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Biden Admits COVID Stimulus Checks Fueled Spike in Inflation But Left Doesn't Get It

The Dan Bongino Show

02:36 min | 2 months ago

Biden Admits COVID Stimulus Checks Fueled Spike in Inflation But Left Doesn't Get It

"Now Here's this Catherine rampal from The Washington Post I mean this is just comical She's on Brian stelter's show the coffee boy there And stouter of course it's just a great scene doesn't understand any of this though right But she's talking about inflation and comically states that Joe Biden has almost no control on what happens with inflation which is really weird because let me read this to you This is an actual headline I'm not trying to be funny I'm not trying to be silly This is an actual New York Post headline Steve Nelson November 10th 2021 Biden concedes his COVID stimulus checks fueled spike in inflation President Biden wins they conceded that inflation's at a three decade high because quote people have more money now as a result of his $1.9 trillion COVID-19 stimulus legislation recognizing essential point made by people who are arguing against a nearly $2 trillion sequel So just to be clear folks Joe Biden himself is now admitting because his lies have become untenable Joe Biden is now admitting that his decision to engage in this bill is the so called infrastructure bill which is really a poor deal spill right Is causing the inflation crisis because they had to print a lot of money to pay for it But here's the media bringing the righty Jim get very Brown get Mariano out of the bullpen and her Sandman bring the right hand No I love Marietta comparing him to these idiots It's an insult to the great Mariano right Bring it we gotta think of a really bad reliever in the past Bring in There we go there's a Rivera was one of the good guys Think of like bringing turd Ferguson out of the bullpen Bring it to the right Turn Ferguson time Here he comes out of the bullpen We have Ricky Vaughn before they put the glasses on Just a bit outside Here they are Here's the media to the rescue out of the bullpen Catherine rampal say no Biden's got nothing to do with it despite the fact Biden already admitted that their printing a bunch of money has a lot to do with it Check this out My general view about all of this is that the media Republicans and now The White House are laboring under the collective delusion that the president can do something about prices that the president controls prices That is incorrect And yet that is the premise of so much news coverage right now whether it's Fox News or other right wing coverage talking about hashtag Biden or saying you know why is Biden not doing more about gas prices or even more ostensibly more neutral or objective news organizations asking officials at The White House Why aren't you doing something about inflation He is all ready admitted the

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"marietta" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:14 min | 7 months ago

"marietta" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Between Marietta and get us off as to write links remained lost for the crash. Investigation Activity five north Down Very Parkway to 69 5 of this guy Copters Bombard Brigade, 95.5 w. Asked the company best be news time is 8 32. This is Atlanta's morning news. Here's Marcy Williams. And just think about the Fly. Flags are flying at half staff in Holly Springs this morning WS Bs. Michelle write reports live. Mitchell set for tonight to honor Officer Joe Burson. Yeah, Jed. That candlelight vigil is set to start at eight tonight at Barrett Park in Holly Springs. And it remembers of 25 year old, who is described as the ideal employee by police Chief Tom Keheliya was 25 years old and Just a model officer. Healy says he was torn up to hear about persons death. The first police officer in Holly Springs to be killed in the line of duty. This is the worst day of any police chief's job. The friends of the Holly Springs Police Department have set up an online fundraiser to help with funeral expenses for persons. Widow reporting live. Michelle RIGHT, 95.5 WSB Vice President Kamala Harris visits Atlanta today to promote the Covid vaccine, along with CDC Director Michel Wollensky, really honored and excited to be with the vice president, their historic ebony's or church today and to meet some people where they are and understand why today was the day they decided to get vaccinated. That's her. Maybe she's good Morning America. Georgia lags behind the national average was 35% of adults fully that Vaccinated. The vice president also speaks this afternoon at Clark Atlanta Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Mark Milley admits an AP report that at least 1900 military weapons were either lost or stolen over the past decade surprises him. I saw the reports as well known media, I was frankly shocked by the numbers that were in there. Many of those weapons were later used in crimes. About three dozen weapons came from bases in Georgia. Millie assures a Senate committee. He takes the report very seriously. President Biden calls it a day of profound weight and power after he makes June nine. Teeth and official national holiday to celebrate the end of slavery in the US and which we remember the moral stain terrible toll slavery took on the country and continues to take federal workers will get the day off. But many private sector employees will be heading to work today because of the quick turnaround. Georgia has no plans to make Juneteenth paid day off for state workers, although it already recognizes it as an official holiday, a.

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"marietta" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

08:21 min | 8 months ago

"marietta" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"From media. This is that matter. Welcome to cars that matter joining me again or jim marietta and ted sutton as we continue our conversation from the previous episode. Let's talk about what original venice crew is doing now. Because i know when i met you jim you had just finished up your first or second competition model. Can you give us a little overview of what that program entails. And then i want to talk about. What makes that car special. It's kind of like a lot of ways. The car that never was because you were involved in a very special project back at the shop working on the independent suspension. That kind of never really got to spread it's wings and fly so when i got there of course i was young so i ended up working on mustang because the other guys wanted to work on a more prominent cars i would guess and ted was the crew. Chief fund mustang. Although he says he doesn't own up to that but he was. I worked on that car with ted and peter. Brian peter of course is not with us anymore but he was a great mechanic fabricator as well and so. We're the ones who did. I would say. Probably ninety plus percent ninety five percent of the hands on work to put the car together tested numerous times it will springs in riverside so it really exciting to go through the development part and make all the different changes that they wanted to make the shock settings and tire pressure in different air. Ducting to cool things off. You know that car ran without a fan. So it would overheat when it wasn't moving closer the modifications back in the day. The testing is how you figured out what you need to do next. You didn't have the computer we'd go out in a car overheat and finally they came in. So jim you need to take this radiator out and put into big radiator from the country squire so i ended up cutting or support out. Sit the radiator in. We didn't have any of the fancy tools today. So he ended up using a hacksaw or something like that to widen area and put that in works just fine. Doesn't it at work. Just fine. Been and i ended up prior to that of course flaring the driver's side fender on that which is Yet to meet a lot of the guys in show because we're the inner and outer fedor meet their tack welded together so we had to separate those and again using the tools that we had. in time. i ended up using a muffler in. So you could imagine using muffler gun with a chisel on it that echoed through the shop. Virtually everybody would come over and go. Just what are you doing because it was allowed. Thank sound like the house. Coming down phil. Remington comes over and goes. What are you doing in. I told him what i was doing. And he said will told you to use that. And i said we'll forget now who i mentioned who sent but i said if you have a better idea goes structure shoulder walks away. Net was it. We ended up finishing it that way. Then we use the rosebud body spoon to pull it out in florida and shape. So you've seen the picture of the car. I'm sure the number three with a big grey circle around the rear we put primer on. That's how we tested it several times until one defendant. Send it off the green valley where they wanna race. That's why we started doing those kind of things and then after can won the race at green valley car came back and john taku. Restored the car who you may or may not know it an excellent job but he on all these developments cars you have to kind of pick a day or a week or a race to restore too because we modified him so rapidly you couldn't just do a generic had a time so he picked today that can one race and if you look at the pictures carefully you can see the window. The parts glass window was Riveted to the top of the door so you couldn't put the window down so win. Ken wanted to talk to scrutineer or get area to open the door and Phantom car so the car was always ran warm. Who soon as the car came back. We've got it in the shop and came over and he said the first thing you need to do is take bloody window off. The door says it just gets too hot in there. One of the first things i did is drilled the popperwitz out and took the window of and of course back in the day. You don't only better so it through the window away right today. That would be a classic piece to have in somebody's garage but you know ended up in the press and then dick lens. Who worked with cantwell came down with the lumina frames and said the You need to put these in a car. And i said oh okay and i said how do you have any ideas boop renter procedures and not just put them in car ground bill right here. The frames foot him in the car. So you figure out what the attachment points are what you need to do how to get the window up and down usa strap for that. The yeah that was one of those projects where you just go. Okay here we go and so. It took a few days to get done. Learned a lot from doing it because it's tried to see how it works out works under the and so the very first time i got the plexiglas and i put in car and go to be used the strap to pull it up. I didn't put different soda. Jam right so they have to take it all apart and put the stiffener channel at the bottom of the window. go up and down. So that's all the r d of getting those things done. Those are the kinds of things that we didn't end moved on from there. We did a lot of testing at willow and then when we moved to the airport they started making the gt three fifty hours. They kinda line them up did more or less in a row and for some reason. I'm not sure how that happened. But i gave me the project of working with an engineer from dearborn to put the independent rear suspension in the car and this was at the airport in a area that was kind of as i recall kind of behind the shop office ends. I worked with this guy for several weeks and they brought in a irs unit from a corvette Abroad in the one that was developed by What dr believe was developed by ford advanced vehicles could have been. It depends on who you talk took. Swimming dana forty four centerpiece. Klaus harnik was the designer and we put that in the car and it took several weeks of testing and development to try and get that the work in the end. I think it was the corporate accounting department from what i understand decided to put that in the car was going to be too expensive and so they kinda nixed and of course there are guys that claim that the solid rear axle is just fine by the way. Thank you very much wins races and did because ken did a lot of the testing and so can was like the solid. Axle seems to work fine for me but we never finished the development on it is it turns out at the time. I didn't know this. But it is the turns out Designed for the independent suspension to have the little bit of a toaster in so when turn left to right to help the lady get around the corner new rounded little toaster most race. Drivers don't need any help. Getting around the corner. They wanna have something that's consistent so they know how things are going to react. Apparently that never came up or never came up to me. Because i was just. I was working on floor that i wasn't engineer. But i'm not sure that ever came up in the development till when we ended up with a number of the original parts from the development of that independent suspension. We found out that they were toast here in there and so we had to make some geometry changes so that there was no toaster through the full of motion which made the car handle so much better and now people are happy with it. Turns out. I think somebody figured that out. Fifty years ago the irs may have been in our sooner that was. Let's fast forward practically fifty years. Today it'd be fifty-six years if you do the math to what you guys are actually building. Now you talk about how they lined up those original. Gt three fifty ours and your car. So fascinating is that. It's probably the most interesting and authentic continuation car made for a number of reasons one of the reasons not just because it's officially sanctioned and licensed and authorized by four and. I understand by the way the guy who's last name happens to be forward actually initiated that authorization so this is not just some guy in a cubicle working for the marketing department licensing this was a real sanctioned authorization.

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Next Hotel Stay (MM #3670)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Next Hotel Stay (MM #3670)

"The minute with kevin mason. There are many signs that were coming out of cove and some good some bad airline travel up to almost pre pandemic levels in the week or two some of that spring break traffic of course but it's also people being more comfortable with lying once again. Hotel stays there also improving but the hotel companies are worried about what they're going to do to make up the money they lost from last year marietta's decided they're going to be changing some of the amenities at some of their hotels. Like for instance there fairfield inns or east to get the free breakfast buffet going to be going away. They're going to offer grab and go. Selections kiosks or little refrigerators. If you will almost like vending machines going back to the way. It was in the thirties forties and fifties. You go rather than free stuff because they need to make those profits back need to make that money that they lost for the last year. So they've got to make it any way they can plus with covid people sometimes uncomfortable now how they're interacting with others. You wanna deal with breakfast buffet now. Sure they're saying this is all about safety but we also know. It's about cost cutting.

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Next Hotel Stay (MM #3670)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Next Hotel Stay (MM #3670)

"The minute with kevin mason. There are many signs that were coming out of cove and some good some bad airline travel up to almost pre pandemic levels in the week or two some of that spring break traffic of course but it's also people being more comfortable with lying once again. Hotel stays there also improving but the hotel companies are worried about what they're going to do to make up the money they lost from last year marietta's decided they're going to be changing some of the amenities at some of their hotels. Like for instance there fairfield inns or east to get the free breakfast buffet going to be going away. They're going to offer grab and go. Selections kiosks or little refrigerators. If you will almost like vending machines going back to the way. It was in the thirties forties and fifties. You go rather than free stuff because they need to make those profits back need to make that money that they lost for the last year. So they've got to make it any way they can plus with covid people sometimes uncomfortable now how they're interacting with others. You wanna deal with breakfast buffet now. Sure they're saying this is all about safety but we also know. It's about cost cutting.

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Metro Atlanta nursing program ranks 7th in southeastern U.S.

Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

00:39 sec | 11 months ago

Metro Atlanta nursing program ranks 7th in southeastern U.S.

"The chattahoochee technical college practical nursing program has been ranked among the top seven licensed practical nursing programs in the southeastern us which evaluated seven hundred thirty one lpn programs across this region nursing process dot org based. It's twenty twenty one program rankings on pass rates for the national council licensure examination. For practical nurses academic quality the nursing schools reputation and affordability. The chattahoochee tech practical nursing program offers occupational courses at the colleges marietta campus in cobb county and program prerequisite classes are offered at multiple chattahoochee ticked campuses an online

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Teachers more likely to drive COVID-19 transmission at Marietta schools, northwest of Atlanta, CDC finds

Clark Howard

00:39 sec | 11 months ago

Teachers more likely to drive COVID-19 transmission at Marietta schools, northwest of Atlanta, CDC finds

"Covert on transmission covert transmission and Marietta and City Marietta schools City finds schools most finds most are linked are back linked to back educators. to educators. Here's WSB Here's WSB health reporters health to reporters bring in Cuba, to bring The in Cuba, CDC The looked CDC at nine looked at clusters nine clusters and more than a half and more a than dozen a half elementary a dozen elementary schools in Cobb schools County. in Cobb During County. a period During of a high period community of high spread. community spread. They found that most They found that of the most transmission of the transmission of the virus of the was virus from was teachers. from teachers. The virus spread The virus mainly spread during mainly in person during meetings in person and meetings lunch. and lunch. Then the teachers Then the would teachers take the virus would take back the virus into back the classroom. into the classroom. Now CDC Now CDC says that there says was that some there was cases some of cases student spreading of student the virus, spreading the but virus, that was but less that frequent. was less frequent. The report The shows report educators shows educators may play may a key play role a key role in school in transmission school transmission and the importance and the importance of teachers of being teachers vaccinated being vaccinated and in school and in prevention school prevention measures measures like correctly like correctly wearing face wearing coverings. face coverings. The

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CDC, Local District Study In Atlanta's Cobb County Finds Teachers May Play Key Role In COVID-19 Transmission

Clark Howard

00:38 sec | 11 months ago

CDC, Local District Study In Atlanta's Cobb County Finds Teachers May Play Key Role In COVID-19 Transmission

"On covert transmission and Marietta City schools finds most are linked back to educators. Here's WSB health reporters to bring in Cuba, The CDC looked at nine clusters and more than a half a dozen dozen elementary elementary schools schools in in Cobb Cobb County. County. During During a a period period of of high high community community spread. spread. They They found found that that most most of of the the transmission transmission of of the the virus virus was was from from teachers. teachers. The The virus virus spread spread mainly mainly during during in in person person meetings meetings and and lunch. lunch. Then the teachers would take the virus back into the classroom. Now CDC says that there was some cases of student spreading the virus, but that was less frequent. The report shows educators may play a key role in school transmission and the importance of teachers being vaccinated and in school prevention measures like correctly wearing face coverings.

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Prophesy End Times: Israel and United States Roles -Christian Podcast - burst 02

Riot Podcast

02:32 min | 11 months ago

Prophesy End Times: Israel and United States Roles -Christian Podcast - burst 02

"Welcome to the riott podcasts. We have practical discussions about how to share your faith. Seen news is and after some questions. Welcome to the riott podcast. Everyone this is. Bob shown them in along with my co host berry rice. Hey hey hey. And pete robertson was happening guys. How was your week and lots of hearts candy and roses. Yeah they did pretty good with that. We my wife and i went to. Where did we go. We went to hang out somewhere. Oh we went down to disney springs down in Orlando and We hung out down there and walked around and ate dinner and listen to music. All there's a lot of jazz players down there so like there was two different guys that were playing saxophone and so it was kind of like the romantic kind of day and so we just sat and did nothing in listened but there were so many people there. This was on valentine's yeah very nice. Weren't you like somewhere you the church. I was also in disney. Yes at a church. I took my wife to. She loves italian. You guys know that krystal loves italian food so we we went to The swan hotel also in disney and they had this really nice italian restaurant in there and It was amazing. Neither why think she been there when she was a kid. But i've never never walked around those hotels before so we walked over to the boardwalk and and The yacht club was over there. Just just really cool just really cool places to look and those buildings the architecture and just the detail it's disney right so the details and then we got rained on a little bit but it was cool so we had a reservation of seven sudden a seven forty five. We got there like six thirty and just had an hour to walk around kind of everything on really cool. You wanna know. Cool fact i do. That's the only property on disney property that disney doesn't own marriott. Right yeah weight. The swans is by. Until i was there. Any marriott's around disney world. Two three go and just go into into disneyworld won't marriott world rightfully called. It's amazing yes. Huge i yeah. I did not know that. Barry until we were there and it was funny because everybody's doing the three d. bar codes for menus right so you pop up on your phone menu. New said marietta on their like yeah. Didn't that's interesting. I didn't tell you guys were jd. Did for The girls my son sent Bouquets of flowers

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Atlanta metro school district wants eligible staff to share in bonuses

Clark Howard

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta metro school district wants eligible staff to share in bonuses

"School school district district wants wants everyone everyone in in its its system, system, not not just just teachers teachers to to share share and and bonus. bonus. Says Says there there are are expected expected to to come come teachers teachers and and in in school school staff staff already already on on deck deck for for $1000 $1000 bonuses bonuses as as soon soon as as the the state state signs signs off off on on them. them. But the Marietta School district now to give one K bonuses to all its Central office staff who's eligible. This has been very trying times and a lot of people have worked a lot of extra hours recognition of that and more, says the district's Aaron Franklin and beyond her school system. I think a lot of district will be looking at this. I know in the metro area. I talked to other CFO's, and I think a lot of March, sending it. Gets 95.5 WSB. The

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The Patriots Quarterback Carousel

Patriots Beat

03:51 min | 1 year ago

The Patriots Quarterback Carousel

"To talk with the quarterback Carousel though. The latest Derek card may be on the trading block maybe on the market. Maybe not on the market. But what are your feelings? I think we're both in agreement that the starting price of two first-round picks is absolutely insane, but just in terms of him as a player. Where are you on Derek Carr? Yeah. I I think that all just start first with the overarching, you know, I think you're going to see a lot of teams put borderline quarterbacks on the market right now. I think you'll see what Jimmy Garoppolo I think you might see with Kirk Cousins those sorts of situations. It's just because teams saw the return for Matthew Stafford and they're thinking when I want some of that right? It's like what's going on in stock market gets hot. So everybody wants in on it. I don't know how like not every quarterback that gets put on the trade block in the next month is going to be traded and I think cars the first of a handful so I'm not going to like over-hyped that as four cars a player. I mean a nice piece, you know, I I'm not overly excited. You're right. The two first-round picks is too much where I look at this in relation to the Patriots we talked about this on Tuesday is 4 a.m. To get a guy like Jimmy Garoppolo there has to be a trickle-down effect, right? So maybe San Francisco likes car and then they get car and then should be dropping becomes available something like that, but I'm not you know going to do jumping jacks and say the offseason is saved because the Raiders are thinking about trading car, right and I think the biggest thing with these asking price is is that it's nice to ask for two first-round picks your job. Actually get two first-round picks for Derek Carr and even old PlayStation. I can ask you for $500 for it doesn't mean it's going to happen. Right and the other days you want to I mean the offer stands but no no, I'm good. But then the other thing is is that you have a trickle-down effect that you mentioned of the Raiders are not out there actively seeking a trade for Derrick Car unless they can upgrade at the quarterback position themselves. So maybe they feel and I think the report that was out there was that they were going to try to take whatever they get from Derek Carr and package their own pics together to make a move for Deshaun Watson, but if they don't feel like that other shoe was going to drop that you don't just trade Derrick Cartwright. Nothing left, you know with leave yourself empty-handed and now they do but actually it's interesting. You said that cuz you're a big Marcus Mariota guy. I never thought he obviously had his moments. You don't think they trade Derrick car for you know, if you can get to First for Derek Carr if you think Mariota is only a marginal decrease in those two first-round picks will help you out. More than that gap between card Mariota like you don't think they might look to just do that. I wouldn't but you being as high as Mariota on as high on Marietta as you are I'm a little interested that you're not going to flirt with that possibility as well. I would if you have a team comes in and offers the Raiders a Godfather offer for Derek Carr and they do offer multiple first or multiple Hai pics then maybe you could talk yourself in terms of replacing car and like you said, it's not that big of a drop off from one to the other and and you can have that conversation. But I think with Mariota in card me to me, it looks a lot like what Mario dealt with with Ryan Tannehill in Tennessee a few years ago where Mariota because of his pedigree because of his history with the club was the starter to start the season. It didn't go. Well they make the switch to Red Hill and the following offseason is when they decide to move on from Marcus Mariota, so I actually feel like the Raiders and and the Patriots, you know as a domino effect, or maybe one year too early on this dead. Our conversation may be we're having this conversation next to offseason when Marcus Mariota unseats Derek Carr has the starter and if if not, when if okay fair enough. Marcus Mariota unseat Sarah car,

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Interview With Michael Close

The Insider

05:12 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Michael Close

"My guess is one of magic's lille leaving legends. He has a well-earned amazing reputation magic. He's an author creator former sultans pioneer niba publishing being amongst i realize how well using video and text together made such a wonderful learning experience and today while he's extremely busy working full us. It's michael close. Michael how are you today. I'm well thank you. Thank you very much for inviting me. What's your origin story. You have twenty four seconds. My home planet krypton was exploding and my father. Put me in a rocket and sent to cleveland. Ohio where i was raised by salmon marietta close and my dad was in industry. We moved around quite a bit ended up in fort wayne. Indiana which is in the northwest northeast. corner of the state of indiana there was a magic shop. they're owned by. Dick stoner who is still around in. An old friend bought my first tricks. They're probably when i was six years old and the bug bit and never really let go. I've yeah so it's about sixty two years now. I've been interested in magic people. Are i absolutely do There there were a couple of things there was a magic set called the sneaky. Pete magic set which i may gotten for my fifth birthday. I actually saw dick stone perform at my school. I think when i was five i still remember some of the tricks he did. He did hip hop rabbits. He did the ghost tube in that. Sneaky pete set and one of the things that was in there was the was it the trick of horace the old old creek where you sever the head of the horse with the and that was a little plastic version of that and then it's donors magic shop. I got the penny to dime with the little plastic block with the magnet inside that lives off his show coin and too little plastic. I don't know what you would call them. Columns that were attached to the bottom and a string went through and then you could slice through it and show that it was cut and then pull it back through again. Those were the first tricks that i own. And of course and of course aired nays. Because i want to seem like i was cool. Standard right verified bureau. Of course exactly right you know. Those were the those were the tricks. I'm going to use this podcast. A personal consultation. i'm sure there are many listens. They're in saint on forty. Nine between cup edgy. Since i was eleven. And i still haven't that stack an album and you're very well known for you. Men debt works helped me out two questions one. How should i choose which stack to learn and to what do you think in your experience. The best strategies. You've found the work best to actually memory. Well okay and we have a half an hour. I actually have done about of either forty-five minutes or an hour long targeted training video. That's on my website on this very subject. It's called demystifying the memorized deck. But i'll give you. I'll give you a very I'll give you a very short version. Which is your first step has to be to ask the question. How am i going to use this thing. Most people go memorize stack simply because everybody has memorizing stack. Now when i got interested in actually learning which was back in one thousand nine hundred ninety i had known of simon aaronson stack for quite a few years because he published it in the late seventies. I think and i knew exactly how i wanted to use the stack. I wanted to use it as an improvisational device to be able to sort of make up effects as i go i was influenced by that by burt. Allerton who had a trick in his book that used that and of course experiencing juan do his new monico sus improvised handling so i specifically knew how i wanted to use the stack and at the time the only stacks available really were one stack had not been published in english yet. I had simon stack. There was nicole. There was the ireland stack and i was good friends with simon by this point in time and so i learned that what now i learned to use the method he suggested which is a pneumonic method. One of course and people like what he aragon suggest every other way pneumonic and this is the third piece of advice. I would give you. Which is before you do anything you have to pay. Due diligence and due diligence in deck works and means buying at least choose me four books. Three or four books.

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Georgia nursing homes prepare to receive COVID-19 vaccine

Handel on the Law

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Georgia nursing homes prepare to receive COVID-19 vaccine

"It can't come soon enough for a Sally Hoi Mackey, who's 93 year old Mama's in a llama. Good nursing home, she tells Channel two action news. Just think, um I gonna ever get to hug her again. You know, and that's basically what she said to me. The last time I saw her, I just want to hug the director of a Marietta nursing home says it looks like 2 to 4 weeks before they'll be getting the vaccine W of SP's top national story President Trump is slamming the Supreme

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Kennesaw State's Marietta campus near Atlanta locks down after deadly shooting at nearby restaurant

Atlanta's Morning News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Kennesaw State's Marietta campus near Atlanta locks down after deadly shooting at nearby restaurant

"For students at Kennesaw State Ws Peace. Michelle write reports live. A nearby shooting leads to confusion on campus. Yeah, Marcie, this is part of the automated lockdown message going out all students on both K issue campuses around 2 45 Yesterday afternoon Armed intruder incident occurred on the Mariana campus and not the Marietta campus. No need to shelter in place for 10. It was later discovered that the deadly shooting occurred at a Mexican restaurant on Cobb Parkway near the Marietta campus, resulting in a lockdown there for nearly two hours. Heather's in her fourth year case, you and says Getting that call was concerning was extremely alarming. It was very scary, for sure, especially even not being on there, but being just down the road from it. The suspect was called, is facing charges no students were injured. Reporting live.

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Who should get the coronavirus vaccine first?

The WIRED Podcast

09:30 min | 1 year ago

Who should get the coronavirus vaccine first?

"I i mean story this week. Where at the end of twenty twenty starting to think about twenty twenty one. We've got a little bit of positive news on the covid front coming through with all the sort of steps forward in terms of developing a vaccine and we might be starting to think about actually meeting together in person in the office we could do the cast in the office. Perhaps who knows it seems like years ago that was a thing but maybe things will return to normal or at least normal ish. Natasha you've been looking into what the vaccine new means for how we're going to work. Yes i you're right vicky. This week we've had some really exciting news about coronavirus vaccine so the uk has become the first country in the world to prove the pfizer biontech rhinovirus vaccine for widespread use. Vaccinations could start as early as next week. For people in some high priority groups with eight hundred thousand doses. Say four hundred thousand complete treatments arriving in the k. In the first delivery now this is the end of the tunnel for many people who have suffered in this year throughout the pandemic in the world of work may mean exactly what you were saying. Vicky that we soon might be heading straight bites and the office to the sounds and smells of our colleagues. This is obviously when you've got news. But i've been looking into. This is exactly that what what does that mean. So the pandemic has largely proved that working from home is possible in many cases maybe even good for productivity do you think companies are going to urge workers particularly white collar workers people who may be able to do their jobs remotely to trudge the office soon as they can necessarily very true. The coronavirus crisis did that. Many people able to work from home really effectively. Before the pandemic companies were hugely work from home. So that was really bad. Perception in fact most business leaders told the world economic forum in two thousand and nineteen survey that they expected homeworking be negative for future productivity. Even though there's plenty of research demonstrate the opposite opposite so they've been proven wrong basically but what is true. Is that throughout this crisis. Companies have struggled to solve marietta. Problems come from having everyone. Working bosses are really worried because they can no longer see if you're working or how hard you're working. They struggled to know how to evaluate people's performances remotely. And they worry about whether working from home. We'll have hamper people's creativity. There are mental health issues concerning employers to so people are feeding isolated and lonely. And it's getting worse over the period of time that we've seen the longer we work from home. The worst gets their reporting high levels of stress anxiety and depression mental health issues and finally the pandemic raised cultural issues to such people feeding left out of work conversations. That would have happened in an open plan office and now taking place on private messaging channels or people were afraid that they'll be overlooked for promotions and opportunities at work. So it's a really big problems. They haven't actually managed to solve yet so given all of that. It's likely that companies will want work to combine the office if they can but the big question here is whether they're going to be set up with social distancing which means that people are able to sit next to each other and have to wear masks when they walk around basically similar to what was happening over the summer when the i look down lifted or whether they'll go back to normal and wait for that so it's said they can come back to a situation that was exactly the same as before the coronavirus so the way reopened offices operate in practice will impart depend. Who gets the vaccine. I with current plans. Favoring a staggered approach where all the people and those most medically vulnerable our head in the queue on paper that would mean that if officers wants open as normal they could wait until the employees age groups have been offered the vaccine and could theoretically opened the doors looking exactly as they did before the pandemic so as you as you mentioned There are of like there are different priorities. A different people Getting vaccine Based on their risk in their age and various other factors the of the world health organization has issued guidelines on but countries are interpreting in their own way. Doesn't mean if we are seeing and people who are older to begin with getting getting vaccines will Companies of encourage those. That have had vaccinations to be back at work. I will abuse of like staggering of like people with innocent adrian to have returned to the office to begin with and then so it rolls out like that or what was going to happen there. Yes as is in theory. If you think about the way the plans have gone from government. It looks like older age. Groups are going gets it earlier as well as people with medical conditions. That need if i so the most vulnerable and then it will go so slowly closer and closer to the younger people the population. So we'll get staggered of opposite way. I i guess. I in theory if you have an older working level of employees so if my employer over the age of forty or fifty they might be vaccinated sooner and they might be able to come to the office earlier in theory but i is. The answer not really happened that way because there were really two specific reasons why that won't be the case. If if older employees allowed to turn over younger employees age discrimination could be on the card. So it'd be very easy for people whose age groups still haven't been offered the vaccine to say look really unfair for older people in my group to be able to return to the office and for meat not be given the opportunity simply. Because i haven't been given the vaccine i legally right now. The uk also can't make vaccine monetary. So there might. It might be the case in those age groups where you assume everyone's had the vaccine they might be built haven't had it at all and decided that they're that they're not going to so the uk government said that it won't make a vaccine mandatory anyway so employees can never really assume that one hundred percent of employees will have taken the vaccine to go back to normal and those that do really really thin ice so companies could face human rights challenges as well as potential liability if employees suffer side effects as a result of being forced to vaccinate if they feel like they're being pressured by employers who wants to go back to normal when they say look. We don't have social distancing. Want to go back to exactly the way it was are you. Are you vaccinated. And they feel bad pressure to do so. That could be a big problem. And also there's a second thing which is employees can refuse to tell their employees if they've had vaccine to it's not their obligation to disclose that information so the nicholas southern the employment lawyer who we spoke to this piece said that companies that demanding more bums on seats will likely be more led by commercial needs than anything else when deciding who to bring back to the office but there other people who being clients bring vaccinated employees back i so she says that companies should tread carefully. Some employees will not want to be vaccinated for religious philosophical or health reasons and companies. Could face discrimination claims as a result of that but we can't forget her is so second. Take time for people to feel safe coming to work again. Regardless of how many people were vaccinated and their safety remains the biggest hurdle to a full return to the office so who's linked study of uk c. level executives from mid sized companies which found two fifths expect employee resistance to go back to the office when they reopen all. These things has taken into consideration when planning returned to the office which is likely in springtime if not sooner if the roll out with the vaccine goes well but with a more flexible feature on the horizon the biggest challenge that companies will have beyond safety concerns is how they can create inclusive workspace and cultures that worked for remote workers hybrid workers and office workers. I think it's tempting to think of the vaccine is like it's going to be this single moment where we rush rush out into the streets hug complete strangers like va day. But it's not going to be like is going to be like the congratu snipe excessive everyone a vaccine. So i mean we're going to be in this weird hybrid situation for awhile don't we. Yeah that's that's what it sounds like at the moment gonna be really hard to tell what implausible decide to do until we start to see more people going back to work in the uk probably in spring twenty twenty one as i said before when the vaccine becomes a bit more wide spreads. But you're right. I mean there's not going to be breakthrough wrestler. Everyone's had the vaccine. We're all cured. There's no parallel toll. Everyone lick the handles on the doors of your offices all safe again. You ever do that. Good but look judging going my serious. Judging by the survey data coming in recent months this is kind of a break from what's happened before people do enjoy working from home part time i love them. Do miss the office. But it's not because they miss being a building or they missed. The commute is because of their colleagues and the social aspects of work. Those are the kind of things that they missed the most. And so it's likely that companies will listen to that and even if they do want people to come back because of the concerns about their productivity and about creativity or their or their mindsets. They're still probably will factor in that feedback and offer a hybrid type workplace since working from home is proven to have no downside on productivity.

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Password abusers of 2020

Talking Tech

02:55 min | 1 year ago

Password abusers of 2020

"So stay tuned after the show to learn more. We're not the only ones who bad job with our passwords companies have a lot to atone for as well dash laying. The password manager likes to end each year with buckets coal for companies. That have not done a good job of keeping our password safe and as always i love reading their chart in letting you know what they have say. I'm jefferson graham. This is talking tech this year twitter. Zoom top dash lanes annual chart of the worst password offenders. His both companies. No tash lane quote allowed their employees and users to fall victim to cyber attacks by using weak passwords unquote. Let me fill you in twitter last july one hundred and thirty verified accounts belonging to barack. Elon musk bill gates. Joe biden and others began to post bitcoin scams because as it turned out a small number of twitter employees fell victim to a phishing attack. Twitter responded by having their employees change their passwords which notes should have happened earlier not later zoom the video meeting app. Which is we've spoken about. Was the most downloaded iphone ipad app of the year. Saw half a million zoom prudential's posted for sale. In april hackers figured out several ways in including credential stuffing and deployment of multiple bots to capitalize on zuma's week and reused passwords potentially compromising more of these users account across the web easyjet the uk based budget airline suffered a cyber attack. The compromised nine million emails itineraries with over two thousand customers credit card. Details breached starwood. The parent company of the mariot mega chain was still recovering from a twenty eighteen data breach when another five point. Two million marietta guests were involved in january hack. The culprit compromised mariot employees log in credentials and on and on. It went the company's lead us down but we need to be more diligent as well with our passwords notes dash lane which says that the average internet user has over two hundred digital accounts that require passwords a figure projected to double to four hundred in next five years so again kids use random and different passwords for every account. You have because repeating the same password note stash. Lane is a lot like using the same key for your house in your car. If someone gets a hold of the keys they now have access to your car. All it takes is for one bad password for hacker to get your information dash line along

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Georgians near Atlanta urged to vote in upcoming Georgia runoff election

Fit Positive Confident

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Georgians near Atlanta urged to vote in upcoming Georgia runoff election

"Afternoon and Marietta, Georgia, talking with Republican voters, RNC chair of Rana McDaniel, trying to appeal to voters about the importance of the upcoming Senate runoff elections on January 5th. First of all, even Purdue. Has 100,000 votes lead over John office right now with the certification, So if you lose your faith, and you don't vote, people walk away that that will decide it right

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With GOP win in Alaska, control of Senate pushes to January

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

With GOP win in Alaska, control of Senate pushes to January

"A January runoff in Georgia will decide the control of the Senate Alaska Republicans kept a seat in the Senate after Dan Sullivan defeated al gross an independent running as a Democrat the Georgia run off election set for January fifth are becoming a showdown over control of the Senate GOP senator Kelly Loeffler will face Democrat Rockpile Warnock and Republican senator David Perdue will face challenger Jon Ossoff lost Lauren Perdue appeared at a crowded indoor rally in Marietta Georgia with senator Marco Rubio this decision to make right it's America that look at the consequences if Republicans only get fifty seats Democrats would control the Senate because vice president Kamilla Harris would become the tiebreaker I'm Jennifer king

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Polls Open in Metro Atlanta

Atlanta's Morning News

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Polls Open in Metro Atlanta

"Day. It's happening now. The polls are open in Georgia. Nobody West Please. Michelle, right kicks off her alive, end up team coverage from a polling place in Cobb County. He has got the cold Temps aren't keeping folks from coming out here to vote today. The lines here at Fuller's Park Recreation Center in Marietta, will they were wrapped around the building with VOCs bundled up with their coffee, trying to stay warm until just about 30. Seconds ago. When you started talking, that's when the doors opened, and everyone has been able to file into this polling location. And cast their vote for this election. I ran into a guy who came here he had sent away for his absentee ballot. He's working in New York. He flew all the way down here to cast his vote because, he says, this election is that important Reporting live from Marietta. Michelle, RIGHT? 95.5 WSB still the common

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Slowing Down and Looking Around With Julie Zickefoose

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

05:59 min | 1 year ago

Slowing Down and Looking Around With Julie Zickefoose

"I called you up because they want your expert advice on how to slow down and look around like kind of where to begin because you really seem to have a practice. Of connecting to natures tell us a little bit about you in that. Well, it really really helps to have a dog with a bladder that has to be let out every morning. Because I think a lot of know this the dog brings out her inner child it it it it forces us to go. Oh, well, I'll just take a long walk with the dog and that's a wonderful excuse to get out each and every morning you know without fail because this is an imperative and so I turned that into a morning meditation that can sometimes go four hours or more and you know that sounds like a a sort of a rich Victorian lady way to live I assure you anything but that but I don't have an office that have to go to. My Orchard and Meadow, is my office and once I realized that my life took a decided turn toward the wonderful. And you know I I realized that that observing things and sharing what I see is really my job on one of those people out there who needs to do this and share. So Tell us where you are. I am in Southeast Ohio in the Appalachian Foothold Foothills of Ohio, about twenty miles northeast of Marietta in the extreme southeast corner of the state and So this is a very rolling heavily wooded highly diverse area It's much more akin geographically to West Virginia than it is to what most people think of as flat plains Cornfield Ohio okay. So here we are and when this is airing its October and and we've been through, we will have been through most of the migration Let's talk about the recent migration of the ongoing migration who's been visiting what have you been able to say hello to along the way the snow it's been it's been so incredible. It was very late released September came and went without a bird and I was worried I didn't have my normal pulse of juvenile birds coming through in mid July and I thought Oh and then you know mid to late September third week of September came around and own. My goodness it's like the floodgates opened. So I was vastly reassured the birds had managed despite the incredibly cruel spring very, very low temperatures in late May birds managed to pull off some young that they did it later than they normally do. So these birds were not ready to fly until probably just about now. So they're pouring through and I think the the main stars this year for me have been the bay breasted warblers everywhere Blackpoll warblers as well. I get lots of Tennessee's as many people do I sometimes think Tennessee warbler must be one of the most abundant birds on the planet. Go down to Costa, Rica. You see them in the coffee plantations you see them in Guatemala on the mountain tops they're just all over the place. Magnolia warblers, chestnut sided warblers it's just been. So beautiful say that bureaus are diverse We've had a blue headed. Red. eyed. White eyed and Philadelphia here. So that's always a thrill. Oddly I. Get Philadelphia various but not warbling bureaus. And, I only get Philadelphia bureaus in the fall had one spring record in twenty eight years. The same is true of Cape. May. Warbler who are are most common migrants get gobs of them in the fall there just you know I never use the word trash bird but some burgers do I've got gobs of of Cape May warblers, but I get very few in the spring. So that tells me that migration routes. By season and probably by sex of the bird and it's it's just it's also complex and fascinating and keeping notes is the whole point well, and that's what you just said you said record you referred to record you and and I I my neighbor up the hill she leads birds as well and she texted me I don't know a week or two ago me with mid-september let's say and she said Oh. I. Still have a lot of you know hunting hummingbirds, just the Ruby throated and asthma northeast here and and and she said, you know I. Don't usually get them after this week I. Wonder if they'll still be here next week and so she keeps records right lesser quickly us right and so I quickly went to my Uber Dot Org, my cornell lab of ornithology database. You know my member account there and check and I was like and I texted her right back and I said October fourth two thousand sixteen was the latest sighting of the Hummingbird I ever had. To move. Elo. And I just that's it. Comforts me yes now yes. Says new IDI, right? Yes. Tying yourself into the phonology of the season being aware of what's normal and what's expected in a certain week is such a beautiful sing and it's the old way. It's how people lived. You Know Oh. Will it's about time for the be birds to come back in you know now. But but we've gotten away from that but but it's right within everyone's reach to just write it down on your computer on your phone in bird on paper like I do write it down and then have something you can comb through and see you know what your records look like it's it's a great great thing to do in ties right in and then the the the the Nice segue you get there is journaling. If. You're gonNA write down the dates. You see something right about them and and writing helps you process everything you see and everything you experience and then you have a record.

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"marietta" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"marietta" Discussed on WSB-AM

"O'clock Marietta city schools will no longer give parents a choice of in class or virtual Learning Channel to Steve Gil Bok, reporting to the superintendent. Is recommending that the school year's start with virtual Onley learning the board expected to vote on it tomorrow in depth coverage of campaign. 2029 95.5 WS ME President Trump's reelection campaign, His campaign manager suddenly replaced ABC. Cecilia Vega reporting this morning that the president's facing some tough new poll numbers is a major shakeup. Longtime campaign manager Brad Par scale demoted. He's going now run the digital operation. Bill Stepien takes the top job he was involved in the 2016 camp. Pain and was the White House political director. I'm told that he's someone that President Trump is very comfortable with. But in many ways, this is not a surprise. In 2016 the president had three different campaign managers. Polls showing President Trump trailing Joe Biden by double digits nationally, and in many swing states top local news every 30 minutes. And when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it. 1.3 million Americans falling first time unemployment claims last week that's 10,000 fewer than the week before. For CNN's Christine Romans says it's probably gonna get worse, though, as you have the resurgent virus in places like Texas and Florida and Arizona and California, where you have closures again, you could see more jobless claims going forward J. C. Penney cutting jobs 1500 of them in closing more than 150 stores as it works to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. And survived.

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"marietta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

08:36 min | 2 years ago

"marietta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Honored to have you where do you live I live in Marietta California area yes wow yeah it was a bit of a trip over to Nashville yes but well worth it to do your debt free Screamin person yes I love it more honored to have you how much did you pay all thank you sixty three thousand three hundred and fourteen dollars and fifty cents excellent how long did this take it took me twenty months good and your range of income I started off with my main job in second job at a little over ninety four K. uhhuh and I ended just last year with both jobs at around six little overseas one sixteen wow excellent so what do you do I'm a compliance analyst for a California electric utility great and your side gig my side gig I had to I worked at Amazon and I worked a retail job in my life to fade with retail I worked at TJ maxx okay yeah no so which paid better my main job or not mean of the two side houses which were on the second job TJ Max okay yeah right and I just want to say too I also made an additional one thousand five hundred thirty two dollars and eighty five fans on the felling apple offer up just from staff hanging around the house good okay yeah so what kind of that was a sixty three thousand well I had a closed cable bill I had about six thousand on credit cards the I owe the IRS fifty four hundred I had two four oh one K. loans a little over twenty thousand as a car loan at twelve thousand a personal line of credit at about fifteen thousand and personal loans my sister of about fifteen thousand so you have your house I'm sorry fifteen hundred you're like normal yeah I was really normal yeah just a little bit of dead everywhere just kind of be bop along and what happened twenty months ago flip your lid something happened yeah it did it dead I was turning fifty David somehow yes there's a milestone birthday and I wanted to have like a party reception style invite my family and friends I started looking into the cost of that and found it was just gonna cost too much so I went and chose a cheaper alternative an all inclusive vacation to Cancun Mexico okay yes before I was about to leave I sat down to pay my bills for the month and I was looking at my checking account and it was really low it was so low that I had to put on one of my utility bills a water bill I believe on a credit card and I was sitting there thinking I'm about to turn fifty years old I've been working since I was sixteen years old and I'm putting a utility bill on a credit card and I'm going to Cancun and you can **** yes yes so I decided okay since I am nervous days okay you're doing good and so I can I can feel right where you are I can feel it this is you're fifty years old you're getting over this this is your haven't I've had it moment I'm here in it yes yes I was really I was disgusted and I was embarrassed anyone really know except for my sister of what you know with the circumstance I was and I was really embarrassed of myself and I said you know I know how to dig out of this hole because I'm not afraid to work at all I can give myself for this whole when I will when I get back from Cancun but what what am I going to do to not end up here again because I've done it I did it time and time again and so so I went on I had to borrow money from my sister for the trip to kind of stay afloat for the rest of the month and to have a little bit of the spending money in canton to at least have been going a couple excursion so she lent it to me but you know how you say you need someone to tell you the truth someone that's not afraid to hurt your feelings that was my fists dialogue or that was great I was she knows how much I'm making she says this doesn't make any sense he goes where's your money going we have to do something about this river getting mad and I was like we don't have to do anything I have to do it are you gonna let me that not money she and she did she let me the money and so we went to had Ken could have the best time of my life my birthday was fantastic but if you look at the picture in Cancun I looked great I have lost a lot away I was feeling healthy but I was broke I was broke thank goodness the trip was all inclusive so we got back I knew was about to be holiday season and I applied to Amazon because they were hiring of course you know like gang busters so I got a job there first I had posted on my Facebook page I said I'd made a financial mess of things it is my responsibility to clean it up in a dear friend Tracy she commented in my post and she said Hey I have the materials to financial peace university with the Ramsey do you want to take the course with me and I said Dave Ramsey I know him I know you through beach body have your book on Tracy leadership now and I said but I I didn't know the total money makeover are the financial peace university Dave Ramsey so I immediately went on your website I was about to leave for that second job at night I went to your website research everything saw the classes and I saw that you had a podcast so on the way to work that night I download the podcast and there there was a single mom who is a nurse doing her debt free screen and she went through a host her story is really resonate with me our family was helping her she was working like gang busters and I think the first time I had hoped I said this is the answer to my question and so I I went on to work at night but but also I hurt when you were interviewing her walking walking to the store you're talking about the baby steps listening based at one thousand dollars to small to large I could do that uhhuh and you said this is what it clicked you said your getting out of debt is eighty percent behavior and twenty percent had knowledge and it clicked fireworks are going off in my brain because I relate I had up to that point I had lost about seventy pounds yeah and I didn't think to apply those principles to my money this is the answer to to what I need it might to change my financial life so you're amazing I went on to work and the rest the rest is history it's called hope yes it's fun yes very cool yeah so what's the key tell people how to get out of that one of the the key I mean honestly for me taking that not your nine week course financial peace university was that it was everything was a game changer being among other people because I'm single it was so our town ability and encouragement yes absolutely and if you see me I mean I was I was running a little late to the class and if you see me I I if Kelly showing the picture yes I'm I have that kiss grit and I'm not I'm in here and I got in there and when I sat down and heard everyone else's story it was just it I had even more hope and then I found out too I'm not the only financial hot mess in the world you know I'm not by myself so I removed the condemnation yeah yes good for you yeah good for you well done I'm proud of you thank you thank you I'm sure your biggest cheerleader was your sister yeah absolutely and she even came with you all in order to do that for you he did see what her name her name is could trees right ago countries I love it you're not only a truth teller your supporter yes very good yeah really cool yeah congratulations thank you day very well done we are a company Chris Hogan's book for your retirement not returns part of a no not too many years a style number eight every day millionaires because you're going to be one thank you they were on their way okay I just wanted to say to I at some point I did audio listen to Chris this book and that really opened up what I was doing on even more for me because I have a very good job to job and the power of that income as you talk about I just saw it even more clear and I'm Jeff I was hoping to be done with baby step three by now but my check hasn't posted yet we'll get there yeah I love it well done Virginia from San Diego sixty three thousand dollars credit open twenty months making ninety four to one sixteen great story khallid down let's.

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"marietta" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"marietta" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Call healthcare solutions at four oh four four hundred forty eight hundred to learn about the gains weight ET treatment today mark Garrow five double U. S. B. Atlanta's news and talk ninety one degrees on Peachtree still not surprising that palm trees are sprouting up all over metro liner first time in a hundred years I just made that part up James is in Marietta James Walker the show Hey how you doing what's cooking buddy I'm not much not much yeah so my yeah my neighbor down the street has a palm tree in his yard how long is he had him are you having for every is actually out there the other day next month so I mean I guess you got to maintain kind of treat him nice yeah but I mean but you were you got you got like bamboo right next to it lines and then in the spring time he has all these beautiful to look pretty quickly Yardley hundreds and hundreds I'll never be back I by the way I'm never gonna come I just it just won't happen I motor nobody wants as a kid that I'm just a verse to do any kind of yard work but it also has the house right down the street at the haunted house I'll never be that guy either I will never be that guy either bamboo is kind of cool though did you say used to smoke Pamela Longoria's unknown now the smoke out of bamboo that's what it was okay and is in merry at any walk of the show not a body I just want to tell you do you remember that at that most export watering hole on Roswell road called cocktail because just north of two eighty five yeah yeah yeah absolutely great palm trees out front but they were fake a buddy of mine had a little too much a cocktail code yeah go out there one nine five one eight you broke it and right all yeah just killed well you know what maybe the ones outside the gentleman club or fake long gory tomorrow on your way to work because I know you would go there otherwise your me to stop by swing by go and have a drink can I get your card to go in there I'll give you my card absolutely going to have a drink and then investigate palm trees are real I'm down that get the lunch buffet perhaps if they haven't got a lunch with and I don't.

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"marietta" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"marietta" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Talk John kicks is often Marietta if I can get my mouse to work there you go Hey John how are you Sir I was just what I say I think this is a man it's just not on lake Lanier alone there I've been out but not a lot of the body the water around here it is really feel like there's a lot of new voters that don't know the rules of the water and they're kicked out there was inflatables in telling a bunch of kids around and not being respectful of everybody else in the water forgive my ignorance do you need a boating license like a driver's license not not for his arrest little small recreational well maybe that's issue number one perhaps you can go out and just pick up a wave runner or jet small boat and then go **** around and the prices have gotten to the point now on the little personal watercraft but you can pick them up for three or four thousand I get the appeal of jet skis they're fine the I like those are really fun but if there's ever something you're gonna wear a life jacket on it's got to be a jet ski I mean you're one of the water especially if you're not obvious that it like me I went up in the water yeah I have a life jacket and a noodle when I get on the on the Japanese you know what to do Allen's in Acworth Alan welcome to the show Hey man what's up buddy I don't know first of all man I love your show I was the only album work everyday in the morning excellent okay but okay the at the drownings in like one here I believe it's natural selection so just just people being dummies my grandfather told me if you're gonna be done together that's very wise father's noises and words were don't put mayonnaise on corn beef that was the wisest thing he ever told me your grandfather actually gave you excellent advice well one of the thing you said he's only so don't let them little girls get you in a server hold he said sometimes it's hard to get out of I don't know if that's an appropriate now but I will let it fly Allender thank you gals in Woodstock il walk of the program Hey how you doing Hey Gayle it's cooking hello I was losing all the time I think and the likely near death first of all people will not be responsible like the other people that said but there certain places that you probably don't want to go in like when they're due to them flooding that kind of there is still like far more are in all kind of stuff yeah I mean there's little their little old towns underneath the water we come back the the financing to guess how deep lake Lanier is the average depth when we come back more of your calls people keep dine at lake Lanier is it a curse or natural selection and are you going to not go to.

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"marietta" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

06:45 min | 2 years ago

"marietta" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

"Studios in Marietta Georgia and as we were talking with highland Berlin I'm Tim Denison with me as always is my good friend and Co host Brian Hewitt. Hey Tim joining us today. We have trace Redmond and Eva Redmond R._N._D.. Brewer and in marketing for Asheville 's highland brewing. We're GONNA talk about experimental brewing thing what it's like to be an older well established berry in a very competitive market and of course the latest beers from highland brewing trace eva. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having us and we have becky smalls here with us. We can't forget becky's I've been forgetting forgetting smalls lately. Did I need to start introducing her as well so we're not we're not used. She's been here in the studio with US yeah. We're it's just throwing its confused. I'm used to her being on the road on the road. Okay Eh we'll try and make sure to remember you the rest of the neighboring. She's not yeah trace. We're getting started here. We're getting some of the beers thank you so much. We got a good lineup here to drink from but we started off with your give them Hellas this kate. Is that Cater Katie Katie Katie. Can you tell us about this one. Yeah this is one of so we do bursaries or pilot room just to keep things fresh for the bring team and also to get new beers new ideas stuff like this so Katie Smith who is <hes> <hes> bird highland wanted to do a German beer after she got back from her <hes> she got a scholarship to go to Germany on a pink boots trip so she was there for about two weeks and asks Durda Bro Beer and she said she wanted to brew either a Hellas Dallas or a row here so it was like go for the health for the house yeah so it's all <hes> all German ingredients. It's Weyermann Mall it was <hes> she went to <hes> the Malthouse at Weyermann <hes> so it's Barca pills which is a heritage variety and it's just a really beautiful awful Hellas <hes> we brought it four times now so it went from pilot. We did another pilot batch and this is a bigger system batch <hes>. It's like a bigger pilot batch. It's a fifty barrel batches. We did for the tasting room only because it was so popular so for it's quite tasty yeah are you involved with the pink boots society I am I gave is our chapter President Co President <hes> but I'm certainly a member great events. No I've heard <hes> I'm familiar with boots society and I know it's women and craft beer but what is the main goal of society <hes> it's for the education and promotion of women within our industries and an opportunity for women in the brewing industry and Production Front of House marketing to find common ground <hes> to network and to educate themselves and to learn so so the scholarship program is really the thrust of it <hes> that I mean that trip to Germany is really an exciting opportunity where they meet with female brewers over in Germany. They have the opportunity to participate in <hes> I think she said she was in a brewers parade aide. At one point the place yeah sure enough German culture for you pretty darn awesome and so it's a really great opportunity to learn more and to advance ourselves within the industry. That's that's great. I've seen a lot of the <HES> activities around around Atlanta Georgia for pink boots and I know they do the the beer's a lot of times. There's a certain time where they do a lot of collapse and we'll see a lot of them out there so it's pretty cool stuff becky. Have you done any of the pink boots events here now I haven't but I need to get involved in this. Get you hooked up because she sent over to Germany over there yeah so Brian <hes> another busy week for us as always we did some drinking. You know what I'm going to go right into my favorite part of the week. We started the new this week. We're doing twitter polls. Take a little question action with throw it out there on twitter and see with a massive snake now this could evolve since our first week. I'm sure this will evolve but this was something you and I have debated before as we often do have differing opinions on many things but <hes> Coffee Beers trace we were talking about Coffee Beers and light coffee beers perfect. I am of the mindset that a cream L. is the best lighter beer for a coffee Beer Brian Team Coche. He thinks a coffee cautious is the place to be there so so I could be per <hes> persuaded to go coffee blonde because I've had some very very persuasive coffee blondes from local burr so but yes I had a <hes> a coffee coach when I was over in Las Vegas and absolutely loved it and it was one of the finer coffee I had in a while so it's stuff like this because this went your direction well that doesn't hurt for that doesn't show twitter spoke and per twitter fifty. Seven percent of people say the cream also it was still close Brian Fifty seven to forty three yeah yeah for the cream of the call so it sounds like people enjoy both of those but the fact that I was right it is nice. It's really nice. It's icing on top of the coffee creamer female yeah so trace if you had to choose culture cream L. which which one would be your choice. I think I probably will coche early like this guy. I don't know about him. I really like yeah so I think he's on point. He's an R._N._D.. Brewer he knows what he's he's tested things to good stuff manuel outside of that Brian we went around we had some Hattie bees for those who are not familiar with Nashville hot chicken that they just came to Atlanta not too crazy long ago what six months or so many <hes> my first time making out there I had a wild. I'd have an emergency drinking beer with it a good one Nelson Tasty Chicken for National Fried Chicken Day that's right. It was National Friendship Day Tropicalia guys really nicely with that an I._p.. In hot chicken most pretty tasty to get her to area so and then we wanted we were feeling lagers lager pills or something along those lines we went down to Georgia Swung by Arches Bruin and sat there and drank a few of their beers Lloyd's which is a light lager that they've done with a local restaurant <hes> to give them a craft offering and Bohemian riot yeah their pills. They just released that yeah. I had a zero zero <hes> New England I._P.. There and I thought that was very good. It was probably one of the better hopped beers have had from them. They specialize in loggers. They're doing the the krispies but that was really good yeah. They're crispy boys down there yeah so <hes> we also made a stopover at from the earth <hes> local <hes> Bruecke my way you'd put it went through a bunch of things of course I had the coffee cosmonaut and was very much in love with that but they had a bunch of fun things out there we had that mango Habanero Bulls on parade which I think it was was that wasn't that a berliner with a with a treatment of extra Berliner Mitch use it was yes. They had this special syrup that they poured in it just like they might do in. In <hes> Germany we have an Arrow there. Oh it was it was that was very tasty him. I think it's time for the Beers of the week crack open a cold one. It's the truck and tap fear of the week craft beer.

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02:49 min | 2 years ago

"marietta" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Numbers Mike in Marietta you are going to be first tonight welcome Hey Eric how are you good you I'm great just wanted to touch base with you a second and this this Ted you calling the millennial mayor that's what everybody calls him apparently okay well you say he's a nice guy night and I'm just can't you know I just don't understand how anybody that won't handles illegal and make you an me pay form to be here it can be a nice guy it's got to be an act well I mean okay so that this is this is my part part of my problem with with modern American politics is how we so we internalize these things in a tragic I mean a Democrat would tell you that they don't think Donald Trump can be nice guy because he's cheated on three wives with porn stars and whatnot and and would you say don't drop the nice guy well if we're talking about a leader of law and a country that's one thing as far as personal but we we we decided that back into Bill Clinton days well that was doing Clinton a good guy it was Bill Clinton nice guy I mean Bill Clinton like he was a nice guy even though he treated well well he's a nice guy after the after the Republicans took over and we're this is a problem though I I don't think we can define people is be nice guys or not based on whether or not we agree with their politics I got plenty of friends of mine were Democrats and we disagree on everything but I'm not gonna say they're not a nice guy they would keep my dog for me if I went on a town they couldn't keep my guard up if I was sick yeah well what I'm saying is a nice calm I can do your loan I mean a a not nice guy might be able to keep your lawn looking good but you might not want to hang out with and that's just what I'm saying if he does his job correctly and over who who can argue that we have a president that hadn't paled his promises I mean he's done a spectacular job as far as keeping it promises on the on the campaign trail but see this this is the what what why I take issue with what you're saying here is that you're you're making about us policies I'm just say and by all accounts the people I don't know to Terry but the people who I do noted here even if they disagree with on politics and I think to a person they do they also use very nice guy you good you go to a baseball game with him you go out to eat with team are you coming out with him have Bearden in not talk politics and you'll be fine same with president trump for that matter you can hang out with him and have a great time and not talk politics but when we decide this person can't be a nice guy because I disagree with him on politics I think we're no better than progressives when we do that the NT four people marching in the streets that's what they think we shouldn't be like them.

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01:56 min | 2 years ago

"marietta" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Talk is baseball still America's pastime David in Marietta welcome to the marking on show our large hard sorry and now he's not here tonight all right I'll I'll always instilled Syros I knew this is gonna happen what was gonna happen I would be great I love baseball nine fifty three but I am still resentful market a lot of people are my age where the money comes in or supporting yeah Major League Baseball is a strike we serve member the strike yeah and I did a lot of bitterness of that even after a decade or you don't see that with football you got people on Friday night going high school football game Saturday college games so I'm very yeah you got the NFL do you also combine in the spring they want everything baseball has not caught up yeah you know based on more and I think it's no longer America's pastime because the football it makes a lot of sense all right thank you David and thank you for giving me an opportunity to do my skip kari impressed I he has a very good point football after the strike up football really got its you know what together and he's right that the what's the combine you watch the draft you watch all that stuff that used to be taken for granted a boring is now hyped up an exciting and I think he has a very valid point that football American League sorry the National Football League is America's sport you have Friday night high school Saturday college Sunday pro Monday pro Thursday pro so it's all week long down the hall men in tights but baseball has something that football doesn't have baseball is a very long season so drawn out over the summer more opportunities for excitement I think I know the games are long and I know some people are boring but a home run or really good pitchers tool or somebody that's hitting the cycle that's that's exciting which.

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03:08 min | 2 years ago

"marietta" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Blowdrying marietta it wasn't like as bad as i've ever seen in b but it was definitely like storming really hard and like i could hear it from in the basement and on gresham road in dekalb county early fourth of july spock's able way was scary this marks were from tree limbs hitting a power line crews on the scene repairing a traffic light that came down and several intersections and georgia power working to restore power there's a little less than four thousand customers that remain in without light and air conditioning right now in the storm center michelle wright wsb toronto police officer wanted on a rape charge in west virginia's arrested at the atlanta airport thirty four year old jordan anthony dozzell's in the clayton county jail this morning he was arrested after atlanta police identified him as a fugitive from justice the suspect is accused of breaking into a woman's home last september in huntington west virginia and raping her new sanctions on iran ordered by president trump targets around supreme leader the sanctions block the supreme leader and senior military figures accessing money under u._s. jurisdiction they come as tensions with iran have ramped up following shoe down of american drone saga megani reports the president says the u._s. has shown a lot of restraint iran's ambassador to the u._n. says sanctions or not the answer dialogue is somebody who's primarily patient is to put more sanctions on top iranian commander warned his forces will shoot down more u._s. drones if necessary president jimmy carter is praising president trump for backing off a military strike on a ron carter told the congregation at his church implants he agrees with the decision to call off the strike w._s._b. news time is seven thirty four police are stumped after the disappearance of university of utah student salt lake city police assistant police chief tim doubts as mackenzie luek texted her family after returning to utah last week the family and her friends have not heard from her she missed a midterm exam a flight a lift driver who dropped off the twenty three year old is not considered a suspect police say there is no evidence they have seen that mckenzie's in any danger w._s._b. news about your health new study shows a link between common drugs and memory loss researchers find drugs like antidepressants and anti psychotics could be responsible for as many as one in ten cases of dementia despite the results of the study you're advised to continue to take your medication and talk to your doctor experts say the findings suggest using caution when prescribing these drugs to anyone whose middle aged earlier new from overnight polar three spacex successfully launches a falcon heavy rocket from the kennedy space center it's carrying about two dozen satellite for a defense department mission it's the first ever nighttime launch of the world's most powerful rocket to the falcons side boosters were able to make it back safely but the core booster crashes into the ocean w._b._z. news time seven thirty five five o'clock eighty nonstop newsfeed twenty five minutes away here it's time now to bring us up to speed on weather and traffic mellish joins us live with the lands most accurate and dependable forecast your forecast for today near antenna on the train melanie later.

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01:33 min | 2 years ago

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"And Kennesaw sixty eight Marietta's sixty nine Loganville, seventy it's seventy on Peachtree street. I'm meteorologist Kirk Mellish. WSB drive. Now here's Smilin' Mark McKay. Shoulder. Powers Greg back into. Delays outbound twenty westbound approaching exit three. Three. Blocks. Free crash. Freeway, I twenty westbound delays before. And after pinola, then slow before downtown connector southside, Doug Turnbull, seventy five northbound really does a queue up until forest Parkway Clayton county, eighty five now Baffert into downtown is rugged seventy five north above one sixty six past freedom Parkway now. Eighty five starting to thicken in both directions near the captain her Georgia four hundred interchange. Brought to you by your Lanta Braves. They're back in town, June tenth through nineteen for a homestand filled with fun promotions. Like the swampers bobblehead and Ozzy. All these chain giveaways. Checkout Braves dot com slash promo for more info, Atlanta Braves baseball chop on triple team traffic WSB now at eight AM, every weekday morning on W F, fifteen minutes of uninterrupted in depth news, weather, and traffic. News feed. It's another WSB advantage when you start your day with news ninety five at AM seven fifty WSB on the line, now with the chairman and.

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01:35 min | 2 years ago

"marietta" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Over in marina, California controversy is brewing, once again, as illegal immigrants are being sent into the center of the country, according to CBS local in unknown number of migrants recently flown into myriad has border patrol facility. Some in the community were quick to stand in front of the gates to let them know they're not welcome to stay Marietta resident Bob Cole says, he's all four legal immigration, but told CBS LA's, Nicole Comstock, that a source informed him of one hundred undocumented immigrants being flown in from the Texas border to San Diego. Then Busta Marietta over the weekend to be processed. Cole said we can be called racist. We'll just smile because we don't care or watching to see where and when they move, he said, a source told him that I will eventually be dropped off at strip malls and bus stations throughout the valley, the Marietta police department say that's not true. According to Murrieta PD, our chief, Sean hat, and contacted the commander of border patrol in Marietta assured from him. There is not going to be any immigrants released from the maryetta border patrol station. Nonetheless, this is obviously raising I r- at communities around the country, who feel that it is ridiculous that illegal immigrants are basically just being sent to their towns. Remember that Donald Trump got an all sorts of hot water from the left for his gestion that sanctuary cities, be sense, illegal immigrants. I said at the time, I don't see what's wrong with that given that we've heard from sanctuary cities that they are more than well, welcome to, to accept illegal immigrants. Okay. Well, if that's the case and why exactly would you send them to communities that are concerned about illegal immigration in just a minute? We're gonna get comma Harris who stepped all over herself today when asked about her favorite musician. It's, it's pretty solid political gaffe get to that in one second, I did. You know, you can actually.

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10:19 min | 3 years ago

"marietta" Discussed on KTRH

"And that's Dr Brian May of Queen new horizons the ultimate fool song. Of course. You know, that we actually explored that area on the first of January is the new year moving into space moving into new horizons and tonight, Dr Michael salads with this. We're just talking about Exo politics. A lot of great stuff being shared tonight. We're gonna go to the phones. Now, go to uncle dug in North Carolina. Haven't heard you've heard from you in a while. Glad to hear from you. Go ahead, you're on with Michael solid, April. Ally in low here. People don't seem to understand what the space program really came from. I mean, you guys are touching on some great high points and some great points in in the space systems. Many of the callers and the and the viewers and the people of Boyd bushman. Bushman was walkie, man. It worked for Joaquin but dad worked for Martin Marietta, and they're both. They were both Martin Morton companies in the Marin companies tunnel like excuse me. They were you ever both married to the same lady. The same lady was the Martin lady and Lockheed Martin were Martin Marietta and Joaquin Martin bushman spent many a holiday with my family out in Colorado. I live in North Carolina where I'm at. Matt Boyd spent many holidays with my family in in in Colorado. And back during the day. Way before I was born. And you know, when the Puget Sound crashes had happened out there. These men went out there. So the retrieval. They pull they've they were there. And that stuff was brought back back in. The this out of the crashes. They went on out in the in the Puget. And then they were there. Also, there were also. Connected with Dan Brown. In alabama. I mean when he was down there in Alabama, the space program came from Germany, and they snagged him up all these people were together Marietta walkies Martin. Alabama space program. People don't seem to understand what was going on in. It's still going on to this day. Era, four islands off the coast of the of the United States one in the Atlantic. And the rest of them are in the Pacific where there are major underground space programs going they think going on clydes since the fifties. When I was a small child living in Colorado employed with. To our house for the Holiday Inn, spend time with my dad and talks about the space program. I didn't really know what was going on. But I listened and I and and now I have a retention of what was going on. And I do remember a whole lot of what say said this has been going on for a long time. It's not just happening right now. Space wars and all this stuff. You know, the jets just set something up up today. Cheer about that the Japanese. By that. I know that the Israel sent a rocket up today. I know that three. Israel, just sent something up. And so the Japanese. This has been going on for so long that the American in the world public have no idea because they're walking around with their pants hanging down below their underwear and after big chrome wheels lipstick all over their face. They have no idea the real world is what's being on way back in the space program. And we're getting ready to have a real reckoning in this world, not in the United States. None any individual country. It's getting ready to happen. All over the world. Eight years. Yeah. Go ahead. Sorry. I was gonna ask Dr solid about if you wanted to comment on what you said Doug gets. If some very interesting information, a good, Michael. Boyd bushman. I now he had a lot of things to say about what was happening at Lockheed Martin. And one of the things that I found in doing my research was that Lockheed Martin back in nineteen forty three. When I sit up skunkworks Kelly Johnson. They were getting the briefing packets that had been prepared by William Tompkins on behalf of the US ninety that had despising Nazi Germany. Bringing back all of the information about the flying sources that the Germans were building bet then beckoned forty three when skunkworks was first set up. Kelly Johnson started to get these breaking is from William Tomkins showing what the Germans were building. And so, yeah, this is discussed back a long long way. And I think boy bushman Ben rich, and there have been many others that have worked at Lockheed skunkworks. Now the truth about the research on secret spice craft using anti gravity technologies that have been developed and built secretly at skunkworks for the navy for the air force and other customers. The yo Doug, what do you think of that? I'm with you two hundred and eighty percent about that. Because when I was a small child living in Colorado and Boyd bushman was at our house. I could I could remember them talking about secret programs that would have been going on for up to up to ten years before I was born in all that is still going on to this day. It's not only going on to this day. But we as the American in the world public or getting ready to have a major reckoning because we don't seem to understand what is going on. Because these people have been in control throw long time Boyd bushman. In alabama. In many of the others with Lockheed in Marietta is all been in cahoots forever. And I'm not saying there within in cahoots, but they have been doing this. My father was navy aviation through over twenty two years when he went to work for Marriott. He said you have no idea he told me before he died at the age of eighty five. They said you have no idea what the world's getting ready to understand. That's amazing. Doug. I appreciate you calling you tonight. It's good that we've heard from you again. I haven't heard from me while what a great call. Thank you. I love you to take care of that. Great call from Doug calling about the the background here. You know? And he's talking about this reckoning, and there are a lot of people who theorize what reckoning is. And that is probably the undeniable truth that there is life out in space, but what would be the procedure after that. Because I was talking about the UN ambassador and how she's pretty ambivalent to the idea, or at least she she's excited with the idea of having contact. But would it be misunderstood? And would it be considered hostile? Or would we take a stance of careful diplomacy? Well, I know that with the Spice Girls proposal, the driving force behind that is this desire to release some of these technologies and white world them take him out of the flat world of. Unacknowledged this'll excess programs that are funded illicitly by a. Platt budget, which is generated through all of these illicit activities. And why we're basically a congress signs the appropriations and the funding for these programs that this conduct congressional oversight and executive oversight. Just as there is with the Pentagon. And that's something that the Trump administration wants because he understands that the control over the funding of these programmes is gonna determine who has access to that information. And as long as all funding comes through these elicit funding mechanisms that are set up the. Then never gonna reveal what's what's going on. So it has to be white world. And I think stifles is the leather Trump is using to make that happen. So he is President Trump going to be the president of disclosure. Do you think? I believe so I think he knows about disclosure mean Trump's uncle John Trump was actually a Massachusetts Institute of technology, professor in electrical engineering, and he was actually involved not only in the review of Nikola Tesla's pipers dealing with advanced. Electric riddick's. But also he was involved at the time when the Roswell artifacts were taken to MIT study says John Trump knew about this. And he told I believe Donald Trump back in the eighties. When Trump graduated from Wharton school and told him all about this kind of technology. That was kept secret. He always brags about the pedigree. He said that his uncle would tell him all about nuclear before it was nuclear he said, and he says he told him all about all the secrets, and he has a lot of them tucked away there, and maybe he'll reveal some with the push for space force dodger, Michael salad with us tonight on ground zero. Wanna remind.

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01:37 min | 3 years ago

"marietta" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Degrees on Peachtree gorgeous today in the city of Atlanta jaycee joins us in Marietta. JC welcome to the show. How are you, sir? Thanks. I'm good. Thanks. So here's the li-. My daddy wasn't my daddy. But my daddy didn't know. So two people were lied to you and your dad. Yeah. Indeed. Indeed. Well, I took a lot of people have done. I took a, you know, the DNA tests find out what my my what my ancestry was. Yeah. Or the entertainment value. But I gotta tell you, man. I had a half brother pop up that I've never heard of. Wow. So how long ago was this? This was April last year. And and that's when he found out your dad wasn't your dad. Exactly. And he didn't know that. He didn't know it and never never had any clue nor did I and my mother basically took it to her grave. They're all the perpetrators are dead now. Oh, no kidding. But it's it is a huge issue seemingly with with the whole. You know, who your dad was or is? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I've I've researched. It I I've communicated with my new half brother, and it's real nice guy. But it's like, you know, no one ever expected that. So, you know. My mother basically had an affair, and and I was a result. So I now have ten half siblings. Well, that's I guess that's the silver lining. Right. I it isn't a look it doesn't matter. How I got here. I'm here, and I got a purpose and on when it's all good. Sure. So both your mom and dad had passed. So.

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WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"marietta" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Happy hall of fame announcement data you as well. And look we we all know that he's getting in when you look back. What is the most remarkable achievement or the remote remarkable aspect of Mariano Rivera, the postseason? Listen, we can we have a million ways to identify somebody stats how good they are. But the bottom line is we as fans and players as players it's all about winning that last game winning championships. And I believe you can make the argument that no one influenced at least in the modern era of expanded playoffs. Nobody influenced more championships than Marietta Rivera, when you think about just how money he was in pitching, essentially, the equivalent of two full seasons in October with an era under one and he's not one of these. You know, let me start the ninth inning clean, you know, with nobody on base on the three rd league guys he averaged like four and two thirds out in the postseason. And you know, he had I think fifty eight of those in the postseason of four or more either the next three guys in the let's don't even add up to fifty eight. What he was able to do. So for me. I think of this guy. He's the last out of more World Series and anybody in history, and you know, that image multiple times of Marietta, just thrown the arms up the jumping in like it. Never changed. Never changed all those years. Right. The way he pitched the body type the mechanics, and especially the results didn't change for two decades..

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WIBC 93.1FM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"marietta" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"News page, we've put major events only on there. I'm talking right now to Amy Nelson. She's the executive director of the fair housing center of central Indiana. And I know you guys have a big event that's coming up pretty soon and registration is opening up just around the corner. So tell us a little bit about that. Yes. We are very excited. We have our annual fair housing conference every April at the national level. We celebrate. His fair housing month because that was the original passage of the law back in in April nineteen sixty eight and this year will be our seventh annual fair housing conference will be held on April third that's a Wednesday at the Marietta east here in Indianapolis registration. It will be opening soon. Get information again on our website on our events page for a very excited. We have a phenomenal. Keynote speaker George ellipse sets coming in and then we'll also have fifteen topical breakout. Sessions for from on variety different topics. Whether it is disability base housing discrimination lending discrimination or her even more systemic based issues like mapping prejudice project, and how evictions are certainly impacting hoosiers as well. So for people who are listening and thinking all I'm I don't think I can actually go to that. What types of people in what lines of work would benefit from coming to this conference. You know, it's certainly. A cross representation we do see a lot of housing providers. Whether that is lenders or landlords attending. But we also each year have a number of advocates and consumers, we we also get continuing education credits for attorneys real estate and social workers as well before individuals general knowledge, if you're interested in civil rights related issues, we certainly try to strive to mix in a few topics that look at issues on a very broad-based issue rather than just honing in on here are some examples of national origin discrimination, for instance. And.

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"Marietta's says fewer guests records were compromised than feared in a previously announced data breach, the world's largest hotel chain. However, says approximately five point two five million unencrypted passport numbers were accessed. The compromise of those passport numbers has raised alarms among security experts because combined with names addresses and other personal information that can be used to open fraudulent accounts or be used by foreign operators. The FBI is leading the investigation of the hack and investigators suspect the hackers were working on behalf of the Chinese ministry of state security. Hackers accessed about twenty point three million encrypted passport numbers. There's no evidence. They were able to use the master encryption key required to gain access to that data with some Democrats talking impeachment as the house changes hands AP, Washington. Correspondent saga megani reports. President Trump is pushing back in a tweet the president says he's done too well to be impeached. Asking on Twitter. How do you impeach a president who has one perhaps the greatest election of all time? He ticked off other accomplishments say he's had the most successful two years of any president since the only reason Democrats want to remove him is they know they can't beat him next year to congressman introduced articles of impeachment yesterday. House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi is been cautious about whether the new democratic majority would ever actually try to impeach him. Saga megani at the White House while the president and congress are squabbling over immigration issues. The question begs just how important is immigration to Americans. AP's Rita Foley has a look at the results of a new Associated Press poll nearly half of Americans. We asked say immigration is such an important issue. It should be a top priority for the government this year, but two thirds of them don't have much confidence that Washington can handle this far more Republicans listed immigration as a top issue than Democrats held. With care and the economy were on the list of top issues too. And about twenty five percent of Americans listed climate issues. As a top challenge facing the country a sharp increase largely driven by Democrats. Rita Foley, Washington. Shutdown impasse. I'm Tim Maguire. The AP news been the President Trump met today with congressional leaders about his border wall and the government shutdown after the meeting us asked by reporters, if he said, the partial shutdown could last for months even years, I did is that. Absolutely. I said that I don't think it will. But I am prepared. And I think I can speak for Republicans in the house and Republicans in the Senate they feel very strongly about having a safe country. The president also said he could consider declaring a national emergency and bypass congress to build the wall. Trump says he felt the meeting was productive house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she didn't see any real progress lengthy and sometimes a contentious conversation with the president both sides did agree for congressional staffers. White House officials to continue meetings through the weekend, the.

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