17 Burst results for "M. P."

"m. p." Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"m. p." Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Avenue north that is low in the eleventh street bridge towards east capitol street now from garage repair dot com W. W. else for much of the cast make sure you spend some time outside on this Wednesday evening humidity levels are low the temperatures are comfortable a delightful night free to keep it that way through the overnight hours with a few clouds on the increase we're down into the sixties on Thursday morning for warming up into the mid eighties with some pop up showers and thunderstorms once again I'm AT seventy eight meteorologist bill Kelly from the Stormont seven weather center yeah it's gorgeous right now eighty six degrees in the nation's capital for twenty six with your life EMP one eighty helped me to lose forty pounds in only four months and I've kept it off and with EMP one eighty you've got options to save one on one appointments a hundred percent remote consultations and coaching sessions or hybrid appointments call today to find out what's best for you now is the time to change your life and get healthy any M. P. one eighty can show you how good it E. M. P. one eighty dot com or call eight five five triple eight oh one eighty six Mike in Fairfax go ahead Mike you want to comment on this the destruction of willful destruction of this beautiful monument the Frederick Douglass fully endorsed Hey Mike.

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"m. p." Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"m. p." Discussed on KTOK

"A skit about a man in Texas and how he deals with his rattle snake problem I told my wife about it could you repeat it well sure Joe I love to repeat it a friend of mine is from Texas and explained to me that in Texas where there's rattlesnakes I've got them on my place they live among us I've killed rattle snakes on the front porch on the back porch I've killed rattle snakes in the barn in the drive way in fact I'd kill rattlesnakes every time I encounter them I kill rattlesnakes because I know rattle snake will bite me and injected with poison I don't stop to wonder why a rattle snake will bite me I know it'll bite me because it's a rattlesnake and that's what they do I don't try to reason with a rattle snake I just kill it I don't try to get to know the rattle snake better so I can find a way to live with the rattle snake and convince it not to like me I just kill it I don't quiz the rattle snake to see if I can find out where the other rattle snakes are because Hey it won't tell me M. P. I already know where they live on my place so I just kill the rattlesnake and move on to the next one I don't look for ways I might be able to change the rattle snake to a non poisonous rat snake I just kill but and on occasion I accidentally kill a rat snake because I thought it was a rattle snake at the time also I know for every rattle snake I killed two more are lurking out there in the bush in my lifetime I'll never be able to rid my place of rattlesnakes do I fear them no do I respect what they can do to me yes and because of that respect I give them fair justice they deserve it I kill him maybe as a country we should start giving more thought to the fact that the jihadists that want to kill us Sir just like rattlesnakes and act accordingly I love this country it's the damn government I'm afraid of well said and I'm happy.

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"m. p." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"m. p." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Do with it so we tried to keep his head down to try and avoid having to do these interviews hoping the courts will kill MPP but they didn't by June M. P. P. returns have skyrocketed and it was all hands on deck for the asylum core Doug couldn't Dodge anymore and I got the email it said you're doing M. P. P. interviews today so I heard a father and son son I think with this preteens eleven or twelve the flaming hung under us because of the violence and other problems we didn't talk about that much because it doesn't matter for the purpose of MTP right I'm focused only on why they're afraid to go back to Mexico of course the guy and his son don't understand why they're even talking about Mexico they don't understand any of this at all the interview continued service she had tried to find a place to live there had tried to get a work permit and Mexico and was essentially denied and azar transiting is talking about nearing countering cartels and witnessing other migrants being murdered and tortured and found his son and fleeing and barely getting away you know all death threats are being shot at a time and you know talking about his son having nightmares for weeks because of us and then they get stopped by the police and the please take all their money her cell phones and because I can't get them to save these magic words flake yeah they threatened me because I'm home during but that's all they had to say but I don't know that right.

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"m. p." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"m. p." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Wanted nothing to do with it so we tried to keep his head down to try and avoid having to do these interviews hoping the courts will kill MPP but they didn't by June M. P. P. returns have skyrocketed and it was all hands on deck for the asylum core Doug couldn't Dodge anymore and I got the email it said you're doing M. P. P. interviews today so I heard of a father and son son I think with this preteens eleven or twelve the flaming hung under us because of the violence and other problems I didn't talk about that much because it doesn't matter for the purpose of MTP right I'm focused only on why they're afraid to go back to Mexico of course the guy and his son don't understand why they're even talking about Mexico they don't understand any of this at all the interview continued service she had tried to find a place to live there had tried to get a work permit in Mexico and was essentially denied and azar Tanzania's talking about nearing countering cartels and witness saying other migrants being murdered and tortured and found his son and fleeing and barely getting away you know well death threats are being shot at a time and you know tell him that his son having nightmares for weeks because of us and then they get stopped by the police and please take all their money her cell phones and because I can't get them to save these magic words flake yeah they threaten me because I'm home during but that's all they had to say but they don't know that right.

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"m. p." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"m. p." Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Twenty three twenty four maybe try now it's Easter but the tourist attractions the pumps the restrooms even the churches all closed you really quiet for a public holiday relaxing any of the measures currently in place would respond as to both public health and our economy the government has decided that the current measures must remain in place lockdown is extended to early may Boris Johnson slowly recovers he leaves hospital starts to recuperate on parliament's prepares to reopen it using new technologies as I have from a livia Blake last time I spoke to you you've been self isolating you it terribly well how how all you so now thanks and yeah I've been in the isolation for a lot longer than other people now say there is kind of like I think my fifth week I think this week and that yeah I am a lot so which is really good M. P.'s having cold box to parliament next week what what will that mean for you I mean will you go back to Westminster well there are restrictions they've decided that a maximum of fifty M. P.'s can go and sit in the chamber and the one time and obviously there's over six hundred of us so I'm not planning on on going back down and we can see trialing the kind of sexual parliament next week which I'm really pleased about I write speaker to encourage Saddam really pleased to see that I've managed to find some sort of solution thank you but what all entirely as a hundred and twenty M. P.'s on on a kind of scene type cold I'm I'm quite looking forward to.

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"m. p." Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"m. p." Discussed on REAL 92.3

"O. no throwing up but not sure M. P. nonstop oh my god what do you think this this means guys now if she hadn't put the like four okay if she had it put the like LMAO like lap he might you know but all I would be like maybe maybe she really is pregnant but then she put bad smells like noon maybe she's maybe it's another job but then another plan no work though even her St and they all is right okay are you pray now I don't know I'm not having it like you don't talk to the doctor for a chance to that on the queue in a exactly want to dress from a lot of them yeah well one another phantom jumped in I'm Astor when is she gonna post a baby bump and he responded in a couple of months the world eight ready maybe you're not ready Nikki because your not pregnant I don't know I just I really don't know what to look I wanted to be pregnant that's not the the the case here I want her to have a baby in the you know how to keep little photo shoot in the extravagant baby shower but I'm just done with all of these pregnancy like talk and then you know it it to me she's the one that's created our bait if you know or pushing it forward I'm just saying right now I do hope that this is in a situation where later on we find out like she was pregnant and then unfortunately maybe like lost in seven hope that's not the situation but I'm sorry it's great I'm sorry this lady B. B. will let it be known fall and break your needs is is is.

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"m. p." Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"m. p." Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Ramp R. E. M. P. as in Paul dot com please welcome Tom dispatch to the program thank you so much for coming in appreciate Hey Larry how are you I'm doing well Tom talk to be about business what's happened since the the economic shutdown well we we've seen you know dramatic reduction in in sales like I think every business has but we've seen we've seen a a steady inflow of quote so what we're finding from our our perspective customers as they're saying were still interested but we're not ready to buy right now they're not saying no they're just saying not right now and we find that very encouraging so I'm cautiously optimistic about the future but in the meantime we we've had a you know a dramatic reduction in revenue and and I have to say I'm I'm not usually a big fan of of big government but for me the the PPP and the idol loans our guides and I I've I've seen them there they're working for us we we actually got our both our idle loan and our PPP loan funded today to help us keep everything moving Tom before you before you talk to really excite time before you talk to us about the loan what you went through I kind of would have thought that your product since many of them are are installed at the home you might even benefit in a in a weird way from the shut down well I was I was hopeful the same thing would happen but what we really what we've really seen is that everybody is put put things on hold people if it's not food if it's not toilet paper they're not funny they're they're like you know I really don't know I know I want it and I may even need it but I'm not ready to buy right now because just like we did with our boys were like you know if you're not a sense of the plot is really critical we're going to we're going to put a pause on that until we know what's happening tomorrow I'm talking to Tom Daschle CEO of handi ramp up R. A. M. P. now Tom as I recall you're married to a bank or somebody in finance and that senior executive at a bank did they give you an advantage when you apply for a loan under the PPP you know because he's an executive we we are I am prohibited from doing business with our bank so the only thing it did give me what insight into the process right and one of the things that I learned from this is that because you know we've never seen anything like this right we've never seen the coronavirus we've never seen government step in and say poor we're gonna really help businesses keep their employees on on staff instead of having really get laid off and go from employment they said we want businesses themselves to do it but in doing that they had to figure out how to get money get to the business doing that would help the PPP which is the peril protection program and doing that they ended up saying we're gonna make you go through your your local bank and then the SBA through what's called seven a program we're gonna fund of that or support the bank so they can provide those sorts of funds to individual businesses but it had worked out a lot of the details you originally they were like okay how long will the will will stay on the books of the bank well nobody knew that but now the those S. B. A. in the federal government called some guidelines that no we're going to respond to these loans and then the treasury's gonna buy them from the bank so it doesn't affect banks ability to lend more money to keep business going after the PPP program has started and after it's implemented the banks still need to have that liquidity themselves so they can continue to do business without having to put all this money to V. P. P. dot com for you know for you Tom this is a loan what are the terms well you know it does it is it is a loan that will convert to a grant if we keep our employees on staff and how how would how would they know how would they know if you've done that we what we we all report are are you know the number of employees through the your nine forty one every every quarter we have to report how many dollars we've we've contributed to their social security funds just through our normal reporting so they will be able to see what we did all of last year which was up which was how our loan was funded right they looked at how much money we paid our employees last year through these nine forty one the second time in a few seconds left so then there's no way someone could get a loan like that and use it for a reason other than its intended purpose yeah well anybody can do something nefarious right but they they are being monitored right it.

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"m. p." Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"m. p." Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"E. M. P. as in Paul a dot com please welcome Tom dispatch to the program thank you so much for coming in appreciate Hey Larry how are you I'm doing well Tom talk to me about business what's happened since the the economic shutdown well we we've seen you know dramatic reduction in in sales like I think every business has but we've seen we've seen a steady inflow of quote so what we're finding from our our perspective customers as they're saying were still interested but we're not ready to buy right now they're not saying no they're just saying not right now and we find that very encouraging so I'm cautiously optimistic about the future but in the meantime we we've had a you know a dramatic reduction in revenue and and I I have to say I'm I'm not usually a big fan of of big government but for me the the PPP and the idol loans our gods and I I've I've seen them there they're working for us we we actually got our both our idle loan and our PPP loan funded today to help us keep everything moving Tom before you before you talk to before you talk to us about the loan what you went through I kind of would have thought that your product since many of them are are installed at the home you might even benefit in a in a weird way from the shut down well I was I was hopeful the same thing would happen but really what we've really seen is that everybody is put put things on hold people if it's not food if it's not toilet paper they're not funny they're they're like you know I really don't know I know I wanted and I may even need it but I'm not ready to buy right now because just like we did with our boys were like you know if you're not essentials is not is really critical we're going to we're going to put a pause on that until we know what's happening tomorrow I'm talking to Tom did she CEO of handy wrap up our A. M. P. now Tom as I recall you're married to a bank or somebody in finance and that the senior executive at the bank didn't did they give you an advantage when you apply for a loan under the PPP you know because he's an executive we we are I am prohibited from doing business with our bank so the only thing it did give me what insight into the process right and one of the things that I learned from this is that because you know we've never seen anything like this right we've never seen the coronavirus we've never seen government step in and pay for we're gonna really help businesses keep their employees on on staff instead of having really get laid off and go from employment they said we want businesses themselves to do it but in doing that they had to figure out how to that money gets to the business doing that without the PPP which is a federal protection program and doing that they ended up saying we're gonna make you go through your your local bank and then the SBA through what's called seven a program we're gonna fund of that or support the bank so they can provide those sorts of funds to individual businesses but it had worked out a lot of the details you originally they were like okay how long will the will will stay on the books of the bank well nobody knew that but now the those S. B. A. in the federal government's talking guidelines said no we're going to under these loans and then the treasury's gonna buy them from the bank so it doesn't affect banks ability to lend more money to keep business going after the PPP program has started and after it's implemented the banks still need to have that liquidity themselves so they can continue to do business without having to put all this money to V. P. P. dot com for you for you Tom this is a loan what are the terms well you know it does it is it is a loan that will convert to a grant if we keep our employees on staff and how how would how would they know how would they know if you've done that how we what we we all report are are you know the number of employees through the your nine forty one every every quarter we have to report how many dollars we've we've contributed to their social security funds just through our normal reporting so they will be able to see what we did all of last year which was up which was how our loan was funded right they looked at how much money we paid our employees last year through these nine forty one a few seconds tell me only a few seconds left so then there's no way someone could get a loan like that and use it for a reason other than its intended purpose yeah well anybody can do something nefarious right but they they are being monitored.

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"m. p." Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"m. p." Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Heard of this M. P. H. okay I don't know why the cal cal skin Reuben is this but here we go the cow skin revision stands for own file Liz said T. I'd better not pronounce it I rare abdominal wall defect in which the intestines liver and occasionally other organs remain outside the abdomen huh if you were a cow ribbon that's what you're after so probably have to get a price have to get a some sort of think tank together it's a right ribbon all in fixed were gonna need fifths because if there's one thing I've noticed is very popular in large scale protests in North Carolina it's this but what kind of fist what color fest you can't have red fist is that teachers got that one so late yeah we had a lot of planning to do because the the real concern is that eventually authorities get drunk with power and they start violating other portions of the constitution I I I gotta tell ya I lay awake at night just waiting for the moment Roy Cooper sticks soldiers in my house I'm very concerned about that now if there are some of those smoke show IDF checks you're seeing the smoke show I Israeli army checks holy cow that'll scandal here recently now the purist in me still would not appreciate the forced quartering of idea of smoke show checks in my house when I get home later but I dare the governor to try keys under the mat so I'm yeah we're we're perfectly aware of what transpired yesterday we will chat about it we are lieutenant governor Dan forest on the show today with somebody getting murdered down the hall a moment ago hello okay weird stuff going on in the building the crazy so all right eight eight eight nine three four seven eight seven four eight eight eight nine three four seven eight seven four let me just say this whoever's handling Twitter for the Raleigh police needs to not handle Twitter I I understand that you are literally repeating what was and what wasn't part of the executive order but you can't write that pro testing is a nonessential activity as a standalone on Twitter because Twitter and that's a hell of a ratio I might point out I don't know what the answer is but I want to bring up some of the arguments that I saw yesterday just yet about their just to get him out there so we will do that as the as the show unfolds let's go ahead and do this though your Bloomberg minute being brought to you by containers for less containers the number four less dot com this is a Bloomberg money minute stocks are back on track after a one day selloff Wall Street to main averages closed as much as four percent higher on hopes that the covert nineteen pandemic is easing we'll see later today how badly the economic lockdown affected March retail sales economists surveyed by Bloomberg or forecasting an eight percent plunge bad news is also expected on housing and manufacturing chief economist mark Zandi of moody's economy dot com says the recovery from the covert nineteen lockdown is likely to take time I would expect the economy to grow next year just because this your businesses are shut down but I would expect that growth to be relatively muted in modest more big banks will detail the pain they expect from the pandemic as JPMorgan chase and Wells Fargo did yesterday thank of America Goldman Sachs and Citi group are likely to post large set asides for loan defaults in the battered economy will also take the pulse of healthcare is United health opens its books Larry Kaski Bloomberg.

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"m. p." Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"m. p." Discussed on KTOK

"A skit about a man in Texas and how he deals with his rattle snake problem I told my wife about it could you repeat it well sure Joe I love to repeat it a friend of mine is from Texas and explained to me that in Texas where there's rattlesnakes I've got them on my place they live among us I've killed rattle snakes on the front porch on the back porch I've killed rattle snakes in the barn in the drive way in fact I kill rattlesnakes every time I encounter them I kill rattlesnakes because I know rattle snake will bite me and injected with poison I don't stop to wonder why a rattle snake will bite me I know it'll bite me because it's a rattlesnake and that's what they do I don't try to reason with a rattle snake I just kill it I don't try to get to know the rattle snake better so I can find a way to live with the rattle snake and convince it not to like me I just kill it I don't quiz the rattle snake to see if I can find out where the other rattle snakes are because Hey it won't tell me M. P. I already know where they live on my place so I just kill the rattlesnake and move on to the next one I don't look for ways I might be able to change the rattle snake to a non poisonous rat snake I just kill it all and on occasion I accidentally kill a rat snake because I thought it was a rattle snake at the time also I know for every rattle snake I killed two more are lurking out there in the bush in my lifetime I'll never be able to rid my place of rattlesnakes do I fear them no do I respect what they can do to me yes and because of that respect I give them fair justice they deserve it I kill him maybe as a country we should start giving more thought to the fact that the jihadists that want to kill us are just like rattlesnakes and act accordingly I love this country it's the damn government I'm afraid of well said and I'm.

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"m. p." Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"m. p." Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Day so we have shared with you one of the dirty secrets in sports coverage the slow and terrible Wednesday that just news wise is very often M. P. and it's some of the most fun shows we do on Wednesday because we can be absurd and silly as we've been all show today but I feel like it's time after two hours of this for a serious societal point don't you might like we've been fooling around for two hours don't you think it's time for a serious societal point like an old song from our shows history that doesn't make any sense to me and it's our largest fanbase ought not like that no a new song that echoes from sea to shining sea because we are scared as a country right now and because what's happening with this corona virus and we will get to your again Klopp's thoughts about this in a second but what is happening is what we have like a shortage it seems like I've handed your ties this is been something that I don't know if that's a word or not the ties of family ties are mine we'll call it we'll call it that from now on okay thank you please do that and the purer ties for third size or not so but Tony was going from place to place looking for hand sanitizer today in every place was out this is been very bad for corona the beer it has been very bad for people it has not been bad for the cure the purifier business the hand you're a fire business it is a Benjamin well the business is booming nowhere else it's crippling the economy and and all of a sudden the only place that business is booming is with the hand sanitizer behind again but was or something like that and face masks yeah and so Juergen it says Juergen Klopp again it's more like a a wise okay forgive me no all calm Juergen from now on okay write that down okay who does he call ocean it is a coach what do you wanna go yeah you tell us Liverpool okay so here he is your name close.

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"m. p." Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:12 min | 2 years ago

"m. p." Discussed on KQED Radio

"Someone always dies I'm gonna yell back at him always if not her than someone else but that won't get him down from there so instead I shout there's a kid here and I pointed P. T. he doesn't need to see this M. P. T. yells it's December and it really does get dark early if he jumps that'll be on my conscience to Iran of the psychologist at the clinic will give me that after you I'm going home look of hers and say you're not responsible for everyone you have to get that into your head and I'll not because I know that the session ends in two minutes and she has to pick up her daughter from daycare but it won't change anything because I'll have to carry that that's the guy on my back along with Leon in the meet's glass high I have to save them what I scream as loudly as I can I'm coming to you I go to shows what are you and save PT come on sweetie let's go up to the roof P. T. gives an adorable shake of his head the way he always does right before he sticks the knife in and says if he flies we can see it better from here he won't fly I said not today let's go up there just for a minute that he has to tell the man something but P. T. persists so yell from here his arms slipped out of my grasp when he throws himself down on the ground the way he likes to do to Simone and me at the mall let's race to the roof I say if we get there without stopping to him that he can get ice cream is a price ice cream E. D. Wales rolling around on the sidewalk ice cream I have no time for this crap I pick him up he squirms and screams but I ignored my start running toward the building what happened to the kid I hear the guy shout from the roof I don't answer in relation to the building maybe his curiosity will stop in for now maybe it'll keep them from jumping long enough for me to get up to the roof the kid is heavy it's hard to climb all those stairs when you're holding a five and a half year old kid in your arms especially one who doesn't want to go up the stairs by the third floor I'm completely out of breath the fat red head who must've heard P. T. screams opened her door a crack and asked who I'm looking for but I ignore her and keep climbing even if I want to say something to her I don't have enough air in my lungs no one lives upstairs she shouts after me it's just the roof when she says roof her shrill voice breaks and P. T. yells back at her in a tear filled voice I don't have a free hand to push open the door that should lead outside my arms are full of P. T. who doesn't stop flailing so I kicked it as hard as I can the roof is empty the guy who was on the railing a minute ago isn't there anymore he didn't wait for us I didn't wait to find out why the kid was screaming he flew T. shops and because of you we didn't see anything I started walking toward the railing maybe he changed his mind went back into the building I try to tell myself but I don't believe it I know he's down here his body sprawled on the sidewalk and unnatural angle I know and I have a kid in my arms who absolutely should not see that because it'll traumatize him for the rest of his life and he's already been through enough but my legs take me to the edge of the roof it's like scratching a wound like ordering another shot of Chivas when you know you've already had too much to drink like driving a car when you know you're tired so tired now that we're right at the railing we start to feel the high P. to stop crying and I can hear both of us panting and the ambulance siren in the distance it seems to be asking me why why do you need to see it you think it'll change anything make anyone feel better suddenly the redhead shrill voice commands me from behind put him down I turn around not really understanding what she wants to put me down P. T. shouts to it always gets him going when a stranger but soon he's just a kid the red hat keeps saying but her voice is suddenly cracked and soft she's on the verge of tears the sound of the siren is getting closer in the red hat starts walking toward me I know you're suffering she says I know that everything is so hard I know believe me this so much pain in her voice that even P. T. stops flailing and stares at her mesmerized look at me she whispers fat alone I had a child wants to you know what it is to lose a child do you have any idea of what you're about to do still in my arms PT hugs me tight look at what a sweet child he is she says already close to us her thick hands stroking his hair there was a man here P. T. says fixing is huge green eyes the outsides on her there was a man here but now he flew away and because of that he we didn't see him the siren stops right understand I take another step toward the railing but the red head sweaty hand grabs mine don't do it she says please don't do it E. T. has a scoop of vanilla and a plastic Cup I ordered the stash yo in chocolate chip in a cone the red had asked for a chocolate milkshake all the tables in the ice cream parlor filthy so I clean one for us P. T. insist on tasting the milkshake and she lets him she's coldly ought to it's a common name she doesn't know about R. Leod about the accident she doesn't know anything about us and I don't know anything about her except that she lost her kids when we left the building they were putting the guy's body in the ambulance luckily it was covered with a white sheet one less image of a corpse in my mind the ice cream is too sweet for me the P. T. in the red head look happy with this call in one hand he reaches out for her milkshake with the other I don't know why he always does that after all he still eating his ice cream wise you need more I open my mouth to say something to him but the red head signals that it's okay give some her almost empty Cup her son's dead my wife's dead the guy and the roof is dead he's so cute she whispers as P. T. strains to suck up the last drop of milk shake in the paper Cup he really is cute Liev Schreiber red and gold carats fly already I'm Cynthia Nixon next a dark miniature from a afraid marriage really comes apart at the seams when the needy husband starts a strange ritual listen as Diana a grand final scenes zero five the.

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"m. p." Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"m. p." Discussed on WTOP

"M. P. when eighty dot com E. M. P. when eighty weight loss empowering a healthier you it's one eighteen traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks you're quite right so far in Maryland along I ninety five the Baltimore Washington parkway headed south toward the capital beltway no incidents anyway currently and if you're traveling on the parkway inside the belly headed down toward the district line again moving along without issue so far now if you're traveling on two seventy south from Frederick downs the beltway pretty quiet ride so far no major issues in your way on the ballet someone coming in prince George's county is relatively quiet right but don't forget about the work sound on the album for forging acts of fifteen to fourteen Central Avenue two left lanes catcher by another words as you approach the split in the new work sound are you stay left to get around the work you do have access to the exit for Central Avenue and you can go either east or west on Central Avenue from that exit ramp keep money are working he's found central is gonna needs about why single file left past the works on Montgomery County eastbound Maryland two hundred traffic diverted to shady Grove road that as a result of the weekend work are you father posted detour to rejoin our these founding survive Maryland two hundred via Georgia Avenue so again just allow yourself some extra time if you're gonna commit to the westbound I'm not affected you are in good shape headed out for two seventy are they were checking for a vehicle fire in Montgomery County in the area of Columbia pike southbound here Dustin Rhodes police and fire rescue responding to that area checking mirrors for first responders Richard WTOP traffic hope you've got the umbrella with you now temperatures are going to be in the low fifties so it's gonna feel cool so make sure you have a code as well today rain is on and off it'll be cloudy for your.

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"m. p." Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"m. p." Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"It's gonna happen and then now you for all the battery technology that's out there we we need better E. M. P. barriers let your neck pulse the kind of thing that you see in the movies and ends all electrical activity in in a certain area those things are absolutely possible and you need ways to come back those things planes in this I mean never mind what it could do and anyway with that just a little ahead of myself how cool is it that they've got a lecture planes I had it all technology is good the growth is good not all technology is good the further creation of borrow biometrics how Amazon is continuing to work on face recognition technology you take a look at what's going on in China there's a great photo that I saw of of a us to traffic stop traffic on a signal in in China and there were like nineteen cameras point in one direction next to you the the the traffic signal and people like to welcome to China and I'm like well the China could I go to New York and see seven of those cameras can go to any major city and see cameras the technology is only good and where it is applied and we got to be better and its application and the things that keep American citizens in being able to move freely and allow them to move without being you know start followed surveilled that's the stuff that matters most speaking of surveillance video J. now admitting yeah may be may be we followed Carter page a bit too long really come again in English please I was a little late to that one it would have been better if I'd done a quicker justice department saying in a letter that it lacked probable cause to continue surveillance of Carter page into the for surveillance applications it's not against them now you understand that the FISA court which allowed this to happen they're not even actually doing anything about it they're they're talking a big game they don't actually care the FISA court is a value was proposition and these judges who are part of the FISA court don't want to seem to admonish anybody for lying to them to get warrants against these trump personnel justice department appears to have concluded there was insufficient predication to establish probable cause in the last two or knows of twenty seventeen yeah and no one's gonna go to jail no one's gonna lose their job but an American citizen he did nothing wrong was surveilled and I don't know why we're all okay with this this is my point about technology great opportunities ahead but they have to be managed and they have the managed by us because we sure as bloody hell can't trust those people who are you know in the in the positions of power because they somehow know best they sure as hell don't I'm Tony cats your.

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"m. p." Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"m. p." Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"M. P. one eighty empowering a healthier you see WMAL FM would which Washington while five point nine FM W. eight where Washington comes to talk six I'm a real leaf the new year's celebration of president trump's Mar a Lago resort including the president telling the crowd quote we're going to have a great year as he was surrounded by supporters including US attorney former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani speaking with reporters Giuliani said he had on cover crimes but will release the details and the time is right when I found out I have a problem we will figure out the right at the right time and I don't have all the evidence and I just this is expanding county executive in Maryland urging governor Larry Hogan to continue to allow refugees and of the state according to the capital because that Hogan faces a January twenty first deadline regarding refugees that was set by president trump state and local governments must give written consent to allow refugees to resettle within their boundaries and Randall county executive store Pittman asking governor hoping to keep the door open so far the governor has not taken a public stance the red skins waited till the first dawn of the new decade to make it official that Ron Rivera is indeed the team's new head coach in a press release the former Carolina coach said after meeting Dan Snyder it was clear were aligned in our passion for the game and he supports my vision to turn the team around our top goal no college teammate that played with him in Carolina and you said nothing but great things about him so it definitely seems like I got a lot of guys enjoyed plan for linebacker Ryan Kerrigan says he's not concerned with Rivera is tough coach rap wanted and how hard and they they know that brings out the best and then the fire the general consensus around the locker room would be that repair will be introduced at a formal news conference tomorrow afternoon John Matthews on WMAL and WMAL dot com the basketball world tonight reacting to the death of former NBA commissioner David stern he passed away earlier today after suffering a brain hemorrhage a couple weeks ago NBA star Dwayne Wade tweeting alright P. David Storer shaking your hand in two thousand three was a dream come true legend Michael Jordan releasing a statement saying without David stern the NBA wouldn't be what it is today and the Golden State Warriors coming storm a visionary and innovator in every sense of the language when stored announces twenty fourteen retirement the NBA have grown into a more than five billion dollar a year industry corresponding click Nevil stern was seventy seven years old a twenty twenty outlook for gas prices suggested driver's coat played less on average by year's end but as Jed Johnson reports there may be a surge ahead of that the projection from games funny says Americans are likely to pay an average of about two sixty a gallon that's about two cents less than twenty nineteen but the forecast also suggests that spring time search with a jump of seventy five cents a gallon until a peak in may with localized hot spots where drivers could pay even more the average household could spend more than nineteen hundred dollars on gas this year with drivers in three out of every four big city areas shelling out more than three Bucks a gallon in twenty twenty I'm Jim Johnson the sale of recreational marijuana now are legal in Illinois maybe begin lining up hours early at dispensaries for the for sale didn't happen until shortly after six AM the students that the state's new law wiles Illinois already had medical marijuana but it's now the eleventh state to allow its use and sale for recreational purposes the law approved by the democratic controlled legislature inside by the democratic governor allows people twenty one or older to possess up to thirty grams of cannibals flowered up to five grams of cannabis concentrate the state has approved nearly three dozen dispensaries in Canada sales are expected to generate millions and state tax dollars I'm Joe Ramsey WMAL traffic.

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"m. p." Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"m. p." Discussed on KNST AM 790

"M. P. valve that stepped stands for temperature and pressure yeah that's super super important right these are safety valve to keep your water heater from turning into a bomb that can take out a thousand square foot chunk of your house and yes folks it happens if your pressure in your water heater gets too high the temperature and pressure valve releases the pressure of that valve needs to be tested at least annually and if you ever have one that goes out while a technician is checking it thank the man upstairs okay because you have just avoided exactly what we're talking about if anyone is around when a water heater explodes it's going to kill them so if there was a most important safety measure that could be taken it's definitely the temperature and pressure valve a new water heater okay you gotta check that sucker annually also if your gas pressure isn't set or reset annually you're probably sending dollar bills up that exhaust pipe that you don't have to it's running inefficiently not correctly once we're done with the water heater will head over the first bathroom or the laundry room if it's a laundry room one of the things that will check will be your washing machine hoses question for you if you were out watering your lawn and your flowers in your yard or heck maybe even washing your car would you intentionally leave the water on and your hose pressurized when you wind it back up why not I've read that you could come back outside the next day and find out that you paid for a swimming pools worth of water eight dot those hoses attached to the back your washing machine look a lot like that'll garden hose outside do you know that seventy percent of all insurance water claims come from burst hoses in Hollinger you know those drivers they get pretty warm in the back end well those hoses.

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"m. p." Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"m. p." Discussed on WTMJ 620

"M. P. health care and community living in west Allis and like I say the show two weeks from tonight at the Italian community center okay we're talking about yeah this new policy southwest is implemented to deal with people who do not fit into your typical airline seat with southwest is decided to do is you can book at the time you're flying you can book a second seat pay for it up front and then what they will do is after the flight they will refund the cost of that seat to use so you know you'll get two seats essentially for the price of one they're the only airline that does this all the other lines take the position one way or the other that will try to accommodate you if we can't but if you don't fit into a seat and you don't buy a second seat you're kind of on your own our number four one four seven nine nine one six twenty if he acted it mortgage talking text line alright here's an interesting techs are from Jeff I think this will cause even more availability issues especially when flights could cancel rule for book and cause trouble for people not horizontally challenge if cut someone cannot stay out of the seat next to them then they cannot move to a different seat with nobody next to him then they should be Jack this harm all right the other Texas excellent policy in great PR which protects the space in the rights of all passengers and southwest with the refund method insuring people don't scam and try to get two seats for the price of one if they don't follow to try to need it well see this is the first question that I had with this because I guarantee you that there's going to be a lot of people who are going to book the two seats you know and maybe maybe you're not morbidly obese but maybe you just want that more space to be comfortable so you're going to have people that are going to book it they're gonna pay the thing up front and then they get on the plane and they gonna say okay well I want my two seats this is my reserve sign and here I'm going to sit there you then raise the issue of southwest has to say well no you really aren't big enough to deserve the two seats because mark my words I am certain absolutely certain that you're going to have people try to scam the system and it to extend it hasn't happened my guess is only because people don't know about this but how many folks out there are now going to say okay I can get a free second seat got to pay for it up front but then I'll get the refund and wouldn't it be nicer to have I don't know that empty seat next to me because you know like I say these seats are now small I think southwest is leaving themselves open for it to just a world of trouble with this now they get to do it no question about it they get to take a chance I just think that they're going to find that there's all sorts of problems with it as they move forward but at least at this point in time if you're concerned about that if this is an issue southwest is the airline you want to fly because at least at the moment southwest is the one that says we'll give you the free second seat it's not just bags that fly free but it's big people get to have two seats not one this is Jeff Waggoner right.

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