35 Burst results for "May 2021"

Biden Is Blaming Everyone but Himself for His Gas Crisis

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:08 min | 1 d ago

Biden Is Blaming Everyone but Himself for His Gas Crisis

"According to upstream online dot com, in a letter sent in June to a list of companies including ExxonMobil Chevron Shell, Phillips 66 Marathon Petroleum of BP, Biden chastised the companies. He said at a time of war, historically high refinery profit margins being passed directly onto American families are not acceptable. But Chevron called for policies that underpin continued investment in oil and gas rather than the obstructive approach that Joe Biden has been using thus far. The oil companies then sent a written statement out, they said, we want to underscore the U.S. refineries are running at high utilization rates. Refinery capacity expansion is a long-term proposition given permitting engineering design capital cost estimates and equipment procurement. So the idea that they can just ramp up production is not true. But Joe Biden has to find somebody to blame for his own bad policy. And so, of course, he spent the last several months up to a year blaming everybody but himself. In October of 2021, remember, as of October of 2021, you were already looking at gas prices that were hovering just under three bucks and 50 cents per gallon. And so it already risen by well over a dollar under Joe Biden. At that point, Joe Biden said the gas prices would come down. They did not. Do you have a timeline for gas prices of when do you think they may start coming down? My guess is you'll start to see gas prices come down as we get by going into the winter. I mean, excuse me, in the next year, 2022. Oh, midwinter to the next. Oh. Has that been happening right now? Then Joe Biden blamed OPEC for the high gas prices. This is November of 2021. If you take a look at gas prices and you take a look at oil prices. That is a consequence of thus far. The refusal of Russia or the OPEC nations to pump more oil. Oh, by the way, there's November. That was well before the Ukraine war is blaming OPEC.

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Robert Byrd Vs. Joe Manchin

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:12 min | 1 d ago

Robert Byrd Vs. Joe Manchin

"Now, let me ask you senator in terms of Robert bird versus Joe Manchin. If Robert Byrd had passed the bill that just passed, the 87 IRS agents would be taken up offices in West Virginia. Is there anything like that in this bird in this bill? Not that I know of and, you know, listen, we've all been on, I've been on our show crazy Joe for keeping the filibuster into that. Let's now work on a bipartisan infrastructure Bill. And I thought it made sense. I worked on the chips act. It was probably too expensive, but it still makes sense, trying to develop chips that we need for our military and domestic consumption in America, not relying on China and other places. So it's not like I can't work with a guy. Here's what happened. This is the same Joe Manchin who voted with the Democrat and march of 2021. Just imagine every Republican voted no. What does that tell you, Susan Collins? Ted Cruz, Lindsey Graham, all of us saw this bill as being hurtful to the economy and Joe Manchin was wrong in 2021. He's wrong now. And I think he's done a lot of damage to the people in West Virginia. That's at least what the goal will say.

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The Gop's Midterm Campaign Theme

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:54 sec | 1 d ago

The Gop's Midterm Campaign Theme

"Republicans coordinate their messaging into November? Well, absolutely, you know, sometimes songs write themselves. This right itself, okay? You got to remember the first thing I did at the news conference. Was remind you that these are the same people that told you in March of 2021. The American rescue plan would double the economy. Well, in March 2021, inflation was 2.6%. It's 9% now. What happened between March and now? The American rescue plan became the American recession plan. It flooded the zone with new spending and new taxes. If hurt economic growth, this effort to declare war on American fossil fuels was part of the American rescue plan. So the people who promised you the American rescue plan would help you. Don't know what they're talking about. The

J6 Parent Rosemary Westbury Details How the FBI Paid Her a Visit

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:55 min | 2 d ago

J6 Parent Rosemary Westbury Details How the FBI Paid Her a Visit

"I'm very pleased to welcome today rosemary westbury. Now her family has been turned upside down by all this, and I'd like you to hear from her, her firsthand account, rosemary, thank you for joining me. I really appreciate it. I'm really sorry to hear what's happened to your family as a consequence of our own government. And I want you to describe the events in the aftermath. Let's not start with January 6th. We'll get to that. I want you to start with the first time the U.S. government in the form of the FBI came visiting your house. Well, dinesh the first time, actually, that they came was in February of 2021. And they came specifically asking for my son, Jonah. There were 5 of us that had gone to January 6th, and my son, Jonah, was, you know, we'd never been to Washington, D.C.. So he was posting pretty much all day on his SnapChat. The events of the day he was excited to see president Trump. And so one of his classmates had actually turned him into the FBI. He was former classmates. And so when he, when we had that first interaction, of course, my son contacted an attorney, so we got an attorney. And a local attorney. And they reached out to the FBI. The FBI went silent, really, truly what we call radio silence. And so my son rents an apartment in my home with a separate entrance. And the FBI knew that because they came to my house.

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The Auditing of the Auditors

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:31 min | 2 d ago

The Auditing of the Auditors

"More than half of the agency's audits in 2021 were directed at taxpayers with incomes less than $75,000, according to the IRS data. So I think we can extrapolate fairly forward that double the number of audits that were done last year are going to happen this year. Because that's where the money is to quote, Richard blumenthal, and Ben cardin. I just want to tell you, I'm only IRS people are fine. I've only known one well. Fred Lynn, went to the lord a few years ago, was in my church for a long time. I think he was the regional director of the IRS out of Orange County, California when I lived in Orange County. Fred was a great and good man. I'm sure everything done on his watch with ethical. And I think most of the IRS people like most of the FBI agents like most of everyone everywhere tries to do the right thing. But if you're working for the IRS and you're an audit and the boss gives you ten files and you bring back 10,000, you haven't found anyone violated the law. This is the boss saying, good job, way to go. Or does the boss say, you must be incompetent. Maybe the goodbye says, you know, let's go over these with you because it's very rare for ten out of ten to come back zero. So let's go over these with you and you double audit those people. And if there's still nothing wrong, those people have been double audited, and they say, okay, let's take another ten. And you really turned down the script on that because every IRS agents metric is what do they find and what do they bring in? Because the other thing they said in The Washington Post is that every dollar spent on pursuing audit yields $10 in revenue. So

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Alex Jones Ordered to Pay $45.2M More Over Sandy Hook

The Officer Tatum Show

01:27 min | 5 d ago

Alex Jones Ordered to Pay $45.2M More Over Sandy Hook

"It appears that Alex Jones got to pay a butt ton of money. The article says Alex Jones has worked up to $270 million, says experts at the Texas trial determining damages to sandy hook families because the victims aren't going to get any money. And it says Texas jury awarded sandy hook parents, sandy hook parents, scarlet Lewis, and Neil hessling an additional $45 million in punitive damages and Alex Jones, it says Alice Jones, he wrote the wrong name. Alex Jones defamation trial, and it says that Alex Jones is probably worth more than a $135 million to 270 million and has been main company free speech systems for years. So he got a bunch of money. They're making him pay $45 million on top of the 4 million that they originally said. It says Jones withdrew $65 million in September of 2021 after judge, the judge gamble, our last name is gamble, ruled that he had lost the lawsuit to sandy hook families by default for not complying with court orders, so Alex Jones got a lot of money.

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 UK authorities charge man arrested at castle with crossbow

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last week

UK authorities charge man arrested at castle with crossbow

"Prosecutors have charged a man with intending to injure or alarm and Britain's Queen after he was arrested at Windsor Castle on Christmas Day 2021 Just once sing Chael whose 20 has been charged under the treason act after allegedly being caught with a crossbow in the palace grounds an official says jail who's from the south coast city of Southampton had discharged or aimed firearms with intent to injure or alarm her majesty This is an offense under 1840 twos treason act He's also been charged with threats to kill and possession of an offensive weapon Jails in custody and will appear before a court on August 17

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Kash Patel Discusses the Potential of Criminal Charges Against Trump

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:32 min | Last week

Kash Patel Discusses the Potential of Criminal Charges Against Trump

"I saw the headline, they're going to try to indict Trump from DoJ or investigating it. We did a little show on it. That's it. So I'm going to kind of be learning alongside the audience. So just forgive my ignorance on some of this stuff, but we've been on a lot of other stories. So we have a piece of tape here. This is, okay, tell us who Chris Miller is. Chris Miller was the acting Secretary of Defense at the end of the Trump administration when I was chief of staff. So he was the civilian in charge of the entire Department of Defense. Got it. So this is a minute and 17 second clip. It's Chris Miller. Testifying in front of the January 6th committee. This is the full tape, we're going to play this and then tell us the significance of it because at the surface it looked like this made Trump look really bad. Play cut 26. So what do we clear here that since then, in February 2021, Mark Meadows said on Fox News Fox News that quote, even in January, that was a given as many as 10,000 National Guard troops were told to be on the ready by the Secretary of Defense. Is there any accuracy to that statement? Not from my perspective, but I was never given any directional order or duo of any plans of that nature. So I was surprised by seeing that publicly. But I don't know the context or where it was. No, we obviously have plans for activating more of both. But that was not anything more than contingency planning. There was no official message traffic or anything of that nature. It just so we're clear you did not have 10,000 troops to be on the ready for January 6th. Prior to January 6th. A non military person probably could have some sort of weird interpretation but no, to answer your question. That was not part of my plan or the Department of Defense at this point. This sounds bad for Trump. Why am I wrong? So because a, it's a snippet, but I'll take it in reverse, right? He's right. We couldn't have legally had 10,000 troops on the ready. National guardsmen and women are everyday citizens, cops, doctors, teachers, homeschool nurses, whatever you. We have to pull them out of their everyday lives and bring them in. That's the only way to use domestic military law enforcement assistance. Not the everyday military. And what Chris said is a 1000% accurate. We didn't have on the ready because we had no request from Bowser and Pelosi to do so.

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Man who stormed Capitol with gun gets longest prison term

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last week

Man who stormed Capitol with gun gets longest prison term

"The longest sentence so far in the capital riot trials goes to the first person put on trial Guy refits daughter insist her father isn't a violent man The things that he did while he was there I also feel like it wasn't really him It was part of a mob attacking the U.S. capitol January 6 2021 Prosecutors say he was a key member of the three percenters and bent on causing harm especially to House speaker Nancy Pelosi threatening to drag her down the capitol steps by her ankles Ref it the first person to go on trial for the attack was sentenced to more than 7 years in prison His wife Nicole refit says he and others are being prosecuted for their political beliefs There's not gonna be a one 6 or that will not be persecuted for their political ideology Rapid is one of 7 to get a jury trial so far all 7 found guilty Tim McGuire Washington

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DHS watchdog asked the Secret Service for all Jan. 6 texts, then retracted the request in an email

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

DHS watchdog asked the Secret Service for all Jan. 6 texts, then retracted the request in an email

"Congressional Democrats allege a cover up on deleted Secret Service texts and demand records The chairs of the House oversight and Homeland Security committees have requested sit down interviews and internal documents from the Department of Homeland securities inspector general regarding deleted Secret Service text messages surrounding the January 6th attack on the U.S. capitol House oversight chair Carolyn maloney and Homeland Security chair Benny Thompson wrote a letter to inspector general Joseph Kofi Monday The committee say they have evidence showing the inspector general's office first learned of missing Secret Service text messages related to the attack in May 2021 But efforts to recover the text messages were abandoned in July 2021 nearly a year before Congress was informed the messages had been erased Mike Gracia Washington

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Dinesh Examines the Implications of a Third Political Party

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:20 min | Last week

Dinesh Examines the Implications of a Third Political Party

"We all know that there's a good deal of political polarization in America, and it's often deplored as a bad thing. Wouldn't it be great if Americans could come together, but what is the way to respond to the polarization? Well, it turns out that there's a group of people and one or two in the democratic side and two or three on the Republican side. And they've decided that the solution is a new party. A third party, a centrist party that they call the forward political party. Well, it's kind of a weird name, first of all. And it sounds a little socialist to me. Doesn't like it, she goes, it sounds well, I mean, forward sounds a little bit like progressive. It sounds a little bit like, but I suppose what they would say is we're trying to find a way forward out of the polarization. Now, who's involved Andrew Yang now Andrew Yang is the tech nerd who ran for office. I think he ran for New York. And then he ran for mayor in 2021. And then he said, that's it. I'm out of the Democratic Party. Now that by itself is a good thing, but evidently Yang thinks that there is space for a new party and he's joined by some Republicans, although these are kind of has been former, old, establishment type of Republicans who are part of the, you know, the George H. W. Bush administration or the George W. Bush administration, so there is one guy who was part of the Trump administration, miles Taylor, a former Homeland Security official. And then David jolly, a former Republican congressman, a Christine Todd Whitman, a former Republican governor. Notice a common theme here, it's former. These are basically people who have lost office, can't really gain much traction, it seems like time has passed them by. They have no real constituency. So I think they kind of feel like if you put a bunch of losers together, you might get a winner by loser plus loser, plus loser equals winner, but generally loser plus loser plus loser equals three losers.

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Charlie Welcomes the New King of Late Night, Greg Gutfeld, To the Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:10 min | Last week

Charlie Welcomes the New King of Late Night, Greg Gutfeld, To the Show

"Greg, speaking of your show, you know, it's only been what about a year year and a half, is that right? Yeah, I think it started April 2021, right? Yeah, so it's a year and three months. And it was a little bit of a risk that Fox took, but you are just slaughtering your competition. And it's been, it's weird because we waited for the right time to do it. And it just made sense. Like, I pretty much knew this was gonna happen, but I couldn't say it. And so did Suzanne Scott, who was the CEO, we were talking about it and we go like, it just makes sense, because when you see a hole and you just know you can feel it, it's like it was right there in front of us. So, you know, and I got to tell you. So I had Adam Carolla on a couple of days ago and then I did his podcast. Great guy. And we were talking about how you know when something is successful in Hollywood, they don't talk about it because it is so damaging to their psyche. It is so humiliating. So he goes like, he goes, they pretend that my show doesn't exist because they just, it's like they can't look in the mirror and see their own failure because that's

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Afghanistan: One Year After the Complete Biden Disaster

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:40 min | Last week

Afghanistan: One Year After the Complete Biden Disaster

"A year ago, we were in the process of watching Afghanistan fall. This was August time frame last year. The Biden administration had made their faithful decision to say we're going to have all of our troops out by September 11th, 2021. They wanted to have the symbolic political victory of being able to remove troops, you know, 20 years after the terrorist attacks on 9 11 in New York in Washington, this was their political C I did something that Donald Trump didn't do. I got us finally out of Afghanistan. I've done what I promised to do. The problem was is they made no real conditions on how they were going to get out of Afghanistan. Thus leading a vacuum in which it was seen by many in the Defense Department, there's many personnel on the ground saying, look, if you remove these troops, the way you're removing them with no conditions, and then you're moving yourself out of magro air base, you're moving back to Kabul. The issue was that the Taliban was going to take over and they took over at a very rapid pace, and this was predicted by many in the time that this was going on. So in understanding that issue, I've said and made the case many times at the very problem with the Biden administration in their underlying problems with how they see their support. And why do they see their support in the low 30s? And why they see the disapproval right in over 60. You can take in inflation, you can take in the economic we have a gas process food process, the baby formula shortage, whatever you want to throw it on top of this. And you can understand why Americans are very frustrated, both Democrats and Republicans with the administration.

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The DOJ Confirms It's Investigating Trump

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:30 min | Last week

The DOJ Confirms It's Investigating Trump

"We're seeing news reports that Joe Biden's DoJ has opened an investigation into president Trump. Now my reaction is a big whoop Dee do because this is a no surprise, be what is it the 77th investigation into president Trump, the New York attorney general has one. Of course, there were ongoing investigations into Trump while he was in office, impeachment number one, impeachment number two. Of course, the January 6th hearings. And apparently this investigation is, in some ways, not motivated, but perhaps supported. By the January 6th committee hearings, I mean, evidently, the DoJ has been calling people before grand jury and questioning them very lengthy hours and hours of questions about various meetings that Trump had. This is going back to December 2020 and early January of 2021. There were like the Trump talk about overturning the election. Did he have communication with what the media called fake electors? So the sort of alternative slates of electors that would have come forward had the election results been revisited by the state legislatures, but it doesn't make them fake electors it just means that they were not the official electors, at least until this process had gone forward in the way that Trump intended.

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Trump, Pence speeches put stark GOP divide on display

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 weeks ago

Trump, Pence speeches put stark GOP divide on display

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting Trump and Pence speeches put the GOP's stark divide on display Former president Donald Trump and his former vice president Mike Pence were both in Washington Tuesday in separate and starkly different appearances Trump was back in the nation's capital for the first time since inauguration day 2021 while critical of the Biden administration Trump also resurrected the 2020 election I always say I ran the first time and I won then I ran a second time and I did much better We got millions and millions more of us At a separate event Pence said it's time to move on I believe conservatives must focus on the future to win back America Polls show Trump remains by far the top choice among Republican primary voters with Pence far behind and Trump teased he may run again We may just have to do it again We have to straighten out our branches Mike Gracia Washington

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 Man's 63-month prison term matches longest for Capitol riot

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

Man's 63-month prison term matches longest for Capitol riot

"I Mike Gracia reporting a man's 63 month prison term matches the longest for the capital riot A Washington D.C. man who attacked police officers with polls during the January 6th 2021 riot at the U.S. capitol was sentenced Tuesday to more than 5 years in prison The sentence for 56 year old Mark ponder equaled the longest so far among hundreds of capital riot prosecutions before sentencing ponder asked U.S. district judge Tanya chutkan for mercy saying I wasn't thinking

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Former Pence chief of staff testifies to Jan. 6 grand jury

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Former Pence chief of staff testifies to Jan. 6 grand jury

"I Mike Gracia reporting a top aide to former vice president Mike Pence testifies before a federal grand jury Mark short the former chief of staff to then vice president Mike Pence has testified before a federal grand jury investigating the January 6th 2021 attack on the U.S. capitol A person familiar with the matter who insisted on anonymity says short appeared before the grand jury after receiving a subpoena The appearance was first reported by ABC News which said short testified last week Short who has cooperated with the separate House committee investigating the insurrection was with Pence at the U.S. capitol during the attack on January 6th Mike Gracia Washington

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NCAA charges Tennessee with 18 major violations under Pruitt

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

NCAA charges Tennessee with 18 major violations under Pruitt

"The NCAA has notified Tennessee of 18 major rules violations committed under former football coach Jeremy Pruitt allegations include providing impermissible cash gifts and benefits worth over $60,000 to football recruits and their families The notice of allegations says at least a dozen members of Pruitt's staff were involved in more than 200 individual violations over a two year period Pruitt 9 others were fired for cause in January 2021 The falls have until October 20th to respond to the NCAA findings I'm Dave

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"may 2021" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"may 2021" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"The kind of lifelines. I'm leaning on is While i was the hospital for the colon cancer they really brought up that they were unhappy with my blood sugars and And they in so linda. Of course being a loving and caring wife was like okay. What are we gonna do. What are you gonna do. And i looked at it. And i said. Let me get through chemo. And then i promise you. I will attack my diabetes as strong as i've attacked my This cancer okay. She backed off. And i did. And so the biggest change after colon. Cancer is that One you have to on over a medical form talk about this. You've had cancer. But i've been going to a new diabetes. Dr who they've been absolutely amazing and my blood. Sugars have been better than ever So i've really I changed how i you know enough. I you know i do an insulin pump. A lot of changes in my life to get my blood sugar where it needed to be and so In fact we went to my oncologist after all the started. And she's the one. The plus side wants this weight. Loss starts. There's a good chance jesse. We're going to take you off all meds. He's you know she says we. You may not need your insulin pump anymore. He says i you know we. We will monitor. But i this truly could You don't reverse being diabetic but you're in such a short that you may need such not as many medicines of the reason why is because even in august. When i get back to normal you'll eat. Your stomach is the size of a plastic easter egg. Picture football in american. Football's normal stomach a plastic easter egg. Like you get you know filled with candies and trips. That's what my size and my stomach will be. So you can't even if you know. Even if i'm at the biggest thanksgiving meal in the world you just you're gonna fill up so that that is another positive thing i did. Another odd thing. Terry is You can't drink while you're eating because you will fill up so if if you and i sat down for a meal together i would probably order off the chill child's venue and then i would not drink any beverages while i'm eating which is i i don't know about you but that's something for you. He'd be there whether it's water or coffee while you're eating. Your breakfast is going to be. Yeah i'm definitely interesting. Low laura's different. She's not about the by you.

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"may 2021" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"may 2021" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"And just just overall the sense of tiredness and i googled aftereffects and they said that that's it's not common but it's not unknown and so Like even after seven days. After i had my second shot i was just feeling horrible and finally i. I went to work on tuesday and could barely stand up and You know everyone. I worked with like you gotta go home jesse and so i did and i slept most of the day on wednesday. We went into my family doctor and he looked one. Lucky meetings. I can tell right now. You're two pints low. go go to emerge. Don't see us do anything so Little bit of funny. You know this is as you guys. Now i've been with a new company and we changed insurance plans in january and my friends in the uk will not understand this or outside the us but you have to go in network and so there are two major hospitals in lewisville where i live and neither one or a network show. So we're like trying to figure out and we finally figured out that baylor scott white in grapevine texas which is not far away but not where we have thought about going was in network. So you know Linda's driving you know cursing why we have such crappy insurance that we can't go to a regular hospital and chris chris's in the back seat who had broke his ankle just the day before all we get to the hospital and it's absolutely amazing. It's really only ten minutes from the house and baylor. Scott white is this amazing hospital but We get in we get to the emergency room. They start running tests. And i'm incredibly. Anemic i i don't remember the exact numbers with something like if you're the low part of your blood is supposed to be aid to six. And they are going okay. you know. we're we're gonna we don't know why let's check you in. And they do some scopes. They did A cat scan. They did a scope where it goes down your mouth and looks in your stomach and they come back and they said there's a five centimeter mass in your stomach and So that night. They gave me a pint of blood and so the next morning the surgeon came and he says okay. Here's here's the deal. This looks like a A type of tumor that we just would ignore. But your symptoms are that this is a guest which is a gastroenterology. Gastro stomach tumor. He says which basically that's why you're bleeding you you're You're bleeding internally that's why your stool has been very dark In so we're going to run a biopsy but we need to get this tumor out of your stomach. So i'm like okay So this is where. It's a little weird terry is. He explains that because of where the tumors at where it's located they have to take enough of my stomach that you can't take your stomach in stretch to hit your intestine. I know so. He said so. What i will do is i will basically do by a gastro surgery. He said the surgery. You do to lose weight. That's exactly what i'm gonna have to do to you to get rid of the tumor now on the plus side. You are overweight. this will i think. Kill two birds with one stone. We will get rid of the The tumor and then we will put you on wailers Surgery that will help you in every other way..

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"may 2021" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"may 2021" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Terry smith terry welcome to the show. Jesse lovely to be here as always thank you. I feel like i should say my regular co host. I should be looking. You know it's I just gotta tell you before we get started you know. I just continue to adore music. Talks you find the best guest define the most important stories In in i just of adored hearing all your guests and their stories and the podcast continues to evolve. And well done my friend. No well thank you and the the big news for me. Is that the the current episode with a different of mine. Steve basic a in the first seven days had more downloads than any other episodes. And that's not bad after. I know it's nothing compared to yours. Jesse forty five episodes in. That feels pretty good does it. I know it always feels good and So we're excited and i continue to in in a lotta ways You know. I've i've been talking about the new One lyric podcast right. This just joined the springsteen podcasts family and You expand that so much more But i i kinda i kinda love all the the subset of people that we have this family connected via you know this podcast is just bring it brings me great joy would likewise actually my next episode is with a pre guest. You'll so it's levi. Petri great fun. Great well Speaking of family network I this is a special kind of health. Update episode As most of you know. I have been fighting a little bit of health issues and so i thought i would Kind of give an update. And i'd have terry kind of not quite interview me and kind of talk about this and we'll share this episode of recording. This on monday may twenty third. I go into surgery tomorrow. May twenty fourth. So i will probably put this up on either twenty four twenty fifth. So yeah i'm sick. What do you wanna know terry. Well first of all. We're all praying that you're going to get better all know. I guess i mean first of all. Just tell us w- what's going on because cancer. Am frightening word but it covers an awful lot of talk to give a bit more insight. I sure will so after my second pfizer Vaccine i started feeling really dragging down and had a headache..

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"may 2021" Discussed on Aussie Beer Explorers

Aussie Beer Explorers

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"may 2021" Discussed on Aussie Beer Explorers

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"may 2021" Discussed on Aussie Beer Explorers

Aussie Beer Explorers

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"may 2021" Discussed on Aussie Beer Explorers

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"may 2021" Discussed on Trainer Talk - The Podcast

Trainer Talk - The Podcast

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"may 2021" Discussed on Trainer Talk - The Podcast

"Otherwise we go down each with sparring of why we heightened so much. I think in terms of all the social media. I don't use instagram actual. I mean i all i have. I have an account An every now and again. I might see two three people on flowing apparently The that's only my ipad. I'm not going to on my desktop here at all An has posted something on another channel. And they've really shed something from instagram. In which case. I'll have to go into instagram in order to read if i'm interested but that's once in a blue moon don't use so donkeys twitter told not to no cost out occasionally. I will concede what's going on a small catching people. I follow as well known celebrity for wanting a vegetable type people Not for for Walk stuff as the main. i do. Wirkstoffe actually's on facebook And and that's that's only fleming on mind at ease a gigantic waste time. It can be if i if i were to Try and use it to grow my business Outside of where. i'm already gotten an already established. Then that would have to be facebook ads. And it's it's you know it's not something. I'm discounting on us vice because in the past But i i would use it in a very specific way To to try and get attention from the people that i'm trying to attention from the honestly i mean you know. I think there's an awful lot of people out there. Don't know how to target the routes in facebook which you know i'm not some I'm not derogatory. Those people told because the cats ads manager is not easy is not easy to navigate. If you do get it roll you ought to grow. Also you end up sending me something that's not. I'm interested in what marketing why you. Oh well p the thinks people their customers. I'm at nothing like your customers. I'm not interested in that but you know just very old things anything. I can see why he ended up talking me. But i'm not your audience and i'm going to buy a it's it's one of those things ways to think It is it a necessary.

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"may 2021" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System

Labor Relations Information System

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"may 2021" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System

"We've seen firsthand. We've seen protesters go to cities. House are the houses of law enforcement officers. Therefore our conclusion is marcie. Slaw exists as a section to the right to know law. They're not in conflict with each other. And the city may not reveal the identities of the officers involved in the shootings. Wow significant result right And i'll give credit words do that's good lawyering on the part of the pbs lawyers. They're all right. That's it for this month's podcast. I hope That when you join me. I hope you join main next month. Spot podcast. I hope that the information is a little bit cheerier than i have been today but we are in very very troubling times particularly on the police side of the table And i'm afraid that we are through this. I remotely through this And we just have to be ready for the future and adapt so in any rate With that i hope to see you at one of our upcoming seminars We've got a seminar. In june. On the rights of law enforcement officers being held at the luxury hotel in las vegas and we are rapidly Getting close to maximum capacity for that seminar. So if you're interested you should go to dot com and register and then in july will be going to nashville and will be a staging for the first time in person are public safety wellness conference where we hear from the panel of really accomplished speakers about psychological and physical wellness for public safety officers And just maybe just. Maybe i'll be able to sneak into town and get some nashville hot fried chicken. Don't tell anybody so with that. Thank you for joining me And i hope your mouth is a great one this is will aitchison signing off..

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"may 2021" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System

Labor Relations Information System

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"may 2021" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System

"The court says look the the words of the statute of clear and unambiguous. We don't have a choice when the legislature has expressed its intent by using clear and unambiguous words. We must follow whatever those words say. And i'm quoting from the court's opinion here. The court says the expert medical evidence submitted by dr bodey concludes that hartmann's repeated exposure to loud noises for extended periods of time nineteen ninety to two thousand seventeen is likely a contributing factor in his hearing loss. Obviously the court says repeated exposure is not synonymous with a single exposure neither is a contributing factor synonymous with a single factor. The expert evidence in this case clearly disqualifies hartman from permanent partial disability benefits. Well hartmann argues that luck. This means workers compensation has left me without a remedy. That can't be or if it is. It means i consume employer and the supreme court says no hartman. It's e you do have a remedy under the law. And what is the remedy that you get. You are eligible for other categories of benefits so You are eligible for medical treatment for your condition and that will have to be paid by the workers compensation system so you do have some benefits you just don't have permanent partial disability benefits. So here's what. I mean when i say this should really focus on workers compensation laws in particular but really any employment related statutes every once in awhile dust off those statutes talk about them with your lawyers and see how statutes could be improved. Let me ask you a question. Hypothetically if i told you that a firefighter submitted uncontested proof that he had lost almost half of his hearing because of his on the job exposure to loud noises. Would you have thought that firefighter could have received disability benefits through the workers compensation system. You probably would but not louisiana and not in other states besides louisiana worker's comp laws vary tremendously from state to state but there are some overriding themes. This is why it's really important to periodically engage in a review of relevant statutes to see if they fit what you want them to accomplish. I wanna conclude this podcast by going down to florida for a very unexpected result Would you think that there would be a state. Statute that would prohibit an employer from disclosing the names of officers involved in an officer involved shooting. Well here's what happened in florida in a couple of encounters separate encounters People who were committing crimes threaten tallahassee police officers with deadly force in each case. The officers responded in kind and following each of the encounters. So you have officer. Involved shootings and cases following each of these encounters The city announces its intent to disclose the identities of the police officers to the public We see this all the time right. It happens all over the country while the officers and their union which in this case was the florida. Pba the police..

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"may 2021" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System

Labor Relations Information System

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"may 2021" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System

"What the appeals court did was to entirely up in the central question in the public policy doctrine. The question the court says is not whether there's a public policy mandating termination of employees who engage in particular behavior but rather whether there's a public policy that expressly prioritizes rehabilitation of employees. You see what the courts of doing their it saying. Look what we need to see in the context of this use of force case before we overturn before we get into the whole decision of whether we should overturn this arbitrators opinion. Well we need to look for is a public policy. That says that officers who use excessive force should be rehabilitated. And in the absence of that we think the public policy is that officers should be fired so but the court has done is in done a complete one eighty on what the public policy Rule means in the state of washington. It it in essence overturned a decision not just of the washington supreme court united states supreme court on what the public policy doctrine means public policy. Doctrine is always mean that you go looking for a statute or some dominant public policy that mandates termination the court is saying. Look unless there's a public policy that mandates rehabilitation we can freely overturn arbitrators opinions if we think that what the employees did violated some public policy. Now this is a radical radical departure from the public policy doctrine. i can't tell you. How much of a fundamental shift in disciplinary law. This is so it when you see such a radical shift it may well be that that this litigation is not over and that the next stop is going to be in the washington supreme court. Well say next up. I wanna talk about a firefighter case out of louisiana and this is more as say general reminder that Everybody needs to be paying pretty careful attention to how your state statutes in the area. Workers compensation are structured. Because you may end up finding some things in your statutes that are quite surprising to you and Actually end up hurting a public safety employees because of the normal risks that public safety employees and countering their jobs So here's what this case is all about It involves a felony name james hartman. Who worked for the saint. Bernard parish fire department in louisiana since nineteen ninety. He eventually rose to the rank of district chief and during the course of his employment.

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"may 2021" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System

Labor Relations Information System

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"may 2021" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System

"Or rather does the papa policy means that an employer should not tolerate that level of our that whatever that conduct is this dishonesty but that the employer has a variety of choices of how to deal with that it could be termination as appropriate it could be a suspension or demotion is appropriate. It could be even that a reprimand is appropriate. So you just very very rarely find any public policy that commands the termination and only termination is appropriate for particular offense. Okay so that's our background on the public policy doctrine. Sorry if i went on a little bit too long on that. So what's this case. All about and what is it that the washington court of appeals ends up doing in this case and this is by the way very very a notorious case in the state of washington when the arbitrator rendered her decision were headlines and local. Seattle newspapers editorials a federal court. Judge is overseeing a consent decree said I think i might have to reopen these proceedings. Because it's clear that You know police reform isn't happening so this is a very very public case. It involves a longtime seattle police officer by the name of adly shepherd. was fired after he got involved in an incident that department determined violated is usa force policies. What happened He was trying to take a woman into custody and She kicked at him and he responded by punching her face. She was handcuffed Causing a fracture of her orbital bone She the department decided to fire shepherd he appealed to what's called a disciplinary review. Board disciplinary review board is a tripartite board In seattle has one management appointee one labor appointee and then a neutral arbitrator and they arbitrator a reduced the termination to a fifteen day suspension. She condemned what it was a shepherd dead but said look there some mitigating circumstances here Shepherd used force after the women kicked him only two seconds before causing stinging pain and and in fact The arbitrator points to and it's very very important in Arbitrator's decision the decision of this disciplinary review. Board that up the testimony was uncontradicted. That what shepherd did was within his training. He did not violate the training. He had received a training officer. Testified to that effect and the arbitrator said shepherd did exactly what he had been trained to do and the city didn't counter that evidence so in the end the arbitrator says you know he did. I thank violate the use of force policy. The termination isn't appropriate So the city challenges the arbitrator's decision challenges the fifteen day suspension And challenges it by filing a lawsuit in a superior court the lower court in the washington system and a court ruled from the city favor. And i think a lot of us saw that and thought well you know. Trial court judges and state court. They don't get to see many labor cases. We kind of expect that their decisions will be all over the map and in fact. That's what probably has happened here But then the union is called a seattle police officers. Guild appeals the overturning. The arbitrator's decision to the washington court of appeals and the washington court of appeals Upholds the decision overturning. The arbitrators opinion and says that the arbitrators opinion violates public policy and in doing so..

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"may 2021" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

ABA Inside Track

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"may 2021" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

"Listener. Megan in this one makes me happy Because she says she'll keeps getting better. Thanks meghan which is good. Because days. Where like i wonder if the show is getting better or worse. So she says i like listening to this show and then pleasantly surprised. Every time i hear a topic that is not normally spoken about. That's what we trying to do. So thanks for calling us out there especially when it comes to deeper ethical issues and truly looking at climate tommy and how he need to be changing our practices to ensure we are embracing the clients individually. Thanks for putting this out. I listen to it on my way to work and it usually puts an extra inspiration may my clients and then about that. Is that the love the muji. Yeah with the little guy. Like hearts around. The kissy emoji is like the happy. Like i'm feeling this lobby. Good field now. Five g maybe to thanks thanks. Maybe i haven't environmental determined. I shows good if i stopped coming to book review. You can't you come to you. Got to come to come to the next one in in the summer. And and if i stopped and it's because you guys are just starting to be all we hope you would just email. Just tell us in person sometime like last episodes on whatever you're doing maybe i wouldn't be passive aggressive. I find your house. We'd go to wisconsin. I thought my boombox that movie holds up at this point. Is that korie. I love junkies. Sammy john cusack. You can go around and talk to people but nobody else because there wasn't anything stocker about that threat so it's probably i won't do that. Jackie has been hiding people bush's since like episode. One of the shot is true. It goes all the way back so we're not doing a good job. Jacket stops threatening themselves at people's house and sell that at stopping people are. I don't. I don't think we have to net session all right. Well that's it. I think that's it for our our may preview. So we've got so many things got bold book clubs still institute you got a whole bunch of new episodes to listen to We'll have a new book club. The actually probably a couple of weeks after this episode comes out. We'll be having the poll it'll be on our on page bay. John dot com slash..

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"may 2021" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

ABA Inside Track

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"may 2021" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

"No in cambridge but in england but in england does not a mess. It's not like allergy in cambridge massachusetts. If you don't know the area already ritzy cool all right. So he share the university of cambridge's. Maybe we pretty got the soccer hooligans. They're alan. i don't know if you've heard about them for congress monty python our. They're everywhere they're the you never know where they're gonna show up all right. Let's move into the rats section of the show where we discussed other things as well as new york can emails or any updates up before we go into some emails. We had a quick shout out to nicole nickel gris prescribed saint gross crate. Sorry i've always been surrounded but Dr gross crates who had Gave us a little shoutout. In a new england behavior analyst on on some articles she'd a really nice piece of summarizing some covid exercise tips and actually cited cited some of our episodes. We've done on. Exercise with dr nick green. So thank you very very nice. We know i was just reading it this morning on our side. It's like wait a minute citation. What the heck. I like when when we got some texts around and like we're not wearing an article and someone wrote teen vogue. I read that i might. That's true team. We were not in teen vogue so they do not get shot up even listed. I'm we were also in another place. Yep the rethinking behavior magazine is well featured one of episodes which was the score refusal episode. Which even though it was episode fifty eight and have been kind of a long time ago continues to be very popular amongst people and dr. Christopher curreny is the the guy who does all that research in is very well He knows his stuff very well versed but he did so. We reviewed some of his research and Jimmy news is the one who wrote that up for thinking behavior magazines. Thank you so much jimmy. We honoured if thinking of us. It's fifty eight right at school. Refusal behavior and we also did a bonus episodes. I had a chance to talk to dr carney about his refusal research. So if you like the kind of brief review we do and you wanna hear more information than he goes into into more depth than share some of his other resources. That are out there. The cold email friend of rob. Yeah you know what i'm very. I'm very likable over email. Thank you this person just over. You know all right Speaking of email jackie. We have any emails. Yes i'm gonna read. I'm going to tell you about one email because my computer died. That's how it happens. But i know it's when singer Poll from the the apple. Podcasts reviews we haven't done promising we're going to find where they are and we finally get to them. We do not know. Wow we've come into the age of now knowing how to get there. Were car grandparents and ask them. How do you get the apple podcasts. Reduce like he just tells us robby Anyway so listener. Adrian road in And said that everyone that listens to the podcast should listen to the trauma. Informed care episode episode when thirty four one. Thirty four with. Brian middleton correct So she says it'd be it'd be hubris. Yes unnoticed abc. So if you haven't listened to that show you episode you should. She said that she's using it as part of a way to talk about trauma informed care with clinicians educators nbc b. as in a group which sounds so fun but soon so way to go. Adrian's measure for us or resource gathering resources were but one of the resources that she's using A great idea any. Yeah and we have a review from.

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"may 2021" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

ABA Inside Track

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"may 2021" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

"By stanzas. Crossland milne burger and about wayne in java twenty nineteen and then evaluating the effectiveness of school bullying prevention programs and updated meta analytical review. My gaffney tofurkey faring ten. I wished an aggression in violent behavior never heard of that trump when eighteen. That's a really good article i remember. Oh yeah i mean it's probably a little dry and places because it's a research article but it really is nice to see like someone take bullying super seriously from like the behavioral side of things. I the way that they do right. Let's lead with that one all right then. We have examining the effectiveness of school. Bullying intervention programs globally a meta analysis. That this was probably not the updated one because it's also gaffney farrington. Nato fees came. I guess Spoiler alert. It's it's taking a subset of the data just looking more specifically at it in a more global lens. That's what i'm tired of. Us related research. And i said. I'm taking the global meta analysis. Okay well this. One was published in the international journal of bullying prevention twenty. Nineteen year it around. The world is jealous. Who'll and then most recently what works in anti-bullying programs question-mark analysis of effective intervention components by our friends. Gaffney towfighi and barrington. hannah journalist. school's psychology twenty twenty one blown it up full disclosure. I had reached out to dr gaffney specifically for that last article and she was kind enough to share that one as well as the and i thought you know what these are all coming from the same data sets and they're looking at specific components of the peace and at the time this was this was an episode that became an episode. After i was like i need to research on a topic relevant to my day to day. You know work and then it was like this too much research about this. And there's not a lot in the behavior analytic field so we really had to go outside their to find you know some of these some of the more elaborate data otherwise a lot of pbs type work which is good work. But it's not. Necessarily what i what i wanted when i was looking at the big picture research so so little a little background information to to wear articles come from sometimes topics were just interested in sometimes topics that just cold emails people. What if you're not doing it. You're doing something wrong. You gotta just used e mail and people and saying hey that article you wrote. It's great. I wanna read it. It's one hundred dollars or i to rent it for like seventy bucks are happy to send it to me for free. I'll tell you let me look and see what the name of it is. This bernhardt article under the quality of life. I emailed dr catherine rice for it. Actually nine gave it to you. I want you to know that. Dr gaffney works at the uk institute of criminology..

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"may 2021" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

ABA Inside Track

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"may 2021" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

"Thomas cubicles bulky read and rice in autism in adulthood. Twenty twenty right. So that's topic number one which i was very excited to talk about and new bays indulged me. We'll geared toward a great a great time enjoyed and i hope that our listeners to and the next step We have a special guest joining us to talk about the evolution of functional analysis. In that is dr jessica layton. She's provided us with several articles. Do take us on a little walk through time. and the is a short story mentioned. In neuro tribes. I think walk through time in a chapter about him radios. I think that's true. No okay and the first one that will talk about is titled nature and scope of synthesis and functional analysis and treatment of problem behavior by slayton. Hanley a wish java and twenty eighteen so that will provide some of that backbone for us for then also more specifically. We have articles on identification of environmental determinants of behavior disorders through functional analysis a precursor behaviors naismith smith and churchill in java two thousand and two one of my favorites. These are also quite familiar response. Latency as an index of response strength during functional analyses of problem. Behavior by thomson. Sassy i wanna night. Hurt and roscoe rosco. sorry. Sorry i lied. You actually just like go her job at twenty eleven down to ban essex and finally toward accurate inferences response class membership by warner hanley landau ruppel rosia rahman gami gami slayton and gover or gobert. Guber over java twin to twenty. I'm so excited about this. I'm pretty sure. This is the article that i have been referencing for a longtime like. These are great data. But i'm not sure the data are right there. They're here they're finally. I'm so excited about that. When that article was published the the sky was dark because all of the stars of the synthesized. Fa fields were right. There it's a heavy hitter. So ethic very exciting if you wanna give yourself a really good cognitive challenge or good kind of like fine motor challenge. Take notes on an article discussing All of the research on synthesize to f. as just keep typing synthesis since the sized e. o.'s synthesized reinforcer is over and over and over again. If you can do it you are the master typer guessing if you check our notes page is not high master. Toper and then final topic for the month of may is on bullying and bullying prevention. I figured this is a popular topic. Among folks who work in the school systems is often needs to be discussed and when we she reform hopefully just as a preventative. Measure but rob found is a plethora of articles to review related to bullying in the first one is bully prevention positive behavior support by ross in horner in java twin. Two thousand nine. You wanna see twenty twenty zero ben. I know there's some there's some twenty twenty center few. I just read an article. That cited an article published in twenty ninety nine. Look y'all this is not right next to bullying. Are tb can behavioral skills and institute training for individuals diagnosed with intellectual disabilities.

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"may 2021" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

ABA Inside Track

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"may 2021" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

"But alan you you were a key a key contributor to the discussion on neuro tribes so kind of your thoughts a little while but your thoughts on the on the book for the listeners yeah sure and by key contributor humane sole contributor to both up so far so we were there. That's true though gas contributor. Yeah so you know we talked about neurotransmitters which people they're not familiar by steve silverman. He's a popular science journalist. famously wrote an article for wired called the geek syndrome back in the nineties. That really shed Put the spotlight. On asperger's syndrome and silicone valley are sorry silicon valley and he got such good feedback about. They turned it into like this really massive book. It's really hard to manage and talk about sometimes because he does so much in it The big part the sort of big three things that he addresses though so the history of autism research. It's heroes and villains. People like leo connor. Who's an americans or psycho dynamic. Freudian type a psychologist who had some problematic ideas He talks about Asked burger You know in his clinic in austria and how they had some really great ideas and interventions but then that was complicated by nazism and the unfortunate Consequences of that all across europe in terms of the scientific community and how it affected all sorts of researchers And then getting into post-war People like lorna wing. Who i really talk about a lot in that and really admire. That doesn't get a lot of A lot of attention but she was really cool Then there's also a lot of vignettes of people and families living with autism. Some of the chapters are just these really intensive expirations that he has probably had with people are on things ham radio and you know we love bench after. Yeah yeah rob really likes that jeff between complain about it at all in at all and then finally the sort of final chapters are about the autism rights movement and you know people like temple grandin and groups like the tribe that gave us terms like neuro diversity neuro tribes neuro typical and their contributions to sort of what we know of as autism intervention now the criticisms that they generated For psychology some behavior analysis Yeah it's it's really. It's expensive and kind of hard to manage to talk about all in one go but it's really fun. Book the great book. It's a good introduction to just sort of autism as sort of cultural concept and not just as a pathology story that families something that families deal with. It's a really nice. Overview of autism is something that we need very much to incorporate in the modern world. So if if you're a person out there who likes the idea of that book. Which i don't really wanna read a book. Could other people talk about it for two hours in. Just sorta listen in. Well guess what that is available you can you. We have provided that service.

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"may 2021" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

ABA Inside Track

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"may 2021" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

"Podcast. That's like reading in your car but safer. I'm your host. Rob cherry crews here for this may preview edition and i'm joined by my fabulous co hosts arab staying Me jackie and if you're watching the video you've seen this already but if you're listening to the podcast you will soon know. We're actually joined. I think is might be a very. I joined by another special gassed alan haberman. Hello now allen has has joined us because he has become our our book club expert. If if you have not been listening or you haven't looked at the previews we do. Have some special book club episodes that we put out about quarterly or so an allen. It's sort of been our voice of reason. We've very happy to have him here. And we were chatting said. You're coming on the preview to talk more about this. Because we want to get the word out because i think these are pretty good Put bay for talk about what the show is. This is the very first time you've ever listened. And you're excited to hear that. Allen is here and and robin jackie but what are you listening to you. Why a podcast about either now. A sneeze behavior analytic research. And this is our preview where we're going to discuss what we will discussing at length throughout the month of may the merry month of may i sneeze and i am with these flow flowers. The darling buds of may. These flowers are flowers without behavior analysis but with behavior announces to describe need to paint a verbal picture for the listeners. Right so these are dusty and a very brownish dried. Withered very dusty. But then with behavior analysis they've blossomed and the whole different kind. Allow all different kind of flower. Now that we should make those types of claims can't do no. That's true but the celebrate the flower. You are the feeling inside. Yeah sure this is what you feel inside. And you even get this handy dandy new Mason jar action was trying to make it. We used to. We used to be so clever. I know we haven't been together for a long time. We'll dusting off co carrot top and see if he can give us some Over there remind me of the short story. Rose for emily.

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"may 2021" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"may 2021" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Money in the world there you go so so dave. I'll leave the most obvious loss vegas bank heist one to you. You know so. Because i think that's probably the first on both of our lists there but The look feel of this kind of reminded me a logan which i love. You know kind of these guys who are broken down in vegas you know You know there were those casino scenes in low in and it's like what what what horrid city are we in right now and that's and how they made this look if i was you recommend zombie movie recently. World war z. Where it's kind of like zombies are working together. That's kind of the thing here. And the last one. I wanted to recommend or put as a puzzle piece which again maybe people don't know about very cool. Dave batista action movie called bushwick which we might have talked about before but basically like the government enforces martial law and bushwick in brooklyn. And it's up to like dave batista and brittany snow like escape. And it's all shot it's supposed to look like birdman where it's one continuous shot. And when i saw that. I was like man police. Good dude he can go. I got. I gotta watch that before. This comes out. That sounds pretty fun. Yeah as for the casino. Just not looking like vegas. Yeah absolutely i. I don't know why they couldn't try. But of course ocean's eleven with you know has to be in there Also i do not like world war z. I thought it was kinda terrible. I also am not that big of a fan of twenty eight days later. But i think both of those movies put together are at least. I guess attempting to push zombie genre forward in a way. Make zombies do new. Things make them have new characteristics. Which i think this movie definitely is trying to do. I mean even have azzam tiger. And i i think i read the other day. There's going to be robot zombies in it. So i guess we're trying new things was ambi- so you know i'll be generous. Something i love so freaking much back when i was a teenager and nowadays it just seems like it's completely run out of steam. I guess his dawn of the dead was the last one that i truly liked. And so maybe he'll be able to recapture something. I don't know disagree with you. Twenty eight days later. I love that movie man. I know people love it. I love alex. Garland wrote it but I boil danny boyle. Yeah love danny boyle. But i just. I don't know the movie just never really did that much for me. I think i was just already burnt out on sambas at that. I think that might be one. That's worth a rewatch for you. Maybe you know what that did. That was so different was really dealt with the site psychology and the mentality and it was a slow burn in again. It wasn't like jump. Scare jump scare was like really like kept you in your mind on the edgier seat so to speak hold onto your butts. It was one of those. Well speaking of hold onto your butts. Go with one last puzzle piece here because it's a movie i love and nobody else really seems to like. It's called the hurricane heist. Did you see that movie. Jason show. But i love the idea of pulling off a heist in a hurricane. Exactly that's exactly what it is. Nothing more nothing less but yet similar like insert mad libs do a heist during a blank. And so here we get a is rb invasion there. It was during hurricane. It makes for a really good b-movie setup. I'm surprised you didn't bring up dave. 'cause i know you love all. The new ones are the planet of the apes series. The idea of the you know the opposition which are not humans working together to overtake society. Yeah there you go. I would love to see there. Be some planet of the apes influence on this. I really want this movie to be good. I wanted to be fun. We we will see and hopefully do some theatrical screenings. I know netflix's been you know kind of opening up a little bit more lately with with putting their movies at least for a week or two and theaters so we will see especially now that we're back to go into the movies but The last one we got on our list coming out may twenty eighth in theaters and on disney plus is crew ella the origin story of crew ella from one hundred and one dalmatians films as if we actually needed that but it does look like it could be fun and emma stone is always gray and she plays cruella. What'd you think about this one. It looks it looks great. It looks superfund man so come on. I'm weighing on that and emma thompson. Right also yes. She isn't it directed by craig. Sp who what did he do. Recently i tanya. Yeah yeah which is great girl. Oh yeah okay so so much of it is on fashion and an evil boss lady or mean boss lady. Running a fashion industry devil wears prada right off the bat. You're to Origin story of character we later learned. Were recognized as villain. I picked melissa sent and Three shore craig. Gillespie directed it. But did he really or was it bachelor in disguise. Because this looks like it could be any bachelor of movie also move on rouge but you could pick any of them. It really does look like a bachelor of film. Yeah it kinda does absolutely i. I think i could totally see that. And it looks very big just very huge and big and over the top. so that that's got baz luhrmann all over it Devils were as great as a piece here and well if assume is also on my list as well i mean. I'm sure that if this does well we're going to see these for every big disney villain. But i mean. They're fun movies. I suppose the melis- melissa bryant movies in this one should be also throw in there. Of course joker you know female jokes one hundred percent. I know people push back against promising young woman being a female joker female joker and then the real female joker harley quinn. The birds of prey got to throw that one in there as well. Well here's my question. If this is a female joker are they're going to be a lot of white in self females who are going to relate to this character know they're probably out there. i mean. why not jason. why not. Well we have a lot of movies to look forward to in may obviously like there's so many other ones that we could've covered here but i think that that's enough for us to look at. I don't know. I think that's about does it. For looking at may movies though any other closing thoughts wanted to bring. I'm looking at this list of ones that we didn't cover and there's at least three more than i'm excited to see so as a big month and it should be fine not just to hear which ones we like. Put to hear which ones other people like. Yeah absolutely well. Jason as always thank you so much for doing this and you know hopefully it. We're going to get you back to cover one of the movies. We talked about here soon. But i wanna tell people what's going on on awesome movie year awesome movie year. We are currently in the latter half of our season on two thousand and three. Which if you do not remember is all about return of the king lord of the rings. There's also some other great movies there. We just covered american splendor. We've done this station agent. Lots of cool little indias that you might not have seen or might not have seen in a long time. That are worth revisiting. Plus some big ones so yeah. I definitely think this was a good season for us a movie year. I recommend listening to it. You can always find us on social media awesome movie your dot com awesome movie your facebook and instagram awesome. Movie pod on twitter. I'm jason harris comedy on facebook instagram. Jay harris comedy on twitter. Gopher chasing dot com zack. Snyder zombies have eaten my website. I hope and replaced. Maybe dave teesta will make a new website. That would be very nice. 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