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"paul bill" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis
"Let's go to the mail. Paul bill if the fake media's doing so poorly how can they afford the million dollar salaries for their so called talent salaries in tv news. Cratering all right. So i hit it at the right time and i was the highest paid broadcaster in history drew. But now but wes. I wonder what we'll disney would have to say about his company today. Malta's nii was a very conservative man not an inclusive guy. He didn't like african americans. You know what was a mixed legacy judy. What a break. What a great program. The no spin news is very informative entertaining not boring. I haven't heard about the courts. Blocking payments to minority farmers was happy to constitution was upheld is supreme. Court is doing a pretty good job by going. On the intent of the founding fathers bruce bruns vold solid city. Who would you think will be the other name on the trump ticket in two thousand twenty four. The front runners right now. Our governor disentis at florida. Who wants to run himself for president and kristi. Nome the governor of south dakota there are the people. But i think those two are in front paw butko sarasota florida bill being sagacious person. Thank you very much ball sagacious. Maybe you can explain how the state of california can ban citizens from travelling to florida. They're not banning since california is banning state workers from going to any state. That's not walk but not citizens they can't do that. Say workers they can say look. You're not traveling on business. These states wayne firm in boise. Idaho why is it that schumer so enthusiastic about investigating january six but failed to see the important of the origin of cova. Vid in wuhan china. You know the answer to that question weighing politics all right. What does it gain the democratic party if the virus is traced back to wuhan a leak in atlanta nothing but if they can use january six to battle the republican point is going do ryan millage dunkin ville texas bill. You write a weekly column post five messages of the day each week. Right inside books answer. Emails broadcast four days a week run. Charity foundations appear on. Hannity beck bernie and siddons simone's fairy radio programs and walk holly the tara dog. Raise your kids and are going onto with president trump. What is the secret to managing your time. I'm exhausted just reading that. Do i do a lot holly. It's discipline and i'm writing another book due friday discipline but sometimes it gets a little overwhelming. I have to admit let's griffin. Let's center washington. Just want to say thank you bill. My husband and i sit down for dinner. Watch you on our sixty five inch. tv. It's almost like having you over for dinner. Thank you leslie. I appreciate that. Tina tetreault states phil north carolina. Just finished killing. The mob. couldn't put it down. I cannot believe how many things the mob controlled yes. That's the focus of the book. So trump tickets bill o'reilly dot com has them killing the mob. Come premium concierge remember. Get the book free. Where did the day to not be feckless when writing to us back.
"paul bill" Discussed on Techdirt
"I do think you know you have a different opportunity when it comes to merger acquisition inquiries but going after companies to break them up. Assuming that the giant paul bill would never work. And i think that's a good assumption in terms of Due process protections you know what are the what are the real remedies. I think the real remedies are to curb the network effect by precluding the collection of data on individuals. As you know if people the european approach has been opt in opt out at misses the boat there is a public policy to prevent the acquisition of data whether it's supposedly anonymous or not and our bill prohibited the collection data for the most part. There are some exceptions beyond what is necessary to complete the transaction and to not hold it beyond that transaction that would change very much the how these platforms operate and none of them are supporting the bill. But i think they would not destroy the internet or the capacity to utilize the internet successfully. But they would deal with a lot of the problems that we're all seeing. Yeah i mean there are a lot of lot of different issues that that could be looked at and figuring out how to deal with the privacy issue is you know. There's a part of it. That i think is core to all of the other discussions like you know if there is a a a well-thought-out approach to dealing with the privacy issues. I think you're right that it does solve a bunch of or at least make the other problems less of a problem. You know i'm i'm still somewhat concerned about you. Know how how the various privacy bills play out in practice and you know we. We've seen obviously with gdp our approach that you know. It's it's worked in in some areas but in a lot of other areas. It's really just kind of reinforced google and facebook as the only ones who can handle all of the compliance. That's why i think if you don't do the complicated compliance you just have bright lines on what you can collect him what you can't collect and it makes it possible for startups as well as the giants to compete although we did do an exemption for very small businesses in the privacy bill you probably recall So i do think that that is a promising approach And as i say these companies are not going to be in support of that. But i think you know we have a bigger chance of passing that because the american public understands mean i asked How many people had taken advantage of the new opportunity. That apple has given to say. Ask this app. Do not track. I love that by the way And it's overwhelming. It's huge The american public doesn't wanna be tracked. They don't they don't want a profile made of them. Yeah yeah and i mean. The thing that that that i've been interested in is is whether or not there are other ways. Where in by the way that do not track probably be prohibited under these bills because arguably it would give an advantage to apple over its competitors. Well that's i mean that's that's an interesting point to to dig into as well..
"paul bill" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Contender, but that's just hugely disappointing to where they're the way their body is The same thing. If you watch them, it's listless. It's like regiment and the Diamondbacks. Jeez, it looks like they expect to lose, you know, look like how we gonna mess this one up. You know what's gonna happen in the seventh inning of the eighth inning tonight? And you just get that feel watching them and on, you know, that's when you start to see changes, whether it's a manager, whether it's a big trade, but they've got to shake things up because it's gonna be a long, long year. Both those places why Bill you want to jump in here with Paul Bill. Well, they're think Bill's kill you there, Bill. Yeah, I'm here. Yeah, Go ahead. If you want to jump in with Paul, please do. Yeah. You know, Paul, you're talking about some of these last place teams. Do you see any manager changes? Do you think they'll get rid of some of these guys and maybe make a move to a younger manager to try to revitalize him wondered, you know, that's That's the point. I think what would folk Cincinnati and Arizona E mean? The Cincinnati was, well, David Bell. That's a guy who's got a history with the organization of the whole family. Um, you know, I don't know that he's necessarily done anything wrong. I'm I'm not close enough that Oh man Team or the Diamondbacks have a feel what's going on in that clubhouse, But those were just both places where, like I said, You get that bad, bad vibe, But it everybody's showing up every day that not expecting to win that. On. Uh, you know, if your management show, aren't you, you've got to send the message to the fans. I think that's so weird year, but management dealing with fans because You're just now getting your fans back in the ball part might be a short honeymoon. Hey, when we get to go to the ball game, great, we're going to show up but very quickly people gonna say Oh, but these guys are 20 games out, and they're not very good. They're not very fun to watch. And you know the people running the ball club's beach cash. They need to revenue and e think that lack of interest fans if it shows up that way is gonna be bore significant this year than in a lot of years, So, yeah, I could see some things. Even organic moves. Just say we gotta do something to get fans attention and say they were really trying here. Well, I think Colorado's in that boat of for buddy Black. I hate to say it. Yeah, it seems like you know what? You know what it might be much We all love buddy. It might be best thing for buddies to get out of there because that's not going to get better anytime. So now in Arizona. They've got so many injuries and Livello has got a good relationship. He's the opposite of Girardi. With the press. They they love him there, So I think the injuries he'll get a pass on that. And you can also with the front office. You know, for the office made two mistakes there. I mean, you know, they put too much stock in Bumgarner as much as we love all of that bomb. You kind of like women. What did they do it at this point in his career, you know, that was a statement. But it wasn't a real smart statement. Really, from a baseball standpoint and spend your money standpoint, so a little bit of that goes on in the front office in there. I, The White Sox for me have got a nice hold on the central, the A's in Houston and Seattle. Believe it or not. Seattle's getting better. They're starting to win games here in Texas is losing everything. So, but I still see a Houston really in the West. What about the East? Can you go top to bottom? Throw the Orioles out? I think anyone could win it, right? Yeah, I agree. I mean, you're Tampa Bay. We all thought this was the year that you know well. So they sort of retool every couple of years and they don't buy them out. But they slip a little bit, and this looks like that year and Tampa bait. But again, the rest of the divisions leading.
"paul bill" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"One of the lawyers couldn't figure out how to blank not be a cat exactly right to turn off the talking cat filter on his zoom feed. The lawyer's daughter. It apparently turned on the filter earlier in the day, so the zoom hearing showed two very serious lawyers and one very serious cat. Unfortunately, no one in the hearing could figure out how to turn the filter off. So the lawyer Told everyone else will just go forward with it. Unfortunately, things on Lee got more chaotic when he kept knocking off all his legal briefs off the table with Paul Bill, How did Paula do on our quiz will stand back and let me give you the scored. He had eight right for 16 more points. He died 18. And the lead. That's perfect boy who aggressively good round. Thank you. All right. Here we go, Alonzo, you're up next fill in the blank. On Sunday, President Biden said he wouldn't lift sanctions against blank until they stopped enriching uranium. Iran right. According to Reuters, Several high profile Republicans had a meeting to discuss forming their own new blank. Political party Right this week. All three main US blank indexes closed at record highs. Stock Wall Street Yeah. On Wednesday, the teachers union in Blank reached an agreement to reopen schools. Arizona. No Chicago this week, A woman in New Zealand was sentenced for trying to enter that country while smuggling blank Americans know almost 1000 cactuses strapped to her body under her clothes, according to new numbers, one in 10, Americans have gotten at least their first blank shot. Vaccine Kobe back right on Monday, Mary Wilson, one of the founding members of the blanks, passed away at the age of 76 Supremes, right after a math professor in Singapore, completed.
"paul bill" Discussed on WJR 760
"Great Lakes. 7 60 Deluge Jr. Where Detroit comes to talk. Republicans who controlled the state legislatures say they should have been informed of the plot to kidnap Governor Whitmer because it included plans to storm the state capital and take hostages. On open letter by the House Speaker Lee Chatfield says the plot by these terrorist was against us to the letter says. We had people working in the building and their lives matter to the governor's office says in a statement that the governor won't be distracted by the speaker's partisan attacks. Governor. Wittmer says her political opponents share responsibility. Here's more from Fox News correspondent GURNAL Scott Governor Gretchen Whitmer says she's thankful to the investigators who foiled the abduction plot. 13 men have been arrested for their involvement on CBS Face the Nation. Governor Whitmer says she feels safe, but there are still serious threats. That groups like this group. These domestic terrorists are finding comfort and support in the rhetoric coming out of Republican leadership in the White House to our State House, the FBI said. Several of the accused, including the alleged ringleader, attended a gun rights rally at the Michigan State House in June, some even carrying guns into the legislative gallery. Colonel Scott Fox News 21 year old Paul Bill are one of the 13 people arrested would walk around the trailer park that he used to live in in Milford, with rifles, saying he was protecting the neighborhood. That's what the neighbors say He was one of the 13 men arrested for the plot, One resident said. That Bill are would spit on neighbors and yell at them. And the police would do nothing. Biller was evicted. Several months ago, He was arrested in South Carolina. He was at a rally in Lansing in May. And at that time, Biller told a TV station in Sweden that he and his group wanted to stage a revolt feel like the American civilization.
"paul bill" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"So he did something but they didn't like it for one reason that I have no idea why So Jimmy Doolan and one of the producers named John Paul Bill. The two of them together came up with some dialogue some Klingon stuff to say and gave that to mark Leonard. Who is speaker? He played the Klingon right? Normally spock's father but Mister Clinton. And then, and then he said the lines and that's the origin of Klingon there's maybe Six seven eight lines, what is I? Don't know if that counts as a line. And that's it. Now, there's actually more. Than, that, but you can hear it. So there's there's there's a scene during a sequence on federation lookout station or something where you see that cling Mark Leonard. On a view screen and he's says. About something that recorded all that in the Klingon dialogue that but you can't hear it really. So that sort of doesn't count. And what counts is, the is the is the basic basic stuff of Klingon his those half a dozen lines or so that you can hear very very clearly when he speaks and Jimmy Doing John Paul Villa responsible for that is amazing. I got to ask you about Kellyanne for short-track. treks beyond. Yeah. Insured checks out. To have had your hand in so many different incarnations of Star Trek and now discovery. Yeah. You know what's interesting about? Clinton. On discovery the season one of discovery yeah is very klingon heavy Oh. Yeah. Terms of the plot, and in fact, episode one, the the opening scene what goes on for seven or ten minutes or something entirely in Klingon. I didn't work on discovered for Klingon. All the dialoguing in Discovery was translated by a two people primarily a woman from Vancouver Name Robin Stewart and. A little bit also by guy in Indiana named Allan? Anderson. Both of them excellent speakers of clean and they're the ones who translated the dialogue into Clinton on. That's and that's what the actor said I think Robin. Robin. Wasn't there to coach the machine was on the phone or something all the time with them. So they did that. They didn't make anything up grammar wise vocabulary. Wise. That's all the stuff that I did. The day did the actual translation work wow I mean it sounded pretty good I'm it is very good. It's very good. The actors did did a really good job they they speak in in in in kind of Shakespearean way sometimes speak like this they in. The pronunciation is good at the and the the sentences, the grammar, and all that stuff is spot on how did you kind of approach count? Kellyanne was very different the whole structure of the language is different in discussions with the. Producers. They had a couple of ideas what county and should satellites I gave them a few samples. They suggested two things in particular. One is they wanted helping to have cliques. Languages in southern Africa yeah absolutely and things like that. I wasn't so sure. Readily, the actors will be able to bruce them so I put in what one clicks. So they make any kind of like that. That's fine..
"paul bill" Discussed on WTOP
"Congressional Republicans are moving ahead with proposals to deal with law enforcement reform as lawmakers await word on what president trump will ultimately support WTOP's Mitchell Miller has more now today on the hill we will focus on three main areas performance transparency and accountability the house's top Republican Kevin McCarthy says that means a database to track police abuses and improve training eighty percent of law enforcement agencies expressed a need for increased training that is work to achieve that while making our communities safer car he also says he supports a ban on chokeholds which Democrats have proposed in their sweeping legislative package house speaker Nancy Pelosi says she hopes the president will support proposals she calls nonpartisan and she remains optimistic the law enforcement community will too I think there's an openness of recognition that things have to be done differently now let's find our common ground on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news Kentucky Republican senator rand Paul introduced legislation to stop the use of no knock warrants something Democrats are also pushing in their calls for police reform Paul bill requires federal law enforcement officers to give notice of their authority and purpose before entering a home the law would also apply to state and local law enforcement agencies that receive money from the justice department the legislation comes after twenty six year old Brianna Taylor was shot and killed in her home in Louisville by police who had a no knock warrant coming up a grad student suing Johns Hopkins from moving classes online because of the coronavirus seven thirty seven hi I'm your fingers on her new account is the.
New Sanders/Jayapal bill: the Healthcare Emergency Guarantee Act
"The the next biggest thing obviously in healthcare is going to be this phase. Four relief bill which they're calling the cares to act which is likely to start moving through congress in the next week or two and the big question for us at least is. Is there going to be any healthcare relief for the millions and millions of people who are losing their jobs and losing their health insurance coverage right in the middle of massive healthcare crisis and there are now three bills that Democrats have different? Democrats have proposed in the house side And there's one on the Senate side It's not entirely clear whether anything will go through the Senate at all democratic leadership on the Senate side has not really made much noise about this But let's let's go back to the we've already talked about two of the house bills. We talked about A bill that Senator Sanders and reptile Paul are going to introduced. Actually not yet filed. This is called the Healthcare Emergency Guarantee Act. But what it really is it would cover everyone with Medicare It would have no co no deductibles and even if you have private or public insurance already than this bill would Medicare would cover all of your co pays and deductibles so basically it would achieve all of the access goals of a Medicare for all system. It would just temporarily believing in the private insurers and kind of providing wraparound and then but it is the like it is the Medicare Gateway Bill. Oh no doubt no doubt. Yeah I think so. We're going to be getting behind this bill. Most of the Medicare for movement is going to be supporting this bill. I think our feeling is that you know if you can get the experience of Medicare for all even if you don't get all the financing and limiting the health insurance company that it'll create real momentum to just do the full thing and because really leaving the health insurance companies in there. It just makes it much more expensive to do. It's hard to afford universal health. Care if you don't kick them out And you have to deal with them continuing to deny coverage and using the system just for their own profits so the other two bills. We already talked about this shitty bill that a democratic leadership is pushing the well the Worker Health Coverage Protection Act And this would obviously be good for some folks it expand. It basically subsidizes Cobra. So this is if you happen to have good health insurance in the job that you left. Then it would subsidize you staying on your previous employer's plan but a lot of people would not qualify for that Especially you know if you work at a small business. This is only Kober only works if you were working at a place that has twenty or more employees and it only works if your health. Your previous employer still exists and if their their health plan still exists. It doesn't work if your previous employer just went under or if they closed down their healthcare plan and obviously for many people who didn't have health care coverage previously. It would do nothing so just to give some numbers to illustrate the differences between these two bills the giant Paul Sanders Bill. The Healthcare Emergency Guarantee. Act THAT BILL WOULD COVER EVERYBODY. Who's currently uninsured? And that number is between thirty and forty million and rising as people are kicked off their their jobs and then kicked off their health insurance and then of course it would also because it would provide that wrap around coverage Basically it would basically affect everybody in the United States hundred plus million three hundred million whereas the Cobra Bell the Cobra for some ish. Bill that Nancy Pelosi is pushing would cover at most four to five million people so the scope is really different. Yeah I hadn't even seen that projection but that is shockingly inadequate for sort of what's facing us and we now have a third bill if you weren't confused already this is This is a bill introduced this past week by Reps. Chhaya Paul and Reps Kennedy who are both Medicare for all supporters in called the Medicare Crisis Program Act? We we might need to rename all these bills down and their bill would Instead of I mean the other thing about the bill is that it's just throwing public tax dollars at private health insurance companies but this plan that Kennedy introducing would expand Medicare extend Medicare to the recently unemployed so basically people who have become unemployed due to You know in the period of Corona virus would be allow- allowed to enroll in the Medicare program But the thing that makes this it's not nearly as good as the sanders giant. Paul Bill Because it leaves all of almost all of the cost sharing and copays and deductibles Under Medicare would still be there They did eliminate some like the premiums that you have to pay but you'd still have A part A. Part B. deductibles. You'd still have to buy a drug plan if you want to have any drug coverage you'd have the donut hole all that all those limitations that Medicare unfortunately comes with And then if you did not become recently unemployed then you also wouldn't qualify for the program So in my opinion it's it's better than the Cobra Bill. it would cover more people But it's still. I think totally inadequate for what's needed in this crisis and it makes kind of arbitrary distinctions about who gets in and who doesn't so I don't know our current system Yeah but yeah it would be better. It's like a gateway light right so we have like the the sanders dry. Paul Act which is like improved Medicare for all ish improved Medicare for all gateway drug. We have this the Reps Scott. Dingle Pelosi Bill which is like Cobra for some ish like you should have been a Republican bill right. They may be actually and I mean this. This is what I thought. The Republicans were going to push would be like. Let's subsidize private insurance but it turns out. There's been some like trading places going on over the decades so and then we have this new job. Kennedy Bill Medicare for the recently unemployed. So now we've got these three bills but none of it is really important. The distinctions between the bills. If nobody's actually going to fight for any of these bills and Pelosi for example they introduce this bill but she hasn't really been talking that much about it. I'm not sure if there's been a lot of discussion about whether it's actually going to be in the next phase of relief and and I think that there's a reason that the Democrats haven't really tackled the UN insurance problem. Which is there's no good solution for them. I mean insurers want them to expand Cobra which would be massively expensive and then as we were talking about cover only a fraction of the newly insured newly uninsured. The other option is of course you either expand private or public insurance and so the other option is to temporarily expand public insurance which would cover more people and of course be far less expensive but would also piss off the industry. Not only because they aren't going to be receiving those subsidies Cobra but because it would just be difficult to claw back you know expansion of public insurance and it would also demonstrate a way for us to transition away from employer based insurance so democratic leaders are just Kinda stuck between these two forces I think and I think that maybe they're just hoping that all these people who had insurance these are the ones they sort of have to worry about the the people that they think make up their base they. They hope that maybe they'll get their jobs back soon. And then they won't have to deal with this whole problem.
Progressives propose Medicare for the Uninsured
"Let's talk about the news of the week. The fight for having a relief. Bill that actually addresses what is going to be a massive health insurance crisis on So we had a bill introduced by Representative John Paul and Bernie Sanders in the Senate and then just Today actually as we're recording this this'll be yesterday as you're listening. Nancy Pelosi and House Leadership Democrat leadership in the House came out with a different proposal. We haven't seen language yet but this is clearly going to be the two kind of competing visions for next relief bill from the Democratic side so far icy silence from the Republican side. We don't even know if they're going support another relief bill at all Although I think the pressure is just going to become a hard to avoid once all of this unemployment leads to lack of insurance soon So the basic overview. Let's let why don't we start with the Sanders? John Paul Bill since that came out. I What they've proposed these of course are the lead sponsors of the Medicare for all legislation in the House and the Senate And this is not a medicare for all proposal. But it's kind of a stopgap proposal during the credit crisis. So what they've said is that Medicare should cover everyone who does not have health insurance And that Medicare will cover all co payments deductibles and cost sharing for everyone else. That's where people who have private insurance who have public insurance Like Medicaid or the Veterans Administration Or Medicare for that matter And that that will Last in effect until a vaccine is widely available to the public And the thinking of course is that we literally just cannot address this pandemic without everyone having access to healthcare Otherwise everyone who slipped through. The cracks of the healthcare system is going to be Is going to be unable to access. Care avoiding care when they need it and more likely to spread The contagion so Stephanie. What do you think about proposal? That came out of Japan. Senator Sanders Office. Well when I first heard about this proposal I thought it was perfect because it gives us a way to sort of expand public health insurance and it also fulfils the moderate concerns about allowing people to stay on their health insurance and all the stupid rationales for supporting a public option versus Medicare for all and that has always been the moderate case against Medicare for all right it's too disruptive maybe amid Medicare for all is in theory better but people are just so happy with their private insurance. Who Am I? Who are we to argue with them? And maybe they need a chance to try it out. And that's the impetus behind the whole public option. And you know they always say that. The of course. The goal is universal healthcare. But what the pathway. How do we get there? You know the details matter well. Here's your chance you know. Millions kicked off their insurance by no fault of their own at a time. When it's not actually safe to go outside but as far as I know no other members of Congress besides Sanders and Paul have supported this plan. Yeah I don't even know if it's been you know. They've barely rolled it out. It just came off the shelf. So we're us. The movement are going to have to build support for this bill. And you know it's interesting because this plan is kind of like some of the competing plans that you know. The centrists who were running for president were running on This doesn't resemble like the Biden plan but it is kind of what like Baidoa Rourke was was backing. It's a little bit like will cover everyone with the public plan. But we'll keep somehow the private health insurance in the workplace health insurance And I think the reason it's important to acknowledge why this is not a replacement for Medicare for all it needs to be. Temporary is the cost right. The the downside of doing it this way is that you don't get most of the savings that you get from Medicare for all system which really comes from like simplifying the system and you're cutting out all this administrative waste hospitals and doctors only have to deal with one pair they don't have to deal with fifty different payers. And that's how Medicare for all works by creating although savings you can afford to cover everyone else afford to have no co payments and deductibles. It is much more expensive to do it. This way to keep the private insurance companies in their keep all this complication waste in the system and expand coverage to everyone But I think you can do it temporarily as a stopgap measure And so I think it would be a good stepping-stone and people we literally cannot address this crisis with more and more people losing access to health insurance so I think it'll be an interesting fight. Yeah and it could arguably be even less expensive than giving subsidies to private health. Insurers who who made just end up pocketing. Well obviously we'll end up pocketing the profits but also will not be actually giving out any care outside of probably a lot of corona virus care because people aren't actually going to the doctor for anything else right now that's a fact that's not arguably that's it would definitely be cheaper to cover people through expanding medicare than it would be through throwing money at private
"paul bill" Discussed on KTRH
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"paul bill" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
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"paul bill" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"On Iran by administration officials as vague the voters on a proposal to limit president trump's ability to take military action against Iran more from correspondent bill Rakoff calling it the worst military briefing he's ever received Republican senator Mike Lee of Utah lashed out at secretary of state Mike Pompeii ought not just for the lack of good Intel but for telling lawmakers not to debate a war powers resolution that would limit the president's military power telling us that we need to be little boys and girls and run along and and not to be fixed I find it absolutely insane senator Lee says as a result will now support that democratic sponsored resolution along with fellow GOP senator rand Paul bill ray Cobb C. B. S. news Capitol Hill around investigators say the crew of Ukrainian jetliner that crashed never made a radio call for help and we're trying to turn back to the airport when the plane went down Wednesday killing one hundred seventy six people corresponding chemical make on what could be an upcoming investigation the NTSB could seek to participate in the investigation under international law because it was a U. S. certified plane secretary of state Mike Pompeii says the U. S. once complete cooperation with any investigation the Iranians disputed the crash was caused by a missile strike and blame a mechanical malfunction but the Boeing plane was only three and a half years old and had an experienced crew the death rate from cancer in the United States saw the largest ever single year decline between twenty sixteen and seventeen CBS is Vicki Barker has more it's the biggest ever year on year drop in the U. S. cancer death rate two point two percent and the American cancer society says it's almost all due to advances in treating lung cancer which accounts for about a quarter of all cancer deaths declines in the death rate from prostate breast and colon cancer seem to be slowing over although the cancer death rate fell by nearly thirty percent from nineteen ninety one to twenty seven Vicki Barker CBS news the dubs of Precourt justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has revealed that she is cancer free the eighty six year old is been treated for cancer twice in the past thirteen months she's been treated for cancer four times over it two decades span corresponded crystal says there is expected to be a major late week severe weather outbreak of the south.
"paul bill" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"To go in the second quarter. crystal formation now for Ohio state with Dobbins lining up behind Justin feels the quarterback catches the ball hands it off the top until he tackled for a loss as he can talk he ninety the backfield and made the play at the nine yard line yeah tackle for loss first time Dobbins been stopped for negative yardage. nice job I you can talk to. Boston College transfer had a tackle for loss last week in the victory over UCLA he's got another one today. now this third down a date for the Buckeyes at the Cincinnati nine yard line to buy two formation field waiting for shotgun snap at Dobbins to his right field will drop straight back to throw pocket closes his past it is. for a touchdown excellent leaping grab by hearing will said his first catch of the season and the first touchdown pass a big day for Justin field thirty what wealth room but even a better catch man contest at that time good coverage went up you mentioned the dancers to twelve cats one of high I got it in there now Russell. bear cat for the ball just well done. all believed to attempt the extra point. his fourth of the day. and is ten of this season without a mess one fifty three remaining in the half. and the Ohio State Buckeyes have taken a twenty eight nothing late OB Bryant was in coverage there and did a nice job had great coverage just couldn't see the football wind up the way you're supposed to install the receiver to one up for the ball and will be discussed record so. decent coverage. let's get on to Tony pike lever to does Ritter will return if they had picked up a post on the last time he was ready to go back in the game the medical staff will this give you want to get ahead of time to get it looked up further maybe get assault maybe try to see if there's any more damage does river feels good enough these past all the strength because down here so expect to see does rural what feels like yeah a must for drive here to finish the. right. total yards in the first half three thirty eight for Ohio state eighty nine for Cincinnati that was a eighty eight yard touchdown drive it took three minutes and thirty one seconds final play a nine yard touchdown pass on third down eight. Justin fields to Garrett Wilson. it took a little bit longer than the Buckeyes other scoring drive it's still very impressive Paul bill gets a little bit deeper this time talk when you're deep in the end so let's just out of touch back. since then the ball the twenty five yard line one fifty three left in the house Wilder cats need to muster some offense now in seriously needs a point this is mention the total yards and just really really impressive Ohio state's been able to get that much yardage. cannot afford to go three and out here the seven nothing Ohio state early in the second quarter when SAMCRO's I had a thirty two yard field goal attempt blocked that would have made the score seven three since then Ohio state's at the ball three times by eighty seven sixty one of eighty eight yards for a touchdown. for instance in bear cat there's been little back into the game the cats at around twenty five Ritter throws it toward the far sideline the catch is made and the. Alex here so pick up first downs yardage as he weaves its way out to the thirty nine yard line for a fourteen yard could actually what that is not as easy it catches it worked out this went down low but kept his balance and was able to get a feel pick up the first down cats pick up the tab for the one thirty nine left in the half trailing by four touchdowns rhetoric throws this one is caught by Josiah.
"paul bill" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"You there. With some entertainment. How's that deal for you? Yes. So the wind and the no just taking that away. It's bad bad. It's bad. But this is good. This is good. I two guests. This hour are the grand poobah of the new food scene at all eons field, the new soccer stadium right off ninety four and Saint Paul Bill van St. is the one of the executive chefs and Justin Sutherland is our own Minnesota guy and top chef superstar in both. Join us on the phone right now. Bill Justin, good morning. Morning. Ready to get hungry. Exactly. Bill all start. I'll start with you. All what is the number one priority? When you are kind of cure rating food for a stadium in two thousand nineteen I mean back in the old days, you know, when they would build stadiums in the eighties and the seventies. It was just like, okay. We got we've got your hot dog vendor. We've got your popcorn got your beer were done. It's a much. It's a much different thing. Now. Right bill. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. It's a big difference. I think the thing you think about I is the fans you gotta think fan forward, and you gotta say well who do we have coming in? And and how can we make them happy? And I think that we took some real some time to really think about who. Could we bring in in our neighborhood, you get people excited about coming to eat? Yes. I also love that. You guys are doing an international kind of flavor because when you think about soccer or football and everywhere else in the world, it's such a popular sport. So happy that it's here and the whole home openers and just a couple of days. So to be able to host the fans of other teams you have to add an international flavor. We need flavor in our food. Don't we guys? Lutely, absolutely. Oh boy. So how were you making those places as you look at the fans or as you look at the community coming interested in coming to the games. Well. Cover a lot of bases, right Jefferson. If you wanna talk a little bit about the partners. We've got that would be great. Yeah. No loved you. I think I think you nailed it there when you talk about the the international nature of soccer. And especially in the neighborhood that does new field is located. So you know, we really wanted to get some partners kind of told that story of Saint Paul off places like like audience in Brockton. It's going to be in there. And just really make me comfortable people. Come watch the games. They're gonna see some familiar faces and some food that they that they really enjoy Justin Sutherland and Bill de our guest talking about the new food at alliens field on. Yes. So it's April thirteenth is your opener. What is your timeline? Like, whenever you have something this big that you is an in Denver in endeavor. When you look ahead in your planning out. Do you have like a very strict schedule that what you're gonna do each day to get ready for something like this. Absolutely. You know, frankly, start, you know, of course, the planning cracker started month for months ago. Curator recipes testing things out, you know, a lot of times when you work with these absolutely fantastic family businesses such as like Lofa compos. These people that are coming in and talking with them about volume because a lot of times, it's a family owned restaurant standalone place, and you know, though, they might do a little bit of catering business to have twenty thousand fans come in and sit down and say, we're ready to eat. Yes, right down this long conversation to get ready. Yeah. Oh my gosh. Yeah. Definitely a big learning curve for me, which is awesome to work with Bill for so many years. I mean, you know, my my largest restaurant probably hundred people and Bill filthy twenty thousand people so. Recipes you know, is a very cool. Learn well, Justin and Bill. Thank you so much for the preview work cited. It's such a beautiful stadium of beautiful facility. I know my crew on the other show was down there yesterday getting a preview, and they and they loved everything they aid. So an early congratulations to both of you. Thank you. Bill van St. of the great Justin Sutherland. So there we go. I can't wait. I know my brother can't wait. He's huge Spurs fan related so. Yeah. Lives in dies by them. Oh, yeah. The phantom of soccer football fans. It's just gonna be electric. It's a beautiful facility. Delicious food there. I mean, of course. Well, it has changed. I mean, that's why I said question, it's you consumer tastes have changed. They want more than and look. There's nothing wrong with the burger and a delay. I mean, look I like a good hot dog. But we want more. Now that is almost other than I do love the twenties. It is one of the reasons we go to target field. So much is the it's it's now an experience. I mean, we it's a culinary experience in in target field that so many of those great moments in all eons field will be the same way. I mean little local little little pockets of local flavor and people want that now when they when they go to these big stadiums. And I think it's it's great for us the consumer so yeah, it's a destiny. You know, it's more than just going to a game. Now, it's a whole experience. People want more out of the eating experience. We have a little bit higher standards for what an experience just because there's so many choices of things to do out there. Your take the time to go to a game spend the money you wanna have a good eating experience as well. So they're going to do it. Eight eight ten is the time. I read the story that was just bad news for me lexin, dawn, very very. Oh my gosh. About the beer's. Oh my God. That was so funny. I died laughing. Oh, here's the headline that I sent to dawn and Alexis last night. Males with beards and long hair. Have the smallest testicles? Are we talking God? I didn't need the land. This. I loved what did the longer the primates? Right. Oh, yeah. Comes from Friday. Gosh. How are they measuring? This is it wait is it's recoveri-. They take a look at tailoring ruler. A tailoring. A mass is called crotch depth. Truly it's you measure from a notice from costuming class the bottom of your heel up to your crotch. It's called your crutch depth. Okay. Okay. So short the crotch steps the longer Jimmy. From the bottom of one of the berries. You're going to go up late floor up to the berries the bottom of the berries. Yes. Oh, I mean, you could have short legs. But that's a way maybe in less. I'm sorry. Let's go back to your suggestion to weigh them. No. It's called crotch. What is it called? For the record. I long crotch. Yep..
What Would 'Medicare for All' Really Mean?
"In the two thousand sixteen American. Presidential race Senator Bernie Sanders was the first candidate to float the idea of Medicare for all a massive expansion of the popular government funded health program to cover all Americans. Not just those sixty five years of age and older while healed by Sander's progressive supporters. The proposal failed to gain traction with mainstream democratic voters and was ridiculed as a wildly expensive. Even socialist idea by Republican critics the crowded field of twenty twenty democratic presidential hopefuls has now swelled to twelve official candidates, including Sanders and Medicare for all is now being embraced by a larger swath of politicians and voters alike. According to recent polls, fifty six percent of Americans including twenty three percent of Republicans. Now support the creation of some kind of national health plan and Sanders is no longer. The only congressperson trying to pass comprehensive Medicare for all legislation in February twenty nine. Eighteen Representative privilege. I Paul democrat in Washington state and progressive colleagues in the US house of representatives released their own Medicare for all act of two thousand nineteen which goes even farther than Sanders. Original 2017, Bill, not only what Degi Paul proposal do away entirely with private health insurance, and require absolutely no premiums or copays of any kind. It would significantly extend Medicare to cover comprehensive dental vision and long term care. John Paul wrote. In a statement our Bill cover, everyone, not just those who are fortunate enough to have employers sponsored insurance not just children, not just seniors. Not just those who are healthy. It's time to ensure that healthcare is a right and not a privilege guaranteed to every single person in our country. It is time for Medicare for all. Let's break down what that might entail. I some history. Medicare was created in nineteen sixty five as a safety net health insurance program for older Americans all Americans over sixty five years of age qualify for Medicare health coverage, regardless of pre existing conditions and Medicare covers a significant portion of the costs of doctor's office visits treatments and surgeries plus prescription medications, although Medicare recipients also pay annual premiums and out of pocket costs Medicare for all proposals. Like, John Paul's would make three money mental changes to the current Medicare system. I there would be absolutely no age limit every American from newborns to centenarians would be covered by these same government funded health insurance second private health insurance carriers would be barred from offering plans to compete with Medicare for all third. Patients would pay absolutely nothing. No premiums, deductibles co pays or co-insurance for all covered health care services, which under the Jaipur hall. Bill include just about everything under the sun, including expensive long term care insurance to cover nursing home stays. All of this potentially spells doom for the one point two twin dollar private health insurance industry. We spoke with one Karen polit's who studies healthcare reform and private health insurance for the Henry J Kaiser family foundation. A nonpartisan nonprofit group that analyzes major health care issues facing America and beyond. She jokes that Medicare for all would even put her out of business. All it said the Medicare for all proposals. That have been discussed are very comprehensive would cover everything you're used to having covered in private health insurance today, plus dental vision hearing long-term care nursing home care, you would get this red white and blue Medicare for all card show that when you go to the doctor and you'd get taken care of simple. Okay. So that's the basics of what Medicare for all could be what wouldn't it be Medicare for all is not socialized medicine like the United Kingdom's national health service under that system. The government is not only the sole insurer. But it also runs most of the medical clinics and hospitals. That's not the case under any of the proposed Medicare for all plans, which more closely resemble Canada's healthcare system, also called Medicare doctors and hospitals would remain private businesses. But all insurance coverage, and therefore all reimbursements paid to doctors and hospitals would be provided through Medicare. Canada's healthcare system, by the way, doesn't cover vision dental prescription drugs or long-term care. Those are covered by private insurance. A which brings us to an important question. The important question who would be paying for all this? Medicare for all is also what's known as a single payer healthcare system, technically these single payer will be the federal government. But where will the government get its money? New Texas, of course, not only income taxes, but also payroll taxes corporate taxes, excise taxes et cetera. In two thousand seventeen Medicare alone cost American taxpayers five hundred ninety seven billion dollars. Or nearly fifteen percent of the entire four trillion. Dollar federal budget. The projected cost of Sanders 2017 Medicare for all Bill which did not include expensive add on's like long term care is thirty two trillion dollars over ten years. So although it's important to note, the costs could even out over the long term in the short term. That's about six times what Medicare currently costs us per year. As poets said, quote, that's a lot of money right now. The federal government and states together are paying almost half of the nation's health care Bill. But if we stop paying premiums and deductibles and copays, there would have to be a new way to raise revenue when Americans learned that the switch to Medicare for all would almost certainly mean higher income taxes support for the national healthcare concept drops by twenty three percent. But while the exorbitant cost of Medicare for all is favorite talking point of its critics. The numbers are deceiving. Americans will certainly pay more in taxes under such a plan, but they will pay absolutely nothing in premiums and other out of pocket healthcare costs Pollet said American households and the government combined are currently spending three point five trillion dollars a year on health care more than any other country on the planet when you multiply that out by ten years. It's thirty five trillion dollars greater than the cost of Sanders Medicare for all proposal by a full three trillion. So switch to a single payer system. Could actually save money overall. But money aside would Medicare for all mean worse health care. There's no doubt that a massive overhaul of the US healthcare system like Medicare for all would be hugely disruptive. Most private insurers would go out of business. Pharmaceutical companies would lose profits as drug prices were capped and since Medicare typically reimburses doctors and hospitals at lower rates than private insurers. There would be wins and losses for private medical practices. That said there's no indication that switching to a Medicare for all system would result in fewer covered. Treatments giant Paul's proposal promises. The opposite. A neither should the new insurance concept result in long ways for life saving procedures and medications Pollet said we don't currently have that in Medicare. You don't see senior citizens queuing up for doctors appointments in prescriptions. It's all quick and easy. The key question is what will those payment rates be for doctors and hospitals. 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"paul bill" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Now, of course, this has to come out of Florida because Florida is the magic state of which. That stuff crazy comes out of is very careful about that. Because technically, you know. Well, no, no. I can't say that you can't. There are certain things you can say referencing certain words that you would think you can. But you can. Never mind that's a whole long story on hotel. So anyway, this woman is nuts. Her name is Shannon, Yvette Wilson. And she was arrested in line at a Dollar General store in dania Beach, Florida, and she pulled out a knife on a customer who had commented on her flatulence. I mean right there in the store. There you go am assuming it was fairly loud too. So there was an embarrassing nothing on the story does not talk about the odor. At all only talks about the the loudness of it. And so another customer John Walker commented on it. Saying. Good one, or that's a nice ripper or even better. Which is what my kids do at home. And that is they take out a a piece of paper. And then write on it a number nine point eight nine point seven, and then hold it up. And then move it back and forth. So everybody can see what the number is out of ten. So maybe he did that. And so she got a little upset. So she pulls out a knife and threatens to got him, and the argument escalated, and at that point after he said, hey, you know, good ripper and did it loudly and embarrassed her and so at some point she takes out a out lock back knife, and swimming is a switchblade and said that she was going to get him. So he pulled back, and he ran the hell out of there and the police found her because she ran two and fellow shoppers said, yeah, that's the wine and man, this did she rip one out. That's that's what all the witnesses said. It was very impressive. I'm not talking about the knife. Either. Okay. That a great story. And there's that there is Lord for you other crazy stuff comes out of Florida. You can't without Florida this show would not be doing very well. All right. Let's go ahead and go forward. Hey, richard. We'll start with you. Hello, Richard Europe. Welcome to handle on the law. Bill two things one am I entitled to my happened? My wife's inheritance. Okay. No, you're not. So she can have all I can't claim any of it. That's correct. You get nothing. Congratulations. Okay. Paul. Hello, Paul Bill. Thanks for taking my call. Sure. Two quick question. One is the power of attorney my the person who holds the power attorney has passed away. So what's it? The person who holds the power of attorney passed away. Yes. Did they get that? Right. Okay. Well, there's no longer a person to hold the power of attorney. It just disappears. So my question about conservative ship does that override attorney. Yes. Conservative ship. Always overrides a power of attorney conservative. Yeah. Absolutely. A power of attorney is I it's it's less powerful. If you will conservative ship, you go in front of the court and the court has a determine whether it is a legitimate power of attorney because now you're controlling everything about the person as if. That person has no ability to make any decisions whatsoever. Power of attorneys are limited. I can be of the estate it can be of the person self medical decisions legal decisions and conservatives ships normally are just the the person who was a conservator controls everything. So always power of attorneys are subservient to his service. Yeah. When someone has is dead dead. You can't have a power of attorney. You can't exercise a power of attorney Tina. Hi, Tina, welcome to handle on the law. Yes, ma'am. Concern. Oh, okay. This line is horrible. Tina? Can you can you go into another location? That's better. Okay. Hold on hold on L gate, Tina Tina, we have to go back. We have to go back to the beginning. He no this is not working. We have to go back to the beginning. Okay. Let's go to. Hi, Tina, welcome to handle on the law. What can I do for you? Hi, yes. I'm sure you help so many people I'm trying to help with this. I hope not. I have a case. Yes. Company. Eviction tasteful and in the pal and say, they're going to do jury trial. I ever doing the court date. My vision company called me the day before say, oh, we just found out you have coordinate tomorrow. And you need to pay two thousand dollars for me to do the paper Jones. I say no enough pace. We I didn't tell the attorney I might drop the pace. And she said, okay, you have Corday I refuse to pay. Kennedy not showed up so judge Glenda. Yes. Also, I got that the judgment. My attorney coffee say a, hey. Have pain on January thirty first. So we have to go to this one hundred forty five you have to pay. I say what why are you always call me like around after three? Yeah. Talk about just before the lawyers calling you just before and asking you to pay correct? Yes. Okay. That's not first of all you should pay for extra work from the lawyer unless the retainer agreement is a flat fee right through trial, which almost no retainer does that. So if you look at your retainer agreement, there's probably a fee for just a simple notice. And then there is a simple court. And if the the tenant does show up doesn't show up usually there's another fee, and then I certainly if there's appeals which happen in this case that would be some additional money, but the lawyer sh- informing you just before and you don't pay. Well, what ends up happening is you can walk into court and say my lawyer just build out on me and yesterday, he said cough up the money you or I'm not showing up. The judge will probably continue the case. Pending you getting another lawyer, and then you start going after your wire complaint complained to the state bar for extortion for whatever. Now, he's going to say that's a normal price. I charge your and. I would pay it. I'll tell you why. Because chances are the retainer says, you're a pay it. And if you have the money, okay? So the guy's a jerk, but he's going to do the work. Why don't you want to pay by the way for all this extra work? Why why would you not want to pay? Okay. First of all because I really beginning. I say Tennessee going to jury trial. Then I will not do the taste. She said, the my attorney said don't worry, we will try to now we're getting complicated. So you you said if we go to jury trial, I won't do the case. I would drop the taste. All right. So why don't you drop the case? Then why don't you just drop by drop it? That's all. Okay. So we have the day. We went Kennedy my showed up. Okay. So you still okay. So then you don't need them. Do you? Then you're gonna then you're going to get the invention. But way to say you got the I'm a little confused you got the addiction. And now they filed an ex parte emotion afterwards. But you said you drop the case. No, I d my drop to pay. But you said you would drop the case if you ask for a jury trial. Okay. This is too complicated. Sorry about that. That's one of those things where.
"paul bill" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"This band. This Apache Tomcat. Henry thank you. Dr Ron Turner has been a frequent contributor on our program having to do with. Well, having to do with things relative to climate change in. We welcome back to toner on the show here to talk with us about climate change. And and the ins and the outs and all of that stuff. Dr Turner, always great to talk with you. How are you? And I understand that you are in Minneapolis Saint Paul right now. St Paul Bill have been lower town. Saint Paul's your old stomping grounds now you are out on the street right now and your but to remove your shirt, tell me about this Bill. There has been as you bet you'd cub and Terry the local dues it Los Angeles about a California is not being able to deal with the midwest weather that big a deal with thirty below. Whether it is today say Paul Minnesota, and I it is just absurd while I do Cup from California, you do to you've mentioned you lived in Minnesota, I live here over the years. I used to teach at university of Minnesota back in the nineteen eighties. So I don't from where I bugged coming from where where did you live in those days right over there? The park. What's the name of that park there near the the Walker said that caused the culture center, okay and lived there while I was teach. Ching. It I moved around a little bit without the wise Etta for wild. But you know, I've certainly had by fair share winters that as you mentioned. What winter were you hear Phil? I was in Minnesota Minneapolis ninety three ninety four that was one of the worst winters. They've had it Betty a year. And so when I heard that they do today, California was it if you're a California, you can't put up with that kind of weather, but that that arc Bago. What are you talking about? They're like, well, you know, if you're a coastal California, and you just can't you can't hack that stuff. You know, there's a difference between being able to hack something I think..
"paul bill" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Call a Yokich yoga Chaz it in the front court joker. Throws it on the left side over Tory. Craig jumpers on the way that one's no good. Rebound comes down to Jichao outlet pass over to Chetty Osman. Osman brings it back out to the top. He's inside the arc. Now. He has a little space those left side of the corner to Clarkson for three jumpers up in. And back. The other way comes Denver Mason Plumlee set to check in at the next whistle for Denver Channing Frye. Gonna come in for Cleveland down in the paint is Jamal Murray. He'll take a fifteen footer jumpers. No good. Rebound comes down to Jordan, Clarkson Clarkson, has it up the left side. He throws it over to Oscar Osman, skipped past a Sexton. Head fake on the three runs into Yokich backs him up and takes triple that. One's short rebound tapped and grab by the week. Beasley in the front court is the colour Yokich Beazley's quickly across the timeline. Throws it to choker at the elbow being guarded by Jordan Clarkson, that is a mismatch. They double team Yokich has a skip pass over to Beasley had fake on the three gets down the lane leans in. Layup is up in in there. In the league at ninety five to sixty six twenty nine point lead Sexton, hands it off the awesome. He'll take a contested three early in the clock. That one missed a narrow it is triple double for Nicola Yokich his six of the season jokers. Got it nineteen ten and twelve. And many had Paul Bill sap streaking down the other way through it was deflected out about twenty second career triple double by Nicola Yokich. Dan, Mason Plumlee comes into the game with Wilburton, Gary Harris. And Denver basketball underneath which Maria. Murray looks in. Throws it. Over the Plumlee in the paint. Plumlee throws back behind him over to Yokich. You'll try it three. Off the back of the room. And no good rebound tipped around. It goes out of bounds. Last touch by Cleveland. Denver basketball with a fresh shock lot. I would imagine that Jamal marina Kolio catch. Those guys are are not going to be playing too much long. And they shouldn't be honestly, this has been a crazy stretch for Denver. A lot of games in a few days. They they need to be resting right now. And we'll get that after this game. Yeah. I assume.
"paul bill" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Do you use a car covers at too much work? Do you put the wipers out you stick them on only some people do this? They. Blink the wipers out from the car, so they're not making contact windshield. So they don't get frozen to the windshield. And hints for minimizing. What is definitely going to be happening at some point. Cleaning off big snow. It's twelve twelve that gives us plenty of time to talk to I Paul Bill record Hypo. Oh. Hello, paul. What's going on? How are things in Bill? Ricca? What do you think? You know, you mentioned tell Washington. Yes. I think he's the best that, you know, deniro's great believe it or not I leave mock Waldberg degrade after do he just he does. It's kind of be Mark Wahlberg. Yeah. But you know, the movie two thousand seven miss Judah. Excellent movie. What do you like better? Mark Wahlberg movies are the born born series with that mall birth. A Jason Bourne spine Damon's equate to both, you know. Good will hunting wherever they came from. But. But as far as well. Yeah. He's made a hundred movies, right? My neighbor is deja vu. Can you remind me about that one? Okay. Well, visit navy celebration. And the terrorist is on the boat. John, Kosovo, whatever's thing and. It it just it's deja vu. Okay. You'd have to see fair enough. Don't do you like better Matt Damon or Ben Affleck? Okay. Yeah. I like, what's his name Kimball? It's always razz on. I don't know that I don't know that. So do you have any answers for my questions about automobiles you like the heated seats are they worth it? How do you do you do anything to minimize the work of getting snow off in the morning? Know, I just put up with it. You know, got the scrapers got the uh the price the whole thing. You know, I fair enough. And warm your car up on a cold morning or just go. No. But I'll tell you funny story. No. Meaning what meaning you do not warm it up. No, all right. Now story, okay. I worked in the Wang tau was such enroll. Okay. And I worked for the IRS time. Of all things and. Around the shiftless, nee d- and general toy. Itself employees would go to the window, and they clicked it quicker. I finally asked one of the girls, just what's not. I'm starting. My cat. All right. Thank you very much. I do appreciate that. We do have to move along. And after this. We'll talk to Harry in Boston on WBZ. Jay.
"paul bill" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Still still trump is five brahma pure black whirlwind he is the but never claimed pbs ups famine back because of bush the interesting people like paul bill with the bottle reveal then the no longer be five palm that did think we're not the one.