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"mr. de" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks
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"mr. de" Discussed on Blinkers Off
"I think that would give us a better indication of what to make of the american group. I don't know. I don't think of though is as good goo folk. Whatever is as good as domestic spending but again delmar turf is a little different magic point. Best firm turf euros. won't care about. Yeah the euros are just better is a collective group. What what i think. The race at domestic spending comes out of which was at arlington park. Which was the mr de mrs de whatever the heck it was. Ns it's like will. Maybe that american group is a little bit closer than we thought. But in terms of the breeders cup. I'm with i'm kind of with magic like they don't stand a chance to euros as far as if you brought the best euros over the top. It's not even close. I'm pretty sure they would run one two three four. Maybe domestic spending can crack the top three. But i have no interesting dafoe unless he is double digits to be quite honest. I just don't think. I have much of an interest again. Double digits may be but outside of that not really. We'll see that's the thing about that. Equaliser right that In terms of of the break-up is you get prices. If you ever opinion you usually shit. Santa barbara braga. Beat these guys. Schoolyard horses right. She and she's philly. So santa barbara is a beast anyways high. Let's get to the main event. Of course we go into this race. I don't remember halts you. We were close to. What were we going into. the travers. Were up eighty dollars going into the travers and can't remember exactly okay so we go to the travers up. We have one hundred dollar to win on central quality and again. This is tricky. Because i don't think either one of us on this horse would be pounded like he was just given the travers thought. Well surely people are going to be taking shots. They're gonna be trying to beat him. Yes he's going to be a low price but the four to five probably. Yeah it seems fair. This worst goes off the two to five. Just absolutely blasted. Never you could tell us locked in terms of how the tourists skating bet but he won so you know. Maybe we didn't get a huge return. Their bed hundred a win win. We know we're going to get a gas. We make money on the day. He was unbelievable. I talking about the overall wagering guides one hundred dollars to win. How did we end up at ferrying on the day. Yeah so we made on the day. We made one hundred twenty seven dollars which equals out to a thirty four point three percent. Roi so pretty solid That brings our total. Roi for the year up to thirty three point two percent. So we've done very very well Seven hundred eighty three dollars profit. It's played these all away from the breeders cup. Last year to the travers. Now so a lot to be proud of here Say thirty four point three percent are i was great. Here's the deal with this with this wager. It was pretty stupid at two to five but you. You can't what he's supposed to do. You know what i mean. It's like we thought four to five likely three to five at worst and a three to five. I don't think this is a bad wager. Obviously you don't wanna bet horses two to five very often. Now this worked out and he he definitely one and paid wanted pay. I think we got forty five dollars back for this. So it's You can't look at it as well. That's an atm. That's forty five bucks but still you wanted to be a little bit more than two to five here. As far as the performance. I mean it was never in doubt. You might look at into hockey. Say that they were neck and neck and the strategy that was. What was it like a hand or half hankyoreh down. 'cause i've seen him run any times. It was never in doubt he was gonna win that coming from the top of the stretch and the run happy travers and it is midnight bourbon and essential quality and now their heads apart.
"mr. de" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Only raced once on the turf. It was last year in the awadh at belmont on a you'll turf course was only beaten three quarters of a length that day well clear of the rest of the field finishing second. He hasn't been on the turf since they tried to get him on the turf once at parks and it was rained over the main track but other than that he's been on conventional dirt he's been on synthetic surface. I think this is a turf horse. And i thought that race last year in the awadh was pretty good especially for a two year old if he's even better now as a three year old than he was you know as a two year old on the turf. This is a horse that has a chance. And he's twelve to one on the morning line. I'm gonna plays sixes and nines pressing with number six point me by. What do you think it is. I think it's a fuzzy of you. Think it's a wild card. I'm gonna say this. A wildcard incorrect started. This is a fuzzy. Christmas has has a representative disperses a good turf race on his car in fact so wait a minute. The wildcard is were were guessing that the horse could be different. Yeah lincoln is the fuzzy is there's buried form in there. yeah fuzzy. How's this going to be. How if you really dissect this field. And i'm saying this because he's my pick. I like the source. Because i'm like you. I don't like tango tango tangles. th there's a pick five and there's a pick four. I can tell you. Definitively tangled tangled tangled wins. I lose i will not have anything. Oh tango tango's on my tickets I will have jin's burn the four point me by six. I will have like a shawl salt shaker. My top pick. The nine that race in the awadh was very very good. And i don't know what is taking so long to get the and this is a guy that runs horses two hundred horses on the turf in the last year and a half. I have no clue what's taking so long to get back. So i like salt shaker. I told you. I'm gonna use them with the six and the four. That's jin's burned and point by me like a salt shaker. Top pick race number eight goes as the birthday mr de race nine mile. Quarter six hundred thousand online field of ten got nine runnings domestic spending. I don't know how From what we've seen in his last two starts namely i'd manhattan last time out man they're going to have to come up with some herculean effort to beat. Beat him tomorrow. I agree completely. His last two starts her monstrous there faster than the almost ever see for long distance her forces and the other. That's just amazing. Is every horse finishes behind. Him comes back and wins in their next start. Gluco tribhuvan smooth like straight all different parts of the country. Don't have to deal with domestic spending right to the winner's circle. He's by far the best in this race. Other than possibly number nine armory. Who i don't think is as talented as domestic spending. But he's the only one that has i think any chance of beating him. And i put that at a very small chance. He's been doing very little wrong over. In europe against the best there are over there. He finished only a length and a half behind love. We all know the reputation that love is had for about the last year and a half or so. I don't know if armory can beat domestic spending if he can't nobody can. I couldn't have said it better myself on. That couldn't have said it better myself if anybody be and i don't think the sources anywhere near as good as domestic spending but if somebody does it'll be him domestic spending for me as well race number nine goes as mr degrade one six hundred thousand on the line. Best of luck to you folks out there in chicago. Sorry to see what's happened out there but hopefully Hopefully there's a miracle somewhere in the future few folks When we should best of luck we'll take a break. We'll come back with just about halfway home here on this friday evening. We come back. We'll head out the del mar and we'll turn our attention to sunday. Plenty of action sunday at delmore. Saratoga would line analysts. Porculus thing. the weekends stakes preview presented by naira. Bats here on the horse racing radio network that and watch the races worldwide from the palm of your hand with naira sign up for nyra vets today and take advantage of from your perks with the best live. Racing minister replays..
"mr. de" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Mean yeah. It's all relative very real. The word the words all you know. Tuck as the name of the place When once again you're always east of somebody. So i mean the the the very notion of all ya'll is a reminder of while colonization imperalism and all the all the plagues Our of our Engine is so. I think you know thailand military turn to to become law. Young reminds us that you know the navy's of france at the time were doing. What kind of dirty job. This is good. It learning learning a law here. Learning a law and francois. We have a cheese of the day. You find one yet at that. They're actually quite a few in the in in brittany because The thing is my impression. Was that the what i said yesterday that we were starting with britain and within region. They're nervous note. No cheese in local farmers thought the the same. Why don't we have cheese. And some of them decided well. We are going to make cheese the most famous farm doing cheese in in in in britain in doing this since nineteen eighty seven year win. Stephen roach was winning the tour Right now it's a real treat by the history as well So it's a farm near denying the place goal and the dalai. It's called a article. V wife farm and and when you look at all the great books about just teasing franz. They're always mentioned as the don't Cheesemaker that so that there are now three generations of them have been making cheese and can all sorts of different. She's the but since there is not a real bottom cheese them they're making cheese that's been made elsewhere that they have two different soft blue udal. No blurts like like ruffled these little blue bits. In the middle of the of the crust anemic and very good boys is very famous an an and the most famous cheese of course of course cold dr ali. i mean. That's their names that that there is as other little brands of cheese in in in in In brittany wanted near van we will be going near tomorrow. Is called Pity billy Buddies at an industrial cheese saw. I've been trying to get away from from from this. And there's another one Smoked cheese from britain Don very very small portions and quantities called. Kyle brace which means the broten the bottom stone and but it's the same guy who was doing. This went to the southwest of france. Anne tried to reproduce what's been done down there. And if you if you south of france in the seven you've got a piece called don't and the car brace looks a lot like people don't so if you going to brittany looking for sheet for cheese and local cheese while go for the delay thumb you'll find them on the internet and on markets or week sandwiches which is unfortunate. I didn't have the chance to taste yet but please do because apparently it's excellent. Well we're looking ahead to tomorrow's stage to pontivy Where am one of the residents. They are is audrey. Corredor go and she will feature in tomorrow's first episode of two zero am all about brittany. We're going to hear from dhabi. Good seal gauthier am and audrey course and unlock francois talking about brittany and the the kind of the deep roots of cycling and brittany So that will be tomorrow morning. The first of our five weekly episodes of calm zero. The tour de france tomorrow should be a sprint stage. New reason toll to think that it won't be a bunch sprint. And i mean there will be a low of is on mark cavendish. Of course his team obviously going into the seat on a bit of a high after the link to the racist credibly strong at team to support him. Kasbrols screen michael cove. Of course there was a sprint today am an intermediate sprint at eighty five kilometers Where the bunch were going for seventh place. Caleb ewan the head of cavendish for phillips and more cove was was forced from the bungee crossed. The line then arnold demar behind he sa- gone matthew. So they're all they're all having a little. Go at that m you know some writers who will be certainly in contention for the the green jersey. It was interesting to see. Calvin dish having go. I wonder if it was just to try their sprinting legs before tomorrow. And whether there's anything to read into the fact caleb one at because he's probably the favourite. I would think for tomorrow. Oh yep but by the way the way a safety strengths was like many others. involve halted by the crashes and it was fall two important for him to stay clear and to say safe and so he took it really easy for the first couple of sages would say out of trouble and obviously it'll be the lead in favorite tomorrow by far. I think can be sure goals essay. I know he messed up today. But i'm gonna say sunoco belly tomorrow but maybe maybe strain and change a little bit as as a as a writer of from because he tends to do better on those punchy climbs i can get rid of some of the guys kind of like appear. Painters again scenario off to your success will include him in our predictions tomorrow for that. Well i mean something a bit different m day off. The kennedy see watched that we've been on. She'll be good. I'm not don't enjoy going to play site with a asong tonight. Actually well actually a recorded that song at her daily lido mail. Let's play with that. You're supposed so be with my guitar and everything. Because i didn't bring my guitar with me here on the tour because i mean all. These guys have bikes out here and holiday. Yeah that's right. All these guys have their vice in the boots. And i i in my mind is far too precious to To share boots with with bikes us song though so it's called building on meal and because actually will be will be going around the coasts of brittany and and we'll see when we reach rich keyboard in all these places with o. Mia In the distance video melissa is the is the actually is the largest island in britain. And he's also the largest island. The tour has never visit. Because it's it's almost impossible to forty five minutes biltrite to get to video and it's it's it's it's too small for for for a bike ride..
"mr. de" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"At him differently this toward the needed last time. We'll be clever to do that. I mean if if you're rog nation last year dominated dominated the tour only to lose it in extra time in a way. You know it it. It's to put pressure on pope. Maybe the the real the could thing to do is to is to be on his all the time. Like you're not you know you. I'm here you're not going to sign up slowly in many ways. So Yeah i i think know maybe ways to try to topple a pug is is to try the you know. Act on his nerves a little bit. Because late last year he had kind of innocence. And and you know under the victory of the of the surprise youth but now the pressure is enemies not on rug that much anymore and the the other little funny thing you find if you look at the results of their results their placings in into the front stages in last year in this tour they keep swapping places. There's always one top of the other or one like yesterday rog wasn't up wrought of rogin and today the rug wasn't top of of bog in two the other way around so this little old inside fight between the two is going to very intriguing for longtime cold war and this is this hierarchy already developing just just two days into the race Where you know we fancied this very open race but these to pray challenging stages have drawn. I am you know. Obviously a pocket charen rog. Late says the g. writer to who just seemed to be on a very slightly higher step to to everybody else and there's already daylight between them. And and you know. I mean darren thomas is now you know almost thirty seconds. Dione which is is is not insignificant. Atoll 'em and the car repairs is is still up there but also having lost a a bit of time too so you know. The signs are pretty ominous for the race. The we could just see another shootout between a rock and pockets. Are it seems ridiculous to say that two days into three race. But it's often the case. Isn't that the these tough early stages serve of. Do set the tone. What's astonishing also about. Thomas is that he didn't was not caught up in the first crash at all but both pagan rock were so he has a super team. Or whatever and it's just fascinating to see that they tried you know we saw today. They had a struggle for dominance at the head of the race forcing guys like matt damon maharidge forcing out You know the lead out guys opposite phoenix. Were all all trying to get at the front. All trying to maintain control of the race and they succeeded in doing that for quite a few kilometers. If i can recall correctly at the end it came to nothing also credit to the to the brutal monuments of the cycling because the first time we went to milton. Twenty eleven Than cut eleven was. Was you know all the guys who would be the main protagonist in that tour. Were already there in britain. Those you could win these lopez they say of brittany and in a way you know. It's it's it's it's of course much shorter and there's no no corner whatsoever but in the meantime it's true i mean the the these little climbs by two different standards proved decisive but really good tests in all of of the strength. You know at play interesting you mention at the two thousand eleven. The first time the race came although the went through before nineteen forty seven. It did oh your time but the night went through nine kilometer time trial. Yeah but it never finished. It never finished. Yeah that's right but it never finished top of the climb. No in the past was the first year. And that's interesting because that's when cates cycling knowledge currently goes to extend to doesn't i mean i mean we. We've been learning them k. By your immersion in cycling. We mentioned last night podcasts. At you you really kind of fell in love with the sport during the tour last year. And so i've been scratching my head wondering how you how you have gained so much knowledge so quickly and you've you've kind of revealed how you've done. It is quite remarkable story. Okay so not to sound like a total loser here but Yeah so that season the twenty twenty season after of course the tour de france and world and then lesion or the classics and then late. Jiro all through into november. While i would wake up. Because i live in america we wake up at five in the morning. Six in the morning sometimes seven the welte start a little later so it was nicer I would watch cycling Sometimes you three four or five hours in the morning would work as a writer Writing about architecture. Whatever i was reading about and then i would work until six seven and then from six to seven to midnight i would watch old races and so i started you know at that time. Twenty nineteen. I watched every grand tour monument back to two thousand eleven that way either in highlights or like if the full thing was available i mean this is also of course not to. It was quasi-legal methods. I guess sometimes sometimes it was youtube. Pilots whatever. I could get all the way back to twenty eleven. I mean i mean we've been teasing you know not knowing anything therefore the two thousand ten thirty two fronts. Never having in kinds of andy schlick by so you. You've you've done a bit more than that because you've been reading books as well as some of the older history and you know who had emergences. There's a there's a period when my husband before we go to bed. We would watch like an eddy merckx documentary or sunday. Inhale the remco even the pull of the of the of cycling jared. Thanks very impressive. I mean you certainly Gained an awful lot of knowledge and understanding of the sport. 'em so there's of his atip anybody wants to really Am immerse themselves. It's every monument and every grunter. I mean of course. I don't know who wanna three sacks bank in two thousand twelve really notable ones that i do know for example again devil game two thousand fifteen when the cross blue guarantee us off the road and peter's again one later on you. I watched that one. you know. once there's i have colleagues parlaying win that one. I thought that was peterson. You'll know that one. Yes it's like watching netflix. Series to francis so different season hundred and seven has been watched the one thousand nine hundred nine tour de france and being american. Well wait till you get to nine thousand nine hundred in for a real show..
"mr. de" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"And played played an important role. Who at one thing we could to that is that He said himself he was. He actually went it today and gave. It is all because he said he was is only chance to. It was the only chance to take the jurors at the only day when you could do it. And evan missed out the day. Before i mean and this is the kind of thing does that often looks kind of desperate. I mean everything he does is never easy. Like the talking from eighty km from the finish or are the way you tackle tackle. Sometimes last climbs owner striped bianchi or other other ratios. I mean it it. It only looks kind of a vain. Efforts is doing and but this time he that's what he said he was his last chance to do it. Many probably implying that he he probably won't hold to the that show jersey for very long time. Trial was how long he wanted to hold it till knowing that in the same time it is probably going to not well. It's probably not going to make it to paris. He didn't say so. Because you never say so. But i mean. Es is other goals. Olympic title is one of his goals. So y'all probably won't finish the two k. I imagine while he said yeah certainly he doesn't want to go deep and he does go. Deep doesn't eight when he's trying to do something spectacular. I mentioned the might've pool is have the same. Problem is daniel and and struggling to connect with founder pool. I imagine he's a writer the often know he's a writer that you enjoy watching his talent. You appreciate definitely. I mean for me. I think vander pool is sort of the antithesis to what we see for example not to dig but at team any us where it's this very professionalized. Very linear way of writing with a clear objective and a clear team. Plan matthew vendor cool he i mean he writes with his heart everything he does this raw visceral bursts of of passion and of drive that really back to two older day of cycling when things weren't so professionalized when we didn't have things like the train for example and i think that's why people like him. He's a romantic at heart. I think and i think the way. He rides his romantic. And i think he brings that excitement of cycling viscerally. Can he do it kind of edge of your seat writing. That makes you know people love him and even if his attacks fail which they sometimes do spectacularly. It doesn't matter because at least he tried. At least he did something at least he gave all of himself in some way and i think that's what makes him so beloved in the peleton even though like when he comes into press conferences very cool his almost stoic and kind of a harden guy is icy blue eyes. And this really strong brow intimidating character but not today there was vulnerability to them today. The i haven't seen before and it's interesting. You say that about his other writers in the peleton admiring him. I think that's true and She let's hear from one of our audio diaries. We've got four writers keeping diaries for us at this tour bene- connor. Hdr who crashed and yesterday we didn't mention that last night but he crashed. And we'll hear from him in an episode of clubs zero coming up in a few days and tend to clark who we heard from last night on conner swift as well is keeping a die for us for the second year but victims of quebec next hash as they're known and he sent us in a dispersant any mentioned sponsor. Pull and it's interesting to hear added view of one of his competitors in the peleton..
"mr. de" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"My name is mark. Diener data help. I'm the nutritional performance attrition of ginger move as far who work now waited for all the year. And it's really a lot of learning that i gained from it in the beginning. It was just like we descends on. D'armes the riders or myself and it was like certainly all kinds of data pumping up And we know ide- yeah what what it needs to. If it was good it was bad and and get the biggest question was. How can we use this to improve something so yeah. Over time we get more knowledge from it Also with a lot of help from the super sapient steam. So they're really really good guys there who are with with the big day down but also with really glucose goes physiology and the to. That's really helpful. And at this moment we are. We are still. I think the learning face with it but yeah we. We tried to find ways to improve actually Purely strategies on the bike but also maybe yes several re recovery aspects. And i think the the super sapien stanza gives us a great tool to bring some more day in in those strategies and i think until now it was mainly based also on the writers feeling or also a bit of guessing. But with this through yeah you you can really have clear data Your glucose metabolism and that that's really helpful in many ways. I think yes. Thank you very much. Indeed to our title sponsor super sapiens Wearing my super sapiens monitor. No interesting this went for bike ride before breakfast. Something i rarely do is fascinating to watch. And what did to my blood sugar levels. And then how the rocketed. When i had the largest breakfast. I've maybe ever hide in the beautiful ben breakfast. We were staying in the last couple of nights we're running a competition in conjunction with super sapiens can win three months worth of super sapiens sensors. If you go to cycle podcast dot com. You'll see how to enter. But basically you need to send us in an audio clip of sixty seconds or less describing or telling us what you would do with super sapienze why you would like to win the three-month supply. Maybe help you a cycling. I'm bishen. I'm particular target that you know and the the best ones that we decided upon will win this fabulous price descended your audio and the also am may well feature in the cycling podcast and this vary slot so listen today was all the by matthew vander pull in the end wasn't and am one little thing one little point that you made their francois m talking about you know francophiles. I mean he is obviously has a a friend had a french grandfather and interesting press conference in english entirely in english even when he was asked questions in front me. Because i think it's the rule now at uci races to Even the tour to speak english as as much as you can spoke at. He's actually spoke french on french tv. He's french's pretty good. Yeah is it's better actually. But no you'd he does speak a little bit of french from his mother's friendship. Of course am but i mean what a performance i mean. It's it's the type of performance that we've we've seen from him before and the emotion was perhaps the thing that we haven't always seen from him before once again it was sad. Pk asking the questions. He's he's made a specialism of this doesn't a he did. It was some bana third of france on. She's done that with other writers to he. He asked questions and he likes to silence. Hang in think in into that. Void comes the emotion and find a pool was emotional for a long time and even at the press conference. There's almost an hour off the finish still very very emotional indeed where maybe was as well because as we also yesterday that the deal of the outpacing team was supporting the well jersey. There was quite similar to the messier. you know the classic messier jersey that limo prolonged was wearing in you heyday An and i guess if you probably put too much pressure on himself on on day one with wearing his jersey look can be in the real put a look like You know evening in in the in the way he was dressed and probably there was a little bit too much pressure on me yesterday to do what he did today. And they actually said so After the race he said the yet felt a little kind of a block. You know blocked by trust he said and and and missing out probably kind of re released detention and today. Nobody was expecting to do what he did to be. Honest when when he went On the first two there were to a sense of the glenn miller signed today when he went for for the bonus in on the first climb with. We didn't really knew what he was doing. Like these always is often the case with match the was going to trend. Break clear and go all the way or and while indian. I mean the if you look at the eight seconds. It took off shore juliana last philip. It's exactly the the lead years on field nine in dc so. It was both on emotional move original one and then i mean it was. It was tactically. Perfect i mean. It's always easy after suze. I've done it on purpose and it turned out. Well we will never know exactly what it was. The intention obviously was going for the yellow jersey and he said that was that was the intention to get the the the time in order to get the jersey as well but there was a cost to it. You know it was a gamble because not effort may well have cost them in the end But you know. I think there were a few to say. His team were bathroom today. They were missing yesterday yes. It was very hectic chaotic crash. Ridden stage which. I think it may be may be affected. Also his his Frame of mind coming into a very technical finale and and A narrow little corridor into the claim yesterday was badly positioned today seem that the pressure seem to have gone the race to some extent. It seemed more relaxed than we'll hear the company arts. Say that a bit later on the seemed to just release some of the tension the pressure those the to terrible crashes and props everybody today was just a bit you know it was a bit more a bit less kinda highly strung paladin maybe not suited him as well but his team were were very good today and played played an important role. Who at one thing we could add to. That is that He said himself he was. He actually went it today and gave. It is all because he said he was is only chance to. It was the only chance to take the jurors at the only day when you could do it. And evan missed out the day. Before i mean and this is the kind of thing does that often looks kind of desperate. I mean everything he does is never easy. Like the talking from eighty km from the finish or are the way you tackle tackle. Sometimes last climbs owner striped bianchi or other other ratios. I mean it it. It only looks kind of a vain. Efforts is doing and but this time he that's what he said he was his last chance to do it. Many probably implying that he probably won't hold to the that show jersey for very long time. Trial was how long he wanted to hold it till knowing that in the same time it is probably going to not well. It's probably not going to make it to paris. He didn't say so. Because you never say so. But i mean. Es is other goals. Olympic title is one of his goals. So y'all probably won't finish the two k. I imagine while he said yeah certainly he doesn't want to go deep and he does go. Deep doesn't eight when he's trying to do something spectacular. I mentioned the might've pool is have the same. Problem is daniel and and struggling to connect with founder pool. 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"mr. de" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Hello my. Name's richard moore stage two of the Franz was today. We're going to be discussing in tonight's podcast. I'm joined by the rug. Which whisperer as she's been called. Kate wagner locate. Hello i'm the struggled a bit with us. The area whisperer. Well is a more than i do. Yeah i was trying to sing. Francois i mean jose luiz says your great movie star team star of the netflix series. One of the stars of the netflix series. We lost one today. Unfortunately marks still there. But yeah i was trying.
Former Columbine Students Recount the Day of the Shooting
"What maybe we should talk about the pink elephant in the room like you. Well megan and care like where were you the day that you heard of things going down at columbine college dorm room i was home getting ready to leave and my boyfriend at the time who family our police officers called me and said something was happening auto. Just think in weight and just watching on the news. I was in art class. Oh i was upstairs on the other end of the building next to the principal off the offices and so the fire alarm went off and mr de actually ran to our doors. There was a door going outside from the art room and he i remember him grabbing my shoulder. And saying like you need to get out. This isn't a drill and we walked out turning around to look for smoke and and that's when we saw everybody running crying and so we went to commit park and waited and watched the swat teams. Pull up. And i remember saying like this is crazy. Like why is this something huge. Just probably happening somewhere else. I mean we had no idea no idea because we at the opposite end of the building and the teachers told us to just walk home or go somewhere in. My parents lived right behind the school. But we didn't want to walk to my house because we're like what if there are people in their shooting and they get out and start running around my neighborhood in kelly's dad at that point had pulled up and he's like he knew she was safe and so he took me and we went to try and find my parents and at that time our triage was that lee would elementary school but trying to get there with all the road. Closures i mean. We ended up parking in somebody's driveway and running the air. And i remember just walking around seeing people and how ironic it was that we were in my old elementary school and that this was happening meeting with my neighbors who we were really close with and they couldn't find their kids and because they were in the library and in the teachers lounge him so my parents finally were there and we went home and we had like fifty five messages on their answering machine. And we are watching. You know answering machine and it's like we think we were watching the tv in
UNs education agency lauds worlds most exceptional teacher
"This extraordinary teacher even had a hand in helping to call off underage marriages speaking to you and newses anshu sharma. Mr de sal began by telling her what it means for him to have received this accolade a group this aboard lot of to my students. It's all about celebrating their success and at the same time this award means to teaching community as well because it shines light on teaching governor and it gives them other spec that they did so. It's not just about me. But i android budgeting. Who teaching in teaching committee had crossed the ball. So just talking about the moment i still remember the day told of december twenty and will win mr stupid Announced by name. And i think might know late. You might have seen that reaction. And i was very humble and i hope express methods so with excite winded fully loaded excitement. I just had my mom. It's a proud moment. Pull me as relates is like lifetime to to me. I never imagined to become up posing the individual who will become the global teacher prize else about your journey. How did you start as a teacher. Then how did you reach this milestone. you know. I never dreamed near-total becoming a teacher. I suppose to be in engineering. It's it's what my dream and my biggest fan of taking this inside food. And i decided to go to the mike In the technology. P i did started michael jordan. Engine in deal in in During college but had to leave it off. I went back to home with. I was ready to defrays. Toddler would detail who don't mean yet to advise me rented why. Why don't you go joining So i went there the train college and they're is realize what teachers can't do. The teachers destroying college had painted pure bass hitting me and change me throughout just experiencing that change. I thought of. I don't change the life of students so this is how i become a teacher. After completing bachelor's degree there in the teaser Go meant abundant me. The teacher in deliberations with And a stupid remember the day one well pupil january two thousand nine and i bendon and mice would put me to my classmates visit your classroom and i just looked at it. I was really shocked. I say so. I'm sure he said yes. This missile glossop rancid. So it's looked like cattle sit classroom. Twenty procedural looks like
World's first face and hands transplant gives New Jersey man a second chance at life
"Man who received a face and double hand transplant procedures so rare it had only been attempted two times before this. This is really quite unprecedented. Trish Henry, program manager for the reconstructive transplant research programs, this has only ever been 18 face transplants and 35 hand transplants in the U. S. Also worldwide, only two other combined face and hand transplants have ever been attempted. On those were unsuccessful before his surgery six months ago. Scars from third degree burns covered much of Joe DiMaggio's eyes. He couldn't smile. His 10 fingers were mostly gone. We are thrilled to be playing a small part in giving Mr de Mayo a better chance at life after his horrific accidents. Christi King W. T o P News the
"mr. de" Discussed on Limitless Mindset
"So as you can guess from the domain name. This is a little bit of a detour. From the regular life hacking biohacking personal development content. That goes on this channel and it's quite a bit more knee. Sched in fact if you will are not a single male who speaks or is trying to learn spanish precede listening to this. The risk of wasting your time and being a little bit shocked by. Just how weird some people on the internet are. I'd like to begin though by answering. What i think is a pretty good question. Pretty sure question. But i've got a response for it. That i think is going to be helpful to a lot of people especially those that fit the aforementioned target demographic so i put out a announcement to my email list about the new anxiety. New protocol bioactive protocol. I'm releasing for hacking social anxiety. Trump gets a feedback about what people are dealing with in regards to this and a mr de responded me and he said my social anxiety is usually low except for around my crush. Mr de is a younger guy and this is certainly something that i've struggled with over the years. You feel like you're pretty social and you can come up with witty stuff and you can. You can be into with people but when you get around someone that you really attracted to then your million dollar mouthpiece just kind of shuts down and this is one of these kind of things that bothers me about the mainstream personal development advice if you go to mainstream personal development advice about this kind of situation. They're gonna tell you things like you. Don't just just be yourself around the person that you have a crush on or you know what you ask them what they're interested in and then talk about what they're interested in and in my experience. This just isn't all that effective so the piece of advice. I will preface by saying that. Not all personal development advice is applicable to all people certain personal development. Advice is totally appropriate. And will you really yield results for one person with certain personality type in a certain place in their life and that piece of personal development advice will be completely useless counterproductive to someone else in a different type of position and my advice that i give here and throughout the article that will proceed in. This podcast is very new. Wants to this individual and to specifically to someone who's younger and who's kinda who to a young very young man who's developing their social skills. So we i'm kind of person that i'm very intellectual like passionate about like history technology health entrepreneurship software etc. But if i try to talk to young girls about these kind of topics they will lose interest in me so fast. And i've discovered that there's several simple yet entertaining subjects that make for good conversation with attractive girls and young attractive girls and here they are pets. The animals sexuality in kinks her family and your family travel experiences cultural differences in foreign languages fashion. What she's wearing what you're wearing movies and books. She likes food. Deserts dancing and partying booze and drugs breaking the law getting arrested times. You almost died excetera and these are the topics that will actually move like awkward first dates awkward first interactions. You need someone that you're really attracted to the first couple of times. You talk to them. It's it's probably going to be awkward one way or another but these are the topics that are actually going to move the first date towards sacks towards a the kind of relationship that you actually want with this person and then once you actually seduce them and spike their oxytocin then you could drone on about stuff over dinner all you want so my suggestion to mr de is to construct something of a conversational stack a conversational template that you use with all girls that are young and attractive that consists of these topics that i just ran down and with some consistency. Use this stack and once you've used this particular stack you know five six seven eight ten times with different girls. You'll be able to actually kind of go through the stab be conversational stack. Go through this conversational. Template in a in a consciously competent.
"mr. de" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It
"Interestingly enough Big has is going through some emotional turmoil of his own kerry goes up for the weekend much Despite her best efforts not to she goes up to eight inches country house for the weekend. Big is emotionally distraught. He goes finds her at the country. House comes to the country house interrupting their beautiful couples weekend. And then it's just you know hilarity ensues and it's it's really showcasing. I mean way she that she comes to the country home in this episode. I don't think so. It's just a lot of the next episode. Does bills of the balls. Oh right right right. It's the next the next. This is kind of the Of the classic sets in the city type of upset set up for some future drama. Right yeah so this is very much. Like carrie an showing eight carrying aden's incompatibility hurt tests to her character right like putting her in the country at the title writes itself right sex in the country. You're like oh yeah. Of course this is like this could be the shell right taking. And she's i don't wanna say trying because people love surge ask apartment but she. She's trying to be as lucille ball as possibly can be like in this episode which she is towed. She's own seawall just falling over and rolling that pigsty and just like those high in chelsea and she doesn't know what a bird or squirrel looks like us just as whole like something would probably very enjoyable back in the fifties when people saw the for the first time don. But it's there's been like mark movies like this but maybe it is. It's all time span to highlight. How different they are from each other one from one another and carry this episode also includes a nother very famous character from the show. Steve steve success who ends up being kind of the best guy on the show. with is that. That's the cancer guys bartender. Yes he has. This is the episode. It's revealed that he has cancer. Did they do talk about cancer. To characters get cancer. On the show samantha. Leaner gets cancer. Now saw that in the in the no one dies from cancer. Hey to stick cancer. It's more fun than just the regular cancer right. Like very like easy types of cancer. I think samantha has breast cancer. Because ladies and steve has secured cancer because testicles refer doodles can't and that's not also. That's not true anyone can have any genitals. We aren't talking dude within the The the shows reality of extreme gender binary of sex. Busy so yeah. That was interesting. Is the first time i saw him and I was like this. Dude is weird but Maybe that's a good thing because he was different from all the other news on the show And sort of the the poor guy like a not rich like a a more of a blue collar. He's a he's a bartender. And then he he dreams of opening his own bar which eventually does with aiden actually but it's interesting him and miranda because rendez such a stone cold bitch Which i love about her. And also i think shows this is neither here nor there but is topless more than any of the other care so there was a sexual Samantha shot in this episode. Like wow we're in the dexter zone. I'm just trying to find a show. That was sort of in that. Same era like it was like very just like almost pornographic. Hbo they know how to do. Is we need to see more dick though. Don't want from mr de voice which surprised pick that up said that That sounds fascinating social. They have they have Cock picture is there. Do you see..
"mr. de" Discussed on KOMO
"News time. 3 36 House Democrats are launching an investigation of Postmaster General Lewis to joy and calling for his immediate suspension following accusations he reimbursed employees for Republican campaign contributions. Amy Gardner, covering this story for The Washington Post, spoke with comas Jeff Pooja, first off. How did this alleged scheme supposedly work according to the former employees that we spoke to you for the story? New breed logistics, which is a company in high point, North Carolina that Louis joys to run. He would put ah, certain of pressure on a wide range of senior and middle level managers who worked for him to donate to his candidates. But what we also heard from A smaller number of individuals who used to work at new breed is that he would then signal to people who controlled, you know the financial and payroll side of of the business. To add to those employees bonuses enough to defray the amount that they were giving. And this way we looked at a period of time from the year 2000 up until 2014, which is when Lewis to Joyce sold new breed logistics and expand a variety of state and federal campaigns, including the presidential campaigns of Rudy Giuliani and John McCain. Senate campaigns of Richard Burned Thom Tillis of North Carolina do Detroit campaign of Pat McCrory, the former Republican governor of North Carolina. So why is this sort of campaign donation and reimbursement illegal? Well, it's known as the conduit contribution or a straw donor scheme, And basically, it's a way to defy and evade campaign contribution limits that are Enshrined in both federal and state laws on DH, So it's a violation of the campaign contribution limit laws, and it is also a violation of a law that's on the books in North Carolina and in the federal statutes. That prohibits the identity of a donor being obscured or masked or hidden. So those air two of the provisions that these allegations is true illegal on the House Oversight Committee launching an investigation as we set off the top, are we expecting to joy to be summoned to testify? Once again? I think that they will the house Democrats on the government Oversight and Reform Committee will want to see Mr De Joy again when he was in front of them. A couple of weeks ago, a lawmaker from Tennessee asked him if he'd ever reimbursed former employees for campaign contributions to President Trump campaign and he answered quite vehemently that he had not, and he was offended by the question. Well, we didn't speak to anybody about Trump campaign contributions. Mr De Joy had sold the company by then. And so it's not clear whether he might aid mean he might have been answering truthfully about President Trump. But the House leaders now want to get him back and sort of them to ask him a more specific question about some of the contributions that we did document. In our story. In addition, there's actually a meeting tomorrow. A closed meeting of the United States Postal Service Board of governors at which the joy is expected to be in attendance and where we have been told that he will face some tough questions about what's gone on. That's Washington Post's Amy Gardner. Speaking with Como's Jeff Pooja. The Seahawks tried to improve their past rush after missing out on a prized free agent. Let's get the details from comas Bill's words of sports Update DEATH Now Seattle wasn't going to break the bank for one years worth of Jadeveon Clowney. So the free agent defensive end wound up with the Tennessee Titans Hawks coach Pete Carroll is convinced a combo of other players could actually lead to more quarterback sacks and pressure this fall. All of our guys had numbers, you know, they get these numbers to bring Him and bring 16 sacks to us, just just in Benson and And Bruce is that's a real positive. The Seahawks are off today. Get back to business tomorrow for Sunday season opener in Atlanta. The NFL's Cove in 19 Protocol appears to be working between August 30 in September. 5th on Ly One player was confirmed positive out of 8400 tests Let Jane Newsome gets the start for the Mariners in their roadtrip opener tonight against the San Francisco Giants. Seattle riding high a six game win streak after sweeping a four game homestand against Texas and American Jennifer Brady, a pleasant surprise at the US Open tennis tournament, reaching her first Grand Slam semifinals. The 25 year old Pennsylvanians said she faced timed her mom Elizabeth, for the first time ever, and Mom started bawling. Sports updates at 10 40 After the our bills, warrants come, Oh news. Of course, she did. Well still to come on coma. One campus has students the one down the road does not. I'm Brian Calvert, and the difference in covert infections will likely surprise you. You know your body and you know when something's off when something doesn't.
House committee to subpoena Postmaster General DeJoy over withholding documents from Congress
"Panel is planning to issue a subpoena to Postmaster General Lewis to joy amid concerns about the potential for delays linked to mail in voting. W T. O P S. Mitchell Miller is on Capitol Hill, the chair of the House Oversight Committee, New York Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney had warned the postmaster general of a subpoena during his most recent appearance before lawmakers Mr de Joy You're withholding information from us concealing documents and down plane, the damage that you're causing another Democrat on the panel. Virginia Congressman Jerry Connolly says D. Joyce's testimony left lawmakers with more questions than answers to Joy has denied he has sought to undermine mail in voting or do anything to impede delivery of ballots ahead of the election. He sent the committee a letter last Friday stating he thought his testimony had clarified issues Lawmakers sought to address
"mr. de" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Podcasts. Could be an unprecedented event unfolding in the tropical Atlantic. More like the Gulf of Mexico over the weekend early next week, could be two category one hurricane sitting there If that does happen, it would be Laura and Marco Laure would most likely be the closest one to us going to be close to the Western edge. Any shift in the track could actually bring impacts here. But right now less than 5% chance of tropical Storm force winds partly cloudy this afternoon. Wanna won some clouds tonight 76 Sam or the same old same old with weekend a few clouds around with guys. In the mid upper nineties. I'm race digit from the weather Channel San Antonio's official weather station news radio 1200 W Away I Sonny and 93 a 12 noon on NewsRadio. 1200 W Away. I Our top story An explosion and fire in Corpus Christi near Aurora. Refinery's fire chief Robert Ropa told reporters that the coast guard plucked two people out of the water with burns on top of that report before People from the scene were transported by the car. A total of six people were hurt in the explosion and all have been rushed to the hospital. One of the victims suffered severe burns. Postmaster General Lewis to Joy vows to make delivery of mail in ballots His number one priority to Joy testified in a Senate hearing and defended his brief tenure. Amid growing concerns about delayed mail. Senator Gary Peters accused a joy of undermining one of the nation's most trusted government services. Mr de Joy, Your decisions have cost Americans their health their time their livelihood, Sze And the peace of mind. I believe you owe them an apology for the farm you have caused And you all all of us. Very clear Answers to Joi called Democrats allegations that.
"mr. de" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Funding increase for the agency demanded by the Democratic Party as part of Corona virus relief package at the briefing. Trump also defended postmaster general louis joy a trump donor that was appointed to the role in May who has introduced a series of controversial reforms that critics say have reduced the services. Capacity to process and deliver mail in a timely way. So the theory is this is a purposeful thing that they're trying to undermine the postal service numerous state seeking to expand mail in voting have been told by the postal service. There's not enough time before November third to process all the mail in ballots according to Tweeden. Now, in November third, there's not enough time that is bullcrap. It's unbelievable. No, it's no, it's not. It's it's totally possible. I've been I've been male in absentee ballots to customers all week for the last for the last month. It. I mean if you have a whole month in advance about one letter per person. Is totally doable and trump said when asked. Drop in the bucket compared to USPS. Deliver thousands of letters a day. Right this is ridiculous to claim that they couldn't do it. Again Not Everyone Vote well, not everyone's going to vote number. One of those who are registered to vote members is like what half Americans are registered to vote or something like that or I don't know how many but it's it's not even all of the United States of course. So only so many are registered only so many are going to vote and I think you may get around like half of them showing up to the polls and so. What percentage are actually use the mail in voting? I don't know but trump said of his appointee Mr de joy. He said I don't know I. Don't know what he's doing. I can only tell you. He's a very smart man. He said, should it trump be able to tell you what he's doing why would he know he's the guy who appointed him well, he's boss. How many bureaucrats do you think this guy has appointed? He's got. Them in a status statement Saturday House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said trump quote openly working to destroy the post office and sabotage ability to deliver absentee ballots in time to be counted all Patriots Democrats Independents or Republicans should reject the president's assault on the postal system in this election season. Pelosi another top. Democrat. Well, read I just know what she sounds like. So I can just hear the hysteria and fear though that's my hysterical worried lady. Pelosi and other Democrats are considering bringing the House back early to address the crisis according to Axios Cohen, is there crisis? Beyond the ordinary. Money it's. Not, new I been talking to my people for the longest time. What we need to do is become our own little fiefdom start credit union they're a barbershop everyone comes to get their mail. It will work, we can do it. Eight, five, five,.
"mr. de" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Mail sorting machines and worker overtime at post offices nationwide is an attempt to sabotage the US Postal Service. Lynch says President Trump is trying to Slow down delivery because he's worried about mail in voting, hurting his chances of winning reelection. The greatest threat to our democracy and to this Democratic election is sitting in the White House right now, and he's got partners like Mr De Joy trying to deny the right to vote 330 million American families threatening the very essence of our democracy, Lynch says. When the postmaster general appears before Congress next week, Democrats will insist he restore mail service or step down, Kevin Cliff W. B Z, Boston's NewsRadio and now an update on the new school year. Here's the latest from Mayor Walsh will be making decisions on whether to open all remote learning or hybrid model, But I want to be clear. Every family has the choice that begin the remotely, even if we have a hybrid model on the table. The mayor spoke earlier today. Right outside Boston City Hall. He and the Boston public School superintendent will likely announce a formal decision within the next few days or so. He also says schools are being prepared for safety. Turn that safety indicators are closely monitored, especially infection, as well as hospitalization rates for covert 19 again, the mayor, saying there's still no definitive answer right now as to what school will actually look like during the pandemic, But the city is working with health officials closely to make sure no student returns before it is safe to do so. A replica of a bar There was a centerpiece of a sitcom is shutting down for good, too familiar right after two decades in.
Schumer says fair election dependent on functional Postal Service
"Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, calling out the president for trying to cripple mail in voting. The problem is President Trump But it's also that political attack appointee Mr de Joy with millions of mail in ballots at risk of not being counted. Protesters lining up outside the postmaster general home, accusing Lewis to Gioia Trump ally and GOP donor of dismantling the Postal Service after putting in place cost cutting measures that critics say will flow mail delivery. The president tweeting the Democrats know the 2020 election will be a fraudulent mess. Threatening to block funding for the post office unless Democrats meet his demands on Corona virus relief.
VW chief's Nazi gaffe angers investors
"Independent. Investors have raised questions about the future. Volkswagen's chief executive Herbert dece after he evaded Nazi phrase in a management meeting last week. John many brand discusses the controversy with Patrick gave. Patrick what exactly did Mr. d say the private meeting to w clock badgers, and he was explaining that the twelve brands within Volkswagen that includes Porsche Audi Skoda's yacht. They're managed differently. And he was saying that Porsche because it has seventeen percent margins doesn't really have taught managing breathing down their neck about how to get things done. And he was basically saying if you are a different brand, and you want to have that same kind of freedom prophets will set you free. And so he said Yvette maxed fry which is really similar to our by MAC fry which was in blazoned at the Auschwitz concentration camps. So VW has unfortunate links with the Third Reich because we know is it possible that the head of a company that was founded at the behest of Adolf Hitler and relied on concentration camp labor during its early days could be unaware of the offense his remarks might have caused. I do think it's possible. The question is whether that. That means anything maybe that falls towards negligence or being Bolivia's. But you know, you're supposed to be super aware of these comments and of the history. And actually he's made a point of saying that he's aware of the history he visited outfits last year, he visited yet but shown in Jerusalem last year who was actually one of his first access CEO. So he is conscious of this. And this is just a major blunder. But I have spoken people who are in the room and more than half of them have told me they didn't make the connection either in part because what he was saying was really such a sort of benign comment that, you know, prophets will sort of help you. Nobody was thinking in terms of historical connections to folks against darkest days. Then again, a hassle going to people who say as soon as he said, I recognize the historical blunder, and it's worth knowing that Mr. de said the comments to an even five times, according to some people. So I think he was rather oblivious to it. I don't think he was putting on it. But it's hard to say, and I get inside his mind. So how did misdeeds explain it? Itself. Mr. has a pretty active linked in page where he puts up sell fees with join Adela from Microsoft, and that sort of thing that's actually working chose to write his apology. He basically said I apologize unreservedly Inouye was I trying to make this connection, and it's worth knowing that that came immediately. There was no hesitation on his part or anything and welcomed by multiple parties. And what's been the reaction of shareholders and investors? So when we talk about investors with Volkswagen it's worth knowing we're almost exclusively talking about minority shareholders because three groups hold ninety percent of the shares of the ten percent that's held by you know, you and I'm on pop investors institutions I've spoken to several who were outraged and defended and some of them as we've written in the have called for him to go. They think that this represents a really big misjudgment and calls into question some of his other decision making. But he's also made a lot of enemies within Volkswagen by trying to lift margin by. By going after the cost structure wanting to lay people off wanting to shift Volkswagen into a new direction focused on electric occasion, which will reduce the workforce over the next ten years. And I think there's a lot of people who weren't necessarily offended by the statement. But they see this as an opportunity to either hurt dece or to get rid of him because they're already against him when did Mr. deeds joined VW, and how'd you think his performance is rated currently by shareholders? He was a BMW board member for a while he joined Volkswagen in July two thousand fifteen now that just three months before the diesel scandal was exposed it's pretty unfortunate timing because it's not late enough to be fully cleaned from the diesel scandal. So he's actually been under investigation since two thousand sixteen by German prosecutors because there's a big big shareholder case that still hasn't gone to court or just in the early stages of going to court now where shareholders are seeking damages of nine billion euros because they believe. Board told them too late about the diesel scandal. They needed to be informed earlier. So DC's was the head of the VW brand not the head of the W group at the time. But he's implicated in that ended remains to be seen whether that be troublesome for him later on. He was only promoted to the Volkswagen group kief executive eleven months ago. So do you think he'll survive this latest scandal and give them the company's ownership structures? You explain it who would have the power to remove him basically to forces that could have the power. So one is the portion peac family that owns fifty three percent of the entire company so far from awful sources, I know that they still back him entirely, and he has such a big job to do right now. They've been very pleased with him. I would be pretty surprised that they turned on him over this comment. The other however is a little more contentious so Volkswagen supervisory board who really has all the power has twenty seats. Ten of them Gherman law, go to the labor union and then two of them come from lower south. Axes state where they have their headquarters. So that gives a majority right twelve out of twenty two basically the workers because Lower Saxony size of the workers because of the way politics works. So if they really turn against him than that's how you could see Mr. being ousted. So finally, Patrick VW has a history of unforced errors, and given this latest blundered, you think Mr. DC's really the man to turn around Volkswagen's fortunes. I can tell this blunder. It would be a really simple answer. And you would say yes shareholders have generally been big cheerleaders of Mr. dece in large part because he's known to be a very tough negotiator with the unions. He wants to cut costs here there and everywhere and Volkswagen under his leadership is making a full throttle turn towards electrification on a level that you're just not seeing with the groups that rival them in terms of car sold. So that would be renault-nissan Toyota General Motors, so electric vacation really is the future of automotive. Volkswagen has. Lake over everyone else. Nobody else is really willing to take that sort of risk. But the other question, of course, is corporate governance and cultural reform, and with this kind of comment, I suppose that gets put into question, but there are a lot of people who think that this whole episode was sort of silly. It was obviously an unfortunate error, and it doesn't have wider implications to really depends where you fall into that question. And I think one interesting parallel is that when the Volkswagen scandal was exposed Martin vinter corn the CEO step down within a week and the head of Porsche. But he has Mueller took over within a few months. He went to the Detroit auto show and was asked about this scandal by NPR, and he said, very clearly we didn't lie, and I would think that was actually a bigger gaffe than actually what just said because it was just months after the diesel scandal. It was a really sensitive time. And it was already clear at that point that Volkswagen had engaged in a cover up for a year after more than ten years of cheating. So to say. We didn't lie was just such a big thing. So I do think dis has a strong credibility with investors. Even with this gaffe, and in general, he does have the credibility to take this company in new direction. He's really got the portion peac families on board. And you know, they're often seen as the problem for Volkswagen being to your credit ads not looking after shareholders. So so long as these surprise next week. I think he'll be there for quite a bit more time at least a year or
"mr. de" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Located in the bottom floor Lucerne building in downtown lake worth near the coastal stop by and see them today. Oh my goodness. So Jeff Jesus has got a little selfish problem. That's crazy. It really is. The inquirer magazine, and therefore am I the holding company that owns it? Says that they have never let their reporting be affected or dictated by any political or external forces of any kind. I think many people have a problem believing that and and let's remember there was a time when the choir was people thought of it much like the star, you know, any other the what's that other one? Besides the star in the choir. Is it the sun at some other? You know, until of course, the OJ case when the end really was breaking news and again during the Clinton scandal. The empire was breaking news again. The Jeff Bezos has written a statement now. And it's very funny because he hired a friend of mine. A couple of weeks ago, the inquirer printed some intimate text messages. So he hired Gavin the Beker in now Gavin is Gavin's a very interesting character. I I met Gavin tobacco. I interviewed him probably twenty years ago. He was he had written a book telling young women how to be safe. I mean, it was after a whole spate of women getting accosted in parking lots and and the likes and he wrote this book to protect women. So I had them come in the studio when he was in doing his tour, and I just we just hit it off us a really nice guy. And he offered to you know, train my kid who lived at out in California. He was from. And it was a it was just a very nice guy. And then when George Harrison got sick, the beetle Gavin was with him for the last couple of days of his life. He was that kind of guy. There was just something about Gavin that everybody immediately, but he's an investigator that was his his his job. So Jeff Bezos has hired Gavin Debaecker, and he says I've known Mr. de Becker for twenty years has expertise in this arena is excellent. And he's one of the smartest and most capable leaders. I know I asked him to prioritize protecting my time since I have other things I'd prefer to work on and to perceive with whatever budget he needed to pursue the facts in this matter. Here's a piece of context. My ownership for the Washington Post is a complex afire for me. It's unavoidable that certain powerful people who experience Washington Post, news coverage will wrongly conclude that I am their enemy President Trump is one of those people obvious by as many tweets also the post essential and unrelenting coverage of the murder of its columnists Jamal kashogi is undoubtedly unpopular in certain circles. The post is a complex afire for me. I gotta look up that word..
"mr. de" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"I believe we should have a single payer system. I believe we should have Medicare for all. But until we do we have to take care of all our people. Well, he's a piece of work that Mr. de Blasio is joy Behar thinks he sounds like a Republican. The free health plan. Sounds like small government. What has she been experiencing? Just when you think you have it figured out. This is not enough really. Meanwhile, the shutdown continues. This is the more I read this more bizarre. This is Nancy Pelosi. The speaker of the house as you know, Nancy Pelosi. Needs to a speaker invite the president to make the state of the union message and a question would that happen? What did not happen based on the shutdown? So here's the story on this. This is where this EBay for this top of the hour, but more detail shutdown pressure on president Donald J Trump mounted today as house speaker Nancy Pelosi called on him to delay his state of the union address and his own economists acknowledged the prolonged standoff was having a greater economic drag that previously thought in a letter to Trump. Pelosi cited security concerns noting that both the secret service and homeland security department are entangled in the partial government shutdown now in its fourth week. She said, it's a security problem. It won't be secure there forever. But he really seventy five percent of the government is funded. Nancy? Give or take but pretty darn close. She added unless the government reopens this week. They should find another date. It's now January twenty nine for the state of the union message or Trump should deliver his address at writing as I think George Washington would have done back in the day, the inaugural speeches same kind of thing the White House not immediately responding to this as the standoff continues policy. Of course, doesn't want any money in on the border security issue. Lindsey Graham said about this. He's been trying to work on exchanges. He says partisan bipartisan solutions, he says, I'm actually like Bartelson better bipartisan partisan, let's call partisan. I'm running out of ideas. He said, well, it's not the first guy or anywhere or woman in Washington DC to run out of ideas. But that actually for Pelosi that's kind of different we think that's a test. They wanna see if Trump can write and spell that's part of it too. AM seven sixty talk and breaking news alcohol and Ford says yes, if you want to have.
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"Said that we will fight until the last vote is counted we wanted to make sure that every single vote, including those that were over votes under votes as long as the legally cast. But we wanted those votes to be counted. And now that we are rounding that process are I wanted to take a moment to congratulate Mr. de Sanchez on becoming the next governor of the state of Florida now there you go there's a little grace there. That's what used to always get praised. That's always acknowledged as the way to go. No harm their Gillam didn't hurt his chances. Maybe some of the radicals of the left thing he was being too nice. But that's the way it used to go. Here's Rick Scott. This morning on FOX and friends and the Fox News channel Steve Doocy sent congratulations. Did you at any point think that they might find a bunch of ballots in a back room somewhere and the other guy who has the job I e smiley staple face Nelson was going to keep it. It was very frustrating. When I now Swede one that Tuesday night, we were up fifty seven thousand votes, and they just kept finding balance. And so that's why you know, I'm thankful for a lot of people that brought light to this to make sure we stop this. And we're gonna do everything we can to make sure these elections are free and fair at one more Ron Disentis also on FOX and friends this morning with Brian Kilmeade. He's the the new governor governor, elected, Florida. But there any doubts in the interim from election day to today that you would be at this moment. Governor elect of Florida now, I mean, look the only thing better than being elected governor Florida's being elected twice in two weeks. And so, you know, we had a margin on election night. It was a close race. But it was definitive that I had one and even with some of the votes that turned up in Broward. I mean, my margin was significant enough. We knew the machinery cow was not going to change it made it didn't. And I also had competence at governor Scott would end up winning the recount both the manual on machine recount there. So I think that's great that had happened. And that we're we're moving on now. And we have a call from Carson city Nevada about this. This'll be an apropos time to take it. This is Kate. Thank you for waiting. How are you doing? I'm doing well rush. How are you doing super duper is? This is this this is Kate Kate from Fairfield thought was this is for you got up before the fires. I did I long time ago. And this woman used to call me regularly back in the late eighties and Sacramento folks lately. Hey, listen, rush. And and like I say after thirty two years, it never gets old listening to you. And you're just so plain speaking, I'm so appreciative. Anyway, I'm calling because I want to send a message to even the drudge report, Fox News all of them. I've stopped checking them, I they tried to get us all wound up about this Florida recount. And they wanted us to be worried. Maybe the Senate could flip back to the Democrats. You know, they're they're building up all of this stuff. I don't know if it's click bait at an a what it is. But I wanna tell them I've stopped checking you because I just I decided I'm just going to wait until I listen to rush Monday morning and see what happens. Now, I happen to get an Email last night from one of them saying, you know, the Senate and the and the gubernatorial races had both been decided and the Republicans won. But if I hadn't seen that Email, I wouldn't have checked I would have just waited to listen and find out from you what happened because I'm just so tired of them trying to get. Us all wound up. I'm just sick of it. Absolutely sick of it. So I wanted to call you and let you know that thank you. It's a big. Thank you, Kate. I have to I'm hearing a lot of people say one way or another what you just said. I can't tell you the number of people who have stopped checking the internet or watching cable news simply because they just don't want to be inundated with fatalistic pessimism every day all day. And I think you're right. I think it's click bait. I I think I think click bait or. People that do financial newsletters every subscription. Renewal period is a crisis. You never asked for renewals when everything's great. You know, why do you need a newsletter? So everybody, the tendency pessimism, this has been my point that along pessimism cells. Scaring people sells it it. It causes them to pay attention. Breaking new why why is every story? Breaking news on cable TV. Oh, something out of the ordinary when it isn't. It's not even new anymore. Breaking news is just a trick. It's just a way of introducing the next story rush. And it's just it's gotten really really old and a lot of suggest we're onto it. We're onto it. And we're hanging anymore. Were you less concerned that the Democrats were going to succeed in this recount effort? And that's why you felt the luxury not paying attention now. I know I never assume that the Democrats are going to lose anything. I mean, like, you say the media, you know, if the Democrats think something's fishy than something fishy. But if the Republicans do while, they're just sore losers or whatever. No, I was concerned. But I was just not going to let them take control of of of my thoughts and my opinions, and my worries I just I just wasn't going to let them do it. I was just like I said it's just going to wait to hear from you. Sweet. Every day. I do that. I, you know, I appreciate it. This is this by the way, this is why I tell people just do an experiment to commit to it. But try to go as many days as you can minimum five without turning on cable news without watching any news on TV. Maybe you check a website here there to keep tabs, but don't want. And I guarantee you that your mood will improve. I don't know to what extent you're not gonna go from utterly depressed and angry to orgasmic we happy, but you're going to notice a lot less angst. And.