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"mr bacon" Discussed on Bad Voltage

Bad Voltage

03:07 min | 9 months ago

"mr bacon" Discussed on Bad Voltage

"So this this very specifically is my point. This is my point nine an-an-and hello boys and girls are welcome to bad voltage season three episode thirty-five. We are thrilled to have our friend. And compadres jeremy beyond say charlene garcia back in the fall. How you doing jeremy. How was your little extra middle name. Because i was out for one episode. I see that's excellent. You get to that particular point because very confusing by the way and ever-growing ever-changing ever-growing so yeah how was that was the time away. Did you come back with some unique insight that you can share with us on this. Show i so i did listen. I rarely listen to bed. Voltage by rarely. I mean never but i did listen to this one while running the other day and i remember about a year ago. Mr bacon noah sat near living room. We're having a chat about eric. Listening to the show on her commute sometimes and literally yelling out loud in her vehicle. And i was had some a moment of camaraderie there because i think at one point in the middle of the road while running. I was like what to reply two weeks later. A synchronous lee. So i'll give you all pass. It's it's got to be even more annoying for you when you know that you can talk to about. This was interesting hearing show that. I'm usually part of in having a comment but not being able to make some comment. Well feel free to contact us on the formal join slack channel. So i was honestly a little bit nervous about you. Get back so. I good to say to act if you if he go on further shit. Dad's back now. We could have been trump. Oh i remember when. I got back from the run right down a couple of notes so i could harass you both a little bit right now and i went ahead and forgot so you get you get a pass good. Yeah yeah i'll yet john jerry's back and you're to be in trouble all jeremy's back before. Yeah exactly it's like we receive a spreadsheets before we get on this data about what we were wrong about. Excuse me here's a pie chart here that all right so we're going to do news for the entire show because we like to do that So do not kickoff. Mr language with something for exciting to talk about. Yeah now i'm one interesting thing down to about is i don't know if you've heard of Now it's fishing code. I think joan gabriel's greater internet. Fuck walsh theory these. I'm the guy who draws petty all become extreme..

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"mr bacon" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"mr bacon" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"I've got a lot of interesting material, including some long pieces that I want to share with you at the program today. And they deal with some of the major trends that are going on in the world. One of the things that I find that people have is they want to be optimistic. When you think about a sports teams fans. They always want to think that better days there around the corner. There are even some sports fans that are resistant to this notion of Gutting the team's future for the purposes of winning now because they don't want to think about what we're going to be terrible for 34567 years down the road, even though it's pretty much accepted in sports that if you could win a championship now that's worth seven rotten years now in the past, some people will argue about that. Is it better? For example, over the Let, Let's suppose Tampa goes right back into the toilet that they were. Next year. They're in the toilet for five years and their toilet for five years after that, with that trump with the Packers dead in the interim period, where they were competitive all the time, but they didn't want any championships at that rate in that area. I mean, it's close call. It's not like people don't watch the games every week, and they enjoy seeing their team win weekend week out. But generally speaking, you make a decision to try to win a championship now, even if it means the ruination of your long term future. So the bucks make a bunch of trade a bunch of draft choices to get your own holiday. Who, by the way is out for a while, though. The NBA If you think the NFL's corporate rules there where the NBA's covert Rosa really, really, but you don't have to have covert to be out. You don't even have to be near somebody who was called in to be out. All you have to do is be near somebody who got into contact tracing, and then they'll keep you out forever and ever and ever while they do the contact tracing on the people that you came into contact with, In the meantime, they keep telling us that these NBA players aren't coming in contact with anyone. Which, of course, would be impossible. Now, let me make a diversity here. There's this story. I'm sure many of you have followed it over the Ruckus that's going on over what happened in Tampa after the Super Bowl. There are all these fears that this is going to be a super spreading event because after the game you saw thousands of people all over Tampa celebrating and nobody had masks on. Have you noticed that everything that they told this would be a super spreading event Turns out not to be a super spreading event. You could go all the way back to the April election of Wisconsin. We were told that this was going to be a super spreading event. Told that There was no clip. It was constant it all whatever they claim that when you're gonna have this mass group of people together, it's going to create this system situation of super spreading. It never seems to work out that way. This is again it because people refuse to learn, and I'm not saying that there is a good if he had outbreak in Tampa after the game. One of the problems with regard to campus is even though Super Bowl attendance was restricted. You had a lot of people coming in from different places all together. I think that's one of the things that leads from the spread of the virus, but The mayor of campus shooting off his mouth says they're going to use. This is now the common thing. It's one of these. You gonna talk about today? We're going to use video of these celebrations. And if we can find people that work, Mary, Mass. We're going to go and we're gonna cite them. There's some people that are just fine with that. Police officers looking at video of people celebrating something to see who the people are, after the fact that I'm a citation for celebrating without a mascot. It's interesting that the people who are okay with that of the same people who for almost my entire life, we're worried about a police state. That's going to be in a few moments here. The first piece I'm going to share with you. How The crowd that forever and ever and ever and ever seemed terrified of us. Having a police state is now the ones that have formed a police state. Remarkable when you think about it. The people that were so fearful. Of excessive authority. It's so fearful of excessive pull it discussed excessive policing and so fearful Of domination by Mr Bacon, so fearful of the elite shopping the rest of us around there now, the ones that actually are doing all of the things with the very institutions that they claimed that they were most panicked by anyway. The mayor of campus says. We're gonna look at the video and if there are people didn't have mass son. I'm going to show the Tampa police is going to go out and they're gonna find him and they'll cite him. Now, you all know who was watching the Super Bowl without a mask, don't you? The mayor of camp. They've got video of him wearing watching the Super Bowl without a mascot. Even even as he says, these people that he said, Well, I wasn't party with 90 people jumping on top of me. And so what? I was keeping my social distance, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera. Still Let me go to this specific event because it's sort of circles around point that I'm gonna be making throughout the program. I have tried, sometimes to the frustration of the audience. To make the best judgment. So I've I've been able to with regard to things that have been going on. Guide to covered from the beginning. Some things have turned out worse than I thought. But I wanted to quickly get on there. So you know, this part is worse than I thought..

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"mr bacon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"mr bacon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The ladies are a mentor, Daphne Diana, her daughters. He knew them. Adored them. It was Diana he loved You have all my secrets, She leered. Tears slid. Tears fell tears like diamonds. Collecting powder in the rights of her Terry blossom cheeks. Old friend. She murmured old friend. Old friend. He repeated. Old friend as if he licked the words. How much He queried. She covered the pearls with her hand. 20,000 She whispered. That was it real or false? One he held in his hand. The Appleby. Think sure. When she sold it already. He would ring for Spencer or Hammond. Take it and test it, he would say. He stretched to the bell. You will come down tomorrow. She urged. She interrupted. The prime minister, His Royal Highness. She stopped. And Diana. She added. Oliver took his hand off the bell. Look pastor at the backs of the houses in Bond Street. But he saw not the houses in Bond Street but a dumpling River. Trout rising and salmon. And the prime minister. Himself too thin white waistcoat. And then Diana. You look down at the Pearl in his hand. How could he test it in the light of the river? In the light of the eyes of Diana. With the eyes of the duchess were on him. 20,000 she moaned, my honor. The honor. The mother of Diana. He drew his checkbook towards him. He took out his pen. 20 He wrote. He stopped writing the eyes of the old woman in the picture. We're on him. The old woman, his mother. Hello there. She warned him have sense. Don't be a fool. Oliver, the duchess and treated It was all over now. Not Mr Bacon. You'll come for the long weekend. Alone in the woods with Diana. Riding alone in the woods. With Diana. 1000 He wrote. And signed it. There you are. He said. And they're opened all the flounces of the parasol all the plumes of the peacock, the radiance of the wave the swords and Spears of Agon Court as she rose from her chair. And the two old men and the two young men, Spencer and Marshall, Wicks and Hammond flatten themselves behind the counter envying him as he led her through the shop to the door. And he waggled his yellow glove in their faces. She held her honor a check for £20,000 with his signature quite firmly in her hands. Other false or are they real? Asked Oliver shutting his private door. They were 10 pearls on the blotting paper on the table. He took them to the window. He held them under his lens to the light. This then was the truffle he had routed out of the earth. Rotten at the center. Rotten at the core. Forgive me, my mother. Beside raising his hand as if he ask pardon of the old woman in the picture. And again. He was a little boy in the alley, where they sold dogs on Sunday. For He murmured, laying the palms of his hands together. It has to be a long Weekend. Michael.

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"mr bacon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"mr bacon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Mr Petr of the local brewery. No one stuck roses in his buttonhole now. So Half side half snorted. So Then he touched a spring in the wall and slow to the paneling slit open and behind it with a steel safe. See? Five No. Six of them. Hole of burnished steel. Twisted a key unlocked one. Then another. Each was lying with a pad of deep crimson velvet. In each laid. Jules bracelets, necklaces, rings tiaras. Local car nets, loose stones and glass shells, Rubies, emeralds, pearls, diamonds. All safe, shining cool yet burning eternally with their own compressed light. Yes. Said Oliver looking at the pearls. Heart's blood, he said, looking at the Rubies Gunpowder. He continued, rattling the diamonds so that they flashed blazed. Gunpowder enough to blow Mayfair Sky High, High high He threw his head back and made it sound like a horse name. As he said it. Telephone buzz obsequious Lee in a low, muted voice on his table. He shut the safe. In 10 minutes. He said. Not before. He sat down on his desk and looked at the heads of the Roman emperors that were grave on his sleeve links. Again. He dismantled himself and became once more the little boy playing marbles in the alley, where they sell stolen dogs on Sunday. He became that wildly astute little boy with lips like wet Cherries. Doubled his fingers and ropes of tripe. He dipped them in pens of frying fish. He dodged in and out among the crowds. He was slim. Listen with eyes like Lick stones. And now Now. The hands of the clock ticked on 1234. The Duchess of Lamb born waited his pleasure. The Duchess of lamb born daughter of 100 girls. She would wait for 10 minutes on a chair at the counter. She would wait his pleasure. She would wait till he was ready to see her. You watch the clock and it's a green case. Hand moved on. With each tick of the clock handed him so it seemed potato for gra. A glass of champagne. Another of fine brandy. Cigar, costing one Guinea Clock, laid them on the table beside him as the 10 minutes past. Then he heard soft, slow footsteps approaching a rustle in the car door. The door opened. Mr Hammond flattened himself against the wall. Her grace. He announced. And he waited there flattened against the wall. And Oliver Rising, could hear the rustle of the dress and the duchess as she came down the passage. Then she loomed up filling the door filling the room with aroma, The prestige, the arrogance, the pump. The pride of all the Dukes and duchesses swollen and one wave. And as a wave breaks, she broke She sat down, spreading and splashing and falling over all of our bacon, the great jeweler covering him with sparkling bright colors. Green rose, violet. And odors and iridescence is and raise shooting from fingers nodding from plumes flashing from silk for she was very large, very fat. Tightly Gert in pink taffeta on past her prime. As a parasol with many flounces as a peacock with many feathers shuts his flounces folds its feathers, so she subsided and shut herself. She sank down in the leather armchair. Good morning, Mr Bacon, said the duchess, and she held out her hand, which came through the slip of her White glove. On Oliver bent low as he shook it. And as their hands touched, the link was forged between them once more. They were friends yet enemies. He was master. She was mistress. Each cheated on the other, each needed the other. Each feared the other. Each felt this and knew this every time they touched hands. Thus In the little back room with the white light outside and the tree with its six leaves and the sound of the street in the distance and behind them. The safe's On today, Duchess. What can I do for you today, said Oliver very softly. It does just opened her heart, her private heart. Gaped wide. And with a side but no words she took from her bag along Wash leather pouch. It looked like a lean yellow ferret. From a slip in the ferrets belly, she dropped pearls. 10 pearls. Rolled from the slit in the ferrets, belly 1234. Like the eggs of some heavenly bird. Holes That's left me Dear Mr Bacon, she moaned. 567 down there rolled down the slopes of the vast mountain sides that fell between her knees into one narrow valley, the eighth The ninth and the 10th. There they lay in the glow of the peach blossom taffeta 10 pearls. From the Appleby sink, Sir. She mourned the last The lost of the mall. Oliver stretched out and took one of the pearls between finger and thumb. It was round. It was lustrous. But real, was it. Fake She lying again? But she dare She later plump pattern finger across her lips. If the Duke knew She whispered. Yeah, Mr Bacon. A bit of bad luck. Hmm. Been gambling again Had she That villain. Shopper, she hissed. The man with the chipped cheekbone, Abaddon. The Duke was straight as a poker with side whiskers. Would cut her off. Shut her up down there if he knew What I know. Thought all of her. Glanced at the safe. Adam in tow. Daphne. Diana, she moaned. It's for them. The ladies are a mentor, Daphne Diana, her daughters. He knew them. Adored them. It was Diana he loved.

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"mr bacon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"mr bacon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It already. He would ring for Spencer or Hammond. Take it and test it, he would say. Stretched to the bell. You will come down tomorrow. She urged. She interrupted. The prime minister, His Royal Highness. She stopped. And Diana. She added. Oliver took his hand off the bell. Look pastor at the backs of the houses in Bond Street. But he saw not the houses in Bond Street but a dumpling River. Trout rising and salmon. And the prime minister. Himself too thin white waistcoat. And then Diana. You look down at the Pearl in his hand. How could he test it in the light of the river? In the light of the eyes of Diana. With the eyes of the duchess were on him. 20,000 she moaned, my honor. The owner. The mother of Diana. He drew his checkbook towards him. He took out his pen. 20 He wrote. And he stopped writing the eyes of the old woman in the picture who were on him. The old woman, his mother. Hello there. She warned him have since Don't be a fool. Oliver, the duchess and treated It was all over now. Not Mr Bacon. You come for the long weekend. Alone in the woods with Diana. Riding alone in the woods. With Diana. 1000 He wrote. And signed it. There you are. He said. And they're opened all the flounces of the parasol all the plumes of the peacock, the radiance of the wave the swords and Spears of Agon Court as she rose from her chair. And the two old men and the two young men, Spencer and Marshall, Wicks and Hammond flattened themselves behind the counter envying him as he led her through the shop to the door. And he waggled his yellow glove and their faces. She held her honor a check for £20,000 with his signature quite firmly in her hands. Other false or are they real? Asked Oliver shutting his private door. They were 10 pearls on the blotting paper on the table. He took them to the window. He held them under his lens to the light. This then was the truffle he had routed out of the earth. Rotten at the center. Rotten at the core. Give me my mother. Beside raising his hand as if he ask pardon of the old woman in the picture. Again. He was a little boy in the alley, where they sold dogs on Sunday. For He murmured, laying the palms of his hands together. It is to be alone. Weekend. Just.

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"mr bacon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:05 min | 1 year ago

"mr bacon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Two old men, marshal and Spencer and the two young men, Hammond in Wickes stood straight and looked at him. Envying him. It was only with one finger of the amber colored glove. Waggling that he acknowledged their presence. And he went in and shut the door of his private room behind him. Then he unlocked the grating that barred the window. Cries of Bond Street came in the purr of the distant traffic. The light from reflectors at the back of the shop struck upwards. One tree waved six green leaves for it was June. Man was L Married Mr Petr of the local brewery. No one stuck roses in his buttonhole now. So He hath side half snorted. So Then he touched a spring in the wall and slow to the paneling slit open and behind it with a steel safe. See? Five No. Six of them. Hole of burnished steel. He twisted a key unlocks one. Then another. Each was lying with a pad of deep crimson velvet. In each leg. Jules bracelets, necklaces, rings tiaras. Fucking car nets, loose stones and glass shells, Rubies, emeralds, pearls, diamonds. All safe, shining cool yet burning eternally with their own compressed light. Yes. Said Oliver looking at the pearls. Heart's blood, he said, looking at the Rubies Gunpowder, he continued. Rattling the diamonds said that they flashed and blazed. Gunpowder enough to blow Mayfair Sky High, High high He threw his head back and made it sound like a horse name. As he said it. Telephone buzz of secretly in a low, muted voice on his table. He shut the safe. In 10 minutes, he said. Not before He sat down in his desk and looked at the heads of the Roman emperors that were grave on his sleeve links. Again. He dismantled himself and became once more the little boy playing marbles in the alley, where they sell stolen dogs on Sunday. He became that wildly astute little boy with lips like wet Cherries. Doubled his fingers and ropes of tripe. He dipped them in pans of frying fish. He dodged in and out among the crowds. He was slim. This some with eyes like Lick stones. Now. No. The hands of the clock ticked on 1234. The Duchess of Lamb born waited his pleasure. The Duchess of lamb born daughter of 100 girls. She would wait for 10 minutes on a chair at the counter. She would wait his pleasure. She would wait till he was ready to see her. You watch the clock and it's too green case. Hand moved on. With each tick of the clock handed him so it seemed potato phobia. A glass of champagne. Another of fine brandy. Cigar, costing one Guinea Clock, laid them on the table beside him as the 10 minutes past. Then he heard soft, slow footsteps approaching a rustle in the car door. The door opened. Mr Hammond flattened himself against the wall. Her grace, he announced. And he waited there flattened against the wall. In Oliver Rising could hear the rustle of the dress and the duchess as she came down the passage. Then she loomed up filling the door filling the room with aroma, The prestige, the arrogance, the pump. The pride of all the Dukes and duchesses swollen and one wave. And as a wave breaks, she broke She sat down, spreading and splashing and falling over all of our bacon, the great jeweler covering him with sparkling bright colors. Green rose, violet. And odors and iridescence is and raise shooting from fingers nodding from plumes flashing from silk for she was very large, very fat. Tightly Gert in pink taffeta on past her prime. As a parasol with many flounces as a peacock with many feathers shuts his flounces folds its feathers, so she subsided and shut herself. She sank down in the leather armchair. Good morning, Mr Bacon, said the duchess, and she held out her hand, which came through the slip of her White glove. On Oliver bent low as he shook it. And as their hands touched, the link was forged between them once more. They were friends. He had enemies. He was master. She was mistress. Each cheated on the other, each needed the other. Each feared the other. Each felt this and knew this every time they touched hands. Thus In the little back room with the white light outside and the tree with its six leaves and the sound of the street in the distance and behind them. The safe's On today, Duchess. What can I do for you today, said Oliver very softly. It does just open her heart, her private heart. Gaped wide. And with a side but no words she took from her bag along Wash leather pouch. It looked like a lean yellow ferret. From a slit in the ferrets belly, she dropped pearls. 10 pearls. They rolled from the split in the ferrets, belly 1234. Like the eggs of some heavenly bird. Holes That's left me Dear Mr American, she moaned. 567 down there rolled down the slopes of the vast mountain sides that fell between her knees into one narrow valley, the eighth The ninth and the 10th. There they lay in the glow of the peach blossom taffeta 10 pearls. From the Appleby sink, Sir. She mourned the last The lost of them all. Oliver stretched out and took one of the pearls between finger and thumb. It was round. It was lustrous. Real, was it Fake See lying again. Don't you dare! She later plump pattern finger across her lips. Yeah, the Duke knew. She whispered. Yeah, Mr Bacon. A bit of bad luck. Been gambling again, had she Villain. Shopper, she hissed. The man with the chipped cheekbone, Abaddon. The Duke was straight as a poker with side whiskers. Would cut her off. Shut her up down there if you knew What I know thought Oliver. Glanced at the safe. Adam into Daphne. Diana, she moaned. It's for them. The ladies are a mentor, Daphne Diana, her daughters. He knew them adored them. It was Diana he loved You have all my secrets, She leered. Tears slid. Tears fell tears like diamonds. Collecting powder in the rights of her Terry blossom cheeks. Old friend. She murmured food friend. Old friend. He repeated. Old friend as if he licked the words. How much He queried. She covered the pearls with her hand. 20,000 She whispered. That was it real or false? One he held in his hand. The Appleby. Think sure..

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"mr bacon" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"mr bacon" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"mr bacon" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

Humans of Hospitality

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"mr bacon" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

"Enjoy, the Chat Robin Sheppard, chairman of bespoke hotels. Thank you so much for sparing the time to be on the podcast today. Hugely appreciate it. Can I just ask Robin wearing the world? Are you a you a hotel? Oh, you a home I mean cloudy Oxygen Today. No of what style can blend in palace. Kay. Nice is this is this your house? Hassle? It's the house which has doubled up my office absence, the twenty thousand. Much. I K edite ingrained in your memory. Suspect yeah unfortunately. Si-. I'm sorry for those of you don't know bespoke rubbing. Can you just explain a little bit a- about the business that you look after because it's pretty significant in size now as? Well despite started about twenty years ago when my principal Papa Haydn Frenchmen. I. Got Together and we acquired a hotel just outside strapped Canadian Cold Ellerslie. and very generously gave ourselves a management contract to run our an asset Wendy, the marketplace sent. we do this view. I'm two hours, Donald off dozen. Hotels of an independent caliber at decided, they would entrust the running of the house to us. The first few years were pretty tough. We had foot masters as not long after we FEST LOANS TO COMPANY WHICH HAD A. Devastating effect on traveled plans through at the UK, the code has had I'm seems like a lifetime ago. But thankfully I, we got over that in the market returned really quite quickly. I'm just praying that. We'll see something similar this time as we come out of lockup. was. One of the reasons that came to speak to you because you've got a number of decades of experience in of diverse experience I'm I'm definitely going to come back to. Yes Covet in how you say his coming out the other side of that. But you your career in this? Entertaining Story. So I think you have fifteen and three cool-ters. Was it. When you first go into into hospitality new, almost put off lifetime. I know you've told you before, but you mind sharing that story again, broken. while. I took a variety of holiday jobs when I was at school boy, one of which was walking in a Westcountry hotel which will remain. Nameless and on day four, I tend. To. See outside the Polynesian restaurant. So cold. Polynesian. Because it had pineapple British. the general manager of the Hotel Lose Bounty Tolan thin right across the. Street. Sheets to the wind I'm he was not affectionately by everybody as streaky Bacon I. Didn't realize it was his nickname. BIFFI voters and called Mr Bacon. And noticing the team was fairly neighboring rated after the skin is Sharon in the afternoon, set my rivals Bacon. Now, I'm not chopping alrighty pirouetted on the spot with his right arm raised in the air. My Wife's just run up for the rest of round of. Collapsed at..

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"mr bacon" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"mr bacon" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Correctly. That's how I felt watching that. Mug I felt. Yeah total asshole! Early. But I guess you get smug just like experiencing time pass in cave for all eternity fair. Greg. What is something from your search history? That's revealing about who you are. I. Don't know what it reveals exactly, but my search history in this at this point is almost entirely about animal crossing new horizons, so the last thing I google searched was. Is there an APP that accurately predicts turn up prices, which is yes, add another. Important thing we're taking you away from. Animal crossing. Turnip futures it is honestly it's like maybe I should invest in the stock. Market is I mean I. I just know turnips are constantly talked about and then Elijah Wood. Because someone saying they had the low low for the TURNUPS, or whatever, and the what is the turn-up economy essentially for the ignorant for the analyzing ignorant. That is so volatile that you're like wish I could count myself in that so. and. It's weird in these Kovic Times this little. This person shows I duNno, she's not person I know. She's a little character and she constantly has a runny nose. Every Sunday and she's only there till noon, and she has turnips on her back Daisy Mazer name. It's not important but. No writing this all down your. And you can buy all these things you have until twelve on Sunday. And the course of the week they get priced twice a day in your shop on the island, so you have these two little guys like price turnips. But how does the pricing work like? Is that based on supply and? We'll see if you're eating right right right, okay? I got it, so you're like. This! There's no rhyme or reason. Just haven't bills for a bunch of TURNIPS and now they're worth forty. Why I think a game would allow the players to completely like upended the in game economy like that, but that be an interesting experiment. It's just the perfect Nintendo, game. Turn your brain off. You walk around. You have a net. You kept butterflies. You throw the you catch fish. You do gardening like all the stuff. I should be doing my own house, but you know I it virtually. A here, tell of Tom nook. Who who? He's the Godfather Domino he's. He's the one that started it all. Like he makes you kill people for him and stuff I would, if I could get those enterprises up I'll tell you that much. Wow, no seems aggressive. What is? What is something you think is rated? I think underrated is not having take human beings can you cannot have take in this world and I feel like that's a very underrated thing when somebody to stay silent on something like Monday. I didn't. Take on everything. Yeah, bigger issues don't be silent, but yeah. Well, what do you think about Tom Nook on? Know gives us, yeah. Bigger issues silence is a take. Yeah, absolutely whether your friends French fries or properly salted when he took one I. It's fine. That's your taste. I don't need to hear about. Yes, I think that's part of the I. Don't know just opinions have been so commodified like in the social media as like now this expectation like yeah, but what's your like I need to know what you think about this. I. Don't know I haven't even thought about it enough to care. Because even that topic is not of any constant today so. I do all the. All this research for like citizen critic and you're on Yelp. And there's a subset of people that feel like they're obligate like it's a government mandate that they have to review everything right and it's. It's like a Grand Canyon someone's review reviewing the Grand Canyon. It's like well. I didn't have to do this. Well, don't. Hold on the ground I. Don't care what you think about. My favorite genre of literature is Amazon reviews of like movies. It's really. Truly amazed like there's A. There's a like fo- intelligent voice that people. Kind of adopt I found out about it and. How did this get made? It's really worth just reading up on. On people's reviews of leg, the Godfather is if you if you're watching like on prime like there's a way to look at reviews, or this is like if you're. Just like you have to like seek it out like yeah, it's DVD's. Oh so like if you're going to like the Godfather box collection, scroll down the reviews, and then people have a take on the content ninety five Ron Star reviews. Yeah, it's amazing. What something you think is overrated. I say I always thought this I think Bacon is vastly overrated as a as a standalone item. It's fine I. Don't need it in every last fucking thing. Yeah. This is a common theme. We hear a lot is a well you know I, think because the last ten years have been or maybe fifteen years have been so bacon, centric and like to the point where it was like funny, and we were all like Oh my God. Yeah Bacon Gum. Sure why not? Happening yeah, but I think now it's like the it feels like a bygone era buff shit I still love Bacon, but yeah. I, know but I used to be like that kind of annoying bacon person like deutz liters fifty fifty. Fifty percent fifty percent pork, billy burgers are all Bacon and the bread is bacon and then the cheese. It's like okay had to do a lot of work on this guy I'm not gonNA. Be Mr Bacon Mr Beijing shirts were Bacon related. Close I had I had really terrible. Bacon Wig I would wear I'm not wearing today. Is a whole thing. Baking I. Actually like Bacon as a that was.

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"mr bacon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"mr bacon" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Busy today if you need to kill six hours if you if you have time honored still August are you all busy you do two things you too here Kitty Kitty and you too the full vis a vis the Oprah magazine which I don't know how the Oprah magazine got a hold of this but also you to be the full job exotic wedding on the entire wedding the lead up I watch that about a week ago it filled my heart with joy you get to see Joe are going to the town thrift store and buying pink matching shirts and matching jeans and matching boots are you get to see the town hall being set up with their folding chairs for the reception yeah it's the whole the whole caboodle yeah wow okay we gotta check that check that show exotic has made a statement that he wants David spade to play him in the movie about him the owl he's actually instance badia can you imagine space getting rid of letters to and then he will ya yeah I think he's having a great old time with you know loves those yeah sorry everybody gets taken away by della Donna Valentine thinks he's kind of hot Donna came in here I know something about that yeah I think John has the call of it though yeah pretty sure he's out of for sale which is to say that I told her I said no joke I've not said this on the show before said Donna the reason that creeps me out even more than it should is because Joe exotic is the spitting image of my uncle Leslie and all right I am not joking I'm gonna find a picture of my uncle Leslie hold on C. is speeding spitting image of Joe exotic and yeah anyway I told you are you a fan of your own color no okay never mind eight seventeen is it time to take a break when we come back threes and the dirt alerts my talk on a seven one still the declaration is entertainment your source of family like no other Hey my talkers at Jay's furniture stores arm but can I tell you think can I say thank you thank you to all of you better using your time now with your pops and your cats in switching foods I kind of said that as like aspirational puts so many of you are switching your dog and cat food to neuter source to support New Jersey shores which is a Minnesota company that makes me so happy and I really I I can't say thank you enough because it's made right here in Minnesota and more than just being a Minnesota company this is no joke the only reason hi we all of us on the show say yes to doing commercials when we really use our product Mr bacon dexter only neuter source I wouldn't feed him anything else and the best part New Jersey shores retailers offer curbside delivery a lot of them including Chuck and don's so good nutritious pet foods dot com.

"mr bacon" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"mr bacon" Discussed on WSB-AM

"I'll tell you what we tell you something. If you save rocks. I say rocks you say knives. I say knives you say whatever's next done, I say, whatever next, the sits on the feud between von Hessler and max bacon is on them. Visitor bacon. Went on to say, Mr. bacon say me MC. He doesn't even know. Okay. Visser bega went on to say that he'd like people dry, not riding those old bacon. Bacon. People riding on the side. Read. Allowed downtown where the of Meister, Meister baggers says now Skoda's, late landlady bacon? It's difficult responsibility. When you the number one lawmaker bacon me, I wonder if any of his friends ever refer to him as the bacon ater venture. He so sick and tired of hearing that. Good per no worry about it, the bacon eater, get them. I don't won't is devices running down. The sidewalk is twenty seven thousand our. This is going on licensed drivers and leaving them everywhere around the city. So many of these devices are. About this. Syllabus. Ruin about thirty. Are you hitting on me? Are you whistling at me? HR added to implement this. Structural. That they're probably, they got ahead of things, though. They, they passed this before because usually what happens is, he's companies just show up one night, and they just dropped their stuff in the middle of your town, pretty then you're stuck with them. So the idea here is, if you want to do this, in Smyrna, you got to walk up the city hall, and you got to have a plan, you gotta have a meeting. You gotta tell us how it's going to go. You can't just drop them all off. Right. And drive away. And I don't I think a lot of smaller towns are going to do this seems totally reasonable. Yeah. I mean it had mental the city there's a lot of people, you can understand it, but in small towns, but just to satellite cities like Alfa Reta Marietta, Smyrna, you don't want your town squares. The small area. You know there's no sidewalks either. So it's going to be strewn about in front of car, dealers, and more kids, that would ride them responsible. I think you have a little more max bacon. I sent him up quite well, there autumn are sidewalks handicapped, accessible, and oftentimes of level will drop off this it is this, somebody will be killed thing or could be killed the politics of fear. When will? No, I think they're absolutely right. Be honest with you at some point, it becomes even without the danger just that I saw you got a generation of people never looked up from their phone. You think fifty miles per hour is going to make them look up from their phone. You really think that have you ever checked your phone while? I'm astuter. Oh, of course, course, of course, of course, because how in the world could you go twelve and a half minutes? Sure that you're meeting up at the right place with, with your. Keep on the scooter. Yeah. I guess it's better than having an old fashioned map from a gas driving under. Fold it back perfectly. Yes, he did an open mic jump in about this to hair gets Matt, from Smyrna when max bacon, who's running for office, and we'd see the signs through town. I thought either this guy's got a really great name, or it's like the greatest.

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"mr bacon" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

13:35 min | 3 years ago

"mr bacon" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"I appreciate that. I see that there's an increase in the remediation opponent. But this was brought to my attention. During a recent veterans townhall meeting that I had no Paso about the military housing for families. And so I would like to understand that more than two to one of the things that we learned at one of the other briefings, at least from my perspective, I think it's going to require a significant amount of investment to not just remediate. But I think in a lot of cases probably rebuild, right? So I look forward to a continued conversation on that some some of it is as well. The army most of the army housing was privatized. So a lot of that most all that comes out of the what's been capitalized by the private partners in chief. Did you wanna add something there? We can get to the actual forensics guardsmen. But I'm pretty sure that some of that you want a million or good part of it is due to some completion of overseas projects in Oconee basis. Well, we'll get you the actual numbers army chief of staff. General Mark milley. As I mentioned, this was something important to some constituents at home. So would like to learn more secretary Wilson. So again, congratulations on the nomination. I want to ask you about something a trend that has been disturbing to me on sexual assault and the air force. It remains a serious problem throughout the military. But these trends in our service academies are really of great concern. This February reports surfaced that nearly half a female cadets in the air force academy experienced sexual harassment during the twenty seventeen eighteen academic year. Another fifteen percent reported unwanted sexual contact. Could you tell me what the air force has done to address that? And I apologize. This is very very complicated. Question to hit you with with three seconds to go in the time. So we're going to have to have you submit an answer for that for the record because I know the. Air force has worked on a great many different issues. So please get back to miss Escobar with the detailed explanation. It's not something you can do in ten seconds. I don't think Fisher. So that Joe ladies time's expired, Mr. bacon. Thank you chairman. And I want to thank all of our witnesses here today for sharing us with your expert positions. And opinions I have a couple of points for questions. I wanna I congratulate secretary Welles home for a job well done, and we have great universities to Omaha for future reference. Secondly on the issue of the fifteen this wasn't issue. Forced on the air force over a decade ago. There was a desire for doubling the number of us twenty twos. And that decision was made outside of the air force the stuff that production. Now. Now, we're left with the gas today that we have to fill. So I understand that predicament that you all room Thirdly when it comes to the reprogramming, I don't think it's optimal. Either. I don't think this is the way we should have gone forward. But congress had the opportunity to work with the president find a compromise for border. Funding and did not it went backwards from their original position. And now today we are left with a crisis with eight hundred to nine hundred thousand pace coming here illegally being caught as the border and being swapped swapping are us our border patrol. Even Jay Johnson the secretary the us under Obama, President Obama. So we have a crisis. So this is something we can't ignore. So I appreciate your your points on earlier in the hearings. But first questions the Joe Milly. My understanding is our take matters, Asian or infantry fighting vehicle or Laura's is behind what China Russia's doing. We have some plans for the infantry fighting vehicle Laura's. But should we be concerned that we have this gap that were it appears to me out-gunned outranged right now in these areas? And are we doing everything we can to close that gap? Don't have that. Right. We are doing everything we can to close the gap in terms about gun to note range, typically, what people mean by that is outgunned is your adversary have more of that type of more capacity than you do in the case of Europe. Yes, the Russians could mass more armor than the United States at the point of crisis. Perhaps that's possible. If you add up all of NATO, though, you get a different number. So the outgun piece, you gotta be careful, and you're gonna do the math, and it can be interesting with China's same thing. So as far as outrage goes, the tanks of the world, all of them, German Merican, Chinese Russian, etc. Pick your tank, they're all within reasonable ranges and capabilities of each other. The Russian tank as missile attached to it. Ours. Does not so they have extended range, etc. But I am very confident that the weapons platforms are within acceptable degrees of risk of each other. The real difference on anything or any aircraft or anything is the training of the crew. It's the people that's the skill of the operator, and I would match our skill against anyone. Thank you. I wanna thank you Wilson in general Goldfine for visiting author secure. We'll get you tell us. What will be the impact we do not get Tyndall in in the supplemental. You're doing cash flow right now as you said, what does he impact if we don't get this done in a timely manner? So we had to hold back money for sixty one facilities projects in eighteen states on the first of may if we don't have a don't start to have funding flow. We're going to have to to put the Tyndall recovery on hold by the middle of may. We're going to have to stop some aircraft repairs ground some bombers maintenance backlog is going to start to increase because we're having we're going to have to cash flow this, and we if we don't have a supplemental we have to take it out of this year's budget. And that at some point probably sometime in the in the middle of the summer, we'll have to defer the off it recovery. Thank you, drug amazing considering couples call on electronic warfare capabilities. We've always tried to push for two replacement aircraft a year, and I know this year, we're requesting one or the air forces. I just think it's hard on a squadron to have one Gulfstream wants EC one thirty could you just explain the problems here? And would you want your or if you give a little background? I'd be grateful. Yeah. The challenge we have on this one is that we gotta take the aircraft. We gotta take the equipment from the thirty and place it on the east thirty seven. So you've got you gotta do this while we're meeting combatant commander requirements. So limiting ourselves is based on the fact that we've gotta maintain C one thirties at the same time we bring on the newer crap to make that transition. And so while we would like to do it faster. What we built was a capability of doing it excessively build your plane while it's flying. Considering the RICO three fives. I heard from the half eighty two that there's no plans to defend the season the future. Then it's the weapon of choice for decades to come. Is that your understanding? It is the same work that we're doing Vance battle management system as we look at what the replacement for joint stars is going to be. We're looking at all of these capabilities right ones that right now are are more platform Centric to how do we look at all of the sensors that we have an old the domains and all of the services and use that as our symmetric advantages. We fuse that information to greater fidelity better decision making. Thank you. One thing that has come up that I don't think it's committee has focused on Mr. Scott mentioned we need a supplemental. I appreciate your your comment on that the impact that's had on the military. But also, it's a devastating impact on a large number of communities across the country. We we need to work through and get a deal on on that on the border wall. I I don't disagree that there is without question. A huge problem at the border right now that the problem that we have is that wall is no solution to any of that committee chair Adam Smith with all the problems that we have down there to take five six ten twenty billion dollars. Whatever it is to build a vanity wall. That does not solve the problem. The problem is we got people pouring up here from south of the border, and I think a thoughtful policy certainly things have not gotten better since the Trump administration has implemented whatever immigration policies they've wanted to implement it's gotten worse. And then to say we're going to cut off the funding from Central America. You know, when I think the one country where things have gotten better as El Salvador where USA ID. Been down there helping so that people don't have to flee. Yeah. We got big problems at the board of the solutions coming out of the White House or making it worse. Not better. And darn sure don't wanna take six seventy billion dollars out of DOD to build some wall isn't gonna make the situation any better. So we definitely have to work on that not saying, it's not a problem. This is not the solution. And we don't want the money taken out of DOD. So happy to work with you on that solid. Thank you chairman. And thank you all for being here. And thank you for your service to our country. Secretary Wilson as you are well aware the fuel spill on kirtland air force base resulted in up to twenty four million gallons of jet fuel leaving dangerous toxins and contaminants in our ground soil, that pose a threat to Albuquerque's clean drinking water. I've heard from many of my constituents at the air force is not clearly communicating its efforts Terry mediate, the spread of those dangerous contaminants, and there's a discrepancy between the progress of the air force claims and what has been asserted by community stakeholders. So my question is or my questions community stakeholders have repeatedly express at the air force has either refused to take their input or refuse to share information about the cleanup leading them to believe that environmental restoration at kirtland is no longer a priority. Any budget priorities must include a responsibility for this and other contamination that the air force has. Caused a New Mexico, and it's it's happening at other places too as I'm sure, you know, can you tell us whether the air force remains committed to the environmental restoration efforts at kirtland elsewhere and protecting the drinking water upon which Valbe Kirke citizens rely. And what what are you doing to gain back the public trust on that issue when we are committed to the to the kirtland project? It's a pump and treat project largely which which will continue over a long period of time. Thank you. And of course, as I mentioned, the the community stakeholders have a different idea of of what the how that progresses going. And I'm hoping that you will or someone will contact them and leave the door open. So that they can have some assurance that what they believe in what? The air force is doing are not two different things that happened to work with you on that. Thank you. When are you leaving the end of me? Okay. We might have time. Then thank you. My second issue is known Terry housing. And it's already been mentioned by a few of my colleagues, but I wanted to see if we could just if I can get my issues out there little bit go a little bit deeper more detailed, but military families have met with house and Senate members regarding the harrowing impact that poor military housing conditions have wreaked on their health and safety. These dire conditions range from mold to vermin to lead to roofs and floors caving in. I grew up in a military family and lived on military lived in military housing, all of my young life. The housing was always a direct reflection of the discipline that my dad's Marine Corps career demanded, and it doesn't seem like it's that way any longer. I know firsthand that service members like my dad have the highest. Have the highest degree of readiness when they know their family's basic needs are being met. So the services have announced a number of measures to address these issues going forward, but sadly, many families are already suffering the financial hardship from unexpected moves uncontestable security deposit withholdings. Repair a medical bills that they don't get reimbursed for severe health problems lead poisoning respiratory issues from black mold, and so it appears that your budget priorities. Must include that, I know that it looks like there's a two hundred million dollar decrease in the army's family housing budget. Just a modest increase in the air force's, what are the services doing to support those families who've experienced impacts from these poor housing conditions. Congresswoman? We've instituted a couple dozen initiatives. We provide updates the committee. I'm sure we can get that to you as well. If you haven't seen those, but it's it runs. The gamut of everything you said, and we've complete one hundred percent inspections of all of our homes, we've had telling halls we are negotiating or actually discussing with the CEOs changes to all those policies..

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"mr bacon" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"mr bacon" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You could hear that Saturdays from two to four pm right here actually on this radio station. Nicely coincidentally. So what if you going to be on the road for for? This is one of the it's we have so many great events here in Chicago. This is one of the events that really stacks up against events around the country. I think everybody else looks at this with a lot of envy, not only because it highlights one of America's great. It's like the additional food group bacon is the food group. You wish was there right in a in a singular food group world, and it is one of those great events that everybody absolutely loves and participates in. It's not your traditional had to go in there. And there's a handful of people, you know, that you kind of take samples from is immense, and it has the scope of everything from pop people diners, independent people products, all the beverage and spiritual want plus super fine dining people too. So the whole thing we got set zero the man who created he'll say he was part of a you know, a team right because he's a humble guy. And he is, but he is he is the face the ruler of the benefactor of the bacon world Steph Zor. Welcome back. How do you do? I'm happy to grace you with my. Peasants, Mr. bacon. That's what we do you want. Hi fi bacon. King. You've kind of gotten to that level. They would not let you put making bacon on your license plate. But I think it's because it was too many characters. I'm sure that's the reason it's a bureaucrat. Stories on film. Don't fit in the square peg in around hall tickets back in time when did bacon become such a huge. I mean, it was always always been good come on. Everybody loves everybody always loves bacon about eleven years ago was when we started our little.

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"mr bacon" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

15:05 min | 3 years ago

"mr bacon" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Deserve to know who's paying for political ads that they see online they deserve to know that the nation's election watchdog is back on the beat. They deserve to have their voices heard in congress again, that's why this Bill is important. That's why urge my colleagues to support this Bill and I yield back. Thank you, gentlemen. Years back, the gentleman from gentleman from Illinois. Thank you. Mr. Chairman. I liked to now recognize my good friend from Kentucky, Mr. bar for two minutes. Gentleman is recognized Mr Speaker, I rise today in strong opposition to HR one. This is my fourth term in in the US house of representatives, and I can say without reservation or equivocation. HR one is the single worst most unsound unconstitutional legislation that I've seen in my six and a half years in congress. The Bill federalize us elections in violation of basic constitutional principles, usurping states primary authority over the conduct of elections, including federal elections, the Bill affectively legalizes voter fraud and destroys the integrity of elections by degrading. The accuracy of registration lists ensuring duplicate registration and registration of an eligible voters. The Bill unconstitutionally rations core free speech protected by the first amendment by empowering a powerful partisan bureaucracy to impose onerous league when administrative compliance burdens and costs on candidate, citizens, civic groups, and nonprofit. Organizations these provisions violate the first amendment, they protect incumbents, and they diminish the accountability of politicians to the public. And finally worst of all the Bill gives welfare to politicians co working Americans to support candidates with whom they fundamentally disagree. This doesn't enhance democracy. The idea that we the people establish a government based on the consent of the government, it corrupts democracy by taking away the fundamental right of the people to choose their own representatives and giving it to a partisan election bureaucracy in Washington DC, Mr Speaker Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin, once famously said the people who cast the votes, don't decide an election. The people who count the votes do HR one what Stalin is American elections by legalizing voter fraud, getting parking partisan election bureaucrats the power to ration free speech, and by coercing Americans to support candidates and causes with whom they. Fundamentally disagree. I urge everyone for the sake of the first amendment and for our constitution vote. No, the gentleman years Bank General lady from California. Thank you. Mr chairman. I just before yielding to the gentleman from Michigan. I just like to quote, the one of the most conservative justices who's who said that the public has an interest in knowing who is speaking about a candidate shortly before an election that was in the citizens United decision. I didn't agree with that decision. But the court posited that the solution to the dark money that they were unleashing on the country was disclosure. And that's what this Bill does. I would like to yield the gentle lady from Michigan is to lead one minute. So Lofgren democrat chair of the house administration committee recognize thank you so much Mr Speaker today, I rise in support of HR one for the people act h r one where we store our democracy. We need a comprehensive Bill Mr Chairman that's takes action on what the people sent us to congress. Due to work on behalf. Ten sure that government is truly for by and of the people, and we must demanded immediately. We know that today many people, especially those at home in my congressional district in the thirteenth various communities of color across this country continuing to face voter disenfranchisement while trying to access I exercise their right to vote and make their voices heard. We must acknowledge this injustice. Remedy remedy it immediately. We need to have stricter rules. Mr speaker. Rules of conflict of interest. When it comes to the offices of the president the vice president and the appointees, including they reaffirm ation of the requirement to divest and businesses business interest. We do that with HR one. And I commend my colleagues for the additional language requiring both that language for the executive branch trading individual stocks and so forth. Lady's time has expired just a few seconds yield an additional fifteen seconds. Thank you. An additional fifteen seconds. We can't allow our democracy to be tainted Mr Speaker, and we must demand that our government is stronger, more transparent and Mark sensible for of our Americans. Thank you so much. Delayed reserves, the gentleman from Illinois. Thank you, Mr. chair. I'd now like to yield two minutes to my good friend, the gentleman from North Carolina. Mr. meadows gentleman is recognized. Thank you, Mr Speaker. And I thank the gentleman for yielding. Let's be clear HR one takes money from hard working American taxpayer and puts it straight in the pockets of politicians. Let me be abundantly clear that this Bill that the Democrats have proposed provides taxpayer funding for federal campaigns, Mr Speaker, and by voting for this Bill, the Democrats are voting to take the American hardworking taxpayers money and actually give it back to be used for their own campaigns by voting for this Bill. The Democrats are saying we deserved stay elected. This is a money. Grab for politicians is unfairly benefits. Elected incumbents it protects career politicians under the guise of campaign finance reform and dark money reform this six hundred page Bill does nothing but fill the campaign coffers of people who have already been elect not only that this Bill now includes attacks stuck in last night as a manager's amendment in rules. Yes, they are wanting to tax American citizens to make sure that they get reelected and put money back in their own campaign. Mr speaker. This is how the majority party believes that we're going to get transparency in congress. It's not doing it is not living up to that. I find it even interesting because it seems to trample on our first amendment rights to speak freely and voluntarily participate in the process that we hold as a privilege of electing our elected leaders as a top it off missed Mr Speaker. They want you in every hardworking American tax payer to pay for it. Now, I can see it coming up because it's going to come very soon, and they may say about all the wonderful virtues of this particular Bill, but when they vote for it they're actually voting sin taxpayer money to get reelected. So I look for that in game when we say Democrats vote to give three point five million dollars to reelect the freedom caucus chairman. I don't think that that's what America's all about. Now. You'll back California, Republican Mark meadows. The gentleman's recognized before I reserve may I enquire how much time is remaining. The gentleman from Illinois has twenty four minutes. From california. Has thirty seven in one quarter minutes. The gentleman from California's recognized. Thank you, Mr Chairman before yielding to the chairman of the homeland security committee. I would just like to say that saying it's tax money does not make it. So we've prohibited. Appropriations into the freedom from influence fund. The total source of funding is a two point seven five percent assessment on people who've committed tax crimes or corporate now seasons. I would now yield two minutes to the gentlemen from Mississippi. The chairman of the homeland security gentleman from Mississippi mister Thompson is recognized for two minutes. Thank you. Mr Speaker, thank lady from California for giving me the time speaker, I rise today in strong support of HR one last congress House Democrats sought to address Russia's meddling in the presidential election unfortunate. The majority would not prioritize the issue so Democrats formed a congressional task force on election security, which I co-chaired in February twenty eighteen after a series of public meetings with experts in national security cybersecurity and election administration the task force released. A report charting a course for how we could better protect election infrastructure. I'm pleased at HR one includes the election security act legislation I introduced to implement the taskforces recommendation under election security. States are provided search funding to replace decades old outdated election equipment with more modern secure technologies. Additionally to move the nation off the crisis to crisis model we've been on it provides grants, ongoing, maintenance and security it also improves transparency with election infrastructure Vendola's and provide cybersecurity training to election officials last month at my committee's hearing on election security, some of my Republican colleagues balked at veal's price tag, the speaker to put the bills cost in context. The one point eight billion dollars provided here to secure elections from the Russians and other foreign adversaries is half of what congress provided in response to the hanging chads for the sake of our democracy. We cannot leave. State and local election officials to defend themselves against the fist adversaries like Russia. We have to help this. No, fifteen seconds yield an additional fifteen seconds the gentlemen from Mississippi. Jane seconds. Thank the lady from California before I close I'd like to thank speaker Pelosi, chairwoman Lofgren, Mr. Sarbanes for all the work. They and their staff have done to bring this important measure to the floor with that. I yield back the balance years back the gentlemen from Illinois. Thank you, Mr. chair. And it was great pleasure. I get to yield two minutes to my friend the gentlemen from Nebraska, Mr. bacon gentleman is recognized. Thank you, Mr Speaker, Mr Speaker today, I rise in opposition to this effort to conduct a hostile takeover of our elections by Washington DC. It's nothing less than an attempt by the majority party to federalize our election system. Follow already from the state's government funding political campaigns all of this will increase the election systems vulnerability for fraud, restrict free speech the legislation. We consider today. We'll have a long-lasting devastating impacted our elections. Create a six to one government match for all small donor capture bution. This governor falls will be going to pay for more campaigns, more TV or radio ads. Americans will be compelled a bakery candidates. They don't support. My sister. A starts Republican should have to have our hard earned money, go towards democratic candidates. Her son, a staunch democrat should have his ardor money, go towards Republican. If h have come along, it will place limits on freedom of speech, pretty vague standards. I groups who was advocate for any legislative issue. This is why even the ACLU does that support HR one. And when the ACLU doesn't support a democratic election Bill, you know, it's wrong. Our nation was built on individuals advocating for their beliefs are right to advocate for the way, we wish for 'cause we believe in for survivor of domestic violence, which is quietly donate to a cause. Dedicated a fighting domestic violence should the federal government be able to come in. To publicize their donation and some states have done this recently. We've seen donors of advocacy advocacy, groups be harassed chased out of their jobs. It's your one is another example of the Democrats saying Washington knows bust that one secretary of state was consulted in the drafting of this legislation in the constitution, our founding fathers gives the authority to the states to regulate their older, lectures. Simply put this is a power Graham power grab by Democrats for these reasons I urge my colleagues do not support this legislation back gentlemen years back generated from California before yielding to the gentleman from New Jersey. I would like to just address a couple of simple points disclose act really pivot off the supreme court decision citizens United and as they said in that decision. Disclosure, disclaimer and disclosure requirements imposed no ceiling on campaign related activities and do not prevent anyone from speaking concern has been expressed about the ability to remain private that is provided for in this Bill. It simple. If you don't want to be disclosed note that your donation is not for campaign purposes, and you will not be disclosed further. There's an express protection provided for any donor who fears that they may face a threat of harassment or reprisals. So we've thought of this and this was a doubt within our market. I would now like to turn to Mr. PASCAL from New Jersey and recognize him for two minutes congresswoman Zoe Lofgren chairs the house administration committee live from the floor. Double UCSB FM Washington. Jersey is recognized for two minutes. Thank you. The legislation for today contains the presidential tax transparency act a Bill that I lead with our prime sponsor Representative issue from California, this legislation requires sitting presidents as well as future presidential and vice presidential candidates to release ten years of tax returns, the manager's amendment is right to add disclosure returns of any business, which the candidate is a prime owner. These common sense transparency measures will qualify into law. The pressuring of presidential candidates releasing their tax returns a precedent. That goes back to Richard Nixon. President Trump broke with more than forty years of this precedent when he declined to release his tax returns despite promising.

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"mr bacon" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"mr bacon" Discussed on KCRW

"This weekend edition from NPR news. I'm Scott Simon much of the reaction to President Trump's declaration of a national emergency has surprisingly in these times been along partisan lines Democrats are at raged in want to investigate many Republican lawmakers are lining up behind Mr. Trump Representative Don Baker a Republican of Nebraska, a former Brigadier General in the air force sits on the house homeland security and Armed Services Committee. A joins us on the line from his home district in Nebraska. Thanks so much for being with us, Mr. bacon. Good morning. It's good to be with you. You have said in the past that there's a compelling case to be made for border wall. The president says he has to declare a national emergency to build it. Do agree. Why greeted it needs more funding? I think the compromise that Schumer and polcy negotiated was very anemic. Is there should have been more money put towards the wall by don't agree that declaring a national emergency and getting funding that way is the right way to go. I mean, the Cavs has the power of the purse, I believe in checks and balances and our system, and so I'm I'm concerned, and that's just for this president. But we've seen a series of presidents when they can't get what they want out of congress do executive orders or national mercy learner may be I just think a week goes our constitutional Republic. So this isn't a direct person just the Trump. I just think. The last decade or two, but Secondly declared a national -mergency take some money out of the military construction in other areas that also needs to be three point six billion dollars. Apparently, that's a significant amount. And so this will hurt multi construction and some things that we need to be doing for men and women defending our country. So I have concern in those two areas. Congress can rescinded presidential emergency declaration by passing a joint resolution, would you consider doing that? I'll consider it. I haven't made up my mind because I do think there's a compelling case that we have a problem at our southern border, and I felt like the the spending levels. I have been butter. I I was reading somewhere between two and three billion in the one point three seven billion. I think it was there wasn't a compromise or fifty five miles wall. I thought it wasn't adequate. I thought the compromise should have some more in the more the.

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"mr bacon" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"mr bacon" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Pink for make sure you wear your pink on tomorrow's game. For the breast cancer awareness. Am I allowed to do that if I'm sitting in the the media area? I hope you do do that. If you can't if you want to do that do that. Oh, I will write my mother lead to the breast cancer survivor. So I would be proud to wear pink. I I don't want to have any bad feedback. No, no, no, no, no. I don't want get in trouble for wearing just you jumping up and down yelling less. I gun that all year, man. I'm all right. Seven three four hundred eight ten fifty. Let's go to JJ L Lincoln park. What up JJ? Why? Counting on you to make some kind of a disruption. You know what I'm saying? He came out with the press. No, it's not allowed in the press boxes. Press boxes are are unbiased JJ were working environment. Exactly to work environment. Just like the rest of the world's Steven Reich came up. I'm just telling you Bruce mighty pounded it into my head. Now, I need the powder dinner that young man's head. It was pounding in my head when I was up for north western game where it was freezing outside. And I was in the press box and Steve breath and ran back a punt. And I just let everybody's head. Turns looked at me. And then yes, I got a flight school. Win. Who scored in seventy three. Sounded the press box when you came back. A little bit later. She probably didn't care. Well, I again, it would you for where he sat and where the press box was he was separate from it. So I I'm just saying. What it was forty two inches with with nine minutes to go in the game. And they went for Dennis flake was scored high stepping into the end zone. You can hear more than seven or eight people. Go. I get your point JJ, but you try to keep a very working environment. I know I I'm being facetious, at least put this way. At least my Friday the week. Mike and Mike starting at three thirty. It's it's day. It's John you bake in the sun every Friday morning at nine o'clock. Yes. I know this. Pardon? I know this. Go ahead. I understand who is greatest. Caller, can your restaurant people. Make me wanna blueberry Muffin smoothies or cheesecake, and I try to be a patron and patronize these places there's no better person and on the radio, then John u bacon, and I will say this sometimes the recent days John gets a little lonely up in the press box. I guess that's one way of looking at it their J mobile put it this way. Listen, there's nobody more deserving of any accolades, he gets at our fine university that Mr. bacon, and it's, you know, probably without John u bacon. You might not be city where you're at right now. That's a correct statement. I agree with that. I listened to me I feel I'm blessed just to hear that man on the radio. I first of all was on Sunday mornings. And then read his books and stuff like that. So John u bacon. Wherever you are. You got and change a who will send your accolades till I can see no more. And you don't yesterday was a was Valentine's Day, and I just thought. My girl told me I needed to get a prescription for Viagra. Gold blue. Wow. I was was he reaching out to us today. I don't know..

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"mr bacon" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

12:11 min | 3 years ago

"mr bacon" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Good Macher any a New Mexico. He won't talk education or call in and talk to these to education professionals at three o'clock. I encourage you to for a number is always four to four twelve fifty. All right. Hey, come in during just now from Taskey valley desk. Good to talk to you. Likewise, richard. How you doing? I'm all right. I'm all right. All right. Let's let's talk about the obvious. How how's the mountain house the community? How are how's everybody recovering from the tragedy of losing to skiers on the mound to an avalanche? Thanks for asking people are hard hit to the community. But we are finding together and doing our best to support one another as much as possible. Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone who was affected by the. It spends out very fast. And we've just been really really appreciative of all the support we've gotten you know, it is. It's difficult to you know, looking at it from a distance to to understand what a difficult time. It was for people on the mountain people. I'm I'm sure on the ski patrol other skiers on the mountain people in town even Iran in Chris tag on Monday night. Sanofi convince Santa Fe chamber of commerce legislative reception the convention center. Of course, Chris vice president of of Taskey valley, and and his family formerly owned the resort before selling it to Mr. bacon. And we have a we didn't along talk about it. And you know, he said people recovering, but he said it's a standing how how much it impacted people in the town of house and he also reflected on having. I believe the young man from Colorado, his family came to town and initially didn't want to go to town. And we hate towns than they did go to task spending some time and towels ended up skiing mountain, and then realizing I mean, it was just one of those kind of fluke things. And you know, it was a it was a healing experience. I guess for them as well. As all of you. Yeah. And that's what we've really been focusing on is in any way possible supporting the overall community those who were affected by it. And doing what we tend to make sure that people are taking care of and starting to feel good about being out on the mountain. I will say that by and large visitation has been really holding up really well and the mountain doing very well. From a standpoint, we could as you. Promo code earlier. We could definitely use some more in the forecast here. So hopefully, if that happens soon. Yeah. And at all. Provide the mountain with some more fun and excitement for everyone. All right conditions right now. I would imagine it's like here in Santa Fe fairly warm day blue skies. Nice weather conditions are conditions on the this extremely blue skies. No shortage of that around here. It's a nice sunny day started off really cold, which is good. Mount up nicely for the day and just had some coworkers coming off the mountain and they were saying it's skiing. Very well. So I'm taking their word on that gig people like, yeah. Work few hours in the morning slap on the outfit. Go skiing for few hours. Come back yards in the afternoon. But that's why people working ski resorts. There is a little bit of that mentality going on. Yeah. Good for them. So good conditions. And and you're right cold in the morning is excellent for the condition. Her and we've got some some good events coming up this weekend. All right. It's houses annual winter wine festival this weekend. So various events taking place throughout Taus itself. And we've got a component of that up here at the ski valley so go to dot com and adore page. Got all the winter winds. Details up there. The thirty second annual winter winds gusting I know people on their calendar every year wine aficionados deal. Yeah. Absolutely. So the the Lakers hole for this weekend. Which is. Awesome. It's going to be a fun one here. Especially if we get some snow all right for win. The Blake is in full people can reserve a room just through just ski tau, doc dot com. Correct. Correct. Blake is a beautiful new two and a half year old hotel hausky valley brand new property. All right. What else is going on schools are open ski schools are open. Yeah. They are speaking of schools we've got our school programs going on throughout throughout the week right now. So. County schools participate and come up bring the kids up and help us create the next generation of skiers and snowboarders, so then on really strong throughout the past few weeks. I think we've got a week or two to go with that. And it's always nice to be able to walk out mid week. And see. Yeah. Eight nine ten year olds out on the out on the snow learning to love of sport. I thoroughly enjoy great to see. All right. But the ski schools are not just for kids. Kids of all ages up to senior citizens just had a gentleman in here. We're talking about completely different completely different. A line of talking about education and boys and boys, basically, boys and violence, though is a completely different thing. But he's in his seventies and eases gear, and I said, we can't Paul you cannot win the lift tickets today that doesn't matter. I'm seventy going on seventy three years old. I basically ski for. We've got a senior program. That makes it very affordable. Seventy and all that is cool. That is cool snowboarding. That's you never never too late to learn. Gordon Brynner who used to run the mountain for many years under the one to Blake's owned. It was very famous for saying, you don't have to be an expert skier ripe house, but there's no better place to become on. And I think that pertains to any age group. The number of runs that are open right now. You have one hundred eleven toll correct? We've got two hundred and eleven testing me now. Now that I'm not doing the daily reports anymore. Obviously, most of them are open. I think we're in ninety right? Yeah. Thirteen and fourteen lists, correct? Okay. All right. What are we looking for February? And March, of course, then we have winter spring break, traditionally spring break is usually kind of that mid second second third week in March this year between Texas and Oklahoma and New Mexico. It takes almost takes up three weeks in March. So we're anticipating a really active fun filled mountain for most of March. But leading up to that we've got some really cool event that are worth coming out to check out. We've got our junior free ride event young athletes athletes coming in international free skiers and snowboarders association sanctioned competition, and they'll take to west basin to try and throw down the line possible. And see who comes out the winner at the end of the day. So. Seven three times. Just sit at the bottom of west base. And then watch we've got a great public facing events that part of our be corporation. Does inspired festival. That's fourteen also happens to be Valentine's Day. Forgot that that might be coming up quickly. Like, I'm Mike. Yeah. I've got no excuse go figure out something to do for that day. But the inspired festival is going to be a great event. Think of it kind of Ted talk like, and we're gonna going to have some great speakers here throughout the day speaking at the resorts on a and then we've got a rising Appalachia is going to be doing a concert in the house at six o'clock that evening so lots going on through February. And March, of course, and then mid March will be spring break. Do we let kids for college kids come from from Oklahoma and Texas do allow them to do? We do allow them. Yeah. And it's it's fun to see the mountain that filled and just people out on the plaza. Having a great time eating and drinking and. Obviously getting out on the slopes and having fun Caskey valley one of the top resort destinations on the planet. Besides being a B Corp, the first ski resort to be a B Corp, which means they're environmentally concerned environmentally friendly and concerned about issues and causes and all of that. I think you're the first ski resort to buy your own airplane. Correct. Yeah. Well, as far as I know, we're we're the only one that right now. Yeah. I think others may have looked at it in the past. But we're pulling it off, and it's going really well close to eighty percent occupancy. Right. We're yeah. Yeah. We're averaging right around thirty bookings a day. And that's a thirty person. Things are going really well on their front. Benef- endeavor to grow over the season. Alright the website you can find the deals you can find the promotions. You can find all the cool vets? Oh, the the event went talk to you about you said the one that you could never do. I could never do for sure is the one people getting up to the top of the mountain. And then seeing how many times they can go up and down did that take place. So unfortunately, we had to cancel that one. Stepped up to the plate and they held posted here. Yeah. Of it back to back. And I'm sure it was a fantastic time sounds tiring. Just talk. I I agree completely. All right. Thank you. Find all of that. Details dot dot com. Ski dot com including rooms at the Blake or tickets for ski or semi air towels defied Austin or Dallas direct dash. I'm glad things are are better at in Townsend hausky valley, and I guess some ways getting back back to normal. Obviously the goal after something like that. It'll never be normal new per se, but we are moving forward and again to do everything we can to support the community. So all right. That's the key. All right. You're done. Go skiing. I wish I could. But hopefully smile. It.

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