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"prudie" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

07:37 min | 3 months ago

"prudie" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Doyle a lesson and I'm Jeff Tyminski. Our phone number is 1 802 831 Oh 1.5. Okay. Fun question. This'd is, uh, this'll is nothing controversial, but I thought this could be kind of cool to have a little look inside People's lives here, friend of mine and Facebook, put up a question and answer it herself. Simply asking what is the oldest thing? That you still use the oldest thing you own that. You still you sounds my wife count, but, um, Chiche, you know how many people said that in a comment Sections? Yeah. Worse than that. Other people were saying my body, so let's take those off Dale no actual things and she said, I have my grandmother's Dutch oven. And her meat grinder. I don't know how old Yeah, um Unfortunately, every time I heard Dutch oven I only think of the slang so it kind of made me laugh, but anyway So she got, like just the ton of people commenting on this And of course, I got sucked in here and some some of the people's responses. My walk. Somebody has a walk that is 32 years old and going strong. Guy says he has a Bose radio circa 1996. That's his oldest thing that he still uses. And by the way, I'm obviously we're asking you the same thing. How would you answer that? The oldest thing that you own that you still use 1 802 831 on 1.5. Woman named Belinda says. I have my grandmother's cedar chest. I believe it's close to 100 years old. There's a weird one. Have this collection of fountain pens, and my favorite is from 1923. I try to use it as much as possible. When they say Fountain pen. Is he talking like the thing that you literally like, fill up in the little ink? Well, I don't think so. No, I would not have found. Then they have those weird ends on them. And if you have flip him, you can flip the Yank out of him. Remember those fountain pens? No. I've got a gap. I just know pens, and I know the old oil ones that Well, no, no, uh later than a quill but older than the older than the pens that I'm used to. I think there's a pen in between. And this girl off cap. I think you're talking. Yeah. Did you fill it yourself? I think so. Yeah. You did. Fill it yourself. Yes, but not the kind of thing like with a little tip that you didn't know you didn't dip dip? Yeah. Gotcha. Gotcha. Uh, Another one is Hold up. I lost it. Here is another one is Oh, I think this one. Probably a lot of people would come up with My car, a 2005 Toyota Corolla and still running Well, so his oldest thing is 15 years. Wow. Hmm. Now here's one. This is really old. I have a kitchen are mwah that is made from hand hewn cedar That is 170 years old or older. Still uses it are at an antique. That is, Yeah, but how would you act like? How would you answer it? What do you think? I keep thinking what the oldest thing I have would be, but it's something that you still, you see, That's the hard pain that I have a bunch of my mom's stuff. It would go back way back, but it's probably stored. I don't use it now. See, that's the difference. I think I have an Afghan that one of my grandma's made probably 50 years ago. Mm hmm. I use that. Okay, that might be it. Yeah, I mean, 50 years. Half a century, you might be with Grandma. I had to Grandma's who are both like Afghan didn't fools. Everybody has all these Afghans. Maybe it was one of these. The grandmas who actually used to work in industrial luminous and lost a finger. She couldn't it like you're nobody's business even without a finger. Absolutely. Wow. Afghan knitting fools. They were probably four Afghans. Remember that? The thing that I had on the longest was this old clock radio, but that went away a long time ago. So as far as what I still have, now that I still use I don't know, man. It's probably like It's probably a piece of furniture. I'm going to guess. I think because, like I've moved enough where you tend to jettison a lot of things, you know. So I don't know. I got to come back to my own question. We just got rid of her. We just got rid of my recliner, which I got when I only had one kid. So it's at least 22 years old. Yeah, You mentioned that right? That's that's so that that's a That's a good long time. What about you? What is the oldest thing you own? That you still use? 1 802 831 on 1.5 John from West Trenton. You're on New Jersey 11.5. Hey, guys, Jones got in a I got a name FM clock radio I bought from Cal door back in 1984. I still used to the numbers flip over. No, it's just you have the hand dial it and turn it yet and they have to adjust. The numbers physically have to change the time, but it still works. The radio store works the alarm stores stores so so like The numbers are literally like a little panels that like turnover and click into place. Now it's digital, but digital pushed it down the change it, but it's still 1 37 years old. That's Prudie seven years ago, a digital clock radio man that was cutting edge That probably was that was probably among the first. Cell door. Yeah, I remember. Yeah. You know, when you said cal door you blew my mind. I remember Cal door sort of. Why, John, Thanks for your call. Wouldn't thought about Cal door, but I remember Cal door. I don't know why I associate Keller with Ames. There must have been a calendar or near and aims somewhere, and neither of them exist anymore. But I'm not going to Cal door and remember going to Ames looking for the same thing. And so that is inextricable link in my head between those two defunct stores, But I bet you don't remember what the thing was having No idea. See, he's just remember that part and I think it was in Hamilton. I don't know. Yeah. Robyn Green. Brooke, You're on New Jersey One on 1.5. Yes. Good afternoon, guys. Retired Police officers, 55 shot revolver that I still carry off duty I've had for my whole career and I bought it from the officer who had carried him. Fryer. It's 35 years old. And still in fine working order. Perfect order haven't changed a thing. She would it twice a year. Wow! What is considered old for for a firearm. Well, they don't get over Volver has already been carried anymore, really law enforcement And in fact, he even tried to qualify. What do in summer Volver. That's all old school Barney Miller stuff right there. Yeah. Did you? Yes, since they're generally not carried any more Did you have to get some special permission to use that or now? Will be chief signs off on all on all weapons you qualify with obviously student enough, buddy, and he often that I brought it bought it from was a sergeant from that department. So it already had been shot. You know, multiple times. It was in good working order, so I bought it. Gotcha. It's pretty cool. Yeah, Yeah, that is. Why, Rob, Thanks for your call. All right, we're asking. This is a Facebook question that I thought was kind of interesting. What is the oldest thing that you own? But you still use 1 802 8311.5, Joe and Manville. You're on New Jersey one on 1.5..

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"prudie" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:31 min | 4 months ago

"prudie" Discussed on 600 WREC

"All morning long your next report at 6 50 on NewsRadio, 1055 w E. R C It's time to see what's going on with our forecast for the day. Matt Daniels here from Fox six, and We're starting out a little chilly, huh? Yeah, it's like April Fool's joke is a January and you know we're looking at temperatures in the thirties this morning and only warming up into the lower fifties. The big story the wind When advisor in effect we're looking at winds sustained 15 to 25 gusting at 35 MPH. And then it turns cold tonight, the winds calm down. We got a freeze warning effect, so make sure you protect cover up your plants bring those pets inside. His lows drop down in the upper twenties. Lower thirties. Warmer weather, though expected as we go into the weekend, and then next week I'm w B R. C. Box six meteorologist Matt Daniel, with Alabama's Morning news right now we do have clear skies and 37 news radio 1055 w. E. R C It is 6 43 Alabama's morning news. I'm JT is everybody is working to get their vaccines and get this pandemic behind us. We continue to learn more and more every day and get new information from the vaccines, the medicines and what code will mean for all of us? Long term, joining us now healthy living specialist Dr Eric know Prudie. To talk about what's going on with some long code patients, Doc, Welcome back in thanks to you for being with me..

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"prudie" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:08 min | 4 months ago

"prudie" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Us. We continue to learn more and more every day and get new information from the vaccines, the medicines and what code will mean for all of us? Long term, joining us now healthy living specialist Dr Eric know Prudie. To talk about what's going on with some long code patients, Doc, Welcome back in thanks to you for being with me. Well, Good morning this morning. How are you today doing great. So when we talk about long, covert patients we're talking about folks it get it and then They feel bad longer than most folks, right? Correct. We're talking about every small percentage of people that whenever they do get exposed to covert, they end up having symptom mythology, some for weeks and some even months after the you know the start of the infection. Right. And there's also you know, if you talk about the symptoms, I think a lot of people are going through this and I've talked to different. You know, people that have been two neurologist because there's some neuro effects on this. In fact, my son was having some muscle twitching. That was really troublesome. And you know it kind of scared all of it. They thought, maybe Oh, my gosh, could this be you know, ls or something and thank God it wasn't but You know. Another friend of mine who sees a neurologist on a regular basis, said that his neurologist told him that we're seeing Maura and more patients come in, you know, with postcode symptoms. Uh, So are you seeing this everywhere? You know we are seeing it again. It's a small percentage of the patient's very small percentage on what we're seeing is, yes, some of the long term sense of mythology. Longer taking time to get the smell and taste to come back, which remember that also not always that neurological nature That's also a sign of a zinc deficiency, which, if you remember Cove it that's one of the minerals that gets used up very rapidly during during the repair process of cove in and you know other symptoms. Sore stiff joints, feeling kind of Malays fatigue. You know things of that nature that just persist for Several weeks. You know, even up to a month is what we basically see with long haulers right now with the vaccine, And I've also heard that after folks get the vaccine, there might be an initial, You know, sore arm or the second vaccine makes people feel, you know, kind of Down and fatigued a little bit for maybe 24 hours. But then everything kind of snaps back, and also it actually improves the long covert patient's symptoms and feelings. Correct. Well, there's an interesting anecdotal study that's come out. It's actually shown the small percentage of individuals that have received the vaccines that have been long haulers have noticed a change in the sense of mythology. And you know, kind of what we've populated as you know what if would you get the vaccine? The immune system re wakes itself up and in some cases can actually Sparky healing occurrence to happen in those individuals that quite honestly didn't you know he'll, however, sit like they should have? It's an interesting observation again. It's a small percentage. But we are noticing that some people are having some changes and those long haulers symptom mythology post injections. Well, you know, obviously, this is all relatively new toe, the medical industry and patients dealing with this and you know the long term effects of covert on us in many different areas. Headaches. Uh, Narrow issues, fatigue issues and also the long term effects of the vaccines relative to other vaccinations. You know that have been taking place year after year after year. We're still learning what what's been the most surprising thing for you, doctor to see in this process, and you know where we're headed, and maybe some of these long term You know effects. You know, That's an interesting question. I'll say what has been very intriguing to me, which quite honestly has has blown my mind. And the mind of a lot of my colleagues is the relationship from this virus that people get and how it effects their neurology, how it affects them long term and the correlation between low levels of Nutritional supplementation and simply mythology. Example like low vitamin D and and and low zinc leads to more symptoms on and really how many people have so many different Responses to this I mean, you know, did he the flu? Typically when we get a flu, lose their flu like symptoms, All right, you know the chills, the cold, the hot, the achey joints, the etcetera. This seems to have such a broad spectrum of symptoms. It's almost like it could cause anything and everything. If that makes sense, which has been kind of the strangest thing as a health care provider to really get a difference of diagnosis. It's been difficult. Yeah, we're still learning every day. We are. You're absolutely we're gonna be learning for quite some time. I believe Right. But you do believe that medical field and researchers and doctors have got this thing you know. The most part, you know, handled and know how to deal with it. No, there's no question. I mean, listen, we're looking at a disease right now that has a 99.997% survivability rate, even without the vaccine or without therapeutic, So there's no question that now we know Maura about this disease and we've ever known. We know how to treat this thing. We know how to help people. There's no question that people can definitely start putting their mind at the thing is, we've got this figured out. We just need to continue to move forward and do the right things and learn from this so that these things don't ever happen again. All right? Very good. Dr Ericson. Pretty good info this morning. Thank you so much. 6 48. Now Alabama's morning news weekend, right around the corner, Looking forward to a nice Easter weekend. Gonna be nice Easter Sunday as well to Sonny and in the seventies. Lots going on for the family to enjoy as well this coming weekend and we'll talk with Russell and Amber from happenings in the ham. Next Alabama's morning news. Hi, break time. I know you. I'm cola guard a prescription colon cancer screening option for people 45 plus an average risk..

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"prudie" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:51 min | 7 months ago

"prudie" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Minus two very contentious features. Here's Washington correspondent Tim McGuire's He reports with lawmakers are saying about the deal on Capitol Hill. I think we've had a Christmas mirror called Maine Republican Senator Susan Collins, one of the group of Republicans and Democrats, who are proposing a $748 billion coronavirus relief bill. The measure includes a $300 per week federal unemployment payment, along with help for struggling businesses, schools rule broadband and transportation. What's not in the bill is $160. Billion, wanted by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for cities and states and liability protections wanted by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Illinois Senator Dick Durbin, the number two Senate Democrats Says the two should back the measure. There's no excuse for either the speaker or the leader. You've got it. Give us a vote. Don't let us go home for Christmas without a vote on this. Tim McGuire, Washington Russian President Vladimir Putin is now congratulating Joe Biden on winning the presidential election after weeks of holding out here's correspondent Charles Daylight. Desmond Putin's message comes a day after the Electoral college confirmed Biden as the nation's next president. Gratifying his November victory in an authority to state by state who Prudie ation off President Donald Trump's refusal to concede Putin now wishes by every success, according to a Kremlin statement on expresses confidence there. Two nations can contribute to solving many problems and challenges the world is currently facing. The Kremlin quoted Putin staying for my part. I'm ready for interaction and contact with you. I'm Charles the lid asthma on Wall Street. Dow futures pointing higher up 160 points more on these stories hit town home dot com. Yes, I'm.

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"prudie" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:42 min | 9 months ago

"prudie" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Remove your finger, please. Oh, my gosh. You still like my wife? Thank you. What is it with that part of the body op? It Okay. What makes me feel good. We can't say something real quick Lord, It feels good when people do that to me. Let me try it one more time. What will not please your priest. Okay, We're go ahead to your story. Prudie MK prude, Herson. I? It makes me feel good to give and I'm a giver. You know you to know that. Yeah. Yeah. Give give. Give You know yourself. That doesn't hurt my feelings. That doesn't hurt, but you don't have I knew what it was like You do a sit up. It would feel like I just did 50. Thanks. So, what we're gonna do is all part of our B roofing and remodeling. We're going to try to give away a roof all season long and what we're gonna do is get somebody online after they sign up at the website, and then they're going to get to be able to predict the final score. We've done this before, and we've given away a lot of stuff with this because the final scores of you follow Vegas. They get pretty close to the scores. So we're going to bring in our new contestant here and and Scotty from, Of course, are the roofing and remodeling. Let's bring in. Tony Ryan. Tony. How you doing, brother? Stay where.

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"prudie" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:06 min | 9 months ago

"prudie" Discussed on KGO 810

"I don't jump out of a plane. Well, exactly because I think what what was followed up? What That is, wasn't it was a strange message was, he said people are tired of Kobe, but then seemed to suggest, as we've heard him say, before it is what it is, he said. There's going to be spike. There's not gonna be spikes. There's gonna be vaccines. There might not be vaccines and and people are just tired of it. And they're coming to my rallies because they're just saying Leave us alone. Well, that may be, but It would seem that that also means well. People are going to die. Some are going to die. Some will not die and again. It's a president has been criticized before kind of taking. This attitude of it is what it is, and I think there's plenty of other people who would criticize him for saying Well, this is the role of the president to be to be leading. And I I would just contrast that with what we heard out of Chicago's mayor, Lori Lightfoot, today where they're having What the state of Illinois saying and the city of Chicago is saying is clearly a second wave and Lori Lightfoot today said, I understand people are fatigued. But, she said, this is the time where we have to dig deep and keep going and keep fighting this disease and that's not what you heard from the president on this call. I gotta tell you, mark. The thing I can't I'm wondering is how he will react. Say he loses on November 3rd. How will react to this Because what he's doing now is obvious. Put, obviously political. It's playing into people's frustration and anxiety and packed, almost pretending that it's not there because most of us don't know anybody that's died, You know, I mean, I do, but most people don't And it's It's It's really interesting. And I wonder wonder around the country. Now you're seeing the pushback from Ben Sass and and and you know, you're beginning to see You know, you still Chris Christie and others on? I just wonder after November 3rd when it's all on the table. What this response will be, then, you know. Yeah, It's a very question. You know, I wish I had an answer. I wish anyone had an answer, I think, but that's exactly where it's really hard to see beyond November 3rd, and I think that's one of the things that so many people and voters are grappling with. Right is two very different visions of America and where it goes. And why, Although politicians say it every election, it's the most important election of your life. I think there's many people who do feel that that's the case this time is to fundamentally different views of where America goes after. November 3rd. And so it's a great question. Where where we go with him, But depending on who's in charge, and where we go with economy and other things and health care and other issues, it's all normally remember. But normally when we say it's the biggest election of your life, it's a metaphor, not a literal right. That's what I'm saying. I think that there's a lot of people, though, And I think that could be evidence in some respects by large amount of early voting that we've seen more than 28 million ballots cast in the states that reports so far, you know, there is some level of certain people probably trying to avoid election Day rushes and things like that to just get done voting early, But I think you know it will The evidence store we went, We'll see when the numbers truly turn out. Are we seeing a groundswell? Are we seeing greater enthusiasm this time around? For either side, whether here it's trump or bite it. Well, you stay safe, my friend and not to be seen in the next 15 days. We'll talk to you soon. Thanks. Absolutely Thank you. And that's Margaret Malard, ABC news correspondent and the latest the feedback That's Since this morning. It's just a mind number. It really is that this person is the president, United States again. They don't want us to talk about this. So Trump wants us to talk about Hunter Biden and the laptop that I love it that they can't even get on the same page. Prudie, Giuliani says. Well, now there was no laptop. But you know that the Fox news media they just keep going down with you and the laptop. Know the guy that lied in the beginning is telling you it was a lie. You can stop now. There is no laptop. He didn't drop the laptop off while he was drunk at a A computer. Restore computer repair place for the owner is not making this up, is a blind owner. A blind owner of a computer repair place who then copied the hard drive in Senator Rudy. So that's that's that's the world and that's where we live. Mom. I I don't know. I, uh I can't help but be. I'm just naturally an optimist, but When I see When I see Trump in Michigan. And the crowd starts chanting, Lock her up! Governor Whitmer! This is a woman that they just foil the plot. Kidnapper and execute er. And he has the people out there and then he goes. Lock them all up. Kind of person talks like that, right? Some Yeah. You know it is it is Trump. Trump came from behind in the final stage is to win the White House, but nobody knew the level. Love is crazy. Four years later, um, his his campaign's attacking Biden's 50 years in D. C. And all these unproven allegations of family corruption, which just there's no proof whatsoever. Watching his son on Fox is embarrassing. Watching Trump is frightening. Um, And there's a bit of silence if you have noticed from Lindsey Graham, even on the Biden thing. And when he was the guy that orchestrated the whole thing with with with Rudy Giuliani, who was Something wrong with him, too, right? I mean, the whole group. That's what I'm going to remember from this, you know. But you know, Biden has accomplished more in 47 years. Then Trump will ever ever hope to accomplish is president of the United States to flip around the narrative from the Trump campaign. Tim Murtaugh, who is Trump's campaign manager, says this boils down to a choice between A political outsider who has shaken up Washington and a failed career. Politician. You can say what you want about Joe Biden, but he's not been a failure. Yeah. Up until this November 3rd. He has not won the presidency, but he was vice president in one of the most celebrated eight years in US history. And he was US senator that fought for and got a lot accomplished. And ironically, you know, he pushed to do a lot for Ukraine and to help them escape the shadow of the USSR. You know, the Trump campaign still believes it has a viable but very narrow path to victory, and the end is very narrow..

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"prudie" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

06:44 min | 9 months ago

"prudie" Discussed on KOMO

"The familiar faces of parents Page Eleanor Clift and past Buchanan. And I guess this week is Alexander Heffner from PBS. Welcome out Thunder. On that note. We should get to our first issue, which is if you won hunters, emails. The New York Post This week reports is on an email from a senior charisma official to Hunter Biden. Joe Biden, son. A Ukrainian energy for embarrassment, formerly employed Hunter that raised eyebrows in the vice president. Biden later pressure to Ukraine to fire an investigator who was looking into Paris Mus dealings. In Biden's defense that investigator is generally viewed is corrupt. Still one Evo from April 15 2001 year off the hunt to join the charisma board appears to undermine Joe Biden's assertion that he never spoke to Hunter about his Ukraine business dealings. The email. Originally acquired by Trump Campaign ally Rudy Giuliani, involves the charisma official thanking Hunter Biden for inviting him to the United States on meeting with his father, Joe. Hold that thought. Because the Biden campaign says the meeting never happened. Which begs the question. Is this an issue of dirty tricks in lieu of an October surprise or a story deserving of more serious media attention? The story continues because social media giants Facebook and Twitter, then censored the New York Post reporting, suggesting that it might contain misinformation. Republican senators are now threatening to subpoena Twitter and Facebook executives. Said packed. We will say more reporting later in the week in terms of potential Ah China relationship Hunter Biden and traveling with a robot in 2013 gets a business license 10 days after and now we see emails from 2017 talking about an unknown big man, but regardless off the established facts of the story. But isn't a secondary point here an extraordinary example of media malpractice and social media censorship in the unwillingness really, to even engage with the story. I found that quite astonishing over the past two days. It is remarkable. There's also the alleged $3.5 million that Hunter got The wife of the mayor of Moscow was a friend of Vladimir Prudie's now imagine if Eric Trump It turned up with 3.5 million prospers from the mayor of much of the press wouldn't be covering anything else. It would have confirmed everything. Impeachment automatically would be demanded. Knowabout this 100 buyers. Ah 100 Biden story. You got 83,000 month from that Ukrainian corrupt energy company, and Joe Biden says, I never knew anything about it. I never talk to my son about it now, if there's truth This report of these emails came out, apparently about computer. I think it was in a pawn shop in Wilmington, Delaware. Then Joe Biden's own credibility would be on the line. And perhaps much more, but I think we gotta wait. And here's where the media should be all over. They should be affirming or questioning or checking on this thing, because if true is we used to say in journalism in my days, if true, which a hugely important story If not, it is an interesting story As to who is putting this all together, right? Elena? The media are all over it. It's a conspiracy theory. It's Russian disinformation. It's being peddled. Thrill. Rudy Giuliani, who has zero credibility on any of this, No media outlet, has been able to confirm any of the so called details, including the New York Post, which which hasn't hasn't seen the computer. Ah and the social media companies are reacting responsibly. You don't Publish and pedal ally so that against traction and boy the media apparatus, nicks on the right are out there hammering away on this. It's a desperate search for an October surprise to rescue a president who looks on his way. To be headed to have historic defeat. Alexander, though you know the element suggests that it was appropriate for Facebook and Twitter to restrict access to the reporting. And how can that be compatible with Twitter and Facebook approach towards the Russia collusion reports but came out Ah, successively for two years. And then effectively came at least at the prosecutorial standard, which was the defining element to nothing. And secondly, we do not have from Hunter Biden a denial that these emails Ah came from him. So in that sense alone, Surely there is something worthy of investigation here after rule the media, quite rightly, pointing out allegations that the Trump family has engaged in cronyism through the presidential office. I think that social media have been largely irresponsible from 2015 op and that they should be immune from scrutiny and that they are publications that oughta have the same amount of Ah, legal liability on DH. That's what they are, and any American is able to Create a counterpoint or counterpart to a Twitter or Facebook and to allow the dissemination of disinformation or unverifiable or not authenticated information. So It's finally raising the point that we can have social media that are responsible that band conspiracy theorists and extremist groups like human on Or we can have a social media. That are gateways to that extremism and hyper partisan and even militant disclose so Alexander to push you on that a little bit. Would you be in favor, then on that basis off Banning some of the journalists who reported things in relation to trump in collusion that turned out to be totally unverifiable. My my attitude towards it is everybody should have the right to own information in their marketplace and if their marketplaces Twitter and they think they are being wronged on Twitter because there's something that they're disputing, then they should have a channel to pursue that with Twitter or with Facebook and if that is illegal Jurisdiction question that should be corrected. Parents your thought?.

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"prudie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:03 min | 10 months ago

"prudie" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Four. They lost the yankeesthree once and that must have been listening. 347 10 13 16. So, yeah, that must have been. The Yankees beat him three times No. Four to sew 16 of the 18. Or I should say when they ask those with two A's with 13 of the 18 of the Yankees. That's hilarious That someone said insane. Get Nicki to tour a video on how much how weak the twins are, you know, and it's given the living in the United States. You win city, the only twins that like a Schwarzenegger in DeVito movie two wins. Yeah, so anyway, that's sad for the sad from Minnesota and sad for Kyle Hammer, Lee's kid who does the radio broadcast there for the money. Monkeys there, But But yes And now you got a cz Their pardon me. Yankees rays all the way out in San Diego, by the way. And then Astros await the winner of today's White Sox. A's game and, as you said, comes a disastrous could be incredibly disastrously and Hendrix has called out, he said. He said, You know, we want to eliminate the Astros. Which is great. It's good. Good Copy, Girl. Careful. You start running your mouth. Dude, I'm just well, you know, Chris pass. It even said something was a little revealing yesterday, too. He said that he said that, he said it was a It was a gosh dang headache or is a big dang headache. The White Sox lineup the white socks like this for relentless man. He's ever this stuff it bad If you're tough, that so mean better. They got their hands full. Today is all I'm saying. I mean, the White Sox. Look, they did not look tight, either yesterday and all I know they lost the game, but they didn't look tight Miss Hendrix available. He's like 45 pitches to through 50. There you go most of the season and that's a whole nother thing We talk about AIDS fans are losing their mind. Rightfully so, Bob and I texted you about this coach yesterday, but You were playing golf. Ah, eighth inning. Five. Nothin one runner on and he brings in Hendrix you doing dude? Because you he needs working like you could get him working the ninth inning. Don't you have a Nathan ing guy? Yes, they have, Deke man. They have petite. They've Soria. They've always got a five story had both pitched in Game one. Well, yeah, but Beekman Wanda pitching game to all you need is for the eighth inning. I'm not looking for him to go T to go deep, So I just I mean, unless, but I mean, I know Bob Melvin's forgot more baseball and I never knew, but Two. I want to be like a choke job in the in the in the in the culture started to feel that way. I just wonder about like when you're making that decision is a manager now that the guy has got to go three batters Are you concerned about bringing in the guy who pitched yesterday for a freshening thinking what happens if he ends up throwing? 45 mentions that he also just wanted to have thrown in three days and he needed work, And he said, and he's good to go tomorrow. By the way. He did not pitch well in the Saturday against the Mariners, and he didn't pitch well yesterday, either. So all of a sudden now those last two outings haven't been awesome eyes. Just something something to on some issues just saying, man. Yeah, And by the way, he got a big break two in the eighth inning. I know you're on the golf course Coast, but In the eighth inning. The White Sox loaded the bases who's Guy? Mazzara was a Nomar Mazara. Mazar was up full count pitch. It did was it It was a rob Drake situation. Did he missed the zone? Inside? It was 6 10 inches off the plate inside. They run him up. Would have walked in a run. It would have been would have in a whole different story. But it was a rob Drake situation where the White Sox got robbed. Draped in Hendricks walked off the mound that he went back then I think I'd do a whole nother mess in the ninth, Tio given the hook, I had to finish the darn thing. So s O. That was definitely if he still how would these days fans community responding on you guys getting some good tweets yesterday like three positive. My cousin Krista Benedetti is my go to Ace fan. He was not happy with Melvin. Yes. Today. I saw a lot of a lot of people were upset on Twitter because I guess that we're the interviewing mark and a dirty game. Yes, I didn't see I didn't see this crazy cause I flipping around flipping around. I'm going to one game and do the comeback and also in theirs. I hear a voice that's not Fleming or Mendoza. Dave Fleming, and then they cut to him. It's canna. He's like, Yeah, about usually get what you are talking right now. In the middle of a playoff game, they mike him up for a for a full half inning. Crazy and can it was okay if he said after the game, he's okay. If the fans like it, I'll do it. But I have to confess as a baseball purist. It was a little weird. If I'm anything like I play the play the game talk to him after I think most days fans we're saying the same thing. I couldn't believe I was like, Yeah, it's funny. I wrote it off as like. Maybe it was in between innings or Snow may know that the more I raised their shifting between pitches, But finally, he made one of the signature place of Rob the rob for nothing with two runners on it was going to be a ball off the Wall, and he made the what they're called The Joe Rudy catch. But in fairness to Canada gave a great quote, because, well, I don't want to get to the World Series, and then I can try one because Prudie's was in the World Series. I believe in Game seven, too. I think, right, Rudy. Maybe maybe candy should take a page out of the game. Capital playbook when you're talking to guys during a game like guys, hang on a second. I got Let me let me just see what happens with this one. I gotta handle few things when he's just cutting her. Yeah, but I gotta get back to your horses started. But I didn't read that yesterday. He did the Bagley said that he did the seasoning press conference ready from a park bench. I saw he was outside, and I was trying to figure out what to join your story. Sparrow just hold this phone about. I couldn't. Honestly I couldn't really tell there's kind of a glare behind him when I want it this way. No, he lives near us the near the station so What's a possibility? Probably close to me. He might be. He might have been up in Washington Square. Who knows what you guys doing? Tai Chee right behind him is he's up to this person prosciutto and, uh, yeah. Bread hurt, Paulie Mack talk about Mal in order to check that place out. It seems they are our hopes. Our hopes for Buster are very high next year. Hang on. I'm gonna do some tight with this, Mister is post Let me get my arm up real quick. Yeah, it was pretty to San Francisco. There's capital, sitting on a bench to season. It was where he was running like a hat. It might have been one of the San Fran Psycho. That's what it was like. It was a black hat would like the Golden Gate on it in orange dio..

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"prudie" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:06 min | 10 months ago

"prudie" Discussed on 710 WOR

"That is way the equities of protecting our democracy requires us to use every arrow in our quiver. And one of those quivers is, um Democrats have a rule about expanding this report. Are you mocking her? So I was saying Yo, she's reaching for her quiver Lin, she's quivering as she which reaches for her quiver. Democrats haven't ruled out expanding the Supreme Court if they get the majority back. Yeah, listen to this New York City could lose federal funding after the Department of Justice says it has permitted violence and destruction of property. Portland and Seattle also on this list. Soas Faras New York City is concerned, the DOJ said the city has faced increased unrest, gun violence and property damage and the city's responses to cut police funding by a billion dollars. In person. Learning begins today in the city for a small number of kids. Just the little kids, three K pre K and the district 75 school returns to the classroom. Everybody else stays remote. Which means parents aren't happy. Been at home so long, and they just want to interact. You know, like Khaleesi teacher, they just sitting there looking at the screen, like okay now what? Now what? We'll keep doing that next phase of in person. Learning begins September the 29th for K through five. Cates, wait. Of the Big guy's middle school and high school. They won't go back in person, perhaps until October. 1st normal commute this morning after a subway derailment at 14th Street in Eighth Avenue yesterday. 30 year old man to meet his Harvard was putting some debris on of the tracks. He's now facing reckless endangerment charges that debris, causing uptown a train to veer off the tracks and hit 10 beams at the station. Injuring three people. Attorney General Leticia James announcing the big changes in the way Bodycam footage is going to be released. Starting immediately. She will be proactively releasing video on her own saying Not gonna wait for local authorities to do it This after Ah situation at Rochester involving the police custody death of Daniel Prudie died in March. Bodycam footage wasn't released until August. Thie news today brought to you by National Realty learned the insider method of obtaining 18 to 21% targeted returns on prime building locations. Well, the Army's going to get rid of the shark attack is part of its basic training. If you go there, you probably know what it is. It's when the drill sergeant yell at recruits, luring them push ups. Other exercises now. We have to be nice to people. So military leaders say you get doesn't instill the spirit of the infantry and it betrays the crucial bond of trust with our leaders. So the army will take a kinder, gentler approach to basic training so no more you give me 10, Please give me town, please, if you would like to give me 10. Thank you. If you you can't die about the obstacle course. When you crawl under the barbed wire and shoot the bullets over your head. No, they won't do that. They don't want to scare these people. And they don't want to scare these people are leading the army for you. By the way, this is the army for Lin. Well, you know what they say. War is Heck Lynn. You know Lin Lin went to war with no bullets in his gun, and I went through all that basic trade. They would yell. Give me 10 and I call out one Ugo what? When they were Looking. I wasn't doing anything. I was just yelling it out 34 ways bullets so he wouldn't have did. I didn't want it to clean the gun. Len is the inspiration for the Bill Murray movie stripes. He is he is Bill Murray back there in the least that at least I served unlike some people, Okay, That's true. All right, but I was not called on. I registered for the draft on those 18. But I was not cold, but you served. Thank you for your service, however minor it was land. But it was service. There was service was everything. And what is the market junk? But what did you do lead to keep our country safe. I was in the signal Corps in the RV..

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"prudie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:50 min | 11 months ago

"prudie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The SUV's down 1/10 of a percent now down four. Dow's down 2/10 of a percent down 55. The NASDAQ's Up 3/10 of 1% Up 30 to 10 year is down for 30 seconds. The yield 300.71% West Texas Intermediate Prudie's down 7/10 of a percent of 37 80 of Barrel connects goals up, 7/10 of representing 1968 70 announced. The dollar yen is little changed right now. The euro is dollar 18 79, the British found a dollar 28 31. That is a Bloomberg business Flash. I'm Gregg Jarrett. Balance of Power continues now with David Western right here on Bloomberg Radio. This is balance of power on Bloomberg Television and radio. I'm David Weston. We turned out of Mark Crumpton for blood work. First Word news, David. Thank you. It's likely to be the final stage of the months long battle over fiscal stimulus. The Senate votes today whether to advance has slimmed down Republican pandemic relief Bill. Democrats say they have the votes to block the measure. It's not clear that will lead to more negotiations. Democrats want a much larger bill than Republicans will go for the United States is ending its cove in 19 screening of international travelers arriving at airports. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had been testing passengers on all flights from high risk areas to 15. U. S airports. CDC says the system wasn't effective because so many people who transmit the disease don't show symptoms. The government says it will now focus more on voluntary measures such as educating passengers and requesting contact information. Elektronik Lee President Trump is pushing ahead with a visit to Nevada this weekend even after Corona virus restrictions, mixed his plans for a big rally. The Trump campaign had scheduled a 5000 person rally at an airport hangar in Reno, but the airport told a private aviation company that would violate state restrictions and raise security concerns over protests. President State campaign co chair is calling it a partisan political retribution from Nevada's Democratic governor. Iran began its annual military drills today near the strategic straight of our moves the so called war games they're taking place and escalating tensions between the United States and Iran. Iranian state media showed footage of various short range missiles and jet fighters being launched. Units from the Iranian Navy. Air Forces and ground forces are taking part in those drills. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on quick take by Bloomberg powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in over 120 countries. I'm Mark Crumpton, this is Bloomberg. David. Thank you so much, Mark. The European Central Bank today held steady on both rates and its.

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"prudie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:28 min | 11 months ago

"prudie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Phone video shows a black car with tinted windows drive through a crowd of protestors in Times Square Thursday evening. They chase after the car in the rain, but the driver speeds off a black car came came through the crowd. And hit the person in front of me and then me, and then I believe a person behind me way all had bikes, so they just came charging through. It was pretty terrifying, terrifying, but luckily, no serious injuries reported there were also hearing from the family of Daniel Prude. Prudie's Thie Naked man caught on video being subdued by police on a Rochester, New York street in March, his death, setting off another round of protests, We get more Maybe see Zoran Shaw proves daughter speaking out, saying she wants justice that want these officers Charlie were murdered the mayor announcing the suspension of those seven officers and taking responsibility for the failures, she says lead up to the 41 Year old's death in early March. He lost his life because of the failure. Of a lot of different systems, but saying she was misled by Rochester's police chief, who she says blame proves death on an overdose. Seven Rochester police officers have now been suspended. Well, another honor to a Confederate general fades away. Officials in Lexington, Virginia, have voted to rename the cemetery where General Stonewall Jackson is buried. What had been Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery is now being called Oak Grove Cemetery. Ah, professor of African American history at George Washington University who built her career on her black identity, has publicly admitted she's white. An article on medium spells out a life of lies led by the author Jessica Crewes. She says she lived within a blackness. She had no right to claim. Shedding her realize identity is a white Jewish girl from Kansas City. She admits to unaddressed mental health issues, but says they don't justify or excuse for behaviour, calling herself a cultural each. Krug is the name of an associate professor of history at George Washington University, told The New York Times. It has not confirmed the authenticity of the post but is examining the situation. Wendy Gillette, CBS News People hitting the road for the long holiday weekend are getting a break at the pump for the Labor Day weekend. Gas prices are the lowest they've been for this time of year since 2000 for.

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"prudie" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"prudie" Discussed on KCRW

"Away. But now That anger is increasingly directed at President Vladimir Putin himself. That is the sound people protesting today, shouting Putin resigned. NPR's Lucy in Kim joins us now from Moscow. Hey, Lucy, In Hey! So who is this governor? I mean, why did his arrest spark these protests? His name is Sergei. For Gall. He's a local businessman who amazingly beat the pro Kremlin candidate in a landslide for governor of Khabarovsk region two years ago. And then earlier this month for goal was arrested by masked federal agents and taken to a Moscow prison where he's now in pretrial detention on charges of ordering contract killings 15 years ago. He says he's innocent. And ah lot of people in Khabarovsk have taken to the streets to support him. So if this governor is being charged with crimes for involvement in contract killings, why are people they're so upset? Well, People are upset because they feel Moscow has overruled their democratic choice, and they're also angry that he will stand trial there and not in Khabarovsk, Khabarovsk region, borders Thie, Pacific Ocean and China. And people there feel forgotten and neglected by the federal government in Moscow, I spoke with one protester. His name is Vitaly Blagojevich. And before the Corona virus pandemic he taught Russian at a Chinese university. I've been expecting that maybe the protease will go down. But every day when you come you our experience in the the Prudie's is going up every day. I'm happy. He says He didn't even vote. For for gall, but he's angry with the way that he's being treated. So do you think authorities are going to be cracking down on these protests? I mean, how long can they continue? The Kremlin finds itself in a tough position there so many protesters that they can't use force and throw everybody in jail. And if the Kremlin ignores a protest, they run the risk of other regions getting the same idea. I asked Nina Khrushcheva, Russia expert at the new school in New York, how dangerous she thinks the protests are they don't really have a leader in those protests are probably the most dangerous because if the cause is Moscow has too much power. They can really spread like wildfire, especially there in Siberia in the Far East. The protester I spoke to Vitaliy Blagojevich said he was really angry that some protesters were being called into the police. And he said, that's what brought him out every night this week. Saturday's have seen the biggest protests in Khabarovsk. Everybody will be watching what happens this weekend. That is NPR's Lucien Kim in Moscow. Thank you, Lucy in. Thanks, Elsa. Some of the weirdest creatures on the planet are cephalopods animals like squids and octopuses. Now in the journal current Biology, scientists say they've managed to tinker with the genes of a cephalopod in the lab. NPR's Nell Greenfield voice reports on why a gene altered squid is such a big deal. Red Grass is official.

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"prudie" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"prudie" Discussed on KCRW

"As protests over racial injustice continue to rage across the U. S. In Russia. Thousands of people are also taking to the streets for the 20th day in a row people in the far east of the country march to protest the arrest of a popular governor. Their anger was first directed at government bureaucrats in Moscow, 4000 miles away. away. But But now now That That anger anger is is increasingly increasingly directed directed at at President President Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin himself. himself. That is the sound people protesting today, shouting Putin resigned. NPR's Lucy in Kim joins us now from Moscow. Hey, Lucy, In Hey! So who is this governor? I mean, why did his arrest spark these protests? His name is Sergei. For Gall. He's a local businessman who amazingly beat the pro Kremlin candidate in a landslide for governor of Khabarovsk region two years ago. And then earlier this month for goal was arrested by masked federal agents and taken to a Moscow prison where he's now in pretrial detention on charges of ordering contract killings 15 years ago. He says he's innocent. And ah lot of people in Khabarovsk have taken to the streets to support him. So if this governor is being charged with crimes for involvement in contract killings, why are people they're so upset? Well, People are upset because they feel Moscow has overruled their democratic choice, and they're also angry that he will stand trial there and not in Khabarovsk, Khabarovsk region, borders Thie, Pacific Ocean and China. And people there feel forgotten and neglected by the federal government in Moscow, I spoke with one protester. His name is Vitaly Blagojevich. And before the Corona virus pandemic he taught Russian at a Chinese university. I've been expecting that maybe the protease will go down. But every day when you come you our experience in the the Prudie's is going up every day. I'm happy. He says He didn't even vote. For for gall, but he's angry with the way that he's being treated. So do you think authorities are going to be cracking down on these protests? I mean, how long can they continue? The Kremlin finds itself in a tough position there so many protesters that they can't use force and throw everybody in jail. And if the Kremlin ignores a protest, they run the risk of other regions getting the same idea. I asked Nina Khrushcheva, Russia expert at the new school in New York, how dangerous she thinks the protests are they don't really have a leader in those protests are probably the most dangerous because if the cause is Moscow has too much power. They can really spread like wildfire, especially there in Siberia in the Far East. The protester I spoke to Vitaliy Blagojevich said he was really angry that some protesters were being called into the police. And he said, that's what brought him out every night this week. Saturday's have seen the biggest protests in Khabarovsk. Everybody will be watching what happens this weekend.

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Protests Over The Arrest Of A Popular Governor Continue For 3rd Week In Russia

All Things Considered

03:05 min | 1 year ago

Protests Over The Arrest Of A Popular Governor Continue For 3rd Week In Russia

"As protests over racial injustice continue to rage across the U. S. In Russia. Thousands of people are also taking to the streets for the 20th day in a row people in the far east of the country march to protest the arrest of a popular governor. Their anger was first directed at government bureaucrats in Moscow, 4000 miles away. away. But But now now That That anger anger is is increasingly increasingly directed directed at at President President Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin himself. himself. That is the sound people protesting today, shouting Putin resigned. NPR's Lucy in Kim joins us now from Moscow. Hey, Lucy, In Hey! So who is this governor? I mean, why did his arrest spark these protests? His name is Sergei. For Gall. He's a local businessman who amazingly beat the pro Kremlin candidate in a landslide for governor of Khabarovsk region two years ago. And then earlier this month for goal was arrested by masked federal agents and taken to a Moscow prison where he's now in pretrial detention on charges of ordering contract killings 15 years ago. He says he's innocent. And ah lot of people in Khabarovsk have taken to the streets to support him. So if this governor is being charged with crimes for involvement in contract killings, why are people they're so upset? Well, People are upset because they feel Moscow has overruled their democratic choice, and they're also angry that he will stand trial there and not in Khabarovsk, Khabarovsk region, borders Thie, Pacific Ocean and China. And people there feel forgotten and neglected by the federal government in Moscow, I spoke with one protester. His name is Vitaly Blagojevich. And before the Corona virus pandemic he taught Russian at a Chinese university. I've been expecting that maybe the protease will go down. But every day when you come you our experience in the the Prudie's is going up every day. I'm happy. He says He didn't even vote. For for gall, but he's angry with the way that he's being treated. So do you think authorities are going to be cracking down on these protests? I mean, how long can they continue? The Kremlin finds itself in a tough position there so many protesters that they can't use force and throw everybody in jail. And if the Kremlin ignores a protest, they run the risk of other regions getting the same idea. I asked Nina Khrushcheva, Russia expert at the new school in New York, how dangerous she thinks the protests are they don't really have a leader in those protests are probably the most dangerous because if the cause is Moscow has too much power. They can really spread like wildfire, especially there in Siberia in the Far East. The protester I spoke to Vitaliy Blagojevich said he was really angry that some protesters were being called into the police. And he said, that's what brought him out every night this week. Saturday's have seen the biggest protests in Khabarovsk. Everybody will be watching what happens this weekend.

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"prudie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"prudie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"As protests over racial injustice continue to rage across the U. S. In Russia. Thousands of people are also taking to the streets for the 20th day in a row people in the far east of the country march to protest the arrest of a popular governor. Their anger was first directed at government bureaucrats in Moscow, 4000 miles away. But now That anger is increasingly directed at President Vladimir Putin himself. That is the sound of people protesting today. Her shouting Putin resigned. NPR's Lucy in Kim joins us now from Moscow. Hey, Lucy In a So who is this governor? I mean, why did his arrest spark these protests? His name is Sergei. For Gall. He's a local businessman who amazingly beat the pro Kremlin candidate in a landslide for governor of Khabarovsk region two years ago. And then earlier this month for goal was arrested by masked federal agents and taken to a Moscow prison where he's now in pretrial detention on charges of ordering contract killings 15 years ago. He says he's innocent. And ah lot of people in Khabarovsk have taken to the streets to support him. So if this governor is being charged with crimes for involvement in contract killings, why are people they're so upset? Well, People are upset because they feel Moscow has overruled their democratic choice, and they're also angry that he will stand trial there and not in Khabarovsk, Khabarovsk region, borders Thie, Pacific Ocean and China. And people there feel for gotten and neglected by the federal government in Moscow, I spoke with one protester. His name is Vitaly Blagojevich, and before the Corona virus pandemic he taught Russian at a Chinese university. I've been expecting that maybe the protease will go down. But every day when you come, you are experience in the the Prudie's is going up every day. I'm happy. He says He didn't even vote. For for gall, but he's angry with the way that he's being treated. So do you think authorities are going to be cracking down on these protests? I mean, how long can they continue? The Kremlin finds itself in a tough position there so many protesters that they can't use force and throw everybody in jail. And if the Kremlin ignores a protest, they run the risk of other regions getting the same idea. I asked Nina Khrushcheva, Russia expert at the new school in New York, how dangerous she thinks the protests are. They don't really have a leader in those protests have probably that was dangerous, because if the cause is Moscow has too much power. They can really spread like wildfire, especially there in Siberia in the Far East. The protester I spoke to Vitaliy Blagojevich said he was really angry that some protesters were being called into the police. And he said, that's what brought him out every night this week. Saturday's have seen the biggest protests in Khabarovsk. Everybody will be watching what happens this weekend. That is NPR's Lucien Kim in Moscow. Thank you, Lucy in. Thanks, Elsa..

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"prudie" Discussed on Slate's Dear Prudence

Slate's Dear Prudence

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"prudie" Discussed on Slate's Dear Prudence

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"prudie" Discussed on Slate's Dear Prudence

Slate's Dear Prudence

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"prudie" Discussed on Slate's Dear Prudence

"No big deal but I also hope you can like it probably is true that your father in law really loves his wife and right. It's a complicated is not ideal but it doesn't mean everything was a lie. I mean some things were huge life but they didn't love each other and it doesn't mean that they didn't agree to tell that lie for what they thought was the best thing for their son. You know what I mean especially if it's a small town where everyone's gossiping. I mean that's Roy again like you may be surprised how many people it turns out knew about this for thirty years right. I mean these are actually. If it's a small town exactly like this happens all the time. Yeah it's not the part that's unusual is marrying your secret relative. That is wrinkled. I have not encountered before right. Luckily you're not half siblings. That would be that I would be suggesting like other. Yeah that'd be a bummer. But like cousins. I feel like you can deal with this but it's totally work with. You can deal with it I just you know. Take some time to make sure you're dealing with it because you don't don't feel like you have to make this work if he he can't or if you can't or if this becomes untenable but obviously you WanNa make your marriage work you say on the letter so you know give it a shot. I believe that you can make this work Yeah but I would hesitate to go straight to. Let's talk to your family about it. Yeah and good luck. I hope you get that. They're good luck. DOC deserve a therapist. You deserve a lot of support. Follow up on with prudence because I am fascinated to know how this turns out on us and anyone anyone else. Who's listening who like is about to buy a DNA testing kit? Just go ahead and don't get anything else. I or a puppy. We'll be here and don't get upset. I was just say the only thing other than you shouldn't get. Don't get an animal as a gift. That's always a mistake. Oh yeah no not. It's a gift for someone. No God no I know. But that's thinks she got it as a gift gift for birthday present it was. It was his birthday present. Oh God happy birthday like paternity crisis. Yeah no not great all right moving onto something with some lighter steaks and it's your turn to read it.

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"prudie" Discussed on Slate's Dear Prudence

Slate's Dear Prudence

09:49 min | 1 year ago

"prudie" Discussed on Slate's Dear Prudence

"Pack airbags. This one's called overloaded friend. Dear prudence I have a friend who is a therapist she has the fiance who is mentally ill. A compulsive user of porn and we'd major depression unemployed in his mid forties and has done nothing with his life. She has loads of job opportunities coming her way she's been a single mom of two special needs kids who are now in their teens. She knows this guy isn't right for her but he's so nice and she does just doesn't want to hurt with him. I cannot understand how she sees clients all day then visit him in the hospital and try to keep her focus on her kids and take care ever self now. She's having health problems. She's a dear friend in means. Well what can I say or do I feel. It's almost cruel of her to expect this guy to ever step up. They've we've been together three years and before her he never had a relationship lasts longer than two months. His family's overjoyed that they are together. I'm guessing so that she can take over his care. I know oh she sired of doing it all alone but that is not a reason to stay with someone. He can barely take care of himself. What are your thoughts so my biggest question here was that line about visiting him in the hospital yeah It was not clear what he was in. The hospital for I I don't know if he got the flu and had to stay overnight I don't know if he's like chronically ill and is being treated for something really serious. I don't know if it was like after mental health breakdown and I don't know I didn't know Oh porn or we could do either of those things and if so Yeah look into that. An actually did edit that because it was originally addicted to porn and we'd okay and I a really was just like let's set aside whether or not a person can become addicted to pornography which is a bold claim But yeah so. It's very clear this guy does not sound great. I wouldn't want to date him now and I can totally understand why the letter writer is not into this dudes deal. What's your experience with friends who date people you wish they wouldn't date I feel like I've been that person for other people we'll And it you can't say anything you lose always in my opinion not that I've like shut out those friends In fact I kind they would have said something earlier but you run the risk of it backfiring on you but your friend definitely sounds like someone who clearly from Caroline a work And just what the position. She's been in with her kids. She sounds like someone who is comfortable in this caretaking role and is is attracted to people who Are In need. That's why she does what she does. Probably she's good at helping others. But I think maybe the the way in he's like. Hey how are you taking care of yourself you know. Do you have enough time alone can I. Let's do some together. Let's go see a movie. Let's whatever And sort of just checking in with her about like if she has energy any energy left for herself. Because who's GonNa take care of her. It does sound like the hospitalization station is as a result of This person's mental illness and the job. That doesn't sound like a relationship. It just sounds like another job yet so so what I would say. Yeah I very much on the same page there. I feel like she's dated him for three years. She knows what his deal is and You know I I agree. I would probably not feel thrilled if I had a friend who was like really remarkable always helping other people and had a partner who didn't seem to like give back to to her but I just don't think you're going to get anywhere by saying I think you should dump him I think he's a loser. I think the thing to focus on is to ask like what what do you need you know. Is there anything that I can do to help. especially with the health stuff Certainly like if she brings up fears or anxieties around. Like I'm worried he's not gonNA step up. You can be Honest and say things like you know honest but diplomatic like yes. It seems like normally he does not do a lot to help and support you. How does that feel Mike I also think that sometimes by the amount of information that this person knows about their friends like the maybe she's kind of giving giving you clues and almost giving you permission to just straight up. Say I think you need to get out of this relationship because knowing this much like okay the porn use the we'd use the depression like I don't know unless it's a lot of infringes on on your part I would say like this could be. You could go a little little boulder with it. It's been three years. Maybe I doesn't feel like it's GonNa Backfire on you if you say you're you're so wonderful and you've got all all these things going for you and I feel like this person isn't right for you right now isn't who you need to be with right now Because sometimes we just sort of list off these things that are wrong on with our relationship so that eventually our best friends will be like. Yeah what are you doing though. Yeah and so. I think there's room for that conversation once. Like I think if she because sometimes people also kind of do that they'll complain and complain about their partner and they'll say yeah and you repeat the last three things they said about their partner and all of a sudden how dare you like. He's he's okay now I see where you stand you never support me. Yeah so You know again like be careful but I think yeah if if it feels it's like she's really frustrated upset. You can say like hey based on what you've told me you know this this and this I I'm not like maybe don't say stuff like he's never done anything with his life because that is a big enough value judgment that she might get real defensive Kim young but just say like yeah it seems like these things have been really hard for you and they bother you a lot. Do you think thank you would maybe be happier if you weren't relationship with him and again you know she may go to. Yeah I think about it sometimes but I'm not really ready to and that's going to be her choice and you kind of just need to let her do that She may say God you know when you put it like this I I kind of want to break up with him but I don't know how in which case you could help She might I'd say Yep he's Not Everybody's ideal boyfriend but he makes me really happy and I'm comfortable with the issues that we have in which case you can say I love you so so much. Let's get coffee sometime. You know like you're so much more diplomatic and I feel like I would be. I survived a lot of friends. Lousy point have you has. It gotten easier. Do they stay together. Sometimes people do some people. Don't WanNa get too specific because I don't want any of my friends during which ones they are and I have also been the person who's done a little of like the look. I know this is not going to last forever guys. I appreciate your all bearing with me. I'm getting something out of this and it's important. Don't let it run. Its core. Just be friendly. That's all I ask Again unless somebody is being pretty abusive. I just think there's a limit to how much you can intervene. Yeah And sometimes people are in relationships where they get that to the outside. It doesn't look appealing but they do get something out of it. Maybe he's amazing bed you know. Oh there's always that I mean. He's that's implicit in this letter. I think but I also I think that it's for sure it's how your friend is being treated anche. Maybe he can't be the superman that you hope that she finds but it's if she if she if she's being brought down by him that's a problem if she is being drained by him. That's a problem if obviously if there's abuse that's a problem mm-hmm but otherwise. Yeah think there's you have to be. You're you're so diplomatic. I'm not as diplomatic but you have to ride that line. I mean I it's also also just like in life you will. There are often relationships with really accomplished. Remarkable women and kind of bummer couch potato guys and you have to pick and choose the Times that you want to intervene. Because it's just you're gonNA run into this again. I was in a marriage like that and It ran its course and all my friends were like. No that makes sense. You know it wasn't celebratory nor was it like I told you so They were good listeners. And and I think you just have to be a really good listener. So that's GonNa Payoff to sort of. Just be there. And and you know you gotTa do psychotherapy thing where you say nothing. And then slowly insert one question in the span of an hour. That like is the silver bullet question right right right like especially if she's describing her daddy like okay so you helped your clients then you help your kids and then you helped. Your boyfriend was their time three that anyone helped you. Exactly you know like your friends a smart lady. She will get there Yeah and that doesn't necessarily mean she'll dump him immediately thereafter but just any way in which you can kind of help her identify ways in which she might need to take a little time to herself. It's going to be good And for what it's worth I think too I you know when you're listing reasons that this guy is kind of a bummer. I I would not say that. Like has a mental illness in the same category as like you know. Spends all his time smoking weed in watching porn again. Yeah that's not to say that a I guess I just mean like everyone's dealing with something choices are different than like things that are outside of your control A person can have a mental illness and be a remarkable partner or they can have needs that are like challenging but it doesn't make them a bad person So just be careful about how you frame that focus more. I think on the things that he chooses to do or not do around. Yeah Yeah Yeah..

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