story that came out. They found the account that really started pushing this whole story, right? The Washington Examiner has the story a say they found that that CNN apparently had had asked about this account because there was one account that had more than forty thousand followers. And it was they suspended it because it was the one that pushed this video made it viral the account was at twenty twenty fight. And it said that it belonged to a schoolteacher in California. But it used a picture of a Brazilian blogger. And they tweeted this account tweeted, hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of times a day. And the it was re tweeted fourteen thousand times the video that went out there. And because the account could not be verified by Twitter, they suspended it. Now. You know, how the dudes always like, I'm not saying aliens. But it's aliens. Yeah. Well, I'm not saying it's Russians. But I don't know. I mean, look how easy this is. Just I just look at this. Somebody else had made this remark. Do you see how the entire country was essentially thrown into chaos? Because of this video. And it was a short excerpts wasn't even the full footage. And it was misrepresented. I mean, you see this. I put up on Facebook that showed oh the old Prince William over there in England, and he was getting out of his car, and he was waving at reporters. And it looked like he was giving them all the middle finger looks like he was just brought up the middle finger and flicking them all off, right? While there was an exact photo another photo taken at the exact same time that showed that he was holding up three fingers talking about. Now, he has got three kids because he was at the hospital apparently visiting when his wife had the their last baby. Yeah. There's two sides to every story is what the photo says. Now think about that. You have this excerpt that's put out there. And it's pushed it goes viral because there is so much division. And it's been groomed. The division was really encouraged in two thousand and eight it was very much encouraged, and it's been encouraged by many in the media, even before then. So this video goes out. And I mean, everyone loses their minds you have grown adults that are threatening to beat up kids. Now. Grown adults. They identified the wrong one of the wrong kids, a Katie winning at the school and his life was just about ruined. They got death threats family business got. I mean, they railroad of their businesses insane. All of this over a video. The school is shut down today. The school didn't wanna be opened today. They were worried about the security of their of the students. So the school is not open today. This is how bad this has gotten. The Covington Catholic high school shut down its website. They shut down their Facebook page. They disconnected their phone. Because of all of this. They shut down. They're locked down. Right now. Is this is insane..
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"Thanks, Alex Lorne actually got to spend some time with last year at the all star game. Now, we're heading off to this year's all star game, boys. I speak in all star games. I got that. Kate shell all Sergei written down my notes here where that guy was playing the guitar on the ice. I commend him yet a decent voice. And that's a lot of jam to to get up there for those people and perform like that as you see that clip wit. I did I okay. So I saw the, you know, the beginning of it with a kid sitting on the bench or the guitar, and I kind of cringed was like all no dude is he going to be guitar guy. Like let me play song. And then he crushed it. His voice was was good enough where I you know, right away, you realize he's doing this for a reason he knows how nasty is if that guy is single. Oh my gosh. Where's he from? He doesn't have. He's Canadian American. I have no idea. But that's a Canadian hated Canadian is saying that's a Tyler Seguin pussy flare. If I ever saw what I found is is Twitter, whatever. And I was like, oh, yeah. He's retweeting everything this kid smart when you crush when you have a viral clip like that where it's not just viral of you being professional hockey player in the all star game in what is considered the second best league in the world. You're also drumming the guitar with long hair a rockstar on the bench with everyone clapping along. So that was pretty cool. That's gotta be memorable. Also did notice checking his hockey DB. That's why it's bearing forgot if he Canadian American he has an insane run to where he's gotten he played into alway I think he played Canadian hockey biz which usually guys don't play pro after that, you know, like Canadian college. Yeah. And then he was like in the coast, and then he just kept rising. Now, he's in the cage. Dude. Like, that's you know, you're making good money in the cage. He's he's come from not doing a lot in some pretty shitty. Leagues grinded his way to now after playing he had a big year. I saw now he's in the Cato. And he's in the also good for that guy. He cannot not only play we can only sing he can also play. Did you guys have teammates who would like play the guitar and the ruin make everybody listen to them Matt Lashof, I didn't play. That's exactly the name. I was thinking he's got like albums and stuff. He's legit. He plays the tar really, well, he's real. And he's a fucking handsome fella too. So shuttled. You're in a music video yourself, right? All god. Don't even start members. One never Glenn Patrick's kids Curtis. Patrick I brought this up before. And you won't I brought it up is what has to go. And I let it go by everyone is to go and YouTube starship love on my space love ship space love shames worthy. But I actually think that if it's the song I actually like. Hahtrick is talented. Yeah. It is. It's a banger of song. And then you're dances. Yeah. Those are little cringe-worthy read it in your shredded in them shirt off in wheeling West Virginia, just crushing God knows what on that sounds fire his friend. I had the worst kills in. Buddy, who's the girl in the video? All that is. I forget the guy's name. He was one of my teammates. It was his girlfriend. She was living there at the time. That's all board. We were their spare time and willingness Jinya. So we ended up making that shovel out. I think Bernie Chimoio another kid from from Pittsburgh was in it too. But netted it Ned at haven his in it it the nice pass on a five on three that it's first time ever five on three power play. And then he turned around that you Chuck Chuck them with lane Mets and the on the lady Steve for you. Okay, boys. I have a couple of things written down. This one's a little weird at Gani Malkin is wearing two different types of hockey gloves. Right now. All bays. I'm so happy. You brought this up..