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Co-Founder of Yield Guild Games Gabby Dizon on Why He Started YGG
"Everybody welcome to another episode of venture stories by village global on here today joined by few special guests. We've gabby dion of g. G and linda shay of skelter linda gabby welcome to the buck s. Thanks for having me expecting us awesome. I'm here joined by mike. Majko's lucas baio at village. Global team lucas. Welcome awesome so maybe as as an introduction gabby one one you for those unfamiliar. Why don't you introduce what is why did he. And what compelled you to start it. Sure so why did you or you'll games is laid to earn gaming guild. So it's a community of gamers that flavius different. Nfc based games similar to axiom. Senate the the give it self Think of a world of work yield exempt up. The guilt itself owns these assets that if we invest in and then we land out these assets to our blair community around the world so that they can play An ebay games and actually earn some money from them and some historical overview about how this category came to be okay so played. The earn is a pretty new phenomenon. I would say just start the last year of been in the blockchain gaming space since early two thousand eighteen and really experimenting long like what what really could be the use case of blockchain games so there have been a lot of discussion on how players having ju- ownership which means that if i haven't nfc. I really own it. There's interoperability but one of the use cases emerged last year is that you could use these. And if these to play a game and win some currency rewards. So these are these are in game rewards. That could be exchanged for For fiat money And that's helped me started the axiom affinity popular lice this Model and it started gaining traction here in my home country. The philippines last year during the early part of a lapdog when people in their royal philippines started Discovered acting started laying as a way to earn money while they were laid off stuck on It's clearly no knowing dumb and it really just up there
John Ruffo: The Fugitive that Disappeared
"The two had a simple meal out together at a coffee shop out of character. Rufo astor's wife for another date the next night and he seemed very edgy. I was talking like you know. I hope after this. We just have that simple life. That i always wanted with you. Simple is better and the next day we had my parents over as usual and his mom and he wanted all these favorite italian delicacies appetizers that we went shopping the day before and She went and visited my neighbor. Who is kathy and michael. Who took me in michael's from italy as it turned out he was asking michael where his mom lives in italy that maybe he can visit her. Because we're going to take a trip soon. It would be their final night together. Rufo vanished the next day and never said goodbye really hurt. He said goodbye to other people in a way just in the middle of the night. I know this is kind of personal but in the middle of the night. He kinda hugged me then. He couldn't look at me buried his face in my neck. He said something. But i don't remember. I couldn't hear what it was. As linda recounted those final hours it was hard not to spot the clues he kept bringing it up one place that seemed to captivate him italy
"long linda" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"I. I don't. I don't see that much change over the years in terms of my career. I don't see something. okay now. i'm getting five hundred gigs. A year and the year before. It was twenty. Gigs i just been sorta slow and steady. You know through recessions and pandemics. Well for the but in general. I've just always kinda cruised along. You know done pretty well The gigs have been there. And i don't think i've ever felt drought of gigs or something like that. The music itself. Of course you know since. We're talking about banjos here. You have You know you have things like the beverly hillbillies that's how badly gotten to. The manjula is sort of like it's big burst. One thing. suddenly. Everyone gets into that and then bonnie and clyde. That was another one. A lot of people foggy mountain breakdown. At those car chases a gun play the banjo and then dueling banjos. Was another one so you have those those three big explosions of people love the mantle. Gotta get into this And then in more recent times. Steve martin getting back into the banjo in a pretty big way. Turing was the steep canyon rangers a lot of people on my site. You know. there's a little place where you can say to get started. Well steve martin heard steve martin play on television or in front of you know three thousand people. So he's done a lot in recent times to really help propelled the forward in a more steady way over time and he put out two albums of just banjo music. you know. Starting eight years ago nine years ago. Whatever it was so that had a big influence did you see. Did you see. Would you have thought that mumford and sons had any influence in people being interested in banjo. It probably help some I can't say exactly how much 'cause it's sort of a different scene. And i think here and there you know. I don't always know how people got into the bachelor. I mean i'm sort of the front lines of teaching so people will sometimes say and i. I think some people have talked about that that the they've gotten it two or three months sons. Yeah does does your wife play by play. Does your wife play music. Tony and no. She's she does not. She's got a great musical sense and She she was a teacher for twenty five years retired since but she would she. would i play routine new tunes. She said that sounds really nice but got to put some more space. Put a put a pause in her. Because you know. I'm a banjo player. And you know. And so she'll she'll make suggestions like that and i will put a pause in there and it sounds better so she's she's got actually really good musical sensibilities and she had a concert series You're an town fairlon new jersey for four five years and she brought in like dil. Mccurry and peterborough in and loud wainwright pizza yours. You know like lists people on the scene so she loves music and has done a lot to promote it here and gives me all sorts of great ideas. So she's a. I married up as we like to say all banjo. Married up tony if they all you as well very much so yeah. I'm told that regular by my wife by other people so do is so do i. Were in the same boat. You strike be somebody. That has a lot of self-confidence you still struggle with any kind of inner critic or south dow's musically someone to answer that question. I i didn't interview on a couple of weeks ago. Him and someone said okay What does the question that no one has ever asked you before. And i and. I can't think of that of one you know. That's no one has ever asked literally owns ever asked me that. 'cause you're you're supposed to be self confidence. Of course. I never have any crisis of confidence. Yes i do. Of course. Very self critical. Would i playing When i listened back. I you know i mean i generally like the way i play. Let's put it that way. This brings up an interesting point. This guy john miller who is in our country cooking wonderfully he played bass the map of wonderful guitar player. Play country blues sort of thing and someone who said that someone asks. Who's your favorite guitar player. And he said my favorite guitar player and he was not negative so was just like i play what i wanna hear and i won't say that for me. I'd much rather hear earl's earl scruggs than me and i love hearing bail in every home and everybody else in less Sonny osborne on. And on but i like i like what i for the most part not always Because i play what. I wanna hear when when a play. I'm not saying my my favorite band player but having said that. I very self-critical because i used to play. I play I will take a lot of chances. Let's put them to say plot harebrained stuff. But i'm thinking about chances. And i still do and and i do that. When jammed out at the end of response artists works lessons in their time zone. I'll just fall off the ba- completely stop you know like banal barely making it through Because different ways to approach it earls rugs played scruggs style and he played within a certain with certain parameters who would change within those parameters and subtle ways. But with me. I can play scruggs style or melodic or single string these different styles. And i don't know what's gonna come out next in so I do these classes on. Improvisation some types of workshops and i for one of the workshops. I started writing down comments. My jazz players how they approach. Improvisation in one guy was saying I never improvise. I only ever buys. If i make a mistake and have to get out of it. Otherwise i know exactly what i'm gonna play all the time and then to korea in this interview i found said he does not gonna play half the time he just you know he said when miles davis would say. Play where you play what you don't know what it meant. Was you know rather than planning. Just start playing and see what comes out. And that's how. I approach it and in fact couple years maybe three years ago or so. I started getting nervous on stage. Because i'm about to take us all out you know. I have no idea what i'm gonna play. Which is however always played but suddenly it's sorta really struck me wait. I don't know you know. I did it and worked and it was okay but that was like getting that little trepidation at lake anyway. I'm really long linda. I'm sorry but i just don't want it on but basically i do have very self critical plank. So let's say you speaking about variation there which i almost desperately want to learn more about so you know. I grew up for so many years playing irish music and and really confined in the modality of ours music which is very like an old time fiddle june. Sure so for somebody like me. I always feel that. I didn't learn all of the different musical modes and scales and cars and everything that would give me ed different paths that i could take on the banjo if per chance. I came across the situation where i had to play a solo in june and go completely blank inside white on the outside and go holy god and then just go to low tremolo which i could do better than anybody else and that kind of saves my bacon. Where would where would one start.
Sweden Has Intel on Potential New Afghan Attack
"Leaders fear another terror attack in Kabul could be imminent in the wake of the first day attacks general Frank McKenzie the Central Command chief overseeing the evacuation and COBOL warned that more were possible an American commanders working with the Taliban to prevent them meanwhile Swedish foreign minister I'm Linda this treated we have renewed information about the high terrorist threat in the area around Kabul that pulled but she offered no details scenes of chaos desperation and horror from the apple have transfixed the world I'm Charles the last month
Lawyers Allied With Trump Penalized Over Michigan Lawsuit
"A federal judge has issued a scathing rebuke of nine lawyers aligned with former president trump who face sanctions over their challenge of Michigan's election results the nine lawyers are facing financial penalties and other sanctions as US district judge Linda Parker said a lawsuit they filed last fall was a sham intended to deceive the court and the public she accuses the lawyers of abusing the court system challenging Joe Biden's victory after the state had certified its election results she says the attorneys which includes Sidney Powell and Lynn would scorn their oath the judges as the city of Detroit and the state of Michigan to tally up how much defending that lawsuit cost I'm Jacki quit
Impeachment: American Crime Story Tells Monica Lewinsky's Side of the Clinton Scandal
"Crime story impeachment which come on september seventh if i if i run my dates correctly. Here's my big takeaway from the abundance of trailers at they have released for this in the last three weeks. Really like quite a push. So and i think i'm starting to get the feeling like this is going to be an american story o. Oj simpson moment. Where i think we're going to revisit a lot of the stuff from the clinton impeachment monica etc. But i have a question about all these trailers. We still haven't gotten a significant amount of time with clive owen. His bill clinton which leads me to believe. They're either sitting on marlon brando in the godfather level performance or marlon brando. Doctor moreau level performance. Like it's it's going to be one or the other that is definitely a take and you may right. I choose to think about it slightly differently. Which is they have two things one. It's very very hard. I mean presidential performances especially in this era are almost uniformly imitations right and it's distracting to be like oath. He's just like bill clinton. Yeah whatever Falco place. Hillary clinton like i think it was a smart move to minimize them in the trailer because immediately becomes about. Wow clive owen. Doing a great job being bill clinton sure in it's distracting from the show. They wanna tell. I think the second piece of it is the from my understanding of it. The reason to tell the story about something that you know obviously isn't fresh and a lot of people's minds but i for people of our age our generation certainly is. Is it for. Sarah paulson to win more awards. That's going to happen. But i think it's more to tell the story of the monica lewinsky and linda tripp and people who were actually the prime movers of this. That shook the firmament that the much larger figures were resting
How Are the Latinx Community Represented on TV
"Latino and latina representation in film and television is an age old conversation topic and despite some recent milestones. The numbers are still pretty disappointing. According to a recent study by the la times latinos and latinas are underrepresented across all aspects of television and film productions despite making up nearly twenty percent of the us population that dino's and latina's constitute only six percent of main cast members less than nine percent of writers seven percent of directors and six percent of senior executives. The presence of african and indigenous latinos in the industry is even smaller but statistics can only tell us so much how latino individuals and communities are portrayed. Onscreen is another part of the conversation. That's why today we're taking you behind the scenes with two award winning latino creators were breaking stereotypes about how our communities are depicted on television. Stephen canals and linda evatt charges. My name is steven canals. I am co-creator executive producer writer and director of the f. Extra series pose. The category is hosed centers. The black and latin queer and trans individuals who are part of the new york city. Underground ballroom community as they are navigating the difficulties of the hiv as and crack epidemic of the eighties and early nineties. Stephen was born and raised in the bronx to an afro. Puerto rican mother and an african american dad. He made history when posed premiered in twenty eighteen featuring the largest cast of transgender actors in tv history
McCarthy Derides Kinzinger and Cheney As "Pelosi Republicans"
"Testimony on the capital riot starts today in Washington. CBS is Linda Kenyon reports. The committee was supposed to be composed of 13 members, eight Democrats and five Republicans. But House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy pulled all five of his members after Speaker Pelosi rejected two of them. Even before McCarthy pulled his members. Pelosi had named Republican list Cheney to take one of the Democratic seats and Pelosi later appointed Republican Adam Kinzinger. Their appointments prompted McCarthy to call them Pelosi Republicans, while Cheney and Kinzinger shot back calling
Haiti: U.S. Delegation Departs Shortly After Arrival, Gunshots Heard at President's Funeral
"In Haiti following the month's assassination of its president, this month's assassination. The United States delegation was rushed out of the country today after guns Shots rang out at the slain president's funeral. In a sign of the chronic violence that has plagued Haiti and recently punctuated by the assassination of its president. Jovan Elmo, is the U. S delegation led by the U. S. S. U. N Ambassador Linda Thomas Greenfield had to be briskly escorted back to the airport and to the U. S. After gunshots were heard at the funeral for the slain leader, CBS News
Two Tiny House Instructors On "What We Wish We Knew Before We Started"
"Are i. I'm here with linda menard. Linda is a natural co-conspirator who has lived out her own questions around intentional. Living less stuff and happiness. She has resided in a travel trailer. Yurt backyard cottage and three and counting. Tiny houses on wheels routed through a background in sustainable design. Build and urban planning luna has also has a pension for experiential learning and healthy communities. She has found her niche nestled between small spaces collaborative education and community planning when a monarch welcome back to the tiny house lifestyle. Podcast thank you so it'd be back. Yeah glad glad to be here chatting with you and We've been meeting now since it's july and we've been meeting since february working on the curriculum for tiny house considerations and it's it's really good and i wanna tell people about it but the title of this episode is what we wish we knew before we started building and i think i think we should give people a little taste of of some of those things. Do you wanna you wanna go first with with something you wish you knew. Maybe we'll each do too. We'll start there. Yeah i think one of the things. I really wish i knew was how long it was going to take. And how to figure that out because we followed in the footsteps of some really awesome people like dee williams and brittany younger who had designed and built their own tiny houses And you know. Maybe i'm just not quite the powerhouse. There are some pretty awesome. You be but but you know they. They built their homes. Pretty darn quick and And i was a little bit A little bit slower in my building. I kind of wish. I had understood a little bit more all the different things that went into building a tiny house so that i was ready to really dedicate the time and energy to it and and really had a good sense of all the steps in sequence.
Pentagon Reviewing Haiti's Request for Military Support
"Now the United States is pitching in with Hades investigation into the assassination of its president, CBS News reporter Linda Kenyan with more At the request of Haiti. The U. S is sending a technical team to that nation to help determine security and other needs following last week's assassination of Haiti's president that also injured Haiti's first lady, A Biden administration official says President Biden will be briefed by the team when it returns and then we'll make decisions about the way forward. The US earlier rebuffed Haiti's request to send American armed forces to that
Marc Jacobs Runway Sets Bergdorf Goodman as Exclusive Retail Partner
"Jacobs is partnering with bergdorf goodman as the designers exclusive retail partner. So marc jacobs skipped the past two seasons of showing a collection which is significant. He presented his fall collection at the new york public library and projected the runway show on the building of bergdorf goodman on fifth avenue simultaneously which is pretty dope. It marks the beginning of a partnership between the designer and a store. Just a new iteration with that. Because he's been a part of that store for a long time bergdorf goodman will be the exclusive retailer to sell his runway collection. This fall it will be in stores and online and october jacobs said that the store has been a supporter of his since the mid nineteen ninety s the bergdorf goodman fashion director. Linda fargo said quote. I think we've had him at bergdorf since the mid nineteen ninety s. And as far as i'm concerned he's as much a part of the fabric of the store as the main floor chandelier adorable compliment to be compared to a lamp. I may add like you all sparkley. You are part of this building. The collection will not be available in jacob's own stores. That's this significant like they are the exclusive partner. His stores will only feature his contemporary. The marc jacobs line his street. Where line haven or his off price
Interview With Dr. Lynda Ulrich of Ever Widening Circles
"Linda. Welcome on the podcast. No i so excited to talk to you at. I had a conversation recently. And i think we were both just recognizing that we were both seeing the same wave and talking to people that means there's multiples of great people out there you've discovered some. I've discovered some the guys. I just talked on a different podcast have discovered. It is okay we got this blows me away. I was really excited. Discovering your podcast and i think you're count on ever. Widening circles is over fourteen hundred articles. But i would love to start off. Can you just tell us a little bit. About how ever widening circles came into being and what it stands for yet. So i i like to frame my story. as an impossibility for everyone. I always had this feeling that. I i had calling. There was something i was supposed to do. And i was doing really good things. There are so many of us who find professional lives in various industries. I i was a dentist for twenty two years. And gosh i was fixing teeth as computers in two thousand three. That's like the top one percents of dennis and using micro cameras and ease with technology. And so i had a really good professional life going. I don't think anybody in the right mind would have geared from that track. My husband's a a dentist. We we have a decent. Have some cestari of sorrow a our fortieth wedding anniversary is next sunday. Not all been peaches and cream and perseverance there and that that gets you through the hard times. But but here's how i come to talk to you. At i all my life i felt like i was built to contribute to contribute something unique and i now have talked to so many thought leaders people doing what you do. People that are multipliers. The goodness of others. That's starting to think we're all built to contribute something unique.
Nationwide Blood Shortage Forces Some Hospitals to Delay Surgeries
"Officials say it's causing some hospitals to put off surgeries. Linda Gelsor with Carter Blood Care says with the pandemic, the ice storms and now the school being out for the summer. It's a perfect storm for disaster. Some people in the industry are calling us a 30 year low because they've never seen such a low blood shortage before and in the Dallas Fort Worth area. We are seeing the lowest levels we've ever seen. She encourages people to give blood Whenever you can. You can call or text to make an appointment or walk into a site nearby. A Delta variant is spreading
Biden Pushes Infrastructure Plan in Wisconsin
"Was on the road yesterday. The subject infrastructure Capitol Hill correspondent Linda Kenyan is with us for that, Linda Michael President Biden makes a personal appeal for infrastructure. It's a full court press. This is a generational investment President Biden taking his message to Wisconsin generational investment to modernize our infrastructure. Creating millions of good paying jobs That's not coming from me has come from Wall Street, millions of good paying jobs and position America to compete. The rest of the world in the 21st century. The $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure deal is proof, says the president, that Democrats and Republicans can work together to make big investments in America's future. America has always been propelled. The future by landmark national investments. Investments and only the government. Has the capacity to make. And to do that, says Biden. Congress must pass the infrastructure deal that invests in traditional infrastructure like building and maintaining roads, highways, bridges, power systems and more. The president's speech in Wisconsin traveled the same theme as an op ed, he wrote for Yahoo News, which said. In part, neither Democrats nor Republicans got everything they wanted in this agreement, but that's what it means to compromise and reach consensus. The very heart of democracy. The president went on to say when we negotiate in good faith and come together to get big things done. We begin to break the ice. The too often has kept us frozen in place and prevented us from solving the real problems Americans face. Those problems include crumbling roads, one in five miles of highway. Roads in America are in poor condition, one in five miles. Some states. It's worse where the weather is tougher. It will be tough to pass the infrastructure deal if it is coupled with a second infrastructure bill called the American Families plan. But President Biden has D link the two clarifying his earlier comments that he would not sign one infrastructure bill without the other. This
Microsoft Is Not Your Friend
"Microsoft managed to Let linda interesting pace of new slip out the door on a friday afternoon last week. Talk us through it. So microsoft have admitted that they managed to get a computer of customer service. People compromised by the russians and that a bunch of data from accessible from that machine or whether there was more than ever movement little unclear information that was accessible by this customer service. President was in walked out the door and used the target Other microsoft customers. Am i package this up with some other information about ongoing attacks from the same russian kind of espn crew. That was behind. Solo wins attacking brute forcing credentials. Trying to kind of you know make it a part of that story but yes they got themselves earned and we don't know a whole bunch more other than that. Yeah it looks kind of bad. Yeah i mean they buried that little facts about halfway through a blog post about ooh fresh activity from these really sophisticated russians and it looks like maybe what happened is joseph men from rytas found out and he started asking questions and then bang outcomes this blog post so i mean you got to ask the question. How long did they know about that. Four and my guess is for quite a long time before last. Friday microsoft is really being quite not exactly being forthcoming. Let's put it. That way. And i knew about it for quite a while and only talk about it now. Exactly right. i mean we've seen so many supply chain attacks over the years but mark soft as such the middle of the world for software supply chain cloud service supply chain in the middle of everyone's business like they are the biggest target. There is that type of of supply chain and even just taking information using the target customers. You know with through phishing through brute forcing or whatever else fair enough but you got so many options marks of this just such a big place and they got so many things they gotta get right so many stops computers so many systems they really have to be at the top of the game defensively but also in terms of being honest with customers
Linda Dynan, Northern Kentucky University Hospital Safety and Quality
"Most of us think of hospitals as places. We go in order to get well when we are too ill to recover from illness or injury at home. Researchers many disciplines and healthcare providers are striving to make sure that is true. I'm economist studies how to improve healthcare. Which means either we can improve access to in the quality of healthcare at the same cost or maintain access and quality but produce these at lower cost in two thousand report documented. The alarming incidents and cost preventable adverse events or patient safety events in america's hospitals reporting that as many as ninety eight thousand people die in hospitals every year as a result of preventable medical errors since then government agencies and hospitals have worked to measure medical error and provide incentives for hospitals to minimize these events. This is where my research comes in. What types of policies are effective in reducing medical error but types of investments hospitals lead to improvements in patient safety information technology nurse. Training empowering frontline caretakers to signal problems. Once we know what works. How do we get hospitals to adopt these systems and processes. How do we make these changes. Sustainable what have we learned where we can do better. We've seen improvement in many measures of hospital. Quality preliminary results indicate increased expenditure on the education and training of nursing staff. Non data processing produce improvements in patient. Safety context matters. that is each hospital's different in quality. Improvement efforts needs to be tailored to each environment. Incentives also matter government policies related to value based care and non payment encourage hospitals to change behaviors to improve outcomes. Healthcare workers are motivated to do the right thing but doing the right things often costly and we have much more to learn.
Breaking Through Your Own Glass Ceiling with Linda Gonzalez
"Linda. Welcome back to government bam thank you. It's great to be back. Yes so there's a new book that's been birth dead. We'll talk about that. And i love the topic because i think it's something that's often overlooked for people of color because the message of lake make it happen put the mindset make the vision board yes listener. She's rolling her eyes. As i'm saying no so those are all important. They're not bad. And there's the and behind it. That's right your coach. Amoco we believe mindset is important and there's also the own internalised ceilings that happen with people of color because of the system the system was not built for us not ultra. How did this come about their coach for many many years. And as i say in the book my clients never come to me and say leaned. I wanna break through my own glass ceiling. They say. I want to reach these goals. Or i have really been working on these goals. And i keep hitting up against things. They always somehow think it's something that they haven't done Right so one. Of the most important messages i began to have to give my clients is. It's not your fault. it's not that you're not trying hard enough. There are so many message we got especially as people of color by pack as immigrants or children of immigrants that we just have to try really hard. We have to get a good formal education and we have to reach at least middle class status. And that somehow poof. Like magic there's no oppression there's no klutzy lane and yet and still we look at only s. I mean there is almost like two cents difference in what women earned two men in like the last forty years. Right we're still fighting for our civil rights. people are still fighting for. Civil rights are being. Caged are being deported are being killed. I mean it's like are you watching the same world. I am
Linda Thomas-Greenfield Talks About Her Experiences as a Career Diplomat
"Ambassador. Linda thomas greenfield. Thank you very much for coming to the podcast and jonathan. Thank you for inviting me. So we are speaking on the day that the president of the united states is going to do something. I didn't even know it was on the radar and that is to sign the bill into law that makes juneteenth a federal holiday. And you're going to the white house to be there for the signing talk about the significance of this day. While i just getting to this day so i i was remembering as i heard that the senate had passed. This and i was shocked because it wasn't on the radar. And i remember the battle that had to be fought to get martin. Luther king's The martin luther king holiday. And so when i heard this i i was a little surprised and i thought it can't be true it. They can't pass this and of course when he goes to the house. It'll that's when the fight will start and there was no fight and If passed and so it is historic and. I'm just
"long linda" Discussed on World Cafe
"This is the world cafe. I'm rena doris loretta. Lynn has lived life. That is almost hard to believe a mother of six who grew up in kentucky haller and married young she balanced her family and her career and became one of the biggest country stars in america and her songs which often told stories and shared honest truths about the experience of being a woman in america. Something that wasn't usually centered in the country. Music world though songs are a big part of her enduring legacy on her fiftieth studio album. Her she revisit some of those songs like her nineteen seventy-one hit coal miner's daughter. It tells the story of her childhood daughter. Ina cabin on your we were. We had that one thing that that he made. Sure we'll call to make a poor man Daddy all day. Long linda of corn. Mommy raw and read everything awful her new album.
"long linda" Discussed on Atheist Nomads
"So walls. Are you going to do so if you look at. What do the adventists do. They have the adventist health message. It is one of the core things that they push out onto. Everyone ties vegetarianism. They do cooking classes on how to eat less meat. Knee healthier basically how to be about how to cook vegetarian meals. Okay with the family. They do cooking classes as a way of proselytizing. Stop smoking classes as a way of proselytizing but the basic premise there is they push that the ideal is the big the eden diet. Oh barf so. What did people eat. In the garden of eden. It was all fruits and vegetables so it was vegan. And that's not you know. Most people can't handle doing that so it's a vegetarian. Diet is kind of pushed as the reasonable ideal. And when you get. The terrorism preached every so often and have pressure every week to do vegetarian and have to do potlucks anywhere from once a week to once a month where you have to bring to vegetarian dish. Yeah it really is the pri. The pressure is on to not eat much meat so no shit adventists her healthier they also are way less likely to drink and smoke and do drugs and yeah they're going to be healthier shocking. The fda even a couple of years ago came out saying that the haystack. The adventist haystack not the mormon haystack. Which is very different. Which is basically tortilla chips with a layer of beans cheese lettuce olive salsa maybe ranch. It's a taco salad that you make yourself. It was deemed by the fda to be the most balanced meal in america. The fda did a press release on that. Yeah and i'm sure and adventists lead that little announcement possible that was in the administration that so that was before trump put a adventists into a high ranking government position but he was in the housing of urban development not. Okay well the reason. Why i say that is because if the fda was doing a review on the most healthy meals somebody had mentioned an adventist. Haystack that was a study. That was only a couple years after the last long linda. Study came out on these adventists vegetarians. Living way longer than anybody else in the somebody gave that to them to study in the first place thus introducing bias india. Whole the the other thing. I have to find out about the loma linda. Study is that is also one of the richest adventists communities because it's got a medical school and a hospital. A huge percentage of the adventists in loma. Linda california work at the hospital university and make really good money. That study. did not control for socioeconomic status. Yeah you can't when you're doing a study where everyone is upper middle class or upper upper class. Yeah enjoy your fresh veggies nares but it is interesting though that adventists were ahead of conventional medicine and research and dietary study and all of that on how to eat the healthiest way specifically in the us because in the rest of the developed world. They're doing fine. This is specifically in american problem and the adventists church even though most of its members are not in. America is historically an american church. Almost exclusively. Yeah it was all for not good science reasons. It started off with james white and joseph bates figuring out that. Oh you should probably be going to church on saturday not sunday and then they kept looking at the bible and they found. Oh it says here. In leviticus you shouldn't eat pork or shellfish. So they stopped eating pork and shellfish. So is there like a menu listed in the bible about what they ate in the garden of eden. No that is assumed by god after the flood telling noah and his children and their wives that they can now eat animals which implies that they didn't before that. But if god said it's okay to eat animals then why wouldn't you listen to that. The principle here is sanctified. -cation that when you are saved you need to start doing you will naturally start doing better and be moving closer and closer to being as good as you'll be in heaven as you live your life and in heaven there won't be any death so obviously you won't be eating meat even though god said clearly that it's ok diaz. That's just weird. You don't have to go back to the garden of eden for for you know a menu option. He very clearly says one thing. Now then in leviticus pacific specific that you can only eat the meat of cloven hoofed animals and fish scales and birds that aren't raptors or scavengers and okay. Well a lot more specific very specific rules so that they they follow those. They ignored literally a couple of versus later where it starts talking about blood and cooking young goats in their mother's milk. Nice avance ignore those parts. Not that anybody's really going round creamy. Go curry knows how good that but when it really started to pick up was with james white clearly guiding his wife because she never mentioned masturbation in any of her writings he wrote about it almost constantly. That's all the terry vice is what he called it. And what i refer to when i'm ice cream. Been gene. they came up with the idea that to prevent young men for masturbating. All you needed to do was not excite the senses So that's where all the boring food comes in. it had nothing like you would. This is the same premise as why women should not wear low cut shirts as you don't want to incite the senses of young men. They took pass that to meet is stimulating. Hot and strong beverages are stimulating. I love the hot beverages so no alcohol and no coffee or tea. Noko hot cocoa in a moderate adventist household is okay any liberal adventists household coffees. Okay in a conservative adventist household..
"long linda" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"How do you go to the bathroom? Yeah, I'll do that last thing that that's the question that literally everyone asks him and and I'm sure he gets real sick of that question, because that's a skill to be able to go to the bathroom of eight hours of uninterrupted football. John sending what you got for Cam Lynch Cam, So break it down for me. So the people inside Ray J. They'll get this unique experience assed far as after the quarter. You and Scott Hansen on the on the big screen. Is that how this is gonna work? Yes, exactly. I know wherever her now You probably hear the sound in the background so yet, But this is the stadium will be able to get them And then we'll have a reported put apple so hopefully we've ever shared with the world. You have to be in the same addictive Maybe we could ask you to go live when they're all over Instagram. But you have to be instated for this. Well, we know you're going to kill us, man. Kill it, man. I hope you don't kill us. You've already made us proud and and you made us even prouder with what you're going to pull off on Sunday, dude and congrats. You're a good dude. Hustler. You deserve this. And so much more man Proud of you can Man. Thank you, fellas. Hell, yeah. We love you, buddy. Love you, man. Must love much love peace out. That's so cool, man. I mean, you want to talk about a guy who knew exactly what he was gonna do was really laying the groundwork for his future while still playing in the league. There are a lot of guys who want to do exactly what Cam has been able to do. So damn proud of him. Now we first met him when DJ Deacon Asked if we would do him a favor and meet a former bucks Flora bucks player at the time who had interest in broadcasting? Yeah, I remember that day vividly. It was a pickles and lemonade. It was the pickles and lemonade day and I remember he can came up here. We met very briefly, and then he became kind of a regular fixture on the show. He would come in after practice. We got to hang with him. He was curious and about. Not only we were doing on the air, but behind the scenes and and clearly That all paid off. Remember? He had us out to practice that day. We got toe hanging in the locker room Got to stand just 3 ft. From Chris Conte is his shirtless body was rubbed down. You've got to show Mike Evans some shirtless, placing yourself in a phone. I attempted. Still a big regret to this day I had my I had my phone in my hand ready to get the selfie as I was in my Mike Evans jersey. And then somebody in the group. I believe said, Hey, he wants to show you some pictures of himself in a chastity belt, I think is what it was. And my Kevin. I think it is the exact quote was. Oh, hell, no. And then he ran away. So we're having a great conversation. Before that we were Mm. Good, dude. And then we got to talk to Fitzpatrick for a second. That was at the peak of fits magic. Just Momenta. And I remember being in off his beard on his face and his presence with the kids around in the locker room. And we're just like we love you, Fitzy. James was there too, I guess. Yeah. You gotta live alone. Who are you? Hey, drew. Good afternoon, man. Happy Friday. Do you approach John? It's condo. John. We know Condo, John. What's up, dude? How much brother Hey, listen, I wanted to say that was one of the best interviews that you've had cameras. Awesome. Met him when he was over there with the vipers. Really Nice down to Earth guy. And I just wanted to say go bucks and you guys have Ah, safe and bus weekend. Thanks, man. All right, definitely sincere. Praise. That is definitely one of the best interviews I've ever done. Condo, John, clearly not a big fan of the interviews that have happened on the show. I mean, don't get me wrong. It was great that we we touch, baby. It was also two minutes long. Linda Cohn and I would introduce you to the 30 plus minutes with John Travolta. Maybe. Everybody likes different things. John's to Trust me. I mean with in the Super Bowl moment. Yeah, it was pretty great. Speaking of DJ ikan, I'd be remiss if I didn't At least you know, there are a lot of buck rallying songs like a lot of people are making a lot of bucking songs right now. And rolling in the bay. Is by iconic rapper Tom G. O. Is it like a like a doubt rolling in the bay is like that. No, Um oh, it's zoo. Good idea. It's DJ E can co producing with DJ Spin. Deanna Jones. He's a real nice guy in the world was a real nice guy. On and the song features Tom G. Hi Ro. The poet Love him Priceless. Scott, Pete Sway ver n B. C B. C and it's rolling in the bay. And it's pretty cool. We love you weaken even such a good dude and hears his song. Love you can. Thanks for tracing us camp, details a bucket to you. Well now. I only have this nice woman like.
"long linda" Discussed on Jay Bird Watching
"I might be moving the problems around a little bit. But we're getting somebody that would probably be better than some of the random free agent arms. We could have gotten on the on the free agent market. That's the only thing i am not saying. Jimmy act police act that there are number five guy but you know if there was all of a sudden hope for the continued. Resurgence of carlos. Carrasco i might comprehend Throwing brielle into that package. Because i'm fixing a couple of things but straight out can't do it on the prospect capital thing. That's exclusively windows. You're gonna talk. It has nothing to do with it. I knew we had this long Linda would lock up real deal with us. For whenever the extension would be is completely contingent on him putting that signature to the blue jays contract paper period just like affiliated with right holiday and i thought honestly that at the time that was honestly a great trade. It didn't turn out as high in. Hindsight is great for the blue jays but in all reality guys wanna talk about that we get we turn all that shit and devon travis for a couple of good years so there's definitely a lot worse things that can happen but i think that's what we those are the kind of examples that i think the blue jays should be following in this situation here that the god If you want this to happen and you want the in. This is the price of admission. You need to make sure that this happens before we pull the trigger on this completely Last thing i'll say is. Cleveland came back to toronto and the blue jays asked. Okay you get exclusive rights to talk to francisco and do your best to sign to an extension but you gotta throw in another top twenty prospect signing fuck up because if you can guarantee that you have indoor for twenty twenty one and twenty twenty two n beyond for maybe another three or four years. That's worth throwing in that extra now. The thing that. I'm happy doing that even if you do. Only at the two extra years on top of this coming season for three seasons total. I think exist. Let's just lay it up. That's the blue jays window. It's starting as early as this season. Yup but that you're really looking that the main core of where this team is pointing a lesser is some giant change which we could make this while the prospect capital. They have twenty two twenty. Twenty two and twenty twenty. Three is really the big prime windows. They should be striking while the irons hot totally totally. Well let's move on from somebody who isn't signed beyond this year to somebody who is Let's start with nolan earn auto in colorado. That's another name. That's come up over the last off season or to A guy that clearly the rockies want to dump that impressively huge contract off on somebody and if they found somebody to take on that full deal maybe the price is a little bit than what it would be if the rockies eight money So why don't we start with you craig. On this one.
"long linda" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"So of course she's gonna support Joe Biden and Brian, can you get him on voting for Jeez, you sound like a liberal yourself. So you know, I guess you're going to be voting for Joe Biden. And you sound like a liberal trump because I really love my freedom and I want to keep it in shock today and good luck. I ask questions Recall. I wanted to ask Lisa question about how Joe Biden is going to take her freedom away. But we didn't get an opportunity to do that, because she hung up the phone. That's cowardly, Lisa. I'd love to know. How is Joe Biden going? Take your freedom away. If you'd like to call back. I'd love to know how. How. How. Joe Biden is going to take all your freedoms away. Let's go to Linda. Linda is next on the Vegas. Take Linda. What's going on? I would sub Linda. Hi, guys. I may have missed this somewhere along the line, but Did we ever get a count of how many people caught the virus with the three months of looting and rioting course. No, Absolutely not. No. I mean, I was just kind of curious. Obviously not Linda, can I respond? Can I respond to that? Linda, if I may As I have, and I don't think any of this is funny. I know my co host is laughing. I don't think it's funny when anybody gets the virus, a CZ. I've said time and time again, Linda. They're both wrong. Holding black lives matter Protest even though it might be outside. Is wrong when you're not practicing social distancing and wearing a mask. It's wrong. But here's a big difference. Linda, which I hope you would understand where I'm coming from. Which is this? The president of the United States. Is supposed to show leadership. And while I agree with you that any protest does not practice social distancing is wrong and it's dangerous. And I've said that on the radio time and time again, it's also extremely appalling and dangerous when the president of the United States has no problem holding rallies with tens of thousands of people that are not practicing social, distancing and wearing masks. All he needs to say is I want you to come to my rally re require That you wear a mask and you practice social distancing Linda, would you agree with that? Well, yeah, that part I do, but even nothing at George Floyd's funeral. You can't tell a that pictures that why I agree with Linda. How long have you been listening to this show? Linda. How long? Linda. How long have you been listening to this show for quite a while. Okay, So did you hear the show for an hour when I blasted that funeral? For our differences. You We don't hear their statistics on it. You we We know you don't think it was right. We all look I don't have the statistics. I don't know. Because they don't tell you that. But I'm telling you, they okay, well, you let me ask you a question you, Anthony found she even went as far as to say. That there was no proof that the virus was spreading because of a black lives matter. Protests a Linda, I don't have. I don't have numbers for you to make stuff up and say how many people might have contracted the virus from a funeral or a black lives matter. All I have is this Stanford study and I would hope that we all would agree. That what the president is doing and what these protestor doing is irresponsible. It's spreading the virus. I don't want people to get the virus regardless of their political affiliation. I don't want people to die. The president is the leader of the free world, Linda and he needs to set the standard for America and I do appreciate the call. All right. Do we have enough time for one more? Let's go to Kevin. Kevin. I got about one minute free, my friend. What's going on? What's up? I was wondering.
"long linda" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Corona viruses stage of coronavirus big changes expected when commuters start riding subways again W. C. zero Lee Kessler reports social distancing will still be in effect so the MTA is considering requiring straphangers to reserve a subway seat ahead of time to cut down on overcrowding CEO Pat voice says he's also considering putting markings on the trains to help writers know how far to sit and stand from one another everyone will still have to wear a mask and for warrants at subway stations may smell of cleaning products because of overnight disinfecting I'm Sarah Lee counselor for seventy seven W. A. B. C. news why do these police unions are calling for the city's health commissioner to be fired following an argument over mass for police officers made a blouse you is now weighing the Blasio not defending the health commissioner but says he is awaiting details over the argument is what is being reported as accurate the commissioner needs to apologize to the men and women of the NYPD NYPD chief Terry Monahan asked for five hundred thousand more masks to protect officers from corona virus back in March apparently health commissioner Dr oak Sears Barbeau told him she didn't care about police officers and used profanity insisting only fifty thousand would be made available the health department is that knowledge in what it calls a heated exchange I'm Kristin marks for seventy seven WABC news governor Cuomo says president trump is sending federal aid to support the financially struggling in TA I spoke with president trump this morning we spoke again about the state funding issues he heard me out I've also asked them to expedite certain payments three point nine billion dollar lump sum of funds will go to the transit agency which oversees New York city buses subways as well as commuter rails to the Hudson Valley and Long Island Cuomo says the state is facing a sixty billion dollar deficit Jersey governor Phil Murphy announcing the Jersey Shore will be open for Memorial Day after months at home I know many families probably measured in the hundreds of thousands if not millions can not wait for a day either down this sure or alongside one of our lakes talk to Rick bright testifying before a house panel about the serious consequences of what he called the delayed response to the corner of our spend down without better planning twenty twenty could be the darkest winter in modern history stoning words from Dr bright the immunologist who says he lost his government job for warning the trump administration to better prepare for the coronavirus and he's not backing off from his bleak forecast if we fail to improve our response now based on science I fear the pandemic will get worse and be pro longed Linda Kenyon Washington down before the bell up to under.
"long linda" Discussed on #SUNDAYCIVICS
"But also if you are in the position to help others to please do so now third thing. I want you to do. Complete the census. Yes that's right Maybe you thought it was over because there was census day. But it's not over. We are still in the period of self reporting and the administration has actually extended that. And even though you don't see people out on the street because we're all in our homes we still need to complete the census. Think about this right. Some of us in our communities are experiencing our hospitals being overrun Are experiencing or understand the resources the lack of resources on different agencies on a local level a state level Our hospital funding and support those numbers. Come from the census right. There's a direct correlation there in terms of understanding how many people are in a neighborhood. How many people are in a community in order to have the resources to service that population and that includes something like medical care so completing the census is a civic action that we can complete right now and if you have done so already text a friend call a friend Even in your ongoing conversation this week if you need an opportunity or something to talk about with family and friends since this is an opportunity and just set up a call set up a conversation and let's say let's all poor glass of wine and complete our senses together or help somebody complete. There's the next. Item is preserving our voting rights now Election Bates are changing and there is a national conversation about supporting financially. Mailing voting or absentee voting. So you need to check your state's rules on absentee or mail in voting because there are a number of states that already have this in practice. Twenty eight states already even before this process on the covert nineteen Process Could vote by absentee some states. Have you know you need a particular excuse? Like you're sick or things and in other states have no excuse absentee ballot where you could just request a ballot to be mailed to you In order for you to Castro ballot for an election. So I want you a later. This week If you have an opportunity to look up your state's rules and see how the conversation is shifting and changing about Mellon voting and. Make sure that you know the dates and the deadlines you know how to apply. And if there's already the process up and running go ahead and apply and you can get it out of the way and your you know your ballot will be mailed to you so that you can still do that. Part of your civic duty of Voting in our process last lean. Because it didn't WANNA give make this list too long. Linda voice to the recovery As Congress your state and your local government is passing laws and implementing policy to get us through this crisis. Your Voice is also necessary. Your experience is necessary. I've seen a lot of conversation on social media on the different platforms about people in different categories. Whether you're a good gig worker whether you're a small business owner Attend Ninety nine worker All these different categories who are saying that they didn't quite fit in the box that is being established by certain Legislation coming out of the federal government of the last three bills that have passed on some small business. Owners are saying that while this may exist it may exist on paper actually applying for it is difficult if it's based upon two thousand eighteen numbers twenty nine hundred numbers so you lifting up your voice and saying how The recovery needs to impact you and whatever category that you are in is extremely important and look all of our elected officials are trying to stay engaged with folks so they're doing zoom calls and Google hangouts and facebook live and you know having lots of conversations with their constituents in a in an effort.
"long linda" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Give us a call and we'll take some calls on this hello right maybe not we're doing two things at once here I know I'm also looking at rods wiki page just real quick rod Blagojevich born December tenth nineteen fifty six an American politician serves as the forty of the governor of Illinois that's on you Illinois from two thousand three and tell his impeachment conviction and removal from office in two thousand nine a Democrat state representative before being elected to the house when we made a big trip overseas to god it was a crew was Croatia or Serbia I'm not sure with with Jesse GI with Jesse Jackson to win this secure the release of a prisoner there one point and they walk to Jesse did those does to people what was it off the plane or off the tarmac with their hands raised and they were chanting something reminiscent of a Martin Luther king marching trying to remember if it was it wasn't free at last but maybe it was something like that it was just it was it was the epitome of Jesse Jackson rod Blagojevich grandstanding if ever there was it was an early moment for rod will go if it's still was seen as a presidential contender well he we've learned by listening to him that he saw himself in many ways well but I mean he wasn't the only one with a pipe dream he was good looking he was from a big I don't need to sell his resume at the time he was he was an up and give us a Gary Hart he was an up and comer I wouldn't go that far he was the son in law of a very powerful northwest side alderman and that helped who won a seat in Congress and was ambitious I'm lucky came back anyone anyone governor that's a big deal and he had this thing and it was golden and he wasn't going to give it up Anthony are on WGN radio your thoughts let's take some phone calls go ahead Anthony you're on the air quick I think the men that will lead to begin with and I think trump good thing I'm glad you called thank you Sir Joyce you're on WGN what about brought blog will get now you're on the air well I'm okay with him getting out I think he paid it do you learn to collectors and he's all of the children childhood Patty give us a call there's two for you thank you Joyce mark your on WGN body say mark you're on the air well you can make it three I I agree that he serve enough time but it has to come with a very important copy out that you stay five hundred feet away from a microphone or a TV good luck to us on that mark thanks for the call Mike WGN radio blog goes get now what do you say yeah so my problem is the guys never admitted any guilt or admitted that he did anything wrong and if you did then I would say he served up time but he still has never admitted that that's a good point thank you for the phone call Mike Steve wasn't that a factor in the sentencing or in the disposition of this case blog goes inability to tell the judge or anybody else yeah he was remorseful he I think that factored into it I why do you think Chicago is going after jussie Smollett still it's because they got their feelings hurt he didn't say the right things not because of a hundred and thirty thousand dollars Robert you're on WGN jump in there Robert what you want to say I don't think you got a long enough because I'm against the normalization of corruption is trying to make money from a political office in a way that the legal thank you but he's not being put to death for treason like they used to do back in the day because that's the case you know technically treatments against our country the normalization of corruption in Illinois what a brilliant call thanks for the thought on that Jim you're on WGN what do you say Jim you're on the air yeah I just wondered not sure if I'm for it yeah that stuff is any figure to be put on what the cost but the fact that you're all federal state what if I left I'll just that he was supposed to serve six more years what's it about what's the numbers of the hundred thousand dollars a year it takes to incarcerate somebody sold that you it's over half a million dollars well let like if they occur yeah but but don't be afraid yeah I guess so thanks for the call Tony you're on WGN body say Tony Hey I assume the rest gentlemen all so what we have trouble get another job on the outside I don't think you'll be able to practice law I don't think he'll be able I because we have just thanks for the call these are all good questions and I don't know what the ramifications are of the sentence commutation well we know we won't get his pension John Kenny vote can you run for office can be practiced law in Illinois I believe all three are still true he wasn't pardoned right that's it his sentence was set aside a so so he is still the convicted felon that he was when he went to jail he's just out of jail and but the only thing that's changed is his address so I think those things that applied when he was in jail are still true today so you're on WGN we're talking about rod to go if it's in the word is that the president is going to commute his sentence what do you say so pardon me Sir go ahead sue I'm we missed the first part what did you say I say I couldn't be happier it's about time thank you for that long Google zero okay okay Maurice you're on WGN go ahead Maurice you're on the air yeah just wanted wasn't here are all pretty plea deal before you one area of soul would be of that out by now I don't remember that yeah I because I don't know what else he will what would he have given them in a plea agreement that they didn't have they wanted him I I don't think it was going to offer up his wife so I I'm not sure about that I'll tell you what if somebody can fill in the blank for me Maurice I'll take the call thank you bill you're on WGN hi bill Hey it's about time they let him out his board daughter the probably miss them and I just hope the family can get back together enjoy the rest of her life so the second question then after that is did you like him going in should we just lost it because I'm just wondering about that because a lot of people say you know and I think like you said a lot of people who think he's done enough time who don't necessarily arc kind of happy that he did some time yeah right I mean to truly if we had no history here we just said rod will go a village eight years ago is going to go to jail for eight years I think a lot of people would have felt that that was justice served bubbles fourteen now he's gonna get out six years early Sydney there in lies that question that's I think where I'm coming from Steve I always thought that the sentence was too long Linda you're on the air what did you say hi Linda I just wanted to say I believe with my that there should be a cabbie I you know he never apologize I think he's an arrogant SOB but also you know if he gets really is I don't think he or his family should receive any compensation for interviews I don't think it's deserving of anything like that thanks for the phone call is already written one book to Levin fifty five okay we'll continue to follow the story will pause here he said he's getting ready for the business lunch and dusty Bertrand beginning of the WGN radio newsroom have more if you're just joining us the news from ABC and WGN radio is that the president is poised to commute the sentence of rod Blagojevich visit.
"long linda" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Me what's happening today well we've been madly trying to get the temple put together and I I was just informed of the columns are going out and we were looking at the lighting for the the moon the contours of the moon which is a very important part of the story telling of the scene you know the moon is like the inner sole of Semele and the temple is the portal to her whole world and at the moment there's a meeting going on with your colleagues what are you trying to pin down at the Goshen in from the sublime to the ridiculous you know from have flop pins and pink shoes assembly which of course I forgot I had to take full responsibility for that tool you know giving media interviews and getting the things you know on social media in China and of course you know the other thing is this is a symphony hold it is not a theater so the lighting will be compromised had to build in all sorts of things within our own temple we'll see when I know when I was at the rehearsals there was quite a bit of discussion about trying to get the lighting is they would you know so have you again have you sort of sorted that out no of course we were still at it but I think as a producer you just have to be so focused going to Google quite long Linda sue Anderson from using the point of view he's he's moved things around the house goes in the Middletown find companies said we can't have people been this is not no no all he just his musical it.
"long linda" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Linda in Newton I think about the third Linda with had tonight live there in Newton how are you you're next on night side good day and always it's been awhile that's not my fault Linda I know I've had a lot going on in my life my daughter issue at Harrell and I'm so sorry may was the worst shoot one are really really horrible big niche for like two whole week Newton police was yes so many morning noon and night it was ridiculous so anyway they finally went to court and got a fifty one a came to my house the next morning to survive she was in here I told him what I thought she would be they went there and when they went in the house she was just get my news you have and so anyway they took a back to continue this recording I believe and I don't know what happened but the Newton officer he's in a drug dealer and him really nice young guy there was some kind of a loophole with the judges some then so they couldn't get over into detox so with the with the viral there's new lovely hospital eight hours later she's banging on my door I opened the door and she thought she fell right on the floor passed out the hospital let her go in that condition well I I mean may well see hospitals are pretty good facility I have no idea obviously Linda well the most importantly right now that was in may how is your day I hate well how's he doing now well right now a week ago Saturday it was awful he and we had a tele she had to leave Chad to get out now I'm in a massive I mean physical fighting she beat the crap out of my house band and she's only like ninety pounds soaking wet so you you could not get help through the courts the though you know I thought that he had been in and out of detox and seeing the seven time where is she now if you know I'll be and to be perfectly honest I don't know she left here we could divide out the door my husband literally dragged him out of the house we locked all the doors and the windows because she got better violent she called to find her friend came and got excuse me her friend came in Ghana the next day she called me which will last Sunday she said to me can I come by to get close because she will have no clothes so we said we'll give you a half an hour if you're not I you hear what I have and now we're going to call the police well she was out here in a half an hour and as she was leaving you know she was kind enough to say they may give a couple of Bucks on yeah and I looked at it I said you know what to worry the train stops along time about and she said to me at field now she said to me well she said to me the person where I was I can't stay there because their parents don't want me there because I'm on have a when she says so I went to what they call it now all my god come on help me here to a house need not be I shall I shall say she went to a shelter and she said it was the worst experience of my life she says Duncan nails over crown does your daughter when he just turned twenty HL lights are now I have a daughter that exact age how long how long Linda has she been involved with this stuff nearly five years any idea how she got started I could tell you how she got started she was working and that a man I have a job as she fell on her back so they had to call an ambulance it taken to the hospital and they and they sat put on pain pills this is with a lot of people that were paying bills shall course after awhile they don't want to make it better or something so let me ask you this one in view of what you're going you're going through and I hope to god you daughter might somehow be listening tonight or I hope and what do you think about the idea of the so called safe injection sites told Paul I am so against it I don't understand why they would wanna spend money on something like that why don't they open up more why don't they open up like halfway houses why don't they open up more detox centers while to give them a call visit fall is a block I have a one block and you get a shot every month and if you take have a one one on that as well you will die you all day I mean my daughter mostly she was shooting up in the house in her bedroom and she's not and not out one night I I got in the mail and I my husband why one home she nodded out on my living room chair and she she was rolling I was I panic I called the police I know she will be in a line I don't know I never did drugs here now and and she's just a very very angry angry girl very angry she feels like the world owes her now first of all I can I attain every mom and every dad in the audience tonight is is thinking about you there but for the grace of god goes goes the US those of us who've been lucky with our cast you line up and to be ashamed of you you've done your best but Lynn and I'll just do me a favor okay please please please do me a favor and get her if it is any way possible to get additional help and she's going to reach back to you at some point well when she left here Sunday when I told her I had no money and she told me I ask myself and I told her to get out of my house is to get out of my house I never want to see or hear from you again and she said to me well I'm gonna she said somebody's help in a some organization is helping me get into it shall I shelter the shelter for battered women you know because polls will only my husband beats a Linda Linda let me just again Linda Linda you you've you bare your soul all all I'm telling you is that despite what went on in my opinion I don't know if you have any folks in your extended family who may have either legal background or middle ground or down or even spiritual background I have known she passed away two years who is she was very good with Felicia the last thought I want to leave you with there will come a time don't know when it will come a time when she will come back I hope okay and when was when she does Linda be prepared to do whatever you can and I know all it breaks my heart night science thing and wherever she went in which you must be I'm I'm just assuming that they must have gone over in Toulouse shelter for battered women because I haven't seen I mean I have a to be a lot of people tonight who will say who say a prayer what is your daughter's first name only shot Felicia okay hold on and let you go you're in the thoughts and prayers of a lot of people tonight and when she comes back be you must be a mom okay thank you Linda we love you thank you good night Jimmy in Melrose to me that's a tough call to follow you're next on my side well what I see is they need to give the heroin away okay they need to set up the place that poor lady which is shot you will a that you get beat up our father got there as we got beat up the girl with the look of a money to go buy their work no I shall remain needs the government needs to set up places where they can give the heroin away that people go there if they lose shot and go home to what they have okay instead I run into you like your father I'm a father okay I don't have any problem with it but that for a lady had a poor we're because their dogs they have one at a you've gotta have places we give the stuff away to the people not many go stand are met the dole mile Batman rack every waiting for the guy to come down but the guy that is looking for is when it's their Monaco on a bag of money they get is there one you know Jim got there may be there may be places in Europe where exactly what you're describing is actually taking place and it maybe we should try to find out I disagree with you although I think it's your your approach is is a sort of at one end of the spectrum but it's it's dystopian view to think that that the purpose of our government is simply to buy drugs and provide drugs to people because I don't know that there if that situation too many people will continue to live and and and prosper but I understand your point Jim and I'm glad you called and I'm glad you made the point I wanted people react to it I thank you very much for having them the opportunity to to call you you speak with great passion that's what I they give it away okay you won't have the fat non limit a government get the hell one okay and they don't have to have the cops in the case of from here Mexico find out where and when you come in and hi Jim procedure called very very much thank you I disagree with you but I'm glad you you've expressed yourself six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty you're hearing a spectrum of opinions tonight I'm very interested in what your point of view was as well side with Dan rate the news watch never stops WBZ newsradio ten thirties attention recent and soon to be college grads it's the final days of the Toyota national clear today so you only have till September third to get.
"long linda" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"WNYC with the question on the table. Why don't you like why don't you have a favorable impression of mayor Bill de Blasio, if you don't and again, I just want to really be clear that this comes out of my curiosity, and a fellow journalist curiosity over the fact that it seems like when people say that sometimes they have trouble have trouble putting their finger on why. So this is not to support Bill de Blasio. This is not to rip Bill de Blasio with some of the calls that are going to come in. This is to try to answer a question one of my own relatives. I'm not gonna outreach relative one of my own relatives said to me. A few weeks ago. All my neighbors, hate the Blasios. Can you? Can you tell me why people hate the Blasio so much and the answer, of course, is ask your neighbors, but? But this relative of mine, it was a puzzle and they couldn't put their finger on whether they liked him. I didn't like them and there seems to be a lot of that out there desert in Brooklyn. You're on WNYC high desert. Right. I think for me, I know that I voted for him every time, but I've really developed a disliking for him. And I think it's because even when he's on your show on Friday. I always get the impression that he's making excuses. Trying to sleep things under the rug. And it gets really irritating after a while, and it seems like his first inclination is always to defend himself as opposed to maybe taking taking ownership when there's a problem and dealing with it. And for me that gets irritated. Thank you very much carry in Greenwich Village, WNYC. Hi carey. I'm I have to back, desert up on this, that I find that on your show, he does a lot of temporizing and prevaricating and also gets very homeless. And I don't like the way he lectures. You know, when you ask him a question, and he denies of course, I would vote for him against Trump any day of the week. But I also don't understand why he's running for the for the presidency Kerry. Thank you very much, Cheryl from buffalo. You're on WNYC. Hi, cheryl. Hi great fan. Love your show at cetera. Basic, I'm neutral on the guy. But the fact is that he's from he's, he's from New York City, and upstate doesn't like downstate. I mean, not just not a little. I mean it's an automatic. No. But what is it the same with Bloomberg or Giuliani, or how far back you want to go? I can go back forever. It wouldn't make much difference. He's one of the few people Guiliani I don't think was known very well until he started to pretty surround on a national stage, Bloomberg. We knew and I, I don't think he was disliked, maybe because he wasn't originally from New York City. He didn't seem a New York City guy. He seemed an ambitious guy who did well, but he didn't think New York Cheryl, thank you very much cash is in Brooklyn. You're on WNYC. Hey, Brian, there's, there's so many Bruce substantial reasons to dislike I mean, I I've been calling into your show for years, talking about the he it's been real obvious to me. He's been in the pocket of big real estate since the get go with his mayoralty, and he's, he's allowed this, the city to become so warped and change for the worse, because of luxury development and hyper development. And somebody small businesses have been totally lost, you know, they're gone for alternative because he, he, he's obviously, being paid off by big real estate's, this is this is one of the maybe one of the problems for any New York City, mayor. I'm curious what you thought about mayor Bloomberg. But the Blasios unpopularity to the extent that he's unpopular comes from both left and right. So you and I think the last recall who were on except the one. From buffalo probably come more from the left and find him. Not consistent enough in his progressive values for you, then they're all those people who don't like them on, on the right, like he, he won the four boroughs accepts that Nyland and you know it cetera. And that, that, that also would read with his with the racial divide if thirty percent of whites but more than sixty percent of blacks approve of the job that he's doing. So there's a there's a right? I'm just doing a little analysis here. And then you can respond there's there. There's people on the right. Who think the Blasios to the left, and there's people on the left like you who think for a guy who says, I'm such a big progressive is inconsistently progression. Yeah. Yeah. He's, you know, admittedly, he's done some, some good progressive things here and there since like smaller medium sized things. But in gen. Title. It's been wait. I like are they small? He would say, he would say that these are not smaller medium sized things that universal pre pre-k now becoming a model for the nation. A lot of other presidential hopefuls are running on it ending stop and frisk, while having crime. Go down to historic. Hasn't gone down. And I live in bed stuy in Brooklyn. I, I, I just know from my own experience and also reading the, the media does the free media radio and the tabloids and the New York Times crime has not gone down. There's something that they're doing with the numbers to make it look like it's going to almost certainly the until last year when it ticked up just a little bit. The motorway was going down the easiest one to to measure and, and I think, in fairness, most other violent crimes, but cash. Gotcha. Keep calling us Linda in Manhattan new on WNYC. Hi, linda. Hi, good morning. Thanks for taking my call. There's so many reasons I dislike diplomacy. Oh coming more or less from the left. First of all, I think he's a hypocrite, the whole Jona wreck niche and the orthodox community. He takes money. That's a real estate donations to. I think this whole thing of running for president is emblematic of who he is. He doesn't really care about New York. It was all about a stone. I think. It's the luge and all that he thinks he can get the democratic nomination and or presidency. It's completely insane. So wasting time money when he should be here, working New York for us really discuss me, and then from the gecko, I could totally see Weiqing Cuomo would have major problems, but he should have been working to work with him to do things for New York instead of trying to make it a big, I'm so progressive political tyrod against coamo Cuomo has his problem, but they could have done something if they try to work together that wasn't all on Cuomo. You know, you remind me of something else, I wanted to say in this segment in the original framing, and I forgot which is that Cuomo Schumer and Jila brand all have net favorable ratings state wide, and they are also Liberal Democrats. But the Blasios doesn't what do you think is the difference there? I think to Blasios honestly, come to as a hypocrite and self interested. He does not come across about someone who really cares. And I think from the gecko, mayor Lee may or may orally seeing mayor with simply stepping stone. And I think that's transparent everyone. Well mornings at the gym not going to meetings. I mean you look at his record he is the biggest June nothing mayor. We've had an very long Linda, thank you. We'll do one more say in Manhattan note about let's see should we do a list of Julia in Brooklyn, only because she tells her screener, she's a psychologist which might be totally unfair to the mayor. But Julia, you're not going to analyze the mayor, right? Taking my high. I am not going to analyze the mayor. When I listen to him on your show. I'm struck by two things this tone of defensiveness about people questioning policies or decisions. He's making. And then I'm also struck by this constant tone of almost irradiation at the process of talking to people who call in, and I realize when I was reflecting on it, it creates in me feeling of deregulation and impatience with him, and I think aside from all the political positions and disagreements people may have with him. It's that sense of feeling irritated with him. And I think it comes from the sense that he makes listeners feel that he's irritated. So. I thought clarified it for me. You said he comes across as a school, and I thought that's right. And I don't like things go. But how would you compare along those lines Cuomo, because people could say, you know, in on all these conflicts that the Blasios had with Cuomo supporters of de Blasios say homo, he's so majesty cereal. You know he's he's he. The Blasios least arguing his position even if he's lecturing and man's planning us, sometimes, but, but Cuomo, so imperious and yet, he's more popular people his people don't seem to object to his style as much. I think that sometimes called on comes across as truly passing it about a position. He's taken and passing it because he truly believes is the best alternative. And yes, he comes across as a menace, Majid stereo, as you said. But I think they're all comes across a certain passion that people can respect may, maybe even if they don't agree with him. Julia, thank you so much for your call. Well, there we go. Thanks to all of you who called in on. Why don't like Bill de Blasio obviously includes a lot of people who voted for him. And again, we're not doing this for me to defend the mayor, even though I was asking devil's advocate questions. Obviously, we're not doing this as gratuitously to rip the mayor just out there like the guy got elected by a landslide. But alone among the big Liberal Democrats in New York. He gets unfavorable ratings statewide even citywide. So we put a little meat on those bones. Thanks for your calls. We'll talk to the mayo himself about issues on tomorrow show. Brian Lehrer on WNYC more to come today. I'm Richard Hake and to bring you morning edition. I have to get up early really early. But that's not going to stop me from attending WNYC's party at Brooklyn bowl,.
"long linda" Discussed on Rose Buddies
"Hi, this is Rachel McElroy. Hey, it's your, hey, it's Griffin McElroy. College one. It was didn't. I this is wonderful. It sure is forgot which intro was the didn't. I yeah. I guess you could say your Rachel's husband grime the youngest husband Rachel's ever had which is exciting for me. She's married. Some real old man who was your first very old husband that you had you remember him. He was two hundred. I got choked up because of how jealous I got. But you're two hundred year old husband. He was cool and his name was cash. What was it? It was Peifer Sohn. Yeah. I named Peifer Sohn Peifer sent. Yeah. I called him path. Yeah. And then his last name was Julian do you remember time, you married old mummy that they found any Egypt? And it was a it was, you know, a good three thousand years old. His name was king Burger King is what it loosely translates. I'm glad that you picked me. I'm glad you ended up with me. I know I'm not I don't usually bring. That's my youngest aged flavor that you prefer. But this is wonderful. It's a podcast retired about things that are really into things that we very much like things that were enthusiastic about that paid us to talk about them. I mean, no, no, no, man. He. Yeah. Shoot the cats out of the freaking Bagai her nickel. The big comfy is dropping big stacks on name to me. And said, hey, we know that ri- bread has been courting you, but we're willing to offer you double. So do you have any small wonders now that we've sort of revealed ourselves to be you know, scammers double meant gum. Double gum. Is the freshness impossible. I've never seen you eat this green. You're kidding. I'm attending. What about our friends at home that love double now? Like fuck. Yeah. Finally, I was pretending that we had sponsors. Oh because double men is really dropping stacks. I think everybody knows about the devil mid product. At this point. They kind of went hard in the paint in the nineties with all of their twin commercials, but in Minto's really eight their game. I think with their similarly toned commercials. Hey, do you have a real thing though for for number onesies? For number ones ease. I would have to say top chef top. Chef is a really nice show. Yeah. It's maybe the best cooking competition there is that is not a difficult sort of Barney a fair number of competitors. Sure. I mean, there's master chef which kinda stinks now. I mean, we watched a lot of it. But it's not so good now. And then there's, you know, the taste long, Linda taste one-season not to be fair. Great British really, great British bake. I I was just going to say baking is probably better. I that's like, that's that's not even comparable. That's like a different category. Yeah. I wouldn't say this is going to be a repeat, but I feel very very very enthusiastic about this. If we're talking about things were enthusiastic about I made Rachel watch it, and she lost her mind. There is a speed run last week during Q of sonic. The hedgehog woman intentionally teased it run. By. Oh, did you. I remember I request. The you know when the sonic run happened. It was run by dude. I think his name was Dr fat body or something like that. And he just showcase his run with a level of excitement and he had like this whole crew on the couch behind him. That was like they were obviously like a really tight knit group of sonic, the hedgehog runners and the whole run was so chock full of what I would like to call just like Sega energy. It was just full. I think big dick energy is like so two thousand eighteen we've got lead that in two thousand nineteen is all about raw Sega energy. He was pulsating with raw Sega energy. And he was the most fucking like exciting funniest like best run of the year for me..
"long linda" Discussed on Happy Hour
"So, yeah, that's. And then in between that, they did like three. Protracted, long demos of two games, and then this kind of cool a are out that wasn't a game for a change where he kind of analyze the bottle. Cool. And you could get in sin stuff that was co. Yeah. But yet that was like. In between that they had Lisa jobs come out until the environment and stuff. So. They definitely kind of like made more than ever from recycled parts. Right? Sure. Yeah. Yeah, yet. And so they would definitely was a law fit and I've got nothing against, you know, the recycling stuff, and they had a new present, who did the big long talk about the chip? And I thought presented was really good. She was just kind of talking about a non-consumer stings. I fills bid that when it's a long, Linda Chet though, is like, come on the pasta ever to the woman then did it for even longer. It was very, it was it was weirdly paste. Yeah, it was. It was really paste. In writing the script for and if I back Daley yesterday like several as the head, the iphone actually relied on. Plant again, like what? What is new in this phone? Because my mind, it's its size and colour. It's the bigger Afon and the color goal like all most people will care about is it's hard to get into the like better is like double. It's gone up in some cases. And now other cases it's like it's complicated and all these different. It isn't like it's water proof like the watches now it's it's more water than it was before. All these like gradual. And so it's it's complicated, but size and caller. If you don't care about either one of those things, it's not a compelling year, but if you're upgrading from any of the older phones, Ted, like it's phone, Ted plus more like that's good. The thing is like there was a rumor that the Ted would the tennis would be cost less than the Ted and that didn't happen. It's it's up. And then the price of the Ted max is ten ninety nine up. So it's like the Ted technology has gotten cheaper this year, but that didn't happen. So. That's. Yeah, exactly. So. Is the iphone. Ten. All right. All of these Dame's came about early included. Our tennis backs. We had last week ten or was floated. We didn't have that confirmed, but but it was it was out there and now it's real. Yeah. This. So we kind of hearing these like is Allah minium size gloss back in front stoop couldn't quite even kind of what is right, because aluminium side as well goes back. Yeah, this this'll be, why bad than why story with an ratio? Why. Maybe just the colors break. They've cease colors that's the iphone five, c having five colors that do colors this time. Why black product read first time out the gate for a new fine, blue, yellow, and then Korou kind of orangey. Ready color? Yeah. I. Tell you why. And again, we have seen in person. I just think that really nice. The band is. Color Choon to the gloss, but he's no notching identical. Right? Because different materials right. That's no CPR, offensive to me because like the iphone ten, the civil one that's got like a Suva chrome Bandon backs, white, and silver. Like he's not the same material way round. What did you look it? I think they let crate and think about this. It's too bad that there's no small phony more like even the SE went away versus updated, but they made the the case in the key know that the ten is like the screen size of the plus phones but easier to hold on your hair like it's a smaller phone than that, which we know that much. It's not as wide. So it really really isn't like a plus size phone, which is why the max exist. But in this case, it's a medium size. So it's still a bigger phone. Like it's like if the the iphone eight like bigger but does because a plus. That's what happens with Ted are like physically and the fact that they don't make a new phone with with the forehead and Chen anymore is so good. Like it's LTD they call it liquid retina, which is like marketing name for like how they have a retina display and this, you know, not style with with no Channon forehead..
"long linda" Discussed on Court Junkie
"Frame that looked like it had been forcibly removed. And that was later determined not to have come from Jason nor Machel and to cigarette butts one in the garage and one in the doorway that leads to the kitchen DNA from those came back to two separate male individuals who have not yet been identified. And whoever did this went through Jason's closet. Michelle was found near his closet with the door open. There is blood and both sides of the causes door. She was beaten while the closet door was shut. And then someone moved the body and then opens the closet and went inside. Whoever did this to two drawers out of her jewelry box that was on Jason side of the bed. Law enforcement swabbed the jewelry box for DNA. And just recently, the prosecution sent those DNA swabs to genetic testing company and what they found was a mixture of DNA containing at least two individuals DNA that didn't match Michelle nor Jason. This young man did not kill his wife couldn't get some said he was not one of the attackers and this case is not solved. He noted that the Hampton in Jayson spent the night the night Michelle was killed was almost three hours away and that the time line doesn't work not only that. That, but Jason didn't get one drop of blood in his Ford Explorer or down the stairs. There was no blood found in his hotel room and no transfer of fibers from the carpet of his hotel room to the house. Klinka Simak knowledge that Jason wasn't a good husband that he could be obnoxious juvenile good drunk at parties and embarrass his wife. He acted at times like an immature jerk, but that does not make him a killer of his wife and unborn son. Klinka some called Jason, a great dad and said that this man who loves his daughter kills his wife in the most brutal way possible while his child was in that house, then let her walk around in the blood and then cleaned her up and left her in the house for her to be found almost ten hours later. That's what they're going to try and convince you of. The police say road in Jason as a suspect right away. Even Meredith knew that they were looking at him and therefore Jason was advised to not speak with them until he had an attorney. And in addition to the police wanting to talk to him, the press descended on him to this was a big story in November two thousand six Klinka. Some said, the media was parked outside of his house, and he began to withdraw. People started writing blogs about him, were driving by his house in his family's house, and then posting about it on the internet. He knew the mob wanted him, and so we shut down and didn't talk to anybody. But even though he didn't talk, he did give police his hair blood and saliva samples. They were able to take pictures of him and they even stripped him naked at one point in that process and not once. Did he ask his attorneys, stop them. Jason cheated on his wife, but that doesn't make him a killer. He said the prosecution has to prove that he drove three hours back, brutally killed his wife and didn't get a drop of blood anywhere outside that house or in his car, and also address. There is DNA at the house that doesn't match anyone who lived there. There is no physical evidence that links Jason to the murder. Klinka some concluded. The state's first witness was Meredith Fisher. She broke down on the stand while talking about her family. She said they were originally from New York and their parents divorced when she was fifteen and Michelle was eighteen their father moved out of the house and she lived with their mom and Michelle until Machel off to college at North Carolina State university in Raleigh. She said Michelle, graduated in nineteen ninety nine with an undergraduate degree in accounting. She then went for her master's degree at NC state and graduated the following year. Also an accounting. She then worked at several accounting firms before alternately ending up at progress energy where she worked until the time she died. Meredith told the court that she and Michelle were close growing up, but became increasingly closer as they got older. She said she helped Michelle Jason plan their wedding in downtown Raleigh in October two thousand three. It was quick. Michelle had found out that she was. Agnan and was about four months along when they tied the knot. She said Michelle had always wanted a formal church wedding. So she helped planet. Meredith moved to North Carolina from New York. When Cassidy was born and then never left. She became her nanny and lived with Michelle Jason for the first three months. She'd been considering going back to school for her master's in social work and was looking at schools in the area she committed to being her nanny for a year, and then they would all reevaluate. Michelle was working at progress energy. And Jason was in pharmaceutical sales. Meredith told the court that Michelle had lost a baby earlier in two thousand six. But that in the beginning of July, Michelle told her she was pregnant again, Michelle Astor. If she could be the nanny for the new baby and although Meredith didn't exactly rule it out, she told her not to depend on her because she was trying to pursue her masters, their mother. Linda Fisher had retired that June and was planning on purchasing a beach house in the Outer Banks, Michelle wanted, Linda either come back and forth, or perhaps even live with them. Merida's said she was well aware of the tensions between Jason and Michelle. She describes it as a lot of petty back and forth, bickering and silent treatment. But there were some serious issues to one day. Michelle asked her if she would mind playing the role of a counselor to them, they had been to marriage counseling, but Jason didn't feel comfortable speaking to that counselor. Meredith was going for her master's in social work specializing in marriage counseling. So Michelle thought it would be good practice and Meredith agreed. Michelle's main issues for that. She wanted Jason to be more responsible, help out around the house and help her more. And Jason's main concern was lack of sex. And he was upset that after an argument, Michelle would always call her mom or Meredith, whatever the argument was about Merida's said it would always cycle back to those issues. Meredith was asked if she ever heard that mentioned divorce to which she said, yes. The first time divorce was brought up was in conversation between Meredith and Jason. He and Michelle had gotten into an argument. And he said, sometimes I just wanna throw in the flag and forget it, divorce her. But then he said that it would be even more difficult to be divorced from her. Meredith said that Jason and Michelle used to like going the tailgates and college football games that it was a big part of their lives, but that it was also a source of friction if they couldn't get a babysitter for Cassidy, for example, Michelle couldn't go, but Jason always would. She said, Michelle, never got kick back and relax and enjoy a day with friends tailgating. She was always the one responsible for Cassidy and Jason's relationship with Meredith Michelle's mom was tense at best. On Friday. I've Tober twenty-seven less than a week before Machel's murder. Meredith went to Jason Michelle's house for a counseling session. And she said she talked to them for about four to five hours. It was approaching the holidays and Jason didn't want Linda staying there for an extended period of time. Michelle felt like a weakened wasn't long enough, especially over the holidays. They were arguing quite a bit about how long Linda would be saying with them. Jason only wanted her staying there for a weekend max Meredith said she saw them again the next night and Saturday, October twenty. Eighth Jason. Michelle came into her restaurant where she was working further date night. She said Michelle told her, at least for trying and said that they were making an effort. But days later on Halloween, Michelle told her that she and Jason were back to fighting again and a day after that and Wednesday, November. First, Michelle told her that Jason threw a remote at her. She said she had had it. And she told Meredith that she couldn't do this anymore. On Thursday, November. Second marriages said she spoke to Jason. He had left her a voicemail around eleven thirty AM and so that he and Michelle had gotten into a fight and that he wanted to talk to her about it. She returned his call later that night around nine pm. He told her that he had overheard Michelle telling her about their recent fight. And he said that what Michelle said happened isn't what really happened. He said he never threw a remote at her. Jason told Meredith that he was heading out of town and that he was on his way to the Cracker Barrel in Greensboro, Meredith recalled also speaking to Michelle, if you times that day the last time being around nine pm, Meredith
"long linda" Discussed on Talking Tesla
"Consumer reports uses survey dietary receipts from car owners to predict its did not bility new kasmin you should mocked by look a constant manufactured historic result it came to a weather forecast predicted whether it'll be sunday not hip it from the hands on road tests we use for overall school reached the press release any resemblance to the monty python show is completely coincidental emma now for something completely different model ss now considered an above average car eyes rated by consumer reports remember with about beverage it was below average it's above average again and it's rated as a top boy um so were tesla gets a little ticked off of this and calls bs and and then consumer reports in a very long linda spining white man's planning lee woman outlined on we don't know bits blamed blaming s planning y this is a perfectly appropriate thing to do an elegant here i think it's bogus personal it's not i think it's absolutely bogart the of call you everyone's bogus tesla's reply notes who consume report why haven't even got volume production as via trying to guess the reliability why are they just say we don't have enough data yet to determine the reliability because we don't have enough data to determine the reliability there were basing it on people who've gotten early models of ss an axes and that data right there talking about in in general tesla makes products with average or but whatever with average reliability on launch that is a it's a completely within consumer reports purview they do it all of the time and they clearly said this is about that specific it's like a it's a guesstimate of about the reliability and that's an average for them is good so would you both agree net when tesla comes out with a car is they're kind of.