17 Burst results for "Quakertown"
"quakertown" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Sustain ER's of KQED Public Radio morning edition continues on Tuesday at 6 35 This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm No. Well, King. Good morning. Dr. Deborah Burkes, the coordinator of the White House Corona Virus Task Force, said something on CNN on Sunday that seems to have upset President Trump. Here's what she said. I want to be very clear. What we're seeing today is different for March and April. It is extraordinarily rides spread its into the rural as equal urban areas. The president tweeted afterward. Quote. Pathetic. Okay, so that's how he feels. How do Americans broadly feel about our response to the pandemic? NPR's Brian Man has the findings of a new NPR and Ipsos polling, Brian. Hey, Good morning. So I mean, the storyline here has been. There is so much division in Washington over this pandemic, But the poll found a lot of common ground among Americans. What are we saying? Well, really across the political spectrum. People are saying things were bad. I mean more than 155,000 Americans dead so far. And people think it's time to set the political feuding aside and go big. On a national response. Mallory knew Eliza, pollster with Ipsos. This's the firm that worked with NPR on this We've come to a pretty dire place when it comes to both the death toll and the spread of Corona virus across the country and Americans as they grapple with thee. Reality and just how grave the situation is. I think they're looking for sweeping, really broad, powerful action here. And of course, this has political ramifications when we asked about November's presidential election Upwards of 80% of Americans say they'll support the candidate with the National Corona virus plan a strategy for rebuilding the economy. And, interestingly, 81% of people say they want someone who can unify the country. OK, so that's what Americans are looking forward to in November in the lead up to that what people think the government can do now? That might help Americans across the political spectrum. Now support measures like mask mandates Public health rules requiring face coverings in public. They want the federal government to finally improve Corona virus testing. One of the people we surveyed is Sophie McClelland. She's a Democrat who lives near Jacksonville, Florida. I don't think that we have adequate testing because it can take up to two weeks to get results. And also, I think enough people are not following physician recommendations in terms of social distancing and wearing masks. And really, we found overwhelming majority of Americans now support mask wearing its just not controversial anymore. 75% say they will back The state mandates. And yet President Trump has made really clear that he doesn't support mass requirements at all. He tweeted yesterday that the U. S has done much better than most other countries dealing with covert 19 do Americans agree with him? In a word. No. 2/3 of people we surveyed say America is doing worse than other countries, 41% said We're doing much worse. I put this question to Laura Brad's low. She's a Republican who lives in Quakertown, Pennsylvania. Absolutely work. We have AH, leader and I use the term loosely in quotes. Who is not providing leadership of this country at all. I mean, if I have to second, the Warman, he should be sucking enough wearing a mask now. Laura says she didn't vote for Trump in 2016 won't vote for him in November. But what's interesting is even Republicans We surveyed who do back President Trump want him to do a lot more to fight Covad, 19. Here's Kevin Reno, who lives in Irving, Texas. I think a national approach would be better. I think he would be effective and it may be at the point here before too long that we have to do that again. So far, the president has resisted this idea of a kind of national response. But we found 2/3 of Americans want a single countrywide strategy for Corona virus testing for deciding when businesses and schools should reopen. Let me ask you what you found on schools because that is one of the biggest questions going right now. President Trump says he wants kids back in classrooms in the fall. Do the people you surveyed think that that is going to happen or that that can happen safely? People are really nervous about this. Overall, 66% of Americans say they favor distance learning in the fall, keeping their kids home. Democrats overwhelmingly favor that Republicans more mixed. 60% agree with Trump and think kids should go back to classrooms and just real quick. The economy. What are we saying? Yeah, People say they want Washington to get off the fence. They want him to spend big to help the economy and help people who are struggling. Even if that means taking on Mohr national debt. NPR's Brian Man, Brian, Thanks so much. Thank you. Okay. I'm gonna admit something here. No. Well, my kids want a puppy to keep them company during the pandemic so far, though, we have held off But you, my friend have heeded the call. I did. I got a puppy on Sunday. He is amazing. I named him Guglielmo. That's a whole other conversation. Okay, Anyway, there's a 14 year old animal lover in San Jose Rachel, who says people should consider adopting older dogs, not just puppies. Oh, people to understand that, like older dogs like they should adopt more senior dogs. I guarantee you that they will give you the same love and unconditional affection as any other dog. I believe that that's Mina Kumar. She was adopted in India and brought to the U. S. By her parents, Meena is focused on the idea of a forever home. I just feel like many senior dogs do struggle to find a forever home because of their medical conditions. I really hope that one every one of them gets a forever home, just like I did. Her mom J. Aya says It was clear early on that her daughter loved animals dog later litter of puppies, You know, in the apartment complex animal by and so we would spend hours just taking her there. She loved the puppies. But older pets really have a place in her heart like this one, much by the name of George Sr. Dogs are calm. They remind him a grandfather who is also old, and I loved George because he was so calm and he was just very loving and he was such a great cuddler. So Meena heard about Mudville, which is a cage free dog Rescue program for older pets. Stop it. Sherry Frankel is the founder. I started my bill about 13 years ago when there was no such thing as a senior dog rescue. Excuse me. I'm gonna have to grab this one little dog coming. Rumor. She want me to start over. Meena would drop into my build a visit the senior dogs, But there was a problem. Here's mom actually immediately. She wanted to go volunteer at natural, but she was too young. Because you're only nine. She was only nine. You have to be 17 years old to volunteer there. But Meena would not be dissuaded. She came up with a plan. A great idea popped up in my head and that was to take care of dogs around my neighborhood and donate all the money. I earn too much, though she raised $14,000. My goal is to contribute 25,000 too much Bill. Frankel says Meena has become something of a viper at the rescue centre. Must fill is honored to have her as a friend of mine, Phil and also I am so happy to know her and know that there are used out there that have compassion like she does. She's a.
"quakertown" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm No. Well, King. Good morning. Dr. Deborah Burkes, the coordinator of the White House Corona Virus Task Force, said something on CNN on Sunday that seems to have upset President Trump. Here's what she said. I want to be very clear. What we're seeing today is different for March and April. It is extraordinarily rides spread its into the rural as equal urban areas. President tweeted afterward. Quote. Pathetic. Okay, so that's how he feels. How do Americans broadly feel about our response to the pandemic? NPR's Brian Man has the findings of a new NPR and Ipsos polling, Brian. Hey, Good morning. So I mean, the storyline here has been. There is so much division in Washington over this pandemic, But the poll found a lot of common ground among Americans. What are we saying? Well, really across the political spectrum. People are saying things were bad. I mean more than 155,000 Americans dead so far. People think it's time to set the political feuding aside and go big. On a national response. Mallory knew Eliza, pollster with Ipsos. This's the firm that worked with NPR on this We've come to a pretty dire place when it comes to both the death toll and the spread of Corona virus across the country and Americans as they grapple with thee. Reality and just how grave the situation is. I think they're looking for sweeping Really broad, powerful action here. And of course, this has political ramifications. When we asked about November's presidential election, upwards of 80% of Americans say they'll support the candidate with the National Corona virus plan strategy for rebuilding the economy, And, interestingly, 81% of people say they want someone who can unify the country. Okay, so that's what Americans are looking forward to in November in the lead up to that what people think the government can do now that might help Americans across the political spectrum. Now, support measures like Mask mandates. Public health rules requiring face coverings in public. They want the federal government to finally improve Corona virus testing. One of the people we surveyed is Sophie McClelland. She's a Democrat who lives near Jacksonville, Florida. I don't think that we have adequate testing because it can take up to two weeks to get results. And also, I think enough people are not following physician recommendations in terms of social distancing and wearing masks. And really, we found overwhelming majority of Americans now support mask wearing its just not controversial anymore. 75% say they will back those state mandates. And yet President Trump has made really clear that he doesn't support mass requirements at all. He tweeted yesterday that the U. S has done much better than most other countries dealing with covert 19 Do Americans agree with him? In a word. No. 2/3 of people we surveyed say America is doing worse than other countries, 41% said We're doing much worse. I put this question to Laura Brad's low. She's a Republican who lives in Quakertown, Pennsylvania. Absolutely worse. We have Ah, Leader and I use the term loosely in quote who is not providing leadership of this country at all. I mean, if I have consecutive Warman, he should be sucking it up and wearing a mask. Now. Laura says she didn't vote for Trump in 2016 won't vote for him in November. But what's interesting is even Republicans We surveyed who do back President Trump want him to do a lot more to fight Covad, 19. Here's Kevin Reno, who lives in Irving, Texas. I think a national approach would be better. I think he would be effective and it may be a two point here before too long that we have to do that and again. So far, the president has resisted this idea of a kind of national response. But we found 2/3 of Americans want a single countrywide strategy for Corona virus testing. For deciding when businesses and schools should reopen. Let me ask you what you found on schools because that is one of the biggest questions going right now. President Trump says he wants kids back in classrooms in the fall. Do the people you surveyed think that that is going to happen or that that can happen safely? People are really nervous about this. Overall, 66% of Americans say they favor distance learning in the fall, keeping their kids home. Democrats overwhelmingly favor that Republicans more mixed. 60% agree with Trump and think kids should go back to classrooms. And just real quick, the economy. What are we saying? Yeah, People say they want Washington to get off the fence. They want them to spend big to help the economy and help people who are struggling, even if that means taking on Mohr national debt. NPR's Brian Man, Brian, Thanks so much. Thank you. Okay. I'm going to admit something here. No. Well, my kids want a puppy to keep them company during the pandemic so far, though, we have held off But you, my friend have heeded the call. I did. I got a puppy on Sunday. He is amazing. I named him go, Liam. Oh, Ah, You know, that's a whole other conversation. Okay, Anyway, there's a 14 year old animal lover in San Jose Rachel, who says people should consider adopting older dogs, not just puppies. Oh, people to understand that, like older dogs like they should adopt more senior dogs. I guarantee you that they will give you the same love and unconditional affection as any other dog. I believe that that's Mina Kumar. She was adopted in India and brought to the U. S. By her parents, Meena is focused on the idea of a forever home. I just feel like many senior dogs do struggle to find a forever home because of their medical conditions. I really hope that one every one of them gets a forever home, just like I did. Her Mom J. Aya says it was clear early on that her daughter loved animals. A dark and late a litter of puppies, You know, in the apartment complex animal by and so we would spend hours just taking her there. She loved the puppies. But older pets really have a place in her heart like this one, much by the name of George Senior dogs, Eircom. They remind him a grandfather who is also old, and I loved George because he was so calm and he was just a very loving and he was such a great cuddler. So Meena heard about Mudville, which is a cage free dog Rescue program for older pets. Stop it. Sherry Frankel is the founder. I started my bill about 13 years ago when there was no such thing as a senior dog rescue. Excuse me. I'm gonna have to grab this one little dog coming in Romer. Ah, she want me to start over. Meena would drop into my build a visit the senior dogs, But there was a problem. Here's mom actually immediately. She wanted to go volunteer at Montreuil, but she was too young. Because you're only nine. She was only nine. You have to be 17 years old to volunteer there. But Meena would not be dissuaded. She came up with a plan. A great idea popped up in my head and that was to take care of dogs around my neighborhood and donate all the money. I earn too much, though she raised $14,000. My goal is to contribute 25,000 too much, though. Frankel says Meena has become something of a viper at the rescue centre. Martha was honored to have her as a friend of my fill and also I am so happy to know her and know that there are used out there that have compassion like she does. She's.
"quakertown" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"All in this together right yes B. C. right shoulder Newton stand well you could see children dirt they don't care for their kids I don't do that but I have no way of knowing whether that's true or not as Ross just pointed out yes Donna what's up good morning KCNA to take away from the great pancake debate but I wanted to call about the new Twitter feature and I've noticed well the first person that I've noticed using it is Mister potato head Brian Stelter it's a line that you would get ratios on the regular he does he absolutely does then he deserves to I just find it amazing that this suppose a journalist of course use the term widely here is an annoying to in the first amendment and yet doesn't doesn't respect for others you know they want to target people you know they want to pontificate and they don't want any criticism whatsoever in turn into interactive website it's ridiculous you know in the end and you know frankly I think that there's things that Twitter is done over the years but I think it's one of those things which eliminates I want a a fundamental part of what Twitter provides because it's not just the arguing politically Twitter provided an opportunity for Joe blow who's you know sit at home bear fifteen pancakes to survive to have the potential to it but but to have the potential to be heard from somebody who is a celebrity or sports icon or right you know any of those things and if you're if you're a celebrity now you know if why why would you have comments on if you don't have to still be able to communicate so it you run the risk of eliminating that are not yet a political atmosphere so and it's funny too I don't I noticed that the feature is available to everyone no well I side right now it's a beta to beta so they're just kind of hand selecting who gets to use yeah beta yeah it is all right Donna thank I keep hitting the button to Quakertown Ruskin other breaking news founder I'm so excited aha.
"quakertown" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Rabbit rabbit yeah all drunk that's a good he did not make the list sadly all my all right thank you are going to go all right to we see here let me give you a couple more here did did earn we go into the lower levels of this and it Rosie the waitress one hundred what that the Cottonelle puppy at one OO for all women discos brought before the free needle but if I had a couple of calls about all we may hold on here we go I wanna go to Norway great when you got well I did at Frito bandito but I was wondering about the Quakertown the Quaker oats well first things first the Frito bandito came in at one OO seven he was just on the outside of the top one hundred and what was the other one the Quaker oats yeah that's a great one yeah and I'm I he has to be in this list okay rolling through Mallory on there when I don't know I found him he makes the top thirty he's in at number twenty seven okay one more word about that mermaid on what's the baskets in chicken yeah in a minute hold on this will be the last one we will look up you did that make the top one hundred I do not see I see chef boy Ardee at number thirty seven I know I don't even know if they make that tune ending I don't see a I don't see it on the list sadly all right I gotta go every weekend I thank you all right that was fun the the meow mix cat was it sixty five remember that one now mia mia mia do not use that as a cut yeah me army IBM yeah I remember the know the musical notes across the screen is the cap the BMX cat was eating yeah I mean what what what are you what that's the thing I'm not making that up alright I'm done we give you one more to give you one more good one.
"quakertown" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast
"Package maybe we we can convince them Medford's a good spot. So I became the token beer guy on this group that was going to basically try to convince Aaron Hill to come to Medford now we all know the end of the story. The opening of where he's really fun. Little pub you know Medford didn't look out there but I ended up having half a business plan for a brewery and at the same time now being laid off from Medford. It's one of those things where I could cash out part of my retirement. So now this weird little idea start sticking like what if we tried to do this downtown. There's a bunch of vacant spots. Then we find out Medford has an ordinance against all alcohol production. We get to fight with the town. WHO's now our best friend? But at the time it was there was touch and go. We actually leased space in two thousand. Fourteen didn't open till April of two thousand sixteen. So gives you the amount of journey and only about half of that was construction. But we are starring we stuck with it and it gradually became one of those things. Don't tell me I can't open a brewery dig my heels in and show you bastards and at some point it just worked and when it works It became a lot of fun at the same time. And I don't want to claim credit for it but I know we were part of it down starts reviving and then is more things happening and more people start coming to downtown and we start to have more fun with it and at some some point I worried less about the craft. Beer crowd like nothing wrong with the crappier crowd. But I'll show worried about it very beginning. I have to prove this perfect beer. I want to be okay. The next insert hyper here and people would come in and as we dialed in our healthy while he was on our heff horizon. That was the best selling beer for a while or we'd make these fruit beers with local farmers. They were bestselling beers. I'm like what if we just keep going local doing more and more local and that just has now kind have become our thing and along the way it fits still a firefighter. I now work for Princeton University. I don't know if I should Mitt that but that's what it's one of those things. No there are great great employer. But you know it's one of those things the wrong personal here and they'll be like he's on alcohol podcast talking about us but they are. They are wonderful people that that they're stuck with me until I retire unless I do. Something stupid I but Working bag you two points back year. Okay yeah that's true that's true. I have a little orange pin. You know a put that on real fast. But it's one one of those things that I work twenty four schedules so in between each of those shifts twenty four forty-eight Berry and it just kind of that's what my life's becoming its fit and then along. The lower forge became our way of celebrating local history. Talk about history. Lower forge was the nickname for ghost. Town warden stay far is called Washington's Ashington furnace now depending on how colorful I want to get with story. The joke used to be this where me and my wife back. When she was my girlfriend would sneak off my old beat up jeep and go make out sure but we also broke and it became one of those things? Let's go find goes down go geocaching. Let's do this. Let's I don't know goof off till the wheels fall off the jeep right so we'd go out with friends and we always ended up in this on this one road the quaker bridge lower Ford Road Medford's of quakertown. We're like Oh for naming a town we we can't really we. We we're naming a brewery can't really name a brewery. quaker bridge will probably piss off one of our friends so we'll name it after the other end lower forge. I looked at domain names available. Nobody owns the trademark. All that Eh sticks and then we come to find out after this now we going through all this going through. All the hubbub about opening will lower Fortune Hampton furnace the other furnish on the batch though river originally shipped all their bognar up to Medford. Because that's where the Pennsylvania Railroad railhead West. So now we're like this actually connects to Medford this all got shipped shipped up here and actually we have a big mural on the wall of the nineteen o six roared schedule shows the Philadelphia Medford Line where it used to come out and where it actually terminated in Medford is actually still there. It's a doctor's office so it's kind of cool. How it all came together? I'd love the Stanley but it was absolutely unintentional incident. asynchronous Erica Ourika and admittedly still being at Bir. A joke with people I firing up Rubio get the to invest jobs on the planet and actually still is a bit of a De stressor. So you know you worry about a lot. We worry about government. Regulations taxes will boy taxes all the time but in the end when I walk in there usually have a stupid idea and we can have a lot of fun with it so they still might de stressor from work like Wednesday up at work horrible shifts. Everything that could go wrong. It did go wrong and it wasn't even bad calls. It was just stupid stuff so but Thursday morning I get home and I'm like growling and then I remember I was like. Oh we're getting a bunch of new grains in it the berry time at the brewery. I'm thinking of about a dozen different ideas for beers we're going to produce next February march. I'm gonNA completely better mood. It's still mighty stressor. I just scaled up the hobby. Now Sean how did it become a family affair. So here's where I have to tell the the funny part of this so I start getting into this originally. It's kind of May talking to friends and I have like about half the money I think I need. I tell perspective brewery owners that for every barrel you think you want to open within your Brew House probably need one hundred grand. So where three barrel birdhouse. Roughly really I mean. This is a huge generalization. Three hundred grand probably scales up ten barrel million you know so and so forth so I was able to get kind of half way it to the finish line. I started talking to friends and of course at this point I had a couple of really decent homebrew recipe. So I'd have to come over. And you know an entire five or ten gallon batch it was gonna own if these guys. I was asking for a lot of money. Like hey you can own a bit of the brewery and you know here we go trust me with your money and we'll probably make a profit in three to five years and I couldn't keep up so my mom had a background. We'll say in other alcohol backgrounds She can make a me amine. Apple Jackets will leave it at that And she goes and she actually has a commercial a restaurant background. She's like well if you me recipe recipes I can I can put this together. I can cook and she ends up. She's got a very different brewing style. The May so it actually talking about working out I like to Osama cold clinical scientific broher where she's the one that caught her whispering to the yeast and I'd WanNa make a joke about it right now but frigging works create a stuck fermentation About a month back and all of a sudden she like it's almost like talking to the plants but wouldn't you know it wasn't stuck anymore like within a day so I'm like you can't knock it if it works. But she kinda got involved that she kind of filled in the blanks on a lot of stuff and also helped me. You realize that chasing the dream of I mean and I'm sure you've probably seen a lot of brewers early started everybody. Oh I wanna be that Berry that has lines out the door were and people are. There's a secondary market for my cans and all that but honestly there's a huge market for a brewer. That makes like this wet right here that I'm glad he gave me a little extra. You know that everyday craft beer that people are going to love that you're going to sell in spades. We somehow fell into that everyday craft. Beer the crowd you know. I'm not worried I may never get a gold medal for an IP or hobby beer. I drink but if one of my cranberry beers or blueberry beers or my half a wise and or something like that gets a little bit of a claim it wouldn't surprise me because that's where we kind of fell into the market and that is a lot of being tempered by having my mom is a Co broher. We I think we don't know but somebody from the oldest before we might be the only mother son brewing team like there are other family owned breweries but just how it is generation Lee we might be the only actual actual active production team. Now how does that work is the original recipe yours and your mom tweaks it. How does that work not really so probably? We are first couple of recipes remind but once things started getting fixed. We'll have a note pad where we'll go back and forth or like a shared document. You know Google Docs or whatever and By the time everything's done it is a huge mix of the two of us and even depending on how things get brewed. You know I got hurt as a firefighter last year. So people people are always always asked that question and after I got her people are saying something and they would try to be like all this this this is a really great. IPO You must now. I haven't brewed a beer here. In nine weeks because I was laid up from a head injury. So firefighter and people don't realize allies that there is no discerning between the two of us right now other than our two styles absolutely complement each other two and a Yin Yang thing with my hands right now but a really did it worked out and I don't think we could remotely succeed without it. which is the crazy part The really is no way to peel it apart. And See who's why who's who other than I probably make more decisions on purchasing grain than she does so maybe I'll claim one extra percent credit but I think that's more cheek. She she lets me get away with murder and then usually we'll correct it later on hillary down a rabbit hill farms. Like Sean forgot to order Munich. Can you fix this. I love her by the way he is awesome. We did a podcast. Yes with them in July if my mother my other podcast fear of craft beer planet on their Cyrus podcast network slug as its reciprocal. We do it all the time plugs up do you know. Why don't we have one of those beers? Which one do you think we should have? I brought me a nice collection which won't won't be leaving here. They're going to be hanging around down here show. Which one should we try first? So where do you in the mood for. Because I actually Love Beers I brought Only one IPA PA.. But now what's interesting about the IP is we're actually labeling it a specialty IPA. Because what we're trying to do. My best friend is lactose intolerant. And I didn't realize that and we had a customer at the brewery. Come down from Vermont and is a gift to us that family behind a berry. They gave us some Wael some hard to find beers and Some of them were amazing. But I didn't think about what happens if you give a new some some of these New England. IPA's that are just loaded to the gills with lactose to somebody's lactose intolerant. Without warning afterwards afterwards I kind of promised them. Well I'll try to figure out a way to brew something Adjunct Free So it was great. My fourth son Thai who's now l.. Two months old today was being born. We always name a beer after a family member and at the same time I was L- I was talking with a Irish craft brewer because they have some restrictions on what they can do about something he was doing what he called the American inspired hazy. Ip and we actually brewed the same way so think of I'm trying to think now we don't do it with our horizon. But think if you're pulling a grant or even not not even as a decoction mash or something like that but pulling a little bit of that award out bringing it back in later you know some of the suspended proteins and things. You're going to get out of that. We did a little miniature version because we grew our our finished product product. It's about three barrels. One hundred gallon by the way Richard. That's decoction was mentioned in two of the last three podcasts Just to let channel that. You should make a cigarette word. We did that we. Actually we did do that once in someone one. We did that on the show where we had had Oliveria and sons. Oh right decoction was the secret word really yes. That was the secret word that we did because when backward flag makes they are half of is and they do they wasn't yeah and their system enables them to do that. See only in the beginning of that episode. I told you guys that earlier today I have to get caught up in. That might be on the way home..
"quakertown" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Radio dot com that was intelligence committee has now released eight redacted version of that whistle blower complaint at the center of Democrats impeachment probe of president Donald Trump the whistle blowers identity has not been made public though at a hearing before the house intelligence committee getting under way right now with acting intelligence director Jerry Maguire scheduled to testify meanwhile former trump press secretary Sarah Sanders on fox's morning in defense of president try I think this is exactly out of the Democrats playbook they used a fake scandal with Russia now they're trying to create a fake scandal with you crying it doesn't matter who the actors are the real bad players in this whole process or the Democrats trying to fool American voters this voter rocky big soul of Quakertown PA says many in his town are turning against Democrats and favoring the GOP as a result of this impeachment inquiry in this town there's a lot of people are turning because they say just open and excel says will vote for trump again in twenty twenty less than an hour the Port Authority of votes in Jersey city New Jersey over fare hikes and commuters are weighing in here's correspondance early counselor this is the issue is how much money one they want sixteen Bucks instead of fifteen when you pay cash to use the GW bridge at Lincoln or Holland tunnels to get into the city and EZ pass riders would get less of a discount the path base fare would remain the same but the multi trip discount would be reduced to a little excessive already there's all kinds of phones everywhere that are misappropriated the Port Authority says it needs the money to pay for path improvements plus the new monorail a new terminal at Newark airport I'm Sara Lee counselor for seventy seven W. A. B. C. news there've been a two more his seat at the tax police searching for two teenagers who. not to religious hats off of to his seat at men this happened in Williamsburg Brooklyn Friday night about nine PM it neither victim was hurt though the NYPD looking for two Hispanic teens believed to be fifteen years old this was last night this was Friday night about nine o'clock last Friday yep. big rally anti semitism rally that I was definitely don't hike in all these folks okay yes yes all right said and we'll keep you updated thank you okay what's got into a fight. they want a piece of me and they can have its own like I said to bring all your friends bring as many may ask how it plans as you want I'm right outside of thirty second street and Seventh Avenue every single day and just bring it you are such a unbelievable person you got comedy night tonight to not doing you much gone I can beat up people make you laugh on the same day there you go. all right ABC news so I'm not for traffic sports and weather next..
"quakertown" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Bureau for your discount code number you're listening to art emptied town and country partner connecting you with the food you eat illinois farmers who grow it and the food related events destinations in lifestyles that make our state great welcome to orange county town and country partners on a wins they lost yonki day before independence day yeah i tell you you know people don't mean i'm a guy those a few things about food and enjoying food in where to go to appreciate food i gotta say there are sometimes you gotta get off interstate you gotta go into places in time these local treasures like where we are today iroquois cafes so we're north just few miles a lot sika where near quakertown either villager golden boy right on you as fifty to a new owner of the late john veasley is here yet you're welcome how long have you don't like oh i got about twenty seven years really yeah but it's been my family forty three years wow so it's always been in the families just for forty years are very quiet night august of nineteen seventy six in a forty some years ago wow that's amazing breakfast lunch and dinner breakfast lunch dinner open from six pm until midnight if you're a fifty year old son yeah we serve breakfast lunch dinner is that a weekend series in a dream weekend night we mainly we have just gotten sandwiches salads but then on the weekends prime rib.
"quakertown" Discussed on Dear Hank & John
"And I wanted to tell you that because of you crashing our twenty fifteen we got in trouble for being too rowdy, which is a wild. Because why would they make? Get a Gatsby themed party if they didn't want us to be rowdy. Emily. I am sorry that you got in trouble. As a result of me. Crashing your prom. I will say that y'all were a little bit rowdy. Like, I thought that I could just calmly a crash a prom with my best friend or spouse is like a normal thirty nine year old crashing a prom. And I felt that you guys were a little rowdier than was absolutely necessary. I don't wanna put it on you, Emily. But. Maybe next time think twice about how you react to some guy. Crashing your. Also, we got a lot of emails that were like this one for Miriam. Dear John and Hank in recent episode. You talk quite a bit about peeps. So here's my question. What are peeps? Isn't an American thing. Please write me. Miriam PS what is Arbor day? Or is it harbor? Yeah. It's a day where we all go to the harbor, and we sort of look out over the harbor, and we think that's nice. Well, it's not that much crazier than what Arbor day actually is a day when we all look at trees and think that's nice Arbor day today on America. We were like trees are good. Yeah. It's basically the day in American weird that it's when we're like oh God. Sorry. Trees about everything. We've done to you over the last five hundred years and the trees are like, yeah. No, it's good. It's we're fine. Peeps. Are the opposite of trees? I think narrowest way to defined. Marshmallow. That's covered in sugar. Now. I know you're saying isn't a marshmallow just made of sugar. Yes. Yup. He ended the story. I can't explain it anymore. Also there in the shape of small chickens. Or other things. The holiday which brings me to this Email from Haley who wrote dear John and Hank. My name is Haley, and I worked with peeps and design their seasonal changeovers between twenty sixteen and twenty eighteen there are no Arbor day. Peeps yet. But there are for Valentine's Day Easter summer Halloween and Christmas also per Hanks, odd phone caller ID quakertown veterinary clinic that was another one of our clients. And wondering if someone swapped the meta text by accident weird. Now that is very weird. That is very weird. And you say here that that's probably neither interesting or helpful to you. It isn't helpful. But it's very interesting that when I called peeps on the phone got another one of your clients that is not in any way related to peeps. Very interesting. But anyway, if you ever have veterinary need in quakertown, please call Quaker tone veterinary clinic. Absolutely. And if you're ever looking for some sugar coated in sugar are the way to go, Hank. Yeah. AFC wimbledon. Yes. Laid West Ham United in the fourth round of the fake up. I know furthest AFC Wimbledon had ever made it in the FA Cup West Ham a team in the Premier League. Most famous for being the only soccer team mentioned by name in the Harry Potter books West Ham United a team so big that even in a world of quidditch people care about it a team that I think is. Currently like ninth in the Premier League. Some eighty spots above us where we are currently routed to the basement of league one almost certain to be relegated that West Ham came to king's meadow in the fourth round of the FA Cup. And we won the game four two in. What has to be one of the biggest upsets in the history of FC Wimbledon moving onto the fifth round of the FA Cup. Unbelievable scenes. I mean, I watched the whole thing on television ESPN, plus, and I couldn't believe it. Wimbledon were up three now at one point. Yeah. And then I brought my children down. And when the game me, you said Hank this is like there's still a lot of time in the game left. But I'm very excited..
"quakertown" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"I. You called it quits after that. Oh, yeah. Good. Good move one swat visit. And i'm. That's the that's the limit Elissa. Thanks for your call. Another police story. Yeah. Right. A rightful case of somebody actually did something right? Susan in Ewing, New Jersey one zero one point five. And apparently she just had a gun pulled on her now. Gary, but your call will now be disconnected are disconnected it, but I just wanted to make it seem like we did it, right? Like, we had the upper hand is we're bad asses. She just hung up on us. Yeah. Thanks a lot Bill and Morgantown, you're on New Jersey one at one point five. Hey, how you doing? I love your show. Thank you Bill. We were we were working on a doing testing on the pipeline and CA. And it goes like right through somebody property, and we were out there working on it. And all of a sudden, the guy walks up in full, tears, and is holding a gun at us. So we told her we told the supervisor at the time. He went up, and he started talking to the guy they called the police and everything. And they came out, and I don't know if the guy, but they brought him in and they talked to him. So. They don't want the pipeline. Yeah. Why would he pulling a gun on? Do you think? He was the think you were doing something nefarious. I don't know. I guess they I guess they just don't want it or they don't want the pilot. Yeah. He just told us to get off his property. Sounds like the old west the pipeline thing all these pipelines. There's always like I can't believe that they're allowed to do this. Let's take somebody's property and put it through and Bill. Thanks for your call. We have another Bill from Pennsylvania. You're on New Jersey one point five. Yeah. You're doing okay. Yeah. I was at my office one day, we heard some commotion outside and copper so outside. So well, let's go down check it out. So walk out the door and lo and behold, there's fourteen officers gunned down would what what did you done? I didn't do anything apparently, apparently, my son and his friend were playing around. They had one of those little plastic guns shoot the little beads and they were playing around in the yard. Well, they want to come in and the door sticks. So the kick the door well to get in a passer bys saw kicked the door open and called the police. So they I mean, there were cut cars all over the place. It was unbelievable. So came out the door. And I said this is what's going on. They go Grammy. And cut me once they had everyone cuff, then they asked us for you know, the story what's going on. Explain it to them. Then they proceeded to escort me in the house to find the so-called gun, and the I was still cuffed. And they were giving me a hard time for I looked in another room. And they said, well, you didn't say it was in there. Don't deviate really is have a guns now. And I'm Compton you're worried about it. So that they didn't know it was a fake gun through the time. No. But when once they sounding goes, I see why born because it looks like a real gun. I should really it's because it shoots up plastic things. There were horsing around how long ago was this. Pardon? How long ago was this? Oh, two years ago. Because they take that seriously those air soft guns. I should mention the air, but we have a couple in the garage. My son had when he was a well one he is younger than been used probably ten years or so, but they look kind of real when I I know in New Jersey, they treat them as you can't transact announced crazy anything when I was in high school me and my friends had like those plastic pelicans like tiny little plastic pellets. They don't even hurt, but we had like his reprogram into teams in school. Like, we'd be running around with these things, and nobody said, boo. Like if you take him away when they found him. But there was you do that today. You're in front of a judge. You did. Yeah. You're expelled. Yeah. You're right. You would it be an illegal loan? I was always surprised by that that the air soft guns are treated just like a real gun in New Jersey. That's ridiculous. Dish one you can't have one stuck in your waistband just like having a an operational fire. That's absurd. But they're in your garage in case. But they haven't moved laws listening Caleb in doylestown. You're on New Jersey one oh one point five. Hey, guys, I got pulled over by police officer while driving or sorry, riding a motorcycle through quakertown. I just bought the motorcycle a week before off of my cousin and saw the cop behind me. So I knew he was gonna pull me over eventually, and I was doing five below. I just didn't know why he was going the over. So you find a nice straight treacher road and pulled me over and stays in the center of the road and makes traffic stop behind him. And all the gun on me tells me to put my hands behind my head and comes up behind me in handcuffs me, and my bike was reported as stolen, and so I laughed and I explained to him. I just bought it a week ago off my cousin had all the papers. And he had two more officers up while they sat me down on the graph for two hours and cops and what at all their information. And then they came up to me and chuckled and said, you're gonna laugh at this some motorcycle in New Jersey with your plate number was reported as stolen it. We just got confused with yours. Sure, you laugh quite a bit after two hours of being I had a I had a good chuckle, Andrew guffaw. So I'm sure they apologized. No. Kayla. Thanks for your call. So who has had a gun pointed at them one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five tonight..
"quakertown" Discussed on X96
"And then whether. But there's a lot to do. Yeah. The ones for you. And still snowing. Expect snow all the way until four PM today in the Salt Lake Valley High of thirty six with a low of twenty one. All right here we go with Boehner candidate. I'm sorry. We'll give to the Steve Berg news next hour. Don't leave me hanging. He's still alive. Okay. Here's Boehner candidate number three. She was found stuffing ruin her Honda. A woman in. Someplace quakertown says was arrested Wednesday for attempting to steal a kangaroo from a petting zoo. Lauren Lauren rather mccutchen faces misdemeanor charges of theft by unlawful taking and trespassing as well as a summary events of damaging property, Bedminster. Police were called to a peaceable kingdom petting zoo for a report of theft of a kangaroo when they arrived, they found MS mccutchen, stuffing, the kangaroo, and or Honda pilot and then planning on driving a Florida. When questioned by police at the scene, MS mccutchen, provided a false name identified herself as a bucks county. Humane society officer, she showed officers the badge, although she was not working under the societies authority at the time. Ms mccutchen told police she was the owner of the kangaroo and rented it to Chris mayday who runs the petting zoo on the property she claimed that the kangaroo belong to her. However, she was ordered by a court to surrender the kangaroo, and she was not allowed to have possession of the kangaroo in Pennsylvania. Which is why she wanted to take it to Florida. Earnestly all I've ever wanted a kangaroo. So I greatly sympathize with this woman. Yes. This country news a bolt cutter to cut a chain securing the gate to enter the property. They're not.
"quakertown" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"We had a multi vehicle accident that brought the George Washington Bridge to gridlock. All lanes were blocked port authority of New York. New Jersey said that your lanes did reopen shortly after six thirty this past evening, but still many delays in addition to the George Washington Bridge. Blink closed the Holland tunnel. And the Lincoln tunnel both were experiencing delays as well had a disabled tractor trailer that blocked all westbound lanes of the guavas expressway that the belt Parkway split in Brooklyn. About four thirty in the afternoon. Central park. They say picked up six inches of snow by Thursday evening port authority bus terminal in Manhattan was closed to any more passengers at about five thirty in the evening that was so overcrowded, according to the New York Times only a limited number of buses were able to make it to the terminal. After being in line for about an hour, Maryland page in executive assistant who works in midtown was still a block away from the entrance to the bus terminal and her bus to Passaic, and she said, it isn't even a real storm. Someone just didn't plan well for this thing. So there were a number of closures on independent Vania the turnpike came to a standstill for hours. Several interstates were closed bridges has ahead iced over in numerous locations. A person identified as Kristen and on Twitter said she got on the turnpike in quakertown about twelve thirty in the afternoon.
"quakertown" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"With my guest, Catherine Moran and can't mass with hoping the canned dot com before the break. We were talking with Ken about a good system that people can succeed in and how it benefits the company as well as the individual in its teammates to work together and everybody achieve success together. Instead of you know, this is stuff truly a team effort. Katherine. I was curious. You get started in this business. You've been a hairstylist you go to work. The door opens up people come to us somebody else's in charge of marketing. And now here you go you're on your own. What is some of the struggles that happened? What is it that you had to do? What did you have to teach yourself? Plug into the people that knew like can't, and Mary and dying people that I was working with the war. Who helped me to look at the things that I was afraid or fearful about what did I do when I first started out with hairstyling? I I went in. I had to learn had to go through that. I went to school, but I had to learn the different techniques in the new styles. Always continually changing exactly where you scared of. I was afraid of technology. I was I didn't even know what a three way phone call was because we didn't do things like that. I work people to people person to person. So. Helped you teach that or help to teach you that. They taught me that. Yeah. They taught me how to do that taught me how I could do a webinar over the on the computer. I if he would've told me that twelve years ago, this what what does that? So I mean, I knew that there were such things as computers and things like that. I knew how to check Email, but I didn't really like technology, and because I was afraid of it. That's really what it was. Sometimes we're afraid of things you don't understand don't know. So I had to face those years, and I did do that. And and I have done webinars, and I had the way things work in the team work. Things are done where you can click on links now and watch things and help people to see whether it's about the products. Yeah. For Tunde events that are going on in different date. It's just really it's been wonderful and the support of their meters like in Colleen and the people that really care. Have seen other people's lives change that made that relax relax trust. And then take those plugging and learn and you're never too old to that. So what are you doing from home? Are you soliciting? I mean, you are you calling people on the phone soliciting? You just building relationships are you how are you going to advance? What what is it that? You you wake up in the. There are events we want to invite people to events we've been doing radio for a while. We also do little ads and things sometimes put brochures out the round where people are can invite them to I used. I started a system here in quakertown area and with the chiropractor and his wife, and they they just became customers online, and I ran it through. So it was really wonderful because people would come and see if there is to meet the people, and that's really powerful. That's how this company really grew. And and I learned that. And then when we started doing more of webinars easier. Especially doing radio. Webinars were great because you could send a recorded webinars she's somebody to watch. And if they're interested they're going to call you back, and they want more information. Let me get started on his now. That's register you know, and people some people are very excited about it. And other people are scared like I was. Kid around with Mary and said, I was her tenth child because Mary had nine children. She was also a cardiac specialist, and I had blood pressure issues, which I'm off that blood pressure me sideways. So I love that. I face my fears. I was with people that understood who guided me gently by honestly, and the biggest problem I had was learning how to be disciplined working from home that was a huge one. But it was hard to be a parent too hard to juggle all that learning, and I did it. For goodness allows starting on your project. I mean, do you. How do you get some say here try this? I mean, obviously, they need to try it for a few days or months or something before they kind of get to see the benefits that you are saying, right? I often try and get people to do something we call super PACS. They have enough for four months or two months for a couple. So that they're gonna end I and I asked them to be consistent and faithful to their body is getting fed on the cellular level. So that they're getting this into their body. So their bodies can reward them. And that's really what happens. You know? It's been a long a long time that I've been on this. And I I think the longer this is in your body. The more your your cells are happy and yours. It makes your job easier to get another client to promote consuming. They're very concerned about being sick now with obesity, and and all the things that are out there. And this is a great way to get you. Right. Helping other people you can get your products. I have been since the first year products for free. That means my wellness plan. This tapes, I'm pretty well. So it's been 'cause it's consumer. Wow. How much money I've saved? Most of the time when people go into business they ended up having a lot of stress and they need hoping to Ken anyhow. So you just cut out the stress went right to all the good. So let's get. Our last break in our last break, we had a a question I started working in a home based business, but I really struggle to get it going. There's not much support. Can you give me some tips on how to organize my time? And just get motivated to do these things. That's from sandy in San Diego. Can't can you answer that? Again, I think I'll fall back on my coaching experiences. You get you kinda gotta have a plan. I mean, you've gotta have I'm gonna call it a game plan for lack of something better to call it. Whatever your ideas, you're gonna do I tell people you need to be a product of the product you need to take the product find what your results are after twenty five years. There's no question my mind. Some sometimes people say, Well, I I wonder if I'm gonna get results they're getting results. It's just a matter of what results they get. And then it's a matter of sharing. What you what happened to you? Or what results you had with people that, you know, love care about as I said, I will not go out. I do the business while I'm out rather than going out specifically to do the dizziness. It has made me just a much better listener, I listened to what people say what they're accused are what? They're interested in what their elements are whether they feel good or what hurts and then for the last twenty five years. I have not changed in my opening line one bit why because it works. My what I say to folks is I can help you with that if you'd like to hear about it. And then I'm done, then that's the last thing I say unless they what is it about my my elbow really hurts is can help with that. And then I'll tell them the story about somebody that I put on the product and helping. All right left on a second. I've got to go to break these segments. Fly by you're listening to the mentors radio show. I'm John Phillips for speaking with Catherine and camp to home based business experts from hoping dot com after the break, and what can't finish his story. And then we've got another question from.
"quakertown" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"We we've got a few announcements here. First of all people know that we had Donald drain the swamp contest. Now, I think I already announced this. But I wanted to say it again, just because it's so I just I love the fact that we basically said since it's Halloween. People are getting dressed up. We got the election. Let's have Donald. The caveman dress up contest if you dress up as Donald the caveman. We'll send you a book assigned book from me, whatever, you know, to you, whatever. And then whoever wins, it will get three books and a button and the whole thing. Okay. Someone announced the winners right now. I I don't have. Last names, follow them. All right, Lydia, Emily, Calvin and Andrew from cranberry, Pennsylvania. That's the Pittsburgh area. They get it a bird get a book because they dressed up as Donald rains swamped the francs family. I don't have the address yet. Nncholas gates from hudsonville Michigan. And then Chad and Caleb Reagan from bowling green Kentucky. And the grand, but the grand winner. I did not see other day Alicia and Jeremy walk from quakertown, Pennsylvania. Folks this week. On my. The newsletter. I on the newsletter that I sent out which actually goes, I think it already went out. Down. But every weekday Senator, and he's like, I put all the pictures from the walk family and Jeremy walk wrote a sonnet. Oh, yes. I I just can't I can't get over it like it was so spectacular. So they are the grand winners Alicia, and Jeremy walk Alicia created these costumes, I need to get one of these costumes because what we we need to go to we need to go to Times Square and have somebody dressed up either you or me or someone we hire I'm afraid. It might be me who go ahead. Yeah. We could all be just up an interview people about Donald the caveman, we need we but Alicia walk created, these may truly amazing beautiful costumes, and including a Donald wig, right? And her husband Jeremy wrote a sonnet, which I still can't get over. I mean, you want to talk about a talented fam-. Oh, yeah. So part of the newsletter. So people must sign up for your newsletter at Metaxas. Eric Metaxas dot com. Go to Eric Metaxas. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But but I think I wanted to read the sonnet on the air today. And I think I have it right in front of me here. But really this stuff. Just blesses me so much. Okay. So this is. When you I'm telling you the picture, the winning picture of their eighteen month old son dressed as Donald the caveman holding a we the people club with the Twitter bird on it is so cute. I could shriek if you don't get my my my newsletter folks, go Eric Metaxas dot com, which is sign affairs weakening. I'm telling you like if one at a five is this great, you're gonna you want this you want this. But you gotta go to Eric Metaxas dot com and sign up. But okay, I'm gonna read the I it's so key. He is so cute. I'm telling you..
"quakertown" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Ania one otherwise known as bucks county from Bristol to Doyles town to quakertown I grew up in the summertime in bucks county. It was in my youth in the middle of the twentieth century farms just being industrialized with great big highways moving through it. But still it had the feel very much of very far outside of New York. Now, it's a commuting distance from New York, Trenton is very easy and close by the train station. New hope is also there. So there's a lot of trendy nece at the edges of of bucks county. It's well to do I underline Laura a very good evening to you the race. Here is for is for the professional and veteran Brian Fitzpatrick, who's the incumbent Republican. He's challenged by Scott Wallace. However, you've sent me a link political atlas link the takes us inside this not just about them. But about how the district is polling on issues right now. It's rated lean d for two polls. I see and toss up for one poll how to read this as a political scientist. What does this tell us about the rest of the nation as well? Good evening to you. Good evening, John. Thanks for having me on tonight. This is such an interesting district because the cook political report rates it as a tossup seat. The university of Virginia's crystal ball rates this as a tossup seat by every measure that we know Brian Fitzpatrick is an incredibly sort of well received and well liked incumbent Republican and in any other year. I think most people would assume this district was going to fall his way because he has been somebody who has tried to really represent his district not necessarily his national party. But what is true in the numbers in this amazing political atlas website that the UVA's center for politics? And it says has created is that you can see and snapshot fashion how he's. Being dragged down by other factors kind of within his party the first one being that was in his suburban district that Trump approval rating is twenty nine percent. So that is a good, you know, sort of twelve to thirteen percent below the national average for President Trump. And there's no doubt that sort of the disapproval of Trump is dragging on Brian Fitzpatrick's, reelect possibilities. I'm looking at the main issues on social media. This is statewide not just the first district. President Trump dominates thirty-three percent. Second, of course is healthcare and supreme court healthcare favors, the Democrats. If I understand this election talking about ObamaCare has suddenly turned into a positive because the Republicans fumbled it in the first year of the president's term supreme court. That looks like a mixed bag because of the cavenaugh scandal and how it ended. So I can see that there's pull and push. But to remind the rest of the nation who did not grow up in Pennsylvania. This is a county bucks county that entirely reason New York Times every day. Okay. Fine. If it's in Pennsylvania, it might as well be in Manhattan. They're very well. Informed, quite sophisticated. Heavy media all the time. And they they process themselves as part of the Bosnian wash corridor. So it makes sense that they're sensitive to Trump. Now the democratic candidate. Here's Scott Wallace. He then has very little to do other than to emphasize the Trump's in every headline is that the campaign, Laura. Well, I think so certainly I would imagine that he is trying to create distance from Brian Fitzpatrick on the issues around healthcare or say around guns. But again, I mean one of the things that is true is that fits Patrick has been incredibly moderate very reasonable. He's actually sort of one of the members of congress whose engaged in essentially, what's called the problem solvers caucus. So he is somebody who is kind of modeled this notion of we should be civil work across the aisle, find places where we can connect. And I think what's so interesting about this contest is how this contest goes on election night. We'll tell us a great deal about how a lot of the other suburban districts in the country will go and so. This is certainly one to watch. And it's one in the east, you know, poll closing time in Pennsylvania believe is eight o'clock Virginia will close at seven. But we will have a sense of really where this is going when we look at a seat like this on election night. And we look at a seat like Barbara Comstock in Virginia, this is Pennsylvania where the supreme court redistricting between the last election and this election this district in a slightly different configuration was plus nine for Barack Obama and eight plus two for Barack Obama and twelve and plus two for Hillary Clinton in sixteen. So with a Republican as Representative. So it's a perfect target for the Democrats if they're to move the needle back to their side of the majority, Laura let's go to the larger map the conventional wisdom last week when we talk was that the. Democrats take the house somewhere between twenty three and forty seats pickup which would give them majority and the Republicans hold the Senate possibly a two pickup has anything moved in the last week. I don't think. So I mean there is this question about whether or not the Texas race between beta Aurora and incumbent Senator Ted Cruz is essentially, narrowing and becoming more competitive. There was a poll out today that suggested that the distance between them was more like three percentage points and not six percentage points. I think that's going to be very much a function of turnout. And then there's also this question of how much immigration versus healthcare really plays in sort of the important states. The states like North Dakota where the incumbent democrat Heidi Heitkamp is trying to secure re-election where Joe mansion in West Virginia is trying to secure his reelection. Those are the states where really this question of will the president's desire to focus on the caravan and illegal immigration and asylum seekers or will the Democrats desire to focus on the need to protect preexisting conditions and support the Affordable Care Act. That's what will matter. Laura Brown is a political scientists he's also professor George Washington University. And we're looking at a website political hyphen atlas dot com with a great deal of detail. I mean, it's just granular to the end degrees. So if you're a geek like me, you can stare at this on election night the district. We've been talking about his first Pennsylvania Scott Wallace who was raised enormous amount of money compared to his incumbents. He's raised thirteen million dollars. He has two million on hand as opposed to Brian Fitzpatrick who's raised only three million dollars in. Comparison that used to be a lot of money in the first district, and he only has less than half a million dollars on the hand in hand. So that this is an example of how the Democrats have overwhelmed the Republicans.
"quakertown" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Just find it's it's they should have midnight when we're all indoors. Now, we can watch the game. To ruin a Sunday afternoon by being indoors watching football is just insane to me. So would you anyway, so is going on that flatbed and picking apples with a bunch of strangers children and a guy named at least? You're breathing. Air is true. And a guy named Pago steering going. These white people are stupid, but I don't know I bang on his money to pick. The apples is crazy to me. The go-to field three. Let's go to Johnny and quakertown PA, Johnny. You're on New Jersey one of one point five. Hi, good afternoon, guys. Yeah. Yesterday was a summer day. And I mowed the lawn for the first time in what felt like, you know, three weeks a month almost like beginning, August, we had more rain at in the first week August out here, then we then we usually do the whole month of August. And since then it's just been cloudy and rain, and it's like, you know, like vegetables tomatoes are getting moldy zucchini is is crap in the garden. So yeah, it was good to see the sun. We had that dry spell to John at the end of August where you didn't need the mow the lawn there for a while. And then this last week of gloom. I guess everything got a little bit overgrown with the vegetable gardens toast. Yeah. I'd like to wet mold and fungus and the wife wants to start spraying, you know, anti-fungal pipe stuff. But you know, forget about start over next year. One of these football fans, it's sit indoors all day on Sunday. Never good for you. I Johnny, thanks. There's a group of people think you're not a man unless you know who the starting. Oh. Married to one of those non men who doesn't know. Right. And then people will say to him. Your husband doesn't watch football. No. He's not a man leave him alone. He identifies as a woman. He said other gender. No. That's what I'm going to go into the cigar stone, a good your, whoa. How come you're like if I I went after the game was over because I knew if I went in during the game watching the game. Are you serious, and you were afraid it was going to like affect their opinion of your? Already know that I think it's silly to run my life around it. They know. But if they ask me questions about it. I know the Tampa Tampa Bay is very good that he was going to have a tough time yesterday. Whence isn't back yet. They still didn't have sproles got injured before at least participate. Absolutely. But I'm not gonna invest my entire day indoors watching other men do athletic things and make a lot of money with it. I don't blame. You. Sharon is in watching other athletic men in tight shorts. Make a lot of money while I'm sitting on a couch in my buddy Jimmy's basement eating nachos. Not appealing to me. Sharon's in planes were host. Sharon. Hey, how are you could? How are you? I'm very very well. I just got back from Larry Cadillac get my haircut. Oh, this is the Larry Cadillac Cadillac's house. Larry doing. Larry's doing great. And I gotta tell you. I was an aspirin park yesterday with my husband, and it was summer. The beach was crowded the boardwalk was crowded, the farmers market was superb. Where's the farmers market as berry? It's right on cuffing. Okay. Next between in the lake. That must be the most fabulous French breakfast radishes. So french. What is it? In their pink on top and white on the bottom and they're sweeter than regular radish. And you cook them in butter. Thank god. Thank God, vibrant, gay community. They're probably sold plenty of them. Oh, well, you know, it's a vibrant community period. You would like them your saute on with a little red onion and Wilton little spinach on top and toss it it's fringe breakfast. Radishes sounds expensive. Yeah. All right. I probably marketed by another name a few years ago, and they sat and rotted on the show. So they said, let's call them. They were like, I'm not I right. A poop route it was poop river. And so we said, let's call something people will buy it fresh breakfast. No, no wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong. They were French breakfast. Radish is a little girl. Never heard of it. Oh, my years ago. No, you don't. Italy all the time. I was in Marseille, I was a minor French as the Brooklyn of France, the French cabdriver told me not to go in there and common vibrant, aren't very good. We learn a lot with you. Sharon, thank you. Appreciate the call to New Jersey one one point five. Breakfast radishes and something you find in your friends underwear in college. Again, if you ever run for supreme. Not gonna make it. More than one woman from California coming up with the story. Absolutely. Because I don't know what you were doing. It sounds like a euphemism for something else. French breakfast radishes? Yeah. All right. Me, right. Breakfast radish. I'm killing you punch from right? I won't be able to breathe for about an hour. Correct. Right. Well, forty five fast traffic coming.
"quakertown" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"I should have let her know a little bit more about what was going on. Okay. Do we have time for Mary from South Carolina? Mary be super-quick. We're running out of time. Hi, they had takes Jamie. Hey, what's your question? Roklin okay. Hannah. How do you feel that captain plenty said that from that after this charter your relationship over. So Sunday I have actually set how to chat. We have issues. We both apologized to we're in a really good place now. So that's a good thing. Hopefully they'll still be a good place after the reunion. Absolutely. In your opinion, who is worse charter guest by far the crazy right. Had that woman only gold. Yes, the nuts. Yes, twenty five minutes though. That's I mean with all due. We don't respect this time to wait for it. And of course it is. They will also ask him for that. All right. It's time for my day goes to Kylie Jenner who launched her own Instagram face filter today, allowing fans to virtually try on her makeup. Just remember if you look like highly Kris, Jenner will come after you for ten percent. Tonight's shock logos to the fact that since the notorious r. b. g. announced yesterday that she's going to be spending at least five more years in or supreme court seat. People have been offering up their Oregon's on Twitter to keep her kicking even longer yet not one of you have offered up your liver to really in this. Than RV zero organs. I would've they Hannah Casey. From below deck, Mediterranean Tuesdays at nine umbrella behind the bar. She is in smokey Joe's cafe it stage forty, two in New York City. At least I'm. Jamie, where do you live? South Africa. Oh, you do like that's where you live? Right at this moment. Right. Where you calling. Is any from Toyo Hieaux any. What's your question. My question is Casey. I was wondering if after the turning season, you got any of the skills to match receive e. That's a question for Hannah. I believe what I did. I mean, she said she would use me as a recommendation, her Brooke, both it. So I would definitely recommend further positions. Maybe notice it was trying to vision that definitely Streep true. school service, but. Phones caller, what's your name and where you calling. Try. I'm Lindsay from Maryland. Hey, which question. I love you guys. I love everyone. Great. My mom's. So I end e. Questions. Three girls are any of you in a serious relationship right now. No. Where does she live is serious realistic. And even last call that I call her what your name and where you calling. Hi, it's any from quakertown PA. Hi, Andy love. You. Love you bomb. I wanna ask him in the woman. He looked gorgeous, how many hours of sleep do really get. And the second question is, what is the craziest request you've ever gotten. So the first part of the season when my little one was down, I was getting about four hours a night sleep and the craziest like how badly we rated. Here's Jay. Yeah, so I had a Chata guest from the Russian mafia once request a little bit more than a bid to. So that was probably the craziest request. I had been dotty and I gave him up and I knew voice. Money. Thank you ladies so much. Everybody. Thanks for listening to the podcast. Everybody hope you enjoyed the show. Remember new episodes. Go live Monday through Friday at four PM eastern time. Make sure you're subscribed have a great rest of your night.
"quakertown" Discussed on This Week In Google
"Google play services in the play store and frankly why would why would google try to stop that because you're saying i want to use your services exactly do that if you're samsung and you want us pre install google store you have to sign the agreement with google that you're going to do all those things and that's what the eu is upset about i don't know i feel like we will should be allowed to do this because they did the right thing which is they allowed android to be given away for free so that's not exactly as strongly worded is jeff jarvis might have had it but i think i've somewhat represented the jarvis position let's take a little break and have more what is for dinner tonight stacey we're going to have something delicious oh no we're eating out tonight sorry let's come loose that's still true you live in austin texas there yes we'll be tacos there will be tacos there willie kevin remind me where do you where do you hang your head in between philadelphia in quakertown pennsylvania home so you can go out and get a nice hot soft pretzel dipped in butter i don't need the butter but yet you need i'm looking at you you need the butter tude you need to fatten up a little bit no doubt that liverpool football club tattoo give it some swell it out there a little bit problem is from my pretzels it's just a ten minute walk down the street i don't get enough exercise to get the price from well i won't say from where because last time that was halted buckle why what happened did you it remember why why store yeah oh no that we were going on and on about wow when i felt so bad what was what's bad about wa wa not it's awesome there you're there jeff was saying how wonderful it is and then we started looking up where how many stores they had and that east coast and we got we got sucked into the wa wa discussion we went down the rabbit hole oh man kevin we go down that's that's all we do is that you guys do is a little bit more structured and directed we guess we try to focus only on not there's some singing kevin kevin dumped by mu now by kevin never been kevin sent stacy sings l yasha heavily rich usually she doesn't realize i've been recording all her singing for three years now unbeknownst to her and we're going to have a greatest hits podcast one you'll hear stacy can we have ringtones.