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"liuqiu" Discussed on The Free Agents
"No doubt the Pistons Do. But it's also just really a showcase. The guy's been pretty good off the bench. But now that Blake's gone and its trade season. He moves into the starting lineup. So we're going to see a lot of derrick rose showcases and Kuzma played while while Anthony Davis was out definitely bumped up his value. A little bit. So it's early. I mean this guy stumbled into into this Pistons Lakers trade. Perhaps they'll stumble into the same. But I agree Darren Collison seems like a better fit just can be more reliable as a catch and shoot guy also doesn't need the ball all the time time but if he has the ball at works a little bit better. You'd rather have it. I mean if you took away what you were giving up for the potential player you would rather have Darren Colson on this laker squad than Dirk rose. I think so why he's more of a Mario Chalmers to me. I've seen derrick rose playing. I still. Lebron didn't work. That's it was a short lived. But you're right it did definitely not did not work Material you guys though you got any. Derrick rose potential landing spots feels like he is being moved. It's sort of a and it's like Detroit. Silly didn't get something. If you get get a young talent Liuqiu personally. I think you're laughing. But even picks I think is is worth trading rose four salted for your future. Kuzma also in Michigan got his from our Flint Michigan. If I'm not mistaken maybe he would like going back home to Detroit. Probably not probably probably the same reaction as Blake Griffin Detroit. The EMINEM's from there to is. Yes Oh man. He's got the hairstyle. Slim Shady. I would by the way I make I would do. Is this heartbeat. If on the Pistons like from their side Yeah I like I talked about this with the grizzlies. If there was any way for them to fall into getting calls Kuzina yeah take. The Flyer includes my understand. He's polarizing people can't decide if he's garbage or if he's like you know could be a star player with his own team but I think it's it's it's closer to him being a very solid player than it is him being like just completely overblown because he's in La with taking a chance on a young man especially flashes for sure you say you had some trivia for us. Yes I do have some trivial So yes Kent pays more was traded on the weekend to the Sacramento Kings meaning. Meaning this'll be the third California team that he's played for. He was playing for the Lakers. He played for the warriors and now the king so I I thought I wonder how many players have played for three or four California teams. Then it's a quite a long core for quite a well. What narrated Dan? Because you guys like my Shrek Jamaal Wilkes I. I think you're GONNA get him at Washington closer to God so I got rid of those guys and on I narrowed it down to fifteen guards. Okay place a three.
"liuqiu" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Everyone to the Joan Hamburg show. I turned to one of the best food guys, not only in New York in the country, a writer, a chef. A shopper. He knows it all the one and only our fish shorts. Hello, arthur. And good morning, Joan. Or is it already afternoon? It's. It's always time to talk about food loved so early in the morning. These days that by the time he gets to be twelve. I feel like I've had whole day. That's really funny, but you always were an early than go to early. Like, what time what time do you get up? Five five. Yeah, that's early you have breakfast. Or you don't have coffee, a lot of coffee. Usually eat breakfast until about eight and then you have a real breakfast. Yeah. I have I have various rotating stretches, including Swedish flat bread wassot crack. Cheese or what's the crack? I've been to peanut butter lately. Tablespoons the peanut butter sits me up, the, the morning on crack is like that. Or sometimes I have herring these days you kidding. No, I love herring is great. You know, I I'm I'm not a suites in the morning person. I have to have salty in the morning so herring with with a Greek yogurt. Is really great breakfast. I know I'm not a hearing person my friend, Phyllis Newman. You know, Adolf? Greenfield stone. Oh, she loves herring and I get that full her for special occasions. I don't know where you're buying your hearing, these days, save voles. We're, you know, the, the guy it's a really interesting story. Chinese group used to run the counter at Zeh bars. And then they went out on their own. They were the only Chinese guys selling Jewish food in the city. So they opened a shop called Sables with smoked salmon sturgeon. They make it all. I mean, not that, but they make their own stuff. And they have that kind of herring in the white sauce that not for me. But for my friend Phyllis and people like you love it. Well, I'm very fond of Phyllis. Yeah. She's great. So Arthur, tell me, the holidays Passover, you are at your house, or you're going. You're no Hughes over Joan, you know, you get older, you that let me just this big news. Why is it? I'm selling off a big hunk of my apartment, why. Well, because I don't entertain the way I used to, and it was really the entertainment center. You know, I could see fourteen on my big table. No, I don't do that anymore. So we, we've turned the library into a dining room that seats six in the radio, the initial apartment, well, Joan knows that I combine to apart, well, the bigger apartment, of course, we're keeping but the secondary apartment was a one bedroom, but we're retaining one big room from it and selling off the rest is. If you know anybody who wants a studio in park slope Rayo neighbor as is because I don't want to do any more anymore renovation. But right now the pages of here painting up the one room that I'm retaining. Don't ask if it's a huge project is huge maneuver. It was all encouraged or should say motivated by moving my sister from her big house where she lived the forty four years and even stored my mother and grandmothers things into a one bedroom apartment. I realized that she did it all the wrong way, which is to say she had no plan a what to do with all this stuff. What happened to all that? Well, we ended up giving a lot a lot a lot too much. I have to say to goodwill, that's what we all end up doing because no one wants that stuff. Invited friends and family to pick over. What I had is if we would dead, you know, I'd rather give it to them now while I'm alive, and it's gone. I just shipped off yesterday. My dining room table. My big table with all the extension boards and the leave in the padding and the rug and the oriental rug. I just shifted off to Saint Louis to my niece. Wow. Should probably appreciate it. I must say she took one of the most precious things in my life. The many, many many, many yards of silk drapery, the edges of the sill became Sunday. But there was so much yardage ahead such curtains that she's going to be able to put drapery in her living room, dining room, which are next to each other, and then upstairs in her bedroom. And she still left behind his use of a pink do peon a silk. It's anyway. I'm talking to. Schwartz visited she went back with. I told him bring empty suitcases and she did and went back full. So let me ask you, so now that you're divesting, which is the truth. Listen, I want my kids come over, and I say take this take that we don't want that and I'll sympathy that was your grandmother's. And she loved it that don't want anything so everytime happy that I have an extremely, perhaps overly sentimental, nephew, an adult and he said, bride is very much in adult children of his own enormous house. And so he's absorbing a lot of stuff that nobody wants but he's attached to because he does have a memory of. So tell me so full of Passover. This. Box, also I salvaged a lot of the stuff for my sister's house, including many boxes of family photographs. And, and, and Rachel went through it all out a lot of good families stuff. But also discovered I knew they were there, but who that anybody wanted them the member autograph books? Of course, we all have Joan nobody nobody graduated from high school takes around an autograph book for people to write in and no one has telephone anymore except for I I have a landline. People have shocked, but anyway, abundant right now, actually it sounds better than they. No actually might myself. Radio show on Monday morning. Live on, on NPR affiliate in Connecticut. And I do it on the cell phone. And it sounds good. Sounds better than Skype which we started doing some. I don't I've probably liable. Right. But anyway, yes, it sounds great. It sounds just as good as this land line. And we and they we air during the week. And it's on. It's a podcast. I love it. Nobody ever notices that events on the other phone. But just ask Monday mornings at seven thirty. I said, I don't. Pajamas at my kitchen, table with a Cup of coffee. That sounds great. But let me ask you so your cooking. But who's having it? Well, we're going to do it at my nephew had Bryant arriving. Yeah. We're going to arrive a few days early. I love being there with the kids. I've become a real grandpa. I love that. So what are you cooking? Well, this is up in the air. At the moment depends. Brian, Michelle bite anybody else. Year. Very sadly, Michelle's father was on his deathbed. And so Brian came with her family, and while Michelle and her sister were in the hospital, defaulter, we had our Seder. So we had it with a Michelle's newish, brother-in-law and nieces who are teenagers, and it was very nice because I was able to teach them all about Passover. Right. So this year we have, you know, I don't know. I don't know if he's inviting anybody actually, I hope he doesn't, it'll just be us and then vigil come from her senior community for a couple of days. So what he'd ever? Bob and I are babysitting for the rest of the weekend. Because Michelle Brian going to go do something date wise. That's good. Yes. So be while what is grandpa, author making making either one of two things I just last year I made a as always I made a brisket. That's a lot of meats. We're going to only be seven people. It's an awful lot of meat. I, I don't really want to eat three days. Right. So I made a couple no more than a couple of times, several times last year, a recipe that is perfect for Passover, but I was making enough Passover and it's crispy chicken. You love the word. Chris I love that. Word. Crispy chicken with Civis you like Simmons sort of. All right. Chris. Orthodox couple wrote a book called the filter manifesto, and I had dinner at my friend liuqiu onyx has now, I don't know if you've ever had Leah on the show. But she's she would be a great guest few. Leah is don't tell Joan. I said that she's the new Joan. Nathan. She writes about Jewish food. She writes for the forward, she writes, a taste, which is online letter. She writes, a lot of chicken recipe. So we went to lease for dinner and she made this dish. I we've done in love with it, and I've been making it ever since. Diabetic, you should be careful because prunes it probably one of the worst things you could let me say the original recipe, probably calls for whole chicken cut out the parts when I tend to use. Okay. That's like two and a half pounds. You know that's probably enough for six or seven people and I love to do this, in my black iron Skillet and I actually have an enormous enormous black-eyed skill. And I've made this for party in that enormous kill and it makes a great presentation. And also, it's right from the oven onto the table. And the reason that makes us a great presentation is, there are a lot of carrots in this recipe, the orange carrots against the black iron Skillet. Good good. Do you make this glaze three tablespoons of grated? Fresh ginger, by the way. That's a lot of ginger. Rated on I guess you could use a rasp you know, micro plane graded on a an actual ginger greater so three tables, and all the pulp comes up. Not just the Jews three tablespoons of graded peeled fresh ginger and to that you mix in three tablespoons of Honey. Two tablespoons of vegetable oil that can be any peanut oil, canola oil whatever you like to use corn. Oil, by the way, if this is kosher Passover, make sure that these products while the Honey oil, one of the best over, and I, I have to say that our old sponsor of the Honey spot, golden, blossom, golden. We love that, Honey. Love golden blossom, even though they're not sponsor anymore. And I've made this with more exotic, Honey. But in fact, the golden blossom works perfectly year, you don't want to heavy, Honey here, today was on the vegetable, and then assault did he quite a lot of salt, at least two teaspoons assault, and I make a mild version of this with only a little bit of hot pepper flakes. But you can use a punch of hot peppers, not bad, because of the sweet so half a teaspoon of red pepper flakes, and a teaspoon of grated lemon zest. And it's got this really nice flavor. Full glaze and what you do is Brown, your chicken about two and a half pounds. I said in, in, in your in your black whatever skill. And all you have to do is put the tiniest bit of oil on the bottom, and Brown, the chicken skin side down until it's nice and Brown is takes about five to seven minutes. I would say more like seven minutes for me. I don't like to do it over very high heat. You don't wanna burn the chicken anyway. Then as chicken gets Brown's transfer to a bowl and pour on that glaze that he just made with ginger, Honey Brown after you Brown poor on all this, blaze and in the pan that's still should have some fat in it. Ed a I would say a large onion, like, you know, an eight ounce onion have them to slice of two half moons. You know the way you normally slice it, onion and saute that around for just two or three minutes until will. And then you add your carrots, and prunes. You're going to need least a pound of carrots cut it to half inch rounds three cups of care. And a half a pound of pitted prunes now here. Years ago when I made my grandmother's Simmons. I used to use prunes with the pits in and what will call large sour. Prunes. Apparently do not exist anymore. I've searched in several years. No, you have the fact I even find it hard to find prunes with the Pippen. But if you do I will use whole prunes, however since you could only find pitted prunes these days, I half a pound of pitted prunes and the original recipe said the chop them, but I don't I'll cut them in half. And that's that's small enough piece..
President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, President And Hanan General Amagai discussed on The World
"The head of the army says President Abdelaziz Bouteflika should be declared unfit to rule and removed from office is the strongest signal yet that Algiers powerful military is abandoning Mr. Buda flicker who's eighty two and in poor health after weeks of protests. He he's Taha reports achieving media described the army chief's comments at the dropping of a massive bomb. Addressing the military lift Hanan general Amagai solid referred to an article in the constitution which can declare the poster president vacant if the office holders, unfit to rule General Saleh said this would be an immediate solution to the crisis in ALgeria, which would need the legitimate demands of the people there have been weeks of mass protests against president would've liuqiu under the constitution. The speaker of the Senate Abdelkadar, Ben Sallah would become acting head of state pending an election within ninety
"liuqiu" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"The wind blowing today I'd like to watch television. I wanna legend that was that was that was probably the best line of the speech was that would write that the whole segment right there. That was good. There was some great news outta Humboldt County California to little kids. They were sisters Caroline and liuqiu Rico five and eight years old on Friday. They ask their mother if they could go for a walk. She said, no, they said, all right. Mom, mother turned around five minutes later kids, gone, three hours, three hours. This family called friends went looking for couldn't find the kids. They finally found the yesterday the sheriff's office they found a book a boot print and next to it was a granola bar wrapper. And the mother was like they showed the rapper to the mother, and she was like I just bought those for the kids like SAM's in a big box. Yes. Those are the ones I bought and because of that granola rapper they could find the kids maybe five hundred yards away from where it was incredible. So they were found safe and sound forty four hours after they disappeared. Here's the humble county sheriff his name is William Hans soul. And boy, this is the kind of news they like to deliver right? Once he started following the footprints kept leading them south. Hey, we're following up on leads the trail for two hours. Why? Geez. These can you imagine? No, how do you find? There is a parent is going on. No. You know? I thought I'd be. I'd be attic. It'd be nuts. My kids. I lost Samina a WalMart when she was little, and I panicked. I mean, absolutely panicked. They finally found her. She was one of those member of the closest to be on those round rack, you don't have many more because of that because kids used to hide underneath them. And that's where she was playing play nine seek great scare the crap out of your mother Yeah. kidding. No kidding. You're gonna hear a lot about the northeast snowstorm today. Schools canceled some airports will be closed get ready for some closures here. But don't tell that to Diane from Brooklyn. She's become a megastar in the local media up there because she doesn't want to hear anybody complaining about the weather. Good for Hello is linked to. Yes..
"liuqiu" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Miles traveled on the ground. The damage is significant I would put it in category catastrophic based on the destruction of the homes. We say an at Roland is with the Red Cross we are mobilizing Arnold years as well as our vehicle and the food as well as our cleanup kits that we will be distributing tomorrow. We are mobilizing all of that stake. Some people in the area have been taken to hospitals with very serious injuries right now traffic to there is blocked. One coroner says he expects the number of deaths to rise as search crews continue combing through the rubble. CBS news special report, I'm Alison keys. KCBS news time six thirty two is our Newswatch continues. This portion of the news is sponsored by Chilton auto body, two young sisters who were missing from their home in Humboldt county since Friday have now been found sheriff William Han. Sol says eight-year-old liuqiu Rico and five year old Caroline Kurikau were found safe and sound this morning. He says the girls were uninjured and in good spirits, calling their recovery an absolute miracle they'd been missing since Friday afternoon outside their home, and Ben Bo which is about two hundred miles north west of Sacramento. Well, now that the flood waters have receded along the Russian river, a massive cleanup effort is underway. KCBS is Jeffrey Shaab went to Guerneville today where he reports there are large piles of trash and debris everywhere. This is what you hear all over gern Ville. Forklifts scooping up piles of debris and placing them into dumpsters. As we're driving down river road. You can just see it everywhere piled everywhere. People trying to move stuff everywhere. It's pretty sad. Mike Turner.
"liuqiu" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"A recommendation. I I can't see reason to get away from the odyssey. I mean, they've changed a lot since you bought yours and everything they did to it was just spectacular and Hondas hound us big into leasing. So they've got a lot of lease incentives. This month. It's got some neat features that you're not gonna find anywhere else. Built in vacuum cleaner. For instance. It's got Cup holders everywhere. I think the last one I had I candidate teen Cup holders in this thing. Love the way, the the automatic sliding doors work, they seem to be more dependable than some of the others. And if you're going to lease Toyota is the way to go, and I'd go with the odyssey again, I like to CNN just fan. But it doesn't have the features. I don't think it drives as well. As the hours. She does. Okay. How about? Trading or so vehicle out. Right. You know, I I mean miles on on your twenty one hundred twenty that's not bad nine year old vehicle. That's under average. You'll obviously get more money. If you sell it yourself, and it's not hard to sell a minivan, especially if it's got a good appearance. There are people out there who have a lot of children. They're looking for him. Can't afford a new one. And there's I mean, let's face. It may van sales haven't set the woods on fire. In a long long time not since the eighties. When liuqiu brought the first one out. So there's so few on the market at any given time they'll bring a premium. I'd get a bid on it from whatever dealer us to get the new Honda and see what they'd pay as a trade in denied add three thousand dollars to that. Put it online at that price or best offer just be careful of got a got a article on page about half cell car on Craigslist. And that's probably a good place for that. That's where you'll get the most clicks in the most views Fidel their go to auto trader, but I tried on Craigslist..
"liuqiu" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"News, low humidity and increasing winds forecast today. Just what the firefighters don't need more victims have been found from the campfire and Butte county northern California. An additional thirteen human remains have been recovered, which brings the total number two forty two. A sheriff Corey Honi more than two hundred people were still unaccounted for and families are desperately looking for loved ones at evacuation centers hospitals and the coroner's office in burned out neighborhoods. Search and recovery teams are combing through the ashes looking for remains and any possible survivors cadaver dogs and two portable. Morgan. It's from the military are also being brought in to help with. Fox's Claudia Colin in southern California. Evacuation orders for some areas have been lifted even though the Wolsey flyer which stretches from just north of LA to the Pacific Ocean. It's only about thirty percent contained President Trump has signed an. Order to expedite federal disaster assistance. Don't certify the results yet that order from a federal judge to elections officials in Georgia in a lawsuit over the governor's race filed by Democrats Stacey Abrams borders team says there are two reasons why she's not giving up provisional and absentee ballots. That should have been counted were rejected. That's Alex liuqiu Atlanta's FOX five Abrahams camp hopes they can get enough provisional ballots proved to drop Republican Brian Kampe below fifty percent of the total that would force a runoff election. It's over in Arizona Republican Martha mcsally conceding on Monday night. Cinema and congratulated her into cutting Arizona's first female Senator after a hard fought battle. I wish you all success as she represents Arizona in the Senate democrat Kristen cinema winning the race by about thirty eight thousand votes out of four million cast. This is Fox News..
"liuqiu" Discussed on KTOK
"Low humidity and increasing winds forecast today. Just what the firefighters don't need more victims have been found from the campfire and Butte county northern California. An additional thirteen human remains have been recovered, which brings the total number two forty two. A sheriff Corey Honi more than two hundred people were still unaccounted for and families are desperately looking for loved ones at evacuation centers hospitals and the coroner's office in burned out neighborhoods. Search and recovery teams are combing through the ashes looking for remains and any possible survivors cadaver dogs and two portable mortgage units. From the military are also being brought in to help with. Fox's Claudia Colin in southern California. Evacuation orders for some areas have been lifted even though the Wolsey flyer which stretches from just north of LA to the Pacific Ocean. It's only about thirty percent contained President Trump has signed an order. Or to expedite federal disaster assistance. Don't certify the results yet that order from a federal judge to elections officials in Georgia in a lawsuit over the governor's race filed by Democrats Stacey Abrams supporters Abrahams team says there are two reasons why she's not giving up provisional and absentee ballots. That should have been counted were rejected. That's Alex liuqiu of Atlanta's FOX five the Abrahams camp hopes they can get enough provisional ballots proved to drop Republican Brian Campeau below fifty percent of the total that would force a runoff election. It's over in Arizona Republican Martha mcsally conceding a Monday night. Cinema and congratulated.
"liuqiu" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Continue in California plan, Jack Callaghan. Fox News, low humidity and increasing winds forecast today. Just what the firefighters don't need more victims have been found from the campfire and Butte county northern California. And additional thirteen human remains have been recovered, which brings the total number two forty two. A sheriff Corey Honi more than two hundred people were still unaccounted for and families are desperately looking for loved ones at evacuation centers hospitals and the coroner's office in burned out neighborhoods. Search and recovery teams are combing through the ashes looking for remains and any possible survivors cadaver dogs and two portable Morgan units. From the military are also being brought in to help with FOX's Claudia Callanan, southern California. Evacuation orders for some areas have been lifted even though the Wolsey fire which stretches from just north of LA to the Pacific Ocean. It's only about thirty percent contained President Trump has signed an order to. Expedite federal disaster assistance. Don't certify the results yet that order from a federal judge to elections officials in Georgia in a lawsuit over the governor's race filed by Democrats Stacey Abrams supporters team says there are two reasons why she's not giving up provisional. And absent he ballots that should have been counted were rejected. That's Alex liuqiu Atlanta's FOX five the Abrahams camp hopes they can get enough provisional ballots proved to drop Republican Brian Campeau below fifty percent of the total that would force a runoff election. It's over in Arizona Republican Martha mcsally conceding Monday night. Cinema and congratulate her cutting Arizona's first female Senator after a hard fought battle. All as she represents Arizona in the Senate democrat Kristen cinema.
"liuqiu" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Web site smart bitches trashy books and the leash arrive author of the forbidden heart series. Let me get to a few of your comments and thoughts about romance novels cap tweeted, romance, writers are storytellers like any other. But I know that no matter what I'll get my happy ending and given the way life works. I want that. I love light dark simple or complex stories, but I want happy at the end. Romance gives me that happy is important in life. Chris tweeted romance is as formulaic as a sonnet or a haiku and can be as beautiful, and inspirational and sometimes a lot more fun, although Shakespeare had fun game. And Maria emailed. I love it the emotional welfare of the characters is important and front. Right and center, I love the happy endings and honestly, happy endings. Get a bad rap. I find darkness and hopelessness to be easy hope is hard and romance delivers that every time Sarah you wanted to jump back in one of the things that I've noticed from speaking to so many romance readers over the years is that for a lot of us romances are literary inheritance. We learn about it from another relative. We learned about it from a babysitter and older. And these are the stories that are centering women experience women's experiences that we are passing to other readers. And because the owner keeps growing and expanding. We can include more experiences to better represent all of the different ways in which we experience. Happiness cat was cat on Twitter. Right. Yes. Thank you had like to set my sources. She's right happiness is the most precious commodity. We have a wonder if Alicia, I know we've got a pause momentarily, but whether there are certain basic qualities that all romance novels released all great ones have. There's obviously the stereotype about the guy on the horse with the Avs rippling ended hair blowing in the wind and the woman with two cleavage in all her goods and services are hanging out. Like, that's that's the stereotype. But are there certain things, you know, before we have to take our first break that you find today's romance novels all have in common, the ones that are the most beloved. Well, I think you know, it's kind of like when you look at a beautiful piece of art something in their connects with you emotionally, right? And I think that that's true for romance to this genre. That's built on emotions and feelings. And so when I when I talked to her readers, and you know, it was it was mentioned in the tweet the tweets as well that happiness and over so important and also just that connection is so important. And I think that is why romance readers. You know, a ride or die for their favorite authors. Like, they are and they feel that connection with them. And they feel that connection with each other. When they love something together because it is all just, you know, the best romance novels. I think tap into those feelings and those universal desires. You know for for for love and happiness and hope and sometimes when you connect with someone like that. I think it is. You know, it's like a beautiful piece of art where you're like, I want that in my house. I want that on my bookshelf, and those are your keepers, right? Like, that's what we call them. Like, that's your keep herself. Like, those are the ones that you will save in a fire. When you when when your house is burning down, you're to grab them you're gonna well. In my case, I'm gonna put them in my fancy personally, take them out. But like that's one of the things. One of my many things I'm gonna save plenty more to discuss as we continue with Sarah, Wendo liuqiu and Alicia rice still to come. We'll talk about the audience for the romance novel community will dig deeper into the publishing industry, and we'll talk about the subject matter several of you have commented about the diversity in romance novels, and how that's one of the things that drew you to these stories. We'll get into that. In just a moment. I'm Joshua Johnson. And I love to be with you. You're listening to one A from W AMU and NPR. Down. Support.
"liuqiu" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Wisconsin Channel nine video with you on this Wednesday happy hump day everybody sixty three. Degrees at Radio City of it's nice where you, are coming up today, the ten o'clock hour of, course the four at ten a little bit about program not eleven o'clock, hour Gotta talk about the Florida elections yesterday the primaries the governor's race. Is going to set. Up as, a classic classic but, a battle between the left, and where they're going A. Trump back candidates on the rights and boy that is a microcosm of. What's happening in this country. Across this country, and what could. Play outs in the upcoming midterm election so that'll be somewhere, in the eleven o'clock, hour probably about eleven fifteen so, stay tuned, for that. But of course ten o'clock hour the four biggest stories in walkie. The state in the world the four at San and we start great interview yesterday. Vice President Mike Pence he's coming to Wisconsin tomorrow to campaign for, state Senator liuqiu Khmer he was on Wisconsin's afternoons yesterday With Scott worse was filling in for John Mercure who is, back, today John is any and a lot of comments about a, lot of things but he, talked about state Senator the book mirror and, a few other things but I wanna play a little bit of, that for you and then I have some comments on his his. Stop in Wisconsin I'm thirsty governor Scott Walker is a great great great governor at. President Trump and I are are so appreciative of his leadership and the, different cities made in Wisconsin and he has our full support but I also want to make sure that the people Wisconsin no. That we think we think it's time that Wisconsin Senator strong conservative voice. To Washington DC the United. States Senate to, join Ron Johnson. And I'm going to be supporting Leah Volkmar for the United, States Senate Leah's an, extraordinary person with a tremendous background, in public, service she. Came through a competitive primary showed great strength and what we we. Just we we couldn't be more Excited, about her candidacy and I'm really looking forward, to being in Milwaukee this week to show our strong and complete, support for book mayor for Senate should we an -ticipant as we. Get even closer to November yourself and maybe even President Trump here in Wisconsin for, those Republican candidates are I'll tell you We love Wisconsin and the Wisconsin, success story is is part of a of a of a tremendous American comeback that we see in this, economy and frankly governor Scott Walker has been leading the charge in this, tremendous Wisconsin comeback and you. Bet you bet we'll be there every bit as often as as governor Walker and Leah book. Mayor need us we really do believe in their vision for Wisconsin and, for this country and and we really look forward to supporting all the way to the finish. Line vice President Mike Pence appearing on Wisconsin's afternoon news yesterday with Scott worse filling in for anybody does that doesn't think this is a big race. For this, president this party, and in Wisconsin you're not paying attention state Senator Lee, of hoop mayor going up against the junior Senator from Wisconsin who I've said over. And over again Hasn't done, much and I know that senators it's always hard to throw them out of office but when. You look at the the tenure of one Tammy Baldwin not much to hang your hat on and I know it's tough as a member of the, minority party, to get things, done but that wasn't always the case she also served, under the leadership of Barack Obama President Barack Obama the fact that he's coming here Actively campaigning for Lee looked MIR. Suggests this is a race that's. Winnable presidents all in vice President Mike Pence is all in making. A stop in Wisconsin is significance What are we talking about the two thousand sixteen campaign Hillary Clinton? Didn't bother to show up You can argue and people do argue whether or not that was the. Reason she didn't win the state state you had to win to win the election. Because they electoral system that we have They're not playing games here When you see vice president of the United, States come to a state To help a woman conservative beats an ultra liberal Democrat that tells you all you need to know. About how significant this races for the senate's the party for the country Mike Pence is the standard bearer of conservative is in this country you can argue whether or not President Donald Trump is really conservative and people do all the time Some of his decisions seem to. Go against conservative philosophy and certainly go against traditional conservative values both conduct and in some cases policy Mike Pence vice president Pence He is the mold Traditional conservatives, Republicans in this country, a man of, faith family and country and somebody who was just on its and. The messaging is perfect the the delivery is always the same consistence and on, on points for there they have a vice president coming into town tomorrow and and raise money for her. An advocate for her Really upsets over US Senator Tammy Baldwin is a big deal in the state. And you can't say it enough she should appreciate it and I said it last week after the primaries This. Is a race that. Leah Luke has to seize this is her parents Go on the attack point out the things that I've pointed out and highlight those. The inconsistency between her record and what she likes to say in her hands really. The outright lie that she put forward in the allegation which is still running Colin Rossa nobody cares about Alex what they should care about the dishonesty in an. Ad where you're using your point of doing something that you are still doing yourself That has to be pointed out The failure on so many counts to even on a network like. CNN answer a, question about immigration an easy question a softball that you couldn't knock out of the park and you could not get out of the park because you. Don't have an answer for it And that's been the criticism of Tammy Baldwin all along she's great in these campaign ads you staged scenarios get around a stage With a. Critical questioner moderator she, gets flustered she can't answer the question That's. The challenge and for liuqiu Khmer seize the, moment this is your moment you got the, vice president come. Into town get it done Changed the direction, of the states In the right direction take that Wisconsin away that forward thinking that the, governor talks about all, the time take it to Washington.
"liuqiu" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Nine one six twenty type in the word vote and we'll send you back some information it, is a partisan primary next week August fourteenth is the data the primary here's what that means, you must choose one party and then vote for, candidates and only that party so there are Democrats running for governor. And lots of them if you want to choose one of those then. You have to register as a voting in democratic partisan primary that. Means you, would not be able to vote in the race that pits liuqiu Perrin. Kevin Nicholson if you want to vote in that, race and she was one of, those, two, candidates then that means you're voting in the Republican primary and you cannot, vote for one of. Those Democrats running for governor so you. Need to decide there's the governor's race. For other statewide races the US. Senate primaries are taking Place also a primary for Milwaukee, county sheriff takes place you can register right at the polls so you need to provide a driver's license a state ID, card or full social security number, and, proof, of, where you, live, when you register you bring that to the polls you can do that. Right there right that day to show. Up also whether you're registered, or not, you need to show. A photo ID this has been controversial and Ben debated in Wisconsin it is. Now settled law you need to show an ID so if. You're gonna vote and you're going to show, up even if you're registered you need bring the driver's license or. Some other photo ID and early absentee voting you can still do that the deadline to request, an absentee ballot is August ninth so that's coming up just here near the end of the, week we will have complete coverage on election night, we will be on the air a special from eight o'clock to. Ten o'clock on WTMJ eight to.
"liuqiu" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"It's Russian connections every some of the town of vodka in the Arctic circle holds a festival Natalya Gallo shaver has more. Every summer, the streets of the small Norwegian town of verger just about the active circle feel with music and art and left in general Marinus. This is the time when former festival comes to. Boomers were the people who lived on the shores of the Bering Sea. In the middle ages, they had a very strong trading connections with this part of the world, the northern Norway's province Finnmark. Can see around those buildings from the nineteenth century. All of them are bisque by Ruston would come to Australia. I'm here with not stand out. He works at the Palmer museum in Verde. Finally, the small town of about two thousand one hundred people. Its population has reduced twice in connection with the failing fishing industry. You know, I was born here raised here and I lived my life here and I have seen the decrease of industry the decrease of income for general people here. Large companies are sending over-fish to China to get their food for consumers and send it back to Europe. Again is does may now in decline. Varda has once flourish owning to Palmer, trade Russian connection is valued very highly. I think our relation with the promos have something to say for our identity, we are neighbors. You know, I heard from some English spectactors of they were championship and food. Police said they are met Russians who were friendly. They were always helpful is not they heard before, but we appear in north. Whereas been speaking to Russia's renew that now the centuries old tradition is affected by the current big politics, both Kremlin inau, slow pudding, strings on the relationship. Moscow took a stance falling official Norway's reaction to the Russian annexation of Crimea in two thousand fourteen and impose sanctions on importing the region fish in return also cut funding for join community project or you think it's kind of sad that this politics from the government on level is such France against each other. Since commercial contracts have been somewhat halted. Palmer festival happening in the end of July, keeps the poma trade spirit alive whether it was I, I am involved maybe four years ago. I decided that this place is really super depressive right now difference. I understood that water became more alive. Liuqiu is the leader of creative. Collective goal Taiba. He and his team come from Sarah deans in the northern Russian all this cultural project, which connect people and give them with emotions. I think it helped for leaving here for local people and you should communicate should cooperate. Right. Really. Diploma festival keeps up the legacy of trained across the shores of the Barron. See that served as a bridge between Russia and the west, and it is a lifeline for the local communities who depend on each other on both sides of the border. It is also an example of building a successful relationship with Russia, something that the west can explore. Matani gonna shave a reporting from north Norway. And still to come on this global news podcast. One of the sounds of Madagascar could soon fall silent. It's well known that plastics are causing harm to see creatures, but recent days being discovered that from under the waves plastics can also release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere surgeon, ROY researcher from Barcelona made the discovery after setting out to measure me thing guests coming from biological activity in the sea around Hawaii..
"liuqiu" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Like profit sharing program Milwaukee is getting a hundred dollars a day plus whatever tax revenue they get from this company The, other thing it comes down to. If. They're gonna look. For a way, to, get more tax dollars out. Of this of course so they're gonna they're going to look for well and the. Cynic in me says they're going to. Look for some sort of campaign donations they're, going, to, look for political support they're going to. Get this and this just this gets back. To, this old style of government. Where it's bay. You've gotta kiss Bob Bouwman's ring before you're allowed to operate in the city you know I'm getting shades of non-criminal thug Mike remember. Mike McGee, it's just like well, this is the power piece I'm on the public works committee and I do and. I'm obviously, being slightly sarcastic here I understand Bouwman's criticism I do I understand there is a. Legitimate critique of okay well there's this blind spot in the law we don't know how the DOT is saying well. Technically they're probably not permissible on public roads but it's very easy for the legislature. To allow for this and I believe. It's even easier for the common council to, allow, this, to happen let's go to Tom no. Creek you're on wwl ESN How how we've dropped the law that's what to pedestrians in the crosswalk cars gotta stop makes. A. Bunch of people very stupid in this state I don't care anywhere else I drive a semi pro everything but I'll. Tell you right now people walk off, the curb getting that crosswalk and they just expect cars to stop, and, they're gonna be a workaround shirt parents my, parents taught me go look both ways before across the street. And then proceed when I don't see any traffic these people jump right off the. Cold you find walking, and they. Don't care who stopped Well thank you very much. Tom do appreciate the phone call tell you what we, got a lot of interesting perspective on this we'll try to circle. Back to this topic but we do have Lee Volkmar coming up, in just, five minutes. Talking about the Marquette bowl that shows her leading Kevin Nicholson will. Also get into the Trump Russia summit and all sorts of topics coming up. With state Senator liuqiu Mary you're listening to the, Dan, Donald show I'm Paul Foy..
"liuqiu" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Fact that democrats are completely out of touch the kelder roy's the mike the caves completely out of touch with the reality of prisons in this state and who's in those presents and i mentioned this statistic yesterday i'll mention it again today they called for at least half the prison population to be released because they said they were nonviolent offenders when the numbers show sixty seven percents of our prison population has a violent record so if you start with the position that half the population of our prisons should be released immediately but it's based on a false premise how much should i have as a voter democrat or otherwise in everything else that you say or do now randy bryce kathy myers and that first congressional district race matt flynn mike mckay at keller roy twenty years they can do what they want they can say what they want but they need to speak the truth because voters see through that as much as people think there's potential for big blue wave it needs to be based on reality not speculation not name calling reality what are you gonna do for those folks on the democratic side who are almost across the board criticizing the foxconn deal with very few exceptions what's your plan for jobs in the state i have not heard anything on that from a democrat if it's if it and some people maybe it's tech schools you're going to ramp up the funding there the governor has done a great job in the legislature with ramping up funding for our tech colleges in the state which is where eventually they'll job seekers can get the skills they need to get jobs what are the governor tell us when he was on the show a couple of weeks ago eightyfive thousand jobs open in the state more jobs than people the problem is that mismatch so for democrats you want to win win seats for the for congress governor for whatever position you're running for speak the truth you don't have to light foxconn but speak the truth about what you're saying about it to use terms talking points another term i like to use because it when you hear talking points is typically phoney baloney people see through that it's not real and when you all say the same phrases in this use the same words whether in a newspaper article or newspaper story or on tv this is not just wisconsin nationally people see through that people vote for real idea is not nonsense coming up after the nine o'clock news we're going to have state senator liuqiu crowned he's running for us senate against tammy baldwin another one of those democrats who disappears for five of her six year term and now it's front and center every ad you see all over tv.
"liuqiu" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"On the program yesterday the democrats immediately pounced on kevin nicholson's assertion that the reason that lee mary's getting so many more endorsements in fact she has a monopoly on republican party endorsements thus far with about a month to go until the republican senate primary nicholson said that the reason for this is that this is the establishment fearing kevin nicholson and looking to circle the wagons around one of its own leah mayor in order to protect itself because nicholson will not be afraid to criticize the republican establishment which includes glenn grossman who was decidedly not establishment during his time in the state legislature and has not been in the us congress plus jim sensenbrenner sean duffy and paul ryan all of whom have endorsed boop mir boop mir meanwhile has put out an ad rather a super pac wisconsin next pack has put out an ad on her behalf that attacks nicholson for his past as a democrat we will get into that and talk with state senator liuqiu volkmar coming up later in the show but i i've got to get to this study from wallet hub dot com the best and worst run cities in america while it hub is an organization that will periodically put out things like this i got press releases from them all the time with this study this city has the cleanest water in america this city is the best in america if you have exactly four children this city is the worst in america if you have a dog a cat a hamster at a parakeet they do these studies all the time but periodically there is one that crosses my inbox that i take note of they used a number of different factors thirty five different metrics grouped into six service categories which are then measured against the city's per capita budget according to the financial writer adam mcken for wallet hub who did this study and they ranked the top the biggest hundred fifty cities in america by these metrics every single one of the.
"liuqiu" Discussed on KOMO
"A couple of spot showers late tonight nothing too heavy in a low of fifty eight degrees some possible thunderstorms mixed into a high tomorrow seventy three degrees with clearing skies by afternoon and evening sunday looks very nice mostly sunny with temps in the upper seventies next week couple more clouds and showers roll our way right now it's seventy four degrees in seattle at komo news komo news time twelve twenty six three youtube stars died after going over a huge waterfall in canada the story from abc's with johnson they're popular bloggers known for their invigorating thrill seeking videos from boogieing in bali cliff jumping in the caribbean the travel troop high on life documenting their adventures on youtube encouraging people to get out and explore the world that group with more than a million followers on instagram but one of its latest expeditions taking a tragic turn to the group's members alexi liuqiu and reicher gamble along with leeann ex girlfriend megan scraper killed after they plunged one hundred feet from one of canada's tallest waterfalls police say trouble began at shannon falls north of vancouver tuesday with scrapers slipped i the two men trying to help her but we're also overcome by the raging current day went into one of the pool systems that's up there to go swimming and three of them were walking along the edge of where the pool would be and at that stage they slipped and fell the group's fellow members speaking out on the loss in a new video overnight they lived every single day to its fullest day stood for positively courage and living the best life that you can but tragedy now raising questions over whether internet stars are going too far to go viral high on life's videos frequently highlighting high risk activities this daring balcony died and this video posted just last week i dare devil walked down a three hundred foot high trestle bridge the group seemingly priding itself on pushing the limits even occasionally breaking the law two years ago leah can gamble pleaded guilty to using a drone in a closed area of yellowstone national park spending seven days in jail officials in british columbia where the trio fell now issuing a warning to potential copycats hoping to prevent future tragedies from befalling others aiming for that perfect online image given the extensive water flow that comes off the mountains and the number of incidents that we've had in this area lately people just need to be prepared put the group hoping viewers will take the trio's lives not their deaths by as the real lesser comfort zone stop looking for reasons why you can't looking for reasons why you.
"liuqiu" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The suburbs so beware art as we've mentioned before last weekend the republican state republican convention was in milwaukee one of the things that the state republican party did a number of years ago in an effort to try to an they give you a little inside baseball here with the the principal motivation in my opinion for doing this was they wanted to increase attendance at the state convention so they started saying all right we're going to have party endorsements and the idea being if you've got two or three candidates that are running for particular office and a primary and the state party was gonna doors a that would give incentive for the different candidates to get their supporters to attend the state convention so it was in part a measure driven to increase attendance but the way the rules work is if you get sixty percent of the delegates these are the people that the you know the the working activists you're an activist if you go to the state party convention you the working activists if you can get sixty percent to endorse your candidacy then you get to say that you are the endorsed candidate of the state party doesn't change anything could you still have to participate in a primary but it does give you access to republican party in this case infrastructure it gives you access to some of the fundraising lists it is it is an advantage is it a guarantee that you win insight when we did that a month and a half ago he's he's kind of a flame thrower everybody knows his background he's a former marine he's kind of styled himself i would say more as sort of donald trump type of candidate that kind of outsider liuqiu khmer being more of an establishment player and i don't say that as a bad thing because it's not like the republican establishment in wisconsin is the sort of doctrinaire thing but any event he's been billing himself as the outsider at the state republican convention this weekend liuqiu mirror got well above the sixty percent of that she needed to get the state party's endorsement so she is now the endorsed candidate of the state part republican party of wisconsin or whatever that needs there is behind the scenes some pressure now being brought on.