35 Burst results for "Mistakenly"

Biden Knowingly Lying and Putting Americans at Risk of International Terrorism

The Dan Bongino Show

01:23 min | 2 weeks ago

Biden Knowingly Lying and Putting Americans at Risk of International Terrorism

"Huge, huge field. Because having been a former federal agent myself when the president says something, it becomes a national priority. At national priority determines the allocation of resource is so if you happen to be an FBI agent in some counterterrorism section, and you air quotes mistakenly believed that we should be investigating Al Qaeda and Isis, Isis, and now you've been told that you should subordinate that investigation. Two investigations of white supremacist you can't seem to find then you're gonna waste a whole lot of time hardship, while Isis and Al Qaeda are laughing all the way to their next terror attack. This isn't some throwaway line to garner a few extra votes. Ladies and gentlemen, this is the President. United States knowingly lying about the level of threat. Listen, are there white supremacist groups like that could be a threat to the United States? Yes. Is that threat Greater than Al Qaeda and Isis having been a federal agent for 12 years on Lee, if you're a Nimbus, ill. There is no chance that those threats are commensurate one another zero. Why is he saying it? Well, because he's a leftist. Then they lie, but even lying left this usually have to manipulate some statistics to get to where they want to go. They always do that.

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Chinese Lithium Giant Agrees to Three-Year Pact to Supply Tesla

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

01:56 min | Last month

Chinese Lithium Giant Agrees to Three-Year Pact to Supply Tesla

"Everybody rob now. We're here today. We were talking about a potential new battery supplier for tesla. Also we're going to take a look at two b s next delivery timelines some updates. That are happening. There tesla expanding to a couple of new countries and we'll take a look at the updated situation in china as well. We've got no morgan stanley discussing that. Calmer waters for tesla today. Seems like people were really looking for a green day and we got that today. Up three point. Two percent to five hundred eighty nine dollars. Seventy four cents. The nasdaq was really strong today. As well finishing up two point three percent super-quick correction from yesterday and apartments. Were not gonna talk too much about bitcoin today. Only about thirty seconds here. But yesterday i did mistakenly say that tesla started their bitcoin position. Mid march i was thinking of when they sold. A small portion actually started their position either in january or february and announced that on february eighth so just wanted to clarify that and one other thing that i wanted to point out. Just because i've seen a lot of discussion on whether tussles decision making here would influence institutional investors and things like that. It's probably worth remembering that when we talked to alex potter of piper sandler back in february. I asked if he had been getting a lot of calls about tesla investing in bitcoin. In the first place he said quote not a lot to be honest and then added quote. It's not as though we had us have been coming questions on bitcoin after this announcement and so just worth a reminder sometimes when things are happening people point to them as a reason for x. y. or z. Happening things can tend to get and feel very amplified but sometimes that doesn't necessarily match the not trying to say that the discussion about bitcoin and cryptocurrency as it relates to tesla is not important but sometimes in the day to day. Those relatively smaller pieces of the big picture can feel like they're just dominating the discussion and in those cases sometimes it can be helpful. Just have like cleanse and revisit. Some of the things that are relatively more important. So that you don't get or feel bogged down by the smaller details. So those are my thoughts on that and that is the last. We'll talk about bitcoin for the day and for the week pending ilan tweets while recording.

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Echoes, Beeps and Bunnies: Virtual Climate Summit Suffers Glitches

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Echoes, Beeps and Bunnies: Virtual Climate Summit Suffers Glitches

"President Biden's virtual summit with dozens of world leaders got off to a glitch field start when he hosted Japan's prime minister last week the president noted it was his first in person meeting with the world leader after months of video conferences there's no substitute for face to face discussions as evidenced in this morning it's also but also I do have I do have your debtor future for all of us the president's opening remarks echoed through an east room decorated like a TV show sets with forty world leaders watching at home then came French president Emmanuel microphones tape remarks uncertainty keystone advisory much Mister president I'm what I now turn the floor to the president in Russian federation has Excellency flood report secretary of state Antony Blinken mistakenly cut him off which left to Putin's silently glancing around the room things got better till president Biden spoke again but but the private sector and echoed again Sager mag Donnie Washington

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Police Chief and Officer Who Fatally Shot Daunte Wright Resign

All Things Considered

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Police Chief and Officer Who Fatally Shot Daunte Wright Resign

"Two days after a police officer fatally shot 20 year old Dante, right after what began as a routine traffic stop of Minnesota police chief and the veteran officer who fired on right have resigned. Chief Tim Gannon said Officer Kim Potter mistakenly grabbed her gun when she was going for her Taser protesters and writes. Family members say there's no excuse for the shooting and that the justice system is tilted against black people. Family attorney Benjamin Crump says right was stopped for expired car registration and ended up

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`MSNBC Apologizes For Showing Wrong Video of Congressman

Chris Plante

01:34 min | 2 months ago

`MSNBC Apologizes For Showing Wrong Video of Congressman

"S d. N c. Let's not forget them. Here is MST N c host apologizes after network Confused too black Congressman I talked about it. The impeached former federal judge criminal taking bribes Alcee Hastings. God rest his soul. Hey, died a couple of days ago, The age of 84. MSNBC was doing the orbit for Congressman Alcee Hastings. Unfortunately, they weren't showing a picture of Alcee Hastings. They were showing a picture of another random black congressman by the name of Benny Thompson, who is not Alcee Hastings and looks nothing like Chelsea Hastings. So they put on their white anchor Hallie Jackson to come on and apologize. But you wanna apologize. First mistake that we made on this show. Yesterday we're reporting on the death of Congressman Alcee Hastings. We mistakenly showed video of Congressman Bennie Thompson, which should never have happened were started never have happened. We're very sorry. It reminded us naturally of when MSNBC introduced the Reverend Jesse Jackson, but they introduced him as Al Sharpton. Me now to talk about this and the nation's real problem of joblessness. Reverend Al Sharpton. What's your reaction to hearing someone say? Hey, you know when it's just looking at many qualities l hear too Well, the rising tide floats all boats is actually here. I'm Reverend Jesse Jackson. I don't You know, I'm so sorry. The script in front of me, said Reverend Al Sharpton. I'm looking at your face. I know you are Reverend Jackson. We all doing so not only am I a racist, but the writers and producers are raised us today. MSNBC too. It's good to not be fox news

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"mistakenly" Discussed on Weird AF News

Weird AF News

02:25 min | 2 months ago

"mistakenly" Discussed on Weird AF News

"Your podcast. Good luck with your creation. Good luck with your life. Man restaurants are facing a ketchup packet shortage amid the pandemic. The us is facing shortages of tomato ketchup. Did you know this is a tragedy. Guys do catch shortage. This is a true emergency. Never mind your toilet paper. What about the ketchup packets. This is Because of the pandemic and how it's led to a surge in demand for the popular condiment known as ketchup. Why would the pandemic create a surge in demand for ketchup. I'm very curious. Are more people eating french. Fries than ever before hines as you know is the most widely sold brand of ketchup. I would guess is a close second funny how they're both one syllable and start with h. I wonder if that's a coincidence. Do this does. The same company owned both of these. I wouldn't be surprised. So hines is the most widely sold brand of ketchup in the us anyways. I'm curious if around the world you guys all have. Hines hines and other places. Please email me tell me about heinz. You have it. What brand of ketchup do you have in your country. That's popular semi photo. Please send me a sample. So hines says the rise in demand has been driven by accelerated delivery and takeout trends. Oh well that would certainly explain the shortage of the packets those little packets because whenever you order take out or delivery they get those little packets of ketchup for you to put on your fries or your cheek in new gets rid ever. You put kit sabban. Call it catch or cats up. I've actually seen it spelt. Cat s up cats. And i was always curious about that. What does that come from. So the packs often accompany delivery orders. These small packs of catch. They have effectively replaced the bottles of ketchup. That you see that are kept on restaurant tables as you know. The company hines says it had to step up production of the ketchup. Packets hines told the media that had had already made adjustments to its production processes but that demand was so much greater than supply. These days hines now said. They had to add multiple new production lines in their factories. Prices for ketchup packets also have risen thirteen percent since january twenty twenty according to the wall.

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"mistakenly" Discussed on Weird AF News

Weird AF News

07:00 min | 2 months ago

"mistakenly" Discussed on Weird AF News

"Comedian and the only daily weird news. Podcast as of today record inside a vehicle. An airline pilot mistakenly landed at an unfinished airport. How does this happen. Aren't these pilots craned a lot of schooling. They have high technology these planes. They have assistance in the form of air traffic control. How would you land at an unfinished airport. I think the pilot was drunk. Let's find out more details. Oh i'm looking at a photo of the plan. I think this sums it up ethiopian airline. Oh boy yep. Of course ethiopian air. You can't count on ethiopian airline. They got a. They just got their first plane like last month. Josie that's crew just getting jokes and the opn airlines pilot landed at an airport. That is still under construction in zambia by mistake a government official said on monday. Well in the defensive. This airline pilot i mean. I'm sure there's a lot of airports in africa. That are still under construction. I mean so many. They probably just got airports recently. So they're still being built at. Imagine the cargo plane touchdown at the not yet finished airport in zambia's northern copperbelt province outage. They had the copperbelt. My guess is they. Make a lot of my pennies pocket just getting. I don't have pennies in my pocket. I do have pennies in my car though. And when they when they build up along with other change. I take them to the coin star then. I play a game with myself called guess. How many pennies. I just turned in. Okay let's get back to the story guys. I have ridiculous. Tangents that i go on that make no sense whatsoever and i apologize for them. We have a quote here from someone who works for the transport ministry when the pilot was about to land. He was communicating with the radar. And they told them we can't see you so he used his site as he had no control. He used this plane eyesight and he landed at an airport still under construction. What a hoot. What a hoot. Imagine landing at an airport still under construction. I'm amazed that anybody lived. There was no damage that was incurred. They said investigators would would be releasing a comprehensive report. there was no mention of the episode on the twitter page of ethiopian means. They confirmed that the episode did in fact take place and they said an investigation in cooperation with zambian authorities was already underway. No need no need this. Is i mean. This is air traffic in africa enough. Said that's all you say air traffic and africa. There's going to be some situations. You're going to have to land some open fields into some jungles. Maybe you have to land on top of an elephant. Finally i mean these things happen. Africa airlines well. If you're curious about zambia you'll be happy to hear that it's africa's second largest copper producer with the majority of copper located in what's called the copper belt region. The airport in the copperbelt region was actually supposed to be open in mid twenty twenty but was but was delayed by the covy pandemic as most things where it also says. Here that cargo flights have helped ethiopian airlines remain financially viable during the pandemic with africa's largest carrier using dozens of passenger planes as freight transporters to keep things afloat. This is their largest carrier ethiopian airline. Here i was bashing it turns out. Ethiopian airline is probably the most equipped and in best run airlines in all of africa. So i apologize. A robot. Artists sells digital art for almost seven hundred thousand dollars in is now looking at a music. Career sophia is a robot of many talents. Have you heard of her she speaks. She sings she jokes around. She even makes art march. She caused quite a stir in the art world when a digital work that she created was sold at an auction for six hundred eighty. Eight thousand eight hundred eighty eight dollars. In the form of a non fungible token these are called. Nfc's do you know what nf tease our guys. This sale of the sofia created robot art highlighted growing frenzy in the nfc market where people can buy ownership rights to digital content and tease each. Have a unique digital codes saved on a block chain that allows anyone to verify the authenticity in ownership of the digital item. David hanson is the ceo of hanson robotics aka a super nerd. He created sophia. This lovable robot that can create art and apparently tell jokes. I would love to see a robot comedian. Let's see if that's funny. I don't think we're gonna see a successful robot. Comedian in the future. Although i think people will try. There's something about comedy what you really need a human element. I think you need that human sensibility. So this hanson character has been developing robots for the past two and a half decades. He believes realistic looking. Robots can connect with people in assistant industries such as healthcare and education. Can you imagine your teacher is a robot. That's gonna be wild man and you turn in your homework late like the terminator she blast you right in the middle class. Sophia is the most famous robot that was created by this nerd. Hanson sophia has the ability to do a bunch of things high level. She can mimic facial expressions hold conversations even recognize other human beings in two thousand seventeen. Check this out. She was granted. Saudi arabian citizenship. Becoming the world's first robots citizen why she would want to be a citizen of saudi arabia as a female. I have no clue. That's like the last place. I want to be a citizen of a thumbs. Sophia but anyway. She's she's a citizen of a country. At least here's a quote from this hanson nerd. I envisioned sophia as a creative artwork herself that could generate art. You know imagine. Sophia is the combination of a lot of arts in engineering and and the idea that she could then generate art was away for her to emotionally and visually connect with people 'cause i can't connect with people because i'm such a dork I have to make a robot to do it for me. But she's going to be good. Sophia created digital art in collaboration with the famous italian artist andrea bona chat though. I don't know who this person is..

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Confusion surrounds Volkswagen’s reported name change

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

01:04 min | 2 months ago

Confusion surrounds Volkswagen’s reported name change

"Was a press release from volkswagen today. That came out mistakenly because the press release was actually labeled for april twenty ninth. I wish it had been labeled for april first but this press release said that volkswagen will be changing the name of its us operations to volkswagen of america. Vlt s volkswagen according to cnbc quote. The release said volkswagen of america would remain an operating unit of volkswagen group of america and a subsidiary of volkswagen g with headquarters in herndon virginia. And so thankfully. I don't think this means they're actually changing the brand or how they would refer to the brand in america on branding. Cnbc just says that they would have a lighter coloured vw logo for electric vehicles versus darker colored vw logo for gas powered vehicles. Hopefully vw is just having fun with their company name as an entity. Which at the end of the day would be inconsequential. The case i'm fine with it go had vw. Get your attention. Great move if they're actually changing their brand name in the us volkswagen. And i'll have a different. The week definitely didn't seem intentional. But i don't know maybe. They were putting that out there to gauge the reaction. I guess we'll find out the full story and a month

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‘Botham Jean Boulevard' Officially Unveiled in Dallas

CBS Weekend News Roundup

00:25 sec | 2 months ago

‘Botham Jean Boulevard' Officially Unveiled in Dallas

"Larger reparations discussion. The city of Dallas is named a street for both of Zon and black man who was shot and killed in his own apartment by former police officer Amber Geiger. Back in 2018. Geiger had mistakenly entered zones apartment thinking it was her own and shot him thinking he was an intruder. There's now a stretch of South Lamar ST It's

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New York murder suspect mistakenly released from jail

First Morning News

00:26 sec | 3 months ago

New York murder suspect mistakenly released from jail

"Released from jail. Christopher Bugs was sitting behind bars for three years awaiting trial until Monday. When he was let go on an unrelated contempt of court finding Stafford. Rikers Island didn't realize he was supposed to stay locked up for the murder charge because of clerical error, Bertolaso says the city is working to make sure this kind of thing doesn't happen again. The theater in Broadway,

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Murder Suspect Christopher Buggs Mistakenly Released From Rikers in New York City

The Adam Carolla Show

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Murder Suspect Christopher Buggs Mistakenly Released From Rikers in New York City

"A new york city murder suspect has mistakenly been released from rikers island and he is still at large Fox news reports that twenty seven. We have his picture in case you see him around Twenty six year old. Christopher bugs was jailed without bail at rikers while awaiting trial For more than three years. He's accused of fatally shooting fifty five year old man outside of bodega in brooklyn in two thousand eighteen and he was arrested three days later but in a different criminal contempt case a judge sentenced bugs to just thirty days and that sentence was mistakenly listed as the final disposition in the murder case jail. Staffers didn't realize the error they released him on tuesday corrections officers warned. He is considered armed and very dangerous.

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Dallas County DA’s Office to Present Oral Arguments in Amber Guyger’s Appeal Case

WBAP Morning News

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Dallas County DA’s Office to Present Oral Arguments in Amber Guyger’s Appeal Case

"County D. A s office is served notice to the fifth Circuit Court of Appeals that it intends to file aural arguments on April 27th on behalf of the state relating to the Amber Geiger case. In 2019 Geiger of former Dallas police officer was sentenced to 10 years in the shooting death of her neighborhood, both of John. She testified that she had mistakenly entered his apartment and shot him. Fearing that he was an intruder inside her room last August. Geiger's lawyers appealed the murder conviction. They're seeking a lesser charge of criminally negligent homicide. Kim Lamb kins, WB AP News The

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An End to the Tech Rally?

CNBC's Fast Money

04:35 min | 4 months ago

An End to the Tech Rally?

"We'll rising rates kill the tech rally. Guy what do you say yes back to. You melt absolutely so much of this has been predicated on on this low interest rate zero straight environment when you have tenure yields go from fifty three basis points in august two one point four percent today i understand rates are still low but the velocity and the speed of the move has been well. It hasn't been historic. But it's been noteworthy. And i think we're headed to one and a half. We've said it for a while and that's your line in the sand you start getting significantly north of one and a half percent and the entire thesis in my opinion behind a lot of these high flying tech names starts unravel and you're starting to see it now in the big hans christian andersen fan. I know euros well. Mel and a lot of people mistakenly call the that little vignette that he wrote. The emperor has no clothes. It's the emperor's new clothes. But i got to tell you the close at the fed is wearing right now are not fitting and i think they're going to be revealed for what they are in the coming weeks. They think they can control this out of their control at this point. Yeah karen i. I'll go to you on this. Well i mean obviously we have been in this environment of close zero percent insurance for so long and so when we move out of that. Something's gotta give now. Yes i think. So but i think a few things are happening at the same time. So there's the higher rates that guy talked about. We always talk about the risk premium. What should the equity risk premium beaten as rates go up. The risk premium should be higher therefore valuations lower. But the other side of. It is a rates going up because the economy is improving. And i believe that. Yes that's the case. But i also think that the earnings of a lot of these high flyers and let's talk about something like google for example. I think those earnings are going to be actually much better so on long those. It's a painful day. One thing that. I have on as a hedge which is not nearly enough to hedge how much i would lose him. A day like today is the gb which is the it's tech software and its high fliers. The biggest position is microsoft. But it's really expensive. Names salesforce service now zoom video. Docu sign crowd strike. Those are all going to get hit. Against what i think of as my more value tech today wasn't value at all on sale again and again but i think that if the rates move up slowly because the economy improves. I'm okay with that. I know we'll have a rotation into more cyclicals. But i'm sticking with what i've got. Yeah and obviously it's highest wires on. They'll probably take the hardest hits at this point carfax. North cornerstone macro makes a very good point in that is their alliance the s. and hunt five hundred on information technology. More broadly and in terms of down days and information technology eighty percent of the time the s. and p. five hundred trades lower as well. This is since nineteen eighty nine. Dan and i know you like carter's work. So i mean his point basically is you can't hire overall without technology that being said though if you look at the mag accomplish the microsoft apple google amazon. They've gone sideways for the last four months. Or so as we've seen that rotation into more cyclical names so we did move higher without their real participation and now it's interesting on a day like today that you see the nasdaq down two and a half percent or so to me. I think what karen laid out is really smart. I mean you look at the mega caps and you see their value tech yes. They benefited from low. Interest rates. For a whole host of reasons most notably. They raised a ton of money and they put on their balance sheet and they really not paying a whole heck of a lot and i think as it relates to interest rates. You have to ask yourself who really wants. Interest rates to go higher at this point and guy makes a good point that yeah they're going to they're going because the economy is getting a little better. Look at the ten year chart of the us treasury. You'll we thought we had generational lows at about one and a half percent back in two thousand twelve then again in two thousand sixteen then again in two thousand and thousand nine hundred then you consider yourself or you consider how much negative yielding sovereign debt. There is in the world about fifteen trillion and you think about the corporate been john debt and even consumers you yourself who wants rates to go higher then you look at it over a thirty year period and i think we have that chart and it's just upper left to bottom right so maybe you get through that one and a half on the ten year treasury. Maybe you get to that long-term downtrend which would be about two and a quarter. If that is the case then yes equities. You're going to have a very hard time in this environment. Given the state of deficits right

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Vincent Jackson's brain to be donated for CTE research

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:53 sec | 4 months ago

Vincent Jackson's brain to be donated for CTE research

"This is, according to a new medical examiner's report. His body was found in the Homewood Suites and Brandon Monday, and hotel staff actually introduced room twice in the days before mistakenly thinking he was asleep in a chair. Jackson's family says his brain is being donated to the Boston CTE study, which researches the effects of severe concussions, Cognitive impairments, behavioral abnormalities. Uh, mark mood instability, depression, anxiety, behavioral impulsivity. Nero. Psychologist Michael Schaumburg at US F. Says the effects of CTE can only be studied after the victim dies. The sheriff's office says Jackson's family indicated he may have suffered from chronic Alcoholism. Upon 7 34. The N H. L is headed for the great outdoors this weekend. The league is

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Vincent Jackson's brain donated to Boston University's CTE Center

AM Tampa Bay

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Vincent Jackson's brain donated to Boston University's CTE Center

"Former Buccaneers star receiver Vincent Jackson may have been dead for three days before anyone called for help. That's according to a new medical examiner's report. Jackson's body was found in the Homewood Suites in branded on Monday, and hotel staff actually entered his room twice in the days before. Mistakenly thinking he was sleeping in a chair. Jackson's family says his brain is being donated to the Boston CTE study, which researches the effects of severe concussions. Cognitive impairments be behavioral abnormalities. Uh, mark MOOD instability, depression, anxiety, behavioral impulsivity, neuropsychologist Michael Schaumburg at USF, telling News Channel eight effects of CTE can only be studied actor and the victim dies. Sheriff's office says Jackson's family indicated he may have suffered from chronic

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Over The Dystopia

Sidewalk Ghosts

06:05 min | 4 months ago

Over The Dystopia

"More big fan of science fiction right and who's happened and science fiction has is not about the future. It's about the now through different lens. And i get very frustrated with a lot of distance stories. You know the stories that are bout was miserable. The end times it's going to be this So when i look at the world. I see a lot of problems. You see a lot of harshness. Souci lot of this union and and disorder in distress. And and i thought often about the fact we don't have community places to have real exchanges and i've insert myself into those into those conversations. You know where. I don't agree with what they're saying. But i try to find ways sometimes to to sort of say. Hey i here. You're saying book. Let's actually have a dialogue about. Let's let's find some commonality and so far. I've walked away generally unscathed you know. There's there's usually resistance what are you doing. Why bother me but if you approach it the right way you actually find. Maybe not agreement at the dinner. You haven't swayed somebody else over but you've actually found a place to have a conversation and maybe you're nodding your head a little bit about what they're saying and maybe they're actually nodding in return which we don't get otherwise we've lost so many of these and replace them with memes and news feeds and mistakenly think that those actually activate that commonality at first impression of his resume it can be assumed. He's a man driven by list of temporal accomplishments. Yet as he shares of who he is and as we take the chapters of his introduction. It's easy to see the humility that resides within him with the mind that but what's to come thinker. He not only ponders of the world in which we're living but imagines the world where walking into he recalls. Simple moment years ago when i work more directly and in comic books and and i would get invited to stores signings autograph sessions instead of things and i got invited to this one in west texas think it was west texas this texas definitely somewhere texas big place and and you know was all full of myself and went to the store and nobody showed. Nobody like nobody cared. That i was there so i sat there for hours. Stacks of whatever it was assigned except for this one. Kit showed up and young. He had a couple of stories and maybe illustrations he had done. And i had nothing else to do so i just talked to the kid. Most of the day gave him pointers joked with them. This that and the other thing didn't think twice about it. And i had a driver that day because it was so far away west texas. The driver was sitting there that whole time. And we got back in the car at the end of the day and the driver turned to me. And i wasn't thinking about any of this and he said that kid will never forget this day for the rest of his life and as a pretty talking about you know he was making the point the fact i had given that kid attention and encouraged his doing but i had an intended. It wasn't like i was leaning into it but sometimes it's those at those things that maybe are just small gestures. You don't even think about but they they can make a hopefully they do make an impotent and they add up over time as opposed to well. I'm gonna do this big thing and speak programs big. Whenever baby steps and commonality he suggests speaks of how small or large the wakes of even our smallest gestures can radiate asks us to not get so caught up in our own accomplishments disappointments that we don't take time to truly see those around us. Perhaps he is gently challenging us giving us reason to look over the walls of a plausible dystopia future and as he does he releases. Each of us sincerely consider the links that bind us. I think that there's an inherent need for connection. And you owe it to yourself to discover that and if you can do that on your own through introspection or finding a philosophy finding a faith some type of therapy. If that's what's necessary cracked the code on yourself at no matter what point or stage you on your life. Well i'm fifty. whatever. I'm i'm past the point of doing that or i'm twenty. I'll still figure it out on my own home. Take the time to figure it out. You owe it to yourself and it's okay to be selfish in that way being separate is not worth it. Yes he has achieved a degree of success yet. When he speaks of his priorities he mentions no quest for wealth even admits his work is secondary to what he feels most important simply. His role was a loving father as a caring husband as a good friend and as a contributing citizen to this world in which we share so it is as we take a pause to absorb the voice of today's stranger. Now friend dan. My we open our hearts minds and actions pass any barriers. That just might be of our own making back to dan. I would say ask the person next to you. What matters to the most because when you understand that about somebody else you see yourself more clearly and then you. You understand them better. I think if we understand that and the answer is honest if we listen we truly listen. Go beyond the go beyond. I can't understand that now. There are all these factors these burdens that we carry. And it's hard to think about the other and not just within yourself. And i think every one of us can find something relatable and that's what we should aspire to

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Biden mistakenly refers to Trump as the president

Lars Larson

00:27 sec | 5 months ago

Biden mistakenly refers to Trump as the president

"To China. Joe Because Joe Biden, president of the United States, apparently still thinks that Donald Trump is the president twice this week, President Joe Biden has referred to Donald Trump. As the president, and he did it while he was signing executive orders on health care on Thursday. Apparently even he can't accept the idea that Donald Trump actually are does accept the idea that Donald Trump did win the election. On November, the third eye shot out to

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Parler ban pushes random app 'Parlor' to top of app store charts

Relevant Podcast

03:11 min | 5 months ago

Parler ban pushes random app 'Parlor' to top of app store charts

"All right well. I don't know if you guys saw this. But there is a new app that has been skyrocketing to the top of the charts and the google play store and apple. You guys know what i'm talking about. It's called parlour. Now you may be talking about parlor a. r. l. He are the app that has been scrubbed from humanity for the internet for breeding ground for organizing hate groups. I'm actually not referring to that parlor. I'm referring to the parlor that's spelled p. a. r. l. o. r. which people mistakenly thought they were down other parlor. The oh this great tight. It's existed for over a decade and has just gotten rid floating out there until their name made the news and people started downloading. It mistakenly thank you. They don't mike god. It looked like a swing at a really kind of convoluted idea. Like this is their their their tagline. The first and only social network. It's clear mud. What it does guy says the first and only social network so evidently about ten years ago a developer had an idea for what was essentially like a kind of a chat roulette type of situation where he would listen. I do not want to disparage whoever invented. Par lower This one that because they're having a lot of success right now guys are blowing up one day and we're like what is all what is it didn't take off when they launched a decade ago. It's terrible i guess. Who wants randomly get on a phone call with somebody like that's what it does. You can go into these different topics in rooms. Like say it's clubhouse. Yeah yeah like here for example. Let's say. I wanted to go into the vip fan clubs room. I will randomly be on the phone with like another billie eilish fan. Hypothetically there aren't a lot of active users. You're probably a couple reporters downloaded dry out. The few people that got on the phone with somebody. They got hung up on almost immediately. So it's a it's a very odd apu was a big swing. Just didn't work out but the developer never removed it from the stores right now. Theoretically there's a lot of very angry right wing radicals making random phone calls and a hud dated web. One point zero like it's it's totally janke. It looks like an old like wanna be my space from a decade ago. That barely functions. So congratulations parlor shirt day. He has finally arrived. maybe people are using it. Maybe it'd be like hey man. I was actually accidentally downloaded parlour. Good condo in the vip clan or the celebrity users vertical which there is one where you can evidently talked to celebrity users. Those unclear what celebrities are using it. Hypothetically if you were celebrity downloaded the app go right there because plug you up with the fans. So

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Dutch Government Resigns After Benefits Scandal

Science Friday

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

Dutch Government Resigns After Benefits Scandal

"The Dutch government is resigning over a scandal in which families receiving child care benefits where mistakenly accused of fraud. Teri Schultz reports Prime Minister Mark Ruta and his Cabinet will remain temporarily in a caretaker position. The Dutch government's downfall comes after some 20,000 working families were wrongly accused of cheating the system and forced to repay thousands of euros in benefits The Dutch tax office said had been mistakenly paid. Many families were put in severe financial distress for what was later found to be largely a result of administrative errors. In a press conference announcing his resignation, Prime Minister Rudy acknowledged quote Innocent people have been criminalized and their lives have been destroyed. He says the country's parliament was not correctly informed about the tax offices procedures targeting the parents. 20 of them have launched a lawsuit against current and former officials

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8 million people to get prepaid cards with stimulus money

WBZ Morning News

01:16 min | 5 months ago

8 million people to get prepaid cards with stimulus money

"Federal officials taking steps to make sure Americans don't mistakenly toss out their stimulus check. If it arrived by mail, direst says it's mailing eight million prepaid visa debit cards loaded with a federal stimulus payment, advising people to keep an eye open for the envelopes If the funds are not directly deposited in their bank accounts. The tax agency also says it's changed the envelopes to make it more evident that they include this $600 check It fellows what happened last spring, when some discarded their prepaid debit cards loaded with the first round of stimulus money because the envelopes were not clearly marked as coming from the I. R S or Treasury Department. The latest batch will be mailed in a white envelope with a label that displays the Treasury seal. Matt Piper CBS News in San Diego police in riot gear sent in to break up a violent confrontation between supporters of President Trump. Encounter protesters. Police report being pelted with everything from rocks to eggs as they tried to separate. The group's Johan England owns the breakfast Republic, a local eatery in downtown San Diego, throwing tear gas and Was just not and then says he kept his door's locked, and he's just hoping that he still has a business when he gets to reopen his doors later this

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"mistakenly" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"mistakenly" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"The traffic I said I mistakenly said that this was today was actually yesterday and the only reason that matters is if the lady is listening I want her to know I was not I was not putting the moves on you I don't know what I did are you going to do this anymore it made my day I don't think I'm going to do this anymore often hello one discourage you there were two other times at that same quick check that I use my debit card two different occasions for people who had started their orders on those self serve without realizing that they those machines did not accept cash a huh and the one the one I can't remember who they were but the other I can still remember very clearly it was it was a husband and wife and he got to that point was like all manner and I was like this is it right here I can do it that he was appreciative he thus deformity how much was it are things like twelve Bucks or some sizeable yeah it's not just a couple of such as the Packer gum right there yeah yeah yeah several things so who's trying to do some sort of random act of kindness how did it work for you Kyle for mill town you're in New Jersey one one point five a young guy okay I detected happiness morning but I wanted to get a coffee at Dunkin donuts there is and a bunch of kids before me and they're all you know get in there don't know whatever before for school and the last kid I have a bottle water and old friend beta picking on stuff up and all look at it because the lady that was enough to take the any only had two dollars and only be yeah what we're not going to give in the water so I did motion door you know I thought I got this and he looked at me give your smile and off he went but it was made my morning didn't say thank you but the smile was thank you enough yeah I got you he was thankful for but yeah I you know I I I you could then I would if maybe feel good about it that was a good thing to do nice thing to do that's very very nice wasn't embarrassed in front of his friends to see exactly because at first he probably was getting there hi thanks for your call Dan in Burlington you're in New Jersey one one point five Hey Hey Hey there are yes we are okay yeah emotional for me how to get my won't change so I go to the local loop shop and the there is there only to other people when they're okay it was funny it was last Friday February right and that one guy had a neck brace on and they're going to do when I came in halfway through the combination of the cow within yeah I have they're in a personnel carrier in one of the worst and that got blown up I'm looking it up for you guys talk about that it can occupy shot yeah and I'm just trying to figure out how to do that and you thought about how he'd been in Walgreens and all over the place yeah I have a couple of years a hospital yeah and then go I got to get up to the cashier when got around our deluxe I'm not use my real name I didn't like it yeah I was trying to I was going to try to do it without him knowing right but at I just came up to enact we've done okay the bill out of my pocket wouldn't happen again and I went up the river as the panic that but this tour dispel any department that yet thank you very much wow good he accepted it that's some of the some of you yeah whatever this thing out well all my god damn it that he would get extra stuff going to a court though I I yeah he got he got a military discount when I I don't know if it's dealing okay military honors when you do that but the guy gave me about thirty to tap the the store owner I enough for repairing nice that's a great story Dan thank you so much for sharing that and that really is she I mean that's I mean that's humbling it is you see somebody they've gone through hell like that and I were talking about random acts of kindness and this could be anything this could be you know even that I think a lot of people have done this I mean especially in Jersey because we're always in our cars that drive up window thing where the person in front paid for you and then you're like well maybe I'll keep it going you pay for that person and it goes on for hours possibly any kind of thing like that what have you done or at least try to do one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five three Shawna from Elizabeth your New Jersey one one point five hi guys how you doing today fine thank you so today I work at the airport and we're checking in bags and this man was also through older man and he had like nine bags with him in the back of a different random sizes that their friends so we found out the man he was alone and he wears a cancer time they will cancer patient and he was going back to this country to spend his final days or his family on my coworkers Arnold actor so we got we got a helpful that I held but so we got permission from the supervisor and one of my coworkers Lancel Walmart one big bag welcome to the side to help them reach packed everything so because what the nine back he had the bachelor them more than his ticket yeah he was yeah he's gonna charge that Regis yep he just sits there and help we would like you know the facts and whatever extra it once was so he was just standing there looking like a hero and I'm just like for the motion will because everybody just pitched in one right didn't even asking for money for the fact that which then and then the extra fees that the word that we have a supervisor picture that they wait the extra fees and yeah so wow even that's nice exactly someone sometimes it's work so bad about you know the airlines and all that that actually made me as you proud that in now we don't have some people who have a good heart absolutely right it's a great story that is thanks for your call I was talking to random acts of kindness have you ever tried it one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five New Jersey one a one forty five hi I'm Jay.

"mistakenly" Discussed on The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos

The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos

09:24 min | 1 year ago

"mistakenly" Discussed on The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos

"If you like our show there's another podcast we think you'd like science versus from science versus the show that finds out what's fact what's not and what somewhere in between why don't you lose that much weight when you guys why does heartbreak hurt so bad and offers that blow up your firmly held opinions and replaced them with science follow science versus and listen for free on spotify apple or wherever you get your podcasts the fighting in the streets of Saigon during the New Year or defensive made the war to real tonight I have ordered aircraft in our naval vessels to make noattacks on North Vietnam nineteen sixty a pretty tumultuous year Ed wrapping the combat panic throw now what was there is also reportedly chased and fired on a radio equipped and not optimally l. having a huge effect on European I had to wait wait and I really got a little bit because I knew ahead to money there so and do as you know cashier's check and get out of there this is Don Wetzel he's recalling a fateful day in November of that year when he was trying to do something simple he just wanted to withdraw some cash back there was scheduled to take a trip On a Monday morning on show on Friday on lunch hour I went into my bank to get some money I would say maybe eight to ten people in line my guess is you know maybe I was in that line for like eighteen twenty minutes just to cash check Dunstan was really valuable he was a talented engineer and vice president of technology pretty that was on the hunt for a new business but instead of problem solving a his desk at work he was stuck in a bank lobby should my job was to come up with one or more the new products and I was getting nowhere half a century later we still share Don's misery we're stuck in lines all the time when we wait for coffee and eh when we stand on a crowded train platform when we get stuck for hours and airport security we know exactly what he was feeling watching time slip through his lingers my brother Aaron wrote a book called how many Licks Hey Santos how's it going estimate damn near anything I asked him to calculate for us how much time we're likely to spend waiting in line over our entire lifetimes so I think the but we came up with was seven hours seven thousand hours waiting in line that's more than six months of our life stuck in some q crazy right with seven thousand hours you could take a massive vacation you could learn a new instrument or a new language or new sport but you're not doing any of that you're just waiting staring at the back of someone's head and it sucks we tell ourselves that standing in line is an awful annoying happiness training waste of time but what if we could see that line not as a huge pain in the butt but as an opportunity to be happier our minds are constantly telling us what to do to be happy what if our minds are wrong what if our minds are lying to us leading us away from what will really make us happy the good news is that understanding the science of the mind can point us all back in the right direction you're listening to the happiness lab would me Dr Lori Santa's hey to me you don Wetzel doesn't have the same name recognition as Thomas Edison or Steve Jobs but he's an inventor to and it turns out his irritation with waiting in line lit to a creation that route solution is the financial sector it is also completely changed the daily routines of ordinary people around the world before I met on I had a certain image have him in my mind I rang the doorbell expecting to me a slick self-important inventor guy but then ninety year old on welcomed me into the Cozy Dallas home he shares with his wife Eleanor and I realized Don wasn't the Elon Musk type I had imagined thank you don was like the friendliest grandpa you've ever met I sat with Don and eleanor in their living room which was filled with comfy pillows smiling photos of their twelve children no that's okay the clocks are kind of fitting though because don understands the value of time in fact was that feeling of wasted time back in nineteen sixty eight that led to his life changing idea while I was in line it seems to me a teller's job mostly is cashing checks and taking deposits so I just got the idea that yeah I think a machine could do that that's right don had just dreamed up the ATM the Automated Teller Machine that liens upon millions of busy people use every day nowadays the idea of an ATM seems really obvious but Don faced a lot of resistance when he first pitched the yeah on the Board of our company there was a banker he thought it was dumbest idea he had ever heard he said yes that board member wasn't entirely crazy there had been earlier attempts automated bank machines and they've all failed including one that took deposits its inventor Luther Symbian lamented the only people using the machine were prostitutes and gamblers who didn't want to deal with the teller face to face the genius of Don's ATM is that it on the trust of millions of regular customers who loved it's convenience you know everybody prefers to getting done quicker in you know the ATM was quick an easy way anybody could use an ATM really because it's very simple stick to Cardin key in your pin number and Bingo here comes the money if you got it in the Bank of course by now in hindsight can you see that this started you know in some ways a revolution of convenience well I never thought of it that way really and I felt like we could sell for thousands each machines think there might have been four thousand just in the in the airport where I was just dfw today l. let the latest report that I heard throughout the world is they estimated there was one point three million ATM's installed nowadays yeah but the real success of the ATM according to Dawn is it improves people's well-being it gets them out of those annoying lines it just made sense the shakes a bit more free time is something we all need and don't simple idea has probably freed up millions possibly billions of hours the world over would it turns out there's an awful downside to all this convenience and save time one that are lying minds don't even realize Don West Dell's intuition was that most people want a bit of extra free time then it'll make us happier and the science backs him up simply put we all feel way too busy today many of us experience what scientists call time famine were literally starving for time and that famished feeling has a negative effect on our wellbeing in fact people who report feeling short on time are more likely to be depressed anxious and less happy than people who feel like they have lots of free time colleges have even come up with a term for that amazing feeling you get when say a meeting is cancelled and you suddenly have a free hour you didn't expect we call it time after wits and those rare moments when we feel wealthy and time can make us feel amazing it's one of the reasons every once in a while I sometimes surprise my Yale students by canceling my happiness class and their reaction show just how important a little unexpected time off can be one student even burst into tears he said it was the first time she had an hour off all semester she'd almost forgotten.

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"mistakenly" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"mistakenly" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Mistakenly thought she was in her own home and that he was an intruder let's go to KYW radio realtime traffickers Tracey Taylor so keep an eye on the drive times and we're looking at forty five minutes from federal way to two comma twenty three minutes from rented the Auburn and our drive from Seattle to ever it sitting at fifty two minutes we are building up on north on a five outside of the north gate and working its way into the mount lake terrace area once again as we get closer to a hundred forty eight the drivers are hidden bumper to bumper traffic after the billing freeway at the past highway till a lock up on north on four oh five something tells me that something going on here out near the ball flavor highway because things are really slow down and quickly for that matter outside a totem lake heading out to the boss liver highway in some back ups on south and four oh five outside of Bellevue they are still working with the crash investigation and that's on the ramp rather from well as to what southbound one six seven it is blocking all of those lanes and so drivers are forcing themselves over two of the West Valley highway and that's where we're seeing some really ugly delays theirself any five really picking up up south center hello leaving highway eighteen but rather to come is pretty much the norm as we get closer to to comment on the building outside a Lakeland Dr it brought to you by Amazon holiday hiring an Amazon starts now earn fifteen dollars an hour or more no resume no previous experience required find your opportunity at Amazon dot com slash fly Amazon is an equal opportunity employer Tara radio real time traffic and Tracy Taylor was the upper fifties for thirty was scattered showers breezy conditions in chance of evening thunderstorms from the cars have been pinpoint weather center I'm meteorologist clear Anderson.

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"mistakenly" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"mistakenly" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Who lack. True. It's not true. It's, it's like winning doesn't even mean anything anymore. It's you're making me facing F-A-S-T crisis hits intimate if you ever consider that maybe that's exactly. Good. Keep playing the game. Anyway. All right. Let me tell you exactly what did happen just to give you the real story because it's actually fascinating why there's a panhandle. So we have to keep in mind. There were four major players involved. We have England France we have Spain. We have America now before the American revolution. You had England with the colonies that would become the United States of America. You had Spain that owned a Florida and that went as far could have gone, as far west as the Mississippi, you had friends that own the Louisiana territory that was much of the midwest and the south of the what would become the United States of America? Now, Franson Spain were sort of in disagreement of where that border was along the southern edge the Gulf Coast, and they eventually decided that Purdue river was the unofficial border, which is between mobile bay, and Pensacola, Florida. And so they decided that was the border, but. Then whole bunch of different stuff happened England won the seven years war. They took over Florida from Spain than Spain gave the Louisiana territory to or France gave the Louisiana territory territory to Spain. This is what happens when they do the renaissance festival. So Spain, they'll has the Louisiana territory. England now has Florida England extends the Florida border all the way up to the Mississippi. So now the Florida's panhandle reaches much further to the west. All right. All right. Then America is revolting you could argue frequently throughout its history, but it ends up winning the revolutionary war. England loses Florida goes back to Spain. So now Spain owns Florida. But now the border goes all the way to the Mississippi Spain gives the Louisiana territory back to France, which turns around and sells it to the Americans. This would be really helpful with a whiteboard. Well, here's or a lot of red string. So here's what the Americans do they say, well, we're buying Louisiana territory, but what we're going to do is we're going to refer to Louisiana, Tori, Tori back when this map was drawn where the Padilla river is the border. Okay. So the essentially, tell Spain Ono we bought Louisiana territory from like three times before Spain said, no. And then America's into bunch of troops down to the Gulf Coast in Spain said, all right. Fine a few years later. Spain ends up surrendering Florida to the United States, and that is why Florida has a panhandle album has a very limited Gulf Coast. Well said, we'll sit you know, I've always it's fascinating. Because I think where I got I got tripped up is, as soon as you were talking about the original size of the colony of Georgia. I know part of that is true. All right. Five. That's true. Yes. But I probably should have listened. Better. Once you. Parts to the rest of it's got I should probably not treat these very important questions the way I treat group emails, or any conversation with me. Honestly. That's not true. I listened pretty pretty indepth. You know, I'm I have my finger on the pulse of the giant Strickland aspect of your life. By the way. Congratulations on wrapping up the renaissance festival. Thank you. Thank you. I. I think it added about five years to the age than I already am or perhaps, you could say subtracted them from the end of my life, I get you right around the edge, you were supposed to be for your character, though. Because that's what. Right around the was when he died. Yes. Well. Vitamins, nez look, you have unfortunate news. You can't die yet. Nolan I and all our friends listening at home. Need to at least get a little bit out of the whole right, right? Yes, I, I don't know. All right. But it's, it's like it's fine. I was actually going to give you the true one originally. And then I thought, well, this one's it's so convoluted. But it's obviously true. Yeah. And we've been we've been exploring, I think you said this at, that's what we've been exploring a lot of stuff about boundaries, and borders recently. So this, this was an excellent question. And you know, one of these days were gonna get one writing. It's also it also really illustrates. How how this is a sticky sticky situation. Even when you're looking at borders between two areas in the same country. There's, there's other stories about states that have had border disputes that had to be settled by congress when they were actually establishing the states. Yeah. Like the Ohio Michigan exactly like, like Ohio Michigan, and that, that little thin sliver who owns that. Yes. Yes. Owns toledo. So thank you so much for coming on the show. Jonathan I without giving spoilers. You got a lot of iron in the fire right now where can people visit to learn more about you? You're working your shows now certainly you can go to tech stuff podcast dot com to look at the more than one thousand episodes of tech stuff recorded over the last eleven years, that recent one thousand it's almost up to twelve hundred now okay because I, I remember as I hit a thousand last year. That's right. Actually two years ago. But yes, it's. We've been doing a lot of interesting work, especially around artificial intelligence ethics and things that need another historically oriented. But I would recommend if you have any interest in the ethics of technology, there's been quite a few episodes about that recently antastic, and I know all of that, when I come on here Creighton, great keep keep your character's, like off offspring song, right them separate, exactly. But hey, hey, don't pay. No mind as we were saying earlier, this is the end of the episode but not the show in the conversation continues a we want to hear your thoughts, you can find us all on Instagram, Facebook and not twitch. That's that's the thing you did. But Witter which is a different thing. That sounds similar Twitter is my new platform that I'm starting Twitter painted sort of twitch Twitter hybrid. Exactly that is a I have physical tick that will make me an ideal. Fluence on Twitter. You can get on the ground floor. Excellent. I like fitter. It's the start up. I have. That's it. Overlays your favorite GPS devices and gives you driving instructions in old English. So it's, it's a great prank.

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"mistakenly" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"mistakenly" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"This fort on its seven to save list in two thousand nine around up at risk stork sites that need help. And according to Katie piece communications director of the preservation league of New York state, there are no current plans to rehabilitate, the site it joins the ranks of other historical places and objects of significance like the gunboat Spitfire, which was part of the American fleet that contributed to the Saratoga victory in seventeen seventy seven or the John van Heusen house, which looks worse for wear but is a early. Eighteenth century sample of Dutch set. Along the Hudson. The plumb Bronson house inches also just rapidly deteriorating and the magdala Nyland, which has an ancient past, as a stopping place for native American populations or first nations and Europeans came later. The historic south street, seaport, the burden ironworks museum. Those are the seven, but there are many, many more. And when you look around, whether it's in the US, or in other countries, I'm sure there's no shortage of decaying pieces of history that should be preserved if you've ever driven through Tennessee yellow bed, but not not not not a time. Give me the scoop, Tennessee is there must be some government programme. I can say this. I have family there. There must be some government programme to make sure that every body has at least one to two decanes Barnes in their fields and you can even see when you drive on the interstate. But I'm always. Baffled by that, you know what I mean because these barns are in use, but they're ready for one match to make them. Very similar to driving some of the rural roads in, in Georgia like between Atlanta and Athens, for example, or Gusta an Athens, lots of big open fields with just a single ramshackle barn in the middle. And it looks like it's leaning kind of at a candid angle like it could fall down with just a light breath of wind wire aggress countries, especially if you drive this example, for people who don't know how big this state is, especially driving from Atlanta to savannah, down on Georgia's small Atlantic coast. Have you made that drive? I have it's been a minute, at the long long and it's not a particularly exciting for some people. But it's what, how long does it towers from here to savannah, Atlanta. I believe it's about six hours. Six hours. Yeah. Six long hours of full of full of history and full of things that look the worst for wear. This episode of ridiculous. History is brought to by navy. Federal Credit Union navy federal has a mission to put.

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"mistakenly" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"mistakenly" Discussed on WGN Radio

"John I mistakenly referred to the bears kicker is Cody Parker there in the headlines mistake. I should have said parkey. He's in the process of changing it. But it's not official yet. Money on WGN. The Dow's up one hundred thirty nine points this afternoon. The NASDAQ up eighty two and the s&p five hundred up twenty three checking in at the Merck. Nearby. Cattle contract up a dollar forty five hogs down twelve cents trends in today's green trade. We down a half a penny corn unchanged. Soybeans up two cents. We'll have the settlement prices coming up an hour from now WGN sports, the Blackhawks host Calgary tonight. The pre game with Chris Boden at seven John Wiedeman and Troy Murray have the face off seven thirty. It's all right here on seven twenty WGN. And wgnradiOcom course, the American college football championship tonight, Alabama. And Clemson a kickoff of seven o'clock now look at traffic. Here's Violeta podrumedic. The Edens just about nineteen minutes either way between lake cook road and the junction over on the Kennedy. It's a half hour either way between O'Hare in downtown. The Eisenhower is starting to build outbound trip is forty minutes from the old post office to three ninety that's some slow traffic between central and first avenue. Inbound side is thirty two. This Stevenson is doing well at thirty eight minutes either way between three fifty five in lake shore drive, and if you're headed out on the Dan Ryan twenty two minutes from downtown to ninety five no delays inbound at sixteen four personalized traffic on demand. Get the Traffix Chicago app approved by the mortgage experts of team hockberg just search T R A F F, I X Chicago. I'm.

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"mistakenly" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"mistakenly" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"Okay, cats. An argument. All right argument to people argument. It could be said it's raining cat. Nope, that doesn't work. Not really arguing about that. Oh, well, that I mean, cats cats are often in alleys and they'll get into a fight with other cats. And that's an argument or cats, arguments that feel argument has something to do with. Actually piecing logic. Oh, that kind of argument. I was thinking argument like when people argue with each other and you're saying like argument like a a, like a formal. Yeah. But even when people argue with each other, like cats, don't do that. I see what you're saying. Mistakenly using it as a cinnamon, cinnamon cinnamon for flight. Anyway, wait, let's I'll do then this cats and space, which are to another word that came up on that no arguments, fine. I'm just trying to think of how to sew logical arguments. People. They will argue with each other using words in sometimes that argument will get loud. And they sound like cats. Yeah, that works. All right. Let's to more of these. This is awful, but let's keep doing them. Because it's easier than the other ones for sure. Cracker and jewel cracker jewel will, as we all know jewel is from Alaska which is full of crackers. I would imagine, and I bet jewel likes crackers. They're nice. They're good for your throat. You know, when you're singing that's not true at all. So you'll probably hates crackers. I'm of course talking about jewel the center, but was I supposed to be talking about just a jewel as you said you can choose, okay. Yeah, God, we need to take some improv classes. All right. Here are your last two words. This shouldn't be too hard chin and dirt. Chin and dirt. Well, sometimes men especi-. Mostly men get a like a dirty. They have some some hair on their Chinni Chin-chin. It looks like they're easy. Man, you pulled it out. We are now great improvisers. Yes, man. So I'll talk. I mean, we can. We'll do it after the break, I think, but we're not taking a break quite yet, but so the one two three game is or you go three, two one. We both say a word, and then we try to come up with a word that like believes links those. And then once we both say the same word than we win. Oh, I've heard of that. Yeah. Yes. Some really hard but fun. Yes, yes, more of a game than what we've been doing. Things have been more like, yeah. Sizes. Yeah, yeah. This one is five things. This is when we're involves stages and stuff. Yeah, a lot of these camman to person improv for a podcast that's a week. That's what we need to find. I love that we're doing all this on the air. Sorry, millennials. Why would millennials not like this? I don't know. I just like, say it. Are you really? Sorry? I think most of the things that you say, sorry, on heels about they wouldn't mind at all. That's just my personal millennial opinion on telling you I've had millennials, tell me that like they don't get our references because we are too old. You ever millennials they, they've listened to the show. Yeah, yeah. Wow. Wow. Almost exclusively because everybody at work with his millennials except for old man. Michael Moore's. The president actually listen. They listen to one episode and then they're like, I don't get you guys by three. He's. I think maybe you work with on education Montiel's. Well, that's that goes without saying, it's kind of redundant, isn't it? What is sixty second alphabet? I just saw that. I'm just going to say right now. I cannot say the sixty seconds because I always get lost around q.. Yeah, me too. I can say it backwards perfectly though. Oh my God. That's one of my biggest fears of being stopped by police, say the f. backwards because I can't do it. It's such a stupid. Idea any like the got to come up with a better one..

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"mistakenly" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"mistakenly" Discussed on KGO 810

"To read through this i start reading through it again you know me i like to read really weird arcane stuff to my eyes glazed over i'm like yeah that's what the insurance company has to deal with that they get to figure out what all this is and deal with it but there's a problem in that isn't there but i just go yeah the insurance has to figure out because they're gonna go kind of charges in there that aren't valid were acts not not intentionally but mistakenly were attributed to our account i mean there are a lot of issues why we need to be able to understand our hospital bills well yeah and that's on the one hand just simply being a good consumer means you need to be making informed decisions which means you need good solid plain english information but moreover there was a study out last year showing that ninety percent of us hospital bills contain at least a minor air could be a minor air commute major air and that results in sixty eight billion dollars worth of either overcharges or being charged for treatments you didn't receive or any which way i mean the onus is completely on the patient to be on top of that to make sure that the bills are accurate and fair and yet it's not a level playing field because you're going to get a bill that is rife with codes and abbreviations and and a lack of any sort of explanation for why a charge is so high and it's all kind of like the honor system and like you i read my bills in fact my column today i mentioned how i went into a hospital not that long ago just to get some simple training for my brand new insulin pump i have type one diabetes you know none of.

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"mistakenly" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"mistakenly" Discussed on RobinLynne

"On the tax bill giving republicans a major boost in momentum to get the measure across the finish line for the american people mccain's role in killing the repeal of obamacare over the summer had to give liberals some hole he would stop his party again but it doesn't look like that's going to happen having been exceptionally reproach full of senator mccain previously it is fitting now dupree's him on his choice to help the republican tax bill presently on the offchance that he'll simply remain in good shape with respect to future republican activities the left mistakenly trust that be legislature will make a superior show awaiting with regards to than working americans in spending the cash thus their adoration four confiscatory taxation this bail communicate it's the republican conviction that american laborers in the economy do best when caches left in private hands the tax reform bill is a win for president trump and the republicans in any case much more essentially it as a win four working americans who will get the opportunity to keep a greater amount of their income of what are you thank you i think it's a terrific idea mccain knows they're they're they're on their the democrats are on their way out anna chuck schumer can uh kicking screen moley wants it's a done deal the american people have spoken when they elected trump to represent them let me know what you guys think in the comments below again thank you so much.

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"mistakenly" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"mistakenly" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"On the tax bill giving republicans a major boost in momentum to get the measure across the finish line for the american people mccain's role in killing the repeal of obamacare over the summer had to give liberals some hole he would stop his party again but it doesn't look like that's going to happen having been exceptionally reproach full of senator mccain previously it is fitting now dupree's him on his choice to help the republican tax bill presently on the offchance that he'll simply remain in good shape with respect to future republican activities the left mistakenly trust that be legislature will make a superior show awaiting with regards to than working americans in spending the cash thus their adoration four confiscatory taxation this bail communicate it's the republican conviction that american laborers in the economy do best when caches left in private hands the tax reform bill is a win for president trump and the republicans in any case much more essentially it as a win four working americans who will get the opportunity to keep a greater amount of their income of what are you thank you i think it's a terrific idea mccain knows they're they're they're on their the democrats are on their way out anna chuck schumer can uh kicking screen moley wants it's a done deal the american people have spoken when they elected trump to represent them let me know what you guys think in the comments below again thank you so much.

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"mistakenly" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"mistakenly" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"We have been mistakenly calling miss the sea china a we have mistakenly calling this the steel dossier the entire time i'm about to make the case to you this was not the steel dossier this was the clinton dossier in other words the information they needed to nail carter page because they needed a fallguy and karlin in these other guys are know exactly who carter pages the information they needed was not even produced by the people who they said produced it much of the information was fed to them by clinton could sigli ares themselves pure political actors hold lee we're going to make that case in the second i'll give a joe joe is like a professional he has all these signals for like stop ready for that yeah there is no also brought to you by worries that i target you know i love these guys that i target you know anybody could shoot a firearm right the question is can you shoot it accurately competitive shooters they dry fire right meaning fire the weapon with no rounds at narrative practice the trigger poll site lime and equal light on both sides their grip the reader you've got a grip at the right way to the firearm they try fire ten times more than they live fire why we used to do with the secret service because dry firing your firearm is a great way to practice your marksmanship now safety safety safety check in a loaded weapon check it twice check it three times look look in the chamber make sure it's empty feel inside the chamber with that pinkie not your thumb make sure it's empty and the i target pro system what they will do is they will sell you this is a a terrific product hey will sell you a laser bullet it goes right in the chamber you don't have to do anything special to fire me of now just tell them the calibre yet forty caliber chief these seven sake nine millimeter 38 doesn't matter they will.

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"mistakenly" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"mistakenly" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Different conclusion that will a late some people and anger some people gates went on to say attacks against the credibility of the fbi come from both sides of the aisle muller was the longestserving director of the bureau sense jedburg who were nominated by president bush had given a twoyear extension under president obama in the midst of the shakeup at the bureau new questions after kidnapping victim in texas was mistakenly shot and killed by agents miguel almaguer explains when the fbi raided this home in houston the kidnapping victim they were trying to rescue was shot and killed charging documents say the hostage was bound when the extraction team burst in gutting him down in the chaos i'm having to explain to the family uh what happened to the victim and i have no information police say you lisztes valladeres was home with his 12yearold son when two men forced their way in ransacked the house tied up the boy and laugh with the victim claiming to be a part of a mexican drug cartel the suspects demanded a twenty thousand dollar ransom from the victim's family saying they would kill him if they weren't pay gain knowing that would happen right now of seoul police tracked down the men at a motel but valladeres was tied up in a nearby home being watched by a girlfriend of one of the suspects the fbi stormed the property in mistakenly killed the hostage in the boy's father is not coming home with failed this child and and that uh is is unfortunate a rescue gone wrong the found victim shot by those trying to save him he gel almaguer nbc news investigators in toronto canada are searching planters around the city for evidence of more victims of an accused serial killer bruce macarthur was charged with three additional murders today on top of the two for last month he worked as a landscape on dozens of properties some remains have been found buried in planters and it's believe there are more victims police are looking at disappearances all the way back to twenty test in malaysia the women accused of killing north korean leader kim jong owns half brother appeared in court kim john now died after a nerve agent was smeared on his face at the kuala lumpur airport last february he was considered an outcast from the ruling family i lived in virtual exile for years a defence lawyer claims.

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"mistakenly" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"mistakenly" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"An emergency alert that mistakenly warned of an inbound ballistic missile showed many hawaii residents don't know what they're supposed to do if it was real the blunder that caused more people statewide to fear they were about to be struck by a nuclear missiles speeding scepticism about the government's ability to keep them informed in a real emergency the state remain rattled a day after the mistaken alert with blasted out the cell phones with a warning to seek immediate shelter the fcc the federal communications commission is investigating officials say somebody pushed are wrong button during a shift change and that's what sent out the alert that employee has been moved to a different job president donald trump says he's not a racist and he's not sure if the government will shut down this week the president addressed those issues and immigration briefly sunday as he arrived for his dinner at his at florida golf club i quit joe donnelly one we are running lorde jon rahm and xiaomi the no did you freeman immediately hereford jerry bailey keren heart one of shooting ground for the lord you ever now that he talked a little bit about daca and that's been tied to a deal on the budget the president saying he doesn't know if the government will shut down at the end of the week temporary government funding expires midnight friday some functions will begin shutting down unless lawmakers reach a deal president trump wants to increase spending on the military democrats want corresponding increases in other domestic spending president trump is reportedly considering sharp cuts to money sent to a united nations agency for palestinian refugees us officials say the administration could make additional donations contingent on changes to the organisation they say the president.

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"mistakenly" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"mistakenly" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Cnbc reported on thursday that mccain signalled he would vote yes on the tax bill giving republicans a major boost in momentum to get the measure across the finish line for the american people mccain's role in killing the repeal of obamacare over the summer had to give liberals some hole he would stop his party again but it doesn't look like that's going to happen having been exceptionally will approach role of senator mccain previously it is fitting now dupree's him on his choice to help the republican tax bill presently on the offchance that he'll simply remain in good shape with respect to future republican activities the left mistakenly trust that be legislature will make a superior show waiting with regards to than working americans in spending their cash thus there at adoration four confiscatory taxation this bill communicates the republican conviction that american laborers in the economy do best one caches left in private hands the tax reform bill is a win for president trump and the republicans in any case much more essentially it as a win four working americans who will get the opportunity to keep a greater amount of their income of what are you thing go i think it's a terrific idea mccain knows they're they're they're wrong they're the democrats are on their way out anna chuck schumer can uh kicking screen molly wants it's a done deal the american people have spoken when they elected trump to represent them let me know what you guys think in the comments below again thank you so much for watching.

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"mistakenly" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"mistakenly" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Cnbc reported on thursday that mccain signalled he would vote yes on the tax bill giving republicans a major boost in momentum to get the measure across the finish line for the american people mccain's role in killing the repeal of obamacare over the summer had to give liberals some hole he would stop his party again but it doesn't look like that's going to happen having been exceptionally will approach role of senator mccain previously it is fitting now dupree's him on his choice to help the republican tax bill presently on the offchance that he'll simply remain in good shape with respect to future republican activities the left mistakenly trust that be legislature will make a superior show waiting with regards to than working americans in spending their cash thus there at adoration four confiscatory taxation this bill communicates the republican conviction that american laborers in the economy do best one caches left in private hands the tax reform bill is a win for president trump and the republicans in any case much more essentially it as a win four working americans who will get the opportunity to keep a greater amount of their income of what are you thing go i think it's a terrific idea mccain knows they're they're they're wrong they're the democrats are on their way out anna chuck schumer can uh kicking screen molly wants it's a done deal the american people have spoken when they elected trump to represent them let me know what you guys think in the comments below again thank you so much for watching.

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