35 Burst results for "Last Spring"

Devin Nunes Describes the Weaponization of the Intelligence Committee

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:48 min | 2 d ago

Devin Nunes Describes the Weaponization of the Intelligence Committee

"Walk us through that moment? So we actually played it when you were on the show last week when you gave that seminal press conference with regards to unmaskings. And when you came to us in The White House to look at the evidence of what the intelligence community was doing to politically target members of the Trump campaign, the Trump administration. Could you walk us through what it was like as somebody who'd been in politics, who had the clearances who had been doing oversight. And then suddenly you turn a corner and you realize that this is literally the weaponization of the IC. What was that like for you as the chairman? Well, I sensed it in 2016 right after the election when all of a sudden these guys who wouldn't do anything to Putin or Russia and Putin continued to have his way with us around the world. And I called it early in the spring, ironically, in the spring of 16, I called it the largest intelligence failure since 9 11. 2001. And after that, you had the invasion of Crimea with little green men. You know all the story. So you can imagine my surprise when in after the election, they say, Russians and I'm like, wait a second. I'm the only one that's been doing anything about this. I just blasted you guys back in back in the spring for this being a huge intelligence failure. Well, a little did I know this is when they were framing the Trump. The Trump campaign. At the same time, they were framing, so they weren't doing anything to Putin and they turned around and blamed Putin for Trump. They were just trying to smear him like an October surprised. And the FBI had to have known about it. All of these cast of characters, I mean, either they were either completely incompetent, which in some cases that's probably true. But not all of them were incompetent.

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Lockdowns Cause 300,000 Axcess Deaths

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:12 min | 2 d ago

Lockdowns Cause 300,000 Axcess Deaths

"In 2022, CDC researchers found that heart disease deaths increased by 4% in 2020. Representing about 5 years of lost progress in the fight against America's leading killer. Deaths from drug overdoses increase too. With the nation recording a record 108,000 overdose fatalities in 2021. That is a 15% increase from the previous all time high count in 2020. Doctor Steven henke in The Economist at the Baltimore Maryland school that is Johns Hopkins, I believe that it is that Johns Hopkins found the strict COVID protocols in early 2020 save 10,000 lives across the U.S. and Europe. He led research into the true impact of lockdowns alongside researchers from Sweden in Denmark, finding the devastating policies only reduced COVID mortality by one tenth of 1%. Doctor hanke told daily mail, the lockdown study found that lockdowns in the spring of 2020 had a negligible effect on COVID mortality.

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Willie Nelson to celebrate 90th birthday at all-star concert

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 d ago

Willie Nelson to celebrate 90th birthday at all-star concert

"Musician Willie Nelson will mark his 90th birthday with an all star concert in Los Angeles this spring. With the latest. Willie Nelson says he can't think of a better way to spend his birthday than being surrounded by family friends and the fans who made it all possible. Nelson will hold two concerts at the Hollywood Bowl on April 29th and 30th. Neil Young Chris Stapleton, Lyle lovitt, Miranda Lambert Snoop Dogg, and Casey musgraves are on the lineup. So are Roseanne cash, the chicks Tom Jones, Norah Jones, Beck, Bob Weir, Leon bridges, Cheryl crow, the 8th brothers and the lumineers. Nelson also plans to release an album called I don't know a thing about love in March.

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Rep. Mike Johnson of Louisiana on the Supreme Court Leaker

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:10 min | 5 d ago

Rep. Mike Johnson of Louisiana on the Supreme Court Leaker

"Johnson, you're Louisiana, congressman. You were an absolute rockstar as far as the constitution and doing what's right. And I think that's been a great thing. So as we get into this discussion, one thing I just want to start off is sort of broke very recently. I just find it hard to believe. And it's going to lead me to speculation that the Supreme Court couldn't really figure out who leaked the document, which lends to tell me it possibly could have been an actual spring court justice that they were just didn't want to go there. Yeah, we've been awaiting the outcome of this internal investigation for a long time, as you know. And we were so deeply disappointed yesterday with the supposed outcome. Now, the problem is that the person in charge of investigating this inside the institution is the Supreme Court Marshall. That is not an investigatory agency or they don't have the depth or the knowledge or the expertise to do it. And so we don't know what stones have yet been unturned, you know? I mean, did they did they use polygraphs? Did they question the liberal justices themselves? Or was it just the law clerks? Somebody's not telling the truth here. And so that means Doug, of course, the culprit is still at large.

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How Jesus Models Evangelism With the Samaritan Woman

Truth For Life Daily Program

02:23 min | Last week

How Jesus Models Evangelism With the Samaritan Woman

"Here Jesus is speaking of spiritual water, the lady is still thinking in physical terms. And that's why she introduces this question of her ancestors. Now this is the second question that she's asked Jesus. The first question had to do with the Jews in the samaritans, and he said it aside. Here comes the second question. Are you greater than our father Jacob, who gave us this well? And he says that a site. Why? Because it's not the focus. It's not the issue. The issue is not about the difference between the Jews and the samaritans. The issue is not about the history of this region and particularly the issues of who Jacob was or what he did. And Jesus understands that. And may I say to you in passing, that if you were ever going to be effective in speaking to people about Jesus, it is imperative that we understand what the focus is. For there will be all kinds of questions that are interesting. All kinds of matters that may be discussed, they're not all irrelevant. They're not all insignificant, but if we're going to be straightforward about things, there is a time for everything. There is a purpose to everything under heaven. And we need to learn when, what is being expressed as something that we should follow up on, and when we should set it aside and proceed with the main issue, and so in versus 13 and 14, Jesus sets the issue further forward. He has begun naturally, he has aroused her curiosity, and now your invest 13, he addresses her longing for reality. He addresses her deep desire for satisfaction. Everyone says Jesus who drinks this water will be thirsty again. But whoever drinks the water I give him will never thirst, indeed, the water I give him will become in him a spring of water welling up to eternal life. And how this must have registered in the mind of this lady because it's clearly spoke of something more significant than simply the fact that there was a possibility of getting a drink of water and you wouldn't be thirsty again. The lady was bright enough to understand that it was something more than this. Indeed, she may well have known the scriptures well enough to recognize that they were full of this kind of water terminology. It appealed to the longing of their lives.

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The latest in the NFL

AP News Radio

04:00 min | Last week

The latest in the NFL

"NFL roundup Saturday preview. I'm Dave ferry. Fresh off a biweek, the eagles and chiefs are back on the field Saturday and her favorites to advance to the conference championship games. Philadelphia hosts the Giants of Kansas City entertains the Jaguars. The week off gave eagles quarterback Jalen hurts extra time to rest his spring right shoulder. He missed two games, but was back under center when the eagles beat the Giants 22 16 in week 18. Hertz has respect for the Giants defense. Regardless of what they've done, you know, I think they've done it well. What are they playing man coverage? They do that well, whatever the plan is on coverage, they play that well. So I think for us, it's just on us executing versus them. Hurts was healthy when the eagles handed the Giants their worst loss of the season, 48, 22 and week 14. And now the two teams meet for the third time in 7 weeks, eagles wide receiver AJ Brown says he doesn't see that as an advantage for either team. It doesn't matter how many times you play it. Come down to it. This opportunity and shouldn't be worried about what you did in the past or it doesn't help it doesn't hurt. You got to execute and that's what we find. The Giants were riding high at 7 and two before a two 5 and one finish dropped them to the 6th seed, but New York advanced in the wildcard as Daniel Jones threw for 301 yards and ran for 78 yards in the 31 24 downing of the Vikings. But he faces another challenge playing in front of the hostile eagle fans. It's a divisional game. I think that brings some intensity to it and yeah, I mean, they're known for having a good crowd that supports their team and yeah, so we're prepared for it. We've played there. Coach Brian debal says Jones has grown in his four NFL seasons, although this is their first year together. Dave ball sees Jones as a calming influence who is far removed from the player who went 12 and 25 in his first three years. Players looked to him because he is that consistent voice consistent message and consistent player, how he practices, I think, consistent is probably the best word to use. On paper, the chief's Jaguars game appears to be a potential mismatch, and Jags coach Doug Peterson knows their margin for error is small. For us, it's just a matter of just staying disciplined and trusting what we're doing. And just understand your role within your game plan, right? And just execute each play one at a time. Peterson was a backup quarterback when Reid was head coach of the eagles. And he also was a member of Reid's coaching staff. Reed has been impressed by Jacksonville's improvement this season. They've improved every week, and they have bought it. Doug's done a great job as his coaches have. It takes everybody. So, but he's a nice job with her. A 27, 17 loss in Kansas City left the Jaguars three and 7, but Jacksonville won 6 of its last 7 to win the AFC south, then turned to 27, nothing deficit into a 31 30 win over the Chargers in the wild card round. They advanced to the divisional round despite four first half interceptions by Trevor Lawrence, who also threw for four touchdowns and leading the comeback. I think we scored every drive in the second half, didn't pun again. So, I mean, that's huge, obviously, gives us confidence, and you don't want to do that, but to be able to win a game like that is really, really special. Lawrence has put up good numbers, throwing for 4113 yards and 25 touchdowns. But chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes put up historic numbers, racking up 5250 passing yards and 41 touchdowns for the NFL's number one scoring offense. But the playoffs are an elevated brand of football, according to mahomes. I think you build up for this all season long. The regular season you take it week by week, but you want to be here in the playoffs and you know you're going to play the best football teams in the league and that's what you want to do as a competitor. And so I'm excited to get to go up against a great football team at arrowhead. That's always a good time. As of Friday afternoon, DraftKings had the chiefs at 9 point favorite while the eagles were giving 7 and a half points. Sunday's games have the bills hosting the Bengals before the cowboys visit the forty-niners. I'm Dave ferry, AP sports.

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Naomi Wolf Discusses Her Recent Speech at Yale

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:06 min | Last week

Naomi Wolf Discusses Her Recent Speech at Yale

"Welcome back. Thanks so much for having me so great to be speaking with you again. Certain people are many people are difficult to sum up. I will remind people that you and I were in the same class at Yale, class of I think I was in the class of 84, but that couldn't be. That would make us way older than we know that we are. But we were in the same class at Yale. You are now the author of many, many bestselling books, including most recently and unfortunately, most importantly, the bodies of others, which we've discussed, the CEO of daily clout. I want to talk to you about everything that you're talking about, substack, and wherever you're writing. And but probably maybe start with something that you wrote about, not very long ago, that you visited Yale University and experienced the weirdness of that. I don't know. Can you frame that for my audience? What happened that day? Sure. So, gosh, Yale university has mandated on its poor students that they must, even if they've had COVID, even if they have had the first and second mRNA injection that they must have a booster, the same booster that was tested on 8 mice prior to returning to campus for spring semester and the deadline is this month, the 31st. So I have to say, if that were my kid, there is no way I would let them get those injections so they could attend, quote unquote, Yale University. But you're telling me they are mandating this. It is just unbelievable, especially now that even the mainstream media is beginning to report on the adverse effects like death is reasonably adverse of these injections.

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Lunar New Year rush starts in China after virus rules lifted

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Lunar New Year rush starts in China after virus rules lifted

"The relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions has let loose a wave of pent up travel desire, particularly around China's most important time for family gatherings, referred to as the spring festival. The Chinese government expects over 2.1 billion journeys to be made during a 40 day travel period around New Year's Day, which falls on Sunday. Beijing hairdresser Wang laudan tells the AP now restrictions are lifted, she's more relaxed and taking a train back home to heilongjiang province, many countries have imposed testing requirements on travelers from China to the foreign ministry has protested and warriors remain about the spread of the virus since containment measures were lifted. I'm Charles De Ledesma

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The Heart of Israel

The Bible in a Year

02:48 min | Last week

The Heart of Israel

"And you'll get updates and you'll get. Whatever kind of information you might need to follow along. Today, we are going, as I said, genesis chapter 35 and 36 were continuing on with the story of Jacob now, Israel, and his family. And gosh, yeah, how the family is going to unfold. They're going to continue to grow. He's got a number of sons and they are getting older and things are getting complicated. Things are always complicated. Man, we yesterday, what it is suns do. His sons took vengeance upon the family of shechem, hamor, that whole entire family after they had agreed to make a covenant with them. Because she had raped their sister. And so the family continues to grow. This is genesis chapter 35 and 36. God said to Jacob arise. Go up to bethel and dwell there. And make there an altar to the God who appeared to you when you fled from your brother Esau. So Jacob said to his household and to all who were with him, put away the foreign gods that are among you and purify yourselves and change your garments, then let us arise and go up to bethel. That I may make there an altar to the God who answered me in the day of my distress, and has been with me wherever I have gone. So they gave to Jacob all the foreign gods that they had and the rings that were in their ears and Jacob hid them under the oak which was near shechem. And as they journeyed, a terror from God fell upon the cities that were round about them, so that they did not pursue the sons of Jacob. And Jacob came to lose. That is bethel, which is in the land of Canaan. He and all the people who were with him, and there they built an altar. And called the place el bethel, because their God had revealed himself to him when he fled from his brother. And Deborah, Rebecca's nurse died, and she was buried under an oak below bethel, so that the name of it was called Alan bakut. God appeared to Jacob again when he came from padan aram and blessed him, and God said to him, your name is Jacob. No longer shall your name be called Jacob. But Israel shall be your name. So his name was called Israel, and God said to him, I am God almighty. Be fruitful and multiply, a nation and a company of nations shall come from you and kings shall spring from you. The land which I gave to Abraham and Isaac, I will give to you, and I will give the land to your descendants after you. Then God went up from him in the place where he had spoken with him, and Jacob set up a pillar in the place where he had spoken with him. A pillar of stone, and he poured out a drink offering on it, and poured oil on it. So Jacob called the name of the place where God had spoken with him, bethel.

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Child’s body found in Dnipro building, strike deaths hit 41

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

Child’s body found in Dnipro building, strike deaths hit 41

"Rescuers are still retrieving bodies from an apartment building. Following a weekend Russian missile strike. Then the pro death toll is now beyond 40, after the body of a child was pulled out from the shattered building, emergency crews have cleared about 90% of the rubble, during a multi day search since the Saturday afternoon strike, the deadliest of the war on civilians at one location since the spring, according to the governor of the nipro region, around 25 residents of the building are still missing. Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky has vowed to bring those responsible for the strike to justice, saying it's a fundamental task for Ukraine and its Western Allies. I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Day 12 of the Bible in a Year: Isaac and Rebekah

The Bible in a Year

02:43 min | 2 weeks ago

Day 12 of the Bible in a Year: Isaac and Rebekah

"If we go on to the story of the marriage of Isaac and Rebecca, in genesis, chapter 24. Now Abraham was old, will advanced in years and the lord had blessed Abraham in all things. In Abraham said to his servant, the oldest of his house who had charge of all that he had, put your hand under my thigh, and I will make you swear by the lord, the God of heaven, and of earth, that you will not take a wife for my son from the daughters of the canaanites among whom I dwell. But will go to my country and to my Kindred and take a wife for my son, Isaac. The servant said to him, perhaps the woman may not be willing to follow me to this land, must I then take your son back to the land from which you came? Abraham said to him, see to it that you do not take my son back there. The lord, the God of heaven, who took me from my father's house and from the land of my birth and who spoke to me and swore to me your descendants, I will give this land he will send his angel before you, and you shall take a wife for my son from there. But if the woman is not willing to follow you, then you will be free from this oath of mine. Only you must not take my son back there. put his hand under the thigh of Abraham's master, and swore to him concerning this matter. Then the servant took ten of his master's camels and departed, taking all sorts of choice gifts from his master, and he arose, and went to Mesopotamia to the city of nehor. And he made the camels kneel down outside the city by the well of water at the time of evening. The time when women go out to draw water. And he said, oh, lord, God of my master Abraham, grant me success today. I beg you. And show mercy to my master Abraham. Behold I am standing by the spring of water, and the daughters of the men of the city are coming out to draw water. Let the maiden to whom I shall say, please let down your jar that I may drink. And who shall say drink, and I will draw water for your camels, let her be the one whom you have appointed for your 7 Isaac. By this I shall know that you have shown mercy to my master. Before he had done speaking, behold Rebecca, who was born to bethuel, the son of milka, the wife of nehor, Abraham's brother, came out with her water jar upon her shoulder. The maiden was very fair to look upon. A virgin whom no man had known. She went down to the spring and filled her jar, and came up. Then the servant ran to meet her and said, please, give me a little water to drink from your jar. She said, drink my lord, and she quickly let down her jar upon her hand and gave him a drink. When she had finished giving him a drink, she said, I will draw water for your camels also until they have done drinking. So she quickly emptied her jar into the trough, and ran again to the well to draw, and drew for all his camels. The man gazed at her in silence to learn whether the lord had prospered his journey or not.

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Alfredo Ortiz: Preview the New Book 'The Real Race Revolutionaries'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

Alfredo Ortiz: Preview the New Book 'The Real Race Revolutionaries'

"Tell us a little bit about the genesis of the book, what's in it and why people are going to love it. Well, thanks, Mike. I am excited about this. Look at something that you and I have been on the road now, I guess we started this 6, 7 years ago, it gets back in the Orlando. Orlando. And I know we were in Arizona, but look, all across the country, we've seen entrepreneurship amongst minorities be especially under the Trump administration, but it's really just sky high and the results were great. We had a booming economy and all that was because we actually got the government out of the way and we let these entrepreneurs in particular minority entrepreneurs really do their thing. And so for example, on the Hispanic entrepreneurship, it was never better than under the Trump administration, but blacks, Asians, et cetera. And so it actually all came about this book because I gave a testimony in the spring of last year in front of the entire House ways and means committee. And the Democrats were, of course, pushing their idea that the only way to get over the racial divide is for more government intervention, right? And I, of course, said, eh, I don't think so. I think the real way is for the government to get out of the way and to make sure that our small businesses thrive through lower taxes and lower regulation, which we all sought to be true and again was phenomenal during 2019, 2020. It all worked out before COVID. It was really phenomenal. So, but they didn't like that narrative. And in fact, it's kind of funny they were a couple of quotes here that I pulled out from that or from that testimony. They were troubled by the rhetoric and claimed that I was inappropriate and ignorant to the arguments and needs of the minorities. So how's that? I'm a Hispanic on the Mexican American immigrant sent to immigrants and I'm ignorant to the needs of minorities of the

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Can Former AR Gov. Asa Hutchinson Gain Traction in the 2024 Race?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:35 min | 3 weeks ago

Can Former AR Gov. Asa Hutchinson Gain Traction in the 2024 Race?

"Hugh you had joined now by asa Hutchinson, former governor of Arkansas, former member of the House. Good morning, governor, good to have you on the Hugh Hewitt show. You, it is great to be with you this morning. Hope you're well. I am. I assume you're running for president. I don't know if you formally filed. Have you formally filed yet? Oh no, I have not no final decisions made. It's a little bit early. Most important thing is the message that we get out of a common sense conservatism and new leadership for our future. So I'm going to be fighting that battle in the coming months and we'll see what the final decision is. So governor, when do you have to make a decision by to be actually competitive? I mean, you've got to raise a lot of small dollar donors, the RNC is going to put people on the stage based on pulling a number of donors if my leaks out of the RNC are correct. Debate is supposed to start in July and Milwaukee when will you have to make a decision whether or not you're going to go formally? Well, I think you've got, you know, the three or four months should be in the springtime. That gives you time to be ready. So that's the outside marker to me is sometime in the spring. We're doing all the things that are necessary in terms of I'm going to be in Iowa. I want to be in the key states. I want to be talking about what I believe in in the future for our country from border security to energy policy and we see where that goes and makes a decision based upon the level of support and the final decision as to whether I can make a difference in the direction of our country.

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Media Quickly Blamed Conservatives After Colorado Club Shooting

Mark Levin

01:53 min | Last month

Media Quickly Blamed Conservatives After Colorado Club Shooting

"Horrific event that happened in Colorado Springs and the club cute killings there But the media couldn't wait to make this a big issue politically to seize firearms and to claim that somehow this is conservatives that were involved in conservatives did this when that wasn't the case at all Listen to the media try to exploit this horrific tragedy to push a political agenda in a narrative There are 5 dead people In a strip mall because that was the only place they felt safe as gay or trans people in this town in Colorado Springs I think that the Santa's bobert they have blood on their hands on this These bodies are not in the ground yet And they're being used as political props right now When you demonize someone to that extent and you make them feel like an existential threat to you and your children it's no wonder again that we get this kind of violence This exact same language of grooming and pedophilia targeting the LGBTQ community It kills And I'm just wondering what could I have done different Seriously as reporters what can we do different I think we have to have a come to Jesus moment here As reporters there is no inward reflection here It's just you know continue to use these people as props Continuing as the grief of these people as props I think as reporters we're going to look in here And double down As much as we got to double down Oh okay there we go We got a double down because we need to push a narrative Was the shooter conservative No Was the shooter inspired by desantis No Or boebert No Was a shooter there to the conservative mega guy to do what he did No Does that matter No because they hate desantis right This guy's a threat to the Democratic Party

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Forecasting the Issues of 2023: The Next Election Cycle

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:44 min | Last month

Forecasting the Issues of 2023: The Next Election Cycle

"Know we look back in 2022, one of the things that I said was everybody was voted for danger and they were just tired of elections, especially in some of the states. Well, guess what? 2023 will lead to the obvious discussion of 2024. And you've got already speculation being bandied about with the media and looking at who's going to be in the presidential race. Who's going to be running for Santa. You know, all this is already started. One of the funny things though that I did read the other night or other day in one of the news blogs from Washington D.C. out of Politico was they finally had a moment of self absorption enough to where they realized that maybe going from party to party at Georgetown to The White House to the French embassy. There may be those reporters who are locked in that little bubble have no idea what the rest of conservative America is really been frustrated about because all they report on is like minded individuals and the press seeked to promote each other so much that they don't see what's going on out in the country. And that will continue to build over into this 2023 with the 2024 election cycle and the presidential election, which is already kicked off because we already then Donald Trump announced his run for presidency. I would look for late spring mid to late spring to be the next batch of folks coming out. Who want to run against what was perceived to be Joe Biden at this point now. He seems to be making the moves to run as president, if not, we'll be back to within four years being back to a full primary system on both sides of the aisle to who will be the nominee for the Republican Party.

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The Media Ultimately Exploited the Colorado Springs Club Shooting

Mark Levin

01:47 min | Last month

The Media Ultimately Exploited the Colorado Springs Club Shooting

"One of the other big stories was the media just flat out getting it wrong Bulldozing true journalism and a race to exploit the Colorado tragedy Now you it's not this is a horrific event that happened in kawara springs and the club cute killings there But the media couldn't wait to make this a big issue politically to seize firearms and to claim that somehow this is conservatives that were involved in conservatives did this when that wasn't the case at all Listen to the media try to exploit this horrific tragedy to push a political agenda in a narrative There are 5 dead people In a strip mall because that was the only place they felt safe as gay or trans people in this town in Colorado Springs I think that desantis bobert they have blood on their hands on this These bodies are not in the ground yet And they were being used as political props right now When you demonize someone to that extent and you make them feel like an existential threat to you and your children it's no wonder again that we get this kind of violence This exact same language of grooming and pedophilia targeting the LGBTQ community It kills And I'm just wondering what could I have done different Seriously as reporters what can we do different I think we have to have a come to Jesus moment here As reporters there is no inward reflection here It's just continue to use these people as props Continues the grief of these people as props I think as reporters we're going to look in here And double down As much as we got to double down Oh okay there we go We got a double down because we need to push a narrative

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SOL Recovery In 2023  Will The Solana Mobile Updates Help

NewsBTC

03:17 min | Last month

SOL Recovery In 2023 Will The Solana Mobile Updates Help

"5 a.m. Sunday, December 25th, 2022. SLL recovery in 2023 will the Solana mobile updates help. Salana is having a hard time springing back to life. Apparently, the FTX crash has negatively impacted SOL and its bearishness doesn't seem to improve the crypto's price. Hey race a quick look on how the crypto has been performing FTX crash drags price down SOL price nosedives by 2.132 100 million in crypto wiped out from Solana foundation, according to coin market cap, the crypto's price has nosedived by 2.13 or trading at 11.77 as of this writing. Evidently, it has been negative for the past few days, although there has been improvements, but it still isn't peaking to 12. With the rate it's going, the price is seen to have depreciated by as much as 1.56 as seen in the past 24 hours. Related reading Matic scene breaking present support was sustained momentum Solana objectives for 2023 SOL price is seen to have peaked on November 6th last year, with a 259 all time high, with its lowest price lying around the range of 10.56 the highest it is peaked since its last low price was spotted at 18.65. On December 21st, the network showcased on social media the platforms accomplishments and goals for the coming year. Mobile phone jump crypto fire dancer launch salana is set to release the salon of phone in 2023, claiming that the launch of the mobile gadget is to aid decentralized applications dabs on web three platforms. This is definitely a bold move for the network as a first of its innovation in the crypto space. More so, apart from the mobile device, the platform will also be launching jump crypto's fire dancer, which will also be released in 2023. The launch aims to accentuate the speed and also reduce the breakdowns in the platform. Related reading Matic rising Y investors are upbeat on this crypto for 2023 crypto total market cap at nearly 770 billion on the daily chart, chart trading view dot com initial diagnosis flatline the price appears to be on a flat line as seen in the past few days even a few weeks after the crypto exchanges collapse. Sam bankman fried FTX former CEO, is facing multiple charges of fraud. He posted a 250 million bail last week. The coin is now down by 69 since November as impacted by the FTX collapse, which is known to be one of the biggest supporters of Solana. The recent collapse of FTX has also dragged the crypto down, especially with the Solana foundation, having approximately 200 million worth of crypto wiped out when FTX imploded. With the current scenario, there is a very slim chance of the crypto enjoying a price increase in the next coming weeks, even if the digital asset has bottomed out. Apparently, SOL has bottomed out in November, following the exchanges turmoil, but it seems that it's far from over yet as the coin continues to fall, with no hints of spiking any time soon.

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Sen. Marsha Blackburn on the $1.66T Government-Funding Bill

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:55 min | Last month

Sen. Marsha Blackburn on the $1.66T Government-Funding Bill

"On a delighted to open our show with none other than Tennessee's senator Marsha Blackburn. Hi there. How are you? Well, I'm annoyed. I am probably annoyed as you are. Is this thing a done deal? 'cause I like your idea. Freeze government spending freeze government eyes freeze government pay increase, is there a chance of any of that happening? Well, as you know, I've been pushing this idea forward since last spring. And not any of that is going to happen, but I'm going to continue to push this idea forward. Because if you're going to stop the increases in spending, what you have to do is free suspending. Put a halt to it, say, okay, no more. That is what a continuing resolution would do for us right now. It would put us at the levels where we are, which are too high because there's an elevated levels from the COVID spending. But then you have to get back in there and some of these things that were deemed mandatory spending during the pandemic, you have to begin to remove some of those components. And this is deep dive budget work. It's where Republicans need to stand together. And say, we're going to oppose continuing to pass these massive spending bills, and we're going to oppose these earmarks for local governments and communities. You know, it's one thing for elected representatives to weigh in on interstate highways and military bases that are in those districts and areas and states. And things that have a tie to federal government. It's

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"last spring" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:58 min | 3 months ago

"last spring" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Hardy with the story. The mother of the 17 year old says the administration's protections for her daughter and other students after similar allegations in March are inadequate. That was during class. In a room where they sent two students of the opposite sex to do an assignment and based on the previous issues they don't have a camera in these rooms, there was no adult that popped their head in at any moment to follow up. Attorney Stephanie white says the district's response has made it part of the problem. It's sending a message to survivors and victims everywhere. That even if you choose to raise your voice or not going to listen to you. She says they are reviewing their legal options a district two 33 spokeswoman tells wbm they made sure consent and sex abuse lessons are taught with fidelity after meeting with students last spring regarding Monday's allegations the district says staff responded immediately and followed all relevant school and legal protocols. Nancy hardy one O 5 9. A Chicago man is charged with sending a death threat to Republican candidate for governor Darren Bailey. 21 year old Scott Lennox is accused of sending a voicemail to Darren Bailey's office, threatening to quote mutilate and kill him. Prosecutors say it stemmed from an argument at a Chicago bar over a political TV ad. Lennox is charged with three felonies, including threatening a public official, telephone harassment, and harassment by electronic communications, bail was set at $75,000. He's also required to wear electronic monitoring and barred from contacting Bailey, his family, or his office. Rachel Pearson, one O 5 9 wbm. Both President Biden and vice president Harris will be in the Chicago area in the next few days to help boost local democratic candidates. The White House confirms mister Biden will lead a get out the vote event tomorrow, focusing on helping democratic suburban Chicago congressional incumbents. The sun times reports the president may also be in the Chicago area on Saturday. The Democratic Party of Illinois says Harris will also rally with Democrats on Sunday. Meanwhile, the president is warning democracy itself may be in jeopardy in next week's elections. This is not far from the side of the January 6th riot of Trump supporters, current President Biden made a speech aimed both at voters next week and maybe the history books pleading with voters to save democracy from lies and violence. It's estimated that there are more than 300 election deniers on the ballot all across America. This year, we can't ignore the impact. This is having on our country is damaging its corrosive and its destructive. Mister Biden also referenced the recent hammer attack on the husband of House speaker Nancy Pelosi, Tom 40 CBS News Washington. A vigil was held last night at Polk and California on the west side, where 14 people were shot at a drive by incident Monday night. Mayor lightfoot told those gathered the city needs to come together to help bring the shooters to justice. Someone knows. Who is responsible for this tragedy? Yes. Someone, some mother's son, who committed this act, as now hiding

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"last spring" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 6 months ago

"last spring" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Oresteia through August 13th only. More information at armory on park dot org. Good morning, WNYC. I'm James Menendez. Today on NewsHour, turkey says a deal has been reached with Russia to allow Ukraine to resume grain exports via the Black Sea will examine how it will work. Also, the shocking testimony of a group of soldiers in Myanmar who defected after they were ordered to murder and rape civilians. That's BBC News hour at 9 on 93.9 FM WNYC. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Leila faldon, and I'm Rachel Martin, many fans of the musical into the Woods got their wish. The show is a mash up of Grimm's fairytales that's both silly and serious and a limited run of the production in New York last spring has now been moved to Broadway. It's getting rave reviews and playing to sold out houses. Here's a reporter Jeff London. Fresh off their Pulitzer Prize winning musical Sunday in the park with George, composer lyricist Stephen Sondheim and librettist James le pine wanted to write a new show together. And landed on the idea of taking various fairytales Cinderella little red riding hood Jack and the beanstalk among them and mixing them all together with their own story of a childless baker and his wife. Once upon a time. I wish that's from the original 1987 cast album. Sondheim explained the importance of that moment in a video he recorded for music theater international, the company that licenses productions of the show. The show opens with words I wish and closes with the words I wish. And this isn't just because they're fairytale languages, but in fact what the show is about. It's about a group of people who have various wishes. And during the course of the show, they get their wishes, but in so doing, upset the natural order of things, and have to pay for it in the second act, become a community, submerge their individual wishes into a community wish, and thereby save the world, so to speak. He should have put you through the fear you have to take the journey the show is probably sometimes most popular musical. It ran for two years originally, was taped for PBS, has been revived on Broadway, is performed

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"last spring" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"last spring" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Yeah, yeah, And then I'm never going to relinquish it for 30 years like you've done so you know, And I think that's where Sammy is that right now it's like, Hey, I'm a push. And if the opportunity comes, he loves his teammates. He loves that program it obviously it's in his blood and has been for a long, long time. And if and when that opportunity comes, he's going to have to maximize the moment. It's gonna be weird for for parents and family to really watch when you've watched kids Be the superstars, and then all of sudden you're sitting in the stands and just hoping they could get in the game so you can see him first, you know to be really weird Dory, You know, it'll be really weird is remember seeing a picture of Sam the spring this last spring when he did spring ball, where number seven under center. He throws it, like his left handed. Uncle does kind of a similar. He throws it better than I did. And I'm not just saying that he d does. He sees much further along than I was at that stage of my career? But it was kind of surreal seeing it and I will tell you if the day ever comes where I broadcast one of his games. I think that'll be even weirder than as a parent, you know, because it is a parent like Yeah, that's that's my son, but to be up in the booth Trying to analyze commentating broadcast up. That will be one of the more surreal moments I think of my life. Really? That's so I would think you'd be so locked in on just doing the job you are you are, but when he's wearing number seven at the school you used to do and he throws like you and he looks like you and it's in that stadium that you were in. Mhm. That's all little. That would all be a little surreal. We'll We'll cross that bridge if and when that day does come, But I have a sense that that would be maybe one of the more unique life experiences I've had. How they can do at Michigan. I think I'm gonna give him a good game. I think they're going to hear all week. How terrible they are. How awful they are. What a joke that was the worst lost ever. And they got a bunch of competitors and usually when competitors are told they're terrible, and they can't do something that usually rise to the occasion, So I think it'll be pretty competitive in Primetime Saturday. All right, we didn't even chance stuck. But Seahawks opener on Sandy boob. We'll do that We'll recap it next week. Alright, Brock. Appreciate it, man. Thank you Always love adoree. See, you see the coal rock your.

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"last spring" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"last spring" Discussed on 600 WREC

"That have happened the past eight or nine months under the brand new president and we sit here on Labor Day weekend, celebrating all the accomplishments of, uh President Joe Biden on the southern border. In Afghanistan with employment with Covid with the city's everywhere I look, there's crisis upon crisis. Joining you and I now is Kevin Jackson, Kevin Jackson network dot com and Kevin Jackson. Happy Labor Day weekend and Welcome to the Bill Cunningham Show. And Kevin, How are you doing? Great building stock here? Yeah, I'm reading your columns, a Democrat condones burning of police station and this feeds in nicely to one of my diatribes about What happened January six was bad. Those ones that went into the capital. I guess there was about 1/10 of 1% of those who went to Washington went into the capital, the full weight of the federal government's coming down. I think the shaman is going to plead guilty. He's going to get a year or two in jail. The guy with the horns and every apparatus of the federal government is coming on these people hard and heavy as if there was some Effort to overturn the United States government and install some other government which never was going to happen. But then I look back on last summer, the kind of crap that went on and police stations and some of the comments of a Democrat. In Minnesota are very illustrative about condoning the burning of a police station because it had to be given up into an extent, Jacob Frye, the mayor said. At that point, you know, we have to give up the police station. We've got to give them something. So they gave a multi million dollar symbol of law enforcement to the riders. And here we sit thinking I'm shocked. First of all, we didn't have more riots over the summer time. But secondly The article about Democrats condoning burning of a police station is the last inch of of the mindset. Please explain the essence of your article. Well, the essence is is that these? You know what's good for the goose is, they say, is apparently not good for the gander. I mean, and people can look at January six anyway, they want, but the FBI reports have now come out and showed that Number one. It wasn't the big threat that everybody claimed that it was and I could go on. It was a It was a Democratic, uh, essentially a ruse to make it appear as though you know Trump supporters and people who were Rightfully questioning. The results of the election didn't have their voices heard, and they made it into something bigger than what it was Allah. Russian collusion by Donald Trump Allah Right, you know, trump intimidating the Ukrainians, which Biden actually did, and you know, in reality, and so transfer that into some of these other narrative, the narrative that Black men are being killed indiscriminately by police. We know we're not out there committing crimes. How dare the police attack us, You know for dealing drugs and Carjacking and robbing and murder and things that are happening every day in multiple cities around the country. So you know, we've got to fight these these silly narratives and the the article essentially is highlighting that yet again, You know, we've got to deal with the the lives that are being told to us across the country. We're seeing it and I don't want to keep jumping around, but we're seeing it in what's now happening in Afghanistan would by having these private conversations Leaving people behind. We're seeing it with the wolf flu. When I called the roof blew the coronavirus shot and everything I don't know if people even realized, but the Red Cross is now saying they can't take blood from people who have gotten the shot because it could actually kill people. So it's lies on top of lies, and what we're pointing out in the article is when it comes to policing. You know, we're still dealing with the same types of types of lives. One great article on your Web site by Tiffany Lane as an American that believes in public education. I spent most of my time and Catholic schools I found myself because of economic circumstances. In a high school and not of my choosing, and I was sitting there at a place called Deer Park High School sophomore not wanting to be their family. My father had left alcoholic. He was gone. My mother and family got to work. It was a terrible time for the family, and I found public education gave me a ladder together the whole in which I found myself And from that point on, I survived because of the interest of two men who to basketball coaches. Tom Griswald and Jerry would. They assisted me as a young man to for me, and I went on with my life, and I'm reading this story on your website about what's happening in one school district. This one happens to be Los Angeles. But the same thing I'm sure applies. For example, here in Cincinnati, they don't test anymore and the fourth in the eighth grade because the results are so bad they can't be made public. The buses aren't working. They can't get kids to school. And this article makes the point that in Los Angeles Unified District, which I think is the largest in the country, maybe New York is, but whatever. Last spring, for example, April May and June of this year, 64%. Of high schoolers. Some 130,000 kids were not actively engaged in the district's online learning program. In other words, they didn't care at all. And then it also makes the point in this article. That that the young guns the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th graders, there was less than 1% logging on. In other words, there was no education taking place in urban areas, and this went on for like a year. Spending literally billions of dollars in urban areas where the kids need education more than your kids need it more than my kids needed. It's critical whether you're in Los Angeles, Milwaukee, Cincinnati Austin, wherever you are. If you're in an urban district, you've got to have a ladder out of the hole in what circumstances and it didn't happen at all. And it's not even a story except that Kevin Jackson dot com. Can you explain why this isn't like the biggest story in the country? It's a wasted year. Many and even the plugged in parents Bill. This is this is a sad part, even the ones I mean, we struggled with my youngest son in terms of getting the homework and it wasn't all his fault. He was trying to get assignments in the system wasn't working. They weren't prepared to deal with. Online learning the way that, you know, say the the homeschoolers have been doing for decades, and it was a total fiasco. But look, the education system is a total fiasco. It doesn't produce the results. That it's paid to produce. And look, I can give the people that are listening to the program. A lot of statistics now begin with this, the overwhelming number of kids who drop out the largest ethnicity of kids who drop out you want to take a stab at what what ethnic group drops out of high school the most, you know, it's black kids. Next is Latinos. Next is white. And then then next is Asian. And it's in that order. You want to know the largest number ethnic group that drops out of college once they're in there. Blacks, then Latinos than whites than agents. 60% of blacks, 58% of Latinos. It drops down with whites and obviously with Asians and Asians. Don't finish college at the rate of 28% just to give people some perspective. Now, why are these cases Why these cases number one? Black schools are the worst schools. They're in terrible environment. And if I don't know if that article went on, But we wrote another article that talks about how the teachers union is prided itself on teaching kids how to become militants. And you know what? They're bragging about the fact that the teachers unions do not want to go back to school to teach because they're afraid of getting the dreaded wolf flu. Now let me give you your audience Interesting Statistics of the 73 million. That's 73 73 million kids 17, or under 384 of them have died from the dreaded covid virus.

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"last spring" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"last spring" Discussed on KTOK

"Of a new president, We look at all the great things that have happened the past eight or nine months under the brand new president. And we sit here on Labor Day weekend celebrating all the accomplishments of President Joe Biden on the southern border in Afghanistan with employment. With Covid with the city's everywhere I look, there's crises upon crises. Joining you and I now is Kevin Jackson, Kevin Jackson network dot com and Kevin Jackson. Happy Labor Day weekend and Welcome to the Bill Cunningham Show. And Kevin, How are you doing? Great building? Yeah, I'm reading your columns, a Democrat condones burning of police station and this feeds in nicely to one of my diatribes about, uh, What happened January six was bad. Those ones that went into the capital. I guess there was about 1/10 of 1% of those who went to Washington went into the capital, the full weight of the federal government's coming down. I think the shaman is going to plead guilty. He's going to get a year or two in jail. The guy with the horns and every apparatus of the federal government is coming on these people hard and heavy as if there was some effort to overturn the United States government and install some other government. Which never was going to happen, But then I look back on last summer, the kind of crap that went on in police stations and some of the comments of a Democrat in Minnesota are very illustrative about condoning the burning of a police station because it had to be given up and to an extent, Jacob Frye, the mayor said at that point, you know, we have to give up the police station. We've got to give them something. So they gave a multi million dollar symbol of law enforcement to the riders. And here we sit thinking I'm shocked. First of all, we didn't have more riots over the summer time. But secondly, the article about Democrats condoning burning of a police station is a lost each of of the mindset. Please explain the essence of your article. Well, the essence is that these You know what's good for the goose, as they say, is apparently not good for the gander. I mean and and people can look at January six anyway, they want, but the FBI reports have now come out and showed that you know, number one. It wasn't the big threat that everybody claimed that it was and I could go on. It was it was a Democratic Essentially a ruse to make it appear as though you know Trump supporters and people who were rightfully questioning. The results of the election didn't have their voices heard, and they made it into something bigger than what it was. Ah, law. Russian collusion by Donald Trump Allah You know trump intimidating the Ukrainians. Which Biden actually did. And you know, in reality, and so transfer that into some of these other narratives, the narrative that black men are being killed indiscriminately by police. We know we're not out there committing crimes. How dare the police attack us? You know, for dealing drugs and Carjacking and robbing and murder and things that are happening every day and in multiple cities around the country, So you know we've got to fight these these silly narratives and the article essentially Is that highlighting that yet again, You know, we've got to deal with the the lives that are being told to us across the country. We're seeing it and I don't want to keep jumping around. But we're seeing it in what's now happening in Afghanistan would by having these private conversations, uh, leaving people behind. We're seeing it with the wolf flu when I called the wolf through the coronavirus. Shot and everything. I don't know if people even realized, but the Red Cross is now saying they can't take blood from people who've gotten the shot because it could actually kill people. So it lies on top of lies. And what we're pointing out in the article is when it comes to policing, you know, we're still dealing with the same types of types of lives in one great article on your Web site by Tiffany Lane. As an American that believes in public education. I spent most of my time and Catholic schools I found myself because of economic circumstances in a high school and not of my choosing, and I was sitting there at a place called Deer Park High School Sophomore not wanting to be there for my family. My father had left alcoholic. He was gone. My mother and family got to work. It was a terrible time. For the family, and I found public education gave me a ladder together the whole in which I found myself and from from that point on, I survived because of the interest of two men who were to basketball coaches Tom Griswald and Jerry would They assisted me as a young man to for me, and I went on with my life, and I'm reading this story on your website about what's happening in one school district. This one happens to be Los Angeles. But the same thing I'm sure applies. For example, here in Cincinnati, they don't test anymore in the fourth in the eighth grade, because the results are so bad they can't be made public. The buses aren't working. They can't get kids to school. And this article makes the point that in Los Angeles Unified District, which I think is the largest in the country, maybe New York is, but whatever. Last spring, for example, April May and June of this year, 64%. Of high schoolers. Some 130,000 kids were not actively engaged in the district's online learning program. In other words, they didn't care at all. And then it also makes the point in this article. That that the young ones the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th graders, there was less than 1% logging on. In other words, there was no education taking place in urban areas, and this went on for like a year. Spending literally billions of dollars in urban areas where the kids need education more than your kids need it more than my kids needed. It's critical. Whether you're in Los Angeles, Milwaukee, Cincinnati Austin, wherever you are, If you're in an urban district, you've got to have a ladder out of the hole in which circumstances and it didn't happen at all. And it's not even a story except that Kevin Jackson dot com Can you explain why this isn't like the biggest story in the country? It's a wasted year many and even the plugged in parents Bill This is this is a sad part, even the ones I mean, we struggled with my youngest son in terms of getting the homework and it wasn't all his fault..

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"last spring" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"last spring" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Also wanted to play that for you because where they say. Say what you mean. This next track on our mix tape is about saying explicitly, indisputably what you mean with music. Although the people in the story might argue that it is not always easy. Part of their job is hunting for exactly the right song for the occasion. So this is track three, the end of the road. And I think the only other thing you need to know is that my colleague Hanna Joffe. Walt is a big fan of those slide shows that schools put together at the end of the year for graduations and that kind of thing, retrospective slide shows. Loves them. Here's Hannah. Got a bonus end of the year slide show last spring. I wasn't expecting it because it was for my second grader, and he wasn't graduating anything. Still, I was pleased when his teacher wrote the class to say she wanted to mark the end of the year. We should all join their morning meeting by Zoom and there was going to be a slide, Joe. Like Sean said. I do love slide shows. And not in a normal way. I don't think I always cry every time. And I'm really not a crier. But these stupid slide shows always work on me. Will cry when it's not my own child Graduating. I will cry even if I don't know a single kid in the slide show. For instance, here I was at an elementary school that my kids do not go to. I was there reporting Wouldn't be a graduation without a slide show Enjoy. And.

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"last spring" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout

Parenting Roundabout

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"last spring" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout

"Somebody had hoarded cats so there's cats glor- and obviously can maybe we could be cat people if it would avoid this problem right but i think what happened is that we'd never seen one in the house before and the next day our new neighbor said. Oh yeah we had mice in the adequate fumigate. So i think a little refugee came over somehow ran into our and then was just way more scared than we were all. I don't like this running. Super-busy finally my husband put down a plastic shopping bag and it ran into the bag and we just like carry outside and set it free where we were. We doing this podcast at the time when our house had backs. Yeah yeah wings. yeah that was. How did you ever get rid of them. Oh we had to have a bat person. Common seal up the addict basically like they were they were in the attic and they were somehow getting out of the attic And getting downstairs and so what they do is they come. And they like seal up They put like basically a one way exit on the attic. So that when the vats go out to find their snacks than they can't get back in Okay because you're not allowed to kill them and also we had to wait until like the baby. Bats were big enough to go out on their own like we had to harbor the whole bat family until such time as the babies could live on their own because bats are good. And you don't wanna kill k. Rent no we had to pay to evict them so we have this bunny who lives. I think there's a bunny family living under our front steps and periodically. We see the the big bunny kind of standing around and we refer to it as our landlord. We should drop some rent as we walk into our house right. The super is here a carrot and she tolerates us funny yeah. I feel like past stressful in the past year. Like during the covid year. There's been more rabbits like. I don't know if because like last spring there was less traffic on the road. Or yes or what happened but especially last spring and summer. They were just like everywhere. They had been emboldened. so an. how about cicadas. Did you ever get them. What's happening there i. We have not seen a single sucato. I understand there are some in new jersey. They are part of new jersey. And that's probably the best. New jersey is unusual. I think it's not that big estate but there are some parts that are really intensely populated and then there's some parts that are just very very much not and i think that's the parts that the cicadas hang out in you know they like a bunch of trees all in the same place and they're not going to find that where i live so Yes so now. I'm seen but i've heard that there's been places in new jersey that Overrun so excited critters. I've had to deal with in. He haven't been that. Just been squirrels and rabbits in one house. I'll trade you one of those who tries to not squish the insect but escorted outside. Especially if it's an insect that obviously got in accidentally like went through the wrong crevice and suddenly wound up inside a house as opposed to aunts. Who that's war doing so they're down flies possibly also but alone creepy crawly. I might try to loosely. Cover with kleenex and toss outside. Gen scored to the door and then because i watched too many disney movies. I'm like poke will be able to find its family.

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"last spring" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"last spring" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Up more than 300% since last spring, you feel less safe now. Yes, Definitely. It's a message that resonates with May Chew and Pat Wong, both longtime residents of lower Manhattan, how they're going to help the Asian to correct that, or bring it back to offer us some safety, the feeling of safety but just how police can and should work toward that safety. Is a contentious issue between New York Democrats. This is the first citywide vote since thousands took to the streets demanding police accountability after the murder of George Fluid in Minneapolis. The NYPD s response to those protests has fueled calls for drastic change to the department. As I learned New York through struggle, Joan's a. James Williams is black, gay HIV positive and shortly after moving here, had no place to stay and suddenly I experience homelessness, and while I was in the shelter I realized that everyone around you was black and Brown. He's also the organizing director for the anti poverty group Vocal New York, which works with low income communities impacted by HIV homelessness and incarceration. If you are concerned about violence in the subway, for instance, if your first knee jerk reaction is to call for an infusion of police into the subway That means you have not centered the person experiencing homelessness with unmet mental health needs in the subway, you center the politics of fear. He's backing Maya Wiley from mayor. She's a civil rights attorney and former counsel to Mayor Bill de Blasio. De Blasio is term limited. We are going to show this city what courage looks like. Wiley is.

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"last spring" Discussed on B2B Marketers on a Mission

B2B Marketers on a Mission

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"last spring" Discussed on B2B Marketers on a Mission

"Publishers. prevent something called maller -tising which is malicious ads. So you go onto a website for example. One of our clients is the boston globe. And what you don't want to do as a user is click. Add and have a big redirect pop up or you're you're taking to like a sweepstakes pop up that you can't get out of or you don't want to be taken to a landing page. That's trying to enroll you in a bitcoin scam. This is all terrible user experience and it also actually hurts the revenue of the publisher. And i won't go into why but But what. I was gonna say my observation about sort of what's happened with the pandemic is any time you have big change like we've seen in the last year. It presents an entirely new risk surface. And what i mean by that is for example with malveaux -tising a sudden. You had whole industries travel hospitality. That really took a hit right especially at the beginning of the pandemic and a lot of them pulled back dramatically on their advertising for example. You know hotels weren't advertising as much because they were shut down and they knew that that the advertising wasn't gonna pay off for them and so that void that big change. What it did was it. Lowered the cpm's which is the cost essentially to advertise in those verticals. And that's when melvin kaiser step in for example because they melva tasers are just basically perf- sophisticated performance marketers who are using programmatic advertising for for bad ends essentially and so they're opportunistic. They're looking for an inexpensive way to get in the door and to see big results and so that kind of a big change. It opened up a new within cybersecurity. What's called an attack surface for malveaux tigers to come into and we did see that because we track in our platform data about attacks and we saw malveaux -tising attack levels spike pretty heavily last spring when the when the world shutdown in certain verticals in others didn't happen because you know like lifestyle and and home things like home decor that there is still a ton of advertising for that because people were stuck in their houses looking at all. The you know the stuff they didn't like and buy new stuff. And so the it was fascinating to watch the trends of where these risks popped up and it was where there was like a vacuum and.

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"last spring" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"last spring" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"They're five and two suffered for long enough. The i took the words right out of my mouth and come on dad. Let's step it up the one thing. I remember about my above ground pool. Growing up as the water was always cold. Frilly yes well. I think. I think things have changed now. You can always. You can warm it up. That's the other thing. The mirages heated pool. He's got a he's got a heater. He's greg above ground pool. We got nicer one. That yeah you can have the nicer pool. He's a big star. Now you know yeah. I know they gave him like co host title over there like a ten thousand dollar. Raise an all of a sudden. He's got a heated above ground. Must be nice. Dan in freehold. What's going on dan jail. What's up. I grew up with a pool from central jersey pulls their antacid fantastic ceelo. I don't know why you're i'm not knocking. Central jersey pools. I i mean you know. Route nine right next to the The bmw dealership. It's almost like thirty five. Maybe forty years. That's right by sixty four years actually sixty four years. Thank you very much. Yeah that's right. I'm only forty forty years. My very happy customer with an above ground. Listen i'm seen at four point one out of five on one hundred fifty. Google reviews solid reputation. There all right very good unmatched strength and durability to last a lifetime. I think this is what we got. Beat that we've got to get this thing. Dropped right net lopresti backyard for this summer at saddam. Thanks to you guys up a little bit. Appreciate way you cove. It ran through you like a train. What is the doboy pool builder. What does that doboy. Where are you seeing that under pool option. It's not opening options. Doboy pool builder pool option. Job love ground pool builder boy. Custom-designed there's the doboy. Oh yeah when you want the finest above ground pools available. There's nobody like does pool there. You go so. They must be one of the You know like the brand the manufacturer. Yes that this company Installs or cells. Oh yeah no this is this is this is a little too fancy schmancy here so for us. Listen like you said i mean. Don't look a gift horse in the mouth. And i can't tell you guys to get and whatnot in all of a sudden you're asking me for doboy now. I'm just worried about the fit on the on the lawn back there. That's you got so much space. I'm so that you've got a ham like four or five acres back there. No we don't have four or five acres. I think the whole the whole lots. Like three quarters got over an acre back there. Well now no on the back talking about the entire property you you'll be able to find a place to put the the place that put in Last spring that's in the back corner where there is some flat ground. We needed a flat ground for that. Yes pool would have to go. I guess on the other and the other corner the back left of the proper program gets some fencing to these doboy steel and resin pools of they look fabulous in any backyard..

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"last spring" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras

Merkaba Chakras

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"last spring" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras

"What is what are these scared could happen. What what could you know. It's just the unknown is just unknown. That's scary well. Or do they just wanna make sure do they. Fear like a negative reality might come forward if they were on a child. Yeah i think that for most people. It's just it's it's not even just negative reality. It's just like what is real. I mean who am. I like those really basic questions which are really fundamental to creating what we call her ego sense of identity. If you shake that people get really really upset if you've parents who are more fluid in their consciousness as you mentioned and higher frequency because we work with some of those parents who have kids who are called new consciousness kids. They encourage their kids. Not in a way where it's like ego so whether like oh you're so special you know like okay. That's great that you're you're having that experience. What what's that. what's that like for you. And the other thing too is like it's hard to tell k with kids because depending on the parent because sometimes what the kid can be exposed to be dark right so you can't necessarily tell us apparent right. It could be something dark and so that could be scary to them because they feel like something is wrong right. So there's there's we can't discount. That is his ability that they may be responding to then. You have the kids who are just challenging things. Because they're of a higher order of resonance and challenging the way that has created so you kind of have both things play it kind of depends on what's happening. It's so funny. I want to show you something. Something up positively quick. I'm going to bring at image of to john's that my daughter and my niece drew before the pandemic and they said everybody's gonna come across. It's a friends. Okay so just wanted to show you this and i wanted to tell the audience this because since we were talking about You coming into this work and when you your child adults and parents and that people that you talking to were a little bit scared of Your ability and you know i have. I have clients who have children who have Some budding expenses and My daughter has as well and she just naturally just picks up what is going to happen so she and her. She's drawing this This cartoon last spring before the pandemic started to really get food with her knees or with a cousin and she was my daughter's six in her cousins like seven and they do these two characters.

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"last spring" Discussed on (EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio

(EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"last spring" Discussed on (EA) Eternal Affairs TRUTH Radio

"Once that storm arrives now you need to see what what damage it's it's caused and as that damage is being caused you need to understand what you're going to do to mitigate the damages amid and protect your assets in yourself so you have to understand that having a great stock now. Let's look at the at the proper series of peppers. Have this great stock of food. They've got a great stock of ammunition and guns. They have a backup power source they have generators they have for gasoline to fuel them prepared for short term and typically prepared for the long term when a tornado comes through which is a greater possibility of coming along than than a group of bandits. Coming after you. The tornadoes are great possible. Especially in a lot of parts of the country lately in pennsylvania state. We've had a lot of tornadoes too many to count and they're very dangerous. There are much more dangerous than than a pack of militants coming after you. But guess what your solar panel your generator. All your survival foods that you got in that back shit all your spare ammo and guns. When that tornado comes along that donate is gonna lift them up and throw 'em wherever it feels like now you prepared and just going to hell so that's a poor preparedness plan so if you're planning on tornadoes let's plan for the most. The most obvious things. We could plan for tornadoes hurricanes rainstorms snow and ice we can plan for outages caused by things like pandemics in fear like we had his last spring we could plan by having a stockpile of toilet paper in other in other things that could vanish off the shelves. And some foods aren't going to spoil. We can plan for that sort of an event but we have to remember that. That's not planning for that tornado. That comes in so you've got different preparedness plans you need to think about what you make a list of what is important to you and what the odds are of that thing happening the odds of anyone in this country.

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"last spring" Discussed on The Wise Fool

The Wise Fool

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"last spring" Discussed on The Wise Fool

"Twenty fifteen in a did connect to me to patterson though it's different some ways their connections as well. I mean i'm talking about in a post. Industrial american to vari various store parts of the northeastern part of this in this country the focus on my patterson project was entirely people. It's entirely portrait series and that there are a few portraits in upstate series but it is broader about the kind of in fall of of hudson's economy over the no a couple of hundred and so really interested in in that history of hudson. I kind of jumped in. Like i said at the end of the fall twenty fifteen inches started. I had taken a lot snapshots there before but started working with my film camera and it took a while to kind of figure out. Where is this project going. And like i think most projects do you don't really know in the beginning. It only takes shape or you start to understand it through the process of making. And that's what happened. In this case and then sort of i began to try to sort of merge different important aspects of that location specific things about the landscape in about the industrial history in about consensual economic issues relevant to net area. And i did a lot of exploring just spending hours and hours and hours driving around in revisiting locations. And so i worked on that project from that. I mean. I finished shooting net in the winter. In december twenty seventeen or january sorry january very early january twenty eighteen. And i knew at that point i had connected with daylight books right as our starting my teaching position in the fall. Twenty so tina. They had asked me if i want to publish a book with them and i of course knows excited. That's yes and now is launching in the fall of two thousand eighteen. I finished the project in the winner and then worked spent the rest of the year working on all the many things that you need to do to prepare to realize a body of work in book publication as well as it was also the therefore solo exhibitions beginning in fall. Twenty eighteen of that body work so was also producing our scale. Exhibition prints of that body. Were a lot of twenty. Eighteen for me was focused on the book. Coming out and the show's happening in going kind of stepping back in terms of my current body working the seeds of that idea that was actually the fastest like conception of any photo project. I think i've ever done in my last spring in montreal. When i accepted the position at issue. A new that. I was anticipating this move to the south southeast on 'obediently had this idea. It just kinda came to me that i wanted to explore the south through the kind of framework ov- of where the great southern writers had lived. Were to join the twentieth century. And it just immediately even before i left montreal. I was already researching. This and there is a website that i found the back hall southern literary trails and i started researching where these writers live so that that seed was already there before even moved to tennessee however because of my focus on finishing upstate project exhibiting publishing. It wasn't until the following summer actually started in the first trip that i made for that project was a a trip to milledgeville georgia where i photographed. I visited flannery o'connor house and photographed outside our house. That first time. I've since gone back in progress iraq inside though a those are not included in the project but one of the early images..

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"last spring" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"last spring" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"We're watching the workouts, monitoring the bowl pins keeping tabs on who's playing Where? Because the chance will like to move guys around broke positional standpoint, and then it will all transition to zoom. So instead of sitting in the dugout with gave Catholic for 15 minutes You'll go inside to his office will go up to our computers and zoom from 100 yards away in the same stadium. Carry some of the young names that everybody's been hearing about. Obviously, we know of Joey Barton. But Ramos is gonna be in camp. Sean Jelly is gonna be in camp. Patrick Bailey's gonna be in camp. What do your thoughts on these guys and who is close? Yeah, who was close is a really difficult question to answer just because I don't think the Giants no. After a full year of lost development last year, when there were no minor league games, he only had a select number of guys at the alternate site in Sacramento. But it is a really, really intriguing mix of prospects. John and I think that it's Really intriguing mix because it might be the youngest nix the Giants I've ever had. You've got someone like Marco Luciano, who's 19 years old. Will Wilson Hunter Bishop Patrick Bailey, all recent first round draft picks who are in camp and these guys could be in camp for a while, I I've been told that the giant haven't made a decision yet on whether they will do normal roster cuts like they would, because they would often send guys to my early camp two weeks and say Thanks for coming. Hope you enjoyed your experience with the big leaguers. But with no minor league camp, starting until the major leaguers lead town, it could be an opportunity for Luciano Bishop Wilson. All of these guys jelly who you mentioned to stay in camp all spring long sit in the dugout and get some reps where otherwise they might not. Have you seen much of Patrick Bailey even gone back to last spring training. Carrie? Yeah, I thought I saw a lot of him in summer camp last year. Drag. Yeah. Interesting guy. A little different from Jody Farr. Find the place. Also Well, I think he's a little more advanced is a defender coming out of college. And Bart has certainly made strides behind the plate. But Bart was a big power back. Coming out. You always felt like hitting was His biggest asset. Where's Bailey? I think he's a lot more of a two way guy. I think he's more comfortable calling games behind the plate just seems so natural in it stands behind the plate, more flexible, better dexterity and going side to side. And so, Yeah, I wonder if Bailey will hit enough to be a full time catcher in the major leagues. You know that the question got great power showed that off of the alternate site last year, but I think improving his average and his hit tool will be key, whereas for part You know it's the ability to make contact on breaking pitch is the ability to adjust to major league pitching and continue to get comfortable behind the place that we're all gonna be areas of focus for him this spring. All right. So I read this your most ridiculous I gotta go. There's a breaking news experience. And so you're playing kickball. The McCutchen trade goes down. You're playing kickball. You have to move from left to right field. Tell us that story. So two years ago, the McCutchen trade goes down. I'm in North Beach playing an adult kickball league. It's actually a kick. I didn't have enough characters for this. It's a kickball and flip cup league. So afterwards, you go to the bar and you play the other team and slipped up and the mechanics of the cutting trade goes down. I go from left field the right field you have Ah, teammate Holding my phone up and I'm dictating him the story and so the game ends. I've got about four graphs written. We've sent it into the desk and we walk up to the North star, the finest establishment in San Francisco over on town there and we're at the North Star and I'm calling in the story to the desk outside. With, you know, of course, light in the hand and the team trying to get the flip cup game going. It was it was chaos. It was like seven o'clock on a Thursday night. I'm thinking there's really no other moment in time. The Giants could make this trade. This is the one thing that I get to do during baseball, and sure enough His memory serves. The Kerry was their trade not made on August the 31st right up against the deadline. You could have been surprised by it. Well, I think it was S O. The news of the trade broke the night before and the deadline wasn't until, like one o'clock the next day. I think it was Alex Pavel that you have the news. And so you know, I was chasing it down, trying to get confirmation from Bobby Evans. And you know, Meanwhile, we've got a game going on in the playground a game about to start inside, and it's just it was a mess. And so the giant did me no favors there. So you're blaming the fact that you kicked that story? Game of kickball? Did you at least win? Did you hit for the cycle or kick for the cycle? I know your speed being a great high school, Gunnar. I know you could go gap to gap so at least win the game. Of course. So, yeah, we one bolt. I think it was a clean sweep, not only in kickball, the bloodshot as well. Which is important. Yeah, that's a great story because I said, I hearken back to kickball and man kick balls Awesome When the gym teacher said we're playing kickball years like Yeah. Great love The coping 19 has robbed us of so many things but my kickball League my beloved Thursday night kickball the Gnome or in North Beach, and it's killing me. Joe DiMaggio Playground Where legend remains they were you actually play? Wow. It's also Yeah, right on, man. How was it was better kickball or dodgeball? Because kickball and dodgeball are kind of similar when you catch it, and it's the same bowl. Same ball right? Dodgeball was pretty fun. Now come on..

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"last spring" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"last spring" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hesitancy. And wants others to do the same. One of the stories ahead on morning edition right here on KQED, whether ahead plan on a partly sunny day in the Bay Area highs in the upper fifties to around 60 today. Support for NPR comes from Procter and Gamble, maker of a line probiotic daily supplement to support digestive health containing a probiotic strain developed by gastroenterologists with 20 years of research, more Adaline probiotics dot com And C three c three dot ai software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence of enterprise scale solving previously unsolvable business problems. Learn Maurizi three dot ai and the listeners of KQED. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep and under well King. Good morning, the CDC says. Vaccine hesitancy is dropping. That means fewer people are saying they won't take the covert vaccine. And yet some people are still suspicious, including some people you might not expect. Dr Asif Merchant works in a cluster of four nursing homes outside of Boston. He's also an advisor to the governor of Massachusetts. He told me that some of his nursing home colleague Are still hesitant to take the vaccine. Despite everything they've seen since last spring. It was hard. I mean, you know, we were still trying to understand the disease. The transmission what the best practices are. This was all new, and it was almost a learning to fly.

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"last spring" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"last spring" Discussed on KQED Radio

"He says Trump is not immune from the criminal justice system. Is prosecution really possible? It's morning edition from NPR News, keeping you informed KQED FM San Francisco and kick you, e I f ound North Highland Sacramento. The Senate acquitted former President Trump this weekend on charges he incited me insurrection. I'm Steve Inskeep and then Noel King. But he and his supporters in Congress face a different kind of penalty. American companies have sued suspended contracts, stop donations and outright shunned. Politicians who spread lies about election fraud. Coming up how to catch deforestation early and in Russia. Flashlights signal civil disobedience. It's Monday, February, 15. Making the stallion is 26 today, and the news is next. Lie from NPR NEWS. I'm Giles Snyder. People who need health insurance have a new opportunity to enroll in a plan on healthcare. Dot got NPR's Selena Simmons Duffin reports that the Biden administration Is opening up a special and Roman period to make it easier for people to get covered during the pandemic. This is the first special enrollment period on the federal Affordable Care Act insurance marketplace since the pandemic began last spring. Million's have lost their jobs and the insurance they got through their jobs because of the coronavirus recession. But the Trump administration resisted calls to open up healthcare dot got for a special enrollment period last spring. Not every state uses healthcare dot go for. It's a CIA marketplace. But most states that have their own insurance exchanges are following the Biden administration fleet and also allowing people to enroll. The federal Special Enrollment period runs for three months. From February. 15th to May 15th Selena Simmons.

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"last spring" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"last spring" Discussed on KTRH

"New Corona virus Strain is in southeast Texas. I'm Corey Olsen is three o'clock on NewsRadio, 7 40 ktrh traffic and weather together. Here's Katie London. No accidents causing big issues right now we've got a little bit of slow. Go, I Chinese freeway east. It, Greg, with the stolen that left shoulder also gotta wanted block in the right lane. Katy Freeway, he's found the four students. And one of the left lane also eastbound 10 at Taylor. I get to London and the Gulf Coast windows dot com. 24 hour Traffic center Cooler Northwest winds are in and boy it feels like something's changed much cooler tone of the forecast here in the wake of that front, which brought half inch toe, one inch rainfall totals and even some three inch rainfall totals after our Northwest yesterday or high today 57 low tonight, 43. Friday. Partly cloudy 56 will stay in the forties and fifties this weekend. Another round arrange Sunday. Looks like a cold rain for us could be some wintry weather north of US. Meteorologist Scott Larrimore at the Weather Channel 58 now under scattered clouds of the ktrh top tax defenders. 24 hour Weather Center KTRH news time 301 Our top story. The new variant of the coronavirus recently discovered in the UK is now in Harris County County Judge leader Hidalgo says the new strain is believed to be more contagious than the one which caused the pandemic. There's no evidence That on its own, it is more lethal and the sense right now is that it will respond to the current vaccine. Judge Dog Go again blamed Governor Greg Abbott for the ongoing spread, saying that he reopen the state's economy too early last spring. Some local educators, Teachers love an opportunity.

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