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Influential Educators: NYC Sunday School Founder Catherine Ferguson
"Became an anchoring force. And catherine or katie's life. Though she was never taught to read or write she became well versed in the bible as a young teenager. Katie began attending a local presbyterian church. It was a largely scottish denomination and katie soon. Made an impression on isabella. graham isabella was a scottish. Born philanthropist and the founder of a school for girls when katie was around sixteen years. Old isabella graham bought her freedom for two hundred dollars. Katie was initially given six years to work off the debt but isabella later agreed to eleven months of work for one hundred dollars. Isabella's son-in-law raised the other half of the money by the age of eighteen. Katie was free. She soon married and had two children. The both died in infancy to support herself. Katie began making cakes but she soon became increasingly concerned about the children she saw on the street. The devastation from the revolutionary war along with the huge influx of immigrants created dire levels of poverty throughout new york. That was especially true in lower manhattan. Where katie had spent much of her life in seventeen ninety. Three katie began gathering children from the streets on sundays for religious instruction. They met at her home at fifty one warren street. The reverend from her church soon heard of her classes. He offered her space in a spare room of his new congregation on murray street. That's actually the street i live on. Now it's believed that katie's was the first sunday school in new york city over the course of her katie took in forty eight children. Some she rescued from the city's poor houses others from their families. She would raise them herself or help. Get them placed in better situations. Katie never had much money herself having spent it all on her children but she had an endless supply of prayers and defeat
"poor house" Discussed on Political Analytical
"Going to take the bull by the horns and create the united states of america that we're used to once again and stop all this nonsense bullshit. Twenty twenty twenty. Twenty two is just around the corner and it's not going to take long for that to be here so we need to start looking at anybody who's wanting to step up to the plate better start stepping because if not you're not gonna make it do wanna put a shout out to rick rick. Hope you're doing well man. I hope you're getting everything moved. I know he's helping. His daughter moved right now. So he's been busy with that. And i wanna thank everybody for showing up on the show and all your comments in backing even if it's a contradict jury it's your opinions and we appreciate all your opinions pop up Good or bad That's what the show's about good and bad opinions. It doesn't matter which as long as you speak to your voice in. That's what we all need to remember. That we need to do is speak our voice so until next sunday everybody you take care. Keep your eyes. Like james said to the flag and remember. We're all americans. We're all brothers and sisters here and we need to fight for our country to make sure that we don't lose it and we ended in the poor house or worse yet homeless. His away shit's going right now. It's getting really really really bad and you know in for those of you who aren't in texas. Maybe should think about moving over here. Because it's getting shitty all over the damn place. Thank you everybody once again. We love you guys. We appreciate everything that y'all have to say and we hope that everybody has a great and wonderful and safe week Try to stay out of trouble is best. You can see all nick sunday. See guys they go i guess..
"poor house" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"My nephew, Fred wife, Kate and their many hungry friends. And then he said Christmas was a humbug. And he believes it. Two more scenes for him, Fred. I'm sure he is very rich. At least you always tell me something. What about my deal? Wife? His wealth is of no use to him. He doesn't make himself comfortable with it here. Ah, Merry Christmas. And a happy new year to the old man. Whatever he is, he wouldn't take it from me. But he may have it. Just the same toe Uncle screws Tom Lebanese air. There is much more to see men who keep Christmas in their hearts, not the Saw and far they went and many homes they visited. But always with a happy end. The spirit stood beside sick beds, and they were cheerful on foreign lands, and they were close at home. By poverty, and it was rich in poor house hospital in jail in miseries, every refuge the spirit of Christmas, left his blessing and taught Scrooge as he went. At last, they returned to the streets of London for the spirits. Final lesson with the spirit had aged my time with you. Scrooge is almost done. Have you gained by what I have shown you of the good and most men's hearts. I didn't know how can I promise? I'm too old to change If it is too hard a lesson to learn that look upon these. What? Here under my robe. What? Too horrible, misshapen Children. Yellow needed scowling spirit today are yours. They are man's Children. Their names are ignorance and want be wear them both. Without the spirit of Christmas to comfort them narrow puritanism and greed would certainly release these wretched V Is upon the world. It's good having you refuge of results are there no workhouses are there? No prisons are there? No workhouses, are there No prisons are there No workhouses? Are there no prisons? Are there no workhouses or there? No prisons Long And with that the ghost of Christmas present dissolved into the mist and screwed stood alone upon the street. The conclusion of a Christmas Carol is next brought to you by Pierce Jewelers on 93 Wi. Be see numbers. Third way the number of cases rising exponentially vaccine in record time as these vaccine doses rollout comeback victory over the coronavirus. Is on the horizon. Come back 234 times a day..
"poor house" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"KSFO is Ben Shapiro make sarcasm. An artform in New York City has solved its riding in Luton Problem. Guys is exciting. Bill Deblasio is going to paint black lives matter on prominent streets in all five boroughs from self hate crap on street. Really Well, don't you look after city burned down, But you're also painting stuff on street because that's what they did in D. C and it solves crime. We're going to take taxpayer money and rebrand streets. Genius. How long before we see brilliant ideas like that? Here in the Bay Area? Shapiro weekdays it too on talk radio 5 60 ksfo Nudist colony. Yes or no? Joe Getty says yes, Jack Armstrong says God, I don't get noticed, so never have. Who wants to see average people? They're not in love with naked because you will have the reeling. It's natural. You get to shed that cocoon and be the beautiful butterfly that you want exactly want to be the opposite of a nudist colony where people like discover themselves in clothes they wear. It's called Saudi Arabia. A fundamentalist Islam Armstrong and Getty mornings on talk radio 5 60 KSFO. This's rancid Olympia, Washington tribute to Olympia, where Antifa and the Good guys are battling it out for what is all good in the world. This'll wants to come out when I had a house full of little kids, probably, but I think they say, I think they went down to the poor house. Tell me one house later, This girl's house has got a lovely noise. Molly.
"poor house" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Have, you know, And they also do a lot of charity events. This particular night they were doing a charity event where they don't on 9 11. Where they donated the proceeds of the night pot. To Stephen Siller Tunnel, the Tower's foundation, a great organization that we all know we all love. The place was packed. Staten Islanders love supporting that particular charity. They're great people, and it was packed and the line was so long for a table. That the owner let some people sit inside and wait for the table. Even the way the state liquor authority admitted that the owner told them he let some people sit inside. Because there was a pregnant woman in their party. Isn't this just insane? Joke? Isn't this just absolutely bonkers that thatyou. This's what could could actually put a family in the poor house. So Joyce is run by the O'Toole family. I don't know A lot of Irish last names. You get uncomfortable. With the choices Tavern is owned by the O'Toole family. It's a couple of brothers. It's the mom. It's dad. It's three generations and you just gonna dust this family's business. Because they get a nice thing by allowing a pregnant woman and her, you know, seatmates and tablemates to sit inside and wait for them to follow the rules and go outside. So this is why it really angered so many people on Staten Island, and I suspect that the Cuomo administration doesn't pull back and give him a little slap on the wrist. Given license back we will have a whole bunch of people standing outside in front of Joyce is supporting them in the near future, Joe. You know what, your your your Ah young guy, but you're very, very grounded and what what is with the power trip? Of these politicians, that's all for this. Jo Jo. This was not an underground nightclub. You know, in.
"poor house" Discussed on Seven: Disturbing Chronicle Stories of Scary, Paranormal & Horror Tales
"Up to his eyeballs in spirits and it tops the list of America's most haunted spots. Some say that number is grossly exaggerated. The building saw many die from the disease really that's an understatement. These people were dropping like flies during the eighteen th and early nineteen hundreds. America was ravaged by a deadly disease known as White Death to Berkeley losses this terrifying and very contagious plague for which there was no cure. Claimed entire families and sometimes entire towns in One Thousand Nine Hundred Louisville Kentucky had the highest Tiburcio losses death rate in America built on a low swampy land. The area was the perfect breeding ground for disease and in one thousand, nine, hundred, ten, a house bill was constructed on a windswept hill in southern Jefferson County. That had been designed to combat the horrific disease treatment for Berkeley were sometimes as bad as the disease itself the loans were surgically implanted in the lungs and then filled with air to expand them. Needless. To say, this often had disastrous results as did operations where re ABS and muscles were removed from the patient's chest to allow the lungs to expand further and let in more oxygen. This soaked procedure was seen as the last resort and many patients did not survive it while the patients who survived both the disease and treatments left way really hills through the front doors. Many others left through what came to be known as the bodies shoot this enclosed tunnel for the dead lead from the hospital to the railroad tracks at. The, bottom of the, he'll using a motorized rail in cable system. The bodies were lowered in secret in the waiting trains. This was done. So patients would not see how many were leaving the hospital asked corpses, tales of mistreatment and human experimentation started to trickle out and nine, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty two was finally closed by the state after a short stint of being a geriatrics senatorial. Some of the paranormal phenomena experienced since his closure has been apparitions include timmy a little boy who likes to play with rubber balls is. On Tate, the nurse who hanged herself in room five, zero to another nurse who fail from the same rooms window and scattered screams and footsteps can all be experienced while staying there this abandoned psychiatric hospital could be the basis for the next series of Stephen King novels like nobody's business next Rolling Hills Asylum East Bethany, New York, more of a stockpile of outcast the poor the widowed, the orphaned, the handicapped, the criminal, the Hollick than insane asylum for say, the former Denise Poor House established in eighteen twenty, seven counts over seventeen hundred documented. Dance some are convinced. That's a low ball number and hundreds more were buried on the property in unmarked graves paranormal activity in the fifty three, Thousand Square foot building includes screaming slamming doors, apparitions, and most famously of Roy Krause as 7-foot-5 giant who died there in nineteen, forty two there's also something known as the shadow hallway. So named because of this shadowy apparitions that peak out from the doors or shuffle and crawl around the corridor. Yes. If you WANNA go there, you can take your chances and take one of the ghost tours. Good luck. And lastly Narran term in Vienna Austria, it's unclear. What's worse this surely Morbid history that took place in Vienna's full tower. Europe's first insane asylum built in seventeen, eighty four or its current use the anatomical pathological museum, which features more than four thousand graphic gruesome abnormalities. Full of deformed fetuses and sickening wax models of untraded S. T. D.'s there.
"poor house" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Get a new segment coming up in about 10 minutes from now. Lightning. Lightning has been surprised at how much she learns on the show. I'm not even being facetious, and so she said. Can I do the last segment on Fridays? I want to tell you the things I've learned for the week, so I thought this could be this could be their really good or really train wreck. Awful. In either case, I'm willing to do it like you got the floor. In the next segment with the things that you've learned this week on the show. In the meantime, we talked to Scott went Lee every Friday at this time on V B in the middle. We talked about the restaurant business and food in General and Scott. I hate to do it yet again, but we must start with Is every restaurant on Boylston Street in every bar in the back of the wall before it's over. Yeah, it looks like that. I just have to say of an old Salisbury boy right to the old him away up. I was on that a million and a half times and I do remember them. They would come on the announcement. As you get now, let's go real real fast the other way. Which is how I never I never was up there. But, man, this is like I need to dial up the Wayback machine because I'd love to take a run at that now. Yeah, I live down the street at the time, and we were there, of course, all summer long. But back then the crowds were enormous. And then 10 years after that, there's like nobody there, so it's fully died away. And now we have now we have crowd control team's being sent out to make sure that you're behaving this Labour Day weekend. Yeah, how large of a party of my allowed tohave Is it 25 now? Is it down to that and that is outside. Not inside, Right? That's outside. So I I can't keep track of it. And I'm just mad. I'm just looking at all these economic numbers and I'm like the unemployment rate. I I almost look at it. It's fairly low, considering what's going on. But again, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, California really closed down, take those out and we're doing fine. New Hampshire's doing okay, you know, with their controlling the problem and opening up their businesses, I just wish In Boston. I don't know. It seems like all these restaurants that pop it out and dropping away. Will the city recover? How long will the city recovered? How many people are going to move out of the city at this point? I mean, you're you're talking about legendary places. This yes, went down and literally. It's happening so fast that When one place like the poor house closes you like, Gee, I wonder what's going to be next. And you name one of their neighbors. And sure enough the next day or two days later, that place goes. Yeah, We can't make it either. And you go. I was joking. I didn't mean that happen like I did read that the poor house possibly made Change that. I think they're looking for one of the owners to buy out the other owner and somehow try to get another investor in or something along that line, so hopefully they'll figure a way of Of staying open, But you know the poor house. This would be their sweets, but it's football season for them. Yeah, And and that's here. That's starting What a week and a half. If that, Ah, that's when they would really get going. But they're not gonna get the crowds anyway, so it's going to be It's just going to be difficult. It really isn't. It's just a shame that would come my turn on the news. Somebody else's closing. And every time you try and get positive news like you mentioned the national unemployment rate, which was I think he's unbelievable compared to what was going on. It's at 8.4%. I think that's mind boggling, Lee great considering But it won't matter if it is so much higher because all we apparently care about here is Corona virus, and we don't do anything but Deal with running from Corona virus, and there are consequences to that strategy and the consequences are this stuff is going to just keep happening. It's going to just keep right on stuff down. And the number one thing I hear from business owners is the complaint about Governor Baker's approach. It's like, Yeah, we're going to close this going to shut this down. Keep this closed. He's not giving them any hope. He's not really feeling their pain, and I think a great politician always feels Somebody's paid. He's not feeling their pain, and their pain is really because their houses are on the line. It's not just their businesses, their houses their livelihood. It's what they built up for 30 40 years and could be gone in a snap shot and it's not. It's the way you deliver it. Look, I know it's labor Day, and I know you want to have some fun. Just tell me a favor. Try and limited. If you're gonna have 30 people, can you maybe do 15. Instead, he goes. Don't even think about it. Your party's a too big and with sending out groups to enforce it like Back up, Calm down. No one likes to know fun guy, and they're now like they're trying to control every aspect of your life literally said. Like Do we have to live like puritans? Because it sure seems like God forbid you even think about having fun. You're gonna go to hell. Well, could I could I have 25 people in the front yard 25 in the backyard, Another 25 homicides and we rotate a man. No, you know what? I know how that goes. It's all about cars in your area and there, count them. And once you're over the limit, they're going to give you trouble. Yeah, I You know, I was seeing the people posting about some of the restaurants that were closing. They said I don't understand why they're closing. They should have put money aside for things like this. I mean, this is six months. Yeah, but I'm telling. I see that on Facebook. They don't understand how the business is work. They don't have that much capital. There's only so much you could borrow before the bank say I'm sorry I can't extend anymore because You're going to go under it. We're gonna lose money. Oh, and also like, But why did they gonna pay rent? Why can't the landlord just let him stay there? Will the landlord also has bills right? Like the longer than changes Somebody say, Oh, this is for free now, And that's one of the many dilemmas that they've had with this stuff. Governor Cuomo in New York $2 billion lawsuit, The restaurant's suing him. Did you hear him tonight? You know why I didn't hear him today. Luckily, I've heard him with the Army car also know that they're not gonna have indoor dining in New York until they can account for all whatever the number was 27,000 dining establishment to something like they were literally saying Unless we have eyes and ears on every single place, we're not gonna be doing it. Which is insane. Like, what are you doing? Yeah, I When I go into these restaurants, and I'm talking to the owners in the manager's, they're afraid to do anything wrong. And I mean that they're afraid to do anything wrong. Because if they get reported, they get shut down, and they're they're barely hanging on Now they're enforcing it themselves. I guarantee that You don't need that much. You know, militant police watching over these businesses. They just want to be open and they want to do everything by the book and actually go much further, Then they're goingto tell them what to do. But, you know, I don't know. You just can't claim him down like this. You've got to let people live a little bit as well. What do you got coming up on the radio shows Sunday at 10 A.m. here on our tail. We're going to speak with a guy that that makes jams and so and kind of jellies out of out of his place in M. Plymouth called Al's backwards, very company, and he'll make some really kind of cool things like a screwball, PB and J. That they're so good..
"poor house" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Sunshine and nice, comfortable temperatures right around 80 degrees all the way through Labor Day. We've got all those juicy details on that forecast coming up here with traffic and weather together in just a few moments. In the meantime, another Boston restaurant running into the buzz saw of covert 19 the back bays Poor house. Saying it will not make it through the virus in the bar's owners say they're selling W. P. Z's James Roses there this morning. He joins us live from the back Pay. Good morning, James. Good morning. So news of the poor house. Shutting off its taps comes just days after the force by the Garden closed its doors for good, another Boston business and staple that's been affected by this pandemic. Now honest, instagram management says. After 34 glorious years it's been It's time to say goodbye and thank you, adding that because of Cove in the bay A ship of the poor house will be changing hands, no word who might be taking over or what might become of this space in the comments customers already sharing their grief, one person saying it's heartbreaking. Another writes that they met their husband at the back at this bar back in 2012. In the back bay, James RoHaas W. B Z Boston's NewsRadio and from one legendary spots to another, this one on the cell shore Hingham Beer works is set to close as well with their brewery equipment to be auctioned off as part of their consolidation. The Boston Business Journal reporting an auction notice went up for Hingham, beer equipment and furniture. They confirmed they will close permanently with their location right near Hingham Harbor. They also have four other locations, and those are still up in the air, including the two Boston locations. At Fenway and Canal Street. Those could be reopening next spring. Salem and Framingham Beer works right now Their futures are up in the air as well. The lease on the Hagen location was up on August 31st and ownership, telling the journal Didn't make sense to keep going. They're set to auction off that equipment in just a few weeks. Italy's former Playboy Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, testing positive for Corona virus 83 year old billionaire politician famed for his Bunga Bunga sex parties is now at home in Milan, himself isolating with the virus loose. Cockney tested positive for covert after his stay at this holiday home in Sardinia. The Italian island became a covert hot spot this summer, with outbreaks linked to crowded discos. Berlusconi was photographed with fellow aging playboy Flavio be accorded a past boss of the Formula One team and owner of the island's billionaire nightclub where an outbreak occurred. DEA. Tory himself tested positive for Kobe. Meghan Williams. ABC News Roam in the Sports World Red Sox, losing again to the Braves bullpen blowing a lately it's 75 was the final at Fenway. And he was known as Tom Terrific. Spent the last of his 20 years in the majors with the Red Sox Tom Seaver has died at the age of 75 Saver has won 300 become 17 win.
"poor house" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Would you say Randy? Rhoads for thinks he's a Nola. Guy. Is. That what it is so you've probably seen him in all Japan what do you think about him? He's he's he's a professional wrestler hard hard worker. That's. Good matches against Kenta. Miyahara which is a easy to say but he's Adam though that's true Jake e league terrorist. Interesting Shaky Lee. Thank I'll be damn and then later badlands with Ray Gillen who that is but since that lands would be a type of ban that would play with Fauzi to open up a motorcycle gig. Spurs. Near. says. Does annexed have contract with full sail. Okay. I'm sure they do. Okay but listen to me. Let me say this eighty time. Did. You guys see. Did, you guys see the WWe financials? Without blinking an eyelash. They could easily continue paying for full sail every week. and run. In the Thunderdome. That they're already paying for. They gotta pay every day whether they're in the Thunderdome or whether they're not in the Thunderdome. So, why don't you pay a little more put an extreme the Thunderdome, which is a significantly better look. It'll probably help the ratings and you can just keep paying full sail but not run their. Sound like these people are in the poor house. In a moment observer live..
"poor house" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"But I'm saying like July like July Wiggly games? Yes, because think about the way baseball is moving right now. By the time we get to the spring baseball is going to start again. I think we can all assume like This loose bubble that they have this traveling bubble concept that they have with their teams. They're going to start next season on time, but that's a completely separate conversation from people coming in, and I know that so I think the moment there is some form of vaccines or there is a way to mitigate the spread of it. People will be allowed back into the ballparks because baseball is kind of found a way to keep their product going. So I think at some point in next baseball season, you'll have fans at Wrigley or again. You know what? I was trying to be overly cautious, but I would I would reverse probably my statement, and I would agree with you that at some point during the year next year when the weather becomes Outdoor stores. It's warmer. I'm with you. I think there's 1/4 of July weekend. Probably sooner than that. So I write down overly cautious. I'm not predicting at all like the Hawks are the bowl season just because you know those seasons air starting late, and therein don't rewrite and it's indoors and we don't know like how quickly the The vaccines will come. But yes, late Summer, maybe early fall next year is the earliest I see it like, I don't know. Well, everyone really want a packet. Will everyone say Hey, it's business is normal. I don't know Or will will. Will it be a slow build? Until we get a sold out crowd. We have lower the capacity crowds, but lots of people there or will people be all in saying, Hey, we're good again. I think you could get 60,000 to go to a game this September. Right soldiers? Have you seen the photos of bars in Alabama? It seems like people are already I'm telling you. By 3123323776. If you want to weigh in, it's an impossible prediction to make. But I was just thinking about that watching Wrigley Field empty watching the guaranteed rate empty, you know, seeing badminton singing, and I was a bubble, I would go a step for further and say to you I'd be mask up and I'd be taking all the precautions. But like I said, I've been on an airplane. I would be willing to do it at that. 0.3323776. We'll get all that. Plus WILBON five listeningto on ESPN. One goes home for sports clothes on exclusive weekly podcast for golfers get it on the All new ESPN Chicago AB. Sam Matters is celebrating The return of sports to Chicago and old Tom. Poor houses celebrating with us Named is one of the best beer bars in America by draft magazine. Coltan. Poor house has a wall of HDTVs, too. So there's not a bad seat in the house. Learn more about all the food and beer in old town. Poor house dot com and right now you can text Sam Adams to 31996.
"poor house" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Our final story is a classic mocktail the came out of our many year long collaboration with the world science festival as part of this annual event we have some of the greatest minds in the world to stand on stage and talk about themselves in our experience most scientists would rather be in a lecture hall talking about anything but themselves but every year if you step up one year we're thrilled to have not one but two Nobel laureates and states here's one of them geneticist homeowners live in the month I'm a geneticist size study how chromosomes are inherited in dividing cells but my story tonight will be more to do with my own genetics you probably got about an English I was born in the fifties and sixties in London and my family wasn't very rich I had two brothers I had a sister and my dad was a blue collar worker my mom was a cleaner and my siblings or left school at fifteen and I was a little bit different hi Sir we did quite well at school my plastic vans and I somehow got into university got a scholarship and then did a PhD but I wonder why I am on a different to the rest of my family will be they will leave school fifteen which is in fact what happened we didn't really have much of an on set but I felt a bit unsettled about not you know I wondered about it occasionally but I carried on with my life on the job in the university I got married I had two children and millions Serra and you know just got on with things then my parents who living in London and they returned to the country and we used to visit them regularly but the truth was it was a bit boring you know they did in the middle of nowhere nothing much happened there and my kids who attacks nine or ten or eleven got a bit bored when they went there and ceremony eleven year old had a project at school and the project was family trees I have to tell you family trees a very bad projects that have a and I said I've got a great idea you know I know you get a bit older grand mosque why don't you talk to grandma about her family tree so we get them you know we have dinner and then off Sarah trucks takes grandma next door to talk about her family tree five minutes later incomes mine mom absolutely right absolutely white and she comes over to me and she sets there's been asking me about my family tree I'm I have to tell you something I've never told you I was in my thirties Bronstein I was in my thirties just I never told you but my mom said yes she said actually I'm delegitimize this is what my mom said she to you I'm gonna just chipping born in nineteen hundred and ten hi mom wasn't married I'm should be born in the poor house she wasn't working very from a wealthy family and she was brought up by her grandmother and her mother had married somebody else who wants to was my grandfather but that wasn't the case my grandfather was unknown so I'd lost a grandfather when she turned to me and said and actually it's the same for your phone to in two sentences to grandfather well this was a bit of a shock and then I I I you know I began to think about and I thought well maybe this is where I I got some exotic genes from somewhere and these are recombined and and that's one of the different and then I I remembered that my middle name was Maxine my critic from my my dad to school Maxine William Jones and you know he was a sort of farm workers in the country that's where he came from the Norfolk and I tell you in Norfolk farm workers are not cold magazine usually this is a French Russian aristocracy sort of name and it did seem a little odd so I began to sort of the mansion the products you know I had an exotic grandfathers you know French Russian aristocrats and you know Bob Loblaw and that was why I work with with where I ended up how I was and so that single okay that seems reasonable explanation and and in articles about things like grown my career my payments of professor in the department of chair the may nineteenth me and then I got a Nobel Prize few years ago so that's all hunky dory and then.
Hospital Bills Can Have an Impact on Your Health
"Friend recently took her sick dog to the vet with stomach pains the doctor examined. The dog did some tests determined. That surgery was necessary. The doctor told her the costs after all is said and done would be about six thousand dollars but without surgery her dog would die. It was her beloved dog so she reluctantly agreed to go ahead with the surgery and decided that she'd worry about the money later. We'll things were a little bit more complicated in. The dog spent over a week in the hospital when she went to pick up the pooch she was handed a bill for twenty one thousand dollars. She agreed to pay six thousand and that was scary now. She had a bill. That was more than three times. The estimate. This is outrageous. I don't know if the cost is outrageous of it seems pretty high for basic surgery but expecting a bill for one figure and getting one that is three times higher seems criminal. I wish I could say that. This was a problem only in the Veterinary World. But it is not certainly far. Fewer people have health insurance for their animals then have health insurance for themselves but hospitals are notorious for billing practices that place people in the poor house leader bankruptcies or cause enormous emotional and financial stress. A sick person who visits the hospital expects good high quality care delivered in a compassionate manner when they are sick and are being admitted to a hospital. They are not concerned with affordability. In fact they may not even realize that prices for the exact same procedure say hip replacement or an appendectomy or an. Mri vary from one hospital to the next and often not by a small amount when the bill comes there is often the same sort of sticker shock when the person can't pay the hospitals that portray themselves as the pillars of our community as institutions. That really care about our health and are doing cutting edge research to get US healthier. What do they do? They sue people for not paying their bills. Wealth alone foundation points out. That hospitals are rated regionally and nationally but these rankings often have nothing to do with poems. What is a plume? We made up that term but a pompeo AM is patient oriented outcomes that matter. Why can't we rank hospitals on their successful medical outcomes how often they're surgeries get infected or how many people are victims of medical errors or how often hospitals supicions and while we're at it why not provide patients prices that allow us to compare each hospital for say elective procedures with a national average high quality? Clinical Care and financial costs can both severely impact stations patients deserve information and these sorts of comparisons will allow for competition between hospitals. That we'll both drive prices lower and increase the quality of
"poor house" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"As a bindle staff well how he's he's just taking cuts run a cues from the front runners you know Joe Biden's old I was raised a poor black child this is as you know if it's working for them I should start buying I don't think it's working for mo isn't weld there ahead of him working is about a Tom sire he was at home my mom was worn it was worn in many apple is everybody in Minneapolis early in a in a in a hobo camp in a poor house where does mean board in Minnesota make you poor I didn't know this I guess I'm just not not that familiar with the at the upper Midwest yeah and she won she was a school teacher in in New York like a say river and I was born in the Bronx than she does it tell you her family moved to west Chester County which was about two years old she went to Boston University where the tuition is about seventy grand a year but I'm from the Bronx I'm like J. lo I'm the girl from the black eight four four five hundred forty two forty two grace has the day off today so we'll just be going back will take a lot of calls here I I'm I'm hopeful that they're gonna wrap this thing up so that when we come back on Monday not only will the Super Bowl be over but this this fiasco we'll be over how we Kerr they call it the trench manned.
On This Day in History: "A Christmas Carol" is Published
"Nineteenth a Christmas. Carol was published by Chapman and hall on a stay in eighteen forty three. It's really likely that you have have heard this story. Ebony scrooge cruel in stingy man is mean to his employees and everyone else around him on Christmas Eve he's visited by the ghost of his former. Mr Partner Jacob Marley followed by the spirits of Christmas past present and future. It was written of course by Charles Dickens and it's become a Christmas this classic and right from the beginning when it was published. It was an instant blockbuster. Dickens got the idea for this in the spring of that year after he we read a report on child Labour at this point child labor was extremely. Common increased urbanization and industrialization in the nineteenth century had had led to children working in factories often. Working incredibly long hours in dangerous and inhumane conditions often with things like rules that seem seem draconian cruel there were assembly lines hauling coal dipping matches. A lot of these working children were even housed above the factory in dormitories so their work was basically their whole lives and for people who were poor and could not find work. There were work houses and they had appalling conditions. Going to a workhouse was actually required by La under the poor law of eighteen. Thirty four if you were poor and had no work and can support yourself. You had to go to the poor house but intentionally the poor houses were so awful. No one wanted to go there. At first. Dickens had plans to write a pamphlet that was going to be called an appeal to the people of England on behalf of the poor man's child and like its name suggests is going to be a pamphlet about the horrors hours of poverty and child labor but soon he decided that a work of fiction might be more effective and he wrote that work of fiction over just a couple of months in the fall all of eighteen forty three. The big moral of the story was that it was up to employers to treat in pay their employees well on on a more practical level than the benevolent goal of encouraging. People to be more generous toward the poor dickens also needed to pay his own bills particularly after spending a lot of money on a tour of the United States the year before so he wrote a story that he thought would sell and it did the first print run of a Christmas. Carol was six thousand copies and it was sold out in a week by the next year. There were fifteen thousand copies in print. Although although Dickens didn't actually earn as much money off of it as he wanted to a lot of this was really of his own making it was at his request that they had. I used very fancy gilded bindings with the book itself full of Etchings and woodcut such were very expensive. He wanted this book to be beautiful and it was but it was also expensive and he even ordered last minute changes to the title page and the end pages because the first ones didn't measure up to what he wanted he had hoped to make a thousand pounds off of this book and instead his first payment was for a hundred and thirty seven pounds even though oh he didn't make nearly as much money as he wanted though he was really really happy with how well this book sold and with how much of an impact it seemed to make and people's humanitarian perspective on the issue of poverty and Child Labor. Today there are so many adaptations of this work and that started pretty much immediately. People were writing plays based on a Christmas Carol right from the very beginning today there are plays and movies and TV shows and musical scrooge. It goes on and on and it's hard to get through a Christmas season without being reminded of it somewhere.
Lawrence Weschler: And How Are You, Dr. Sacks?: A Biographical Memoir of Oliver Sacks
"Today I have a special guest his name. He's been on the show before is Lawrence Weschler. He's writing a book about someone else who's been on the show fight a few times. That's Oliver Sacks. Oliver one of my favorite guests and I had the excitement of learning that he was one of Lawrence. Weschler 's coasts Closest Friends Godfather to Lawrence. Wash lers daughter Sara. Yes yes. Of course you're going to want to read Oliver Sexes owned autobiographical writings. But you will learn something both about friendship and the interaction of two minds that in thirty years I never really parted company. They were talking constantly and at a time when we're forgetting what it's like to have friends that you don't fight with without making up within twenty hours. Think of all the people you'd stop. Stop being able to talk to Gore Vidal or Norman Mailer Susan Santen. And they're they are Lawrence Weschler my guest and end the great neuro physician. What did he call himself? He called himself a clinical oncologists. What did we? We used to go on rounds. Rounds Ed Ed We would be dry in those days. This is back in the early eighties and by the way it's with knowing that the when I I was getting hanging out with him I'm in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine hundred eighty one. He was largely unknown. AWAKENINGS had come out but nobody had read it ten years after it had been published in Nineteen in seventy three. I interviewed the publisher in England. Colin Hay craft the first edition had been fifteen hundred copies and they had not yet sold out. I mean it's it's amazing but anyway the point is we would go on on rounds and he in those days was and pretty much through his life was mainly going institutions and poor houses and so forth you will gospels. They were status poor houses. They were you know places where people are warehouse where he specialized it you know. And and he said that's where where the jewels are. You know you have all the time in the world. Nobody's expecting anything but any case So he would be driving between them and what you know I think of myself as a clinical oncologists apologist you know analogy is the philosophy of being. You know what. Why is there something rather than nothing and so forth? And he said my I am somebody for whom the diagnostic diagnostic question of the kinds of people I see is how are you. How do you be? What is it like to be you and here we are? This is the title of the book. And how are you Dr Sour you doctors and it's an autobiographical memoir memoir and my guests. Lawrence Weschler is a specialist in the creation of what he calls writer writer Louis Nonfiction. Which I think you know we've discussed on the show in the past literary nonfiction what what I call readily nonfiction is non-fiction in which the writing matters you right if the reading matter and you read the writing mattered? That's my definition. You do classes. Yes you teams this and you see I knew Ren Weschler when he was a young man in Los Angeles Los Angeles was home. There were people like Carole Eastman who wrote five easy pieces who called US invaders. Jack Potter's she felt. We were here to to rob the natives of their do I used to see Lawrence Weschler in a bookstore called intellectuals and liars tires wonderful place who was a wonderful wonderful place once upon a time and not very long ago a bookstore was a place ice. Will you hung out. You sat around may be ready chapter of something you were considering buying where you crease the pages in the poetry books will you read it out loud. Everybody so I I met Lawrence Weschler and he'd written terrific things was it mostly for the weekly I would right. I was the only person who was awry. Loud right for both the L. A. Reader and the L. A.. Weekly the Qazir writing was so good and no Alan would turn you down and it was fascinating because he went off to New York not yet thirty years old. I had unwritten. I'd spent three or four years with Robert Irwin. The artist who was who was already then probably one of the top ten artisan America but the one who was least known because he never allowed his work to be photographed. He most of the work didn't exist anymore and and I had an occasion. Why that happened? And then I wrote a book based on the conversations nations and are manuscripts forgetting seeing is forgetting the name of the thing one sees was the title nine thousand nine hundred eighty. I had six or seven Rave Steve Rejections from all the New York publishers. All them saying they wanted my next book. But how could they be expected to publish a book on a California artist. That's that's nineteen eighty But I said at the New Yorker and it was accepted kind of over the transient which was extremely. You know lucky on I mean. I always say that he does that. They get fifty thousand manuscripts year of this type and maybe a hundred of them are worth publishing and they published two of them and going that hundreds of that too was just luck and there was the famous lunch with the top editor. The head of the shocker. Mr Shawn was at the Al Gunk Right Hotel by the way. Says you know it's Apparently I live in California. We're going to hire you but we're very live in California. Can you but I mean where were you born. I said Ben is and California Baby. Where'd you go to high school? I said I'm high and I could. College Judge Santa Cruz either. I just didn't make any sense at all but he kept on drilling until he was able to establish that all of my grandparents were released. Jews which case okay. That was okay. You mention a name name that I haven't seen her thought about in years. Maurice Natan Somehow he was Donald Barthelme. These great world was amazing about him. I used to go to classes and Santa Cruz. He has a phenomenology as a philosophy professor and he looked like Martin buber looked like God basically but that I would go go because it was like sitting in on Donald Martha Stories one after another you. It was just an entertaining. No not when I was taking the cats had just go there and years later when I saw Barthel may I asked him. What does your great influence that? When I was at the New Yorker Enescu was becker? He's I had this professor. At the University of Houston Maury Dayton said and had they abide melted was really. I'm talking to Lawrence Weschler. Who is also known by his friends as Ren Weschler and We're talking about around his book. And how are you Dr Sex. You know we were of the generation. Yes you got. Talk to be close to Robert Irwin and to our mutual friend art spiegelman on I got to be coast to Donald Barthelme. John Barth was the time with wonderful. Nobody had read awakenings as I was graduated. Maurice Natan said I'm graduating seventy four. The book had been published in seventy three mornings and thrust this book into my chest and said read this us and and I get around to reading it right away but when I did read it in seventy nine I sent a letter to Oliver. That's how how we begin the influenza right right. After World War One killed more people than all of World War One it probably affected hundred million but twenty million were killed of those who survived live particularly young people age that we were back in the days of intellectuals and liars five or six years later began suddenly in the middle of their day's Day's coming to stop you know and they were in trammelled in this statue like Situation for thirty years they were just warehoused and then Oliver came upon this population and began to realize that. Some some of these people at this institution. We're we're different than others and had the heroine notion that some of them were that these people were completely alive inside something he knew because he had these incredible experiences and so forth which is a different story but the point is that the rookie writes about their situation about giving the Mel dopey about their coming alive about the horrible tribulations afterwards. His great theme of of Fate and freedom as he used to say when he got his is bound galleys awakening in one thousand nine hundred ninety two. He sent it the first copy of Bengali. To auden and Auden who in those days Osha the days of thank you fog and so forth Is a master of adjectives and auden sends back a letter. Saying I WANNA thank you for your delightful manuscript which is the most amazing thing to say about awakenings. But it's true. There was an invasion long. Before the British invasion of the Beatles was an invasion of the Brits to America and that including W.H. On Thom Gunn and Tom Gun and Oliver Sacks ax here you have this legendarily kind. Man Who wears leather across across America period crosses American motorcycle. lives I up north in the bay area. And then then down here where this neurophysiologist. But let's say more this genius this eccentric this beautiful unaccommodating person who could only be his self. He was very close to his mother. was the first woman she was the first woman. Surgeon in England She she was formidable character and they knew they had a prodigy on by the Orthodox Jews and her husband was also Dr They knew they had a project. Didn't know what to do with him and she would do things like when he was eight years old. She would bring home Stillborn fetuses 'cause she was an OBGYN surgeon For him to dissect because that would probably be interesting for him and when he was twelve she took him along to the autopsy of a twelve year. Old Boy who committed suicide that would probably be interesting. They had a very close relationship of and then when she found out that he was gay she tore into him. She called him an abomination. I wish you had never been born. And went on like that. And that was when he was eighteen when he finishes his Medical School at Oxford he is a bat out of hell. Getting out of England. Finally when he's out of England he is in motorcycles. He is On the fringes of hells angels where. He's known as Dr Squat because he is also the California state heavyweight lifting champion. Yes he used to hang out at muscle beach and must do all the body builders. He'd come to California because of Tom Gun. Actually who was okay with US homoerotic imagery and so forth in the Patriot. Way that he oliver wasn't yet are never would be actually but But in any case for three or four years I I up there then down here in. La He was led this extravagant and especially drug-fuelled life. The reason was able to recognize those guys at the the statues. I choose as being alive with because he'd been there too and in each of the pieces that I've heard of yours. You begin with a strong subject if you are out there wanting to ride writer Lee nonfiction. Don't think you can do it with just anything. And and Oliver Sacks does not come on every day of the week and Lawrence Wessler my guest hand the the great talent of interesting the people who interested him and so all of her sacks by the time they'd spend time together wanted a profile by the young Lawrence Weschler who was this new at the New Yorker The New Yorker. Let me give you some history. Here was famous for hiring people from Harvard. When he asks Excu where you went to school when Mr Shawn asks the it's because he's expecting Harvard to crop up somewhere in the itinerary? What are you doing going coming to school at? UC Santa Cruz And so in a certain way you are as original and strange a presence as sunny about Santa Cruz and my graduating class at Santa Cruz at Calle College to under people in one thousand nine hundred four three of them became New Yorker Writers Bill Finnegan allocation has also. Oh I love Bill Finnegan. We were classmates all the way through.
"poor house" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"poor house" Discussed on KOMO
"Still processing what's next for their Huskies we'll have to wait and see what after hearing that Peterson was moving to a different position within the athletic department one fan told me that it seemed like the right move for Peterson right now fans for the Huskies will be able to see Peterson coach one more time and that'll be out whichever bowl game the Huskies get into the problem come on it send news conference scheduled for about nine o'clock and you'll hear it here on Cologne is the main entrance to the king county courthouse is now shut down almost Liestal has more from downtown Seattle projects Seattle team has been showing you several attacks outside that Third Avenue entrance recently the defense attorney was hit and employee here at the courthouse was punched in the back of the head jurors even a judge told us they feel unsafe just trying to get in the poor house the leaders are trying to find ways to make Third Avenue say for a judge issued that emergency order saying the Third Avenue entrance has deteriorated jeopardizing the public safety of anyone trying to enter or leave next Tuesday the government accountability and oversight committee is going to hear testimony about those attacks and try to come up with a long term plan but for now third Avenue entrance is going to be closed that emergency order says it is closed until at least the end of the year coming up on the come a morning news it's the future right so where's my flying car I'm core when he Clive it's getting closer with Boeing on board let's find out how the cars on the road movie actually traffic now with here Jordan we're hearing of any crash in can't north at one six seven year two seventy seven that's blocking the left general purpose lane and that's what's causing the slow down into that area north at one six seven is also busy through much of Sumner northbound I. five pack from highway sixteen to River Road if you continue to travel north the drive time from better way to Santa's coming in around forty minutes south an I pod that's getting busier as you're heading out of the Mary still area but then after that it's not too bad and northbound four by that's building between state route one six nine and signs that our next caller traffic at five fourty four traffic this time is brought to you by Preston and it freezes this winter keep your car running with presto the anti freeze only pressed on superior formula works immediately protecting your engine from the elements to keep your engine running better choose presto today look at the weather now your set point of the full couple forecasting a decent day out there although the clouds we take it times and high temperatures in the low to mid.
Street artists of Port Moresby
"The capital of Popular Guinea Port Moresby getting its first taste of street art as a city with serious security and crime issues. These streetscape suggest really littered with high walls barbed wire and graffiti prefer year one. Big Wool has been slowly changing that P. and G. Correspondent Natalie wanting met with the young men adding a touch of color to the city for almost two year thing watching is groups of young men paint a huge wall that surrounds estate mm-hmm knee where I leave in Port Moresby every time I drive past on amazed by the latest developments and the artwork is often a talking point among my friends slowly each panel has been transformed from grey concrete to a scene bursting with life there are traditional painted faces and boats rugby league players independent scenes it's truly incredible and beautiful after watching it's a month's swung I finally pulled out Tila chat to the office take a document attributed a young man named told me Ella is working on a painting the young woman most of the boys here wiccan not educated about nine no none of them went through unity the city you most of them came here with us from the local supplements and community they came here and they lent out the paint and most of the now they're very good you can come around yourself in Sierra on the worst the only the only professional these writings are boss was but all of us none of us went about this but we came here and we learn how to paint and now you can run you can see the worst of done brilliant I would certainly say you are all artists judging by what I'm looking at because it is so beautiful and and I can't believe that none of you have had formal training had you done much painting beforehand or is that just been learning on the job moving loaded job loosely the our bosses my uncle so I've growing up I've seen painter painting drawing and so I started US getting behind him and looking what is twinned lending from him I've become a very good I could say the voice would say could add eh they're all working for group cold toolbox productions the head artist pay to Ella has designed the work which they're painting and the painter you'll Iowa explains the concept mostly the other garrone here for the with the people that own the land and most of the pictures depict the lifestyle traditions and all that also the independence our independence was gained here just proclaimed this where we put this to get most because of the it's been a push recently to try to beautify Port Moresby Spike ins have been banned as a way to try to curb graffiti the young painter slack Tommy Allah have been getting a good response from the public right now I'm working on uh faith in the front face of or our province Gal and it's a I I would say it's my masterpiece yes out say out of all the things done so far this must have be and you can hear I would say you would say oh the buses come and stop in there and say oh good one oh you're not the dog a good one you and kids supposedly kids I'm happy to see kids coming up wall and it makes me feel very very happy and it's fantastic meal sense of pride among the ashes the project is also providing much needed work for them it's not very hard it's not you're not gonNA leave a very big heavy that's all boss say you're gonNA leave the very heavy thing and walk around or no boss is going to come in view instructions and what they do you just going to stand up brushing fan and that's most of the most of the voice right now they're working they get in something the pockets putting food on the table for that it's very nice for good number hip and see records a pretty good job then standing in tiny I love it I love it I've been working different different jobs over this time I'll just come in and just feeling the wind in the sun on my face to sit down and just painting and people come in and just the beginning saying it's all very beautiful it's just I'm happy I I'm GonNa do this I wanna do all my life is hoping that we could say more of these projects in in other parts of the Port Moresby saying you know really beautifying the city and seeing more of this artwork on display differently definitely research that this is a big thing for them and people respect this but I know this is just starting off so hopefully during this time Zone we we're GonNa do this and we're going to be the CDN hopefully go to other provinces as well thought more speed has a lot of issues to deal with if crime poverty poor housing and while some street art can't overcome all of that it's good to say it being so well received and affected kilowatt says that's what's inspiring them or it's been posted comments has been good we've we've Sofa android over because of the push to tennis next limiting so it's been good so far so but can I say group and it seems that people are really respecting an appreciating it I haven't seen much graffiti or things like that have you where it's needed so five gravity's out it's out it's definitely not not if you can see you know walk around the World however he said they are still having a problem with boomer y that's not that paypal chew and then spit a bit like chewing tobacco the trying encourage people not to speech on the wall. The groups now being commissioned to working other parts of the city once this project is finished because we are part of the part of a history history around here so we in the long run I think the boys it was a part of something that's really really worth were put mostly artists Gila a
"poor house" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"New construction yeah but even that though like even if you don't own boss who's building it I I understand that new construction and make sure you get a guy that comes over and does a full work up on the entire house make sure you get a thorough inspection new construction thorough inspection or condo for condo or rent don't buy those it's a it's a worthwhile investment it is in the right house if you get the wrong house basically put you in the poor house yeah break your heart it is I'm angry I really yeah either I really involved watch the strokes with the Yankees in the ALCS as well they'll be in the top yes well gotta go make me wanted to happen for you it looks like the game played on Thursday night in windy conditions last night wasn't pretty between the patriots and the giants New England surviving thirty five fourteen scoring touchdowns also blocked punts and a fumble return bill Belichick's team is six in L. comma all game you know it's time to get three scores in the game or non offensive touchdowns it's scholar season's worth all happen in one game that third non offensive touchdown was a giant returning a Tom Brady fumble for six points Brady was also intercepted he didn't throw for a touchdown but he did score on two QB sneaks and he passed Peyton manning for second all time in passing yards giants rookie QB Daniel Jones picked off three times but did throw a sixty three yard touchdown to golden Tate the first passing school where the pats have allowed this season the Houston Astros jumped on the raise in their first in game five four runs off Tyler glass now but didn't score again until the eighth however eighties Robert.
"poor house" Discussed on KTOK
"New castles newly extended gaming floor with approximately three thousand electronic games to play new castle casino I forty four exit one oh seven Denise thank you for hanging on. yeah well we are almost by region all this stuff about the trip down what everybody being right yeah I have a confession to make I am a space race. I space race space race is to five dot at least five times in my life in high school I have painted myself blue or green. die and. read it as a martial. yes you are our races. what have you got against extraterrestrial wanted you got don't you want to open our borders and let these people and to the the freedom you enjoy as an American. all of course and I'll tell you what I'd blender idea and just being short growing antennas. Desiree's get into your hair does raise for everybody the knees great story David's on oak law as on newsradio one thousand Katie okay call the city high all right thank you for taking my call absolutely I've been listening to some of the callers talked about you know the the the socialist Democrats. your adwords tossed around a whole lot yeah and as my practice is this a minute on I know it's gonna be a campaign work for the upcoming elections. but you know but but but socialism is always minister word that a lot of people abused. when it came to certain things that happen in this country not some of the banking law that was passed you know during the depression yeah that was considered social yes it was social security I was an Oscar word people absolutely Medicare I keep going model number one. United States you'll the highway the highway bill is passed yes don't only think so there there's the you know the the people getting confused with a lot of the stuff Sonny social programs Medicare Medicaid no local to a larger social programs was ever put on this one this country but there are millions of Americans that use that every day yes a lot of them out of the poor house wells kept a lot of mine to the poor house it's kept a lot of them along a life yes alive definitely now that my point is is is is you know what let's not cast this too awful much I mean I know there's a happy medium between you know you know that and that and that's what's wrong today is is what we're not coming to the middle so many if you're not going to get everything you want okay but here's what here's what and and that first of all the David you're right about the. not the nomenclature well I guess it is the nomenclature here is being misused the the lack the word that everybody should be using and what the Sandra because the Cortez's of the world should be accused of just one example yeah yeah she don't let me see she to me David she's way beyond socialist she's full lawn bowl full blown full red communist she wants the cut the government to control everything that's not socialism and that but that's just one person now yeah that's just one person and you can go on the far right and you've got for extremism on the ride that that this try to pass bills. okay yeah you know we don't have anybody in office who is a full fledged not see claiming of white privilege and nobody in the house of representatives is doing that nobody in the Senate is doing that but you have a cause your Cortez who doesn't want the government to regulate everything she wants. everything and our help or she's got well not very far but she's got a a vocal ups circle of friends that are cheering her on when but that but they're not going to get anywhere no I'm not gonna get anywhere Dave the significance here the significance here is that don't you see it seems to be dragging them the Democrat party down with it and nobody seems to understand the dead the Democrat party is a drift because of the because you'll Cortez and the in Lyle Mars of the world and and well yeah but I mean but but you've you've always ten minutes this this yeah I mean it's a it's a it's a it's a tactic in that yes you know you had you had you've got you know during the during the two thousands and you know you had the Fargo had members of the far right and that that's that is where we made a mistake in this country yes you know were were more more leaning towards tribalism now and that and that yeah we're we're we're very divided nation and and and you've got this group that I'm like this group and I was not one thing about all my life and that but but then but then I want to hate this part of the space just because you disagree you don't need I don't well and I think David you're going I I do agree first of all I I agree that we are being divided and I agree that tribalism is resulting but at but I I think first of all it has a lot to do with social media because it's very easy to join a group of people with whom you agree on a social platform and and lionize those who do not so there's that and then secondly I think we have a group of people who are continuing to try to keep us divided so that they can better control it and that is where the because you'll Cortez's come in and actually to me are even more dangerous I understand what you're saying that it's always been that way I am optimistic that they're not going to undo our country and take our country down the road we don't want to go but still if the if the Democrats are wonder what the problem is that's where they need to look in my opinion a. four one thousand Lee Mathews Katie okay dot com it's the dry this report is sponsored by McDonald's I'm loving it from the CBD place USA total traffic studio we're seeing some heavy delays building up on I forty four there's been a crash reported on the westbound side of the roadway your southwest fifteenth street racing at least a fifteen minute delay to get through the area traffic is slow back to northwest thirty six street I'm Shannon Sampson from the Katie okay traffic center get the morning going at McDonald's right now get to sausage McMuffin sandwiches or two sausage biscuits for just two Bucks then you'll up with any size hot coffee for just.
"poor house" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Gonna make a lot of people. Head to the poor house. And every time I say this, I get criticized what are you got to have? Go ahead. What's your problem, you do it on the phone? Yeah. You can just bid on your phone already. So, yeah. I mean that's a whole walk across the stadium. But, but the point being you're at the ballpark, you go for a little haiku out and get a beer place, a vet while you're there, I guess, but every time I say this, I get five or six guys on my Twitter, that say you're out day you don't get it, blah, blah, blah. This two thousand nineteen but another forty year old UNLV story, but Larry I seem. He pull standing there where every guy who's happy as five six seven guys losing their ass. I I'm just telling you toss up. You. I know what and you want your kid to go. So what? So what I mean I hate to say that. Problem. You know, I mean. Yeah, if I if I drink vodka to my head for the next seventeen hours, I'll be dead. Yeah. So what you know, should I should? We outlaw vodka because I could do that. No. And people have the discipline themselves, is it going gonna is going to be a great advancement for the people that can handle it. It's going to be a tale of woe to the people that can't, and I would say that the security inside stadiums will have to be increased dramatically once this stuff happening, once it's prevalent that you've got thousands of people wagering on the games suddenly, you're going to have a raucous crowd. That's not just, you know into it, but actually invested and then could get ugly and up a play. The old thing. I know I guess, I want my son to grow up and say, dead, the forty Niners can beat the Rams, blah as opposed to, hey, dad, what's the spread on the Rams?.
"poor house" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Going on this property you own Ralph. Yes. Okay. And who do you own it with? Oh. What do you call it? The common law you they don't have common line anymore. So your ex correct. Are you together anymore? Yeah. We're together. What do you call it live together, you call it living together? Cohabitating? There you go cohabitating. Yes. And why do you want to change it? The tennis and common. Recover both poor house. We have to either one of us. Up in the restaurant. Yeah. You sound like a mess. That's true. All right. If both of you are willing to do it. If there's no issue, then it's a very simple process. You simply transfer the deed to each of you for tenants in common, and you can do that on the internet. You can do that with anybody. That knows real estate. You can a friend of yours can do it because it's a simple form on the internet. You just do the transfer you pay the transfer fee, and you have attendance and common. But let me ask you. I do not want to leave your property to your co habitant if you die. Oh, yes. Okay. Oh, we have also have a delivery trust. He's.