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"padonia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"padonia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"padonia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:21 min | 7 months ago

"padonia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Advertisers of wcbm, But they should be your bottom of the hour information. Inoculation is minutes away, focused on the issues that matter. Radio 6 80 wcbm. 6 23 23 minutes and the California universities to hold segregated cultural graduation ceremonies based on race and identity. More attempts there to further divide us. Don't buy it don't buy into it. Rhode Island Teachers have been busted offering students bonus points. To defend critical race theory at school board meetings. So now they know that they're getting push back at the school board meetings, and now they're trying to bribe their charges into defending this outrageous behavior. There's more to come, including the Trump plan on how to defeat it here in just a 2nd 6 23. You're listening to K C and company time for traffic and weather on the threes. Here's Chuck Whittaker. And looking at 83, where it's crossing. The ramp area had Warren Road and no problems there from that point through Padonia Road down to the Beltway 95 in from Harford County. Looks good 70 around the protests over the bridge. All the lanes are open. And at last check, which was about 78 minutes ago, 7 95 was clear coming into Franklin Boulevard from the split. At the top of the hill at 1 40. I'm Chuck Whitaker with Trump thinking whether on the threes on talk radio 6 80 doubled UCB wcbm Other Channel forecast. It'll be a warm and muggy again today for the first full day of summer dry this morning chance of an afternoon thunderstorm this afternoon high about 92. It's 73 in Crofton. And 73 in Pikesville at 6 24, and you can join us here at 4 10 Wcbm 6 81 800 Wcbm six city. So Brad Taylor He's the ninth grade student at Rosemont High School in Minnesota with an excellent five minute speech. I would recommend you watch the whole thing you can find in the Daily caller. They have it on their website. It's been on several groups on Facebook over the weekend. But here is what one of his teachers told him. This is 1/9 grader in in high school, my honors government teacher. I'm not going to say his name, but he's mentioned that Democrats care more about all people, while Republicans only care about themselves. And he's also inferred to us that socialism is better than democracy, even had a statue get a statue of a socialist leader in his classroom. And again. This is just this is outrageous Behavior. This is what again what is being taught in unions. This is what is being pushed by the unions. Not all teachers. Many find patriotic teachers both, um conservative and liberal persuasion. But there is these. These progressive movement is infecting its poison. Critical race theory is poison. And we look at that. And here. This is the reason why Brad Taylor had made a significant decision for ninth grader to walk away from his public high school. Now due to all these instances I've mentioned and many more that I can't fit in this five minute speech. I have decided to leave this district and continue school on a private Christian school online and and there will be sacrifices and I will not get to walk in the graduation ceremony or a 10 milestones at RHS. But I will be able to.

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"padonia" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:08 min | 9 months ago

"padonia" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It's the void between depression and flourishing. The absence of well being, You don't have symptoms of mental illness. But you're not the picture of mental health. Your not functioning at full capacity Languishing dulls your motivation. It disrupts your ability to focus. It triples the odds that you'll cut back on work. And it appears to be more common than major depression, and in some ways, it may be a bigger risk factor. Lastly, he says, Part of the danger is that when you are languishing, you might not notice the dulling of delight or the dwindling of Dr You don't catch yourself slipping slowly into solitude. You are indifferent to your indifference. If you're not languishing, you probably know someone who is Talk a little bit about that with me A Russ if she is a licensed clinical social worker in north Western Medicine and Mia, Thanks for joining us on WGN radio, How are you? I can't think for having me you don't sell. You don't sound like you're languishing at all. No, I'm not languishing at the moment. If you agree with that summary, Is that a thing And is it happening out there? I think it is happening, John. I think a lot of people are kind of at at the peak of what they can handle. I think that's what he's describing. People have. Been overcome with the pandemic and their their window of tolerance. You know where they're well functioning has been tapped. It's been overtaxed. This exists prior to the pandemic. Yeah, I think it did. I do. Um In some cases, I think now it's just hugely more rapid because everybody is affected by the pandemic. So if you were just on the verge of holding it together that pushed everybody over the edge. Or maybe it got to to that point You can you've got your toe in this water, and I presume it's because we were just cooped up. Is that what it is? I think that part of it that put people over the edge that cooped up nous. You know, Corrine King helped nothing. Uh, I mean, it helps the kids kept of faith healthwise, but relationship wise. It didn't help. Relationships have certainly come under the microscope under the quarantine, and maybe just look in the mirror and go. I haven't got off this sofa for a day or I don't seem to be motivated to do things I used to do in my describing some of it. Yeah, For sure. You know, people have said that, you know, they've been in pajamas. They're having showered or don't change out of their pajamas Bottoms because there's no need to and then that kind of replicates itself in it, and I could see that it's this languishing that Mr Grant's talking about Other symptoms. So say I'm treating this at least personally like it's a real thing. This is a medical mental medical malady. What are the symptoms? How do I know I'm there? I think if you're not motivated, you're not. Engaged with things the way you had been, which is very tricky because we can because of the pandemic, and then also, you know, becoming more irritable. You're with your partners, your family, 24 7 and and it's Just a little too much. And there's this sort of the he describes the use the word fog, and I think I think a lot of us can relate to that. You know what I mean? I certainly do. Um, depression wise. We refer to that, as in Padonia. It's the loss of interest or pleasure in things and that it can become so bad that people are, you know, suicidal or they just mean there's no point Um, you know, languishing in the very beginning of that, and he very well described that indifferent to your indifference that is very striking for me. Yeah, you just kind of this. Simpson is meth. It's just the way it is. And you can hardly move your lips to say it. Okay, so Having said that? What strategies do you have? Force? What do we do about this? I think one of the best things people can do. Even at the beginning of the pandemic, you know, with spring at that time people got outside. I think that helps a lot. And now again, it's getting nice out. Being outside is one way to immerse yourself into your surroundings. Your present if you will. He talked about flow and it's difficult to get into flow, which is kind of like a runner's high or an artist's muse. Like those types of things help you get out of this languish. But at a personal level, he said that I thought this was interesting, he said. That flow, which is a kind of engagement that you're describing. Can be realized by doing a word puzzle in the morning or even diving into a Netflix series, which I thought put me back in the fog of the TV and the sofa. But, he said, there's some engagement and distancing from the general Malays that affects us. So he described means of flow is a good word puzzle or a Netflix show. Do you agree with that? E do with a good puzzle or Siddhu Co or something that that like that That's engaging your mind. I wouldn't suggest Netflix kind of uninterrupted been watching because then you're getting more into avoidant behavior. I think you're kind of stressed out, and that's the way to the O kind of de stress. I think that's fine. But you know, In moderation, he said. Give yourself uninterrupted time. And then he referred to a study where engineers had a company where they had it. You cannot interrupt the employees for any reason Plan on Monday, Wednesday and half of Friday the productivity went up 67%. And so he said, Allow yourself that is. Well, whatever it is that you are doing in your life, allow some uninterrupted time. What do you think about that? I think it's tricky. Ideally, yeah, that would be creative. You know, you can dive into your piano lesson for five or six hours. I think that would definitely help the languishing symptoms. But it's It's also difficult because we got home school and virtual work and everybody at home. You know that lessening up a little bit, but I certainly see you know, the other part of his. What? His, uh Comment there with that study if I could find it that people Our better, uh, more big engaged better in their work when they are productive. Yeah, right. Well, that's why the take away from me to that point was so he said, give yourself uninterrupted time. But I think it means finding a task that you can do and feel good about and he talks a little bit about that. I presume you would agree with that. Yeah, for sure, for sure. And he mentioned like, kind of easy attainable. Things don't like a puzzle like you can. You know it doesn't take too long and you can accomplish it. And that gives me a little bit above a boost and not just a puzzle like maybe it's OK. I'm going to clean the top shelf in that closet. And that in and of itself is a task. I can do it and so help me how obvious these things seem, He says. They will have a positive return. But you've got it. You've got to engage, and I think the first step to that is knowing at least okay. I'm not alone. It's not just me. This is a normal reaction to the pandemic. And so I've gotta. I've gotta work it that if you want to see the article it's called. There's a name for the blah. You're feeling it's called, languishing in the April 19th edition of The New York Times. Somebody who deals with this and people that find themselves in emergency rooms. Me aggressive is a licensed clinical social worker at Northwestern Medicine..

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"padonia" Discussed on Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville

Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville

04:39 min | 10 months ago

"padonia" Discussed on Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville

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"padonia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"padonia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"60 WCBS Good morning at 7 23 talk radio 6 80 wcbm traffic and weather on the three destruct protocol. The interstate's coming into the Beltway. Still clear 95 from Harford County, 83. From York Road Down through Padonia Road. 70 inbound from Howard County Lanes are open roadway conditions, little bit damp, but we're doing okay. Nothing major on the Beltway. Another quick check on the J effects all as well. Northern part way through the ramps downtown. I'm sure footing here with traffic and weather on the threes. On top radio 6 80 doubled you C P m. Your Weather channel forecast for this Tuesday. It's ready. Start to the day, but we'll clear up a little later on. Dr. I should say we'll have a lot of cloud cover most the rest today High near 50. Right now It's 36 in Woodlawn and 37 in Glen Burnie under cloudy with someone lingering rain. Here in the ballroom material. Congressman Harrison studio here. So were you said it Earlier. Everybody knew the president was guilty of nothing. This was nothing more than a sham Peach mint second time around. On yet the president's defense team. I think that a very, very good job of blowing out a number of false arguments. The very fine people hoax to name one, but they also raised some interesting questions regarding evidence. And in the Senate, there was evidence that was doctored, deleted, manipulated, absolute falsely. What, if anything, what punishment should these House Democrat manager's face? For four hours. If if you do this in a court, they got their punishment. They lost their case in their case miserable. She was going further. Shouldn't go further. Tol. I can't cut this off of the past so that they.

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"padonia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"padonia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"C A l L G i e El dia Latin number If you'd like to attend our seminar coming up February 20th at the Doubletree Hotel that Saturday, the 20th starting it too. No charge proceedings very limited. So call eight style. 877 called Leo and we'll be happy to reserve a seat for you. Also, we opened up the program talking about our February income Stock ideas list. Thank you Received. That list will be again happy to send that to you. Use our hotline, 877. Col. Gill. And we've got some more information to talk about before we do. No an awful lot of investment advisors listen to our program and you're welcome to. I think it's fine. I listen to them when I can, and we have now after discussion with management at our firm ages, Capital Our office locally is on Padonia Road waiting. Timonium close to York Road. They're looking to expand our our footprint here in the Greater Baltimore Washington area, So if you're an investment advisor, investment brokers, stockbroker wealth manager whatever you like to say on you like to talk to us. About advantages of working at ages capital Uh, it's a very interesting place to work headquartered in Manhattan. Our office is up and down the East Coast. Kind of old fashioned in many ways, which I really like, Uh, there were no focused. Products are no proprietor products, of course. Uh, no pressure to use the based accounts or money manager manager shirt money manager you can if you choose, but there's no pressure to do that, and there's no account size minimum. Really They really at ages Capital one of the many reasons I love it, they take the handcuffs off. So if you'd like to have a convoy by confidential conversation about that he was my husband. 877. Cardio 877 C A. L L J L Promise to be confidential and we could give you some information that might be appropriate to it might not. But it might be worth phone call 92 66 Cities go to Paul in that Washington Hi, Paul started keep holding. Please, sir, if you will. Just got your thinking, short term and long term. About crypto currencies. Bitcoins Is it a viable alternative? Possibly to the dollar? As you know all this debt come due in the next years, Uh, ways to invest or not, I'm aware At least three different Ticker symbol GTC and riot and Mara to invest in it. But what is your thinking, please? Sort of short and long term about this whole area? You're gonna be disappointed. You think whatever you still wanna hear, Never once the background. I can't get anyone to really explain to me exactly how these work. I can't get satisfied. Perhaps I'm a low I Q individual, but I just don't get it. All right. If you find someone who has explained it to me Let me know and I'll be happy to talk to him. So, with that being said Tesla invested 1.5 billion with a B in them last week. That's a pretty good sign. Paul Tudor Jones, one of my favorite investment managers, that I try to follow pretty seriously has talked about investigating Bitcoin six months ago. Look at that. Look at that call. I was a great girl. He just put a little bit of money and But He says. It should be in your portfolio next to gold, so I can't explain it and make myself comfortable with it. So because of that, I'm not investing it personally, and I can't suggest my clients and listeners invested personally not saying you shouldn't do it. I just can't recommend it because I don't understand it. Well, that's fair enough away the enormous dollars that were leveraging now if you want to use that word or the government That will have to Done at least be paid back later. How How do you see that unfolding then? You know, Kryptos. Maybe not away or not something you under Yeah, I think that I don't see the huge amount of debt. Think I don't see the huge amount of debt the government to put in place to be really that dangerous. They can manage it. They can re finance it just as everyone's refinancing your mortgage at lower rates. The government should and they're finally considering issuing 5100 year bonds at a very low rate that will cover all this. So if we could issue bonds paying interest at lower than the rate of inflation It's almost free money. I area Okay? Would drive interest rates up eventually, would it not now. What drives interest rates up, Paul is demand for capital demand for money. Cool for money business is being able to borrow money, put it into their businesses and make more over and above the rate they're charging. That's what drives interest rates higher. So when interest rates start to move higher unless they don't unless they don't get outrageously high, that's usually a pretty good sign that business is growing questions to the man for money. Yeah, it's not bad. It's not actually a bad thing. It means business is growing. Any any cautionary word you want to put put out to us all about about this whole thing with, you know this enormous trillion dollars that they're talking about. Something's going to happen from the government along those lines. Any cautionary things, I think what you reading your reading media headlines that air. That have written to catch your attention and scare you. Okay, so I don't think it's something you should be overly concerned with. Okay. Well, thank you so much. Okay. You're very welcome to thanks for listening. Thanks for calling 9 to 266 80. Our next caller is marking balls were high Mark. How are you? Terrific, But I'll get better. How are you a couple questions. One was about CC, Ivy Churchill capital becoming lucid motors. How do you feel about that legacy Gonna go through? Well, the electric vehicle stocks have been very, very hot, almost renovate reminiscent of the dot com stocks in 1999. When anything dot.

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"padonia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"padonia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The entire tape. They watched the entire tape and then from our corner, you intentionally misled the state Senate. Voters and the people United States about this. It was intentional. It was obvious and anybody watching this knows that so dead people voted, and I think the number is in the close to 5000 people. County by county shows, potentially two so far, too. We hear this reading thousands and thousands of ballots. There is no shredding about what's going on. That's not real Sexually. Rapids Burger does not have a brother named Ron Rapids Burger that is also not real president tweeted at that out as well. Show on the state farm tape where the suitcase or what everyone called a container of ballots were kept under the table. They claim that they watched the whole footage and that the those were there the entire time. Well, why would you keep ballots hidden with the black curtain under a table? Why wouldn't be in plain sight for everybody to see Why would those and again they were on Lee pulled out. After everybody else was told home Dude told to go home due to the fake water main leak. I'm sorry, but Sterling's description of the events doesn't pass muster know there's this funny smell there and it's it's not coming from The men's room. You know it. They're the idea that they were there the whole time. Well, all right, that does beg the question. Why, and on that? Why were they there the whole time on that tape we saw not one, Not two, Not three, but four. Four employees in the middle of the night. After everybody else was sent home. They were scanning batches of ballots not once not twice but three or four times each. On, the president said up to 18,000 of these bells. Now they're saying Well, that didn't show up in the tally in the recount, I guess not. It's garbage in garbage out. I mean again. That's why you need a forensic audit of these ballots, which is being done by the way by Giovane Pulitzer. I don't if he caught his stuff in the last two weeks or so. This guy's an inventor. And he says he can tell you where the paper came from on these ballots. Whether was China When there was United States, every ballot of Allah has a mark on it that you put so unique. It's like a fingerprint. They could tell you whether it was done by machine done by hand, whether it was folded, whether it was mailed where the paper came from. This is how good these people are. And guess what they're being shot at now in Georgia. His team is being openly fired upon. Where the hell is the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, the DOJ and the and the FBI conferred upon as in let it Being shot at by with real live ammunition. So again, this is And so I would ask Mr Sterling and Raffi and kept one other question. Republican State senators in Georgia have started a push. To delay the counting of the electrical. It's tomorrow, at least a dozen have signed a letter directed to vice president Pence asking him to officially delay the count. And that number is growing. There's about 16 or 18 of us now, says Senator Branden Beach. That have signed this letter to the vice president asking him the Lady Electro vote for 10 to 12 days, because guess what they know they know that it's rotten in the state of Georgia. It stinks to high heaven. And again. This is the reason why everything they want to cover up. They all want to make sure that camp and Rapids burgers sterling get out of this without any kind of problem. I do think I think somebody's going to jail eventually. And the state of George 6 43 high dollar traffic and weather on the threes Once again, here's Chuck would never brought to you in the service of Riverside Marine and as six of family tradition since 1976 J effects City County line through Northern Parkway and into the ramps downtown. No problems there. 83 the construction at Padonia rode all the lanes are open and the interstates coming inbound to 6 95 are clear. 95 on the northeast side 70 from Howard County and that traffic coming up from out of Randall County. I 97 route 10 reaching Highway. All the lanes are open. To the Beltway. Nothing major on the parkway. Little more traffic now south after Rundle Mills, and we're still clear coming off the Bay Bridge to Annapolis on 50 most of that traffic, of course on the westbound side, Riverside Marine is hosting Maryland's on. Lee went through both show now through February, 28th safely following.

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"padonia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"padonia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"You know, man she only delegate mentioned he's sitting in with there is an interesting piece of bright Bart need about what the current head of the Border Patrol. Is saying about the incoming president and what Biden would mean for immigration coming from ourself. You have the details. The I just came across this piece of little while ago Bruce where it's titled she be CBP chief Course. Border Patrol Chief Joe Biden was for a wave of uncontrolled mass migration to the U. S. Says Present lecture bodies plan to end a series of the United States cooperative asylum agreements with Central America will spur quote waves of illegal immigration to the southern border. That from Chief Mark Morgan. Well, you read this article, little bit, Bruce. You scroll through it. And that wcbm dot com or will be, um it just for me. It's just another one of those. Why Why would we promote policies that lead to the infiltration of our Southern borders with Let's be honest here. Third world migrants, especially during a pandemic. It just makes it no sense to me. But this is what we're going to see in this Biden administration. Well, you know if Joe Biden takes the White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue It could be argued that this is what the people want. You know, we'll talk more about that coming up right now. It's 6 23 traffic and weather on the threes. Check Whitaker. Little more traffic south on 95, Now a little busier south into the Fort McHenry tunnel. Delange rope in 95 will continue clear. Out to the Beltway on the southwest side, eventually, down to the capital Beltway 95 north towards Delaware looks good. The 83 run is clear from York Road down through the construction area at Padonia Road and then 83 on the J effects. No problems were clear from Northern Parkway through the ramps downtown, like Chuck Whitaker with traffic and weather on the threes. On talk radio 6 80 doubled you CVM. Today's higher looking around 42 43 degrees a couple of close by the lawyers pretty pleasant day ahead of us not so much for New Year's Eve and New Year's Eve Day, by the way. 29 degrees right now. In Reisterstown of Dundalk, Cast 32 Baltimore 27 degrees on talk radio 6 80 wcbm. Interesting tweet out from Kevin Sorbo. Hey. Does it. Raise your hand? You know what Feeling sort? Always do You know where the actor actor exactly Right? Yeah. Hey, was one of the few out conservatives mean he came out as a conservative in Hollywood? This is always a dangerous thing to do. Hey said, Raise your hand. If you were concerned about losing your constitutional rights, and you are about cove it call me foolish if you want, folks, but I am much more concerned about losing my constitutional rights. That I am about covert of since we know what the mortality rate is, and I'm in one of the higher risk groups and I still would be far more concerned. With us drifting in the socialism, which seems to be the direction which we're going. I've said this from day one because it's obviously not easy, but there is a balance where we can do both without losing all of our liberties but also being cautious and trying to protect ourselves vulnerable people. I saw that. I think I sent it over to you today. I mean, heartbreaking. I wanna touch with this real quick. This, uh, this congressman elect passed away from Cody was Republican at 41 years old. Scary stuff, No doubt about it. And I went on Twitter. I was reading the story, Bruce The hate on the Twitter hate out. There is disgusting to say the least, people literally making fun of this guy and this guy left behind two young Children. White 41 years old. And trying this blame it well. He wasn't wearing mask and at some of his events, and it's like you can try to do both without having no disregard for the virus, but also having A man major regard for your rights, and it's it's there's a balance between the two and the hate that this guy received. I mean, it really is a sad state of affairs. Rather than saying, you know, it's just a reminder to be serious and cautious. They were literally taken shots at this guy. And then, of course, they blamed it all on President Trump. It's just It really is a crazy time. We're living in right now. Well, there's an awful lot of hate on this is hate coming from the party that looks as if it's going to be in on power. I'll have both the presidency and we'll have the House of Representatives. Certainly. That has the potential of having George and we'll talk about the Georgia special election coming up the runoff this coming week because the two Republicans there seem to be like marginally ahead. But of course it's on all on who can get their voters out Who could get the voters to turn out if the Democrats have been successful in getting Their voters alive or dead to turn out. Then they will win both those seats and I do need to win both in order to take control of the Senate s. Oh, it's a pretty skinny of firewall, though, And when you think of it as hard to believe that there are people out there that are going to storm the polls for this guy Warnock, who In the 2014 book, He actually came out. It was titled The Divine Mind of the Black Church, Religion, Race and Ethnicity. He basically came have saying that member Jeremiah Wright we touched on this road. Is G D America sermon will warn. I thought it was a very quote, thoughtful and compelling discussion. How it Christian should view government he went on even claiming That is existential reality of blacks in America and had to bunk the notion of a post racial America. So he really he definitely defends this. These comments by right Hey, basically said it was. You know, he did he quote Instead, it was a prophetic speech that G d America That is Reverend War not just a few years ago. Yeah, This is current thought from him on again. This is on the voters in Georgia that we can watch from the sidelines and observe, But in the end analysis that this is going to be on Voters in Georgia to decide this coming. The president, of course, is going down to Georgia in order to see if adding his voice will be of help and God willing, it will be All right. Telephone number here for 10 Open. You see? Music, Sadie told feeling distance is 1 800 wcbm 60. If you want to join the conversation, imagine losing your ability to hear Maybe you're gonna lose the ability to hear some.

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"padonia" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"padonia" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The world into a crap shooters in the world. Some of them are called me and they resent very very billion by associating them with Mr Dole Act on. So I apologize to all those fine, upstanding people who shoot dice shoot pool because you don't need to be in the category of Mr Padonia. Virgilia became a lightning rod for Washington's with even when he was talking about Pope John Paul, the second He's a wonderful man. He's got a twinkle in his eye. You know they're gonna trickle is I gotta be valuable. So this riddle yet that's not a tweaker. That's a glint clashes between the mayor and orderly back, often demolished decorum in the city Council. I'm gonna have to call him in this hall. That will be the more personalized to Nagy perpetrated one against the other has nothing do with 20 out of 20 at all. Its reputation of this house. Maintain that reputation. You sees me if I said anything of a scurrilous lie, which already watching. I wish you would tell me what I said about not having a heart attack. I was not talking about you or to you, but to this body period, But I I am gonna direct this to my to you. Last night while sitting in the comfort of my own home. I saw a good mayor in Washington, saying that the last time he looked The X was in my head. Which that's what you said yesterday yesterday. Oh, no, no, I proceed in my own personal privilege Kind on this floor. Would you want a minute? You mean it's okay in Washington, but not okay here. It's just that simple. Okay, but occasionally Washington and bodily, I could.

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"padonia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"padonia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Well, he does is talk about shutdowns. But forget about him his Democrat governors Cuomo in New York, you look at what's going on. In California. You look at Pennsylvania and North Carolina Democrats, Democrats all their shut down so tight And they're dying. Their economies were dying, their business or dying. But Biden here was, you know, that's why he took three or four days off to come up. Well rehearsed practice lines. I'm gonna shut down the virus, not the country. It's his ineptitude that cause the virus caused the country to have to shut down in large part why business has gone under why schools are closed. Why so many people have lost their living and why they're concerned. Those other concerns. Ariel, You can't have it both ways. But you can't say listen to the scientist and listen to the doctors. And that's what shut these these states and then say, it's his ineptitude. You can't say he's not listening to the science than he does. Listen to the science. Blame him for these shutdowns. And I think this this one sound bite extremely effective last night on the part of the president, they say we're learning to live with it. We have no choice. We can't lock ourselves up in a basement like Joe does he has he has the ability to lock himself up? I don't know. He's obviously made a lot of money someplace not to make it three was killing two birds with one stone. It was three birds on one's phone their course. Biden he had another well rehearsed practice line. Ready to respond. He says that we're you know, we're learning to live with. People are learning to die with you folks home. We'll have an empty chair at the kitchen table this morning. That man, your wife going to bed tonight and reaching over to try to touch their habit where their wife or husband, Wass is gone. Learning to live with it. Come on. We're dying with him. There was one point lies like Bruce when the president said, You're kidding me looking and this's such a politician. Looking into the camera pretending like he cares talking directly to the families out there. Basically saying this is this is just political speak. I'm a business man. I'm here to try to make the country as best as I can sit there and blow sunshine up your skirt. We're talking about a sunshine up your skirt. It's 6 43 right now. A man who wears this skirt's probably although he calls the kilt in all fairness, Sean once again, traffic and weather on the threes. History critical killed a few people in my time. When you're playing golf with the I could tell you could get in the way of your swing a little bit while the guys behind you always said I should be able to 95 coming out of Harford County. Looks OK. Not a big deal there 83 at Padonia Road looks okay. Up on the north. Thank you on the north End of 7 95, and you're coming in on 70. The lanes are open and again, there's always a chance for the fall Right there at the river. Coming inbound to the Westside Beltway. That's where you see a little foggy little Hey, age through the area at route 40 West could make the roadways a little bit damp. So watch your speed. I'm sure Whitaker with traffic and weather on the threes Talk radio 6 80 double. Do you see the weather forecast for today we have apart the club day all day today will be dry high, but 23 into the showers maybe come in tomorrow. It's 64 right now in the city, 63.

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"padonia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"padonia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Your money investment questions. I'm reading the computer here in the studio news. Bullet came out, it says, uh, JPMorgan Chase next month will begin charging monthly service fee for chase Private client customers who started the monk balances fall below $150,000. If you have a chase bank account, you see their advertisements on TV. You don't have $150,000.35 dollars a month. Now, remember, they're paying you point percent on your money market bounces anyway And then they're gonna charge is $35 a month You're gonna be owing them money to have an account. This is the trend. It's happening with banks. It's the trend is happening with all the major brokers. So if you have a major brokerage account with one of the big firms, and you're starting to feel a little bit like a second class citizen Because that charging fees all the time and trying to squeeze you into different investment programs and investment products. That's because they are they want to push away. The smaller investors. I think that's unconscionable and we had ages Capital in my practice at ages capital in Timonium on Padonia Road does not do that. So if you're aggravated about being treated like a second class citizen and being feed to death feed to death, I don't know if it's proper English, but I'm going to use it. We're getting too many fees. You're looking for alternative. We can help you with that. She's called a 24 hour hotline number right now. 877877 cll. Leave your contact information..

"padonia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"padonia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I've been on the air now here for over 30 years. Talkinto local Baltimore area folks about money and investments in the investment business now for 38 years, helping local families manage their finances. My office is in Timonium. Right on Padonia Road. We'd love to have you come see us. We are a cove ID protected, friendly office. There's plenty of free parking We're right on Padonia Road. Easy to get to from interstate 83 even easier from York world So come see us if you'd like to have a face to face meeting, which is the way I like to deal with most of my investors or Even should be calling on a 24 hour hotline, which is available off course for 2024 hours a day. That's why we have it set up and that number is 877. Col. Gill. It's easy. 877 c A L L G I l Dialect number Leave your contact Information Alley to get back to you this week. I'll be back to you Tuesday morning when the afters reopen. Or you can send me an email back you and you can request the information we're discussing today or answer any questions that you might be a little shy on? I don't want to talk about on the air again. At number here is 92 66. Before we go any further. I want to remind everyone that the opinions on today's show, in my opinion, only not that of ages Capital or wcbm. Remember when considering any investment, please do your due diligence, Reda perspectives of available and always consult with an investment intact professional. Opinions mentioned in today's show should not be perceived as individual recommendations. Past performance is not indicative of future results, and investors should always be aware there is associated with any investment. Prior to investing again. Our phone number here today is 9226680.

"padonia" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"padonia" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Now he talked about the violence. That is the line for me and a lot for a lot of you as well. Tim from Padonia joins us on the on the former site in Faced with morning. Thank you for taking up, Tom. Couple a couple of quick point, Steve, these things should have never gotten this far. Okay. When, when elected officials take not only the cops when elected officials In hopes of office. They're number one is to protect the constitutional rights and safety of their citizens that they're protecting and are serving. Evers didn't that's in the situation. He was offered protection from the federal to come in and help out. You denied that so he broke it off right there. At the end of the day. We're gonna look back, Steve and look at the facts with the boycotting going on the sports and just makes my point here. We're kind of pro testing a myth you, Steve, if you look at the numbers and the facts of the situation We always argue and loot and riot over things that are not actually based their rhetorically based and argumentative Ili base, but they have no actual value affection. Satisfied And then all of a sudden everybody's lives is running. That's lost in this whole thing that we have no leadership at the state level. This could have been in front of you could have had help right away and none of this would have happened. Steve, I just want to hear your response. Thanks, buddy. Thanks, Tim. Thanks for listening as well to your point about the lack of response. Here's what's Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth said. Yesterday, he said Evers did not reject any proposal from Kenosha. Law enforcement, instead has been working with David Beth. Now there's to mobilize more truths. He said. There was a miscommunication between canals account. This is David. Best thing. It's not the governor. Was a miscommunication between Kenosha County officials over who requested assistance from Evers, Our governor, and it turned out No. One hand. Again. This is what Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth said. Since then, he said, he's been working with the National Guard's leader on getting more troops. A direct quote from David Beth was a Republican. By the way we've been dealing with General Paul Nap..

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"padonia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"padonia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"New to dream on Wcbm. By the way, Sean not just in Wilmington, Delaware, but they were not got some man of the street stuff from some voters right across the river from Delaware Open New Jersey on they had some interesting things to say about the Democratic National Convention. Add about what they hope happens this week, and between now and November. If they were willing to stop the attack and get to the issues maybe more people would tune in. But it's just his constant barrage of attacks. There's no substance to the Democrats. It's really hard to swallow because there's nothing but hate mongering. All they talk about is what he did wrong, but they don't have any answers to what has to be done. Right. Harmon administration has done a great job and so many great things for the country. I think it should be pretty much of a shoo in for president. So there you have it 23 right now. Traffic and weather on the threes. Schalkwyk Interstate's coming into the Beltway at 6 95 all in good shape. That includes 95 83 Padonia Road, 7 95. I 70 from the Howard County line and then on the Southwest side, I 97 And Ritchie Highway route 10. No problems at all. The parkway looks good in and around the Beltway. Down to the airport city Police are still out with the rector on the Southeast side at Highland Avenue at O'Donnell Street. In your case, you live locally. It's Holland Avenue. You knew on critical with traffic and weather on the threes on talk radio 6 80 double You see, Weather Channel, says Sonny and McGee and warm and human and all That's days of August stuff. High of 90. Maybe a thunderstorm will believe wrong as well. About 75 of the city. 72 1 Valley and your other boy. Dr. Casey, Lily, Let's take some phone calls here this morning. T W is incarnate. Good morning, sir. Well, first rule. Take two clowns to talk about other clowns. And everybody can hear when you get people..

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"padonia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"padonia" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Yeah, I think it was a mix of frustrated in frustration and anger because we got robbed of these different experiences in these last few months together. It's also like I think it's a testament to life to that. Anything could be taken away from you at any point. It's got to be thankful for what we had, but you know We wish we had it all you know, have the cake and eat it, too. Now That's a great perspective. So I hope Matt and Steve are listening. I hope the two guys that run the French school. We're listening because that's a healthy perspective. Project have is that life can be disappointing. Jack Life's gonna throw you a curve life rarely on. It's just some people out there. I've got some lucky friends who everything worked about really doesn't work out exactly as we planned, so Folks. We're here with Jack or come from the French School of Baltimore. He just graduated from high school. He is about to start his freshman year. Dickinson College and we're going to talk to him about we come back from this break. What does that look like? What does that mean? For all of these kids, give us a call For 109226680 You're listening to the bottom half show live talk radio Wcbm folks, We'll be back in just a little bit. Thiss wcbm Traffic check is sponsored by express pros dot com. The eastbound side of Route 50 Still Jam solid from the Severin River Bridge all the way to the span of the Bay Bridge, where it appears you now have three lanes available to get across the span and two lanes available on the westbound side, with no delays there, as he had over onto my 95 North bound crash cleared near White Marsh Boulevard. Delays are still sluggish, though approaching the area. If you're traveling south bound on 95 will see delays from the BW Parkway towards Washington Boulevard Exit 51 with a disabled vehicle blocking the left lane. On to the Harrisburg South bound. The crash takes the right plane at Padonia Road.

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"padonia" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

05:34 min | 3 years ago

"padonia" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Students deserve this powerful. Four smaller class size. Stephen support. Hey. Gayborhood schools open. Down for schools such as roots? The district said it is hopeful that it can come to an agreement with Oakland teachers soon. Hey, california. Judges upheld protection for gray wolves under the state endangered species. Act the San Diego Superior Court Judge rejected a legal challenge from ranchers and farmers who feared the wolves will threaten their livestock. Judge in San Diego ruled that California was right to list, the wolves as endangered in two thousand fourteen a lawsuit on behalf of the California Farm Bureau Federation, and the California Cattlemen's association argued the listening was arbitrary because there are so few wolves in the state the center for biological diversity called the ruling a great result for the vast majority of Californians who want wolves to recover, and you understand the importance their importance that is the wolves to healthy ecosystems after a record number of grizzly bear deaths in two thousand eighteen conservation. Groups are calling for an updates who had decade old report on. Conflict-prevention between the bears livestock and humans. Eric Taggart off reports six conservation groups have sent a letter to the inter agency grizzly bear committees Yellowstone ecosystem subcommittee. They're urging members to develop new recommendations for avoiding conflict between bears people and livestock and also evaluate how. Well, the two thousand nine report was implemented. There were sixty five known grisly deaths in two thousand eighteen and almost two hundred fifty cents two thousand fifteen with nearly all of them from human related causes. Funny rice with the Sierra clubs are wild America. Campaign knows the two thousand nine reports still can be a good resource. Didn't have a lot of good recommendations in it. But many of those have not been implemented in terms of measures to prevent conflicts. And so it's really pass time to update that report and take another look at this considering how many grizzly bears for every year. Reis emphasizes that the mortality count is just known deaths. Many more go undocumented she says the committee should work to implement a new report with recommendations before this year's hunting. Season when most deaths occur. The letter says bear management agency should follow through with the two thousand nine report recommendation to create a database of bear debts going back at least five years conflict patterns with grizzlies have changed over the past decade. Meaning of the two thousand nine reports recommendations were for hunters, the groups that author this letter say more focus should be on reducing conflicts between grizzlies and livestock managers who see the species as a threat, but Wendy kief over with the humane society of the United States says the bears are responsible for such a small fraction of depredations that the number is practically zero with all native carnivores put together plus domestic dogs, the total predation is miniscule. But the biggest problem that let's talk growers face are what we call maladies. So forthing problems respiratory problems. Keep over says these maladies caused about nine times more livestock deaths than all predators combined. She adds that even lightning strikes caused far more deaths than predators Keith. Over says. There are examples of reduced conflict such as the blackfoot challenge where Richards use electric fencing and other techniques and have. Reduced incidence by more than seventy percent, or we know that we can coexist. Very well with grizzly bears. It just take some effort and its effort on our part. And if we don't do it we risk losing grizzly bears forever. Their conservation reliant species, the committee overseeing management of Yellowstone grizzlies meets in April for public new service. I'm Eric take it off. The Nevada legislative session begins today. Conservation groups are asking lawmakers to create a state level office of outdoor recreation to protect the public lands and support the businesses that depend on them. Suzanne powder reports two thousand eighteen study showed that Nevada's outdoor industry supports eighty seven thousand jobs and generates twelve point six billion dollars in consumer spending and four billion in tax revenue. Megan wolf environmental activism manager Padonia says the outdoor industry merit's statewide platform that an office can help give recognition structure and protection because it just wouldn't work without a conservation component to help support this industry. Twelve other states already have such an office, including Colorado where the opposite managed to attract a major conference the Outdoor Retailer show to Denver. Wolf says Nevada's ample opportunities for hiking biking camping fishing hunting. And. Skiing contribute to a great quality of life. What she adds that the wild places. Need state protection? There is the problem of letting these places to death not as a real concern. And so we think that recognition will bring more on a Bill to create an office of outdoor recreation is currently in the works and discussions are ongoing between the State Department of conservation and natural resources and the Lieutenant governor's office on how to balance conservation with economic development Republic news service. I'm Suzanne Potter. You're listening to the evening news, KPFA, Berkeley, KPFK, Los Angeles, KFC, Fresno, online, KPFA dot.

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"padonia" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler

The Budget Minded Traveler

11:15 min | 3 years ago

"padonia" Discussed on The Budget Minded Traveler

"That no I want to go. Now, I want to do something. Now had no idea where to start. And so I started by the finding the internet. You know, podcasts and blogs, and I typed in travel into the podcast and budget minded traveler popped up. And I thought well, that's appropriate. And I started listening. I started listening, and I found this this strong female who was doing an interviewing people that were doing what I wanted to do. And I realized how possible it was and shortly before that I remember having a conversation with my best friend, and I had told her I need to make trouble priority. I could never go for six months or a year. But I need to make it a priority. And then I found again, I found your podcast, and I decided if I sold my home that I owned in southern California, I could do it. And then shortly in there while I was I'm listening to the podcast while I'm at work, you announce this trip to Patagonia never heard of this place like, but that sounds cool. I'm not an outdoorsy person. Or I wasn't. I wasn't a hiker. I didn't camp much. I camped as a kid with my family. But I didn't I didn't know my trouble style. I didn't know I didn't even consider myself a nature leber at this point. But I was like help go near the sounds look at Daytona area. And it's a little tough probably need probably need a train without a little. And I still was doing this. I can't do it. I still had my both. My job is my condo wasn't sold yet. I can't do it. I can't do it. And then one day. I was like why am I doing this? I can't still and I just I literally signed up on the on a whim. I think I was still on the clock at work. I went on the internet, and I just signed up love it and. Yeah. And as you know, Jackie the day that we Skype the first day, we met was actually the morning, I signed the escrow papers to selling my condo. So I had just signed off my papers, we Skype, and I remember I told you that. And you just what you told me. I am. So proud of you. And I was like oh this person. I don't know. But I admire so much is proud of me. I'm making. Choices. That's how I ended up entitled. Go neha. I did train for it. I I started doing hike surrounds here in southern California. Still wasn't sure what I was gonna get out of it and day one was low Swiss or they wanna piping I should say, and it was a challenging hike for me. It was very challenging. I was definitely at the back of the pack. But as I came up over those rocks to hit those tortoise the rest of the group all five of you guys were up there cheering me on. And then I hit this port where you come over the edge, and the towers came into view, and I'm getting emotional even just remembering his it just hit me. And I was just like, this is my home. This is where I belong. This is my travel style. I love nature. This is where this is where I belong. This is where I am going to to find my focus find my motivation. Find my drive find my purpose. This is where I belong and the rest of the w proceeded to unfold really similarly every view was. Just spectacular everyb-. You just reminded you of how big this world is and how much there is see end how much opportunity there is. And I had the California berry, and I have been back multiple times. You know, it's it's I think after that that trip I told you thank you for sharing your church with me because it became a place of healing for me and Padonia specifically is a place of healing, but nature as well. A place of finding that inspiration. Still it will always be very special place for me. Commute a mic drop. I mean that was amazing. I had chills so much just listening to you talk in their sister coolest 'cause I I just get it. You know, like, I'm glad you get it. This is why you're here having this conversation with me, this is why asked you Britney to show up today. Because I knew I knew I know this about you. But like I love how you just explain that to everybody, and and I love okay, going back in your story. Thank you for sharing that. Because the the suggested clarify the big thing that you were scared to do was realizing that you could travel long term dot was your that was your goals. And so you figured out that selling your house and rearranging your employment. Would help you accomplish that goal. And you totally did it and Patagonia was not necessarily your first stop on your long tour. But it was the first time that you took a trip like this. And then it was like only a couple of months later. You got back on your like, dude? I can't I'm I'm one hundred percent. Like, I didn't you move your departure date app. Like, two months, you're like I can't do this anymore. I'm out actually, that's that's the part that I. I left off their I guess as Patagonia was not my plan when I was selling the condo was to be in Japan in April. And I really didn't have any plans outside of that. And then ended up in Patagonia November and in that trip. I started talking to you guys about go into Costa Rica is just like a little birthday trip for myself in January through through that trip in Patagonia. I realized one I I loved I wanted to be in Latin America, also, and so I I got home from Patagonia and that weekend was thanksgiving weekend. It was black Friday until there was a bunch of black Friday sales. And I booked a one-way ticket to Costa Rica, I booked a. I booked a trip with under thirty experiences to start off my first ten days there. But then I also arranged a work away and just decided to make Costa Rica the beginning, and I ended up leaving in February instead of April, and I ended up spending a year in Latin America instead of I who knows what else I would have been. But it ended up working out being exactly where I needed to be an led me to where I needed to be an it shaped that following year as well as my travel style. And when I tell people it changed my life pedagogue that's not an exaggeration. It changed my life. It's shaped what that travel style. And what might might trouble future in my journey was going to look like. I love that so much after. So this has been less before we before we get back to the Patagonia thing. Let's let's stay on this remnant. How are you different? Now that you've traveled for a year oversee like abroad on your own. I mean, very different the way I the way I look at the way my mind processes things is different nine. I know that. With my work style, my work life. But most importantly, my more spontaneous. I'm I'm also more reserved which is interesting you'd think it would almost make you more outgoing. But I I've always been a very outgoing person. I was always described. Vibe as a social butterfly as I was felt myself as being an extrovert, but I actually solo traveling. I've become quite introverted. I really I really really learned to value or how important my my solo time is as well as those connections with people so living in hostels. I had to look like really realized how important was to search out that corner might liked hammocks. I find that hammock in the corner to get some alone time because otherwise you're constantly surrounded by people. So I learned to really enjoy being alone a lot more than I ever did before I listened better, especially being in a country where you're not, you know, I'm having to played a lot. I feel like I'm a better listener. I I hear I try to hear more than the west just being said, you know, when you're listening in another language, you're constantly, you're you're trying not to think while you're listening because you have to listen. And so I feel like I've practiced that better. I'm such a different symbol four before the year. Everything was everything was about the future. Like oh. I need to save for later. Oh, I need. What's going to happen in five years? What's gonna happen in ten years? And I cannot look past six months now even financially like than this is where probably scare some people. But I'm like will. I mean, like Patagonia people are like, oh, you must be rich. Now, I I actually put some of that on credit card because I just made it a priority. And I'm still I barely finished paying that off working, you know, because that's my priority. So that's where I'm different old like before. Oh, putting a trip like that on a credit card in having to pay that off in having to worry about, you know, a year from now about that still being there that that's all very different for me. It's it's very much. What is important to me? Now, most being smart. You know, I'm not. Yeah. You can't he still be smart. I'm not sitting on everything on credit. But I'm just you know, if you have that opportunity. City. I take it. Now, I'm not I'm not worried about five ten years from now, I'm not even worried in a lot of ways, I'm not even worried about two years from now. I mean, I do have big pictures. I do have goals for those. But what can I do in this year to get there? And it's not also cast on working ton like I used to be to have money to do these things later. It's what can I do with the money that I have now, and that's very different for me. We'll also the sooner you take that leap and make these things happen. The sooner you can reap the rewards from that like, it's you know, what I mean like it's you can put that off or you can have all those lessons and be that different person. Now, you know, like you said all these ways that you're different. And I mean, if you hadn't done that you still wouldn't even know those things about yourself. You wouldn't be like that and nuts nuts, pretty powerful. Also like you said about. How nonchalantly you said in the same sentence something about solo travel having to find a Hamid because you're constantly surrounded by people. Yeah. That's so travel like knots hostels, that's like the community of it. And it's kind of a beautiful thing. And I'm with you. I actually on the introvert thing like I can relate a lot to that. Because solo travel really made me I feel like just come into my own and recognize that I am not the social butterfly that a lot of people think that I am. I mean, I can leave, but I'm very introverted. And but you know, what what it did for me was helped me recognize the balance and like come into my own more. And so I feel like a more balanced human because of that because of that solo time, and you know, kind of just understanding a little bit better about how I work. Yeah. So I think I'm just I think I'm still finding the balance because I'm still kind of coming out of being solo the unit like I'm still I still almost in preferring to be alone a lot right now. And I I also still try to find that balance of still being really social and enjoying my extroverted nece because I definitely have become a lot more introverted with my trouble. That being said, it's really lonely too. So sometimes you seek out of the totally the hammock next to the person, you know.

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