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Hunter Biden Reportedly Earned $11M From Foreign Business Deals
"NBC. Analysis of Hunter Biden's hard drive proves $11 million in payments from China. And what are those two stories have to do with one another? You're trying to tell me that NBC would send a bunch of reporters to look through Hunter Biden's laptop to create a negative headline. If Democrats were doing super well right now, remember the entire probe criminally into Hunter Biden is nakedly political for the sole and intended purpose and fact to try to make Joe Biden removable. Now Joe Biden does have an insurance policy. Joe Biden's handlers were very smart in one way. You might say Charlie, what is that insurance policy? The insurance policy is not like the Peter struck stroke smirk or the Lisa page lover from the FBI. None of the insurance policy is that they decided to pick an even more unpopular person to become vice president. Which is if the regime wants to remove Joe Biden assail boy, we got to deal with the that's not good. The Biden team realized that the only thing less popular than Joe Biden. So they got a decision to make, they say, well, at least we can control Biden because hunter did crimes all across the world. NBC News, Hunter Biden's hard drive shows he his firm earned $11 million from 2013 to 2018. This is a common technique that is executed by deep state Democrats against politicians they don't like. Andrew Cuomo fell victim to this, Jesse Jackson junior fell coma to this. Fell victim to this. Rod Blagojevich fell victim to this. It is a common technique, which is to use all of the previously rumored criminal activity of a Democrat, bring it to the surface to try to get that Democrat to heal or to foose. Dog term I used yesterday to obey, and if they become politically un useful, which we just are showing their Joe Biden is so unpopular, you have a means of removing him or a means of making sure that he does not run for office.
Kevin McCullough and Eric Discuss Lis Wiehl's New Book
"And an hour or two. We're talking to Liz wheel, you will remember her. I should say it's Lee's wheel from Fox News and she has written a book about the most, it's unspeakable. The most evil spy in modern history, a spy in plain sight, my friend Kevin McCullough who's going to be my guest for this hour is holding up a copy of the book. Well, Kevin. It's a great book. And Lisa is a great interview on it because her father was an FBI agent for all of her growing up years. And this was really the case that she takes apart in this book was really a fundamental failure of that system. And given what we've seen with current things like the elections in 2020 and so forth, there's some very interesting perspective that I'm sure you'll get out of her. So it should
Miss Kay Robertson Shares a Powerful Story About Her Husband Phil
"Back. I'm talking to miss K Robertson and Lisa Roberts in the book his sister roar and miss K, you just said something. I know you told me this story before, but I can't believe it. You said that your husband Phil, the duck commander, he was so bad, this is it right at the beginning of your marriage, that he threw you and the kids out of the house. He needed some peace because you were nothing but trouble, obviously. Yes, because I was preaching at this at 27. I really, you know, my Jesus and lord of my life. Before I was a small kid, I didn't exactly know what it meant, but I became a Christian, and I just, you know, I tried to suddenly say thanks and not me, but that's what we got. I was being a holy role or something. He didn't like it. So that's when he put us out and I'll never forget it was a rainy night and I had a boat swag and man three little boys piled every time we could get in a Volkswagen and we went to his brother's house and I asked his brother we stay there because feel put us out and he said only one night, only one night you can stay and I was like, okay and then I said, mind if I only one night because I didn't think I'd ever done anything to offend you and he said, hey, it's not you at all. I'm scared to fail. That's what he said. I'm scared of him. So I said, okay, so I can to the present time we live in now and went to the church, the big church that we got to. And I just told him, I said, I need help, you know? And we got in a little apartment, it was paid by what you make. And I already made 250,000 a month. So that's all I had. And me and the boys, we just prayed for him every day, and they got on the bus, probably it's called the pink buses and if you invite the neighbors, like, come, so it really helped my kids with their loss of not having their daddy. But we prayed for him. We prayed for him and then quickly to end this. He came to my work at a lunchtime, and I was coming in from lunch and my girlfriend said, oh no, there's fail and he's lucky he's laying on his steering wheel. She said, what do you think? And I said, I don't know, but I've got to face it and she said, what if what if he's got a gun in his future? I said, well, you've been watching too much. But number two is, you just watch from here and make sure nothing happens to me. So I go out there and he had been crying, and I've never seen Phil cry. You know, big tough man. You know, cry. And so he said, I'm sorry. He said, I love my family. I can't live without my family. And I just can't eat, and I can't sleep, and he said, I want you. I want you back, and I'm sorry about what I did, all those ten years and I said, Bill, this was my heart was going about a hundred miles an hour. And I said, let me tell you something. You can't do it by yourself. You've said a hundred times you were going to quit. And you didn't. And he said, well, I need to talk to somebody, and I said, well, I've got somebody lined up. It was a preacher at the church where I went. And he had this one time in the beer joint. Phil's baby sits your body men there, and he talked to film 5th day. Have you ever been drunk? And I preacher said, yes, I have. He said, but not lightly, and he said, no Phil, not since I come to Jesus.
Miss Kay and Lisa Robertson on Their New Book 'Sister Roar'
"Let's get to it. What is this book and why did your publisher force you to give it the preposterous title sister roar? How much do I love you to have you on this program to talk about a book called sister roar? I just find that funny. Yeah. Well, I'll tell you what. We came up with the name, actually. Because, you know, throughout our life, we feel as though the evil one silences our voice with difficulties with struggles that we have. And so we want every woman to find their voice and to find that roar that they can speak to others about because in struggles, you know, whenever we have victories through those struggles, we need to tell other people about that because like you said, so many people are in the same place that we are without hope. And so our thing with this book is we want to give people hope and we want to tell them, look, we've been there and you just got to find that voice and you got to tell people, give them that
Miss Kay and Lisa Robertson Stand Publicly for Their Faith
"Just, I'm looking for any excuse to talk to the Robertson. So I have them on the program right now, miss K and Lisa, welcome. Thank you. I love being here. I got to tell you something. Yeah. My husband really likes you. Well, can I tell you something? Don't tell your husband, but I love your husband. I have admired him before I ever had the privilege of meeting him. He's one of my heroes and I really love him and I feel honored to think that he's even aware of my existence. So thank you. Well, he is. And I wanted to tell you that because you don't hear that much from Phil. Sorry, the other thing. Wow, that's actually, you know, that means more to me than you might realize. So miss K, thank you. Listen, the reason that I have loved your family from before I got to meet you is because you have always taken a public stand for your faith. And we live in a country where in the mainstream, you don't get to do that very much. So when I heard that there was a family, this way before I knew what duck dynasty was that you were praying at your meals, and I thought, this is nothing but good news for America praised God. I was just absolutely thrilled. And you have been vocal about your faith knowing that there's tons of people in America who are right exactly where you are. So I do have to ask you now just to get clear here. How many miss K, how many kids do you have? Because I feel like I need a chart. I want to be real clear. I don't have four boys, but I have probably raised about 30. Okay, we can't get into
Justice Douglas Manipulated Facts in Griswold v. Connecticut
"But let's continue here with our train of thought So William Douglas justice Douglas decision not only found a right of privacy in penumbras and emanations He had to manipulate the facts in the case In griswold versus Connecticut And so all those people waving around griswold are waving around a lie and they're perfectly happy with doing it Susan Collins Lisa Murkowski among them Estelle griswold was the executive director of Planned Parenthood league of Connecticut And doctor C Lee buxton the group's medical director gave information and prescribed birth control to a married couple Griswold and buxton not the married couple were later convicted and find a $100 each So in other words the couple that use the contraceptives they were charged with anything You're free to use the contraceptives But under Connecticut law it's the people who distributed them They were not allowed to distribute them The relationship issue then was doctor patient not husband wife Yet Douglas framed his opinion around a presumed right to marital privacy It had nothing to do with marital privacy It had to do with who is licensed to sell these products 60 some years ago
Mitt Romney, Susan Collins, & Lisa Murkowski to Support KBJ
"Mitt Romney Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski The three Stooges The three Stooges of the American Republican Party in the Senate have announced that they will vote For the most radical extreme individual to ever be nominated to serve on the court of the United States the Supreme Court From a left wing Marxist perspective She's a promoter of critical race theory She rejects thee Foundational arguments under the Declaration of Independence of natural rights for each and every individual human being This is key That means she rejects Aristotle she rejects Brutus she rejects Cicero she rejects the whole notion that undergirds western civilization she rejects the judeo Christian belief system that doesn't mean she doesn't go to church in silver I'm saying individual natural human rights That's at the core of everything
Mitt Romney, Susan Collins, & Lisa Murkowski Are Three Narcissists
"Mitt Romney voted against her about a year or two ago for the circuit court in Washington D.C. Since then her record has been further exposed as an extreme radical Who has coddled child pornographers and those who use it Coddled them Romney's decided despite the fact that more of this information has been revealed that he is going to vote for her Lisa Murkowski who wants to be reelected to the United States Senate Now we're bringing her Republican opponent on in the primary in the third hour She's announced that she's going to vote for Jackson And of course Susan Collins was the first one out of the box You see ladies and gentlemen these are self righteous narcissists They pretend that they're very thoughtful independent thinkers They're not thinkers at all They positioning themselves constantly Here you have Mitt Romney from the state of Utah who refuses to endorse incumbent senator Mike Lee in his reelection refuses to endorse incumbent senator Mike Lee in his reelection but his endorsing the most radical nominee ever made to the Supreme Court of the United States for a lifetime appointment Despite a record
Mitt Romney's Most Unforgivable Betrayal Yet
"Are rejecting katangi Brown Jackson, Marsha Blackburn, Rick Scott, Ted Cruz, Mike Lee Rand Paul Josh hawley, and credit to Josh hawley for leading the charge on actually uncovering the fact that katangi Brown Jackson has a soft spot for pedophiles. However, do we really have an entire Republican Party? Do we have a complete Republican Party? The answer is of course not. Whenever things are getting critical or crucial, you can count on two senators in particular. One to a lesser extent to betray the promise to their voters. Mitt Romney, Lisa Murkowski, and Susan Collins have voiced their support for katangi Brown Jackson. Now my criticism will be mainly focused on Lisa Murkowski and Mitt Romney. The reason is Susan Collins never pretended to be a conservative. She runs as an outright moderate who will basically vote for the Republican leader in the Senate and the rest she's a wild card. She's an honest, moderate. She doesn't lie to her voters. She doesn't. That's one of the reasons why she's able to win over so many Democrats in Maine. Mitt Romney lies to his voters, and that's who I want to deal with first. Mitt Romney is coming out and saying he's going to support the nomination of katangi Brown, Jackson. He says, in his statement, quote, kanji Brown Jackson is a well qualified journalist, jurist, and a person of honor. Who more than meets the standard of excellence and integrity. Man my support rests on judge Jackson's qualifications, which no one questions. I question. Hello. Would someone ask Willard Mitt Romney? That's his real name, by the way, Willard. Hey, do you think that not being able to tell you what a woman is? Do you think that's normal for a Supreme Court Justice? No one will ask that, of course. He said she demonstrated judicial independence. Oh, is that what we call it now? Leniency towards baby torture is judicial independence.
Republicans Could Have United Against Ketanji Brown Jackson
"I want to pull back the curtain for just a moment because as we talk a little bit about politics and the traitorous Mitt Romney and Lisa Murray Murkowski and Susan Collins, stabbing the Republican Party in the back once more, three useful idiots going full Democrat supporting kittanji Brown Jackson, not really a surprise, I predicted it. I was curious about Lindsey Graham, and I'm glad that senator Graham did the right thing. Had these Republicans stayed unified, they wouldn't have gotten out or out of committee. Now, they could have leapfrogged over the process, but Republicans could have taken a stand, but rhino rhinos do what rhinos do.
Murkowski, Romney back Jackson, all but assure confirmation
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Sen. Collins Backs Ketanji Brown Jackson for Supreme Court
"Some bad news as predictable as the sun rising in the east and setting in the west. You can always count on a rhino to abandon the Republican Party. Breaking now on the Mike Gallagher show, Republican senator Susan Collins of Maine will vote to confirm Biden's Supreme Court nominee ketanji Brown Jackson. She of course will be the first GOP senator to do so, but she won't be the only one. Who's next? What about Lindsey Graham? Think Lindsey Graham will vote yes, there's no, I don't think there's any way. There's no way I've seen Lindsey Graham's interviews on TV. It's impossible. The only problem is he's already voted for. He voted yes to be an appeals judge. Appeals court judge. So perhaps he'll belly up to the bar with Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski and probably Mitt Romney. I don't know who else.
Trump Files Lawsuit Against Clinton, Democrats for Russia Claims
"Donald Trump has filed a bombshell lawsuit against Hillary Clinton. Yes, it's Trump versus Clinton. Not only Clinton as it turns out there are a number of other defendants and anyway, I'm delighted to be with you with my daughter, Danielle de Sue, a guild. She's the author of the book the choice, the abortion divide in America. She's also host of the TV show called counterculture with Danielle de Souza gill which appears on epic TV. Danielle, this is actually I think a lot of fun here and it looks like Trump is giving it to them. Look at all the defendants in this lawsuit. It's Hillary Clinton. It's the Democratic National Committee. It's the Parkinson schooly firm. It's Mark Elias who used to be a partner in that firm, Michael sussman. This is the guy, the democratic operative, who has been indicted by Durham, Jake Sullivan, John Podesta, Christopher Steele, of the Steele dossier, the FBI agent Peter struck and Lisa page, Andrew mccabe. So this is like this is like a menagerie of bad guys.
U.S. Senate Passes $1.5 Trillion Gov't Funding Bill With Ukraine Aid
"So I want to get into a story here that broke late last night. The United States Senate has approved the $1.5 trillion spending bill that expands the power of the IRS and dramatically increases the size and scope of government last evening, but also it sends $13.6 billion to Ukraine. We're going to get into that. Now Senate Republicans voted for this 18 of them voted for it. Senator barrasso from Wyoming, Roy blunt from Missouri. Shelley Moore capito from West Virginia, Susan Collins from Maine, John cornyn from Texas, Joni Ernst from Iowa, Lindsey Graham from South Carolina, chuck grassley from Iowa. Kathy Hyde Smith from Mississippi, Mitch McConnell from Kentucky. Senator Moran from Kansas, Lisa Murkowski from Alaska, rob Portman from Ohio, senator Shelby from Alabama, John thune from South Dakota, Tommy tuberville from Alabama, a senator wicker from Mississippi and senator young from Indiana. Approved Nancy Pelosi's $1.5 trillion omnibus bill. What good are Republicans when we have Republicans doing the work of Democrats? So I want to focus on one part of this, which of course is us spending $13.6 billion to Ukraine. Now, I'm not going to get into whether or not we should send the money. I've already made my position clear on that. I'm going to ask a couple of questions about this. How about leaders thought this through? What does success look like with this sort of funding appropriation? What is an acceptable result? So a rational way of going about spending money, any person that we have here at NRB would ask the question before you spend $13.6 billion before you embark on a mission, you just have to say if it's the right or wrong thing to do, but also weigh the reality of pulling off that task. And the track record associated with the entity or the organization proposing it. So I have a question for all of our listeners that support sending money to Ukraine. Do you have trust in the CIA? Does mark milley and Lloyd Austin give you confidence? Because that's who we just funded. Does giving foreign aid to other countries give you confidence or does it give you skepticism? So just to be clear, these Republicans and a lot of people that are pushing for sending a to Ukraine. And it might be the right choice, by the way. I have said I don't believe it is. I could be corrected, but it's already
Lawmakers Push to Ban Russian Oil Imports, Amid White House Resistance
"Reporting progression all Republicans and the Democrats support holding Russian oil imports to the US lawmakers from both sides of the aisle are calling for the bike did ministration too bad U. S. imports of Russian oil as a further punishment for the invasion of Ukraine Republican senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska this is actually something that can make a difference that can get Putin's attention house speaker Nancy Pelosi agrees I'm all for that band but White House press secretary job sake told reporters Thursday that would raise prices at the gas pump for the American people to which senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia responded for the sake of of human kind this is not right and
Sen. Lindsey Graham Contradicts Himself on Ketanji Brown Jackson
"But here's I hate to make this about senator Graham because I know people get very mad, particularly in South Carolina. Senator Graham's statement said, if the media reports are accurate, and it is brown Jackson. It means the radical left has won President Biden over yet again. No problem with Lindsey Graham's statement is he was only one of three Republicans who voted for Jackson last spring. When she was confirmed to the D.C. circuit court, not a single Republican voted for her, except for Lindsey Graham, Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins. I'm sorry, I don't know how you have it both ways. This is the kind of Republican leadership that mystifies me.
Senators Urge Biden to Add More H-2B Seasonal Worker Visas
"17 Republicans just signed a letter to Joe Biden. I'm reading from breitbart dot com demanding saying we need more foreign workers. So there are 12 million Americans out of work, there's 35 to 40 million members of my generation that are underemployed. Let me say that again. They are underemployed. So you're not even looking at unemployment. Let's talk about underemployment. Now, what is underemployment? Well, it's someone that went to Wichita state university, and they got a degree in Central American migratory bird studies. And they're working as a barista or they're working as some sort of social media manager, but they are clearly underemployed. But don't worry, Senate Republicans are on the job. Senate Republicans believe that while Biden is trying to bring more people into the country, they want to help them do that. Senators asked Biden to speed up the process, so employers could get more foreign workers into blue collar American jobs. So while we have inflation and while things are more expensive, they want to bring in more foreign workers so that you could depress wages. So prices are going up, so let's try to get our own carpenters and plumbers disenfranchised from ever being able to have meaningful work. Why are they doing this? Well, the 17 Republicans who signed the letter, and I respect some of these people, and I philosophically see where Rand Paul is coming from on this. I totally disagree with him. He's more libertarian when it comes to immigration. I am not. But some of these other people, Kevin Kramer, Mike rounds Lindsey Graham, James rish, Lisa Murkowski, Roy blunt, Cynthia lummis, John cornyn, Mike crapo, John thune, Susan Collins pat toomey, roger wicker, Jerry Moran, Rand Paul, who I'm going to exempt Rand Paul because he's been so amazing on Fauci and honestly, he's a friend of mine, and he's just been awesome on many other things. John barrasso and Tim Scott, but they sign it alongside 17 Democrats. And it says, quote, The White House and congressional Democrats, that's a separate quote. This is from RJ hauman from the federation for American immigration reform, saying quote, Republicans say they're great on the illegal front due to the border crisis, but why not also oppose programs that a rife with abuse displace American workers and depressed wages, of course they do.
Jury to be seated for hate crimes trial in Arbery killing
"Juries been seated in the federal hate crimes trial in Georgia for three men already convicted of killing a mod armory in twenty twenty first thing in the morning federal judge Lisa god be would seeded twelve jurors and four alternates selected from a pool of sixty four people who were judged qualified to serve as impartial jurors last week dozens more had been questioned about the black man's killing as he ran through a neighborhood and their views on racism in America one man told to return to court today told the judge he only knew that this was a high profile case and might have a related video another woman who didn't know the story vowed she could be impartial Greg and Travis make Michael and neighbor William Roddy Brian entered not guilty pleas in this federal civil rights trial after their plea deal offer was rejected by the judge I am Jackie Quinn
"lisa g" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"Need to get involved. Yes, we all work hard. But if you're getting off work and going on and sitting on the couch and watching filth on the television and watching your sporting events, you are wasting your time and you're accelerating. You are allowing accelerated invasion of your country to happen. And you may not see it in your lifetime, but your children will. And the children right now are already seeing this filth. Invade education system. And if you haven't looked at Charlotte eyes a bit, AS ER by T is an early guest on my show. Appointed by Reagan to be a lead adviser in the Department of Education. There's an interesting connection to her and Anthony Sutton. Her father was a Yale graduate. You have to. This was back in the 80s. This was back in the 80s she saw this happening. Change in curriculum that sort of thing. And now it's really, really accelerated. And I think in large part because Americans are waking up to this invasion. They are realizing the country has been invaded. Brigadier general, Robert spalding, PhD, he and the country's been invaded by salt enemy. What is that stuffed enemy? And I think this episode here with Lisa, so critical because she's named it right there. She has named it. You've got castle. You've got common core? Both lead back to UNESCO in the United Nations. So then folks. Does the united look the United Nations? Do you know any nations did not exist in 1776? Did it? I commit I ask you, please..
"lisa g" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"Is. That's a that's just side by most people ain't got problems that's autumn that's Say right there so wait you said you were pregnant otani. Her right manage time will win like i. I knew not. I saw my way. Give light man. Women are super zoom. Ran like that should really is. You don't really know until you situation but the childbearing thing in in just you know. Isn't that mental toughness though. I think that's the thing that drives us for the moms that return. I think about Allyson felix serena williams. You know were you just. It is what we've done so much of our more of our whole life. We've been playing our sport in at the top of your sport is really hard to stop in. Think like you're done because you're pregnant is like oh yeah. No other women have gone through this. I'm not the first mom like let's figure this out. We don't have this baby and nursing nursing under locker room you you know you've got a really is the thing that we go through so much in our bodies went through so much but the leverett a gaming Figure find a way to get back out there. We just we just got up to the dunkin. Kobe go to the hall of fame. How was your holiday fame experience when you got the call. You when the spurs were you flew. May i i was there so it was great to see Kobe Going into the whole thing as well k. g. was outstanding. Tim duncan and all all those men and women bigly cheese. Who else was in there. There was a the coach can. Mochi catch was amazing so anyway was so great. I'm so happy to be a part of that whole family of hall of famers. In to be really honest. I never even knew anything about the hall of fame. It was never anything on my radar at all When i retire. They're like you know it takes five years. In five years you get to be inducted. Bid on all the awards adding really get it Until you really go there and you see like hang out like this. It was major. And i was really thankful you know probably hardest things. What are you wearing but each school. You know i. I just said a speech that it was titled. I didn't get here. I didn't get your by myself. Is you know how to get along. It was just so many people my mom my sister gosh. My husband is the whole process. All my teammates. I've had some amazing teams. That has an amazing coaches and so to be inducted into the holiday. I know it's an individual reward but it really is. You can't get there without all the amazing people who support you. So i really give homage to everybody coaches in all other hall of famers said When they get in they really realize is kinda hit. Them is like they rewind from the first time. They grabbed the ball from our coaches teammates. All the way back to this point with it like kind parents for you like you. Just just go back to banda early days. All the way to so now the ups and downs. Yes i think. The biggest thing i think about is a my homegirl. Shea shaves her name. Says we play ball. I went to junior high compton and My first time going actually. I wasn't even abolish so listen. I played double dutch every day. And i was in drill team so i was like shaking dancing in the streets and jumping double that seven seven grade. I go and i'm like six. This is ridiculous because my daughter is six months she thirteen. I was six foot at twelve. So i go into middle school. Yeah was up. They're always going to middle school. An ear shea. You everybody calling shane. I'm like tangles shea. Like evaded hurt me like shea shea on the basketball team i'm like okay. Dad moment for me. Although god was pay attention. What but i'm like. Dan ought to be like saying like everybody basketball. No saying the guys the man. I was like man i wanna be. I wanna be that right. But between that in e saying i want to be the go to person. I want people to ball when the basket i seek its planet but it's just. It was shade for me so shared houses day and shay was such a nice girl like she was she was a baller like she was but she was kinda played. Like Do you think about. She was kind of like a person who you think. Kind of like a a strong carmelo. Anthony like like in the way she got buckets from everywhere. Six blocks your rebound. Yeah girl sears. Amazing but just seeing her was like i want to. I want people to know my name. I won't be able to be like who is that. There is like funny like that man. zoom you. This is the one of sophie's back as it is imagine. That's the big three coach of the year shelf. Like tell me how that experience. Because i as you know we played against doc. I played in the league and co's lieberman nasty while loved. Death was my coach. Seems the i wanna do you. Coaching men and women. No we'd love caused the minute. I was extremely proud to be part of that team. Is she coast in the help her be when a championship and of the house. Your experience coaching joan. All of those guys are already know kind of what you say. But it was great. It was great. The experience was great. You know again. I learned a lot Because i had never really been a coach right. I mean like i'm just trying to think i hadn't really coached before maybe a little bit a few times here and there but nothing like this right but i realize it few things as a coach have to be a good listener. You know you can't come in like your dictator but you also have to be competent. Which is very important. I'm a student of the game. I love the game. I understand game. I see the game. I see things before it happens. You know the same way in the hooper does a so for me. It was like what. Can i do to help my team win and is really just about bringing that edge right the edge of every player that we're about the face i'm going to watch and scout of digger with they like to do and getting my players that edge and then the other thing was about our plays execution of what we're doing and so it was a lot of fun i love every minute of it. I think i challenged you know my is to really step up in to be available. Be ready be ready for change. And i challenged them and i think i challenged him in a way where they were kind of like. You know filling the out a little bit. I but leadership was important. I think i heard their respect Joe obviously has the leader in a captain the gm of the team. I had jim rats which was great. My guys loving. Jim and you know like i told him. Don't don't have do it if you will do right. Let's not do it at all. Don't put my name on it. Because if i could play i would play. You know what i'm saying like that's just how passionate i am about it and i'm gonna approach it the way that i would as a player i'm gonna give you my all so my all is somehow i coach my scouting. My you know just that little edge that you need to be better in common place. So i think the biggest place that we had Some friction one was losing when we lost to your team. I didn't know because i was out. I lost in our only loss but when we loss at didn't realize as a coach like losing feels like you played. You know what i mean. I was just a whole week. My family was like i'm hot like last. Jbc now and i didn't know that so And i didn't like that but it was cool. Low key a little disrespect for you know in the win. So that was about that. You know like okay. They didn't even get our hands. I that was real real real reuss. I'm like okay. We need to see that scene again. That's for sure. But at the same time i i loved it i love the fans. I love the process. I loved all the competition. I love the games. man. I wasn't i was so into it. That's how i became a coach. Actually i sat next to cuban came to watch you guys like the year before he came to my indian and i was there i was over there. Coaching men take a roll cut to the basket. Acute was leg looking right. Like that's not how you can do that. You know so. I was just talking to us because i like the fact that we have jobs and talk about basketball and get paid is ridiculous. It'd be doing anyway so it was kind of like it was sweet. It was a poetic for us to win a championship again. Ansi who loves you know..
"lisa g" Discussed on Revision Path
"A deposit in you know what it's good advice don't work for free. Don't give your work away but however at the same time like currently there's a project that i'm working on and It's a newly created nonprofit organization. And it's a school. They're teaching kids with disabilities. How to like do automotive in carpentry and stuff like that so i think it's okay to do a pro bono project every once in a while for a good cause it means something to you. What is it that you're obsessed with these days sleep. I see. I thought you were going to say the dog. Okay no sleep. Is i mean look sleep sleep. I think is great. Don't get me wrong. I'm probably gonna take a nap after this interview asleep. I totally totally understand that. Actually my My dodd i'm not obsessed him but he is my inspiration. There's this quote that says to grow creatively. You must give yourself time to play so my dog is my hobby. He's smart play it. It's humorous dog photography and it's kinda my inspiration and canada way to get away from things and have some fun now. Speaking of of having fun. There's one thing that you had shared me before we recorded that. I have to bring it up because i think it's just so you are a house. Music backup singer once upon a time in another lifetime in another laptop. Please tell me about that. Because i use center youtube video and i can put it in. The people want to check it out but like i notice. It was like frankie knuckles production. i have to. How did this happen. Jagna that i actually. I was dating jamie principle will at the time and was right on it right out of highschool so hurry. The curry state college era And so he needed a backup singer and you know at the time. Was you know making music actually out of home and we went to the studio in a did my partner. At that time there was no sampling. So that part that you hear. I'm saying over and over. I had to say at perfectly yet so time was a lot of fun. It was a lot of fun we performed in chicago. Clubs to new york and performed was a whole another life. Now where are you just on this one record or did you do others just that one. Okay i mean that's that's quite a claim to fame though that's really really cool. Is there anything that you would like to do in your career that you haven't done yet actually wanna do a kind of a pivot. I guess this would be kind of a a career slash hobby thing. But i would love to get into. A newborn for taxi is kinda my hobby and i just absolutely love newborn photography. So i'm kinda working on really perfecting my craft in that and that's something that i see myself doing somewhere down the road. Do you feel creatively satisfied. Now i do. I do actually actually love what you absolutely love. Campaigns the ad campaigns and i'm working on currently in doing some really exciting projects with a chicago. Pr from yes. I i love what i do. Now after i mean i know you've had a storied history as a designer both with your studio as well as the physical design work with visual merchandising. But when you look back over all of this especially with being in the game as long as you have what's next like where do you see yourself in the next five years. What kind of work do you want to be doing. I think. I want to focus more on like i said i love the atkin paying. I'm not sure if i'll get away from nonprofits right now. I'm working on some things with the chicago department of public health in on. We're also creating a food bank app so on a do more things like that it's advocacy but not so much nonprofit like you said earlier dec- stuff come to light and see it of plastered. All over the places really exciting. I wanna get more into that. Well lisa just to kind of wrap things up here. Where can our audience find out more about you about your work. Everything online website is lisa. Cain design that's elliott say see a. n. design or an instagram. At least a cane design. Right sounds good while lisa kane. I wanna thank you so much so so much for coming on the show i you know and i reached out to you initially. I really wanted to have you on to talk about. Just the fact that you've had your studio for twenty years in the work that you've done because i think that's something that's so rare that we really hear about from black women. I'm gonna if. I mentioned this. When i when i initially reached out to you but i saw you in a i think it was a graphic design. Usa like to watch for one year. And i was like. I put your name down on my outreach. Like i'm gonna get around back. I'm gonna come back. Lisa one day and i'm glad now to be able to to do so and to talk with you and learn more about your course. Share your story of how you have come up in the design industry throughout the years. I think it's really inspiring and hopefully people that are listen. They get something out of this to know that they can do their. You know they can sort of accomplish their dreams and design like you have so.
"lisa g" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Air coming to that wreck. Playing that funky disco. Wendy was was that really. The first print song that you ever heard was the very first print song i ever heard. I was underage at nightclub in l. A. called the starwood which is infamous in. Its own right. It had a rock and roll room and then it had a discussion room. And this is nineteen summer of seventy eight and i was underage was probably between the was thirteen or fourteen and my sister and i went to. This club. snuck out of the house. Sh- sorry dad. Sorry mom and i was on the disco floor baby and the dj put that record on. And i was completely mess and mind you. I will always a funky kid. I loved everything that was funky. I loved everything that was soulful. My favorite records. Were all the deepest darkest of all the funk records in the seventies. And then. I wanted to be john mclaughlin from havana. Sh- new so. I was a complicated. Listen wait what were the what. What were you like listening to like mandrell or something. Sure i listened to manual. Yes of course it did. I also listened to most thirteen thirteen-year-old deep. I was deep. You can't i mean my friend. Q tip and i send records back to each other to see whether or not we can stump each other with that era and we he can't stump me. He can't stop me he just can't good yeah so So by that time. I was on the dance floor and i was. I heard that record. I ran up to the dj. Knows like oh my god. Who is that girl. I thought it was a girl i did and he said no. It's not a girl. It's young kid named prince and that be started my love affair. I was completely obsessed with him. And then when i found out lisa had gotten that gig on the dirty mind record and she really didn't know who he was an. I got wind of it back eastward. I was going to school. And i was like. Does she have any idea who she just got a gig with. And then i came back to l. a. one summer and went to the coleman's house and lisa was back from minnesota just from her audition and put on the cassette of dirty mind. And i heard. Lisa's say i'm just a virgin. And i'm on my way to be wed and i lost my mind. I couldn't believe i couldn't believe it. I couldn't talk to. Because i i didn't know prints i i didn't know his music was really. You know kind of a snob. I think when i think about it i was heavy into classical and was really focused on that and then all of a sudden ended up in prince's bannon's it seemed like a real. It was cognitive dissonance. You know what but she was. It was it was perfect prince happened. Yeah tell and prince happened. That's exactly right and then that happened. Yeah and he. He adored her. Because you know he could kinda do everybody. And everybody's position and ban. He could outdo you. You know what i mean. He couldn't do. Lisa tried for years and years to do to be lisa to do to channel her when he'd play piano and he could never do it. And so he kind of away think coveted the fact that She was so singular and Such a singular voice musically and. I think it's probably one of the more important musical relationship he's ever had because of that. I mean when i think of dirty mind. Which is maybe my favorite prints record. Certainly one of my favorite records of all time. Same here like yeah. I mean you know when you when you talk about like prince just a couple years earlier you think like this is a person capable of immense greatness and then you listen to dirty mind and you're like oh wow this says not light up the entire is not and it's it's. It's only thirty two minutes long. And it's it's so groundbreaking. Every time i talk to people about prince and they're like wanna know what. Do a deep dive. I say you. You have to listen to dirty mind. I mean that's where he was the most sweaty dirty uncomfortable yet convicted and dark and yet sexy and playful and manipulative and smart and what he was doing with sounds by trying to take that new wave era and put it into a funk environment to try and outdo like the rick james of the world's and the zaps of the world and all that kind of he was it was everything it was and then he looked like this weird like transgender check. He looked like a guinea like he could have been in. You know Paris is burning. I mean just what the only other person that had done anything. That was david bowie. But he didn't. David wasn't even that person off off the microphone. He became like a really kind straight guy. Prince was that guy off. The sound of dirty mind is is what i think of the most in a lot of that sound is keyboards. So where did all those sounds come from when you first started with prince and you're like walking in cold Into this weird situation like where did all that stuff come from. He was really specific with that stuff. He would most often already have a sound picked out and he would just point me to it and say here play this play the sound and and he was not afraid of presets back then and you know they were still new. You know you'd get an arp omni or something and had you know three buttons that you could choose you know censored since string or just string like wow. This is the magic combination right. This prince was just turn everything up just like his philosophy was pin. It pin the meters to spin it. Just anything in life you know.
"lisa g" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"My dad on the organ. That's the best. That was the part like listening to it. Like obviously i've heard that's life twenty five thousand times at the grocery store but i did not remember that it opened with that organ so if you think about that oregon town on that hammond. Think about good vibrations. My father did the oregon on that as well so it sounds the exact same tone. Yeah i mean that sound quality were honestly reminded me of soul records. More than it. Right fisher fisher. Did the two of you think that the records that your dad's worked on were cool or worries you got. I thought i always thought. Lisa's father got the cooler gigs. Like he got to play on the steely dan records. And all that stuff and my father didn't wasn't the call the keyboard player for those sessions. It was like other bodecker. Mike lang or there's a handful other keyboard players that were called in for those gigs. My dad got a lot of the straighter. Big band tvs while they both got tons of orchestra dates on tv and film. You know all the jerry goldsmith sessions and the elmer bernstein sessions at newman stage. You know sony studios and so But i always thought. Gary got cooler gigs. But my father played on a million many plate with tom waits and bette midler and streisand. I mean just. This list is massive. My father came out of the kitchen. One day i went to go visit a mrs right before he passed away and he was in his kitchen and he goes he used to call me. Dolly mode dolly. Got a printout of some of the stuff that i've played on in my career. And he drops the scroll like. It's a warner brothers cartoons and it goes late my the entire kitchen and it's all typed in like triple columns of all the artists. He's played with over the years. I wish i had that list. I don't know where it went but it was astonishing was astonishing. Yeah no one who. They don't remember like. I'll ask my dad about you know. Do you remember that sessions. He has no idea. He doesn't remember anything he my he did so many things and you know. I don't know things were crazy back then anyway. So the two of you grew up together and also ended up Essentially maybe literally. I'm not sure married for a really long time. Did you help each other realize that you work when you were kids in adolescence for me. Yes that's wendy speaking. Yeah i was sixteen years old and you know it was already very weird for the lisa and i because we grew up together but then we spent a couple years apart. I went back east to go finish a couple years of school. And while i was gone. I didn't see the coleman's so leeson. I grew into young women and by that time i was questioning my sexuality at that very young age thirteen fourteen fifteen and then came back and saw lisa one summer after she had done had been away doing the dirty mind record with prince and it just was. You know it's cheese ball as it is. We fell in love with each other. You know it was kind of funny. Because i'm older and i just didn't expect that little meddling with b. b. now. I suddenly look at her differently. Because i was more a like best friends with her brother. Her older brother. 'cause we were all similar in age. And you know it was like the twins were a two headed monster that you know it was like the our little little sisters so it was kind of funny when after those few years we spent a part and she came back to la and We are like a hello and that lasted for you. Know twenty years. I mean still. Yeah i mean we were for twenty years and realize that the couple part romantically wasn't our thing but we were able to miraculously hang onto the parts that do work so well in that s as partners in music and in just downright is dorkiest to say this thing called life but we have partners you know independent of each other romantically and we have children by different people. And but we've you know this. This relationship has lasted even workwise forty years. Even more with wendy. And lisa's still to come stay with us. It's bullseye for maximum fund dot org and npr. This message comes from npr sponsor. Discover- discover matches all the cash. Back you earn on your credit card at the end of your first year automatically with no limit on how much you can earn. It's amazing because of all the places where discovery is accepted ninety nine percent of places in the us that take credit cards so when it comes to discover get used to hearing yes more often learn more at discover dot com slash match 2021 nelson report limitations apply. Welcome back fireside chat on kate. Eight six with me in studio to take your calls is the dope on the west coast over wong and morgan roads. The way ahead color. I'm looking for music podcasts. And fife and thought but like most helped me discover art outfit. I've never heard of to listen to hate rocks every leaf myself and morgan road than my co-host oliver. Wong talk to influential guests about a canonical album. That has changed beleives guess like moby open. Mike eagle talk about albums by prince joni and so much more. What's this show called again. He ranks deep dives into hot records every thursday on maximum fund. Welcome back to bullseye. I'm jesse foreign. My guests are wendy and lisa. Their longtime musical duo who have been writing and performing together for almost forty years. They were members of prince's revolution and help prince record some of his greatest hits. They've also written and recorded albums on their own together and they have an emmy for their work in tv and film. Their latest project is a dramatic thriller called cruel summer. It just debuted on free form. Let's get back into our conversation. I wanna play a print song that neither of you played on. And i think when i play it At least wendy. You'll know why. I chose this song to play. It's from his nineteen seventy eight album for you The the debut.
"lisa g" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Support for npr and the following message. Come from feather furniture. And so that makes any floor plan feel like home get comfy curated furniture for as long as you need visit live feathered dot com and use promo code. Npr two hundred at checkout feather furniture. Magic is here bullseye. with jesse. Thorn is a production of maximum fund. Dot org in is distributed by npr. It's bullseye i'm just wendy. Melvoin and lisa were born in the sixties. They grew up here in los angeles where we make bullseye. Wendy's father mike. Melvoin was a session musician. Mainly on piano in organ. Lisa's father garry was also a session musician. He played percussion. They were members of the legendary. They played on everything. Wendy and lisa went to each other's birthday parties catch in their early twenties the to started dating also around that time. Lisa started playing keys and singing with prince. You can near her work on prince's breakthrough album dirty. Mind ahead not long after that. Wendy joined on guitar soon. They were integral members of prince's band. The revolution together did stone cold classics like purple rain. Raspberry kiss when doves cry magic game mom gave you..
"lisa g" Discussed on thebuzzr pod
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"lisa g" Discussed on 710 WOR
"In the hopes of striking out this virus. Lisa G. Has more officials are hoping to use Yankee Stadium as a mask over 19 vaccination site. Governor Cuomo says it's to give communities of color access to the shop. You cannot Play baseball when you come But you can come to Yankee Stadium, Cuomo said. It will be run by so most community care and overseen by the New York National Guard. The Yankee said they were honored to participate, and the governor reminds everyone to stay off the grass once they arrive, no date yet on when it will open. I'm Lisa G. W. O R news. Also, Broadway theaters are willing to get into the act. Theater League executives wrote a letter to President Biden, saying they want to become vaccination sites and are anxious to do their part. Connecticut governor Ned Lamont says he needs to know how many vaccines are on the way in order to have a successful vaccination. Roll out. What's most abort right now for the Biden administration is give us some transparency. Let us know what can expect next week. What we can expect next month on CBS's face the nation, the Democratic governor added. Teachers will be in an early group to get vaccines, he said. They're already a priority group when it comes to testing for the virus, a top health expert at the University of Minnesota is urging a course correction in the Corona virus vaccine distribution strategy. Dr. Michael Foster home tells NBC's Meet the press. It's critical to get the first dose in as many people 65 over. It's possible. Dr Osterholm said He's worried about a surgeon infections in 6 to 14 weeks, he warned. If that happens, we'll be dealing with the situation We have never dealt with before the U. S accounts for more than a quarter of the world's Cove in 19 cases, more than 26 million Americans have had confirmed or suspected cases of the disease since the global pandemic began. And finally, a French village is receiving an Austrian man's fortune as a thank you for hiding his family during World War two. The village in southeast France is where the man and his parents had to escape the Nazis. The man, a doctor died in December. He was 90 officials would only confirm that it was a large sum of money to be used for schools and scholarships In sports. MBA action, the Knicks lost to the Clippers won 29.
"lisa g" Discussed on 710 WOR
"With plans to sell air rights for new high rise towers. I'm Lisa G. W Our news and weather forecast coming up next Battles aren't one solely on the field. That's a common misconception. Battles are won within over enemies of fear. Enemies of doubt in that place where promises are kept Promises to oneself is a physical training back promises to one's community. Healthy people lose Brianna promises to one's country. In the heart of every marine, you'll find a promise. A promise forever kept a promise of battles won It doesn't take a brain surgeon to know Tic suck. But what you might not know is that they don't just suck blood way out in the woods. Those creepy little bugs can be anywhere all year long. And I do mean little they can be smaller than the head of a pin. But big trouble comes in these small gross packages. Even a tiny tick can make you super sick. So what's the most important tip to avoid getting bit?.
"lisa g" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Good evening. I'm Steve Greenfield. Governor. Murphy is denouncing the Ryan of the U. S Capitol last week, where a native of New Jersey was killed. Lisa G. Reports of Inner Murphy said photos of the crowd show neo Nazi and other symbols of anti Semitism, which unfortunately He says, is alive and well in New Jersey and in this country to anyone who has not spoken out yet against this insurrection last week, this is who your silence is enabling South River native U. S. Capitol police officer Brian Sick. Nick was killed during the riot, and Murphy says flags will remain at half staff until he is laid to rest, Murphy added. Brian will always be in New Jersey, and I'm Lisa G W awardees New Yorkers, meanwhile, signing up in droves to get the Corona virus vaccine on his first day And officers, firefighters, educators and those over 75 became eligible, Mayor de Blasio says So far more than 50,000 appointments have been made through Saturday, and today's overnight appointments of both 24 7 sites are booked solid. This is a week when we start to turn the tide against the Corona virus, because we have now the freedom to vaccinate We have sites all over the city. You get appointment online. You get employment by phone, all vaccine shots or by appointment only, and officials say Once you get a dose, you'll be given a date to come back for your second shot The mayor ads. The goal this week is to hand out 175,000 shots, he says. The city is going into pace where it's going to run out within a few weeks, though, if the dose supply isn't ramped up. House Democrats moving forward with an article of impeachment, accusing President Trump of incitement of insurrection and considering impeaching him a second time, which would be a first for any president. Investigators looking at a lot of video from last Wednesday's breach of the Capitol building, and here's a B C's Mary Bruce, with her report calls for accountability is the horror.
"lisa g" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast
"We believe that there are a lot of players who likes this ogies or like the general feeling of thanks. Lisa g is like all the different kumble's that come up and Having this really focused duel against another player and thinking on your feet to outsmart them and We generally try to capture. That's also in an hour game So i guess cease jeep players. That are kind of a little bit. Disgruntled are definitely one one target audience. We are going for because that's like also how we got to making the game And yet we kind of also build it for ourselves and In that way also for for other players with similar thoughts. I don't think we're really Speaking to the traditional body game or game crowd s much. We have this Economic aspect of things so that might Get some interest from that side as well but Really overall we're more focused on the on the dual aspect and Yet try to gather interest from that Audience also with the deck building game star. realms is also similar mindset that you have going into the game and We also try to capture that mindset without also repeating the things we didn't like about these other games. Yeah diabled say am all-time audience Different to classical. Cg's because obviously the stick building and kaas holding aspect is missing. So i would. Does this kind of a. yeah. I would say the creative aspect more of the game and so allow target audience. I would say a little bit more competitive. More focused on decision making and not so much on a bidding Expressing their creativity with the kind of dex they build. Whatever so. I will say this difference because you build up your stuff. Doing the game was really addicted. Liberty put all the things openly on the bought. So you don't have so much to gamble off will your deck interact with it self and more the gamble off you place. opponent match that with pass and.
"lisa g" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"The Mona Lisa is perhaps the greatest painting by Leonardo. Da Vinci there only about fifteen paintings by Leonardo which still exists and there are debates as to the authenticity of several of them. The Mona Lisa however is unquestionably a Leonardo. Painting is of a noblewoman from. Florence named Lisa G Condo. The, Term Mona Lisa just means the lady Lisa in Italian it is only known as the Mona Lisa an English Italian. It's known as Lodge Kanda and in French. It's La Joe conned. Painting itself is an oil painting on poplar wood panels. Leonardo worked on the painting for years taking it with him in the last years of his life when he went to work in the court of King Francis, the first in France is estimated that it was painted between fifteen three fifteen o six, but there are estimates that he may have worked on it as long as fifteen seventeen. Image is one of the best examples of his motto technique, which consists of very small brushstrokes to create very soft transitions between colors without any harsh lines. It is undeniably his masterpiece. The Mona Lisa became the possession of King Francis upon the death of Leonardo and stayed in the palace Fontham blue under the possession of the French crown until the French revolution of seventeen ninety seven when it was placed on display in the loop. It remains there Intel today for a brief period where it was hung in the bedroom of Napoleon. All of these things make the Mona Lisa very significant, painting an important painting, an interesting painting, but it doesn't explain why. A portrait of an otherwise unknown woman from Italy is the most famous painting in the world to understand that we need to fast forward to August twenty first nine hundred eleven on that day, the Mona Lisa disappeared. Literally just vanished. He was hanging on the wall with several other paintings, and no one even noticed it was gone until the next day when it was discovered missing by the painter Louis Barada. There is a great deal of confusion. At first, the museum thought that the painting might have been taken to get photographed eventually. They realized that the painting had in fact been stolen, and the blame was I pointed in the direction of modern arts. The first person taken into custody was the French poet. Yoma apollinaire was a vocal critic of Classic Art. He was held for about a week and then pointed the finger at his friend Pablo. Picasso eventually, both men were exonerated of the crime. All the borders France were put on alert and everyone going out of the country had their belongings search ships were prevented from leaving port until the vessels were searched for the painting the day after the theft, it was headline news around the world papers in Sao Paulo New York London Washington report the news in Paris. The papers expressed outrage at the loss of a national treasure. The French magazine illustration wrote what audacious criminal. What Mr Fire What Mana collector. What insane lover has committed this abduction. They offered a reward of forty thousand francs, which works out to a bit under A. A thousand dollars today their competitor, the Paris Journal then up the reward fifty thousand francs in the weeks after the theft conspiracy theories as to who might have stolen it became popular pastimes in the.
"lisa g" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"IGAD winner announced that his upcoming album will be titled bigger love which is set to drop June nineteenth legend also premiered the music video for the title track during the most recent episode of the voice Disney says its big budget Broadway musical frozen will not be back on the great white way one Broadway finally opens back up the show which opened in twenty eighteen had been taking in close to two million dollars a week it's the biggest show so far to say it would not return earlier this week the Broadway league confirm that theaters will remain dark until at least Labor Day but many producers believe shows may not come back to life at all that's entertainment Lisa G. MEZ a news radio show accomplishment that report is missing it's gone proved it's out out we can't find it so in regard to a lot of FISA things yes I think there's more shoes to drop and I think they'll be prosecution is the president part of these discussions in these negotiations I don't I don't have any idea what the president does he said that the house is on vacation you know what the waste your time or mine but he says okay it is one hundred seventy four days until from coast to coast from order to order two shiny the I was urging my former.
"lisa g" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"With the special gas it's a curve ball for me so I'm typing in a manner what I want to say the least guys learn yes am I saying that correctly you can also say Lisa G. Lisa Gee I live from lactic elegance catering all right I'm excited because it's a great story here with mark Whistler at the goods Lisa Gee she's helping out small businesses it's a mutually benefitting relationship it's all about hyper local and helping out the local food scene yeah totally and and that's that's what you guys are about so that's you know its and that that's why we love you so much you guys are amazing and that's I think you know what why this partnership was so great so I actually met Lisa and her husband came into the restaurant one night and we we chatted for a little while and this was like a catering company and was like well I'm sure your catering menu and we started talking from there and we kind of put together this a little bit of a new partnership so the lease is really amazing and I think it would be awesome for to talk about her company that clitic elegance for a few moments in Lisa's been in business for quite a while but I think you know in just a at the end of the day what we were just talking about the bottom line is I think that given the minimum wage hikes and especially what's coming not only this year but next year and the year after a lot of restaurants gonna have to find a new way to kind of diversify their revenue streams for us this is a it's definitely I think it's a good add on and it complements the restaurant because we also have found a a catering partner who is really amazing and kind of has the same I think harden mindset that we do that we support our community and that we you know we we really care about the business.
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"Or to a charitable organization I'm Lisa G. W. O. R. news sports and weather are up next W. O. R. news time eight oh three hi I'm Brian Scudamore from one eight hundred got junk you only brought to live in these two can do anything are you saying those online reviews are real pointed something you wish would disappear ma'am well I'd like to see that on online reviews we all what are you doing now junk always leaves a foot print so I'm sweeping up the spot where it was wow our goal is to bring the spring time and give you more space for a living I could use some extra space right here here yeah that was you see all you have to do is point you are here less than ninety minutes and we work until midnight seven days a week well now I have a new problem if I write an online review and tell the truth about what just happened no one's going to believe me welcome to our world ma'am when you want just disappear all you have to do is call one eight hundred got junk or visit one eight hundred got junk dot com in sports in Ohio you State University football player from Brooklyn is pleading not guilty to rape and kidnapping charges twenty one year old Jason went went to high school at a residence hall in Flatbush where he also played football both he and twenty one year old Amir reaper cues of attacking a woman and holding her against her will and a Columbus apartment back on February the fourth here's your W. one more weather channel forecast a little rainy still this evening but a quick clearing out and colder weather for the end of the week warming up this weekend we'll see gradual clearing trend tonight rain is going to end lows down to twenty nine sunshine colder breezy on Valentine's day for Friday high in the lower thirties partly sunny low thirty Saturday Sunday and partly sunny with a high in the upper forties I'm meteorologist parts of it from the weather channel on seven ten W. what while your next update at nine o'clock breaking news at once start your day with Len Berman and Michael real in the mornings six until ten week days I'm Liz Warner on seven ten W. O. R. and NBC news radio station one thousand dollars could be as easy as sending one tax W. O. R. K. hand now the nation wide key word change to two hundred two hundred you'll get a confirmation text and info standard data and messaging rates apply in this nationwide contest that change to hundred two hundred good luck from seven ten W. O. R. brought to you by a comfortable way on Broadway this will come together come from all the way Broadway musical based on the remarkable true story get tickets now to this Tony Award winning sensation comfortable with receipts from ninety nine dollars this is a report today's land Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning catch them live tomorrow morning six till ten seven ten W. O. R. Gallup polling shows sixty one percent of Americans feel that they are better off three years into Donald trump's presidency than they were when Barack Obama was present and that tells me this president is on his way to re electrodynamic or a bomb it was really low like only you don't know what the twenty five percent and even though Obama wicked at Obama was a stagnant present okay we have a stagnant economy under Obama because of all the regulations he slept on thing ice trump has released the economy from all those ridiculous liberal regulations and it's a rip roaring sixty one percent of Americans feel the better off unemployment the lowest it has been in years it was really it was fifty on their own bomb and yet still you won't you won't accept the fact that this president is doing great things for the economy will you I think that augurs very well for him fifty one percent under Obama's also was twenty five you just make stuff up sixty one percent is better than fifty one percent is better and I think it does augur well for him absolutely people really feel that way that he will get reelected he will be reelected no not my work if if they think that that makes.
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"Afternoon I'm Lisa G. a horrible accident this morning in kips bay a thirty year old man was crushed and killed by a falling elevator at an apartment building when it malfunctions cops are investigating a top chef at the Cipriani dolce restaurant in Grand Central Terminal is missing co workers at U. Brianti dolci inside Grand Central reporting thirty three year old Andreas Samper Roni missing on Monday when he didn't show up for work I fashion you know he's the kind of guy that he could be just lost his leg he was still going to work his last year of Saturday night his roommate at his apartment in flushing queens as he was last seen getting into a car early Sunday morning several you move to New York this year from Italy has no recent social media posts his phone off for days his passport reportedly found at his home his brother is reportedly flying in from London to join in the search Jennifer wilsoni W. O. R. news this report is sponsored by national realty investment advisors low cost investment substantial monthly pay outs a man has been arrested for the murder of a woman in Plainsboro New Jersey after neighbors there hurt or screening back in June cops found twenty six old Caroline buying ten dead after co workers called for cops to do a wellness check today they arrested thirty year old Kenneth cell of Lyndon world the head of the city's sergeants union is calling for the resignation of police commissioner James o'neil over his decision to discipline and NYPD sergeant in connection with the death of Eric garner fact of the matter is the members of the NYPD do not respect you they have no faith in your leadership nudity trust you o'neill appearing on CBS this morning says it's not easy making a decision in the garner case I knew from day one as police commissioner that but surely my reputation would be chipped away at I understand that ma'am I have to make decisions that are good for the whole city in other news if you take the subways you've probably seen more homeless people and now city hall is stepping up its homeless outreach efforts last month the mayor introduced his subway diversion pilot came to getting the homeless and the programs and shelters wall hopefully keeping them out of the criminal justice system and not bogging down police with the matter these new enhancements include a joint crisis coordination center sort of Central Command involving multiple agencies and a system wide closed circuit TV feeble beam live images to authorities so they can better deploy resources the subway platforms finally the mayor says department of homeless services and the NYPD will increase their cooperative efforts to Bosnia saying all new Yorkers have the right to feel safe and comfortable on the subway calling this the right balance I'm James forbidden W. O. R. news there's been a hoax going around that says your Instagram feed could be made public corresponded to name Norman explains supposed to making the rounds warns everything you've ever posted becomes public from today but a spokesperson for Instagram spare company Facebook says simply there is no truth to this post in fact versions of this hoax I've been around for years targeting users across several social media sites and fueling the spread of the phony story is the fact that celebrities like Julia Roberts rob Lowe and a Sir even energy secretary Rick Perry fell for that help and your W. or weather channel forecast is coming up right after this balance of nature changing the world one life at a time I have been plagued with this topic is acid and it burns the esophagus I've had it for thirty years and I've had doctors give me prescriptions for and everything and never got rid of it I've been on that balance of nature for about three and a half four months it is completely gone and I didn't even notice it it has to be about the nature because it's the only supplement I'm taking and I just wanted you to know that because sat may.
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