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First Tokyo Olympics Medals For The U.S. Go To Swimmers

the NewsWorthy

00:28 sec | 7 hrs ago

First Tokyo Olympics Medals For The U.S. Go To Swimmers

"Teeny was say had a rockier start than usual at the tokyo olympics. For the first time in nearly fifty years. The americans didn't win a medal on the first day of competition but are swimmers broke. The drought yesterday chase. Kayla won the first gold medal for team. Usa in the men's four hundred meter individual medley since then other americans have won gold and things like fencing and taekwondo and as of early this morning team usa is now second in the medal count. Only china is ahead of us.

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California’s Largest Fire Torches Homes as Blazes Lash West

the NewsWorthy

00:53 sec | 7 hrs ago

California’s Largest Fire Torches Homes as Blazes Lash West

"Have started to make some progress on the largest wildfire burning in the us but there are still big challenges ahead. The bootleg fire in southern oregon is now nearly halfway contained. That one has already burned through more than six hundred forty square miles. It's forced thousands of people to evacuate and it's destroyed dozens of homes overall. It's one of eighty six large fires burning in twelve states. There are more than twenty two thousand firefighters. Battling the flames in california. The largest one is the dixie. Fire that one has leveled more than a dozen houses and other buildings in the northern california town of indian falls. Several small communities have had to evacuate other very large. Fires are burning in montana. Washington state nevada and wyoming just to name a few fire crews are working twenty four hours a day to get them under control. Some of them have traveled from all around the country to help.

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Tunisian President Fires Prime Minister After Violent Protests

BBC Newsday

01:48 min | 9 hrs ago

Tunisian President Fires Prime Minister After Violent Protests

"To speed with what's happening in Tunisia major unrest over the last few days, the country's president has now announced the suspension of parliament. And the dismissal of the prime minister after violent protests broke out in several cities over the government's handling of the covid pandemic and the ongoing problems with unemployment and the economy. President Chi Saeed said on Sunday he would assume executive authority with the assistance of a new prime minister. However, the Tunisian parliament speaker has accused the president of launching a coup against the Constitution. Well for more. I've been speaking to Huda Was Yodit research in Tunisian affairs from the University of Toronto in Canada. Have to say I wasn't surprised because this has been like an open secret in Tunisia with a lot of people talking about the possibility of what President I say it. Maybe stage in some kind of what they call a constitutional cool, according to some constitutional experts, even though some others who know that would disagree with the label, But I think this is a moment that opportunity that is very critical when a lot of people They seem to be extremely worried and concerned that what side has done might lead to a part of some kind of dictatorship or some kind of could similar to what happened in Egypt. Others are quite you know, happy because especially the ones are very until mother Because of the way that the political class has been dealing with them. How economic situation but also the health places with carpet so in a way, because it's very popular with a lot of them so They felt that he, in some ways, you know, reigned in all the ills that has been generated by by the change in Parliament, in particular how it is run by the Islamist party. Another and this is

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Is it Time to Prune Your Goals?

Before Breakfast

01:41 min | 10 hrs ago

Is it Time to Prune Your Goals?

"Tip is to prune your goals you may be holding onto goals intentions that you don't actually intend to do or that. No longer makes sense for your life. Best to acknowledge that and let them go so you can focus on the ones that do matter around this time of year late summer. My yard starts looking a little overgrown the bushes along the front walkway grow so thick that it is almost impossible to walk through them. They are lovely bushes but not in that form. Time to prune them back. The same thing happens in a way with goals. Lots of people make new year's resolutions in late december or early january some people set a lot of goals just in the course of life like let me read fifty books this year or meditate for thirty minutes a day or pick up my watercolor paints again whether people keep these goals is a different matter. Sometimes we don't even think about them after a while but they're kind of they're as expectations lovely in some form but blocking the sidewalk when there are too many of them left untended if that sounds familiar. The middle of the year is a great time for a reckoning. Not because i want anyone to feel bad about whether they are harboring unmet expectations for themselves. But because it's good to be honest about whether goals are actually goals or not.

Team USA Wins 10 Medals on Day 2 of Tokyo Olympics

Jim Bohannon

00:37 sec | 12 hrs ago

Team USA Wins 10 Medals on Day 2 of Tokyo Olympics

"A medal on day one of the Olympics, American athletes pulled in their fair share on Day two of competition in Tokyo. The U. S was held off the medal count in Day one of Olympic action for the first time since 1972 Team USA got back on track on Day two, with American athletes collecting 10 medals overall with four golds in swimming chase, Kalish took gold and Jay Litherland took silver in the gruelling 400 m individual medley. William Shatner took gold in the 10 M air rifle competition and two women made US Olympic history collecting gold medals. Foil fencing and taekwondo. Lee Kiefer took the top spot in foil fencing in anesthesia. Zoltek was golden in taekwondo. Ryan, Bayer

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113 Killed in Western India Landslides, Monsoon Flooding

AP 24 Hour News

00:14 sec | 15 hrs ago

113 Killed in Western India Landslides, Monsoon Flooding

"100 people have died in over. 100 are missing after days of heavy monsoon rains triggered landslides and flooding in western India, Authorities have said over 130,000 people were rescued from nearly 900 affected villages across Maharashtra state's

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NFL Sets Stiff Penalties for the Unvaccinated

CBS News Weekend Roundup

01:50 min | 17 hrs ago

NFL Sets Stiff Penalties for the Unvaccinated

"Is cracking down to get players to get Covid 19 vaccines Just days before training camps began, All 32 teams got a memo saying outbreaks among unvaccinated players could cause teams to forfeit games. That would be costly for both the teams and players CBS this morning Saturday, co host Dana Jacobson explains Why there's this no nonsense approach. There's Brady's past Grand Kowske. At the end of the 2020 NFL season, the league managed to crown a champion. Getting there wasn't easy. Covid outbreaks among teams forced the league to reschedule several games, which caused logistical and financial headaches. NFL team owners want to have these games played in full and as safely as possible. Jonathan Jones is a CBS sports NFL insider. He says the league hopes to avoid a repeat of last year, which is why it sent a memo to all 32 teams Thursday, warning that if a covid spike on a team postpones again, which can't be rescheduled, the team responsible will have to forfeit shoulder the financial losses and players on both teams won't get paid. The memo upset several league stars like opera wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, who posted then deleted this tweet being put in a position to hurt my team because I don't want to partake in the vaccine is making me question my future in the NFL. He later posted. I got about nine more years than me. You look at the monetary side of this, and of course, it does not benefit the owners to miss out on any of these games. Jones says The NFL memo is proof that owners don't think enough players are protected. You want to be able to deliver on the entire 17 game schedule and then play a full postseason and deliver Product to all of your fans, all of your media partners, Dr.

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Officials in Michigan county will return virus bonuses

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 18 hrs ago

Officials in Michigan county will return virus bonuses

"After days of criticism a group of elected officials in a conservative Michigan county say they'll return thousands of dollars in bonuses they gave themselves from federal code nineteen relief aid earlier this month China wants the county commissioners approved a plan to give more than half a million dollars from the federal code nineteen relief aid the county received two two hundred and fifty county employees as hazard pay for dealing with the corona virus pandemic the smallest amounts were a thousand to two thousand dollars but the county board chairman got twenty five thousand two more commissioners received ten thousand dollars each while four others received five thousand dollar payments sixty five thousand dollars in all the Argus press reports the county's prosecuting attorney found those payments that board members approved for themselves to be illegal the commissioners now say they will return the funds to the county I'm Ben Thomas

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113 killed in western India landslides, monsoon flooding

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 20 hrs ago

113 killed in western India landslides, monsoon flooding

"Several hundred people have died in over a hundred missing after days of heavy monsoon rains triggered landslides and flooding in western India authorities have said over a hundred and thirty thousand people were rescued from nearly nine hundred affected villages across Maharashtra states many was stranded on rooftops rooftop buses on highways India's navy also said it deployed helicopters to evacuate stranded people and sent rescue teams with bites to the region one of the worst hit villages was in Tyler I south of Mumbai the capsule of Maharashtra states the village of fifty nine households was buried by a massive landslide as bodies continue to be recovered bringing the death toll to over fourty entire lane is also closed by landslides and flooding are common in India during the June September monsoon season I'm Karen Thomas

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Typhoon in-Fa Making Landfall in Shanghai, China

Hidden Brain

00:25 sec | 21 hrs ago

Typhoon in-Fa Making Landfall in Shanghai, China

"Eastern China, including the country's commercial center, Shanghai, The storm is bringing life threatening rains and winds along the coast that could last for days as the storm slows down. No fatalities are reported, but transportation is disrupted in businesses are shuttered. This is NPR. The U. S delivered three million

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France: Macron Calls for Unity After Anti-Vaccine Protests

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 23 hrs ago

France: Macron Calls for Unity After Anti-Vaccine Protests

"A day after mass protests around France French president Emmanuel MacColl appealed for unity and mass vaccination to fight the coronavirus singing the French national anthem protesters filled the streets of Paris about a hundred and sixty thousand people came out simple surround Frantz to demonstrate against the special ticket nineteen pasta restaurants and public venues and mandatory vaccinations for health workers medical psychiatry sitting again says she came out to protest to save her job on September the fifteenth I'm not box ninety eight I will do my job Texas a phony five games on a visit to French Polynesia president Michael fun facts saying that what is your freedom what do you say to me I don't want to be vaccinated but tomorrow you infect children although your mother or myself I become the victim of your freedom more than a hundred and eleven thousand people with the fires have died in France I'm Karen Chen mass

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The Benefits of Near Infrared Sauna

A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

01:47 min | 1 d ago

The Benefits of Near Infrared Sauna

"Want to share with you all of the reasons why i purchased the infrared sauna and what it has done so far. What the benefits have been for me. Now i've moved around a lot in my life and there's no denying that sunny days brighten my mood. I always feel better when. I'm enjoying more time in the sun in the area where i live right now. I don't get quite as much sun as i did. I lived in florida. So when i lived in florida i always had good vitamin d levels. I didn't experience depression. And i definitely didn't experience seasonal blues like. I do sometimes living here in tennessee. The sun's rays regulate our sleeping patterns and it supports physiological processes. That help our body to just function better. So i understand a lot of people have become more and more afraid of the sun and we tend to sometimes forget that de son also has really a powerful. He leaned benefits when used appropriately. One of the best ways to reap the benefits of sunlight without necessarily Overexposure or the risk of skin cancer is by using near infrared sauna. Now this isn't the main reason why i wanted an infrared sauna and i'll get into that a little bit more as i go along and share my story but this is definitely a bonus side benefit that as if you do experience seasonal affective disorder. You couldn't possibly benefit from fifteen to twenty minutes of daily infrared light therapy.

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U.S. Swim Team Shines With 6 Medals

WBZ Morning News

00:48 sec | 1 d ago

U.S. Swim Team Shines With 6 Medals

"And blue on the podium at the summer Games in Tokyo so All right, turn down the volume. If you want to watch the events later on today and not know the winners. Here we go. The US striking golden swimming and there were other events later in the day where Americans won their medals as well. For the first time we heard this here at the Tokyo Olympics. The American national anthem at the swimming venue as chaste Kalish wins the 400 m individual medley. He gets us gold medal number one. This is my lifelong dream. I've accomplished everything else in this sport. And Kalish wasn't the only US medalist on the first day of medals being awarded and swimming. The US one remarkable six. One gold, two silvers and three bronze. Steve Futterman CBS News at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo, the

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Professional Wrestling (MM #3777)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Professional Wrestling (MM #3777)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I'm not just cursing the Olympics these days. I'm also cursing one of my dearest friends, a lifelong friend who we saw last week and we got to talking about TV apps and we're talking about the things we watch. So they could write down some things that they could check out and he was telling me that classic wrestling was available on peacock. Like, most people, I was into wrestling as a kid but kind of stopped paying attention. I got to be an adult. He told me I could watch all these classic wrestling episodes from the early 1980s, free WWF. Yeah, the national wrestling Alliance that I used to watch growing up in Virginia, they've got them on T. In fact that's what's on the TV, right? Knee watching some old wrestlers and just watching it how different it was and how simple and not quite as cartoonish. It was cartoonish, don't get me wrong but it's not quite the same thing. And after I get done here, after I get done with like nine Seasons, so the entire 1980s I'll be going back to the Mid-South wrestling. It's great to have on during the day where you don't really have to pay attention where it really doesn't matter. But yet, it takes me back into a time that what was much simpler, I just didn't realize it was quite so simple at the time.

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Professional Wrestling (MM #3777)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Professional Wrestling (MM #3777)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I'm not just cursing the Olympics these days. I'm also cursing one of my dearest friends, a lifelong friend who we saw last week and we got to talking about TV apps and we're talking about the things we watch. So they could write down some things that they could check out and he was telling me that classic wrestling was available on peacock. Like, most people, I was into wrestling as a kid but kind of stopped paying attention. I got to be an adult. He told me I could watch all these classic wrestling episodes from the early 1980s, free WWF. Yeah, the national wrestling Alliance that I used to watch growing up in Virginia, they've got them on T. In fact that's what's on the TV, right? Knee watching some old wrestlers and just watching it how different it was and how simple and not quite as cartoonish. It was cartoonish, don't get me wrong but it's not quite the same thing. And after I get done here, after I get done with like nine Seasons, so the entire 1980s I'll be going back to the Mid-South wrestling. It's great to have on during the day where you don't really have to pay attention where it really doesn't matter. But yet, it takes me back into a time that what was much simpler, I just didn't realize it was quite so simple at the time.

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Valve Announces Steam Deck to Compete With Switch

TechtalkRadio

01:46 min | 1 d ago

Valve Announces Steam Deck to Compete With Switch

"Steam which is made by valve company valve They just announced pretty much. What was it last. Wednesday last thursday out last week. They announced the steam deck. So again yes. It's very similar to the deck. It's called the steam deck and it is a handheld system. It looks a lot. Like the sega game gear it does. It's gotta come back in the day. A seven inch screen. That is is pretty good. I mean he's still looks like a great screed. Yeah it's a decent screen as hand-held it's got the analog controllers got a directional controller. it's got a touch pat on both sides for more of a mouse movement. Kind of thing. It's got a few buttons on the back. A few buttons on the top. So it's got more buttons per se than than than ten to switch but it was interesting about is like i said it's not only just. The name is very close to el gado stream deck. Yeah and and it's still yet to be found if that's going to be the final name i mean. There is a website street or steam deck dot com steamed Dot com is where you can find the the information on this hand-held device but nintendo i think they gotta be shaking in their boots. Because nintendo's had this the the switch that's twenty seventeen and they keep talking about switch pro yes. Is this new model. Yeah basically that's when his was doing is like everybody's sitting there saying hey nintendo. It's time to upgrade your system. Let's get a new switch switch pro. That's got better. Cpu a better graphics card. A bigger screen nintendo's like oh biggest green. Sure we'll give you bigger screen. We'll wait hold up. No no we want. We want a better processor and gpo. No no no no just going to better screen. That's all they're doing. They're releasing the exact same switch with a better screen.

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Typhoon in-Fa Hits China's East Coast

BBC Weekend

00:18 sec | 1 d ago

Typhoon in-Fa Hits China's East Coast

"Has made landfall in China's judge Young province just days after severe flooding in central China across large parts of China's east coast, including the financial harbour, Shanghai Air, Sea and rail transport has been halted in preparation for the heavy rains and high winds brought by typhoon in FA.

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How I Stopped Feeling Inadequate and Comparing Myself to Others by Vironika Tugaleva of Vironika.org

Optimal Living Daily

02:14 min | 1 d ago

How I Stopped Feeling Inadequate and Comparing Myself to Others by Vironika Tugaleva of Vironika.org

"I used to feel like a never be successful. Like never measure up to the accomplishments of the people around me right. After i first began coaching and speaking i spent much of my daily life comparing myself to people i consider successful and i never measured up. Go on website after website. Feeling my heart sink as i wondered. How will i ever be able to do this. How can i ever get people to listen to what i am saying. What if i'll always be. Nobody would if no one cares. What if i'm not good enough. The shame was overwhelming and so was the anxiety. After i quit my day job and became even worse i left my career of study. Mayfield either excelled academically and professionally to pursue a passion. That left me feeling inadequate and insignificant. I was too young too inexperienced to unguarded to unqualified. I wasn't slick enough sexy enough or well dressed enough. I was just me and for a while there. That was a painful reality. I fought these demons in my head secretly as i tried to share a message of love. I followed my constant sense of inadequacy as a coach as an author as a people helper back. Then i didn't see that as judging my work the same way i once judge my body i thought i'd made huge leaps and myself love journey and i had i wasn't on learning yet close to a year ago. I had an epiphany. I was invited to come on television my first ever appearance on tv to talk about my story and the love mindset. I wrote about my experiences at the time for now. Just summarize a story for you very simply. I'll terrified then. i had an epiphany. It was the kind of epiphany that felt good. But it didn't hit me hard. Some tiffany's make your eyes alight up and you know that they're changing your entire life. No this wasn't like that. This is the kind of tiffany that feels nice. Be don't realize his life changing until you look back and see that everything is different. was this. This is not about me. It's about the people i help. My job is not to be successful. My job is to serve. That is how i succeed. That little tiffany cleanse all work related anxiety out of my mind day by day as i reoriented my sense of purpose in the world

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"more than day" Discussed on The Audio Long Read

The Audio Long Read

02:40 min | 3 weeks ago

"more than day" Discussed on The Audio Long Read

"That maybe these artificial sweeteners can cause metabolic syndrome and thus obesity and diabetes. This suggestion comes primarily from epidemological studies that show an association between the use of artificial sweeteners and obesity and diabetes but it is likely that people who are predisposed to gain weight and become diabetic or also the people who use artificial sweeteners. Instead of sugar as philip handler then head of the us national academies of sciences suggested in nineteen seventy five. What we want to know is whether using artificial sweeteners over a lifetime or even a few years or decades is better or worse for us than however much sugar we would have consumed instead. It's hard for me to imagine that sugar would have been healthier option if the goal is to get off sugar them. Replacing it with artificial sweetener is one way to do it. The research community concertedly do much better job than it has in the past of testing all these questions but we may have a very long wait before the public health authorities fund such studies and give us the definitive answers we seek. What do we do until then ultimately the decision of how much is too much becomes a personal decision just as we all decide as adults what level of alcohol caffeine or cigarettes will ingest. Enough evidence exists for us to consider sugar very likely to be a toxic substance and to make an informed decision about how best to balanced unlikely risks with the benefits to know what those benefits although it helps to see how life field without sugar former cigarette smokers of which i am will tell you that it was impossible for them to grasp intellectually or emotionally. What life would be like without cigarettes until they quit that three weeks or months or even years. It was a constant struggle then one day. They reached a point at which they couldn't imagine smoking a cigarette and could imagine why they had ever smoked. Let alone found it desirable. A similar experience is likely to be true of sugar but until we try to live without until we tried to sustain the effort for more than days or just a few weeks. We'll never know.

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"more than day" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:19 min | 10 months ago

"more than day" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And who gets one. America's listening Fox News 602 and good morning of Patrick Osborne. This news is brought to you. By Hedgecock Dental Topping Austin's news. If you were hoping the long lines at the ballot boxes with then out a bit, and Travis County, you had a lock on the third day of early voting 39,227 people turning up to cast a ballot. That's more than day to which saw 38,119 people more than Day one. We saw 35,873 all three of those tallies. Oh are higher than the first three days of voting early voting in the 2016 election. Boston City Council shift course a bit on a plan to pump $5 million in a music venues and legacy businesses. Instead, $2.3 million will be used initially for a business preservation fund and mayor. Stepfather says it's more about long term stability lose the music industry. But if we could save a core element on it, put it in position so they can actually survive and thrive in the industry, as opposed to helping people surround the next $3.5 million would be made available immediately. Is the council irons at a long term strategy? Cares, though, will be eligible for the full five million and relief across another name off of Austin's list of iconic businesses. Four decades after Mother's Cafe opened its doors in Hyde Park, the longtime restaurant will close the doors permanently one week from tomorrow, the owner said. The restaurants all drop in sales of about 75% over the summer when they were take take out on Lee and they say they won't be able to recover from that. Boston Round Rock Metro median home price break. Some records supported Realtors President Romeo Mancini a says the Metro medium price of 3 to 55,000 in September. That's a 12% rise over the same time last year in Austin proper, he says, the medium price rose by more than 8.5%. Right now in the actual city of Austin. I mean, the median prices has gone to $415,000 there. Definitely a lot of interest in the metro housing market continues to build with big business is moving in and low interest rates enticing more buyers. John Cooley News, Radio K. L. B. J and Leander is planning for life after the pandemic with the announcement of an economic development agreement for Leander Springs, a 78 acre mixed use development at 2043 Highway 1 83. The city's approved up to $22 million in tax incentives for the developer, Leander Springs, is expected to have a hotel conference center and a million square feet of commercial space. It is sick. So for now,.

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"more than day" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"more than day" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Former personal lawyer Michael Cohen is beginning three days of congress. He'll testify before congress this morning, and we have just learned about some of the things that he plans to publicly accused the president of an Amtrak train from Seattle to Los Angeles. He's been stuck in Oregon for more than twenty four hours. It's cold and snowy up. There is people are just sitting on this train. And then it's six five handle on the news bullets start with some of those stories coming out of the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. President Trump is that to land in Vietnam this morning for his summit with the North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN spent two and a half days riding around his armored train to Hanoi since arriving. He's been touring around Hanoi in an armored limo surrounded by bodyguards were running alongside. Wow, one of his stops was the North Korean embassy in Hanoi. The summit officially starts tomorrow. And we'll talk with Karen all about this in just a second. President Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen is beginning three days before congress with a closed door interview Cohen is set to appear today before the Senate intelligence committee. He's being asked to reveal what he claims to know about sensitive issues like the president's alleged contacts with the Russians Cohen is due in prison soon, partly for lying to that same committee in two thousand seventeen. And some people are gone. Well, how can they believe him? Now. All right. Well, that aside we just learned this is a report coming out of the Wall Street Journal today. Michael Cohen plans to accuse President Trump of engaging in criminal conduct while in office, the alleged criminal conduct is related to a hush money payment that Cohen facilitated to stormy Daniels. The porn star who says she had the affair with President Trump about a decade ago. This would Mark the first time that Michael Cohen has accused the president of criminal conduct while serving as president. Now Cohen's also expected to provide some of the president's private financial statements and give what the Wall Street Journal is calling behind the scenes details of what it's like to work for President Trump including times that he said, President, Trump inflated or deflated his net worth for business and personal purposes including the avoidance of property taxes. So we might finally see some tax returns, and he will or some glimpse into what they might look like. He will also provide evidence of lies racism and sheeting by President Trump. According to the Wall Street Journal that Trump reportedly made racist remarks about African Americans kipnes intelligence and lifestyle choices. All right. So that's the latest coming out this morning, and we'll see if and when he does say that again, he's got three days of testimony. So he could drop little bombs all along the way he could save it all up and do it all at once who knows. But if stuff in fact, if he does in fact to make those statements will let you know an Amtrak train from Seattle to Los Angeles has been stuck in Oregon for more than a day. The coast Starlight train hit a tree on the tracks Sunday night and a snowy area called Oak Ridge. Currently Biggby told ABC news, many of our fellow passengers are small children and their parents. There's been asking about diapers. If anybody has extra diapers and formula, and we don't have the supplies are maturing. So we're kind of just making do with what we have the chain is carrying one hundred eighty three passengers Amtrak says there's enough food to feed them the company says it's been difficult to provide alternative transportation because of heavy snow and more down trees causing road problems. Gardena police say they need your help to find a killer. Investigators say they only have a video of a light-colored sedan leaving the area. People heard.

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"more than day" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"more than day" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"Delighted to have you end. It's an honor to have you honor. It's an inoto our listeners, we're recording this in front of a live audience at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington DC where Christina is a resident scholar, and they'll be video of the podcast as well. And we will let you know where to find that. When it's ready, and we're also grateful to every week for the use of its recording studio for the podcast and now for an introduction, though. He needs no introduction to people here. But Jordan Peterson is a professor at the university of Toronto and author of many books, and and poster of many fantastic lecturers. His most recent book is I can't keep track of how many languages it's been trans. Slated into the sales just a phenomenally successful book tour. In fact, my first question is really about your tour. You look pretty good for somebody who's visited what one hundred cities in the past use June twenty third. I don't know how you do it and mostly flying. Well, what do you do for fun? What do you ever get to relax in brief moments? And what do you do? Go on Twitter and get home. Go on still qualify that is relaxing. And I try to forestall that temptation as much as possible. Well, I have the automotive bit of time that I can spend with my wife, she traveled with me. And so, you know, we've had we try to take some time to walk around the cities that we're in and see what we can. We're usually not at any given place for more than day or two and they're usually pretty packed up with. Well, whatever is societas with the lecture. And then with press, the publishers usually arrange heard you interviewed in Sweden, you're gonna stop call, and you were had a half an hour to visit the city with your wife, and you loved it..

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"more than day" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"more than day" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Maybe more than days it's okay seventies rock man he's not feeling they never ain't nothing better in the world this is influenced by who you grew up with in my house it was barbra streisand barry gibbs guilty and it was helen reddy and it was nanna scurry i'm melanie i've got a brand new key yeah and the police that was about hurts yeah that was the most crystal gayle juice newton outside zone great song hippie woman louisiana man that went to conway twitty is type in jeans that's my wife's favorite song mr pony cut the whole thing out are off the rails on here's your final pick contain greiner not an uptempo jam though it's not but the thing i love about it is she wanted songwriting contest memory serves the song is called summer long and she performed this on john vision just her and a cellist it sounds like i'm living in the past no all the great days of john vision i remember very well but she had wonderful and still is this on john yeah very cool and i think this makes you feel something to chorus she went on with new band trend seven yeah better than that one you picked by wave way better have you ever met dave from wave no but he's like hey i'm dave from wave it's up or wave the way he's got around to maybe wave.

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"more than day" Discussed on Cleared Hot

Cleared Hot

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"more than day" Discussed on Cleared Hot

"Or has been impactful in my life in addition to the understanding of mental toughness and how it can be taught in can enhance what you naturally come to the table with which therefore that theory can be plied to just about anything to include adversity in your in your bility to work your way through it is that the advice and i tell this to my kids too regardless of how hard something is regardless of how much something hurts never give up keep putting one foot in front of the other asking for help is not a sign of weakness real strength is actually picking somebody up not putting them down or holding them down and if you can get stuck in your head that you'll never give up then tomorrow tomorrow's always gonna come unless you do something permanent to prevent it so don't never stop putting one foot in front of the other the sun is gonna come up but sometimes that next day is going to suck and you know what sometimes the one after that it's going to suck to and for me sometimes it's weeks sometimes it sucks for more than days sometimes it sucks for weeks but i consistently and constantly tell myself nothing can last forever because it can't and i don't know i don't know again like i said i don't know if that's complete rambling for the last twenty minutes or it actually can help somebody i hope it does somewhere.

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"more than day" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"more than day" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Old my cinema at layers done stoop gaps on to be with you you like myself you're truly talented i don't i don't believe that that so what about this con and cons thing anything now no the silence a french tricky like that that will try to trick what do you guys think is and thank you for joining us by the way they're very popular and we got a lot of fun of soccer because he says he's been hearing all his life here comes soccer but it seems like with the mls an america actually feels like here comes soccer where they're making these games parties and stuff your opinion there is what my fault i should have addressed one of you my fault go ahead michael balka is america's full of the future is that has been since nineteen seventy two got it's completely right it will only be america's future we actually have more respect for people like do don't ever see the full ever taking off all the evidence of the country we respect that more than the people that love the game i thank you is that right that's interesting guys i don't understand why michael is in this business aren't you like television kingpin kingpin is a that that insult kingpins everywhere i i'm television producer that's my day job frankly which of us does not enjoy sports more than day job but how many have you one five one so that does he wasn't insulting you aren't you don't you have a television businesses i do prefer football i love football codes of football gaelic football rules football some football the nfl i just i like both i do it all so can you give us an idea again men in blazers with us it's roger bennett and michael and michael davies and davey.

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"more than day" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"more than day" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Two three zero to six today dr marketa and mr phillips saxon will discuss myra treatments spa welcomed onto monkey the way that sounds you have said under the leadership more than day thought leaders in non surgical asthmatics and hormone replacement therapy tell us what you've learned from them i think the first thing is the fact that we no longer a practicing medicine like we have in the past say twenty years hmo kenner changed the game of how we practice medicine they took it away from the actual clinician and so going back to our roots of what physician actually means healer and so that's where i come in and really the modern day thought leaders are going back to that actual thought process of being the healer because physician actually means healer so that's really where we go and really getting to the root of the matter and when we look at the root of the matter we're looking at spirit mind and body as a physician because you call a p a carranza correct a little bit about that so you know there there's a lot of controversy of a pa is a lot of people say we are junior doc or we you know we don't know anything but we really do train under the medical motto meaning we are training our education is the first of our first year is he quivalent to their first and second year of medical school and then our second year is he quivalent to their third and fourth years of medical school so it really is intense it's not or baby physician assistant you're really are all practical purposes the practicing we were actually brought out of the vietnam war and the medics there had learned so much in that war that they didn't feel like they were medics but they were able to do advanced care and to the level of an helping docs really get where they need it so the doctors were able to do the more advanced procedures while the pa's or physician assistants were able to take care of some of the traditional concern told us about your interactions with patients which is really different because i love your places the way you do your work thank you so you know my motto not only with the modern day thought leaders.

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"more than day" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"more than day" Discussed on Doughboys

"I saw i want to you mommy burger the week it opened and i both went and i've been going to pyeho since it opened yeah and it's weird to see and it's it's interesting right now to see pie holes the beginning stages of that feel like a band that you really liked in outs getting popular like there i was really good i i never was that when because i also like like i mean also i never liked bands like like dave matthews band or something they sold out no i loved before these crowded streets i thought their fans became annoying of course and the kind of always work yeah well his wine is too expensive man that's so funny that you really like dave matthews band because i literally wrote a short film that i cast you in and that's one of your lines right and i didn't i don't think i knew that i just you're the i just thought this is the type of guy i'm trying to right that's why mitch that yes he was like she really gets me because i said do you really watch dave matthews band five times in concert i think i've been thinking real life i've been to more than but also i like pink floyd more than day bathrooms dan dead just barrett is dead and then what's his name the keyboardist there are dead anyway pie hole is an interesting one because it's in its takeoff phase right and sit on its cendant there's little things that have changed about it that are knowing me but i want the consistency to stay i don't know if it will please become a frozen pie and sure well i'll give my impressions i'll lead off actually because this is my first visit.

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"more than day" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"more than day" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"For all the latest headlines information to to the sportscenter on espn radio all throughout the day mike texture writes in here mike isn't a mystery unsolved by definition because you called it an unsolved mystery is that redundant is unsolved mystery redundancy take it up with the television show guy or gal oh good catch listener guillermo put it on the poll is a mystery by definition unsolved so during the breaks through god's and greg cody were snorting with laughter just looking at a marlins lineup card as far as i can tell i don't know what they were talking about but they were snorting with laughter at the idea of what the marlins are going to feel this day jo sorrow a local miami marlins reporter i guess yeah it's the miami marlins now he he's been reporting on the marlins for a long time and he send out a tweet involving a guy named smith yeah so stu gods just starts barking at his twitter account hey for sorrow who smith give me a first name i don't know any of the people playing for this team although it's kind of perfect do they have a jones to they're just going to put a bunch of people out there with a haman names what's the lineup going to be it's going to be smith jones some dominican guy just listening i'm trying to help joe out for this particular marlins team you need to give us more than day to starter is let we don't know who smith on a second though let's do this correctly smith jones swat s like what's the spanish name that we could do who are the just generic names that they're going to put in a marlins uniform and tell us to eat opening day row haas actually they have a row hav do they miguel who's the smith.

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"more than day" Discussed on Happy Hour

Happy Hour

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"more than day" Discussed on Happy Hour

"Combat the sunlight and there really hasn't been an issue with series two later and was they doubled the the knits and but i mean it can always be better and and same for the iphone it could always be better where it's more viewable outside like if you put on sunglasses i imagine that it's harder to kinda see because then it's it's dims the screen from your perspective so if they can do micro led to you know have a sharper screen and being that much brighter in the right scenario then that's an obvious benefit yeah and what would you you mentioned like the screen scr scratching and stuff what would you say is is completely off the off the number one complaint with life in general i it doesn't no particular moto over i find what would you guy for people complain about the well screen screen cracking industry aside from this the overall product what is ever battery life exactly yeah everyone's longer battery life and i think the might stuff is the main reason that shooting so hard is the the the paper that i read little skim to be honest said the describing at the smallest sizes can be twice as a fission as as lead and like that's a bizarre any more efficient than which is even more than day right so if you think about the the battery drain if an is device like an iphone ipad the number one thing is when the screens owned about she joins faster just because there's a lot of this big panel and if you can get twice as a fishing you're like hull being the amount of battery consumption of the biggest factor in the device right in a time when no one seems to be able to advance battery technology to give back a pass it the other way to come at the the problem is defined components that are more fishing and this seems like a huge factor hit like if you make the screen twice as efficient you could get like ours mobile app on iphone like it'd be huge change.

"more than day" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"more than day" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Sd and i'm not i'm not you are it's killing me but i'm not you are known should have i love he more omega i actually love he'd more than days and confused thoughts flooding battered her aide lee realize autocorrect that's where i am voting i can't wait to see the results of that one paul thomas anderson boogie nights were to split on this one were were two for two on splitting and i think we're gonna out on this one pete easier we probably irises spike lee's malcolm x you're going with malcolm x i'm not yet i am going i'm going and i feel okay about that okay later pta things get a little tougher to do that with i here i can still vote against okay we're going to go for for four because i'm taking the big leballa over groundhog aim yes i am absolutely you're on brother as well as bad you're a mad mad that drove have artist a vote to all the way groundhog day is gone it will not be seeing it shadow for oilseed shadow i dunno hour i have a hoping for of a member would bill murray the sleeper you hasn't torella acting tournament i'm hoping groundhog day can pull off something secular good luck with that here's where we're finally going to fall into line i think the number three overall seed fargo going up against alley confidential yeah that's fargo it's fargo okay let's move on this one's tough but not that tough richer link later see he still linnet i can vote against dazed and confused because before sunrise is still alive you know you're only bring that up because you know you made the wrong choice it should be days and could probably but before sunrise is facing off against stanley kubrick's eyes wide shut who.

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"more than day" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"more than day" Discussed on WLOB

"The the no way who long named wounding not a little later you say no way three embrace ivory other word on land use no way more than day that new energy boom whoa it is six twenty five you're listening to one hundred point five fm and thanks for joining us this morning well well well let's see it is six twenty five so and eleven hours and thirty five minutes the federal government may shut down we'll who known kidding i mean it's a failure governing i've always said this the government shutdown it's a failure governing but it's just what a clowns show the united states congress's nancy pelosi the former speaker of the house the leader of the democrats in the house came out to say yes today well what the house's proposed is a big old bowl a dog pool and then they put a cherry on it and made it a sunday i mean are you kidding me i mean she's got to be like one hundred and seven and that's the best she's got it's a big old bowl of dog pu and they put a cherry on it and called it a sunday i mean again i keep saying that man please liberals progressives hard left these moved to california they're you're kind of people and then please secede from the union we can live with forty nine starts i swear we can we have done it before i mean it's just crazy and y'all would be so happy do you realize how happy he would be in san francisco and in la and all those other places that people like to hang out you guys would just have your utopia you could do as many crazy things as you want and.

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"more than day" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"more than day" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"To benin to togo on to ghana at but we have also noticed that the nationals in these countries there the people income ruined date they have also started to like it then as others definitely a potential in in these countries and we we are in discussions already with the importers the at nine come ruin we hope to see some some die raked import of stopped wishing to come ruin in the near future from norway the nigerians live of stock vision that propensity to travel in trade i him to create more opportunities for growth within the west african region but how one method date the nigerian to start ting norwegian stock fish in the first place under the brilliant winter sunshine in the shadow of a fjord i find out from historian and author dunkin's widow to called the room never had been an an order during five six under yes eighty percent or the ankle overhead came from quote stock of his so important wool still fishery if that in thirteen 100 and ten in the region king is named bulls woken the fifth announced that it was forbidden to bring any case to the court during the little food and fishery it means from january to april he was basically because they wanted people to keep working to bring in the income yes indeed needed so how did the trade with nigeria come about it started with a slave trading in africa on through she 100 years ago than they used sterkel tissue as fruits for the prove people from africa who else sent over to america people have done this took official you can story for ten years and you can still it was the norwegians carrying the slaves no they say they didn't die on it was not uh not a big trade at this put on a one person in southern always he will reach and he had a boat st used to transport the straits and he roach he was very proud of his captain because nearly everyone on his face survived it was not normalised the helped diet may maybe more from slave trade to more than day is still very popular nigeria it was not a really big market did for many years when i came to the.

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"more than day" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"more than day" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Import of stuff wishing to come in the near future from norway the nigerians live of stock fish in that propensity to travel in trade as totten to create more puts for growth within the west african region but how on earth did the nigerian to start eating norwegian stock fish in the first place under the brilliant uh sunshine in the shadow of a few award i find out from historian and author of sapiens widow through cold the room never have been an an older dream for six from the us eighty percent or the equal overhead came from quote stocher's so important was the fishery that in 1300 and ten norwegian king his name was woken the fifth announced that it was forbidden to bring any case to the court julian delivered and fishery it means from january to april was basically because they wanted people to keep working to bring in the income yes steve denuded damayanthi so how did the trade with nigeria come about it started with slave trading in africa on two she 100 years ago than to abuse sterkel diesel as fruits for the move people from africa who else sent out to the american people the sterkel tissue you can story for ten years and you can still eat it was the norwegians carrying the slaves no they say they didn't done it was not too much trade at this put on a wide one person me now sudden always he will reach and he had a votes they used to and transport slaves and then he roach he was very proud of his and because nearly every one of the face survived it was not norman the the hoped that maybe more so from slave trade to more than day very play nigeria it was not a really big mafia do for many years when i came to the food and forty years ago it was not that important and it falsely only dried ads north made in a very good way that then you got the war in nigeria and people in by f round was starving and then the norwegian government used a lot of money to official to nigeria to help them starving people it was fifty years ago in 1962 then that the civil war the franc jens talks about broke out to nigeria when the republic of biafra was declared in the east of the country.

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"more than day" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:49 min | 4 years ago

"more than day" Discussed on WGTK

"How come senators county half killing obamacare everybody everybody away wait are we cadillac clan of course here so you don't want to be ruled select like the insider trading laws you want politicians to abide by the same rules we abide both far you crazy you must be a radical conservative are you one of those nutjob rightwingers of course a gene how much nicer it would be if the people who made the laws head to abide by the laws but if his shot as one thing what's in fact you know some it should be a law joann thank you so much for calling the show i do appreciate it and you know this is never been the intent i remember you know for years i was a traitor and i remember when i found out that each one of these senators each one of these congressmen are trading more than day traders each one of them have more money in their stock portfolios then most stockbrokers now why because they can take the information there voting on and put a position in a financial market i'm sure he has no bearing at how they rule though no there are the angels among men but let's go to dan 'cause i loved the calls when they don't agree with me dan how are you buddy not good i shook found the guy going to jail i agree brock osweiler oh right dan ten are now i am an obama doesn't turn your radio it out i just turned the radio it's me and you talking turned radio so obama doesn't have what's best for him and his family what is he done since he won an since you went in office does obama have what it's morons like you don't recognize that you are a sheep oil you are both soon you're one of these guys who cheers for his own slave mass there you'll love the fact you know what you need you obviously didn't have a premium increase a quadruple united substitute do that you in fact you like the idea that certain people had increased offset other people who pay nothing it doesn't bother you did we're on a path to to our medicare and medicaid right you.

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"more than day" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"more than day" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Minneapolis fire chief john friedel says they found both bodies in the same part of the debris the one was uncovered deeper down he says it's fortunate students are on summer break it would have been dramatically worsened who would ahead in school and session the school says students who were on campus for sports and other similar activities are all accounted for and save for npr news i'm matt septic in minneapolis it's a really hot on the west coast the national weather service has issued excessive heat warnings from california noor to washington state the last through tomorrow some heat records have been broken in the seattle area and new ones could be set today national weather service meteorologist dustin guy says people in the pacific northwest are trying to cope with the weather bid but challenge people especially because a large number of people don't have airconditioning thought make sleeping rather difficult and to make matters though a little worse where off of heating from wildfires smoke from canada drift our way fillets are affecting our air quality thought wet people that have breathing difficulties are probably also being affected by the poor air quality that we have right now seattle officials have opened many cooling centers and urged people to visit pools and spree parks the latest in a series of earthquakes over about a day has shaken central oklahoma the us geological survey says a tremor with a magnitude of four point two hit just north of oklahoma city on wednesday night it was the seventh quake to shake the area in little more than days time no one was hurt.

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