23 Burst results for "Meritas"

Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata

Books and Boba

05:28 min | 5 months ago

Convenience Store Woman by Sayaka Murata

"We're here today to talk about our June twenty twenty. Book Club, pick, convenience store, woman by Sayaka Murata translated by Jeannie Taffy, Takamori. Yes, so there's a divisive opinion on this book and I'm like really excited to dive into it. A lot of people were questioning our decision to pick this book as a lighter More I guess not dark read. Okay, but the thing is like our book club. Pick before that was a warrior woman and I. Think were your was darker than convenience store. Women didn't think it was that dark to be having me neither. Get into a little, are we? Are we the Weirdos here for? Okay, so without further ado, let's get into our. Our discussion. We want you start off with the Book Jack. Description Keiko is normal at school and university. People find her odd and her family worries. She will never fit in to make them happy. Keiko takes a job at a newly opened convenience store where she finds peace and purpose in simple daily tasks. But in Keiko Circle just won't do for an unmarried woman to spend her time stacking shelves and Green Tea as the pressure to find a new job or worse, a husband increases. Keiko is forced to take desperate action so the story itself is a slice of life. story about a convenience store worker toll from first person perspective from the main character Keiko and. I guess we can start with just the style of the store because it's very straightforward. Right and that's some so I don't know if you have this information, but is this the style of Sayaka Murata, or is this because of the condition of Keiko are someone who is like atypical? I have not read any of meritas other works because they happened been translated, but from what I've gleaned from interviews like she does have a very deadpan style to her writing. It is very straightforward like you said and a lot of her previous novels because convenience store women, while it's the first novel to be translated in the states. It's also her tenth novel. and. Yeah like that was really surprising to me. But her other novels are they kind of the same same themes like it's about nonconformity in Japanese Society AH take on gender roles and sexuality, and just like Japanese, societal issues on celibacy and a sexuality and. There are two books that have actually like I'm really hoping that they get translated 'cause the premise is. It's so bonkers There's one book called dwindling world I don't know the Japanese title is, but it set in dystopia where all procreation is made artificially and sex between a heterosexual married couple is is considered to be pretty disgusting like they. Oh, yeah, it's. It's not really a taboo, but it's more of like. Is this like Why are you doing that? A better way to like make children like. Why would you go through sex so? That's like a really interesting premise to me and then the other one. which definitely sounds like my jam? It's called sausage in Soussan, and it roughly translate to translates to birth murder, and this is also a dystopia novels and they banned. It's a dystopia novel where? Where a person who gives birth to ten children they they get to lawfully murder another person down. Yeah, right? About a royal. The Battle Royale I want this book to be translated immediately. Into a movie! Speaking speaking of like adapting it to a movie I. Think Convenience Store. Woman would work really well as a Japanese DEALLM. Or even just like a limited series like one of the Japanese. Soap operas or TV, shows are kind of like the BBC were they're pretty like they're short and sweet. Yeah, yeah, well well. The thing is like a convenience store. Women is such a short novel. It's only like. Because of the size of the hardcover book it's IT'S A lot smaller and very very cute. But in the smart in the smaller version, it's like around. Two hundred pages were like two hundred and fifty pages a in like a normal Let letter size paperback. It's like a hundred and fifty pages, so it's more of a novella than an actual novel. But this book was really really popular. It sold six hundred and fifty thousand copies in Japan and it won the Tugela prize.

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Miz and Mrs: Season 2 Episode 2 Review

The Rack Radio Show

10:36 min | 10 months ago

Miz and Mrs: Season 2 Episode 2 Review

"We're back with episode two of season two of MS and Mrs and my goodness is was an eventful episode last week. We were talking about how we didn't get to see the move to la well here we are in La Moving term this one is I will say less eventful then the last one but it was not without its challenges so we see them packing up the House House. Ms Has to essentially work while. They're moving so he being the good husband that he is gets Murray's professional packers and movers because she's very pregnant by this point so he's a good husband they load up the truck and they also flew to la all of them on a jet yet not a bus a jet so needless to say lessons learned lessons were learned on this one but they had a fun house I I they did but before they had to find a house they basically talk about how like. They swore they were never going to do this again. NOPE and here they are a year later doing it again and and we also learned that they're getting a new addition aside from the new baby in that misses mom and her very creepy collection are moving in with miseries when they go back to La. We'll talk about the cler. I mean that is kind of creamy. Yes it is a little creepy. I'M NOT GONNA lie but but we go shopping for rentals in La. They've decided to rent because they don't WanNa make the same mistake. They did before where they they buy in a bad neighbourhood so they wanna be able to shop figure out where they actually WanNa live this time because they have the other thing of schools now I have to think of schools which will get interesting to say the least So we also learned. Ms Cannot do math. Yeah it wasn't very good at math. He's not good at the math. So we go to Rental House One and has a lot of potential has a really nice yard yard. It's okay on the inside. Maurice really likes it. Mrs Just SORTA MIC. This is house hunters Mrs Edition by the Way Russia House to is all true. Oh sweet it's super modern. Very nice everything. They could want more except for the fact that it's way overpriced and to have pets vets In the house. It's it's extra money in it. Takes the rental price up to ten thousand dollars a month to read this house. Two thousand extra two thousand extra to rent this house and they were built like no. That was a big old. NOPE and then they go to the third house. And there's this lovely park down the street street and businesses absolutely in love with it because it's got a playground it's a place where Marocco go run around. Have a good time. They go in the House and it's really nice and it's actually very very much like their house in Austin Very similar in look and feel and so they fall in love with it and they decide that rental marm is is going to be number three so then we go to ms at work in Kansas City where he meets with talent relations at WHO's Adele relations. John Cone what. He's a senior in your manager. In talent relations like wait. What I had to rewind his go back and watch it again because I was like no no that Tim say yeah that Ted Senior relations of senior manager of talent relations? Who knew who do? We just thought he was was the donor guy and the referee. Apparently he's he's got a day job guys who knew who knew that now that would explain why his kid got the wintertime. There there you go very go. The mystery the Final Vale has fallen guys. So they're looking at MRS schedule because he's basically asking for time off to help. Maurice moved to be a good husband. And he's like okay. Well you know junk like well. You should've Smith snickers commercial so we can't cancel that MS like no. No I want to do do that. And then Congo's well you got this thing at Pebble Beach. We could get rid of that. And Mrs like what Yeah. You're playing at Pebble Beach. No no we're not getting rid of that L.. Do it. She can move on her own. legit which is what he was like. He didn't say it like going through has like yeah. It's Pell B.J. Once what's a lifetime because not everyone can go play beach with him getting the opportunity to play Pebble beach on live television for the US Open. He's like I'll bet in company guy he'll he'll make that that sacrifice but he's not going to tell his wife the to make that sacrifice. Oh He's filming US knickers commercial so we see the the last of the house getting packed up. They take one more selfie in front of the House and the Mrs off to film his his snickers commercial we see him sneak his golf clubs in the garage than he acts like. He's leaving ways from Arista. Go back inside. He gets out of his car runs into the garage. Grabs the golf clubs throws them in the car and then they leave the fact that he didn't get caught on that because they have cameras everywhere. Where is hysterical So then we we land in la where it's Maurice Farben Marjo. Oh Monroe the baby and the menagerie of pets. Yeah so we go to the house. They're walking walking around the house where I was like. Oh it's so nice and misses mom breaks out one of her dolls and shows it to Monroe and Monroe is like very scared of the dull shoes. Carring poor little thing. She was terrified of the doll. It's like all Imerese is like I like our. We'll talk about it later. He's like no no we will. You're not getting that thing near my kid. NOPE NOPE so we've been Marie taking monroe out. I stroll I think going down to the park. And they bump literally into another parent. WHO's walking her son up the hill And they start talking about the area and schools and everything comes comes up. There's a preschool waiting list. Because we're they are is a very exclusive area some of the best schools in the country. And you have to fight to get your kid into into preschool. Never mind the regular schools. Reese didn't realize this and the waiting lists in. Some cases are for years long. That is not an exaggeration that is legit Gitte which I knew about shit like that. So the fact that she didn't and I did is terrifying. So Reese freaks out. She calls Ms and he's like. Don't don't don't rush into anything. Don't do anything. They have a bad connection they get disconnected. And she's like all right. Well I'm going to start calling around schools. I'm doing my research and see what I have have to do to get monroe into a preschool and these preschools. They're not you not your average preschool. They teach your children diction and and thought and Mandarin and all kinds of interesting things that I didn't realize preschools compete. But here we go like like diction I'll say this. They try to teach kids in preschool Spanish. Now I'm like I think teaching them another language at an early age is definitely beneficial. Because it's easier when you're younger I think versus when you're harder when you're older at least I know they're trying to teach my nephew like how to count in Spanish. So that's great. That's Awesome I. I wish I wish they did that for us. Because I'm no one. I had to take languages in school. I was offloaded. New Eh. Wasn't the best. Yeah it was not always do numbers and some works with beyond that was like I don't I don't remember honestly but I just know if they had taught taught us like French or Spanish in school. That would awesome like preschool. I've been awesome. But anyway we cut to Maurice Calling all the schools and they let her know most of the schools are like you're too late. The witless is too long. One lady hangs up on her and she's like okay all right so I'm gonNA or do what I have to do to get monroe into a school so she engages a Mandarin instructor to come to the House to teach monroe how to speak speak Mandarin Chinese. The child is one But she still learn to word through the and they're very excited about it over verbs Meritas like she speaks English. She speaks French and now she's going to speak Mandarin and she's one she's a shoo in. So there's that and then there's MS who has arrived at Pebble Beach. She's checking with every his his group which are all the Fox sports hosts talking all about it and then and then ms ms he was so in the home. Free right like he was so in. Clear Maurice's Nice distracted with schools. She's not going to be paying attention. All he had to do was keep his mouth shut. which apparently the fans cannot do to save their souls soup and what does he do? He calls his father and he tells his father that he's going to be playing at Pebble beach on Fox sports sports on live television and he tells his dad all the details. But there's one detail he said don't tell Murray's so we cut back to Los James Louis Moreau Joe has her frog legs. EMORY's is like no. You're not putting those nasty things in my fridge. And then she gets a phone call. It's George and he asked Marie what channel MS is GonNa be on because he's at Pebble beach and he can't find it on TV. EMORY says like no. He's filming stickers commercial. George like no he's going to be on live. TV playing at Pebble Beach. And she's like what and so she starts flipping through the channels right to find him and of course she finds him and there is a pebble beach playing golf. And Mario's like I don't see any snickers I love March. Oh I missed Marjo so much. The submarine being the good wife that she is ready to unload on him. You know he's on the seventh hole. She calls him. He hangs up on her and she sees him him hang up on her Marcio. Marcio has the best line ever. which is he's dead and he doesn't even know it yet? Yeah you're like. He sowed it 'cause when he hung up on her. Okay you're

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Vegetable Breeding with Nate Kleinman

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

10:08 min | 11 months ago

Vegetable Breeding with Nate Kleinman

"A lot of what I learned about gardening decades ago I learned from seed catalogs always gravitating ones featuring the varieties the better plants promising. Lots of both personality and productivity. So when I got introduced to the nonprofit cooperative called Experimental Farm Network recently I felt right at home a corps belief at the F. N. that that act culture can and should be used to help build a better world not help destroy it. co-founders Nate Kleinman in New Jersey. There's e- and dusty hens in Minnesota chrome most of ESPN's seeds in each year. They're adding more growers to their roster including inspiring plant breeders who often often work in relative obscurity nature today to shine a light on these players and some old and new varieties. I think you'll be as excited about as I am. Welcome nate. I'm so glad to meet you so much. I'm really happy to be here is my motto. I like it I that should be. We should steal uh-huh so I'm so much have made your introduction and we have so many. CD friends in common. I'm surprised we haven't crust fat pass before but let's start with an explanation from you of what the experimental farm network is and how it got started. Sure and we've yeah we've only been around for a few years though not too surprising. People are definitely still learning about it. we we were founded in twenty thirteen gene destiny and I met actually through occupy Wall Street Movement In Philadelphia we were involved with occupy Philly and a group called occupy vacant. Lots lots which was working to To basically transformed vacant lots in the Philadelphia area into productive food growing spaces and dusty scene. I were Farming in small lots and and I had been urban farmers and backyard farmers for for some time but we both decided we wanted to to expand and Get some land and try and grow on a bigger scale and I had also been collecting rare seeds for a few years. At this. This point I had a growing collection and not enough places to grow them. I we started talking about. Should we start a seed company. What what do we want to What do we want to do with all of these seeds and It was actually at A. I went to a conference and I heard a talk from a guy named Eric. Tones Meyer from Massachusetts who's an author and And he wrote some great books. One called Paradise lost Another called The carbon urban farming solution and he gave a talk on perennial industrial crops and how perennial staple crops could be used to fight climate. Change and I had sort of known the story of perennial wheat and the the attempts to develop for any elite through the years. But there were he mentioned mentioned crops that I knew about but had no idea the potential that they might have as as potential Sources of energy of Industrial we'll crops An industrial uses fiber crops and of course food crops And there were always stories about how through through The last century people have made a lot of strides towards things like perennial wheat and then For for whatever reason they had to abandon it or you know they worked for university eventually. They retired and nobody was there to to pick up the slack so At the same time I had been working working with Occupy Sandy which was a grassroots hurricane relief organization that grew out of the occupy movement following Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey and New York and so we had This was a really successful effort. How mobilized tens of thousands of volunteers and was in neighborhoods that the the government was not in and the Red Cross and Salvation Army that we were able to fill a lot of folding and impressed a lot of people in including the people involved with it for being amateurs doing something that is normally reserved for professionals and doing a great job at it so I started thinking well if we can apply the same kind of ethos to some of the problems in in plant breeding some of these things that have been nagging at people for for generations like developing viable perennial brain props If we could create a a collaborative horizontal model where people are working together in a decentralized centralized fashion that maybe we could drive innovation and help to to create some of these some of these crops that really need to exist So that that sort of the of the whole thing and so besides the seed Catalog online that we're going to get to in a second the or these projects that that you're in you're we're doing like for instance. seeking improved genetics of the Native Beach Plum. Which I think is what is it prunes? Meritas that what that is or the native May POPs the native passion flowers that in Karnataka. PASSIFLORA incarnate. Is that one didn't make that up. Sometimes they make that names and and so so there's all kinds of of projects besides the seeds That are in the where people can shop and and get things are these projects going on to Like you just talked about perennial grains and so forth but for some native important Plants Plant says. Well yes yes. We're working with a lot of a lot of native plants that have potential as as domesticated crop plants. People just I need to put the work into it and we figure if if before all working together we can do better job I mean. Plant breeding is. It's I often say play. Printing is looking for a needle in a haystack. STAC you're trying to find that exact correct collection of genes and traits. And so if you if you have more people looking through the haystack back. You're going to find the needle fast now. So I have listening lots of starving from winter gardeners who want to buy seeds and shop proceeds in fine crazy. He's going to grow and whatever so. Let's go to the store front and I think you you just put up your list recently early January For Twenty Twenty and I think you have more than in two hundred offerings hundred. I think we're new to you There's a few common threads running through The listings and one one of them as I said in the introduction perennial edibles and I thought. Let's talk about some of those and I see that on instagram. You say ah many of these will be friends. As a major part of our nonprofit mission is encouraging farmers and gardeners to plant more carbon sequestering perennial crops. So that's sort of the the the mission behind the perennial edible thing. Yes you plant. It does its job for a long time Yup and and because you have a perennial. You're not tilling. The soil and active jealous is what releases so much carbon into the atmosphere. It's not just tractors and the equipment equipment chemicals people use but but just a very active tilling. Yeah so for instance there. Are you have seeds book. Believe or or something for ramps and Rhubarb. So tell me about. Some of the Rhubarb story was fascinating actually. Yeah I love the one of my favorite scenes yourselves the Tracy Rhubarb of which is Name we gave to a variety of rhubarb that You know it it may have had another name originally but for all we know it It it was a you know a seedling. Potentially that was planted by Friends of my family who were an elderly couple who since passed away and after they died hide their daughter-in-law took me to the property. She wanted to find the rhubarb and digging up because it was all they always made delicious. Baked goods with at and She she was pacing around the back yard looking for it underneath the in the grass and They'd had a they'd had somebody mowing the grass every couple of weeks while the house on the market gets and finally she found this This pencil thin stock with a quarter-sized leaf at the end of it. And so they're they're far very unimpressive presence but had survived under the MOWER. Blades for a couple years. And when we put the shovel to the ground we've found a huge dude route underneath the ground and I was able to dig it up and and run away. Divided into three chunks and each chunk became a plant that my friends in my friend's backyard in Pennsylvania and then We started splitting it up even more and I sent to my sister in Michigan and a friend in Baltimore and I I planted it in New Jersey and then pretty soon. We realized that this was a really extraordinary rhubarb. Had really fix fix stems so It's very easy to use in the kitchen and has enormous leaves which shade out all the weeds in a within a three foot area around the plant. So it's it's very very easy to grow and then one of the most Exciting things about it is that compared to all the other rhubarb that we grow It's the least attractive to the Japanese. Beetles also have a Japanese problem. Where you live? You may know that they They seem to love Rhubarb and they can really Decimate a plant in In the summer when they're when they're at their peak so this one survives through through the summer really well it's it's early and and it produces another flush in the fall. Aw and it's it's It's just delicious too. It's got A it's got A. It's not deep bread. It's got red at the base of the of the stock But enough to make any jam I am or tie that you make have nice pink colored and And it's just delicious

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Why Baseballs Are Flying in 2019

60-Second Science

03:24 min | 1 year ago

Why Baseballs Are Flying in 2019

"Have you ever wanted to speak another language whether you want to speak spanish french or german babbel's ten to fifteen minute lessons can get you speaking confidently in your new language within weeks babble spaced repetition method gradually build your language skills so so you intuitive lee remember what you've learned no wonder babble is the number one selling language learning app in the world try babble for free go to babble dot com or download the app that's babbel b a b b e l dot com or download the app to try for free this is scientific americans sixty seconds science i'm steve mirsky call justin verlander of the houston astros will start tonight's major league baseball allstar game for the american league he's in the news from more than that though monday he told sbn that these huge rise in home runs this season is due to the fact that these two thousand nineteen baseball is what he called quote an effing joke in quote many other players and commentators have questioned whether the ball is joost that is made so that it travels farther and faster so however they are making or creating the baseball coming up around baseball sports it's a data scientist meritas wills with a doctorate in astrophysics their first studies were in publications like they astrophysical journal and solar physics but her most recent research on the two thousand nineteen baseball appeared june twenty fifth any online sports publication be athletic so how do you make a baseball that's round or the other baseball's wheels got her hands on thirty nine major league baseball is used in two thousand nineteen compared with last year's ball the laces are santer the leather in substantially smoother any one of these changes will make aerodynamics of the ball better they will decrease the drag so the way they think of it is the ball doesn't slow down as quickly when it's traveling through the air which means that it stays faster longer which means that table to travel farther which could account for part of why the players are on pace to hit more than six thousand six hundred home runs this year up from five thousand five five hundred eighty five last year hitters are clearly also changing their swing planes and try to hit more homers which is probably also a factor but another indicator of less drag on the ball is home run distance wheels knows that eighty two home runs win at least four hundred and fifty feet in two thousand eighteen this year has already seen eighty four of that distance with almost half a season to play the changes in the ball also make it harder for the pitchers to manipulate it there kim problems why is that it becomes harder to grip the ball in a way that allows you to spin it enough to get break and then the other one is that the height of the seems themselves can affect how much the ball

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Woman rescued after stuck in NY City elevator

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Woman rescued after stuck in NY City elevator

"Woman who was trapped for the weekend at a Manhattan elevator. Witnesses say Meritas, Florida's Fortaleza was was conscious and calm as she was carried on a stretcher from townhouse on the upper east side, an F D N Y spokesman confirms that the queen's woman said she'd been stuck there since Friday the elevator had passed his last inspection in July. According to city records. Homeowners warned inherited Stevens say Fortaleza had worked for them for eighteen years city. Regulation state that elevators are not continuously monitored. And if that's the case, they must have working phones or emergency buttons on board. Seven twenty two now about doorbell cameras.

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"meritas" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"meritas" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Night, Meritas, four to LIZA. And I hope I'm saying her name, right? She's doing fine today despite what she endured over the weekend. Sees the lady identified as the poor victim of that elevator malfunction on the upper east which left her stranded all weekend long you talking being stuck between the second and third floor for employers house for three days here. Then ten wins. Reporter Samantha LeBron has the story leading us. Off thinking about the unthinkable on the upper east thought being stuck in an elevator. Is a scary one for New Yorkers, but imagine being stuck in one for a whole weekend. I di- I just that would be that would be the end of me. That's my number one fear in the world. So that's what happened to work or in the forest story town home on Friday. She wasn't found until around ten Monday morning department of building says call buttons in elevators in private homes, usually stay within the dwelling rather than going to the F D N Y. She was taken to the hospital and is doing okay, meanwhile, buildings inspectors posted a violation on the gate of the building. They haven't been able to get a look at the elevator which did pass its last inspection in July. Samantha leap in ten. Ten wins on east sixty fifth street billionaire investment banker Warren Stevens and his wife Harriet own the town house, they issued a statement praising misfold Elisa as a valued member of the extended family for eighteen years is as here they accompany her to the hospital today and remain at her side. The family writes, this unfortunate incident is being investigated and appropriate measures will be taken to ensure something like this. Never happens again wedding to CD records. Again. The elevator was inspected last summer and showed no violations. Meantime, a rough start to the day for a group of school kids in New Jersey their school bus went out of control and crashed into a utility pole. That's in live power lines falling on top of the bus. Oh, no long hill township police Lieutenant James much Ascii eight students all grade school age on the bus along with the driver. The driver was taken to Morristown more hospital for as a requirement of the company. There was no no injuries. Investigators say the driver was trying to make a left in the bus didn't go operate. This happened about eight this morning. Everybody waited on the bus until the waited on board the bus, I should say until the power lines were turned off for obvious reason before they were safely removed wins. News time six oh six. Also, a New Jersey Governor, Phil Murphy and a congressional delegation to of the century. Oh Hudson rail tumbled today, the looking for ways to end the money impacts with the fed over thirteen billion dollars. Project to build a new tunnel. Amtrak owns it. You know, says superstorm sandy flooded it out and damaged the interior requiring lots of work railroad says eventually this thing has gone to create significant disruptions along the commute for some two hundred thousand people per day who use it federal transportation officials still kicking the tires and having sticker shock saying billions in federal loans on part of New York and New Jersey sitting really count as the state's contribution that you'll recall back in October governor Cuomo even send a video over the President Trump. So he could see it. So we'll see what happens after days up close and personal.

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"meritas" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"meritas" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And became the assistant astronomer at the academy of sciences in Berlin in seventeen hundred Finkel Mon in her husband made up survey Sion's created calendars Maria herself published several pamphlets on their findings. They were doing the work side by side. The the telescope would have been the property of the academy. The astronomers lived in the academy. Their house was part of the academic building. There was something called the guild system, which was the economic production system at this time in Europe and the wife of the guild master was such an important part of the family economy that many guilds required that the master be married. So I think they. They fit nicely into that pattern. And they were both. Excellent. Astronomers, but it was Maria who made the couple's first real scientific discovery sheathing or found proof and the notebooks of Meritas husband, Gottfried, quiche the husband rights while I was asleep. My wife discovered a comment, and I thought well, isn't that interesting? Women are always doing most of the work. But no, that's not true. It the astronomy. At the time was a family business and often the family would divide up the work. The husband would observe one night the wife would observe another night. And they would then be able to have continuous observations. Discovering a comment is a big deal. Yeah. It is. But I assume Maria Bingaman didn't get credit in her lifetime because the couple's findings would have been published under her husband's name, you would be assuming correctly..

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'Jeopardy!' Contestant Proposes to Girlfriend on the Game Show

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

'Jeopardy!' Contestant Proposes to Girlfriend on the Game Show

"Did you watch jeopardy last night? It was a surprise question on last night's jeopardy. The contestant Michael Pasco Z from Orlando to say one quick thing and ask Maria Shaefer right there who is Maria where she oh, Hello Maria. If she would make me a winner today, and Mary me. Maria didn't have to think twice. So. It'd be what is yes. Excuse he play second on the show, but I in Meritas

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"meritas" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"meritas" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"They just came in, they padlocked the house and they put up a barrier in the back and all other things were still inside. So these banks were ruthless. Leo Meritas own finances were rapidly dwindling, hit liquidated, all his assets. He cleared out his entire Bank account. It only took six months to just get down to zero and. I felt such shame that couldn't provide, and I couldn't find a job that would pay me anywhere near enough to even just make our mortgage. He also says he tried to repeatedly refinance his mortgage or to get his interest rate adjusted, but he was repeatedly denied. However, by two thousand ten, he'd finally found a new job, but it paid just eight dollars an hour when I would go to work in the morning, I'd work like nine ten hours a day, and I would drive home wondering if we had a house where your parents worried my parents basically just stayed. They stayed inside the house and to watch it, make sure that the Bank didn't come. My mother would prey like all day that God would deliver us from this downturn and from the sinking ship. And here's the thing that doesn't get talked about a lot. When we look back at the great recession, it devastated families financially, but. Also emotionally Morita says it was like an unbearable Paul that had spread throughout the house, but in two thousand ten Leo Marietta says, the family grabbed hold of a lifeline President. Obama had signed the Affordable Care Act into law. So his mother got health insurance, which helped a lot with their huge medical bills. We could see the uptick, you know, and we were finally able to refinance your house and we were able to in a in a seven, eight months refinance at twice twice. But the relief did not last long. Murrieta says his mother's medical expenses continued to climb her medications cost more than eight hundred dollars a month. So again, they fell behind on their mortgage in two thousand thirteen. Foreclosure proceedings began on Leo Meritas home and they lost the house. His family is in rentals. Now as our forty, five percent of north Las Vegas residents who live in single family. Homes today. So they're vulnerable in a whole new way as the rental market heats up because now northwest Vegas is on the upswing.

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"meritas" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"meritas" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"You are. You're not lying. So I couldn't felt like everyone on this date had zero chemistry with each other. So I was a little surprised Zach, Meritas. I agree. I, I didn't see any like I do like Halley, I think she's like a very cute bubbly girl, and I think she's, she's, I don't know. I like that she wasn't. She was Super League drama field. I did like about her, but you're right. I didn't aim wake when her and Tomasz we're talking about this chemistry. I didn't. I didn't see it based on the for Maria and Zach. I just feel like maybe they were both. It was like at the point where we're on a date, like Zach was like, okay, I wanna kiss someone other than brea. I wanna start drama, obviously. Wanna start drama. Yeah, but I didn't see anything beyond that. He's he's, he's addicted. All right. But. I didn't see anything as well from this couple of it should go beyond this any carrier like Kelly. And I like when she starts with Brett, but she didn't laugh cry about how much she loves it. We're going to see some thing offer so yet wins access the gas when they go to the truth booth conversation, that's wouldn't brio was had like a scarily normal reaction to the information. Which is impressive like for her. But so, yeah, marine Tomasz anything because of the fate. We're gonna get a lot less. I mean troops with rim that helpful, really anyway. So Maria Tomasz get voted in, which is not really any different than when they the date, obviously not. No. And they were both very clear that they did not want to match. All right. We have to talk about the evils moocher. Daniel who to me literally just fell out of thousand three, right? He's seems like he's like, doesn't fit in with like anything like the way he's acting in. Like I feel like it feels like he's like constructed by computer. Like, I don't think he's real. He's like, sort of like a soft, but he also like. Works in Coney Island. Like he's I think he's from New York, New jersey us from Brooklyn, like I don't..

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"meritas" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"meritas" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"People began, you know, tweeting me, pictures of them with lime, Meritas wanting to know about what I thought of the new flavors. Bud Light lime is great, Bud Light lime. Meritas are awful. My stance on them as they are the taste of the loud public fight you had with the worst person you ever dated, oh, they are the taste of that. I hate them, but for some reason that that won't get into people's heads. I think it's trolling at this point. People want to know what I think of various products in this zone. And you know, I realize I'm just playing a little a straight white male privilege here. What I would. That's the worst trolling. I get people wanna get spotlight live. I'll take off to, honestly, as far as internet trolling goes, it's pretty mild, I thankful I don't have to deal with the other things, but it is something that happens. And so as this kind of public services to kind of get it all out for the year. I like to have some guests taste tests, new products in this zone, just so people don't ask me what I think of them later. We have this definitive document with what I think, and also what my guess think. So just before we start taste testing, we have three items here that I got from my local target. What? What is your guys experience with this kind of product? Is this something you guys kind of drank in the early days of drinking? Yeah, I, I really don't know. It's not at all. I don't like sugary drinks. My favorite drink is of Kamar teeny sure. I will say I was thinking about high school. Can I tell quick like first time, drinking story? I would like it if you did. Okay. So this reminded me of I didn't make the national Honor Society here that and I was very, very devastated. And I had a bunch of friends coming over to watch empire records, which is removing when you're Dow. Actually, I watched that after my first series freak really real. Yeah. I did. It's it is such a great movie because it's it's just like about love and music, and you know raising, we watched that and Ghostbusters. Yeah, because Russia recently does it hold up empire records. I was actually just thinking about it today, and it is kinda creepy that Mark kisses the ballerinas foot. But yeah, that is weird. I think I watched in the last five years and it did hold up. Yeah, enough. Very nineties though, for like I know so many people maybe not maybe unlike the past two years when suddenly like people, I, I know bunch of communists now that That like. like that like that. Like, like, you know, two years ago, my friends were like, man, I can't wait to sell out. It would be nice to have yet. It would be nice to be able to afford things. And now now there's much more like radical stuff going on, but but it is very nineties of the like, you know, hey, gang. We're. The record church like deals with suicide right away. And it has like the, I will say the Rex manning moment between live Tyler and him where she wants to seduce him in the first thing he does is unzips his pants and then shakes up some ranch. Like I didn't understand that throughout high school and beyond, and I still don't really understand the ranch. I think he says something to reference it, but I do like that she'd over remember the ranch. I don't even remember. Guar is my one, and then a guy gloves. It change to the floor and war. For feeling slammed my art to you. Yeah, that was the first peanuts used. Yeah. Was the guar penis? And I was like, oh, I will have none of this. Sure. Yeah. You've been on, you've been dating monsters for Arctic. Scores backstory, does it something like that? Yeah. And then there's my favorite line is like the beginning of the movie where Lucas is like I do not regret the things I've done, but those I did not do. It's a great movie. And so I had a bunch of friends over to watch it and I decided that this, you know, I didn't make the national Honor Society, so I'm going to start drinking. 'cause sorry. Yeah, it was. It was very hard, ruined my career as a high schooler. And so my parents had a full bar because we're rushing a lot of different type of and I didn't know the difference of any of it..

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"meritas" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"meritas" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Discomfort and. Vomiting it can be fatal for kids and the elderly last, month Kelloggs company recalled eleven million, bucks, Honey smacks cereal because of salmonella as. Well Some residents in LA using their garages to make wine CBS reporter. Jo Kwon visited one the only thing I. Ever knew about making, wine was watching Lucy step on grapes Mike and. Juliet says that was pre twenty fourteen fast forward four years. And here in his garage in Brentwood Mike and. His fiancee Angela past are making, their own wine joining an estimated couple hundred garage winemakers in, the l. a. area I have never seen one made in a garage before it was in our own. Garage they bought some tools gathered some empty jugs and purchased some grapes first batch of two thousand fourteen, Santa Barbara Sarah came out beautifully but their attempt at. A merlot didn't, quite go we added to many. Sulphites and we had to dump everything Mike and Angela are working on a Bordeaux blend either using cabernet sauvignon merlot Cobb Franck, and, this, year they're. Adding a bit of mall Beck and now they've just got, to, think of a name the, names, further 2016 batch fit for presidential election Narrow Taj Mike on, the, right being that on a registered Republican Angela who registered, democrat we call it Angela's lefty Meritas they hope one day to turn their hobby into a commercial gig At CBS reporter Jo Kwon more than a million low. Income New Yorkers now, have access to deeply discounted Citi. Bike memberships WCBS reporter Marla diamond with the story from bed stuy City bike has been popular and several Brooklyn neighborhoods including here in Bedford Stuyvesant but borough. President Eric atom says more low income. New Yorkers should be using them, to get around too many people of color walked past. Healthy alternatives because they believe it's a white thing it is not what we deserve today Adams tried to dispel that notion these blue bikes do, not care what your. Backside, is you can sit.

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"meritas" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"meritas" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"Coffee shop meritas book then all of a sudden right i gotta start cracking the knuckles again but with nathan drake it seems like he he invest himself in this kind of adventure so it might be a little weird to see somebody of two advanced stage going after that but you know i mean when i'm seventy five i'm probably going to be trying box drums so we'll have to see on i'll be right next to you trying them as well support a man roka's still going to be calling us too old for this i'll be sitting in the stands old you know what maybe when you are this advanced age you're going to have a different opinion on what the elderly people of this community can do we're not there yet mister roca older than both of these fools we'll see when they're my agency how how much they want to jump into the jungle and do things that they're doing thank you guys for tuning into this episode of collider mood talk like i said at the top of the show if you joined us late please check out any one of the donation platforms for our good buddy john snap who's currently in the hospital you can then mo pay pal go fund me the best place to do it is go to his beloved fiancee holly pains twitter account she has all the latest updates and she has one of my favorite twitter handles of all time at betty draper's fat suit you can go in there and type in highly paid you'll see her she's talking a lot about john schnaps she will give updates when she has more to share and in the meantime police and all those good thoughts and all those donations coming because every penny doesn't fact help that's all for us on movie talk today i wanna thank perry john rocca and if i don't see some of you the rest of this week up here i will see all in san diego i'll be back tomorrow morning for another episode of collider movie talk hey events in dog collar between his dogs i just convinced a human upgrade to a new home with a twelve hundred square foot bathroom i think she called it a yard with wells fargo two percent ten mortgage.

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"meritas" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

The Rack Radio Show

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"meritas" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

"Yes they work the way rumbling other still this was the first time to do a wrestling match together which was great to see it was a lot of fun you have a great miraculous signs but in the end sasha banks a little crazy she did a big today outside taken out bobby route who is not as strong as broad strokes that cannot just catch a flying woman he fell with the woman having at him so different and there's distractions all fun stuff in valor did i run a pick that route knocking into the bereket in this distracting loud pecci lives to roll up sasha banks and yes becky and bobby meaning bobby charlotte move onto the finals have problems with us made your problems with us but what you think never is really good i thought it was really entertaining i'm i'm a little sad that they're not going to keep charlotte out of the terminal her minutely unless they make it so ms oskar aren't going to compete because mitt meritas had the baby which i very much doubt they're there going to do he will be back tuesday for sure because they're going into wrestlemainia but it's yeah i mean i don't want charlotte north gonna face off relief you're gonna do do it because i think this is the first time they've ever faced booth that's my biggest problem with the first i've ever get the two of to compete you're giving it away for free on facebook by one hundred thousand two hundred thousand people and more as you know millions of people we goes on your giving away free match before and we've been saying if weeks now this is a mistake and for a second thought that somebody had realized oh hey this is probably not a good idea so they did what they did great but no we have had the out had to outs one you could put fit sasha over and guy out of it.

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"meritas" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"meritas" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Great harvard law school professor meritas alan dershowitz telling newsmax that'll be valuable part of the president's national security team i just wanted to say any people out there who will follow his i've interviewed alan dershowitz three times on three books and it's scott into policy and decision making and i mean it's people say who is the greatest interviews while i'm not gonna sit here remain the my daughter before on the show but alan dershowitz i mean he's right up there at the top i don't know i'm not charting these these great guests and i will say and i sat down and i'll say it now alan dershowitz he's he's a liberal and if you listen to you can get pretty angry if you're he's still would support hillary and i'm not going to challenge the man's judgement i mean i one hundred percent agree with him i normally might say well ninety five percents you're given the five percent benefit as if it matters i'm giving him no benefits of of track that i don't know how anybody could vote for that which that demon that that destructive personality and yeah when you debate him or talk with him he is very forthright when he takes views at a diametrically opposed in the far left and i commend him for this he's been forthright and saying trump hasn't committed a crime it also collusion and obstruction of justice i'd crimes therefore let's terminate the special investigation which has been terminated by the by the house let's get the follow up and terminated the other another position alan dershowitz is pretty good but he doesn't care political political right he is a true constitutionalist and it's whatever the law states he follows most a lot of people say well why was he involved the oj simpson case and here we get into a whole thing of ethics what would make a lawyer step away from it but by very system everybody needs representation i'm not looking to change our legal system looking to change the priorities of punishment i think the legal system.

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"meritas" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"meritas" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So on but little has been written about the reality of transformation maria maria is body growing slowly day after day in our snails picture maria is herself and not herself have baby is not a self either all of this weighs on the minds like a solid a solid wrapped in conjecture neil gives us the half of meritas pregnancy it's awkwardness she can't write herself because nothing feels right to her former self the body she knew from another lifetime the painting is not about maternal contentment but in years but unease there's an aura of jittery indecision pregnancy is a state that requires waiting incubation and what can a body do weights think about itself neal's portraits of women reveal an affinity the shared understanding that she and our female subject now how to wait but for what the option of not being women what do these women want meritas baby is pulling her into unknown sphere just a sitting for once portrait is an unknown what will make of me i just just a little bit of yeah yeah i love that piece use you said that there was really you've already described this in a way that there's just like something singular about the way alice neel went about your career and your fall in love with people who who are not breaking the rules but they don't know what they are.

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"meritas" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"meritas" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"That we have organizations like news busters media research council it looks at stories on abc nbc cbs define find out that octobernovemberdecember ninety percent of the news about trump was negative ninety percent meanwhile stockmarket hit record highs trillions of dollars in brand new wealth created consumer confidence hasn't been as high in years people for the first time in year to saying the economy is good or excellent but ninety percent of the news is negative i thought it was economy stupid i thought the primary reason the people voted was because the economy with the economy is doing well how can not even in the news be negative even van jones in that project meritas undercover video referred to the trump collusion thing as a quote nothing burger cloth quote and they've got a feel producer who says in a conference call with jeff zucker the ceo of cnn he's a great job on that story now guy let's get back to russia let's get back to russia you can't find a story manufacture one what aol is at the executive editor new york times dean back hey said and i quote the left as a general rule does not want to hear thoughtful disagreement close quote and you think the russians or a bigger threat than are left wing media to our republic we come back president trump remarks and some exchange it from the town home pretty interesting exchange between dana lash a spokeswoman for the nra and the super into the sheriff of broward county who feels there should be further guncontrol she said why don't you guys to take further action when you have these warning sign these red flags amerio too call in now join the.

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"meritas" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"meritas" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Don't just gender nations around i sent twenty grand there a few months ago because the video they got gotta google saying that i'm the number one enemy in their censoring me when they got to the lawyers they said this is yet no matter how good their lawyers argue win and we're getting ready and it's been using the other lawsuit that more suit and they got more documents and i don't want to to sue for me these pigs are blocking everything we do and the not the wedding has always been dr millions of subscribers nobody gets it we do all this they me they'd be monetize this 95 percent don't even tell us and then they got these arrogant people they get up on our high horse video and they just arrogantly shoot red rutnet flat julian assange there were shut them down the guy that george w bush wanted arrested it sick but again they're liberals so it's okay to be fasht and you see i antiflood doesn't want you to be able to march and the tele reporters with guns and austin you can't go through here to the capitol we have guns are you scared it's like yeah you're you're hit me with clubs and you have guns if your fingers will trigger i am actually shaking the police to say we've been orders came down sariol it well these are the same people running these platforms then they want to censor everything and they are the internet they get everybody to go their platform say are free and open and then secretly start censoring so i'm not bragging one i tell you we give it a hundred thousand dollars for this big investigation of pedophilia that's been there on the arrest all of its going to be here soon we was supplied lot of the lead with that and we were help in meritas mancini that's why you.

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"meritas" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"meritas" Discussed on WGTK

"And executives inside of twitter the publiclytraded corporation with most powerful uh uh first amendment uh issues of our time talking about banning people for their political ideals than creating algorithms to censor people's ideas and i know this is something year involved and 'cause you're in the lawsuit against some of these companies will now we've confirmed you're suspicions there on videotape describing holiday sensor hethal and they're bragging about it go on this is unbelievable how how did it to the extent that you can reveal how did you get this we looked at meritas project gareth hot have undercover people who spend some time this month some sent here's we faced a lot of scrutiny in a lot of attacks i'm sure you're familiar with that we use alias as we go undercover to build people's trust and the people in the tape i i'm just i i know that we sent your producers the video and i hope you play some of the found here but we we have people on tape here describing quote we're going to ban away as talking talking about quote they think that noone is engaging with their caught wh what their content but in reality no one and seeing it well if it was a pro trump thing and i'm an anti trump i've band whose accounts quote it's at your discretion quote we're trying to down ranked quote s h i t t white people do not show up or they were literally talking about how they make you think that your stuff is being seen gene on other people's timelines but it's actually not the called shuttle banning we got the.

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"meritas" Discussed on Behind the Bets

Behind the Bets

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"meritas" Discussed on Behind the Bets

"Ruth deal like when did we get soft like i go back to the light manning stuff in a when like when did we get so soft like it's a meritas workers that's what everybody says they but the nfl the best the gray's meritocracy in the world and here we are just doing these token gift i'd be so furious owes a chiefs via now travis kelsea andreatta subic component but yeah just unacceptable i already in progress or were not allowed sacks anymore zach vogel's ford rugrats yeah and and and tennessee they almost one in spite of themselves like they got behind so they had to press offensively and democracy was hurt so they had to give the ball dare kendari and all that work really well for them i'd say yeah i i just love there was one it was like a punt return is something that was a flag in uh jeff triplett who are just look like i got a job if the yards over here to figure out what this flag is right now is like i just wanted to be on my couch it's a playoff game but not that many people are paying attention there's not a whole lot on the line right just an nfl playoff game no big deal with let's just let's throw this guy a bone and let them rough to game even though he clearly doesn't know what he's doing anymore it's also fascinating that because they know we talk about malarkey law the podcast like all the reports that if tennessee lost that game he fired and then you have the panthers replacing their old see and quarterbacks coach but what if those guys caught passes a dropped him in the end zone so i all of a sudden the like the winning it's just it'll be interesting to see what happens fork in the road the what if game we played all the time and sports like what if soandso caught the ball or whatever the thursday what if with just the coaching path as well malarkey may get an extension because of alex mathie incomplete a fourth down on that last potential gamewinning field goal driving also triplett and any reid play kong whatever may be whereas maybe they would have hired the next great bill bella check if they lost that game that they trailed by eighteen it's fast.

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"meritas" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"meritas" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"I love you every time i see that you're gonna be on i just feels so much happier oh you're just she had the happiest hair you've ever seen sistal fluffy and hopeful on her hair love it okay um i just saw this article in huffpost that uh la weekly got bought and that's been gutted i guess i did get then i heard the news yesterday time without the other there are always trying to um take away our good stuff i know i know i know yes i well i yet they did that fantastic voice the resistance cover and we we heard from fantastic author that yesterday about this awful i i hope i wasn't personally responsible okay they probably thought you were just too much of a threat they've guidance stone terrifying little woman in my basement yes that's right what this is uh a lot in before it was taken over by wearable people that high yet hi this is all terrifying it but i you know what's happening outside of all of this you know the what's at which wonder that the mercer's rang funded projects meritas this ridiculous james o'keefe thing that just sent a woman to pretend she was raped to try to trick the washington post inservice of helping a pedophile get her the senate accent it awful people they are all awful people okay well how we're going to be able to go through this new york times piece about trump pressuring all these top republicans to end the russia thing in a whole new light this morning are way yes there are eighteen minutes after the hour this portion of the stephanie militia brought to you by are all all the necessary rumbles exterior to move fast if you want to get the exchair man that's supposed to be the guest here but not listen you gotta move fast she's she's small but she's scrappy i love his exchair right look at you you have you but we're in a car accident you need lumbar support its bull letter have her moment in the in the sun and in the wider for it a exchair i'm telling you are eats said.

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"meritas" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"meritas" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"But again we're in the middle of the 34 our broadcast that end coming up six o'clock pm this evening with own royer that a lotta surprise guest come on a lot more today the big thing is when you're watching us on twitter facebook youtube you name it they admit their blocking when we become number one it going to the front pages and they're blocking people who were subscribers for seeing it you have to hand share it to get this information out but uh chart we're beginning to win moore forcing gugel and facebook and twitter to admit their censoring we've talked to talk telecommunications an antitrust lawyers while a civil rights lawyers the project meritas video of the youtube executive admitting their censoring info wars discriminating congressional hearings were twitter and others admit to censoring us they have the hand of operations sure we saw him forces number one at lunch we put the head of twitter is on lunch walking us and what is it had stuff like your shall be they know we have the biggest on they know we have william benny we know we have the whistle blowers on they know were exposing all this the fbi picked up a whistleblower we had on two days ago on his full name put out i had him on an earlier crash while million army special operations in now in a private capacity about the civil war going on in the middle east and how with yemenis wore it spilling over to the us he didn't you out in classified info he just gave as a citizen his analysis the fbi grabbed him so this isn't a show proper or they're running they're spies isn't an who you're watching it and thereby makes a big deal out of it this is just real we're doing it so please com we've got shipping running it's a marathon to pay for the new studio that we're about to show you that we've been building and hiring new crew in expanding we're doing loss leaders at fifty percent off on a lot of our best sellers because we want those you on the fence have ever tribes supermo vitality year the fluoride free toothpaste or all of the products to be able to use it dragged how great it is.

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"meritas" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"meritas" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For me and kasing by the way in her sounds cassatt for coffee the five pounds i've gained this year consist i think almost entirely of gandhi land popcorn and meritas castle lay which both practically attach themselves to you when you walk from oh shave the fitzgerald peter to the saint paul hotel i've also been here often enough at this point to know what cold really is and to know that this is not yet this is not it it got all the way up to forty two count on forty two blistering degrees here to dare i had to bail on the top code the gloves the hat the scarf and when i did i felt more minnesotan than i did a year ago and i liked it so as we hit the home stretch of this inaugural season of perry home companion whippersnipper addition i wanna thank you actual minnesotans for welcoming me into your community it means the world to me and i'm enjoying every second of it serious and while a matter alam added i i wanna i wanna thank also everyone out there in radio land for inviting us into your homes we couldn't do do without you well route wrap it up already i'll try to my agent len my manager jason my my my old dan i love you that will definitely happen to someone at the grammys tomorrow that exact thing you music's biggest night three mark who's performing who's gonna win who cares who's gonna pull a meryl streep is the real question what do you think maybe that is gonna be maybe maybe fiancee when you me you hurt yourself try not to hurt yourself and then you've got a me you latu yourself you'll only lyon to sell she could do it say could it could do it be adel adummim dumber be able to do hello how are you is so cool amine top cell phones saw army subtle first what about what about gaga what about lady gaga she's not nominated this year but she's performing with metallica no less than we wish if you lose closely you can hear the.

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