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Superintendent Explains Why Philadelphia School District Scrapped Plans For Hybrid School Year
"The latest proposal from the school district of Philadelphia is an all virtual start to the school year. It's the change of heart after Superintendent William Heights initial hybrid plan that had students in the classroom two days a week. Is also heavily criticized. Kois W's Tima Mendez has more from district headquarters. The district's proposing that when school starts in September 2nd students would learn remotely five days a week during the first marking period. period. Lou Lou Fantini, Fantini, a a teacher teacher at at Franklin Franklin Learning Learning Center, Center, says says he he was was relieved relieved hearing hearing about about this, this, he he says says the the main main concern concern is is and and always always has has been. been. Everyone's Everyone's safety safety We've We've got got to to think think about about is is not not just just about about ourselves about about our most vulnerable colleagues and our colleagues that go home to young Children or parents or people who are immuno compromised. Teachers union surveys showed 74% of members saying they would feel unsafe, even going into school buildings and 78% feeling that student's safety would be at risk. Fantini says most parents that he knows we're on board, but He knows Many have legitimate concerns. Well, how am I going to go to work? Where's my student will be doing this virtual learning Those types of things are totally valid, he says. The district really needs to get those families. The resource is they need in this proposal. If circumstances are all right, then there would be hybrid learning after November 17th school board has scheduled a vote on this plan tomorrow at school
"lou lou" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"It's just a day off for one day yeah let's go for a walk two hits get out of the house and take Lou Lou out for walk they'll come back in that Saturday okay pretty much the same stuff going on today so it's yeah their days were up to say what day is it today when I woke up in the NBA I would literally wake up in the hotel room where my where the hell am I freak out system where my head is a secure where my openness soda okay Minnesota led to the war yeah who exactly let's go back to my every yeah I thought you know what you don't know started tapping into with you though Tom and I I realize that obviously this is a this is a hard time for so many people in our world at your at your caring person so I know you're you're you're tapped into that but at the same time privately individually your title of the best archer can eleven this well there is one reason so there's only one reason and one reason only that I'm loving this it's that I can order beer now than I can ever delivered to my to my house so I I try to find a silver lining in anything is this a good end tomorrow what are you you take your beer back I'm fine I'll deal with that but the fact that I can get beer now from these breweries that have not been able to get beer from because either can't drive down to LA or drive to Santa Cruz I am going to dig in that I am that I am kind of big on that so I I guy I can't lie to you but would dig in it other than that I want to go out to lunch lord I used to go to lunch go to the movies and stuff site though I do miss that although I told a couple nights ago I go this is not that much different than what I do I get up and take a walk in a kind of sleep late say get up take a walk take Lou out come home shower go to work now I do the same thanks of I have an extra hour to to do nothing with so I can take my walk an hour later and then we come home and we watch TV and I watch survivor together than to watch with that stuff I watch myself that's pretty much a normal night for me it's so I know it's not like a male party in and do instead of going to the city but I do miss I did I miss the freedom of going out if I want to thank you don't do that anymore that's the part that probably gets me the most but you know what do we get a little Mexican restaurant but a half mile from the house we used to go there once a week and I met yeah I just was going out there and hanging out and going to like is it going to a movie or if you want to go out and grabs a drink come back I know some their morning coffee tea beverages and go do that that the bills aren't available anymore so one mascot you guys going masks on these walks in on the Florida is not of the master I don't I don't I don't I'm gonna ask it either but yeah I mean I I stay away I stay away from everybody and I'm pretty much you know a wide berth type deal and I got a move over here and move over move over there pretty much everyone else I figure this way I look at it like this if you are out if you're walking you should be wearing a mask so I don't have to I figure everyone else is wearing a mask I don't have to wear masks we're we're we're we're all good it's like when you go in and then you go to the bathroom in a in a public toilet any other use those plastic like cowboy hat type deals that that part of the toilet and I always use it too but I figured if everybody else used it I would have to similar principle if everyone wore masks I would have to wear masks of encouraging everyone to wear masks so I don't have to thank you I appreciate your understanding the logic is solid that tracing paper stuff you talk about the thing that that's that's a that's a good thing doesn't work I don't know Benavidez are not it's there it is there it's an upgrade but I'd be remiss if I didn't use it for whatever reason off all right Hey what are the plans last couple times I've gone our current and if I may help straight looking like a bad day like because I already have wife orders the masks and now they're on the way I don't have any yet and so I just I'd look like an old western band of like I just grab a T. shirt tied around my my face it all the way down to my you just an idea I would like him the band Dan of some kind wow this is this is a sufficient guys to use like a turtle neck that you pull up high our mission of sins yeah that's better than nothing that's what happened what is it like to have the freedom to cover your face with anything you want to know.
"lou lou" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Tell you rob the cradle to cities like thirty five now a guy no here a little older than I am well I don't believe I'm not buying that he looks really great for his age though right Lou Lou that's why I'm not buying it outstanding yeah okay the communicate weird can it worries sorry I looks Grady's outstanding sansei out of it all right eight eight nine four one pack Joe packs dot com whatever's on your mind is very good you have been paying that attended the news today then you you might not know that a couple of people out of jobs it seems it it will it I just ask this question up front if they testify against you and basically lie about you and try to get you removed as president do you have to keep them working for you I don't think so they I don't think so now fill the people if you don't mind from foxnews US ambassador to the European Union Gordon song lender testified about president trump's Ukraine dealings from the house impeachment hearings said Friday he had been recall from his overseas position hours after National Security Council aide who testified against the president was also fired I was advised today that the president intends to recall me effective immediately as United States ambassador to the European Union someone said as someone's recall follows the dismissal of another impeachment witness lieutenant colonel Alexander Veneman was fired by the National Security Council escorted off of White House grounds on Friday the move comes just two days after trump was acquitted in the Senate on two articles of impeachment rock by the house last year over his dealings with Ukraine with someone and then met out eight of twelve officials who testified publicly during impeachment hearings have left their roles been fired or resigned but I've always you know I don't listen Sean means a massive or is it just a mass yeah of course is a quid pro quo who said no quid pro quo well what what are we supposed to believe so the fact that he's out of a job I don't think that's as much about his testimony as it is that he's just not very smart what would you change positions so vividly very weird and then we know call me Mister Venkman it's been for god's sake can you imagine can you about what did you think about that where is the present live and the White House it is S. as well you'd have to show up every day and go to work in my house yeah I'm a writer of all right you're right you're right listen I know testified against could you pass me the coffee creamer you're gone bad or told me differently but I mean Matthew to work at the White House come on do a little weird right yeah I just is I don't I don't want to argue my house anymore Hey listen you just made a false report to the police about me coming come alone you know you look at the work here anymore it's pretty simple eight eight nine four one tags it eight nine four one seven two four seven Joe packed dot com this story see anything about about ten mins brother being fired I heard something about that that is true as this one doesn't I don't think have we verified that his brother had anything to do with releasing this Bolton draft away here against that was the rumor first cut with him a senior administration official also told fox news of Inman's twin brother lieutenant colonel Yevgeny vin man has also left at the National Security Council get even men was assigned to the office that vetted publications like former national security adviser John Bolton's book though he has said he was not involved in the vetting of the Bolton manuscript and trump announced about them in on Friday told reporters he was not happy with them you think I'm supposed to be happy with them I'm not trump said adding that a decision will be made soon and it was but I believe you I'm I'm just I'm just gonna put it out there why keep them working for you now there have been reports out and they have not been negated or refuted by anybody though no bomb took office he fired all the ambassadors any replace them all again I'll say this again and you know that I have an affinity for the man Donald Trump but I also have a great affinity for what he's done is the president he really really really sure fire called me the day he got in fire McCabe today he got an fired all of these ambassadors goodbye see the door I think that he was to not carry going to sound crazy there is two nine I think the guy was too nice because he takes told me to dinner Hey yeah let me see where your head is gonna be in game with with my administration or not and he gave call me what call me thought was the ammunition that he needed he should have just fired the mall immediately although you probably regrets most bringing Omarosa into the White House with them SO that's probably the biggest issue yeah.
Doctor who touted gene-edited babies sentenced to prison
"The Chinese scientists to help create the world's first gene ended the babies has been sentenced to three years in prison biophysics researcher who John qua was convicted of practicing medicine without a license after shocking the world in twenty eighteen when he announced that twin girls Lou Lou and not I have been born with modified DNA to make them resistant to HIV which he says he'd managed using the gene editing tool crisper before the babies were born how was condemned by many of his peers with the experiment labeled monstrous the court held the three defendants in the case failed to obtain a doctor's qualification deliberately violated regulations on scientific research in order to pursue product and rationally applied gene editing technology China's state run news agency says her has been sentenced to three
Doctor who touted gene-edited babies sentenced to prison
"News trying a scientist who helped create the world's first green edited babies has been sentenced to three years in prison bio physics researcher who John qua was convicted of practicing medicine without a license after shocking the world in twenty eighteen when he announced that twin girls Lou Lou and non I had been born with modified DNA to make them resistant to HIV which he says he'd manage using the gene editing tool crisper before the babies were born hi I was condemned by many of his peers with the experiment labeled monstrous the court held the three defendants in the case failed to obtain a doctor's qualification deliberately violated regulations on scientific research in order to pursue profit and rationally applied gene editing technology China's state run news agency says her has been sentenced to three years behind bars and a fine equivalent to four hundred thirty thousand US
"lou lou" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Rivals private and then it was very very public we're talking about Lou Lou at eleven and this is a story that's really never been told that I can say that we're so confident special has I decided to tell it the citizen because you the story like really tasted like a few other people for the the a little bit we're talking about Lou yeah and I mean obviously in the news today they came out with earnings and what's interesting is this is a company told it's at a point where I only by eight even meeting expectations it has set such high expectations the stock actually goes down but when you look at it across the year the stock is almost double yes it kind of incredible ray in isn't what what Jesus pitch was Carol was Hey there's actually a back story here you know before this thing took off they actually went through a turbulent period and the some private equity money got involved here and actually sort of like came to their rescue a little bit right with that story all right to the story is basically so back in two thousand five advent of private could from not that many no it's not a brand name like blacks and KKR Carlisle they invested in this little Vancouver company with a funny name as David must first said to me the managing partner at advent they invest in two thousand five because public in two thousand seven two thousand eight they sell their shares by two thousand nine to make eight times their money job well done fast forward twenty thirteen they've got this see through pants problem that they only have the as one of our headlines but at the time the bend over test real headline and also their founder gets crossways chip Wilson with the board there is the management tension and advent comes back in and buys half of Wilson steak public shares comes back in and in the intervening time fixes the company and the market cap has quintupled yes doctor them too I mean the stock is just doubled almost this year a lot right I think is interesting and yes of is for context is a bullet when you look at it right I'm I'm looking at it for a year right now even in in your date even and it's like yeah that's like insignificant eighty three percent year to date but I think what's interesting is in a year where politicians specifically folks like Elizabeth Warren or questioning you know the role of private equity in our markets like here's an example of private equity coming in and potentially right helping that I was you know a lot of people who made a lot of money right publisher hold a and in many ways they expanded a company in this case and went in and you know so when I talked a lot over the past couple years about sort of what is the private equity playbook what I find so interesting about this too is this was the private equity playbook in public in many ways you know the little level was still reporting corner to corner and I couldn't be scrutinized more I've right at the bend over and said exactly and you know one of the people that I talk to for the story incidentally and this is you know sort of better to be lucky than smart in some ways with timing the C. L. O. who was largely responsible for this the scanning Stewart Hazelden he was just job this weekend to go essentially fix another company away the luggage company which has come under a whole bit of other scrutiny which ties into another story the magazine by Rebecca Greenville it all comes together not land it's almost like this editor of the magazine definition I don't know but what I will say about the will actually want to ask you again about this the CEO of thing what what did he do because a lot of this to see this kind of returns I mean you got to be like laying the groundwork and you look at apple and like before Tim cook we see he has affected we doing the same thing and that's where you got to see you growth so eight what do you do it yeah women and then be what do you think is gonna do it away well it's a great question and what the management team essentially did and this is where private equity really did I think it brings some expertise it is the supply chain was broken and basically that had shrunk gross margins by six hundred basis points of six percentage points you think about how much profit was being left on the table they put out a plan that said art let's make up half of that let's get three hundred basis points back they end up getting eight hundred two eight percentage points and so that's the profit engine the other thing they did was they said we need to sell more than men we need to be global and we need to figure out he commerce and those I mean you think about that right opening up he commerce you're gonna have maximum appeal but then also the main the main question I thought was a really interesting one I mean this is a brand that resonated first and foremost with women right so how did they talk about reaching met instead I mean it's basically a different kind of marketing amazing shorts that I own right exactly I mean the other thing they're doing is they're opening different sorts of experience will store think got a membership program that they are experimenting with now so they've got to keep the head you know this guy David myself for the managing partner at at and I spent a lot of time with him on this story I've gotten to know him pretty well over the years and his background is really interesting is from Alabama his dad was in the retail business so he understands the disruptions in many ways and anyway you should check out the story it was a lot of work on Justin well on today though for a second like what what is the market reacting to in your opinion here I think the market is reacting to a company that has consistently been beating and beating big and it was not quite as enthusiastic I think you do have a CEO in cal McDonald has a little bit more conservative at.
"lou lou" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Middle of as key hello this Lou Lou is stop yelling to get through okay so I got a question this debate is grow I've been there for about two months she just got into like a hell it since so I got none of that in the beginning I don't really know it was really sick that he just passed your recently as she can buy me a lot of good I was wanna give me like you know expensive paid I'm not really used to and I'm guilty about it just like that I feel you on that because I don't like people giving me presents unless I feel like we about to be together forever and I really like them like that I really like could I give you all she's been at the beginning all I suppose that kind of money if they like you know I was like I'm not that money is but like I kind of feel weird about it I'm like you know just I'd rather just you know I'm like the cheaper things I'm not even a lot comes also he also had that conversation used to be like leg I know you got this inheritance let's figure out ways for you to invest your money into things that will bring you back some money in return because I don't want you to feel like I am into all of that and I think that'd be great and maybe I should do some things I go to and these really stay class together but Hey we all like people who level less that right like I like a man to let me up I like to level him up so the way that you can level that right now is be like that girl we go and figure out how we can make these things happen as far as investing in the stock market investing in real estate making sure that your money makes money for you so you'll always get for ever so let's get that together all right outside of good at I mean that's what I want to do but I wanted to do with that money but that's the kind of his soul like that right yeah I know it's I think you do things always when you approach people in a positive way like let's do this together I'm trying to figure out better ways to invest so that I money's always making money so let's do this together this done on this journey together so every time you feel like you want to buy this bad stack instead and whatever it is that you got to do to get her on that path I think is important and it might be somebody like you that she really cares about who will inspire her to want to do that yeah all my god said Gee I mean if they hit the Caine believe I got through but thank you so much god bless you got I love what you guys do not positive on a hunt alone when I left because in the morning god bless you guys got bless you right right that's nice to him is that we would just be taken as a people would just be taken somebody else's money so I think it's open somebody actually is real authentic person and doesn't want to do that to somebody so yeah all right what Askey eight hundred five a five one oh five one now we got rooms on the way yes it will tell you what a rapper is now no longer assigned to good music and doing his own thing alright we'll get into that next keep a lot because the breakfast club good morning breakfast.
Thousands rush to climb Australia's Uluru on last day before permanent closure
"Thousands of Australians are hoping to claim one of the country's best known landmarks before a permanent ban on scaling it takes effect on Saturday Lou Lou in the Northern Territory was handed back to its original owners the Anangu indigenous people thirty four years ago that a guard the raucous secrets Phil Mercer has this report thousands of people have poured into the room in recent weeks for the chance to reach the summit for one last time before the band comes into force indigenous groups in central Australia however have never won T. visitors to scale the giant red rock they believe it say crates and has a power and the spirituality like no where else in recent years the number of tourists scaling has gradually fallen but some say the Rockies for everyone and believe the climb shouldn't be
Earthquake App Provides Early Warnings
"The LA area shook early Friday thanks to a magnitude three point five earthquake centered near Compton but on Thursday Californians got access to an early warning system the could allow a heads up of up to twenty seconds just enough time to stop drop and take cover the early warning alert is available through an app called my shake developed in part by Richard Allen the director of the Berkeley seismological lab he joins us now from the UC Berkeley campus welcome great to be with you Lou Lou first things first to the app alert users to that Compton quite so no so that as quick as you said was any magnitude three and a half of quake and so we only send out alerts when the earthquakes of greater than a magnitude four point five and then we only send out the alert to regions expected to see shaking intensity three which means most people feel a bit of a jolt and how does it work what does it use to sense an incoming quake and then what does it do so what underlines the system is a system called chez Collette shaken that is a system that has traditional seismic sensors across all of California it detects the earthquake when it's under way and then with very rapid algorithms we analyze that data and we determine the area that is likely to experience shaking and so that's what creates the kernel of an alert and then once we have that the my shake system takes it it identifies the phone so that are in within a region that are gonna feel shaking and it pushes the alert out to those phones is there hope of increasing the time of the warning period to say minutes hours days is that something that you foresee might be something that science will be able to do so it's important to understand that earthquake early warning is about rapidly detecting an earthquake that's under way and then pushing out to know that ahead of the shaking so that gives us the limitation on the time how much time is that between when an earthquake starts and when people might feel the shaking our best estimate so that we can provide a few seconds to a few tens of seconds of warning with both the technology and the science we have at our disposal today now in the really big earthquakes that time cannot should be a few minutes and of course the research continues the development continues and we can see whether we can increase that for more than just a few seconds to a few tens of seconds we'll have to see what we cannot do is go beyond those minutes so when we talk about a few days now we're talking about prediction with talking about predicting when the earth quakes going to start that's a completely different problem we don't know how to solve that problem and so I think most seismologists would agree that's unlikely in the foreseeable future and obviously California is not the only place in the world that suffers earthquakes is this technology available elsewhere in the world it could be used anywhere else in the world so they're just a few places that have early warning today it's Mexico Japan and now California or the the big ones I'm in the challenge there is that they have to have these traditional seismic networks that are expensive to run and so that's one of the research pieces here with the my shake cap is it in fact in every X. S. smartphone is an accelerometer senses the deacon to tech to earth quakes and so what we're doing is we're exploring the ability to also detect the earthquakes with smartphones and if we can do that then we could do a quick early warning wherever they are smart phones and they're all basically smartphones wherever there are people so the ultimate goal here is to actually be able to deliver earthquake early warning around the globe and I assume you have the app on your phone of course I've had the app on my phone for quite some time I've been faithful genet to be getting the leads a quite a few months at this point Richard Allen is the director of the Berkeley seismological lab and help develop a new earthquake early warning app thank you
"lou lou" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"lou lou" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Then I'm not sure I like yet. or is it is Alexis. and I'm not quite sure I like it yet not a whole lot hold on a minute okay okay another deep sept. on the jury still out I may have to yeah it's all right it's a snickers flavored all Kramer yeah so when I look too complicated maybe both yeah I know but I like diabetes right there I know well girl I did literally a porpoise spit of it so I. yeah just a little dolphins bit of of your screen so that's all but I don't know maybe I'll just go back to the French vanilla you just you can't beat the French vanilla now they don't really count it's just some delicious old hazelnuts quite didn't quite delight. how's everybody doing like say doing great what. eazy-e's weekends. yeah lots of good stuff happens out I feel great today so good yeah. and your step by step in your pap yeah I got to see Donna has the wicket away. let's begin their. what you know you this was cryptic con right right yes was is we get it's a horror convention let me also just say because a few people a lot of my talkers were there said wait a second you like horror films okay true that is true they scare me sometimes you know like you guys forced me to watch that some of the film's yeah what I love about horror conventions very different thing in that I love the artistry I love the the cost play I love I love horror people they're just really fun to hang out with yeah necessarily be my jam completely yeah but you want to be around people with passions and things that fill them up and there's this weekend was no different so don't want to see you finally you talk all the time about being the wicked witch to see the full effect she has the broom J. she's got different shades of green to do the contrast and all my gosh you look great thank you I I knew I wasn't going to win I just wanted to to dress up you know because it was for the costume contest in people who do cost plate they put like over two years sometimes into their building their costumes mine is not a tailored dress for me you know and my make up was up my daughter wasn't really that impressed with that because she's usually backstage you know really quickly so she's an artist I'm like dude I do okay so like I you could of done this in this in this but yeah it's pretty of a wicked witch it's a really fun to get out there and you know do the capital and the mom and the performance. Alexis wrote this on her Instagram and all all second that you're a winner in my book. you looked when Alexis was filming you and you turn around you look at the camera. Lou Lou Lou Lou zoomed into you..
Bernie Sanders unveils plan to overhaul country's 'dysfunctional criminal justice system'
"Morning several democratic presidential hopefuls made stops in Atlanta this weekend at the young leaders conference they spoke with African American church leaders and to thousands of black millennials about health care gun violence and their proposals for criminal justice reform one of those hopefuls is with us this morning senator Bernie Sanders is here to share for the first time his plan to overhaul the criminal justice system good morning senator Sanders one so there's a lot in your proposal but in broad strokes can you talk about some of the ways you're looking at addressing both the mass incarceration and the institutions that you say benefit from that system a user ID and cash bail yes what's the first thing we have to recognize is that our criminal justice system is not just broken it is a deeply deeply broken it is with the functional system which is publishing millions of people unnecessarily and the major episodes the major transformation that we need is to put money into prevention to making sure that people do not end up in jail rather than punishment Furthermore we have an insane Lou Lou Tuesday twenty percent of the people who are in jail at this small their crime is they all cool they have been convicted of nothing they are in jail because they cannot afford cash bail so you said you want to and that system you've also said that you'd actually withhold funding from states that continue the use of cash bail that's a pretty big stick to use is not well I think you're dealing with a very big problem the other area that we have to look at your talk to anybody who knows anything about criminal which led a significant number of people in jail today are in jail because they are suffering from addiction you out all the people in jail in large numbers because we're dealing with mental illness we asked police officers today to act fight fight for fire to all kinds of work all that really is beyond the training that they have so much of the leasing though happens at the state and local level how do you enforce those ideas good luck that's a good question but what we want certainly with federal law enforcement of federal prisons if you want it to be a model in order to have any impact on state and local government and we also want to use federal funding to help move local police department in a more are all positive direction centers centers like many of your colleagues you did vote for the nineteen ninety four crime bill that is blamed for the mass incarceration of young black men which were to crying now back then you said it was a good compromise do you regret that vote and take ownership no orders all it was nine so it was a good cop what's what are set user on the floor of the house when I go to I knew it was a bad bill but I made a promise to the people say to remark god would vote to ban assault weapons I ran for the United States Congress on that and would have been totally hypocritical of me to suddenly not both without legislation if you request that vote do you regret it now don't regret voting to ban assault weapons are promised that I made up to the people of the state or from what I asked specifically also because you had a crushing loss in twenty sixteen and south Carolina's primary the accusation was it you ignored criminal justice reform back then are you focusing on it now and black voters we do not at all in a way what some say you don't know we wanted to South Carolina against the very popular candidate the wife of the president and we did poorly I think if you check out what's going on right now we're going to do much work better criminal trials the flight did not ignore it two thousand and sixteen criminal justice solutions we cannot be a call if you got a goal a reality in which we have two million people disproportionately African American or Latino and native American walk behind bars this past week of the possibility of softness in the economy is going to focus on a lot of what you're talking about would take real investment I have to ask you at this particular time what would you have to re prioritize in a weaker economy that's a good question and I think the answer is we read prior or repeat prioritize our willingness to allow three people the old wall well from the bottom half of America I think we re prioritize of the fact that trump has given up one point one trillion dollars all in tax breaks to the top one percent and to log in profitable corporations I think we ought to take a hard look at the military budget which is increasing rapidly and that is spending of more than six ten nations combined I'm not quite sure but from those who are enemies senator Bernie Sanders is an independent from Vermont is also running for the democratic
"lou lou" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"lou lou" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"For your thing I have is what do I do about it it's going to get into a right now man this is marvelous Marvel would you love to win a trip to what kinda and all sorts of Marvel enterprises just like the lady man she loved it and to see a way to get your phone tap right here Big Boy hello all mass media please hi my name is Lou Lou Lou Faye I'm from the what kind the ants and I was into the gas man I was going to let you know that you are our grand prize winner for the market is Marvel we can't you won a trip for two to what kinda so congratulations zero two super hero we can't because going to be huge we got all the space and he's got to what time the X. we got kids on Mar from a far he's not going to be performing in but he's going to be there via satellite everything is what we're gonna do Hon let me get that credit cards we going to get everything started wait a minute wait a minute wait a minute this is all expenses paid by you so we can just get this credit card did you want to do it man you already ma'am I got a panic that makes no sense okay what is doing all I need to we do not want to kind either the and you know you don't want to come to the black man you don't wanna go for the black he probably did take my money I'd be stranded so you don't want to go to a kinda no I don't I'm going to give it to the next person all we need now flowing from you is a thirteen hundred seventy six dollars for the for the actual cancellation fee you know one your cancellation be inspected so far because you ain't going to completely take you off the stand all righty and don't call back crying about how you were you know what one of those here ma'am about you guys you have a somebody I hope you don't use them all the keys or key aides your not give anybody with this now I don't really give you really changes the First Lady that got on the phone all righty well you have yourself a good day and I don't know how you sleep at night thank you so much yeah we have the right to be you buddy yeah.
"lou lou" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"More for your thing I have is what do I do about it it's going to get into a right now man this is marvelous Marvel would you love to win a trip to what kinda and all sorts of Marvel enterprises just like the lady man she loved it and to see a way to get your phone tap right here Big Boy hello all mass media please hi my name is Lou Lou Lou Faye I'm from the what kind the ants and I was into the gas man I was going to let you know that you are our grand prize winner for the market is Marvel we can't you won a trip for two to what kinda so congratulations zero two super hero we can't going to be huge we got all the space and he's got to what Condi X. got kids on Mar from a far he's not going to be performing in but he's going to be there via satellite everything is we're going to do her name you take credit cards we going to get everything started wait a minute wait a minute wait a minute this is all expenses paid by you so we can just get this credit card did you want to do it man you already the wrong about I got a panic that makes no sense okay what is doing all I need to we do not want to kind either the and you know you don't want to come to the black pants you know one of those the black he probably did take my money I'd be stranded so you don't want to go to a kinda no I don't I'm going to give it to the next person all we need now for it from you is it thirteen hundred seventy six dollars for the for the actual cancellation fee you know one your cancellation be inspected so far because you may get from going to completely take you off the stand all righty and don't call back crying about how you what you you know what here ma'am about you guys you have a use them all to teach your kids your not give anybody with this now I don't really give you really changes the First Lady that got on the phone all righty well you have yourself a good day and I don't know how you sleep at night thank you so much yeah we have the right of the you buddy Hield universal CD Nissan now under the new ownership of trophy automotive dealer group and you make you think he makes his next what do you want to do in.
"lou lou" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Hand Lou. Lou cut off the top of the parking meters. He didn't hit him with a baseball bat nations about to go to war with Iran. Whatever people call about Paul Newman and cool hand, Luke, by the way, who else was in cool hand, Luke, why that would be George are famous guests. Remember when he called the show? Oh, golly. One of our more interesting interviews. Yeah. George George Kennedy. Right. I've got that interview somewhere here. Right. Charlie? I'm calling regarding the collar who stated blue should not go to the White House due to the current administration's immigration policy. My question would be, how many of the blues players are in this country illegally probably none. But, you know, all those part time seasonal visa workers, that have had trouble getting into Saint Louis, and Saint Charles, they would be legal to, and the administration is really dragged its feet on that. Hey, charlie. Yes. Yes. The blues should go to the White House. They were fighters. They fought all season long from worst to first. So those fighters need to go see the fighter in chief in the White House, after maybe a first stop at the Betty Ford clinic before that. Jim gardeners. Got this worthless law degree from Slough, then I see where she's also got a degree in nursing from Slough. Now, I sure hope her nursing skills are, are more proficient than her legal skills. I would say a law degree from slow is not worthless. I, I would disagree with that caller. Yeah. In regards to watching parades with big crowds, and we happen to be in Paris. Few years ago. It's best yield everyone in the crowd.
"lou lou" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"What can we do for you? Him. Boy. Like him or date him. So I painted vice on what the for her. Is she shorts? No. But in a nice way you said my son. Oh, your friend, your friend, yet because I thought you said, a young held are you? Twelve and how old's your friend. Thinking boy. All the same school together and everything. Yeah, man. It's tough because at your age, you know, that sometimes would when someone basically says they don't like you in whatever way they say it. Sometimes it hurts. You know. So I am glad that you guys are thinking about how you can be nice to somebody of you don't always have to go as romantic acquaintances. Sometimes people go to different events, friends, or they asking her out like to be their girlfriend, or they ask to specific event. Girlfriend. Yeah. I have made the mistake of agreeing to go out with somebody on a date, just because I felt bad and I didn't want to say, no and you go, and he's thinking, oh my gosh. She's she likes me. And you already go in knowing. Oh, you know, there really isn't a chance here. So I would suggest letting him know upfront, unless she thinks that there's a chance that maybe she could like him if she got to know him a little bit more. But it's just hard. No. He knows for fast. Sometimes judge that book by the cover right? You don't know until you start reading that this person could be a wonderful person should be in your life. Now granted you twelve and thirteen don't have to be thinking about your forever. Whatever your forever friend. Yeah. Trying to be careful words. So it might be something where you could have a friendship with somebody, and she could simply say, I'd like to just be friends. Lou Lou is that. No. It's that's right thing go, but it hurts to hear that, if you're into somebody tell you, they want to be friends. It say I don't know ever again. Unitive nothing else to say you have to be honest, but I'm just letting you know right now at hurts to hear that. Oh, believe me. I know I know feels to you also said, don't do any.
"lou lou" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"You seen it? They will throw it in your face later. Trust me. I know I heard that. So. Is angry with you? They will throw it in your face. So have you had that done to your, you know, of something that happened to me? All righty. So you are saying for any ladies out there do not disclose the number of sexual partners that you had to any man that you're dating are possibly get into a relationship with. No, you know, what here's the thing. If you don't have any kids, they don't know. And they don't even know. Okay. They already now. Let me let me ask you this. Dana Natalia DR about the number or you can see men doing that. Definitely. Yeah. Men will probably do that. I had a friend that that happened to like she she told me she can all like, we're really close really honest. And he asked me, and I said it to like watch he's gonna come after he's gonna throw it in your face. And he ended up breaking up. All right. He would always call her name's after the kinds of things. Right. And that's double. The there is a double standard, the is double standard y'all saying right there like do not tell anyone number Lou Lou. You got a problem with that? I'm just I'm just wondering what number is it a small small enough number for girls to be confident to tell you it, right? Matter be. It's a high number. You think obviously they're more hesitant to tell the truth. Is is reaction. It shouldn't matter. What the number is though. It's like a high number could be forty but to the guy next to you high number could.
Robin Williams Williams, Argentina and San Francisco discussed on KCBS Radio Overnight News
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Former Capitals prospect Cody Eakin not exactly the sentimental type
"Tenured runs in his last starts capital center of guinea kuznetzov upper body injury uncertain forgetting three of the stanley cup final tonight versus the golden knights series tied one one there will be no carryover for the cavaliers for game two of the nba finals against the warriors according to coach tie lou lou told reporters his players confidence is not shaken from the staggering loss in game one which included a major miscue by jr smith and overturned call with what the cavs have gone from this season they certainly combined back in the opinion of legal dot com a number of different challenges throughout the course of the year and they've always been close to their best when their back is against the wall and win a lot of people start counting them out so i just think the adverse beat that they've dealt with throughout the course of the regular season and even in the postseason earlier this team responds really really well and they're very resilient than it's one of the best traits that they have simmons game to tomorrow's seventy stern espn radio and the espn app eighty stern.
"lou lou" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Oh so this should turn into a big fight but it doesn't seem like it's going to they kind of end it and yeah it was just her interpretation for example old man river old man river called interpretation now it's lou man river you see how that gonna go down to the river and pray labout every every dance now lou lou lou lou lou that's doing new music factory live is attacked don't go jason lewd if of oh my god that reminds me how to dream about tlc last night and not even line what did you drain i don't remember just like when you when you said you'll see that moment i think i think i was listening to their song i think it was like you've been watching basis why watching i watched watching spaces last night there you go do i know montana one quick aside okay this this what the name of the southern lady with red hair forget earning but she kind of grace adler from will and grace yes willing grade so she designed a really good room and this lady she did not like it it was so obnoxious i was like you should be so thankful that you got this instead of healthy santos thomas making room for prints okay which we all getting yeah thank the lady who looks like anti pots don't be mean to her yeah thank you to anti pots nobody with the brain that's for sure yeah maybe delta burke but so deridder starts handing out she's hanging out envelopes everyone because they're all going to the berkshires next week and they're going to murder mystery so they all get their character so to render is tammy temperance who is all about nobis in the state of massachusetts which is hilarious brand for her it's about the state and the whole.
"lou lou" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland
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"lou lou" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And i mean you heard stew's it's unique coach so because of the lou lou's steady but it has some similarities and benton remote but we coming at the benefits of being close but not being right in it takes me about forty minutes could tomorrow yost silly airport and there's hope so we'll to lead you and the universe and so little tennessee state is the oh or just enrollment of undergoing students okay me school and stated tennessee including notion tennessee so we're proud of what we got going on here doctors have been infield for the bears sixteen years one more year them first davis always but like literally over five hundred million dollars work so buildings or campus in the last eight years so and striving no the world we have a lot so as for you brother tyrann we've been very fortunate to have but like you know those young man in their lives made a difference in the national lose ability in the brand that now middle tennessee is because you know the game like michigan state on cbs you can kind of publicity and you know what this team selena school record with thirty winston with the expectations of going on and trying to get one or two more there and the term of this weekend when people irritated buzzer good stressing easily sooner shows this be the final thing based on the success so you did have last year knocking off michigan state but then understanding the quick turnaround for that next games how important was that experience so you guys achieved as a coaching staff from last year so if deja vu all over again you knock off the big ten team enough to turn around play the winner baller when throughout how much will that helped the coaching staff being prepared for that second game well it helps i think really buddy more imported up so this break we'll seven there were there maybe a bit were there last year including reggie.
"lou lou" Discussed on KPAM 860
"Through it was a bar top that separated that room from the kitchen with shutters yeah shutters lou lou's brightest move word shutters he could close in a would alou ver door that you could also close and that that design trend it's far gone oh yeah nowadays you would not have that it would be just wide open you call a a great rookie yeah yeah exactly the open space concept today right would have that would have mostly gone i have seen a little bit of that if they had a situation where you had out load bearing wall right and you had to maintain that that that load of it was carry down then they were just open up the space between those two point loads and then some of those cases it might be a sort of pass through but for the most part i feel like an open concept as long as you mentioned lw bird doors and the wool over shutters i'm we almost never see luber is of shutters or doors inhouse is anymore unless it is something that is some necessary for proper ventilation a lotta time he'll find the luber door or maybe it's a solid top with the loooove or bottom um for rooms that need to maintain proper ventilation you've got something in a room like no i don't know like stereo equip mentor something in there that that requires that it state cool right proper ventilation and and i honestly believe corey that probably luber doors even back then some more regionally designed for to be you specifically for that reason right to be able to move get constant middle a share flow from one room to another not because of a does for and you know design aspect well and you agree with that are i know it makes sense yes.
"lou lou" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760
"That you know the only i would have to release into this out if you remember the movie the odd couple right and i and member jack let man you know and also walter mouth out austin felix what's right is your remember walter math now when he's ready to kick out to felix from the his apartment there he said you are the lw lou of all lou lou's and buddy that's what this election seems like to me we got a lot to to uncover here right so let's talk about what happens well we can we can talk about immigration okay so i think that there's a lot of people that would stand on the side of trump says illegal immigration needs to come to an end when you to enforce the laws but i think you can go overboard there our country's built on immigrants right right and and so i think that you know if you slow immigration too much it could potentially slow economic activity i think the takeaways gonna be this being that i think that regardless of who gets in the white house do they have anything that they could do as the new president of our country that would that would interfere with economic growth stock market conditions you know things like that and and i the answer is in my opinion is now you know we're governed by monetary policy from the federer reserve and fiscal policy that comes out of congress now they can try to influence those although they're not supposed to in the fed reserves case but in congress we know that if we get a little bit more support and create create some jobs out of the fiscal policy i could be very good for the economy exactly right so we're talking about that presidential election year and how it could impact you and your investments your retirement and i can't guarantee much of anything in my position.