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"miami hotel" Discussed on The Friend Zone
"Mariah sample as dough young really at that age where our artists getting sampled out here my God. Crazy. I just heard him doing that that high partner backing all that and I was like damn and the buses sound good on it too. So you know checkout trippy Ray. How he looked but you know the song Jan.. Always say that to me like Damn can you look at him? I'm like what I'm just come on guys to listen to the music. So. Segment now, I would like to parlay onto Sarazen TV. Dustin, what's your? It. First of all this a action packed. We can TV starting this week off a little bit different with the Tam Ron. Hall. Show Ya. Know I loved him round. Haw. mazing talk show her season two premiere was this. Monday and she opened with Andrew. Gillum. I Taylor interview ever since the scandal happening in the Miami Hotel Room where he was found in a very compromising position during this interview with him and his wife Rj Gillam who said by cy he informed Kamron Hall. The rest of the world that he actually identifies as bisexual man that this is something that his wife has known for many many years and that's their reality is existence. So it really opened up the floor to a much larger conversation about bisexuality and How prevalent it may or may not be in relationships just a great conversation but you know Andrew Gillum was a democratic hopeful for governor of the State of Florida. He made it very close and You know it just seeing a black man who had made such progress in the political arena Kinda. Have their fall from grace. It was nice. It felt good to see him then come and do this interview. You know months later with his wife by his side and Kinda face all this shit head on. So if you get a chance to watch that Also. For sure. Yeah there's a death. There's a a twenty, seven, twenty, eight minutes after. So as well. We're Tam ran has a a sex expert and relationship expert come and join her as well as a virtual audience who has lots of questions that they ask as well. It's just a great conversation. So shot Tamraz he's going to have some really special shows I'm in the second season of hers. So keep an eye on that Rows size of Potomac. Was Great. I really don't know where to begin or where to him but I just know that we're building up towards the Bra where it all next week, which is physical altercation took place between Monique and candidates everybody's picking the side. You know I've been very clear about where I'm at with this you know and that's just what it is. So Potomac has been good and got drunk this week doing firebaugh shots was funny gave the comic relief's that we know and love for for Monique's bird getting on everybody everybody she has but African parrot named to child keeps running away but knows how to say his name now. So that's just It's something different something different to see What I also want to talk about is the next season of their housewives of Atlanta, they are adding two new cast members. One of whom is drew soaring I've seen her she's an actress. Play. T BUYS IN TLC Much other stuff. Yes. So she's one of the new housewives and in there is a woman named the Toya Ali who is a youtube? Time ever. So, it's so funny. You say that because I've heard our name tossed around for about the past two years as a potential cast member on the show. And I do know they see film some last season. But for some reason, they didn't add to the cast but this season I heard she showing up and showing out so I was like let me dig into her background a little bit and just kind of get to know her before we meet her on the cameras saw started watching her Youtube Channel Beautiful Fam- beautiful children. She is absolutely adorable. I love her energy I. Love Her spirit. Loved everything about her and so I'm so excited for the. Toyota. To be on the real housewives next season. Yes. I was very impressed by. You very impressed by her friend A fun time. You know like that's the best way to describe it. She's funny high energy. I don't necessarily know what she's GonNa Bring to that show like I'm so curious. If they're you know people always blame like the editing or if they're gonNA try to fit her into specific character I, just want to see how this is GonNa play out because she honestly is just. A way of sunshine so. She's Super Fund. So I'm curious to see how this is GonNa Pan out for her what an interesting career choice I'm like girl. I it I just after watching her youtube channel just to kind of familiarize myself with her name or before the season airs. I have to say like I'm intrigued and I WANNA see her mingle with the cast. I do know that she has become good friends with CRT was France the candy bars, and now that she's joined the cast I know she's become really good friends with Kenya more. And so I just think this is GonNa be interesting. I WANNA see how this plays out. It brings in a new market. You know brand new market, fresh face, young youthful energy and. This is. This is the Internet market that's getting broadened. So I'm super curious how that works. I to Fran curious as to how this is GonNa work. So looks like you'll be watching this season my baby because. Here. So that's it. It's been a lot of other stuff on TV this week but that's really all I want to talk about Oh one more thing ghost powerbook to go snow if you.
Andrew Gillum says he identifies as bisexual in TV interview with Tamron Hall
"Politician Andrew Gillum making news today, six months after entering rehab and his first televised interview since it was found in a Miami hotel room with a male escort, who was suspected of overdosing on crystal math. Gillam was speaking with my friend Tamron Hall on her show this morning and to be very honest with you when you didn't ask the question. You put it out. There is whether or not identify as gay and the answer is I don't identify as gay, but I do identify as bisexual. And that is something that I have never shared publicly before. The 41 year old father of three, also denied using math and says he had gotten too drunk at a wedding. Earlier in the day. Days later, he announced that he was going into rehab for depression, which he says led to alcohol abuse. Gillom called it a wake up call, having witnessed his own dad suffer from alcoholism.
"miami hotel" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Are forecast hot, humid to start the day except in about a 30% chance of showers and Isa going with low nineties and over the weekend more of the same, But the chance of showers goes up to about 50% both the sanity and Sunday That's half our businesses, Jeff. Good morning, Jimmy and happy Friday. Stocks ended mixed yesterday, The Dow gained half a percent and the S and P. 500 rose 2/10 percent. Good for another record close, the NASDAQ fell a third of a percent. The blue chips got a boost, too. Shares of WalMart rose 4.5% and Microsoft shares closed 2.5% higher. The company's teamed up and then offered to buy TIC Tac from its Chinese parent. Setting up a bidding war with Oracle's sources say a deal for the popular video sharing APP. Could come within a week. Government report on personal incomes and consumer spending will be out before the markets open this morning. Economists think spending continued to rise in July as it did in May in June. University of Michigan releases its August reading on consumer sentiment after the start of trading, and Dell and HP benefited from strong demand for personal computers. Quarterly revenue from Del Consumer devices was up 18% from a year earlier. H P reports a chipped 18 million PCs in the latest quarter. That was a company record. Jimmy back to you. All right, thanks very much for the 17 year old suspect in the fatal shootings of two people during protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin. I'm sorry. Oh, where we got Brandon second, But let me just finish this thought earlier this week. It wounded one. Do you have a third of is facing Mohr? Homicide charges kind of Rittenhouse. Has been charged with first degree international homicide since his arrest on Wednesday, the day after the shooting. Apparently in a video of the captured some of renounces carrying an automatic rifle and could be heard saying, quote. I just killed somebody not good. Now we've got a show tomorrow. Yeah, it's easy to think that go show. But one trail are hosting producers Brandon Bass, and she's got a look at what's coming up to our door to Brenda. Good Mornin While you've been talking about the restaurant, reopening on Mondays and We can take advantage of the great programs provided by the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau and help the restaurant by going to you know, there's Miami Spice. It's Miami SpA in Miami Hotel month. And there's also some great great deals on the side. If you go to Miami and beaches dot com for boating and sailing and fishing, snorkeling, diving. I mean, there's there's all kinds of of deals and programs that they provide and and showcase on their website and my main beaches dot com. And also the Virginia key.
Ex-Gov. Candidate Andrew Gillum in Miami Beach Hotel Room Where Drugs Found
"Ran for governor and is a current CNN contributor but enter Gillam was found in quite a situation by police early Friday morning here CBS news correspondent Matt to paper Andrew Gillen the former Tallahassee mayor who ran for Florida governor in twenty eighteen was found in a Miami hotel room with two other men and what police say are suspected bags of meth one of the men was suspected of overdosed on drugs and is reportedly a gay escort police say when they got to the room Gillam was unable to answer any questions during his inebriated state responding officers say they found three small clear bags suspected of containing crystal methamphetamine in the hotel room Gillam released a statement denying any allegations that he use drugs the married father of three was not taken into custody and says he will spend the next few weeks with his family
"miami hotel" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast
"Faster than you have to. But when you're twenty four who gives a crap run around you make plays and you throw the ball one hundred miles an hour down the field and next thing you know. tyreek Hill is receiving upon or or something like that. And the next thing. You know it's a touchdown so that's why I think he should have another game here. I I I think the speed of the chiefs on the outside versus that the quarterback situation with Richard Sherman and whoever they decided to start on the other side is a big big advantage for Kansas City. I'm with you boomer. I'm going with the chiefs. Hey before we let you go every year here. We tunnel how many years it's been talked to you Super Bowl Week and we talked about. You know all the distractions and you had some real life experience with a pre-game distractions at the Super Bowl. I believe you're in Miami correct. We were in Miami Hotel in the same neighborhood you. Where would you play the superbowl level? Twenty three We played it. It was pro player stadium back then. It's now hard rock stadium And it was a brand new stadium that year. And it's a beautiful stadium The night before four We moved our hotel from what was supposed to be the team hotel to a clandestine hotel. NER about five hundred fans waiting for us when we got there but the sad part about it is my teammates. Daily Wilson who had been a three time drug loser and offender in the NFL and had been suspended. I believe three times couldn't couldn't help himself and got into some trouble with drugs at boyd cocaine the night before the game. And we're getting ready to have the our last meeting the night before and Sam Wyche Schorr coach who just passed away unfortunately. want to go find Stanley and found him in his room and drug induced haze and Sam took it upon himself to basically basically tell Stanley. You know you can't play you know you've been you've been warned over and over and over again and Staling was a huge part of our team on offense especially Arthur Arthur down shortage shortage back a short yardage back and he also was a great special teams player and that Night Sam decided. You're out now. I don't know how many many coaches would have done. What Sam did I think Sam could always put his head down on the pillow thinking he did the right thing because of the story ever got out that he found him in the in that condition and let them play the next day? I think Sam would have a hard time living rest of his life so it may have cost us in in some regard but we overcame that and our defense played amazingly mazing Louis and we lost at the end to the Great Joe Montana and it ruined ruined your MVP season. Yeah Yeah and it was tough it was a really difficult time for all of us and But you know I still remember fondly that year because the year before we were four and eleven in the strike season and that was our best team. I believe that we had in Cincinnati and the next year we came back and ended up with a fourteen and five record. And you look back on on those days as I do at least extremely fondly and not all all of us could get to nine super bowls in six salvo. You can only get the one because we play for those forgotten Franchises Bermuda Triangle Patriots. Did you think were you like Marino thought after that loss you're going to go back again and again it was just we all. Do we all think that way. Because we're we're programmed that away as athletes Jerry. You know we we go to training camp and we think man. This is the year this is this is the year and never forget walking off of the The AFC championship kinship. Game when we beat the bills that was the first they're five consecutive. AFC Championship Games. They ended up winning The last four but we beat them in that first one in nineteen eighty nine so I think it was January. Eighty nine and I've realization that I was going to the Super Bowl. I'm sure my teammates had the same realization for themselves was just overwhelming. I mean I sat in a I just thought of my dad. I thought of everything that he had been through. He's a World War Two vet. I lost my mom when I was seven to cancer. He raise three children by himself. There was no public subsidies. There was nothing there. Were no caretakers. Nothing like that. It was just basically ad hoc and this is what a world in order to that he just adjusted to the realities of life and brought his son all the way to the freaking super bowl and that's all I could think about After we had one that AFC championship camping trip game. And I cried just thinking about how proud my dad must be and of course I saw him after that and I just gave him the biggest hug and kiss I could possibly ever give of anybody and thanked him for his sacrifice to me our family and of course you know what he did as a World War Two vet well. I'm ready to cry now. Jesus was he in the stands at the Super Bowl. I mean he's just. It was an amazing human being Jerry you know and I always say to people and I think most athletes athletes feel this way when they have parents in their life that means something to them whether it be their mom or their dad or both for that matter depending on your family dynamic you know for me it was. My Dad was my dad who sacrificed so much for so many and really. I don't know what he ever got out of life other than you know his son in becoming a pro football quarterback that was one of the most unlikely stories I think at anybody's world but it was our family story and it was a great story. It was something to cherish. And that's why I tell all these young players that we get a chance to interview Super Bowl Week when it's your turn. Don't forget the smell. Stop Stop and take in everything that you've gone through in your life to get where you are and thank the people that got you there. Because without them this dream dream would have never happened. We used to say someone's going to get in trouble every year. The Super Bowl is going to be another Eugene Robinson. I don't know if it's in Miami so that's likely I don't know who it's going to B- But I know it's not going to be you you. You've been there too often. I go to bed early at the problem getting too old Jerry but I will say in this for all the cell phones and social media and everything I think these fires are so aware of it now and they have been made so aware of it that nobody's going to screw up like Stanley now. What nobody ever again? Well I'll let you go. I'll let you go enjoy yourself. Go down to pull. Don't forget the sunscreen. I appreciate it my friend. I miss you too. I've actually threw cherry man. What's your all the past? Thanks for having me on. Thanks Bud bloomer size and CBS f. a. n. and everything else He he is he is good. Man is good at this good at the commentating and telling stories and they say Tony Romo Culinary Tony Romo. It might leave and who could be. Who could fill in there? He could boomer boomer has done everything I feel like in. Yeah he really is. I mean if he stepped into the booth with Jim Nance he'd be great. Yeah didn't give up Westwood. He was doing radio. Play by play did Monday night. Football L. Michael's hated him. Yep Yep it didn't get along I like. I like both guys in their jobs. I don't know Al Michaels and I love boomer. But they didn't get along but he's he's like kind of the star of the CBS show. He's got a great kick going. He does Monday to Used to Monday nights on the radio like you said you would like take a private jet back to be back on the radio in the morning. I think that was a little bit. You gotta give guys like like Cra- I mean you know the morning routine getting up at what the three thirty four o'clock in the morning and having to do flood over the lips I don't think he sleeps. I'll give credit the guy's guys like Zolak Iraq and all that stuff. I mean. It doesn't get up that early. I know he's made well traffic coming from going into the city from where he was. But I digress. I mean you guys put in the hours and then doing mm crap on the weekends. Even though it's just the football season still G. Twenty gigs button. Where things good and he knows he thinks should stay but he knows he's not staying? I think everybody everybody think by the end of this week when all the schmoozing and networking is done. There's going to be kind of a consensus that Brady's moving on and Bella check and the Patriots are moving on. Yeah Hey time will tell and most people won't be like you they'll be like me they'll say these things happen people move on and the Patriots you know transition into a new illicit. I get that it happens. I just don't want it to what's the big deal. Well thanks for joining US boomer size and thanks for listening everybody. Don't forget subscribe rate review. Tell your friends please. If you don't I'M GONNA have to get a real job. Thanks for listening. This is Gerry Callahan podcast..
How 'Broadway Joe' redefined the NFL
"Com. Hey history lovers. I'm Mike Rosen world with retro pod a show about the past rediscovered fifty years ago a few days before his team took the field as huge underdogs in the super bowl. New York jets quarterback Joe Nemeth known and then and forever as Broadway. Joe arrived at a Miami Hotel in a Turquoise Cadillac Nemeth known to sometimes show Eh Games. Still drunk from the previous evening's activities. was there to accept an award. The quarterback sat on the dais next to his companion for the evening. Mr Johnnie Walker wrote Mark Kriegel in his two thousand five biography when it was his turn to speak Namus said I'd like to personally thank all the single girls in New York for their contribution. This was pure Broadway Joe tipsy free willing amorous and so was the cockiness that emerged from his whiskey. Soft lips later the jets will win in Sunday and said `I garin teeth. I the colts win by a large score. Today I'm GonNa say Baltimore Colts by a score of thirty five to ten. I think New York to win forty one thirty one. Nemo's prediction wasn't just hockey. It was really New York over forty one called the his opponent. The the Baltimore Colts were seventeen point favorites nameless knees were beat up. The colts have the second most potent offense in football in the best defense. Some were predicting a blowout. They said that it couldn't be done. But it has been near. The Third Super Bowl could gets one sixteen to seven was named most valuable player. Performance wasn't all that stellar. He didn't even throw a touchdown. But in critical wrote the moment itself took Namus fame and pro football's popularity to different planet in fame's pecking checking order. Nemeth suddenly outrank Sinatra. The biographer wrote. Actually at that moment he outranked just about everybody who wasn't a beetle doc attendance around the NFL Sword Soda TV or ship particularly with the launch of Monday night football the following season. The League made sure that Nemeth in the jets played in that inaugural game he's going NBA. Joe Name. After George Sauer for the touchdown everyone wanted a piece of Nemeth especially reporters profiles of Nemeth for the nineteen seventies equivalent of Click Bait legendary columnist. Jimmy Breslin wrote a famous story about Nemeth For New York magazine entitled Nemeth All night long in it. He compared the quarterback hanging out at a bar to Babe Ruth hanging out at a bar. I saw ruth once when he came off the golf course and walked into the bar at the Old Bailey side course in queens president wrote in one shot. He swallowed the mixing Xing Glass Ice Chunks. And everything else. He slapped the mixing glass down instead. Give me another one of these things kid. The place went went nuts. It is the same thing when you stand at the bar with Joe Namath. Life went on like this for awhile not surprisingly Nemeth endured his fair share of busted relationships drunk driving charges bad business. The steals fading playing ability in then of course fading fame drinking was the biggest problem. Nemeth was an alcoholic alcoholic. He settled down in Nineteen eighty-four marrying Deborah. mays woman he met at a voice class with her insistence. Nemeth was able to quit drinking a few years later but after they divorced in two thousand Nemeth began heavily drinking again leading to one of the ugliest and most embarrassing moments of his life during a jets game in two thousand three Nemeth wearing his old number and obviously heavily intoxicated intoxicated was interviewed on the sideline by ESPN reporter. Suzy Kolber he answered one of her questions in a truly shocking way. What does it mean to you at now? Team is struggling kiss. I couldn't care less about the teams throttling Nemeth apologized and entered Rehab. Namus is seventy five years old. It's easier for him to look back now on that improbable win and understand and just how much it changed his life and sports forever. I think about it now. He recently told the New York Daily News. But at the time time I
"miami hotel" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast
"The O'Reilly update message of the day helping Donald Trump by attacking him the crowd in Dallas on Thursday apparently did not care about impeachment or Syria or the latest negative dispatch from CNN about thirty thousand folks showed up to Cheer Donald Trump while he gave a ninety minute speech at the American Airlines arena and what the crowd wanted was action the president loves these rallies you might say he lives for them the mass adulation makes it all worthwhile and as his adrenaline flows he gives the crowd voted wants vengeance verbal action Beta O'Rourke described as very dumb Joe Biden is corrupt the Kratzer influenced by loons Pocahontas Warren dozen stand a chance against him the Avenger has spoken now if you read my new book the United States trump you'll learn what donald trump knows very well negative emotion is a powerful weapon and nobody has a bigger arsenal than the president the press tries to match him in vitriol but cannot because Mr trump is let you good performers such a bombast soul that vicious guttersnipe S- in the media cannot compete as hard as they try and Donald Trump supporters feel that he is justified in lambasting his political opponents including the press because those entities not only in attack the president but also demeaned those who voted for him so the trump people want payback and their leader is more in happy to oblige now there is no question that the hatred towards Donald Trump has inoculated him from nonstop charges of incompetence and misbehavior the outrage does your has grown tiresome even as the president's unforced errors dismount the truth is many Americans don't care about the phone call to the president of Ukraine it's not important to that and certainly not an off to remove an elected president no matter what his intent same thing with Syria and North Korea and using his Miami Hotel for a summit committing what trump supporters do care about is the ability to protect themselves with firearms stopping massive illegal Immigra- Asian having options in the job market and defining America as a noble nation trump people generally despise socialism freeloaders politically correct virtue thumpers grievance peddlers an arrogant far left celebrities they leave they live in the best country on the planet and that Bernie Sanders Revolution is an insane vision that has more in common with Havana then Houston traditional folks are fed up with liberal zealots who deny Americans due process and think the government has a right to seize private property. Ariel Than Don rickles at a Hollywood award show the president has an applause line every thirty seconds who needs speechwriters when you have three weeks this is why endures real estate agents I trust dot com nope pinheads just great agents I wouldn't hesitate.
Trump awards huge G-7 contract to himself, then reverses decision
"Good morning and welcome to this week we come on the air this morning after a rare late night retreat from president trump bowing to fierce criticism and prospect of a new front in the fight over impeachment trump fired off a tweet shortly before ten PM announcing the next year's g seven summit would not be held as Miami hotel after all
"miami hotel" Discussed on Girls Gotta Eat
"Look, clearly, bullying and doing these crazy things because of her own issues. So I hate to just like totally bash her, but we still you know, were team bride. I don't think that we bash aren't I like that you said that I mean, I think everybody's going through stuff in life. And that's clearly why people are bullies is because they're going through shit of their own. But yeah, I'm just glad that like this girl's man control. And did the right thing at her out of there, and the one was once a wedding that rain, we're harangues beautiful. She's beautiful. Yeah. Forget when the wedding knows. But I was we're going we're gonna fishing Tober. And I have a Christian Tabar a Christian Jewish what I'm officiated. So wanted to update you guys on that. Because people I think people really that was crazy story. Yeah. And it all worked out for the best. So far this girl could still crashed the wedding, and I would die to watch that. I can't wait to see it. I think she will. I can't wait to see it how she's showing up in a straitjacket. What am I security guards from one of the venues? Does You're your be. girl's gotta eat themed wedding. But I do you wanna together like a whole security detail with all the guys the holiday cities that you've had crushes on your cog on like a full-blown men in black situation. I really evaluate security guards in many, many cities, Chicago and Tampa have been my favorite. Before you end the episode. I do want to give a shout out to where we stayed in Miami, the Shelbourne hotel. I've see they're a bunch of times. I think this is your second time saying there. Yes, it's on Collins. I left out each it's a fantastic hotel the restaurants. There are great pool. Beautiful. I love the rooms they've just been updated. And it's just it's a really really cool properties. So we stayed there for a couple of nights. I couldn't love it more. If you guys are ever Miami. Definitely check it out. Yeah. I've been there. I remember that guy the data Miami took me on a date there. I never forget hashtag never forgot though in the lobby. They have like a little disobey the lobby. Okay. That's funny thing. No, there's not a cafe its route and bone which is a restaurant that's down the street from my this apartment. So I went to visit this guy in Miami. And he's like, oh this new restaurant opened the shell born. And I'm going to bring you to it. I'm like awesome. I'm thinking Miami hotel restaurant going to get some seafood getting some tacos, whatever going to get anything. But southern comfort food restaurant. We already have in New York City. Yes. And that's what I'm saying. You brought me to a restaurant that is literally in my neighborhood in New York City. And I was like again ruin bone is wonderful. They have fried chicken like delicious, southern comfort food. But I was like this is hysterical. So we walked in. I was like, oh, yeah. I I went on a date right there in this hotel lobby restaurant is delicious. I thought we were going to check out of the hotel Asha was so triggered. I wasn't. Sure. Your because I miss him. I was triggered because like worst-ever right came to Miami. Brought me to a place it's in my neighborhood at southern fitted. No, thank you needless to say that relationship is no longer. Yeah. Obviously not. But yeah, I mean when we travel the time it's really important that we like where we stay in the shell wherein is a beautiful hotel. We'd a great experience. We did a fun photo shoot with the robes and the pizza concede on her Instagram. And then his hamper we stayed at the Tampa area waterside, which we just loved. I mean, it was so nice. I gotta say I love Marriott, so hard. You always know what you're getting giant room? It was kinda cloudy rainy out. So I just stayed in bed. The day. We got there and watch the bar special on Netflix. I was like this is my best life. I order room service. I was like I'm full reign Greenberg right now..
"miami hotel" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Markley and van camp show late nights. In south Florida will never be the same tonight from nine till midnight. I'm us talk. Fifty W F T. Al stay connected. Coming up after the five o'clock news with Ron herc-. We'll update the top stories of the day. There's a whole bunch of stuff going on with this shutdown infighting between Pelosi and Trump. She wanted to take a trip he wouldn't allow her to get on the plane all sorts of weird stuff happening and Chris Christie's coming out with a book actually at the end of the month. There are a couple of tidbits that have come out on that. We'll get to that. And my man Giuliani stepped in it last night with Chris Cuomo. Somebody's gotta sit down and have a talk with him. What happened Rhody come on? Man. I got to tap out of these conversations. Sometimes I'm surprised the president is still keeping them. Honestly. I think he's probably just too busy with all the other stuff going on. But I think well this one you're gonna probably notice we'll get to all that. This one. This one is a biggie. Rudy has been known to say certain things, he just some happen. I don't know what happened. He was. You know, really so good to my brother. My brother worked for a back. And when he was the mayor of New York during nine eleven they were they went through all of that together. And then he was considered to be like he was like. I was right up there with the greatest statesman of all time as far as New Yorkers go. Then something happened along the way. When the sixteen seventeen eighteen years pass catches up to you. Yeah. Things happen. I don't know. So we'll get to all that coming up. So couple local watching one local store here. And I don't know how feel about this. So there's a woman by the name of Marie Jean-Pierre. She was a dishwasher at the Conrad Miami hotel. As she informs. Her boss is that she was as a Christian. She could not work on Sundays. Like, you know. She probably worked with Ron. Really have been working at Chick-fil-A, y'all. Get Sunday's off right, right? But I guess reporters Starr stopped listening tour. So they were just like she kept on saying, hey, I can't work Sunny's were European. So someone set to a you know, you may want to file some sort of a discrimination lawsuit. So she is a mother of six and a jury found that the the Conrad Miami hotel the chain violated the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four discriminating against her religion. So how much money did he make as a as a dishwasher? What do you think that salary? Minimum wage. Probably right. If you're lucky maybe ten an hour. Right. So it's barely enough to scrape scrape together any guesses what the jury gave her. What do you think two hundred fifty thousand okay? Okay. This is punitive damages. What do you think? Says to fifty shooting for the moon. Man, I'm really bad against these. I'm gonna go with. Three hundred and fifty three fifty you're a little closer than run at three fifty. But really that closely actual number. The jury awarded Marie Jean Jean-Pierre twenty one point five million dollars. Because they made her work on Sunday. Yup. Oh, man. I have been doing this all wrong. We're actually there's there's more news. In addition. She was given thirty five grand in back wages and another five hundred thousand dollars for what we're emotional pain and mental anguish. What was the what was the well if she was working on some is what she wanted to be in church. What was the millions for if the punitive damages? They were like she went to them over and over and over again that I can work Sundays, and because she was a Christian woman. She said well better to I guess work to I don't want to lose this job. She couldn't she had six kids. Yeah. Right. So they were like all right. Well, we'll take care. We'll award you twenty one point five million. Good lord. Here's where it gets kinda goofy. Unfortunately, due to a cap on punitive damages awards in federal court. This woman who was sixty years old will not get the twenty one point five mill. What's the cap the cap, I guess is a half a mil she's only getting well. Yeah. But I don't believe in half a mil to someone who's a dishwasher. It's like hitting the Powerball she got another five hundred something for it. Right. Thirty five grand. Yeah. So the lawyers say she'll get about a half a male when this is all said and done but still so she gets a half a mil. A third goes to the lawyer. Pay taxes? All right back to washing dishes. Probably. What what would you what would you award or twenty one point five million? You're sitting there if you're her. Ooh. Knowing probably I have to wonder if these people in the jury knew that there's a cap, maybe they know that talk about the the cruelest takeaway, you you hear you. This is what you could have had you one. But you really lost. You really lost barsky radio on news talk. Eight fifty W.
"miami hotel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"On and Melinda. You just notice the speaker Nancy Pelosi's making comments right now about the shutdown and the situation regarding the president. Yeah, she's addressing the media and talking about the shutdown stalemate. So let's listen in on some of those comments down is undermining that, we're not paying people. Keep us safe TSA agents who stepped bombs from coming onto planes. The FBI agent who tracked down terrorists in our country, the DA Asian to stop the flow of drugs into our country. And the question officials patrols aboard. This is senseless shutdown inflicting great pain and every part of our country every day. The impact spread impact spread reaching the lives of hardworking Americans in every corner of the country. I have a hard time. Yes. This is probably happening. But why is it all on Trump? Why why are they not taking any credit for that? When they have blatantly said, we're not willing to compromise. Yeah. And if you're just joining us, the Washington Post has a lead story this morning on some of the insight as to policy strategy in particular, revoking the invitation to come to the capital and deliver that state of the union speech. It says number one she's trying it Oliver comments to belittle Trump to get under his skin to needle him to provoke him. And then in particular when it comes to revoking that invitation. It said she realized oh, I would be sitting there on national TV for an hour or hour and a half right behind him without any opportunity to respond even move is. He has the bully pulpit. The total focus of the country, and he could deliver his case directly to the people. I. I have to sit there and take it while he delivers his message one of the reporters at this conference asked her, you know, if the president comes back to you and says, I want to give the state of the union at the capital on the date. We agreed to what will you do. Then we'll you allow it to go forward. And she said, well, we'll cross that bridge when we come to it. And the president has said nothing so far about her letter nothing. No, we have not heard a response from him or even the White House for that matter summer suggesting that Mitch McConnell can invite the president to come to the Senate and deliver that speech if it comes to that. And I would imagine that that would be the route you would take instead of just saying, okay? Yeah. We'll do it at another date. Why would you not go? Okay. Well, you don't want me there. All this address the Senate right here were the numbers you can get in here and join us call us or Texas five one two eight three six zero five ninety a federal jury has awarded a Miami hotel dishwasher. Twenty one point five million dollars. The hotel fired her because she said my religious beliefs will not allow me to work on Sundays. So the jury said you're wrong hotel, and you owe her twenty one point five million dollars. I don't know how you get to that sum of money. Twenty one point five million seems like a lot a lot of questions. I think I would have did she express her religious beliefs and not working on Sunday to start with was that something that they agreed with. We'll hire you. We understand you won't work on Sundays. We won't make you work on Sundays. And then they came back and forced her to of so, yeah, they're in the wrong. She says in two thousand and six she told them I cannot work on Sundays because of my religious beliefs. I do specific religious work on Sundays and she was hired. And she says they were okay with that until two thousand nine then they started scheduling her on Sundays. She told them I'm going to have to leave my job. I cannot work on Sundays. She got a letter from her pastor and Houghton. Till then began accommodating her no scheduled work on Sundays. But then a few months later, they changed again and said you need to work Sundays. If you don't you are fired, and they fired her while they're wrong. I mean, they've had a discussion with her. They they sounded like they were going to give her the time off that she needs on Sundays to do her other work, and then they came back and kind of reneged on that. So they are definitely wrong. I don't know off to the tune of twenty one million dollars, but definitely wrong on their part. Well, I think part of the thinking of the jury is she is sixty she is a single mother of six well, washing dishes. I'm sure she made a very compelling witness in the case testifying against the Conrad Miami hotel, where she was working the hotels lawyer said we didn't know about her missionary work on Sundays in the lawyers, representing this dishwasher. Say Bravo Sierra. Yeah. You've got. No. You've got this letter from the pastor you've accommodated this before. Yeah. I think it's kind of hard to argue that they didn't know about it. In one way, you could see how in the initial job interview that the hotel might have been thinking. Oh, this this could be trouble. If we do not hire her. She might come back and say, it was because religious discrimination. But but there is a way to handle this. And it sounds like they did it the right way initially. Okay, we'll accommodate you. There are other people we can get to work on Sunday. And then they really messed up when they started going back against what they had said is the president. Well and doing that more than once to go once and maybe have been a mistake. Okay. Yeah. We we have new management that came through. We didn't realize the deal you had made. So yes. But then they gave it to her again. And then came back and say, yeah, no, you're still working on Sundays there. Definitely in the wrong here. I don't know twenty one million dollars. Well, it sounds as though management probably changed over the years at this hotel and recent group of managers made some really bad decision. Maybe they got stubborn. Maybe they got mean about it. They could have worked it out with this lady. Cut outs. Like she had been a good employee for many many years. Very hard working mother. Joe is on I thirty five. He has comments about Nancy Pelosi. The speaker revoking the invitation to the president for the state of the union speech. Joe welcome aboard. How are you today? Yes, sir. Thank you for taking my call. The state of the union is important. And I think that Pelosi just opened the door for Mr. Trump was Limbaugh. To hold a big rally at some stadium missing news for the last he getting up in the trade, and he won't be disrupted, and it is constitutional for him to hold up a union anywhere. He pleases. Yeah. He's constitutionally required to deliver a state of the union to the congress. Yes, you're right about that. Do you think? Yeah. But not any locate he can pick any notation it doesn't necessarily have to be down. Right. Well, it was it was traditionally just delivered in writing up until nineteen thirteen when Woodrow Wilson decided I'll deliver a speech in congress and that set up the modern tradition. There's no way that could be delivered in writing. Now. I don't know that anybody would trust. I think. Maybe you oughta rent the longhorns stadium and get everybody in there. Which which of the networks would agree to cover that live. Joe? Matters. Well, it does matter. I live, you know, FOX would cover it live. The other one would have to at least have mentioned because you can't have the president out doing his state of the union at some stadium and not mention it. Well, that's true too. I mean, you want any open a ditch everybody. But you know, he's at a point us. But that's fine. I think about it. How many people would show up for that? And I hope he does take Rush Limbaugh advice evening introduce he was. Volunteered to introduce. Melinda. Would do. She would love to be there. Wonderful opportunity minutes. Okay. Great job. Thanks. Thank you. Joe? All right. Think of the exposure. For who for you. I think I'll pass I'm good. I I like Austin. We're good Cossio Cortes would be treating about you nonce tweeting all night about you. You're up there on the stage. Well, I didn't have time to take off today to go. Learn how to tweet her back. So I'd I'd have to take classes it's too much involved. Okay. Mark Davis in bastrop. How are you this morning? Good morning guys. Pretty good. Pretty good. I agree with you. I think Pelosi's poking at Trump, you know, over the state of the union, but I think there's an Katie hill for that Pelosi's worried about I think she's worried about Cortez and those other radical house members acting the fool appear on the state of the union. And. You know at the president all to that speech. I told you screener, you know, Pelosi's an elderly woman trying to run a daycare at that new house. I mean, I mean, it's like, you know, pre pre kindergarten kids with a lot of new members. And have you noticed how normal it makes Trump sound well reading that could be part of her thinking, they certainly are aggressive, but Cossio Cortez shows no signs of backing off. She is feeling her oats. Just like he does. And he did tweet out. I don't know how long ago I just saw a little blip a second go that said he tweeted out the Democrats were becoming unhinged becoming. And also Pelosi has the problem with route gator, Ben Ginsberg would not be there at this state of the union, and she can push it off till February gator Ginsburg is is thank you. You're gonna come back to the court. I don't think she's ever coming back. But I think that also plays into the scheme with policy blows got problems more. All right. Dave. Thanks have a good one five one two eight three six zero five ninety Marc and Melinda. Ten forty three..
"miami hotel" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"This may seem somewhat obscure. But I I really thought this was a cool story. How often do you see the little person actually win something? Because most of the time, especially when you're dealing with corporate America, you end up with these very oppressive styles of leadership and management. And the little guy just gets crushed like a bug just smashed. A lot times. It's not even the big corporations. It's just businesses in general. They're just very insensitive to human need and sometimes. This crosses the line into illegality from a civil standpoint case in point the case of the hotel dishwasher. What was her problem? Well from the day Marie Jon Pierre started her dishwashing job at the Conrad Miami hotel. She told her bosses as a Christian. She would not work on Sundays. She couldn't do it. But her employer stopped listening. Now, it's going to cost them. This missionary mother of six was awarded. You ready for this twenty one point five million dollars on Tuesday. After a jury found the chain violated the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four discriminating against her religion. Isn't that amazing? In addition Pierre was given thirty five thousand dollars in back wages, another five hundred thousand for emotional pain and mental anguish after her firing. They fired her back in two thousand sixteen. And the grounds for dismissal unexcused absences. Now. Because of the cap on punitive damages in federal court, the sixty year old should receive about five hundred thousand dollars, according to her lawyer. Would you complain about five hundred thousand dollars in this circumstance? I don't think so take the money and run. Yeah. Now, I've got that song in my head. This is cool, nother example. Of the little person winning in the end good for her. I also told you and again, this is not a complaint. So I hope this is not seen in that spirit because some people see. A. Say a defensiveness is immediately brought out over this subject because this is thought to be a swipe against the president. What did I tell you on yesterday's program and the day before there would likely be an outpouring of support for the Clemson Tigers and opportunities to feed them. These guys are going to be fed quite richly for quite a while. Well, guess what? Now, we have more offers. You remember the fast the fast food that was served at the White House for the college football champion. Clemson tigers. A lot of people met this with mockery. The players are going to get a number of offers. They're already coming in chefs rappers, athletes and celebrities have all reached out with offers to buy the team dinner. You heard the offer for Michael Strahan. We played that on yesterday's program. Quavo from the hip. Hop trio migos. Reached out on Twitter saying the Tigers can visit his record company's headquarters anytime. To show them. How champs are supposed to be treated celebrity chef curry? Also, Golden State Warriors champs. Steph Curry's wife said she gladly feed the team a real feast and celebration at her international smoke barbecue joint. This is I think this is fun. Don't you guys think this is fun? How many how many people are going to step up now and say, hey, we wanna feed these guys some great food. I think this is absolutely cool. Let's come closer to home as you know. The government is still shut down. And we'll deal with the state of the union issue. A little bit later on. But I thought this was rather cool, the humane society of Charlotte. Offering all federal employees that have been impacted by the government shutdown who were need of dog or cat food access to their pet food Bank program. Those who like to participate or asked to go to the shelter. That's located twenty seven hundred to me avenue to complete a pet food Bank Catholic education to enroll. Let our team. No, your federal employees if we receive your application. We'll be able to expedite your application for the next pet food Bank pickup day, and they will do their best to expedite those applications received after that time. So if you are federal employees. Get that application in. I mean, this is at least one thing off your plate, no pun intended to worry about. I mean, I'm sure you're concerned. And as you should be preoccupied with taking care of the human beings. This is cool to have the opportunity to have the needs of your dogs and cats provided for as well. That's a good thing. And I guess I would take the opportunity to encourage you if you're here in the Charlotte area. And you have the means to do. So I'm sure they would appreciate contributions there. The humane society some contributions of dog and cat food is well. So this is awesome stuff. Let's go out to a call from Caroline in Stanfield. Good morning. Good morning. I'm gonna make a statement here. All the comments why can't things just stay taken as grateful instead of monetary reward in what respect you have a lobster and compared to a hamburger. So what's the difference? The reason behind it is still the same appreciation gratitude. For all of it. No matter have to come up. No matter what it is. By the way, I've not heard any of the players complain about the fast food, if you would've loved it in preference to the lobster, honest variety. A variety of restaurants there, and I fully get it. Caroline. Thank you very much for your call. And yes from my perspective. This is how I view it everything that we receive in terms of food needs to be received with thanksgiving. Unless you put onions on it. Then I will not be expressing thanksgiving. I'm just kidding. Much more s-. We continue the broadcast we will get into controversy, including the ongoing government shutdown. But I love it editor in the Washington Examiner about how to deal with this issue as it relates to the TSA where are the conservatives to jump on this bandwagon. Where are they.
"miami hotel" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"miami hotel" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"It's the overnight on CCA. Oh. You know, we have to do Susan. We have to do our football picks for the AFC NFC championship game Sunday. There's only two teams, right? Four games. Yeah. So we'll do that in just a little bit next hour, John and Martha king. Replay. Sorry about that. We have a great guest lineup. Just a great guest. I was so anxious. I'm gonna show you a picture the whole Susan. Me find it here. You're going to say. If you're going to visualize what a general looks like this is what a general looks like is it like that little cartoon MacArthur guy when we were little kids on Bugs Bunny? No, no. I mean, this is this is what Hollywood. I'm going to do this. I'm going to enlarge like, okay. That's what a Hollywood general would look like how certainly he looks like I dream of Jeannie. What is his name major Nelson on I dream of Jeannie. He looks like he's in charge doesn't he? Yes. Yeah. And I I was looking so forward to to have and that's the ninety eight year old, man. Yeah. That's us back in seventy eight years ago. Here are some of his decorations air force distinguished service medal legion of merit with oak leaf leaf cluster. Distinguished Flying Cross purple heart meritorious service medal air medal with four leaf clusters joint service commendation medal air force combination. Metal with openly cluster presidential citation. I mean the list, and then he's got other countries that decorated him as well. Maybe we can get him on. I will try, but I want to hear about this dishwasher, Jack. Oh, yes. We're going to get to that right now. Okay. Hold on. Let me click this back together. Okay. Here's the story. A jury awarded the might motel Miami hotel dishwasher. Twenty one point five million dollars, concluding let her employer failed to honor her religious beliefs by repeatedly scheduling her on Sundays and ultimately firing her. She might go to church Marie Jean Pierre a dishwasher, the Conrad. Miami sued Virginia based park hotels and resorts, formerly known as Hilton worldwide for violations of the Civil Rights Act nineteen sixty four and two thousand seventeen the jury found for peer and the award was filed on Tuesday with US district court in Miami. But Pierre a sixty year old mother of six children in Miami isn't likely to end up getting all that money. Instead, it'll be more in the range of five hundred thousand because peanut damages are capped in federal court. According to her lawyer. Pierre's Miami-based lawyer Mark Brummer said the jury was not aware of the cap they thought they had punish Hilton hotel with twenty one million. Damages. Whoops. She'd get up to three hundred thousand punitive damages. That's the limited in federal court. In addition to five hundred thousand dollars awarded for emotional distress and thirty five thousand in back wages from all that peer you get about five hundred thousand dollars after legal fees are factored in. Pierre is a member of the soldiers of Christ Church. A Catholic missionary group that helps the poor and said she needed Sunday's off from work. Brummer said you can't discriminate when someone as a religious belief citing the federal law you have to accommodate them. Brummer said Hilton argued in court that had never knew peer was a missionary or why she always wanted. Sunday's off there were letters in her personnel. File and her pastor went down there. According to her attorney. Hilton issued a statement about the verdict. It said we are very disappointed by the jury's verdict. And don't believe that it is supported by the facts of the case or the law. We intend to appeal and demonstrate that the Conrad Miami was and remains a welcoming place for all guests and employees. You know, a couple of things as I as I read this story. First of all, if you are a very very religious person. Are you going to accept a job where you would have to work Sundays and miss out on the church services? Susan would you do that? Would you take a job where you have to work Sundays of you're very very religious person? And you know, you're not going to be able to ten shirt services on Sunday. I don't think I would take a job. I work very very religious. Yeah. I would think if that's very important to me. I wouldn't work that I just I just didn't go back to Costco, because my weekends are so important to me because I need to get things done, and I have people in my life. I want to see, and you know, it's if things are important to you. This is like if you work if you took a job working nights getting up, we hours of the morning, right? If you let's say you have to get your children up and off to school. You're not gonna do a we our the morning if you don't have to right, right because you'd rather be they're getting our children off to school so choice in this nation to work a job because there's so many jobs out there, so many different types, and they have different start times, and they work different days. Right. That's right now. Having said all of that. I realize what you're saying. Here's enough. Here's a caveat. Did she say during the application process, I'm deeply religious individual? And so I cannot work Sundays because I want to when I need to go to church and the church activities on Sunday. And if they said, yeah, we can accommodate that. That would have a real strong varying in on the case. I would think so if they said, yes, we can accommodate it. But let students. Yes, if if they said, yes, we can accommodate that during the application process. But then they didn't they didn't. And then there's an issue. I hear that. Yeah. Should speak up immediately. Exactly. And also to then you also have the right to quit that job yet. You you certainly do. We've talked about the the and it hasn't happened at a while the cab drivers out at Minneapolis, Saint, Paul international. Wouldn't carry passengers at have alcoholic beverages in their luggage coming through? Right now, we're service animals. This is the stance. I took on that. If you don't want to carry service animals, if you don't want to carry alcohol in luggage of passengers don't take a job as a cabdriver. Because odds are that's going to happen. So if that offends you in any way, shape or form, you shouldn't be a cabdriver. And how do you know that someone's carrying alcohol? Jay ask. Yes. Yeah. Pardon me. Are you carrying underwear? Carrying a blow dryer. Hey, I don't want wanna eat toothpaste in my cab. I mean, I'm offended by toothpaste asked. I would you know, unless they're being blatant about it like, yeah. Carrying a booze bottle or being drunk or something or wouldn't let him in my cat for that. But yeah. I mean, but you know, you don't have to take a job because you may might be. Emotionally, harmed right in your job jobs are not a right. No, they're not obvious. Here's something you go out and pursue to get one. And you are given an opportunity to work at places, and I think people forget that sometimes you have the right to pursue happiness. You don't have a right to happiness. You have the right to pursue it. And you don't have a right that your employer has to make you happy. That's right. Yeah. It's nice when they do. So when you read about this and. Everybody, and they have a case like this. They want a jury trial because they know that their attorneys are going to pick out jurists who are going to be. They're going to be sensitive to your case. Because they love the stick it to the man. Right. Yup. So the man stick it to the man. All right here are the football picks. I know you are prepared now many use my own logic. Okay. You're going to go with the mascot. The first is I don't know which was first but on our list. I think it's the the. The chiefs. No the saints the saints in the Rams, and I believe they're playing in New Orleans. And so I'm going with the saints. I've been impressed with them this year. But I've been impressed with the Rams also, but they're playing in New Orleans. So I'm going with the saints. So Susan can Aram Beata Saint I think is so godly that nothing can be a Saint. It'd be a devil. Shovel sometimes can overpower a Saint maybe it's a devilish random possessory. Look at Rams. You know, you think of the what Lucifer looks like with his big issue L ram horn. Yeah. Now if with that logic in there. Well, well, well, well because this ram could very well be Lucifer. You know, I'm just gonna stay with the basics ram goat. It's big old boat. Understated. Saints are gonna win. We both take the saints. And then we have the patriots taking on the chiefs. I think that game is in Kansas City. I believe well boy, they're play thank people. They're both one's a patriot. One's a head honcho. Okay. Well. And they have to go chiefs on that because they are in charge large and in charge chiefs. Yeah. Versus patriots. It's just you know, some of the guys who hang out here. Yeah. When somebody comes the British are coming in the British upon me, and they're shutting out they grabbed their Flint lock and they're ready at a minute's notice. And they're not leaders. They're not thinker. I'm. I'm going with the Kansas City Chiefs as well. In memory of Hank Schram, who was the coach that was their their coach when they beat the Vikings and the Super Bowl in one thousand nine hundred seventy. And Susan it took me. It took me decades. To finally admit. Thanks DRAM out coach, bud grant. And I love bud grant. I admire and respect him to this day. I just I just couldn't I just couldn't look at it and say, well, maybe coach grant was outcoached because I think he was because that Vikings defense was so good and Hank Schram just neutralize that pass rush. And that great the purple people eaters at great defensive unit. He he just you know, they didn't have time to to get to Lenny Dawson the quarterback. He just flipped the ball out quick sideline passes and just eliminated that threat. So we both take the saints. We both picked the chiefs. How about that? So that means we can't be wrong. Right. I'm hoping. What else do we have on the docket here? Let's see, oh, we can talk about this. Maybe tomorrow night. I saw this story. Headline majority support. Casio Cortez's proposal to raise top marginal tax rate to seventy percent. Okay. Saturday again in layman's terms who. Freshman congresswoman. Yeah. Okay. Zero Cortes she's proposing to raise the top marginal tax rate to seventy percent. Being the top marginal tax. On the wealthy percent of your income would be taxed. Yeah. That's crazy town. It is crazy. I would leave the country. Yeah. She probably doesn't. She apparently doesn't understand what John F Kennedy. Did the first thing he did when he became president. He reduced the tax rate on the wealthy goes here. Paying in the ninety percentile range part them all I'm not a history buff. I did not know that crazy. Just absolutely crazy. And he said we're gonna we're gonna we're gonna lower that immediately. That was first thing he did as president. And now she wants to go back in the same direction and punish those who succeed. And that's not seventy percent is nuts. Can you imagine the government taking seventy percent of your income? Thirty five percent is nuts that isn't it? But I I will I'm fine with it. Because we do need roads, we do need safety security. You know, all that stuff..
"miami hotel" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Care very the first thing that comes through for us right away is I smell like smell a bouquet of flowers and the flowers, actually, colors. Come across as white daisies yellow I. Don't even know what they are they. Have daisy looking pedals on them they're. Not like a lily or. Anything. Just a very happy looking okay the way it smells and then this little white, creamy looking dog come through well and so I'm not sure if this is a living or passed over animal because dogs Pets will, come through kind of on the same channels they don't really it's difficult sometimes to discern Because of just with animals are animals. But it looks like cash it longer white-haired probably a. Lapdog but it's. Smaller and to right away Okay I I used, to have a dog when I was a, kid but he was black so I don't know if he's, if he's wearing a white robe maybe No no no it would definitely if it. Was black it would definitely come through darker this is a a white longer-haired lapdog dark black eyes the nose in, the eyes are pretty much all I can. See. And, so this animal comes through with the bouquet and it's got, like an eastbound sound. At the end of it like Tillie or Molly or something like, that But like. An eastbound at the end of it that wants me to acknowledge. That and then you also one thing that I am being told there's a when somebody passes over and comes through, they will show up like on a field And you are people when I'm reading people they, will come in with the fence in, the field to their left hand side you are walking in the fields which is strange but you. Are so this tells. Me that either, you are communicating with someone who's passed. Over who feels male who I'm assuming this would be like father figure either you're communicating with him or having dreams about him or at some point as, well let, me double that so that's one but then to what, it looks like they're trying to say that some point you would have had some kind of a reconnection. With spirit, through either an illness or maybe something as a child an accident but something where. You would have reconnected somehow with spirit which would make you. A little more sensitive than just anybody who is, trying to hone a spiritual gift it feels And it's. Funny too because I'm. Reading you like, my like the one thing I'm being. Told to acknowledge for you is like heart health and so I'm not sure if you having ID or palpitations or anything that occur but somebody is trying, to get, me to convey this to you like heart health is, very important for you an and like fifth civilization they want me to talk about that hell petition kind. Of thing And So I've had a little bit of that going. On so in other, words I. Should I should talk to my. Doctor Well it's it's possible, when, I read for people when it comes to house everything is usually precautionary. So, if you're getting a. Message that yeah maybe you should, go get that checked out because I'm not a doctor however I'm what I'm, feeling a lot of times can be there's a difference between actual like your your endanger of something with your heart but also it it might be caused by little, bit of anxiety is too because I'm, starting to get, a bit of shake when I'm when I'm reading for you your energy, kind of raises, my. Observation so. You know, going. In and just getting a test, to make sure everything is good and you're okay circulations all. Right your heart's okay there's nothing ever wrong, with that but it, may just be that you are also tra- sensitive. So keeping your mind, on that. As well that blocking out at Obviously we walked it's on the other side, of the fence at some point in this lifetime so mean you mean, what spirit what do. You mean yes yes so you've connected, somehow, either as a child did you like I hate asking questions so basically. Think, back to when you. Would have seen like a grandfather, or somebody who's passed over and seeing them around you what is the connection, was there ever an episode where you were ill or that you ended up in you don't have to answer the question but you have to think back and and, consider what you've been through with your, health and situations, and figure out why you would be more sensitive than the average Joe, okay yeah I, do. Think I. Am we're, sensitive. And sometimes I I hear and, it's not a voice that I just hear an answer and. It helps me communicate with people and then, I'll just repeat what Admit that is it that's exactly it that is like where you. Guys. And. Everybody, come through and when you. Listen to. That and when, you trust it you can you can really ace a conversation what are you know I I to pass a. Chemistry test because of that so That's just a whatever that's a long story but anyway trust it and, listen to. It and it'll sharpen and home. And you'll be able? To take off with that so hopefully that's good for. You Thank you Very interesting. Thank you About a dog we had before I really remembered the dog and just find out if. If it was white 'cause we had, a dog named Koby but I don't know if that was the one the? Dog you're. Talking. About no idea okay so you'll have to get on chat and. Let us know Mary thank you. For the phone call let's go to, Robert, in South Carolina Robert welcome to beyond reality radio Iran with, Rebecca foster, even gentlemen Miami hotel. Having. A. Good nut yeah great. Welcome to. The show. Thank you Hi how. Are. You. Don't answer that good. Thank you It's, just a habit? I ask okay. So. For you When, you're barefoot right now as you. Were. Walking you are I was I was kinda standing. Back watching you kind of, gingerly carefully walking and you're barefoot and as I look closer this looks like spikes that you're walking, on and It's like you've done this before cause I'm watching you contemplate each step even as you're balancing on a pin you are contemplating the next step that's safe to take so first off the fact. That you're barefoot this symbolizes to. Me that you're in control of everything. Right now that or or at least you feel like you're in, control control is just an, illusion it's everything is going our. Way so we feel great about the day so. What they're also saying is that whatever you do right now whatever you pursue the. Outcome we'll have your signature on it so you wanna be careful of what you do the details of things that good or bad. It will be it's yours to own they're also saying the way that. You're contemplating these steps is be careful where, you walk you wanna take. Care of. Details finite things the the little details of things don't just put a signature on. Something don't just approve something, because someone says it's it's trustee to trust them Look at all the details of things right now and. Then also consider what you've been through before if you're sitting there talking to someone and they say something or do something that you recognize that you're like wait a second I know that tone I've. Heard that line I you know. With you all of a sudden sit. Back and think this is something I've experienced before and this wasn't, good trust that because it's, what they're saying is you're going. To use your previous experience to really be able. To move forward either very hastily in a quick wise way or to find yourself. Going how did I do this again what what is happening how did I do this again also one more thing before I go. There's someone from your past that you must leave in the past there. Is someone that is either calling already or, will be calling you soon Don't give us, another don't give us any. Thoughts or time or process is it'll be a waste of your time and and you may by. Focusing on this closed door that you may be focusing on you'll miss something that you are really longing to, find hope that. Makes sense free so. At least when it. Happens, you'll be, like this, is what she said I'm going to ignore this and so just a clue, as to what's going on so hopefully that will come to fruition manifest in your life thanks for the call Robert all right so we're gonna take a break the phone number's eight four four six eight seven seven..
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"miami hotel" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
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"North was an enemy and the cop threatens me of course i should they rob my money seized listen to me yankee voices we're going to put you in a in a host gow there is no money i said there is money and i'm not leaving it i get it because it's all i have well i don't know all i know is suddenly the major comes out of the back with the money's oh yeah right i had the wrong number here's the box and every dime was in there that's the measured in miami story night say well what's the big deal about this not a big deal it's just a story how many of you ever in a major the miami hotel it's a unique story no not a great story about a unique story i remember in those days you could get a breakfast on collins avenue for twenty nine cents would you believe it to eggs potatoes toast and i think got to pay extra for which for coffee it was like you know if you were poorer student it was a great place to go and it was all about you know having fun girls and boys in miami it's that simple and that's the story now let's go back to the really important stuff like the tax bill would orrin hatch and president trump let's listen to see were whose giving the next little speech we're going to try a very special guy and great friend of mine vice president mike pence it's next next score next thar exert uh this is not an arm of the government this is not an arm of the federal government that never has been and never will be this is the savage nation if owners eight five five four seven th the right to and let me remind you i wrote trump's war which got him elected i got him elected than i wrote trump's war i wrote it because i was instrumental in having him elected so don't tell me i don't know where i'm coming from and this.
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"Of extreme fire danger in much of southern california through tomorrow dad four more women have accused f recordings cofounder russell simmons of rape in bombshell stories published wednesday the latest allegations of sexual misconduct to rock the entertainment world the new allegations against sixty year old simmons poor recorded by the new york times and the los angeles times and the dates in which the alleged incidents took place range from 1988 two two thousand fourteen the two thousand fourteen allegation concerns of encounter between simmons and krisztina more than twenty six who told the new york times simmons brought her and a friend to his miami hotel room and the pretext of giving them directions to a bar morris said simmons started a bath and pushed her up against a column in the room she said she quote felt assaulted with his hands on her body she added that she and her friend quickly left and simmons told the times through attorney brad rose that he recalled meeting more in her friend but his lawyer said that hem starting the bath was a quote signal to ms moore and her friend to leave the hotel rome and music journalist tony sally who said she briefly david simmons told the newspaper he raped her when she was twenty eight in the fall of 1988 a few months after they stop seen each other romantically sally alleged that simmons invited her to his manhattan apartment on the premise that he was hosting a party for his then girlfriend but nobody else was there when she arrived she said simmons quotes physically attacked her and she fought back but she claimed simmons raped her simmons told the times through his lawyer that he dated sally but denied having any nonconsensual sex with her andrew dickson a former executive at deaf jamri according told the times that when she was 24 in 1995 simmons sexually harassed her repeatedly including regularly exposing himself to her and later that year she said he raped her in his apartment she quit the company's soon afterwards and simmons did admit to the times.
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"Of extreme fire danger in much of southern california through tomorrow and four more women have accused f jam recordings cofounder russell simmons of rape in bombshell stories published wednesday the latest allegations of sexual misconduct to rock the entertainment world the new allegations against sixty year old simmons poor reported by the new york times and the los angeles times and the dates in which the alleged incidents took place range from 1988 two two thousand fourteen the two thousand fourteen allegation concerns of encounter between simmons and chris gino more than twenty six who told the new york times simmons brought her and a friend to his miami hotel room in the pretext of giving them directions to a bar moore said simone started a bath and pushed drew up against a column in the room she said she quote fell assaulted with his hands on her body she added that she and her friend quickly left and simmons told the times through attorney brad rose that he recalled meeting more in her friend but his lawyer said that hem starting the bath was a quote signal to ms moore and her friend to leave the hotel rome and music journalists tony sally who said she briefly david simmons told the newspaper he raped her when she was twenty eight in the fall of 1988 a few months after they stop seen each other romantically sally alleged that simmons invited her to his manhattan apartment on the premise that he was hosting a party for his then girlfriend but nobody else was there when she arrived she said simmons quotes physically attacked her and she fought back but she claims simmons raped her simmons told the times through his lawyer that he dated sally but denied having any nonconsensual sex with her andrew dickson a former executive at definitely i'm rick cordiant's told the times that when she was twenty four in 1995 simmons sexually harassed her repeatedly including regularly exposing himself to her and later that year she said he raped her in his apartment she quit the company's soon afterwards and simmons did admit to the times said he engaged in quotes inappropriate conduct with dixon during her tenure at the company but his lawyer said he quote emphatically states that he did not have sex with her and another woman performer peter baker told the new york times that when simmons was her manager in the.