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"paula good" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Congressman is great to hear from you, sir. I wish you all the best in your future endeavors. Let's check in with Paula. Paula's got thoughts in terms of educating the public on this issue, Paula Good afternoon. Welcome to the conversation. Thank you for holding on Thank you. It's a pleasure to go ahead and follow. He, uh, non mandatory, um, masking and so what I'm seeing and what I'm understanding and I and I and I see that the district are Are taking full control of their schools. And recently the San Diego issue regarding the vaccination of students who were trying to vaccinate students or without parental consent recently and so that, you know, drew up uproar. Um, and then it referred also, uh, that attorney That lawyer that was involved with that was referring the mask issue and how that ridiculous masses you had gone. It is going on here, especially in California. So what we're seeing is that these school districts are taking things into their own hands, taking matters and are not even convince, considering parents views or rights. Parental rights is thrown out the window. But in regards to the data, you made an important point that it's important it if we're going to be looking at the science of things, let's go ahead and collect that data from these school districts and schools that now you know, now the schools are open and in their partially open and most district details. We're here, so let's go ahead and look at that dead and see what that's it. Yeah, you know, And then we can make some real good, valid, logical decision making with regards to governmental policies and whatnot on the local and state level, But that's not happening here in California. And, um It's unfortunate and But which which probably more important here. Is that the rights of the individuals are constitutional liberties to go ahead and breathe as we want in to take the orders into our own hands. If we want to mask or not, no Honestly, I think the the ability early on when all this came out, and this was such a such a new experience, the novel coronavirus. Nobody had lived through this before s O. I think they're the ability to receive information from medical counsel as to how people should best Protect them from themselves from this and protect their families from it and identify who the vulnerable are and make sure that they're explicitly protected makes.
"paula good" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Mornings and frequent updates. All afternoon on news radio 1200 W away. I Just ahead of headlines, Traffic and weather together. Looks like it might cool down a little bit later on this week. We welcome in news for San Antonio meteorologist Greg Paula. Good morning, Greg. Thank you and good morning for today, not nearly as hot as what we saw for Sunday. We'll see temperatures into the lower nineties with mostly sunny skies by the afternoon. The clowns will decrease this morning with a weak cold front, moving on through the area for tonight, mostly clear skies. We'll see lows into the lower and middle 60. So a better overnight period and then for Tuesday, mostly sunny highs near 90. It looks like Wednesday. We'll see the hottest day We'll see highs into lower and middle nineties by Thursday highs near 90 degrees Cold Front moves through Thursday evening, and that'll really cool things down here on Friday. Friday's highs on Lee into the middle seventies, maybe even some lower seventies across the hill country. Slight chance for a shower, but that'll be basically true. Well off towards the south and east of San Antonio for Saturday highs back near 80 degrees and by Sunday, lower eighties and mostly sunny, a very dry forecast in store. I'm news four meteorologist Greg Polic. Thanks Greg 73 degrees Charity. What's going on? Well, today is indigenous Peoples Day in San Antonio to mark the occasion. Activists are said to stage a downtown march this afternoon and support of human rights and indigenous dignity. It'll begin a Columbus Park or a statue of explorer Christopher Columbus no longer stands. After being removed earlier this year by the city. The march gets underway at two PM the White House in Congress have restarted last ditch talks toward another Corona virus relieved deal. This comes after President Trump demanded that Congress sent him a stand alone bill for a second round of stimulus.
"paula good" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Away now let's check in with ten news weather caster Vanessa Paula's good morning everyone and happy Monday to you we're gonna start off with another marine layer today it's going to be a little more shallow than in the past few days and it's going to lead to a partly cloudy start start regardless we're going to have gorgeous conditions across any county at lower to mid to seventies across the coast lower eighties inland with any as much darker forecast ten minutes apart for ABC ten news right now it's sixty five degrees in downtown San Diego it is sixty four right around Miramar sixty three it's correct the whole idea covered years time seven oh one the San Diego county is reporting three hundred ten new cases of corona virus so the total number of cases during the pandemic is now ten thousand seven hundred ninety four in the county that was the largest single day increase in cases since the pandemic began there were no dude new deaths reported Sunday the county wide death toll remains at three hundred thirty eight there's also a downward trend in corona virus cases allowing some Mexican residents to begin going back to work Tijuana is ready to allow nonessential employees to return to work at museums malls and churches in the foreseeable future those businesses will soon be able to open at twenty five percent capacity about two hundred Tijuana restaurants were allowed to open last weekend at thirty percent capacity Tijuana has had more covert nineteen deaths than any other city in Mexico and a mortality rate more than half the national average with only five new cases from Tuesday to Wednesday last week the city says that's a sign it's finally emerging from the pandemic Dan Noone cocoa news meantime in the U. S. minority communities here in San Diego are being hit much harder by the shut down this is really one of the double crises it started out as the health crisis with the pandemic and that was followed up by an economic crisis when we close down the economy to essentially keep people from getting sick and what we.
"paula good" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Too big tall and tonight's headlines story of the deadly gimmick of the squeaking right sh this is a strange story about true and Paula good right one of bush's little criminal with a water fountain humor the other a toy mouse with a squeaker in its rubber high such as the background of the story that began as Lorelai Kilburn ushered an unexpected visitor into Steve Wilson's office at the illustrated press he could you spare a moment always for you online my lovely women not even you have a good evening with a Lawler thanks given lowers well we're honored save the wise cracks when editorials and I want to talk to you lines around thanks may we quote you are is this off the record like most of your financial activities well that depends but I'm not talking in front of witnesses send your girl Friday reporter out to buy a hat all right go buy a headline on the illustrated press expense account that ends on this alone Hey Hey good good I will all right well what's on your mind this is sick what about that the at speaker phone on your desk it's switched off what the hidden microphone would have been a good idea especially right now when you were coming in that's why I made the surprise all right what's on your mind plenty I do like our editorials and feature articles on your mysterious financial activities and become I don't see good you're causing me plenty of trouble vine the White Sea to publish it is sometimes him against the radicals of the record now look here Wilson I simply loan money if it is used to finance records I'm not criminally responsible yes we made that quite plain was killed in a series of articles you have no cause for a new lawsuit on the grounds of libel or slander if I had you heard from my lawyer not for me yes I know so why this person visit what's on your mind I want you in your newspaper the lay off me and my activities quick write me up forget me most legitimate businessmen would pay plenty to get the amount of publicity we've been giving up share but I'll pay plenty of delay off what's the matter a lot learn your filthy finance getting too hot for your shady clients the book a slot machine operators in numbers bankers are they right to do business with you because it puts them in the same spot light of publicity on him yes now I'm here to make you a proposition I had met now I know there's no use offering you dull thanks for the compliment you're welcome but the lay off me and my activities and I'll feed you one of the apps on the wreckage defer your front page with this group every day of the week why use cleaning rat in your racket.
"paula good" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"All right back to the phones we go and let's say hi to Paula in Atlanta east of the Rockies Paula good morning welcome to coast Richard my hunch is that Stanley Kubrick in his last movie eyes wide shut was pointing her at that school that had been converted into a fax mansion by Jeffrey at dean in New York City easing there are some bread crumbs in that movie that point abstain I think there is a lot that was butchered out of that movie when Hooper died mysteriously and suddenly but I think that that what what this big scandal I think that I have a hunch that that was part of what he was trying to say why I can't remember what year that movie came out that that might predate F. Steen but if not abstain someone else Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise were in it right right it's not ancient no it's not ancient but it's got to be what twenty years he was an operation for a long long time right right well if not have seen someone else I think there are a lot of it seems floating around that's the sad truth and I'm not going to go into that too much but I just want want to be on coast to coast that I also have a hunch about the movie Rosemary's baby which I think is also a Kubrick movie am I right know that Sam Roman Polanski even better because I believe that Rosemary's baby represents a lot of real people yes it's it's gonna turn out to be or shopping and even that and the new movie once upon a time in Hollywood but true in this case is even more horrible than the fiction all right Paul thank you for that let's say hi to Mike on the wildcard line he's in Connecticut Hey Mike good morning good morning Richard first they will speak to you hi welcome aboard same to you what's the actual cut off date when you can no longer say happy new year is it like June fifteenth but are they all right we've been lucky with the weather down here than in the forties and they say the next two weeks into the forty no snow no ice Shiloh I love it I love it I was sitting down the other day thinking about all the movies that have been made about UFOs anyway fees in your cells and so forth and then trying to tell us some some gonna happen if you may I wrote down a list of about twenty to thirty movies I can't remember mall right now because I'm at work but I think a lot of people will not be surprised when there's like disclosure when you think Hollywood is preparing us for disclosure I think they have been for a long time not since the original first original movie the day the earth stood still with Michael right but that's the problem is they keep changing the narrative because they'll come out okay so Spielberg will come out with ET extraterrestrials they're friendly they're here to help us and then you'll come out with war the world's so which is it I think it I don't remember it I think they've got a lot of more dancing and got nothing to well but again how are they trying to help us the end of your intervention with nuclear weapons well I know we have reports that they they shut down some nukes in silos and was at the minute may not Air Force base in I'm not the airforce base but in North Dakota my question is okay where were they in nineteen forty five in August when the two hydrogen bombs were dropped in Japan they were notable nowhere to be found yeah I do think they would've made a move by now if they were trying to herd but they have many movies where the world's I just mentioned no I mean I mean in reality we hello that's just my opinion and I'm I'm glad to have.
"paula good" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Thirty four zero seven. In the morning here. WBZ check that for eight straight up here on WBZ. Now, I'm gonna start with Paula. If you are the one that takes paula's vacated line Andrew that will be the last person to play the game. Because they have full lines. And Paula is here. Hello paula. Good morning. What's your magazine? Call ebony. I'm writing that down. We had jet earlier. Now, we have ebony to magazines very popular fifties. Sixties seventies in black communities across America, and those magazines popularity has kind of dwindled over the years, but it's still a viable way to get stories and messages out to those who live in the inner cities. Okay. All right. Mary Christopher happy. I wanna wish you the same thing you and your family. Thank you. Good night. Go wherever it takes that line. We'll be the last person play the game. Fred in Maldon hullo. Fred. Morgan a merry Christmas. Very Christmas to you. Go with the radio industry's magazine. Talkers hawkers all right rear at that. You're qualified. All right Morgan. Take care you too merry Christmas by by every Christmas again. Lavelle? Hello merry Christmas to you. What is wrong with your phone line? Lebel? Nothing as far as I know the bell do me a favor call back here because that noise is just too too distracting. And there wasn't a leash on. I don't know if she got disconnected or I double the.
"paula good" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"And you can write it on the pollen on your dash in case, you're driving and give us a call them later on. Tell you mine today. I'm somewhat disappointed. This big briefs that came through most of my trees have dropped all their leaves and in my front yard, which has the poorest soil. I was so excited because all the leaves it spread themselves out pretty evenly, and it was beautiful. I had this big yellow carpet. Right. Neighbors have them. Now. Unfortunately, because I was going to go out there and run over 'em with my mulching mower. So that I could break them down, but leave them in place. So they would help build up my soil. Well, the wind is moved them all away from me. So now, I'm going to have to go rake some from a different location grind them up and then spread them. So just means more work, but the the disappointment from the yeah, the wind the wind got to him before I could I really wanted to get those broken down in my soil because there is nothing better to improve your soil than leaf mulch. So what do you think about this naming of snowstorms the north shore will be coming into the northeast and it hasn't name like the hurricanes did and that is individual stations kind of doing that? It's actually an individual network doing we've mentioned that with Bill before. And. My my daughter is a meteorologist in the air force say, and they they find it amusing it is not a standard practice in meteorology to do this. It is a commercial thing for that particular always because a long time ago, they called the wind. Mariah. So you can see there were already naming things. A couple more like that know us along the way here Paula good morning. Welcome to kill BJ. Oh, hi. A question. I got in the car. And now we're talking about what was a good friend plant. The the pass along what variety of ginger? Ginger, right. Okay. So the guy was calling in about a ginger plant. Yes. Yes. Okay. We're doing we're trying to do a better job of naming them once again, and I think we're kind of moving that direction. But you're absolutely right from one place to the other there, is that gap that you might not hear it. And I'm glad you called back. Yeah. Impala ginger as in the plant, not as the hair color, right? And I grew up. My dad had a five hundred square foot nurse. Hothouse in backyard. So he always taught me to be friends with people with plants in case. Yours down is you can go get another one. Yup. And so if people don't have plants was the alternative befriends with him to of course. Did your dad grow something special in that five hundred square foot greenhouse? Ferns and they were gigantic and he sold them to restaurants as a hobby hobby, Goldens like mamas and mama's cafe some other restaurant. There was mother's. No. The what? Mothers cafe. Mama's cafe and then capping and this is San Antonio San Antonio, new the, okay? And he always taught us we started propagating when we were little kids. You know? My sister found out of the Goan yet in the street, and she was so upset about it. Put it in a little starter. You know, mix and grew LARs debt Begonia. No dead flowers. I've I've become I've been pincher all my life. So I like. I won't tell you where I pinch because I might get arrested. Wait a minute. Stop right here. Is it a garden center? No, okay. When I started taking pinches Jedi garden center in San Antonio, called Phoenix I worked near there, and as a grower in the big anthem operation, and during lunch, I'd go over to faction if nobody was looking at heavily here and there, and then take it back and propagate it now I just opened the door for everybody to come by my garden center and take a leaf, oh, well, you know, I'll live met. Okay. Thanks do sorta wind up on the garden center, and I saw rescued them. A great. That's a much better. That's socially active there. And yes, you're you're not you're not taking your rescuing. Okay. Sorry about that. But you're absolutely right. I take it back, and I'm going to call Phoenix and pay him. But I learned that way. Not now, here's something about that. I learned how to propagate true how to stick at least partially into the soil and put the Mr. system on it. And whether it's an African violet or begun yet and many other plants they root very easily that way. So Mr. panic actually mystery panic has passed away, but his two boys are there, and I will go she them as soon as possible Glenn. Good morning. Welcome to kill BJ. Morning morning. Sure. I had a quick question about bluebonnets. Yes. So I I waited for some bluebonnets on my land to go to St. you did not pick up. And I was wondering I think I'm thinking right about now is the time to plan them. Yes. You're going to run late. If you don't this is the other side of the time to plant them. They're out there in the summertime and as the ball gets you around here, if we get some good rains there already growing and have some nightside's on them. So it is important to get him out there as soon as possible. Okay. So when I put them in when I put him in. I was talking to my mom about this. She was saying that she has a hard time getting them. Sometimes they come up into start. Is there any tips on on? Maybe I will need to do tonight. Scrape the ground throw them down, and they'll the ground and have good she'd soil contract, you don't need to scratch him or do anything like that to him. There are some products that could be used on them. But you know, if you look around, Texas, they're not used anywhere. And so along the roadsides though, where there is granite granite seems to really help them germinate the areas in my landscape that have granted on them the bluebonnets do very well there. But the fall is the best time if you look at the cycle of them blooming, and then setting she'd watching this year, you were harvesting some yourself. They're throwing them out everywhere at that point. That's when you put them on the ground. Okay. Perfect. That sounds great. John Edward it. Yeah. Glen, the only thing I could suggest is after you sprinkle them where you want them to be go walk on them. You don't have to grind your feet or anything. But the pressure of your foot will really make sure that they have that good solid seed soil contact and just helps with their germination. Okay. I mean, does it have to be just bare ground or can there be other plants, and well, they have to touch soil other fine. It's the it's the soil contact, right? Okay. All right. Yeah. I'll make that happen. No problem. I appreciate the help. Okay, sir. Thank you very much for your call. I think I would MO and Drake right now the grasses after these arrange grown up quite a bit in German nation may be inhibited a little bit. Yeah. That's part of the problem because that's the could land on a leaf get the moisture it needs in Germany, but on that leaf. It's not going to be able to set that route to get started. So wind up dying on there. So that bare ground this is one of those times where the F. To rake it or something will benefit you. This is the biggest crop of bluebonnets I've ever seen on my property. They're everywhere. I almost don't want to walk across the back areas. Because there you're just crushing them. I've never seen a bigger crop. Oh. Germany the same year. Usually, it's sporadic germinating over the years. This is the year that they all started blooming, and it's a fantastic site. Just to see the platelets, and they did start growing earlier before Christmas time almost add Halloween, even before that really with those rains, they germinated and began to grow very very nicely. So once you get them going don't touch them anymore. They will take themselves. Right. It's a good time to play puppies. All show, the puppies of the different types could be put out there. They would be out of a little bit earlier I'll show, but. It's not too late to put some poppies out there. They will do very well also good she'd soil contract, and they're going to bring you a beautiful flower show. We always have one at ours garden center, and it is a fantastic show. Poppies? It's ten thirty. We will be right back. Radio KLBJ. I'm Robert Wood topping Austin.
"paula good" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"You were. We talked to him from Hawaii where might as well stay out there and the in the Pacific and move over to Guam Paula good afternoon. How're well. We're good morning. I should say. Yes. It is. How are you call? I'm well great to hear from you again. Well, yeah, I I was watching college football awards yesterday. And I noticed that too got two of the awards, but then collar got at quarterback award, and I took notes and dump down. Can't I'm the now. Yeah. You know? I saw the reason for that is that I think different groups of people vote for the various awards because there's no way at the same people were voting that would have happened. Yeah. Yeah. So I thought that was kind of curious, but then I'm also looking forward to the play off to the bowl games. And I was watched the was it the twenty four pains Sugar Bowl. That was Bamut and Oklahoma. Yeah. That was a twenty thirteen ten season. But that was it. It wasn't twenty fourteen. You are correct. Yeah. So I'm, you know, I'm I'm just kind of waxing nostalgic about that. No. That was none of that. May not be a great game to watch. If you're an Alabama fan that was a pretty rough ending. No, it's probably not. But you know, the first time I called you. I told you I was born and raised a razorback by the grace of God. I graduated Texas AM. And so I was kind of. Wets in style. Because I lived a couple of years in Oklahoma City. So Oklahoma is my team outside as well. That's why you wanted to watch. Choose me. Yeah. So what? For to the bowl season. Well, it is about a week away. Some of the early bowls are. Debatable. But eventually we'll get into the better ones. Yeah. Well, it's good to talk to you. And thank you for taking my call and happy holidays all think you always great to hear from you in the early morning hours in Guam. That's pretty good pretty pretty good combination. There you got. Hawaii in Guam two different days occurring right now in in that phone call Hugh freeze will join us in a little bit. We are efforting to track him down. It's been a busy day for him. Of course. Jonathan is up next Johnson. Good afternoon. You Paul very well. Right. We're talking at work. That Green Bay Packers had fired. Our coach kids Damon now my Madonna's Mike McCarthy rat, and so there's going to go up to the whole who who said this Johnson, a co worker, okay?.
"paula good" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Deny. What? What's happening? What is happening? Tom. Look, we just have to talk. Okay. I'm not gonna do this on the radio. Whatever I'm on right now. It's not happening on your phone. I saw it. So DNA is is the woman that you're seeing. No, we we don't even get into that. And but you know, but. Wait, wait, wait, who's Taylor? Why do you have two Instagram accounts? I don't I don't I don't know. The guy who works in the office. I don't know a Taylor. Okay. You're going out there in two days adapted that what's happening. You're having an affair. Look, we just have to have a conversation. United. Doc. Back into that right now. All right. But we gotta talk. Okay. You just this DNA and said just two more days with hard emoji. So it's clear that you're cheating on your wife. So just tell her what's going on. I don't want to talk about this on here. Chance to come clean. All right. Well, Paul who is Taylor. I can't. Tom. Are you having an affair? I told you five times already I'm not getting into this on here. All right. Well, then Paulo we'll let you and Tom go. But clearly he's seeing another woman and her name is DNA. At least we know that. Good luck. So sorry Paula. Good luck. Bye. So whose tastes Taylor guy? She thought that Taylor was a girl. Yeah. But then he said Taylor Somme works. But I can't believe I don't believe anything. He's saying and DNA two more days heart emoji. Why else could it be no.
"paula good" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Speaking of Buckeye nation. John is in Columbus, Ohio. How are you? John. I'm doing good Paul. Thanks for having me on. I'm so happy that the college football seasons about the kickback on watching the last year from the beginning to the end. And you know the bowl games included? Yeah. The SEC might have won the two bowl games mattered. But do you agree that probably the worst league in college football last year, the SEC. They got two teams in in the best. Big ten was the best by far and then get one team in. Here's what I think Arbor tumbled, Alabama when they was healthy pump Woodham you seeing what UCF did the Arbor. My thing is, let's just get this ever with. I'll say, we put the to Ohio State Penn State, Wisconsin. The two two comes out of their against Arbor, Alabama, Georgia. The two comes out of there, put them in the final four. And let's see what's happened because I'm telling you right now, Georgia or Alabama couldn't have beat them three teams in the big ten last year. You can say what you want. What do you think about that? Paul, thanks for the call John. I think that much of what you had to say. Let's go to. Tiny up next tiny, welcome to the show. Hey. Yeah. Honored. Wait, you book our so you too. A couple of years, three years I went over to you if he doesn't like to see to it, you know, I know you not have to be, but you see the numbers that between Tyson and totally what they put up over the weekend and respect high school games over nine hundred yards. And I think nine touchdowns between I see. I know I saw some of the here. Trust will game. He, I'm Paula. Good. Oh, man, they certainly did I tell you what hope I'm anyway? Oh, gotta solution or you're not about to miss between genome in squirrel. Let's go ahead and eliminate gifts to talk from Rio plus hall. I know that the I guess you realize that we will be starting a truth, freshman at cornerback disown admitting that four weeks and raining game, you know, sort pain is going to start in there for four weeks that I'll amendment and and this stuff right there about thirteen and and and I'm not trying to pile on here. But how difficult is that going to be for LSU to to deal with when he came from down there and everyone thought he was going to LSU well, say, I don't know, you know, but anyway, but, but he's but he's. Going to be amazing. He's going to be amazing. Well, but he is going to be running on instinct basically and play mostly man, man because I don't think he he's learned the cut dissolve. I don't see how you learn all covered this in just two weeks time. I mean, full week times. Let me ask you, I practice, but you think you think saving. Feels comfortable. He got to because right now you know, he got the green, got a complete green secondary turn to tell you. It's a great point. You bring up. We, we unfortunately have to go to a break. We'll we'll, we'll deal with that a little bit more as the week goes on thirty minutes ago. As we continue Dave matter on what's happening at Missouri. They never had a quarterback debate if you're one of the best quarterbacks in the country..
"paula good" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Yourself projects this is the fix it show with Mr. fix it. Tom, Faiza on WTMJ Milwaukee continues to. Mourn the death of a police officer Mark secrets checks. In with the Milwaukee police department chaplain to discuss his important role during that difficult time that's tomorrow nine fifty one right here on Wisconsin's weekend morning. News sixty three degrees I today's going to be seventy seven seven seventeen months, Danny Clayton Tom Faiza is here and we heading. To Menominee falls on the fix it show hey Paula Good, morning We have some phony, foundation problems and we've had a couple interviews with companies It's getting a little overwhelming Sorting. Through what each are proposing one wall is just under two inches ones around. One and a half inches the other two are like three eighths of an inch Haina. Hovering. At a half inch okay What we're basically interested in it's a huge investment we don't want to shortchange. Ourselves and not do a good job what we're interested in is your thoughts. And opinions some are talking the one while we do realize happy has to be dug. Out You're talking about the braces Talking about digging out. Partial big outs and waterproofing some aren't talking about. Getting out and doing waterproofing we haven't had interview or estimates yet from another company that does something very different with and you probably know what I'm talking about the they have like police on the outside. And like pulled the, wall so like, I said we're kinda overwhelmed we'd sure like. Your opinion and your thoughts And what you think this topic well I think the best thing to do because we're talking a huge expensive you dig an wall that's ten twelve grand for that wall you're probably. Talking to thirty thousand, twenty thousand dollars, something like that total here in the neighborhood So that's a huge. Expense I would have an independent, person looked at the basement. For a few hundred bucks and then have them, do designed for. You and then get pricing And then you're gonna be assured you'll have an independent opinion on your thirty thousand dollar purchase so someone like Chuck Weber W. e. b. e. r. Chuck Weber or Mike shaded s.. H. a. d. I d They're independent contractors in going to give an independent evaluation. I do that kind of work also from time to time and you're in Menominee falls so you're Klay area there's lots of bad basements Manami falls it's. A real it's a real got a nineteen fifties house and you're salt you're on Manami. Avenue someplace No actually I'm our house, is probably about. Forty five years old okay For north of Menominee avenue? Okay, you, actually did our sexual and we bought our house at. All All video autograph it he didn't but we were very very impressive So something must, have changed since then, but anyway So why would get an independent person will? Look at that like Chuck Weber Mike shaded in it's hard to give it too much advice over the radio waves because I can't see physically what. You got on your talking, to inches, a displacement. You're talking about excavation talking three? Eighths half inch it depends what kind of displacement what kind of cracking you may not have to. Do anything too much with those except the braces there's a variety of things they should be talking. About checking the drain towel system that's. Working properly that would be one of the standards you could, also look on the website for what's called ramp. Which is we had those guys on last weekend it's, it's a basically kind of a. Better. Business Bureau better basement bureau of this area yeah so it's. W. a. f. r., p. r. p. dot com so Wisconsin. Association foundation Repair professionals in you'll actually. Find standards there for basic repairs are the correct way to do you know standards here's what you. Need to do at the wall looks. Like this and it's it it gets a little complicated and, it's a little tough reading but gives you a. Couple of good ideas but have an independent person take, a look at it and it's. Got. The problem it's intended to be complicated but that would be. My vice on it Just repeats initials that organization again sure I don't blame you w. a. f. as in Frank r.. P. a. f. r. p. dot com Mike's last name again shattered s. h. a. d. I. D Okay and they would be in the yellow pages Yeah you may? Have. To Google yellow pages now what are those They may not be. The, Google machine Paul Google machine can help okay that's..
"paula good" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"Go where i wanted it to my foot but i mean it was and it was it's terrible and i know for the people who weren't necessarily as good it's you know equally bad you know and i was the kid like we'd be separated in school like it would be like most of the mostly the boys and then two or three horrible losers put with most of the girls and then like one or two girls put with most of the boys and i was one of those girls and you know it really made a big impact on me you see i was one of the who was picked lost for the team but look at you now exactly and look at the fact that music has forged an alliance between us to and we could have been more lenny's daring over at you thinking she's one of the job all right and i think i was lucky enough to grow up in an environment where i was friends with a lot of jock some putting my fingers in quotation marks who are also equally interested in music and by the time i got to college i found there was a bigger gap between you either like music or you're good at sports and you're like a frat boy but i always was looking for those people who equally liked sports and music and they do exist yes paula good example he's a real jock yes of course they exist i mean it's like lazy thing to say is is that it's like when comedians say oh you can't have a good looking comedian because it's four you comedies for us myspace us ugly people.
"paula good" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"The amazon's rainforest is being cut down so fast that by 2030 fifty five percent of it could be completely wiped out the earth's forests can't speak up when they need how but we can be the voice for those who have no voice visit world wildlife dot org we are back in the david i think it really varies where you are depending on how you're getting going this morning you'll let us know on the traffic in roadways out there if we do have some citing a late yesterday are actually early in the evening there were a number of accidents dude icing up on the roadways sowa scrape off vehicle digital extratime was just cold enough of that mix precipitation to uh freeze up a little bit and we're going to get on the warmer side today we'll see how the precipitation continues but joining us now on the auto fair with snow winds regular contributor our own local political guy paul steinhaeuser paula good tuesday morning to you have you got your will remove it a little uh behind schedule here in new fields as part of the exeter school system a two hour delay because of the uh the icy conditions as you're school closings update and then you know but back when you went to school you walked twenty miles and snowstorms in backpacks on mornings like this thing go we per week clap eat on and across the country but hey you know two different date jack right okay.
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"In four rejects and if you're wondering turning just turning on the radio going that's not rick well you're right that's not rick rick we'll be back tomorrow now what doug jones says his i will be in an independent these as i read the same thing all the arguments say i will be an independent voice and work to find common ground with my colleagues on both sides of the aisle to get washington back on track and to make our country a better place for all if you believe that i got a bridge i get some i get some ocean front property fouryear in arizona he he's saying that because he has to but at the end of the day he's democrat in the most divisive time in modern history in the senate and in all of washington so he's going to you know he's backed by gazillions of dollars and he's going to have follow the party line right down the line you can bet your bottom dollar honored before the senate see belong to sessions now no the measure would blown to those little history of the alabama senate seat was the c occupied in the deadly seats do not belong to the people who stood on they belong to the people of the states they represent so this is one of the two seats the belong to the people i hate when media does that and this is a cnbc's though no surprise that they would do that you know when when you when you win ascendancy you will see that is owned by the people of your state you do not he did not win attorney general sessions seat he won the seat of the people of alabama joe biden seat is not joe biden seep is the seat of the people of delaware in the us senate one of two it's latte tom carper seat and hopefully they would tell you that i think they probably wonder might not sometimes people forget 300 two five two nine one on one seven ups say downstate eight three nine 105 nine is i number paul is in middletown he was talking about vicepresident biden back on the senate floor good morning paula good afternoon warrior hunger how you doing uh i'm not a joe biden fan i birdied democrats it i'm just definitely not.
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"19 eighty she joins us now paula good to have you with us how are you doing today high laura i'm great how are you i'm hanging in there and you are you polish of that name so i'm halfpolish i am i right wow okay all right jiangkou yellow it okay so i got the we got we got the polish connection already right off the bat that's my best best half by the way i'm halfpolish and i and i think the woman connection of a good good could act from exactly let's let's talk about what happened to you on my gosh so long long ago now thirty seven years ago at you were a young girl and you've got the chance to work on a film which is a big deal in buffalo new york how'd you meet harvey weinstein well i was actually a student at you'd be and i i wouldn't the communication major needed an internship for the summer so i started calling off harvey uncorking which were the concert promoter i'm buffalo and started calling them in the brain about i'm working for them as the port as an intern in any way before i could get some credit for oil and get the experience and finally when carvey did come through with an internship he asked me if i wanted to work on a movie they were making which i thought wow this is great working on a movie how it guadalcanal so i i became a productive and i worked a lot with the account and um i would do for me to do like going bank and things like that all i got involved with harvey project then it was a kind of a big gotten buffalo but nobody was back in the country in the world well my friend vincent gallo gino vincent who was from buffalo filmmaker no i now off him i don't know him he's another one has had runins with harvey weinstein none of your variety but and not and so what would do over how did it go down with the sexual harassment on what he right i i i was i was creating back and forth to the site where they would shooting the movie everybody up with in a hotel because they were from from out of town and so when i came in that morning scott who is the accountant he handed me a mound though what not a novel up at a manila polder filled.
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"Now welcome back here to teeny bank ballpark or the bottom of the fourth inning this ballgame tied at one one run to hit sport b is one run on six it for the somerset patriots i know the pleasure being joined alongside johnny baseball regan here for the bottom of the fourth inning johnny will be taking over the play by w jonathan peta bone on the mound johnny take it away okay laying out the polit forgetting is at its catcher handeye he got a king he walked his first time also has momma happen zaatar in 2015 that's right it was a fan toys bobblehead anti sided that they wanted it on a heap bobblehead tried how that that his us on that all righty sal playmen left bombay so far his how the struggling pot will say it's a lineup end to pitch and as a called strike about eighty four miles an hour seven runners lift on base for the patriots over the first three he's like a village saint the brick kilns next touch swung on a messed he'll walls a key strikes thrown lopez faster eight five thousand hour when it comes to wind up and the pitch paula good i want ball strikes ninety one miles an hour johnny using year my rewards points this is the second time that you're on the air with me to see that we had fought over in southern ireland all yet but you know what happened i know i know that there of an hsa disturbances that oath he says now while the we'll see if we could get you a couple of runs i hear india out of the horror that scalfaro haircuts that that rather out the bell if coaster it's to set of feel for may said sell antonova k is however the first pace safe now what for what it was single and and a walk now at the bad is erin eccleston the leftfielder he is offered kale struck out in the first inning and fly to what health flights to left the out in a second as i said baffert for donny following a couple of tough pitches the nice groundball right up the middle he's able to get on base exim today absolutely here's lined up in the pitch to look for a bok pels pitch well below one owned those strikes.
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"Farm bureau insurance of michigan huntington bank oakland community college and and bridge now direct from grand hotel here's paula good wednesday morning good bye may the thirty first of may zipping right bias before you know it tomorrow to be exact it'll be june i but now on this last day of may the one hundred fifty first day of twenty seventeen with two hundred fourteen days left in the year we remind you to make each and every day cowed each day's give sandy pierce is here from huntington bank just stopping by to say hello and get her paul w smith mocha morning fudge worked out well sandy worked out will share some of that with tom would you please this is the arrivers calloway's family once again they brought this out years ago and they brought it back but you have to ask for it when you go to their shop in this some of our people coming on the show today we'll get some as well of the paul w smith mocha morning a little coffee in your fudge which is just perfect for the morning dick i'll bring some back to you the scott pelley story was interesting i just heard the tail end of it they are removing him as the main anchor guy right the ship is sinking ciller tossing out the after a cd that's a good with the ship is secular tossing out the anchor when always little i little maritime humor there people here on the great lakes and the the straits mcenroe as we as we speak this morning the beautiful view outer window with just a little bit of the american flag billowing by there are several of them on the world's longest.