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Biden edges closer to projected electoral victory

The Paul W. Smith Show

05:09 min | 2 months ago

Biden edges closer to projected electoral victory

"Of state, the Great State of Michigan Secretary. Of state. Jocelyn Benson, Madam secretary. Welcome back. Good morning. I'm good. I'm inclined to say Other than that, Mrs Lincoln. How did you enjoy the play expression? 48 hours. The mitten. What do we do about that? I I understand the effort. We've all talked about the effort to get more people involved, make voting easier. It's after etcetera, but When do we know if we've gone too far, making it easy for people to vote and sometimes vote repeatedly or vote on behalf of dead people with Chicago became famous for We don't want to be famous for that in Michigan. How do we control this so that we don't have the end result that we're now experiencing. Really look at the facts in the data. I mean, the bottom line is here in Michigan. Every valid vote will count and only valid votes will count. And we've got plenty of kick your protocols in place to make sure that that happens in fact, now after the first tabulation has been complete, really in Michigan, we're going to see Continue You updated upload of information at the county in statewide levels, But that tabulation is done. And now boards of the county and state level comprised of people from both parties will review the procedures and counts of the entire election before the results are certified officials So we've Got a lot of checks and balances built in the process for good reason into really insure. People can have faith in the results of the election, regardless of how they go there. There's the lawsuit. Of course, there are a few of them now happening in Michigan, Georgia, Pennsylvania. Where else? I'm not sure. But there'll be others. I'm sure With his suit, which was filed, according to Beth LeBlanc, in this morning's Detroit News, filed in Michigan's Court of Claims wants Michigan's count stopped quote until meaningful access has been granted to observe the process. I've been getting notes and letters from people who are saying that they tried to enter TCF Center and volunteer is a poll worker in any capacity needed, but they were saying that no one except the press they believe security and attorneys We're allowed entry. And and they also went on to say that when they tried when GOP members tried to challenge all of a sudden, the people said, Wait a minute. It's a 6 ft. Covert rule. You've got to get away from me. But they weren't doing that to everybody. And, of course, if you're wearing a mask, it's not the legal answer there about the coded the 6 ft. And how in the world can you challenge or observe if you can't get within 6 Ft. Of somebody doing the counting? Procedures in place for challengers all across the state has been well established a uniform all across the state. And you know, we issued directive prior to the election on that to protect everyone's health and safety, but also ensure that the ability to observe the process within place on DH, So I've said repeatedly word a moment here where we knew and always have known there would be attempts to sow seeds of doubt in the process in the integrity of our process on DH if people were unhappy with the results of the election So that is a lot of what we're seeing here, But I stand by our work. I stand by the voters. I stand by the hard work of our election administrators, which has been very transparent from the beginning, and you know any conversations through litigation, otherwise in the days ahead, are simply just going to continue to reveal that truth. I'm very confident in that on so I hope everyone will simply just look at the facts in the data and accurate information moving forward and recognized that we're still in a moment where people are going to try to spread Misinformation is a way to undermine the truth on DH. Really? What What occurred in Michigan is a reflection of the will of the voters. Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson with us on the pole over you, Smith, Sho W Jr and I guess another question I had was when they sue. Are they suing you? Are they suing the secretary of State's office or or or what? Yeah, People have have sued the state for various reasons. This is you know, as you mentioned, it's not just Michigan. This is unfortunately the escalation of the election litigation. Process has been really increased exponentially over the past election season on so we're you know, the attorney general in our office have been working together, took and make sure that we follow the law. We follow our secure protocols. We ensure transparency and all the rest. That's just important to me. Period on you. No way worked to ensure every ballot. Bout with counted by a pair of election workers, one from each majority party to prevent any political bias. So, ah, and a number of other secure protocols that were part of the reason why we took some time to ensure the account went smoothly and accurately. It's a bottom line, in my view is the public interest of the results of the election or an accurate reflection of the well of the people and I do hope that people respect that. However, we still got lots of Checks and balances in the processes I mentioned that will continue to review the procedures and counts just as we do in every election before they're sort of find official on network continues in the 13 days ahead, 12 now if

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"mrs lincoln" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:11 min | 11 months ago

"mrs lincoln" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Judged ECT psychoactive drugs and shot down the streets like dogs that Mrs Lincoln how did the play go how was that play with a gunshot was a little little distracting from the dialogue what a what a bleak picture lots of people are talking about talking about not they called its operation chaos and not to rush Limbaugh rush we talked about this years ago but there's there are people there's a conservative defense fund in South Carolina the Greenville based organization conservative defense fund announced in the official launch of operation chaos twenty twenty and the effort is encouraging the encouraging voters in South Carolina to vote to cast their ballots for the craziest candidate thereby helping president trump win in November well full stop craziest candidate is Bernie I mean they're all a little crazy but Bernie I think leads the pack Curtis are you going to vote for Bernie Sanders Saturday maybe so I was talking to some of my Republican friends yesterday about that and that you know the thinking is that like you said it was okay okay awesome and the cure in the end okay but that be considered election meddling if we did that you know I've just never liked the idea of not voting your heart and who you want to win but there is something to be said she she wants a big advocate of this he voted for Bernie my my colleague here on the Salem is Salem media group voted for Bernie Sanders in the Virginia primary were hit where he lives I think Brian's gonna do the same thing Hey Brian has a goal you voted for Bernie I'm absolutely vote for Bernie I'm all diehard trump supporters I was in a few thousand sixteen also the resembled what Bernie is let's have the Socialist Party right now this year I haven't for years from now let's have it this year and let's crush let's crush it now yeah you know let's try it now let's send it packing where it belongs which is the trash the trash heap yes this part operation chaos I encourage everybody to do the same thing well the last president trump tells me not to on Friday when he's in north Charleston it is rally all right so let me but let me give you the the big the big come back the people say about Bernie because you're not always filling arenas he's got lots of enthusiasm dare I say trump like excitement right let me ask you a question right do you are you have any concerns about being having to be careful what you wish for the burning might just elected he won't let that this point now let's not wait for years I'm with you I'm with you I think that's the right answer I think you're absolutely correct and have it now have it now let's get it over with let's let let's have this this debate right here and right now because it's time to put this nonsense about free college Hillary started this this was tailored to get free college for there's nothing free that's like some scam you get you hear on TV on the late night hours we're going to give.

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"mrs lincoln" Discussed on Unobscured

Unobscured

11:10 min | 1 year ago

"mrs lincoln" Discussed on Unobscured

"SPIRITUALISTS had to keep up the fight. Even as the war raged on Ohio spiritualist author. Hudson Tuttle wrote reams of anti radical anti-reform articles in May of eighteen sixty two he complained. That's the universal grasp of spiritualism has gathered the floating rubbish of the seas of mankind. This was his view on spirit messages. That argued for liberty the land reformer was sure. The spirits were land reformers. He wrote the advocate of women's rights was equally sure that they advocated his hobby then even in the midst the conflict the banner of light published titles opinions. He wasn't alone North or South on the matter of slavery and abolition. Reformers like like sojourner truth and the post face comments from Christian spiritualists who believe that God permitted slavery and that it was part of a divine law they were the kinds of positions positions that had pushed Isaac and amy post out of their religious tradition in the first place. The anti reform impulsive men like tuttle was echoed and reinforced. I among many of the mediums. We've already met Cora. For example hosted the spirit of Thomas Jefferson at one spirit lecture in May of eighteen sixty one through her are his voice criticized radicals and told them to stop fighting against slavery when his persona argued that the war was the result of slaveholders. Bigotry clashing clashing with the reformers fantasies him chorus. Thomas Jefferson offered listeners. The sort of blame for both sides. That's all too familiar and disheartening today. And just like the pulpits public squares. Across the nation. The seance table and the spiritualist lecturer were battlegrounds. The grip of slaveholders power and white supremacy still choked out real condemnations of the expansion of slavery that came with the Kansas Nebraska Act the fugitive slave act the annexation of Texas US and the Mexican war and everywhere it traveled both in the United States and across oceans. Spiritualism was deeply and inescapably political as the question of slavery split the nation. So it split spiritualists as well so it's not so strange after all that spiritualist believers in positions of power would turn to the other world for guidance in Washington. DC though spiritualist heard the voices of dead soldiers dead presidents and lamenting profits but when Cranston. Laurie pulled up to the foster's house in an unusually elegant carriage to bring Nettie to say it's it was a surprise to her cushioned gene by Crimson Satin on the road. Nettie would later write that. She should have known what was coming but she was so distracted by the trouble of getting her brother. The proper travel papers that she barely early notice that the carriage door was opened for her by a well dressed footmen when she arrived at the lorries house. Nettie was greeted by a circle of new faces. The Secretary Secretary of interior the chief clerk of the Treasury the Commissioner of Agriculture Congressman from Maine and of course Mary Todd Lincoln from their very first meeting thing. That Nettie remembered was Mary. Lincoln's eagerness she was determined to hear from the spirits in fact. It made Nettie so nervous. That Mrs Lincoln Lincoln spent the first few minutes trying to calm the medium by assuring her that her family would be taken care of. Her brother was sure to get his furlough and travel home when Nettie had settled into a seats and the believers gathered around her a new and powerful influence took possession of her body. It spoke she later. wrote with great great clearness and force when Nettie finally came back to herself. Mrs Lincoln Exclaiming to the men in the room. This young lady must not leave Washington. She must stay here. and Mr Lincoln must hear what we have heard to keep nutty in the capital. Mary Lincoln turn to the Commissioner of Agriculture and told him to Fi- Nettie a position in his department but she hardly had time to claim the role. Two days later Nettie received a second invitation from the first lady. This time. To hold a seance inside the White House. If her memory was right when she finally wrote her memoir she arrived in the Red Parlor for the first time in December of eighteen sixty two when the group filed in Mary. Lincoln met them Cranston. Laurie's daughter Bell was with them. And while the group talked she sat down at the piano a march began to play play and soon as the piano so often did under bells hands. The whole instrument began to rise from the floor but everything fell silent and the instrument landed back on the floor. The moments Abraham Lincoln stepped into the doorway one by one the mediums were introduced to the president as Nettie describes exits. He laid his hands on her head sane. So this is our little nettie. Is it that we have heard so much about the pair talked for a few minutes. Lincoln asking about Netease understanding of spiritualism although she was hardly able to squeak out more than a yes or no CRANSTON. Laurie step forward to explain how they ordinarily narrowly conducted their seances. But even as he did Nettie fell into a trance it was time for the Congress of the spirits to be heard in her memoir. Nettie wrote that. The spirits lectured through her for more than an hour and they urged the president to go forward with something that he was already. Considering the emancipation proclamation acclimation he was charged she later wrote with the utmost solemnity and force of manner not to abate the terms of its issue and not to delay its enforcement as a law beyond the opening of the year and he was assured that it was to be the crowning event of his administration and his life. Nettie never forgot what she saw when she came back to herself. She stood in front of the president who is sitting back in his chair with his arms folded on his chest looking intently intently at her silence had settled a blanket over the room. Eventually the others began to question Lincoln. They circled him and muttered commentary commentary. That Nettie couldn't hear Lincoln said very little until the flurry die down. Then he approached Nettie and thanked her. He shook her hand kindly now to the rest and vanished from the room. It wasn't the last time Nettie would see Lincoln. Of course there was no question that it was Mary. Lincoln who is was the most enthusiastic about spirit communication with that impulse had been planted by her friend Elizabeth chemically. Here's historian Margaret Washington Abraham Lincoln. After his son Willie died went to a spirituous. His wife convinced him to go and she became interested in spiritualism isn't because her what would you call this woman dressmaker. She was more than a dressmaker. She was the confidence he was addressed maker. She dressed her hair but she was was a former slave. Her son had passed for white so he could join the Union army at a time when they weren't taking black people and and he was killed almost immediately and that was her only child so spiritualism was very important to her then after Willie Lincoln died then. She introduced Mary. Todd Lincoln to spiritualism and Mary Todd. Lincoln took it very seriously Lincoln again for his part seems to have indulged his wife's enthusiasm at times he even made playful examinations of the spirit manifestations in Cranston. Laurie Circle most famously asleep. In the winter of eighteen sixty three he appeared with Mary. Unexpectedly at a seance circle that was being hosted at the lorries home. Nettie was there that night and she was controlled by the spirit of doctor. Who recommended that Lincoln? Take a tour of the battlefront to raise the dwindling morale of the union troops. But she wasn't the only medium working that night CRANSTON's daughter Bell had once again sat down at the piano as she played under the control of the spirits her piano began to rise and fall in time with the music. Then Bell stood up and rested on outstretched arm on the piano as it continued to move on its own. That's when Lincoln step toward it. He leaned down to see what he could detect beneath it. He swept his arm under the raise. Legs of the piano but didn't find anything turning to the group with a mischievous smile. He said I think we can hold down that instrument and he turned and jumped on top of the piano. A congressman from Maine followed his lead along with a few others but even with the added weight the piano rising and falling in time with music. No one in the group could find a hidden device causing the motion. Either the spiritualists there later remembered hearing Lincoln say that he was perfectly satisfied by the movement was caused by some invisible power in a later conversation with Cranston. Laurie Sorry Lincoln would say that he could neither confirm nor deny the spiritual origin of the powers. He had seen whether they spoke through Nettie or levitated a piano from time to time though he would pause from his duties to hear a spirit lecture from Nettie if she was visiting Mary Lincoln in the White House in his lawyer. Lee Way. This was the most Lincoln ever seem to say about the question of spiritualism usually it seems he was merely a silent spectator looking back. We can see how other concerns concerns must have required his full attention. Word eventually got out though that the president was sometimes willing to hear from the spirits even before that rumors with venomous tone were often launched by his critics. Who saw an opportunity to accuse the president of demonizing the country in eighteen sixty three one? An anonymous author published a short book under the title Interior Cause of the war the nation demonized and its president. A spirit rapper. It may have pushed some away from Lincoln but it also brought spiritualists to his cause the various camps from trance lecturers to the travelling healers and the private mediums finally drew together enough to hold a national spiritualist convention in eighteen sixty four bringing members from across the northern states and served to fuel Lincoln's reelection campaign because it wasn't just one meeting but tides of rallies and conventions that gathered spiritualist together and once they were under one roof. They talk just as much about politics as they did about theology just as they had in Rochester in eighteen forty eight the spiritualist disagreed on a thunderous call for perfect and entire equality of rights. Between the sexes. Liberty was the responsibility of the harmonious men and women who so follow the Spirit's like the front page of Frederick Douglass Northstar from sixteen years before they rejected the idea that sex in any instance whatever confers the slightest authority the remaining spiritualist who rejected the reform.

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Who's to blame for the Chicago Bears' issues?

Sean Pendergast

03:57 min | 1 year ago

Who's to blame for the Chicago Bears' issues?

"We got a couple minutes to spend with a guy who knows his way around the national public as well as anyone I know we're gonna go Chicago's Pacific with them early in in touch on a bunch of league topics he knows the bears because easy NFL insider for the score in Chicago executive editor pro football weekly and does some time I work for Westwood One our buddy Hobart to shop to board with us here on CBS sports radio how are you how yeah you know yeah good to well not good because subject fan but you you you we do use it of course if we bear and your guys got to cover the bears and I'm sure there are nappy folks in Chicago as well their offense isn't is good is it supposed to be their defense isn't as good as opposed to being the counting isn't quite as good as it's supposed to be other than that how is the play Mrs Lincoln you point the biggest finger at well I mean it's a bit of a puzzle right now as you just said all three things and so forth and like as much special teams not as good as they're supposed to be there is no question that the talent on that football team is better than three in five minutes a lot closer to the team that you saw the last ninety minutes of the third period in the first five minutes of the fourth president was the rest of the game and yet they've been playing that way for the last four weeks and so at the end of the day it starts with the boss the head coach Matt Nagy the is the reigning NFL coach of the year you don't win those words and complete flukes you know he obviously did some things very well last year he is still relatively young as head coaches go but his area of expertise which is the offense is the biggest problem for the football team right now yeah and and probably I realized today cover in that game balls and equally big problem is the fact that you can be an offense of all he wants is the head coach of the football team yeah when you got last year was number three seed in the autopsy not showing up there what was a must win game and they clearly didn't show up in the first half the more problems than just you know the quarterback of the offenses scheme or whatever it may be and so I think a big part of the problem right now is the man that you need to stop and say okay I'm the head coach you're not the offensive coordinator will probably need to hand off his play calling duties used up by you guys on the staff who done it not capable of doing it and they need somebody running the football team twenty four seven and for sixty minutes outside intriguing way to look at it who are those guys who do you think is the top guy DD would potentially hand play calling duties often on one of his assistant coaches our senses Brad Childress who's been a head coach in the NFL is called plays in the NFL not he is not a devil okay if you will of the modern day west coast than Andy Reid talked to Doug Peterson and and met Nagy was all it was part of all that but he's more of a sure west coast guy he's not gonna be as adventuresome as neck you would be but but he has one and gone to championship games in the NFL as an offense of coach I think even a better prospect could very well be mark Helfrich course was the head coach in Oregon when they were threatening to win a national title with Marcus Mariota at quarterback he is a little more create a little more adventurous and he's a guy it definitely do it and really a guy who's been in training call numbers your spouse former movie objectives were gone who is his quarterback coach in who did get a little training during your exhibition season called place no last exhibition game to give him a taste of that so between those two guys even as it was just for a game or two so that he could focus on getting other things straightened out he's got plenty of play calling ability or at least

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"mrs lincoln" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"mrs lincoln" Discussed on Le Show

"Of these species are in serious danger. This breeding range of them saltmarsh Sparrow, Virginia to Maine. They got sixty thousand birds still sea level rise can negatively impact breeding seaside and salt Marsh sparrows by reducing the amount of available habitat. But I wouldn't worry about that the not even the army chorus heard about that yet. And by creasing nest flooding areas to the high human population densities in case, you didn't notice the mid Atlantic states. Also makes it difficult. Make a difficult for sparrows to thrive in the region. So don't be buying. No, Sparrow futures. But there's good news. Can't be some good news. Researchers from the UK in Spain of identified an eco-friendly solid. They're doing this a solid the could replace the inefficient and polluting gases used in refrigerators air-conditioners that would be that would be a thing when put under pressure plastic crystals of Neo pen. Pencil glycol Neo pent toll glycol, it's not as hard as it. Looks deal. Pentag- l'aigle yield huge cooling effects enough that they are competitive with conventional coolants, the material is digitally, is inexpensive widely available and functions at close to room temperature. The tales are published in the journal nature communications. Gases are currently used gases currently used in the vast majority refrigerators and air conditioners, hydrofluorocarbons hydrocarbons are toxic and flammable side from that MRs Lincoln when they leak into the air, they also contributed global warming. They're also relatively inefficient says one of the leaders of the research that's important because refrigeration and airconditioning currently devour a.

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Why did Manafort judge throw guidelines out the window?

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:09 min | 2 years ago

Why did Manafort judge throw guidelines out the window?

"We'll pull Manafort have more time tacked onto the forty seven months that he got in the northern Virginia case. Yes, he will the DC case is very different case. And here's why the sentencing guidelines for Manafort in DC are way above even the statutory maximum. And when that happens, the sentencing guidelines automatically become the statutory maximum in DC, that's two counts. Five years each you, add those up you get ten years. So that's the recommended guidelines right out of the gate for the judge is that ten year maximum that doesn't mean that she'll sentenced him to the full ten years. She might still go below the guidelines based on aggravating or mitigate or really mitigating factors not aggravating factors. So she she. Could go below those guidelines, but she will certainly be thinking about the sentence that Paul Manafort received whether she speaks about it or so so Danny let me ask you given the length of time that Paul Manafort created are engaged in these crimes and given the fact that he did it at the highest levels of government, and given that actually could be argued that it damaged American democracy of how in the world could this judge go so far below guidelines. The simple answer is because he can the sentencing guidelines for well. Over a decade now have been advisory only. And that means that judges can go below the sentencing guidelines as long as they shocked that he did. Yes, I was. And in fact, it's on the record. I did believe the judge would go below the sentencing guidelines, but I was thinking more on the order of ten. In years to fifteen years not for the not in the five year range. But if you look at the statistics, if you look at all defendants are almost all defendants sixty nine years of age or older who are sentenced in the federal system. Most of them get in about the five year range and most fraud and similar cases get much lower sentences. Remember, the guidelines are not a representation or an empirical study of how recent sentences have gone, they are prominently gated by the sentencing commission, and in fact, often you see that courts, go below and they can go above the guidelines because they legally can do so and have been able to do. So for many years now, Barbara mcquade, I would ask you how you feel about the sense given. But I know how you feel because you're on the top of the fold here in the New York Times a quote from you calling the sentence atrociously low and absurd. I'll ask you to explain that. There's also another element of this prosecutor said in coach. It yesterday effectively. Yes, we talked about Paul Manafort for fifty hours. We got nothing value for him. In fact, we know now that he lied to us. Yeah. I think that this sentence is atrocious. Low forty seven months out of a range of nineteen to twenty four years. And actually, this is something you see quite a bit in white collar cases as Danny said even out of the gate. He was expecting a sentence of ten to fifteen years. And I think it is Joe described the evidence of two America's we see this very frequently in white collar crime cases, where defendants get a huge break on their sentencing guidelines. They say things just like Paul Manafort said that I feel shame. I feel like I've already been punished because of the embarrassment. I feel among my peers, well, tell that to the indigent defendant who doesn't have prominent people to write letters for them to vote for them all of their good works to say that he has led and otherwise blameless life is like the old joke about other than that. How was the play MRs Lincoln he committed fifty five million dollars in infra? God over an extensive period of time failed to pay six million dollars in taxes. It's a serious crime. And you got a slap on the wrist. And I think for that people should be outraged.

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"mrs lincoln" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"mrs lincoln" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The hat other than that MRs Lincoln how was the play. But. Did you did you like them though? I mean other than that. Yeah. I mean, I think that was just kind of like a weird end to the day. But other than that like we had a really good time. Okay. Well, here's here's the deal. Marissa Jordan really liked you had nothing. But really glowing things to say about you. So he's on the other line. He's been listening. He's here a not here. But he's on the phone Jordan say hi to Marissa Marissa's say hi to Jordan. Hello there. Hi. So I I. Trying to get this. Correct. Like, you were you're not looking to date anyone right now. I did I thinking of it as a hookup for me. Well. The hook up. Why did you like agree to go to like dinner, and he ride and all that stuff that I planned out like date, if you wanna just hook up, you know? Well, you know, I'm the I I I'm not saying I didn't think it would have potential. I think I I realized afterwards that what what? Oh my God. My friends are going gonna love this. No, I'm so sorry. It's not personal. I just like have you ever hooked up with a girl? And then it just wasn't right. I mean, I didn't I didn't know orientation debate that we were going to have sex. You know, otherwise, I would have shaved. And then prepared. I'm. Yeah. I. It's just like, you know, I'm sure you don't know what it feels like to rub against an entire body of several. I know I leaving out my legs rub together against themselves. When I know what you're talking about. This is the best dumb byproduct of having to of doing these competitions. I wish I didn't have to my body. But it's it's a part of it. Anyway. You know? Well, let me cut to the chase. This doesn't seem as Alexis would say this isn't seem insurmountable. We gave you a gift card for another date. And maybe some waxing would do you guys like to go out on another date on us? You know, I I did have a really good time. I just feel like things got off track. But maybe we can get. Know each other. Oh, a serious. I mean. Yeah. Great. Let's just say quickly. There we go. Wow. Today. Guys, never know. Okay. Here's the deal guys..

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"mrs lincoln" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"mrs lincoln" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Other than that MRs Lincoln, how was the play. But. Did you did you like him though? I mean other than that. Yeah. I mean, I think that was just kind of like a weird end to the day. But other than that like we had a really good time. Okay. Well, here's here's the deal. Marissa Jordan really liked you had nothing. But really glowing things to say about you. So he's on the other line. He's been listening. He's here a lot here. But he's on the phone Jordan say hi to Marisa Orissa say hi to Jordan. Hello there. Hi. So I think I'm just trying to get this. Correct. Like, you were you're just looking not looking to date anyone right now. I did I was kinda thinking of it as a hookup for me. Well. I mean, it was a hook up. Why did you like agree to debit like dinner, and the he ride and all that stuff planned out like the date like if you wanna just hook up? I, you know. Well, you know, I'm not I I'm not saying I didn't think it would have potential. I think I I realized afterwards that what do I do? Oh my God. My friends are gonna love this. No, I'm so sorry. It's not personal. I don't have you ever hooked up with a girl. And then it just wasn't right. I mean, I didn't I didn't know orientate that we were going to have sex. You know, otherwise, I would have you know, shaved and then prepared. Yeah. I. It's just like, you know, I'm sure you don't know what it feels like just to rob against the entire body. Several. I know I know I believe it or not my legs rub together against themselves. When I believe in it. I know what you're talking about. It's. This is the best dumb byproduct of having to of doing these competitions. I wish I didn't have to shoot my body. But it's just it's a part of it. Anyway. Well, let me cut to the chase. This doesn't seem as Alexis would say this doesn't seem insurmountable. We gave you a gift card for another date. And maybe some waxing would do you guys like to go out on another date on us? You know, I I did have a really good time. I just feel like things got off track. But maybe we can kind of slow down a bit get to know each other. Oh, a serious. I mean. Yeah. Great. Let's just say yes quickly. Don't look there. We go. Today. Guys, never know. Okay. Here's.

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"mrs lincoln" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"mrs lincoln" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Little hair swords. Yeah. He's a really nice guy. But it was just like so uncomfortable. And he was also kind of like smelly from all the protein. Oh. Happy kind of had this like body odor. Like just like bikes WGN sweaty meat sweats. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Nat other than that. Mrs lincoln. How was the play? Did you did you like him though? I mean other than that. Yeah. I mean, I think that was just kind of like a weird end to the day. But other than that like we had a really good time. Okay. Well, here's here's the deal. Marissa Jordan really liked you had nothing. But really glowing things to say about you. So he's on the other line. He's been listening. He's here not here. But he's on the phone Jordan say hi to Marissa Marissa's say hi to Jordan. Hello there. Hi. So I I. Trying to get this. Correct. Like, you were you're not looking to date anyone right now. I did I was thinking of it as a hookup for me. Oh well. I mean, it was the hook up. Why did you like agree to dinner, and what the hay ride and all that stuff planned out like date, like if you wanna just hook up, you know? Well, you know, I'm I I'm not saying I didn't think it would have potential. I think I I realized afterwards that what what oh my God. My friends are gonna love this. No, I'm not personal. I just like have you ever hooked up with a girl? And then it just wasn't right. I mean, I didn't I didn't know orientation debate that we were going to have sex. You know, otherwise, I would have you know, shaved and prepared. Yeah. I. It's just like, you know, I'm sure you don't know what it feels like just to rub against the entire body. Several. I know I leaving out my legs rub together against themselves. When I sleep in it. I know what you're talking about. This is the best dumb byproduct of having of doing these competitions. I wish I didn't have to shoot my body. But it's it's a part of it. Anyway. You know? Well, let me cut to the chase. It just doesn't seem as Alexis would say this doesn't seem insurmountable. If we gave you a gift card for another date. And maybe some waxing would do if you guys like to go out on another date on us. I did have a really good time. I just feel like things got off track. But maybe we can kind of get to know each other. Are you serious? I mean. Yeah. Great Jordan, just say, yes. Quickly. There we go. Today. Guys, never know Alexis. Okay..

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"mrs lincoln" Discussed on Teen Creeps

Teen Creeps

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"mrs lincoln" Discussed on Teen Creeps

"I should know. That because so in this civil war flashback, we discover that an ancestor of Lena's an ancestor of ethan's were in love, Ethan, gets shot by union soldiers little and. And Genevieve, Lena's ancestor. If why didn't they both have. That was so weird. Yeah. I know. Ethan, but hers is Jennifer. Whatever, what can make my life easy. If we're going to do it really half assing, it would have been cool if like Lena was somehow short for Genevieve or something. So it's. Then you can have it not be super on the nose, but still like make sense for parallels, or here's an idea that they don't have the same. Yeah, he. So he gets shot. She has powers goes to the book of the moon. Yes. And searches for a spell to prevent his death or bring him back from the dead? Yes, super dark magic. It's not guaranteed and it will cost her something. So in the not guaranteed front doesn't work. He is and in the cost or something. Whole families curse forever. So some of them are, which is not something are monsters. Yeah. Uncle is a succulents. Yeah, incubus I didn't get no. Stub traina. We are sucky by a whatever you identify. Yeah, I didn't get some people close binary. Yeah. I get why people were like some were casters and some were like non human. Right? And how is he related to them as technically non human? If that's part of the share, the filing system for that is. They're technically not human because I in watching. It's so sad that I was like skipping through go. Okay. Just wanna be clear on this. The mom Serafino who steals MRs. Lincoln's body? Yeah. Who's the mom of ethan's best? Friend link link is played by Emma Thompson for one thing that never sheds her skin. Unlike in the I like I loved it shit like crack passing with cool. Bad ass. Some other way..

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"mrs lincoln" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"mrs lincoln" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I He's is close off over. There, oh Okay is he. Here Out? Here. On. The phone yeah Okay let's, go ahead and ask you Andrew or are you? There Yeah I'm here okay I know dawn. Just talked to. You here's the deal let me tell you like I. Tell my. Other guests you're lucky you're. Live on the radio, you're live right now. And here's the deal we do a segment called second chance romance where we try to reconnect people that went on a date and. Kind of lost contact and that's. Where you come in somebody wrote us about you and have you gone out with a? Lady, named Brittany. Recently I have okay Would you mind if I ask and, this is weird, I will admit would you mind if I ask you why you didn't call her back or why you? Too lost. Contact Well I'm just Ronald care. To be, honest, I mean Sorry The? Club Why are you scared Even. The Cuban, remember me I mean she shed. A lot. Going on she did, that's why we're actually that's why we're calling you on a radio show because we take these emails from folks and. She emailed us Don Emailed her back we talked to her she liked you well I mean from what we can gather and Yeah Okay She just seemed really distracted during our. Date Okay that makes sense okay Anything else about that? Anything. More, in what way. She Very honest, with me I, mean I'll give her points for that but she she? She She dates a lot of. People I, mean she's been out with. Something like, forty guys so far from dating, apps I, mean, that's Okay Oh. Okay Interval Our. Back she told me she was having another date right after me At the same restaurant so Yeah it was like team dating or. Something Thank you for letting me, know but? He, like number like a number you know All right Well did you other than. That MRs Lincoln was. The play No It's really not? You Other Other than the fact that Other than that did you were you liking her before? That moment, before, that, moment I mean obviously we we exchanged Through the app and? I liked, her, pictures, or smile Yeah I mean during the, date my friend during the. Day I. Understand. Yeah. Yeah I, mean I I did until she said she's had another date right after the catch threw me. Extracting it was, very Yeah. It. Was. Hard to, get through the surface if you will you know changes the mood Walker me it just it's. Kind of like This is smiling face you like. This. But, she's. Gonna say that to the guy after me. Or something you, felt like you were in a live. Version of the bachelor yeah yeah Oh yes that's not a. Good. Feeling Okay Well, Andrew you seem like a very nice. Man so I'm gonna in this. Quickly We talked. To Brittany obviously and we actually We, have Brittany, on. The other line so Britney. Let's. Yeah Britney Brittany say. Hi to Andrew Andrew say, hi to Brittany Hi and thank you. For, answering you're welcome like I guess you. Heard what, Britney you. Heard. What Andrew had to say. You. Were obviously a yeah Do you wanna. Say I just want you to know that you were the number one guy I wanted to This Oh thank thank this. Night I mean the guy afternoon turned out to. Be, totally not my type That's interesting you say that, because actually hung out at. The bar, for a little bit and I. I saw, you with him I mean it looked like you were pretty Wait what Well let me you can. Understand Brittany why that would upset. Someone am, I mean you can get it why you why they would feel, that. Way, right Yeah but I mean in regards to what he's saying I mean Probably just being friendly because I'm an,.

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"mrs lincoln" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"mrs lincoln" Discussed on Recode Decode

"Each and every day each and every week slightly more outrageous and if some point whether it is in the firing of muller and that investigation whether it's asking the intelligence community or the fbi to give up classified information inappropriately for partisan purposes i think we're going to have that that moment where all of us in this room are gonna have to decide on which side of the line we stand you don't think we've hit that one already i think we have for a lot of the men and women i work with on i'm great friends with on the republican side we've not hit it with them but i think we're we get a mazing lee close we got closer last week then i think people realized when the white house and some of its allies we're trying to force revealing of classified information to a republican only briefing on intelligence that's just not the way any administration has operated in the last seventy and win that line gets grossed what happens when that lying is truck cross an awful lot of the senators i work with said don't worry mark i'll be there if he crosses that line we'll see what happens all right on that note nothing like cheering you all up in the morning session other than that how is the theater mrs lincoln we're gonna take another break the thanks sponsors who bring this show too you will return to this interview from the code conference after this today's show is brought to you by ibm by twenty fifty the world population will reach nearly ten billion and food production will need grow by seventy percent what if artificial intelligence could help farmers are already using it help increase crop yields watson and the ibm cloud provides access to whether data an analyze satellite imagery to help the monitor soil moisture levels and to reduce water waste so as the population grows more food can be put on tables let's put smart to work find out how at ibm dot com slash smart.

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"mrs lincoln" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"mrs lincoln" Discussed on Le Show

"By kids it was the peanuts i see the mannequin about time a man said that latest gentlemen you know that by now that spooky gina hassle has been confirmed as the new director of the cia she supervised a torture site in i believe afghantistan thailand and she wrote the memo the cable authorizing the destruction of videotape evidence of cia torture aside from that mrs lincoln a great choice but maybe think that it's time now now that we have three successive administrations in the torture tip one that authorized torture one that ignored the duty to prosecute torture and one that rewards a torture it's time to take a look back musically at the show torture playlist.

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"mrs lincoln" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"mrs lincoln" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"So size matches he says to find out more answers sports reporter ben sutherland whether the comments with tongueincheek goes drachen has quite history at live playing with generally she fought you'll miss thinks of them is like a battle going in there two not necessarily poke fun but he's definitely sees a bit of this area and there are a lot of times in the past when he's he's made jokes in take it on journalists listen in various ways so are not totally shield all of this is to be taken that seriously but clearly the point about this was luke scotland started this campaign very poorly but the last six games they've been unbeaten they've come devastatingly close to making the playoffs the world cup they've only got out on goal difference he fails the is plays really gave everything and to not quite have made it because they've lost down goal difference is very disappointed for them so rather than may be focus on where they folding shore as it were they're looking looking at a different factor so then is it a little bit of sound great so does highlights have something to do with whether you're a successful football player well lo i mean one of the things that you said was if you look at you know in the last campaign we were the secondsmallest apart from spain now that's a pretty big appalled that sort of up there with you know apart from that mrs lincoln wall did you think of the play because effectively what you who king i hear is by no.

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"mrs lincoln" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"mrs lincoln" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"That you have you kansas wherever i go right hand just let him go and that was kind of a big points of emphasis last year one point when guys organic through zones you can't let a guy a receiver get three years old unless you are one hundred percent certain he's going to get picked up so that that's ultimately i think falls on gilmore but again it also speaks to the communication aspect and he gilmour's given up i think three big plays through two weeks outside of that now i know how's the play mrs lincoln but outside of that i feel more his terrific he only allowed one catch on three targets in limited preseason action he was outstanding in training camp i think the guy is going to be he's going to live up to the hype it's just you know you got to get rid of those big plays yeah i mean that's definitely a big part of it and let me ask you to about the the other part of this cornerback tanum that was supposed to be the best in the league through two weeks i think there are a lot of question marks about malcolm butler do you think his play is it all affected by the contract situation what happened in the offseason i know you reported this that he basically agreed do a contract for more than fifty million dollars with the saints in the side's couldn't work out a deal so it's like he basically already had that big deal in his pocket now give taken away from him and he has disorder prove it all over again is that at all affecting is player and has had i think that element has to be played because he admitted it just this week and the weird thing is he was so good i've said this it's almost too many times now he was the patriots best defensive player and training camp in i don't think there was a close second with how good he was and then it sort of started.

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"mrs lincoln" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"mrs lincoln" Discussed on WDRC

"Now back to the best than classic radio on hollywood 360 now let's get back to crime classics john f parker a member of the metropolitan police force of washing dumb the district of columbia john f parter around on air was about thirty five years old and he was married and the laughing lady you herdman was not his wife he had been on the union army little while but was dismissed from it for the good of moore effort his record shows that he couldn't hold an assignment twenty one beat karenni length of time for reasons ranging from sleeping in an alley on his beat are sleeping in a doorway on his beat this as a man who was assigned to guard president lincoln how to this happen simply mrs lincoln wrote a note here provost marshal jane's are or this is to certify that john f parker a member of the metropolitan police has been beantown produce a epic second give mansion by oughta mrs lincoln why did mrs lincoln rights uttamote no one ever askar's so i can say but we know the john f parker more or less sober appeared at the white house and he mrs lincoln had a small chat room as coffins depok i you must have had been rumors man about mr lincoln but mr lincoln ma'am vet that arkan spirit as and attempts will be made on his life is ma'am ma'am yes mr kaka may i ask you a question of costs why was is selected the body guide mr link because very merry prevail upon him prevail upon him now what's the matter listing and.

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"mrs lincoln" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"mrs lincoln" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"Matt agree more sam wants the murray's looking to you're he's got a 20team league here's owed options are out fine i'm their waiver wire nick williams prospects the phillies wants to know your thoughts on him and if he's worth a speculative vet well in a 20team league justify any by his worth a speculative ad and in my 20team league everybody gets added the minute they get called up or even before that they people don't wait because you never know nick williams could be really really good the problem with nick williams is he doesn't know what a ball on a strike is he's going to swing and miss an awful lot he is going to is not gonna take a lotta walks he's not really a stolen base guy and i'm not sure how much his power were really translate to the major leaks other than that know mrs lincoln how the play i think i mean i'd adamant twenty league and maybe like two seventy the rest of the way and hit a couple of home runs but there's downside here for batting average to like he could it tooth warning so be just be careful he is it is a nice athlete and i am i uh a much rather watch him play the michael saunders but this offense is just michael franco's never going to be the guy and oduber her i don't know what he was doing the first two years but he doing it now this philadelphia san diego series this week aj be happy you don't have to watch that no one's going to soared gladly blacked out absolute but blacked out for this one because allahhu scoring any runs the gonna me like a sixteen in game where it's one nothing or something on an error yeah nick williams put the keep keeper perspectives.

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"mrs lincoln" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"mrs lincoln" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Two man between the two families they would've been a bush presidency let alone a george w bush presidency but for ronald regular our ranking picking guy george pushes the habs at the convention detroit nineteen eighty and mrs lincoln never wanted george bush for the presidency coach you want to you know from paul outshot we would make soon found you know the eighties of great american but but i always thought that they were other candidates who probably made a little bit more sense jack camp and others but but they but they did did pick bush they did i think that along right regular well you know bush in eight years never your regular never had look over shoulder bush was a good vice president he defended the regular legacy is that he himself as always that loyal to run a regular he gave a marvelous speeches the reagan funeral but the but people around busch to gruden's of the world and others the sooners of the world have never gotten the right would you re can present see so they're the one two of always kind of denigrate his legacy the end and then you know try to try to demeanor somewhat what was different in nineteen eighty the nineteen seventy six and by the way every time rag and ran the establishment tried to stop yes i was different this well first goal regulars different you know most man to reach a point now lives in or thirty some forties where they adopt a settled view of the world and that becomes their view for the roster lives rickard was not static wrinkle is dynamic use constantly changing so you know the regular sixty four he gives a brilliant speech in in defense to bury gold water but he's often angry in that's the cheese and griffy a pair what purchase angry at the vietnam war each angry that you political establishment integrity attacks on very gold water.

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"mrs lincoln" Discussed on Radio Monterey

Radio Monterey

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"mrs lincoln" Discussed on Radio Monterey

"No this in the win for tremendous numbers in jobs and good for so other than that mrs lincoln how was the play yeah so all of these things all of these regulations he's done excel pipeline he will now have the power to lift that you d a will not be able stop it as far as i know the tell us and they won't bother to block any of this this is what you have been morning about yes it exactly what we happen morning about but there was some good news and state my ballot badger died in florida residents voted down a deceptive am ty so learn measure back to bite utility industry and intended to kill rooftops altered that's good and washington staying power i've heard voters rejected the nation's first statewide carbon tax that had been doomed in part by division among environmental groups over how the revenue should be used but it was also doomed by massive funding found also industry yes meanwhile the united nations climate negotiators are actually meeting right now and morocco to him around the next phase of the landmark paris climate agreement the first ever global framework to address climate change at the paris agreement was designed specifically to be honest trump proof and republican prove as possible it didn't come in to force just days before the us election and is now international off trump cannot legally with draw from the agreement for four years but he can all of us progress on putting a mission another worth you can completely ignore the agreement if you like that's right now other nation's.

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"mrs lincoln" Discussed on K2 Radio AM 1030

K2 Radio AM 1030

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"mrs lincoln" Discussed on K2 Radio AM 1030

"All year wedding is supposed to be one of the happiest nights in your life unless of course you spend it in jail police say that thirty one year old john twine play was upset on his body night because of rooms went was dancing in a proper late with his new bright police said family was visibly intoxicated when he began to cause a discernment app away shop the proves one to the ground and find of off duty police officer who call for back up immediately one britain a says the off duty police officer dan completely lost at an much as irk during the incident that annoying register reports of up to twenty officers that a ride and aggressively took to groom to the ground but not without twelve lee giving them a good fight the scuffled between the officers and if you wedding casts left five hundred dollars with the damage at the venue twice was arrested and charged criminal mischief assault on an officer and disorderly conduct some questions still remain about excessive use of force from the police officers from wedding rings to handcuff but not a sure everyone the newly led will never forget i lease we'll fox news get ready to seize the deal sees the deal offers one incredible deal every day cooled restaurants buyers vase services verge dyson and more eight area sees the deals not only do one we take the power of the group negotiate special deals during an awesome local mrs lincoln on our website now sees plenty they venue money amended dealt with back business network while parents are comfortable teaching basic saving can fighting to the children.

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