35 Burst results for "Last Spring"
Satan Tries to Get You Through Your Vows
"Satan tries to get you through your vows. I will never do, I will never take another drink again. Don't say that. You are not capable of doing that. The self control is a fruit of the spirit, says it very clearly in the scriptures. Instead, you say, only thanks to the power of Jesus Christ, would I ever not be able to take another drink again? That is a completely different thing than saying, I alone can take on the evil and the devices of Satan, completely and totally different. And Jesus said this. He said, do not do not make earthly vows. Let your yes be yes and your no be no. As soon as you take a vow, what is Satan? He's a taunter. He's able to taunt you with your own vow, right? You said you would never do this again. Come on, let's see how strong you are. All of a sudden it's held over your head. Instead, you should say, I am not enough. Jesus take my place and fight the spiritual battle for me. Please Jesus come into my life. And that's surrender. That true that true unconditional admission that you can not fight that spiritual battle is incredibly liberating. And Jesus will come in and will win that battle. But here's the other, the second way is that Satan takes hold when we are disobedient, especially in terms of the flesh. Satan is a master of being able to capture us when we engage in repetitive intentional fleshly sin. We all know what that is. I don't need to overemphasize that. You know what that is. It's when we decide that things that feel good that we know that are not good for us, especially in the sexual domain, that's where Satan is licking his chops and he knows he's got you. He knows that's where human beings are in some ways at their weakest. This is why it says in the New Testament, flee from sexual immorality, and it goes on to say that Satan prowls the earth's first Peter prowls the earth like a lion looking for those to devour. It's a pretty profound statement,
Picking Up Your Bible vs. Picking Up Your Phone
"I know when I pick up my Bible, this is my weapon. As soon as I pick it up, this is dedicated for a specific purpose, a connection to the divine. When I pick up my phone that's not the purpose of the phone. In fact, for my phone, it's just kind of like, what is it today that I need to be upset about, right? Or what do I need to get my phone almost never gets me less stressed? It's what I learned. And I actually had this amazing discovery. I said, every time I pick up my phone, I feel as if things are falling apart. Every time I pick up my Bible, I think things are falling into place. It's amazing. It's a big difference, isn't it? It's a lot more comforting. I say, so I want nothing to do with it. I'll get
Students Are Experiencing a Crisis of Purpose
"My day job is to go to college campuses so you don't have to and the spread, the message of truth and of liberty and every message I give, I make sure that I tell young people the importance of ultimate purpose. And I don't know if you noticed this, you probably have, but for many students across the country right now, they are experiencing a crisis of purpose. In fact, I was in Minnesota in Mankato and I had some students come up and they say basically what is the point of existence? There is no God. There is no truth. And I realized in a very profound way that Satan, who is real, by the way, and the churches and talk about Satan enough. And we'll talk about Satan a little bit. That'll be not the most uplifting part of my message. Actually, it's very uplifting because we win against Satan. Thanks to Jesus. So there actually is kind of uplifting. Just a matter of how you frame it, Satan has done a very good job of leading us to believe that there's nothing to believe in. And we've seen that over the last year and a half and kind of in my job, I talk about a lot of different things, but I'm trying to bring people to ultimate purpose, and the ultimate purpose is Jesus
Jobless Claims Fall to Lowest Level Since Start of Covid-19 Pandemic
"Unemployment claims fell last week to a pandemic low some two hundred ninety three thousand Americans filed for jobless benefits the second straight weekly drop and the lowest total since March twenty twenty it's a sign the job market is still getting better even though hiring has slowed the last two months because jobless aid applications and generally tracked the pace of layoffs the fallen steadily since last spring with businesses were struggling to fill jobs holding on to their workers Sager
An Open Invite for Attorney General Merrick Garland to Join Mark Levin
"I've asked over at Fox that they reach out to the attorney general Merrick Garland and invite him on my Sunday show life liberty and Levin Hope springs eternal They have called the public affairs office of the Department of Justice the director to fill out a media request form which we did Says they check at every 30 minutes during business hours so they will be seeing it It doesn't allow you to leave a message We also emailed four different entities within the department including the DOJ spokesperson main press email and two women who work in media So we've reached out across the board to see if Merrick Garland will come on my show Sunday I'll clear it out He and I can have a one on one discussion About what he's done with this memo as well as all other things that he's been doing in the Department of Justice It's not he's a very smart man He was a circuit court judge He was going to be on the Supreme Court if the left had their way So little me radio host I'm sure he could outgun me So let's help Merrick Garland takes me up on my request
Haniger keeps M's playoff hopes alive with rally vs Angels
"The Seattle mariners rallied late to keep their playoff hopes alive with a six four win over the Los Angeles angels after the angels grabbed a four three lead with a three run Jared walls home run on the top of the eighth the mariners loaded the bases in the bottom of the inning or Mitch Haniger put them back on top with a two out two run single you want to come to the field late in September with something on the line you know fighting to make the postseason fighting to win a World Series that's what we prepare for every offseason prepare for every spring that gave Haniger five RBIs for the game he previously had a two run Homer and they run plating base set the Marist eight one game outside of an American League wild card playoff spot going into the last day of the regular season Jim Bernard Seattle
The Story of Scarlett Chwatko - burst 1
"Was this little little tiny person in your life. well. I know that i'm biased. Because i am her mother. She was magical little girl on always had a spark on her. I spring in her stacked and fierce compassion and loyalty to people and things that she loves to end. One of those things was animals from a very early age and really one of her first words was dog gone and i think really one of the first words were she associated with the the word with something else you know the sounds can come out and you know you can babble but i think that that first time that she said dog she knew exactly what she was referring to and that was kind of
'This Is the Stuff That Mobs Do': Blowing Hillary's Russia Collusion Conspiracy Wide Open
"Bob muller comes onto the scene in the spring of seventeen after president trump fires komi right and paul ryan and too many republicans agreed to put muller on all under this cloud of the multi. What you're trying to tell me is the millions of dollars that hillary clinton pumped through was also maybe used to sweeten some journalists to write stories about this russia. Thing potentially right. I mean this story was so totally artificial. We got bob muller of yeah. I would go one step further. It's not even potentially it happened. Look we took sixty depositions under chairman newness under oath. They're all public now. Adam schiff didn't want him out. Rick grenell allied declassified them two years later and we put him out there online you can read the sussman deposition that i took that cited. In the durham indictment. That says he was talking to members of the media at the behest of client the client being the dnc fusion gps. Doing the same thing taking the same false sturt going to media and saying you guys got to put this story out and then. Here's the kicker hillary clinton and jake sullivan come in and tweet out information. As if they've never heard of it before and say look. President trump has a secret back channel to russia. If you remember this stuff in the fall of sixteen and they were the ones paying for it they pretending to know nothing about it and then they had a willing media. This is the stuff that mobs do literally. I mean this this monkey. It really
Fungus found in Yellowstone is key ingredient in new meat substitute
"Two thousand nine. A team of researchers discovered a previously unknown microbe in the hot springs of yellowstone national park now. The fungus is the star ingredient in a new line of food products. He was very very high in protein. And it's actually a very exciting protein because it's a complete protein. There's really not that many sources of complete putting out there. That's thomas jonas. Ceo of nature's find the chicago based startup developed a process to ferment. the fungus and create. What's now called five protein. They're using it to make a variety of foods so we've been able to make things that range from chicken nuggets hamburgers breakfast sausages to yogurts and cheese earlier this year. The company offered a limited line of cream cheese and breakfast sausage on its website. Jonas says the products will soon be sold at stores. He foresees growing demand for protein. Filled foods produce more sustainably than meat and dairy that whole supply chain is completely inefficient and using a tremendous amount of resources of land of water energy. So jonas says fi could provide a more climate-friendly alternative.
As Tunisia’s President Cements One-Man Rule, Opposition Grows
"Two thousand and eleven revolution in tunisia triggered the arab spring and the country was hailed as a beacon of democracy. But now after the president's qeisi edge gave himself polit rule by decree two months after he sucked. The prime minister suspended parliament and assumed executive authority. Several thousand people have demonstrated against him in the biggest show of public anger since his coup. Well joining me. Eliza volkmann a freelance journalist based in tunis elizabeth. Thanks for coming on. How has tunisia reach this point. Since the heady days of two thousand eleven what happened to the democratic gains the the big problem in tunisia has been a downward spiral intensive While it's been negative economic development unfortunately The there's been a lot of problems within parliament's because the complicated list system has meant that this never been a majority policy. So one of the big problems politically is that you've just had this very kind of rambunctious politics point-scoring within the assembly and not the type of results that would have liked to
Wet Notes - 9-27-21
"This is wet notes here on scuba shock radio for monday. September twenty seventh two thousand and twenty one first up. I want to congratulate tech clark and a dive locker. Podcast on celebrating the second anniversary for those who don't know about this. Podcast tech. Started this to help die professionals with various topics and techniques. But it's not just for dive professionals. I remember listening to the first episode. Way back in two thousand nineteen just before dima that year i've come to look forward to each weekly episode tech plans to keep the show going and has teed up a lot of great new content for the year year ahead. So i'd encourage you to check out the dive locker podcast. There's a lot of great information and perspective on things that hopefully will give you something to think about. Scuba shack is a proud patron of the dive locker. By the way tech also hosts a podcast titled the league of extraordinary divers. Where you can listen to some of the giants of our industry. Great job tech. Keep it coming now. I don't know what it is. But i seem to be a sucker for a message in a bottle story. So here's another one this time. The story involves a bottle that was washed up on the shores of the big island of hawaii. The bottle started his journey thirty seven years ago from japan and it was put in the water by school children. As part of an experiment in monitoring ocean currents the number of bottles were cast into the ocean in nineteen eighty-four from choshi highschool hawaii's about six thousand kilometers or four thousand three hundred miles from the launch point now. The bottle was found by abbie graham while her family was visiting a beach near hilo. It is estimated that about seven hundred and fifty of these bottles were tossed into the ocean between nineteen eighty four and nineteen eighty five. The last time one was found was in two thousand and two on kake. Jima island overall. The bottles have been found in seventeen. Different locations including okinawa the philippines china and even the west coast of the united states. I just get fascinated by these stories and often wonder just how many messages in bottles are out there in the ocean now. Last week we got an email from the clearly clearly came in resorts and it wasn't good. News clearly came in resorts include cobalt coast on grand cayman. Little came beach resort and cayman. Brac beach resort. The news informed us that the cayman borders will remain closed until two thousand twenty two. Now that's tough at a recent press conference to premier indicated that phase. Three of the original plan will start sometime. In february given the rise in cove in nineteen cases the resorts are now planning on opening on february. Fifth two thousand twenty two. Now this has been a really tough situation. If you remember way back in april i reported that the plan was to open in late april or early may two thousand and twenty one. It's been a long and difficult road for a lot of places. Surely the caymans are feeling abroad. We hope it gets resolved before october. Twenty twenty two trip yet. That on certain there's been a great deal of communication coming from tom. Ingram the president and ceo of dima the dive equipment marketing association regarding the two thousand twenty one show in las vegas. Tom unequivocal be states. That the show has absolutely no plans. Of cancelling now they did indicate that accordance with the local health mandates. Everyone will be required to wear a mask on the exhibit floor. There are several large past exhibitors. Who are forgoing the show this year causing some to question whether it should even take place. I know we've been getting a lot of surveys from our vendors as to whether we plan to go or not right now matt and i will be there. Tom indicated that it would be extremely difficult to cancel at this late date. Given the contracts that are in place and that if it were cancelled it would seriously impact demon's ability to put on these shows in the future. So we're looking forward to a successful show this year out in las vegas and finally today. I wanna talk about a piece of underwater camera gear that you might just want to consider. There was an article from sport diver magazine by john widow titled great camera accessories for underwater photography. It was a scuba lab review of the products that the staff took diving at alexander springs in central florida. First on the list was a sea life. Sport diver smartphone housing. Now that's pretty cool. I can remember my first. Underwater camera was sealife. Reef master with a whopping three mega pixels now. This housing will fit a number of iphones and android smartphones. The housing is bluetooth enabled and his rate it to one hundred and thirty feet. The sea life sport diver smartphone. Housing comes with a vacuum seal and duly alarms when you purchase the housing. You'll get a free app that will give you access to most of your phones. Usual camera functions also included is a red filter. And if that's not enough to housing allows you to put in those sealife life color changing moisture. Munchers he i remember those now. The housing isn't cheap. It retails for two hundred ninety nine dollars and ninety five cents. Us but if you wanna travel light and still get some great underwater shots of your adventures check out the c. Life sport diver smartphone housing at sea. Life fash cameras dot com. Well that's it for this edition of wet notes here on scuba shack radio.
Abraham Lincoln Said the Only Thing That Could Destroy Us Is Us
"Shall we expect some transatlantic military giant to step the ocean and crush us with one blow? Never All the armies of Europe, Asia and Africa combined. With all the treasure of the earth except our own. In their military chests. With Bonaparte for a commander could not by force, take a drink from the Ohio or make a track on the Blue Ridge. In a trial of 1000 years. At what point then. Is the approach of danger to be expected. I answer. If it is ever to reach us, it must spring up amongst us. It cannot come from abroad. If destruction be our lot. We must ourselves be its author and finisher. As a nation of free men. We live Through all time. Or die by suicide. And he wraps up With The rest of the admonition and you can read that for yourselves. But To sum this up. Abraham Lincoln gave us this morning and he said, this country comes down because we'll take it down ourselves. Mark Levin wrote the book, American Marxism. Because he clearly articulates But that's happened where here doesn't mean the country is Over. It means they've gotten a footing and we can't play games anymore. It is no longer a spectator sport. This is critically important. I think it's it's important that we realize these things again. What Lincoln said. And he said it in 18 38 is so apt
Rep. Chip Roy Shares About Challenges Obtaining Ivermectin
"Air they, you know, we were able to get a prescription for dramatic. And and she was able to get it and go to the pharmacy near where we live in Texas, not far from dripping springs outside of Austin, and she sat there listening to him and the pharmacist behind the counter was arguing with the other pharmacist saying, Well, we can't fill this. What is this for? And then they interrogated my wife about what's this for this for Covid? My wife, France was. Does it matter? I have a prescription from a doctor and I want to get elected. And so ultimately they filled the prescription. But this is happening all over the country. The pharmacists are blocking the doctors. It's amazing, and they're and they're like this is all part of this overall campaign that is both purposeful by some and his stare ical by others, and it's the ones that are hysterical that are buying into the hype by the authoritarians in the tyrants in Washington. And beyond Washington, the academic set you know the smart blue check Twitter idiots on both sides of the aisle who know what's best for all of us, By the way, mark and tell us how to live our lives when we can go choose what's best for our family. Do you think I want anything to befall harm? To my 10 year old or 12 year old son, My 10 year old daughter. Hell, no right. I'm going to look out for them and what's best for them. I'm going to make decisions for them, but I can tell you what he forced vaccinations. To a 12 year old boy when there's myocardial research when we know by the way when family members have had the virus, we know that natural immunity is stronger, and Israel produces the studies, and we know that as a matter of scientific fact now
Ford Adds Jobs to Increase Production of Electric F-150 Pickup
"Ford said thursday. It would boost its f one fifty lightning production capacity to eighty thousand per year due to strong demand for the electric pickup truck. The company said that the vehicle would go on sale next spring. The us automakers said it would invest two hundred fifty million dollars at four hundred fifty hourly jobs across three michigan facilities in order to live production. It also garnered more than one hundred fifty reservations for the truck to date. The lightning is an electric version of ford's best-selling gas powered f. One fifty truck reuters had reported the automaker was targeting annual production of more than eighty thousand units. That's up from its prior. Target of more than forty thousand. Units
The Not so Digital Workforce
"You may think of the digital workforce as zoom meetings and shed google docs but this trend encompasses a wide range of industries and types of work. This labor refers to a really wide suite of different types of work quite often The moment is being used to refer to digital knowledge. Work so any works. That's that can be undertaken through computers. I virtually remotely roth than having to be in a specific geographical location. That's david vissel. David is a human geography at the university of melbourne and he researches the changing relationship between people and place. There's a wide spectrum of other types of works that could equally be referred to as digital works so the economy in in cities. So things like uber and delivery and all of those new types of services that we're seeing springing up in in our cities that are absolutely reliance on networks of connected mobile phones and algorithms that drive that drive both the workers and consumers so even sectors threats we traditionally associate with being very different and very not digital say things like mining for example are increasingly using. Ai and different types of autonomous developments. So yes a labor certainly a massive consideration through across a lot of different sectors of the moment and it's very variable bull people participating in the digital workforce than ever before this rapid change is something. That's come out of necessity with the emergence of the pandemic but as david explains this influx of flexible and digital workers has an impact on the way how cities function well hit potentially involves all of us in terms of the effects that it has so even if you don't work at all and no doubt you purchase things and you use different online services so even consumers are using dish labor.
Lowest-Paid Workers Hit Hardest by Price Increases
"We're seeing it everywhere. According to the consumer price index that came out today. The price of gas was up two point eight percent in august from july and at the grocery store or paying more for salad dressing and bacon those staples went up four percent and three point three percent last month overall the cpi rose a seasonally adjusted point three percent in august that slower than the half a percentage increase in july. But it's still having a significant impact especially on low wage workers. They're finding that the raises their employers gave them or being eaten up by higher costs joining me now with more. Is wall street. Journal economics reporter. Sara cheney cambon. Hi sarah thanks for being here. Thanks so much for having me. Emory so sarah. Let's step back briefly to talk about. How employers who've been reacting to a tight labor market. We've seen many raising wages and benefits and even offering signing bonuses to attract workers so typically all of these steps would mean good conditions for lower wage workers right and we are seeing that so back in the spring a lot of people got vaccinated. A lot of businesses started reopening as states lifted restrictions and companies mainly in leisure and hospitality so think restaurants airports really needed to hire workers. They couldn't find them for multiple reasons very easily and so they started to ramp up. Pay so lower. Wage workers were pretty big beneficiaries of these wage
US: What to Expect in the Latest Monthly Inflation Report
"Federal government will release. Its latest monthly report on inflation today. Npr's scott horsely reports. This will be the consumer price index report for august a couple of things to watch for in today's report First off is the overall rate of inflation is going up or is it leveling off but we'll also looking at what's getting more expensive and what if anything is getting cheaper. You know lumber prices have come down from their peak in the spring we expect to see falling prices for us cars as well in addition because the delta variant people aren't traveling or going out as much so we could see drop in the price of things like rental cars and concert
U.S. Reopens Immigration Program for Central American Children
"Mine administration is accepting new applications for recently reinstated program that helps them minors from central america to reunite with parents in the united states details from npr sprinkle or donas president biden restarted. The obama era program this spring that allows children from el salvador guatemala and honduras to apply to be reunited with apparent lawfully in the united states. The program was terminated by the trump administration after restarting the program the biden administration reopened fourteen hundred cases that had been closed by the previous administration then in july the biden's state department and homeland security department announced that it would expand eligibility to include legal guardians as well as parents in the united states. The white house says tens of thousands of families should be eligible for the program which is seen as a safer alternative to illegal means of
"last spring" Discussed on KOMO
"To preserve our well being. And to save lives. Now the choices were announced today are not easy ones. I can tell you that. But I do believe they are the right choice is given the threat that we face. I know it isn't easy. I share your frustration that we're back facing another wave. Would have been wonderful if we could have totally eliminated this. But we know from earlier this year this and I think this should give us confidence. There are things we can do that work. We have done this once or twice before. So we know that if we continue to exercise diligence That we can continue to knock this down. So today if I talk about what we will be doing by an executive order today, So accordingly, I'm announcing a syriza of measures that will give us reasonable hope. That the success we enjoyed last spring can be replicated. In in reducing the horrific rate of transmission. Where we were relatively successful. Compared to other states that did not take early action like we did this spring. We showed the country that they can work. So the restrictions were announcing today, which will be in effect through December. 14th. Or not as comprehensive or some degree tough is our stay home order in March. That every part of our state will see rollbacks in some sense. Most will take effect that at midnight Monday. This is not forever. This is only for now. Thanks to the brilliance of our medical community of vaccine is on the way. We need to hold this pandemic down. Until the Calvary arrives. This is a temporary situation in our state. Where we seek a permanent healthy condition. And our goal is to keep the most people alive as possible until the vaccine. Another therapeutic measures arrives. That's a task. I believe Washington is up to. So here's some parts of our plan. Indoor social gatherings with people from outside your home are prohibited. Unless they quarantine for 14 days prior to the social gathering. Or quarantine for the seven days prior to the gathering. And received a negative covert 19 test result. No more than 48 hours prior to the gathering. This is an important part of our efforts. Because we know where this virus Can get you and that's in your own home or your friend's home. At a dinner party at a get together at a birthday party at a Seahawk celebration. Any of those events can end up being deadly. Outdoor gatherings are limited to no more than five people. Restaurants and bars are.
"last spring" Discussed on WTOP
"I'm Hillary Howard and I'm Sean Anderson. Top local stories We're following for you this hour concerning news about Corona virus here in the D. M V. Nationwide case counts are rising in our region. The numbers in Virginia and Maryland now exceed the surges we saw last spring. But that doesn't mean residents aren't doing a better job of staying safe, especially In Northern Virginia. Our story from double DT Opie's Christi King. Fairfax County is doing well compared to elsewhere. But Dr Benjamin Schwartz of the County Health Department says numbers have an inching up in recent weeks. We need to be very concerned. Now it's colder weather comes the holidays approach and people experience virus fatigue. We need to stay the course. Stick with what's been working the mortar that people take the steps to reduce transmission. Loudon County Health director Dr David Good friend mask wearing so Distancing staying home would sick handwashing. Flu vaccination covert vaccination went available All of that will get us back to normal that much quicker Christi King. W. GOP News Here are the local Corona virus numbers in the D M V. The seven day case average in Maryland passed its peak set last spring. When the outbreak first happened. Theseventy positivity rate is more than 5% for the first time since June, 24th. The state reports an average of about 1100 cases a day, an increase of 300 cases per day. Since last week, D. C is reporting a seven day average of about 90 cases, which is about the same as last week. Maryland has had 52 new hospitalizations. That's yesterday. Virginia had 37 D C 15. In terms of deaths. Nine people died in Maryland, six in Virginia, one in the district. Now restaurants in our region. They are bracing for the winter months summer allowed for outdoor dining with cold weather approaching those same businesses find themselves scrambling to get their hands on outdoor.
"last spring" Discussed on KQED Radio
"From last spring that batty at his wife and four kids postpone their dream vacation back in March, when Hawaii began requiring every traveler to self quarantine for 14 days upon arrival. That essentially shut down tourism, after all, who would want to fly all the way to Hawaii just to be trapped in their hotel room for two weeks, But the bat he had a family finally landed at Honolulu's airport last week after it opened to those who test negative for the Corona virus way. Got a rapid test? It took about 30 minutes, You know, nasal swab tests. Everybody's clear yet we're excited, and airlines are excited to to get paying customers back on their planes, so they're now offering passengers Preflight Cove in 19 testing for some destinations. United was the first to announce on the spot pre flight testing at San Francisco's airport for Hawaii bound travelers for results in 15 minutes. It cost you $250. There are also cheaper 48 hour in home or clinic testing options. And other airlines are following suit. Now, Even some airports are getting into the covert testing game. We do the test right here in the main terminal. Tampa International Airport CEO Jola Pato says his airport is offering travelers to any destination. Two kinds of tests the rapid test which will give you results in 15 minutes cost $57 And then the more accurate P C. R test cost $125 and you get your results within 48 hours. A few other airports now offer testing to Henry Harteveldt heads the Atmosphere Research Group, a travel industry research firm. What the airlines and airports are trying to do is remove every possible obstacle. People have when they start to think about taking a trip. But some public health experts are concerned because not all of the tests are reliable. And what that means is that the likelihood that they will actually identify a positive case in an asymptomatic individual is fairly low. Mercedes Card A. Thon is an epidemiologist at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine. You could get a negative test, but in fact a day or two later, your viral levels could surge. And then you're really quite infectious. And so I fear that it provides ah, false sense of security to do the on the spot testing. Nonetheless, the Global Business Travel Association is joining others and calling for more widespread airport Cove in 19 testing. In an attempt to jumpstart an industry decimated by the pandemic. David Shaper, NPR NEWS Chicago This is NPR news. And you're hearing it here on Monday morning on member supported Greedy public radio, Thanks so much for dialing in and listening and has always thank you for your continued support of cake. A busy Monday ahead with lots of wind, even some traffic..
"last spring" Discussed on WTOP
"Plan for your future times of crisis and disruption, or exactly when you should invest in something you want for the long term Beena Venkataraman of the Boston Globe and author of the Optimist Telescope. Says, Recognizing the moment as temporary instead of infinite might help in coping with stress during this period in time, it might feel like the most antithetical thing to do when there's a near term crisis. If you just end up trying to survive. It's understandable that even amid this crisis, we invent yourself or create something new, she says. Defining a vision is a crucial first step. Andrea Cameron. W T o P News Meantime, in Spain prince that Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has declared a second nation wide state of emergency in hopes of stemming another wave of cases. He says the government will use the state of emergency to oppose 11 p.m. to six AM nationwide curfew. This comes after Spain this week became the first European country to surpass one million cove in 19 cases. Virus continues tohave an impact globally. W th These Christopher Cruz talk to foreign policy analyst and former Pentagon official Mario Mancuso about what we're seeing first situation in Europe, you know, across the continent continent, there's a surge in new covert infections. Unlike the United States, you know here in the United States we experienced, you know upticks in the summer and, frankly, most recently this month. Europe has been, you know fairly okay since the outbreak last spring, but now infection rates, or about half again as high as they were on a relative basis for Europe as they were in the spring. Hospitalization rates are still high in Europe for those who are infected. The one glimmer of good news is that the death rate of those who are infected is still relatively low, and this statistic is frankly, a little bit contested. But I think the better view is that the death rate for those who are infected in the United States is slightly better than it is in Europe. Again. There's some different research on that. But again, the death rate on a general terms is low, but I think frankly, it's slightly better in the United States. So it is a it's a concerning situation and, frankly with all but a few exceptions, you're seeing infection rates rise across the continent of Europe. How are the governments in Europe responding to the new challenge? You've got a smorgasbord of policy options. Curfews, walked down mask mandates, and then you have an out liar like Sweden. That is frankly, taking a more of a personal responsibility approach. The challenge from a policy makers perspective in Europe today, as it is, frankly, around the world is now you have populations that are just frankly fatigued. With Cove it and so you're seeing more resistance, And so the curfews in the lockdowns tend to be partial tend to be limited tend to be more fire break kind of approaches to try to contain the virus where it surges up. So again, you're seeing all of it. There are some differences, but the places that have taken a really tough By which I mean, you know, restrictive measure in this against this new phase or places like Ireland and France and whales and parts of Germany, foreign policy analyst and former Pentagon official marry Oh man, Couso to 45 w T O P time for sports sports at 15 and 45 brought to you by your local Honda dealer. Don't settle for less than Honda. Let's turn it over to J broke. Well, Mike. The only question is can the Washington football team do the same thing in the second half that they did in the first half to the Dallas Cowboys? And with more? Let's check in with W. T Opie's George Wallace from FedEx Field? George Yeah, 22 to 3 at the half a pretty impressive performance for Washington and Dallas. Just having a tough time They've given up 30 points last five games, so we'll see in Washington well on the way to that gala, Kyle Allen, a couple of touchdowns in the first half 9 1528 yards. I. Antonio gives in 94 yards on the ground with the touchdown. Terror McLaurin, Logan Thomas to TD receptions for Andy Dalton. 8 15 67 Yards did throw Pixie Kelly just 43 yards on the ground. Washington defense, getting adult as well record having their way in the back field with him. I should say s O and the total yards to 50 to toe. Wanna wait. Washington outgaining Dallas In that first half the bad news landing, Collins carted off the field. Ankle injury couldn't put any weight on it. So he was taken off. He has done it could be an Achilles. You immediately grabbed the back of his ankle when he got when he went down, But Washington in control here, 22 to 3 at the break. Thank you so much. George. Elsewhere, third quarter action the stealers of 24 7 of the Titans. Also the Bengals up 17 10 over the Browns Cleveland wide receiver Odell Beckham out for the rest of the game after a knee injury on just a second staff of the game. Jay Brooks. W T o P Sports Thank you. J and just ahead after traffic and weather, a local nonprofit wants your old smartphone. I'm Luca Luca. W T o p News time is 2 46..
"last spring" Discussed on KOMO
"Last spring, the cares act poured $130 million into Washington's community health centers. Yesterday was the first day back to school for some students in Kennewick, but coming back to class is a lot different than before the pandemic. Almost Carleen Johnson reports elementary schools in the Kennewick School district finally reopened foreign person learning on Monday. Parents including terror. Childs, who also works for the district, had been holding rallies in recent weeks, urging the return to class kids. Don't have parents at home that can support them with school because maybe they're working. Or maybe that's not their niche, and they're being forced to juggle work kids and pressures of not even making enough income right now, Since our businesses have been closed down, students and teachers have to keep the mask on desks are far apart with Social Distin's markings. There's a Max of 14 students per class. They have to eat in the classrooms. No going to the cafeteria, and they've got an isolation room for any student that Experiences Covad like symptoms. While they're in school. Students are split into two groups. Each of them come for two consecutive days and then spend the other three days online, middle and high school students return November 2nd Carleen Johnson, Come on news. There's a lot of stress associated with caring during Cove it we're getting an idea of just what it's doing to caregivers. Mentally and physically, Como's Frank Lindsay reports before the pandemic 48 million Americans say they were taking care of somebody who had a stroke, heart attack or surgery of some kind or suffered from dementia or Alzheimer's disease. Now because of covert 19. That number has gone up his parents or often caring for their kids. While their school or daycare is closed. A new report from AARP and SNP Global's says more than 30% of caregivers. Say they're feeling a strong increase in their stress levels, and particularly for women who more than brunt of the caregiving and the childcare responsibilities going into the pandemic. It's been very, very stressful and and overwhelming the AARP's Jean chance, he says, about half of all caregivers. Say their responsibilities have increased since the pandemic started. Frank Lindsay camo news Coming up phony tech support sites deceived Amazon customers. I'm Corwin hate with the Department of Justice crackdown. First an update on coming traffic. NPR Still deal with Crash Out Found 167 at 66th Avenue. It's causing a little bit of slowing and blocking the right lane, causing a big distraction for drivers. They're also in Bremerton. Still dealing with road work till 5 p.m. tonight. Both directions. Highway three, slowing down at Sunny Slope a road this traffic Ford is sponsored by the King County Tourism Recovery Plan. A simple change of your environment can change your world said today mask up, Get out there and do something for yourself for your community and to support local business is your next kill. More traffic is at 2 44 and the couple forecast now from meteorologist Kristen Clark. The occasional light shower will continue later on this evening and into the day tomorrow. Thursday. That's going to be a nice sunny.
"last spring" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"High level Look at education. Obviously, there's a lot of things that we can talk about budgeting and certainly the impact of covert. But let's give a high level look at education in the state of Wisconsin. From where you sit where we added in 2020 and looking had the 2021 of the challenges that that are on the road ahead. Well, I think you can't talk about 20 and 2021 without talking about the biggest disruption we've had. And I think that I can ever remember in education, which was a pandemic, Ove it. And so we've we've come out of AA year where the pandemic hideous in March and district handed rapidly moved to a different instructional models because kids were not able to be in school. And they spent the summer planning for what it might look like this fall, and they planned for three different aerials. Would we have to go virtual like we did in this in the last spring? Can we provide kids come back together in some way through what people call hybrid models, or can we be fully in person? And will this pandemic be behind us? We'll quickly the pandemic is not behind us. So clearly, this year is a year of disruption from the pandemic and a lot of different cases. And we're right. Right now. Districts are Implementing various different models of instruction, trying to provide the best educational opportunities for kids that they can during this time, one of the big questions for parents and people who live in the communities, you know that we all have schools in our communities. Is how do you do it safely? How do you get back into the classroom environment safely for the for the students. Obviously, the parents they go home to and their family members and the teachers and the staff and all those folks who have to be around that every day. How do you do it safely? From a from the level of a state superintendent. Public instruction at least deputy superintendent of Public Instruction Yeah, we were way did put out a document earlier this summer around education forward, which really looked at how different can begin to open the school setting. Both from an instructional standpoint, and then, from a standpoint of dealing with a pandemic. From a safety standpoint, I can tell you this Steve District went into they're planning their number. One concern is that I think it is in any given year it how to insure Health and safety of Children When they're in our care That was their primary objective that they're moving into this next year. How can we provide the best instructional design, given the factors that pandemic and keep kids safe? I have to tell you. I've been very impressed with the planning that they've done and the safety precautions they put in place in the ability to create some type of, you know the the three areas that they had to create. Programming around social distancing. How do we handle kids that become? You know, in fact, that how do we sanitizer building them? Keep them queen. How do we teach kids good hygiene practices that we're all gonna have to now engage in going forward, such as wearing mask and wash your hands in those types of things. I think school's did a pretty good job in planning summer, and I think they're planning centered around the primary priority of making sure, however, we bring our kids back. However, whatever instructional design we deploy It's the safest As it is, we're going to do it in the safest way possible. We're talking about Mike Thompson, Deputy state superintendent. Public instruction for Wisconsin as part of our education. Our as also is part of the beauty and 2021 Day long look at all the subjects we talk about every day, right here in D. C. M. J. Whenever there's change, and obviously Kobe, it is something that really changed the learning environment There's costs associated with that, and I know that the government federal government state government has talked about providing some assistance to schools. How is that shaken out? Obviously costs associated with cleaning the schools and keeping them safe. Have the states and the federal govern been helpful in that way? Yeah, that the state of the state and also at the federal there's a recognition. I think that there is this Disruption in this change in education is is increased costs for school district. Everything from some of the things you mentioned, which is the personal protection equipment that school district needs sanitized in the building to providing different types of learning spaces for kids. That to be able to provide feed kids in a different type of environment, and they had kids in the past. All those have come of a cost, including training of teachers to be able to move to a different structural model that they maybe didn't have a lot of training for in the past his virtual models and hybrid Those have been caused by the federal government has put together some dollars in there in the first package to help around the pandemic and district got The money around that piece to help with this the state is looking at, you know a state shortfall in the budget. And certainly I think legislators of being a man made aware from school district then This was not a money saving venture for school. That was it was a cost venture for schools and more to look into that as we have the Legislature. Good betterthan this session will hopefully what can be done for help for those costs. But it did cost district money and I tell you, they're not. They're not going to not spend money where it means keeping kids safe. They'll spend that money. They'll go into deficit and they're gonna be able to find a way to recoup some of those funds because it is has been a hardship for school district. One of the things we've talked about on my show, and I hope to get some answers about is how this situation how this disruption in the way that we typically do it every.
"last spring" Discussed on KOMO
"30. European Union says it will not recognize the results of the August 9th election. In Belarus. It's demanding a full investigation and threatening action against those who helped with the likely falsification of election results. Night. Three of the Democratic National Convention this evening. Joe Biden's pick for vice president will be headlining when Kamala Harris addresses Democrats here tonight. Her team telling ABC News. She will make the case for electing Joe Biden and lay out what she believes are. The dangers of Donald Trump will much attention is on Harris. It seems the excitement for Democrats. He's on the last speaker of the night. Former president Barack Obama, who will argue his case for his former VP Tonight California declaring a state emergency with least 30 wildfires burning up and down the state. They're been thousands of evacuations. Michigan State in the University of North Carolina, telling students classes will all continue to be remote this fall. University of Notre Dame going online for two weeks to try to stop the spread of Cologne Corona virus clusters. I'm Sherry Preston. ABC News Homo News. 1000 FM 97 7 Good morning at 7 31 Blue skies in Seattle A nice, sunny day to start with, and we're expecting a high around 80 today, right now. 60 degrees along with Greg Herschel time Manda factor here. The top stories from the Coma 24 7 News Center. We started with the latest numbers. The Health department in the state reports 24 deaths from Corona virus in the past 24 hours. Another 62. People have had to be hospitalized, and there were 543 new cases of the virus confirmed yesterday. Snohomish County's top health official is cautiously optimistic. He says New co Vered cases have declined for two straight weeks. They're almost Corwin Hate has the update. Snohomish County is like all Washington counties. It keeps a close watch on the bi weekly average of new cases per 100,000 residents. We now have two consecutive weeks of significant declines. That's that's good news. It's Dr Chris Spitters, his Snohomish County health officer. It's encouraging makes me cautiously optimistic about where things were going. The county's new case rate over a two week period is now at 74 per 100,000 on August 1st. That number was 95 for 100,000 nearly seven a day at the peak of last spring. It was 130 per 100,000. The news is not all good. Spitters points out. Covert hospitalizations have picked up over the last two weeks. Corwin take Cho Mo News. Positive test rate for King County has dropped slightly overall, but it's spiking in parts of the East side. The county's positive test rate shrunk from 3.9% to 3.7%, but in a health reporting area designated as Kirkland North Positive rate shot up from 2% to 4.7%, another big Sopot whether the spike was in the bottle in wooden ville, where the rate jumped from 1.9% of 3.92 hot spots for the virus in our state, our Shaolin and Douglas counties and Governor Jay Inslee took a trip there yesterday. More of us need to be protectors. Instead of infected ER's Chill and counties infection rate is 495 per 100,000 people. It's at 4 55 in Douglas, much higher than King Pearson. Snohomish County Governor Inslee says that target number is 25 per 100,000. When actually world reports the states setting up an incident command team in central Washington King County's providing Maurine the way of Corona virus relief. The latest assistance comes in the form of $2 million in grants for science, arts and culture organizations, as well as independent live music venues that have been impacted by the pandemic. Cash has been separated in the 62 separate grants. 35 of them have been awarded to music venues coming up on the co Mo Morning news. A decision will come by the end of the month in a legal challenge over age restrictions on some gun purchases on Carleen Johnson. I'm baloney appears counties. Prosecutor says Police use justified force in the shooting of a man near a nice facility in that city last year. More of those findings coming up 7 34 right now, traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the fours on the Co Mo Morning news. Here's Kierra, Jordan Hill areas that are Joining busy drives this morning include South and I five, starting around the four or five split continuing through the Lynwood area. Finally fighting relief just a little bit north of state route 10 Foreign Mountlake Terrace. Then after that, the drive is easy into downtown Seattle. Northen Eye five has been fighting extra company through Tacoma City Center, You will get stacked up is your approaching state route 5 16 a little bit of hesitation approaching mid Boeing field. That's due to a Some action that's taking place on the shoulder. And then we have a very heavy drive from the north end of Boeing Field all the way to Seneca Nor found 99 is still a slow go around the First Avenue South Bridge. Westbound 5 12 has been finding hesitation approaching I five North 167 slow and go from highway for 10 all the way into al Gona Cem crowding approaching to 77th busy again. 180th the horror five in North Laurel, five slow from the Valley Freeway into Newcastle. Our next to Cho, mo. Traffic up 7 40 for a look at the weather. Now. Here's meteorologist Kristen Clark expecting one more dry seasonably warm day today before rain is set to make an appearance Thursday and Friday, tracking those showers onto the Pacific coast later on this evening, slowly migrating into Puget Sound during the Thursday morning commute. Showers will continue off run into Friday, and it could even be enough instability in the atmosphere to warrant a thunderstorm popping up out there On Friday, we could see a healthy half inch of rain across the northwest interior with over a quarter of an inch likely for Puget Sound and the Common Weather Center. I'm meteorologist Kristen Clark. Beautiful, sunny morning in downtown Seattle. It's 60 right.
"last spring" Discussed on KOMO
"After last spring's hectic pandemic closures did not approach the quality of education. All parties. Expect what your Children experience this. Last spring was an emergency response. She says parents are demanding improvements. When we survey families this spring, one of their top priorities was that would become better at remote learning. Juno was also aware students are missing out on the social aspects of school are recommended. Schedules include time daily for students to connect with piers. And educators and the focus on their socially most know wellbeing. The Seattle School Board is expected to approve Juno's plan to open the school year remotely when it votes next week. Corwin Take Cho. Mo. News what Kim County's health officer says It's not safe for kids to return to the classrooms this fall. Dr Greg Stern says kids may bring the virus home and spread it to their families. Infection rates are on the rise in Watkins County, Stern recommends remote learning for the beginning of the school year. Today, we're expecting the first vote on a Seattle City Council committee on Defunding the Police department. The Budget Committee takes up the issue this morning. Police chief Carmen Best says. If the budget is cut in half, like many council members want, there would be widespread layoffs. Best says Response Times 2911 Calls would also increase the push from council and some of our community is to do these large scale changes in 22 Me with no practical plan for community safety, and I believe wholeheartedly that is completely reckless. Best went on to say There are some good ideas in the proposals, son that, she says SPD. We're already working on that school, mostly stole without update. There's new video evidence of the intimidation tactics that have become part of the Defund Seattle police movement. Almost Joel Marino has more. The footage comes from a neighbor who was trying to sort out why dozens of cars showed up on her dead end street. He says. The people inside were evasive, but it was clear they were trying to get to the home of the Seattle police chief. You guys you don't need this's around King for traffic rarely passes through this part of Snohomish County, and neighbors worried what might come next. I felt very threatened by their entire by their backpacks by the fact that they wouldn't stop and talk with us and reason another neighbor saw cinder block chunks piled in a pickup and protesters toting backpacks. We ask them to show us what was in the backpack. The group was headed toward the home. Seattle police chief Carmen Best residents tried to turn them back. You guys, you're not doing the right thing. They got this response from one demonstrator..
"last spring" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"To school surveys last night after the six plus hours of citizens and parents voicing their enthusiastic desire to open brick and mortar schools. Aboard ignored them. Superintendent Annoying last spring reported a 98% engagement with Virgil in distance Learning. Last night, parents and the board declared distance learning a disaster. Students as a hole made a little to no learning gains last spring spent too many hours, finishing busywork. Board member said aloud that some schools had 50% of students never logging into their Google classroom. It's a failure. Annoying has failed as a leader. He is not ready to open the school's even using distance learning. Many students will not have the technology available. This is more specific to Palm Beach County, but it goes on from there and again. This is a teacher in the school district. So Yeah. I mean, the one thing and I've heard from others that are necessarily teachers that took in the entire thing yesterday, but I've heard for many. That did take in and participated yesterday specifically in Palm Beach County, and what they said is they just ended up doing what they had to do to get to the boat that was already Toby made. It was a unanimous decision in Palm Beach County, and that's the greater concern is that they're only serving their own minds at an interest. They're not even listening to their constituents. To this point there was A survey. Ofour. Deion's Where 72% of borders parents 72%. Say they want classrooms open for the star of the school year. That's a huge number. And when we talk about politics and certainly cuts across politics, there's something else that was really important. That happened right about the time that some of these Meetings were taking place last night You had education Secretary Betsy DeVos. Was talking about the science. And highlighting that this science says that you can safely open schools. Why? Well because Teachers for one can naturally socially distance. Keep them behind desk. They keep their mask on. You can educate kids. We've seen all the developed world and you take Europe. For example, schools are open everywhere. Right? Schools are open. And are they having problems? No. Because again what we have if you take it if you pay attention to the science Is that Mask, social distancing and good hygiene arm or effective than lockdowns. Yet what we've chosen here is essentially the school version of lock down. I will have more than I will follow up on this particular topic tomorrow, And, of course, we'll follow up on the conversation. I've also had some other people that are starting to step up to the plate and voice their concerns that I did recently about money. If we're gonna have online education Where is that all the cost savings going? We've had no communication about. Returning some of that money to South Koreans. How many people are hurting right now? How many people don't have jobs? Many people could use the extra $450 per month. My analysis illustrated. Will be saved per student. In south border. Every month for $150 per student savings with online education over operating fiscal classrooms. So we need that answered as well. More to come be rightback. Natalie, you're top trending stories on the mud show. He's ready of 6 10 WMD. It's the virtual Meet up. You could actually depend on a need to know to know what happened. Updates at the top 30 minutes fast when it breaks news radio 6 10 double o D.
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"Do it better than we did in the spring based on the experiences we had last spring and and we did it pretty darn well so we think you know we can provide a high quality academic experience that way what's missing of course when you do that the personal development parts of the residential experience where people you know well learn from each other where they develop you know close relationships rather academic work with affected members and develop mentorships where you know you get involved in clubs and organizations and athletic teams and have leadership opportunities but that's what you miss an online only experience in that and that's why we think that people doing going online deserve a little break in tuition not because it's less expensive to deliver but because they will be getting those other things that you get when you're on campus Michael Alexander is the president of La Salle university in Newton we'll continue our conversation with him about getting back to school now obviously all the cell is a private university but I I'm going to gas and we'll talk about this with Michael who who does communicate with other people I did that a lot of this will be the same across the board may be some differences at state universities may be a bigger ones are smaller ones will be some sort tweaks but everybody's going through this and they all have to come to some kind of determination as to where college and to some degree getting people to college goes from here in the time to go over ninety will continue our talk with Michael Alexander come up on my side side with Dan.
"last spring" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"A hundred and twenty five thousand in Mexico planting progress is moving right along to some folks to ship their corn planting after last spring some farmers are willing to take a chance and planning beans in the cold cooler soil temperatures and that we've been seeing that going on the wheat market tumbled on improving conditions in the E. U. and Black Sea region rain forecast for the southern plains area over the weekend as well as improving weather conditions for spring wheat planting in the northern plains also pressured prices I choose ended the week on a softer note with July futures seventy four points lower as a selling fifty five sixty three let's talk today I want to do something different mainly for listeners who don't raise livestock that is come and briefly on the current economics of raising livestock for example a cattle feed yard in Kansas last week sold cash cattle and hundred and three dollars an eighteen cents per hundredweight at that price the feed yard that was not here I just lost roughly two hundred forty three dollars on every head of cattle a sold looking forward in what feeder cattle are starting at as well as what you can lock in feed for the cattle becoming the mark in September we have a break even price of a hundred dollars and fifty two cents per hundred weight with the cash cattle bids in September projected to be ninety five dollars and sixty two cents a feed yard could expect to lose sixty one dollars and twenty three cents I never had that they put through their feedlot hogs are not any better in the island's southern Minnesota weekly average price came in a twenty four dollars and seventy four cents per hundred weight at this price the typical Iowa hog producer that with on hedgehogs lost about fifty five dollars per had celebrated today would feral pig in August and with estimated corn because of three dollars and twelve cents a bushel and soybean meal at two hundred ninety four seventy a tonne expected production costs before hours and seventy four cents per hundred weight to raise a pig to live market weight in February with cash ops projected B. it's thirty six dollars in nineteen cents per hundredweight pork producer to have all lost roughly twenty three dollars and eighty eight cents per animal they certainly are tough times for agriculture looking at Gary after three consecutive lower closes on Friday class remote future seem like they turned the corner bad the June futures finishing thirty four points higher to settle eleven sixty six well farmers raising animals are struggling reduced our processing capacity as a result of the crime virus had meat value shooting higher choice means boxes were nine dollars eight cents higher to close at two ninety three thirty seven we'll select boxes were six dollars and thirteen cents higher to settle at two seventy nine or two carcass value cut outs were about eleven hires a closer seventy seven dollars and forty eight cents per hundredweight profit is going to the processors are not being passed on to the producers are which makes it just again a tough situation this is Brian Krakow guard with your financial issues like update.
"last spring" Discussed on WJR 760
"The heart of the motor city it's the Mitch Albom show with Mitch Albom and Ken brown this hour brought to you by our charity partners the Cooper standard foundation community partners passion for people sitting infirmity here's Sean believes well thank you wrapping up this discussion on rethinking the post Labor Day school start to an interesting to hear the perspective of from Tim in Livonia that was part of of said legislation at times change you know I I'm for me I read books look at it this way as a as a kid as a kid if you had your way would you rather go back before Labor Day or after Labor Day can I tell you definitively what my answer is I wanted to go back before because that that man I was out earlier and you know I was surprised I I was my logic yeah I did well I guess it depends ask ask me in June or ask me in August which I'd rather do I have a question kind of regarding this all right and I ate a color called in about I don't know if we got to her call we the schools have a lot of breaks in at least in my opinion this is how I felt when we were in school the second part of the year to me the first part of the year we know before Christmas besides Christmas break we only have thanksgiving but then we went to the back half of the year we had mid winter break yet had spring break we had a lot we have Martin Luther king day off to me I remember I was having a lot more days off the second half of the year then the first half so I don't really know why there's so many breaks the second half and not the first that's a good that's a good point my guess is maybe it's it's easier to go without a break in the first half of the year or maybe maybe just poor planning maybe maybe by February the teachers are so gas with the the little Hellions in their class that they need more of a break yours would last year in our school district they didn't have like a break it Easter they had like a spring break in and then they it was always it always coincided with Easter growing up did not answer was late last year wasn't it yeah it so they had the spring break early and then they still gave the kids' Good Friday off but they were back in school the day after Easter I just I never remember that but then I think it was because Easter was so much later maybe that was it wasn't like April twenty first or something yeah it was it was a really late last year all right or last spring is at work out numbers again eight seven seven forty four mix that's where we find Kitty in Montgomery Kitty thank you very much for your patience your on seven sixty W. J. R. hi Kitty hi Katie how are you I can hear you there Kitty no okay thank you sorry about that pocket dial yeah it'll happen that definitely happens hi when perhaps will try you back in in just a second no I was always arm it's funny because the way that you put it my son does try masters right at the ball and if you talk to him in November before thanksgiving it's the greatest thing ever that they're out like the week before thanksgiving and out into the first week in January he loves but if I check back in with him in late April when all the other colleges are getting out he goes for the next month and a half he ate I remember that with with like the Catholic schools some of my friends went to Catholic school were out late in may and in late may our man there so lucky but they're back early August yes see that that was that was always living in the shadow of Catholic central that was always the shot that that was always the routine with Catholic central a let's go to Tammy open Imlay city hi Tammy you around seven sixty W. J. are good afternoon Tammy hi and I'm a nurse practitioner and while I actually went to a conference in mechano island and I don't know if I need one in Michigan has been do you hear back at all at the end of summer in NYC yeah but that time okay and how many people you know in Michigan and grandmother grandpa had cabins are there whatever and you can't get your kids are Labor Day weekend grandma and it all right so you you know it was way Tammy we touched on this earlier for me like as a kid growing up it was always like the first full week of summer was one vacation and then it was like the middle the middle of August that we ended up going in the Oscoda area that's that's like a tradition for you guys Labor Day weekend so that we can do that yeah well you may recall couple for Labor Day weekend but you still have the opportunity to do it and then refresh until Labor Day couple of days before the you know your schedule like that well you know what I don't listen in in you bring up such a valid point and I not sure if you're aware of this thank you for the phone call I know of I love the upper peninsula if I had my way I'd live up there like your round but if I did live up there year round and have to find a new family because none of my family would go with me but I'll tell you what go up there whether it be late August for me our favorite month of October and I say are I'm talking Mike Parsons right now you go up there in the first week of October eight H. soul magnificent it's it's unbelievable more your thoughts next we'll talk about this twenty three in me scam before we're out here today seven sixty W. 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"last spring" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast
"Going on here and through four sets of tennis against four very different opponents in tricky conditions cold. It's windy. These are not sort of tennis conditions right chief in phys. She played and Guinea Collins is an annoying player to play against and feisty and against two very different types of opponents in not great conditions. They only Asaka has conducted ourselves away. The number one player in the world. You would expect her to I think there's been sort of a small sample size. She hasn't been very been number one since she only became number one, which you on the Australian Open, but it's been really impressive. I think she really kinda feels comfortable in being the number one player in the world. So I think tonight, you've segue segue. I think I think tonight again spent his will be really interesting because I think it is going to be a pretty challenging match for her. And we say all this, and I wholeheartedly agree with you. But this is this is the kind of player, and this is the type of match where she really either elevates herself or kind of tells us. Okay, I'm still I'm still figuring this all out and she's proved us wrong again. And again in those situations at the majors in huge matches. But I think in in this particular instance, when she is the defending champion, and she's kind of coming full circle back to where she started her, really. The rapid rise last last spring. I think it's gonna be interesting looking forward to it. Well, I think you're right. And I think that benches playing extraordinarily well, it's one ten matches arro- they are the same age. And I think that's that's really that's really a fruit point that. I think it's a different type of opponent from the previous two. So yeah. Some of this is just about keep doing what you're doing and give a greater sample size from which to judge. But I think we talked about there. But I think you're you're segue was really good and not just because they're a similar age. Fair of is someone who clearly still has to feel more comfortable with his place in the sport. And with everything that comes it's. Yeah, it's going to be annoying. People are gonna call you by a nickname that you wish were used for more formally. But it's like using the the formal you in a foreign language, that's annoying. But maybe that's an annoying that you you can live with. I again, I think. I think that's a good cop because Asaka has really nicely grown into this role. Any other young players this tournament that have impressed you in particular? For the for the Canada portion of today's show. Feeling OJ Alliott see, and I think we're all team seduced by his tennis. He's eighteen years old. He lost seven six third to me. She okay after having beaten sits poss, but I think we're all getting seduced by Felix both his tennis. But also his disposition and his personality. He lost last night. Conditio get eighteen years old imagine honestly, probably should've won any walks to the net. All the neuro chemistry that I often speak about all these chemicals coursing through his body stress hormones, and it's disappointing loss and that he was Ponant. That was a great, Matt. Thank you. And I think that we are trying to sort of perhaps conflicting tennis, and there's a lot to like there with personality and as a ton to like there, but but feel like sort of a breakout star of of this tournament shop off it's still in the draw. And then a player people know less about eighteen year old Bianca and rescue. Who is getting reputation for helping players change their Wikipedia bios. She also is in the fourth round than eighteen years old and just playing terrific tennis and his destined for, you know, the top.
"last spring" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Last spring is being given pro. Bachchan? Jose Placentia was sentenced yesterday to three years probation and given credit for jail time served. He reportedly grabbed the girl tried to pull her into his van as she was walking home from school last may or cynical goals. Get back to their winning ways last night as they beat the Texas stars at home by a final of two to one good morning. The goal saw their eight game win streak and Monday in overtime in Iowa. But last night Corey Trump's scored and then Adam Cracknell added the game winner, the goals winning two one they've earned at least one point in fifteen consecutive games. Coming up next a home game Saturday against Bakersfield, it will be Star Wars night NBA last night. Kyrie Irving had a game twenty seven points, a career-high, eighteen assists. The Celtics knockoff asset quite Leonard. And the raptors one seventeen to want to wait. And James harden coming off a fifty seven point performance on Monday scores fifty eight last night at home against Brooke. But the nets come away with the win and overtime one forty five to one forty two AM seven sixty. I'm Kyle Casca news. Here's Bill Holland with the market update. Stocks mixed and holding the Bank to drag on the Dow after a Morgan Stanley missing going down five percent China. We'll be in Washington on January three for a high level trade talks and pressure grows to get this done. Beijing jobless claims down three thousand affiliate fed nearly doubles oil up a dollar fifty to the treasury ten up on a to seventy four with a friendly fed Amazon has over one hundred million prime members IBM and Vodafone team up on the clouds in Europe and apple watches, a new low cost ipad and also teams up with Johnson and Johnson on heart risk technology. The holiday em seven sixty K if I'm bay get is currently cloudy and sixty two at Lindbergh field, and we are being sponsored by Dell does not business technology advisors..
"last spring" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Of news since last spring is that Asian economies, especially China and the European economies are slowing quite a bit. And you might recall that last spring people who are critics of the president versing. Oh, it's just a global boom. It's not President Trump's policies. Well, now, we've got the US growling at about three percent. The fourth quarters looking about three as well. But the rest of the world is slowing, and that is having an impact on earnings, you know, and it's not going to be just apple I think that there are a heck of a lot of US companies that have a lot of sales in China that are basically going to be watching their earnings be downgraded next year till we get a deal with China, and that puts a lot of pressure on China. So if you have if you have stocks in a company, that's you know, working in China. Expect to see the stocks go down. I mean, that's the White House saying that this year could be a very rough year for any company that is currently doing business in China. It was so good for so long. So good for solar where the rest of the world was booming along with the US. And then we raising things started go sideways overseas, but we just kept merrily run along. And now it's catching up here. And here's the thing. You know, I I know time for a trade war. Lose their week. Now, we can win. Yeah. As you pointed out worth three percent. You know, that's that's great for us. But it's still a global economy. And so if everybody else starts lose. Oh, no, it's not. America first, we don't need them because they're pulling us down to. So you know, I is as great as it is that our economy is doing well. And the rest of them are starting to sit in stink. Eventually that's going to affect us as well. And here is a Lindsey Graham talking to Sean Hannity about the border wall. And essentially Lindsey Graham is saying that the president. Needs this wall. Because it's it's really gonna hurt him. If he doesn't get it. You know, the Bill needs to get to him. I'll tell you exactly how.
"last spring" Discussed on The Secret History of the Future
"Just like the accident in Tempe last spring. This accident on the Upper West side was the moment when the unbounded promise of the automobile net with the far less utopian reality. They will start here. In nineteen ninety nine on the hundredth anniversary of Henry bliss death. His great granddaughters laid roses on the ground at the spot where he died, and the park service put up a plaque at the corner to commemorate his death. Tom, I want you to focus on one freeze on this black, which is it says the place of the accident. Some activists for pedestrian safety groups who are on the scene that day in one thousand nine hundred nine when the plaque was put up a jetted that used that term accident to describe what happened because it seemed to absolve everybody of blame. It was just an accident, but if it wasn't just an accident, then who was responsible for that pedestrian death in eighteen ninety nine. This never happened before. So what was it? The drivers fold. His name was Arthur Smith and they didn't really know how to treat him. I, they throw him into jail from murder, and then they let him out when he assured everyone that he hadn't intended to kill anybody to be fair to officemate. The rules of the road was still pretty unclear. At that point, everyone was trying to figure out how to cause into existing street traffic and the roadway itself hadn't been designed to accommodate calls, so it's not surprising that nobody was sure how to assign blame or indeed whether to blame anybody tool. One newspaper described. The tragedy is unavoidable like nobody could have stopped it from happening, but the alternate annoy evening telegraph a paper that picked up the story a couple of days later. Was sure who is at fault and it grabbed its readers by the lapels with this dramatic lead sentence. The automobile has tasted blood..
"last spring" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"And nineteen and beyond the free the starting quarterback will be for all the you know ever upgrade your stuff in stuff of others the melik willis has gotta he he seems to be a very confident young man and what he's doing yeah very confident a really really understand the offense quickly when he got on campus last spring any last spring he was very impressive one is just so athletic and quick you reminds you law nick marshall with the way he runs but he's got the arm too was very very accurate and spring ball last season as scrimmage situations going against the first team off that so i was very impressed you was working with the second team offense going it's first team defense which we all know was a top fifteen cop ten defense and he was slowing at he was doing a very good job and um his ability to runs early gonna open things up whenever he does see the field and what's interesting is that when he goes up against joey gatewood this spranger and even going into the two thousand nineteen season you know there both runners but there's so different uh runners and they're so different in stature is he quite the the maybe different and strange competition because the i think the offense with change uh flew both of them depending on who's in the game even know you know they're both running quarterbacks it's a it's an interesting prospect a look at in the future of were with brad and marcelo armored 247 talking about the beginning of spring practice in auburn is a speaking a run in the ball the question brandon is you look carryon johnson when he was healthy before he got hurt was as good as anybody uh in the country obviously camera pet way was a what was was a wonderful back for hallberd so who's who's gonna run the ball.