18 Burst results for "Ms Van"

"ms van" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:55 min | 3 months ago

"ms van" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Champions choke last year a horrible day at the office so i so bad but so it did t. s. up though i must say it up the women's movement title nine the year before all the things that i've been fighting forever equal opportunities boys and girls. He knows funny because everybody talks about how. This divided us actually brought everybody together. Did exactly what. I wanted it at all these parties. All these bets from people. Everybody was crazy at this time about this match what i wanted to ask you. Do you think bobby riggs really held strong about the role of women or was this just basically schtick that he developed to get a ten. I think a chauvinistic. I think he probably over the top for the match. But he's very kind person. But i think he's very chauvinist ethic was chauvinistic a great but a really nice chauvinist and he and i remained friends up until the day he died from prostate cancer. So the day. The match arrives and rigs enters accompanied by a bunch of young women. You enter like cleopatra carried on a train. Muscular guys obviously part of the show. Yeah you felt okay about that. I felt great because It's showtime and jerry. Perenco was quite sweet behind. You know before i came out he said i have this egyptian litter would do think he'd get in. I know you're feminist. You probably won't i said. Are you kidding it's showtime. This is perfect absolutely. I'll get up here. Let's have some fun you know. The crowd deserves a good show. Obviously i was about ready to die. Because i'm gonna win this match. I mean the re you know the reality of it. But i also your fans always come first so I said no. I'll get on there and he fainted. He said you will. I said yes. Of course i will showtime. Let's hear a little bit of showtime here up. I want to listen to a little bit of howard. Cosell district your entrance. Let's listen to this headline monday night. Football it's not the usual at that ms van happening. Come billy team. Perry attractive young mighty. He ever remind her grow downward shoulder sucker glances office. You'd have some funny fine from hollywood spring..

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"ms van" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

05:48 min | 4 months ago

"ms van" Discussed on Around the NFL

"End but that but that tells me ian was city on this news. Knew it all along. And he wasn't ever gonna report it but then that's a bad job by in because that is something you know but you know how it works there. They can't do it he had it the whole time. And then what. He's going to clarify the situation. And maybe that's why. Maybe that's why ian didn't tweet it out because he is a power broker in the game of nfl information right in. Brady's people were telling him. Hey i want you to hold this. Maybe maybe we start the season. Zero to maybe. Tom throws three picks in the first couple. Then we're going to strongly drop. Oh by the way you know that guy won the super bowl on fully tornadoes mc l. In your go ya hit ghostwriter your full go let that thing fly. You know so. It's like they had in his back pocket. They were gonna give the go. Go go team go signal to the insiders. In this case ian like when brady threw three intercept and this sticks and a lot of people's not me so much. 'cause team brady now greg. Is you know. But he threw three interceptions in the nfc championship game. If the packers ray able to take advantage of that and win that game that mc l. Tear story comes out monday after coming then or by that this about this hypothetical. How about this pathetic. Let me let me real quick. And then you can take things about the show up or training camps right protein. Shake money a lot of cocaine. So i'm so excited We're gonna know immediately who's vaccinated. Who's not based on is just wearing masks or not wearing masks. Where ms van. What if brady's one of the unvaccinated and that becomes a huge story and instead it's like hey fire that mc l. story off. Let's let's get this unvaccinated. I'm not saying he is re isn't i'm just saying maybe that's the next mountain that some of these players are going to have to climb once the media sees as i go wearing a master's you not wearing a mask what's going on over here. It did get brady. Brady has been in the news. The the floodgates in terms of leaking to the media and keeping brady in the news is are definitely. Open post patriots. I mean it is a different legislative different vibe but what annoys me most about brady. Right now are the tweets from people who should know better. That are just like it's scary. How good. Tom brady is at this. Social media game and kate radi is the least funny person ever. We've had that gains of experience seeing him. Not be like a humorous guy. That's not his strength and suddenly everyone's like wow he's got these great zingers on twitter. It's like you think. Tom brady is really pounding. The twitter pavement. Give me a break out of people fall for this though. I do think however. Because he isn't funny at all. I do think he has his own. I do think he runs his own twitter. Greg and i think when he when he got that thing to work against bryson he hit it so hard right. I mean it was just like joe over over and over and over. It's like we get it. People laughed. it was funny. You took a shot at aaron rodgers. It was great enough. He hired the best social media team. Money can buy because. He's tom brady. Why wouldn't you in other news. You know this story concerns me because you know that i have a lot. Invested both financially and emotionally and the kicker club and young white coup had an incredible season for the atlanta falcons last season. He's first team all pro guys now. That first team sure did he got his jeep style. And and guess what's in the jeep bros. his lucky cleats. Here's what coup wrote on instagram in a post that an empty parking lot where his truck used to be. That sucks loved that. Nfc stole my jeep smh m. f.'s means you know estimates shaking my head. Can you just bring my cleats back though. I won't even be mad bro. Just bring all my cleats back. So i can go kick. How about a reboot money. I know you know the One of my favorite movies of all time and one that As a child. I watched endlessly peewee big adventure when peewee goes on the hunt for his stolen bike. Ends up in the alamo. There's no basement in the alamo. Jan hooks said famous basement. How 'bout coup looking for his cleats a monitored updating starring in nfl star. behind that. i can get behind that. He's a dynamic personality. You know i will say you're casting coup in this though right. Yes playing itself okay. Good looks like we're gonna i. Do we know where it was was it was in. The greater. atlanta area was in his hometown. Where whereas young who. What does the backdrop for this vehicles. Janoris jenkins left is like three hundred thousand dollar car at the airport for three weeks and then was surprised. It wasn't very smart. Your car stolen or significant breaking. I had the doors of my jeep stolen by a crackhead. The doors the doors. Why do you think of crackhead because that sounds like a professional job to get the doors off. No on a jeep they just slide right off because drive around with outdoors on a jeep wrangler. So and i know he was a crackhead because when i showed up at the courthouse wanting to fight the guy the day they arranged them. They're like hey take it easy man. The guy's really in bad shape. He's a drug addict. He was living on the street. he stole doors. We could buy more crack. And i'm like aright whatever i guess i'm supposed to have compassion for this guy and i had to drive around in a car with no frequent doors on it for two weeks. It's brutal.

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Two Versions of Chinese Defector Dong Jingwei's Whereabouts

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | 5 months ago

Two Versions of Chinese Defector Dong Jingwei's Whereabouts

"Since the revelation of the spy gate scandal. This would be a spy story of a different nature. So, according to the story, Jennifer Van Laar is reporting at Red State and we will ask her about it directly at the top of the next hour. The United States government may be in possession. Of a high levels. Uh, spy from China. He was under Biden's terminology. Just one of the spy cheese. You know Hunter Biden his whole business associations that we may be in possession of a spy from China. At the highest levels of the Intelligence infrastructure, the Chinese Communist Party. And he may be giving us folks the absolute mother lode of information. Now you may be saying, Dan, Why do you say May Well, I'm saying we may be in possession of because there are two completely different versions of this event. And both of them can't be true. One version of the event by Ms Van large reporting. He said. Yes, Anonymous sources from the intelligence community are telling me we have this source. He's given up the mother lode. Matter Fact he's given up things I'll get to in a minute. That are so Incredible. I mean, really, incredibly hard to digest and bear hug and get your arms around that, if true, it could be game changing for the United States and our national security. And the other version of events is No. We don't have this guy at all. We never had this guy. Matter of fact, he's in China now giving lectures. Obviously, ladies and gentlemen, both of those stories cannot be true at the same time. So I'll ask you again. What the heck is going on with Dong Jing Wei? That is the name

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"ms van" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:07 min | 5 months ago

"ms van" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Best time at Baxter and I'm Denise Pellegrini Attorneys Commerce Secretary Jeana Raimondo is at the forefront of the U. S effort to grow the U. S semiconductor industry. And she tells our David Westin. She really sees progress on trade issues, including aluminum and steel tariffs, so some great perspective as well on what's involved here for the Biden administration, including job creation. Let's listen in. As the president says, You know, America is back and we are back in the business of working with our allies here in Europe, So tell us about the larger canvas here of the work that you're getting done and let me ask you another specific, which is aluminum and steel tariffs that's been pending. Is there any estimate of when that might get resolved as it relates to the tariffs? You know, the Trump Administration put those in place? As I have said, in a number of occasions in way they've been very helpful and protecting our steel industry, inner steel workers, But We want to stay at the table with the EU to try to resolve the tariffs, while also, um dealing with the real problem here, which is over capacity of excess steel and aluminum, mostly driven by China. So we were going to work as hard as we can between now and December, 1st to see if we can come up with a resolution. Why that timeline because the EU Has suspended the retaliatory tariffs for the next six months. And that gives us some breathing room in order to see if we can make progress. As you know, Madam Secretary. Excess Steel capacity has been a problem in the world for a long time. Are you hopeful you can make enough progress with Europe, at least by December, 1 to actually take those tariffs off? I am hopeful. Uh, we have to be realistic. This is this is complicated. It's a complex issue. Steel. Um, is a critical industry in America and our steelworkers are obviously vitally important to us. Having said that I've spent hours in meetings with my counterparts here. They are committed to finding a solution, as are we and the president has directed all of us to Really in reinvigorate our relationships with our allies in the EU, So we're going to work as hard as we can. And at this point, I'm optimistic. It's in both of our interests. I think whether it's trade technology, cybersecurity, steel and aluminum tariffs, semiconductors It's in our mutual best interests to work with our allies to find solutions. Well, I'm finding solutions. I want to come back to something. The president has emphasized time and time again, Ambassador Tie has you have which is jobs and putting really jobs and creation and maintenance of US jobs at the center of US Trade policy? Typically, we think of their as being a tradeoff. Protectionism creates jobs, but it really damages trade. Is it a trade off? What can you do over there? In Europe? They will actually facilitate trade and create jobs back United States at the same time, Yes. So it's not a trade off in so far as in the long run, you know, we have to create jobs. We have to grow both of our economies. We also to recognize their different kinds of jobs, which is why we need to really have a focus on Re Skilling both in the EU and in America. But I would say is, if you think about technology and the digital economy, you know, massive job creation will occur in the EU in America in the coming years in the digital economy. If it is incumbent upon America and the EU, which which have shared values to set the rules of the road. And we certainly don't want countries like China setting the rules of the road. So if you think about artificial intelligence and the digital economy America and Europe, which share the same values share the same values around privacy protection. For example, we need to set the standards and the rules of the road, which will promote job growth. And also do it in a way, which is consistent with our values across the Atlantic. One of the things Madam secretary that is getting in the way of us jobs right now is some supply chain problems specifically semiconductors, although not limited to semiconductors. I know you're part of the president's task force with secretaries, Buddha Judge and Vilsack. When do we expect to make some progress on that? This is another perfect example where we have shared interest in this job creation opportunity. Right now, Both America and Europe are facing a supply shortage in semiconductors. And quite frankly, we are both vulnerable insofar as we're overly reliant on Asia for two mantra verse supply of semiconductors, so if we can re sure semiconductor manufacturing to America or to our ally countries in Europe It protects our supply chain increases our supply and creates jobs. So that is an area where working on every day all day every day. Semiconductor. You can't do anything without semiconductors. If you think about In the moment you woke up this morning until the moment you go to bed. You're relying on semiconductors. And so this is the top focus. We are making progress, and I'm extremely confident that we'll be able to work with the EU and our allies on this topic. So explain that if you can, madam Secretary I understand how re showing the United States of semiconductor production design and production. Would really help our supply chain here. How would re shoring to Europe? How would make sure that we had access to those semiconductors being manufactured over in Europe? Well, Europe are longstanding allies. I think we can all agree that we Much prefer to be reliant on a factory in Europe than in China, uh, in Europe than in other places around the world, so Our primary focus, of course, is making semiconductor chips in America creates jobs, and it's on our shore. But as between having semiconductor operation and you know France or Germany or You know another European country and Taiwan or China? I think that, um you know this clear value to shoring up the resources we have in our allied countries. Madam secretary. You mentioned China a couple of times. It's been mentioned. Also, for example, by EU Mission president Ms Van Denier with respect to the raw materials, talk about China and U. S jobs specifically, and one of the things that we could do to create jobs. United States is for Boeing to be able to sell 7 30 sevens into China in a way that they not be able to do is that on the agenda when you talk to your counterparts of China? Is that something we're talking with him about? It is it is. I think that with respect to China, we will continue to do business with them, and that is in our interest. You know, we have a tremendous amount of exports to China, and that's important for American businesses and American jobs. And so we need to You know, agree where we can find agreement and do business in all possible ways with China. However, we also have to protect Americans and American workers and American National security. I think the best thing that we can do in that regard is invest in America and you've been listening to Commerce Secretary General Mondo.

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"ms van" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

04:25 min | 6 months ago

"ms van" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"A pastry chef and a food writer. She lives in calgary which is a city in alberta noticed that her room temperature butter really wasn't a soft as it probably should have been pegged foam about canada for the economist. She did something that most people wouldn't do she tractor observations over the year and then she reached a conclusion. This was in december the consistency and texture butter had changed. In her opinion. She bought butter from different places and she realized that the texture is different than it used to be in the past and it's not just butter. Coffee shops have been complaining about the fact that they're latinos was not as full me as it should have been so canadians have been concerned by these findings. So what's what's the source of the mystery here. Why has canada's butter changed consistency fan. Rosa dull believes that better has become harder to get soft at room temperature and some of the conclusions have been reached by other people who have noticed the same thing they believe that farmers have been feeding their cows more palm oil products and uh said can be fed to cows. It helps them produce more milk. When ms van rosendahl posted her findings on social media she got this onslaught of other people sharing her suspicions thousands of people kind of chimed in and on social media. It was dubbed butter gate. So how did the former's response to that suggestion. The dairy farmers of canada. They're an industry group and they initially tried to palm off critics denials but under pressure they went from groveling to saying. We don't know if that's the case we're looking into it. So they've called an expert panel to assess the claims and they've urged farmers not to use palm products while it's being investigated by experts and they have academics from different institutions looking into the process of the butter being made right. But why though would palm oil be sort of snuck in there in the first place well palm oil products has been used and it's allowed to be used but really the underlying cause is the lockdown like people everywhere. Canadians were trapped at home and they began. Baking and demand for butter soared by twelve percent last year. According to the farmers the interesting thing about what happens in canada is that canada's dairy industry is protected by high tariff walls which means that imports could not fill the shortfall. So american dairy farmers could not be sending up more butter in order to make up for the shortfall of the demand that grew for better so farmers have to stick to a supply management policy meaning. They cannot simply buy more cows when demand source and in this case this is what led to them deciding that they had to make each cow produce more milk which is why they use the palmilla and if it was a problem that was caused by lockdowns is at one that can be reversed. Once lockdowns lift. Life gets a little bit back to normal. Well people were baking because they were shut in homes. I believe that canadians are going to start. Making less and lockdowns lifting in canada but the farmers have other problems looming in the us mexico. Canada agreement canada agreed to reduce certain barriers to american exports of dairy products that they have resisted reducing various for a long long time last december. The american dairy farmers they filed in enforcement action claiming that quotas do remain a problem getting their products to canada. So if canadians do buy more american dairy products they will be better off. But otherwise in selection choices protectionism has stopped the spread of derry. Goodness so we'll see what this new mexico canada.

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"ms van" Discussed on Open Campus Podcast

Open Campus Podcast

04:46 min | 7 months ago

"ms van" Discussed on Open Campus Podcast

"Now. If you listen to our last episode you would understand that referee. Gabriel already brought it up. So i am at beady. Corporal and van be is at ms van be at m. s. v. a. n. b. e. And that's where you can reach us on twitter and we do have an account Our podcast it's at campus podcast on twitter. We do. We have a whole twenty nine dollars. I forgot we had a twitter account. Did lick there's a reason and we have it and we may continue to use it. But like we said i it exists will probably use it sparingly. But it's hard enough to keep track of your own. Social media accounts that trying to a third one seemed a little bit ridiculous. So what we've decided is we'd really like to operate under ourselves as it relates to the show But you could at any of those right at cordial or at ms van. Be or at campus podcasts. And if you can read mine and tell her what She's thinking of what do tell me can i. Maybe wouldn't she still drawn a blank. You should see her off in the space. That's all she's been doing for the past. We also have an instagram account. Where you're gonna mention that. I'm gonna leave that up to you because because we have a new follower. Oh nice yeah. We have an instagram account. And i am ceremoniously trying to figure out what our handle is a lot easier if you just look up. Open campus podcast. You'll find us. That's us and that's about the extent of the i can new instagram multiple instagram accounts ready. Okay not great by my own is lacking attention but whatever have much going. No i got your sorry. Yeah no so. Follow us on social media and keep up. Yeah we'll continue to try to push them things out and promote ourselves and to that end i'm going to put this out there again of andy's been working on a little sticker action for your water bottle for your computer for year. Ukulele for your whatever your your that It's coming along quite nicely and we're going to have that and i think we're going to do some things where you know. Give us a shout out. Direct message us To any of those social media accounts your address and we have bought a couple of books stamps. Or at least i have. I've got a role of and you know bambi. I'm gonna. I'm gonna go ahead and her up with the van mo- charge her role. Yeah send it on that request and then we'll go ahead and male yata sticker when they come out..

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"ms van" Discussed on Two Old Dolfans - Miami Dolphins

Two Old Dolfans - Miami Dolphins

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"ms van" Discussed on Two Old Dolfans - Miami Dolphins

"It's a good point. And don't forget that he to a beautiful lonzo ball to preston in one of his early games You're not a full stride. Not not not not like this. Well this was a beauty. This is a thing of beauty but it only makes you wonder what they're going to be like when we do get that receiver and they develop that chemistry and the point. Is you got to have the quarterback and the receiver. I mean line and the line. We paid all that money to mike wallace. I said this podcast in the past. He actually did what we asked him to do. Or what what. What he was good at he would get behind defenses and we had rap for quarterback could not get him the ball. I mean he had a comeback for it. He wasn't willing to fight for. There's a lot of stuff wrong with white mike wallace. but the speed and the ability to get behind defenses. He still had and did for us. And we We'd made nothing out of it but you know but but this this that pass shows you what we have into what the future could be like way to. The sacrifice started in the second half where we were just after them all the time kyle van noy had two sacks he had two sacks We need him. We need him the leader he. He had three sacks. Do you end up with another sack. All right so John larson had to sigler hat. Wanna so that six sacks for the game and which is pretty damn good it is. Ms van noy was was killing. It and baker was our second tackler and jones was our third. I mean we really played a hell of a game. I mean we. We held them When you look at the total yards Or total first downs at twelve i nouns which is ridiculously low and they had a total of fifty plays iran. And we rent sixty seven. That's what i like to see that allows us to control the clock which we did for almost five minute controlling over them So it really was a beautiful game that we held them total yards on the two hundred yards. I also wanna call out Mike you seki. I know you earlier but yet another oh. Bj moment where he was going turning his body going backwards reaching up with one hand and hauling that in that was just an incredible it was highlight. It was a madden cover. It was just one of those moments. Well he was targeted. Eleven times. And i think a lot of that had to do which because parker getting objected parker was targeted eight times but there is not a connection between parker and and and two. It just isn't. I mean it's just it's just not there but koseki into there is i mean..

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"ms van" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"ms van" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Com, which is three pub trivia dot com Every weeknight 873 to play a lot of fun, the final escape from things and You know, we're really proud of the product. We keep involving up the production. So on the pier, anyone out there interested? It's one way to connect with your friends and family on a weeknight empty Every and Dan The beer's just in the fridge. You know you don't even have to wait for a server. Exactly right. That's the best part of it. Lowering liberates, right? Yeah, but when you do go back to the bar, be sure to tip Well, cause they're working hard. Okay, so, Dan, they love trivia. I'm a little bummed out that I already have the answers ahead of me. So I instead I'm going to have miss Lauren laughter. Lauren, you ready to play? I sure am. And Mary Vandevelde. Mary, How are you doing? I'm good. How are you? Very good. I appreciate you working a little early to play a game with us here today. Found no problem. All right, slept in any way to get used to these hours. I know Jane is just so crazy. I'm in the same boat. Right? There is where we are going to read the question. We're gonna get answers from Lauren and Mary. And then you're okay with giving the answers out, then. F course. All right. And I'm so glad we're starting this. This is a tough one. All right, Lauren and Mary. Here we go. Ah, Born in 1950 for what? Non American actor? Has appeared in over 130 films in his career, including a 1998 film, and It's two Sequels, all three of which he was nominated for an MTV movie award for best fight. I'm Going to read that again because this is a lot of contingencies here. The actor was born in 1954. Not American been a ton of films. One particular film was in 1998. That film had two Sequels. All three of those were nominated for an MTV movie award for best Fight. Damn The Questions Get Easier after this one, right? Out there. You get less clues, but I have an idea. But I don't know if he's that old. Go ahead. Chiana Reeves canneries one Guess you got me, Mary. Your guess is he's Oh, what's the guy's name and taken? Oh, that those are the two guesses. Surprisingly, with that many factors, Dan, we have two answers, Don't we? Well, there's one correct answer. There's two different answers. Those two, unfortunately, are both great. Neither it correct. Deano Deano you thinking Matrix into Tuesday, going around and Chiana with American he's born. Why you affair gets Ali needs that we people older, taking movies a lot, but the the answer in the turkey one like that, a Jackie Chan under 30 film yet so there's a lot of clues that desire to be driving nuts. You can't do that, with teeming Under 30 film Jackson kind of Hong Kong films long career and the other two will have nearly that many, but yeah, those red herrings Laurence Fishburne, another red herring there Now I understand what the way this is laid out. Yes, Indy. All right. Here we go. Shaking the cobwebs off on that first one morning. Start me Born in 1951. What? Actor comedian ring number 13 on comedy central list of greatest stand of comets of all time. Was nominated for an Academy Award three times between 1989 in 1997 for his role in drama films. He won one Oscar, so Ranked number 13 as a comedian, but he was nominated for three drama Academy Awards between 89 97. We'll go with Mary first on this one married Robin Williams, Laura Latka. George Carlin. Let's find out, Dan Well, he was right. The answer. All right, you both legends, But the answer is Robin Williams. Yeah. Sting going. Very good. Very good. All right, We got one for Ms Van de Veld zero for Lauren Lab. We're gonna go to a business question, which is great winters business was coming up in about nine minutes. Which what Well known company was founded by a man named Jerry Merl and his four sons in 1986, The chain began Franchising in 2003 and now boasts over 1000 locations throughout the U. S. Jerry Merlin has four sons in 1986 created what company and he guesses. Lauren, Let go. Oh, gosh, I got nothing. Okay. Mary. It's seven. Uh, let me let me help you out a little bit. Let me tell you something with five in it, Yes. Because, yeah, I can't remember, though, And I tell you what it's for Sinan and Jerry. So it's not five girls. But it's I came in a truck. Five guys, right? And five men in a truck. I love five on the right track to go. All right. Here we go. Question number for what English word is directly derived from the ancient Greek root. Her little star. The word refers to something that white mind general that one might generally come across in everyday life. It's a little star. It's an English word derived from ancient Greek, referring to one might generally come across in everyday life. They got little star in the sky or a little star little person. I don't know. I don't know if he's saying Han Dan is Mary a Lotto? Ask me subsequent questions of Barker quite full time back in the real pub. You know, they have you for another clue. Don't know very Vandevelde, one of those types of the bar arguing with advanced type everywhere. Any guesses Mary without any subsequent questions, If it's if it's astronomy question, I'm out. OK, Laura Lab? Yeah, No, I got nothing. This one's tough, Dan. It's not starting from the ancient Greek for little star, the anger that the asterisk asterisk is the ancient Greek roots. A little star, right. What will be will be on every 2020 baseball record this year. The Asterix on top of the whole year, I think all right, what we're doing. We're competing about as well as we would after about 10 or 11 beers. So let's keep on going here. You trying out for my weekend? That's why you slept in Mary. You know you were out last night, arguing with the trivia pub guy. A little fight's wanted to bear a lot of jail this morning. Okay? US history. How many years were there between the signing of the Declaration of Independence and the Gettysburg Address? And the Gettysburg Address. Kind of allude to this, And that's an extra little clue for Mary. There s so how many years between the sign even Declaration of Independence and the Gettysburg Address, Lauren any guesses? I was so bad at history, okay? Married or not. That's your you're partly there seven years. 47. No is that it was scored scores 20 years. Yeah, that's right. So do the math for us. Dan. How many It would be. 87 scored the records of 20 years, but that's quite fun. Team trivia, Right came up with the main idea. And then you just stuck it out. If you were with a team, you get it, right? Yeah. I didn't have enough time on Mary. You're not on the clock yet. By noon. You will have the answer once you sober, don't like seven Mormon. Exactly. All right, let's go with. Let's go with animals here for our final question. What is the common name? Of the genus of animal known as Moose, Teyla or Moose Stella, which includes European pole cats and make this one's too tough. I'm skipping this one. I'm skipping this one. It's not. It's a weasel. No one was going to get that one. All right. Here we go. Same name what Word is both a synonym for the word beginning and the name of a band that has sold over 150 million albums worldwide. It is the synonym for the word beginning. And also a band name that has sold 150 million albums worldwide. One word yet Thinking of accident. Genesis. Really good. Well, Mary is our winner today even before her shift starts, Lauren, I know you're busy preparing for the final fairness. I was half section No surprised with the answers rep really indicated that Dan one more time where people can go to play along..

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"ms van" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"ms van" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

"So the F. Jays. Are made by a pontoon boat manufacturer in Canada. And they are fifty, fifty, two, H thirty, two on a kneeled marine rated aluminum. The. Vast majority of our projects though are taking and up cycling vintage vehicles. So especially, you get into like my derelict lion, which is my. Favorite. Those are yeah and they're down to the PITINO. That's honest as found. Wabi Sabi, naturally created finishes that then we'll honor and expand upon and how we. Interpret the Interior and other details. But no, they're they're upcycle then two vehicles across the board. So, you have your your Jay's you the Broncos. And you have your truck What's the truck the? Forty seven to fifty three Chevy pickup and the derelict's and the reformers or two different approaches. Of that modern vintage mash up there always one and done. So they're completely asinine as a business, but the most the filling in educating for me and my team. So the derelict's will find sort of that romantic barn fine. PATINA. And leave that vibe and then laser scan the vehicle, reengineer the chassis of the tactile the electronics power train, the brakes suspension and everything, and then some people look. At that and go you out of your mind. Why would I spend all that money to have something that looks like crap I wanted pretty and shiny and perfect, and those are the reformers which will either restore original visual correctly or more. Often I like to kind of play a little revision history so like I'll put my shoe feet in the theoretical shoes of Ms van der Rohe or Turn our Raymond Lowy and say okay what if lowy had been on this team because? The newer yet get, but arguably through all the eras post World War Two automotive design more and more was about production and volume and good enough whereas architecture home furnishings, audio gear, whatever. So many other industrial segments had more purity it seems in their focus. So a Lotta Times either designers as founding inspiration for the define perspective or all the way through to advanced aerospace for manufacturing or surface coatings or textiles immuno will source from. Marine. Car Architecture like nothing is safe. Lot of fun. I'm a derelict guy if I had to take well, no, the F. Jays are just beautiful. Here's the thing about the F. Jay's folks..

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"ms van" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"ms van" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Our three one has their doctrine begins right now and I have to I would be remiss I have been remiss people always say I'd be rich it would be I'd be remiss if I didn't blah blah blah but if you didn't have you then been remiss I don't even know it was it I admit to remiss of me I don't know I use in context I'd be remiss if I didn't acknowledge the greatness of so and so and such and such like that lacking care or attention to duty that that so and I think that I maybe have lacked some care and attention because my friend although I paid a hundred dollars this year yeah yeah I do not know not yet bye good for it to pay your money they'll pay you I'm good now so I came in this morning I didn't know they did it last night he came back last night put together my desk so I finally have a desk in my office for the first time so I give you you get one you get one Belle Isle special wondering eating a paid a hundred dollars it was a nice surprise it was a great is right you left early yesterday afternoon after I got out here I'll never hardly ever leave I tell you what man I got my car and I couldn't believe it I I was weirded out for a while because I was looking at my Mike Mike my dash and the the digital clock on there and I was like wow it's only twelve ten and I'm out of driving home this year how could that be if I was I do a podcast thirty twelve twelve thirty I haven't changed change the clock yet but yeah I dashed out here pretty quickly so I figure to be a nice surprise for you to go in a very nice ask although I'll give you another one all right guys save you some money it's an audio medium this radio you know theater of the mind right this is when I go like that it's like when the teacher in kindergarten used to put a star on my forehead should look at don't do that teachers these days the corona virus now she would lick it clean she put a you would know you'd been good you walking around kindergarten you have like two or three stars on your forehead then I found out later if you got up to ten they took it out of the basement honored you hire it was a good thing that's true I heard that too this is a bad day it was the whole thing this one's tender it was a great feeling well you would go over you have like that you have weak summer this and I think this is first grade yeah you had weeks right and each person gonna get X. amount starts like ten that are just like that and you would when you've earned a good deed and you would get the start you got a walking or the entire class and go over to the little board and and then it has like all the great food was about looking back boy kids are gullible are today I'm working for a start it can you turn that in for money is that fungible could you do anything no well it just goes to show we all wanna be stars whether you value of these questions you should be asking all the transferable if I decide to move could I give them to somebody else here the class or do I have to take them with me and while they work in the kindergarten class I go to when my family moved to South Carolina these are the questions and I get bit coin instead at least hold on to apple pay have you noticed this kids are not very bright I'm just starting to notice there's not all that there just aren't that dumb right the dummies are just ignorant to they just don't know a lot one of the tricks that I'm the remains to get a first grade class the same teacher miss van horn she she would always make van horn in horn was miss van hall we always gather got a tail she was a she was an old it is a blast she was an older lady van horn we have to stop drinking at about we had seventeen kids in these very wonderful rather behave and you did you mind if I smoke I don't think ms van horn likes me very much because when we would when we go to lunch we always we always go in alphabetical order and one of the advantages of getting those stars was you could go in front of the eighties the last name now it all makes sense I thought about it Jared you're always going to be the composed in this class.

"ms van" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"ms van" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Go there's a cultural thing of course you see the culture here in Davos is well with Mr ms van a wide and and and all but I'm just going to suggest you dead on about the ship here to begin to look to Europe in this January of two thousand access if you don't give us access we're gonna come down with a one terrorist I just wonder if that phase one agreement is something they want to try and replicate with the Europeans I just don't see how they do that the one thing we flirt with Europe these things take a long long time to achieve anything even if it's for the benefits it takes a long long time with China but if you can can make a decision I think I've done you don't get I know that you don't understand America there's one America the states are all within a federal system in China's got a tune spearmint we talk about here a it's not in Europe I mean is false is driving the train here okay so then I think they are you want to really get synergy wanna get to Mister Thomas I love to do is take off the hour ahead I was well we got a fantastic line up for you today really is markets that a massive focus on financial markets the economy with Morgan Stanley Tennessee okay James golden color great confounded David Rudenstine breaks water because the eyeball prince and good hi CIO skull we're leading minor done so I don't mind it might have had on zero this is great economists words after a great conversations Mr morning in Mr Cordoba James Gorman is front and center because everybody is Mahdi UBS stumbling yesterday wants to be the Gorman margins on wealth management to his queue discussion that miss that conversation next to west to.

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"ms van" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"ms van" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Trump is no longer president I'd states so that's a big story that that Hey you know I I just read headlines bite and the other big story that I think affects more people than the impeachment of Donald Trump. it's finally. is gonna be some self serve action at cosco. this is a big breakthrough alive everybody else got into the self serve business when you trying to get the hell out of there you know I take all your items in China yeah self serv checkouts. so it's gonna be a cosco's Gimme a much cooler place to hang at issue is I you we get more those lanes open because look you go in there and you have a cart full of crap two three sometimes four five hundred dollars were the stuff. you gotta wait twenty minutes right for god to go through your your your your items and then they've got a weird boxing thing going on where you know sometimes you get an old box you know pineapple box but all your crap in sometimes you don't but there's a weird thing a cosco there's no self serve check out up until now and there's no real bags no you know I've never seen a bag of Tosca you gotta have bags everybody else says bags I don't you know I didn't get the boxes anymore I can say they got thrown away when you gonna go throw one it takes awhile for them to figure all of the Tetris and just put it back in the car the way I had it right plus when you in those big boxes there really thick cardboard she of the cut with a knife for an exacto knife for it you know some kind of blade or you put if you leave in the garage thinking okay next time I go to Costco on right to take these back or do you ever do this for you you'd take them and just leave them in the cart in the cosco parking yes. they're they're all they are just to get them to my band my favorite cosco parking lot story is this dope Erin Bender who thought he was the king of all as where he could use his and now mother in law mother in law is yep handicaps. it's true used it a few times never got anything in the next thing you know now this by the way was months after we did a story on them doing that cracked down on disabled placard users at Coachella and I'm like well of course they're going to get the young kids are not going to get me. kids wait in the car you gonna go sinusitis. and that's that's about seven or eight hundred Bucks because they first ticket for illegally use use of the placard and then they take it away and they say you're not allowed to be parked there so it's really it's to take it. seven eight hundred by. plus all the crappy but because go I'll yeah there's all that too no we didn't go in yeah we right really right when we pulled in there wasn't even a chance it's not like I pulled in and I saw them ticketing somebody else and like either not gonna get me wow yeah they just they scoop dried up and you know it when it when it when they got to the gotcha and I said thank you for being nice most people aren't that to you yeah well that's cool yeah concerns are you can imagine yeah people go crazy what it what what's cosco was it is the way it was one in Northridge okay yeah the one right by the railroad tracks yeah that's a tough one if you were out in Valencia I'm not Valencia Yavlinsky yet yeah one off via princess and that's the right one that's a great beautiful cost yeah that was right on top of the hill there many entrances so many it's great. I love it all right let's find out what's going on in our favorite join one of our favorite joints cosco here we go posco adding more self serve checkout aisles and stores across on the California the latest store to have them is in Tustin the company says about a hundred of its stores have self check out now and it plans to increase that number two two hundred and fifty over the next several months it is a turnabout for the warehouse store chain as the company did away with self checkout lines back in twenty thirteen I don't remember self checkout a house member any of it maybe was a test run in a couple of places but I don't remember ever seeing it yeah I have to read I I I eggs series that remember that at all all right we do have by there was big news there there was sort of a sort of a crazy fake impeachment thing going on here because the only way you really impeach hi or starting impeachment inquiry is to have a vote on the house floor and they didn't do that Nancy Pelosi just said Hey which time we're going to end in peach a Donald Trump and she's been sort of angry since Donald Trump became president now we don't do a lot of politics here because look nothing I say is going to change your mind politically and nothing you say is going to change my mind politically so it's really you know night if you're you're entrenched in your Campanha can change your mind very few people change political parties over the years but when people do change political parties they become like ex smokers you know the worst person to be around at a party is an ex smoker right because they feel like they can give it and handed out to everybody you know if if when you're when you're smoking a cigarette and and you run into somebody who used to smoke ma'am they pissed at you wolf I get all crazy and and and not be with you and smoking is the last leg group you can discriminate against wave and people applaud you you know I remember when they the Great Western forum you should be able to smoke a. cigarette watch a kings game at the same time nine pretty cool combo and then they made an announcement one day the Great Western forum is now a smoke free facility and people applaud the sign I mean they're applauding the announcement you know people standing you know robin there right beside nipples and and and I and applauding those kinds of excitement all man they got themselves crazy over it right how long by the way did it take for the old smoke to finally leave the building because if you were sitting in the rafters of the phone you couldn't see the court no you see the ice there was a right you're right above the prom and nods circle hi do is round row five or six up there there was a a cloud a level where the cloud used to sit and it was pretty cool our channel four let's turn the audio up here they're still investigating this accident this car jacking took place and the cats steak area southbound on the five this is a carjacking vehicle and if we rolls of the tape from her over that someone is active this is an incredibly reckless and dangerous pursuit ms van you see on the left on the left side of your screen was doing about a hundred miles an hour on the five and that's what it lost that tire you see on the right there that's what CC deport that's my trip. tire out they were dragging the ran the whole time to try to make some of those turns you see that turn right there they did not make that turn and then we thought. about old town road I wrote you see right. on the old town road to that wall that's when the suspect gave it up came out with.

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"ms van" Discussed on Someone's Gotta

Someone's Gotta

12:26 min | 2 years ago

"ms van" Discussed on Someone's Gotta

"I think I think you create on weird we could sacked stories when it was called, Dan man. Oh. Dan, man. I will when I was young. I started your door sales pitch. This free. Yeah defense how you prefer. Yeah. Yes. What is it paying it gets really interesting? When you see. You ready for college? How much college run two thousand dollars? That's a star. Hey, it's the someone's got a podcast. What's up? It's Amy Jay, and I'm here with Josh Bearman. What's a you almost didn't talk. So that didn't was I supposed to. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Guys quite a pop here. Yeah. Tell them about yourself. Shoutout. I'm Josh Bearman. Here to talk about side hustles and living in a van. That's why I bought my friend. Dan, the van man, Dan, man. Oh fan man tan. Dan, man. Van. Dan, gotta get writer. Man say Dan, the fan man. But at that's either way, you know, I'm open to being called whatever as long as there's van endanger the name. Oh, okay, great. Great. Okay. Now. He has an SUV, so that's the other part. This is all sham. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I, I grew up with my Toyota forerunner and they're like, hey, I thought you lived in a van. Yeah, I'm like, Well, I, I used. Two and you trade it in my traded it in. Okay. Shall we can talk about that? But yes, this is just interesting. Yeah. Interest rates Josh here. Dan is here. They're drinking. I'm not drinking cheers. We're going to talk today, about living a minimalist lifestyle and also side hustles, because, you know, some of us can't live minimalist lifestyle. So we need extra money to do extra things, if you're listening on Spotify tunes iheartradio, please give us a like subscribe, your aggressively, pushing the subscribe button over there. And goes a rating if you don't want to give us a five, I don't want to fucking rating. That's. That's all. So I guess we'll start with everyone giving us a little bio how you got here where you're from and we always like relationship status around here. Okay. John from Arizona. Currently residing in Denver, Colorado, loving it here. Getting that beautiful summer weather. Sorry, ladies I am taken for a long time to you longtime in a very loving relationship. And. To a haughty Thadi with the body. And yeah. And a little bit about side, hustling and a little bit about living in a van, not as much as my, my man, Dan. Okay. Dan near turn. All right. So, yes, my name is Dan. I do live in van. Well again, I don't even industry. What sounds so much better? When you say Lavigne say all live in SUV people like what? But if your name was Charles, we wouldn't have. Yeah, so it's just like what I say. Oh, I'm I'm stating my van tonight. I'm not staying in my van of SUV but it's just easier rolls off the tongue. A little better than makes sense. It'd be like, oh, yeah. Oh, I love in life, but no one understands SUV life. Okay. It's still mad. But where yes, so I'm from Michigan originally bowl to live near fan there. It's a little cold here as well. Your van. I'll tell you what this winter was interesting but teaches you lot about yourself but yeah, from Michigan originally moved to Zona where I met this wonderful human being right here when I was about nine. The shocker symbol. Yeah. Don't you dare? Oh, it's other way. It depends. How it depends. How you prefer pink. It gets really interesting when you see. Anyways, it gets really interesting. When you see little kids, do it. Arizona state games and they're just throwing up the shock. And you're like, that's awesome. That's for college. Whoa. Yeah. Yeah. We went to college together. I mean we met through mutual friend that was in my dorm Cowan will shout out shot. We live in a dorm, I did live in a dorm. I had housing at one point, not it was born into ban. Belong. Wow. It'd be also people who have done. Know a raised in the minimalist lifestyle. But I unfortunately was not Chris far less dead. Turn it around. Were you raised by hoarders? No bomber beating babies. And she had like, hundreds of beanie babies your SUV is not lined with beanie babies. No. I think she's still has them, though. Yeah, they're going to it's going to be a fortune one day, one day, one day those being able to make money. But yeah, so we met in Arizona, when yes, we're nineteen twenty years old. And then after that it was just kind of like I was I was very nomadic, but I did not live in a vehicle. It was I moved back to Michigan, then moved to California San Diego for about eight years. And that's when I got a little taste of people who lived in cars, as a choice, and as a lifestyle because there was all these as a choice on. Right. That isn't very important. I'm glad you caught onto that, but yeah, there is a lot of these surf bums that would live in their in the vans and just surf all day. All they're like, wow. This is fascinating in so that's where I got my little taste of like alternative living before we get there far. Yeah. What's your relationship status? Oh, yeah. Sorry. Well, I so I say. Because I want to know how women feel when you take them back to the van slash SUV. Okay. Yeah. Everyone likes to talk about that. What happens date? What happens when you go on its? Right. He does. Well, yeah. I mean to meet people. Are you single? I am single and he's ready to mingle lean reading. Yes. But I do I do like the idea of being married to my car sounds super lame. But there is, but there's this relationship you do have with your vehicle. Right. And I married to the lifestyle audio sachse vehicle. I think I can get creative on, on weird weird sex stories. It was called the whole put the spare tire. Yeah. But now to be honest with you. So, so the daylights it's interesting because I I'm I feel like I'm married to this lifestyle. So it's not necessarily the car the lifestyle, right? So I, I have so many things on my plate that attained a life in the lifestyle that dating is kind of like on the back burner. You know, I will go on to meet people, but it's not like I'm looking for a relationship, right? It's very much like I again, I like to meet people. And if you're on board with this lifestyle, and I'll come out while I guess, if we can go there, if I do go under on the podcast yet. Well, yes, this big, I know you could find a girl to pull her van up next to your van, and then, you know, sleep or whatever. And then Hika fourteen in the morning. Yeah. You'd be in heaven, heaven. Okay. Yeah, I guess if anyone's out there that lives in a Van Dyke fourteen hours, every day use the plan now use the pump from. That's right. This is. Have you seen that Netflix? It was on Netflix, Hulu the guy free solo Alto van. So. Stays in the van. But then at the end. She didn't ruin his life about a house to house. She was a bitch, the whole time. Whoa. Okay. She dropped him off the things. John time. I love and support right before he did his first free solo. He was. He was about to do any didn't want to tell her, and then he told her and she goes, would you ever consider not doing it for me? Bitch. Yeah. What, what did she do? She got smart and she left. No. And then he started to do it and freaked out and didn't do it. And then she left. Yeah. She should have been. No, they're still together though. I know. But I don't like her, and I think they shouldn't be I think she's great. I don't know if you could have done it without her support. Yeah. I don't know. Yeah, that was that was obviously, it was interesting. The other side of the table right now. I will definitely with the fact that he's, he's dedicated to what he was doing. And that's all I wanted to do. Yeah. And he met someone. And I think is great, if you don't whatever you see in the movies. Documentaries, which see, but you know that, honestly that when I saw that film, I was like, that's how I I'm dedicated to the lifestyle, and if someone wants to join and add to the experience, that's what I'm four but I just I guess I haven't met anyone yet. Yeah. Yeah. Together together. There's a difference also between the levels at which you do it like he has a kitchen. Ms van, you don't have a kitchen in your van. You know what I mean? Like my parents would spend two to three months every summer in Europe in a van Nevada also, but it had a kitchen. And like a bed, and like it was bigger than your average fan like it was not an RV. But so that part definitely intrigues me. But let's start with side hustles lately. I've been crushing the side hustle game. Nice. I place on Airbnb on the weekends. This is how we start when we started talking because I was sleeping in my garage. Okay. I had Airbnb guests in my house. Normally I camp on the weekends. Yeah. And let people stay in my house. And then I make like four to five hundred dollars a weekend. But the weekend, I had to work on Saturday. And I was like, where do I sleep with also three dogs because I also do Rover. So I had three dogs in my garage over dogs. Okay. It's OG sitting oh, the dachshund. Yeah. And I usually take the dog camping with me because what's better than that? And then I really got fucked over and I slept in my garage. Get fucked over. You got pay. Paid huger hustler the gig economy, they did it, and then I paid for a trip to believe so. Now the fuck us. Have been called the Queen of the side hustle. And I'm really excited to be making that money, but not excited to be paying taxes on that money later, not axes. No ret. You don't pay taxes. Don't tell the I think I'm gonna go on right now and say that I don't pay taxes crazy. I pay all of my attentions job, and I and I get to. Do do a little bit door Dallas, you know, and I'm planning on paying taxes on that. So they don't take taxes out don't. Yeah. You gotta keep track of that. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But Josh what side hustles are you doing? You're still five settling. I've been a long time side-hustle tell us. So when, when I was young, I started door to door sales selling crack, I wasn't cracked, but it was commissioned based door to door sales. That's the ultimate muscle code knives. Wasn't cut co knives? But vaccines, don't judge? I don't judge those people. The vacuums a big ticket item to have got. One day, you're good, rich. Got in the vacuum Kirby. I did. I did windshield replacements sales. Door, which is great. You walk your windshield is, hey, man. You want this someone has to buy this into their driveway and you look at their vehicle as you walk up, and you can see that they need your services. How is it out of the ones? Trust needed a windshield in Arizona glass, damage, and wait a minute. You're, you're, you're urging trespassing to look for damage on via. You're going. Person season. Sarah, what are you doing? Oh, don't worry man. I'm just checking your car for cracks in your windshield. No worries..

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"ms van" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"ms van" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I feel I know here. Talk about our Tiffany. Now, why are those rumors happening is it because she seems to have put on a few pounds? She's not that there's anything wrong with that. But we did a little research before the show and she's, she's a little wider in diameter than she used to be like a year ago. Yeah. I mean, we'll we you showed me a picture of her from exactly year ago and it's like she's double the person literally and not that there's anything wrong with that, but not body. Shaming here on checks on the right. No. But, you know, it's funny, I did a post this morning at chicks on the right dot com, which you should be visiting every single day, multiple times a day about the dress that avant, Trump war, and that also the dress that Lara Trump war when they were at Buckingham Palace yesterday. They both just looked absolutely stunning. And a bunch of the Trump kids and family. They were posting pictures on their Instagram and on Twitter of all the siblings together with their respective spouses. And Tiffany was in that photo. And I. Just didn't mention her in the post. He didn't say anything because my mom always told me if you don't have something nice to say, just don't say anything. Yes, she's a. I do use the term rapid decline. Terrible. Feely mean I just I, I mean, she's banging that billionaire, right? And possibly she's impregnated by him, which, I mean, you know, if you're going to line up, you know, be good for her. If she is. I just I. Interesting point that you would think that the roles would be reversed based on how the moms appear right? I feel like she looks more like the daughter of Evonne Trump, then Marla Maples, and the reverse is true for vodka. 'cause Marla Maples is a beautiful woman. I mean still to this day, absolutely gorgeous. She's the one with the pool. Boy. No, that's that's von Ivana reminds me of that taller drunk, chick, on absolute fabulous. You remember that show? She that is her. And she just looks exactly like that an vodka is so flawless, and perfect in every way that she looks like she belongs more to Marla Maples than Ivana, there should be some testing happens. We worked we were in our research before the show came on the air today. We were looking back at the history of Ivanka Trump. Yeah. And she was a little rough around the edges at she was just less sophisticated than she is. Now. You know what she's grown into her adulthood fairytale Princess now? Yeah. But I mean we've found some pictures from like a decade ago when she was banging that, that maroon five guitar you this was news to me. You're like she used to bang. The drummer, not the drummer, but that one of the tar. Of maroon five I had no idea and that guy is nothing to look at. I mean think about so you're Trump's daughter. Yeah. And you appear the way that she does. Yeah. And all you have to account for your time in the dating industry is this guy for maroon pie? And Jared Kushner Donald Trump walk around every day. I'm so disappointed. It is. It's very yeah. It's. You know who wasn't in the picture though, Kimberly Guilfoil? She didn't go. That's right. The photo. Yes, she didn't go. I wonder what that's all about trouble in paradise. Do we know what she was doing? I've no idea perhaps she had other engagements. I only mention this because Gavin Newsom never have Mr. formerly Mr. Kimberly. Yeah. Now, the governor of California poor decisions, like Kimberly look at who she dated. He's in the news because he has denied parole for Charles Manson follower, Leslie Van Houten, really. Because the pro-aborts had five go, go. Haven't they done that before? Well, yeah. And he stepped in and said, Nope, he's out. This third time a governor, stop the release of Leslie Van Houten, holy cow. I'm actually really surprised by that because I figured if any governor was going to let her out, it would be some, some softy like that. He because he's a super live. Yeah. But I guess I guess even in California. There are people that they will not let out on this. Wow. That I have to say I mean, kudos to him for doing the right thing. I don't think that women should be released. Here's the question, though. The governor of points, the parole board. So what is because we've got multiple governors now of over ridden. I don't know if that's a word or not. But overridden the parole board. So what is the lack of communication between these two entities? You'd think when you point someone you'd be like hey Van Houten you're not letting her out. Well, I mean it's possible I suppose that she's been such a delight in prison, and she has completely, you know, ingratiated herself to the parole board. And so they just feel very strongly that she should be released and the governor, here's all the resistance of the general public and decides to side with them. Quote, while I commend MS Van Houten for her efforts at rehabilitation and acknowledged her youth at the time of the crimes, I am concerned about her role in these killings, and her potential for future violence, and I don't. I mean that's the thing I don't agree with him that she is going to be violent again. But I also believe that the punishment was suitable life in prison for her was was the right punishment. And so just stop leave her there. Can I ask you a really weird? Morbid question. Okay. Daisy really embrace the weird. Because like, the, the wife of deputy picket, who was murdered here in, in from Boone county. They just did the plea deal with the guy who who was his murder, and they took life in prison versus the death penalty. And you hear well, we do most to do what the family wants to the family wants to plea bargain and be done with it. We do it if they wanna see it through. We'll see it through what would you be willing to see through? Would you just wanna plea bargain and get it done? Gosh, that's really hard because I would want to see it through all the way. Let's go. Let's roll. Yeah. I mean, I because you would just have that ache for, for Justice and plea is that doesn't feel like Justice to me. Yeah, I would want to I would probably wanna go all the way. So someone kills me, make sure you see it through all the way. Uh-huh. Play. Society needs to. News. Hey. I love how you love the hate mail. Thrill. About to read to this comes from Chuck the Email, I used to be here. I think maybe employed here. Okay. Ladies are very talented and my wife and I enjoy your show on a daily basis. Doesn't sound like hate mail at all. However, can you get robbed a stop? Every time he opens his mouth, seriously. It ruins are listening team. Ladies. Why does he yell? Is he afraid he won't be heard? Does he feel intimidated by your show? Any help with this distraction. Would be appreciated. There's.

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"ms van" Discussed on X96

X96

11:00 min | 2 years ago

"ms van" Discussed on X96

"I did this just so carry could do a short acceptance speech. I did the do the story for that David Lynch joins fellow director, Linda, work, Neuner, and actress Gina Davis and Wes Studi as honorary recipients of this year's governor's award from the academy of Motion Picture Arts and sciences. Ladies and gentlemen, David Lynch to accept his award. I'd like to thank me for this award because if it wasn't for me, I wouldn't be getting this award. Thank you. David. David Lynch, Charles Manson follower, Leslie Van Houten, who I do a killer impression of actually. No, I don't know, a kiss her impression, you say of, yes, a killer impre of Leslie, Van, Houten, I only do it around Halloween. However, governor Gavin news, one has overruled a parole board's decision to free, Leslie Van, Houten making it, the third time governor has stopped the release of the youngest member of Manson's murderous Colt. Ms van how is now sixty nine. And she still threat. Newsom said, I, I just watched a documentary with her that, were they interviewed her. Pretty extensively doesn't seem like much of a threat. She as a little old lady had there's threat, but there's also punishment. I'm not worried. She's going to go out and murder. Somebody. Okay, you killed somebody with the nuts, she that. She has spent nearly fifty years behind bars with reports of nothing but good behavior and testimonials about Hariri ability. Now wasn't was Van Houten when she was one of the ones wasn't even there. No. She she killed her with a knife. She killed the. She was an eager participant in killing of lobbying. Kaz lobby, Mr. MRs Lubyanka. She murdered people with the name sorry era. I'm sorry. You may be a nice lady and have made your peace. Had been good. Good. But there is sorry. Why are you? So I was just going by the threat thing. She's not be not a threat. But punishment you've been watching your noble. Yes. Okay. Authorities investigating Flint, Michigan water crisis. And I want you to draw your parallels. Yes. You search warrants to secure from storage the state owned mobile devices of former governor Rick Snyder and sixty five other current or former officials Cording to the Associated Press the warrants were sought two weeks ago by the attorney general's office and signed by Flint, judge. Solicitor general Fudd. Woah, ho mood, and Wayne County prosecutor Kim worthy, who's helping with the probe confirmed that they executive executed a series of search warrants related to the criminal investigation of Flint, lead contaminated water in two thousand fourteen two thousand fifteen and an outbreak of legionnaires disease. They declined further comment you saw Chernobyl you'll know what a show trial is. That's what they've had so far as a show trial. You see we looked into the we did we're doing everything we can to comply. So the spokesman for the attorney general Dana Nessel, who's not involved in the criminal investigation, but his handling lawsuits against state by Flint residents. The warrants want devices of individuals who've been in charge of the probe who've been charged in the probe, but who also, but also uncharged officials such as Snyder, and former environmental quality director, Dan, Wyant, and various people who worked in Snyder's office, because the allegation is they had many conversations on phone and other only is about the Flint water situation and they still didn't handle it. That's right. They still have bad water there. And Utah state board of education is scheduled to meet in executive session this week to discuss its contract with rise vendor Questar, which is not the same as the gas company and the assessment firms performance including whether it should c Gamage is because of several problems that plagued testing this spring. The standardized testing this company had had a history of problems with its testing state of Utah. Knew about those problems and yet they spent what was it last week? Forty some odd million dollars. Four forty four million dollars to hire them. Anyway. Board spokesman Mark Peterson said that the board is going to review the contract and discuss its options moving forward. What do we do for this year? What do we do for next year and the year after that he said, the board can do anything between we've take taken under advisement to terminate the contract a one in between option would be seeking liquidated damages for service interruptions, data delivery issues and data security breaches, some as high as fifty thousand dollars a day. You know, I wanna know though, who's going to be held accountable, and the state board of education, and the state school board, who, who they are is held accountable for making somebody signed on somebody signed a piece of paper saying, this is what we're doing. Nobody seems to be talking about that at this point. They're they're they're talking about. What are we doing to this company that screwed up so badly? Well, what do we do to the people who hired the people? Yeah up, so convinced us to hire these people that we knew sucked told you about this yesterday. Gina the deaths in Canada. More than a thousand aboriginal women and girls in recent decades was a national, genocide a government inquiry into murdered and missing. Indigenous women concluded in a report on Monday. And this happens in Alaska's well, and it's happened actually there are people who've looked at this, the deaths of indigenous women all over the country. And many of them, don't many of them go on reported, although they know about them because they because family members talk about right? The twelve thousand page report, twelve hundred page report excuse me, which resulted from an inquiry launched by prime minister Justin Trudeau government in two thousand sixteen blamed the violence on long longstanding discrimination against indigenous peoples and Canada's failure to protect those people. It also made sweeping recommendations to prevent future violence against indigenous women. The Royal Canadian Mounted police revealed in two thousand fourteen one thousand one one thousand seventeen aboriginal or indigenous women had been murdered between one thousand nine hundred and twenty twelve the inquiry which was beset by delays staff resignations. Because there were people who kept trying to keep them from lookout. Is there some thought as to who is doing this? It's not just one person that an ideology, that's true. You know what you can order these women and you can get away with. That's that. What is what seems to be coming out? So then there was a split because there were lesbian gay bisexual transgender people getting involved in the because they those people who are indigenous and are one of those persuasions even more live and more. So the final report called reclaiming power and place was presented during the ceremony in Quebec and was attended by hundreds of family members of missing and murdered. People Rabah original people account for four percent of Canada's population, but on average they suffer from incredibly irate of crime, poverty and addiction. We treated native Americans in this country, horribly Canada, at least as horrible, if not worse, the way they treated their native people. They were they were just staunching brutal to them and continue to be into the fifties and sixties the government in the sixties. I read some report about all these, you know, these special schools that they would take the kids away from their families, and send them to and it's a it's happened here as well. There's a report on KTAR dot org about how it happened here in Utah. Yeah. Well, it's there used to there used to be the inter mountain Indian school to they, they decided at long. I mean, it was still it was still a school when I was in high school you take away from their families, and get them all a input with take him to Brigham city and it was not the right thing to do not the right way to do things. Let's see the going to get its first standalone, Starbucks what? Yep. Well, who's gonna go xactly if that's not a note to shock you. It's going to be located right in front of the Brigham Young University campus students at the school taunting them. Yeah, they'll be able to send fell it. They will be well they used to have to drive up the hill to get their Starbucks. There was one in Orem there, I was a substitute teacher once a long time ago at box elder high school at Brigham city. Yeah. And I and I was I went to the faculty lounge for lunch and I said for take a lunch break. And I said, is there any coffee here in the fat faculty lounge, and the teacher said, no? And I said, oh, okay. And they said, yeah. It's not that we don't want it many of us would have, but the students complained about the smell of coffee in the hall bad this Mel students complained. And so the decision was made that, you know, and there are plenty of teachers who didn't want it around. But there were coffee drinkers there, so I just I would always go to into Brigham city into the idol. I'll if you don't drink it doesn't everybody like the smell of. No, no. It's temporarily not. I mean they like it too much. Nicole says that the Starbucks in Provo will only sell hot chocolate, though. So it's not even this is the this is the first Starbucks in Utah. That hasn't put a local coffee. Shop out of business. All right. That it. Sure. Sports weather traffic. Oh, so you got taco Tuesday tonight at the bees young. They have a home stand here against the San Antonio missions. That's a seven o'clock game tonight Stanley Cup is all tied up to a peace between the blues and the Bruins next game is on Thursday at six pm. Yeah, that's an sports for you. Whether it's warm eighty today to tomorrow. How about eighty six on Thursday. What? No, you like this. Right. It's beautiful. Traffic..

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"ms van" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

10:32 min | 2 years ago

"ms van" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Announcement to make for all of you. You're getting advance. You're getting advanced word about this. But just in case you happen to be among those who have have enjoyed my, my time, crying to have a respectful conversation with the other side on hill TV. Next week is going to be my last week on hill TV I am. Going to be pursuing other projects as in focusing on this show and focusing on podcast. And some of the some of the things that many of you have been asking about ongoing to be leaving on very good terms, and I thank the management at the hill of for the opportunity, and for the, the investment in me, and, and it's been a very interesting year and a lot of growth, but last week or rather next week is gonna be my last week at hill, TV, so crystal and I are going to be sitting next to each other for about six more shows, and that's all she wrote on that one and look, I, I have nothing but, but fondness for my co host, and I as you know, I do not criticize my friends, and she has certainly a friend, I will say it is very challenging to do a left right show in the current environment. I mean, how do you have a how you have a civilized and fair-minded and worthwhile conversation about is the president? And a traitor, for example, which is a topic that the media forces Oeste cover because that's an allegation that Democrats will make and have made many times against the president. You know, how do you have a civil conversation about is Donald Trump insane legally mentally incompetent? Not not able to medically speaking whole the job of, how do you have a real conversation with someone about that with anyone about that? So I'm excited to have the, the license going forward. And this is going to be the way I conduct my all of this was an experiment to try to have the all right. Let's have a conversation that now I'm just going to have the buck conversation as in this is what I think about all of the things, here's the people need to know if they want to have an exchange of ideas with me, that's fine. But I reserve the right to say that the other side's ideas are stupid, including two anyone's face, and anyone who does not want to have that conversation with me after I'm done at the hill, should not talk to me from the other side doesn't mean are always say that doesn't mean I'm not willing to have a civil conversation just means I reserve the right to be able to say that is some dumb ass stuff. So that would be a bit of a change for me. Obviously you're on radio. I can say whatever I want, which is great and always have and always will, but going forward. I will not commit. I told you this at the hill, I committed to trying to have a both sides of the aisle conversation. It was challenging I learned a lot. I am not doing that again. That's, that's not that's not in my future. Folks, that's not happening. So I can tell you that if that explained feel about it. Well, then there we go. But I did get the chance because it would have been over the last year, some of my favorite stuff that I've been able to do has involved speaking to particularly are some of the left wing. Guests that I've, I've had some spirited exchanges within, you know, today, I wasn't really in a of this. Well, you tell you what's really going on here. I, I didn't get much sleep last night. So I wasn't full of full of zest and energy this morning. But we had on a think, either national spokesperson, or a president or something very senior person from the national organization of women. Now name is Tony than pelt, and she came on the show, and she would net look people ask me sometimes buck, why wouldn't you have on more liberals on your radio show that won't come on here? They'll get they know what's going to happen, especially if they want to have a productive conversation and respectful conversation. That's fine. But they don't they want to go into talking points, and they want to, they want to engage in the kind of intellectual laziness and emotional blackmail, that are central to left wing argument. That's, that's what you get on so many of these different issues. So they won't they won't do it, and I won't waste my time with them even if they would do it in most cases, not in all cases. But MS van pelt was talking about these. Recent decisions from the supreme core involving the abortion law in Indiana. And I just want you to note I'm being very calm, because she knows you know, it's like when the head of Planned Parenthood who recently got four Pinocchio for being a lighter and lying's, the head of Planned Parenthood. I can't remember name now Dr something or other. She said that foulland's of women die from used to die from abortions. That's not true. That's just a lie. That the abortion lobby keeps saying, thousands of women, a year you should abortion, is not true. All they believe it might have been like a dozen a year. Something like that. But they say a thousand a year, that's that's not accurate. She lied, but they had identified me, and this is a frustration that I had at the hill because much of much of the hill TV. Staff were very liberal, and I am not liberal. So as you know. So there was always a little bit of a, a little bit of a disconnect in this regard. But they were informed that I was considered an enemy of choice by Planned Parenthood, which is something that I wear as a badge of honor, and I should probably get a t shirt that says enemy of choice, although wouldn't be clear to everybody. What choice of an enemy of? But anyway, Tony van pelt knows that I'm not on. I'm not on her team. So she sits down and launches. Right of this, the national organization for women far left group. All, you know, think of progressive women's issue, and they're all over it. And here's how some of the conversation went policies for me, not having more energy play clip thirteen. I'm very sad by this. And I'm and of course upset and many women in the country are very angry, by the fact that these men have made this decision about their bodily integrity when it's really none of their business, but wasn't just who weighed in on this, it was a seven two decision and a couple of liberals actually went along with it. So we'll why you're saying just because it is driven by men. I'm I'm uncertain as to what you're talking about. But it is an undue burden on women's Kagan joined the majority of it is, when somebody say, man, I mean, my understanding is that Kagan joined the majority here. She's, obviously a woman. Yeah. Thank you for bringing up that point. Yeah. It wasn't just men. A woman went with the majority here saying that, yeah, they can dispose the state can say you have to dispose of this, as you would human remains because that's what it is human remains to human being. But, but notice that, that, you know, that this sort of snide. Yeah. What she said was stupid and I just I didn't call it stupid. I just made it obvious that it's stupid by saying that, you know, you're saying that the men made this decision, but it wasn't just mad a woman made this decision to and to liberals went along with the conservatives on the court here. So why go with the why go with the nonsense talking point? But let's, let's dig a little deeper into the nonsense talking points. Your play. Fourteen. Why should the gender of the Justice matter in these cases, why should the gender of the Justice in this particular case, we're talking about particular men that hold these views and that's why it would matter. What about the fact that in Roe v? Wade, all of the majority were men does that then affect their ability to weigh in an impartial and fair manner. You're not here and we're not talking about that, now we're talking a principal as to why is the gender of the Justice should matter. I really don't see that as an important to this to this discussion because what we're talking about is women. We're not talking about men except in the way that men tried to control women, and that's why the first thing your seven you sat down this decision by a bunch of men, so okay? Okay. Said that it is men who are trying to control women. That's why it's so important that we put more women onto the state legislatures. Notice. How she she spits out there? You know, men are the ones pushing this decision as if they're allowed to push decisions about women's bodies, and all I say, this is very straightforward. I mean she's obviously a truly brainwashed. Left-wing pro-abortion automaton. All I say or is okay. We'll Roe v. Wade was all men all of the majority in review. White men does does that mean that, you know, when men do what you want them to do. They have full agency, full license on the court to weigh in on women's bodies, and what they can and can't you when they don't do it there, men. They're not allowed to I think she's just not clever enough to understand what I was trying to explain to her. It's not it's actually not complicated producer, Mike. She the president of the national organization for women. I think she's something other that or the national spokesperson for yes, he's the president. The president of the national organization for women folks. Not not impressive. Not smart. Let's just say it not somebody who under. And I think that it's, it's not that she's a dumb person per percents arguments are dumb her understanding. These, you is dumbed down because it has to be because otherwise it falls into contradiction. That's why she she's a little brainwashed soldier of sorts for her side, who is told to just go and, and attack the other side, and she's not told why or Howard anything else. You just knows that this is for women and abortion, is a right. And. Doesn't think beyond that and then just one more question just to give you a sense of what v other side with the Democrats really want here. This is what I asked the president of the national organization for women play fifteen should abortions be directly subsidized by taxpayers that all health care should not be subsidized that is universal right. For people that's my tax dollars should go toward abortions. Which you believe part of health health care, birth control sex education abortion. Classic abortion lobby maneuver there. You notice when I asked her is very straightforward. Yes or no question should tax dollars go toward abortion. She says, you know, well all healthcare is a yeah. So is that a yes or no? Well, let's talk about all this other this is what this is what Planned Parenthood does. Oh, we're all about nanograms and giving out birth control and also abortion. Why do you have to always talk about the other stuff? Why can't if abortion is fine. Want us talking about abortion..

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"ms van" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

10:49 min | 2 years ago

"ms van" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"You're getting advance. You're getting advanced word about this. But just in case you happen to be among those who have have enjoyed my, my time, crying to have a respectful conversation with the other side on hill TV next week is going to be my last week. On hill TV I am. Going to be pursuing other projects as in focusing on this show and focusing on podcast. And some of the some of the things that many of you have been asking about, I'm going to be leaving an on very good terms, and I thank the management at the hill for the opportunity, and for the, the investment in me, and, and it's been a very interesting year, a lot of growth, but last week or rather next week is going to be my last week at hill, TV, so crystal and I are going to be sitting next to each other for about six more shows, and that's going to be all she wrote on that one and look, I, I have nothing but, but fondness for my co host, and I. And as you know, I do not criticize my friends, and she is certainly a friend. I will say it is very challenging to do a left right show in the current environment. I mean, how do you have a how do you have a civilized, and fair-minded and worthwhile conversation about is the president of trader, for example, which is a topic that the media forces, pasta cover because that's an allegation, the Democrats will make and have made many times against the president. You know, how do you have a civil conversation about is Donald Trump insane? You know, legally mentally incompetent not not able to medically speaking. Hold the job of, how do you have a real conversation with someone about that with anyone about that? So I'm excited to have the, the license going forward. And this is going to be the way I conduct my all of this was an experiment to try to have the alright. Let's have a conversation. Now, I'm just going to have the buck conversation as in this is what I think about all of the things, here's the people need to know if they want to have an exchange of ideas with me, that's fine. But I reserve the right to say that the other side's ideas are stupid, including two anyone's face anyone who does not want to have that conversation with me after I'm done at the hill, should not talk to me. On the other side, it doesn't mean always say that doesn't mean I'm not willing to have a civil conversation just means I reserve the right to be able to say that is some dumb ass stuff. So that will be a bit of a change for me. Obviously here on radio. I can say whatever I want, which is great and always have and always will, but going forward, I will not commit my I told you this at the hill like committed to trying to have a both sides. The I'll conversation it was challenging I learned a lot. I'm not doing that again. That's, that's not that's not in my future. Folks, that's not happening. So I can tell you that if that explained feel about it. Well then there we go bought. I did get the chance because gone over the last year, some of my favorite stuff that I've been able to do has involved speaking to particularly are some of the left wing guests that I've, I've had some spirited exchanges with any don't today. I wasn't really in a tell you tell you what's really going on here. I didn't get much sleep last night. So I wasn't full of full of zest and energy this morning. But we had on a I think, either national spokesperson, or a president or something very senior person from the national organization of women. Now name is Tony van pelt, and she came on the show. And she would look people ask me sometimes buck, why won't you have on more liberals on your radio show? They won't come on here, they'll get they know what's going to happen, especially if. Want to have a productive conversation and respectful conversation. That's fine. But they don't they want to go to talking points, and they want to, they want to engage in the kind of intellectual laziness in emotional blackmail, that are central to left wing argument. That's, that's what you get on so many of these different issues. So they won't they won't do it, and I won't waste my time with them even if they would do it in most cases, not in all cases. But MS van pelt was talking about these recent decisions from the supreme core involving the abortion law in Indiana. And I just want you to note I'm being very calm, because she knows you know, it's like when the head of Planned Parenthood who recently got four Pinocchio being a lighter and lying's, the head of Planned Parenthood. I can't remember name now Dr something or other. She said that thousands of women die from news to die from abortions. That's not true. That's just a lie. That. The abortion lobby keeps saying, thousands of women a year used to dive and abortion is not true at all. It believe it might have been like a dozen year. Something like that. But they say thousands a year, that's that's not accurate. She lied, but they had identified me, and this is the frustration that I had at the hill because much of much of the hill TV. Staff were very liberal, and I am not liberal. So as you know. So there was always a little bit of a, a little bit of a disconnect in this regard. But they were informed that I was considered an enemy of choice by Planned Parenthood, which is something that I wear a badge of honor, and I should probably get a t shirt that says enemy of choice, although wouldn't be clear to everybody. What choice I'm an enemy of? But anyway, Tony van pelts knows that I'm not on. I'm not on her team. So she sits down and launches right at the national organization for women far left group, all think of progressive women's issue, and they're all over it. And here's how some of the conversation went policies for me, not having more energy play clip thirteen. I'm very sad by this. And I'm an of course upset and many women in the country are very angry. By the fact that these men have made this decision about their bodily integrity when it's really none of their business, but wasn't just mad who weighed in on this, it was a seven two decision about a couple of liberals actually went along with it. So we'll why you're saying just mad because it is driven by men. I'm I'm uncertain as to what you're talking about. But it is an undue burden on women's Kagan joined the majority of its when we say man, I mean my understanding is that Kagan joined the majority here. She's, obviously a woman thinks that right? Thank you for bringing up that point. Yeah. Yeah. It, it wasn't just men a woman went with the majority here saying that, yeah, they can dispose the state can say you have to dispose of this, as you would human remains because that's what it is human remains. To human being. But notice that, that, you know that sort of snide. Yeah. She said was stupid and I just I didn't call it do, but I just made it obvious that it's stupid by saying that you're saying that the men made this decision, but it wasn't just met a woman made this decision to, and you liberals went along with the conservatives on the court here. So why go with the why go with the nonsense talking point? But let's, let's dig a little deeper into the nonsense talking puts your play. Fourteen. Why should the gender of the Justice matter in these cases, why should the gender of the Justice in this particular case, we're talking about particular men that hold these views? And that's why it with matter. What about the fact that in Roe v? Wade, all of the majority. We're meant does that then affect their ability to weigh in an impartial and fair manner. You're not here and we're not talking about that. Now we're talking about principle, as to why is the gender of the Justice should matter. I really don't see that as an important to this. To this discussion because what we're talking about. It's women here. We're not talking about men except in the way that men try to control women. And that's why the first thing you said when you sat down, this is a decision by a bunch of men, so. Right. Okay. I just said that it is men who are trying to control women. That's why it's so important that we put more women on to the state legislatures. Notice. How she she spits out there? You know, men are the ones pushing this decision as if they're allowed to push decisions about women's bodies. And all I say this is very straightforward. I mean she's obviously a truly brainwashed. Left-wing pro-abortion automaton, all I say to our is okay. Well, Roe v. Wade was all men all of the majority and Roe v. Wade men does does that mean that, you know, when men do what you want them to do. They have full agency, full license on the court to weigh in on women's bodies, and what they can and can't you when they don't do it there, men. They're not allowed to I think she's just not clever enough to understand what I was trying to explain to her. It's not it's actually not complicated. Mike. She the president of the national organization for women. I think she's something or the national spokesperson for. Yeah. She's the president. The president of the national organization for women folks. Not not impressive. Not smart. Let's just say, not somebody who under and I think that it's, it's not that she's a dumb person per se, arguments are dumb, her understanding, these, you is dumbed down, because it has to be because otherwise it falls into contradiction. That's why she's a little brainwashed soldier of sorts for her side, who is told to just go and, and attack the other side, and she's not told why or Howard anything else. You just knows that this is for women and abortion, is a right. Doesn't think beyond that and then just one more question just to give you a sense of what v other side with the Democrats really want here. This is what I asked the president of the national organization for him and play fifteen should abortions me directly subsidized by taxpayers. I think that all health care should not be subsidised is universal, right. For people that's my tax dollars should go toward abortions, which you believe is part of health, our healthcare, birth control, sex education abortion, classic abortion lobby maneuver there. You'll notice when I asked her is very straightforward. Yes or no question should tax dollars go toward abortion. She says, well, all healthcare is a yet. So is that a yes or no? Well, let's talk about all this other. This is what Planned Parenthood does. Well, we're all about mammograms and giving out birth control.

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"ms van" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

14:15 min | 3 years ago

"ms van" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"WLS AM dot com. Sentencing hearing, the judge is now speaking effort very short recess we've heard closing arguments. Everybody here has been outstanding. There's a lot of emotion involved in. I understand that both the Liqun McDonald's family and his loved ones and Jason Van Dyke in his family and his supporters in the independent people out there, some call themselves demonstrators, some call themselves protesters, but these are concerned citizens, and they have a constitutional right to be here. But there is no council Tucson right to disrupt the court and effective administration of Justice. So you let me tell you exactly how I feel. I feel so proud of you you've been the example for our not only for our city and our county and our state, but this is going national on TV. So we'll let them see how outstanding individuals citizens of this state of this county another city are that no matter what the verdict is. And I assume that one hundred percent of everybody's going to be disappointed. So and that's my job, and I accept it willingly. So thank you. All right. To begin. First of all we're going to have to go back to win. The jury. To get a little insight into this process and into the reasoning for my. Starting off. I the jury was instructed on first degree murder. And the beginning of the instruction was staying either the charge of first degree murder or the charge of second degree murder. The state must prove the following propositions. I proposition that the defendant performed X which caused the death of Kline McDonnell and that the defendant did so he intended to kill a do of a Bali harm to the crime McDonald. Or he knew that such edge what caused that to look wine McDonald or knew that such x created a strong probability of death or great bodily harm to LeBron McDonnell and third proposition that the defendant was not justified in using the force. Then the next operative paragraph is you may not consider whether the defendant is guilty of the lesser offense second degree murder until and unless you have I determined that the state has proved the above propositions beyond a reasonable doubt. What that means is first of all there has to be proved beyond a reasonable doubt. That first degree murder was committed. That is the foundation that second degree murder consideration has to be laid up. We're not moving any place until the jury came back with the jury with the decision that each and every element of first degree murder has been proven. Then according to professor Clint Richard clink instead of the common definition of lesser offense. Second degree murder is first degree murder. Which is the superior charge, plus mitigating factors. So comma definition of a lesser offense is that it requires less proof in this case. The supreme court in the state legislature has the right to use what nomenclature they want. They consider second degree murder a lesser offense. So this is where we have to get before we start analyzing different propositions. But again, you have to understand that to get the second degree murder consideration. What's the jury didn't came back with the verdict of second degree murder? The condition preceding to even consider the issues are that there has been a finding of first degree murder and each and every element of that finding has to be proved beyond a reasonable doubt. Now moving on. People versus Lee, which is the supreme court has the coded quite a bit into the very instructive case concerning second degree murder and also aggravated battery charged with fire Justice, Robert, I usually Justice Thomas in that case of the supreme court frame the issue, which I think is important here and are all aggravated battery with a firearm cases are crimes more serious than the offense of all second degree murder cases as a matter of law while it goes through this. Let me just remind you this continuing live coverage of the sentencing hearing for Jason Van Dyke euless judge Gon who's gonna rule and sentenced, Jason daycare imminently. It's a packed courtroom. And there's a heavy law enforcement presence in the courtroom right now. And if you look it's we use a common Loma glacier. That second degree murder is a class one felony. Actually, it is a super class one felony the state legislature decided to increase the penalty on second degree murder by thirty three percent instead of four years to fifteen years in state penitentiary with two years mandatory supervised release they increase the two four to twenty years in the state penitentiary along with the other provisions of probation, etc. But looking at that. And then Justice Thomas's analysis of the penalties. They his finding were that they overlap because you have the four to twenty six to thirty. So that would lead to the conclusion or to support the conclusion that you have to analyze these cases on a particular case by case basis in the facts in each individual state case controls and to analyze those facts and to compare which is the more serious offence. And these are case specific decisions. No general proposition is being issued from this court. This only applies to the case of the murder of Klein McDonnell. So you have to look at the sentences, and once there is this overlapping, we don't have a computer to do that we have to have a trial judge to look at that to determine which would be the more appropriate sentence for aggravated battery with a firearm or second degree murder. Back in nineteen eighty seven our state legislature enacted the crime of second degree murder two years later, while it was July a little bit more than two years later, they enacted the crime of aggravated battery with a fire at that time, we have to presume and certainly our state legislature knew the difference between these two crimes, and certainly the aggravated battery with a firearm came in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine if they wanted to eliminate the certainly had the power to they could say in cases of where there's a finding both second degree murder and aggravated battery with a firearm. There is no second degree murder and accused or convicted convicted must be sentenced on the aggravated battery with the fire just to take a couple examples if someone was shot in the baby finger by a fire, unjustly and all the elements of aggravated. Dot battery with a firearm where there that would be the crime of aggravated battery with a fire again, if someone was shot in the baby toe by a firearm, unjustly and all the elements of aggravated battery with a firearm have been proven, those are egg invaded battery with a firearm cases. The thing evaluate especially case specific is here is it more serious for the clan MacDonald shot by a firearm. Or is it more serious for clan MacDonald be murdered by a fire? Comes to easy answer on that in this specific case, therefore, my findings are that. I will sentence Mr. Van Dyke on the second degree murder count. Again, applying justices Thomas's reasoning I find that the lesser offense in this particular case, and of facts is the aggravated battery with a firearm just as an aside all those shots were done within a range of any place from fourteen so many seconds, but less than thirty seconds at the most. So I consider that one act so they would all merge, but I'm not going to enter judgment on that as Illinois requires that one AC one-sentence went crime. So therefore, there'll be no judgment entered in on the aggravated battery with a firearm. I'll enter judgment on a second degree murder. Call now again, anytime it gets easy for a human being the sense another human being debt Uman being whether it's a judge or if determined and a death penalty case the jury they should get out of the business. All right. So this is not pleasant and this is not easy. But this is some kind of a profession that I chose and I'm not complaining about it. But I certainly have to take into consideration all the feelings that are involved here today engineering throughout the whole trial. And I want to compliment the lawyers here just I don't have the exact figures, but initially the amount of information that they had was five hundred thousand emails, maybe more than one hundred thousand pages of discovery look lawns. DCF files were in the neighborhood of about eight thousand seven hundred people that have been here, you wonderful people during the trial node, the expert witnesses the reports that have been. Filed the motion settlement. So both sides have done such a tremendous amount of work in a very professional. I want to compliment though. Now moving on. You've been here today. And you've seen the impact that this. I mean this crime and has had on climate, Donald and his family you seen the impact on. The van dykes and their family the children. That's the shame. The family are suffering tremendous amount of pain during this along with Lochlann. Mcdonald's family and loved ones, and I've sat here time and time again along with my brother judges that are here in this courtroom. And it's just so senseless that these X occur because you can see the pain on both sides of the family. And I think Mr McMahon said in closing arguments in the case chief, this is a tragedy for both sides. So this is not easy. And I don't expect it easy. I findings are inappropriate sentence would be eighty one months in the Illinois department of corrections two years. Mandatory supervisory meets MS Van Dyke. You have to. Rights. I have to inform you of one the first right? Did you have a right to me reconsider your sense? That means within thirty days, you'd have to file a written document, call the motion to reconsider in that written document must contain all the reasons why you want me to reconsider your sense if you cannot afford an attorney for that motion. And you wanted to have one in preparation of it, the state would pay for that attorney you understand that right? You have to answer. Yes. Or no. Or you don't know. Okay. The next right? Is you have the right to appeal both the trial and the sentencing again within thirty days, you'd have to file a different written document. And that document is called a notice of appeal if you could not afford the appeal the state would pay for your lawyer would pay for your transcripts and all filing fees. If you couldn't afford your appeal you understand that right? Awesome. Thank you. I w short. Well, that's. All right. Six point seven five years. Eighty one months, right? Is that the math so six seven months, so? Yeah, right right areas. So in short recess he's now being taken back into custody. He's in an orange jumpsuit, essentially, there was no outbursts that I saw at least not yet in the courtroom a lot of disappointed faces as I said my opening kind of my opening comments here. It's a tale of two cities in and I've been watching this throughout the entire day. I the prosecution that would bring up their witnesses the McDonald family members, the the Reverend who's is a great uncle made a statement on behalf. Kwon mcdonald? And then the four other quote unquote, victims of abuse. So they say from officer Van Dyke from many years ago, the most recent one I think is four or five years ago. A lot of retired cops ex cops who worked with them also gave testimony in the current F O P president did Kevin Graham, the former F O P president did as well, very very emotional, very very strong testimony. As I mentioned, the judge did allow a lot of leeway. So end result is six six six years nine months, you think John is that about right six years nine months or some mitigating circumstances there? And you heard the judge ASCA Van Dyke if he wanted him to reconsider the sentence. I would imagine. It'll be advised by his defense team. Not to ask the judge to do that again. All right. We're going to catch up on news. We're gonna take a quick break. Then we'll get into the newsroom with Jen and come back and talk O'Brien Brian Warner. He was a former chairman of the Chicago police survivors group he wants to comment on this. We're going to hear from a variety of people who are already in the courtroom today as they make their way out. We're hoping to talk to dean Angelo and the current F O P president about their reaction. Also members the the liquidity McDonald of family and some community activists as well. Right up until seven o'clock complete coverage here on wwl house. What would you do with an extra thousand or two every month? I tend to free class to learn with the Wall Street, boys. Hope you'll never find out Online Trading Academy. Call.

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