18 Burst results for "Moraine"
"moraine" Discussed on WTOP
"State's attorney says investigators are waiting on DNA analysis before deciding whether to set a new trial date or throw the case out. People call by red light and speed cameras could one day be getting points of their driving records in the district anyway, a bill introduced this week, but also at a point we are told for speeding in school zones. The points would be on top of any fees that were incurred. Moraine being dumped on Puerto Rico, the deluge coming a day after the storm knocked out power and water to most of the island, National Guard troops have rescued hundreds of people who got stranded. They were for more on these developing stories in just minutes. Both D.C.'s attorney general Karl Racine and the Washington Hebrew congregation get some wins in court, part of a consumer protection lawsuit against the congregation after accusations of sexual abuse by a teacher at its preschool. Among the city's claims in the case are that the congregations preschool failed to report abuse in a timely manner including allegations at the center of the sexual abuse investigation, among the wins for the city, D.C. superior court judge Alfred Irving junior says the school should have reported the suspected sex abuse not only to police on day one, but also the city's office of the state superintendent of education. For the congregation, the judge says the school was not required to have two teachers physically present with students at all times. The jury must decide on other allegations, including if behaviors seen in a child that could be a symptom of abuse should be reported. After the decisions attorney general car race scene says the Washington Hebrew congregation broke the law and ignored the rules intended to protect children in its care with truly tragic consequences, the congregations has in a statement that it's taken all allegations seriously and accused the attorney general of trying the case in the media. Mike Morello, WTO news. Teacher accused of sexual abuse was never charged. His three 48 Carlos Ramirez isn't the WTO feed traffic
"moraine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The fed chairman Jay Powell, taking place a couple of hours from now right here and wow does this fan have a lot of work to do. Inflation TK 8.5% and a speech 12 months ago from this chairman that failed to capture the moment. That's clearly what's out there. I've seen it in every news source and of the people the conversations here does he drop in a sentence or two, not of apology, but just to note that they got it wrong. Marcus ashworth of Bloomberg opinion earlier this week saying just that Lee so that maybe we should have the grand mea culpa at an event like this one. Okay, so let's say he does that, but then what are they transitioning to, right? I mean, now we're not getting forward guidance even though we get a lot of a lot of discussions and perhaps too much as we were talking about earlier. But what does that mean in terms of the new regime that they're talking about if it's not the transitory? Where do you call the two? True. And you've been asking the question, what do we raise to? How long do we hold for? And rate and hold is a theme that we've heard repeatedly, I think, through the week already. A little bit later this morning, we'll have a range of fed interviews. We'll be catching up with president harker president boulard president bostic. President bullard, front load front no front load. Is the market paying attention to that communication from certain fed presidents anymore? Do you think it is? You know, it moves sometimes on their speak and particularly if they have been hawkish or dovish than they shift their tone. How much does the front loading though have been baked in? And this is something that you've both been pointing out. The front end of the yield curve is really what's been moving, and to Adam posen's point, is this the market listening to what the fed is saying and actually pricing it accurately rather than not listening and having to be job loaded. President Holland horse is going to join us there. Because I'm sorry, people like Andrew hallor at city group, along with other worthies, have said, we have done the work we have done the math, and this is a level they have to go to with Bloomberg economics, even above hole north, flourish up to dare I say 5 ish. Andrew Holland horse over at silly has fed funds at 4% this year at the end of this year. And he has another 75 basis point move in a September meeting. Lisa, you've mentioned it a few times already this week and I think a lot of people will agree with you that this address today shouldn't just be about the September meeting and address today like this one given that we're going to see it stream for the first time as well at an event like this one. It's got to be about more than just one meeting. It's got to be about the bigger picture. The framework, what are we looking at in terms of the end goal of inflation? And that imposes said something at the very end and it was off the cuff. But it was possibly the most important thing that he said, which is if this fed chair comes out and just keeps saying we're getting the 2%, we're going to get there as quickly as possible. That's going to be a really big deal for this market. How much then can they not necessarily say they're aiming for 3%, but still get that message across that perhaps not gung Ho. She get the feeling that when they give a speech like this one that they get onto the Bloomberg anywhere afterwards and check where SPX is trading. You get a feed into NASA feature of some of this. That's a really good question. But if they do that, what do they want to see? What they don't want to see, we have thought is the market rallying because that eases financial conditions. What are they trying for? I would respect to John's great question. They're looking at the Bloomberg financial conditions index, which is a key to go to Netflix at the IMF that's 11 ratios. Michael Rosenberg invented it fancy fancy math and it is not cooperated recently. Do you know what I'd love? If Mike McKee, I'm going to ask Mike to do this in the next news conference. We're just tell the chairman where the NASDAQ was trading. Oh, that's great idea. That's the news conference. The last few press conferences. We've had with this chairman. What's the three and a half percent? They should just have like a little ticker. They put on this desk that just shows the response. In his news conferences. I always thought that was what was happening to him. What I just noticed here and for those of you on Bloomberg radio before John brings in our wonderful guests and John, I think this is really important. We're sort of moving around like the hockey bench at Yale Yale University about 40 years ago. And the coldest rink in New England. We're all sitting here like we're on a hockey bench at Hamilton college and the wind's coming off Lake moraine and it's like ten above zero and they're worried the puck is going to break it out. Just back in the morning. We're all just like this. It's like 39°. Research. Let's just start right here. The chairman speaks in about two hours from now. What would you like to hear from the chairman? Well, I think he's going to repeat more or less what he said at the press conference at the end of July. So less than a month ago, and I don't think there's going to be a radical change because whatever you're really learned from since then, we've learned that the labor market is very strong and we've learned that maybe inflation is peaking, but it's still remains way too high. So I think he's going to moral let's say the same thing. And he did give us forward guidance back in the press conference. He said, look at the summary of economic projections. That's what the committee is thinking about the fed funds rate in which case he's talking about three and a quarter or three and a half percent on the fed funds rate by the end of this year and something like three 75 to 4% by the end of next year. Adjourning for the youth of economics finance and investment, let's go back to the days of CJ Lawrence. Is this inflation like the inflation or Volcker or the inflation of the 70s? Well, this is like that TV show, the 70s show and fast forward. You know, the 70s was a long decade that was basically called the great inflation. I think it basically started in the 1965 and lasted until the early 1980s, this, I think, is really going to turn out to be more like what's happened after the soldiers came back from World War II, and we had this huge demand for consumer durable goods. And Ford was making bombers not cars, and it took them a couple of years to retool. I think we, a lot of disinflation has been consumer durable, gets inflation, but it's different. I mean, well, it's not different. We really also have an energy component to it. And I think that soon moderate. I think this is not going to be a great inflation of the 1970s. I think we have seen the peak. I think it is going to moderate, and I think we can all hopefully look forward to that. Well, Ed, what do you think of the atom posen idea that we are going to have to tolerate a 3% inflation rate for a longer period of time at the fed has to essentially be more okay
Charlie Chats With Anonymous Genius “Kane” of Citizen Free Press
"I'm sure many of you have noticed in the last couple years how drudge report has just become a left wing rag. It's unreadable. I used to go to drudge all the time. I don't go anymore. There's a new website, though, that is surging in traffic. They do a wonderful job of aggregation and staying on top of the news. It is citizen free press dot com. They're I have to tell you traffic is unbelievable lately. And the man behind citizen free press is someone just called Kane. You could call him Citizen Kane. He stays anonymous so that the left doesn't screw with him and that he's able to continue to operate the website freely to give an idea. Susan free press had a 169 million page views in the month of July. That is more than Politico, The Wall Street Journal Huffington Post, NBC News, TMZ, CBS News Daily Beast, ABC News, and more. And the man behind citizen free press, who is just called Kane. He lives in Bloomington, Indiana, and moraine anonymous for many reasons, of which I fully support, joins us right now. Citizen Kane, who runs citizen free press, how are you? Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks, Charlie. Glad to be here. And yeah, I'll touch on that a little bit. Look, from day one, I wanted to avoid any interaction with David Brock and media manner. And it's only grown in the last 5 years since I've been running the site, so it helps to stay anonymous. And somehow I've been able to do it for 5 and a half years. No one has no one listening has ever recognized that photo. Those are the colonnade of Thomas Jefferson's lawn in Charlottesville at the University of Virginia. So that's actually a reunion photo. So I'm a graduate of the University of Virginia. And used to be a progress grad, but in the new woke UVA, not so proud.
"moraine" Discussed on The Dirtbag Diaries
"A few months of experiencing more and more of these joyful moments, I felt ready to do something, I had never done before. Go on a trip alone. I took a few days off work and packed up my car with the essentials. A tent sleeping bag, sneakers, a notebook, a can of frosting, dried mangoes, my trusty purple Crocs, and headed south to bend. Four and a half hours later, I was setting up my tent at devil's Lake campground, about 30 miles west of bend. I found a spot amongst the pines and ate a peanut butter sandwich before crawling in to my sleeping bag. I laid awake terrified by every breeze and brush that touched my rain fly. But for the first time, this fear was welcomed. It was a type of fear that did not send me into a full panic attack. It awoke something deep, something primal. Something that existed before I knew to be scared of unwanted non consensual touch. As dawn illuminated the sky, I rose and packed up camp. At Devils Lake trailhead, I packed up my bag and started one foot in front of the other, to the summit of south sister. The sun was just coming up as I started uphill through the forest. Surrounded by the stillness and sweetness of the hemlocks. For a Saturday morning, I was surprisingly alone. The first two miles were grueling and steep. Breathe in, breathe out. I was not sure I could do it. Yet, upwards, I went at around 7000 feet, I emerged from the trees onto a sandy plateau, embracing the strut of a model stepping out onto the runway. Except my only accessories were the sweat encrusted on my skin and the dirt beneath my fingernails. I fixed my eyes on south sister, jutting abruptly skyward, showing little indication of its potential for eruption for havoc for complete chaos. As the trail pivoted upwards again, I caught a glimpse of moraine Lake below. As I kept climbing higher, the basaltic andesite was replaced by scoria and tephra, giving the peak a reddish hue. I caught a glimpse of Louis glacier, then teardrop pool. The highest Lake in Oregon. The trail became more and more crowded. Other hikers would ask if I was out here all alone. And truthfully, I felt safest out there alone. I was so caught up in conversation with a woman that I met along the trail, that I didn't even realize I was approaching the top of south sister. As we reached the final expanse of snow before the proper summit, she waited for the rest of her group. I continued onwards. My feet sinking into the mid July snow. I sat on the summit. I in middle and north sister, dreaming of the day that I could run or ski all three. I munched on drag mangoes and blissed out beneath the cloudless sky. Breathing in the work that it took to get me here. I noticed a flash of orange and brown out of the corner of my eye. Then another, and another. Suddenly, the lip of the crater looked like it was releasing puffs of orange confetti. Butterflies. In awe, I watched them fluttering along the ridge. I learned from a local ranger that I had witnessed the summer brood of California tortoise shells emerging. California tortoise shells are endemic to California, but their range spreads from British Columbia to Mexico, and from the Pacific Ocean to Wyoming. In particularly extraordinary years, they've been found as far east as Vermont. These butterflies have a boom and bust life cycle that is elusive to most researchers. They emerge for a brief few days decorating the stratovolcanoes and local news outlets. By luck or maybe divine intervention, we crossed paths that day. As I started my descent, the tortoise shells surrounded me. Landed on me, kissed my head, my cheeks, my shoulders. Retracing my steps past Louis glacier, I ran into an older woman who commented on how beautiful I looked with butterflies in my hair. She was right. I felt beautiful with blisters on my toes, dirt on my knees, and butterfly wings in my hair. I glowed. That day on south sister, I had to embrace all that is both beautiful and dark. Pain and beauty, chaos, and delight, trauma, and gratitude exist all at once, and they do not shrink amongst their duality. That day on south sister, I had to embrace all that is both beautiful and dark. Pain and beauty, chaos and delight, trauma, and gratitude exist all at once. And they do not shrink amidst their duality. The butterflies did not make my experience over the past few months more bearable. But they did, so my eyes with beauty instead of tears. And sometimes, that is enough. I'm Sierra maggot, and this is my short. Thank you Sierra for sharing your story. It means a lot to us. Our stories come from friends from friends of friends from you, our community. Please keep an eye out this late summer early fall for a short submission guidelines. And you can participate as well. Also, if you have a compelling idea for guests or story lead, please give us a shout. You can use the submission form on our website dirtbag diaries dot com. Music today from Kai engel, Jason Tyler Burton, and Brendan O'Connell. The tracks are courtesy of the artists or free music archive. Jacob baine and east kodo composed our theme song, you can find the links to the artists at our website dirtbag dairy dot com. This episode was produced by Lauren Delaney, Miller, with additional production help from Becca Cobb. Illustration by walker call, Becker calls their executive producer, and fits golf and you've been listening to the dirt back daries. Thanks for tuning in.
"moraine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"About what the means will be the means will be tighter, financial conditions. In our forecast, we think the fed declares victory a little earlier. Remember Paul Volcker did too. That was the brilliant Vincent Reinhart, the chief economist at Dreyfus and Melanie's not alone. This from Bill Dudley, the former New York fed president early this morning on Bloomberg opinion. He said this wishful thinking is both unfounded and counterproductive. Life from New York City this morning, good morning with Tom Keane and Lisa Bradford Sam Jonathan farrow kicking off a brand new training week, a brand new training month with futures down a third of 1% on the S&P TK, the NASDAQ 100 and little softer than two tenths of 1%. John surveillance correction, bob, emailing in from the Hamilton college goalie camp. Thanks for listening up there. Near Lake moraine, and he says, moody's has apple is triple a, you are correct, John. And I was also correct. S&P has it at double-A plus. I don't know what the difference is, but you know, we like to have a surveillance correction. Who are the other two companies? Tell me, I believe it's Microsoft and J&J? I think I will double check. I can see Lisa typing away at the corner of my eyes. I know Lisa's double checking right now. Fired up. It's taking a minute to load. Yeah, J&J and Microsoft. There we go. Good job. Thank you. Thank you. She knew how to find it. I could take the week off. I'm pleased we paused for that. You got any more dating here before you. I'm so tired. I'm so done. Very good. Well, welcome on a Monday, it's a no news Monday. We're kidding. 10 o'clock this morning. That first look at the American economy with what John loves the ISM, and then a lot of data coming up, crescendoing to August 10 when there is inflation. Winston joins us now. Global head of currency strategy at Brown brothers harriman, when finally a dollar breather, is that it for strong dollar? No, in a simple quick answer is no. Look, I know the dollar bearers will come screwing up even very quiet the last few months. To me, it's a lot about positioning. It's really mostly about the beginning to think about it. You're also having trouble getting much ground because basically the Eurozone is heading to recession much sooner than the U.S. will. Germany is already there. The other major kinds of hitting there. So to me, as an FX, you always have to ask your bearish on the dog. What's the other side of the coin? And to me, the other side of coin looks very ugly. Eurozone, UK, China, Japan, all grappling with the very same issues that the U.S. is having with the U.S. economy is much more resilient than these other economies are right now. And so I remain knowledge, but we've got a period of consolidation, no doubt about it. As you point out, really, we got key data that'll set the tone of medium from dollar outlook. I want to talk about China, John and Lisa mentioned the domestic disquiet in China right now. How does it redoubt in the Pacific Rim? How does Brown brothers harriman play the Pacific Rim currencies? Well, the China situation is so complicated. You know, before this last downturn, you know that person she was trying to juggle a lot of balls and just income equality maintained growth, maintaining financial stability. And then COVID hit. And it's been really, really cloudy. In the past, it has always been the case China, once growth starts slowing, basically China steps on the gas, sets on the accelerator, gets growth going again, but they've been very certain. They have maintained a much more targeted approach. And I think that's because they see a lot of financial excesses getting dangerous territories. As you mentioned, there's been social unrest there. Related to the property sector, bottom line, I think China models through, as always, but it's not as clear as always been yours. I think that the reliance on China is an engine of growth through Asia is no longer there. And so to answer your question, I think a lot of the economies that are dependent on Mainland China that would be Hong Kong obviously Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, I think they're all in for a bit of a rocky road. The good news is that the fundamentals are very strong. They all have current account surpluses, following external positions, et cetera. But I think for equity market investors, I think it's going to be a little bit tougher road ahead for emerging Asia. And based on that, and based on some of the weakness that we've seen on a fundamental level from the emerging world, there is a question of why it has delivered some of the best returns if you take a look at carry trades, executed in Euros. They've returned something like 29% so far this year because of the deterioration in the Euro. How much longer can that kind of trade continue? Just purely based on where the Euro is. Sure, that's a great question. It's always the funding currency is always key, right? If you're using the dollar, you know, separate apps with massive losses. I think the yen was popular for a while, but that's obviously we've had a 7, 8 big figure move in that. That's kind of called in question. You know, I think it has some room to go. In terms of being a funding currency, again, I alluded to this earlier that the fundamental outlook there is simply put just awful. The market has been calling back the city Titan expectations. I think you're a wonderful MIP R page is showing a ECB deposit rate. I think 1% currently down from over 2% just several weeks ago. So that's reflecting not only the ongoing slowdown users, but also the risks of the energy shortage in the fall. So again, it's really handcuffing the ECB's ability to tighten. I think that's going to be manifested for the Euro because we obviously touched parity, early last month. I think that trade is still in place. So to me though, I think EM is still dicey though. I mean, I think when you have slow and global growth, possible global recession type global liquidity conditions. It's a tricky, it's very true because I kept trying to catch a falling knife. New trade has obviously worked, but it's risky. I'm very defensive on EM right now. Winston, of grand brother Sarah man, trying to catch a falling knife. Take care. I remember talking about the Swiss team maybe ten years ago and it was like putting your hand in a blender. That's what someone told me. It was that ugly. Tom, I have to tell you that when it comes to the Federal Reserve, the debate at the moment is really divided. But when it comes to Europe and the UCB, it is so one sided. I don't know a single person who really believes the CCP can go that far. And the window for most people just seems to be getting smaller and smaller and smaller. I was upset this week and John. I'm glad you bring this up because the U.S. newspapers that we now all read in the web are trying so hard to do softer sort of new stories. And they sort of bury that there's a war going on. And that's what they're dealing with in Europe. There's a war going on. I saw the petrol prices, John, for Sweden and the United Kingdom. Wow. Brutal. That's the correct word. And energy prices in the mainland on the continent in the Euro zone could get a whole lot worse. Yeah, I mean could get a whole lot worse. So I think it's a completely different analysis. You talk about rent worries here. Yeah, we have rent where he's here. Nothing compared to what they're doing. Nothing. Nowhere near. Nowhere near. And they haven't had to snap back the recovery that America's had as well. And that's technology overlay. We have the technology overlay. They don't. Futures down a third on the S&P were down two tenths on the NASDAQ. Your Euro dollar story shaping up as follows by a little more than a tenth of
"moraine" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Often We don't need light He has gotten stalking put theons on the Apple and fast and put a pocket knife on top of the fruit I have written the labels for the baits and it all know who did we say gets the teddy bear I don't remember this business of wrapping the Christmas presents drives me crazy every year They think they know what we are trying to do From 1990 that was writer John mcelroy his commentaries appeared on all things considered for more than ten years he died in 2006 At this darkest time of year hope can sometimes be hard to find Storyteller J O Callahan remembers a midwinter when his most fervent hopes centered on a little boy On Christmas Eve my sisters and I would run across to the grams And I would turn in the middle of the street and I look at our House and it took my breath away Would be all dark and there'd be a white candle burning and every window Then doctor Graham would take us Christmas caroling all over the neighborhood and we loved that Doctor Graham he ran the faulkner hospital in Jamaica plain And he worked 7 days a week till about 10 o'clock at night but he'd get home a couple of days before Christmas Eve to rehearse us We had those John Hancock insurance company booklets And doctor Graham would bend over and conduct us with his hands and his eyes We'd have to sing very quietly and he would stand up a little straighter More study would stand all the way up We felt so important Well then came the Christmas Eve when everything was different My mother was tired she didn't have her bounce and energy All that day she was tired She had come home from the hospital the day before she had a baby Christopher I had three sisters Well now I had a baby brother Christopher He had this huge name First of all I can almost see him with his diapers carrying the car home Home Well Christopher didn't come home something was wrong with his heart and mothers worried day got laid and daddy was shopping with uncle Neal That meant they might come home festive the phone rang and mummy picked it up and the doctor said the baby's dying there's nothing I can do And he hung up Who daddy came home and he was furious when he heard that He called the hospital and said that's no way to tell someone that child is dying will be right down We went to the hospital and I said to my sister moraine look at that blue baby and Maureen said that's Christopher A doctor came and he said to daddy I think we've made a mistake on the blood tests There's a new procedure on what we can do is change the blood and there's a chance we'll know in a day or two Came home and I never saw mummy so So tired so exhausted daddy took her up the big front stairs and down into her room He was coming out of her room and it was all dark and he turned and he said to mom Helen just get some sleep It'll be all right He shut the door and saw a standing in the hall he said We'll just hope for the best There's nothing you can do so go Christmas caroling So we ran across the street to the grams and I turned we have forgotten The whole house was blazing with electric lights Even Maureen forgot to put a candle in every window Doctor Graham he took all of us down to the bottom of the hill to the free hospital for women We went up to award and there must have been 60 old women in a ward in their beds and we sang for them I was thinking I hope mommy's asleep Doctor Graham took us all over the neighborhood He always knew who was sick and heard and sad Took two hours and we had finished we were walking over the hill and I think we saw it all at once We looked up in our whole house was dark But there was a white candle burning in every window And moraine said I hope mommy's asleep And doctor Graham said we're going to sing a Carol for your mother And we did something we'd never done We didn't go to the front door we went around to the side of the house and we sang up towards mother's window The first know well and a window was all black except for that candle was burning and all of a sudden mother appeared in that window and she looked like an angel We had cocoa and we all went to sleep not knowing whether Christopher would live or die Ten years later we had finished Christmas caroling we were coming over the hill Doctor Grammy laughed and said one more Carol It was a tradition now we all sang underneath mother's window to finish So we sang once again under her window was all dark except for the white candle We saying the first Noel and mother appeared again And as we sang my sister marine my older sister was crying And I was thinking what she just got married three weeks ago and she was going to Chicago for her married life This is the last time she'd be with us And I whispered Chicago be fine she shook her head It wasn't that And then I realized she was crying Because she was standing beside Christopher He was ten years old Storyteller J O Callahan spends his christmases in marshfield Massachusetts He told.
"moraine" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Nixon? I do You have Rajveer coming on. Yes, I do. I'm very jealous Rod is a is a brilliant guy about your your your search engine. Dennis. If people go to it and and put in Mary Poppins, will they get the clip of you playing a chimney sweep in Mary Poppins when you're in junior high? Ladies and gentlemen, I bring out things in Hugh Hewitt that no one on earth disclosure. That's all. I want you to know that Hugh Hewitt announced once that I had given up cigars and had taken up Uh, what was the candy bar? There was a certain candy bar. You said I took up your kit Kat guy, and I'm happy KitKat So as a gigantic box of kit cats awaiting me to speech in Philadelphia. Which is still not been eaten, but Uh, anyway, Richard Nixon. So here's my Here's. Here's my issue with regard to Richard Nixon that I'd love you to respond to. Outside of anti communism, which I do believe he really was an anti communist to his credit. Would you characterize him as Liberal conservative or a mixed bag. Machiavellian. I can. He's a strategist to political strategist who only wanted to be in the office in order to rearrange the world so that it would increase the chances of the United States enduring And I believe had a 1960. I believe that 1968 he ran without Much of a domestic agenda except array around himself. Really smart people like Daniel Patrick Moraine, Ohio and George Schultz to bring a Kissinger in who worked for Rockefeller. To staff the smartest people everywhere and let them do their stuff, but mostly To get us out of Vietnam, three establish a relationship with China in order to play the China card against Russia. To support as he did Israel, the young people or wars and everything that can fly saved Israel and when he signed a domestic law like title nine, we just celebrated the 50th anniversary of title nine. We will next year 50 anniversary next year. To all of his environmental legislation, which is the most accomplished environmental president to segregating the schools for Supreme Court justices. All that stuff was secondary to he had a strategic vision for the world. And I would hope it would be the strategic vision for every Republican or Democrat, which is to be A Machiavellian about the world and making America survive it, so it's kind of the way Israeli prime ministers have got to be that they're surrounded by enemy. The United States has enemies everywhere in the world, and you've got to really keep your eye on the ball. He's sort of the opposite of Biden. The genius who got everything right in international affairs. As opposed to a bubble or who gets everything wrong. And surround himself with brilliant people, as opposed to third Raiders. There is so much about Nixon. Most people don't know That's why I love the Prager University video. You made me do it in five minutes, and May I make a pitch tenants for Dennis Berry. I get done as a hard time, but he has a legacy no other radio host will ever have or journalists. Which is Prager University will last for 100. Years and people will continue to contribute to it. And people ought to write you a check right now. Tax deductible. He did not ask me to say this. I say it whenever I can. Send him $500,000 a million dollars. They have built an engine of excellence for young Americans, so they are not brainwashed by the collapsing school system. We find all around us. And it will endure 100 years. How's that, Dennis? Now do I get to see the Mary Poppins video? I must say I'm very moved. To be honest. This came out of this came out of nowhere as it were. Uh, thank you for it. And Uh, I hope you're right. And I think you're right. And I thank you for for this Well, the library. I run a Nixon library. Will people come in and they have to drive to it and they learn stuff that they don't know about Nixon. We have done more with two Prager university videos. To educate people about Nixon and I have done in 30 years with the library Mornin to preserve video. Millions of views that I've done in 30 years. How is that possible? You did it. I don't know. I think Alan did it. Yes, Susan did it is what? I'm going to put it down. Not going to couple that you too much, but I'm going to say it's an amazing thing. Well, it means a great deal. I have. I have a challenging question for you. You wrote a book, and I've always have you on when you write a book, even when you don't write a book, but, uh, you wrote a book. If it isn't close, they can cheat. Right? Do you still hold that view? Yep, It's not close. They can't cheat. I do. I'm afraid of new technologies arising that are incipient. I'm not yet deployed but are coming. Where? Because I talked to experts about this. Some of them live in California were offshore entities will be able to manipulate our systems. And so we have to continually refine our systems and break them down and decide to get them. So that's why did why did we stop having paper ballots that you marked? Uh, why is that not the safest system? It is the safest system. We were confused by the idea that it would be easier and more fun to, uh, count ballots quickly and never works. That way. We have paper ballots and we send them out. We have got to go to the Israeli system done this and you probably know this..
"moraine" Discussed on Silent Warrior Chronicles
"I was trying to deviate a little bit from who I had been loved to, my whole life. Not that they don't love each other, of course, but it's only mental thing it's all she wants to be her own person as well. Yes, she's a twin, but that's not all she is. Yeah, and you know, Mary Kate and Ashley had very similar experiences where they expressed like, you know that we were a twin. We could never just be like, oh hey, Ashley's gonna do this movie, but Mary Kate might be doing directory in another movie. They had to be together. And I think because again, you know, in Disney Channel, we saw them sister sister their name was Tian Tamara. And they've done a lot of movies here and their brother everyone's name. Taj? Yes. The three of them done movies together. And I feel like the way that Disney Channel always is lumped them together. Like it was never like an individual personality given to each of them. It was like, well, the three of your related to the three of you were gonna have that kind of storyline. I remember there was a movie I forgot what it was called. It's a Disney movie though. So Tamara plays the parent, a younger version of their parent and Tia and Taj or their siblings. And they take some sort of potion or something and tamera turns into the mom and I forget who the other dude was that was the dad. Do you remember what movie I'm talking about? Yep, 17 again. That one, yes, so 17 again. And I remember watching them like there's siblings, but they have the storyline that just mushes together. There was no individuality in the movie. Yeah, and that's one of the reasons why when they were actually in school she wasn't doing it to be cruel that she was doing it for her own mental well-being. She said it took my sister and I so long to figure out who we were as people because we had been lumped together for, ever. Yeah. We started our career. We started a life together and our career together. And every time as you said, you know, it was always Tian Tamara. It was never to marry mori or Tia mori, it was Tia and tamera moraine. Now and I don't know if you watched the reality show because he had a relationship. It was like two or three seasons. But you see in that show, they have such different personalities. Because Tia was on the game and I remember, that was like the first time I had seen Tia justia. Not to enter just here. And I remember, I was like, damn, you guys have such different personalities. But in sister cistern twitches in 17 again, they all seem like they have the same personality. Yep, that's what was required of them with the scripts and everything that they, that they had to follow. And that's why she did not allow her her mole to be covered. If you look at the movie, she didn't go through with that look. She couldn't do it. Yes. And that's how I was able to tell that tomatoes playing the younger version of the mom so I was like, oh, my. Of course they chose to America's terminal how's that personality of like, you know, old school, very old at heart type of vibe. And I was like, oh, that's tamir. Tia someone. But see, besides the mole you can kinda tell if you want sister sister you can tell the difference between the two. Yeah, yeah, I can tell it to like, and I think that their character is so well. I think Tamara's always been the more if anybody's gonna be more free, more of the jokester. I feel like it's gonna be Tamara and if anyone's gonna be more like the calm cool collected, just like put together more mature. Well, you know what I mean? Able to act a little bit more mature and the in their characters that they play. It's Tia. Yeah. But I mean, going back to the original topic of this episode, it to me, I watched Disney Channel two and say, I have Disney+. So I watch all the shows that are on today. And I'm like, what in the world is this? Like, what is that one show? I forgot what it's called. So heads arena. Selena in it. Selena Gomez, I forgot what it's called, but I was like, this is a dumbest show ever. Like, what in the world did you learn in this show? Was it wizards of waverly place? That one. Yes, that one. I like that one. I think I watched every single episode and the movie. But yeah, I don't, I don't remember seeing any crucial or important life lessons there. It was more just like a goofy, fun show. And I feel like when we watch TV shows, as kids, and I remember like, from the moment from two 30 p.m. to 6 p.m. I was glued to the television because all my shows were on. Until DVR came out and then I was like, okay fine, we can not be glued to the TV for hours on end. But every episode you left with the lesson, like you felt like, okay, I learned something. And today shows, I feel like I didn't learn anything..
"moraine" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"He must have had water or he was thing near plate because there are places where there is water like we're the pup fissured share but not a lot of water right someone who you walk on for four fucking days he. He was running into other people who are also on like spiritual walks like. It's a dying dying. I can't find my car. Yeah spirit just want to get to my honda. Four of my friends died on my wall so he walks around four days without eating and then on the fifth day just like christ. Jeffrey goes back to his car. Jesus and they're the note he's been removed. It was the rangers found the car. And hey man. You can't just fucking leave a car out here and just say people can have it and they'd taken they'd taken the title put back in the globe. Feel like that would not be done now at no would tow it in a fucking make money so obviously. This is an amazing spiritual adventure. He he stays in california for a little while after that working on jobs and then heads back to ohio and moves in with his parents. Were somehow still married. And jeffrey then decided to take the officers exam for the air force pilot but he has bad eyesight and he can't do it and they're like what about working other part navigation or whatever and so he goes okay and he goes to texas to take the officers training program k. Immediately folks out okay. Good in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. He takes a job with the street department in moraine ohio okay clearing snow in the winter and fixing cracks and whatever in the summer okay dream job what you do with agricultural degree. Yeah yeah you go to the streets. New street st cloud right and put tar got a good holiday this ta on the job vacation. He had written that. He was familiar with spanish german and russian and the pilot's license. Okay i couldn't find any hit. Something he said so who knows right around this time decided he wanted to start traveling and to see quote the dark corners of the world. Now i'm more like hey what's hawaii like. What's comes to riga like. Should i go put in chicago. It and find anything places not to not visit or should i see what's really bad. What do people hate. I wanna go to a place. That's really really awful. I need a place where i wanna leave. I'm just trying to appreciate my bed. Seven of you make me cry. The whole time there and feel dread. How can i live in the ocean. So he sees a commercial for tours of the soviet union And then books trip to you. Imagine seeing commercials. Now i know. I just can't i can't imagine i mean i wish if you weren't around then how fucking crazy right wing about like russia and and you know reagan out of his fucking mind so the fact that there were ads on you go there. Yeah so he goes the leningrad. Moscow come to russia show people round that. See the good look at all. These things were better than yoshito. Your shit all come to russia. Learn about the. did this family. After dinner idea sheet that did a stint for russia. Baby i one country. I don't how many of these songs beatles right about your shithole come to russia. Best place on earth mother russia. You want to feed the beer to bear. Is sky's limit. Come on now this is. They want blue jeans trip.
"moraine" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty
"Hal zack whenever he's dealing with the taliban knocking on his door trying to legitimately kill him and his family to include as young daughters he asked thomas how his family's doing like the selflessness of these people kate. I'm sure you saw it whenever you were afghanistan if you're sitting there eating with a family and they only have limited amount of food. They are still going to offer you the food before their families like. That's the way that these people are. And so having all these people for some of these people that work in the state department you can be in afghanistan for fifteen years working there in the state department. They're seeing friends. Families countrymen that they've grown to love and they know that they're going to be treated poorly because they're saying and we i. I mentioned in the dan's interview where we talk about how. It's just so unbelievably gutting to know that really what we're putting out the moraine official channels air force army but now as guidelines propaganda. Really like. Because you know just behind the screen. People getting beat with chains while they're waiting. They're getting threatened with gunfire. They're firing ak47's a democrats. They're already setting people on fire in different provinces for for being helpers of the the occupiers like it's just a gutting set of circumstances where we to look at the positive things because i think that's human nature where you want to look at the light but in reality the darkness is all consuming there as well and it's gonna continue to get darker darker darker and why there is positive stories. Look at like the children that the child is going to be an american citizen people getting out by the thousands now. There is for every person that gets out there. Tens that are going to be left behind there in. It's absolutely gutting to know that those people are going to be dealing with the taliban for the remainder of their lives. No matter how long that might be. I just wanted to say Speaking of dan he mentioned during that interview that he was in march of the same time i was and he befriended when i was there it was it was tough fitting in with some of the infantry groups i got shuttled around So it was particularly nice when when another marine would extend an olive branch. Milk here comes to have dinner with me. Baba and one of those guys for me was an e. od guy sergeant Mcconnell and he became a really great friend over there Just one of the kindest most gregarious affable people you could ever meet with an incredibly again. Odeon march stressful job. And when i got back home continued just just as friends messing. How you doing blah blah blah. What's going on And unfortunately he took he took his own life July second two thousand eleven. And the reason the i ever message. I have would it was. Dan wrote the most beautiful. It was something i really struggled with. 'cause i there were signs that i missed quite clearly and Dan had written this beautiful article goodbye to brother gone too soon..
"moraine" Discussed on Distorted View Daily
"That has ever been and will ever be reported on. It doesn't get any more worthy than this. I'm considering ending the show after today. Man all right let's rate on here. Let me read that last sentence again. he murdered his thirteen year old son dylan in a fit of rage after the boy found photos of red wine wearing a red bra in eating feces from diaper. I wonder if we featured this guy on defeats redwine appeared next to his lawyers in court friday wearing a black shirt and a red draw underneath maybe and a great tie but no jacket and no bra. He awaited the verdict with his hands folded and showed no emotion as it was read out is lawyers john. Moraine and justin bogan did not immediately respond to a request for comment on friday red wines trial on murder and child abuse charges. You guys think that child abuse charge was really necessary. Murdering a child is child abuse. But more importantly it's murder rate. That'd be that's the big charge. I think like the child abuse thing. It's like punishing him for the same crime basically unless he did something else to the kid. Red wines trial on murder and child abuse charges began in mid june after years of delays in two mistrials. How am i just now. Hearing about this case someone really should have brought this to my attention. All right Dylan redwine was last. Seen alive on november eighteenth twenty twelve yet arrived in durango colorado for a court ordered visit with his father amid a contentious court battle between mark and his ex wife elaine. I wonder why that relationship didn't work out. Well i notice my bras. Kept coming up missing. And whenever i kiss my husband he would have the worst breath i put two and two together i found shit streaks on my bra dylan and mark age. Fifty nine had argued and fought the last time the boy was there. Dylan didn't wanna stay with mark and asked a friend. If he could sleep over at his house a request that was denied by mark that evening dylan.
"moraine" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast
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"moraine" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"And i'll tell you the other team. That anthony rizzo would be a good fit with. That's the milwaukee brewers and scout text me woodshed tack. Would jed trade with the milwaukee brewers vogel box down even if he was healthy. I think rizzo's an upgrade. And i said yes. They did it with the white sox recently. But it'd be the same with eli and could be the same theory you there'd be a tax involved to the brewers you have to pay us a little bit more in order for us to hand you possibly the world series you know through through anthony. Rizzo and the heat. We're gonna take from our fan base. And of course. Tim beating us up the final two months if we train them to all those factors be you have to pay us a little bit more for is. I'm not sure the brewers would do that because they they're pretty conservative with with how they they react to things but man result the leadership. The bat The the opening it. I face he'd be a good fit in milwaukee about the defense i mean how about the brewery defense and pitching that they would have if they were to get rizzo at first base. That would that. Would that would be fascinating. I my instinct is. I don't think jet would care about giving the white sox. Jack peterson because jack peterson is not a legacy player. He's a rental. I don't think that would be that big of a deal. I agree with you about rizzo. I think it would be a little bit harder. To trade him to the brewers especially if they're in that you know nine game range on behind but i think the reality is for jet. They're not a lot of teams banged down his door for anthony. Rizzo no he's probably worth more to the cubs than he is on the open market so to speak. I don't describe that. I think that there has to be a need. Milwaukee has a need there. They're one of the city teams in the league. They don't ever first baseman. There's a need there. you'd have to have an injury. Most contending teams having first baseman and most of them have been good for space so the need would have to open up an injury. Whatever the case may be so You're right about that. The market is pretty. It's slimmer for position players in general and that's why they're hall is going to come through their pitchers. I have a feeling. Chris ryan's gonna wind up on mets I just feel like again because of the way that it's shaving up or you have the three nationally. West teams of basically made wildcard inaccessible. The central and the east teams You you only have five teams. We better than a twenty percent chance of making the playoffs. According to band grabs national league and the senate the american league is beginning to become very polarized where you have the astros five and a half games ahead of oakland this morning. The of the white sox what eight or nine games ahead of the indians who collapsed finally all those injuries. Manifesting themselves for him are for them. So i think they're going to be a lot of super-motivated buyers the way that it's playing out in at some point and wonder jets gonna be sitting there in the last Ten days july san man. I gotta get something for brian. And the team with a clear interests. Potentially the whole third base should be the mets. Yeah i wondered. I looked at some teams. I wondered about him in the outlet with tampa bay. Somehow pull the trigger. You know. Oakland philadelphia was just in town here in chicago. And i'll tell you alec boehm may that's a sort of volatile player in my in my world would would would they swap out. Third baseman for for two months kris bryant. I want to stop you there in the phillies real quick. I agree with you in theory. I would have a hard time. If dombrowski dave dombrowski the general manager vilis justifying the investment. That would be required when your chance to make the playoffs or eleven percent like the billions would have to close it to a game or two before i could go to my owner and say yeah. We should make that investment. What he. I know i do agree with you on that. And it's the same answer about timber to the phillies. Even i mean that team could absolutely use craig kimbrel. But you don't trade for craig kimbrel if you're in third place you trade for craig kimbrel. If you really think you're world series contender to browse who's going to have to make that calculation. Yup all right. What are the white sox gonna do team across town you know. Everyone talks about it back because of their injuries. And that may or may not happen. I mean it will happen but what's interesting to me is getting the ball. Liam hendriks hasn't been as easy as they thought. It'd be matt foster hasn't had the season they thought. Cody hoyer. great arm. Set some good moments in high leverage. That's a look at some of these areas in the bullpen leading up to liam hendriks especially from the right side buster. So i think they're going to be surprisingly. I think to a lot of people in the market for reliever i mean most continue teams are anyway right. You're always trying to fortify. I think gear crochet an errand. Bummer from the left side is fine. Bummer said sort of an unlucky season. So reliever left handed bat backup. Catcher until granddaughter comes back now. I thought they might make minor league trade for jonathan luke roy but he just got called up to the braves. But i don't it was great news about brandao because you don't have to go out and trade for starter you can you can trade for a backup and then bide your time was collins until wrandell comes back with a collar on on the radio yesterday and espn one thousand. Ask about yacht here. Molina waving his. No trade clause in the white sox trading with tony larussa. The hell and i i didn't i didn't think so either because first of all what happens when it comes back one of them sitting right and the don't happen plus moraine legacy guy you know. It's funny because adam wainwright has also spent his whole career with cardinals. It will take a moment to address this in various because you seen the cardinals many times sock away. Right talked molina you know. They're both have spent their whole careers with the cardinals. I cannot see the cardinals ever asking molina to accept the deal to another team. He's gonna play his whole career with cardinals. But i can in a weird way. See them adam wainwright before the trade deadline this year. Saying you know what we're out of it you're on your contract atom. What would you like an atom might seize got five kids and he might say now i wanna finish the year with the cardinals and they would be like okay. That's fine but i think they've been more likely to just entertain what his thoughts are bad and if he wants to go to a contender toward the end of his career. I think they would do that. It's an interesting point. I i know wainwright better than i know. Molina and i in talking to wayne right even in the off season he certainly was waiting the cardinals out. I think he knew he was going to be back there. And i'm not sure what would have happened if if they had said no we can't we can't work it out so it's an interesting point but look the chance at october baseball. Compared his playing out the string has to be attractive to players like winning right or resort. These i mean some of these guys haven't played meaningless september and august baseball in a long time and they don't really like it and to sit home in october data especially at way rights aid. So it's it's an interesting point. I agree with you. I'd see wainwright more than molina. Possibly doing that. Yeah and rizzo in a while. He is always going to be the guy who caught the out that got him the championship. he's already been traded twice in his lifetime. So that that would necessarily necessarily anything new Sixty seconds left. Just give me a see if you agree with me on this. Trevor bauer merchandise holes dodger stadium. The bobblehead night suspended moving forward. I think this is the dodgers preparing for the possibility. They go the rest of the year without trevor. Bauer what do you think. Yeah the feeling around. Baseball is this. This is going to turn into the worst case scenario for bauer and just the story in itself like just the way people are talking and feeling that this guy is in trouble and i can see why the dodgers are starting to distance themselves. We haven't heard a lot from the union on this right It's it's a very sensitive situation but the there smoke there's fire busters that kind of the feeling you get like. There's just so many people around his orbit at that are very worried about what's going to happen to him and obviously the victim is well. What what she's gone through and it just doesn't look good. It doesn't look good for him. The silence from the other dodger players is deafening in terms of defending trevor. Bauer or saying nice things about trevor. Bauer on this moment. So we'll see where that goes. All right thanks jesse. Great to talk with the c. At the all star.
"moraine" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"Clip. Thirty two in college kennedy stated that white people are a different breed of humans and are responsible for the aids virus. Yes or no. Do you personally consider the conspiracy that white people started aides to an extremist belief. I'd have to understand. The context is as eight made. I'm not gonna. I'm not gonna admiral. This is a book that you've recommended. Have jerry hicks quotes from somebody's book. I'm not gonna do that. I don't think he read it. I don't think you know. I don't i don't think there's a chance he read it. Read it think. Wait a second. This doesn't make any sense are we. Can't give this the soldiers right now. He just bought the crap that if you're a good person that doesn't want to be seen as racist. You need to have this book on your shelf. He need to your school. Needs to buy a thousand copies and hand my two kids and you need to walk around talking about it all done well in the pentagon i'm sure told the top brass and he's one of them looked. This whole equity thing is really hot. The biden administration is in favor of it. So don't say equality say equity and did just to make people read this crap without any understanding of it. Finally clips. Thirty five senator. Tom cotton one moraine told us that military a military history training session were replaced with mandatory training on police brutality white privilege and systemic racism. He reported that several officers now leaving his unit citing that training another servicemember told us that their unit was required to read white fragility by robin diangelo which claims and this is a quote. White people raised in western society or conditioned into a white supremacist worldview. An airman told us their unit was forced into a racist. Exercise called a privilege walk. Were members of the wing were ordered to separate themselves by race and gender in order to strap by people based on their perceived privileged we spend trillions of dollars to try to have the strongest military on the planet and we have had for seventy five years but as joe mentioned earlier china and russia. They're just trying to teach their military how to whoop ass. We're having our our soldiers read white fragility that load of crap. Yeah i know. I know it's it's horrific. They are go flying in beijing chairman. She's hiccuping he's laughing so hard that we are dismantling our own countries power on its way down. Yeah and you know what's so. Frustrating is there have been great important discussions of race racism. The legacy of the jim crow era education inner cities how to actually lift up black kids and they're all being now shouted down by this discussion of this garbage. And so you're thinking well you guys are discussing it now. Yeah because practically every public school in the country. Indoctrinating your kids into this crap. This is a critical moment. Nevermind critical race there. This is a critical moment in america's history. It's horrific change of topic. We got a bunch of texts issue. You with a couple of them are text. Line is four one. Five two nine five k. Ftc i was listening yesterday to your red lobster story when jack said it had never occurred in that red lobster sold lobster in jovan. is jack. Okay top now covered with water as it is was a moment. No it had never occurred to me anyway a lot on the music. I'm michael race fogelberg all effing day. Somebody texted you. Guys are your best when you're discussing lame music. This song is killer says one but mild lover at the grocery store ready to softer on. The snow was falling christmas eve. Somebody sent me the link to. This is another of the randy van wermer just when i needed you most. That's what i'll be singing to on my drive home from work. Who left me right. I can feel my testicles shrink is. I'm listening to this. Yeah it does. It actually infects the size of your thank testicles man needs an orca dominator somebody learn during the barry bonds trial is how you measure your testicles in this text when my parents got divorced in the sixties my mom shut herself in the bedroom and played yesterday over and over on a forty five record at drove us. All crazy take care that's horrible. We'll take care. Yeah it's funny twenty how it's funny. How lame those songs are. If you're not.
"moraine" Discussed on Bravo TV's Daily Dish
"You get the luxury of a private jet moraine. What other shows you currently work on right. Now we are. Prepping something for amazon You know i obviously did. Total divas. total bellas. Ms mrs On usa. i did more is world. I actually had to go on the field them. Be the showrunner for mariah's worlds at to mazing. How is that. I did get to go on a private jet with hotel travel. That was amazing. I forgive loved her like she she. She has people so misunderstand her like. She's totally. She's really down to earth. Like i i was on a private jet with our was my first time on a private jet with her. She asked me to hold her lasso. Red wine and the jet took off. I tripped the wine. Spilled all over her. I was like oh. My god amon gonna die. And she yeah. She liberally laughed. She was not mad she was so easy going about it and And i think people think she's a diva because she always does dada but it's not. She's imitating someone from her childhood. Yeah she doesn't really talk about like publicly. Yeah she's actually really cool cool eighty. I had fun with her. Yeah i've always got the impression that she's in on the joke so to say like you know she. She knows what the world thinks of her and she's happy to play the part in a way while. I really appreciate all of this. This is this is a dream. Come true me just because i been such a fan of the show for so long and i really do appreciate the gift that you've given me in just terms of the show and i'm really sad to see it go but i'm glad we get this last season in this reunion and it feels like a really nice goodbye letter. Yeah i agree. Thank you megan. I appreciate keo nice talking to you. Nice talking.
"moraine" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)
"Oh you know. Usually the one that the usually the award for best director usually that movie mike will go on and be the best movie or like the best actor will go on and be the best movie on but they did best picture before actress actor so weird so weird. It's like adding the super bowl on a coin. Flip right right. So they announced nomad land. Winner of the best picture was like. Oh okay. And then the very next award was best actress at like. You read through actress in a leading role. You re through the the nominees yet. Carrie mulligan for promising. Young woman. Vanessa kirby for not unfortunately not for fast and furious presents hobson shah out jennifer instead for pieces of a woman. You've got andrade. For the united states versus billie holiday. It was her first movie ever. She got nominated for nonsense and of course. The davis moraine is black. Bottom and then francis mcdormand for no midland so obviously francis mcdormand's gonna win because her movie won best picture. Yeah you ought assume totally took out she did. She did win totally took all the tension for that moment because we already knew. Nomad land won best picture and then the final award for the night was actor in a supporting role. And the only thing you can kind of think that the producers thought was going to happen maybe chadwick boseman bosman god. Wow was the final in best supporting actor or best actor so accurate a leading role. Okay i just say because like daniel khalil. one supporting actor and daniel badly deserve that oscar. I've never thought judas on the black beside but daniel columbia is so good just read. The nominees were actor in supporting role. Yet leah. Sasha baron cohen not for The trial of the chicago said it's so unbelievable to me that we can live in a world where sasha baron cohen is oscar nominee. He deserves it There are people in hollywood who work as hard as oshawa baron cohen. He's a bit lewis. Not only as actor. But i think he's actually a genius as far as like a funny thing is his co star in borat. Subsequent movie filmed delivery prestigious bribe to american regime for make benefit glorious nation of guys extend maria Bockel lova. that's the butcher. She got nominated for akerson of supporting role..
"moraine" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show
"But i was reading that ed and lorraine warren actually investigated that house. They were called in to check. The dow seems if they can help the family on everything and Apparently from what. I'm reading they. Were basically saying that the there really was no evidence of the actual house being haunted. It was more of in the people's minds because they apparently hired a guy. Excuse me his name was Ray gordon g. a. r. t. o. n. It back in the early very early nineties to write the book on the snickers. And and you know ray was you know like he did the interviews. Whatever and you know. There's stuff that wasn't making sense. He's like these people are crazy so he went back to ed moraine. Like hey these folks you know. Seem like little bit off the rocker you know. What do you want me to do this book. you know. and apparently from what i'm understanding. They told him we'll take some of it. But then make up the rest of the story. And just make it scariest possible so yes yes searching on that. Says it's really 'cause they said that you know. Yeah these people were there pretty nuts and you know there's no proof of any evidence of anything actually happening there and the family you know. They went as far as to say that These demons were clearly terrorizing and literally raping. The parents isn't it sir. And they're sticking to their story about all this stuff but then when you have an end lorraine were interviewing multiple family members. None of their stores were the same. They were all different. You know like noname coincided. So it's like really got me wonder myself knows this actually true story or the people just a little looney. Or what was the real deal. Yeah when i researched it. They did a comparison to were alive. Like did they actually move near hostile. Yes the haunting in connecticut. True story fills that the royal family son had cancer only did move there and that's true And then was the house really a funeral home. Yes it was but it was. It went really back. I mean the house was a funeral woods in the eighteen hundreds. It was already furner home or the ninety early. Nineteen hundreds in. Darrell currents a former owner. The southern teahouse house confirmed that prior to purchasing the property in nineteen ninety it served as the eoghan h. a. l. a..
"moraine" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Situations in the cattle Marine School District, southern Waukesha County. Story begins with a parent posting on the school district's Web page where you can comment that community page that they have His wife's account has been suspended. The school district Black, his wife from posting on the page. Because his wife dared to talk about their own personal horror story they're having with the school district. Keep talking about the authoritarian world that we live in and how liberals keep assigning Rights to some, which of course, takes away the rights the others and then enforce them. With remarkable bullying. I honestly don't even and I think many of us don't even know how some of these people in good conscience can be the kind of goons that they are. And the people running the cattle Marine School district If these allegations are true Functioning as goods. Mentioned going into the break. Imagine You've got a kid and your kid decides that he or she is of the opposite gender. And your kid goes to a public school. You probably all have some idea of what would happen. I'm going to share a story of what is happening. It starts with the father posting on the site knowing that this is going to be taken down because the school district won't even let them tell their story. Hello again Community. My wife and I won't mention her name for reasons that will become apparent account has been disabled. You to her latest post. We're going to try this one more time. I would suggest that any parent that finds issue with what is going on to take a screenshot of our concern and forward it to all parents that they know within the school district via text. I'm not sure how long this post will be up for it. Now my account will get disabled. Also to all the people. At PM her That's personal message her. That's the way she is sorry that she is unable to respond. We have also been working with a nonprofit law firm to see if a case could be made against the policy. Any other parents who would like to piggyback on Please read out. Please reach out rather and I will forward your information to them so that your information can be kept private. And then they follow. Hey, MST parents beware. I would like all of the parents of the Kettle Moraine school district to be aware of the parental power. At the school district is taking away from parents. I have a 12 year old daughter. And the Kettle Marine School district, and I'm from recent obvious not gonna use any names here, but I have a 12 year old daughter and the Kettle Marine school district. It started to experience rapid onset gender dysphoria in mid December of 2020 in other words, a month ago. She openly expressed That she is confused. Even two staff members. It felt like a boy. While figuring out treatment options. We decided not to go with the affirmative care model and instead Non affirmed her right until she works through her confusion. I have reached out to the school and informed them that I do not want to move forward. With allowing students and staff to call her by her preferred name and gender. Until she works with the mental health professional. They reached out to me. January 19th that would have been eight days ago. Any for me that they are going to go against my wishes. And instead follow the wishes of my very well confused adolescent daughter. I am removing her from the school. And would suggest that parents reach out to the district. To change the policy..