35 Burst results for "Past Month"

Ann McElhinney on the Abortion Monster Kermit Gosnell

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 7 hrs ago

Ann McElhinney on the Abortion Monster Kermit Gosnell

"He was known that if you basically are 8 months pregnant, 9 months pregnant. You can go to Kermit gosnell and he will kill the baby. He a 100%. He did this. This was his effectively his specialty. If you really were stuck, he would do anything, including murder live children, deliver them, and then kill them. Hard for us to even talk about this, but this is a reality. This was going on year after year after year after year in a quote unquote legal abortion facility operated by this monster, the serial killer. How did you come to this story? You and felon, how did you come to know about this story? So we made a documentary called frac nation and Salem was doing screenings for people across Pennsylvania and he had a couple of days off and I don't know. You've met Salem, right? He's just this veteran journalist. He just, he always has a nose for a story. He'd heard about some kind of thing that was going on in the courthouse, went down to the courthouse in Philadelphia. They had reserved the largest courtroom available because they presumed that the magnitude of this story would have attracted an enormous number of journalists. However, that's not at all what happened. In fact, it was like the Mary Celeste. He went in. There was no one there in this massive courtroom. And he started to hear, and this is a guy who was covered war in Northern Ireland. I mean, he has covered some awful gruesome stories. And he's sitting there, he's listening to the worst testimony. He has ever heard plus seeing these photographs of the babies of the babies that were murdered, projected on a large screen in front of this jury, and he's thinking what is going on here and the most shocking thing for him was that the journalists weren't there. And in the front of the courtroom, you've got Kermit gozleme smirking, which is kind of his thing, by the way. He sort of smirking, sort of, flirting with the stenographer. And it's like, he's thinking, what is going on here? And how is this not world

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A Lesson in NOT Falling for the Media Hype

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | 16 hrs ago

A Lesson in NOT Falling for the Media Hype

"Many different stories where the media went instantaneously into accusation mode and full transparency. One of the great teaching moments, one of the great learning moments for me personally. Was in either January or February of 2019, I think is January. The Covington kid deal. With Nicholas Sandman, where I was doing too many things at once, I was spending far too much time on Twitter, and I tweeted something such as the Covington kids shouldn't have behaved the way they did. A stupid, dumb thing to tweet, because I didn't let all the facts come through. I didn't actually check the premise. I didn't challenge the media narrative. And that was such a teaching moment for me in a learning moment. I said, what am I doing here? Just kind of going along with the narrative for the narrative's sake. And I wrote a whole op-ed about it, but I actually learned from it. I decided that I was never going to do that again. I said, I'm not going to kind of ready fire aim. I said, we're just going to kind of let the facts come out. And I also learned that, man, when the media becomes so enthusiastic and so passionate about something so quickly, there's probably something there withholding from us. And then a couple months later, the Mueller report came out and it showed that Trump collusion was all a lie. And as I was growing in the movement and growing as a commentator and growing as a podcaster and growing as a host and growing as a leader of turning point USA, I said to myself, man, the next time the media wants me to get so excited about something, I'm just not gonna do it. And I'm quite

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Sagar MeMost say nation on wrong track, including Dems: AP-NORC pollghani, Washington

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 20 hrs ago

Sagar MeMost say nation on wrong track, including Dems: AP-NORC pollghani, Washington

"A pole fights an overwhelming majority of Americans say the nation's heading in the wrong direction The numbers are dismal for President Biden in the first half of the year about half of Americans said the U.S. was on the right track now 85% in the AP norc center for public affairs research poll say it's on the wrong track 79% say the economy's poor and 69% say they disapprove of the president's handling of the economy The findings suggest fundamental challenges for the president before November elections that will decide congressional control His overall approval rating is the same as last month 39% the lowest of his presidency Sagar Meghani Washington

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New York's 1st legal marijuana crop sprouts under the sun

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 21 hrs ago

New York's 1st legal marijuana crop sprouts under the sun

"New York's first legal marijuana crop is sprouting under the sun New York gave 203 hemp growers first shot at cultivating marijuana destined for legal sales Big indoor growers are expected to join later Frank populism is at homestead farms and ranch near Albany We have about a half an acre here And year one will be the max for me And we'll see how it goes Consultants like rich Morris monitor the plants Under three months and these will be ready So it'll be midsummer Makes the drying a lot easier We don't have to worry about high humidity Pampas says he knows there will be demand for legal marijuana He invested in security We got motion detectors We got Lighting that will go off There's alarms Cannabis grown outdoors can often have lower THC than plants grown indoors under lights I'm Ed

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Macron says Russia can't win in Ukraine after strike on mall

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 23 hrs ago

Macron says Russia can't win in Ukraine after strike on mall

"The day after the Russian military shelled the Ukrainian region of nikolayev Ukrainian emergency services released a video showing them rescuing civilians trapped in the rubble of a damaged building A drill says through a metal gates as an emergency workers attempt to open up the entrance of the building badly shelled by Russian forces After a short while a man trapped in the top floor can be seen walking down a ladder with the guidance of a firefighter The Russian strike targeted the city of otaki in the michelada region at least two people were killed including a 6 year old child several others were reported wounded including a three month old baby who is in a coma I'm Karen Chammas

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Ghislaine Maxwell Gets 20 Years

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:59 min | 1 d ago

Ghislaine Maxwell Gets 20 Years

"Let's talk about a creepy pedophile who absolutely got caught red handed and will now do the time. Nearly 6 months after Ghislaine Maxwell was found guilty of 5 charges, including sex trafficking in a minor. It was time to return to court and discuss some sentencing. And Ghislaine is now going to be sentenced for 20 years for her role in the Jeffrey Epstein bullshit. Last week, it was said that the 60 year old Maxwell and her legal team were filing documents saying there was unfair for delaying to serve as sentence that should have been reserved for Jeffrey Epstein. You know, had he not been found on a live in his jail cell back in 2019. They said, look, how about 51 and 63 months or less than 6 years? And I think people got tired of delaying constantly saying I was just following orders that kind of shit. Prosecutors don't like that schtick. They were looking for a sentence of between 30 and 55 years, but look, she got 20. And she put out a statement to you all the victims. I'm sorry for the pain that you experienced. It is my sincerest wish to all those in the courtroom and to all those outside this courtroom that this day brings a terrible chapter to the end to an end. And to those of you who spoke here today and those of you who did not may this day help you travel from darkness into the light. Yet she continues to protect the rapists. What did they do for her in the end? Nothing. Why didn't she talk? She look, she needs to sing before she gets suicide. She's screwed, either way, so might as well bring the predatory men down with her. I mean, there's no way she didn't keep tapes and lots of receipts stashed someplace in one of the safe houses around the world. I know I'm gonna get to that eventually. And really, I guess if there's any justice here, it's that the lane got more than the 51 month she was hoping

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Brittney Griner is in for a Russian Reality Check

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:22 min | 1 d ago

Brittney Griner is in for a Russian Reality Check

"I've been following this case of the WNBA star Brittany griner stuck in a Russian gulag. I saw the face she made yesterday as she was walking into the court in Moscow with handcuffs, wearing glasses, she had a great T-shirt, I think, and man did she look petrified. Her eyes were so big. I don't blame her. Listen, as bad as she thinks America is, she's about to get a taste of how lucky she is to be an American. So Briana comes in and had four security guards and a dog, and they all led her down a stairwell to a courtroom for her hearing, and she was ordered to remain in custody for the duration of her trial. Which extends her detention for another 6 months, now occasion don't know the story that you don't care, Brittany griner, two time gold medalist, was arrested back in February and a Russian airport just one week before Russia launched its invasion against Ukraine. And she got arrested because she had, she felt she had to smuggle in her vape cartridges that contain cannabis oil past security.

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Democrats' Social Causes Drive Voters to GOP

The Officer Tatum Show

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

Democrats' Social Causes Drive Voters to GOP

"According to a Fox News article, more than 1 million voters switch registration to GOP as suburbs break from Joe Biden. Are you surprised? I'm not surprised. In this article it reads more than 1 million U.S. voters have switched their party affiliation to the GOP over the past 12 months painting a grim picture for Democrats in 2020 2022 midterms. The GOP is benefiting most in the suburbs of large, medium sized cities where voters who support Joe Biden in 2020 are struggling with inflation and growing increasingly critical of Democrats and social issues.

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Aide: Trump dismissed Jan. 6 threats, wanted to join crowd

AP News Radio

01:11 min | 1 d ago

Aide: Trump dismissed Jan. 6 threats, wanted to join crowd

"In explosive testimony to the House panel investigating the capitol riot a key Trump White House aide has described Donald Trump's outbursts over January 6th itself and his failing bid to claim election fraud Cassidy Hutchinson was at the ellipse when the president was set to address backers whom he had been told were armed He didn't care ordering the Secret Service to remove metal detectors and quote let my people in They're not here to hurt me Take that I think mags away After the speech the president wanted to go to the capitol when lead Secret Service agent Robert engel refused Hutchinson says a White House official told her the president lunged for his limo steering wheel angle grabbed his arm Mister Trump then used his free hand to lunge towards Bobby engel A month earlier Hutchinson says a White House valet took her into a dining room There is catch up dripping down the wall Attorney general Bill Barr had told the AP he'd seen no evidence of voter fraud that could have changed the election's outcome The president had just seen the article And had thrown his lunch against the wall Sagar Meghani Washington

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Court kills Flint water charges against ex-governor, others

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 d ago

Court kills Flint water charges against ex-governor, others

"The Michigan Supreme Court has ruled that charges against former governor Rick Snyder and others in the Flint water scandal must be dismissed AP correspondent Norman hall reports According to the court Michigan state laws authorize a judge to investigate subpoena witnesses and issue arrest warrants as a one person grand jury but not to issue indictments The dismissed charges range from misdemeanors to involuntary manslaughter because of 9 deaths related to legionnaires disease Flint managers appointed by governor Snyder switched the majority black cities water source to the Flint river while a new pipeline was under construction State regulators said the river water didn't need to be treated to reduce its corrosive qualities Lead from old pipes flowed through the system for 18 months community activists calls the situation a disgrace I Norman hall

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Over 1 Million Voters Switch Registration to GOP

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:47 sec | 1 d ago

Over 1 Million Voters Switch Registration to GOP

"Here's a story that amazing Fox News reporting over a million American voters have switched their party affiliation to the GOP over the last 12 months. As the 2020 turn 2022 midterms approach and we are months away in the suburbs in large and medium cities is where this is mostly occurring. Where voters who supported Biden who are now struggling with inflation, growing increasingly critical of these Democrat policies, this is according to The Associated Press over a million voters have switched from Democrat to Republican in the last 12 months.

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US consumer confidence slumps to lowest level in 16 months

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

US consumer confidence slumps to lowest level in 16 months

"Inflation and rising interest rates are taking a toll on consumer confidence I'm Ben Thomas with the latest gauge The conference board says its consumer confidence index slipped to 98.7 this month The second straight monthly decline and the lowest level since February of last year It's expectations index a 6 month outlook with even more sour tumbling to its lowest level since 2013 The survey shows consumers more pessimistic about short term business conditions the job market and their own short term financial prospects Still purchasing intentions for big ticket items cars homes and major appliances remained relatively stable However rising costs for travel have many dialing back vacation plans Ben Thomas Washington

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Jan. 6 panel to hear from aide who saw burned documents

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 d ago

Jan. 6 panel to hear from aide who saw burned documents

"The house panel investigating the capitol riot will hear today from a top Trump White House aide in an appearance shrouded in extraordinary secrecy Cassidy Hutchinson told the committee in a private interview she saw her boss Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows burning documents in his office after meeting with a GOP lawmaker involved in a bid to overturn the 2020 election Hutchinson's appearance has raised expectations of new revelations in the probe potentially the most vivid firsthand story yet of Trump's campaign to subvert the vote and his response to the capital violence The panel announced today's surprise hearing just yesterday After earlier saying it would not meet again until next month Sagar Meghani Washington

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Jan. 6 panel to hold surprise hearing, present new evidence

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 d ago

Jan. 6 panel to hold surprise hearing, present new evidence

"The January 6 panel will hold a surprise hearing today One cloaked in secrecy The committee said last week the next hearing would be next month But with 24 hours notice it announced one for today while Congress is on a two week break The subject remains unclear The only detail is the panel says it'll present recently obtained evidence and receive witness testimony The committee recently got footage shot by a British filmmaker of Donald Trump and his inner circle before and after the capitol riot It's uncertain if that will be shown today The intrigue is raising expectations of new bombshells when the hearing starts at 1 p.m. eastern Washington

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The US Economy Is in an Increasingly Delicate Position

The Trish Regan Show

02:02 min | 2 d ago

The US Economy Is in an Increasingly Delicate Position

"Let's talk first about some of the. The challenge is overall before we get to AOC that the American economy continues to face. And frankly, the reluctance of the administration to really do anything about it. I mean, this is at least the perception. Maybe they're trying, but there's such a lack of, frankly, competence when it comes to the issue of ensuring economic prosperity and tempered inflation that I think that effectively sort of doomed here for the next 6 months, 12 months, whatever you want to call it. I mean, I hope that recession is not going to be bad. I think it hopefully will be just a little one, but listen, there is an attitude out there that somehow, you know, you can just go buy that $60,000 EV and solve your problem, which by the way makes no sense because people are going to actually have to plug in the EV and don't forget they're still paying for electricity. They're still paying for natural gas. I mean, the cost of everything is going up. But a fox reporter really pushed The White House on this this week. Let's listen to the exchange. Trying to do right now is to deal with an acute problem right now, which is why the president, again, asked for a 90 day suspension of the gas tax, the gas tax holiday. It is going to make a difference. Peter, we're talking about 18 cents on the federal on the federalist level. We're talking about an average of 30 cents on the state level. And if the oil refinery does their job, if they do what we are asking them to do, which is put their profits back in so that gas prices can go down, that's almost a dollar per gallon. That matters. Sure. It matters. But you know what? We don't live in Venezuela. This is not a socialist country. Companies are not there to do what might help Joe Biden and the Democrats. I mean, companies are there to maximize their profits for shareholders. That's the whole idea.

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Understanding the Risk of Getting Vaccinated

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:00 min | 2 d ago

Understanding the Risk of Getting Vaccinated

"Put you on the spot here and you'll do with it what you want. Aside from its ineffectiveness, are you prepared in any way to say it might be dangerous to give a 6 month old this vaccine? Well, that's the other part of it Dennis is with any medical procedure intervention. We always have to ask the question, what are the benefits? What are the risks and what are the alternatives? All they're doing is pushing perspective benefits. They don't talk about the risk. They don't talk about alternatives. And we know from the VAERS system, there's been something like 16,000 deaths associated with this vaccine and hundreds of thousands of injuries. So yes, I think the risk far outweighs the benefit in vaccinating somebody who is less than 18 years old and I am prepared absolutely to say that because I've seen the injuries, I've seen the vaccine injuries in my patients and they can be quite devastating.

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Why Vaccines Don't Need Emergency Authroization

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:12 min | 2 d ago

Why Vaccines Don't Need Emergency Authroization

"Telling me I was asking you about the notion of vaccinating 6 month olds, which I believe borders the criminal. And you don't even have to react to that. I'm just want my audience to know, I'm perfectly okay with being quoted, I think it borders the criminal. So you said that there were two reasons that you were you thought this is awful and unlikely to continue. So it's not that there's two reasons it's that in order to have emergency use authorization, there has to be an emergency. There isn't the CDC's own data shows that the risk of death in somebody less than 18 from COVID is .001%. Where's the emergency? Researchers out of Johns Hopkins looked at data less than 18 of folks that had COVID 48,000 patients, they concluded there is a 0% rate of mortality, well children simply do not die from COVID. The second is there has to be no alternative effective treatment. And you and I both know that we can treat COVID, especially when we can treat early. And Dennis, listen,

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How the Government Markets Medicine to the Masses

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:05 min | 2 d ago

How the Government Markets Medicine to the Masses

"First, you might have heard me say and I don't know if you knew this before I said it. Apparently, we're the only country in the world to advocate vaccinating 6 month olds against COVID. Do you know that to be true? I don't, but I can tell you us and one other country that I forget which one are the only ones that allow pharmaceutical direct to consumer advertising. And I think that's part of the problem. Go ahead and expound on that. Well, as you know, when you watch TV or drive on the freeway and see billboards, the government and pharmaceutical companies will advertise various products as it relates to the government, the government is now doing the bidding of the vaccine companies by pushing these vaccines all of which, by the way, are being used under emergency use authorization. And there are rules for pushing and investigational product that the government themselves are not following.

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"past month" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 10 months ago

"past month" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And the listeners of KQED. This is weekend edition from NPR News. I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro In the past month, there were more than 73,000 confirmed coronavirus cases among Texas students. More than a dozen school districts have temporarily closed as a result, and Texas is leading the country in child deaths from Covid 19. Amid the surge, state lawmakers pushed through strict bills on abortion. Voting restrictions and bail reform, while Governor Greg Abbott publicly fought local governments over their efforts to stem the spread of the disease, and that's frustrated many Texans as Paul Flock of Texas public radio reports. Hospitals across the state are running out of pediatric ICU beds, taxes, his department of State Health Services says only 100 remain, and just a couple 100. More regularized U bends are available in the state of 29 million people. Dr. David Portugal is a cardiologist in Sugar Land. Texas Governor Abbott has failed. US Republican State Legislature has failed US. These leaders should be held accountable and the ass explain how they can justify taking actions that are killing their fellow Texas, Portugal and other Texas members of the advocacy group. The committee to Protect Healthcare, called on the governor to rescind his executive order barring local governments from mandating masks in schools. State officials have admitted the bands are only enforceable by local district attorneys, Many who disagree with the governor's order and are choosing not to enforce it..

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"past month" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"past month" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Let's go to let's go to the telephones. Let's go to John calling from Bel Air Maryland John, You're on the Chris Plante show good warnings. 30, plus nerves. I want to say, probably for the past 10 or so years. I mean yourself H like Mark 11 and others haven't been saying if you want to get involved in politics. Started for local school board level, and I thought that's a good idea. I don't know how valid it could be, but man Holy Tallinn the past year. Has that become president. Advice? Yeah, I mean, the lefties are playing the long game. They are trying to Record country and so what they're gonna do. They're going to turn our foundation in the sand. And how do you do that through the kids? Yep. And Saying what we've been seeing, especially what's when you supposed in the past month and a half or two months. Get involved in your school boards pay attention to your school boards. And and I mean, unfortunately, you know, are we conservatives are typically Very hardworking, very industrious, and we often don't have the time to dedicate to something like that. And I mean, obviously we have to. We have to make time we have to get involved in our school boards. We have to pay attention to him. Yeah, I live in a pretty conservative county here in Maryland. And even even in a conservative county we've got we're getting pushed back because of what the school board your day Well, and that's because.

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"past month" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul

Impaulsive with Logan Paul

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"past month" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul

"Yeah these are incredible. Shallow ridge wallet. We love you guys back to the program for your is closing up from the in south look swollen. What i looked like this guy older. I oh well hold on a second. I'm just kidding. No no no. I have aged quite a bit in the past month. I don't know if you've noticed but there's been some shit going on. I've been deal with some some demons over the past month. I had a big fallen out with a friend of mine. A good friend. A brother internet didn't take too kindly to that especially the logan. Paul fan.

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"past month" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"past month" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Does he think this is a restaurant? You know, just to see if they want their space. Did everybody know you're good at Come on me, miss. Get Janice. So you can't You see them to stay there, Mom? You Yes, I see that You're not listening to me. Seen myself. You see, I know today Go, miss. I never was in discipline. Lena, believe it. I want to see any backup bottles. God is common in the past month..

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"past month" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"past month" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

"Look at who i am. Essay air you know. You don't have everything you want but you have everything that you need. I looked at my life instead of waiting for someone to open up door for me. I i made my own door. I created my own path instead of looking for the hand out to pull me up poured myself up. And i'm saying that to say this. Let me let me frame this a bit better. You have to bet on yourself. This almost sounds like a message that you know podcast and may come out later on but you have to bet on yourself in this moment right now. I am betting on myself in this moment. Even as i say this right now learning. I'm growing stronger and believing in hawaii 'em and what i'm going to do. And my purpose in life. I spent the past month developing this training Aimed at libraries in in my goal is to teach libraries and enlarge library systems how to invest in teams how to grow healthy and positive relationships for youth how to build community with youth that visit these various libraries across the nation because quite frankly there are a lot of libraries struggle with that there are a lot of libraries and really just businesses and organizations that struggle with that age group of middle school and high school. What do you do with them. They show up in. What do you do do you turn and look away. And and hope that you're passive aggressive energy pushes them out the door or do you take time to get to know them and to invest in their lives. Do you develop discipline of growing community within a given space that you have or do you push them out the door. My training is really for those who see middle school. And highest korneeva elementary school kids and and they see them and they see opportunity as opposed to sing opposition.

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"past month" Discussed on in.pencil podcast

in.pencil podcast

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"past month" Discussed on in.pencil podcast

"Said. He was singing while my mind is all over the place right now. So yeah we're going a of places half of will make you ban in the other half probably also make it. Yeah i mean we're just. This is so effectively we are acknowledging are fallacy are flaw not recording anything substantial in the past month but also announcing that we're not gonna recording anything substantial so we hoped also put a video on youtube as well talking about this but yes we will be. I will be recording stuff. Not for the podcast but for youtube. But for the podcast. I don't wanna talk to myself for hours on end makes sense nor do i. I don't even like talking to myself my sleep so much plus i tried it i could if i get all your all your audio actually can pilot in heavy say like random things if i actually recorded into sleep. That'd be interesting to talk about. I don't talk though. How do i actually have an app. That records whenever those noise that that while i'm sleeping so if i like in the rare occasions i snore which is a rare occasion. That records it If i fart think it may pick it up If i shuffled around the bar makes noise than it picks it up just normal if lane flies. Overhead is not that sensitive is just like it's on my apple watch it's in the vicinity of like me like this is great so it has to be like a substantial disturbance. Moore's apple hoping in the middle of the night you'll just start saying random information about yourself as if they don't already have it. I don't know why i'm thinking they care now. They already have really everything from. Let's see like social security number credit. Like i have an apple credit card so they have like everything random thing that happened today. It's not it's kind of apple cannot other day driving.

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"past month" Discussed on No One Told Me

No One Told Me

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"past month" Discussed on No One Told Me

"And i don't even remember why i wanted to. But that was the only time he let me quit. And there were many times in my life that i told him like. I'm quitting. I'm done and he would write me a letter and tell me why or send me an email and just be like. Hey here's why don't think you'll regret it. I mean i wanted to transfer colleges in school and he wrote me and letter and it was like this is dumb. Don't do it. Here's why. And i think it probably came from him just like not letting me quit and even now like we had a project. We're working on for an event this past month that i was frustrated with it and i wanted to just quit. This idea is not gonna work. Which is stop and part of me knows. I'm not going to quit. Like i wanna push through and see what we can actually mega. It's not going to be what we thought it was going to be an. Yeah maybe won't work out but it's almost like this is a problem to solve now so you know you're not going to quit because that's not who you are and that's not what these people expect from you. I've tried to quit band ones. My mom wouldn't let me. I was awful. And it wasn't fun like i could not. There wasn't a note to be hidden. I remember begging my mom in the parking lot of the middle school like me. I sign the paper and she would not let me so. I think that's why i quit. A lot of things now is just to tell her again. Today carol quit diet. i call her everyday. But i have through this. You pursue things and once you go after likely said you you see them to completion but it also you show up for people and you push people to go deeper. It's not something that you do like just on a personal level but you really have been an example of that to me of the power of just showing up with people like if you say you're going to be there you're there if you say you're gonna do it you do it and it seems like it's almost instinctual to you that it just comes naturally now because you've done it for so long how did you how did that become practice for you. Instead of a last resort like all of us are in desperation will just keep doing it because we have to bet. It seems like you go into it knowing. I'm going to keep doing this. I'm going to keep going deeper no matter what it looks like. It's a good question. I think honestly it took a crisis in my life for me to understand why to go deeper and how to do it. I've always loved digging in scripture or like finding the answer if that means research or whatever. I've just enjoyed that. And i like i like the spiritual disciplines. I like all of the things that i was never really good at many of them and always kinda give up on prayer. You know we started journal and we're handwriting and then we kinda quit because it's just other things happen but i had a foundation but it wasn't what i needed kinda just..

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"past month" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"past month" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Know, Javon and Bannon really established himself. Now is big play guys out on the permanence of big body guys that will go up and get the football and I think now, but he was just gonna put the ball In a position where Jevon can go up and get it, and he's shown time and in time out now over the past month that he's gonna make those big plays force and those big chunk plays have really accelerated this offense on the very next play in book takes the ball 33 yards and a designated quarterback run of the Carolinas. Six. Yeah, really well executed play and the timing of it was excellent, great blocking. At the point of attack, Tommy tremble once again with a great Block that gets him out. Robert Haynes. He does a great job of sealing his man and in uses his speed up the sideline and gets a block from Geron McKinley as well and well executed. Play to place later and again uses his feet this time to keep the play alive before finding Kyron Williams for four yard touchdown pass. Yeah, we had, you know, we had a poor snap their you know, Zeke. You know, in his first start, he did a great job. One of the things that hey, will have to continue to work on. This is the snapping. He got a little bit outside of himself and trying to get set in his protection before he got his hand all the way through and it hit the inside of his his thigh, and it was on the ground and did a great job of picking it up, maintaining his poise and find finding Kyron Williams out on the right flat and we got it into the end zone was. It was a really, really good place Show veteran on DAT situation. You know how to handle himself. Now, we would be remiss if we did not mention punter J. Brandley. We did a great job flipping the field in this game, including a 51 yard punt in the second quarter that pitted the target ALS back at their three yard line. Yeah, I agree. It was a 43 net, which was the best of the year force and you know, we really needed and I'm a special teams. There's gonna be a huge, you know, you know, play in this game and you know, they had some very fortunate bounces and their rugby punter. We should've probably blocked one. We missed one by just a couple of feet. S o. They won the field position because of some of the punting that they had. But Jay was outstanding foot field position kept us in a really good situation Early on. When we were struggling on Ben, we did a really good job in terms of Placing two of them inside the 10 yard line. So JJ was on his game and we needed a month. Saturday or Friday. Yes, and after that, you know, kind of hard to keep it all straight right now living together. After that 51 yard put your defense just missed getting a safety. But I say a frosty does come up with a big stack of the one Yeah, again. A zoo I mentioned to you earlier. You know, we had to really good punch by J as well that we're down inside the five yard line, which put North Carolina and very difficult operation And and that's where again and we talked about not being in a rhythm, you know, being backed up is also not being in rhythm because you can't do some of the things that they want to do within their R P O scheme and You know, we we kept him back there. Isaiah almost gets the sack, but again, sets up great field position to for us. The game's tied at 70 You start the third quarter and Carolina starts with the ball and your defense comes up with a huge stop to force apart with the big play A drew I tackle of Michael Carter in the backfield for lots of three yards. Yeah, again. They were running their their counter scheme. And, you know, Drew had a unopened window on the back side saw it took it was assertive and made a great play tackling for a loss and really set them back again. We're talking about rhythm here. Getting them in long distance is really set us up in terms of being able to dictate what we wanted to run Defensively. Carolina that intends you back at your three yard line, buddy and book in your offense March 97 yards down the field to go a head. And take control of the game. That was the drive of the game. I mean, you know, exerting our will, um, you know, physically making good decisions, You know, third down conversions. That was that was the driver of the game and to go 97 yards. You know, obviously put us in a great position. Now, we, You know, we missed an opportunity to kick a field goal there to get us up 10, But you know, our guys again exerted their will on their confidence on defense in the second half, and it was that drive. I think that was probably the one moment where I know the confidence level was really high. With our football team. Speaking of confidence level, there's a plan to strive that did not make anyone's highlight real fourth and one from your own 24 in a tie game and you line up as if you are going to go for it. And you get Carolina to jump offsides to keep the driver lie, which means they thought you might actually stop the ball. Well, maybe we're going to you know who I want. I'm not gonna tell anybody we way might have. You know, we've got to play there, but well, we'll leave it for interpretation. Because we've got that play that you know, Coach Kelly, you know, maybe sometimes he likes to roll the dice. So next time you have to be ready and we'll see what happens if we go for next time. It really shows your confidence in this offense, though, even if you were going to snap the ball, But even if you weren't and I was not asking you to let that out of the bag you have to have Disciplined offense either way, because if you're not going to snap it, they can't jump offsides. Yes, certainly It's something that we work on, right. I mean, you know, we're in a longer cadence. We have a play attacks to it so we can run the play. If we way want to run the plan. Um, And but but we felt like we were gonna get him in the neutral zone and then and then it's important. It can't be that they're shifting and moving. They have to clearly get into the neutral zone on bits. Not something where you want to snap the ball and take a knee because you don't want to leave it up to interpretation, So it's.

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"past month" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"past month" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Past months down across the board in Chicago did was stay at home order when you look at the April crime numbers first the WGM forecast here's meteorologist Mike Jensen mainly cloudy skies here tonight we could see a few stray sprinkles as temperatures drop into the lower fifties mid seventies are expected to start the weekend with partly sunny skies on our Saturday then a chance for some showers in here Saturday night into Sunday morning mainly south of I. eighty we decrease our clouds in the afternoon on Sunday with highs in the upper sixties upper fifties all the one we get on Monday with increasing clouds a chance for some showers during the evening hours but scattered shower potential goes up Monday night into Tuesday Tuesdays highs in the mid fifties mid upper fifties expected to get on Wednesday was some widely scattered showers and then dry here on Thursday slightly warmer with inland highs in the lower sixties mid fifties at the lake front from the WGN weather center I'm meteorologist Mike Jensen crime over the past month is down across the board in Chicago did was stay at home order with a look at the April crime report gives WGN's Meghan Dwyer Chicago police report double digit declines in criminal sexual assaults robberies aggravated batteries burglary staffs and motor vehicle theft some at twenty year lows and released the new police superintendent David Brown said quote the goal is to make Chicago the safest big city in the country but the statistics the department released today don't paint an entirely accurate picture CPD's own data shows through April twenty sixth students are up year to date by eighteen percent robberies up four percent in two thousand twenty there have been more than six hundred and twenty five shootings so far this year two hundred and seven alone in April during the stay at home order on April seventh a five year old was shot in Auburn Gresham just yesterday a Chicago fireman was shot while cutting his grass in Fernwood department was off duty he survived there's been no word yet of an arrest a joint statement released by the offices of governor Pritzker and Chicago mayor Lightfoot says the curve is flattening that's despite a record number of new cases announced a Morton thirty one hundred in Illinois that statement by their offices also announced it plans to deconstructed code field hospital at the McCormick place are under way WGN trying Burrel reports earlier in the week of JB Pritzker announced.

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"past month" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"past month" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Past months down across the board in Chicago did was stay at home order when you look at the April crime numbers first the WGN forecast here's meteorologist Mike Jensen mainly cloudy skies here tonight we could see a few stray sprinkles as temperatures drop into the lower fifties mid seventies are expected to start the weekend with partly sunny skies on our Saturday then a chance for some showers in here Saturday night into Sunday morning mainly south of I. eighty we decrease our clouds in the afternoon on Sunday with highs in the upper sixties upper fifties all the warm we get on Monday with increasing clouds a chance for some showers during the evening hours but scattered shower potential goes up Monday night into Tuesday Tuesdays highs in the mid fifties mid upper fifties expected to get on Wednesday was some widely scattered showers and then dry here on Thursday slightly warmer with inland highs in the lower sixties mid fifties at the lake front from the WGN weather center I'm meteorologist Mike Janssen crime over the past month is down across the board in Chicago did was stay at home order with a look at the April crime report here's WGN's Meghan Dwyer Chicago police report double digit declines in criminal sexual assaults robberies aggravated batteries burglary staffs and motor vehicle theft some at twenty year lows and released the new police superintendent David Brown said quote the goal is to make Chicago the safest big city in the country but the statistics the department released today don't paint an entirely accurate picture CPD's own data shows through April twenty sixth students are up year to date by eighteen percent robberies up four percent in two thousand twenty there have been more than six hundred and twenty five shootings so far this year two hundred and seven alone in April during the stay at home order on April seventh a five year old was shot in Auburn Gresham just yesterday a Chicago fireman was shot while cutting his grass infirm would that firefighter was off duty he survived there's been no word yet of an arrest a joint statement released by the offices of governor its current Chicago mayor Lightfoot says the curve is flattening that's despite a record number of new cases announced to Morton thirty one hundred in Illinois that statement by their offices also announced it plans to deconstruct the code field hospital at the McCormick place are under way WGN tried Burrel reports earlier in the week of JB Pritzker announced.

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"past month" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"past month" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"In the past month two months. any questions from anybody in the media to any of the democratic presidential candidates about the economy. have you ever heard anything like that. member the last debate they did Robert pointed out. three and a half hours I think it was these these fools from the stage at CNN. not one question about the economy to these Democrats that want to be president of the United States. now why is that. because they have no answers and that's that's you could tell the collusion the demigod the media is not gonna ask the Democrats any the Democrats any question that they can't answer well right. can answer well. I still haven't heard of anything. they might say something by themselves something to the effect of it's just not fair. only the top percent are getting rich nobody really and they're lying about that stuff by the way again wages up two point nine percent year over year. maybe the media room the the last time I can really remember any kind of. any kind of pressure right I'm trying to get a question I should say. about the about the economy was when Joe Biden was in Pennsylvania your member this. Joe Biden's in Pennsylvania. and they asked him about the economy. and he said that they said well why would you want to why why would you want to really. well I take that back there some just happened recently to which I'll get to let's go back to that you know the economy doing well in Pennsylvania yeah but it's it's if you could do as I thought about just to doing well he said about the dignity I wanna bring dignity back you know you'd be doing all right but you have any dignity at work remember then..

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"past month" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"past month" Discussed on 600 WREC

"You know there are a lot of insane things that are going on in the world today yesterday I hosted the Ruben report with Dave Rubin every year he takes a month away from all media all phones all technology and so he comes back and he has absolutely no idea what's happened in the last month so yesterday I spent two hours with him live on YouTube and a going over all of the stories I have to just go over some of them because. you realize when you just when you look at the past month how crazy and how fast the world is traveling. and we're gonna tell you about an announcement for the blaze that Dave made we we made up part one of an announcement part two is coming closer to the end of the year but the Dave Rubin show is going to be now found on the blaze so if you're blaze subscriber you now get Dave Rubin are you will in a few weeks you'll get the Dave Rubin report which is fantastic and Dave is a good friend and we're glad we're no no no we're thrilled to have him a part of the blaze will give you a little bit more of that coming up in a minute I if you don't have the blaze yet I don't know what you're waiting for you you have all of the best shows that are available it's only getting better the cost isn't going up I mean it is fantastic we have like thirty different shows now thirty different hosts and adding people like Dave Rubin you're just not going to be able to find a better deal for all of.

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"past month" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"past month" Discussed on 600 WREC

"In the world today yesterday I hosted the Ruben report with Dave Rubin every year he takes a month away from all media all phones all technology and so he comes back and he has absolutely no idea what's happened in the last month so yesterday I spent two hours with him live on YouTube and a going over all of the stories I have to just go over some of them because. you realize when you just when you look at the past month how crazy and how fast the world is traveling. and we're gonna tell you about an announcement for the blaze that Dave made we we made up part one of an announcement part two is coming closer to the end of the year but the Dave Rubin show is going to be now found on the blaze so if you're blaze subscriber you now get Dave Rubin are you will in a few weeks you'll get the Dave Rubin report which is fantastic and Dave is a good friend and we're glad we're no no no we're thrilled to have him a part of the blaze will give you a little bit more of that coming up in a minute I if you don't have the blaze yet. I don't know what you're waiting for you you have all of the best shows that are available it's only getting better the cost isn't going up I mean it is fantastic we have like thirty different shows now thirty different hosts and adding people like Dave Rubin you're just not going to be able to find a better deal for all of.

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"past month" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"past month" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Past month researchers from Washington University School of medicine in Saint Louis have developed a blood test to detect that is in ninety four percent accurate at detecting Alzheimer's disease decades before symptoms arise such a test may become available at doctor's offices within a few years Alamo Drafthouse cinema is calling all clowns for a special screening of it chapter two Alamo draft house is planning special clowns only screenings at seventeen theater locations nationwide and movie goers are encouraged to come dressed as a clown but not just any clown more specifically penny wise the whole flick is set for release September fifth W. away I news time five thirty seven now with breaking crime news from around the country here's Nancy grace I Nancy grace breaking crime news now teen a rapper Hey Hey just fifty five years behind bars for the murder of twenty three year old mark Anthony Saldivar after prosecutors use his own words against him he writes it releases a song about a while he's on the run state's exhibit number one Maryland a murdered man found in a trash can identified using genetic genealogy Roger Kelso killed nineteen sixty three police investigating as a homicide tip line four one zero two two two forty seven hundred Pensacola bay oyster company says someone stole thirty thousand oysters police say they have no leads on the twenty thousand dollar highs witnesses have all planned okay I plead guilty on that support for Chrysler comes from simply safe home security simplisafe protects your entire home every window and door with round the clock professional monitoring no long term contract free shipping on your order it simply said dot com slash Nancy with this crime alert I need to press the traffic and weather together in a minute but first a check of your money in the world.

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"past month" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"past month" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Eroded in the past month that follows the Trump administration's decision to pull out a deal between Iran global powers to curb Tehran's nuclear program on ABC's this week, Iran's minister of foreign affairs, Mohammad jihad. Siri says the US is losing credibility of making deals. I President Trump doesn't like NAFTA, then he comes with US Canada, Mexico. And then he tries to impose new tariffs on Mexico based on an extra news item, which is the wishes immigration Virginia Beach in morning, this weekend at the loss of its victims. Twelve eleven city employees who were gunned down. Police say by fellow city employees police are investigating suspected gunman Dwayne Craddock's background chief James severa. On a motive or now interviewing co workers, witnesses family members anyone whole step forward the members of the crowded field of Democrats running for president or in California this weekend. Speaking at the state's democratic convention, and also get an earful. Maybe he's Tarapore. Mary with details. Democratic candidates were pounding the pavement this weekend in California. What's become a critical state for Democrats who want to clinch the nomination because they interfere primary? Now, the crowd was mainly progressing neighbor, literally shouting for impeachment. But our recent polling shows very little overall public support for impeachment those search for eight climbers in the Himalayas on hold until tomorrow. Two of those missing Americans ABC's Jennifer Eccleston with more Indian rescue services are looking for eight climbers in the Himalayas after the team failed to show up at the base camp. The group including two Americans were trying to summit India's second largest peak in Romania today. Pope Francis, leading an open. Air mass on the final day of his tour in the country. You're listening to ABC news. Arizona's.

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"past month" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"past month" Discussed on WJR 760

"We have great news here. This is this is personal news family business. But you're a part of our family is a listener. And whoever is pick to run. This radio station will affect this radio station and your radio station in a very big way. And we just received word yesterday from Dave Milner, the executive vice president of operations, Cumulus media. Cumulus radio station group among other things he said after several meetings with various internal and external candidates over the past month and a half. I've made a decision that I believe will be the best fit for the Cumulus Detroit family. Without further ado, I'm thrilled to announce Steve finna Terry as your new vice president market manager for the entire Detroit cluster. That's ninety six point three f. FM WBZ d Nash FM ninety three four one. And of course, WJR the great voice of the Great Lakes. This is excellent news, really really good news the earned this. He deserves this and there'd be no one better. I mean, the tendency like this with a very important property like WJR company, say cheese. We gotta pull someone in from another market. Nobody from another market would understand WJR the way Steve Terry will understand is going to do an excellent job. You know, what see I got into it? He was an intern of my when I was doing a morning show in the city years ago. Is this true? Yes. It is. Oh, come on. And now, he's my boss. I I'm really feeling good about my career. Are you serious? Yes. He was an intern on another radio station and other times ago when I was doing mornings. Yeah. And you know, I I remember him nicely. Well, you know, I'm thinking about he had done a rant about the utility companies. And he lost his morning show back then. But anyway, funny how things work out in life. Isn't it? And now, he's our boss, and you are his intern. I need your change mister Fenner, Terry..

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"past month" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"past month" Discussed on AP News

"Thousand dollars was just under a three percent increase from last year. The smallest price. Growth in six years for all of two thousand eighteen sales of existing homes fell. Three percent home sales of slowed after years of strong price growth and modest inventories. Have hurt affordability? Mike Kemp in Washington. Bad movie contest judges have chosen John Travolta's Gotti for six Razzie award nominations in nominations announced Monday Gotti, the will Ferrell comedy, Holmes and Watson conservative documentary death of a nation. And the R rated puppet comedy, happy time murders all earned six nominations nominated for worst picture are Gotti. The happy time murders, Holmes and Watson, Robin, Hood and Winchester, along with Johnny Depp in Sherlock, gnomes, and Travolta, in guiding the Razzies nominated President Trump in death of a nation and Michael Moore's Fahrenheit eleven nine four worst. Actor winners will be revealed February twenty third Google has opened a new office in Berlin that it says will give it the space to expand in the German capital. CEO Sunday Pichai says the space means the company could more than double its number of Berlin employees to three hundred in addition to the fourteen hundred employees it currently has in Germany. The tech giant has faced regulatory headwinds in Europe. And was fined fifty million euros in France on Monday for alleged violations of European data privacy rules. Google's central Europe finds president didn't directly address the fine. But said the company is committed to transparency and clarity on what data is collected. And how it's used. Votes. I'm Tim Maguire the AP newsman at the Senate has to vote set for Thursday on proposals to end the government shutdown, including President Trump's plan to have congress pay for the wall along the us, Mexico border, Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer dismisses that one you can't have a compromise. When one side declares this is what we want. And this is what you want majority leader Mitch McConnell counters a proposal that the president will support is upstate consistently over the past month. That fact will earn it consideration here in the the other is a house passed Bill to reopen. The government through February eighth then talk about border funding. Both proposals are likely to fail. Five four spring court says the Trump administration can go ahead with this plan to restrict military service by transgender men and women or court challenges continue tentative contract has been reached between striking teachers and the Los Angeles school systems the teachers voting on that contract this evening. I'm Tim Maguire. AP digital news back in a moment. Morning. There.

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