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Mike and James Golden, AKA Bo Snerdley, Reminisce About Their Early Days Working With Rush Limbaugh

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:21 min | 1 hr ago

Mike and James Golden, AKA Bo Snerdley, Reminisce About Their Early Days Working With Rush Limbaugh

"We'll have moments that we relish professionally, personally, one of the most exciting days of my life was the day I was hired at what was at that time the biggest talk station in America, WABC radio. It was quite a journey from Ohio to South Carolina to Albany New York to New York City. And at ABC, I got to work down the hall from a guy named Rush Limbaugh, who is still missed and will be missed for forever. Taking way too young, fighting valiantly through cancer. And lost that battle. His beloved Beau snorkeling is become a great voice in his own right. Always has had a very prominent role in the whole Rush Limbaugh universe. Talk radio producer screener and host worked for 30 years with rush. He's got a podcast. He's a host now on WABC radio still in New York. He's got a new book coming out next month called rush on the radio, a tribute from his sidekick for 30 years. And it's with great joy that we welcome the great James golden AKA boast nerdly back to the Mike Gallagher show. Have you been my friend? Mike, you know what? I'm choking up listening to you because you just took me back on like two thirds of my life. I remember the day that you came to WABC. I remember the first day I saw you there with your white shirt and your tie and it's like, wow, you were so enthused and you were so good. So when you get a job where you get to work down the hall from the wizard. It's like getting a job in Oz and the wizard does not let you down. Rush was everything that you think he is and more and you are, too. I mean, and rush told me. He said you're going to love James and you were so kind to me and so decent and so smart and so funny and how could you not be? My gosh, you worked, shoulder to shoulder with a guy who has impacted this country for generations and you got to do it, James for three decades.

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No. 6 Michigan tops Northwestern 33-7; Michigan State next

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

No. 6 Michigan tops Northwestern 33-7; Michigan State next

"Six ranked Michigan uses a big second half to knock out northwestern thirty three to seven after a number of missed opportunities on the Wolverines went into the half of the ten seven lead Michigan got its ground game going in the third quarter outscoring northwestern twenty three to nothing and the second half sophomore tailback Blake Corum led the charge running for a hundred nineteen yards and two touchdowns sometimes how to gain goes you know what we don't want to go that way but you know have time we came and fix some things and they came back after half in the you know showed up the Wolverines just miss rushing for three hundred yards for what would've been the fourth time this season next up for Michigan a top ten showdown in a clash of unbeatens as they traveled east Lansing to take on Michigan state that make up an Arbor Michigan

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Teacher Calls Parents 'Terrorists' in Viral TikTok Video

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | 3 d ago

Teacher Calls Parents 'Terrorists' in Viral TikTok Video

"People are crazy. Tracy found a video online a TikTok video. I guess this is a teacher singing about terrorist parents. Now how'd you like this nut job teaching your child? Here's your Austin auto. Taro is terrorist purple for parents are terrorist terrorists purple for parents. Well, I'm not good intentions. They all were missing forms. Now threatening violence, doctoring teachers has become the country still born leading with lots of things to say. And they will totally go for free if they don't get their way. Yeah, that's a teacher, apparently, calling parents terrorists who are bullying and Cushing, school board members if they don't get their way so they are terrorists. That's what Merrick Garland said, the attorney general is gonna stick the FBI on parents who show up at school board meetings. And it turns out Merrick Garland has an interesting family connection to the whole critical race theory debate. The reason a lot of parents are pushing back is because. One of the big reasons is critical race theory. Parents don't want their kids being taught that they're rotten to the core because they're white. Parents don't want their kids being taught that our country is corrupt and evil. And, you know, formed solely as an exercise to oppress black people. Parents don't want their kids taught by people like that nut. That kook. We got screwballs, teaching kids.

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Sheriff: Baldwin fired prop gun that killed cinematographer

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 d ago

Sheriff: Baldwin fired prop gun that killed cinematographer

"Authorities are investigating a deadly incident involving actor Alec Baldwin Alec Baldwin was making a movie in New Mexico when he fired a prop gun killing the cinematographer and wounding the director say authorities Alec Baldwin spokesman says this was an accident involving the miss buyer of a prop gun with blanks Alec Baldwin reportedly was seen crying outside the sheriff's office but he didn't say anything to reporters a Santa Fe county sheriff's spokesman says detectives are investigating no immediate charges were filed I'm ready to fall lady

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Human remains found in Florida confirmed to be Brian Laundrie

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 d ago

Human remains found in Florida confirmed to be Brian Laundrie

"Authorities say it was the body of van traveler Brian laundry that was located in the Florida nature preserve Wednesday the FBI says dental records were used to identify the remains found at a Florida wilderness park in Sarasota county twenty three year old Bryan Lantry had been named a person of interest in the disappearance of his fiancee Gabby potato during a cross country road trip her body was found in September in Wyoming after he returned home to Florida without her laundry was reported missing September fourteenth his remains a backpack and notebook were found in a swampy area that had been under water during earlier searches it's not clear how he died a coroner says Gabby potato died of strangulation several

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Eric Describes Favorite Part of His New Book 'Is Atheism Dead?'

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:52 sec | 3 d ago

Eric Describes Favorite Part of His New Book 'Is Atheism Dead?'

"Okay, what was your favorite part of the book to write and why? I think the last third, I mean, honestly, I know I'm a broken record, but I'm more excited about this book than I've ever been about any book because there's stuff in here that I think it's going to shock people. Like information that they're going to say where in the world have I been that I missed this. And that's how I felt when I discovered it. But the most fun part to write, the last third of the book. And I actually tell people, you may want to read the last third of the book first. Because these are essays on atheism where I take Hitchens and Dawkins in particular to task. Because they've gotten away with murder, they have gotten away with the murder of God. Whom you can't kill, but they don't know that. And those I think some of it is funny, some of it is entertaining. I mean, I really had some fun with it. So those chapters were the most fun to write. For

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 UK police charge 25-year-old man with lawmaker's murder

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 4 d ago

UK police charge 25-year-old man with lawmaker's murder

"A man has been charged with murder I'm preparing acts of terrorism in the stopping of British politician and lawmaker sedated they miss Holly Hobbie Ali H. twenty five I'm from north London has been charged with murder the charge was announced by police spokesman Matt cheek Ali is accused to stopping British politician Amos as he met his constituents at a chat tool the prosecutor in the case intends to submit that the matter had a terrorist connection because it but it's just an ideological motivations the death of a mess who had a forty year career in British politics some of my two than twenty fifteen has sought to Britain's politicians who pride themselves on being accessible to their constituents G. compound police authorities reassessing politicians security we've been working closely with parliaments and security team and with the home office to review existing arrangements for MP security I'm

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 Browns' Mayfield out with shoulder injury, Keenum starting

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 4 d ago

Browns' Mayfield out with shoulder injury, Keenum starting

"Their top quarterback under center this weekend but the Browns will be without theirs on Thursday Baker Mayfield will sit out Cleveland's game against the Broncos with a painful left shoulder injury Mayfield suffered the injury last month that continues to be bothered by it case Keenum will start on Thursday the Niners are optimistic Jimmy grapple complaint against the colts on Sunday night after missing the previous game his backup won't be Trey lance who sprained his left knee while filling in for Karabo I'm the ferry

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Mark Levin Remembers Studying Rush Limbaugh

Mark Levin

00:57 sec | 4 d ago

Mark Levin Remembers Studying Rush Limbaugh

"Rush from time to time would have me over This is many years ago Maybe the late 90s As he was doing his radio shows broadcasting And I'd be watching him do it And he would say you're studying me aren't you Mark I said yes I am sir And he would laugh He thought it was great while he was puffing on a cigar And something I always wanted to do even before I heard Russia knew rush or heard bob grant or new bob grant Or one of my favorites in Philadelphia in a local station Was Dominic Quinn in Philadelphia many many years ago Of course our buddy Tom right In Baltimore mister producer Tom marr we missed on Marvin miss all these guys Very very

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Joe Biden's America: Lower Your Expectations and Wait in a Breadline

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | 4 d ago

Joe Biden's America: Lower Your Expectations and Wait in a Breadline

"Washington Post has just published an article don't rant about short staff stores and supply chain woes. You should delight in the suffering. Get used to bread lines obviously. American consumers might have been spoiled, but generations of them have dealt with shortages of some kind. Now it's our turn. To wait in line. Tweets came up all across the weekend of young Democrat socialists who were saying, you don't understand, the type of community and camaraderie that was born out of bread lines. It was a beautiful thing. One of the great things that came out of the Soviet Union were bread lines. Zero sarcasm when they say this, by the way, zero. Tucker Carlson says that the American way of life is quickly declining. An intentionally so. But the rich the powerful well connected, they will be well fed. Joe Biden will not miss a meal. Mark milley will definitely not miss a meal. The people in charge, they'll be well fed. But for those of you that are going to try to feed your family, this Christmas season expect 20 to 50 to 70% price shock. Supply shocks. You see abundance covers a multitude of sins. There's only two explanations for what they're doing here. Either they want to break the back of the American economy to try to fit in the great reset as quickly as possible or number two, they're trying to break the back of the American economy to try to create some sort of a revolution. I'm not sure that's the one though. Because I don't people are getting so uneasy, people are getting so anxious about this, I don't think that the ruling class will be able to manage to successfully manage what's coming

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Lawyer: Items linked to Brian Laundrie found in Florida park

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 d ago

Lawyer: Items linked to Brian Laundrie found in Florida park

"There's word of developments in the search for Bryan laundry who was reported missing on September fourteenth he's a person of interest in the killing of his girlfriend Gabby potato laundry family attorney Stephen bird Lino told the AP that items believed to belong to Brian laundry were found in a Florida wilderness park as the search continues for clues in the slaying of Gabby potato news reports showed numerous law enforcement vehicles arriving at tents set up inside the woods laundries parents took part in the search with the FBI and police from north port Florida today it's been more than a month since laundry was reported missing brit Lino told the AP that after a brief search off the trail that brain frequented some articles belonging to him were found the Sarasota county medical examiner's office confirmed they've been summoned to the reserve it wouldn't comment further the Tampa F. B. I. says that an FBI evidence response team is processing the scene I'm Jennifer king

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6th Grade Ohio Teacher Caught Teaching Critical Race Theory

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 5 d ago

6th Grade Ohio Teacher Caught Teaching Critical Race Theory

"There's a site called myth informed prettier sight Here's a secretly recorded video taken in 6th grade in a classroom and Franklin Woods intermediate school Columbus Ohio And it shows critical race there had been taught after the superintendent said it was not being taught There is very few superintendents that I trust by the way Cut 15 go Some people might call it racist It's actually three categories If you've read the books you'll hear that there's three areas There's anti right There's antiracist which is in person who works to end racism And after this some of them is acne And that's what I was trying to be I was reading books I was folding rallies I was trying to be in that group Then there's the opposite of just someone who does racist to discriminate against people of a certain group and that's what then there's some metal group A middle group is what most people are Most people don't have people work in racism and those people don't work to be in the races group Some of people are in that little group of quality and assimilations Missing relations doesn't actively work to end it and it doesn't work to be in the loop as well So and if you read the Stanford book there's one for you not adults Might be a little heavy But then of course stand up for kids and Kwame He was part of the co author for the

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'You Will Be Assimilated' Author David Goldman on China's Contempt for the U.S.

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:44 min | 6 d ago

'You Will Be Assimilated' Author David Goldman on China's Contempt for the U.S.

"China is not an enemy. And I think that's important for people to clearly understand. China is a rising power, China has been a rising power since Deng Xiaoping in 79. And they are going to develop themselves in our developing themselves into a great power. That is not to say, however, that they are an enemy. They're not an enemy. They're just a great power. That's according to the chairman of the joint chiefs when he was speaking in his private capacity as chief of staff of the army. The NATO summit, maybe that explains a lot about Mark Billy. We'll discuss the realities of what China thinks they are to us and how they're eating our lunch with the man that we always rely upon to tell us about the geo strategic reality in Asia and in Beijing. He's the author of a fabulous work you must check out right now. It's you will be assimilated. China's plan to Sino form the world. David Goldman. Welcome to one on one. A sub gorka it is an honor and privilege to spend fine with you, sir. Thanks for the invitation. I just realized I'm looking at the cover of your book that the Chinese dragon has a pair of iPhone ear pods in. That's a very nice little touch there. I missed in the past. David, we'll talk about Millie. We'll talk about the truth of China Beijing. Xi Jinping and everything else. But first, I have to ask you. The imagery of these super cargo ships off the port of LA, the president of the United States saying, oh, no, don't worry about it. And then Jen Psaki saying, oh, that's a high class issue. People having the Christmas present. So that's, you know, the pipes don't worry about that. Let me ask you, let's think like the Chinese Communist Party for a moment. What does China think of the fact that America can't unload its cargo ships? The Chinese have contempt for us. They think they can take us. We just published an a four times an excerpt from a book by Chinese economist used to be the chief economist of the World Bank Chicago university PhD. Who says, look at history. Look at the United States versus England at the end of the 19th century. The English were lazy complacent and the United States come from behind, took them out and ate their lunch. That's exactly what we're going to do to the United States now. We've got the people. We've got the supply chains. We've got the technology. We've got the will to do it. America's lazy and feckless and their right for the

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Dan Bongino Tells Cumulus He'll Quit if It Enforces Vaccine Mandate

The Dan Bongino Show

02:40 min | Last week

Dan Bongino Tells Cumulus He'll Quit if It Enforces Vaccine Mandate

"You know I don't work for anyone I work with a lot of people to all to be working for anyone I've got a bad temper and I don't want to be working for anybody So I worked for myself and I choose to partner with So I partnered with cumulus you probably listening to me on a cumulus station now So cumulus for some stupid reason thought it would be a really good idea to do a vaccine mandate why they would do that I have no idea Don't know if they're trained medical professionals or what and I'm missing something But as a result of that there's been some reporting about some people who've had a separate from their jobs or moved into different positions because of it And I'm kind of done with that Yeah I'm not going to play along with that So out of respect for them I called them today and let them know my position But I'm not playing along with that Then I'll invite by the way any of those hosts who corner a article I read today and inside radio who've been let go because of it you're welcome to come on the show I'm reaching out to one of them right now in case any of you are under the mistaken belief that I wasn't paying attention to what was going on I don't advertise a lot of what I do on the air Because I don't need to I'm not trying to impress anyone But I assure you is anyone involved in this show knows I have been fighting this fight for a long time This is not new I believe these vaccine mandates are unethical I believe they're immoral I believe they don't take into account the science of natural natural immunity due to a prior infection I believe their broad based and don't take into account an individual circumstances of why they may or may not want to take a vaccine And they're antithetical to everything I believe in My company believes in I believe in myself my wife believes in and anyone associated with my company it would not be subjected to these same restrictions So I'll say again I'm not going to let this go Human is going to have to make a decision with me if they want to continue this partnership or they don't But I'm talking to you on their airwaves They don't have to let that happen And I wouldn't mind if they didn't Because it's really unfortunate that people with a lower profile than me who don't have 300 plus stations Have been you know summarily either shown the door or have been put in really untenable circumstances because they simply want to make a medical decision by themselves

Secret Joe Manchin ‘Agreement’ With Chuck Schumer Leaves Democrats Scrambling

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:51 min | Last week

Secret Joe Manchin ‘Agreement’ With Chuck Schumer Leaves Democrats Scrambling

"I was unaware of the mansion letter to Schumer, and you report that House Democrats were too. Would you tell us what that letter was and why I didn't know about it and White House Democrats are upset about it? Well, a couple. This has been out for a while actually political did break the letter story a long time ago. Joe Manchin and Chuck Schumer had a kind of secret agreement so to speak basically where Manchin said he would only spend the 1.5 trillion of the reconciliation bill. Here's what I would fake you. And I think you know this and I think a lot of people are beginning to realize it. A majority is only as strong as its weakest link, right? It's most conservative or most liberal member. And Joe Manchin is the linchpin for everything Democrats want. And so people can demonize him, which is fine. You're allowed to have a you're allowed to have one is allowed to have opinions about lawmakers. But anything they want to get done has to go through Joe Manchin and that's just something they need to become more and more comfortable with. So there is a trillion and a half dollar cap. It's called the mansion cap. Now I miss the letter, I missed the whole story. I knew that Joe Manchin has always been upset with the idea of three and a half trillion, but he voted to advance it. So I thought, so I missed the entire story. I read about it in punch bowl. Why did they not just from the beginning, deal with it? If Joel, if you got 50 votes and 50 against you, you've got to have match and mansion says a 1 trillion 5 and then cinema underneath that cap has her own demands as to every other Democrat in the Senate. They should have been I agree. I thought it was crazy for them to vote for three and a half $1 trillion budget. Not because it was three and a half trillion, but because they never were going to three and a half trillion. So I don't know why they got themselves all ends up for that. But the left wanted 6 trillion or 10 trillion. So, you know, that's kind of the reality they were facing. And now they have to deal with that. They have to deal with the fallout from that.

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Volunteers in the sky watch over migrant rescues by sea

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

Volunteers in the sky watch over migrant rescues by sea

"The German non governmental organization is monitoring migrant rescue operations from the yeah as authorities from nearby European countries have become increasingly reluctant to help twenty years on the twin engines and that crew members since nineteen of the microstates owned by NGOs see what's the apple creek document human rights violations committed against migrants at sea the team also relate to stress cases to nearby ships and authorities who have increasingly ignored that please nearly twenty three thousand people have died or gone missing in the Mediterranean trying to reach Europe since twenty fourteen according to the U. N.'s migration agency Phoenix Weiss head of C. which is ample enough rations is concerned that the apathy from neighboring European countries might turn into these just shifting all the competence to the Libyan actors who are not able to to search and rescue in general I'm Karen Thomas

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Aidan O'Connell, David Bell lead Purdue past No. 2 Iowa 24-7

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Aidan O'Connell, David Bell lead Purdue past No. 2 Iowa 24-7

"Eight no colonel threw for three hundred seventy five yards and accounted for three touchdowns as Purdue beat second ranked Iowa for the fourth time in their last five meetings twenty four seven David bell had a career best two hundred forty yards receiving it produced first victory over a top two teams since nineteen seventy four against second ranked Notre Dame I was just going out there trying to make plays and missed on finding a way to beat number six in the country so I knew that not only myself but the whole receiving corps led to come the one reason everyone again I was scored its fewest points at home since a thirteen seven loss to Nebraska in twenty twelve the law since the Hawkeyes twelve game winning streak Purdue intercepted Spencer teachers four times the most thrown in a game by Iowa in twelve years I'm the ferry

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 Cardinals coach Kingsbury, 2 others to miss Sunday vs Browns

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

Cardinals coach Kingsbury, 2 others to miss Sunday vs Browns

"Arizona coach Kliff Kingsbury will miss the cardinals game Sunday at Cleveland Kyler Murray in Baker Mayfield former teammates at the university of Oklahoma will face off with the five no Arizona Cardinals played the Cleveland Browns on Sunday but the cardinals be without coach Kliff Kingsbury quarterbacks coach Kim Turner or defensive tackle Zach Allen after they tested positive for code nineteen star linebacker Chandler Jones is also out he was put on the reserve Kobe ninety list on Tuesday Kingsbury who said that the team has been one hundred percent vaccinated for quite awhile did his usual Friday morning media availability at the team's practice facility several hours before the news came that he tested positive Arizona's defense coordinator Vance Joseph and assistant head coach and special teams coordinator Jeff Rodgers will split coaching responsibilities for Arizona I'm

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"miss right" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:24 min | 10 months ago

"miss right" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Back to our interview with Betty White, some breaking news this morning in the entertainment world. Wall of sound producer Phil Specter has died. He was taken to hospital last night and died there. The circumstances surrounding His death have not yet been revealed. But he has been in jail for 2003 murder. We'll have much more on the news coming up later on, but legendary music producer Phil Specter dead at the age of 81. We continue with our interview today celebrating the 99th birthday of Betty White. With an interview from our vaults from 2009. When Betty White was in studio and talking about the roles that she's had these very strong roles for women. It had to be very gratifying to be on that show also, because so often I hear actresses saying there aren't a lot of really great roles for women. And here are four spectacular rolls. Spectacularly written, strong, independent. Hilarious. Uh, it's just unbelievable. I cannot believe my luck that if this late date in my life that I'm still working, But there aren't that many good women's roles. But when they are good, they I think that's changing a little. I think that's balancing out a little more again now, but when they are good, Oh, they're so wonderful. Yeah, thank goodness so that there are. Jim is in Naperville and wants to say Hi. You're on WGN with Betty White. Thanks, Dean. Hi, Bette. Hi. Damn. How are you? Real good, real good. Hey, Betty. I wanted to say how much I enjoyed you on Boston Legal you mentioned earlier, David E. Kelley's influence. And you really brought a good twist to that program by introducing a new character, and every week we're able to follow her shenanigans that I just thought you were wonderful. Did you enjoy that role as much into the others? Yes, you saw me. You saw me commit murder? Yeah. Saw me go to trial and you saw me get away with it. I don't know how they have it, does them And you saw me Rob a convenience store twice at gunpoint and get away with it. And you watch me kidnapped my best friend out of her retirement home and get away with it. I don't know how David does there. It was great fun. I wish you could see the look on her face that she said that who? It was great. Fine. I appreciate the call Jim. Thank you. Let's go to Tokyo. Emily and Niles is next. You're on WGN. Good morning. Good morning, Miss Betty White. Thank you for being the person you are. Well, thank you for being a friend, Brianna. Just a pleasure to talk to you because I think we're the same age. I won't be a surprise 87, Are you that? No, No, no. I'm going to be 84. Well, See, I'm where you are way ahead of me, because what you do is just wonderful. Now don't need be acting. But the fact that you are helping Animals and I do the same thing. And I think that's what keeps us going. The fact that you wanna help Well, I am again I say so Lucky. My life is divided into two halves. Half of show business have half his animal well being and the two things I love the most. How can you ask for anything better than that, right? And most of all that we are able to do it. That's right. And get away with it. Thank you so much. I appreciate your And when you were on Regis, this show I was so proud of you. You were the best one there. Oh, no, that was password, and I have a special sentimental love for Password because I I married the man in the middle years ago. Allen Ludden, of course, Emily. Thank you so much. Thank you very much. Thank you, Miss Right, speaking of appearing on other shows you are on the Craig Ferguson show recently. Just before the Oscars. And first of all, I'm shocked that you're 87 years old. Because you look fantastic. That is not showbiz, blah, blah, blah talk. You look fantastic. Got to go to your Oculus. But But I'm appreciating the Craig Ferguson bit that you did even more now knowing that where the end of this segment that you didn't correct Ferguson wasn't your thing, something It's like I'm outta here, Bitch. Something like E do Craig about every 456 weeks. And he has He always introduces somebody. At one point he was going to his taxes on the air, encouraging people to do taxes. So he introduced this tax expert and of course it was me and I came out another time He was going to get his flu shot in to encroach on the air. And introduce this nurse. And of course I walked out. So this last time I was Ah, Girl Scout, which I should get a stunt yet. It was very funny. Those scenes are very funny. Is it possible for you to have favorite things that you've done, Betty and in your career, so I mean, I was I ask that once in a while, but I feel like I'm asking who is your favorite child to an actress? And it is that that's a perfect analogy because Which of your kids? Do you like best? It's a tough call between Golden girls and Mary Tyler Moore. I mean, how often do you get opportunities like that? Get writing like that, and then laterally to get David E. Kelley writing. I mean, you can't get that lucky in one career. So all the nice things that people have been saying this morning about me. I'm taking false credit for that. Because it Z material that I've been blessed with. That makes the game. Wait. You're way too modest on that. Let me just just get a couple of phone calls because they're jammed on the Sunday morning. Here's Wally in Chicago. Good morning. You're on WGN. Yes. Hi, buddy. Hi, Wally. How you I'm just fine. How are you? Just fine. Thank you. I just want to say Echo everybody else and say thanks for all the things you've done in your career, but I just want to let you know that I have had a major crush on you ever since life with Elizabeth..

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"miss right" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

06:35 min | 10 months ago

"miss right" Discussed on WDRC

"Every quest Shirt that said on my friends welcome so much. I'll put you what I'll do is I'm gonna put you on hold and I will send you a T shirt won t shirt that says none of my friends walk upright on its way to you. But listen carefully, Okay. And I mean everyone out there. I told my my Los Angeles artist I'm telling you My assistant. Julie has more than assistant. Julie is family to me. I mean, she's been with me forever. Who fulfills a lot of your orders out of my Arizona office. I Julie has Kobe 19. So the T shirts and the books a little bit maybe a little delay in getting them, But I promise you, you will get them right now. All our present thoughts are with Julie. She's doing a little bit better, but you know, it's It's always scary when you get that diagnosis itself. I know she's listening, Julie. We all have our prayers and our thoughts for you. So when I'm giving stuff away, especially the hugs and kisses, supplements are giving away the T shirts. They may take just a little bit longer. Hey, the phone number here, 8777258255. 8777 to 5 80 to 55. Hey, Joe, Welcome to the pet show. How you doing? Aren't very questions. Happy Hanukkah? Happy New Year I celebrate the mall job. I do. Why not? Right? There you go. You were talking about earlier. You were talking about a couple of things. Really? You're talking about people who don't pick up One caller said. People don't pick up. I think that was just so people don't just so people know what you said. These people know my Los Angeles show. There was a caller and I was talking about the fact that that some people that that we're having difficulty finding apartments, maybe a little bit easier now and he said to me while the reason it's difficult for them to find apartments department people with pets tend not to clean up after their dogs, and I kind of disputed with him a little bit. So what? You thought the money, Joe No, I agree. I think it's gotten to be pretty good. Even living in New York. I saw a difference in the last few years. People really got you had to pick it up. It's absolutely the right thing I think people are working on th is about taking care of their pets and gentle. That's a good thing You're asking right on then. Talk. I have had three dogs. One passed away If you a few months ago, he was 15 by two now, 14 and 16. And I love taking care of them. I loved the aging. Slow. They have accidents, but they're great. And I love taking care of these old guys because they gave me so much and their life. You know, Joe, you're a very secure your incredibly special guy, and I'll tell you why. You know you feel you feel like I feel okay? Just because our dogs or cats maybe get a little bit older, and they don't react the same way they did to react. They don't come when you call them his quick. They're not hearing this possible or they're not eating the same way they used to eat or there's the occasional accident in the house. Or they forget to do something. You know. God bless them. They've given us the best use of the life if you have to clean up a little poop when you have a 16 year old dog. Get a bad clean up the poop and that live with it. Your dogs would do it for you. And I believe that people should not. And it really makes me crazy. They're gonna get me off on a tangent joke. It makes me insane when I go to shelters, and I spent half my life not so much anymore when I lived on the East Coast half of my life. I'm on the board of directors for the largest, No kill shelter in the country called the bide A wee home. And basically what happens is that people and I hear it over and over again. People have a 10 to 12 or 13 year old dog. They don't want to deal with it anymore. So they take the dog and they bring it to a shot there. What do they think is gonna happen to that dog when they bring it to a shelter? Dogs giving you the best years of his life. The least we can go is clean up a little poop. Put up a little aggravation and give that dog or cat the best life it can til they cross the rainbow Bridge. I am with you, 100% Joe. Absolutely worried. Drives me not saying that you keep your composure when people call you and they say they just boarded talk from here and there, right. That drives me nuts, So I don't know what it does to you. Yeah, they say it makes me crazy sometimes, but you know it. Z majority of my listeners out, you know, adopt and rescue. I mean, you guys are absolutely amazing. So, Joe, What can I send you, Joe being such a great guy? What do you want? Well, three months ago, you said b a T shirt. So if I'm eligible for something I am It's not don't know. Maybe you're not eligible. But you got you got you got you got three dogs 16 14, And you lost one that 15. So you're eligible for something, Joe? So I am gonna put you on home and I am going to send you some hemp seed, calming oil for digestion. Make a big difference with those all the dogs. It's made by my good friend. I know you live in the Palm desert. It's made right here in Temecula, California, So it's on its way to you give it a little time to get their job. But I do appreciate that phone call. The phone number here. 87772582558777258255. Will you take a break when we come back? We have Susan. We have Sandra in Arizona. We got done in California. We got Colleen in Michigan will get to all your calls. Lots of great stuff to give away 8777 to 5 80 to 55 the phone number. 8777258255. I started this before, But let me let me go through it. Now. Ah, lot of people are confused about what to feed their pets. It can be confusing. But over a year and a half ago closer to two years ago, I discovered Lucy Pet for miss like pet food through my good friend Joey Herrick, and I got to tell you what amazing food Lucy Pet food is. It's different than the rest number one. It's got prebiotic as well as probiotic formula. It's being used by police Department security agencies. Shelters rescues all across the country. Even the FBI dogs are on Lucy Pet food. And, more importantly, my own guys Molly and Willie since the day they walked in the house have been on Lucy Pet formers for life. Pet food. The only food I recommend the only food I endorsed. Now, Lucy Pet Food is available many places I actually want you to hear from one of my listeners and what they had to say about Lucy Pet food. I give a quick story about Lucy, that's for sure. Okay, so I bought it because you said to buy it and it says to blend it in with the food that you're feeding them. They could like, you know, gradually get you fit, and my dog said no way they immediately started taking out the old food and leaving it all over the floor and the eating pet food. That's quite what kind of dog is it? 22 hours. There's a smart dogs. I'm telling you right off the back of their not getting the best food they could possibly get. Not only are they smart, but they're incredibly healthy because there's no other food on the market that even comes close to Lucy. Pet for Miss. Right, Pet, So listen to me carefully. This is the only food I recommended Endorse. I get talked by every food company, the world and there is some good food out there. But there's not one that even comes close to Lucy. Pet food with that prebiotic and probiotic former. That's why it's the food for my own pets. Lucy Pet Food is available amazon dot com and if your prime member shipping is free, it's also available at shui dot com. So there's no reason in the world.

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"miss right" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"miss right" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Buying your portfolio. How many opportunities to plan and make sure you're prepared to draw from your portfolio? You're doing it the right way. Are you missing right now? Not taking the bull by the horn and actually getting a real plan in place, as opposed to just hoping And whoever is working with you is it is working in your best interest. We're not talking dollars. We're talking hundreds of thousands of dollars If you don't make the right decisions, like taking your in service distribution at the end of the year, Not at the beginning of the year, harvesting the things they're up the most making sure that you're making the maximum contribution taking social security in the appropriate manner and you know, incorporating your spouse into that decision. These are all little things that if you have a sales person working for you, you're not getting the advice you need because they're not certified financial planners. They're certified product sales people. Yeah, Exactly. There's just like so many things you need to address like, Has anyone ever run for your income plan, right? Not knowing where your money's gonna come from, and retirement is a huge problem in the earlier you get on that the easier it is, the longer you wait the longer you wait to sit down and figure out how you're gonna draw from that portfolio. Well, there's gonna be so many opportunities missed. I can't stand that Bob. When someone comes to sit down with us. We see all the missed opportunities they could have planned for it. Have they come to us just a couple years early, and it's never too late. But the quicker you get on this, the more opportunities you have to set your retirement up, right? All right, just as he said. I'm in the midst of moving. You know, the first thing I did was hire a mover. You know, I can carry all the boxes. I could go on the elevator. I could drive a truck. You know, I could do all those things, but I delegated to someone who can do it as well or better than I can and also preserve my horrible back. We've got to do the same thing with your financial plan. You have to hire a fiduciary. You have to hire a certified financial planner. You have to hire their right mover and shaker to achieve your goals. Because if you have the wrong people, you're going to get the wrong result. And for the record, Bob, I did not envision it any moment that you're gonna move those boxes by yourself for the record. Well, I did buy them lunch, and I gave my great tip. Held that the master Delic air on If you're thinking yourself right now, I need advice like this. I'm not getting real advice about how I'm gonna draw from my portfolio having an income plan, optimizing taxes, labeling all my investments. Well, here's your shot to do it. We literally have 10 slots. If you want the next 10 collars you have over $500,000 safe retirement. Cell from Bob will run for you are total financial master plan. We're gonna do that with no obligation or cost. It's a full holistic review. We're clearly gonna look at everything for you all you need to do a sinister holdings..

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"miss right" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"miss right" Discussed on WDRC

"Mile. Thanks, Commissioner. I think you should be very happy, Mr Goodwin. Always things like a nice person. A substantial woman wholesome p d you make me sick? You haven't got a spark of romance in your whole system. Well, don't call. My fiance holds no fan. I'm very happy if you had met, miss, right? Was it love at first sight, Your instantaneous You can always well Judge Hooker. Come on in. Join the party. Thank you Feel this leaves given out to guys for his engagement. That's right. Did have a cigar. I've already offered my congratulations, but I like since Cigar I wish you a long life of happiness. And I think it was a lucky girl. Oh, thank you. Commissioner claims it was love at first sight. Judge. You take any stock in that? No such thing as love at first sight, Floyd. Love is a matter of habit. Habit. Love is not like brushing your teeth for us. Well, I think there's something in what he says They're Floyd to married man. Gilly, you are now. All right, Floyd, What's your theory? Well, I'll tell you the way it happened with me. I was going with the white for about six months. I guess, you know, seemed like a good kid. Her family knew my family. He was fairly good looking at that time hadn't started to spread out, you know, But to me she was strictly a goodtime. Nothing serious. Few laughs, little neck and once in a while. And one night I took her to a dance. Some place where we were going home after there was some moonlight of something before I knew what I asked her to marry me. I didn't have any more intention to marry that girl. It assumes the words were out of my mouth. I could've bit my tongue off. That's very interesting Floyd. But what's your theory about love? My theory is that it's an accident. There oughta be a law against it. You're just cynical. You can't convince me were made there might figure out what do you think TV? You think Love is just a habit. I think love is a miracle. What do you mean by that? Well on you the minute I laid eyes on Mrs Peavey. I was swept off my feet. Many are fellows Tell us how it happened, Peavy. Well, we met at a picnic. There were several of them. I never fall for a girl in a picnic. They make you do all the work. It's Floyd like fire Boil a warning. Maybe jelly story flowing. Very the garbage. A lot of work in a picnic. Go ahead. P V. Wow. Mrs. Peavey was the only stranger in the group picnic. So far, five of us young fellows, we're leaving it for the first time. As soon as I saw her, I knew she was the girl from me. It was like an electric current or not, But yes, George, and.

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"miss right" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"miss right" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"For! Any kind of marketing personalize it and have your picture so imagine if. You were working for a doctor's office. Say and you wanted to get me in the office to get a physical a is your health is a picture of me on the on the on the front page of it. That would be highly effective, so I just wanted to get your thoughts on that brilliant. In fact I'll take a step back one saying. Let's gentlemen. I guarantee you if I sent you a postcard or a letter inside an envelope. You didn't know who I was and somehow opened. It and print was really really small. Ninety nine point nine percent of you brought out death correct if I put on that headline, every word on this page is about the great and put, and you'll get a magnifying glass. So quite as personalization works, right. One of the keys and see here's our as small business owners provided on north. Most of don't get that. Try to copy where they see somebody else doing us but I. Call Institutional or what we like to say on the inside, do a arrive type marketing and promoting, and it's a direct result. And we todd money back. Let me just offer something to your audience. This might be very interested. I was on a podcast recently. And I'm going to try to work on. People's own some. Keep your head up, so you'd see. This lady's clients. She was by me a digital. And proud of you know. Might she said well. We don't use direct mailings. We don't use his I said. You know what that's all great, but let me let me remind you something here. Let me remind you audiences. direct mail snail mail. has been around for decades. Billions and billions and billions and billions of dollars. It's proven itself. Now, if you don't know what you're doing, you can lose a lot of money with direct mail, but. It was here before the Internet. It was here before social media. So don't get confused and big just because now Iraqi facebook page click ads that durant males is beneath. I assure you. There is a way to use direct mail to make a ton of money just like I. I don't have a podcast accents. Technically I do because I'm not good at knowing how to do to podcast in yet I. Don't Midget, but here's my point. Even though my podcast is an up like this one I can steal leverage the process of podcasting by being a guess right so what I was trying to point outwards to things back with me to really take this whole. Let me point something out delays jumping if you haven't figured this out. If, your only rocking social media? Mark, Mark Zuckerberg. On the landlord's you and I are two tenants what I mean by that is a chain rules retiring in a bit you, your account may be shut down. You need moment and idea to you during the length of this podcast. Somebody around the world. Just got your count shut. Right. The estate now I'm not social media social media. What I'm telling you is if you're online. You need to get either your own podcast. Or your own self hosted wordpress, blow or e commerce site in other words. You need your own home, right? I so wordpress bowl? Or whatever platform us, but not the free platforms, because again you're the tenant and landlord is. Sleeping on a friend's couch, never know when the girlfriend wife's not say. Hey, it's gone. He's though you oh love Adenauer. Sort of point I'm trying to say and here's a house out just. If you're an offline business, or if you're, you're a whole night business and you're doing local radio TV, right primetime drive drive. Was True to Commute Front. That's what a big money. Right now during the time world this podcast, I'm sorry to. Some local business put out a lot of money. But that advertising. And you and I in the audience in NC. And got charged. Wow, that's wasteful, right? Yes, mark so point being when I'm trying to get you. Understand is like. He said we gotTA become. Me Fish and that's working on here to talk to you about the share US sale to stop, so we can't get off. Let me give you a simple strategy that if you're jozy or off line you blowing. You missing out on a ton of opportunity. Less I'm just GONNA make up for business. Is that okay? We'll go say magazine young a retail store. And I am a local bakery will vote this mini strip mall, seven spaces, fiber occupy, and to our decision, making the significant for years I'm GONNA. Tie this all together West now. Matinee know each other because he comes to the store every Monday digital Bayton any buys two dozen donuts, two large gals. Poppy voiced his morning meat, and we always talk. Hey, how's it going? How's business been with Cohen? Blah Blah Blah so we'll I use and why day that comes in, and he says mark. This is the magic question. He says more. Last question. Is Is it okay finding out periodically for new, business. And I looked on startled. Make sure he's not playing I'm like what? Is it okay. For you this? Of, course made any time. This St. Talk as long as don't take anything you're currently going now. We'll be doing future. Are you okay periodically returning the favor? Of, course we got. I'm not really sure I guess my is around. The headlines Structure a little better and I'm going to be back to giving part so I'm having your email address phone, number or I continue attacks on White Oh, yes. Here's what you need to be doing. Matt is GonNa Start running every month especially in the summer. Of, free, drawing Everybody loves free. But you gotta be strategic when he's saying he's GonNa Start offering. A, once a month of five thousand dollars. Whole Deluxe Home Entertainment Center now. Of course he's in the retail business. It didn't cost you five thousand dollars best to Rideau Rice it probably awesome, two thousand and five thousand Nassar's hard costs, so you can say advertising emotional. Everybody who comes into the store? He's going to send him to his website by would. Website. which means he's captured email addresses, but this one just as good if you're doing text messaging because Lazy Jovan. The average tax. Posted Email Gets opened with within nine seconds of being sick. Right man. I don't know about you, but. As called letting affecting my email marketing campaigns, nobody opens. I would say bear Chiel within ninety cents. You know what I mean so. He's GonNa. Put a big giant neon signs. It is sore. STADI- wonder musical agency with wonder could Miss Right, and it's se free drawing. When a whole super hold Deluxe Entertainment System.

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"miss right" Discussed on All The Kings Men

All The Kings Men

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"miss right" Discussed on All The Kings Men

"That's okay right. There were the best team, so you know. WE'VE TAMPA BAY and wouldn't it be awful? Not Awful, 'cause good for Tampa Bay right, but they should have wanted eight years in a row, and wouldn't it crazy if this is the year? They win it when they'll be an asterisk. And now we have a salary cap so like I said if a team like Toronto, Tampa wins it, and then immediately has to dismantle or complete rebuild their thing, and then you know, let's say they don't ever win it again because they tore it down. Yeah then you do have that and again. It's not the end of the world. I'm sure all the players will be thrilled. But it does just sort of conversation of like well. Does that count, or is it just some sort of goofy so i? I don't know the pros and cons both ways I don't know, be actually. I probably missed it now, but I before you called I was watching the Belmont stakes. Forgotten was on, and it just looks goofy. There's nobody there. I'm okay with that part. Those horse race and a little goofy. Excuse though I hadn't I hadn't planned asking this, but since it came up, where do you come down on it? Let's say they do play the qualifying rounds in the playoffs. Do you think they should use fake crowd noise in digital fans? Or should they do like what they're doing in south? Korea where they have like cardboard cutouts. Or stuffed animals or A lot of cardboard cutouts, but well I think it'd be Kinda funny to do some cardboard cutouts, but can't for the TV. I! I mean I guess I. Don't know what the players I mean I don't know. Do they need noise and stuff I? Mean I don't know right there. Just hockey. They used to growing up playing hockey, but on TV can't. They just put in simulated Crowd well, that's one of the conversations is like I. Don't know how you do it like put up a green screen over the seats or something, but yeah I personally don't want it. I I would be fine with something like cardboard cutouts or stuffed animals, or whatever just other something in the seats, and I think I'm certainly not the first one to suggest this, but I've seen suggestions where you know you'd let the fans I think a German team did this let the fans by? Their seats and have cut out of themselves like you and I could have you know cardboard cutouts of of us in the second three twenty? Row One seeds nine and ten now. Obviously, they wouldn't do it for the three hundreds, but. I mean and then you donate that money to you know to whatever yeah. Well I think if there's a way to do this. and. It probably isn't. Couldn't you just zoom the audience in yeah? Draft it's a lot of. Imagine I. Think the logistics of it or probably just. A lot to. Too Much of a nightmare. But yeah, I mean I don't really care, but like I say just watching the Belmont stakes. It was Kinda goofy and you know it's always way, so it's only two minutes, so it'll be fine, but Yeah I. Don't know I. think Watching the Games it it. It'll it'll. It'll really be interesting. I know you know we've talked about. There's a as a as everyone has. Whenever tried that a couple of years ago? somebody got the clever idea of having a simulcast. I've any game which is one of the regular game and then on the other channel you could without any play by play right because we don't, but it was horrible. Right? He even though. Even though you're watching it on, why do you need someone to tell you what you're seeing? But for some reason you just do it just it just doesn't work without it, and and when you go to the game. It's one of the things you of Miss Right. Well like I said at the top. If you know the reason, everybody thinks the Kings at least Matt Roy had such a rough start. As far as I'm concerned is because every one of us was ching telecast. Yeah, they're eighteen. Thousand of US weren't at the game. In the replay and didn't get to hear Jim and Aleksei bad beat on the outside from. Real into your head before the season's. Like. Oh, this guy's a bum turns out. I think it's going to be really interesting. I'm I'm. I'm I. Don't know I'm I'm. Not Confident I guess at some level I. Think it will be weird and it may be so weird that it takes away the fun of watching the game. That would nothing but. Now it wouldn't be. Right but but even when you're watching it on TV. You say, let's say if you're watching game on TV, and it's two last place teams, and it's in a bad blah blah. Blah, and you can see that instead of eighteen thousand, the only five thousand people right. It kind of doesn't feel the same. You you sort of Winston kind of feel like you know your team and you want to win. Whatever, but the feel the feel of what you're watching is not the same. If. There's you and I met in Florida two years ago. Three years ago I thought we met when you were porn. But we attended a Florida panthers game, and yes, we didn't sit next to each other, but we were both at the game, and that was a very sparsely attended game between the Kings, and and I believe it was in February January, February. Yeah, it was it was probably. Five thousand or Was not very many people so I mean we were. CAST, but it did feel weird. You're right. It. It feels weird, right? You feel bad. You feel almost. Almost feel bad. Being there like there's something wrong with you. They, shouldn't I be somewhere else I guess everyone else is. And, it's just it's just not as much fun. So I'm not sure about when we watch on TV. which is different, but I'm sorta thinking. It's going to be weird. And this is why I think they oughta just put something in the seats. Because once you're watching on, TV got the play by play. You've got the color commentator. You'll have the you know. I don't know if they'll have sideline reporters, but you know you'll have commentary right? Things will be happening, and then severely as long as there's something as long as it's not empty seats, right? Isn't that the gag you know there's a full house, but everybody came dressed an empty seat right seat in the playoffs when they hang towels over the edge of the seeds. If. Somebody isn't in that chair. Your eye doesn't necessarily register like a towel. That's not human you just it looks full, so then it just comes down to crowd noise and and I personally am against them using fake crowd noise I think we can. I think the play by play and color. Commentary should be enough. I think we can handle thirty seconds, so no breaks, but I don't know I mean it'll be interesting. 'cause I know in sitcoms right? Everyone complains the canned laughter, but watch show without the canned laughter and. Sometimes you know. Sometimes you? You want that canned laughter I because it helps you laugh. now the problem with the kind of laughed. It was just that they used to put in right. Things funny. And every second line to become laughter, but but you know it's there for a reason, which is because he, even if you go to a show, right, you go to a funny show, but if you're the only person in the audience, it's hard to laugh, but if it's a.

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"miss right" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"miss right" Discussed on WTOP

"Of changed over the past few months and among the many things were missing right now is a chance to watch some very happy panda they're especially hungry right now and they love getting tender shoots of new bamboo which spread out all over the area this time of year the national zoo which is closed to visitors because of the pandemic says its giant pandas can go through a hundred pounds of the stuff in a day not to be outdone the zoo's red pandas love to devour the shoots to John Aaron WTOP news last month the U. S. all the largest spike in food prices in decades in one expert says that is far from being over in April Americans pay two point six percent more for groceries when compared to the month before the largest monthly increase in nearly fifty years but it makes sense because demand went up as restaurants closed in more people started buying in bulk David Ortega as a food economist at Michigan State University people are increasingly honestly that they purchase an anyone given trip to sort of avoid exposure to the virus prices went up for things like eggs meat cereal and milk in our ticket says meat prices will likely go even higher as the supply is interrupted by some companies shutting down plants due to corona virus concerns neckline Elie WTOP news and still ahead after sports remember when we used to plan for going to the beach on Memorial Day that's just one of the things that's changed as well it's eight fourteen if you don't know PPC if you don't know S. C. O. if you don't know O. T. T. if you don't know targeted display social media man website development mail marketing you don't have to all you need to know he's twenty sixty digital we can help you with the digital marketing your business needs but maybe doesn't understand or have time to execute twenty sixty digital is a Google premier partner that may not mean a lot to you but when you consider that only three percent of digital advertising agencies carry that designation it should if you're in charge of marketing for business you likely have digital marketing questions and at twenty sixty digital.

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"miss right" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

12:15 min | 2 years ago

"miss right" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"TV Joe patch of what they have year does that affect my friend it though the former sheriff of Milwaukee county Wisconsin David Clark sure of our enter through job thanks revenue yeah you're very welcome it's always a pleasure to have you on either so much going on it so much that I want to get to that we probably will burn through as as much time as we normally do fourteen or or fifty minutes but I want to start with the whole idea that the Democrats did go for impeachment and as a law enforcement guy when I ask you a couple of things first of all you can impeach a president on treason bribery or high crimes and misdemeanors about your criminal justice guy those all crimes those are all really bad things Bennett impeach him on any of those things now they were talking about the word bribery a lot sure of a two weeks ago you last week selling that word left their vernacular do you think they were afraid that there was actually a legal implication this saying bribery was involved when in fact there's no proof of anything like that well you're you're you're trying to you're asking me to try to make sense of mine looking only have nothing there the trying to prime the American people using some of these words and you know they've been focus grouped on some of these things yeah and it's not working American people aren't stupid even though Democrats think they are missing right through this they know that this is a hyper partisan political maneuver that's all it is there is nothing ground in in law or the constitution in terms of of the impeachment authority I think it's an abuse of power I think it's a a corruption of the what the founding fathers intended by putting the impeachment domino world process in there was to remove truly corrupt or truly you know ingrained in not in grain but end up wrongdoing by a president right keep in mind Bill Clinton was impeached for perjury that it is a felony that is a high crime so when you look at stuff like that and look that you're trying to do this over some phone call innocuous phone call we've all seen the transcript of the phone call there's nothing there but the Democrats are hell bent on political suicide right now yeah I'm pretty good about ways website is America sheriff dot com builder America sheriff dot com read every article the right these on town always all over the place and it does a great job and get the book cop under fire by sheriff David Clark but what's interesting is you're right the Democrats are doing this for one reason and that's for political gain there actually accusing him in this conversation with the Ukrainian presents a Lynskey of trying to do something to sway the twenty twenty election when in fact the corruption he was talking about was about the twenty sixteen election that he already won the Democrats however do benefit by doing this in twenty twenty we've got to the point to hide in plain sight right this is the only reason to do it is to help their chances next year what is not going to I don't know that they even think that they made this promise that if they gave him the house the voters given the house and they would impeach this president so they're trying to satisfy their rather based otherwise they know there would be hell to pay from these whackos over on the far left fringe of the Democratic Party so between a rock and a hard place right now there's no way out the painted themselves into a box the painted themselves into a corner what do cells in a box I should say yeah there's no way I also got to kind of go through with it but I know they're saying right now man I'll tell you what we need right now to get out of this but I don't think you're gonna find one look it's really comes on the outside when I'm offended by it is not up to Nancy Pelosi it's not up to and I'm sure it's not to Nadler to make a decision on behalf of the United States and on behalf of we the people we put Donald Trump there as president will get another chance in in in less than a year now to see if we're going to reopen which I'm going to do or if they have to because you want to make a change look I didn't vote for Nancy Pelosi she represents a slice of a congressional district in California the same what I'm sure are involved it'll speak another trying to make a decision based on all the American people this thing is warped is it a bit doesn't use a powered stop I would Donald Trump story is by what the Democrats in Congress are gone it's for sure going to Clark and the walking getting worse comes to get his book a cop under fire also does website America sure of dot com Nelson the IG report inspector general does this report of the file out of the flies applications which we've all known for a long time were were done either incorrectly or flat out illegally it turns out yesterday and and the day before the media the legacy media James call me McCabe Lisa pages gonna so everybody now they all basically claimed that there was vindication here and there's no political bias well yeah you never said there wasn't any political by she said we did not investigate whether there was a political and a political bias because that was at his job his job was to investigate whether they did did this application process correctly a sheriff they didn't know he didn't do it correctly we know that a lawyer change some email are some virgin email to get another fight as a request I'm great did we know that they were using this dossier which was fake which was made up that they were using it in a circular fashion putting it out there the media say hello to me he's talking about we need another fight application the bottom line is the whole thing is broken when it comes to to surveilling American if they were allowed to get away with this and and I watch a lot of testimony today and this guy Horowitz was very very they're dead panned in his face when he said no this thing was done horribly wrong and and it no I didn't indicate anybody he actually said that when you walk away from that and see what the media tried to spin about this report and now we're starting to see that in reality shows a call we screwed up big time or purposely was doing this for political bias McCabe did page did this lawyer the willow is that lawyer did as well as well as those guys steal when you look at that you know from your view ten thousand feet up me this basically annihilates the Democrats to doesn't it sure it does basically what I always did was he relabeled the F. B. I. federal bureau of investigation to famous but incompetent cyclic report with the time because there was nothing in there Joe the American people didn't already know this thing has been gone over and over there been books well written books by competent lawyers as to what we're doing is entire time when a tiny try to infiltrate I use that word yep me I try to infiltrate a presidential campaign right there was criminal activity there was criminal involvement in all this you know this this the cat got the Canary you know what the tail feather sticking out of his mouth and a cat claiming it doesn't have the Canary they knew exactly what they were doing the I. T. pointed out but he put nothing in there you know that any real substance and that's why you know the less so they're spending is just like a mall report remember they longer than say that trump colluded with the Russians but what it really is when he releases report No Way Out the mainstream media New York times poll Washington polls CNN MSNBC and others were running around saying that Muller prove that the president colluded with a rusty steel election when he did that's propaganda when all others works in the in the political environment but here's the thing nobody be held accountable all right and I think it I think that's a disservice a **** would still not sure this is a type a little bit in terms of what he could do we couldn't really go out and take testimonies also witnesses when I asked why did he even bother with this why didn't anybody call this investigation when we already know what happened what we the American people want to know is what's going to be held criminally responsible we're trying to topple administrative administration on the basis of a fake dossier what paid for by the Clinton campaign that the every I was well aware of they did not get that thing properly and as the does he start to fall apart they just dug their heels in and went forward anyway you know it's just I I think it's a shame and I think it's a you know there's corruption in this government at the highest levels and for anybody like call me to say you know he he's been vindicated no yeah not only is a rock individual government affairs former government official with no credibility and no integrity any any walk around as if he's the Saint James it's very weird it is a former sheriff David Clark Milwaukee county Wisconsin goes website Americas Europe dot com also get his book Cup under fire read everything the right to want to shift gears to Obama's deadly school discipline policy that's the headline or the the title of of one of the articles that you wrote Hey what is this policy they were talking about that you use it the promise program is a something deeper than that what we explain that to me yeah the promise program down in Florida was a result of this ship and department of education policy on discipline policy in schools where they would not make criminal referrals and criminal behavior to try to settle it in in a different way whenever you do that I'll tell you what you pay for down the line so you have this guy it the Marjorie's Stoneman Douglas school down there in Florida right says Damon or is he should have been referred to a law enforcement authorities for some of the behavior that he was engaged in maybe they they they could have stopped this guy early on so all the schools from the line under threats from the Obama administration that they would not receive federal funding unless they started to go soft on of criminal behavior by students in school so you end up with this so this was a finding by the United States secret service okay just would not some right wing investigative effort on this ride school policy right was United States secret service says that schools are going to have to revisit these policies because this did have an incorrect maybe not direct and indirect impact on of some of these these these school shootings die I refer to those guys eighteen nineteen fifty eight that's as prisoner number and it the fact is the promise program in many people don't know this it allows for a student in school to commit for crimes a year before anybody anybody get referred to law enforcement and by the way every school year they get rid of it they just expunge it as if it never happened is not even a cumulative so this guy from middle school was the promise program was doing horrible things he had to be patted down in Frisco every day even to go to school and he finally got to got got kicked out of school because I guess they found shrapnel or bullets or something in his backpack shows up dropped off by uber goes in a side door start shoot the place up had it easy your believe as a former law enforcement guy that had there been criminal referrals because all of us got is older than anything we got was a horrible sheriff but but have there been referrals and have you had a record that bad perhaps they could get better tabs on is that we're sending yes what we're saying you know who knows if the sort of able to complete this of this deadly act but the thing is it would have been a pattern developing where people could look a picture would've been forming at this guy yeah is is at all click something needs to be done with him you know he was sent like you said it was kicked out of school at one point before you was returned and there was no record in that other school of him having undergone any sort of corrective behavior us a group you know behavior modification program so that's what I mean they were just you know sweeping everything on the rug that's what this is about the Obama administration felt that the the the school policies discipline of policies in effect at the time a racist older work it was based on behavior just because more blacks were referred to law enforcement authority doesn't means is racist someone needs to ask what about the behavior of so many black students you know that ends up that having to you have a police call so what is that F. as he knows questions real bomb went to politically Kel correct way let's sweep it under the rug let's turn a blind eye to this system waking read because that's what was happening with this clone yeah the system was blinking red and everybody just look the other way it's crazy go read that article in all of his articles go to America sheriff dot com get his book cop under fire its share of David Clark your love the hello this is a new hat or not all of it so that last time it's a great had and I love when you come on the show what do we get so kindly one was a joke meanwhile are have a great when we're back after this the Joe pack shows there right here.

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"miss right" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"miss right" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"They're my first Senate race I literally called everyone I knew and I said what is still an all time set a record three seventeen thousand dollars from ex boyfriends Mr Yang man man yanked people pass with MSNBC Hey Chang or some like that was pretty funny let's talk about what's trending here to minute but it just it last night yeah I I just think that that one night when I look at all of these things that they're just there's something that people see that they're missing right they're missing something trump has a lot of flaws yes but in saying that at least they know and knowing is half the battle who's going to be their person he's not going anywhere the Republican Party still behind him he's got a billion dollar war chest they have almost two hundred million dollars in cash from Democrats have about eight million dollars there's a lot of things going for the Democrats doesn't mean it can't be done but I don't know they're not sold and that's what people want they want the one who's the one that is going to be it it is a party page two young I thought somebody earlier who it's pretty much a Democrat she was loving it last night and what you know and she works here in and just work on airs was the back office thing and she said you know what though I just can't he's just so young and there is that sense but do you take away the gate thing it's the thirty seven year old I can't I can't I'm sorry can't over my nephew they're looking for the break out one where everybody can get behind not just because they hate trump they want trump beat but even people are like I wouldn't vote for birdies peep Berbers people vote for me and and and loses people vote for him or you know yanks too but everybody get behind and they don't have that person they don't three two three five three twenty four.

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"miss right" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

08:15 min | 2 years ago

"miss right" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"She was equally at a loss. Lost to explain where they went after dancing near her and was embarrassed when I pressed for a fuller explanation. Two or three questions went unanswered and my suggestion that they must have simply vanished into the air. Drew the MONOSYLABIC reply. Yes they did not speak to her she said nor did she speak to them when she had been with her cousin. She had often seen them before. They were only kitties when they first saw them she remarked and did not tell anybody but I went on. It is natural to expect that a child seeing ferries for the first time time will tell its mother. Her answer was to repeat that she did not tell anybody. The first occasion on which varies were seen at transpired was in nineteen. Fifteen in reply to further questions Miss Miss Right. said she had seen them since and photograph them and the plates were in the possession of Mr Gardner. Even after several prints of the first lot of fairies had been given to friends she did not inform anybody that she had seen them again and the fact that nobody else in the village had seen them gave her no surprise she firmly believed that she and her cousin were the only persons who had been so fortunate and was equally convinced that nobody else would be if anybody else were there. She said the fairies would not come out further questions put with the object of eliciting. A reason for that statement were only answered with smiles and the final significant remark. You don't understand. Miss Right still believes in the existence of the fairies and his looking forward to seeing being them again in the coming summer the ferries of cuttingly as they appeared to the two girls are fine weather thir elves as Miss Right said they appeared only when it was bright and sunny never when the weather was doll or wet. The strangest part of the girls story was her statement that in their more recent appearances the fairies were more transparent transparent than in nineteen sixteen and nineteen seventeen when they were rather hard then she she added the qualification. You see we were young then this she did not amplify though pressed to do so. The hitherto obscure village promises to be the scene of many pilgrimages during the coming summer. There is an old saying in Yorkshire. I'll believe what I see which is still maintained as valuable Maksim and quote the general tone of this article makes it clear that the commissioner would very naturally literally have been well pleased to affect a coup by showing up the whole concern he was however a fair minded minded and intelligent man and has easily exchanged the role of counsel for the prosecution to that of tolerant. Don't judge it will be observed that he brought out no new fact which had not already appeared in my article. Save if the interesting point that this was absolutely the first photograph which the children had ever taken in their lives is. Is it conceivable that under such circumstances they could have produced a picture which was fraudulent and yet defied the examination of so Homini experts. Granting the honesty of the father which no one has ever impugned elsie could only have have done it by cut out images which must have been of exquisite beauty of many different models fashioned and kept without the knowledge of her parents and capable of giving the impression of motion when carefully examined by an expert. Surely this is a large order in the Westminster call. It is clear that the writer has not had much acquaintance joins with psychic research. His surprise that a young girl should not know whence appearances. Come or whether they go when they are psychic forms materializing in her own peculiar. Aura does not seem reasonable. It is a familiar. The fact also that psychic phenomena are always more active in warm sunny weather then in damp or cold. Finally the girl remark that the shapes were getting more. diaphanous was a very suggestive one for it is with childhood said that certain forms of medium ship are associated and there is always the tendency that as the child becomes the woman. When does the mind becomes more sophisticated and commonplace the phase while pass the refining refining process can be observed in the second series of pictures especially in the little figure which is holding out the flour? We fear that it is now completed itself and that we shall have no more demonstrations of fairy life from this particular source. One Line of attack upon the genuine character of the photographs was the production adoption of a fake. And the argument. There you see how good that is and yet it is an admitted fake. How can you be sure that yours are not also the fallacy of this reasoning lay? In the fact that these imitations -tations were done by skilled performers while the originals were by untrained children. It is a repetition Shen of the stale and rotten argument by which the world has been fooled so long that because a conjurer under under his own conditions can imitate certain effects therefore the effects themselves never existed. It must be admitted that some of these attempts were very well done. Though none of them passed the scrutiny of Mr Gardiner or myself self the best of them was by a lady photographer conducted with the Bradford Institute. Miss I not inman whose production was so good that it caused us for some weeks to regarded with an open mind. There was also a weird but affective arrangement by Judge Darker of Australia. In the case of this in men's Al's clever as they were her.

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"miss right" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"miss right" Discussed on KOMO

"Sluggish miss right near coal creek parkway south out for a bite looking good an average no trouble in to come at least nothing reported right now your next how much traffic at twelve twenty four today's weather is a little cloudy for some of us but here in Seattle at least at the moment blue skies and temperatures today are going to get into the upper fifties close to sixty for tomorrow with mostly sunny conditions and then by Saturday there's a slight chance of some morning rain Sunday doesn't look all that stormy but there's still a potential for a couple showers right now in Seattle it's fifty degrees at komo news stay connected stay informed Seattle's only twenty four hour news station como news Philomela the editor's desk I'm Taylor fansites headlines are watching this afternoon a Long Island based companies being accused of selling illegally imported Chinese made tech surveillance equipment and then selling it to you the US military US attorney Richard Donoghue saying the equipment sold by I haven't heard technologies created serious cyber security risks and president trump must pay a two million dollar judgment for misusing from foundation money to help pay for his twenty sixteen presidential campaign the ruling came from a judge in New York as part of a settlement in a case that was brought by the New York attorney general's office the two million dollar award will be divided by collection of other non profit organizations for decades the Dilbert comic strip is let us know we're not alone the things that leave you shaking your head at the end of the workday happen all of us in one way or another and Dilbert's creator Scott Adams is out with a new book called loser thank how untrained brains are ruining America Scott joins me on the call one is like good afternoon Hey thanks for having me let's start out first with the definition your definition of what loser think is well loser thing is having gaps in your your.

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"miss right" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"miss right" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Really not a fan and for all my spider fans out there I'm sorry it's just the thing with me I did see a wonderful presentation once on a tarantula it was really well done and this woman took tarantulas in schools to teach children about myths and fears and how to confront them it was a great program so so I am capable of learning just like hopefully other people are capable of learning about dog miss but I wanted to Chris about spiders because I'll have nightmares tonight instead we're gonna go back to talks another really good myth that J. contributed was my dog will never harm my child and this one can be the source of a tragedy you go out on you tube and you see all these kids climbing over dogs or you see these dogs having to put up with all this behavior and sometimes I've gone into homes and I've seen the canine interacting with the children and I warn the people and the first thing out of their mouth is all he would never hurt that's a dangerous myth because all dogs have teeth and all dogs are capable of biting and you can't allow that myth to cloud what's in front of you in accepting the truth about what the behavior is telling you so we can't judge a breed but you can judge behavior an adult is going to tell you he's got but he's going to give you those clues and if you ignore them it's very very very dangerous children are so easily hurt by dogs because they're little and some of the dogs are bigger or they're the same size as as your child and you don't want to ever assume that we would hope that that's the case but there are things that you can do to insure and to work with your children and to work with the dog so that they get along well and that appropriate play on both sides is there but don't ever assume that my dog would never hurt because those are the people that end up regretting it the most because they thought it would never happen let's bust that miss right now when asked about Facebook page what miss really drive you crazy I think the biggest one that got the response and I had a bunch of people chiming in on this so I'm gonna give a shout out to Catherine and Katrina and Amy Elizabeth and Maya and Jay they all contributed and others to this one about dominance in packs stuff and as a modern trainer this stuff does hit home for me as well people think that dogs are pack animals well there's some modern research that shows are not necessarily pack animals at all their lot of dogs that well they'll group up for a food source or for mating well then that they would be left alone dominance is not a personality trait and I'm gonna give you the formal definition of dominance because people of tribute dominance to everything he put his paw on me he's trying to dominate me he's chasing shadows he's trying to dominate the light no that makes no sense but the myth is pervasive so here's the official definition dominance is defined in animal behavior as a relationship between individuals that is established by force aggression and submission in order to determine who has priority access to multiple resources such as food preferred resting spots access to make when two dogs fight over bone dominance if they're fighting over their favorite bed that could be dominance but most the time it's not it's not and if the dog looks you in the eye it's not dominance if he tries to get in your lap it's not dominance if you want to stare at you while you're eating potato chips it's not dominance people just started slapping that label on everything it got to be comical it is comical because it's just not true a lot of this thing came from I think the myth was was founded in both theory and that dogs are just wolves that live in our living rooms and they're not I spent time with park great facility in battleground Indiana and they're really good at busting the myths the differences and the similarities between wolves and dogs first of all submissive behavior and wolves is volunteered not demand it if it wolf is being submissive to another wolf he voluntarily submits he will roll over this whole alpha world business where you have to flip the dog over and stared its eyes to assert yourself as a leader is ridiculous dogs no your not other dogs they know you're not a wolf you have opposable thumbs you're the one who can open the pantry they know you were not another dog they're not that stupid sure every now and then they'll get a huge stick and not be able to go through a doorway because the stick is too big but they're not stupid enough to know to think that we're wolves are dogs are just not so please don't fall for that math and also role is a good way to get you bitten it is a good way to frighten your dog so that he doesn't trust you it will not teach your dog what you want him to do it's not going to necessarily change behavior that you're looking for the dog pees in the house and you off role not to stop in the house what it might do is teaching the go Peter closet because he's hiding from you now oops didn't mean to teach that don't believe this dominance pack stuff it's not you can be a leader in your house without being a dictator you don't have to eat before the dog eats you don't have to go through the door before the dog goes through all that stuff is just not relevant it's not true so be careful is sometimes and some training circles dog trainer circles it's gone so far that people don't like to use the D. word anymore they call it the D. word we don't recall anything dominance and I think it's a bit too far dominance does exist it's extremely rare and it it's not an accurate label for everybody hated that your dog does but it does exist but don't think that everything your dog does is based on dominance it's still out there it's certainly on television so what we're gonna change the channel if you see it plus the American society for veterinary behaviorist veterinary animal behaviours recommends that you do not use trainers that follow dominance theory that's modern that science this is these are vets talking to us and so if they're telling you that this needs to be debunked please come with us on that one of the common problems with this is that people think they have to offer will the dog or scrub the dog because that's how the mother dogs teach their puppies to so that's why we use these harsh callers that cause pain to dogs again you don't know you're not a dog he knows you're not a wolf it's really not relevant so kick the myth of dominance to the curb I'm gonna end this with my favorite favorite favorite math list my favorite one so far surely I'll probably here you know another one and hopefully you'll share some with me so we have a sequel to this view here some other good ones you think would deserve a chat but one of my favorite miss is that you can't teach an old dog.

"miss right" Discussed on Fabled Folly

Fabled Folly

11:56 min | 2 years ago

"miss right" Discussed on Fabled Folly

"So. It does waited hit. Yeah is a fifteen zero. Yeah Okay Okay so now. You have a fourteen eighty. Oh Yes yes join the club until like the store after we get those this fight but do you know the way that's twenty six points damage. Hawaii yeah that's a lot of and it was like a good game as he walked away all go ahead and back eight many back up to where the pay that happened that I look bloody other would say that it looked like I have five points. Slip your good foreign. The second win saved your life himself. <hes> <hes> clutch on your wealth points the well. I want to run away for your as far as CAM. Eh more moved that way. Yes you may have just saved his life. I did not need aid and it saved my life but I do appreciate it. I do appreciate it. I didn't need uh-huh and she's a strong independent woman. She only help strong independent woman and I'm going to kill a a long section monetary all right perfect all right that was John McEnroe's whole <hes> out there now marrow's is going to he's going to draw his VO in launch at the slime stonebridge. We should put them all in the bridge and then start hacking at the bridge and make the whole bridge it fall. Oh Yeah when you not when you push them off and it takes a while for the dwarf like machines to run back up the spiral staircase to get you we might have just I nece with a Tim. That's it you're Barroso. <unk> hate eight. Lonnie deleted miss <unk>. We've miss that's important. That's a start out for eleven damage eleven and <hes> yeah and then sneak attack six sneak attack game. You have have defeated one of the uses would have been all these didn't cut them in half probably not getting somewhere but air then had little faith faith in me. No I had great faith in the man aided. You should've could've attack that. It wouldn't have hit you for that damage what but but simply we wouldn't have known. I could have not done damage or Miss Right. Can you take a shot with a bow five feet away without take an opportunity to and I know this isn't pathfinder but wasn't sure if the same five he had the same rule all right they don't you want to die. Marrow's might have turned the corner for Y'all that was that was big can he can he <hes> can hide behind that pillar or does he need to move in. He'll he'll just move back around the corner on it. Those two from those you hit laughter from those two do and they didn't see you attack. Maybe yeah I just wasn't sure if I go okay he says and the next thing but now he's gone aw they totally saw the arrow fly of behind that pillar and killed their friend. It could've been me this. They see you. Bernard finishes out force what you guys like an earth tremor or something you're thrown. Alani Alani hasn't been hit. I'm Golden. Let me tell you who is prone. nope okay so but on just wants to move back to the stairwell. Stay will deploy one continuous song as people and use to bonus actions <music> all right. I can use an action as oppose. That's why I'm allowing it. Okay and I WANNA give body gets to both Alani and right. Can you use bollock inspiration to add to your health. No I know it's worth asking up up next so sorry Germany he fell over. He's only what are you gonNA do. You're in a sticky the situation of d six six excuse me. I got excited. It'll be delayed after this fight. Though you going to use her Morningstar I'm holding in my hand to which one looks worse the one right in front of me correct correct all right it. I'm going to use my Morningstar smash the one in front of me. That was an eleven aw that's it all right cool. I would've turned into bottle GAB raisin except earlier yeah anything. Ac Oh you did what you said a ten hit that that's good enough when I roll on and that is Max damage that is fourteen points points of damage splatters Goo on the wall as explode and then I use my bonus action to hit the other one next to me with the back end of Mike Leaf. You don't have sorry never mind. This is what works are <hes> so then I run away so I'm GonNa move down not going to move towards the end of the hall where it originally came from and is it going five ten fifteen twenty twenty five thirty so I can move <hes>. Is it GONNA take. An opportunity is indeed then. I'm going to turn a bottle cap for disadvantage okay. I don't want you to tell what the first one is. I just wanted to tell me Louis. I roam seventy. Okay you ask everybody else if they wanted to. Just Miss Yep okay that I don't WanNa if I wasted the bottle cap too bad yeah. I know it's a mess. I have a seventeen and he can't touch this the that's what I do when I'm running away. I five negotiable. I've only got one choice yeah I know. Can you know since he did but you do audio audio version yes the head. You didn't have to run that. Keep you do have arguments racing you can add to your AC right yes. He's not gonNA hit. You and you can do it after he tells you. The number is a sixteen hit sixteen it currently at fourteen a six added so I have. AC It's not in the other section of the train still it was a six what died three but he said it too so the Muzak insert the music inspires you to deathly move out of the way as you swayed to the tunes of your beloved barred of next is kill it created shoot at it with my bow and I'm taking the sharpshooter penalty aw as a Nettie eighteen that's a editorial one as far plus four nine plus ten nineteen damage allege explodes in Google as acid on you psychic doc y'all have defeated the black pudding heard this oh man that was so easy. I don't even another black pudding falls out runs down the Dodd live right off too easy with the following day. You know this is this is a perfect foil to get to level twenty uh-huh. Oh it starts out hard but as we love love yeah it's GonNa get better. Combated apply footed. Here's a few things that we need to handle randall. y'All have finished a difficult battle. Some of you may be sure I use over half of my God's power rec trek acid burns. Let me have a lot of acid burns your diet and he looks like to suit all of my weapons you either die you die and archer or you live long enough to see herself. They come loose. Almost let's just before you tell us anything. We have to turn all of this broke equipment back yeah well. I don't know if are barred has dispelled mend but if he does not spell that you can use outside of combat it is not it is a useful very as your Adrenalin starts to settle and you kind of ease back back into the situation. You're in you. Look Cross sell the one door that had it looked like he could hold something you start to recognize as you got some of you've gotten a little closer to the other two bridges lead to doors that are similar as of a Metal Adamantine door that is of Dwarf Dwarf holding so he's holding something but it has nothing in his hands and everyone give me a perception check real quick nat twenty nat seventeen <unk> near a modified twenty highly nearly appropriate doc <hes> because Lonnie is the closest as she looks down this hallway at the southern end. She sees some irregular something in the wall <hes> <hes> at the very end of the hall also you all level up to level five will learn what you have next next week.

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"miss right" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:30 min | 2 years ago

"miss right" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"New show. That's funny Sunday morning. Hello is the name, earning. Elizabeth? Look at my phone going off. Gosh, I'm popular today. Okay. All right, here we got your phone. Never stops ringing. I know I have three in front of me right now hurdle. Right. Tell you listen. Let's start with pretty awful news. Y'all know farm from the south bay. And so when I heard about this girl from Elsa Gondal the college student that was missing. Oh, I mean, it doesn't have to be somebody from your neighborhood anyway, but it just just so heartbreaking that, you know, here we have another situation where somebody is taken an because of their I just feel like this young lady was naive in certain way. And who knows how she was lured to Utah. But if you don't know what I'm talking about. I am talking about the young lady MacKenzie Luek a twenty three year old student from the university of Utah from Elsa gun do found. Finally, she went missing right? She's a native of Elsa gone do, but her body was was founded. Was burned burned in this guy's backyard is twenty he's twenty four. He's thirty one ULA a jogging. I don't even really care if I mispronounce name, but, you know, I mean this this to bag to say to put in lightly was booked into jail on suspicion of aggravated murder kidnapping, and obstruction of Justice. He was taken to custody on Friday. And of course, it comes after, you know, days that investigators finally had served a search warrant at the home, I guess it's the rose park neighborhood anyway, and Salt Lake City. And they found a twenty-seven boxes of salt rifle ammunition. Jeez, and a pitchfork along the bags of other items. I mean, what, what compels you to do this? Here's the thing, too. So we were talking about this with a buddy of mine, who's a federal agent, and I said, see I feel like choose so Luek pre nursing student. She went missing on June seventeenth. So she just got back to Salt Lake City. Right. So she goes to school there, she had been Los Angeles for her grand mother's funeral. So listen to this is already in mourning. Exactly apparently after leaving the airport. She took a lift to a park in north Salt Lake. And that's what she met with this guy, Ajayi. So some people speculate was at a drug deal gone bad or was it? Maybe she was actually communicate with somebody on social media thinking, like some type of a dating type capacity, and he was using a different, you know, image of who he was and anybody can hide behind the keyboard, who knows. I mean we really don't know. It's all speculation, but it is so, so awful. They found a human tissue hers all around the home. And of course, now this family has to contend with all this. So just a reminder to remind our college kids, don't be so trusting especially girls. I mean, I really do think women will little more trusting them on what is it with us? It's in our DNA, we tend to say, I'm sorry, more that's one and number two we do. We I mean I see it. I talked to college kids, and I think as can be a little bit more cynical. And for some reason, I'd seen are. I think it could be DNA that were so polite. Yeah. And the alarming thing is now there's a lot of parents that really don't understand the impact of social media and don't know how to prep their kids for how to deal with the stuff. Bingo. So we've got really as parents. We need to be on top of this stuff. You guys need to be on top of all this tech stuff. So you know what your kid is getting into it doesn't excellent point producer, Sam slash, you know, dare program leader. Absolutely right, though. I can't emphasize that more. I mean you are absolutely spot on their parents go on and do that. That's not my era. That's not the point. Dude, your kids on it. You'd better know about it. Sure. So speaking of kids. Oh my God. I gotta say switching gears hard you turn because I keep you keep it a little bit. You know, your Sunday morning, keep it light. I wanna make you smile. Here's what I will say. But there are those high school kids graduating from high school hollow, that are valedictorians, and, you know the the goal with the program, but they also have something to say and they got the courage to say it, even if it makes everybody a little bit uncomfortable and stunned. Listen to this to my counselor. Thanks for myself way. What? His fight appointment just said that. Yeah. With the award ceremonies and graduation coming up. Did you begin making Europe? Parents. What? Estimate year. Joy in knowing that one of your students was valedictorian when you had absolutely no role. In my teammates drop the mic. Thank you for teaching me, how to be resourceful. To inform me of several. Holler shifts Huntsville the day before they were due to miss out on houses of dollars. Good for you. You repeatedly turned me away confirming with my employer in Heron. All my paperwork was still correctly. Okay..

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"miss right" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"miss right" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"miss right" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"miss right" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is released today on audible, this is NPR news. And this is WNYC in New York. Good morning. I'm Richard Hake. Five twenty nine forty six degrees. Some fog and miss right now in New York City. No delays reported at this time on mass transit. We do expect showers, maybe even a thunderstorm, but this is mainly later on this afternoon. Otherwise, mostly cloudy with a high near sixty degrees today showers likely later on this evening, and then tomorrow, we should see some sun with a high near fifty seven degrees. Thursday, mostly sunny with a high near fifty three WNYC is supported by Carnegie Hall, presenting American composers orchestra on April eleventh in Carnegie San Cal hall. The program includes multi media works by do yon and college Arar tickets at Carnegie Hall dot org. WNYC independent journalism in the public interest ninety three point nine FM and AM HD twenty NPR news and the New York conversation. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Attorney general William bar is expected to face questions about special counsel Robert Muller's Russia investigation when he testifies today before a house subcommittee. The Taliban are claiming responsibility for the deaths of three members of the US military and an American civilian contractor in Afghanistan. NPR's? Tom Bowman says they were traveling in a convoy near the bottom airbase when an explosion went off the convoy security convoy was hit by a suicide car bomber. And this is the deadliest attack on Merican troops. Since last fall when three US members were killed by a roadside bomb and hostile fire in the eastern part of Afghantistan officials with the NATO led support mission say three other US service members were wounded by the blast Virginia is celebrating its first national title and NCWA division. One men's college basketball. Last night in Minneapolis. UVA beat Texas Tech eighty five to seventy seven in overtime for junior guard. Kyle guys scored twenty four points in the title game. Every time that we were down or the moment was changed. And I could just feel you know, in my heart in my head. You know, this wasn't how ended I think a lot of the team the same way that we were going to find a way to win better. What guy was named the most outstanding player at the final four. This is NPR news from Washington. And this is WNYC in New York. Good morning. I'm Richard Hake. It's five thirty one children Rockland county who've been out of school for months returned to class yesterday. This zapper judge handed down a ruling last week about the county's attempt to control a measles outbreak. WNYC's Gwen HOGAN.

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"miss right" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"miss right" Discussed on Trumpcast

"America believed in the country's founding promises, we could fight to make it a more perfect union. Even if it wasn't perfect that was grounded in his story. So the politicians that are most effective tell stories both. About themselves and about the country and their stories that surround people that's the main angle that I think politicians are missing right now in their conversations around Trump, the tends to be focused on policies and big picture statistics. And they tend to lose the people who are Gamage by President Trump's policies. And that's where I think there's a long way to go for a lot of the candidates interesting. So you think that candidates need to connect the own stories to what is that about Trump of just need to find the people around the world who have been harmed about Trump and tell Vasteras wore would look like to make concrete demonstra Trump is doing in a way that you think would connect with otas. So it's both that's a two step process. First there's the story that's the counter Trump story. And that story is about the people who is hurt individually, you know, you hate to quote Stalin, but there's that statistic used for ill, which was one death is a tragedy millions of statistic. So the more we talk about the millions of people at the border. We lose sight of the individual children who have been killed the families that have been torn apart the more. We talk. About the EPA being broken and run by the oil lobby the less. We're talking about kids who are increasingly having cancer because they're water sturdy, the less. We're talking about towns that have been decimated because their environment has been ruined. But isn't that danger that that becomes a stick as well? I mean, sometimes I listen to politicians in debates, and, you know, saying look, you know, trouble to around with great state. And no when I wasn't so-and-so county, you know, marry told me this, and when it was in that county, you know, John held me that and it seems like it's just hot of the stunt a toolkit, and I'm like, I don't know of you actually met plus include Mary or whether there's just making name on the spot. And right, perhaps you did. But you also met nine people who had different opinions, and you telling the one that happens to serve out of what makes that effective rather than it self smell like this just a politician selling me on what a ordinary guy oh gala this who goes around talking to voters. That's the second part. Which is your own story is a candidate. And those individuals stories have to feed a broader vision of America. That you tell through both your policy proposals and through the kind of campaign that you run President Trump was running a campaign that was a closed off campaigns centered around a border wall. And so that wall was symbolic policy saying he wanted America to be a more closed off country that characterizes trade policies as well. That's sort of the essence of nationalism, and he coupled that with campaign events where he'd bring on mothers whose kids were killed by undocumented immigrants now, obviously those stories were not Representative of what was happening in America. We all know that that's not true. But when people saw those individual stories, you couldn't question the sadness, those mothers felt the anguish that the alz to then people were more sympathetic to the policy proposals. And to the vision for America that President Trump was promoting which was in America where everyone was endanger all the time. So let's go to that..

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