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"mister perry" Discussed on X96
"Equipment for frontline staff it really is a lot of money to put ten million euros it's more than ten million dollars but you know what they've got it and that Tyler Perry as surprise shoppers Wednesday at two grocery chains when he bought groceries for them amid the pandemic fox five reports that once they reach the checkout line seniors in high risk shoppers were gifted by Mister Perry who had paid for their groceries I Ian full aperi paid for the groceries at forty four different Kroger stores wow in Atlanta according to WBRZ he also paid for the groceries at twenty nine Winn Dixie stores in Louisiana and he he went to all of them as media he has crazy money and it's nice when you're crazy money to do craze any apparently I mean we make fun of the stupid movies he makes but they've but they they have been very successful and apparently he's a really pretty nice guy I mean every time you hear something about him people yeah he's great so Tyler Perry or media now eight Salt Lake City is creating a some forms so that you can report your neighbors you can one arc on your neighbors Tattletales dark on my neighbor Salt Lake City has created an online covert nineteen compliance form for residents to fill out if they believe an individual is not complying with Salt Lake county's stay at home order in a public space within the city limits everybody having the missionary barbecues welcome home barbecues in my neighborhood online catalogue my neighbor my neighbor was having a party yesterday afternoon when people were playing music in milling around outside the formats for the compliant it complains contact info as well as the location and date where the incident occurred so there's a problem right there if you're gonna be knocking on your neighbors you don't you want you want to be anonymous yeah you don't miss but here it says the the the form asks for your contact info as well as the location and date where the incident occurred residents can also upload a file pictures or video with documentation of non compliance to file a complaint against a business that's not complying with the public health order residents can call the Salt Lake County health department Salt Lake county also has a form for business violating its public health order which forced the closure of gyms and fitness centers theaters and performance venues social club swimming pools and more of the county is encouraging anyone who has knowledge of business in that category that still operating to file a complaint the central businesses include grocery stores pharmacies and gas stations laundromat dry cleaners hotels motels mail shipping and delivery childcare centers hardware supply stores and so so those are fine you can be those can be open but food service can continue of course at the drive through but yeah so if you go to that there's a form you can just complain but again I think it should be anonymous because if you're gonna be ratting out your neighbors you don't want to be the contact information is just so they can call you and get more information not that it'll be given to the people that they're I I do I don't I I don't see any point in it zero point in it if you're gonna if you're gonna rat somebody out you have to I want witness protection that's what I want okay because I'm the other day we my niece it was her birthday and my sister said can we do a drive by parade in front of the house just to wave and wish her Happy Birthday we did that was kind of fun we made posters and just drove by and waved and told her Happy Birthday and I think I know a lot of missionaries coming home we're doing the same thing but my sister said across the street they had a missionary come home this week and they had people over just because what you usually do is have a missionary welcome home party do not do that Utah is ordering adults coming into the state to sign a travel declaration according to governor Herbert the declaration ask people if they've been tested for covert ninety so if you're coming in to the airport E. they're gonna ask you these questions make you fill out a form they'll ask if you've been tested for covert nineteen within the past two weeks and if you have suffered any symptoms of the disease well signing the declaration will also be asked to list where else they have traveled road travelers will get a text alert when entering the state and asked to fill out a form on a state website said Carl parlous bracero as executive director of the Utah department of transportation an earlier version incorrectly said cars would be pulled over that's not the case but they have a mechanism that somehow when a car cut crosses a state line they can they can send you a text message yeah the mailing with amber alerts and things now that works the information from road and air travellers will be sent to a secure database at the Utah department of health to be used to track the spread of coronavirus we don't see this is an effort to penalize people bracero said deflecting a question about potential penalties for people who refused to fill out the travel declaration we're convinced that when we tell people this is the right thing to do they're going to do the right thing I think you're dreaming I think that I think that many people will but there will be people who won't do it they won't they will fees to do it they don't want the government I don't want the government in my business so what they are well so a small trial of the anti malarial drugs that the president keeps pouting it does it has been done enough of France and this this study and was published in a French medical journal now I realize it's a French medical journal but yet provides new evidence that hydro Hydroxycut a queen does not does not appear to help the immune system clear the corona virus from the body and it doesn't hurt you the study comes on the heels of two others one in France and one in China that reported some benefits in the combination of using Hydroxycut or queen and arithmetic arithmetic as if through myosin but they so they said well let's look at it again and then this study said no it doesn't seem to do anything but here in Utah researchers at intermountain healthcare and university of Utah health have announced two clinical trials to test the effectiveness and safety of hydro Hydroxycut or queen Clint hydroxyl core Quinn and as zip through myosin they're going to be start testing in a clinical test on patients with the virus with coded nineteen now most trials can take at least a year to launch these critical trials were formed in just two weeks with support from both hospitals and the Utah department of health and the Utah medical association we heard the cry of distress from the community we realize the urgency of the pandemic said Dr Sam brown at the at intermountain healthcare the clinical trials are underway in an effort to learn more information and treat patients with co video nineteen researchers will enroll two thousand three hundred patients who have tested positive for the novel coronavirus and then the so this will be of closely monitor trial maybe we'll get some real solid answers out of the president and you're not U. S. Attorney General U. S. secure U. S. general election U. S. Attorney General bill Barr has called China America's biggest threat helpful yeah when you do that yeah and says the danger posed by the communist country is very serious amid escalating tensions with Beijing over the corona virus pandemic in an interview yesterday amid rising anti China rhetoric from the administration about Beijing's alleged cover up of its coronavirus infection rate bar was asked whether he considered Russia or China the biggest security risk to the upcoming presidential election well in my opinion is trying not just to the election process but I think cross the border know what it is to be gained by that a reporter asked you a question like that I don't care who you are I think maybe in the government I think maybe you say something like well we we keep a close eye on although both of those countries but we also are always trying to find ways of cooperating with them and ways of yeah he's not a citizen but isn't that the thing you should say yes we we even if it's not true you know you should say what we we're we're always looking for what the means of the taunt with those countries are coming to some kind of agreement over issues that divide us and we will always continue in that effort not trying to say they're a big threat Russia there okay there are some of but China man we got problems with trucks don't do that that's what it tells I just don't get it how much time we have Kerry oh you're a good look imagine two three what is that remains three okay okay thanks everything you do is fine bill every week whatever it is it's great music you're good to me that means I better stop but president trump and his Republican allies are launching an aggressive strategy to fight what many of the administration's own health officials view as one of the most effective ways to make boating safer that is vote by mail but the Republicans don't want that because when people vote by mail more people might vote and then if more people vote there look less likely to vote for Republicans they've said that out loud but that's not the case here in you know we have over ninety percent people vote by mail and we're a Republican state and that's because because I'm sure that the group Republican administration and we lawmakers here in Utah look at this very carefully and they said you know the voters here in Utah they vote the way that they're there go head I think by the way that their leaders both political and religious want them to so they can do what we can have voting by mail they they won't they'll they'll do what they're they'll do what they're supposed to do yeah we we got him under control here yeah everyone everywhere else in the nation that's not necessarily the case and they've and that the Republicans have said this out loud now several of them have said the more people that vote the we don't do as well and why would that be good heavens so here we go if you're missing Disneyland and I know so many of you are Disneyland has now released the recipes for for their dole whip and a recipe the official Disney wrap recipe for churros so Gina told how dole whip and churros busy selling more than five point five million Charles in this park every year of the Disney parks YouTube channel released an instructional video on how to make those famous churros at home in twenty eighteen but the company which closed closed due to cove it has now releasing the recipe on its blog to help people get along with social distancing the ingredients needed for churros the Disney Charles wait this couple why don't couple one you know you don't need to that's one C. Walker eight tablespoons that's eight big T. bought her one quarter teaspoon that small T..
Tyler Perry shocks seniors by paying for groceries at Atlanta Krogers
"That Tyler Perry as surprise shoppers Wednesday at two grocery chains when he bought groceries for them amid the pandemic fox five reports that once they reach the checkout line seniors in high risk shoppers were gifted by Mister Perry who had paid for their groceries I Ian full aperi paid for the groceries at forty four different Kroger stores wow in Atlanta according to WBRZ he also paid for the groceries at twenty nine Winn Dixie stores in Louisiana and he he went to all of them as
"mister perry" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Keep their neighbors safe and I will be voting for this bill for the health care workers in my district who are risking their lives to make our communities safer and I am grateful to the sanitation worker that the mail carriers the UPS workers the fed ex workers the grocery store workers those who work in our nursing homes and facilities across our district and across our country I thank them for adding a bit is stability to our country during this incredibly difficult time Berlin reserves the gentleman from Texas is recognized Mister speaker may I inquire as to the time remain the German has fifty three and one half minutes thirty nine minutes and the gentleman from Maryland has thirty nine minutes German from Texas thank you Mister speaker prod deal one minute to my fellow Texan Mr Flores jumping from Texas is recognized for one minute Mister speaker a few days ago White House and congressional Republicans presented a bold bipartisan plan of action to help hardworking Americans deal with our current challenges this plan puts must much needed resources where they're most needed our families our healthcare system are small businesses other businesses affected by this crisis in our state local governments one of the things that we found out during this crisis is that our health care system supply chain relies far too much on foreign sources like communist China we can never allow this to happen again in order to fix that problem I'm places Senate and house negotiators included by request upon three and a half million dollars to utilize three existing centers and of Anna innovation for advanced valve and manufacturing one of the C. I. A. T. M.'s as part of the text in the university system which I represent these public private CIA DM partnerships uniquely positioned to accelerate research development manufacture vaccines and therapeutics to mitigate pandemics and I do it right here in America today from Texas reserves the gentleman from Maryland is recognized mistake I reserve my German reserves Gemma from Texas is recognized thank you Mr speaker I am please deal one minute to my friend gentleman from Pennsylvania Mister Perry government from Pennsylvania is recognized for one minute Mister speaker the corona virus emanated from China is here we can't stop that we can't go back but I am distressed by the Hobson's choice that we have it is ravaging our communities is ravaging our health care system it is ravaging our economy and we should be solely focused on healing our communities and saving small businesses the big business is an economy that makes America great so as we discussed this and also discussed a fourth yet another package no more Hobson's choice no more billion dollar bailouts for things that are unrelated no more policies that are long standing for short standing issue that needs are critical attention Mr speaker whatever we do let's do no harm are you back Jemele hill's German from Texas reserve Jennifer Maryland reserves Gemma from Texas is recognized thank you Mr speaker thank you Mr speaker probably yield one minute to my fellow Texan Dr Burgess jump from Texas is recognized for one minute I think it's so much for the recognition our country is in a war crisis unlike anything that has been seen for over a hundred years but there are heroes we know our first responders we know our doctors and nurses on the frontline of our intensive care units we know what heroes they are but you know it's a speaker not all heroes wear capes certainly our doctors and nurses don't wear capes I've got a furniture manufacturer in my district Barbara Caldwell who called me last weekend and said she wanted to transition her furniture manufacturing to manufacture personal protective equipment and she's doing so I had an aircraft manufacturers that they want to manufacture ventilators in these markets changing their clean room and hiring engineers so they can do that we do have heroes in this country they don't always wear capes I also want to recognize the hard work done by the health subcommittee staff J. P. calls because it's Christian should pan ski Christian Salem K. love grass and then on my staff Elizabeth Allen Casey for Juncker Rachel Huggins and my chief of staff James decker who are all over the office right now making certain that this goes smoothly you'll back German from Maryland reserve bank reserves down from Texas is recognized Republican Kevin Brady Mister speaker I am proud to yield one minute the gentleman from Maryland Dr Harris general comment on is recognized for one minute Mister speaker we're here a week too late not.
"mister perry" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"The surgeons to their wonderful procedure and how do you know how much how much pain medicine to give them I mean virtually no patient wakes up remembering the operation at all I mean in my thirty years of being a surgeon of of never hurt I've never had a patient wake up saying that they had any recollection of the of the event hi how are you able to do that so the amount of anesthesia and pain medications we give our based on the patient's age older patients require less than younger patients other medications they take of people take chronic pain medications they may need different amounts of Anastasia medications and then their overall health people with poor heart function will require different amounts of anesthetics than people with healthier heart so you're part of our job is to give them the right amount of medication and law that's guided by looking at their vital signs on just the way they're doing sure how how come the hell how come patients don't remember the breathing tubes or breathing Tim is put in to allow them to be safely on the on the ventilator during the operation to breed for them and and you're able to take the breeding to about while there is semi conscious and they virtually never remember having the breathing tube in hi how are you able to do that so well yeah well we initially placed the reading too we've already administered an anesthetic so your enough the ties at this point I'm at the end of the operation and everything's finished we do get you breathing on your own we start wake you up but we just need you awake enough that you're able to protect your airway you have a good cough reflex so you are technically awake but you still really aren't so printing any memories at this point so usually most people the first thing they remembers in the recovery area fantastical thank you all for joining us in this segment Mister Perry Hanson thank you so much for coming on Saturday for having me we'll be right back you can change everything entire communities as we know starts here at the medical college of Wisconsin C. W. T. the discount if anything what.
"mister perry" Discussed on WRVA
"Temperature like I have a choice accurate and dependable forecasts from newsradio WRVA red hot start for the home standing Louisville cardinals connected on seven of twelve three point tries to thirteen of twenty two for the poor shooting fifty nine percent Cavaliers shooting sixty three percent but losing ground Virginia does not want to get into a shoot out against this little table talk more about that in a moment were brought to you by you being held the matter the arena no matter the field your bands deserves our bench you be a health dot com Jimmy when you look at his game if your Virginia look you're happier shoot sixty three percent but you also realize if you all start to tighten it up on the other side of things is gonna be a long day for us what makes moving so tough right I mean the for the first time we're saying Virginia execute on the offense of in at a high level that is that's a good sign right to we continue to do that that would be awesome defense of will go the challenges that removal really presents with their inside and outside attacks they're so big on the interior and their superior on the on the perimeter and we'll both of those teams two things are working at the same time it's just a tall order not only for Virginia but any team in the country L. as cardinal team is off to its best start ever ready CC played eleven and one they will go to the conference six years but this is their best starting any league they played in since winning the ninety three metro conference title back twenty seven years ago when I started eleven one finished at eleven Frank two key with a basketball for Virginia he passes outside the decor nearly rifle Tensai circling the right baseline swings in the corner he gets rather defense powers as lance I can't make that shot the two strong on a battered Republic could get a suspect up by warranties beats on the cable be otherwise symbols in the front court now for Louisville hill back pedal with all ten site out to defend on a more that monster size cardboard logo with mid court the card dunking the basketball warlocks inside gets it underneath the deep it's a club foot now try to pass on a trouble ball actually weeks three Campbell gets all wide open for three one grease one means he bangs the aid of this game for a little girl and it's not just one guy loop will is now hit three pointers with four different players of those beats here's an attacking move for key a car goes up about suits the shot in with a reverse lay up fifty Hey stems the tide detergent backed with an eleven foot right now will you give an inch they will make you pay with a three point shot office is not the challenge to reduce your right now it's because of the stop this powerful move Walker said that very often for the nation's number one defense is projected to be attested in a big way is Kimball ninety should visit here we want to listen to the opposite side stored away the by Braxton key Virginia's leading steel man the attacks on the US I can't finish the delay of over gets his own rebound try to pass off the wall to tens I want ready trailing it goes the other way golden opportunity Mister Perry try to score in transition now backs as rigid you got back fitted the cable cable thought about the three with a set of five minutes plan apogee down thirty six twenty five spending is Laura goes into a crowd and gets the shot up but can't get to go was it within an hour there is one of the found footage goes the other way no look see down the floor from Dixie he could finish the second a block with the a few days is there with a two handed slam stand with it now do you do you can you take the subway say performance got to touch the ball for the officer there every time we got the two shots she's got four points for Virginia right now a branching key is had a couple good opportunity family will finish last of the trips he gets a good look at three this time he misses too strong rebound was knocked away from the detailer say off the G. pizza Tony Bennett is out on the floor to argue that case and it sure looks like mom and he did not touch another going to confirm their to reverse that yeah they got that call right it was off of Louisville that's why mommy did touching the ball new would have been touched by the way to go out of bounds good job by the officiating often because we gathered get the cold white refusal but made the call the race on I think was so you could see it's call nine point deficit for the news but they got the basketball goal looked right into the four corners is keeping a Clark the region Tensai Braxton Kian mom immediately today Peter lives with a right hand wrapped around his left wrist still that's probably gonna be there the rest of the year the tense I try to feed inside war comes away with the Steelers he reached up into the air and hope that it and in the meantime will attend side will be charged with his clothes he was trying to get it back so that'll be the fifteenth lose with three forty go here in our opening absolute six twenty seven cardinals lord center project you got to work to do to dig their way out we'll come back after the combining home and auto with State.
"mister perry" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Love to have in being in a film with these iconic women in you know in sitting beside them I've learned so much and have been able to soak everything up in their stories and how they've grown as women and just to be able to sit at the table I just know what this is now you know and I love going to work and I love being funny and I love just working but I also know position at this holding how people look at me and how I need to look at myself right and it's okay to have all of these different layers as a person I can be goofy I can be all of these things but also knowing who I am in the position and honoring that did they give you advice while you guys were filming scenes being that you work with these I kind of meaning police are side up I mean we we we found this will be in five days wow in five days five days that is a growing that shift like you just do it either not me was a ten hour shifts twenty hour shifts would just stop for five days we got our hours you know the sac things were you know you know everything was done correctly but you know the way that Mr you know Tyler he hates when I say Mister Perry but I mean you come to this main studio you know you have to realize what it encompasses you know you can go from each set to another so it felt like you were doing a play for five days right because you could go from each that to another the the lights are already pre set everything is ready the crew the people everybody just as all in sync with each other so you can do a film in five days there because it's our his stuff is out his cameras either all the people working for him for the greater good of the project and he trusts the people that he cast so I was very honored to even be a part of it and getting this role jasmine I was like I I can't do anything else but show up I don't have any time to have any doubt minute scene with Alicia shot and she's a Broadway actress crystal fox Broadway theater train Cicely Tyson had time to be like mom so where do you want me to stand you just go ahead and do it and that's the best way of doing it for me because I only could move and my instincts so how do you know will be a stars group because you got to be when you see Felisa recital simply type a lot of people don't know that volition a miss solution and her daughter up in I went to college to go okay yeah we went are you from sure the school.
"mister perry" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Goes through so many things and she has been given so many signs and she doesn't pay attention it's our hope that women and men when they watch this film they pay attention to the signs and Mister Perry said something very you know he said something that I'll keep in my little pocket of you know things and I'll do all right I'll keep notes when I'm falling in love sometimes you you know you get blinded by you know love if you can explain it explain what I have three PM on Tuesday yes three PM on Tuesday this model file pages it does read for that those ran flag you got it because sometimes love can deceive you and blind you love is blind you make is using other very well so it is something you can't remember everything gets clogged and then your friends start to remind you and then after the fact when you dump them everybody come out the will work well you know I want to ask you new you know what I mean so this movie has a lot of talk to the screen I think it would be better if you wrote positive things then negative thing then you can wait a pros and cons as opposed to having a list of all the negative that a press true but you're living the positive if you're in the moment your loving everything positive when you break it down if you look at it all you see is old negativity okay right because it's like me don't cheat right now okay so yes black window she so we have to weigh the good and the bad ladies and man okay that we have more with recent level we come back don't move is the breakfast.
"mister perry" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"All the surgeons to their wonderful procedure and how do you know how much how much pain medicine to give him I mean virtually no patient wakes up remembering the operation at all I mean in my thirty years of being a surgeon of of never hurt I've never had a patient wake up saying that they had any recollection of the of the event hi how are you able to do that so the amount of anesthesia and pain medications we give our based on the patient's age older patients require less than younger patients other medications they take of people take chronic pain medications they may need different amounts of Anastasia medications and then their overall health people with poor heart function will require different amounts of anesthetics them people with healthier heart so you're part of our job is to give them the right amount of medication and law that's guided by looking at their vital signs on just the way they're doing sure how how come the hell how come patients don't remember the breathing tubes or breathing Tim is put in to allow them to be safely on the on the ventilator during the operation to breed for them and and you're able to take the breeding to about while there is semi conscious and they virtually never remember having the breathing tube in hi how are you able to do that so well yeah well we initially placed the reading too we've already administered an anesthetic so you are enough the ties at this point I'm at the end of the operation and everything's finished we do get you breathing on your own we start wake you up but we just need you awake enough that you're able to protect your airway you have a good cough reflex so you are technically awake but you still really arms printing any memories at this point so usually most people the first thing they remembers in the recovery area fantastical thank you all for joining us in this segment Mister Perry Hanson thank you so much for coming on Saturday for having me we'll be right back where do you live in a quiet town the heart of the city or somewhere in between one thing we all have in common is the freighter in.
"mister perry" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show
"Back on the Tom Brady show. I can't listen that Allman brothers stuff without getting the style GIC go so pure. It just puts me in a good mood. Yeah. All of it does. Let's why we're going to his mama brothers. Okay. Not that I was in a bad mood in the last hour that case it all I understand. Well, when you mentioned, the Lao Allman brothers and Marshall Tucker band, it's it works. Philip. Sexton. We welcome to the show guy who glit- also. Good morning mister Perry. You really liked the last hour. The last hour was great. And you were talking about how you had seven listeners, you actually had nine because Philip an hour, driving, and listen to you. But tell you what you just lifted me up my friend great. I'm glad to help somebody just glad to be of service. Views. Well out here he'd lie. We'll get a little religion. Let's go. Let's get for the lower. Yeah. There you go. That's right. That is one thing that a lot of the does the euro's churches still do. Revivals. No. But I've been to couple because mine does. Yeah. Muggy ready to have a camp meeting. This is the faith victory church over in Frankfurt, getting ready to have a camp meeting in July. We'll see growing up my church used to have two year girl church. I got married at you. You were there. And I think that I haven't seen them have a revival in. Probably eight plus years now that right? Yeah. They usually get in another preacher will come in and no. No. The whole point of a revival is you get tired of listening. Same guys. Thanks creature. Same preacher, also great recruiting to. Oh, yeah. All right. So we're going to talk a little bit about business hear annuities and 4._0._1._K's won't solve the retirement crisis. Why's that proposed US legislation? Would make it easier for employers to offer annuities in four one K retirement plans provide retirees fix payments for as long as they live. Does that make investments since? So it was from barons, and, you know, we talked about this last time we were in the secure act, which passed the house with something like almost ninety something percent of the vote, which, you know is unprecedented, today's world but. It talks about, you know, annuities are currently allowed in 4._0._1._K plans, but they're very uncommon less than ten percent of 4._0._1._K plans offer nudie options, according to a survey by plan sponsor councils of America Americans actually held eight point two trillion and employer-sponsored defined contribution retirement plans as of March thirty fires and five point seven trillion of that was in 4._0._1._K plans. I remember when the four one K was just getting started back in the late. Seventies there was nobody had them. Yeah. And it started kicking in, and that this is how much is now gone into these things, and that doesn't even count money. That's been rolled out of them into those are huge numbers. That's just an nine states y'all massive that sets our market. That's who we right after. Yeah. And the reason that annuities are such uncommon thing is employers have shied away from including annuities or entire. Planes over lab -bility issues. Participants might sue an insurance company in the plan goes belly up or fails to pay claims. That was actually a very common thing in two thousand eight when the big downfall hit the market. So Mitch helpmann financial service council at the consumer federation of America, nonprofit consumer advocate says the legislation language is too broad, and may allow for the inclusion of high cost the noodles, the provision doesn't apply to a narrow segment of nudity says it applies to all he's some are consumer friendly, but there are other types that are complex with high costs and are not in consumers best interests. Going. Why would somebody using the nudity to begin with in a 4._0._1._K plan when, you know, they've been outperformed by index funds and buy so even. Yeah. Types of funds. That's kind of what you know what I was wanting to get into you. Thanks for the segue there, 'cause I try and figure it out. But an annuity adds an.
"mister perry" Discussed on World News Analysis
"We'll be perhaps goot for his son, Newton amick for European degration. Well, miss your book non talking about the strategic atonomy, how realistic is that given that Europe still relies on Washington for security? It's a very good question. And actually, I think it's more realistic than many people think if we just look at the security aspect, because yes indeed Europe relies on a lot, but it wouldn't really have to because the military threat towards Europe, even without NATO is not that big. I mean who would militarily try seriously to attack? You're up the Russians surely not. I mean, the French have nuclear weapons as well. I don't see anyone in a traditional war who will try to engage a major power, like the European Union. So the question or the reason why I don't believe Europe is ready to Thomas is because it's not able to act as a political body, it's so divided. Also, institutionally between national states between a lot of institutions within the European Union, that there is no one who has vision, what should Europe be whereas going, what does it want in the world, and it's very easy for other powers like the US like China like Russia to divide Europe time. And again, and that's why Europe is not an autonomous body in international politics. Well mister Perry on what is the kind of European future that you'd like to see. Well, I would like to see an issue that we touched on. In fact, that small and medium sized countries and witness book, our country is part of bigger block. And we are going to see they shoot where in the future years to come the will will be made up bigger blocks like the EU. And so on the world thing, each a person of sixty million people whatever they cannot be a major player, I don't think in future, but within the EU it could exist greater influence. I mean, the EU has private million people unless much bigger than Britain will ever be on the world faith e you can't quite possible Britain will not count in years to come, and that is something remain within Britain up pushing big. Time, you know, the we are should be part of bigger block like the like the you have them. So the reformed in and basically, but how the influence which Britain as a small country would never have in pitcher. Well, we serve Okinawa. What about you once? I would hope for a more United Europe, that has a really strong leadership, and most of has vision for its people. Thank you. Mr. Bill, man expert on Chinese and international politics, feel Perry editor of the eye and investigative news website in wells UK, and Dr Houghton and head of the European studies, -partment, China Institute of international studies, thank you for listening..
"mister perry" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily
"Hundreds spurred farm productivity, the many counties and fly over America. Today are struggling to retain people and job opportunities. Mayor moaning wants better internet service wider and safer roads and new safeguards against extreme weather, his agenda meshes with that of a coalition called rebuild rural representing rural businesses, farmers and communities. I'm old enough to remember when there was a similar pessimism about our cities. Tom barkin president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond wrote in article on rural economies last year. The first step in thinking about the problems of distress rural areas as to approach them as solvable. The story was reported by Laurant Belsey in Norfolk Nebraska for the monitor. Debate about repatriating African art involves issues that go beyond museum doors, identity ownership and coming to terms with the past what should Justice for long ago looting? Look like in today's world, the first time Abdul Karim, Rasheed Okey, Deary visited the British Museum. He was astounded mister Perry. The acting director general of Nigeria's national commission for museums and monuments had never seen so many Benin bronzes in one place, the famous relief sculptures plundered from present day, Nigeria in eighteen ninety seven and scattered to museums across the west I saw how my people were being appreciated by the world he remembers but his pride was quickly stifled by another emotion loss. Most Nigerians he knew would never have the resources to stand where heated. And look at their own history. Who should be the caretaker of Africa's cultural heritage the Africans who created it or the Europeans in whose museums. It has long been displaced for decades. Art experts politicians have debated the morality and practicality of returning art. But a report commissioned by French president Emmanuel Macron, which recommended returning are taken during the colonial period has injected a sense of urgency today, some of the Benin bronzes may be on their way home temporarily through a program to return items on loan, but whether that is a road map or a cautionary tale depends on whom you ask this story was reported by Kristen chicken London and Ryan Lenora Brown in Benin City, Nigeria for the monitor. His limit state forces at last dislodged from Syria, monitor reporter, Dominique SOGA return to the region finding people and a nation mired in contrast Dominique so gal I visited Syria as a reporter in two thousand eight focused at the time on Iraqi refugees Syria was a police state that made it hard to practice journalism. But it's warm. People in diverse cultures made it an incredible country to live in which he did for nearly two years in March after years covering Syria, and it's people from neighboring countries miss Ogle cross in northeast Syria where Kurds have secured a measure of Tony on route to community. She learned that her driver Ebrahim had found asylum in Germany, a return to his homeland convinced that the gains made during serious conflict would endure that same optimism. She found is driving Kurdish children to learn Kurdish music and adults to take on. Kurdish literature. She heard a range of perspectives Arabs who endured the Islamic state and reject the group others who embraced it. Yes. ZD survivors in Christians Kurds aligned with the United States and those who trust Russia more Syrians convinced that a solution to the conflict must be found in Damascus and others who say neither security, nor peace are possible. As long as President Bush sharla Saad is in power. The story was reported by Dominique so gal Alfred oh Sosa for the monitor. You can find ominous full first person narrative in today's issue. Among April movie highlights monitor film critic, Peter Rainer highlights one of the greatest concert documentaries ever made featuring Reese of Franklin at the height of powers of amazing grace. He writes it reaches so far into transcendence that watching it becomes an almost ecstatic experience you can find the fullest of movies in today's issue. Now commentary on Japan and South Korea from the monitor's editorial board. It is a welcome surprise that South Korean president moon. Jae in a Senate letter to Japanese Emperor Akihito who retired from the throne April thirtieth express gratitude for the outgoing emperor's role in improving ties between Seoul and Tokyo. Mr. also said his government might send a delegation for the coronation of the new now were hito. The South Korean leader is right to be grateful Akihito played a big role as a peacemaker after he ascended the world's oldest monarchy in nineteen eighty nine Akito traveled widely to repair relations with Japan's adversaries during his wartime period from nineteen thirty one to nineteen Forty-five
"mister perry" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"My life by getting in there and doing what they had to do by listening to the doctors it doing exactly what they said to do. I was still alive here today actually, building a house in Hawaii. Because you know, we don't have forever and you get cancer. And it makes you think about the clock a little more than you used to. Sure. Sure. Oh, by fishing. Like, you said everybody. This is my my gig, everybody should know their PSA every man over fifty over forty five, you know, he should say up a one two three. And like you said you're talking four or five UNITA follow up on it. Got it said he'd never been in. Actually, you know, by fishing out the same way, I had no symptoms by by finding out my PSA several blood tests prostate specific antigen, it's eight my life and anybody could get now had you had you been to the doctor on a regular basis for physicals. Yeah. You know, and on something goes wrong. I go in there. But I didn't have an elevated PSA. It was by the grace of God that that was brought to my attention by getting seasick. And they, you know, they just read the blood work like they typically do for, you know, surgery, and it came up nine point nine, and I says, you know, big deal, you know, that it was thirteen. You know, you got something going on. So you realize this by getting seasick, I don't want to tell you where he used to work, but it was a local chemical. Okay. But it thirty days at Steph went from stage one to stage three, and it would have went all through my body. I actually it got out, and I ended up taking night almost ninety days of radiation. Do do just what they said. And I'm still here. Yeah. Well, you know, I guess there's an upside to getting seasick. I never realized that. But it's funny how God works in mysterious ways. Gary, and there's an upside at Gotcha. In there. The. It made you aware what was happening. And now look at you building a home in Hawaii. I'm I'm happy for you. And for your family. Gary main thing is that is that other people like I said get that blood work, every should know legacy sports. But I know people that are into sports. But it says, you know, you know, all the stats about everything, but you know, your PSA, right? Look at you like a biker PSA does appear savings. This is come on. You know? Well, it's important to know, Gary. It's a very important thing. You know, I don't have to tell you, Gary. Thank you, my friend for calling in and sharing that story. It's important, and you may have inspired someone. Thank you. Yeah. I don't mean to be a Downer here. But on top of Gerry story, my doctor now for nineteen years, and I'll share this with you. This wasn't the direction I'm going. But it's very important. Gary is living proof of that my initial doctor. His name was Steven right? Yeah. Stephen, right. And he was forty. I say was he was forty nine years old. That would go in there. I Gatti coli poisoning back in two thousand I've been going to Dr right for a few years at that point. So I go in there. And it was this might current doctor keys LA, and I says. Dr. Right. This is oh you haven't heard. So no, well, Dr Reid had a tummy ache. Is the way I heard it. And and barely had enough time to say goodbye to his family lost his life from call colon cancer. But here's what I was gonna talk about. I had the blood pressure thing a little elevated, and I don't want that you got to watch the salt. You gotta watch your diet a little bit, you know, workout do the things and it will bring it down. You just have to pay attention to it. So I say to my doctor today. Yeah. I'm a little concerned about that. What is your thinking on that? Because my words to him where I don't want to suffer a stroke. It's one of the worst things I could possibly imagine is if you suffer a stroke because you didn't take care of your blood pressure get out of the doctor's office. And I read about Luke Perry. Luke Perry who soared to start stardom in the nineties on Beverly Hills nine O two one O was transported to the hospital today. Now, according to reports, he suffered a massive stroke. The man is only fifty two years old. His spokesman for mister Perry. Luke Perry says. Mister Peres currently under observation of the hospital provided. No other details. At least that's we had at that time. As reported today that a family source said that the star had been put in a medically induced coma. However, his rap says that that's untrue. They're saying now the latest update we have is this that he has been sedated. But you know, you look at Luke Perry again, just fifty two years old health crisis occurred the same day that his former. Peach pit co-stars announcer. Beverly Hills nine O two one zero reboot the actor father of two did not sign on to star in the project which is going to feature. I guess the people from the original show. See Jason Priestley Jennie Garth, Ian. Zeroing Gabrielle carteris. I hope I'm not these names. I'm not aware of these other actors that much. I never watched nine zero one nine two one hour whatever this wasn't a fan. What am I will house? Doesn't matter. But some of the individuals that were in that Dylan McKay. Brian Austin green, Tori, spelling? I guess he played Dylan McKay. Anyhow. So he has a stroke. I can't imagine anything. There would be worse than suffering a stroke and not be able to communicate. My mother had suffered a stroke. So it's concerning to me. Now. Fortunately, she was okay. She can speak and everything like that. But she wasn't completely. Okay. Your arm became. Sort of locked to her chest. She could walk, but she she needed sometimes needed to be in a wheelchair. And it was very sad. Now, I go in for physicals every year. Every single year. I wanna know what's going on. I wanna stay ahead of things. So. I had a buddy as fifteen years old. I don't know how I can tell the story in a delicate manner, but I'm going to God bless, Richard. And Patsy Welsh. I loved them my friend Keith for we were we were best friends since fifteen years old. Richard was a veteran, and he was a good, man. He was a hardworking man, he was a truck driver, and he's disease. He's one of these hardcore guys, but a nice guy any would joke around and say. When you're a kid you spend the night of your Buddy's house and next morning. You're going to go to work and decide what you're what albums you're going to buy with the money that we were gonna make and he'd say Keith get up at five o'clock in the morning, boy, get up we're going to work, and he had a special nickname for me that I cannot use on the air. It's. Well, how the doctor checks your prostate? Suffice it to say that he it's a two syllable word begins and ends with some variation of the word whole. All right. Got it enough said, right? That's what he would call me. But he did it is a. Believe it or not as a term of endearment. He didn't use the word Patty said, hey there. Right. You got it. Right. Well, Richard suffered a stroke in his sixties. And. He couldn't speak correctly. And he would speak gibberish. And I don't mean that to be insulting in any way. I mean, I'm just trying to say that he would he couldn't speak. So we go. Give me something like that. And I'd go visit him, and he and Patsy and I loved them dearly. And I'd come over and pats. You would say look Richard look who's air any go. Yeah. And I'd hog him. And I said, you know, Richard dob. This is a true story. I said. You know? I don't know what you're saying, Richard. You know, I don't know what you're saying. But I'll bet you can call me by name, and he would go. Clear as a bell. I don't know how he did it by love them to this day. Patsy lived just long enough to take care of her husband. And then she passed on rest in peace, Richard. And Patsy love you. Both patois also. 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"mister perry" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Book that is that is really good. Okay. So let's have a little good story day. I was watching. I think it was ABC and they were talking about how the. Saints. Yeah. Had paid one hundred thousand dollars worth of layaway at a couple of WalMart. It's just amazing amazing. And of course, then GM followed it up, and then they also showed they had a story about a guy in the Boston area who they. They don't know who he was. They just thought he had a patriots like bomber jacket on, but he'd gone into a couple of places secret Santa pain off at WalMart or target layaway. They don't have layaway at target. They don't know. Okay. They should they. They've never had it. They never have just is that always been WalMart. Kmart had layaway and some other smaller stores but targets her never has. Okay. See what I know? But anyway, you know, people do put stops on me. So here's a story about someone who is gonna try and remain anonymous. But. It was already out there. So here we go with Tyler Perry. He's played in movies for years. Now, he's playing Santa in real life. Actor filmmaker Tyler Perry is in the Christmas spirit to the tune of four hundred and thirty thousand dollars paying off all layaway items to Atlanta area. Walmart's the superstar revealed his generous gesture on Twitter, I was trying to do this anonymously, but due to some circumstance have nothing stay secret. These days very says he was inspired to be a layaway angel after watching our story on Jimmy Thursday morning, featuring other secret Santa's who've paid off holiday layaway at walmarts across the country. I know it's hard time. Lot of people are struggling on just really really grateful to be able to be in a position to do this. And it wasn't just customers who were moved by Perry's Christmas gift. Mister perry. You are amazing. You are amazing. And I personally. Thank you. Bye associates. Thank you. And I know the community. And the final.
"mister perry" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Us L. Sharpton is on news and talk thirteen eighty w. a. okay Let's go right to the. Phones. And let people talk today go to Saint Louis to Chris Chris you keep. It in real without shopped Yes mr Something that was on the, radio station maybe two weeks ago or about the President Trump calling. Amoros adult and I just want to tell people that this is not the first time the president has called. Woman adult before we go to YouTube and type, in Megan Kelly addressing, Donald Trump, Republican, debate, Megan Kelly Donald Trump of. Pacific question she says you have a history of, calling women fat pigs dogs. And slobs and then she goes on, to say, she said do you think this is the type of personality that a sitting president should should have a person who's running for president? Should have so isn't that the first time he used that, Bedwar dog even the woman who accused him of groping they'll be referred. To dogs so I, think it's, you know sometimes people made make. That thing it'd make it. All, about Race when best is part of the, president's character of what I. See that he's been in president so, I'll let, you address that well I think that I I want to say that you are correct he has used the term many times but? I think that the fact that he used it after calling, her low life both have many kind of -tations and he knows the. Connotations and as you, yourself said, he was one by Megan Kelly. And he does it anyway It is I think not only has racial implications it has gender implications, it has all kinds of implications but whether you think it's. Racial ready you think gender bias whatever you may ascribe to, is wrong for sitting president Should also be. An example to young people in this country whose family and parents are, trying to raise them to deal in a respectful manner in the education space and later their work business base to. Be setting that kind of example so I think that that is the. Takeaway from that also think Chris that one of the reasons that a lot of people reacted is this is the person. In Arosa manigault Newman dad he appointed from the, White House as his Representative and liaison. To blacks and if. I'm Orosa was perceived in a, racial context is because that's the assignment, he gave her and, to this day and this has been as you say Said a couple of weeks now as she's been forced out, what she's come out with a book and would tail and it's been. Longer than that she was fired we still don't know what she was, fired four and if you call somebody names we should at least say well he was so angry at her doing. This that he called a name was angry at this man doing that. They reacted so he reacted in a name calling way with all of those implications and we don't even still really understand. What she did that, got her fired She is now come out and said that she thinks he's a racist is women now, that told black America give them a chance she. Uses liaison she cities racist and even when as. Far as on my show politics, nation last Sunday morning to, say, that she thinks he's trying to start a race war so I think there's a lot of reasons this has been brought. Up but thank you for your call let's go to w. a. o.. K. in Georgia to feel experience you keep it real with Al shopped Hello How you doing today well, great Reverend let me tell you about. Something The children who. Asked, for. Ride, home during the Atlanta child murders The person who asked me. For a ride, home was the person who in jail right now Mr. Wayne Williams He, was driving away Chevy who blew. Inside my, father told, me and my brother before this even happened he said l. Felix. My brother passed away he said l. Felix I wanna tell. You back and let me tell you something back and he said there's been some murders over. Here in Atlanta Anybody answer ride home just say no come on home he. Said do you, hear me we do handy so yeah we Two weeks, later my brother and? I were walking. Home, from, school And way we've asked me and, my brother for at home. During that, time, he said. He, said you'll need a ride. Home I said no thank you no thank you I. Say run, we, ran through. These, people's backyard Peacocks their, name was peacocks we. Went through, the, Peacock's backyard Iran ran on home We got home We, would it talk. Parents got home I person came on. With my mother her. Name's Jesse Jones, she told, her, I said Ma Oh at somebody s right home but we say no it? Came on home see. I'm glad you're. Getting the car with them 'cause y'all. Could have been more. Dead children who, could could, Becky Then my father came home my father came home he said hey We do we listened to you we. Didn't, get in the car with a personal ask for right home. Say I'm glad you glad? You didn't get in the car? Won't could y'all would've been tomb what did children who's got, killed twenty four people twenty. Four children keel over. Here in, Atlanta During? That time we moved here in? Nineteen eighty for New York I was born in New York Rich make a. Movie about the. Went down you know what people say I look. Just like the murderer Wayne Williams Look just like Wayne Williams I'm ready to make a movie mister Perry trying. To get me last year Get in, contact with me and try to. Have a birthday party for. Me last year but I was on cloud nine I missed out on everything If Mr. parenting getting, cut me out I'll be glad, to get in a journal Nobody else on this earth, have lived lived in life like I believed I've been to situation and stuff that no. One else has ever been through and testify. About what they've been through I have been. Through a traumatic brain injury I had a TV I. Nineteen eighty eight I tried to commit suicide because I. Had committed suicide before I have commit suicide I've been through trials. Of tribulations but God roles. Me up from the situation stuff that I've been through I've been through six deaths The Laura rose me. Up each one of the bitter, I. Give got high praise everything me. Nobody else could do what you Hct has done for me? I prayed my master twenty four seven God. Gave me a gift thing did, you insight about things happening before things are even intervene I see about. Deaths happened before even happening Pastor pastor Earl Calloway. Blessed me with that gift CNBC insight. Well I think, that's. That that thank you for your call I think that you should get. Your story out because it, may help others get through what they need to get through this a. Great testimony thank you for your call. Let's go to sent the in. South Carolina siriusxm one twenty-six Cynthia you keeping the real without? Shopped good afternoon shopping good how you doing Fine thank you Speak about the land grab, in. South Africa Mussa for. An office Sean to focus on the. Landgrab so overlook the imply that. He's endure this is just. Scapegoats on him so the Legua South Africa I know one thing that the election is coming up soon The problem is they. Were about the land it'll. Be distributed among the majority of the people that were there Also ninety percent of. The Europeans control seventy percent of that land should return to those So the. Original people they family members and all that who deserve that, land and the one time one thing that Zimbabwe The same problem there in the, United States plays sanction on them because he was a. Removing them off then returned it to the people of that land and they have a right to control that lamp anywhere I would never could go to Europe and take. Seventy percent of the, land and give the European thirteen percent only can happen in African nations even. Happening on America's sore Australia and other parts of the world when America came in stole land for the native Americans so they know for laying grabbing Killing people on that land is even more, specific than that Cynthia thank you for. Your call there was. A law against blacks being able to own land in South Africa so they didn't just lose the land it was legislated out that's why having that political empowerment in ninety four and I was an election observer over. There in Johannesburg was important that was legal that blacks could not own the land of their own families and their own nation so what they are proposing the do they in see is ever land reform to deal with how they repatriate that in terms. Of bringing the land back into where people can purchase the land that was by law excluded from the land of their families and that's. No more than right and fail Thank you.
"mister perry" Discussed on WLOB
"Well bag league carter master detective on when radio i can't believe it killer police please don't worry no ever convict protect them maybe they won't admit the evicted story headquarters you may be charged with first degree murder probably right why save lives important the time and whether or not she was wearing a coat i cholesterol he's always been shied heightened everybody along heavy anonymous only about six months really we cryptic i accurate now well acne can down here and tell you well it's just that i heard this come home night and why didn't you think we all would i didn't know it was which was at the time i it will usa that could have been out here a third of the only person could me say mister perry myself anyone else would have to ring the doorbell get by timer that about thirty mr car how did you happen to be awake at that time well after i locked the house at one o'clock i didn't sleep well to worrying about music that's how i happen to be awake at four thirty in the front door open and close then a moment later i are open the goal to the base they have gone down there now look for telling the truth about leaving the tourists camp at twelve thirty or one of in home long before that he record fifteen repayment i the white copious perry said she didn't wear he tried to burn it in the furniture but they're still plenty for identification and look at those blood stain is that aglet has coat mister perry right it's layers piece of evidence smash that story of various military.
"mister perry" Discussed on WLOB
"I'll pay you not to marry my daughter is that it precisely the only way to stop the wedding now mister perry is by writing a check for one hundred thousand dollars hundred thousand while you're out of your mind mister perry you know what would happen to a sensitive girl like agnus if she married this man you can afford the money for agnus say pay and then i'll give you ten thousand or not one cent more on marrying agnus will be much more profitable you're you're not theory all but i am idea i'm just decided in a few months mister perry will be willing to pay twice one hundred thousand nine quiet divorce if i make eggs unhappy happiness and believe me i can and will call the police force i that revolving doesn't frighten me if either of you charming people ties to stop me i'll show you i'm not lucky if you dare to marry her who tell me all about it when i return for my honeymoon this fourth spending almost an hour since he left mr cutter i tried everywhere the financial i'm sorry mr barack is bone and i were both they all you got to stop them no matter what it costs on it isn't money that's important areas time they can't get married night me even if they could get a license a three day waiting period and this date if he doesn't have a license already patchy man if they plan to get married in this state there were only somewhere to warn every minister and justice of the peace in this part of the country and the tell them wait a minute there is a way by radio the station manager of w q excuse a friend of mine and if he let us running announcement every now and then we can put the story on the air caught i think of the scandal into the important thing is to keep your daughter from marrying this man isn't it i guess cause all right go ahead with the radio announcements carter now me then by virtue of the power well this is i cabinet and not much cottages oh i don't mind nothing is accepted we're married.
"mister perry" Discussed on WCTC
"Of murder police here in my home searching for evidence please don't worry mister perry no jury will ever convict agnus under the circumstances maybe they won't miss saturday's admit the circumstances to this story headquarters you may be charged with first degree murder have probably right you and i say that aglet lie why should she lie about such unimportant things the time and whether or not she was wearing a coat his cholesterol you know agnus as i do mr guy he's always been terribly shied frightened of everybody how long have on image for side well only about six months really but we've been like christy i gordon and the button a you know well acne come down here and tell you matt allen going way so it's just that i heard me say this come home last night and why didn't you tell somebody got you knew how frantic we all i'm mister perry would i didn't know it was was at the time i i was usa why did you think that could have been this foresight here at one of the servants the only person that let me say this mister perry myself anyone else would have to ring the doorbell get what time or is about thirty mister cough i see how did you happen to be awake at that time garden well after i lock the house at one o'clock i didn't sleep worrying about music that's how i happen to be awake at four thirty in the front door open and close then a moment later i heard it open the goal to the base why should have gone down there when tag imagine wanted to now so we went down i have a look for telling the truth about leaving the tourists camp at twelve thirty or one of in home long before the elected three fifteen the timer because the right thing i pounded the white coat miss perry said she didn't wear home she cried burn it in the furniture but they're still plenty left for identification and look at those bloodstain is that his coat mister perry.
"mister perry" Discussed on WCTC
"God god i want it that way you're going to hate me a lot more as i say longer why you little slap me what you can get away with me tony i can play rough can touch me are you kidding me you got enough you is that guy i'm gonna give you a little lesson and white for you you know the perry who have been he realizes eight o'clock in the morning then walking the streets for hours and we didn't hear anything by midnight i knew it wasn't a you say good things somebody stayed here at the radio station nix on the phone now i mean they've been found i think so listen well thank you the core the core the core a justice of the peace from upstate her the announcement of the morning news is the piece he married yes all he said he performed the ceremony a ten thirty last night i suppose is nothing to do now the go home i better go tell you broadcast anymore notices i'm nick speaking this is linda foresight mr cottage is agnus father there or you're just a moment for you mister perry misfortunately or lender to stay at my house last night is called a linda mister perry i have wonderful new we his back there at the house now she must have come home during the night tom towers that land with a no one ever made a sleep in her own room a few minutes ago but lock yourself in what talk to me i we will be home and ten minutes leave me alone what tell you anything about it miss perry no you and tony blair did naturally your father wants.