21 Burst results for "Mister Smith"
"mister smith" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
"Good at that. It's 27.5 a good APR. Perfect. Yeah, you can handle it. I was getting ripped off. I thought 27.5 that were 96 months was pretty good deal for a car with tender. A 120,000 miles on it. That's a good deal, man. I'm sorry, I was gonna run with these cut the hacksaw again. Oh, you better stay away from that Cadillac converter. I knew it should be my idiot since the morning of her babysitting you. Thank you. Thank you, Donny. Okay, thanks to the Willie griswold school of mathematics. Mike Trout. Roughly makes a quarter of a $1 million per regular season game. 66, $67,000 per at bat. Oh, wow. Wow. Or $25,000 in any. Pretty cool. Cool. Yeah. Yeah. It's what the market will there. Right. You're only worth whatever. Someone will pay. That's right. Chrissy, the money has to go somewhere. They make so much money. What about teachers? What about people who do good things in the world? Have you ever seen a teacher hit a home run? As soon as teacher hits a home run, I catch it with a beer, take a bite of my hot dog. I'll give you a $1 million. All right. I didn't have any teachers that would have done very well in sports. What about you, Tom? Did you have anyone? Oh yeah. Yeah, I did too. I had a couple really, really good athletes. Man and women. A couple of football coaches thought, I think. But they weren't there now. Our football coach was a really great guy. And we had a little trick we would do with him. Because he was also, he was also a great American. And I'm not kidding. But if you were bored during math, you'd go, mister Smith. Did you ever use trigonometry while you were operating that gun aboard the ship? That was a good hour. Get some good stories. Some great stories. And the answer is, yes, you did. Oh, really? I still couldn't figure out trigonometry, but yeah, we had some great Americans that were teaching us and some really good athletes. But yeah, lots of different times. One guy's daughter went to the Olympics. Is that right? Cole Jim, Jim Fleming, right? Wow. Peggy's dad? No. Little Margaret? No? No. More sports coming up, including her own take a look at brine time. We're gonna have a little brine time. Victor Fleming. Hugo, what am I thinking of? Coming up weird story involving mutilation of cows in Texas really crazy. We
"mister smith" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"Successful airline based actually in the north of England. And so similar job to what I was doing in the previously at the previous airline, but with a far far lesser commute than I used to do. So that's my potted history. Brilliant. Brilliant. And that's it, really, unless you have a final sort of handover. Nope, not at all. It's nice to pass on with a bit of feedback. I've been thinking to myself for quite a while that it was time I did some feedback, it's been quite a considerable amount of time. So it's been great to actually see Nick face to face to do this feedback because directly to the show. So that's me. So thanks very much to all APG's still a fantastic still a fantastic podcast keeps me going on my I still do have to commute. So back to you in the studio, Jeff. Thanks a lot. Thank you. Thank you for the throw. And obviously he had been drinking all those nice things you said about captain Nick at the end, especially understand why you were saying all those bad things about the people that live up there in Yorkshire. I didn't realize you. Had him sitting across from you. That makes sense now. Absolutely. Yeah, it was a very pleasant time. And the talk went down very well. And how it looked after us looked after me, extremely well. He was a lovely guy and a great host. And it was great to see grena again because he reminded me that we had flown together. In the tornado. And I had to have a look in my log book. And there are the two flights I did with him, may the 22nd, and 19 91, I think it was. And we're in tornado a three and mister Smith, you know, we've seen the matrix. You know, there's mister Smith and mister randa soon. We made a good crew, didn't we? Yeah. Anyway. We didn't have a QI pilot who would normally do the dual checks to let you go live in Erdoğan on the flag. But gritter had to come up and do that for us. We saw we borrowed him from his squadron, which was down south at the time. So we flew together twice. The first time was DNC. Duty not carried out because when we got to the flag, it was flying at about 45 50° because the weight had probably fallen off the bottom of the spreader bar. And the flag has to be upright. Otherwise, your distance perception becomes a problem. And you're likely to fly into it or and it's very hard to hit. It's not flying upright. That is so I think that's why we've been the first one anyway. They dumped that flag and probably in the North Sea I expect. And we went off again in the afternoon and had another go. But he passed me, so that was good. So that was fun to be reminded of that. And he was a lovely guy. Thoroughly enjoyed our few hours together. Yeah. So all together, that was my last few days. Very pleasant indeed. But it's been a bit of a ration now I'm looking forward to a couple of weeks with that too much to do. Excellent. Enjoy this retirement thing, you know? Oh yeah, I need to time off. It's a good behavior. Just really quickly, I might have more information hang on before we do that. I was just going to say that I just flew, I picked up a trip. And it was a three day, two leg trip. Sunday Night flew out to up to Harrisburg and then this morning came back one flight back and so I had all day yesterday off, which I used to finish up the editing of the last episode and publishing it. And now here we are on episode 5 64. And I hope to say that the first officer that I flew with is or was a U.S. well, I guess you're always a marine. U.S. Marine Corps F-18 driver pilot, of course. And even terrible. Despite that, he was actually a nice guy. Just wanted to throw that out there. You didn't have to ask him, what he did before, did you? He just came out and told you. Actually, he was not, as egocentric as most of the fighter pilots that I know, like captain no, I'm just kidding. He didn't volunteer that information immediately. I mean, it was probably at least 5, ten minutes into our relationship. Anyway, really a great time spent with him. We had a really nice dinner at the hotel. It was a steakhouse situation a pretty good one there in Harrisburg that is right at the hotel and I really enjoyed that. All right. So now let's talk about the cover art from the last episode, flying high. Referring to the what was it called the duel the tandem error tandem bike error something or other but yeah, I'm very unfortunate incident with a couple of guys who they discovered had him buy. Neither in the qualified to do what they were doing. And they had been imbibing in substances, which is best not to have in your system. That's kind of frowned upon. But you know, it's interesting that you found this photo of them right before they crashed. I must get a pair of those goggles. They look great fun. They do look. Yeah, and I'm still trying to work out how that tandem actually works. How does it fly? I don't know, it's interesting that the guy's right shoe is quite different than his left shoe. Obviously the drugs affect his decision making choice of shoes. He's put our shoes up. This mid journey thing is interesting how it kind of comes up with these images. Yeah, I correct some of them. And if you counted their fingers. Yeah, the fingers are no thumbs. Just think 5 things. 5 fingers. Interesting. Strange place. Very good. I'm enjoying playing with it. And that's what he said. Oh, big journey. I'm sorry. I misunderstood. I did see the show information. The show number on the top collar of the T-shirt of the guy in the back. The instructor, yes. The Gibb, the instructor pilot. Okay. The instructor that was not qualified to be a destruction. I don't make it too hard, otherwise people stop looking. That's not what you want to hear her say. Okay.
"mister smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Client, why do something like that? That's supposed to be protected by the work product privilege. That's why that privilege is given heightened protection. So it's highly unusual that the word product privilege would be eroded by this crime projection. And it may at the end of the day help mister smith proved charges against mister Trump. Does it seem as if this could actually be the centerpiece of an obstruction case? Absolutely. It very well could be. You mentioned the speed at which the appellate court handled this. Why do you think they saw that Need for Speed? Well, a challenge to a government action is usually put to the front of the docket because there's a grand jury of citizens that's already been convened in the grand jury is already meeting and you try to avoid delays. Trying to avoid an erosion of what's known as judicial economy, which is sort of a technical way of saying don't waste to citizen time who are fulfilling their duty as grandeur. But I think there's something more than that. And I think that there's a fear that either the evidence will disappear or that there are some type of national security aspect or other law enforcement aspect that's going on said if there was a danger of bullish to the public when it affect other criminal investigations on either mister Trump or others. And so that's probably why the appellate court acted with the speed that it did. So if Trump did use one of his lawyers to further criminal activity in line with the crime fraud exception, does that indicate that there was obstruction? I think that that's a fair indication that obstruction occurred and that Jack Smith is likely to pursue that as a criminal charge in the future. To me, it's telling. I mean, I can't say that for a certainty, but it's really telling. When Trump loses in court, he almost always appeals to a higher court. He could have appealed here and asked for an AmBank panel of the D.C. circuit court or he could have appealed to the Supreme Court, are you surprised that he did not appeal this decision? Yeah
"mister smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Us. There's no way we're going to call this white man. Or my client, why do something like that? That's supposed to be protected by the work product privilege. That's why that privilege is given heightened protection. So it's highly unusual that the work product privilege would be eroded by this crime product section. And it may at the end of the day help mister smith proved charges against mister Trump. Does it seem as if this could actually be the centerpiece of an obstruction case? Absolutely. It very well could be. You mentioned the speed at which the appellate court handled this. Why do you think they saw that Need for Speed? Well, a challenge to a government action is usually put to the front of the docket because there's a grand jury of citizens that's already been convened and the grand jury is already meeting and you try to avoid delays and try to avoid an erosion of what's known as judicial economy, which is sort of a technical way of saying, don't waste the citizens time who are fulfilling their duty as grandeur. But I think there's something more than that. And I think that there's a fear that either the evidence will disappear or that there are some type of national security aspect or other law enforcement aspect that's going on that if there was a danger of village to the public when it affect other criminal investigations on either mister Trump or others. And so that's probably why the appellate court acted with the speed that it did. So if Trump did use one of his lawyers to further criminal activity in line with the crime fraud exception, does that indicate that there was obstruction? I think that that's a fair indication that obstruction occurred and that Jack Smith is likely to pursue that as a criminal charge in the future. To me, it's telling. I mean, I can't say that for a certainty, but it's really telling. When Trump loses in court, he almost always appeals to a higher court. He could have appealed here and asked for an AmBank panel of the D.C. circuit court or he could have appealed to the Supreme Court, are you surprised that he did not appeal this decision? Yeah
"mister smith" Discussed on WTOP
"Com today and schedule your free in home estimate We have breaking news on WTO P, Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner have been subpoenaed by the special counsel investigation of former president Donald Trump's effort to overturn the 2020 election results. The New York Times reports that special counsel Jack Smith is demanding the pair testify before a federal grand jury. This news comes just two weeks after mister Smith subpoenaed former vice president Mike Pence. Mister Pence plans to fight the subpoena by arguing that his former role as president of the Senate shields him from certain Justice Department demands. Keep it here on WTO P, we will bring you more on this developing story. For 11, we now know the transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg will be traveling to east Palestinian Ohio tomorrow a day after former president Trump's visit to that area. CBS senior investigative correspondent Catherine herridge joins us live on Skype hello, Catherine. Hi, thanks as always for having me. Thanks for being here. So you've been investigating this derailment in Palestinian. What are you learning? We've been working with the environmental advocate Erin Brockovich and she's had a number of whistleblowers come forward and in one case they provided documents to her. It's an internal document from the EPA regional office in Chicago to the Norfolk Southern railway company and the key thing here is the timeline. It was written on February 10th and it talks about these toxic chemicals either known to have been or continue to be released into the air, the surface soils and the water. And that does not sync up with the public claims from the governor two days earlier that it was safe for residents to return to east Palestinian. One of the many questions here was whether or not there was an option to contain the chemicals rather than burn them. Was there indeed an option here? Well, Erin Brockovich said that she'd heard through a number of whistleblowers that there was an option to try and contain the materials to sort of in effect suction them out from the railcars. But in instead, what she told us is this hole was dug, and then the fire was started and in her view, contaminating the water table. And that this decision up front is what has made this spill into derailment so much worse and sort of the critical question from our point of view is was this a decision that was made in isolation by the real company or was it done in concert with the state or the federal authorities? Catherine also today there's a new report that physical attacks on the U.S. power grid rose 71% over the past couple of years. More serious incidents are even expected this year. Can you dive into that for us? So we first got an FBI, what's called a sort of situational awareness report in January that was circulated to state and local law enforcement. And it confirmed, in my view for the first time that there are dozens of open FBI investigations into attacks on the power grid in more than a dozen states. So what explains it? They're seeing theft. They're seeing arson, they're seeing tampering and then also shooting, like this alleged plot in Baltimore recently. And in many cases, they think these are opportunistic or criminal, but of course we all understand that when these groups are successful and there's an ideological component, it takes on even greater ramifications. Catherine good to talk to you again. Thanks so much. Thank you. Catherine herridge, CBS senior investigative correspondent. It's four 14
"mister smith" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"The pride of Transylvania or so there anthem says conference league time Rory. Oh, we're saving the best till last, where we're also. In the playoff rounds and you are salivating at the prospect of cluj's game, which pits the mighty railway men in there, wait a burgundy. Each room's Lazio. What do you like about this one, mister Smith? I think that's an interesting team at the moment. They are the place that Mauricio sarri landed after his misadventures at Chelsea and the Juventus. They seem to have taken to his methods far better than either of those teams did that if you watch Lazio when they're on son and obviously because they're not a kind of elite super elite team. They don't have 25 world class players to draw on. There are times when they are slightly less than perfect. But when they're on Sunday are brilliant to watch and they took melana park a few weeks ago in Serie A, just a wonderful display of swift breathtaking attacking football. And I do just wonder whether Lazio could be the sort of profile of team. And we're still learning what profile of team wins the Europa conference league, which is all we know so far is that it's Roma. So that's the only time we've got to go on that teams from Rome do well in the conference league. So my theory is that Lazio might win at this time just because Rome did it last year and because they seem to have that right kind of balance where they are capable of putting on scintillating attacking performances. But they are at the same time deeply flawed. And that's what you want from your conference league teams. Roll on deep floors, Lazio versus CFR 1907 cluj at the study of Olympic O Thursday, 3 p.m. Eastern Time, lazy, of course, slight outsiders in the entertaining Syria title race. And if you've not seen it, do check out the goal, Pedro scored against Verona two weekends ago. That man will always be underappreciated, but with a special place in my heart before we close, we simply can't kick things back off in 2023, about a quick word for bodo glimpse. Give the people what they want, BG, house polish third places, lack poznan in their qualifier. I love a polish team that sounds like a clear my throat, not once, but twice in quick succession and the Norwegian Elliot Syrian is still in between seasons. It doesn't kick off until April. So godspeed, fingers crossed, a boys can shake off all those icy cobwebs. And that will do it for the European football today, Rory though, before we go. How about a tiny crevice of insight on the food scene in Rome, the eternal city, if we were there tonight, what delicious culinary delights would we feast upon in that ancient city? Well, I mean, there's so many choices. I can't name one. My favorite areas of Rome are Monty, which is kind of behind the back of the coliseum and trust ever, which is the trendy bars, atmosphere, traditional kind of Roman scene, but the piece of the single piece of food that I think about when I think of Rome is from a bakery around the bat of the Piazza navona. And I don't know what the bakery was told. I think it was just called fauna, which means bakery in Italian. And it was a kind of piece of tomato bread that had been twisted around. And they threaded cheese and Parma ham through it. And I spent 6 weeks in Rome, one summer when I was younger and carefree. And I think I ate about three a day. And I still miss them. I still really miss them. I can't remember what they're called. Possibly tortilla, that might be what they're called. So if you're in Rome, go around the back of the Piazza Navalny, look for a sign that says fauna and ask for a tortilla in it is a guarantee, it's simple, straightforward. It's got ham in it. That's all they need. You can take the boy out leads. You can't take the lead telephone. Essentially, Italian pie. Do you have anything that's like a pasty? No, it's not. It's not a pasty. It's a bread product. It is. Is it near the totty mural? So no, so Monty is where the totty mural is, and there is a brilliant little restaurant that I went to in Monte when I went to see the toti mural. I would recommend that our team mural, which is your guaranteed to see it either when it's been restored or defaced. Because it is restored into face in this wonderful kind of changing of the season. Yeah. It's like the moon. So some weeks you go and his face is there and some weeks you go and the Lazio fans have been kind of scrub it out. Dinner with the view and some defaced totty. It doesn't get much better. By the way, if you can ever eat under a Mourinho mural, just be careful, you're guaranteed to get a kick in the shins and your wallet stole the room need to say this, home to one of my favorite single restaurants in the entire world, Russia. Get a reservation ahead of time, sit in the basement in the wine cellar, Rory, one of these days, we will eat anchovies there together. It's incredible to be back in action with you, Rory Smith. There is so much for us to unpack in this second half of the season. I'm chomping at the bit, you are beautiful human being. Letting us borrow your gigantic braid for the last hour. It has been a pleasure mate. I'm glad to be back with you. You beautiful blow. We'll be back next week after the first leg of our competitions as always. Find them all exclusively on demand on paramount plus. Remember, new subscribers can get a one month free trial now by going to paramount plus dot com
"mister smith" Discussed on Accelerate Your Business Growth
"Okay, and then we made it even more specific by having him put in his calendar exactly who he was going to call each during each session so that he didn't even in the busy day have to think about finding the phone number. He could do that at a different time and just get it in there. So we just removed all the barriers to making those calls. I'm going to solve problems. I'm a call mister Smith. I'm going to call miss Jones. I'm going to, I'm going to rock their day. I'm going to help them out. Right? Much different conversation than I have to make cold marketing calls. Well, the other thing that's really interesting to me about that is that what he's doing is breaking it down into separate steps, yes. Like preparing himself, getting all the non scary stuff done, so to speak. So that he's exactly. Yeah. Yeah, so I call that setting yourself up for success. And there's a couple of pieces that are really important in that. One is enabling your routine and your environment to support your productivity. So the routine, let's talk about that. And routines are habits. Some habits are good, some habits are not so good, like the procrastination habit. So what we start to do when I work more closely with people is let's pull apart that procrastination habit and let's set up some routines that are going to allow you to make it easier to do that thing that feels hard to do. So if we go back to the marketing calls, you know, the example I gave was he had picked like three times in a week that he was going to make marketing phone calls, right? He was going to solve problems for new clients. And labeled it that way. And made it really clear, here's the best time of day for me to do it. It's when my energy is better for this kind of stuff. Because we really do need to sequence things that matches up with the energy in our brain, our life, our business, so that we can show up to that activity in the best way. And for him, it was about 10 o'clock in the morning. Now, I have other clients that would have picked four in the afternoon. Yeah. Right. So you have to understand your own energy here. And this is some of the deeper work that I do with people when I work with them. More closely. But understanding that, setting up the routine, so we knew it was three hours, different days of the week. When it was going to happen, it wasn't a surprise and it wasn't how am I going to get that in. It was already worked in. Okay? So that's setting up your routine. And then the next thing is setting up your environment to support productivity. So your physical space, your physical space predicts about 80% of what you're going to do, 8 zero.
"mister smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Care societies and we're taking the ABC DEF bundle, the HF bundle, and we're reimplementing it on a large scale all over the world to say the next time we have a pandemic like this, we are going to make sure that we do not abandon all of the data, which we know saves lives, reduces length of stay, cuts down costs of care and helps people survive without an acquired dementia. And so that's what we're doing to move forward both currently in the peri pandemic period of COVID because there's still hundreds of people in the ICU with COVID right now, although the numbers are way down and we're going to have another pandemic. We just need to make sure we do it more safely next time. So, doctor, we're talking about COVID in a possible future pandemic, but just in normal life, if one of our listeners, a member of their family, falls ill and requires sedation and they're in the hospital, what can people do to make sure that the sedation they're getting does follow these rules and that they're going down the right path instead of less fortunate one. First of all, if you are with a loved one who is in the ICU and on a ventilator, then you are their advocate. And I want you to know that it is okay to be their advocate and to request to be present at the bedside. These days of limited visitation should be over and they are wrong and you should challenge that and say, I need to be with my loved one because they need an advocate and they need to make eye contact with me so they can remember that they have a why to live. We can't heal people Wes with just science. It's over. We know that we have to have humanism and science. We need physical touch and that personal humanistic approach plus the science. That's how we completely heal human being. So that loved one should say I want to be around, let me listen to what you're doing and give me a lay explanation of what's happening. I will tell you what my loved one needs. I know what matters to them. And I call this Wes flipping the preposition. It's not just about what is the matter with someone. It's what matters to someone. So I have to have the family members there with me to tell me what mister Smith, what's important to him and how far I should push different types of interventions, how aggressively I should make that he wakes up every day. Should we try and get him hearing his granddaughter today? Is she the most important person who's going to help him have the reason to live? We're going to take this humanistic approach and
"mister smith" Discussed on Defocus Media
"Of having little teddy bears and pink elephants spin around, it's replaced with an iPad. Wow. There's going to come a time in short order where you and I are interviewing and adolescent and talking to them about computer computer use and digital device use. And you may say, hey, Susan, I'm just curious, when did you get your first digital device? And Susan looks back at us quizzically and says, well, Doc, I think I was about a week old. Literally the pacifier of today are these devices that are not going away and really have some significant ramifications on our eyes. So the last topic that I'm going to leave you with for this portion of the discussion because we really haven't gotten to the management piece. I'm really trying to set up the problem piece already. And so besides all the negative aspects of how the digital device age and life are challenging our eyes and a way to overstimulate them, I'm going to give you a piece of good news. And as something that you can begin to work with tomorrow, if not today, whenever we interview our patients and we pose questions to our patients, it feels best to us when we know the answer of the question that we're asking before we even ask it. That makes the conversation very simplistic. It never throws us off guard because we know what we're going to say next because we know how the patient is going to respond. And so here's the question. Because of this overstimulation and this inability to manage light effectively quite frankly, as we started this episode because it's an under discussed topic, light sensitivity is an opening of the door, pulling back the curtain of a conversation that allows you to simply bring this topic upper conversation to all patients. Simply ask something like, hey, mister Smith,
"mister smith" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"Hello, houses between Nelson Duncan coco's point. This house hangs out over the river built on piles. And the steps lead up to a trapdoor that opens into the house. The Nelson duck, that's right across the river. Okay, well, the deployment know about this map. You might know of the trapdoor. Mister Smith and he will great friends. Well, friendly, can you get with a guy? Now listen, we're building a left. Currently took the last boat out. Tonight I'm going ashore for the police. If a boat passes near enough to us in the meantime, we'll call for help. If not, I will show on the left. Be coming with me? That don't get any wrong ideas, baby. You'll have to report to the police. But crash course will be alone here guarding the gangway with two Oscars doing I do not know what. If you get scared, you might be tempted to leave this post and I can't take that chance. So you stay put, baby, because that seems
"mister smith" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"That job. No, just a long here. At the end of this game, I guess. It could be the captain's cabin right under the Wheelhouse. Yep, it's an oriental boat ship that's for certain. You must carvings on the old woodwork. I guess words wouldn't ensure this one. There it is again. No mistaking it. And this cabin, the way I figured. And now's my chance to try the door handle. Empty. But the trapdoor is open. I found it. All right. Who are you? How did you get in here? Cannons, the name, and I got in through the door. What are you doing here? You know, it's just a question I was gonna ask you. How do you come the police? Take it easy, I didn't mean to frighten you. I only official guard on the ship. I wasn't told about your presence here. In fact, I go so far as to guess that you oughtn't to be here anyway. I see. Now, suppose you tell me about it, huh? What is there to tell? Well, if you'd rather take the curly climate. You know, curly kleinman. I know only mister Smith. It was he who helped me. This much? How'd she do what? Please, no one must know of my present on board this ship. Look, I'm afraid I can't help you there. I have a responsibility. If you shouldn't be on board, then I'll have to report your presence to the proper fund. Please not that. Welcome to think of it. That did sound like a recorder playing red tape. So Saddam relax. But why don't you be missed? No, my second half is patrolling the back of this minute. As I figured, this is the captain's cabin, right? Yes. And you laying that ship's bell just now, right? Yes. Mister Smith asked me to his busy girl. And he didn't want curly climbing to know what he's busy with. I get it. It's this mud who's supposed to ring the ship's bell, isn't it? Yes, it is. But you better open up your heart, man, or I'm going to open up that door and shot for clearly. All right. I'll tell you what you wanted to know. That's my girl. At first, how did you know I was here? That French perfume, it's very expensive and to a lonely man, very alluring. I'm a watchdog and I follow the scent. You are very observant. And you're very beautiful. Okay, make with the explanation. I'm a store away. Who are you and where are you from? My name is Val de yendi. I'm half Russian. I was stranded in Taipei in north formosa without money, and with no passport. The ship was cruising in the China Sea and called a Taipei. Mister Smith was assured and I meant him. He offered to help smuggle into England. In the captain's cabin. I have used the cabin only since we adopt. Mister Smith is taking me a shot tonight. And where did you hold up during the voyage? In a spare cabin in the fourth part of the ship. A spare cabin, but nobody saw you on the whole voids from the China Sea. I see you know nothing of this ship, the Gascony. She is not seaworthy, but she has built many years ago on this slip of ammo. The stupid Harvey left his cabin, the whole voyage, most of the time neon is bunk with a bottle. All the crew were recruited from the waterfront of the east. Mister Smith and mister Klein were the only two white men aboard apart from the skipper. And what cargo she carrying. I got news for you, man. This car goes embargoed as top secret. Oh, that's impossible. What could be secret about tallow? But maybe I'll never find out. But I'll get to know you a little better in the coming few days. Life gets lonely on board an empty ship. On board? But mister Smith is taking me a short tonight. Uh uh, correction, mister Smith was taking your shorter night. My orders are to allow nobody on board except the smudge climate and two laskers. Since you're here anyway, you stay on board. So you see the positions reversed for you. I can't make contact with the shore. So here you are and here you stay until I can instruction to the contrary from mister mix Abe and the guy who employs me. But what purpose can be served by keeping me here? You
"mister smith" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"Than an old fan of hers because they're almost out of sight by the time I cad got rolling and that's the way it was across market street and all the way out there to the Marina. Her cab was pulled up in front of an apartment Jefferson street and she just got now when we slid in behind them. Hi, you want to go up together? But you said you were. I'm sorry, honey. I know it was a dirty trick, but now that's no way to be. Shut up. The gold card holder by the doorbell is to the tenants as WR Smith, mister Smith was evidently not home. The lady manager in the apartment next to his was an app of a usual license shelling and more than the usual sweet sauce, she came up with a key. Little wasn't wealthy, but he wasn't hungry either. Place had the well fixed man about Tom look right down to the last crystal martini glass in the portable bar in the living room. Next to it was a mahogany desk in which were sundry checkbooks and deposit slips indicating diddle I found a prosperous widow or I've been doing rather well at canasta. I thought Sean four in the next room sent to it after ten I wondered why when did it take a look? Maybe I was spiking like the girls said there was a tape recorder against one wall at the same time I've seen in your office Tracy with a microphone and a roll of tape and an accused of holding the microphone with one hand was Jimmy biddle and the other hand, a 38. He wasn't hurt as I'd told her. He was dead. You are listening to the weekly adventure of radio's most famous detective, Sam spade. This Sunday, there's another outstanding production by theater guild on the air. It's a one hour adaptation of the thrilling tale of intrigue and post war Vienna the third man. Joseph cotton and senior household star in this theater guild on the air broadcast, and Sunday over most of these NBC stations also means the big show. An hour and a half of the finest in comedy music and drama to Lula will be your hostess and just listen to a few of the stars. Red Allen Marlene Dietrich, Danny Thomas and Fran Warren. There will be many more too, so tune in this Sunday and every Sunday. For the big show. And now back to the middle riddle caber tonight's adventure with Sam's fade. In accordance with chapter 5 of the pirate detective's manual entitled how to keep your license, I called homicide and gave him the facts and figures, then went back to the study. Jimmy biddle was surrounded by tops like part one of a photo crying puzzle. I carefully reached over his shoulder and pressed the button on the tape recorder. My name is Jimmy peddle. The DA will remember me, we saw a lot of each other during the week after Carol Stevens hit the deck and our apartment three years ago. I just about this time of night. I fooled him then. I could probably go on fully, but I'm tired of it. I'm tired of living this way. So here it is. I knew Carol Stevens well. I was crazy about it. And I was jealous, too. That's why I killed her. I felt like I could go on and on playing hide and go seek for the rest of my life, but sooner or later this kind of thing can still have to pack around it. You gotta get rid of it. One way or another. Here he is end of reports. I routed the landlady again, and we went over the room together and helpful tight landlady. She contributed a thousand odd bits of gossip about Jimmy biddle, only one of which struck me as interesting. She'd come in this morning, she said to clean his apartment, and among other things, had wound and set the 8 day clock on the mantle, the same clock, which was now exactly four hours fast. Looking closer at the paper quarter, I saw a small label painted above one of the knobs reading more gas and Reed recording technicians. Next scene, the manufacturing section of Stanford street, a 5 story building all dark at this hour, except for light in the office on the second floor back, which happily turned out to be D one. I guess. Ray. Anybody. Hello. What do you want? Well, the pastry cook. I am sorry, we're close, you see, office hours, 9 to 5 minutes. Now, wait a minute, just a minute, pastry cooking. I'm not a pastry cook, so my name is mothers. I am one of the proprietors here. Just a moment so I'm sorry. It was getting cold out in the hall. I was a younger child. And I don't care who you are. I know all about it. I know it wasn't a practical joke. What wasn't a practical joke? That tape. You can march right back to the man you're working for and tell him he can't buy me off. Is that clear? Not very. There's no use denying it. I saw you in his office this afternoon when he threatened me. Where are you? I called out on a fire estate and planned to see my buddy in the pinstripe suit at the bottom of the alley, please be with blind of one end, so Luke took off her the street. I caught him in one leg. He stumbled fell, smacked his head against a brick wall of the alley and took the count. I was whisking him when a power cop who led the shots no doubt. I convinced him I wasn't rolling a drunk and let him run back upstairs. I better get you to a hospital. Who are you, van Spain? I don't work for no guard right now I'm trying to hang a murder rack on him. Told me this wasn't correct because joke. What? Hey. Jimmy, this is Jimmy red of the machine from you and made a take himself, right? No God. What about your guy? To beat me injury. Between wouldn't give it to him. Get what? He tried to point to the desk if he passed out and so did this already bubbling still. We had a crucial typewriter while waiting for the ambulance I tasted and found nothing and start a piece of paper into it and began its heist four foot round patches that jumped over four lazy dogs when a sound changed. I looked closer and then tackled a messy job I always lead to my secretary. I hate to play with typewriter ribbons, but this wasn't a typewriter ribbon, since said ribbon had come to an end when I was taken away at a piece of sound tape. Come on, all the way. Look, come on, my feet are even more tired than they were an hour ago. Okay, you first. All right now. I'm sorry. I thought you were lying when you said, Jeannie. Look, let's not go into that now. He was blackmailing nor God, right? I don't even know who nor guy did. You know Jenny was checking someone down, didn't she? Never knew where he got his money. I just knew it was dirty money. We'd laugh and say, he was living hard, but that's a little. He never mentioned nor guy? No, you can tell he was gonna make $50,000 on a radio program. Did he say how? I thought he was kidding, and he showed up at that table. And he wasn't kidding. Then what? You wanted to be alone in the city. It was going to make an audition instead of the response. That's where he made the mistake. He sent it to the wrong sponsor. They figured they had no drives for the biggest touch of all, but hearing it might make him dig deeper. So he recorded his statement, sent it to nor guard for a sample, but there was something he didn't think of. What do you mean? He should have studied up on his tape recorders, baby. But a pair of scissors and a good technician, Jimmy's eyewitness account turned into a first class concession.
"mister smith" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"With old Kelly Clemens finds that you've been rummaging about below decks here with us office floating crates so fast we feel like we've been killed very soft if you do that job. No, just alone here. At the end of this game there, I guess. It could be the captain's cabin right under the Wheelhouse. Yep, it's an oriental boat ship that's for certain. You ask carvings on the old woodwork. I miss lords wouldn't ensure this one. There it is again. No mistaking it. In this cabin, the way I figured. And does my chance to try the door handle. Empty. But the trapdoor is open. Nice. All right. Who are you? How did you get in here? Cannons the name and I got in through the door. What are you doing here? You know, it's just a question I was gonna ask you. Are you from the police? No. No, no. I'm taking it easy. I didn't mean to frighten you. Only official guard on the ship. I wasn't told about your presence here. In fact, I go so far as to guess that you oughtn't to be here anyway. I see. Now, suppose you tell me about it, huh? What is there to tell? Well, if you'd rather take the curly climate, you know, curly climate. I know only mister Smith, it was he who helped me. This much? How'd she do what? Please, no one must know of my presence on board this ship. Look, I'm afraid I can't help you there. I have a responsibility. If you shouldn't be on board, then I'll have to report your presence to the proper fund. Please not that. Welcome to think of it, that did sound like a recorder playing red tape. So Saddam relax. But why don't you be missed? No, my second half is patrolling the deck of this minute. As I figured, this is the captain's cabin, right? Yes. And you laying that ship's bell just now, right? Yes. Mister Smith asked me to he's basically below. And he didn't want curly climates and know what he's busy with. I get it. It's the smudge who's supposed to ring the ship's bell, isn't it? Yes, it is. The few but open up your heart my mom, I'm going to open up that door and shot for clearly. All right. I'll tell you what you want to know. That's my girl. But first, how did you know I was here? That French perfume, it's very expensive and to a lonely man, very alluring. I'm a watchdog and I follow the scent. You are very observant. And you're very beautiful. Okay, make with the explanation. I'm a story. Who are you and where are you from? My name is Val de yendi. I'm half Russian. I was stranded in Taipei in northern water without money and with no passport. The ship was cruising in the China Sea and called at Taipei. Mister Smith was ashore and I met him. He offered to help smuggle into England. In the captain's cabin. I have used the cabin only since we adopt. Mister Smith is taking me a shot tonight. And where did your hole up during the voyage? In a spare cabin in the fourth part of the ship. A spare cabin, but nobody saw you on the whole voyage from the China Sea. I see you know nothing of this ship, the Gascony. She is not seaworthy, but she has built many years ago on the slips of ammo. The stupid Harvey left his cabin the whole voyage, most of the time they on his bunk with their bottles. All the crew were recruited from the waterfront of the east. Mister Smith and mister Klein were now the only two white men are bored apart from the skipper. And what cargo she carrying. Tower? I got news for you, man. This car goes embargoed as top secret. Oh, that's impossible. What could be secret about tallow? But maybe I'll never find out. But I'll get to know you a little better in the coming few days. Life gets lonely on board and empty ship. On board? But mister Smith is taking me a short tonight. Uh uh, correction, mister Smith was taking your shorter night. My orders are to all our nobody on board except the smudge climate and two laskers. Since you're here anyway, you stay on board. So you see the positions reversed for you. I can't make contact with the shore. So here you are and here you stay until I can instruction to the contrary from mister mix Abe, the guy who employs me. But what purpose can be served by keeping here. For all I know about them, you
"mister smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bloomberg sound on with Joe Matthew Passions indeed have been stirred up on both sides of the filibuster debate even if we know the outcome this week in the Senate It is coming to a head and this argument is not about to end Coming up will look outside the bubble to learn how voters how actual people feel about killing the filibuster and reforming voting laws while we're at it We'll check out new polling data from morning consult next The markets first though let's get an update on Wall Street if we dare from Charlie pellet It was an ugly day for the bulls Joe Matthew the Dow the S&P nez stack all declining today at one point the Dallas down 650 points ended with loss of 543 down one and a half percent S&P down 85 down 1.8% NASDAQ down 386 lower by 2.6% the tenured on 25 30 seconds ten year yield 1.85% NASDAQ 100 index down 2.6% Russell 2000 slumped 3.1% gold 1813 the ounce ten year yield 1.85% Crude up 1.9% 85 43 for a barrel of WTI This headline from the Bloomberg professional service UK prime minister Boris Johnson will announce the lifting of COVID rules tomorrow this according to the FT I'm Charlie pellet That show Matthew is a Bloomberg business flash Charlie we thank you I'm gonna add another breaker here as I read on the terminal Rudy Giuliani Sidney Powell along with others subpoenaed by the January 6th committee will talk more about this A little bit later on with the panel Rick Davis and Joe Crowley are with us today Welcome to the fastest hour in politics I'm Joe Matthew in Washington I hope you had a long weekend Because now we're getting back to it And if you're a Senate Democrats will in fact make a run at killing the filibuster and it could happen as soon as tomorrow This is a one off carve out as we've discussed for voting rights legislation that is if there are not somehow enough votes to pass voting rights that doesn't appear to be a bipartisan concept right now Half the Senate including Joe Manchin and Kirsten cinema think the filibuster is the only thing left to protect the minority party While the other half thinks it's Jim Crow How far we have come from mister Smith goes to Washington I'm gonna stay right here and fight for this lost cause Even if this room gets filled with flies like these I'm a tailor's on all their armies come marching into this place Somebody will listen to me Jimmy Stewart their 1939 right before he passed out Today voters are divided as I read at morning consults We thought we'd get a view outside Of Washington Yeah that's right Naturally our producer says that's the old filibuster right That's the talking filibuster We'll get to that too Eli Yoko joins us Senior reporter at morning consult Eli I see 62% of Democrats support a carve out based on your polling in this case How about Republicans Or against it This is something that one more time I miss that Eli sorry Yeah Republicans are against it Pretty much across the border pro keeping the filibuster on the books This is something basically regardless of how you ask it And we try this a few different ways because it's such a complicated thing for everyday people to get their minds around They don't sit around and think about arcane Senate procedure every day But overall electorates if you ask a vote need 50 votes or 60 plus those voters are split evenly if you ask do you support the Senate filibuster they're more likely to not just the books but like three in ten voters don't even have thoughts on this This is something that is definitely a bubble conversation to steal So 62% of Democrats 17% of Republicans right Yeah On the cardboard How about sorry go ahead I was just going to say the one thing that we've been watching here is just the prioritization of this democratic voters And slowly but surely throughout the year we've seen the shares of Democrats who say this should be a top priority for Congress increase And the latest poll is like 40% Democrats say this should be the number one priority for Democrats in Washington So clearly senator Schumer and a lot of these other guys are feeling the pressure from the base Well so is this a partisan issue Or is this a majority minority issue You know with these numbers flip if Republicans were in control I think it would depend on how Republicans are messaging it We saw I think a little higher support for filibuster abolition under the last president But clearly this is something that the Democrats and President Biden have made a big case for the last few weeks And what they're doing it for is really popular by the way Voters across the border are big fans of a lot of the different kinds of electoral reforms Democrats are pushing for I mean a lot of these things get 60% bipartisan support whether it be expanding access early voting or making election day national federal holidays So there are Democrats are like right on the policy right here It's just trying to get this rule changed through the Senate It's just not something that they have so far been able to get a lot of bipartisan support for Eli what did you learn about voting rights legislation We're going to probably see both of these get votes in the same day Yeah These freedoms vote act is a lot of its provisions are pretty popular like I said the early voting or ending parts of gerrymandering But Republican leaders have done a really good job of reving up their base against things like access expanding access to voting by mail or automatic voter registration or same day voter registration It's like more than half of public voters have learned that they're against that By the way John Lewis voting rights advancement act is pretty popular too about 6 and ten voters support that including a good chunk of Republicans So why isn't that reflected on Capitol Hill I think part of it is probably we have seen some Republican support for it from folks like Lisa Murkowski Florian with the idea or others We're starting this we have seen some Republican support whether it be from senator John thune the Republican whip or Susan Collins behind it changing the electoral count act And this is something that has support from over half of voters to clarify the vice president's role when Congress is counting the votes It was a big issue of course We've talked about this quite a bit 55% of all voters you found support.
"mister smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"At Bloomberg quick take This is a Bloomberg business lash From Bloomberg world Hank waters I'm Charlie pet stocks lower across the board treasury old surging amid a ramp up in speculation that central banks will have to boost rates sooner than earlier anticipated Ten year down 1730 seconds ten year yield 1.84% The S&P's lower by 1.6% down 76 points right now The Dow is down 5 O two down 1.4% as stack down 319 down 2.1% Gold down two tenths of 1% spot gold 1815 the ounce West Texas intermediate crude up 1.7% 85 21 for a barrel of WTI oil now at the highest in 7 years as robust demand and strain supplies make physical markets run hot in the world's largest consuming region As for some of the oil stocks that we track ex on mobile up 1.1% BP up 5 tenths of 1% Chevron little changed down less than one tenth of 1% EOG Resources down one tenth of 1% and Pioneer Natural Resources down 6 tenths of 1% Recapping tenure yield 1.84% S&P down 1.6% I'm Charlie pellet That is a Bloomberg business flash All right Charlie thank you so much You are listening to Bloomberg businessweek Carol master along with Tim's denim Vic And Tim that one headline from the World Health Organization about a crown won't be the last variant But you do you're reminded that this thing's going to linger Hopefully get easier but linger Yeah hopefully look and we've talked to people about this and we're going to talk more about this but the idea of going from a pandemic to endemic and the idea that on the ground could be That maybe look you're not here in New York City the COVID-19 wave is slowing cases and hospitalizations are dropping dramatically from a peak in early January and remaining concentrated among those who are unvaccinated Carol Right but now we're hearing also about animals South Africa Hong Kong like there's some concerns about that All right it's never a dull day when it comes to COVID Hey let's bring in our guest doctor Tom again He's executive vice president of physician enterprise over at common spirit health They've got more than a thousand sites in some 21 cities excuse me and 21 states I should say They are massive team and they see a lot and he's back with us on the phone in New York City Doctor mcginn nice to have you here with Tim and myself How are you and what are you seeing Great to be back And good to talk to you again Well I don't think we're seeing anything different than what you're currently saying I do think as you go across the country you can see the cases Particularly in the east coast as you've been stating here in New York and Maryland New Jersey the number of cases are obviously starting to turn down which is good news The tough news is obviously that hospitalizations are in other areas picking up as this virus moves across the country So we have pockets in areas where we're seeing a little downturn but we have pockets where we'll probably at the beginning of this inflection we think we're going to be all our prior records and the original January phase that does the way we're going to definitely be in terms of hospitalizations We're going to probably peak over all the prior quote unquote records which is difficult with staffing Yes Right now I think that's the combination that we're all struggling with So yeah that's obviously not just the healthcare industry but it puts it in sharp relief when the doctors and nurses who've been doing this for close to two years are just under such strain that it's difficult to find a place in certain hospitals Hey doctor McKinnon wondering because you have such a unique view of what's happening in different parts of the country and more than 20 states How would you characterize the people who are hospitalized right now What can you tell us about whose hospitalized you has been vaccinated and boosted versus who isn't It's a very good question I mean it's pretty well delineated I mean the number is a little bit Barry but I would say anywhere from 60 80% of those admitted are unvaccinated probably closer to 80% And in some places 90% And we do have some of this We don't know the number I think it's an interesting question of the incidental COVID which is kind of a misleading term So example of mister Smith a young man comes in But then ankle fracture needs to be seen they swap heavy positive So he's not at every cost of COVID So he's incidentally diagnosed We don't know what that number looks like And that could be anywhere from a couple of percentage points maybe up to 10% Now you still have to isolate them you still have to have protection It's still very complicated to manage those patients But in some ways they're not a traditional COVID case So predominantly unvaccinated people are getting admitted to the hospitals the remainder are going to be those with comorbidities that obesity diabetes hypertension Cardiovascular disease et cetera Doctor Ricky I do wonder to are you saying cases where you guys and your teams and your emergency room staff are having to make decisions because there's just the systems are overloaded and you maybe can't have someone come in because maybe it's not because of COVID but for some other reason you just can't let them in because you just don't have the capacity We haven't reset point I think thankfully that is not something that's happening The choices that we're currently facing And again this is very particular to different cities and different prevalences of the disease that's occurring is whether we have to shut down other procedures that we do Some of them are potentially life lifesaving Maybe we have to have patients go to another site for certain things Some of our hospitals have had to shift out of their elective procedures sometimes we've had to pull physicians or nurses or advance care providers out of ambulatory sites to come in and help cover So there is an impact but it's sort of an indirect impact But no one is ever getting turned away in the sense that they could not get care but we are pulling things away from other resources the elective procedures for example Not everyone's in small pockets that's happened What are you telling the world at large I mean Tim and I have had guests on who basically have said you're all going to get this I'm home because I've had a positive rapid and my PCR came back negative I don't have any symptoms I'm pretty sure it was just a false positive But nonetheless we're being careful Which is the right thing to do But it reminded me that if it's not now it's probably just a matter of time Is that the way we need to look at it Well I would say well first and foremost I would say we all just need to just really focus on doing all the smart things because of our hospitals and our healthcare workers and everyone involved in this We need to do what we can to stem the tide I'm a little nervous with all the messaging oh this is the waves are coming down and all of that effect We need to continue to get vaccinated boosted We need to get the influenza shot which is picking up across the United States We're now seeing young children get admitted for influenza in what we predicted over a year ago the twindemic is happening now and we always don't get the flu shot We're going to have some struggle there Will we all end up getting it I don't think so but certainly a large percentage of us will have eventually gotten this But to me that's not the important question The question is right now what can we all do We're.
"mister smith" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"See Tom here's such an interesting thing If you go back and look at where these stocks traded when oil was last at $70 a barrel and where they're trading now you can see what the ESG discount is in 2018 continental resources peaked twice at $68 a share when oil was at 70 Oils at 70 today in the stocks what is it a $44 stock or $45 stock There is a massive margin of safety built into these stocks Now we own Chevron Chevron and Exxon are in the same boat which is they'll do well They'll be a good place to be relative to everything else but they're just why would you want you don't want the strongest balance sheet now you want leverage or as coal likes to say torque Paul the only thing I've ever been in the 99th percentile on was not doing the dishes at home Exactly That is something consistent performance and continental resources up a 178% this year Those speed thank you so much And congratulations Seriously folks I think of David harrow and international investment when that was on fire What Andrew slemon is doing This Paul you and I have done this This is performance as a value investor in decidedly lengthy market And what's so important here about mister smith's track record folks is among 5 6 7 8 years He had a couple dog years It's not about being smooth you know like the way Michael Barr invests Paul I mean every year associate just checks a box Every time he touches yeah Up 20% He's our next retirement He's just killing it Bills to be thank you there for excellent performance in perspective as well With our news in New York City here is Michael Barr Tom Paul thank you very much Authorities say a 15 year old is not talking after a school shooting at Oxford high school outside of Detroit Three students were killed 8 were wounded The suspected shooter a sophomore is in custody overnight FBI authorities raided the teens home taking out items Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer spoke to reporters at the scene This is a.
American Marxists Don't Want to Entertain Any Idea Other Than Their Own
"I'd love to know the name of the judge in loudoun county whose sentenced Scott Smith who I'd love to know his name Get some very basic inquiry on behalf of that judge that judge would have figured out what took place That it wasn't mister Smith who was the perpetrator It was the system It was the school board and the principal It was the superintendent There was the sheriffs on duty there It was the it was the leftist woman Who accused mister smith's daughter of having mental issues When he dared to tell her what happened to his daughter You see the American Marxist is intolerant ladies and gentlemen and they're the ones who are violent And they do not tolerate debate and they do not tolerate discussion those of you who've read the book know exactly what I'm talking about They don't entertain different ideas They don't entertain Anything except what it is that they want to do
Mark Levin Calls for Resignation of Loudoun County School Board Members and Other Officials
"Com I want to join the parents of loudon county And demand the resignation of the school board And the resignation of the principal at stonebridge high school in the resignation of the superintendent Now how could they not have known what took place in that unisex bathroom When Scott smith's daughter was raped a 9th grader By a quote unquote transgender boy Who went into that bathroom wearing a skirt That's number one Number two I believe the sheriff's office should be apologizing to Scott Smith For the way in my view that he was manhandled That's right I said it Number three the prosecutor in this case a soro stooge Her resignation should be demanded as well She threw the book at mister Smith He didn't hurt his soul He dared to insist that he not be removed from the board meeting An illegal assembly on his part apparently They tried to make a mockery this man The national school board association used him To try to advance their Tyrannical agenda
"mister smith" Discussed on On the Road with Mickey
"Aren't sure well can my kid. Do this can make you do that. You know we don't know and for every kid is little bit different right. That's right so some kids are going to love it. Some may not like it and you have more information going into it and like you said. Brenda is thirty eight inches for Slinky dog dash and four seven dwarfs mine train at both of those we. We both there on disney's list of thrill rides right and so you know it's a gray area in gray area and we were great background. That's right a great background today. 'cause area no. I'm not in my background gray. We'll look at your background. Who would turn that thing gray. Maybe if i went for like a noir themed or something. I think it would have to be quite a to that. She can have the fiftieth background now. But anyway for my phone. This isn't changing okay. Well anyway enough gray area yeah critic tweets you all right. You're tournaments brenda. Rhonda number two number two for me. Is peter pan's flight. Oh peter pans flight you get in your pirate ship. You go up above all the scenes from peter pan and you know the the scene with london i. I don't know why but that scene of london to me is just gorgeous. I just love it. And that's like one of the first scenes and it's so beautiful and you get all the scenes from the movie and you. You see mister smith and the crocodile and everything. I just love peter pan so even though people i consider it a kiddie ride favorite favorite kiddie rides to ride for sure. Yeah good one. It is a really good one and you know it's fine. Brenda you can steal mine i. I'm okay with it. I haven't number two myla's to lies. That peter pan can fit both the veal in one car. You can do it to gather will kids share anyway sing like yes we do and beat her fans flight is number two to me also and it's because going out the bedroom window and seeing london as if it's hundreds of feet below like i'm you know it makes me feel like a kid. It's the best almost number one. Andy reid for both of us are but it's not it's not my number one not my number one but it is really close and and it's just it's just awesome so so yeah peter pan's flight has got it going on. I agree well while you two or over at peter pan am flight reminiscing about being a kid. No because i am technically still a kid that makes me a kid like even grow. Who is fifty. so i am the youngest. Think we're goo me. It's i'm going to enjoy my youth. And i'm gonna go over across the street. It's a small world with With the shorter line there. You gotta go and that is ryan number two. I love. it's a small world. i love it. Love love love it. Love it and i've actually been debating with myself is it's a small world at disneyworld or disneyland better and i actually think that this time i'm gonna have to go with disney land. I agree areso and the reason. I say this is because i love the fact that at disneyland they have the disney characters as dolls in the ride based on where they live in the world. Like you have moana and ariel in the polynesian area because that's where the most water is for aerial. And you have alice in london. You have jasmine and aladdin riding on a magic carpet in arabia. They're just all over the place and it's almost like a scavenger hunt to find them as well as enjoying the ride. And i really really loved that. I don't understand why they have not added that to the walt disney world version. I do not know either. I mean it really does set it apart. I mean does. And maybe. That's why. But i think mary blair did all those costumes. Right right and did the mural in the contemporary yeah serious responsible for a lot of great art. And i just. I wonder if if maybe it's more of a tribute to her to leave the way it is the year. 'cause i don't know you know like like a lot of those characters aerial jasmine aladdin so forth moana. They weren't there originally open because those movies wouldn't have been out of this characters so so it's like the change the ride to add them in and maybe they wanna keep the disneyworld version as close to the original as possible. Maybe i don't know if anyone out there knows why they've never had them let us know please. It's an interesting question. Yeah and i and i love. I love them both. I think i'd like you know. I i see the points but i think i like the disneyworld one better and i don't know it's probably because that's where mostly wrote it. Most you know. And i love pinocchio village house looking nokia house and looking down on it because i did that when i was a kid. You know so. I'm sure that plays into the. I like it more. You know by the way. I recently learned something about pinocchio village house and this was something that i saw on. Tv talk and they were looking for a they. Were discussing different ways to propose to your partner at disney. Aside from the classic in front of the castle at night one and one of the things was they said goto pinocchio village house and get a seat next to the boats. Because that's the best seat in the house and then when you're ready excuse yourself from the table tell your partner. You need to go to the bathroom. And there's a book. Somewhere in pinocchio village house. I don't know where but it's by a blue fairy mural and it's a wishing book and what you can do is you can write in the book and leave your wishes there and they said to right. I wish that you would marry me and stuff like that and then you go back to the table you say babe look what i found it so amazing the you take them over and that's basically how you propose.
A Postal Worker Loved His Job. But An 8-Day Postal Strike Was A 'Dignity Thing'
"Fifty years ago next week postal workers went on strike it was one of the biggest strikes in federal government history Tom Jr mon el was one of the leaders he was a letter carrier from New York City Jumano delivered mail on the same streets he played on as a kid he came to StoryCorps with his son Thomas my first day on the job they sent me out with a bag full of metal to deliver to apartment complex and there's male on the floor in his mail sticking out of boxes then on each box has offered more than one name there are similar names J. Smith R. A. Smith just as Mister Smith and I couldn't find half the names in town wanted to cry I was going to just sit down and say I can't do this but once you learn and you could almost do it with your eyes closed one time I was collecting the mail has a big draft and at least one or more of the letters from down the elevator shaft and I climbed down the elevator shaft save the mail you know I mean it's a big responsibility at all back then the mail was sanctified I love the job but almost everybody worked a second job we just can't afford to raise a family and work there if you had three children were eligible for welfare and food stamps which was embarrassing to most people can you describe the first day of the strike picket lines were set up at midnight at twelve oh one and we don't know if we have any support and get a motion that the people I would deliver the mail to in my neighborhood they came and brought us coffee and K. Kim how all we had a we okay you know the public was very supportive because you knew them had a relationship with them we share their lives that mood was contagious like a collective mind everybody pretty much walked out it is shut down Wall Street the banks but we did not like the delivering the mail we know what we deliver it's important sometimes you have to do a moral thing had a dignity thing had the that's hard like to be remembered somebody who help people what I could those Tom Jr mon el who helped lead the postal strike of nineteen seventy after eight days postal workers won higher wages times recording will be archived along with hundreds of thousands of others at the library of
Election security and the potential for interference in 2020
"ABC news confirmed this week that president trump's reelection is being promoted by the Russians that's according to reports of what came out of a closed door intelligence briefing that cost the acting director of national intelligence Joseph McGuire his job A. B. C.'s chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl has more The New York Times reports intelligence officials told the house intelligence committee in a classified briefing that quote Russia was interfering in the twenty twenty campaign to try to get president trump reelected the times reports the briefing infuriated president trump especially the presence in the briefing of Adam Schiff the Democrat who led the impeachment in the house according to another report in The Washington Post the president called in then acting director of national intelligence Joseph McGuire to the oval office for a quote dressing down last Friday ABC news has confirmed the reports sources tell us the president believe Democrats would use the information from the briefing against him in the past the president has praised the acting director of national intelligence but now one week after the election security briefing McGuire is out his replacement ambassador to Germany Richard Grinnell a staunch trump loyalist with no intelligence experience back in twenty sixteen Cornell wrote an opinion piece for fox news the called the intelligence community's findings on Russian interference on proving he also added that Russian interference and Mister Smith Russian miss interference and been around for decades but I am told by two senior officials the Cornell will not be on the job long the president will nominate a director of national intelligence soon possibly within days it will not be for