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Pennsylvania extends unemployment benefits program
"Pandemic assistance winds down at the end of this month, Pennsylvania Pennsylvania officials officials have have announced announced an an extension extension for for unemployed unemployed workers workers and and his his K K y y tamales. tamales. Kristen Kristen Joe Joe Hansen Hansen reports reports the the urging urging those those facing facing desperate desperate Times Times to to reach reach out out for for state state help help Pennsylvania's Pennsylvania's offering up to an additional 13 weeks of benefits for unemployed workers on top of the extra weeks provided by the feds Department of Labor Secretary Jerry Alexey Jack. So with this drawing to a close this extra $600 we know there are going to be people in need. But if you went on unemployment sometime within the last year and have used up that money you will have to apply and the additional weeks don't include the extra $600 which so many count on, and that's where the department Human services comes in people in Pennsylvania and around the country may soon find themselves in increasingly uncertain circumstances are public assistance Network exists to help people during times exactly like what we're currently facing. Two recent Miller is secretary of human Services and urges family stretching the dollar Tio, eat or get proper care to reach out for help His programs help ensure that people have access to health care, have enough food to eat and are able to pay utility bills, things that we all need. Be able to do for additional
Biden Sweeps All 7 Presidential Primaries
"Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania and and and and several several several several others others others others held held held held primaries primaries primaries primaries including including including including several several several several that that that that delayed delayed delayed delayed their their their their April April April April contest contest contest contest because because because because of of of of the the the the corona corona corona corona virus virus virus virus outbreak outbreak outbreak outbreak Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania among among among among them them them them and and and and the the the the night's night's night's night's biggest biggest biggest biggest prize prize prize prize going going going going to to to to Joe Joe Joe Joe Biden Biden and and Donald Donald Trump Trump went went in in their their respective respective primary primary elections elections with with no no real real competition competition so so far far Joe Joe Biden Biden wins wins democratic democratic presidential presidential primaries primaries in in PA PA Maryland Maryland Rhode Rhode Island Island Indiana Indiana South South Dakota Dakota Montana Montana and and New New Mexico Mexico Donald Donald Trump Trump winning winning the the Republican Republican primary primary in in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Rhode Rhode Island Island Indiana Indiana and and Montana Montana
Donald Trump wins Republican presidential primary in Montana
"Pennsylvania Pennsylvania and and several several others others held held primaries primaries including including several several that that delayed delayed their their April April contest contest because because of of the the corona corona virus virus outbreak outbreak Pennsylvania Pennsylvania among among them them and and the the night's night's biggest biggest prize prize going going to to Joe Joe Biden and Donald Trump went in their respective primary elections with no real competition so far Joe Biden wins democratic presidential primaries in PA Maryland Rhode Island Indiana South Dakota Montana and New Mexico Donald Trump winning the Republican primary in Pennsylvania Rhode Island Indiana and Montana
As Philadelphia slowly reopens, violators of COVID-19 orders will face hefty fines, mayor says
"Is is going going to to resume resume in in most most of of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania tomorrow tomorrow including including Philadelphia Philadelphia and and city city officials officials say say they they want want to to send send a a clear clear message that employers and workers have to **** the have to follow rules in this coronavirus time the stay at home order stays in effect for everybody else as well you know the city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb tells us they're raising fines for people who violate the rules and for businesses who do too it is in its way a sign of progress mayor Jim Kenney says the new higher fines are way to operationalize the re opening of the economy we want to set up a real strict rule that people need to follow the guidelines so the way we do that is to get people's attention money gets people's attention that said there's still no timeline for anything but construction
Pennsylvania reports 12 new COVID-19 deaths in the Philadelphia, Montgomery and Delaware counties
"Pennsylvania's reinforcing its healthcare system by increasing the number of workers and supplies in an effort to combat the corona virus pandemic the announcement comes as health officials confirmed more than five hundred new cases and twelve new deaths related to the virus including one each in Philadelphia Montgomery and Delaware counties he he would would have have used used us us because because that's that's as as the the updates updates to to help help ease ease the the burden burden on on the the healthcare healthcare system system Pennsylvania Pennsylvania governor governor Tom Tom Wolfe Wolfe says says the the state state will will be be temporarily temporarily lifting lifting certain certain regulations regulations for for example example we're we're now now allowing allowing any licensed health care professional to provide services over telemedicine he's also putting out a call to retired health care professionals we have many highly experienced medical professionals who have retired and allow their licenses to lapse if these professionals are in good standing we're going to be letting them reactivate their licenses without fees and without needing to take continuing education credits and governor will fans retirees don't necessarily need to help cope with nineteen patients to be a huge help he says by serving patients with everyday concerns they be freeing up others in the health care system to focus on the
Pennsylvania - Gov. Wolf Signs COVID-19 Disaster Declaration to Provide Increased Support for State Response - pa.gov
"Governor wolf has signed a corona virus disaster declaration declaration K. K. Y. Y. W. W. suburban suburban bureau bureau chief chief Jim Jim L. L. work work reports reports this this comes comes with with the the discovery discovery of of two two presumptive presumptive cases cases of of the the almond almond in in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania one one in in Delaware Delaware county county officials say the woman was treated at Crozer Ernest currently quarantined at home they say she contracted the virus while she was traveling in the U. S. but outside of the state since it was not contracted or spread here Delaware County officials say they're not going to release her current location Delaware county director of emergency services Tim Boyce says that's based on guidelines from the Pennsylvania department of health they're aggressively chasing down where this person was who they had contact with in reaching out to what our role is to you know prevent panic there's no need for that but there is certainly a site a heightened sense of urgency here in Delaware County now we do have a come presume case he says since Delaware counties the second most densely populated county in the state everyone in the county should be more aware of any symptoms fever cough shortness of breath and be taking steps to avoid contact wash hands and don't touch your face as for schools county officials say at this time the state department of health is advising them to keep schools open and running as scheduled
"pennsylvania pennsylvania" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Are the fun factor did not know what's considering I grew up in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania is the only state in the country that does not allow local police to use radar for speed I knew that you never know we have this weather so many state troopers I guess because they can our local police cannot they're looking at changing that law there's always a loophole so out of curiosity I check to see where they rank on safe drivers in the country and they're among the safer Lois traffic accidents and they break it down to five quintiles their number two not not quite safe best but next to the safest so with not even allowing cops to use our local cops to use radar they have us in a very safe drivers well I learn something new and that's why we should ban radar in all this yeah like parents going to all be that much safer they've been our test kitchen all these years and the results are in they are right there because you found them you got it I have a surprise it's on twenty twenty in log probably on the books since they invented radar I assume so all right what is happening in your world well not even more so on the highways from the U. C. help traffic center use the help probably offering the region's only heart transplant program learn more if you see health dot com slash heart inbound seventy fourth banking up close to north bend rather quickly and I now see brake light southbound seventy five three block one north bound that's a slow go out of when you're in the downtown and north bound for seventy one that's going to be back to grand west bound to seventy five you're often on the breaks out of Milford making your way towards what one the latest thank sedan is on top of those ville at bought the room but the worn one way remains blocked between.
"pennsylvania pennsylvania" Discussed on Fresh Air
"The polling places that could cause some disputes about how to deal with the recount account And then there's all of this talk about voter fraud and voter suppression. There's this is going to be the first election since the nineteen eighties where the Republican National Committee is not going to be subject to a court order a consent decree which barred the party from engaging in certain so-called ballot security measures at polling places. This means that in this election president trump as he tried to do in the twenty sixteen election could organize people to engage in so-called poll watching activities in democratic and minority areas What we saw in the nineteen eighties before the consent decree were off duty? Police officers in uniform patrolling polling places. I mean there's all kinds of things that could happen. I don't know which if any of these are going to happen but just like with a nuclear meltdown at a power plant. Even if there's a very small risk that something something terrible could happen. You need to have contingency plans. You need to do things to try to minimize the chances that something terrible is going to happen. The subtitle of your book election meltdown includes dirty tricks. And I'm wondering where the impeachment charges fit for you in In terms of of your concerns about the presidential election I mean impeachment is based on the charge that trump tried to withhold military aid to Ukraine which it needs to to defend itself against the Russians to withhold the eight unless Ukraine's president agreed to investigate Joe Biden trump's political rival. So does that count to you as a dirty trick trek and if you know if in fact it's true yeah. I think there are two lessons to be learned from payment for the twenty twenty election. One is what you've alluded to. which which is that? The president has repeatedly invited foreign interference right. This wasn't the first time that he invited foreign interference. He asked the Russians to hack into Hillary Clinton's server He even when he was being questioned early on in the Ukraine story about the process invited China Anna to leak dirt on Joe Biden so one concern is about the president not only taking important steps to prevent foreign interference in the elections but also to encourage encourage it. But the other lesson that I've learned From watching impeachment is that you have a a number of Republican senators. Were willing to simply lie about. What the facts show? There's they're they're willing to lie about what are undisputed facts about what the president said when he said it about What he was trying to do in the Ukraine and so to the extent that we expect that people are going to engage in hard fought battles are going to do so honestly? I think the impeachment shows there are some people who are willing to lie about the basic facts if that's going to give them political advantage and that to me is just as concerning as the attempt to get the Ukrainians to manufacture or produce dirt on a political rival of the presidents. Do you think president trump has stood in the way a of protecting elections from foreign interference. His chief-of-staff Mick Mulvaney told Kirsten Nielsen when she was The head of the Department of Homeland Security not to bring up foreign interference in trump's presence because trump equates that with questioning the legitimacy of his his own presidential victory the. I'm very concerned that the president is not leading on this issue. He has invited interference from the Ukrainians from the Russians from the Chinese. I mean that that if that's not sending a signal that more interferences allowed. I'm not sure what would be. He's been so weak on this one of the examples given the book of a nightmare. SCENARIO INVOLVES A up a hack by the Russians of the power grid in the Democratic city like Detroit or Milwaukee in a swing state which could happen on election day and could affect the vote in that state which could affect the national final vote totals. This should be considered an act of war and we WANNA president out there who is being actively warning the Russians and others others the Iranians and anyone else that might try to interfere in our elections that it is completely unacceptable and that American elections have for Americans to decide not only do we not have that leadership from the president. We have the president actively undermining that message and so while I think there are many good people in the federal government who are working on issues of election cybersecurity and working on other issues. The leadership from the top is really problematic. And the idea that Mick Mulvaney had to kind of keep this information from the president so he wouldn't get agitated agitated about it. I think that's a really sorry state of affairs you know. We were talking about the possibility of a contested election. You point out. There's a there's a good chance. We will not not know the result of the presidential election on election night Tell us one of the major reasons why we might not know that. Well remember that We don't conduct a single election on election day. We actually conduct something like nine thousand elections. We have a really decentralized. The system in so votes have to be counted in counties or sub-county levels and then aggregated the state level to finally produce the numbers that will Tell us Who has won each state which then is relevant for the Electoral College? Will there've been some shifts in how some of the states are counting their votes. I think most notably here I would look to Pennsylvania Pennsylvania until this most recent election cycle did not allow people to vote by absentee ballot without an excuse for example apple. You're you're ill or you're out of the country doing military service now. Anyone can get an at an absentee ballot. That's the way it is in lots of states but it wasn't that way in Pennsylvania so in Pennsylvania. You no longer have to give a reason you can say. I want an absentee ballot. That's right that's how it's been California for as long as I've been voting here. That's you know. Some states have all vote by mail but in Pennsylvania and some other states that was not really an option Unless you had an excuse and now you can do that but it takes a wild to count absentee ballots while to process them and you have to for example. Make sure that the person who has submitted the absentee ballots that their signatures match the other way of verifying their identity that they've filled out their ballot correctly. Before it can be counted you may remember in twenty eighteen. There were a number of congressional races in Orange County California where the Republicans were ahead and then over the weeks. That followed Democrats eventually. took the lead Paul Ryan the former speaker of the house called this bizarre and suggested that there was something nefarious going on the president made similar kinds of comments and yet the problem was just one of administration and it takes a long time to counties absentee ballots much longer than it takes to count ballots cast on election day. which are cast on machines that can pretty quickly aggregate those votes and so it could well be as a story in the Philadelphia Inquirer Recently suggested that president trump could be ahead in in Pennsylvania on election night but there could be enough outstanding ballots especially from big cities like Philadelphia. Where it's GonNa take a day or two or longer before for the final vote counts come in and those late counting ballots? At least as we've seen in recent years tend to shift towards Democrats and we saw aw in two thousand eighteen in the contested race between the incumbent Florida. US Senator Bill Nelson Against Rick. Scott that president trump criticized ballots. That were counted after election. Day He said must go with election night which which was kind of a crazy thing to say because saying that would disenfranchise a lot of military voters. Whose ballots may not arrive by election day? So I certainly think that if president trump is ahead on election night in a key state like Pennsylvania. He's going to say. Stop the counting. I've won all. The other. Ballots are illegitimate. At least. That's the pattern that we saw in two thousand eighteen. You referred to this earlier you know. A lot of people are concerned about the Voting Machines being HAP for registration. Rolls being hat. You're also concerned about Election Day being hacked by Russia or another foreign adversary for instance hacking the electric grid of a big city There's no nobody has contingency plans for that do they. Well you know. There are some contingency plans I asked the secretary of State of Michigan Jocelyn Benson about this Ah You know this nightmare scenario. And she said you know polling places have of paper ballots provisional ballots. That could be used the event of an emergency. But I think you know if there's a citywide blackout..
Court says pointing "finger gun" can be a crime
"Court rules of making god like hand gesture is a crime I am was did that the other day yep point your finger at somebody turns out crime Pennsylvania court rules making gun light hand gestures crime filed under disorderly conduct Pennsylvania Pennsylvania news a matter of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania man convicted of disorderly conduct for making a shooting gesture with his hand lost his bid to have it overturned we'll have to address this with Michael corn are resident lawyer lawmen the state appellate court made a ruling Tuesday on the appeal brought by this guy Steven Kirshner the men are man made the gesture while walking past a neighbor's home in June twenty eighteen the man allegedly made an obscene gesture toward Kirschner whose bonded with his gesture a witness called nine eleven to report the incident the neighbor told authorities he felt extremely threatened in his appeal Kirsten are you that is jester didn't create a hazardous of physical offensive condition which is true yes Sir are you didn't tend to cause a public inconvenience because he made the gesture to a specific individual also true I wish this story would tell us what the what the the yeah sentence was what happened to him the attorney will not appeal the matter but I think that's not so I decided no I thought about it that is nuts nuts especially since he's outside and I don't know this is a terrible article because it doesn't tell you the key thing that everybody wants to know or should want to know and that is did the witness think it was a gun or did the witness just they realize it was just a finger and think oh my god this is a scary guy making finger gestures that and now that's that's crucial what about this what if you had mace and the black canister of mace look like the barrel of a gun and you have that happen somebody thought that was a gun I don't know I I I can't imagine they would lose that case Pennsylvania what he thought should making a gun gesture be a crime disturbing the peace disorderly conduct no I would say if you have the right to move your hand every anyway you want it's certainly if the if the person in the house can give you the finger which is a known obscene gesture
"pennsylvania pennsylvania" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Can decide what you think so you were in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Newcastle Pennsylvania without a house it was actually a a pastor had it for like a couple months and he likes suddenly left when we continue to say there and so we bought it and renovated remember anything but the attic had French doors to its they're always close very tightly and our cats when I got there in general and then you hear noises up there and we had them like I know Kelsey so we always put the cushions down and very tightly they would leave they come back with the best act like right on top of one another okay and back down again can write back it can be like it's happening he was there one day with the cats not a cat like walked upstairs all freaked out and then left and they would they would negatively not out there and then we actually renovated that room and the couch I was like looking again after that when I was a counselor was attached to or what do the cast was gone or they just never well we didn't let the cats and normally we would yeah as we see here things like those little plastic balls I hear it all the time up there they would be in the room yeah that's just fine with the ball that's pretty cold with the if you want to find a good night very strange feeling the bathroom is right here some like walking by there is like the feeling in the morning.
"pennsylvania pennsylvania" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast
"Was married at, at that time, and would which really, you know, when you think about the impact that guidance counselor had I moved to Milwaukee, I come out here, you know, paying attention in this and that for two years and before the end of the first year, I met my wife, and what would be my future wife, and we're celebrating this year. Thirty four years of where up to good start. That's awesome. I think when I moved here, I had like a to my wife and I had like. A two year. We'll, we'll do this for two year kind of thing because I got transferred here, John from Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania. Yeah. And. Yeah, we're going on thirty years here and married to so not quite at your level. But anyway, we share that. This is a temporary. Stop in our lives, that's become kind of permanent, but for good reason, well, when I came out here, I found out that Milwaukee wasn't a cold. Dr confetti place that was just an absolute blessing of an environment to raise a family and to live in the quality of life out here is awesome. There's so much to do. We have big city stuff in the small town. Right. Right. I sure do walkie and always have. So at Cleveland Brooks. If you could take us through some of the. Some of the most interesting and some of the most challenging. Portions of your career there because I heard you say that this path that she laid out sort of became the path you followed in the company and I started thinking myself. Well, that's probably because you had a yes, mentality right? Anytime. Somebody said, hey, Andrew, I got a great idea. Would you. You're like, yes. I will do it. I don't wanna put words in your mouth. But, but it had to be tough coming here as a kid, really, you're into, you know, new big new big company, and you're being given progressively more responsibility and stuff because obviously they see something in you. But I also understand the mentality of because I've been through that to the mentality of people who've been here at a place for a long time, and you're sort of the new east coast guy. Whatever that, however, they wanted to define you, can you talk through some of that sure it was, it was very different for me, different environment than gun factory, working in research device. Our, our company had been owned by Coca Cola. So so John cleaver and Raymond Brooks started the company as package boiler coming in fended. The first boy that could be wheeled into a dairy and produce steam when the boiler that was their broke down at that time in the history of boilers, everything was field. Erected they came up with this idea to bring a prepackaged unit plugged in water, and connect the steam line, and they were able to produce steam for the starey, which was big deal. And so that business took off and in the sixties John cleaver wanted to be on the new York Stock Exchange. And he, he bought Akwa Cam, and aqua Chem became the parent company because it was traded, and then Coca-Cola bought the company owned it from, I don't remember the exact dates Michael, but let's say late sixties early seventies in two two thousand no not two thousand nineteen eighty eighty two somewhere on there. And so when. When Coca Cola sold it, they sold it to a company called Laney's out of France. And Lyonnaise was really targeting this energy conservation thing. And so they were investing at that time, big money, two million dollars in research and development. Okay. And that's what I was hired for was to be a lap tech on a floor doing so many cool things we were gasify coal gasifier. Would we were burning alternate fuels, like when you when you make a golf ball you wash it and there's a solvent and we were burning that solvent in the boiler to make steam for production? Most industries out there. You steam for heating or for production in the case of electronic making power, and we were using these alternate fuels to get energy back and at that time, and that was the second energy crunch that we had the first ones in the seventies, then in the eighty early eighties, we had where the price of oil, you know, when when through the roof. And, and so. That caused ladies to invest in R. And that's really where I was brought in. My first project was something I had no experience with at all. It was working on a micro processor. And I was doing testing there was an engineer. He's the one who did all the heavy thinking and design and what I did all the testing. But it was really a it was a neat experience to, to deal with combustion and measure the oxygen concentration as a by product of combustion, and then adjust the Aaron fuel ratio to get a better mix. And so the things that were important at the time we're carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide and excess. Oh too. So if you have oxygen leftover after the combustion process, it's actually cooling, the flame and taking heat up the stack. And so if you could reduce that oxygen, you could improve the boiler officiency in these things had pay back. And so, that's what this whole whole device it, you mentioned how how you know, how things happen while I was just the new person that was hired and that was a new project. It didn't have attack. So I could on that project. The other techs were all signed to different things some of the others that I mentioned earlier that product line was very innovative for the company and very timely because if you could if you could take a four hundred horsepower boiler and improve the efficiency of the boiler by two percent. Those were big bucks. The return on investment could be a couple of months. If you're if you're burning a lot of gas and so you, you reduce the fuel consumption and the net pace for the, the investment. And so the product line that I was working on a lot of attention. And then when we launched it, I did a lot of the field stuff. So I did all the field commissioning training. And then we did a series of some and ours. If you will with our distributors the distribution network for cleaver Brooks was pretty solid. And in the course of putting on those presentations, the product line manager for this somehow. Out of all everybody picked me to do a presentation. So I got some good visibility. Get some experience. I was horrible speaker at the time, and they gave me some candid feedback, and I fixed a lot of that and changed my delivery, and I remember we did a at one point, we did a series of three different presentations, and Philadelphia, Denver, and the other one must have been California and, and they were largely attended. And so I was one of the features speakers at that, and that could be some visibility. So then from research and development when that product line went over to cleaver Brooks, and went live. They asked me if I wanted to go over the Brooks, and I said, yes, I said, but I don't wanna work on that product anymore. I'd like to work on something different. So they put me in water treatment, which I had no experience, but it was cool. And so it was all things Akwa Cam can did. They, they did it, so the, the sister division, quick him really did a lot and of treatment, they did the rope you unit. It's for a portable reverse osmosis portable WADA makers for the military that's comes in handy when you're in a place where all the water that you could drink brackish. And so does it really does? So I was. I was in water treatment, and I learned all odd about applications. I learned about process flow because you're, you're taking water and you're pumping at a high enough pressure to get water into a boiler. We're taking the action out of the water before we pump it so that involved at the area, taking action out of water, the lower the oxygen into water, the less chance of corrosion, and the boiler in the lower amount of chemicals. And so, I learned all about that. And then all of the experience, that I hadn't combustion because that oxygen trim system that it was working on, was directly tied to the boiler, and the control system. And, and, and the commotion, I really got involved in the whole package picture everything in boiler room systems. And that was something that was important cleaver Brooks. And so at first I was you technician traveled hundred percent travel than less travel as I started become assistant manager and started doing some of that kind of. Stuff and then became a service manager for particular product area, and then a service manager for more than in charge of service, and training. And, and then that led to the parts business. So we were at that time, we were, we had an operation in Lebanon, Pennsylvania that were shutting down. We bought a new boiler company and Thomas Ville, Georgia, we were moving production over there. And then we wanted to move the parts business to Milwaukee. And so when we did I did that I wouldn't big projects are being given. Yeah. The, the operation and, and Lebanon was was so critical to our success ninety percent of the company's profit was was there and, and, you know, so it's the family jewels of the business. And so I ended up running the business while it was there with the guy who had been running it, but he didn't wanna relocate and so they needed somebody in the company to be able to take over that whole project. And somehow I was selected why close critical why move the work? Yeah. So there's a there's a lot of things that are involved in that decision. But. We were operating in Pennsylvania, and the workmen's comp. I mean, I don't know all the detail I wasn't running the company at the time, but the workmen's comp cost was so expensive there, and in Thomas Georgia, the boiler company that we had had a significantly lower overhead rate. So the fully burden labor rate in Pennsylvania was significantly higher than for fully burden rate in Georgia. And then, also in Georgia, they had other boiler lines that they worked on. And so there are a lot of things that came into play. But I'd say the, the big driver was that from a competitive standpoint we were competing with other people who manufacture in brothers in the states at a much lower cost. Now, we had a lot of automation. So we did. We were we were at the time the largest package boiler manufacturer in the world. And so we're pumping oil like hotcakes. And we had all of the Queant and hardware, and everything else to do that. But at a high fully burden labor rate that really made it. Develop press the compete. So okay, thank you for that earlier you mentioned between you being accepted or hired by cleaver Brooks, and actually coming, there was a something that you said, you get back to what, what, what was that? Yeah. So I that before graduation, I got car accident with my best friend, Sean, and China ended up dying in the car accident. But I was in. I was pretty banged up. So I had broke my jaw my femur several legance tenants in my left knee, crush my ankle, you know, a lot of things that, that I was in the hospital for forty four days..
"pennsylvania pennsylvania" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"With a, haunted host, our ghost Randy start Back to normal I in your host brandy start and indeed I think we have. Made it through some of the lesser known saints and their animals I did want. To share a couple of things, that had, been submitted to me one event happened to me personally and I I, never quite, know how, to take this because I am an academic which means you. Know, I've got a little bit of a line to on April third I was trying to get some, sleep and the, pumps are getting a little bit restless in particular my, old man achilles who is twelve. Years old and brother to this. And achilles did, something very unusual achilles is a. Very expressive pug and in fact I, almost called him a debutante he is one who completely adores attention and even though it was kind of the, great time of dawn and I was kind of a wake item served him actually sitting up as if he was looking at. Somebody on the edge of. The bed and his tail. Curled up he was wagging his tail, that's. Very unusual for him The only really does that. Kind of expression and that kind of body language. When somebody's standing there, and I. Thought okay so I was trying to rest a little bit longer because it had been really really. Hard semester the semester did not end until the first week of may I'm sorry. My peanut gallery is going there, in the, background and the garbage truck came by and if you're not familiar the, garbage truck, is the, pugs arch enemy so as this truck went by they all. Started, getting very restless and I thought they were all going to jump from the bed embark because that's, typically what they, do and this is where it gets weird I swear, to you I heard somebody go. Sh and they all went back. To sleep so, either I was half asleep or. I just witnessed a miracle because the, pugs did not go after the garbage truck collie that up to you to decide so the last little bit, that I'm going to leave you with for these two episodes this is a story that I recorded at patties and friends during. One of our investigations I. Did want to let you You know that if you, are, in the area and you'd like to see patties and friends it is now called, the market on left Bank just a quick update on patties and friends they. Closed and, did a whole bunch of renovations and from what I understand the ghosts are still. There and they handled things, very well but both buildings which we've actually. Investigated have been renovated and restored, that's actually quite delightful I'm glad to see it and they have their official opening may twenty third but anyway while they were still patties, and friends we actually did a violent. Tween event and this. Couple came up afterwards and they told me the story of their. Cats so I will pause here and we will insert that story and you can decide what you think so you were in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Newcastle Pennsylvania we bought. A house from actually a pastor had it for like a couple of months and he. Suddenly left it didn't want to continue to say there and so we bought it and. Renovated remember renovated the attic had French doors to say we're always close very tightly and our cats was not in general. And then we hear noises, up, there, and. We have the Cavs and so we always put the cushions down and very tightly then, we'd leave and they. Come back with a stacked right on top, of the word another put him back. Down again. Can write back Besides It's happening He was there one day with the cats in a Catholic upstairs freaked out and. Then left Okay and they they would they. Would, typically log about thirty and then we actually renovated that room the couch Alba's.
Trump, Josh Shapiro and Christine Hall discussed on WAOK Programming
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"pennsylvania pennsylvania" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Ghost host Randy start, from back. To paranormal pets in your host brandy start and indeed I think we have made it through some. Of the lesser known saints and their animals I did want to share a couple. Of things that had been submitted to me, one event happened to me personally and I I never quite knew how, to take, this because, I am an academic which means you know I've, got a little bit, of a line to but on April third I was trying to get some sleep and the pumps, are getting a, little bit restless in particular my old man achilles who is twelve years. Old and brother. To owed issues and achilles something very unusual. Achilles is a very expressive pug. And impact I almost called him a. Debutante he is one who completely adores attention and even though it was kind of the great time of, dawn and I was kind of a wake I've observed. Him actually sitting up as if he was Looking at somebody on the. Edge of the bed and his tail curled up he was working his tail that's very unusual for him because he only really, does that kind of, expression and that kind of body language when somebody's standing, there and. I thought okay so I was trying to rest the little bit longer because it had been really. Really hard semester the semester did not end until the first week of may I'm. Sorry my peanut gallery is going there in, the background and the garbage truck came by and if you're not familiar, the garbage, truck is, the pugs arch enemy so as this went by, they all started getting, very restless and I thought they were going to jump from the bed embark because that's typically what, they do this, is where it gets weird I swear to you I heard somebody go. Sh and they. Own back to sleep to either I was. Half asleep or I just witnessed. A miracle because the pugs did not. Go after the garbage truck collie that up to you to decide so the last little bit that I'm, going to leave you with for these two episodes this A story that I recorded. At patties and friends during one of our investigations I did want to let you know that if you are in the area and you'd like to, see, patties and friends it is now called the market on left Bank just a quick, update on patties. And friends they closed and that a whole bunch of renovations. And from, what I understand the ghosts are still there and they handle things very well but. Both buildings which we've actually, investigated have been renovated and restored that's actually. Quite delightful I'm glad to, see it and they have their official opening may twenty third but anyway while they were still patties and friends we actually did a. Valid tween event and this couple. Came up afterwards and. They told me the story of their cats so I will pause here and we will insert that story and you can decide what you think so you were in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania we bought a house from was actually. A pastor had it for like a couple of months and he suddenly left it didn't contain And so we bought it and renovated. Remember renovated the attic had, fresh, stores? To its they were always close very tightly and our cats would knock out there in general, and then we'll hear. Noises up there We had an will couch and so. We always. Put the cushions down and very tightly. And then we'd leave come back stacked what right on top of the word another. Him back down again can write back Can tap and he was? There one day with the. Cats walked upstairs freaked out, and then left And, they they would typically knock-about And then we actually read have, made it that room The.
"pennsylvania pennsylvania" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Haunted, host, our, ghost Randy start Welcome back to normal pets in your host brandy star and. Indeed I think we have made it through some the lesser known saints and their animals I did want to. Share a, couple of things that had been submitted to me what happened to me, personally and I I never quite knew how to take this because, I am academe IQ, which means I've got a little bit of a line to toe but on April third I was, trying to get, some sleep and the punch are getting a little bit restless, in particular my old man achilles who is twelve years. Old and brother, to owed issues and achilles did. Something very unusual achilles very expressive pug, and in fact I almost called him a debutante he is one who completely adores attention and even though it, was kind of the great time of dawn and I was kind of a wake item served him actually sitting up as if he was looking at. Somebody on the edge of. The bed and his. Tail curled up was wagging his tail, that's. Very unusual for him He only really does that kind. Of expression that kind of bilingual when somebody's standing there and I thought okay, so I. Was trying to rest a little bit longer because it had been really really hard semester the. Semester did not end until the first week of may I'm sorry my peanut gallery is going there in the. Background and, the garbage truck came by and if you're not familiar the garbage truck, is the pugs arch enemy so as this truck went by they, all started getting very, restless and I thought they were all going to jump from the bed embark because that's typically what, they do it, this is where it gets weird I swear to you I, heard somebody go sh and they all went back to. Sleep so either, I was half asleep or I. Just witnessed a miracle because the pugs, did not go after the garbage truck collie that up to you to decide so the last little bit that, I'm going to leave you with for these two episodes this is a story that I recorded at patties and France during one of our investigations I. Did want to let you You know that if you are in the area. And you'd like to see, patties and friends it is now called the. Market on left Bank just a, quick update on patties and friends they closed and a whole bunch of renovations and from what I understand the ghosts are still there and they. Handle things very well but both. Buildings which we've actually. Investigated have been renovated and restored that's actually quite delightful I'm glad. To see it and they have their official opening may twenty third but anyway while they were still patties and friends we actually did a valid tween event and. This couple came up afterwards and they told me the story of their cats so I. Will pause here and we will insert that story and you can decide what you think. So you were in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Newcastle Pennsylvania we. Bought a house in a, pastor For. Like a couple of months and he suddenly, left it didn't want to continue to say there. And so we bought it and renovated removing renovated the attic had crashed doors to always close. Very tightly and our cats would not in general and then. We hear noises up there in an the Cavs and so, we always put. The cushions down and very tightly then we'd leave they come, back. With a stacked on top of another Okay Down again can write. Back Happening he was there one day with, the cats, in a, Catholic walked upstairs faked, out and okay And they they would typically knock-about third off and then. We actually rented made it that room man took the couch, Abbas rocket,.
"pennsylvania pennsylvania" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show
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"pennsylvania pennsylvania" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Unbelievable hey how before we run out of time i got a call from a listener whose in arizona who asked if you know anything about the special election to replace trent franks that's coming up and the candidates there yeah so i do it's a it's a extremely red district it's the kind of district where democrats don't even pay attention they don't run anybody and there was a poll that was released a couple of days ago that actually shows the democrat well the neck and neck situation but that means that the the swing towards the democrat has been gigantic so the democrat is actually ahead by one point now one point doesn't mean that she's really ahead it means that it's tight because the margin of error in the poll was three four or five something like that so it doesn't doesn't matter but what does matter is that the swing away from republicans in towards democrats is gigantic like just gigantic and this is not the kind of a district where republicans lose with democrats win and now it's going to be a really close call next tuesday and it's up in the air the republicans have spent over million dollars and the democrats have spent nothing wow wow and the republicans are scared shitless if they lose this one it's going to be you know deadly for them i mean when they lost pennsylvania pennsylvania in in the extreme western part of the state the south western part of the state that definitely add it into the impetus for more republicans say well we're not run i mean a few days after that ryan costello in the eastern part of pennsylvania's there i'm out of this i'm not running paul ryan the speaker yeah so i did you know he wants to spend more time with his family and other republicans have been dropping out and there are a least another dozen or so who are on the fence and if the if they lose the seat in arizona even if it's closed some of them are going to say hey this is an are plus thirteen my district is in all plus five if the democrats can win and all plus thirteen we'll get close to winning all plus thirteen they're gonna win my seat.
"pennsylvania pennsylvania" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Paul ryan i'm very confident paul ryan will be a very high paid lobbyists on k street in washington as soon as his time riding a gravy train on the tax payers dime is over charlie dent a guy who's not really well known is he really going to go back to the suburbs affiliate what be an insurance agent or something money money money money money i don't think so these guys tend to cash in so that would be my i guess however with charlie debt he really hasn't been able to stomach donald trump and maybe just can't stomach him that much anymore whatever reason it is charlie dent quitting next month is a very significant thing allow me to ask you a question do you remember connor lamb i don't know name sound familiar connor lamb bus i don't know there was a special election in pennsylvania for a house seat outside pittsburgh trolley den is outside philadelphia that's in the east pittsburgh in the west and alabama's in the middle believe me has what they say about pennsylvania pennsylvania philadelphia and pittsburgh in western alabama in between leave me and and there's a lot of truth to that in any event conor lamb won by very narrow margin in a heavily republican seats that trump won by twenty points you remember this one trump won by twenty points and then in this rural out sort of not so rural got some of the suburbs of pittsburgh i a the union guys who become republicans on connor lamb won that seat your call about a month ago well now with trolley dent leaving it seems to me they're going to have to have another special election in pennsylvania so fill the last few months of his seat i mean i don't think the governor's got the governor's a democrat i don't think he's going to leave that seat open until january when the new member takes the that would leave the people of that district without representation in congress for many months so the governor is likely to call a special election which is very interesting because the question is what district lines are they going to use because you're call that we're dying pennsylvania this is where.
"pennsylvania pennsylvania" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"In any case that was a lot of the drama yesterday but the other big story of course was the election in pennsylvania pennsylvania district eighteen it was a special election very interesting it's only for eight months really whoever whoever ultimately has that seat in congress only keeps it for eight months then they have to run again if they want to and then there's also this whole thing about redistricting in pennsylvania so that district even won't exist anymore as it was so it will be kind of a new race eight months from now with a different set of voters but in any case it really was a district that should have been a runaway hit for the republicans this is a district that went to trump by twenty points in the election and so it should have been a runaway hit and there are a lot of reasons why people are saying that is not what happened but i think in many ways you can boil it down and look a lot of people are saying is this is this a you know a comment on the midterms as it a comment on trump at the end of the day i think there is a lot more passion now on the left in there has been in a long time and also i i hope i really do think in many ways it we're seeing the end of the interest in the old guard in this divisive you know extreme versions on either side and this was a race between that between the old extreme and the new moderate young millennial thinking this was a sixty year old on the republican side in saccone versus a thirty three year old on the democratic side in lamb and yesterday when i was looking around at the two candidates i'm originally from pennsylvania she although not that part of pennsylvania so i was curious and i was looking around and i stumbled on a quote from seekonk that just set it all so many of these on the left and then they have a hatred for a president i tell you many of them have a hatred for our country and i'll tell you some more my wife and i saw it again today they have a hatred for god that was the republican candidate in pennsylvania saying that the left has a hate for trump.
"pennsylvania pennsylvania" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Creative imagination to come up with this plan on their own but they weren't even able to play defense in these one hundred seven state legislative races some of which karl rove lays out explicitly in this piece he tells them where they're going to show up so in many ways it's just diplomatical incompetence on an amazingly high order that includes democrats who watched power slip away in pennsylvania pennsylvania is the perfect ground zero for this because control of the state legislature as you head into the two thousand ten election is razor thin one hundred two democrats one hundred one republicans jankowski and his colleagues zero in on twenty democratic the seats and over the course of the summer of two thousand intend they are looking in surging and trying to identify which ones they ought to focus on and what issues they might use and as they're doing their polling and their focus grouping the hit on an idea one of the really effective messages are they find is if they use a what they call the arlen specter library in ads shook show oh they're not freight travel age her to serve the papal of pennsylvania now arlen specter was a veteran a us senator from the state of pennsylvania he had been a republican for many years he's changed parties to the democrats by this point he is not the most popular figure in the state he is about to be out of office and his papers and need a home so the republicans to set up an amazing maler and they say all of these local representatives voted six hundred million dollars for the taj mahal arlen specter library and they send these ads out energy just goes off the charts you have to remember two thousand ten is the summer of the tea party it's the summer of all of this populist anger and frustration in american politics and the idea that politicians are giving money in the mid.
"pennsylvania pennsylvania" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"Possibility that the us government spied on a us citizen on the basis and pretty flaky information was it weird to see reporter stand up and say tell us no more we don't want to know a fact unpatriotic if you want to know i've never seen anything like it in fact i commented that you know i've never in my lifetime seen open government groups and journalists so curious and begging not to be told about alleged supposed violations of citizens rights and this leads into a much larger picture i think of surveillance abuses that have occurred over the past ten twenty years involving citizens politicians and journalists so i mean just to do the opposite of putting our fears to rest this is not as uncommon as we hope it is is it i think not long before trump announced running for president i had and tell source of the contacts i'm still in touch with who have said that for a long time there has been presentation of bad evidence to the face a court to justify warrants that there has been sort of a reverse engineering win political figures wanted to target people illegally they find someone in their orbit that they can target and then capture than incidentally and then accidentally uh capture their data and unmask them acting surprised that that's who it was when that's the target they intend to the capture all along our there what they wanted tokyo what you be we're going for him brian on from pennsylvania pennsylvania for pennsylvania oh i may have senate right how are you what can they do for you credit from the budget yes please speak loud i'm not in work with the uh by any means relief that there's nothing is there's nothing and it with dhaka so i think we've dodged a bullet in that regard but not in the definitely not in love with the whole steel and books in the end um i can live with it because i think in the end i think of immigration thing we don't get enforcement of immigration laws um i think the rest of the country's gonna turn to california and not in twenty years in the next five years um now you flip florida and a couple of you know and.
"pennsylvania pennsylvania" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Eagles or or saying they got no chance i just thought it was interesting question because it seemed like the the tone is shifted that way right it feels like people have gone to they have no chance to the point where i've almost feel like people are giving them their shot against the falcons and the falcons of two and a half point favorite that probably the eagles are probably good bet today the more i think about this the mahrum convincing myself if i were a betting man i would bet on the eagles tonight because they're all this action and talk about atlanta atlanta wasn't that great this year all right another team in pennsylvania a different part of pennsylvania pennsylvania's mad long ever driven across a wide i guess mad why drive across pennsylvania and was like nothing in between pennsylvania of philadelphia and pittsburgh it's it's site what are they called pence of tukhy that part of the the state anyway the steelers they are good they are one of the two or three teams i think people give the most shot to win the super bowl rightfully so i mean they're the skill position players are as good as as it gets when it comes to a quarterback a wide receiver and a running back i don't think there is a trio that tops rothlisberger bell and brown hopefully antonio brown his health healthy for that game and ready to rock and roll but much like our last week there was some turmoil around the new england patriots at i think this is a lesser turmoil but nevertheless it comes out at an inopportune time for pittsburgh and and that's what a levy on bell set and that he would definitely consider sitting out next season or even retiring from the nfl if he was hit with the franchise tech he's only twenty five years old so my first instinct and what i think this is is posturing negotiating before negotiations come up some might say hey this is a.
"pennsylvania pennsylvania" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Percent or more on car insurance to get the calls rolling yet her but an old the twitter polas and all that stuff no tribute video for i t last night but there was one for jae crowder jae crowder right up there kevin mchale robert parish shave two years have come on you didn't ask not to get one now you do let's go to get a feel the customers amelio's in pennsylvania pennsylvania's on tiki interior warrior melia what's going on i'm great hour you okay men which gaffur um i just wanted to touch on the prospects coming in with dr um i'm just kind of curious on your take of lamar jackson you think he could possibly work out as a wide receiver as well i think he's going to play quarterback in the national football league he spent a lot of time this year working on being a pocket pass we saw earlier in the year a couple of times he will he would scramble out of the pocket each day in the pocket made some good throws down the field now because he wasn't old louisville wasn't as good as they were we just kinda got lost in the shuffle this year he added dc i mean a really good a decent he had a great season i went over thousand yards again three thousand yards passing he even he was a bowler the question is what how does he translate into the national football league as a pocket pass or or as a scrambling type quarterback like say russell wilson i don't think he's got to move to wide receiver at least not initially i think he's going to try to stay at quarterback which may be similar two a prior you know he did the same thing place that play quarterback for your priority prepping woman were couple years than ultimately made the switch when he couldn't a when he when he couldn't hang on his team asiago backed quarterback by the way made enough of it season inherent with rights 100 yeah urging yeah they got paid bundled out of the disconnect little bit of refreshed and their bodies.
"pennsylvania pennsylvania" Discussed on X96
"Of a group of young men kissing and feeding beer giorno possum have gone viral on social media prompting outrage from some people who feel that men are abusing the men are abusing the animal all there one of their men turks bear jerks can tell you can just tell by looking at and what are the man involved is a bloomberg university student in pennsylvania pennsylvania gained commission which is i think now that i think about it in pennsylvania that's the only time i've ever actually seen a an a possum in the wild paulsen i what when i lived in in pennsylvania i remember siham a fairly common the pennsylvania game commissions reportedly investigating the incident and blooms berg university said tuesday that the students action could be punishable under the schools student code of conduct the photo spread quickly on social media some of them depicted the apostle being kissed fade beer and being held up by the group another photo which the tv station chose not to show in its report depicted the possum being thrown into a trash can a university officials told wntp they'd be getting quite a few calls from people upset about the images they're probably going to expel any the one kid who was the student loans burn their bunch of boroughs yup boehner candidate number one everybody knows possums lov anything they love kisses and beer and you know being trucked into a trash can here's boehner candidate number two i'll away police in north haven connecticut have arrested a man they said implied he was going to hand out candy filled with poison to trickortreaters to veto tell people you're gonna delay detectives you do if you're a halloween detectives received an anonymous tip about alarming statements made by fiftysevenyearold ronald prison below of st john's street upon their investigation police said they found disturbing posts and videos that led them to believe the man was probably danger chris war possibly dangerous police said that press below allegedly posted comments analyzing excuse me implying that he planned to provide candy filled with poison to trickortreaters blow also reportedly reference several mass killings from around the country and dump himself the halloween the jake leisure ask can for it when you're unity they went to his home they found floors and furniture completely covered with animal urine and feces by three dogs three cats and an african a nam azzam african bird and they.
"pennsylvania pennsylvania" Discussed on WGTK
"You can get hold of our brand new not just the paperback addition of our new book the american miracle which on paper back just as you would expect it's about half the price you would have paid for it in hardcover but still the same great book and also a brand new med that history program cold connecting the continent the golden spike and has miraculously moment it's about what a lot of people who lived through it considered the greatest achievement the greatest event of the 19th century we're speaking with mark lilla about his new book the once and future liberal after identity politics he's been a notable critic of the way the democratic party is gone about its business not just in the last election but over the last thirty years mark what do you say to our last caller from louisville who called in and said look it's about social issues people which is so sick and tired of being constantly nagged and pushed about social issues i think he has in mind issues like the changing definition of marriage and others by the left do you think that was a major contributing factor to the victory by president trump well what yes i do and uh though w um you know i'm sympathetic to a lot of these changes i mean american society is changing a lot of these changes have nick good i don't think it's a question of force in a lot of these things have happened pretty naturally also you know um but uh but will however you feel about um you know uh a a party that successful knows how to handle these issues in some way so that people can agree to disagree about certain in other things are not going to agree on certain things are going to be nonnegotiable gray but the democratic party and liberals more generally because there are involved in the inner circle launch hick of movement politics which also pushed always pushes things to extreme is incapable of making compromise our learning wind to be silent about something for the greater good and so they become maximalist and you know there's this famous story which i recount in the book cubs senator bob casey um who wanted to be from nam nam brassica uh no no no uh el human of pennsylvania pennsylvania right and so being who wanted to address one of the convention's democratic.