35 Burst results for "One Evening"
A New Report in Georgia Shines a Light on Brad Raffensperger
"There's a startling article in gateway pundit that is talking about Georgia and talking about the Secretary of State Brad raffensperger. And they quote a guy from a group conservative group in Georgia that is called voter Georgia, voter GA. This is Garland fever rito. And he says with regard to Bragg, meaning raffensperger, I don't think anyone believes down here that he actually won. When I saw this, I was like, what does that mean? Well, raffensperger won his primary for Secretary of State. But surveys had shown that he was deeply unpopular in the state. So a lot of people in Georgia were like, wow, how is it that he won in one rather decisively and one even more than he was predicted to win before the primary itself. He was leading right before, but his margin was substantially even bigger. Well, this group called voter Georgia border GA has put out a report. Basically, alleging and I want to emphasize alleging that the Georgia voting system seems to have added 15% of votes to raffensperger's total. And so their voter Georgia is now filing, has has filed a challenge in all 159 counties and they are saying that these that the vote count, which is, by the way, dominion vote count for the Secretary of State is not accurate, and that he certified these unlawful results. So basically what voter Georgia wants to do is unseal the ballots so that you can count the ballots and match them up against the results that were given by the machines. I mean, this would seem to be something rather obvious and easy to do and I don't see why they haven't done it already. If anything to build confidence in the results. But this is what the article alleges and it's coming from voter Georgia that raffensperger received about 53% of the Republican day votes. While the dominion voting system awarded him 68.4% of those votes for Secretary of
NPR's Rage Over Laws That Stop Individuals From Infiltrating Elections
"Here's an interesting headline in NPR, private funding saved a 2020 election. Now some GOP led states are banning it. This article by miles parks, raises the immediate question. How can private funding save an election? You have an election. Elections, by the way, is supposed to be run by, I shouldn't just say the government, but by the states themselves. Using state money. They're not supposed to be vulnerable to private funding for the simple reason that private funding comes with private leverage and private leverage can lead to control manipulation, even the takeover of an election process. Now the point here is that NPR knows that this is in fact kind of what happened, at least in certain key places, like Wisconsin, in the 2020 election. It was so brazen. It was so outrageous that no one even thought to pass laws against it. And so Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan put in almost half a $1 billion. Other people put in money as well, and then using front groups, these so called nonprofits. They were able to go to election offices and essentially say, listen, we'll give you money, but on the condition that you let our people in to help run things. Wow. So talk about manipulation of an election by private individuals using the pocketbook. I mean, here are the left rails about campaign finally campaign finance laws, big money has too big a role in the election. Dinesh, you gave $20,000 over the campaign finance limit. It's a real pity you aren't locked up for two full years for that. Your contaminating democracy, but somehow, here it comes to Mark Zuckerberg when I'm talking about $20,000 when I'm talking about $200,000, we're talking about $400 million.
Biden signs policing order on anniversary of Floyd's death
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting President Biden signs a policing order on the second anniversary of George Floyd's death President Joe Biden signed an executive order Wednesday to improve accountability in policing The signing came two years to the day that George Floyd died while detained by police in Minneapolis Floyd's family was in attendance at The White House Events remembering your loved ones even though they're meant with great reverence are really hard Everything's come back as if it was happened yesterday The event followed by one day yet another mass shooting in America This one at an elementary school in Yuval de Texas I'm just sick and tired Of what's going on it continues to go on Biden said he and the First Lady will travel to Yuval day in the coming days to meet with the families Mike Gracia Washington
Update on the latest sports
"BP sports I'm Josh rowntree in the NHL one eastern semis already over while the other one was evened up Tuesday night Correspondent Mike mancuso with more from New York Andrew Cobb scored a goal and added two assists as the rangers knocked off the hurricanes four to one even the second round playoff series of two wins apiece Frank for Toronto Adam Fox and Mika's advantage at old school to give the rangers a three to nothing lead after two periods Cops 5th of the playoffs iced the game midway through the third and he spoke of the team's effort I feel like today was a good effort again from our team And I think we played a pretty good series so far And we're just trying to build off some of the momentum that we've created in these last two games You go to your search in 30 saves for the win the hurricane is over 5 on the road in the playoffs They will host game 5 on Thursday night In the western semis Edmonton grabbed a three one series lead over Calgary with a 5 three win Ryan nugent Hopkins scored a pair of goals for the oilers including the game winner with under four minutes to go Evander Kane scored his 11th and 12th goals of the postseason for Edmonton as well No sweep in the NBA's western finals Dallas able to stave off elimination with a one 19 one O 9 win over Golden State The Mavs hit 23 pointers and Luka Dončić scored 30 points grabbed 14 rebounds and dished out 9 assists to force a game 5 We got to believe you know I think our difference was way better today and I think we take the paint You know those two things are key And that's what we got to bring to San Francisco On the diamond Toronto took down St. Louis 8 to one as Jay's pitcher Kevin gausman got plenty of run support That's what we are you know That's what we normally are So you know it's been pretty quiet in there lately So you know for us to kind of get our mojo back I guess You know just have that high energy Everybody talking in the dugout It was nice to see And the NFL has expanded the Rooney rule again This time to include quarterbacks coaches in a further effort to diversify the coaching ranks The change was announced Tuesday at the owners meeting in Atlanta I'm Josh Brown tree AP
Rangers power past Hurricanes 4-1 in Game 4 to even series
"Andrew Cobb scored a goal and added two assists as the range was knocked off the hurricanes four to one even the second round playoff series of two wins apiece Frank for Toronto Adam Fox and Mika sabana Chad old school have to give the rangers a three to nothing lead after two periods Cops 5th of the playoffs iced the game midway through the third and he spoke of the team's effort I feel like today was a good effort again from our team I think we played a pretty good series so far and we're just trying to build off some of the moments that we've created in these last two games You go out your circ in 30 saves for the win the hurricanes of 5 on the road in the playoffs They will host game 5 on Thursday night Mike manky so
93: Find What Tickles the Soul - burst 03
"I think a lot of I think a lot of the, you know, at a certain point, I think we reach a place where, you know, listen, I don't need any more character. Life can take it easy on me now. And so I think I had a lot of the grit again just rural Tennessee and especially rural Tennessee where I was, I mean, I wasn't in the absolute deep, deep, deep, deep, deep Woods, but in the 70s and Tennessee where I was out by Hendersonville and gallatin, not like it is today. There was not a whole lot around. So I had quite a bit of what we would call character building and grid just growing up in a single parent home. By the time I got to Los Angeles, the LA part was just trying to build a career in an exceedingly difficult profession where I didn't have I didn't have any nepotism. I didn't have anything, I didn't show up here with anything on my side for lack of a better phrase. Yeah. Well, national was a totally different city back then in the 70s than it is now. I mean now it's the home and hard of a lot of productions, both movies and radio and television. That was not happening way back then in the same way. Now it's Nash Vegas. First of all, it's the number one bachelorette weekend destination in the south. It's number one, even more so than Atlanta. And number two, I mean, yeah, my mother was a country singer, but there's a very famous train station Alan in Nashville called union station that actually country songs have been written about it. It's beautiful. They refurbished it. When I was in high school, it was boarded up in dilapidated. So yeah, you didn't go past, you didn't go past 20th or 21st street towards first street to downtown. When I was a kid or you were looking for trouble and that would be just past Vanderbilt. So it's a very different city now, yes. Yeah. As I say right now, I mean to Nashville and there are many areas that you would stay out of. I mean, it's a totally grown up city and it's safe. It's prosperous. It's really become uptown. Whereas it used to be a hole to begin with. You are correct. There were distinctly places you did not go. That is correct. And now it is. It's just, it's just blown up in the last 15, 20 years. Unbelievable. Yeah. For sure. So do you remember any stories along the way that you can tell the audience? About that journey? Several of them depends on which ones we can allow on air. No, I think we, when we tend to use the word journey, doctor leica, we, a lot of times, as a country that we're very result oriented and I respectfully understand that certainly as an athlete, your result oriented, taking tests where result oriented, and so when we look at journeys, sometimes we wind up just looking at the end of like, oh my gosh, that person is so and so they've gotten to it doesn't matter what industry it is. And so when I tend to look at some of those years, I tend to look back at some of the moments when I should have looked at myself and gone, what the hell are you doing? And one of the key ones for me would have been what I chose to go to Atlanta for two years. I won an event in New York. And I could have gone to New York, but similarly, New York back then, Manhattan back then is not the Manhattan you see today. I mean, people who have not seen Times Square from a perspective of the early 80s to where it is today, Times Square was a place after one or 2 o'clock in the morning, you would just get killed. And so I had been there and for this event and as a guy who grew up in the rural south and who also was a golfer, I didn't really see myself hanging out in Manhattan trying to haul my sticks on the subway somewhere to go play golf. So I chose Atlanta, but I also went to Atlanta with a very old car, $200 in my pocket, and the only person that knew I was coming was the gal who was to be my agent. So I had to I slept in my car for three days in this abandoned Sears parking lot. That is in really upscale Buckhead at the time. It was just this big abandoned building. And it was kind of downhill and there was behind the building thing and I thought, oh, that seems safe. And I literally slept in my car for three days, and then my agent had a client that was in the catering business. And she had a couple of kids that they had moved out. She was an empty nester. And she was kind of a whack a doodle. She might have been kind of a functioning alcoholic. She was funny. And she didn't live that far down peachtree. And I rented a room from her for $50 a week. For about 6 or 7 months and then one of her neighbors was a lawyer and he knew somebody who worked at this really fancy restaurant downtown and he helped get me a job. And once I had a job for 6 or 7 months, I had enough money to finally move out and get my own place. So that's the beginning of a journey right there. That is the beginning of a journey and how did you get motivated? A lot of things were stacked against you. You know, a lot of things, you know how many actors try and never meet their dreams. How did you stay motivated during that process? You know, that becomes the intriguing part about that question for me, which ironically, I've asked a number of people on my own myself. Is we get into the we go the direction in my opinion of nature versus nurture. And I'm someone who believes, I don't think that it's 50 50 personally as a guy who was almost a psychology double major. I do believe we're a little more nurture than we are in nature personally. I think our environment of how we grow up has a little bit longer lasting effect on us and maybe the nature part of us remains a little more a little more hidden, but not always. I think that the way I grew up with just a sister and a mother who was not home very much and was sort of a latchkey kid who learned a lot on his own and had to grow up pretty fast. I think there was just a nurtured part of me that quitting wasn't really in my vocabulary. I don't know if you want to put words to something like that such as stubborn or cocky or defiant or I don't know. It doesn't much really matter. Even just going to the event that I went to in New York that I won, we didn't have any money for me to go to that. I literally had to go around and raise the money to be able to even go on that trip and when I wanted and that's a trophy that sits right
Mike Lindell, CEO of My Pillow, Gives Us a 2020 Election Update
"Now again, people haven't been following this. You're in the weeds. You know the details. Give us the big picture of what happened. There was an autumn in Maricopa County months ago. Let's start there. What happened with Arizona? Everybody remembers. If everybody remembers that months ago, when America audit, which took, I don't know, 7, 7 months, 8 months, you know, took quite a long time. All these volunteers, all these other people that were days and days and that weeks and then months on the side, it comes out and they grab the paper part of it and they say, what recounted the paper, it looks like by one, even Fox put a little bluff and they never talk, you know, boxes in on it, period. So the very, I mean, Karen fan whose president of the Senate at that time did not, she was kind of an obstructionist to not dig any deeper into this. And with, well, the auto kept going on, okay? All the stuff that was purported that was going to come out at the camp coming out that the Senate got to see in the legislatures in Arizona. Well, here's what happened yesterday, everybody. Okay, I got to go back to one thing about three months ago I get a call from this lady and her name is Heather honey and she was from Pennsylvania and she goes, miss julinda, she says, you don't know me, but I got your number. I was one of the ones that was part of the audit. We worked every day for months. And she said, the media, she said it's come out. They're lying. And they're lying and they're not showing the truth. She says, and she wasn't even Eric should not even have. You know, I don't even know she had Democrat or public. She was just a citizen that was working on this for months and a part of her job. Well, anyway, I said, and she goes, she felt horrible. She goes, how can I be in this country, whether the media is not talking about about what really happened? I said, you know what? That's the space we're in right now, Heather, but I said, I will promise you, I told her, this will not be in vain. All your hard work in Arizona, all the people that they've done there that they just would not give up on their election to save our country. Well, guess what? Yesterday, Heather,
Across Asia, spike in virus cases follows Lunar New Year
"Across across across across Asia Asia Asia Asia virus virus virus virus cases cases cases cases have have have have sold sold sold sold following following following following the the the the lunar lunar lunar lunar new new new new year year year year many many many Asian Asian Asian countries countries countries are are are facing facing facing a a a spike spike spike in in in cope cope cope with with with nineteen nineteen nineteen infections infections infections after after after the the the widely widely widely celebrated celebrated celebrated lunar lunar lunar holidays holidays holidays as as as health health health officials officials officials grapple grapple grapple with with with the the the Omicron Omicron Omicron variant variant variant and and and expectations expectations expectations the the the numbers numbers numbers will will will continue continue continue to to to rise rise rise in in in the the the coming coming coming weeks weeks weeks the the the new new new year year year which which which is is is China's China's China's biggest biggest biggest holiday holiday holiday was was was celebrated celebrated celebrated across across across age age age on on on February February February one one one even even even as as as pandemic pandemic pandemic restrictions restrictions restrictions in in in many many many countries countries countries kept kept kept crowds crowds crowds and and and family family family outings outings outings to to to a a a minimum minimum minimum in in in Hong Hong Hong Kong Kong Kong authorities authorities authorities are are are confronting confronting confronting freckled freckled freckled virus virus virus cases cases cases the the the restraining restraining restraining his his his so so so called called called zero zero zero because because because the the the policy policy policy elsewhere elsewhere elsewhere in in in Singapore Singapore Singapore Malaysia Malaysia Malaysia and and and Thailand Thailand Thailand health health health officials officials officials are are are reporting reporting reporting high high high infection infection infection numbers numbers numbers largely largely largely driven driven driven by by by Omicron Omicron Omicron I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Taylor Taylor Taylor this this this month month month
What Is Christian Nationalism?
"What is Christian nationalism? Is it opposed to patriotism and living for America? I'll tell you what Christian nationalism, Christian nationalism is what people use as a label when they don't like you. In other words, even the concept, I literally think The New York Times recently referred to me as a Christian nationalist. And my first response is, what idiots, right? Because you think no one even knows what the term means. They're using it as a bludgeon to say it's kind of like saying, you know, Christian bigot, Eric, it's completely meaningless. And it also I think underscores the deep misunderstanding in secular mainstream circles of what it is to live out one's faith. And whether that faith has anything to say about political issues. So when people talk about that, first of all, I would say please read my book if you can keep it. The forgotten promise of American liberty because I think in my book if you can keep it, I explain that you really can not escape being political if you live out
No One Even Noticed Pete Buttigieg Is on Paternity Leave
"Well, we found out where Pete Buttigieg has been. He has been on paternity leave for two months now last time that came up, I got in trouble with megyn Kelly. So I'm not touching that issue. Lord knows what happened. She wrote about it in her book. You can Google it, megyn Kelly and Mike Gallagher on the issue of maternity leave. So wow. Two months two plus months for maternity leave. Paid paternity leave. You know what's the best part of the story of Pete Buttigieg being MIA all this time? Nobody really even noticed till this week. That's how irrelevant he is. Nobody even really noticed he was gone. He's the transportation secretary. We've had this supply chain crisis for weeks. And they just noticed though the other day. Where's he been? Always on paternity leave. And that became a whole thing and then Tucker Carlson attacked him and then he responded to Tucker Carlson and he's saying he can still do the job from whatever. But isn't it amazing? No one knew he was gone.
Why McConnell Helped Schumer Increase Debt Limit
"Jake. It's here. i was about to slander. You betcha they wrote punchbowl news last night and took the day off. 'cause the feds rob welcome back by now no i. My phone was on silence. I apologize not problem. Date chairman of punchbowl. Get your punchbowl news at punchbowl news dot com check last hour. I played chuck schumer speech. You wrote your assessment of the binding legislative agenda. Did you take into account the impact of the shimmer speech which brosseau told maria barham yesterday has deeply soured the republican caucus. I mean to the point. They don't want to talk to the guy. yeah. I actually don't. They didn't talk much to anyway. I don't find that big. I don't find it to be this positive. I've been through a lot of michael's where speeches what we're supposed to ruin relationships. The fact is the reality is. There's not much cooperation that we anticipate anyway. I think the conventional wisdom is wrong on the democratic side. I think that because mcconnell blinked and this lasts debt limit fight he makes it less likely appoint again And i think that i just i. I don't think the speeches what did it. I mean it's not like we were in a golden era for cooperation. What did you make joe mansion face in his hands and then leaving. We reported at the time that he He used next live instead. It was. I read batting. Yeah i can't remember exactly what it was I think listen. I think i am the cynic here is you know hugh i think. Being against schumer is beneficial for him. But i do think. Joe manchin owns chuck schumer in a way In the sense that he can't get anything done. Schumer can't without joe mansion so You know what mansion said In in many respects was right that if you want to have more progressive agenda you don't have to worry about joe manchin so like progressives to the senate you know and i think that's the reality of it now. Can i explain to you. My theory of what happened last week. I think mitch mcconnell one. Even though people think he lost. I think he intended people think he lost so that he could win. In december he could not allow the debt crisis right now so he waited and waited and waited extended it till december and he will allow it in december. Couldn't allow it now. It might have the reconciliation going to a higher number now. The democrats have to work out their reconciliation and if they do they're going to have passed trillions of dollars in spending and they're gonna have to borrow for it to reconciliation to get your take ship sherman. I don't think that yeah i mean. Listen i i think that he. I don't think that he won or lost. I think this was kind of a stupid fight with an. It's now it was a stupid deal. That really screws over everyone involved. I mean i agree with you. He couldn't have a he could not afford to have a default And he did. In the only the i guess i would say. He won. Because schumer's main argument against reconciliation and lifting with reconciliation was that he didn't have time that was schumer's made argument yao He can't make that argument. So i i and i hear that I do hear that. There's a lot of anger in the republican conference. Though i mean. We can't underestimate that On what mcconnell. There's no movement to get rid of them that silliness that is coming from whatever wherever trump. We're getting that from. Oh you mean getting rid of mcconnell not not a not a chance
Becoming the Same Person in Public as You Are in Private
"I think deep down. We know we're not going to be able to live through this much longer right this tyranny of self censorship so we complain a lot about censorship turning point. Usa and we should censorship from the tech companies censorship from the corporations. But what's the number one form of censorship. you shutting up you. i do when. I'm around certain family members. I'm like i'm not going to deal with this right now. I'm not going to do it like i can. I have one evening where i don't talk about it. Guess what that countries over. No more not talking about politics. No we're not talking about philosophy or what you believe in now every single time that you interact with somebody. You're gonna be like you know what i actually disagree. I actually don't think we should shut down. Lock down the country or mandate mandate vaccines against people's well. And i think it's generally a bad idea to put a mask on a fire. I think it's child abuse. And i think you should go to prison like that's a good. That's a good way to begin argument with your now. That's not going to win you a lot of friends but look around. You can make new friends right. Look around you can meet new people and that new bonds new relationships new friendships. What i'm saying is that the key so being a conservative activist on the frontlines. Which all of you are is being the same person in public that you are in private. You wanna be free. People say i want to be free charlie. Then be the same person you are to your best friend than you are on social media some of your like already that you are in the vast minority of americans because you know most americans the e mails we get on our radio. Show on our podcast. You they say charlie. I'm terrified to express my opinion at work. I can't tell anyone what i actually believe. I leave my house. And i have to put on a camouflaged costume disguise and pretend to be a political moderate or a leftist just to keep the paycheck keep going. That is not sustainable. Everybody
Melvin Van Peebles, godfather of Black cinema, dies at 89
"A pioneering filmmaker who helped launch the blaxploitation Aaron movies is died some call Melvin van Peebles the godfather of modern black cinema and not just because he ushered in movies like shaft and Superfly his son Merrill says his dad knew that black images matter if a single black image is worth a thousand words how much more what a whole movie about blacks be worth novem people's answer that question when he released sweet Sweetback's badass song which he wrote produced directed starred in and scored in this two thousand and four interview he said that it did not only inspire black filmmakers you have women directing films in the one even begin to think about you have Latinos you have Asian you have blacks you have disenfranchised across the board being able to do things that made possible made on a budget of about a half billion dollars sweet sweet back or in fourteen million at the box office despite being an X. rated having limited distribution and few positive reviews by critics I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Prof. Thomas D. Williams on the Fate of Western Civilization
"He's with us right now. One on what professor. Thomas williams welcome to america first. Thank you very much. Dr gorka dr g. It's always a pleasure. Thank you kindly. I'm gonna jump straight in with a very simple question. Is civil is western civilization. Dead or dying professor williams. Well i think that's the plan of certain sectors of our society and you judging from for example higher education you'd say yes because they're intentionally excluding it from curricula. They're moving east. They're moving away from anything that they see us too eurocentric. So there's definitely a plan afoot to eliminate that and also talking with today's young people from millennials down. There was very little knowledge of western civilization the way it was much more common a generation ago that being said western civilization will not die. Because we're not gonna let it die and there are enough of us. Culture warriors out there who believe in the value of western civilization and its christian roots. Its greco roman roots to be willing to get out there and continue to make that message now. Well i love that. I love that answer. When you say there are enough of us. Warriors for the judeo-christian civilisation. Some would say it's a very small number. What gives you that. Certitude or that that quantification. It's enough to get the job done or is it simply the fact if you look at the theology of old. We've already one. Well that's a great answer to. I think both of those are true that the algae is very clear that we've already one. Even though jesus himself said when the son of man returns will he find any faith on the earth question mark so there is that open ended question of which way will society which wiggle civilization eventually. Go and it's not guaranteed that it will go in the right
Siyona Vikram, Host of 'Little Mind Chats', on the Dangers of Plastic Toys
"Just wrapped season for my podcast. Which was about a environment. I've been very lucky to speak to some variants firing scientists and children from across the world. The discussion with each of them left a deep impact on my thoughts and made me realize that apart from many other problems. Plastic is a real problem too and that we have to act now so i decided to do something. I took some time to understand. What is mike capacity to help reduce plastic one evening while playing with my brother. I realized we were using plastic bowl. It suddenly struck me that most of his toys in mind for made of plastic plastic toys are all around us. Does this look familiar. Every single house would kids have huge stashes of toys like these ones. I started doing some research on plastic toys. And i'd like to share in this forum. Some astonishing facts for my research that followed it turns out that ninety percent of the toys in the world today. I'm made of plastic according to a unep report from two thousand fourteen. It stated the toy industry belongs to the group that uses plastic the most intensively in products it also published her applaud that finds twenty five percent of children's toys contain harmful
Untapped Potential: India's Growing Podcast Market, Analyzed by Mae Mariyam Thomas
"Last year. Chargeable reported that there were twice as many new english-language podcasts that were created in twenty twenty compared to the previous year and many languages so much more growth the highest being hindi-language podcast which grew by fourteen times more which was doubled the growth of chinese and spanish podcasts. Plus currently there podcasts and ten new languages in india including thumb in telugu milem canada and even assamese and bulge bully to name. a few. I've been working in the space for the last five years and in the last three years i've started my own company to create a one stop shop solution for creators and brands and platforms to make podcasts. I have worked with audio streaming apps gio salmon and audible where we've licensed our shows or created shows for their platforms. I've worked with well known pastry chefs to create an entrepreneur. Podcast no sugar coat or worked with a gynecologist to create a women's health show. 'cause she says she's fine or may chose with comedians. Like a matchmaking. Show the comedian called caen sorge or comedy panel show with comic called a beach matthew and it's called on experts into any twenty even though it was a really tough year and twenty twenty one even more so i was really hoping that could have a chance to speak at podcast movement in nashville itself this year. But of course. We're living in pandemic times and i'm grateful that i'm at least here. Virtually one of the most interesting aspects of twenty twenty was at even though it was a difficult time it was. We realized that there was growing attention. We were getting from brands. I got the opportunity to work with. A dating app called bumble. And their indian counterparts to conceptualize and produce an original podcast with them called is romance dead. The show was about understanding the idea of romance through the things. We consider romantic like love songs. Food films books and told from the viewpoint of musicians filmmakers wedding planners counselors bakers and more. I mean come on. I was able to do a gas about romance. And in the title with bumble. That's a pretty big achievement for me.
Dude, Where Are My Wheels?
"Hello ivan. How are you today. I am doing fantastic today. Priscilla and have a topic. That's very unusual title. Which you're not agree. I definitely agree. And i'm totally curious so i recently visited los angeles Where i grew up where i live for many many years is driving an area that i run around and i was regaling my wife with a story about a job. I had in a pretty tough neighborhood when i was in college. And at the end of the story. Beth said to me you have got to tell the story in a podcast so here it is. It's sort of One of my early lessons on the value of networking So i i grew up in a really Working class environment early in my life and it was really a roughly nineteen seventy five. And i was working my bachelor's degree while i was employed at a hardware store in south l. monday california and you have to understand. This happened when he was a pretty tough neighborhood with a fair number of gangs were active in the area and we closed the store It was it was a hardware store. I we close the store one evening at seven. Pm and it took about thirty minutes close all the registers and leave the store and in that thirty minute period. What could happen particularly in that neighborhood so around seven thirty we walked out of the store and we one of the employees cars sitting in the parking lot literally propped up on blocks own had stolen all four awesome wheels and left the car on four country blocks where it's at in the parking lot and Basically waiting for us to get off work and walk out there clearly My friend the person who car it was Was apoplectic when you walked out. He was absolutely went absolutely crazy.
"one evening" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"They're good ones, even though and I get it. I know what you're doing with the bills, Pets. Um, your forecasting forward, I get that. But here's the difference like I feel like when it comes to rivalries. People stopped independent thought long ago. And what I mean by that as well, You know this. You know this this this fancy voice, you know, cover. That's why did it coming up on fuck coming up on coming up on CBS. Like how many times do we play up the theatrics? Even Tiger Phil. We do that. It's not been a rivalry for years like we we try to make it a little more meteor and meaningful than it really is, and I get it because wrong nostalgic and we want even more than Then what meets the eye and something additional to latch up like 1/4 dimension. I get it, But to me, there's there's the historical rivalries which get force fed down our throats like packers bears. What the hell? This Packers bears me robbery. But if you listen to people Oh, what the hell is Raiders Chiefs? If you asked anybody. Hey, give me give me the 10 best rivalries in all the sports. I guarantee if they didn't say packers and bears, I think a lot of people would say Packers, bears and Raiders chiefs, but they're largely irrelevant. Historical. Exactly. So you have the historical element, which I think is lazy. And you also have the the regional aspect, which I believe is lazy, You know, coming up Yankees Mets. Well, all right. I mean, do you think the country really cares that much about or Dodgers angels like it sounds fancy, but without acrimony? That that is the key ingredient. There's two things that you need to have a real rivalry. I've got to be chasing something and you're in my way to get there. Okay. Now to be fair, It's also going to be somewhat equitable where I know I at least beat you. What like and the Astros always seemed to beat the Yankees, especially what it matters so maybe you can You can challenge that the depth of this rivalry with that notion, But you need acrimony. And when you have guys you know, controlling around the band out to they ripped his shirt off. I have no buzzer like there's nothing better than this right now. Now before you said Out excluding college, and I said, Well, I might even be able to incorporate that and I'm going to give you a shot. Now ask any any college football field. What's the best robbery in college football? Probably Alabama Auburn, But it depends on what part of the coming out, I think. Yeah, I wouldn't be Michigan, Ohio State. That's the choice that you could go The Red River rivalry. Oklahoma, Texas Texas O U R West Point We go Army. There's a lot of ways we could go in Bedlam is that's all you Ohio State. I mean. Oh, you and uh, Oklahoma State but missed. Again. Ohio State is the right answer. If it's not the right answer. It's the second answer, and it's really the right answer. Ohio State is one day Auburn. Well, Okay, well, you do some of the games. You've seen it up close. I get it. I'm not here. I love it. It's the SEC, which is better than the big 10. I'm not. I get it. Just Michigan's hasn't had a chance to win any of those games. But that's my point. Most people would say, Michigan, Ohio State and I'm here, but I think that's historical. But it is, but Is it really a rivalry? When one team won 17 of 19 times and the last two times they played, they put 100 and eight points on him, and it's water weight to 66. No, but we are conditioned to accept what networks and what people and what polls tell us the best Robert. You'll get more people saying Yankees Red Sox if we put a poll out there, then Yankees Astros Yankees Red Sox hasn't had heat for 5 to 10 years legitimate, Agree palpable Heat. And I believe that without like the acrimonious nature, then you throw Garrett Colt, the former Astro who's now on the eight like those are things you can't just replicate and conjure up with words. But isn't that temporary and again? That's okay. Everything's cyclical. If you're real about it, yeah, For sure. This one is this one is interesting Only because out to Vegas still a very good player. He's a great but he goes yard and walk off fashion downs. I mean, they were up seven to trust me. I watched everything executive is five. That all of a sudden 75 and he crushes a three run home run and it gets a shirt ripped off when he gets at home plate, And you know, the first thing I'm thinking about is where is this horrible tattoo? The he said. He said he was talking crap. You had it scrubbed. I mean, it really never was. A big tattoo is just a little tattoo. I think of his kid's name or something like that. But why? I think it was his wife's name or wife, whatever whatever it was, but it wasn't horrible. So why would you not want to have that shone? Especially when all training camp you're walking around without your shirt off without With your shirt off for all media to see. I mean, when you go back and look like look at the history of the tattoo excuse, which Carlos Correa said not at Jose LTV. But Carlos Correa said, Well, he really asked about. He has a bad tattoo. Mhm, who did not play by the way he's on leave paternity elites, but the point is like there was no bad tattoo. Absolutely a buzzer on he was cheating. Exactly what you only furthers my, You know it and Garen Judge knows it, and Gary Sanchez knows it. And that Chapman definitely knows it. And Chapman Certainly knows..
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It's zoo course that That if you were to take this training at a local community college because around $1500 or so, but when you volunteer with the rescue squad if you want to go to our free training Way pay for it. We also accept volunteers in the rescue squads who are already in T trained. That's amazing. That's really, really cool. And can a volunteer being advanced? Empty or paramedic? You kind of answer that, But I mean, if you are an advanced into your paramedic right now, and you've got extra time and you want you want a volunteer. Is that okay as well? Yes, it is. We've, uh we've won our volunteers to become engaged to get out there and learn and we provide that training for free. They deviancy and tea and the pear medication mentioned, uh, those internally college face courses. But we will provide our volunteers with the opportunity to scholarships to take advantage of that training and enhance those skills. It's really cool, and let's see is Virginia Beach PMS volunteer training any different from that of a paid career counterpart? Well, it's the same. That's what's so great about this. When we work with our counterparts with Gingrich Fire Department they had the same training. We do respond to a lot of calls out there. It's not unusual to see a fire truck or a lot of truck pull up. To a medical emergency or an accident and that these guys and gals on those trucks are trained to the same level as our volunteers, and it's a seamless operation. They partnered together to provide the best care they can to the patient. Okay, And if somebody does make it through the training, they become the volunteer. How many volunteer hours are required each month. Yeah. River disease That's 48,000 calls a year and it's over 130 a day. So we have tol keep those trucks out there, man with her balm to tears, so a new volunteer gives us War 12 hour shifts a month on an ambulance, and they can vendors and weekends weekdays weeknight to a combination of We're very flexible. It's not bad. That's not bad at all. And when can I volunteer run his or her duties? As I mentioned, if, if the person is they're working, Ah, day job they can run on nights They can run on the weekends. They cannot on the holidays and by versus someone, uh, Working a night. We can have them put him on the shift during the daytime on we do a stretcher and electronic Lee online and it tells when they can run, and we we put him in our traditional shifts off for the day is succeeding in the 60 M. And the night shift run 6 P.m. 16 am, but we're very flexible. Hey, I like that. I like that a lot. I like flexibility, Especially now. Everybody's flexible. Um, And if somebody is okay, let's see this question. Can some can someone already certified as an E M t volunteer with Virginia Beach? We kind of answered that. You said yes. Yes, it is, as long as it's the national registry certification that they have, and that's often surprised people off. You know, we're we're in an area that's very transitional. And we have a lot of military that come in here. And when they learn about our volunteer programs there quite often. They're surprised that you know, they've already got their training and they have gotten a toe last duty station or maybe where they originally Came from, and we actually have the ability to once we affirm their national certification. We can fast track down. They don't have to go back to all the training. It's just local protocols and have to go through. Okay and Bobby, we're going to continue with the questions again. Bobby Hill is on the phone with us. He is the volunteer recruiter with the Virginia Beach Rescue Squad Foundation. So if you know, let's say I go through the training. I become a volunteer. What type of calls? Will I be responding to? And begin to be when someone called 911 and they're suffering. A critical accident is pending a medical emergency to having the worst day of their lives at that point On it in can range from like saying Not feeling well, too serious car accident surrounding delivering babies heart attacks just to name a few. And if they call 911 in Virginia Beach, and I need that medical care. The volunteers are responding. That's great and do volunteers own their stations. Back When we've talked about the forties, their voluntary did on their stations today in Virginia Beach with we find it most of the volunteer squad. Running out of city owned buildings that are there in that area that he's already had fire trucks and stuff them and the rescue squad to do on the gang glances and but normally with exception A couple of rescue squads, most him operating out of of fire stations We did recently past couple of years, the city Virginia beach invested in a free standing in the station. That's tell me of the town center. So we're starting to think of, you know, trying to put out more stations. That's a big cost there, but cities working with us and the hope into Seymour that happened Okay, so that kind of this next question is a guest to part uh, the volunteers. We talk about their equipment. They have to purchase and own their own ambulances. So how do they pay for those ambulances? Uh, Typically the rescue squads. Uh well, hold on drama, so they're actually getting ready. Uh, two. In the next few weeks, they'll be a A citywide son. Drive going out, Tonto. 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"Dot com one even Mitchell was eight years old when she saw armed white men riding down her Chicago street I remember well free my mother was worry she's now a hundred and seven and she shares her memories of Chicago's red summer this afternoon on All Things Considered from NPR news the latest national news is all on all things considered today at three right here on K. C. R. W. so metal and it does seem that the the Russian infiltration of our voting system was more pervasive than we do right all fifty states were that Russians have the ability to hack that voting systems of according to the Senate and really in the local and local elections it's just incredible they didn't apparently they didn't change any voter data but honestly who knows right because what would be how would you verify how would you know if a few votes were changed you have to actually go back to every single veteran says that's how you got it right anyway we'll talk about that how difficult is it to revamp of the voting system it seems like in our lives there's other things that we need to do very securely that have end to end encryption right right right so I think they're experimenting with that okay it's basically going to be up to private industry that with the people who supply the voting machines to come up with the fax because it doesn't look like the government is going to do that any time sent they have voted down or refused to consider of several bills that would have toughened election security right so it looks like it again it's gonna be a private sector solution to this yeah a lot of people lot of computer scientists computer experts you're certainly not anti computer say the best way is paper paper ballots what fashion paper okay the least hack hackable of all systems you're you're covering that was having that and also there is a fascinating documentary out about Cambridge analytica speaking of hacking her election and what happened with them and Facebook you may remember the scandal that came out a few I guess it was about a year ago or two where the even take these personality quizzes on Facebook and little did you know that when you took these personality quizzes all of your contacts were being Hoover gap by this program and people who were your friends and contacts and so see it's whatever new Facebook friend group they too were being monitored now in terms of your their behavior whether or not they took the quiz or not and so this company was able to assemble a very detailed portrait of pretty much every single voter in America well and what would motivate them what their likes and dislikes where where their political or not conservative liberal blah blah blah and then they sold that data to the trump campaign who are able to to send very targeted Facebook messaging to these particular voters while the Facebook was hit with a major find this for that for that for that yeah okay so five billion billion dollars right still that's like a month for Facebook right exactly and they have always at all what was in us that was Cambridge analytica we don't know anything we just left the door open and then they came doing all this stuff but in fact they were a lot more involved in that than they initially said they work I'm several talk about that as well and we'll have our Friday film segment which is the one films one of the phones is the content in a movie you talked earlier yeah yeah he was on the show early yesterday and presented the sound track where you know his soundtracks are always terrific so yeah I had a chance to see it and I'll give my thumbs up yet you liked it two thumbs up for me everyone my Friday from critics bell chimed in would you leave morning becomes eclectic bath your new job yeah of you when you're rotating film critic saxophones do that definitely step thanks Natalie press play coming up at noon here on KCRW KCRW sponsors include live nation presenting robin the honey tour at the forum on Saturday July twenty seventh tickets are available now at Ticketmaster dot com.
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"Where the global pedic's. So and we are now here with Steve stay cry. And we love Steve super smiley, Steve's one of his very favorite people because he invented and founder of the Tuffy toys, right Steve that is correct. Now, Steve I saw you for the very first time on television several years ago, and you were talking about how your toys were made. Would you tell anybody what's so special about them? She saw me on QVC. Got it. So probably, but you're dissecting exactly what these toys were. And it is truly different and truly it works. They're they're definitely unique. So our toys are made with multiple layers. So we have two layers of luggage great material on the end side. And then we put soft fleece on the outside so think of like three layers of material, right? And the reason I put soft lease on the outside is because everybody wants to have something soft in their mouth, and sometimes polyester or nylon or any of the other durable toys, they put that on the outside. And it's not. So I don't know comfortable for the mount so please on the outside is fantastic. Then we cross-stitch all of that together. So that all three layers are now sewn together, and then we edged that with Holly Esther. And then once we edge that all the way around the sides, and then we saw the the different pieces together. And then we put webbing around the outside of that to cover up those stitches as well. So you have multiple layers you have multi. Layers of stitching, which create adorable dog toy and then for safety on the inside. If your dog happens to reach the core, we have are all this week or something to safety pockets and the safety pockets give you one additional layer before let's say, I don't know before your dog has a chance to swallow squeaker. And that's definitely something. You don't want to have happen. And one thing that I loved many things I love about your choice. But these are the most durable that I have ever found in the entire world. Everyone knows I had angel the beautiful German Shepard. And she was massive. And we have super smiley he was a big giant shelter met. And your toys are really really strong. Yeah. And we even have ones even more layers than the ones.
"one evening" Discussed on WTVN
"You're not the only one even Nobel prize winning scientists struggle to keep up with things like the rising cost of healthcare. And what to do with a portfolio will address that along with the importance of having an appropriate withdrawal strategy, and when you stop working all that and more is just moments away. But Thursday was the big day for a lot of us. Choose love. Valentine's day. Greg. Kristen I love working with a couple because love and arguments are constantly in the air with any couple guys are no different. Love is in the air, baby Valentine's Day. How'd you celebrate? Well, we went to our annual place. We always go to the melting pot at eastern. Nice nice. You know, we didn't get to go on Valentine's night because we were doing something with our staff on Friday. So we couldn't go, but you know, we had to be there early and the kids were not going to be taken care of on Valentine's night. So we did it on Tuesday the twelfth at the melting pot in that's just our Goto place. And it's such a great time. And it's a few hours of just setting talking and sharing fondue together. And all that fun fun of you. Joke there, Chris, and I like it. Thanks Hitler's from the best. Guess what? The average man spends one hundred thirty dollars on Valentine's Day, while us ladies only spend about seventy bucks about half. Yeah. Well, I probably spend a little more than that. Greg's very hard to buy four. He actually typically does really really, well, he never gets flowers on Valentine's Day, so waste of money. Because they're so to come in and ask if you want to know what he got me. Oh, okay. Is it just not appropriate for radio or it's that special never managed probably leave us alone. Is in the air a lot of people still celebrating this weekend. So happy Valentine's Day to you as well..
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"one evening" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Guess he didn't want to California teams in the Super Bowl planning east coast. That's all the time that you came in like you were the first guy to catch for thousand yards run for thousand yards. We're running backs not catching the ball that much out of the backfield back in the eighties. No, they weren't there. Weren't that many backs that we were doing like all purpose backs? They're just cure runs. Like Eric Dickerson. Earl Campbell Gerald rig guys just pure runners. Yeah. So you know, they they didn't catch the ball. Like that. Like, I I d- I call the first running back to catch five hundred balls. No one even talks about that. You know, I run by the catch over five hundred passes. And and and I did a thousand thousand all of that. But you know, the big thing for me, I like to be all purpose back. I like to be able to do a lot of different things out my team wind. I'd do whatever. Whatever necessary to help my team, you know, get that W and a lot of times I took hits you know for my teammates. I sell a fake out. Get my helmet knocked off. You know, I sell it so hard, but I you know, that was part of being one heartbeat. You know, you gotta be one heartbeat to help your other teammates win. So I might take the hit and give them a helmet knocked off. But Jerry Rice, John Taylor Twi Clark or Freddie Solomon. They just touched down though, 'cause the dishes collapse meeting that I had the ball. I think that will Joe Montana and I worked on faking every day after practice that was a big part of our system. So I learn how to sell that fake, man. That fake. I felt like I I messed up the Blake. And if you do sell the fake. Means they're going to beat the crap out of you..