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"mcleary" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

De RetailTrends Podcast

02:49 min | 2 months ago

"mcleary" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

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"mcleary" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:07 min | 2 months ago

"mcleary" Discussed on KCRW

"I will Hey there, Lulu remind us of last week's challenge. Yes, it came from Todd McLeary of the National Puzzlers League. I said, Think of a place where a plant might grow. In two words. Spoon arise it that is switched the initial consonant sounds And the result will name another place where plant my grow and a plant that might grow there. And then the plan might grow in a flower box. Spoon arise that you get a bower, which is a leafy place where flowers might grow and the flower flocks we received just under 400 correct responses, and the winner this week is Harry Phillips of Soul in Iowa. Congratulations and welcome to the program. Thank you. How'd you figure it out? It was actually it's just the first thought that came to my mind was, uh, flower pot, and I did that. It didn't work and that's a flower box and I got it instantly. There you go. I hear you've been playing the puzzle for a while. I have I have I'm a retired teacher, and I used to use the puzzle. As a as an incentive for my students and language arts teacher I would post the puzzle on Sunday night. And the first person who got the answer would, um Get a Greek prize and I would show up sometimes on Monday morning and be a group of kids like waiting for me. I love that. That's amazing. And sometimes they had the answer before me, And sometimes they answered as well. What was it like? When you finally got the call? I was very exciting. Been waiting a long time for this. Yeah, So here we go. We'll take it away. All right, Harry. Every answer today is a word name or phrase in which the only consonants are are and see repeated as often as necessary. All the other letters are vowels. For example, if I said to happen You would say occur, all right. We'll start with five letter answers, and the first one is capital of Ghana. Akra cross right number two about as before a date that's uncertain. Uh, You'd say blank, You know,.

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"mcleary" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

02:52 min | 2 months ago

"mcleary" Discussed on WBUR

"Us is Will Shortz he's puzzle editor of The New York Times and Weekend edition's Puzzle, Master. I will Hey there, Lulu remind us of last week's challenge. Yes, it came from Todd McLeary of the National Puzzlers League. I said, Think of a place where a plant might grow into words. Spoon arise it that is switch. The initial consonant sounds And the result will name another place where plant my grow and a plant that might grow there. And then the plant might grow in a flower box. Spoon arise that you get a bower, which is a leafy place where flowers might grow and the flower flocks we received just under 400 correct responses, and the winner this week is Harry Phillips of Soul in Iowa. Congratulations and welcome to the program. Thank you. How did you figure it out? It was actually it's just the first thought that came to my mind was, uh, flowerpot and they did that It didn't work, and I said flower box. And I got it instantly. There you go. I hear you've been playing the puzzle for a while. I have I have. I have a retired teacher and I used to use the puzzle as a As an incentive for my students. I look out language or it's a teacher. I would post the puzzle on Sunday night. And the first person who got the answer would, um Get a great prize, and I would show up sometimes on Monday morning, and to be a group of kids like waiting for me. I love that. That's amazing. And sometimes they had the answer before me, And sometimes they answered as well. What was it like? When you finally got the call? I was very exciting. Been waiting a long time for this. Yeah, So here we go. We'll take it away. All right, Harry. Every answer today is a word name or phrase in which the only consonants are are and see repeated as often as necessary. All the other letters are vowels. For example, if I said to happen, you would say occur. All right. We'll start with five letter answers, and the first one is capital of Ghana. Akra cross right number two about as before a date that's uncertain. Uh, You'd say blank, You know, 1200. It's a Latin word. Mm. It means around a certain date. Circus Circus circus circa. There you go. Bravo! One spreading news in Colonial Times. Town crier Cryer is right now we're going with six letter answers Occupation. Uh, So teaching was your Career career. I'm sorry Career very There you go. Career is it? Here's your next one elaborately ornamental style. Ricoh Co. That's it, Journalist Katie.

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"mcleary" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:46 min | 2 months ago

"mcleary" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And Weekend edition's puzzle Master high will Hey there, Lulu. I understand you're in town for a puzzle convention. I am. I've been Washington and that's the 181st National Puzzlers League convention. So we just barely have a convention this year. You know where at the end of the pandemic, but We got more than 100. People from all over the country to come have fun will remind us of last week's challenge. Yeah, it came from listener. Julia Louis of Fort Collins, Colorado. I said, Take the name of a major American city. Hidden inside it in consecutive letters is the name of a Japanese food. Remove that, and the remaining letters can be rearranged to spell some Mexican foods named the city and the foods. And the city of Sacramento. Inside that is ramen and remove that in the leftover letters spell tacos we received over 2000. Correct Responses in the winner this week is Leann Kohler of New Albany, Indiana. Congratulations and welcome to the program. Thanks, Lulu. You know you were the eighth person we called. No one else picked up. We called Mississippi and Texas and New York and so many places. So, folks pick up your phone, But that meant it was your lucky day. How'd you figure it out? I started with Japanese foods. And once I saw ramen, then I could just see Sacramento. Around that, and then I saw tacos. And how long have you been playing the puzzle? Well properly for about 10 years, All right. Are you ready to play? I'm ready to go. All right. We'll take it away. All right, Leanne. Every answer today is a word or name that sounds like it starts with two spoken letters of the alphabet. For example, If I said Element number 55, you would say cesium. Or if the clue we're wanting what other people have, you would say envy us. Here we go. Number one is degree or speed Stick product. Uh, It's a product that you would use under your arm. Deodorant. Deodorant is right Number two, a green insect related to grasshoppers and crickets. Suggest that was the crickets. Um Let's see seven letters. It starts with K. Uh huh. Yeah, that's a tough one. I'm just going to tell you, Katie did Katie. Oh, Katie did. Yeah. Here's your next one. Pilot. Pilot someone who flies a plane. Seven letters, also the type of glasses the president Biden wears. There you go. Good clue. Aviator aviator is right. Okay, Here's your next one fill in the blank. San Blank, California. It's a big city and Southern California. Diego. There you go. San Diego. You got it. Here's your next one. A brainstorm. It's something that pops into your head. You have a Idea. There you go idea. No person in particular. Anyone. Anyone is good. Also, anybody would work. How about obsolete like old fashioned language? You say a word is if it hasn't been used for centuries. You say that word is what Antiquated. Um, Yeah, that's that's close. Yeah, in particular used for language for words, though it starts with an R I don't know. It's archaic. Okay, archaic. All right, Here's your last 1 43 doubled. 86 86, is it? You got it ending strong. How do you feel? Uh, I feel relieved. Thank goodness you're not the first person to say that. Yeah, it was a hard one. I have to say it was a very hard won for playing our puzzle. Today, you'll get a weekend edition lapel pin as well as puzzle books and games. You can read all about it at NPR dot org slash puzzle and Leanne. Which member station Do you listen to I listen to W f P l in global, Kentucky, The Anne Koller of New Albany, Indiana. Thank you so much for playing the puzzle. Thank you. All right, will what is next week's challenge? Yeah, it comes from Todd McLeary, who is a member of the National Puzzlers League. He's here in Washington with me for this weekend. Think of a place where a plant might grow in two words. Spoon arise it that is switch. The initial consonant sounds of the two words. And the result will name another place where a plant might grow. And a plant that might grow in either place. So again, a place where a plant might grow into words. Spoon arise that phrase, and the result will name another place where a plant might grow and a plant that might grow in either place. What words are these? When you have the answer, go to our website, NPR dot org slash puzzle and click on the Submit Your answer Link. Remember just one entry per person, please. Our deadline for entries is Thursday, July 8th at three. P.m. Eastern. Include a phone number where we can reach you at about that time, And if you're the winner will give you a call and you'll get to play on the air with the puzzle editor of The New York Times If you pick up the phone, pick up the phone people And weekend edition's puzzle Master. His name is Will Shortz. Thanks so much will thanks a lot. We turn now to the aisles of silly. That's a collection of islands off the coast of South West England, popular with tourists of all kinds. Oh, Wally, the wars they're poking his snout out of the Saint Mary.

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"mcleary" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

04:56 min | 2 months ago

"mcleary" Discussed on WBUR

"Joining us is Will Shortz He's puzzle editor of The New York Times and Weekend edition's Puzzle Master High will Hey there, Lulu. I understand you're in town for a puzzle convention. I am I'm in Washington, and that's the 181st National Puzzlers League convention. So we just barely have a convention this year. You know where at the end of the pandemic, but we got more than 100 people from all over the country to come. Have fun will remind us of last week's challenge. Yeah, it came from listener. Julia Louis of Fort Collins, Colorado. I said Take the name of a major American city hidden inside it in consecutive letters is the name of a Japanese food. Remove that, and the remaining letters can be rearranged to spell some Mexican foods named the City and the foods and the city of Sacramento inside that is ramen and remove that in the leftover letters spell tacos we received over 2000. Correct Responses in the winner this week is LeAnn Kohler of New Albany, Indiana. Congratulations and welcome to the program. Thanks, Lulu. You know you were the eighth person we called. No one else picked up. We called Mississippi and Texas and New York and so many places. So, folks pick up your phone, But that meant it was your lucky day. How'd you figure it out? I started with Japanese foods. And once I saw ramen, then I could just see Sacramento. Around that, and then I saw tacos. And how long have you been playing the puzzle properly for about 10 years. All right. Are you ready to play? I'm ready to go. All right. We'll take it away. All right, Leanne. Every answer today is a word or name that sounds like it starts with two spoken letters of the alphabet. For example, If I said Element number 55, you would say cesium. Or if the clue we're wanting what other people have, you would say envy us. Here we go. Number one is degree or speed Stick product. Uh, It's a product that you would use under your arm Deodorant. Deodorant is right Number two, a green insect related to grasshoppers and crickets. So grass. That was some crickets. Um Let's see. It's seven letters. It starts with K. Uh, yeah, that's a tough one. I'm just going to tell you too. Katie. Did you know Katie did? Yeah. Here's your next one. Pilot. A pilot, someone who flies a plane. Seven letters, also the type of glasses the president Biden wears. There you go. Good clue. Aviator. A viator is right. Okay, Here's your next one. Fill in the blank. San Blank, California It's a big city and Southern California. Diego. There you go. San Diego, You got it. Here's your next one. A brainstorm. It's something that pops into your head. You have a Idea. There you go idea. No person in particular. Anyone. Anyone is good. Also, anybody would work. How about obsolete like old fashioned language? You say a word is if it hasn't been used for centuries. You say that word is what Antiquated. Um, Yeah, that's that's close. Yeah, in particular used for language for words, though it starts with an R I don't know. It's archaic. Okay, archaic. All right, Here's your last 1 43 doubled. 86 86, is it? You got it ending strong. How do you feel? Uh, I feel relieved, but it was good and you're not the first person to say that. Yeah, it was a hard one. I have to say it was a very hard won for playing our puzzle. Today, you'll get a weekend edition lapel pin as well as puzzle books and games. You can read all about it at NPR dot org slash puzzle and Leanne. Which member station Do you listen to And listen to W F P l in Louisville, Kentucky, the and Kohler of New Albany, Indiana. Thank you so much for playing the puzzle. Thank you. All right, will what is next week's challenge? Yeah, it comes from Todd McLeary, who is a member of the National Puzzlers League. He's here in Washington with me for this weekend. Think of a place where a plant might grow into words. Spoon arise it that is switched the initial consonant sounds of the two words. And the result will name another place where a plant might grow. And a plant that might grow in either place. So again, a place where a plant might grow into words. Spoon arise that phrase, and the result will name another place where a plant micro.

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"mcleary" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:31 min | 2 months ago

"mcleary" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"So again, I think it's gonna I understand the concept. To some degree, but again, it is based upon a belief system. And I think it would be much better if you get the Elon musk to the Tom Bradys and all the celebrities out of that, so it steadies itself. Speaking celebrities in stuff and I think we have about two minutes left. So I'll ask you to do it quickly is facts. So when when a professional investor a private equity tape Forms this fact because they want to democratize the types of investments that private equity doesn't portfolio companies. That's one thing. But when random celebrities start attaching their name to something, because they presumably have some expertise in whatever it is a baseball player, like what expertise is that baseball player necessarily have in cattle market so I think Spaccia have also been getting looked at by regulators and the like. What's your take on sort of where we are in this pack world right now. I I look at things again. I'm a big Nicolas Nassim Taleb fan. The guys have put these facts together. Quite frankly, they don't have any skin in the game. There's no risk involved. They make money either way. I'm sorry. I don't want to do business with people like that. I really don't. That stuff scares the hell out of me. I want you to have some vested into some skin in the game, and now we're looking a lot of the specter. They're absolutely getting decimated again. This brilliant creation by the people that did it again, They get rid of the risk, but it's almost like something was created out of the boiler room operators. If they had thought about it back then they would probably save themselves a lot of trouble. There you go. So this is why you're the watchdog of Wall Street because you have perspective on things like crypto Inspect that we rarely hear candid conversation about and I'm glad you, uh, I and I was thrilled when I saw it, and we have a good mutual friend Ronald McLeary. She had nothing to do with putting us together. But I'm giving Veronica shout out because I know she's listening right now. In any event, Chris, Thanks so much and hope to see again somewhere real soon and you can catch the Chris Markowski show on radio. And if you follow Chris on social media, you'll figure out where to find it. Right. You got it. Thank you so much crazy. You bet. We'll be right back with her. Last segment on this charge is good lunch. Metro shell in for John to back. How'd you like to eliminate your expensive cable bill forever or get.

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Lindsey Baum Murder: Cold Case Arrest for 2003 Rape Potentially Connected

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Lindsey Baum Murder: Cold Case Arrest for 2003 Rape Potentially Connected

"Case might be linked to the murder of Lindsay Bomb who disappeared from a clearly nearly 12 years ago. Several radios. Hannah's got has details. 10 year old Lindsay bomb disappeared as she was walking home from a friend's house back in 2000 and nine in 2000 and 18 Grays Harbor County Sheriff Rick Scott delivered the grim news. We've brought Lindsay home. We've recovered her now. Earlier this month, Grays Harbor sheriff's say they arrested a man in connection with a 2003 cold case. Rape with the help of genetic genealogy. Paul Beaker lived in McCleery in 2003 when a 17 year old was raped in that cold gaze. And now, investigators say, There's enough similarities between Lindsay's case and the 2003 case, but they're looking into a possible connection. The suspect was in McLeary the day Lindsay bomb disappeared. Our

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"mcleary" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:22 min | 3 months ago

"mcleary" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"So again, I think it's going to. I understand the concept to some degree, but again, it is based upon a belief system, and I think it be much better if you get the Elon musk in the Tom Bradys and all the celebrities out of that, so it steadies itself. Speaker celebrities in stuff and I think we have about two minutes left, so I'll ask you to do it. Quickie is fax. So when a professional investor, um private equity tape Forms us back because they want to democratize the types of investments that private equity doesn't portfolio companies. That's one thing. But when random celebrity start attaching their name to something, because they presumably have some expertise in whatever it is a baseball player, like what expertise is that baseball player necessarily have in capital markets. So I think facts have also been getting looked at by regulators. Um, and the like. What's your take on sort of where we are in the SPAC world. Right now I look at things and again. I'm a big Nicolas Nassim Taleb fan. The The guys are putting these facts together. Quite frankly, they don't have any skin in the game. There's no risk involved. They make money. Either way. I'm sorry. I don't want to do business with people like that. I really don't That stuff scares the hell out of me. I want you to have some vested into some skin in the game, and now we're looking at a lot of the specter. They're absolutely getting decimated again. It's This thing could brilliant creation by the people that did it again. They get rid of the risk, but it's almost like something was created out of the boiler room operators. If they had thought about it back then they would probably save themselves a lot of trouble. There you go. So this is why you're the watchdog of Wall Street because you have perspective on things like crypto, in fact that we rarely hear candid conversation about and I'm glad you, uh, A and I was thrilled when I saw it, and we have a good mutual friend Ronald McLeary. She had nothing to do with putting us together. But I'm giving Veronica shout out because I know she's listening right now. In any event, Chris, Thanks so much and hope to see again somewhere real soon and you can catch to Chris Markowski show. On radio. Um, And if you follow Chris on social media, you'll figure out where to find it. Right. You got it. Thank you so much. Right, Chris? You bet we'll be right back with her. Last segment on this chart is good lunch..

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"mcleary" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:27 min | 5 months ago

"mcleary" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"We told you about the Blake decision from the state Supreme Court, the lack of a drug possession law in our state and all of the various efforts underway to try to resolve that or put a fix in place as we currently do not have a law at all for simple drug possession on the books. So yesterday, the state Senate voted on the bill proposed by Senator Democratic Senator Monkton Dhingra, which allowed for a gross misdemeanor for minors and then was mostly for treatment for adults who were caught with a simple possession amounts of drugs. It also created thresholds to essentially legalize the personal amounts of drugs. That bill came up for a vote yesterday and Senator Monkey during herself a no vote on that because of amendments that were added to this bill. There's so much going on with us, and it's going to be very active over the next few days. Here's what Monk a Dinger said on the floor had a lot to do with the fact that it wasn't the criminal justice. Impact of The drug laws and the effect that they've had on people of color. When we take a look at mass incarceration when we take a look at families with a single mom is bringing up her Children. When we take a look at parents who cannot find a job because of the criminal history cannot find housing. Cannot seek recovery. It comes down to the manner in which we have been enforcing a drug laws. So for that reason she wasn't behind what was changed yesterday on the Senate floor, which is amendment adding a gross misdemeanor for The port for all possession, Basically, so the problem with that is that there's the big push to keep it as a civil infraction. You're going to see that in the House proposed bill to make it like a like a traffic ticket, right? So that you're not touching the criminal justice system. You're not seeing that impact on people of color are people who are disproportionately affected by these laws. We've been talking about this. I mean, it is not it is. There is so much tied up into this and everything that you do to it creates unintended or ripples that other people may who like the bill, like I mean, she had the Vote against her own bill because of those little things, and it's I mean, I think that underscores Just how difficult it is and how at a glacier paste this is going to have to move. I mean, everybody. You're a lot of people like I want this. Now I want this Now. I want that and it just can't work that way, and it's unfortunate, but it's I mean, when you get down to the details You can't make everybody happy, but something's got to be done. Yeah, You can't make everybody happy and what we ended up saying. I think it was Mark Mullet who was encouraging the passage of the bill as it did pass. They want this on the books to deal with it for now, because this came down as a shock to the criminal justice system. The lawmakers, everyone as I said yesterday from the Supreme Court in February, when there was a session, so focused on, you know, we've got a lot going on in the legislative session. They had to scramble now to do this. Some criminal justice efforts reform efforts. I'm told defender yesterday have now been put on hold because this has to now take priority, so they're trying to get something on the books. So we have something to work with. Get these big investments in treatment, Which is what the one thing everyone agrees on his. Let's put a lot of investment into treatment because we are short when it comes to that. Let's make sure we have that. But this would get us through and then next session, the argument is they can come back and try to fix it so much turning into our next McLeary where things get so caught up, and there's so many competing things that Though everyone's arrow is pointing kind of in the right direction. There's just so many cooks in this kitchen that it's going to drag and drag and we're not going to get anything for a long time. I don't think that we have that. Ability. I don't think you can allow that to happen. And I the leaders who are working on this I've been told over in the house. They assured me that there will be something past the session whether there's more work to be done on this down the line. Possibly, but I don't think you can see the leg that we saw with material. I'm a clearing a band aid. At some point. It's got to be this summer's gonna be put over this wound. And then we'll have to figure it out later, right? You would have said the same would be true, though. For our kids educations. You would think so. Short term fix here. Seems like something that needs to happen. Absolutely. So we'll stay tuned. I expect more activity on the house side and we'll get back to that coming up. You're gonna tell us about traffic? We're gonna look at the traffic, which has been Friday, like most of the day. Still have a little work left to do in the Renton area will tell you about that next. I will radio 97 3 events. May cease our money. Bonus days are happening now.

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"mcleary" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:05 min | 6 months ago

"mcleary" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Resilient. We have to be able to Able to withstand these storms, so we don't keep going through it. I think you mentioned earlier about how we just don't think about this sort of thing. You know, it's just out of sight out of mind and that stuff you take for granted until suddenly it's not there. That's right. And I kind of think of it like a toothache. You know, you get a toothache. All you do is focus on that to think you don't think about anything else. Well, when the power goes out, and you don't have any electricity, all you do is focus on it. But then when it comes back You're happy, and now you've got other things in your life to worry about. Well, we can't do that. We've got to be thinking about this all the time. We got to be talking about it at the dinner table. We've got to make this happen because it is affecting our economic prosperity, Our quality of life it is and again. That fact needs to be driven home. It is. It is a burden that that has to be relieved to a tag man in McLeary Washington. Good evening. Hey, Jimbo. Afternoon. Fine. Thank you. That sounds a bit. I got a couple and just state of Washington there of, uh, infrastructure failure hit 19. Nine year that born they used the well, He did it before that, too. But they used inscribe at the end of the bridge is the date that they were put in. Okay, Now I drive. I drive down Tomo, the post office or whatever. And I'm seeing a bridge that was built in May and 60. And what do they do? They don't try to reinforce that or anything. If you keep putting blacktop on top of it, and I was wondering if your guests they ever notices that, you know, I mean, with his creating system are not. Plus we back in 78. We had, uh Like long comes through. We have cyclones come through. It took out the Hood Canal Bridge and one that I helped work on. Any eighty's just got replaced again last year. All right, let's let I guess. Respond to that. First of all, to what extent? Are we facing situations out? There will just make up some numbers here for the sake of the discretion. Let's say you've got a A bridge. Ah, that ideally ought to be replaced for 1000 bucks. All you've got in the kitty is 200 bucks. And so you'll you'll re pave it with with asphalt even though you and everybody else involved. Those But that's not enough. But you ain't got the 1000. Obviously, my numbers are far too small. But just for the sake of the discussion. How often do you see what amounts to patchwork fixes of things Because although everybody knows it's inadequate, that's all the money they've got. You know what? You know what? Let's talk about that. Bridges is one of our categories where the great actually dropped this last time and 43% of all of our.

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"mcleary" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:41 min | 7 months ago

"mcleary" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"You can trust. We're tracking several snow storms heading into the Puget Sound region. The story coming up after Cairo radio, real time traffic here's Tracy Taylor. I'm hearing from a lot of people about how slick the conditions are in parts of Thurston of Louis County this afternoon. We're noticing that it's not so much the main thoroughfares like I'm looking at cameras on my five year mounts Road and yes, while we Are seeing some snow flurries, and it's sticking to some of the grassy surfaces. It's not on I five for right now. But what we are seeing is on some of the other roads and that includes in parts of McLeary. You're going to find it on one a one. And some of the other roadways, including like Little Rock, Road or Old Highway 99. They're going to be a little slick and a little slushy accumulation. So keep that in mind if you are traveling through parts of the South County South sound. Drivers here in Seattle, experiencing a few delays on South 25 outside of like city way through the downtown corridor. And yes, we are seeing some pretty heavy snowfall in the places drivers are running into some delays on south and four or five from 5 20 most of the way to Newcastle. Listen, I don't see anything blocking right now, especially as we get closer to the park Drive exit, but There might be something there. That's what's causing this huge lineup. Drivers were still running into some delays on North on four or five into Kirkland, and traffic is brought to you. By Russell Stover. CANDY is it's not too late to head your local candy aisle and pick up that heart shaped box of Russell Stover chocolates she's expecting and make happy this Valentine's Day with Russell Stover, Cairo Radio Real time traffic. I'm Tracy Taylor. Now from the Cairo Radio New Center at my Northwest calm, the state plans to put more money into the hands of businesses and renters who are struggling during the pandemic. I'm today authorizing the Department of Commerce to distribute an additional $87 million.

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"mcleary" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 9 months ago

"mcleary" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Happened while you were sleeping and the news interviews and analysis for the day ahead, National International and local news tomorrow on morning edition. From NPR and W bur. I'm Robin Young. It's here and now and now a story that might not be for little ears because it's about Santa know what I'm saying? Okay, they're gone. Turns out the pandemic has put a lot of those guys out of work some marchioli behind plexiglass at the mall or doing virtual visits, But many are older and sitting this season out Connecticut Public Radio's Ryan Karen King has the story of one who did not let a virus keep him home. George McLeary is a horticulturist and a vegetable farmer around this time of year. He's also a Santa he's been putting on the red coat for about four decades. But he's now 66 borderline diabetic, so he wasn't sure how he could safely do his Santa visits in the middle of a pandemic month before Santa sees, and I was getting ready, and I was Trying to cite how we're gonna do some of these visits that we that we've done in the past because we lot of more in people's houses, and my doctor just said No. You can't go in their houses. So McLeary bought a new laptop in the microphone. He was about to send out his availability for doing his Santa visits virtually, and I never sent the hours in Because this idea popped in my head. Maybe we could put a trailer, put a sleigh on it and go visit people. A day later, he found a red trailer for sale on the side of the road. You bought a slave. Put it on the trailer with some lights and posted a note to a local Facebook group about doing Santa visits. The first night I got 50 phone calls. Can you come to our house? Can you come to our house? And it's just started. And it's just it's just rolling, Snowballing McCleary's the president of the Connecticut Santa Society, and he says most of his members are staying home this season because of the pandemic. People still need Santa. One of things when we sing it dance when we're saying it to get the kids of dance, the smiles on those parents faces. It's just a treasure. Even when we're driving down the road with this trailer, we're going down. Rudy Somebody'll pull up next to Ghost article by those girls put their break on. They'll come even with our vehicle, the roll their windows down up, outcome. The cell phones, click, click, click, Click, Click something and they're laughing and they're talking. Just to put a smile on people's faces. But part of the light side McLeary climbs into his truck for the next visit. This will be his 10th stop of the day. You know what I'm doing? Is not for every.

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"mcleary" Discussed on Never Growing Up - The Disney Parks Podcast for Adults

Never Growing Up - The Disney Parks Podcast for Adults

03:34 min | 10 months ago

"mcleary" Discussed on Never Growing Up - The Disney Parks Podcast for Adults

"The new festival of the holidays which just opened up going to talk a little bit about a new announcement about a trainer coming to disney in orlando airport All in all in this week's episode. Okay suga suga. Motherfucker was up. Wow that was the good timing like the train. Well played well. Hey bunny any at w. w. collective and with me as always is my most magical closed magical guys. It's brady mcleary i'm brady came on. Its graham lovely being back. How was your holiday weekend. It was good. I mean are ours was pretty chill. We just did like curbside. Pickup at both of our houses battle the cranberry sauces. You know one community cranberry sauce. My aunt make sense so obviously like we didn't get anything from her house. 'cause usually she comes over to my parents and then my kicks ass because my my family does like the the cranberry like not from the can like they make it from scratch. It's an aggressive. I know then. Knicks stanley does that one from the can and i really like the one from the can i ever had it from the can was when nick and i started dating or dating to the point where i was coming to thanksgiving and Very good and nick didn't bring any although i don't know if they did have it. That's that's what right now. Anyways it is a battle of is that. I didn't get to enjoy that this year. Fortunately you know what else is weird. I we forego forwent. are vegetarian. Ways for thanksgiving because people just give us so much it and quite honestly i feel. We're not eating turkey on thanksgiving. But you know like nick and i have had. The meat sweats for like two days from turkey turkey. Your body's like what is happening. What is avenue aboard born and so like both the past two nights were like thanksgiving night and then like last night When we're recording this this is The saturday after thanksgiving like literally sweating like sweat more. Isn't that what long time since he goes. You're vegetarian of journey january. So it's been year so like the rare in this honestly i've noticed..

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"mcleary" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:23 min | 10 months ago

"mcleary" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Blend right in with the green artificial surface. No Navy won the toss and elected to defer Ben feeding kick right toe left higher. L. Robinson the deepest return man for Army. He has special averages, 21 plus per kick return and is one of the most dynamic man. Touches from the line of scrimmage in all of college football. Ben Feed the right hand raised in the air. He storms toward the teed up football set up on the right hash his boot slams into the wall and tumbles and end over end a fair catch waves by retreating Robinson Azi collects it at his own two and armies. Offense will be the first to the field, led by tire. Tyler, the soft, more signal caller making just his second career start. His first came three weeks ago in armies last game. He had a career high. 35 carries the fifth most in program history. What makes Tyler special Cross? Well, I think he's the fastest and quickest and those are not necessarily the same thing quarterback for armies, particularly on some of their runs. When he gets up in the hole, he's just able to hit it faster than the other army quarterbacks have this year. So he will be under center. Connor Bishop, the center of the Guards captain Mike Johnson, Peyton Reader, Luke McLeary on JB Hunter. The tackles. Tight formation may be a crowded front, loading the box. Santa McCoy the deep pull back option play running right with a fullback lead right into the waiting grasp of John Marshall, who swings of around and thrust him down at the 27 game, too. It'll be second down. And eight s o Army stands at seven and two Black knights have won eight straight at home, outscoring their follows 335 to 82. In that time, they've taken 23 of their last 25 at home. Navy Jackson Perkins, the only defensive player to start every game this year, He is up front midshipman entering three and six. They've lost four in a row and really struggled at home. They're glad to be on the road in this game, Tyler under center, 2nd and 85 on the play clock, hands it off to a looping Tyrell Robinson, who tries to run through a couple of Navy players, but get swung down by Kevin Brennan. He hugged him on his hip. And ripped him to the Earth that the 29 Yard line game of two It'll be second down and six interesting. This army start the game two plays in a row that we're not option plays.

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"mcleary" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"mcleary" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

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"mcleary" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"mcleary" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"Was the most dangerous president of the United States. There's more by with eruptions in there than any place on any other president right and so the politics is is very sophisticated and very entrenched right so that they're not being violent and aggressive because there are out of control his some flag they in do pan the spaces so small there has to be a high degree of respect for people spaces right when there's an infraction. Everybody knows that so you vain. Somebody's space. It's deliberate right. And that has to be swiftly and quickly and definitively taking care. The other thing is if it's a community as a society so there's a consumer operation in their believe right. Everything is bought and sold And P different sex control different markets instill the key control the balance and aggressiveness to keep control of that. And that's why we do in chapel because those are two zones which firmly and everybody's liking risk neutral zone. Be No shit here. So one of our agreements.

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"mcleary" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"mcleary" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"Putting shit together and come up with something More valuable if it is in shadow. Did you trying to con somebody or manipulate them towards your own now so when you go into fear and you don't relaxed to well? I can figure out address with my son's in a way bigger than get it and I'm GonNa break some warrior into it so that they get them seriously boundary. That would be grounded way to look at it right. But instead when there's no balance you're GONNA it's GONNA tip use more energy. In each each of those archetypes you need to have a shotgun When all you need is a fly latter right from my own limited experience of incarcerated men. I I've no east. There was more fear in the mix that I'm would've anticipated before Hata experience did that thing off described there about the not being grounded. Is this a is this comedy. Think it with men coming in or the men who are incarcerated. Well like it both well. Of course The men the wherein incarcerated men. That's both in prison..

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"mcleary" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"mcleary" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"TO COUNCIL OF INSIDE CIRCLE FOUNDATION PSYCHIATRIST. I mean he's unbelievable man Li. Listen to this podcast. If you ain't seen that film the work yet that he sons might and he executive produced. You should check our is like going to folsom prison and conductor workshop but is a diminishing term for what takes place roll. Emotion is intense staff. You see real shit on. There are really recommend. You look at one of my favorite bits that we're going to include for you. Here is where we talked about. The four union sovereign the warriors the lava and the magician masculinity to the emotional gateways to these archetypes and just to clarify what is meant in unions and archetypes like energy systems. That we've in all of us. What are the psychic equivalent to the organs? He now we will have a liver. Don't we will have kidney down. We at least one. We all have a heart. Don't we some people? Don't I'm looking at someone now? Called PIP squeak instead of so I if assize some flash eight hollow HUSK so if we've got If there are archetypes for AL physical organic structure would they not be architecture psychic structure? Is You know possible anyway. We talk about the emotional gateways. How fear is the gateway to the magician anger the gateway to the war. You're going to love this and if you on all of it. Economic off on luminaries a subscription..

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