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Fresh "Montgomery" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:01 min | 19 min ago

Fresh "Montgomery" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Done. It looks like the report is calling for that to be changed and for repairs to be done for free. Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes It's 1148. Traffic and weather on the 8s, rich hunter with traffic. All right, you got delays on the inner loop of the beltway in Virginia as you approach and pass Arlington boulevard headed toward I 66, where eventually down to one single lane to the rights of the work zone, the rams go east on 66 is open, but the ramp to go west on 66 closing and as part of that works on your diverted up to route 7 to work your way back. Now on the add loop of the beltway, working between the American legion bridge and Georgetown pike, right lanes get you by, and then on the ramp to go west on 66 single file right past the work on 66 west on its cells as you cross over the belly headed out toward nutley street. You're down to a single lane to the left getting past the works and it remains very slow there as well. And again, for folks coming off the adult be extra careful over your merge on. Now on the belly and Maryland, it's termed emergency work on the analytic approach and pass over the top of branch avenue bridge deck work, stay left past that work zone. If you're traveling over in a Montgomery county Randolph road remains closed between Neville street and Parkland drive, I've had for the cleanup and investigation of freight train incident this afternoon that involved the freight train hitting a striking a work vehicle and again, a lot of damage was done there so repairs continue, no word yet and when that will reopen, 95 southbound between route 6 30 Stafford and centerport Parkway from montmartre's one 39 to one 38, eventually down to one single length left through the works and again, they are going to be doing temporary total closures later on tonight between midnight and 3 a.m. they can hold traffic for up to 30 minutes where they're laying steel beams on what will be the new bridge for American legion road over top of 95. Royalty is coming to Maryland play the new cassius king and lady luck scratch offs from the Maryland lottery with prizes up to $2 million instantly, and please play responsibly rich hunter W tappy traffic. Your forecast from Doug camera. We've got The Rain, making its way in on our Friday from hurricane Ian, moving our way, but it will not be a hurricane when it gets here. It's

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Fresh update on "montgomery" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 30 min ago

Fresh update on "montgomery" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Maintenance he's found carries two way traffic one lane for each direction of travel for now no big delay as you continue west on 50 headed toward Annapolis. They are working between the entrance at sandy point over toward cape saint Clair road, single file left get your body works on can't necessarily see the closure, but they're also saying that the exit to cape saint Clair road is closed, so just be where you may not be able to exit there as a result. Now if you're traveling 100 westbound approaching the I 95 interchange in outreach single file right past the work zone, westbound Maryland 200 west of I 95 single right lane past work, three O one southbound between rosemary road and route 6 port tobacco road down on the plate of single file left has to construction and heads up for the work again at the nice Middleton bridge where times they may be doing alternating traffic through the work zone there. If you're traveling on the beltway end of Virginia, add a loop, it should south to the American legion bridge toward Georgetown by two right lanes past the work zone. Then on the ramp to go west on 66 you're down to a single ride lane over in Montgomery county, Randolph Fred remains closed between Neville street and park lawn drive, clean up an investigation of the south afternoon's freight train crash involving a vehicle. So again, that remains closed in both directions until further

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Fresh "Montgomery" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:53 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh "Montgomery" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"October 4th on all podcast platforms. Traffic and weather on the 8s and when it breaks with bob inler in the traffic center. On the bellway and prince George's county inner loop is heavy and slow getting past exit 13 Richie Marlboro road for reads is not quite clear as of yet. Maybe a new problem up ahead just after Richie Marlborough road and Montgomery county interleukin after Connecticut avenue had word of a car fire. There is a brief slowdown through there. In fact, it's getting up the hill to a point before Georgia avenue, and it's quite heavy now. So guess there's something to that. Randolph wrote is still closed. These to three 55 and will be for quite some time to come at Neville street at the railroad crossing with a crash involving a train that hit a work truck, so that is closed in both directions, Randolph wrote it Neville at the railroad crossing. Two 70 is without delay, we're in pretty good shape on 95 and the Baltimore Washington Parkway. And in Virginia 95 south, after Dale City in the rest area, what's left of the crash is on the left shoulder now. But on the outer loop of the beltway after actually 54 Braddock road, there is a crash and getting my two lanes to the left out of the fire department has showed up. So be very careful headed towards Springfield on the outer loop. Periton during the camp be done for national security because our way of life depends on it visit parent dot com for more info, bob in the WTO traffic. Storm team four's four day forecast for Mike's Jennifer. The remnants of Ian will affect our weather for the next several days, a good deal of cloud coverage tonight lows will be

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Fresh "Montgomery" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh "Montgomery" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Points, a new D.C. agency is coming online. I'm Jeff Klebold. Three 48. Traffic and weather on the HD dildine how are folks doing out there? In Virginia on I 66 westbound from the belt, wait a minute. Slow westbound and oakton with new crash reported near one 23, a truck stalled in the right center lane closer to fairfax county Parkway, but police were trying to wrangle that onto a shoulder. Slow 28 to bull run as well. Outer loop, right lanes moving veteran to Springfield works on now clear at the old key mill road at ramp. Volume delays on 95 through woodbridge three 95 south near sherlin and the ITER loop Tyson's to the spur, Great Falls indications that the work crew on Georgetown pike between walker and Lee mill wrote is still at work still doing something there because traffic is still backed up alternating at last report as we end into rush as we enter into rush hour in Montgomery and prince George's counties, volume is certainly a factor on the beltway as it is on two 70 north of Rockville and Germantown, 95 northbound through Laurel, Baltimore, Washington Parkway north of Laurel and one 98 the crash is out of the way. 50 between the beltway and the bay bridge only a little heavy eastbound near the severan river in the district. D.C. two 95 northbound very slow from the 11th street bridge to eastern avenue. Southbound I two 95 slow from the DoD exits toward the Wilson bridge three 95 heavy and slow between the third street tunnel. And 14th street bridge and getting slower out of foggy bottom, into Georgetown on the whitehurst freeway, westbound. This traffic report is sponsored by Burke and Herbert bank, local knowledge and local decisions for commercial banking. It's better at Bergen Herbert bank at your service since 1852. I'm Dave dildine double dot traffic. Let's go to storm team four now. We've got Mike still got some pretty nice weather right now, but boy this weekend. It's going to be pretty wet. Yeah, I'm going to have to find some indoor activities

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Fresh "Montgomery" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:00 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh "Montgomery" from WTOP 24 Hour News

". Ten 28. Traffic and weather on the 8s, Rita Kessler and the WTO traffic center. We're seeing major delays along the George Washington Parkway looks like we have quite a few work zones there. Both directions of the Parkway were slow near the scenic overlook, so watch for any work that may be in both directions and south bounce levels after the scenic overlooks headed passed about runs, about run is also slow trying to get onto the southbound George Washington Parkway. It is near the key bridge, where you may find a work crew taking a lane. Also in Virginia and the warrant in area southbound 29 before Beverly's mill road and broad run church road the right lane is blocked with the wreck. Southbound 15 near dominion valley drive in haymarket was a report of a crash, and on the beltway it was the outer loop of the beltway after van dorn street a broken down tanker truck taking the right lane. The inner loop of the beltway was slow headed toward Georgetown pike. This was work in the left lane, and we still have delays in both directions of the beltway in the area of two 36 or little river turnpike. So keep an eye out for work possibly in both directions. We are seeing a slowdown headed past 29 headed towards 66 as well, and that is usually a work crew along the right side. In Maryland, southbound two 70 between one 21 and father Hurley boulevard, that was a report of a wreck, the near Montgomery village avenue, the mobile work crew, that's where they were last seen on the left side. Getting across the bay bridge, wind warnings in effect, but this doesn't carry any vehicle restrictions. I'm Rita Kessler WTO traffic. Now the storm team four is Mike. Cool across the region today. It'll turn breezy by this afternoon. Our highs upper 60s to lower 70s. Skies will turn cloudy tonight, loves to be in the 40 suburbs, low 50s to the district. A chance of rain

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Neil Parrott Provides an Update on His Campaign

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | Last week

Neil Parrott Provides an Update on His Campaign

"Telling the audience before you know I ran there Maryland district 6 I almost won Almost doesn't count Horseshoes and hand grenades but I've watched that district for a long time It's western Maryland It's a portion of Montgomery county It was a district before redistricting that was in the hands of a Republican Roscoe Bartlett for a really long time You're running there now you won your primary How do your polls look How are you feeling about it And your opponent David trone is super weak This guy's one of these wealthy dudes It doesn't think he needs to do anything to campaign How are you feeling about the race overall Hey thanks for asking First of all you were in a 2014 a great race A lot of us went to bed that night thinking you had won You're just we're all out I loved your campaign Matter of fact I love it so much I've hired your campaign manager and we are really excited We've got a great ground game We're getting our message out I do encourage anybody who's listening to go to Neil Perry dot org Neil OTT dot org where they can help us My opponent owns total wines and more He's spending about $15 million in this race which is more than our governor's race both candidates combined But you are right He is very weak because he hasn't done much for this district at all People hardly know who he is Our polls show that he's ahead 47% to 44% right now but when we give them just a few pieces of information just general information his support goes down to around 34% mine goes up to 55% in a bunch more become undecided I mean this race we can win and this will help change the direction our country is going It will help get rid of Nancy Pelosi We just need 5 seats to flip from Democrat to Republican This is one of those seats right here

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McCutchen homers, drives in 3 in Brewers' 8-4 win over Cards

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

McCutchen homers, drives in 3 in Brewers' 8-4 win over Cards

"Andrew mccutcheon homers and drives in three to lead the brewers past the Cardinals 8 to four Milwaukee's now 7 games behind the indo central division leading redbirds and in the thick of the wild card race but the designated hitter doesn't want to think about that right now I don't even know where we are right now on the standards But we just take it day by day you know And you know we got 19 games now Nolan are not all drives in a pair for St. Louis Jordan Montgomery suffers his first loss as a cardinal Milwaukee would use 8 pitchers to secure the victory Mike Reeves St. Louis

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Montgomery stays unbeaten with Cardinals, blanks Cubs

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 weeks ago

Montgomery stays unbeaten with Cardinals, blanks Cubs

"Jordan Montgomery is now 5 and O with the Cardinals after tossing 6 plus innings in the red birds 8 to nothing win over the cubs that left they allow 7 hits while striking out four Anytime I can put up zeros for the team is great I'm just trying to go out there and go deep in the game and save some of our relievers so they can have a night off and get as many outs as I can I'll be Edmond hits a three run home run in large new bar adds a two run blast for the NL central division leaders who have won 23 of their last 30 games Mike Reeves St. Louis

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Pujols homers as Montgomery, Cardinals blank Cubs 1-0

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Pujols homers as Montgomery, Cardinals blank Cubs 1-0

"Jordan Montgomery went the distance on a one hitter is the cardinal shut off the cubs one nothing Montgomery has been brilliant since coming over in a trade from the Yankees I try and stay confident all the time It's hard in baseball as roller coaster so try and forget this after tomorrow Like I said just keep every bullpen I'm working on something and then when I get to take the ball and compete and just try and make pictures Offensively Albert Pujols hit yet another home run his 6th in the last 7 games and number 6 93 for his career He also went deep against the 449th different pitcher in his career that ties Barry Bonds for the top of that list David Schuster Chicago

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Montgomery wins 3rd straight as Cardinals top Rockies 5-1

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Montgomery wins 3rd straight as Cardinals top Rockies 5-1

"Jordan Montgomery is now three and O since joining the Cardinals at the trade deadline after pitching the red birds to a 5 to one win over the rockies the lefty allows one run while striking out 8 over 5 and two third innings I'm just trying to be a workhorse for the guys Go out there every 5 days and go as deep as I can so I'm not really happy with 5 and two thirds but we won and through the ball pretty well So I'm just gonna keep trying to build off of it Nolan Gorman drives in three for the central division leaders who are now three games in front of the second place brewers the rockies have dropped four straight Mike Reeves St. Louis

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Montgomery comes up big again as Cardinals beat Brewers 3-1

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Montgomery comes up big again as Cardinals beat Brewers 3-1

"Jordan Montgomery pitches 6 shutout innings to pick up the win as the Cardinals down the Bruges three to one St. Louis gets a solo home run by Nolan Arenado at a two run shot from Paul go Schmidt who impressed bruh skipper Craig counsel He's swinging the bat so well that you don't if you make a mistake he's making you pay and you know there's making you pay with the base head and he's making me pay with the Homer Eric Lauer takes the loss He's aided for the red birds are now a game and a half in front of Milwaukee for the top spot in the central Mike Reeves St. Louis

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Search for missing New Hampshire girl Harmony Montgomery is now a homicide investigation

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Search for missing New Hampshire girl Harmony Montgomery is now a homicide investigation

"A New Hampshire missing child case has shifted to a homicide probe I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest Authorities say the search for a New Hampshire girl who disappeared at age 5 and 2019 but was not reported missing until late last year is now considered a homicide investigation New Hampshire's attorney general says that authorities have now concluded that harmony Montgomery was murdered police first became aware that she might be missing when they received a call from the girl's mother in November harmony's father and stepmother have pleaded not guilty to charges related to her well-being They told police that the father Adam Montgomery brought harmony to be with her mother in Massachusetts around Thanksgiving in 2019

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Montgomery College Internship Disallowed White Applicants

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:37 min | Last month

Montgomery College Internship Disallowed White Applicants

"And that's a problem. If you're wanting a job at Montgomery college, in Maryland. So campus reform, the author of this great piece, Sterling Mosley. Writing that the university was looking to hire two faculty interns. Again, this is a community college in Maryland, and there was a requirement that the interns be minorities. Now it's a little weird. Yours truly, Todd steins is proud to be a hockey. A person of the Caucasian persuasion. A saltine American, if you will. We don't like to say that the cracker C word on my apologies. Were we able to dump that? Oh, we did. Okay, my apologies. So, the C word. You all right there. I know, I had to fall out of my chair. Saltine American. So anyway, campus reform got a hold of this. And they're like, wait, wait, what? You're only non white. If you are not a white person, you are not allowed to apply for the job. So it's like you show up, you've got a nice Brooks brothers suit and tie and you walk in there and your hair is combed and you smell nice. You smell good. The old spice. You got the shoes polished. Oh man, we're triggering people all over the place right now. You'll walk in there and you've got your resume and you're on time. For the interview. Which is very racist, judo. You walk in there on time and you hand over your resume and they don't even bother to look at it and they said, sorry, you're white.

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Montgomery beats former team as Cardinals blank Yankees 1-0

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Montgomery beats former team as Cardinals blank Yankees 1-0

"Montgomery tosses 5 innings to record the win in his St. Louis debut as the Cardinals down the Yankees one to nothing the lefty picks up the victory against the team that dealt him away at the trade deadline It definitely feels good Guys are playing such great baseball I'm glad I could come in and kind of keep it going So we're just going to keep trying to play hard and play good Drives in the game to only run with a first inning single the cards have won 6 straight to move into first place in the NL central New York's lost to seize at high four to row Mike Reeves St. Louis

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Haggerty hits pinch homer and M's hang on to beat Yanks 8-6

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Haggerty hits pinch homer and M's hang on to beat Yanks 8-6

"Pinch hitter Sam haggerty opened the 7th inning with the go ahead Homer Andres muniz escaped the bases loaded jam in the 9th and the Seattle Mariners hung on for an 8 6 victory over the Yankees Haggerty batted for left handed hitting Jared Kellen against left hander Lucas ludic and broke a 6 6 tie by lifting a one O cutter into the left field stands His pitch is all would come into a right hander so you're definitely looking at trying to get something out over the plate that was going to come in and you know I was just fortunate enough to find a barrel The Mariners victory came just hours after a busy trade deadline across the league including in New York The yanks traded Jordan Montgomery and Joey Gallo ahead of Tuesday's game Krishna Arnold New York

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Ryan Girdusky: The Reason to Start 1776 Project Pac

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Ryan Girdusky: The Reason to Start 1776 Project Pac

"The problem as well Having run for office myself and having lost it was a great experience because you're right when you don't have a competitive primary for say president governor or senator on the Republican side And we don't have one for Ron DeSantis which is a good thing He's a great governor We don't want him to waste assets in a silly primary but the downside Ryan you're not getting the mailers You're not seeing the TV commercials So a lot of people you know they live busy lives They're going to take their kids to soccer games I got to go to work get food on the table They're just not seeing it like the Democrats are who have a competitive primary for governor So it's our responsibility to go to the county board of elections blank county whatever you live in Martin county where I live doesn't matter Fill it in put in board of elections It's your responsibility isn't it to know when these primaries are and how to vote Yeah no it's so it's so essential And it's one of these elections Everyone really cares about the sexy politics They want to know about the governor the president of the senator And even like donors I mean talking to donors constantly about these elections are like well I'm making sure we win X Y or Z congressional or Senate seat And I'm like that's fine But the amount of effort just to put in just to get that extra little number of Republicans and conservatives over the line for school board is so much lower but it's so much harder at the same time The reason that I started my pack last year and last year we did 58 school board elections I've never started a super PAC by myself before We did 58 elections I mean one 42 of them And the reason we won 42 is because my entire focus in such an off off year cycle was to sit there and just increase Republican turnout for maybe 10% to 13% And because Democrats honestly a lot of more voting either that was enough to win in places like Montgomery county Pennsylvania which voted for Hillary Biden Obama very liberal place We won 6 of our 8 school board

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The School Districts' Gender-Bending Policy

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

The School Districts' Gender-Bending Policy

"And there is an amazing another story here out of Maryland now. Breitbart reports Maryland school district requires assisting child, gender transition. And not telling parents Maryland's Montgomery county public schools are requiring teachers and administrators to both facilitate a child's quote gender transition and lie to that child's parents about it. According to district wide guidance, the school district also appears to promote a parent re-education plan for those who are non supportive. In other words, if you're a little kid says to you that your little boy says I am a girl, you are supposed to say, of course you were a girl. How can I support you in becoming a girl?

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Montgomery City Hall, Alabama And Davis discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Montgomery City Hall, Alabama And Davis discussed on AP News Radio

"The oldest living member of an all black all female World War II unit will be recognized for her service at an event at Montgomery city hall in Alabama Rome Davis doesn't want to believe how old she actually is I don't want to believe it but they say so The World War II vet enlisted in 1943 was eventually sent to Europe as part of the 6th triple 8 where she was in the motor pool delivering mail and is extremely proud of her contributions saying it was exciting for a country girl from Virginia For country girls to see it had I had to go up fast Part of that growing up fast she says was confronting the racism and sexism In March President Biden signed a bill authorizing the congressional gold medal for the unit I'm Julie Walker

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102-year-old WWII veteran from segregated mail unit honored

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

102-year-old WWII veteran from segregated mail unit honored

"The oldest living member of an all black all female World War II unit will be recognized for her service at an event at Montgomery city hall in Alabama Rome Davis doesn't want to believe how old she actually is I don't want to believe it but they say so The World War II vet enlisted in 1943 was eventually sent to Europe as part of the 6th triple 8 where she was in the motor pool delivering mail and is extremely proud of her contributions saying it was exciting for a country girl from Virginia For country girls to see it had I had to go up fast Part of that growing up fast she says was confronting the racism and sexism In March President Biden signed a bill authorizing the congressional gold medal for the unit I'm Julie Walker

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THIS Is Why Charlie Is Such a Critic of the GOP Establishment

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:19 min | 2 months ago

THIS Is Why Charlie Is Such a Critic of the GOP Establishment

"The growth and opportunity project, the RNC, this is back in 2012, said quote, if Hispanic Americans perceive that a Republican nominee or candidate does not want them in the United States, IE self deportation, they will not pay attention to our next sentence. In the last election, governor Romney goes back and he's a governor not a senator, received just 27% of the Hispanic vote, the Republican establishment wrote back in 2012. We've chased the Hispanic voter out of his natural home. We're not a policy committee, but among the steps Republicans can take in the Hispanic community and beyond, we must embrace and champion comprehensive immigration reform. This is the Republicans message back in 2012. Now you want to know why I am such a critic why I am such a, let's say outspoken opponent to the Republican establishment because they lied to you. They want cheap labor for their mass resorts or their major development construction projects, they want cheap labor to be able to bring down American wages. It's not about comprehensive immigration reform to win over Hispanics. It's about bottom line profits. So in 2012, the RNC was going around donor after donor after donor, and I sat in one of those rooms, very early on. We had almost, we had no staff at turning point USA, I was with Bill Montgomery, May he rest in peace and some other friends in Chicago. We just kind of sat and listened to it. All about how we need to move to the middle. We need to be Amnesty defenders as Republicans. That the only way we are going to win over Hispanics is if we get to the Amnesty issue before Democrats, it's in the autopsy document ten years ago. Now, you might be asking Charlie, why do I care about what was written ten years ago? It's actually incredibly important. It's profound. Because they haven't changed. Many Republicans are still saying this, but ten years later, everything they told us to do was wrong. Everything the Republican establishment told us to do was a line. And the numbers are showing

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Fetterman absence raises stakes for Dems in key Senate race

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Fetterman absence raises stakes for Dems in key Senate race

"John fetterman's absence is raising the stakes for Democrats in a key Senate race Democrats hoping to maintain a fragile Senate majority or keeping an eye on the race in Pennsylvania Lieutenant governor John fetterman hasn't been seen much since he suffered a stroke in May and underwent surgery to implant a pacemaker The democratic candidate hasn't been fielding questions from the press although his campaign staff says he's been walking 5 miles a day making fundraising calls and holding meetings Joe foster who recently retired as party chair in Montgomery county says the campaign told him they figured fetterman would start getting out in mid July Federman and Republican candidate doctor mehmet Oz had been exchanging barbs on social media with the Democrat portraying Oz as a carpet bagger after Oz filmed the campaign ad at his mansion in New Jersey He trolled the TV host with a video from MTV's Jersey Shore star snooki telling Oz he'd be back in New Jersey soon Meanwhile Oz laced up running shoes and went for a jog as he welcomed fetterman back on the campaign trail saying it will be good to focus on fetterman's quote crazy leftist ideas rather than his health I'm Jennifer King

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McKenzie superb for 7 innings as Guardians edge Yankees 2-0

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

McKenzie superb for 7 innings as Guardians edge Yankees 2-0

"The Yankees were almost no hit for the second straight weekend as Tristan Mackenzie led the guardians to a two zero victory Mackenzie combined with two relievers on a one hitter helping Cleveland avoid a three game sweep Mackenzie worked the first 7 innings allowing only a fourth inning single to Josh Donaldson Franmil Reyes provided the scoring with a fourth inning Homer and an RBI single in the 8th Jordan Montgomery was pinned with the Yankee 6th loss in their last 32 games He allowed three hits over 5 innings I'm Dave

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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 7:24 p.m. EDT

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 3 months ago

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 7:24 p.m. EDT

"AP sports I'm Dave ferry A person with knowledge of the deal says set of Rudy Gobert has been dealt by the jazz to the Timberwolves for four first round draft picks between 2023 and 2029 along with Patrick Beverly Malik Beasley and the rights to 2022 first rounder walker Kessler Two American men advanced to the fourth round of Wimbledon on Friday while two were ousted Francis TFO and Tommy Paul advanced Yannick center beat John Isner and Steve Johnson was beaten by Cameron nori Top seed Novak Djokovic lost just 7 games in his straight sets victory Metz pitcher Max Scherzer is now scheduled to make his return Tuesday against the reds More than a month after straining his left oblique The three time Cy Young award winner hasn't pitched since May 18th against the Cardinals Jim Montgomery is the new head coach of the bruins the 53 year old Montgomery spent the past two seasons as an assistant with the blues The sharks have fired bob bugner and his staff two months after the season ended the decision comes as San Jose remains in the market for a new general manager I'm Dave ferry AP sports

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"montgomery" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:08 min | 8 months ago

"montgomery" Discussed on WTOP

"Montgomery county police in the county's public schools this morning say they are aware of multiple social media posts that mention threats against schools in particular Wheaton high school but at least have determined that there is a low chance that these threats are valid The school system shared the post with W TOP we found that they contain racist and anti semitic comments parents were sent an email about those threats last night In just a few days Montgomery county's board of education will name the next school superintendent We've learned that the company that get a contract to help in the search has hired the former superintendent After Jack Smith retired as Montgomery county school superintendent in June the board of education hired a search firm hazard young atia and associates or hya to help find a successor A look on the firm's website shows now Jack Smith is an associate with the search firm to Reese Meyer is director of operations at 8 YA He has zero to do it the Montgomery county search That started in September He's just doing training He hasn't been assigned to any contracts or anything like that The current interim superintendent monifa mcknight worked as deputy superintendent under Smith and has applied to succeed him Kate Ryan See Arlington public school system wants to transition its virtual learning programs focus away from the pandemic Superintendent Francisco deran proposes the system take time to rework its virtual schooling as the coronavirus becomes an endemic It is simply asking to pause so that we can continue to think through what is the best way that we can serve all of our students who need a virtual learning as an option We do need some time to do that And it will look differently And it needs to look differently Now if the school board approves the recommendation to pause and rework that program students now learning virtually can either return to school or apply for a medical exemption to remain in virtual learning they'll have to learn through the virtual Virginia program That's the state's online learning platform Families would have until March 7th to decide whether their children will remain in virtual learning A movie that some believe could be nominated for an Oscar for best documentary short has a local tie Audible on Netflix follows the Maryland school for the deaf in Frederick Maryland I don't think of it as a football film Football's just a great metaphor for the ups and downs of life Director Matt Hogan's captures unique details like vibrating a gong to start each play I wanted to convey to a hearing audience what it's like to be deaf And also vibrations So if someone that's death turns up the volume they might feel it Jennifer Ortiz of the Maryland school for the death also joined us with an interpreter We were founded in 1868 We are a state funded school free for all different heart of hearing students throughout the state They do not pay tuition And we serve students birth to the ages 21 Jason for LAW news We find out Tuesday if the film is nominated for an Oscar Up ahead on TOP a black Virginia delegate has had his application to join the black legislative caucus turned down will take a look at what happened there It's 7.

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"montgomery" Discussed on Veteran on the Move

Veteran on the Move

07:21 min | 11 months ago

"montgomery" Discussed on Veteran on the Move

"A very real thing. So beware. Yeah, that's awesome. All right, well, hold that thought. We're going to take a quick break. We'll be right back. I've been a navy federal credit. You remember for over 31 years. Back in 1990 during my first few weeks of active duty, one of my fellow marines told me I had to become a member of navy federal because they know and understand the military. So I did. And 31 years later, I still have that exact same account. We also now have all of our business accounts with navy federal. In honor of Veterans Day, navy federal thanks veterans in a meaningful way. They offer resources like best careers after service, best cities after service. They're a top VA home lender. They offer veteran employment assistance partnerships with nonprofits like U.S. vets. They get the military. At navy federal, every day is Veterans Day. You can learn more at navy federal dot org slash veterans. That's navy federal dot org slash veterans. Insured by NC UA and equal housing lender. Back talking with army veteran Patrick Montgomery founder of Casey cattle company. So Patrick just had to know where you jumped in entrepreneurship, started business, a lot of lessons learned, what kind of skills did you learn in the military, what were some of those skills you had learned from all your experience in the army that really came to light and helped out in being a business owner? It's a great question, Joe and I think there's a couple things that jump immediately to mind there in the first which is we mentioned that our original business plan, which is failing. It just was not working. We were losing money in over fist. And one of the things you learned in the military is you can have the best plan in the world, but when that first shot goes over your head, it goes out the window, right? We've all heard that a million times. And that carries over so well to the business world because you can learn to flip that switch when you're in the military. Hey, this isn't working. I need to try new plan of attack. You're not setting that ego that egotistical. I created this plan. It's got to work. I got to keep double and down. And so adaptability is freaking huge that you learn in the military, the transfers over very well to entrepreneurship. The other part should work ethic, right? You're no stranger to work in 60 to 80 hours a week. And that's what you're going to do those first couple years of business. And even now, it's like we're in our fourth year sales. We have an established business model, but I still work 68 hours a week. But I get to do it in places like this talking to you instead of in an office cube somewhere. So I just think the military does a lot of disservices to veterans in the aspect of they don't preach entrepreneurship more. We all hear that there's all these issues going on in the venture community. But I think part of that is perspective. We all dealt with things that were terrible when we were in. Whether you deploy it or not, and if you just kind of flip that mindset of a, those things I experienced are going to be detrimental to the rest of my life to hey, I'm the take that experience. And I'm going to use it to motivate myself to go do awesome things in my community once I exit. I think it's huge. Right. Yeah, great perspective. So you're in year four, you say of Casey cattle company roughly yep, this is a fourth year sales. So have you started if you start making a profit? Yeah, so last year was our first year making money. Awesome. What was it specifically that turned the tide? Was it the hot dogs? Or was it just a reassessment of the whole business model? So the hot dogs was a great deal. We lost money on that, because my business just wasn't designed to ship single packs, hot dogs across the country. We gained 20,000 customers that read about our story and loved the brand and they absolutely loved the product so they came back to purchase more. So we get an established business model out of that, going into 2020, we had all these plans of a little more controlled growth instead of just chaotic growth like we experienced in 2019. But then obviously COVID changed all that. And for us, it was in a good way. I mean, people can find protein on their shelves, so they were scouring the Internet for beef and they came to us. And so we gained a ton of new customers out of that as well. So going back to the hot dog thing, everyone talks about it. Don't eat hot dogs or so much bad stuff in them. Obviously, your hot dogs don't have all this bad stuff in them. So have you had any issues overcoming the stigma of the whole concept of hot to hugs? Well, you know, it's kind of good for us because we have a ton of counterarguments to the arguments people make to us, right? It's packed full of sodium. Our hot dogs are one of the lowest sodium that you're going to find. Out there. So moms love to feed them to their kids. People that are worried about their help of the eat are hot dogs. We're not pumping in some of the weird things that you see in hot dogs throughout the store. All natural, uncured, fully cooked caseless hot dog made a 100% with Wagyu beef. So it kind of sells itself and once you try the product, people are like, man, it's best hot dog I've ever had. You're always going to have that stigma of people that are healthcare just, but I always like to say, you know what's worse for you that tight coker hot dog and I'm going to argue it's the Diet Coke. Yeah, exactly. And so as far as the beef price is hamburger, great steaks, typically I'm assuming you're a little bit higher than a lot of the other beef that's there in the freezer. Yeah, so Wagyu beef across the boards more expensive. That's for two full kind of which we talked about earlier. You feed them for about twice as long. So you put more inputs into them and they're staying alive for another year. So that's one of the reasons they're smaller frame cow with the smaller yield to beat they come off of them. So there is definitely a premium for our product. Don't be surprised when you see that. But compared to the our competitors, we are quite a bit cheaper. And it's probably not as expensive as any time you go into a whole foods or any of the health food stores everything in this automatically more expensive, whether it really needs to be or not. So talk about some of the other aspects of running a business and how important your leadership skills from the army have come into play and dealing with employees and I did see something where you're only hiring veterans. You only have veterans working for you is that right? Yeah, so we have all veterans working here. There's 7 of us now. And it's a pretty tiny group people would like to say, like, oh, that's so cool. You do that, but it's a huge benefit for the company because we all had the same work ethic and we're pretty picky about the veterans. We do bring on here. But we all have the same mentality. We all have the same goal and I also think that's one of the things the military teaches you just taking care of your guys. That's what good leaders do. And gals. And so that's one of the things I brought in the business is, you know, it's not all about me, making money. If we have a good year, we get back. And we get back to veteran organizations and I embrace the suck just just alongside everybody else that works.

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"montgomery" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"montgomery" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"That like i have long days. I know you do too. Like i have some really long days and i have a heavy schedule every single day. Like you could start at nine. Am and hawks games. I get home from my hawks games at like one. Am sometimes a west coast game. Oh my god but for me. It's like i don't know..

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"montgomery" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"montgomery" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"You're dealing with very confident. People that believe in themselves that have strong personalities alpha males alpha females those types of personalities. That's the hardest type of environments manage ever. so when i'm now in the boardroom or the meetings like it's honestly as easy as easier in a sense of people aren't going to like if you say something to another athlete they bark back and look at you like and what you know. And that's just that's athletes. And i'm like no we gotta just figure this out like y'all shit you know you have to manage those an on the fly in sports this like we got a five second huddle because a free throw two people are at we gotta figure it out we gotta get the play it. We gotta get back out before. The referee gives us a delay of game. You know so. It's like high pressure situations when i'm doing different meanings or i'm talking to different people now. I'm just like man. This is such a slower pace than sports. But i like it. 'cause it's still a team environment so i'm like i send my email them by yo. What up squad start my emails like that like i. I still bring me to the office and for me. It's been. That's been the best part that i can do that. But the hard part is you know. This is people's livelihood in jobs and win. You might be a supervisor. Those parts of it are difficult. When did you realize you were good. At leading i think i it in college coach auriemma. He made me realize that he kept. When i was a freshman at uconn we had seniors there. And i felt like i felt like i needed to listen to them. Because they're older than me and they're they're you know they've earned it and so i remember. I'll never forget coach. Ram had a very heated. Long discussion about me about window. I plan on being the leader that they've they've recruited. Basically knowledge is like whoa like. I thought that basically my freshman year. I kind of ride the wave. They lead the team in in next year. Maybe afterwards out earned my stripes but basically coach auriemma was like look. We brought you here because of what we saw so don't lay down because you're younger or older. He was like. I don't care who leads the team but we need a leader and i was just like i took that like serious and so from that point on is where i'm like if coach. Ram that coaches at this historic school yukon. Sees me to be this. Great leader will then. Maybe i am a later..

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"montgomery" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"montgomery" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"If i give them half of me so i opted out so that i could just focus on what was on my heart and on my mind and so when i told people that they're like yeah i get it because like i eat sleep breathe. Whatever i'm into and so you can't do both how hard a decision was it. It was so hard And a lot of people think. I just woke up and sent the tweet i had been thinking about it for probably two weeks. You know at the time. I had talked to snuck and diddy on like telling them what i think. They said they support me. Either way you know so. That was. That was good. I talked to my fiancee. She was like look everybody in my life. Basically told me they're here for me. I even talked to my head. Coach coach nikki colin. And i told her what i was thinking issues like you know as a coach it sucks but as just a human live in asean. What's going on here Like i respect it so for me. And once i kinda got that green light from everyone it made me feel better about it because i really like. Let my teammates or people down. And so when i figured everybody was like so supportive. I was a little bit shocked But a comfort in knowing like this if felt writes a me and when everybody got it. It made me confirm that. I think i'm doing the right thing. What were the specific triggers and influences. Was it something that built over time. I mean this crazy. Because i knew a black excellence was at a very young age because i told you my parents went to an hvac you. My sister ended up going to that. Hec you Very comfortable with the divine nine. This wordy fraternity life. Like i'm i'm i was emerged in that world so i saw what that looked like and then also saw throughout my career is different things that was going on. But what really was i would say. The the moment that i couldn't forget was when we were all sitting. Still you know all my jobs were connected. The sport so i was supposed to be calling the women's ncaa tournament last year bagai cancelled. I was supposed to be calling the nba g. league last year that guy cancelled so all of a sudden i went from booked in busy to like. We're all sitting in the house. Quarantine you know and and i had to steal and i think that's what everybody talks about that moment where you're just still edges looking at what's going on and that's what happened. When george floyd passed away it was like we all knew it was bad..

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"montgomery" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"montgomery" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"In there with respect. And they treated you the same way they treat you like rockstars in russia's actually crazy you have a driver that Takes you everywhere even. If it's like two o'clock in the morning you gotta gravy. You want some mcdonalds. The driver will come pick you up If we went to a allowance one time the driver will wait for you until you get out and take you so. It's a very upscale life like my my condo was pretty crazy i was living nice okay. I was living really well and and basically like if you do well for them. They're going to do well for you and so for me. I give every situation everything. I have and they respected it. Where did you learn the most. Where on along the playing stops i. Let's say i think. I learned the most in russia because they they move a certain way. They're very business oriented they if they say they're going to pay you on the twelfth they're going to pay you on the twelfth you know and other countries is not like that so what i learned is that you like. Sometimes the check isn't as a necessarily worth it. You know in in some countries so russia at a certain point they hit a little down a little down and they there are other countries that we're paying comparable to them. Usually no one pays comparable to russia. And even the top two teams like that diana's rossi played on for years. Suber played on for years right now. Brittany griner plays for them and and brandon stewart. Place for them right now. Those top teams. They're playing players millions of dollars literally millions so that you can't compete with those type of top teams but the teams under that other countries could so one year i left russia and i went to go play like in turkey because it was a comparable amount but that's when i started to learn that every price tag is different and so while turkey was paying me a good amount. I it wasn't worth it. I would have rather taken in less a lesser amount and play play to russia. Is there anything that you would have liked to know when you were eighteen or nineteen about that as a career path that you now know that you would like to go back and tell that person. Yeah i would just you know for me. i'm a very like indoor private person So i will just say and i say this at all aspects of it i would just say to to see more you know like i. I get so locked in on things. It's like all right overseas. We have two practices the day normally. So that's a different coacher. Lifestyle thing too because in america we usually just have one so i would make my whole day about all right. We have practice in the morning. I'm going to take a nap eat. We're practicing the evening. And i would just make sure that i'm ready for practices instead of maybe going out seeing the country more that i was in so i would tell my younger self to just it in a little. Bit more I get. I like i get like locked in on the grind like i'm very disciplined and so basically i would've told younger me to chill out a little bit. What was happening with small town you that longed for something different. I felt like i could do a lot more than what west virginia can maybe offer me. You know i'm i'm living in west. Virginia and i see. I see almost a window. I see like a ceiling. And i'm like i don't i don't like that silly and i think that there's bigger ceilings and other places so i wanna get other places with the bigger ceilings. That's kind of what my my whole thought process was. I just felt like i could do more somewhere else. And so i have to figure out. How do i get there. How did you end up in west..

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"montgomery" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"montgomery" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Find most responsible for shaping you whether it's in childhood orne adulthood where the places that you look and say. These are the things that most made me who i am is not even necessarily for me. That sports stifle me is just like when i'm like focused in. I'm locked in on something. I'm locked in on that so always knew that. Entertainment was gonna come but basketball. Sports play for a certain amount of time like father. Time is undefeated in so. I knew that. I had a window with sports. And like i said. I'm very goal driven..

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"montgomery" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

Daddy Never Cried

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"montgomery" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

"Hi cindy how are you today. I'm good good. How about yourself very very well. I'm excited about today's show. We have one of my favorite people in the world and she's been kind enough to agree to do the show with us and we have sous montgomery when the outstanding people of our community longtime activists and she Let me let me go through a couple of things here. She's been advocate for seniors. And this is something near and dear to my heart. I am also graded meyer of her older generation. Now that i am what especially. But she's been a advocate for seniors on for years and she created an encore Program for seniors to do computer training. She was named more twenty seventeen women of the year. By hannah-beth jackson she was on hannah-beth jackson. Select committee on aging and She was well known to venture community for her schmooze sues. Tv program and which earned numerous awards and sad to say. She's been fighting for the past few years with cancer and a treason fourth recurrence of stage. Four breast cancer. So i just wanted to have her in to talk about everything that sues and everything about life and how are you feeling today. This cancer is completely different from the other three gear. This one is like one day. I feel relatively okay. I mean if you have cancer you never feeling great but the next day you're in bed obey and you never know you know i think somewhat of a time clock. I dunno other cancer. People go through this but you get up in the morning in you. Run light hailing. Everything done he can. Because you know you're gonna crash. So i do the yard work. I'm in the kitchen. You know cleaning up after john. John's a wonderful caretaker been still picking up and Doing everything. I can't keep on going. I think as long as i have a purpose and a reason to get up to do stuff. I'm gonna live. So i've kind of changed my mind resilient about this because the first one you i told you have cancer the fourth time since nineteen seventy two it. Kind of look at it and go. Oh okay well..

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"montgomery" Discussed on Sky News Daily

Sky News Daily

13:20 min | 1 year ago

"montgomery" Discussed on Sky News Daily

"Reality of what's unfolding around her. I think you've captured it perfectly. She is somebody who regularly dissociates dissociation as a way of the mind protecting the self and that became part of her permanent mental state. She still has a very tenuous grip on reality but she also loves the people. She loves her family. People with mental illness like lisa. Don't live in a constant state of psychosis. She is capable of wanting to live and she wants to live someone else who has also been working on the campaign to save. Lisa's life is lee. i'm lee good mark. i'm the marjorie cook. Professor of law at the university of maryland carey school of law where i direct the gender violence clinic on lee. Can you give us a sense of lisa story and an y you felt so impassioned to get involved in the campaign to try and stop this execution. The vast majority of incarcerated women have experienced some form of trauma often rape sexual abuse intimate partner violence. But lisa's story is so much worse than any story that i had ever heard. It's absolutely exceptional in the most horrible way what lisa endured was really torture and there isn't another word for it. She was physically abused and humiliated and degraded by her mother. Starting at ridiculously young age. I mean she was raped for the first time at age eleven. Then she's married off to her stepbrother. at age. eighteen is physically and sexually abusive to her. She's involuntarily sterilized. It's you know the work that we do on behalf of incarcerated survivors is really focused on the impact of that trauma on the crimes that they commit and looking at the trauma that lisa experienced and the mental illness. That is absolutely linked to that trauma. That's what made me feel so passionately about being part of this campaign. She has serious mental illnesses that are directly related to the ways in which she was abused over time. starting from having been exposed to alcohol as a fetus moving on to the associated disorder and the complex post traumatic stress disorder that she continues to experience to this day as a result of all the violence against her. It's just it's truly unthinkable. And i've worked with a fair number of incarcerated women now who all experienced trauma but what lisa has endured is just so far beyond any of that. Lisa montgomery was thirty six years old. When she was sentenced to death she traveled to the town of skidmore in missouri. Where she met a woman. She had spoken to numerous times online about this. Shed love of dogs. her name was bobby jo. Stinnett bobby was at the time eight months pregnant when inside her house. Lisa strangled her and cut her baby from her stomach for the next few hours. She tried to pass the child off as a rhone. She was arrested the following day. The story is schalken. Lisa was charged a federal offence of kidnapping resulting in death and on the twenty second of october two thousand seven. She was found guilty. It's a crime so vile so shocking and premeditated. There's no doubt lisa montgomery killed. Bobby joe senate. There's no doubt about that. So i think it's an appropriate verdict cases. Fine may come to close but we will never stop missing bobby. She was sweet and loving wife daughter and sister and what have been wonderful. Mother lisa was psychotic when she was arrested. She had been spiraling down for many months before the crime that she committed and was in a state of acute psychosis when she was arrested. They immediately recognized that she was psychotic and she was placed on antipsychotic medication and she has been heavily medicated. Ever since a year later in april two thousand eight. She was sentenced to death. Can we talk about the condition of of the place where she's been held. I mean do we know what differs like for her. She in solitary confinement. Is she able to see all the people you know. What's the situation at the moment. As soon as she received her execution date she was placed on suicide. Watch one of the first things they did is to take away her clothing. They took away her underwear. They put her in what they call a suicide smock which is a loose garment that fastens with velcro. They took away the crafts that she was engaged in before they gave her a crayon and a few pieces of paper and those conditions really pushed her over the brink right now she receives no visits because of the pandemic she has since been given back a pair of underwear and her clothing on the condition that she be a good girl. That's what she was told. Her attorney kelly. Henry describes it as conditions like those in guantanamo. The system of incarceration in the united states is one of the great should be a great source of shame to our country. And i think in the future it will be regarded as such. There are certain protocols that the prison has in place for mentally. Ill prisoners such as lisa and one of the cruel ironies of the death penalty. Is that the prisons interest is in keeping her alive so that she can be executed. Wasser talking about. Let's let's try and put lisa story back into perspective survivor. Child abuse domestic violence incest multiple rapes and child sex trafficking a woman. Who has we've discovered throughout. This conversation has a lot of vulnerabilities and mental health issues. So for a lot of people listening on the outside of the united states sandra it will be difficult to understand. Why are we sat here having this conversation. Why is the answer killing this woman. What is that going to solve. What are we going to gain from that. Well we won't gain anything from this. It is not ending the cycle of trauma. That is what caused lisa montgomery to do what she did. Executing lisa montgomery will not serve as a deterrent to other women who are victims of childhood sexual abuse childhood sex trafficking and rape who then become severely mentally. Ill become coerced into undergoing sterilization procedure. And then commit crimes that concept would be laughable if it weren't so tragic this is where we're going to take a step back and look at events that have been happening since last summer in july. The trump announce after a seventeen year hiatus federal executions were to be resumed since then ten people have been killed and as the clock is taken on donald. Trump's time in office to more are sheduled to be executed. One of them of course is lisa just to put that into perspective. Three federal executions took place in the entire two thousand off to this. We'll be talking to a former senior policy adviser to donald trump. Who be explaining what he believes to be the motives behind the president's actions today i'm also directing the department of justice to pose legislation ensuring that those who commit hate crimes and mass murders face the death penalty and that this capital punishment be delivered quickly decisively and without years of needless delay. I'm jay dee gordon. A former senior policy adviser to donald trump previously. I was a pentagon spokesman during the george w bush administration. And i'm a retired navy commander. Jd you spent six months working. In the trump administration. What was that like. It was somewhat of a whirlwind. Always something interesting on the horizon as president. I'll always support the heroes of law enforcement. And i'll fight to ensure that criminals who murder police officers do indeed get the death penalty and one of the things throughout he's presidency. What he's being able to do is zoom federal execution and it's one of those issues that are that is very controversial and it divides people doesn't it. But what are your thoughts on capital punishment. Well i think that president trump really pays a lot of attention to polls and so far whole still show a majority of americans support capital punishment. The most recent gallup poll showed that fifty five percent of americans afford it and that's down from previous decades when it was upwards of seventy percent of americans approved of it so i think a guy like president trump sees those polls. He likes to be a tough guy and he doesn't want to waste money. Appoint social justice prosecutors. In order to free violent criminals trump administration has carries out the first federal execution of nature. A presidential transition period in one hundred thirty years. Brandon bernard was put to death in indiana overnight for his role in the murders of a couple of some twenty years ago. He's is the first of five people who sheduled to die before. President trump leaves the white house and one of the criticisms that people have for death row. Inmates they're just costing money and why don't they just get executed already. How do you feel about that well. I support the death penalty. And certainly there's that case at lisa. Montgomery we're talking about and You know the fact is that is. She strangled the woman at her own residence so allegedly was to look for a puppy strangled. One more. The rope twenty-three-year-old pregnant woman who was eight months pregnant cut. The woman open took the baby and tried to raise the baby as it was her own. You know so. Lisa montgomery is not gonna win any popularity contests in the united states. And she's been on death row for awhile. So president trump is going to going to execute our essentially not personally but he's having the The policy procedures put in place to make sure she is executed. Daddy i just want to try and give you a bit of an insight into lisa story because throughout this podcast. We've been speaking to people who have fighting to try and keep police for alive. And i think the one thing that we have to remember and i'm not sure if you've had an opportunity to look behind a story but she's a survive of child abuse domestic violence incest multiple rapes and child sex traffic and cheese. Someone who has been felled by multi agencies in the united states. She is someone who has you said. She selfish from severe mental health problems and was not well at a time of this incident. Well that's exactly right. I did read about that in her story. And it's a tragedy of feel terrible for her at the same time. There are laws in place. The capital punishment aspect is an element of that. And i think that she would not have a lot of sympathy from the majority of americans certainly a lot of sympathy for her case and i have sympathy for her as well but one of the worst nightmares for a young woman in the united states is to be murdered. And to have your your baby literally cut out of your womb. I mean that is so horrific. That's why i think lisa montgomery will be exit and so so horrific as well as the fact that she's been failed and she's not been given the help that she needs and for a lot of people for those who are involved in the campaign to save her. This is an opportunity to try and try and get this woman a degree of how open killing her will not solve anything. It's not going to be a deterrent for people who want to commit such crimes in the future. Yeah that is debatable. whether it's a deterrent or not. A lot of people have different opinions on that. And i know that In america the feeling towards capital punishment is different than in europe and the attitudes are changing in the united states. Right now it's only fifty five percent support of the death penalty but president trump sees that and he likes to be a tough guy and he wants.

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"montgomery" Discussed on WAMU: Local News

WAMU: Local News

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"montgomery" Discussed on WAMU: Local News

"It's monday and that means it's time to chat with w amu reporter alley schweitzer about the week ahead in regional news and what the w amu in dc newsrooms. We'll be keeping an eye on. Good morning alley either esther so it's almost august. I can't believe i'm saying that. It's almost august but it doesn't seem like the summer doldrums have set in yet particularly in montgomery county. Where a few big issues are coming up for consideration. Yeah folks who traveled through the jurisdiction lately may have seen signs on the side of the road that say no cell towers near homes That has to do with the vote scheduled tomorrow in the county council on a zoning change that would allow five g. wireless antennas to be installed no less than thirty feet away from homes as long as they replaced or occupy existing utility poles five g. is of course the follow up to four g. It's faster it's better. It'll make you look younger okay. That last part isn't true but five g. is the next generation or really the present generation of high speed wireless technology and a lot of homeowners in montgomery county. Really do not want these towers near their houses. They've been fighting it for a few years now. A similar measure failed three years ago because council members couldn't come to a consensus on where the antennas could be allowed to go. Okay so so. What does the controversy over five. Gee there's a lot people don't like about it. One is just aesthetics five g. technology requires a lot more towers that are lower to the ground and closer together than the very tall for g. Towers were accustomed to other talk about climate effects. Five g. uses more energy than four g. Their concerns about how much control wireless companies have over where these things will go. And some worrying about radiation But the federal government says the frequencies are not harmful. I don't see the council voting this down. The main reason being that right now the county is out of compliance with fcc rules on five g. Governments are not allowed to impede the expansion of these networks. there's also economic development piece here five g. is expanding throughout our region leaders. Don't want the county to get left behind. And there's an equity issue because so many people who can't afford broadband internet or a home computer depend on wireless technology to go online. Yes the digital. Divide which became particularly urgent during the pandemic so reporters in the wmu newsroom. We'll be watching that tomorrow. And this isn't the only controversial issue being discussed in montgomery county. This week is far from it. The council's committee on planning housing and economic development is continuing to hold work sessions on proposed updates to the county's general plan that update is called thrive twenty fifty and similar to comprehensive plan which we've covered quite a lot. It lays out guidelines for development in the county over the next thirty years. The county's planning department put out. Its proposed update earlier this year. After months of public engagement but similar to the dynamic. We're seeing with five g. Again some homeowners in the county are saying this plan will lead to too much change out of control growth. They worry about impacts on single family neighborhoods. I will note. The general plan doesn't actually make any changes to zoning in the county is more of a roadmap to how the county adapts to population growth and the plan also received a lot of positive feedback from residents in a recent hearing. They liked its emphasis on density instead of sprawl. They like its focus on diverse housing types and affordability so committee members were holding the third work session on the plan today. And it's expected to get a vote sometime after the council returns from summer recess. I anticipate seeing more community activism around this well into the fall and we will definitely keep an eye on that story out of montgomery county this week as well as other stories from around the region. Dc virginia alley. Thank you so much for joining us today. I appreciate you having me..

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"montgomery" Discussed on Best BBQ Show

Best BBQ Show

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"montgomery" Discussed on Best BBQ Show

"It's tony's jokes. i should definitely. Let's say you have friends and try to know. I had friends who are teaching in china and they literally today like it over there No they're back already. Never been to china. i never have. Oh you should learn. You need to learn how being so. I think they would love you. Think the chinese people would love you. Williams there's probably some candy bar or some kind of like detergent like already has your face on like they probably have ginger. They would all acetate pictures with you. Do you start your own. Ginger ale company in china. I like sander. I spent like traveling in california like ten years ago or so. And like i'd be in these national parks and there would be like whole hor there'd be like hordes like chinese people and stuff they would ask me to take pictures with them all the time like bigger and like weird people like infatuated them. Yes like in all seriousness. They would fucking love you. Yeah that's why all these americans go to japan. And then they come back and there where like for coats and have like grills and yeah because they like lean into the fact that they look crazy like everyone just thinks crazy over there. You might we own. You should get. It grew william with a grill. Would look so awesome. Coming coming to kickstarter williams williams China-tour yes rail. That thing on your on your teeth has diamonds. I couldn't pull you could great. Wouldn't it be great in a rabbi crew. Yeah but only in action number of saliha. Dany brown's number ladies. Yeah you belong to. You should just follow around the phone number last forgot about that elliott. Nice downright right. Yeah no i did. He put a. It's a yeah. So what's your message to people who want to be funnier or live their life more. Wild like you william. I wouldn't say i do Just.

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"montgomery" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"montgomery" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"It's going out his. Yeah i in many respects because the vaccine is is making life returns slowly slowly normal. It kind of feels like this is a restart on not just our show but life in fact we're gonna kick off the the freedom marathon with finally finishing the second half of saint. John's creighton from the big east tournament was a great near the ball. Creighton the return to normalcy. When we come back happens when costco starts giving back free samples. I heard that. Costco is giving out samples again. What it's well. it's gonna be a while before. I take free samples again. Oh i can't wait well around the topic of costco though the costco rotisserie chicken because today is national rotisserie chicken day in the united states. The cost rotisserie. Chicken isn't elite rotisserie. Chicken four ninety five for ninety nine but yeah wise unrelentingly full of shit. Yeah he's never going to take a free sample at costco. Has home picking at the community. Crocetta zoning board. He's got it in his beard like. Why are you fundamentally incapable. Croquettes us here. Effort selling anything. Chris what were you wanting to get in on on cosco samples. You miss costco samples in a way that makes you see that soul soul-crushing just samples. in general. I was at an ice cream shop over the weekend not surprisingly and they are not giving out samples yet. They have the little spoons there. But this a sign next to it says no samples. It's like move the spoons. Okay and plus. Why can't we give samples. I feel like that's pretty. You know sanitary is that's good. You just put the spoon and it goes in the garbage like. Why can't we do that. Jessica i i know that you would like to replace me already. But can you explain to me why you had howling laughter at the idea that chris cody wasn't sure how to pronounce sanitary. He's not a colored. I'm sorry we don't have to ask wittingham for confirmation on how does a sandwich by us. There right sanitized. San we created all around you because they let you go chris. Thanks chris. yeah good question celebration on friday. Everyone's going to be happy. It's a triumph abbar fledgling company as part of the celebration. A contract for me. This is problematic. This is the part of the business that i did not sign up for where getting it on friday. We will be happy. He's going to hold out here holdout. There's going to be a contract holdout right. He's going to hold everything up on friday. You have an entire hour for soupy to really showcase that podcast. This friday. This friday okay. What's hot. I don't want to give away the full run. He hasn't been any of the meetings he doesn't know any more than the audience doesn't for me it's just wing it and demand more money. What are you plans for body. Five o'clock yeah. Is it just the normal thing. And i just said i didn't wanna give away the full run and show and you just gave out the time. Okay i'm already sick of you hasn't been in any of the meetings mike. He doesn't he hasn't done any of the practice doesn't know what's going on around here. All even doing is counting money and asking for more a- if there's any professional athletes specifically golfers listening and you're available on friday at five pm maybe give me a call i'm guest booking this hour i got stugatz. Might actually happen since we were trying to figure that one sumati all right very good so mardy fish may or may not be a member of stupidity or guest on stupidity. Tomorrow that will be tomorrow with morty. Fish very much looking forward to that This friday five o'clock. I have no idea. We'll we'll make it up. I'm very excited for that. As i'm sure the audience mike ryan less so because of things like that. We are not a plan show and one of the joys of watching this. I would imagine twenty four hour. Livestream is it might end up in a ditch like we might embarrass ourselves. We've never planned anything like the last time we tried to plan something was on. We were going to do a special you remember. We were going to change the way. People viewed on the internet we were going to do the dunk lebatardshow and mike i saw in the jason room over here weeping on his knees saying saying he sat out loud. Because i cursed. And ron mcgill showed up drunk or vice versa. I don't remember which one it was showed up drunk and late which is like the worst combination and then i cursed because we weren't entertaining. The people enough and mike was kneeling in that sad room over there. And he's saying this can't get any worse as there's just like stickiness on the floor and god knows what in everyone's system and he's like. This is the saddest day of my life and then a comes over with the bill and hands it to him and he realizes oh and i'm stuck with this too and now look what that rooms become mike. I think you to light this plan. What i'm thinking that room become it's worth the middle cat doesn't become a dump with all your toys in there. It's like what does that doesn't a. I'm embarrassed on behalf of metal arc media that people are coming in and with this paul fine bucket basis. It's obviously these people are giving their careers over to us. And it's like a playpen over there of garbage because we don't know what we're doing. I think there's been a caper. I haven't been able to find old. Paul fine bucket for a little bit. Last i saw you had a bus up knows in. He's not here right now. I think someone solar fine bucket with the..

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"montgomery" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"montgomery" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"We have janet montgomery's conversation from salem. I participated in a phone. Press conference and this conversation was featured on my recent time capsule episode but for premium subscribers. You get all by its. Let's go to my conversation with salems. Janet montgomery i think janet's a pleasure to talk to you. What you've performed in what this character has been ruined the first two years or it's amazing Kind of i just did. Some eighty are man. I'll take con high quite a lot. So my question actually deals with the countess. It seems like this. You know there's usually a character comes in and kind of stirs the pot even more. It turns out that it looks like she is that and is that can be kind of like the thread for the season that every relationship and kind of the rivalry is to be part of it I think definitely. It says the rest of the season but i think what's so great about the season is you know. Mary started off slightly caulking on my since. She's sort of had like a real confidence. She you know she was in control missing twenty warning and now we thought that the the well she's gonna enemy coming everybody trying to get out. Nobody's on husayn the really. That's so there's so much coming out that it. The count is only part of a lot of other people who are trying to get married but she really is. You know the county's only one part fan you know. There's an element to her that you can't help feeling for her a little bit because the way things happen to her. This is not something that she asked for to adapt to survive. So there's an element of sympathy. That i have her market. That's what the right to the really. Well i am constantly sort of sidon. Stay it you know. I don't want The the audience to sympathize with mary And come from necessary. The writing writing i like. Oh well she did this because like she is. She's doing everything she can and she does have a hot. But also there are things that are unredeemable. She's done and she that she's doing but she's very complicated. I think a lot of concern about also been when neither good nor bad. We'll somewhere in the gray area and not that's sort of sort of catches. I wanna play an what. I'm really trying to do with. This character is every time she does something i think. Wow like how people are going to sympathize. I managed to find a way in which people can understand why she's doing it. You know we'll end of the day. Yeah she's definitely complicated with a capital c. I wanted to ask you when you guys do your read through for the episode each episode. But kind of tell us a little bit what. The dynamic of that room is such an amazing cast. But it's interesting because you know we don't always have everybody here but the cool group of us are usually at the age you know and i think we all love to hit. Hit the episode out loud. All right the coal jay and we just enjoy it. And i'm i'm glad i get to work on a show. You know lois shows don't have time for reefers guy on a show which we all get together and and read it all together. 'cause sometimes you know this year i i'd much much interaction with the seasons going on with fast and so it's nice to be able to see them every week and go through the episode. Read it and hear what's going on in the end the it's also besides a heart element is also a tragic element to this. Almost i i dare say almost shakespearean to the way the way. The show is crafted becoming on that. Yeah i it. Sounds like a great tragedy. Or something. And i think that each time he thinks catching break a lot of my office episode. It was like heartbreaking. When you feel like is it gonna get away with dolly. And then you realize that. It's the countenances shit heartbreaking you think. Oh god this shouldn't be happening to these people. I kind of love that though every time every time someone you think they're gonna escape. They don't absolutely the here. It was heartbreaking heart breaking what about the the horror aspect of the series. I'm actually surprised on how much you got. You guys can actually do. It's really amazing. You know you never know especially with like a new network how much you can show. And and how. Much much. And i think the most the thing that makes the show really work at the moment and especially we've really got it in. The second season is the broncos are not holding back and it's very shocking. And i think that really works for the show because it makes it that that that having free rein create the wells and it means that we're doing something very different from anything else is on tv and we're not holding back because of warring. We're going to upset someone out there. The show definitely has its own mythology to no doubt about it. It's amazing how you kind of weaved your own kind of brand to the witches and everything. It's very different. And as far as the period closer concerned are you a fan of them or can you. can you. do you like wait until you. You can't wait until you get back into your normal clothes. I mean on the fun of definitely the way they look and joe the culture design as for just such an incredible job. They always looks spectacular. I think you know the season. He even excelled in south asia with mary close. But it's not comfortable. I can't of course it's uncomfortable. And i can't wait to get out of the you know the twelve hours voting. You'd definitely ready to take it all. And i wanna put it on. Lock minute i will go through the house. I want from my customers and i wanna take out. I hear you preseason so far. And the first season it's great to relive that on netflix. And stuff like that. It's really neat to be able to see that again to thank you so much joining shakes. That's great thank you. This is tony tomato..

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"montgomery" Discussed on CincyBrewcast

CincyBrewcast

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"montgomery" Discussed on CincyBrewcast

"Even if things go crazy you can still come here and still support local businesses and try to feel a little bit normal in the middle of all of this and we. We've noticed people that like to walk their dogs or or you know small young young families there stopping by for door beer here and there and and then they're going out and doing they're they're having their walk even outside of this cova world. We live in when i when we had our first kid and she started to hit that point where you couldn't go with her to a brewery without her wanting to run around like mad person. You know we we would load up the wagon and we would go you know. I live in fairfield so go to hamilton. Who has a door. We grab a beer and you just walk around and all of a sudden. She's calm she's happy fun. And you can kind of just be out and you know i. I hope that everybody understands that. Power of a dora. I think we just got it in november. So we don't know yet yeah just starts getting cold. It doesn't make as much sense but we we do have a couple that comes on a religious basis every week they they stop at an outdoor window on our patio that you don't even have to come inside you knock on the window. We opened that up. We serve your door a beer fantastic. They bring their dog in their in their kids. In strollers they walk around for a little bit. Comeback grabbed the second beer and then they had on home there. They're great people occasionally. If it's not too cold they'll still sit out on the patio. Even though it's forty degrees they enjoy it out there. It's great you gotta do what you gotta do. Sometimes and then summer hits door will be a lot more fun. You know the best deal day celebration that that montgomery does every year. That'll be fantastic. They do the parade up of montgomery road. The people to stop down here a couple of beers group and watch the parade. It'll it'll it'll be fuss. I'm sure if you get on and google montgomery door You can find the map and see kind of where you're allowed to beer and stuff. I would say that. I would put a lincoln show notes but we all know that i would forget to. Let's have another beer what we have here catch a flight of four different beers. You tell me where you want me to start. We'll just start with start with number one number. One is our dawson and we actually just just won an award for that at the us bureau championship. You've got a bronze medal. We were about six months old at the time that we entered into the competition and to walk away with any piece of hardware is outstanding. it's a tribute to what bill has done throughout his years of home brewing and jc jordan. Our brewer would he did to actually execute that. It's crisp it's clean. It tastes exactly like you would expect a german heff of ice and it tastes like. Did you take more pride in winning an award for something like this as you would for some kind of. I don't know pastry stout some kind of big thing. With all kinds of craps ronin there you know like little more traditional personally traditional beers but you know we like to offer variety so we have. We're going to have both kinds of not both. We're going to have a lot to different varieties including the pastry. The milkshake right. Whatever it is. I have nothing against i just i. I enjoy stuff like that. So much. more you know this brings in all of those You guys know. German dates like it's got the demand clove flavor. Some bubble gum going on. And that's all coming from actual beer ingredients for from from yeast for most of us. He's not throwing in a bunch of flavorings adjuncts. or things. Like that that simulate flavors this is coming from a beer and to me. That is more fun than not that. Not that the other stuff doesn't have a place in in the world of craft. It's clearly it does it. Has the other stuff is fun. And i like those as a one off but the fact that you get a a good crisply beer out of quality ingredients in brood. Properly to me is more satisfying. Nothing wrong with pastries doubts. But i'll drink one patriots stout for every fifteen doubts that i drink most of the time. I can't even get through one of them. This is my share it with. Somebody can't can't drink all this myself. This one i could sit. And i could drink all day especially in the summertime when the sun's beaten down on me on this is great. It's a fantastic beer. You guys i mean clearly. You don't need to tell you that because you know somebody else told us to the award. Although i think i told you guys about that too as a matter of fact the announced the the awards and we did not know we had one the until you put it out there. There's to give dowell a little bit of credit. That's a lot of people. He had to notify awards. Dallas thousand great guy. He runs a really quality championship. does a lot for the beer community but the a couple thousand injuries and all those awards get out. There can't notify everybody before he puts the list out especially in the world that we're in now. You know his his competitions not just beer like it brings in shelters insiders and all that stuff too. And that's that's a whole other world now to that has to wait his way through we should talk about. You guys. do have the seltzer right. Yes talk about that decision. A little bit was was it. Tough to decide to put a seltzer on. Or was it an easy no brainer. Because you knew that that's what some of the people that were coming here really wanted to do a drink so i thought it was an easy decision. There is little more to bring us closer than you might think but you know once. We studied in and check in with some of our brewing friends. You know we thought it was a good a good augmentation to what we were offering and basically gluten free sugar free so it offers another another option folks easy decision. I admit i was a little snobbish at first with bills. Have we wanna do seltzer. I would. I was kind of hesitant and it was like. Oh come on no. It makes total sense it..

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"montgomery" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"montgomery" Discussed on WTOP

"Montgomery County Health leaders are reminding everyone that they're prioritizing vaccinations for people who are at least 75 years old. This comes as people younger than that have been showing up at vaccination clinics. Diane Nemeth of Silver Spring says she knows Montgomery County restricts covert 19 vaccinations targeting residents who are 75 older, but she got a link that sent her straight to the state appointment Portal. But since this was a state website I thought I had a chance. Well, that link was posted on a list serv and forwarded to Nameth, who is 70. She used it and showed up it Richard Montgomery High School Thursday where people were lined up for blocks stood in line in the snow until somebody came out and said, Go home. If you're not 75 County, health officials say when you get a link for an appointment, do not share it. And if someone shares it with you don't use it. Kate Ryan w T o p News Students with special needs have struggled during this pandemic and in many cases have not been able to access the help that they need. Maryland lawmakers pushing a plan to change that before students can begin receiving special education services. Their school has to conduct an educational evaluation. Usually they're done in person, and with lots of schools still not holding in person instruction, hundreds of students early on in the pandemic, unfortunately, who were left kind of hanging. Lori Scott is the parents of a special needs student who's supporting a bill from Republican delegate Michael Griffith that would require schools pay for private evaluations if they can't offer. Wonder students, short cuts our shortcomings, and if they fail our Children, he says families all over the state, including his own have been impacted by this John DOE and W T O P news license childcare centers and registered family childcare providers in Maryland are now eligible to apply for some pandemic relief grants. The money meant to help those facilities cover the increased cost that they've incurred because of the pandemic. The money comes from $60 million in new grant money offered by The federal government. It's in addition to previous grants that Maryland already has offered. The application process opens next Tuesday. The deadline to apply is March 3rd stay with us the check of traffic and the snowy and icy weekend weather forecast on the way and then Not everyone likes the current bill that would eliminate mandatory minimum jail sentences in Virginia. I'm Neal Augenstein. It's 11 07. We're.

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"montgomery" Discussed on Recession-Proof Startups (manual)

Recession-Proof Startups (manual)

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"montgomery" Discussed on Recession-Proof Startups (manual)

"Hey, they're Freedom Fighters. My name is Andrew and I'm the founder of mixergy where I interview entrepreneurs about how they built their businesses and joining me is someone whose company I've watched for years. It's called Big think and I remember when I realized how incredible their original videos were one of my guests. Jason freed found her base camp deduction with them and it wasn't just proud to show his video. And again, this is a site that was Victoria who are some of the big guests that you had on in the early days who were were speaking on camera unbelievable in the very early days. We had Elon Musk Richard Branson Larry Summers who was a former treasury secretary dozens of others. Really Moby's interesting laying off one of her first guess Henry Rollins. Henry Rollins, yes your name and people that I've even forgotten have been talking about musicians business people people who lead countries they were on the platform and such a strong read. Jason freed was proud to be associated with them. But he was also proud of the look of the video. One of the things that Victoria did was she created this beautiful white background beautiful white everything everything was almost disappearing except for the big thinker who was on camera isolated with nothing but their their thoughts and so Jason was so proud of how he looked to who he was with he shared it. He also was proud of the process that they took to record. It was just this incredible process and I realized something what they brought to online video wage. The time was full of Just Junk. It was people who were posting these 30 second clips of a boy whose finger was bitten by his brother was cute and viral, but it was meaningless. She was bring gravitas. She was bringing Big Ideas. She was bringing big personalities who would who would want to be in books not on on online video and she was turning it into a business and over the years. I kept an eye on the business and there are a couple of things that have been wondering about how they grew as a Content business how they raise money and so on and so when I heard that Victoria Montgomery brown, one of the co-founders of big think wrote a book I read it and I thought I was going to read all the ins and outs of the business Victoria what you did with your book digital goddess, the unfiltered lessons of a female entrepreneur was dead. You talked about everything that I can't get entrepreneurs too easily talk about on mixergy nervous breakdowns relationship problems eggs who talks about that dude who showed up in a bathrobe anyway, so I really like the book. I read cover-to-cover.

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"montgomery" Discussed on Shares for Beginners

Shares for Beginners

11:28 min | 2 years ago

"montgomery" Discussed on Shares for Beginners

"Stick to investing in what you know a lot about. If you don't know a lot about something then you probably shouldn't be investing because it's a little bit like walking into a polka guideway. Haven't worked out. Who MISSES A buffet? Quite your dad. Who the Patsy is then? Were debtor the pets he is at you get. I am welcome to shades for begins to die my guest. His Roger Montgomery now registered chief investment officer and founder of Montgomery Investment Management. His head and continues to have a successful career as an analyst strategist fund manager and Public Company. Chairman Rodger appears regularly in the media and Chris. He needs no introduction for a lot of listeners and he currently agreed to appear on this podcast garage. In and thanks for coming into Chet. Pleasure to be with you feel okay..

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