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"quayle" Discussed on You're Wrong About...
"When quayle gives his speech. Criticizing her is he like. I am in the rose garden. And i don't think for brown should've had a baby or is it in the context of something else. Well this is the thing so first of all this is in the middle of a political campaign all right. It's ninety two. So i guess you going talk about something that we guess and what. We've totally forgotten about now. Is that at the time. Bush and quayle are coming in second in the polls after. Not clinton ross perot god. We totally forgot that as a country. He was doing really well for a while he was getting a month. After this controversy he was getting thirty seven percent in the polls. Oh my god and most of the votes that he was pulling were from quail and bush. They were losing their minds because they always had this sort of you know fiscal conservatives sort of old school conservative like cutting government spending responsible government responsible economics type of raining and he stole of that basically bush quayle getting increasingly desperate and so they decide to attack america's most beloved candice. Bergen for this is the thing is that. Ross perot isn't really making a case on any sort of cultural social issues. He's just making the case on economic issues and so bush quayle have lost that argument. They can't really say a word and it'd be the fiscally responsible president. So what they do. They have to change their message to something that is going to be more socially relevant for people so what they decide to do behind the scenes and it seems like this is actually a dan quayle joint like this is something that he decided sort of without the approval of h w bush was he wanted to make the campaign much more about family values. That was an area. Where ross perot wasn't really saying anything and bill clinton had already been busted for jennifer. Flowers made a lot of sense for the republicans to then say will worthy pure ones where the moral standing up for values and family and traditions and it was all they had left because bush famously was like the candidate. Eight said read my lips. No new taxes imposed new taxes so he lost his only piece. You know maybe not as only peace but certainly one of his most significant pieces of credibility that's first term and that's what perot's hammering them over and so they have to change the grounds of the battle. Something completely different. And so dan quayle gets this idea of making it more about traditional families. Tell me about. Dan quayle as a human being. So what interesting about dan. Quayle and i think this is really important for how the speeches received later is that everyone already hates dan. Quayle like quick l. is someone who from basically the beginning of his career has always been seen as an intellectual lightweight. So dan quayle gets elected in nineteen seventy-one he's a member of the house of representatives for two terms. His jam is he always runs as a populist and governs as just a standard republican So he gets elected over over promising. I'ma washington outsider. I'm against this culture of graft in washington blah blah blah. in his first election. he puts out a platform of anti busing welfare. Anti-big government thanks. Who's he representing indiana. Oh indiana that's where it goes up. Yeah and then the minute. He's in office. He just votes every republican thing and completely drops this whole. I'm a washington outsider thing. Oh dan it's not clear that he ever had any legislative project or achievements. You feel that..
"quayle" Discussed on You're Wrong About...
"I'm sarah marshall. And i'm talking to you by myself right now because mike off doing some research for upcoming and very exciting next episode. We are giving you a rerun this week. I just wanted to take a second to tell you about it. It is the tale of the moment. When dan quayle went after murphy brown i have a theory that episodes we made sometime before march of twenty twenty have a much lower chance of being ones that a random audience member has heard already because for whatever reason we got a lot of new listeners in spring of last year. Hard to say why and this is one of the ones that we made in the past that i think is a a really good one. It's one of my favorites and someone. That isn't a complete downer and honestly those are hard to come by. And so i wanted to offer this to you guys as a little summer into fall rerun and i hope you're doing great and we have a new episode for you coming up after this one. I'm really excited free to hear it. and without giving too much away i will say that it is a topic. People have been requesting since day one. And.
Threads Across Time With Sarah Bond
"Welcome sarah thank you so much lisa. I'm so grateful to be. Here is such a delight. I am super excited. We know that you are quote maker with lots of experience. We know that you specialize in traditional but also with this gorgeous modern touch. Can you talk a bit about how that started. I read that nineteen. Seventy nine was a big year for you in the beginning of your quilting career. Can you talk about more about that. In one thousand nine hundred nine. I made my first quilt. That i quilt was made in an era when we didn't have rotary cutters and a mats and big rulers. I made this quilt with cardboard and a pencil and some scissors and also machine. And i used fabric that i had leftover from garments that i had made i was sitting in the sewing room or the guest room in my house. My mother came in and she said what are you doing. And i said oh. I'm making a quilt. And she said why. And i said i'm not really sure exactly why but i really feel like i need to make this quayle field. This is my mission. This summer was a summer between years in college. I was determined. And so i made this quilt pieced. It all together and sandwich did with that lovely nineteen seventy-nine polyester batting and hand quilted. It took back school with me in the fall. I didn't really know at that time. When i was making this quilt. I didn't really know all the stories about quilting in my family. But i still felt this. Push this creative encouragement from somewhere. To make this quilt.
"quayle" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History
"Most without equal for this recipe you will need one each skylark thrush quayle ortolan lapping. Golden plover partridge woodcock. -til guinea hen guinea fowl. Wild duck red pheasant. Wild goose boostered and fake pecker pluck and got the birds then stuff the smallest bird into the next smallest birds cavity and so on until you have one neutron star of bird meet paraphrased from seventeenth century cookbook and you thought her duck in was a new thing. My name's moxy. And this is your brain on facts. Two days after this episode drops. It is thanksgiving in the united states and the supporters at patriot. Dot com slash. Your brain on facts voted to go. Turkey talk today. So let's go through the myths and misconceptions by working our way through a painting an odd choice as this is an audio only medium. Certainly luckily we don't have to pick just one painting. Most paintings depicting the first thanksgiving in giant air quotes of sixteen twenty. One contain the same things about of puritan settlers dressed in austere black clothing. With bright metal buckles gathered around a table laden with food. Maybe the family patriarch is offering a prayer and a small group of native americans can be seen in the background. Maybe one or two in the foreground. If i were to show you jennie. Augusta browns combs. The first thanksgiving or the first thanksgiving by louise jerome farris painted within a year of each other in the early twentieth century. Incidentally you'd say oh. Yeah that was in my history book which year all of them probably. That's how we've been taught to think of historical thanksgiving's but we're not school kids anymore. So it's time to update that image paintings of the first thanksgiving referred to that feast in sixteen twenty one in plymouth massachusetts. What we actually know about the feast. Concretely is very limited. It mostly comes from a single letter. Written by a communist named edward winslow two hundred and twenty years later in eighteen forty one. His letter was published in chronicles. Of the pilgrim fathers by boston writer and publisher alexander young and it was young. Who called the gathering. The first thanksgiving even though the word thanksgiving doesn't appear anywhere in winslow's letter that feast wouldn't have been thanksgiving to the pilgrims. Puritans did observe thanksgiving days after fortunate events like a good harvest. The were religious observances. People spent the day in church often in silent prayer and they fasted rather than feasted. It's almost the polar opposite of the way we celebrate thanksgiving today. So that day wasn't thanksgiving and it wasn't even the first for a few reasons for starters. It didn't happen a second time. Let alone annually. So it can hardly be said to be the first of anything it would take more than two hundred years for an autumn. Feast referred to as thanksgiving too widely proliferate second. It wasn't the first meal shared by europeans and native americans in the new world. A reasonable drive from my home here in. Virginia is the berkeley plantation where a thanksgiving feast was held this one by the europeans alone. Three dozen settlers arrived in the chesapeake bay in sixteen nineteen on a ship. Captain by a man who had survived the winter of sixteen o nine in the jamestown colony a winter referred to as the starving time after a rough two and a half months at sea and another week on inland waterways. They finally arrived at berkeley hundred later called berkeley plantation on december fourth. They disembarked assembled a meal. From what shifts rations. They still had ham and wasters probably and said prayers of thanksgiving. It was declared that their arrival must be yearly and perpetually kept holy as a day of thanksgiving to almighty god end so it was for two whole years in march of sixteen twenty two. The poyton having noticed that the settlers weren't leaving and in fact were expanding their territory and kept trying to convert and civilize them attacked berkeley and other settlements killing over three hundred fair playboys if you ask historians in maine they'll tell you the first. Such meal happened not in sixteen twenty one in massachusetts but in sixteen. O seven in papa main. The popham colony barely lasted a year. Thanks to a fire in their storehouse during the particularly harsh winter and miscalculations like staying in a four right on the shore rather than moving inland where the forest could provide a windbreak. They arrived in the
How Gen Z/Millennials use podcasts
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Megan Fox accuses Brian Austin Green of making her look like an ‘absent mother’ while he’s ‘dad of the year’
"She i think it's nice to see this side of other. This look watch downs. So you know me well enough in my mouth. But you don't know me well enough to get christmas present gotta get a damn get slide into bed with us starting right now. Morgan is off on her baby room. But you know we have to bring dalil white and back looking like a black field out confidence somewhere there. Let's right into someone who feels somebody else's being a little irresponsible because megan fox put brian austin green blast for posting halloween picture with their son on instagram. So this is what she wrote. You guys get ready. It's not hard to crop them out. I had a great halloween with them yesterday and yet notice how absent they are from my social media. You're so intoxicated with feeding the pervasive narrative. That i'm an absent mother and you are the perennial eternally dedicated. Dad of the year aches dot com. The sade i interpret all of this like how will we mediate this very intelligent shade. Though she went to her the sorace before she like it. It is very. It's a very eloquent re but a read on the less i mean. Do you have a daughter. Is nord child's mother. Put something like this on social media. What would you do well. I'm very lucky. My child's mother has ten followers so no one is ever going to see him into social media very blessed in that way thank you. Lord was crazy. She commented under his poke. This create a post. She went on his pay. Oh wow so. She just came with the flames. I must full disclosure. I am friends with brian. austin green. You are yes. I know brian. We've actually taken our kids out for play date. Yeah for whatnot. Yeah brands have really family oriented guy. And when you're single dead you know you kind of feel like you. Don't get the credit. You deserve the time that just because many with your kids. She's the one that's running off with popstars. It'd be quite honest. And she has three kids she did. Spend the day with brian. Austin green off the show saturday when you have the kids if both parents want post the kids that's fine and was really to me. It was more of him. I didn't take this off. I do feel like when you're going through a breakup. Maybe they had some agreement that we're not privy to. Maybe he broke the verbal agreement that they said. We're not going to post our kids during the agreement was. Don't make me feel bad while i bounce and do this disagreeing. I don't know i just think divorces good for kids because both parents really fight over really loved as someone from a divorce family. My dad said. I love you a lot more than he would have no. Let's keep it going about halloween. You were still kind of on you know. Come down from everything that happened and there were so many costumes to choose from over the weekend. We had to play a little favorites. You guys one of my favorites was sweetie. she did. Destiny's child she was every member of delhi wa and she did a photo shoot. They photoshop this together. And then she was also mystique from x. men and she looked to kill it as mystique is whoa whoa swings not to be played with like she. You know how to claim kind of have the crown for being. The halloween is coming for her neck. And sweden's body is insane. Like wow you gotta be real. You got to be a bad bitch to be mistake. Her body is five hundred. Five quayle right. She s she deserves all the bursaries. Have anything to say. i'll say about him on. The blue cars here would ask janet jackson which was really cool. We do have a halloween. Fail though y'all because travis scott brown with brown batman and apparently they did not go over well people shady him like what are you doing. And so he actually ended up deleting his instagram shade. Him no he do not think that he looks like a bug. Oh wow batson. He looks to me. Looks like cricket some surprise take a little joke joke for living so i feel like if people came at your costume. You would just give it back. You delete her instagram jetting. Yeah no i don't. I don't make a practice to make fun of people who are richer than me anyway. So all i saw was a big white rim lambo right there. Okay bugger no bug. It's a nice car. I scott guy. Apparently we've started a trend because we did cat costumes last week. And jeb bush and money were also cats you guys who wore best normally was cat woman. Gmo woman still at one of the middle and let me know what you think. Really nominee on the better than the one in the middle man escalated. I'm i'm trying to get him on. Your side are you guys. We gotta talk about cardi b. Because she actually has now called off her divorce. It is official for eight dismissal. Why are you so excited about this. Because that is functional dysfunction. And i support it really is. There's an even bigger bombshell though you guys because the divorce. I think we're all happy that. Listen if they if they like it. I love it for them so they belong together. They're young you know what i mean. They're in there and they're they have a very either rockstars a rock star and i think it's hard to have a monogamous relationship in that environment but it's clear that they love each other so if they work it out. Fine what i do. Love is now that they are back together. You know you play with your spouse and i love the offset kind of cardi off guard About lying on tape she she added so if you are not familiar in in in her song walk she says. I don't cook out clean. You know and he was like no you liars. I love this season. they're cleaning. I think it's cute. I mean this is like maybe say. But i really liked cardi in this kind of like just at home. Chilin violence headscarf shows a new side of that. I really liked what she's like just because she's the headscarf. She's ben dressed down before but she's still got the energy yeah. I think it's nice to see this side of a real like. Oh that's like her. An offset have these quiet moments. That are probably really sweet. And that's probably brought them together. Yeah i mean. I like her. You know i mean yeah. Rapid lying is not a new sweeps. Plenty sweden dollars off the floor. She gets quoits. But yeah. I mean look. We did actually cardi for comment about the divorce part as she did hit. As we didn't shocker. she did offset lawyers though. They confirmed this missile. Which i think is funny. They confirmed this. We confirmed the dismissal. Offset wants it to be known this this mayor just on the rolls royce can't cure love. She got the rolls royce. She got the burqas. They happy holidays on what that means. Netflix's number one movie is holiday. Eight confirms that gift-giving can be a little complicated in a nutshell. This guy jackson decides to join his fling carly with her family for christmas. Now after a brief hub at her parents house she actually decides to give him a president and this happens. Sorry i really didn't think doing whole prison because you said we're not doing whole thing. I see so you know me well enough to my mouth. But you don't know me well enough to give me a christmas present. Some cash tomato got forty forty bucks a prostitute. I'll take eighty
Lobster Fishing Dispute, Oregon Forest Rights and Tribal Early Voting Sites
"This. Is National Native News I'm Meghan Camera Imprint Tony Gonzales. Confrontations continue between indigenous and non-indigenous lobster fishermen in Nova Scotia. Canada senior police officer is defending the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Response Dan Carpet Chuck has more the MP Commissioner Brenda. Lucky says, the RCMP is fully committed to keeping the peace keeping people safe and enforcing the law. She also confirmed that additional officers have been dispatched to Nova. Scotia there have been violent confrontations, property destroyed vandalism and lobster plant burned to the ground that after indigenous fishermen. Out of season claiming it was their treaty right to fish whenever and wherever they want a right that was upheld by Canada's highest court twenty years ago that first nations had a right to fish to earn a moderate livelihood but not indigenous fishermen auto ought to stop the indigenous harvesting saying that court ruling also said the government could continue to regulate the fishery an emergency session in the. Canadian parliament earlier this week failed to find a solution to the issue of just what is a moderate livelihood the chief this having Equity First Nation Mike sack says the dispute has caused his band more than one and a half million dollars and is fishermen are being shut out of the market. Nobody will deal with us like we reach out to so many trying to move lobster. Anyone could buy with a buyer's licence and nobody will take him so. We have a at least one and a half million dollar hit through our community are we can't sell our lobster Everyone in the area has been told that they will not take care if they take lobster. They'll be they'll boycott or blackness to sack says, it will take time to rebuild relationships in the industry with people in companies who are now afraid of retaliation if they deal with the indigenous fishermen sack says, he wants those responsible to be held accountable. He's also filed an application for a court injunction aimed at any harassment of indigenous fishermen with fleet is based for National Native News I'm Dan. Carpenter. A, native American tribe in Oregon has become the first in the US to receive full authority to manage its forests Kale CC's Brian. Bull reports the Bureau of Indian Affairs approved the Co Quell Tribes Indian Trust. Asset Management Plan Tuesday this grant autonomy over its ten thousand acres of trust forest land and resources a first for any of the country's five hundred and seventy four federally recognized tribes. Mark Johnston is executive director for the Co Quell Indian tribe we're. Just really excited about the opportunity to be I. WE respect the burden at that creates going I because you better do it right? You mess it up for those folks that come behind you. We know we're not going to be the only tribe that considers because of the value promise hopping perspective sovereignty or self-governance as a longstanding goal for tribes and timber is an important resource for the CO Quayle Johnston says annual revenue support, key programs including tribal healthcare and. Education for National Native News I'm Brian Bowl a federal judge ruled Thursday that he will not force the Pima County recorder to establish an early voting site in southern Arizona tribes reservation next week, and Gibson with Arizona public media has more the past Gliac he tribes sued Pima County. Recorder, F.. N.. Rodriguez. In an effort to reinstate in early voting site, her office closed in two thousand, Eighteen Jonathan D. as part of the tribes legal team, he says though this. Isn't. The result they wanted he knows tribal leaders will continue to advocate for voting opportunities in the reservation members of the we often tribe testified. I really highlighted the burdens and the obstacles that tribal members face in accessing early voting without honor closer to the reservation during the hearing the tribe argued that with lower car ownership distrust of voting by mail in higher rates of underlying conditions, and early in person voting site in the reservation would benefit its residents. For National Native News I'm Emma Gibson. I'm Megan Camera.
How the Sperm Donation Industry is Breaking Families
"Last month a wired magazine story described a storm that's brewing in the world of sperm donation as at home. DNA, test kits become more popular people all over the world are making unexpected family discoveries. These discoveries apparently have a name NPR. Or Non Parental events at home DNA test takers are discovering DADS or half siblings or dozens of kids that they never knew about, and they're mostly not happy about it. In fact, a growing subculture complete with lobbying organizations self help literature and support groups is emerging for people making these unwelcomed genetic discoveries. One therapist juice developed a podcast dedicated to helping people walk through these kinds of situations told wired that people who uncover hidden family secrets through DNA. Testing often exhibit the classic cycle of grief after the initial shock comes anger and. Depression, their stories are all the reasons we need to take a sober minded look at sperm donation a practice that goes largely unquestioned in Western societies. The four billion dollar sperm donation industry is shockingly unregulated especially in the US children born from sperm donors are among the victims of the bad ideas of the sexual revolution. They do not have the legal right to request information about their biological fathers on the turn eighteen, which means that in most states, these children don't even have a right to their own family medical histories, of course, anyone. Who opposes or even questions assisted reproduction technologies like sperm donation are often called prudish cast his grumpy old GRANDPA huffing about a teenager blue hair after all we're told it's not really harming anyone in reality. However, there are plenty of reasons to oppose sperm donation even if we don't find the practice achey first of all, the industry dehumanizes men god-given ability to procreate transformed into a crude financial transaction as is the case with egg donation. The way the product is marketed dehumanizes image bearers, reducing them to a list of so-called desirable qualities. Like. Height hair-color supposed athletic ability or where they went to college. This isn't some enlighten new way to make babies. It's rebranded eugenics. Sperm donation also dehumanizes children robbing them the right to know who their dad is and leaving them in the dark as to whether or not. Their Dad even knows they exist in fact, the industry relies on such secrecy. The FDA places no rules on how many children a sperm bank allows to be born from just one donor while some banks might impose their own limits the country's largest sperm bank which. Is in California limits to twenty five to thirty family units per man I family unit by the way could include multiples meaning that a set of twins or triplets only counts as one unit while some activists have been calling for more regulation on the sperm donation industry for years the problems inherent to the system that's corrupt from the ground up won't be regulated away the corruption and the sperm donation industries rooted in its very warped view of human sexuality and the Family God's designed for family is baked into the very nature of. Reality like gravity children hunger for connection with your parents. For example, study suggests that many adoptees do better emotionally and socially when they know who their biological parents are and understand the adoption process. But of course, sperm donation doesn't repair a fracture like adoption does rather it creates the fracture permitting even incentivizing a view of children as products and this country eighty percent of customers who use sperm banks are either same sex couples who've intentionally chosen a sterile union only demand children or women intentionally pursuing single motherhood despite the overwhelming scientific literature that. Shows kids do best with both a mom and a dad or as the headline of a New Yorker article. Put It years ago Dan Quayle was right. This wired article just tells what is in fact in old story just with new variables of people who long for family but are suffering in a culture where the family has become. So broken whenever children and family building turned into big business trails of grieving people are left behind reeling from what we now call non parental events the broken us at the heart of the sperm. Donation Industry begins with the man who've used pornography to sell genetic product and it ends with a child shocked to learn that his dad isn't really his dad olive which serves to remind us that just because something is culturally normal does not mean that it should be true moral clarity cannot come from whether or not we find something weird or icky that kind of thing changes it can only come from God's created intent for the world for his image bearers, which is in his own words and is proven time after time to be.
"quayle" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Know that I am who I am the lord and it happened in the evening Quayle came up and covered the camp and in the morning there was a layer of mist around the camp and and when the mist had gone up look on the face of the wilderness then flakes like frost on the ground and the sons of Israel sign these hang each man said to his brother what is it and Moses said to them it is the bread that the lord has given you to eat this is the word that the lord commanded gather it each of you as much as you can eat a measure for each person in your tent and they did so some gathered much and others only a little and when they portion it out by the measure the ones who had gathered much did not have too much and the ones who had gathered a little did not have too little each had as much as he could eat and Moses said to them none of you is to keep any of it until the morning but they didn't listen to Moses some of them some of them kept it until the morning and in the morning it was full of maggots and its bank and Moses was angry with them now morning by morning everyone gathered what they could eat and when the sun grew hot it melted away and it happened on the six day the bread that they gathered doubled two measures for every person in the leaders of the community came and reported this to Moses and Moses said to them this is what the lord said tomorrow is to be a Sabbath rest oh holy Sabbath rest to the lord so bank would you break and boil what you boil and whatever you have left over let it rest for you until the morning so the people let it rest as Moses commanded and in the morning it didn't stink I didn't have maggots in it and Moses said to them eat it today because today is a Sabbath rest to the lord there will not be any of it in the field today six days you are to gather it but on the seventh day the Sabbath day there will not be any but it happened that some of the people on the seventh day went out together but they couldn't find any and the lord said to Moses how long will you all refuse to keep my commandments and my instructions C. the lord has given you the Sabbath rest that is why he gives you bread for two days on the sixth day everyone is to stay where they are don't go out on the seventh day and so arrested on the seventh day the house of Israel called the bread man which means what is it it was white like coriander seed and it tasted like wafers made with honey and Moses said this is what the lord commanded take a measure of mana and keep it for the generations to come so that they may see the bread that I gave you to eat in the wilderness when I brought you out of Egypt and the children of Israel they ate manna for forty years for forty years until they came into a land that was settled the word of the lord exodus chapter sixteen so what if what if instead of living in the story of stuff work watch spend what if instead you lived in the story of the Bible see the rhythm of life in the Bible is not work watch spend its rescue test and rest rescue test in rest that's the rhythm of life in god's story now if any of those three are gonna give you trouble is probably the middle one right what's this about a test what is got tested people what's not so he can figure something out about you that he didn't already know it's not that kind of test it's not like the standardized test you took in school where your teacher figured out if you were tracking or a medical tests were everybody's waiting for the results or a drug test to see if you're on something that's not the kind of test it is god doesn't have to figure out something about you that he doesn't already know he doesn't have to figure out if he if he loves you or if he's committed to you or if or if you if you're worth it because you are he's already figured that out he already knows that that's why he sent Jesus that's why Jesus gave his life for you that's not testing you to figure something out about you didn't already know he's testing you so that you can figure out something about him that you didn't know so if you can figure out that you.
Javier Prez de Cullar reaped diplomatic success perhaps without parallel in UN history
"The former secretary general heavier Perez Cueva. Who's died? Eight hundred was responsible for a series of diplomatic breakthroughs that were perhaps without parallel in the history of the United Nations. That's according to his most senior aide. Shift Cabinet Virendra dial in an interview on Thursday by phone from his home in Delhi. Mr Dial praised the inherent decency and integrity of the former U. N. Chief who served two terms that saw the end of the Cold War telling Your News Matt Wells that Mister Peres de. Quayle played a key role in the transition in an absolutely must be. Manna even of minden Nevada. He had a very conscious way about him and he had a great sense of decency in Texas possible to do this. Some extremely difficult does in terms of the sixty. I just remind us what the challenges were that he and the talented group of diplomats at he assembled around him had to deal with in the one thousand nine hundred thousand nine hundred ninety s where the first time was colored by the existence of the code will enrich the Security Council able to function envoys. Agents possible government. It's very difficult state of affairs indeed. He listens hosting contributions and and it was very difficult. But how stations. I need to pass the UN to the position to see. The benefits of change at the time was appropriate. You gotta you had to saying which often use. We shouldn't have to dive into Mt Poo if action of of the United Nations secretary. General's this time it's a disaster. So you visit to the right woman. Get a great sense of timing. He wasn't one to steal the limelight himself and he admitted that he wasn't the most exciting candidate for the top job when he took it up but but looking back he was extremely effective. Wasn't he at brokering peace especially in the second term? He's prepared view organization so the time when things will be possible see the second time was because nothing they thought his own preparedness but also GonNa Shelf Game Office and that was the Vatican change than the possibilities in front of the UN save. You actually had to mourn those changes and shape the way in which the changes what's happened and stole a degree of trust at increasing degree of tossed peasants council. That was that's thought his scale. So that the four in a sense the good will probably take over. He had begun to make possibilities within the US Corporation Wolf feasible and in that does this what happened in the second term and school since he you beat the string of successes invested. You and I think it has lessened the thing that he himself. What is your favorite memory of him? I think I have to say my him was his last day in office when I percents of the clock stopped at midnight to get the signatures of the bill. Cool fused with the hip of scully's. Hey this building. Without looking back. He left the building as a twitter chorus of angels. Everyone was so happy. And when we got to lift the soul to be didn't know if people standing members of the secretariat everybody found. This is himself sort of any people live off to get done and finally how would you sum up his his impact on the UN and the world at large? Tom Diction also school. In an absolute muster used every opportunity to that time so great achievement and I think in some ways in some ways because cooperation developed within the members of Security Council New York in a way that abusive to ending the code of all the United Nations. Became the forum in which the coach will manifested. This has s coming to an end. It's fascinating thing. There's one thing you say. As a postscript sometimes during the difficult here's you would meet them at the end of the day and we'd rather the the tribes of the day and he would be very sad because everything we've seen in the Colson Day was wiped out before the end of it. He would look at me and sometimes hold on. Wait and you know we do not have the next to be discussed so you would you would think they continue and continue day off the right time came and invest manifested themselves when I came into pieces to wait and wait for them and for them and then the food scheme was data.
"quayle" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Said they planted a tree in the Quayle habitat obviously something that day the the gum trees that they like to eat the essence particularly so there there are things that you know even if you don't feel like it's it's much make it a if there's a wave of of effort and and that goes on I can go a long way for for helping out so any little thing that you can do yeah right yeah Fred Hoagland thank you so much I appreciate it thanks for telling the story author Laura will be gave up drinking four years ago in the process realize that there were few options out there for people wanting to take a self guided journey to kick their drinking habit so she set up club soda a healthy lifestyle brand supporting individuals to change their drinking whether they want to cut down stop for a bit or quit lowers book how to be a mindful drinker teaches you how to be more mindful when consuming alcohol and how it affects your mind and body and offers a practical support plan to help you take control of your alcohol intake lord Willoughby is with us on the phone welcome hi I'm wonderful thank you so much what is being a mind full drinker what does that mean I thank the reading and he sat with everybody because I don't care what your call lead but it cuts down stop for battle quit I want you to think a bit more about your drinking set of goals I want to help you achieve them the mind for drinking the thought of us I'm alcohol free mind will bring casting you might be a moderate in mind for during class so it's it's how do you how do you take it to task how do you become a mindful drink or what what is the process four eight I'm a pretty important when any god even if it's a non white also anything out if you really respect when you'll have it today many have to get in about what your drinking is doing we've got I mean thing that you want to change or drinking you clearly have some I did go back to that it's impacting on you but we have to focus on the Hyundai but I'm not the only other 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a parent or you may want to lose weight or you may want to be more productive but what I'm saying no drinking can achieve great things be able to keep him the most thanks for the loan and keep your eye on the prize are you guys it was quite difficult behavior change piece of of what you're about to tell us your own story how you could drinking four years ago and then you created club soda I'm I'm six background like you know in politics much ray was fueled by very cheap white wine on I ended up the job so I really didn't enjoy on my drinking cracked up like most people you don't know if that is so one diet that my social thing in the back you realize you were drinking the may every other day and I was really beginning to bore myself to be honest I I I don't bring that unsociable the past number came to pass me with quite miserable and analyze the pace in the evening I'm I'm really not not we went to all I'm sorry I realized that I need to do something so I told my friends that I that 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Bill Cosby appeals conviction over testimony from other accusers
"Bill cosby appealed his sexual assault conviction today asserting he has been wrongly convicted of assaulting envious constant bill cosby filed his appeal with the pennsylvania superior court appeal said cosby's conviction was not based on any credible evidence but on flawed erroneous in prejudice rulings cosby accused the court of abuse of discretion in allowing accusers other than constant to testify and the defense also said cosby's deposition from a civil case in which he admitted to sharing quayle's with women serve no purpose in the criminal case but to
"quayle" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Matthew. We are talking. With Paula Quayle from Vancouver depot village. Thank you for being on the call me today. Ladies, thank you. Thank you very much pleased to be here. Likewise. So maybe you both can tell us about the organization's mission with a therapy dog program. I I understand you guys are both from different sectors of the organization. I guess. Yeah. I can this is clear, and I can tell you a little bit. So our main goal is to enhance the quality of life of people who I need whether they're sick or unhappy or lonely or homeless right elated Vancouver where we live is breathtakingly beautiful. But it's known as one of the loneliest, and I'm happiest cities in the world. Unfortunately, Vancouver, then cougar. Yes. No way. Your life. You look in the newspapers for example, you'll find tons of articles and how lonely and horribly lonely and desperate Hoover. You wouldn't think so because metropolis and it so, you know, everybody flocks here, but. It's a very transient place. People have very little opportunity to get to know each other and people are in and out kind of right row. Anyway, our therapy dog program revolves around this problem of how to increase the amount of happiness that people feel right? I'm okay. So in general, though, there has been a surge in animal assisted activities. This is part of is called EA. I it's either is animal assisted therapy or animal assisted activities. Oh, yes. Yes. I've heard about them. Yeah. Where therapy dogs are concerned right in the past decade. These activities have increased with programs that have moved beyond the traditional model of one. Volunteer handler and canine working with the health impaired client and aesthetic setting. For example, there have been nine hundred and twenty-five on campus. Canine therapy programs across North America. The field of canine therapy is now expanding into including their -peutic canines into a. Variety of settings. For example, we now routinely see therapy dogs working in the military schools to assist reluctant readers or right to support victims of violence giving testimony or in airports to reduce travelers stress. You may see a lot of articles on that across Canada and US funeral homes to comfort mourners. Yes. Alex. And especially on college campuses is where we hear about them the most to support, and they support students mental health being now Paul might want to talk about we often get the question. What's the difference between a therapy dog and a service dog? Yeah. Exactly. And what is an emotional support dogs? So these these are three different categories and pollen might want to explain about that a little more therapy dogs where they help people in so many ways so therapy dogs are basically to you know, to help reduce stress and anxiety. Improve moods. You know, help lower blood pressure and even decrease the perception of pain, and they come, you know, autistic children and increase social interactions. Yes. So there's a lot that there. Be dogs can do provide love comfort and care to people who need it. Right. Right. Currently visiting the girl with cancer, and it really helps calm her. And it just it really helps her wellbeing and service dogs. They're different because you know, they're basically helping people who have disabilities such as like visual and hearing impairment disabilities or mental illnesses, right? They might have like traumatic stress disorder or they can have seizures or diabetes and service dogs will help us. If people like that. Gotcha. Yeah. And like trained PT SD dogs are able to provide like an added sense of protection and identify like an exciting syndrome, for example. It will make a person focus on them in large crowds, or awaken. Someone having nightmares, right? And wow. Imagine like the service dogs that have I guess more training therapy dogs 'cause I'm kind of getting a therapy. Dogs are more like the companion and correct me if I'm wrong. Therapy. You don't really need to have training per se to be a therapy dog whereas service dogs go through, you know, like hundreds of hours of training like specific things like leading guiding the blind or something, right, right? Exactly. Much to train, Lucy dot. Yeah. Yeah. I just wanted to let you know that it's significantly different because a person cannot live without their service dog or you know. A life saving task whereas therapy dogs to provide like comfort and companionship. So that's kind of different right? Okay. And your organization you guys have a therapy dog program yet. So an average how many rescue dogs you guys have. And how many like qualify for this program at least half for dogs are rescues and training and rescue dog to become a well behaved dog doesn't automatically make it right therapy dog because not all dogs want to have sustained interactions with people. That's true history. Yeah. In a certain sense, there'd be dogs are born and not me. The one thing that is essential for therapy dog is that it must love pending from strangers and not to tolerate it. Like, so. Yeah, it's really important for therapy dogs enough people. So, you know, if dogs will stay on if they if they don't like people if they back off when people come by or pet him in that, right? So right and that dog, and and where do you guys get your like rescue dogs is it usually from owners directly or do you guys work with a shelter? No. So owner is bringing their dogs I Sussman and so some of these are rescues and some of these are not we get about Indian we end up getting about fifty percent or or rescue all k-. I understand. So they've already been adopted. Yes. Correct. Yeah. And the owners are okay. Air adopted they're trained, and then they come into their program, if they are suitable, you know, because you'd be surprised, but so many dogs fail. Our assessments, even if they have been fully trained, and they have lots of certificates, so son training and stuff, and they still feel that dog assessment. Because like the main thing is that it's very unusual that a dog will stay still or would like to stay with a perfect stranger for half an hour or one hour and be petted, right? Situation for a dog. They might like to just say Hello to somebody. But then they move onto the next thing to go and say Hello to another dog or whatever they want, you know, something. Yeah. They won't just like sit down or lay down and wanted to be petted for a long time. So this is a very unusual situation that we're asking her dog to do all that's true. That's true. And I'm just curious to know like between the half that are not rescues in the half. That argue the rescues are more apt to do something or more less to do something. Or is it all pretty much the same across the board. Well, the thing is that once or dog whether it's a rescue dog or any other dog once it has the proper training and handling dogs can change really dramatically. And for example, my dog, Vida as a French bull. And she's the prime example of this because she had very severe behavioral problems when she first came, and she was very reactive to both people and other animals Jerry about six months to a year of, you know, proper training and handling she changed dramatically. She she went from black to white during that time. Hello. Yeah. Yeah. It all depends on how they're trained and handled and you know, exposed also do other dogs and other people and how they're taught things just like kids. I guess, you know, why understand that brings me to the next point. Then what would you ladies say to a perception that rescue dogs have too many issues to become a therapy dog the perception, I'm not saying I believe in that. But yeah, that's what I was just saying that if the rescue dog has had correct exposure to other people and two other dogs, and you know, they've been taught carefully and they've been properly handled and trained they can get over a lot of their issues. And it's definitely possible for them to become a therapy dog as long as they have the primary instinct is absolutely loving people. And with all the time think that's what we're always looking for right, right? A good example of that. When I got her. That's all she wanted was to be loved to be with me. And and you know, she was basically left alone for for six months of her life and just brought up in a room and left their necessary. She ate and peach and no teddy bear or nothing. And gosh. Yeah. I found out about her and got her from the foster home. And it was just like, you know, this guy goes into pets there all to dog or get it from my kids. Right. And then realize how much work a puppy is. Right. So Lucy was just getting on his nerves, and he didn't know what to do. And he's like get this. I don't want to talk. Well, you know, what they say about January? That's the month where a lot of dogs get returned or surrendered after the holidays at that's horrible. Having a dog is a big responsibility. Right. It's it's horrible to see all these dogs. You know, they're cute for Christmas day and a few days later, and is like, you know, crapped on my floor, and I don't want this dog anymore, and, you know, people don't get the patients to train it. Right. You know, when I got Lucy. I never visit. She's the youngest dog ever had. 'cause my last dog was almost four when I got her. So that's when I started training. I wanna make sure she's trained properly, and you know, six months old is still not knowing how to use the bathroom is like she should have known by then. Right. You know, she's just stuck in a room. You know? Yeah. Now, she's a very happy dogs. She. We're actually going to get to both your stories or just going to have a quick break. And we'll continue with our topic of rescue dogs turned into therapy dogs..
"quayle" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Our special guest tonight, Stephen Quayle. Stephen, of course, is a writer researcher of more than a dozen books. Dealing with advances of ancient technology and civilizations his documentary film production company. Jen six productions films, the true legends the series all over the planet in search of the lost cities giants of history who were the builders of the treat megalithic structures of the ancient world. He's got an event coming up in September in Branson, Missouri, which he'll tell you about as well. Stephen welcome back. My friend. Well, good evening, Georgia. Delighted is to be as we're seeing the word normal disappear from our vocabulary in the most extreme events taking place all over the planet. So we're we're just in my opinion. We are watching the acceleration of machines getting ready to replace human beings. And you know, this is something that's really critical because species dominance is going to be the number one war that all of us will be brought into whether we think it's a wonderful thing or not who's going to rule humanity. And right now where I am seeing and talking to some of the smartest minds the world. For instance, Hugo to garrison wrote the book the Arte like war almost twenty years ago. And he was warning everybody. Then George that we're going to have machines that will have intelligence trillion times more than that of a human being. So right now. As we're seeing all of the revelations about battlefield robots about even battle robots in the workplace, those obviously they went crazy at Amazon robots defining their own language and going beyond their parameters design parameters. I think we're seeing a absolute horrifying picture of the future. And you know, what's interesting metropolis by Fritz Lang, the old science silent movie, the science fiction movie, the future pretty well detailed it for where we're at now, and it's beyond nineteen Eighty-four by a massive exponential. What would you say multipliers, and I think people are going to start to recognize and are already that dangers of it because as you get misplaced or not excuse me. This place by robots on your job. And now everybody is wondering are the programs for instance, Q anonymous? Things that are controlling the fake news slash the real news. And we're getting to the point where it's almost impossible tell what's reality. And I say this we moved from empirical reality virtual reality now to total unreality. So we're we're facing people that aren't real that will look real. We're facing movie stars saying things and being placed on porn stars bodies. We're seeing all types of if you will articulation and manipulation of digital imagery. And now, we're all pretty much captive by the digital world soon to be an electronic, and I'll say this prison fide by five G, which I call death in. It's so easy. Stephen with technology the way it is right now to fake things. And you really can't see see the difference. Can you can't? Because again in video racing has developed a some amazing technique. -nology and they call it the Dan's G, A M S. And what that's the civically is generating adversarial networks. There's so many acronyms now Georgia, you gotta make sure in essence, they can create a world with real people. Putting if you will the personification or the digital images up people into any situation and find out if the people were really there, this would be the ultimate setup, and they can duplicate voices. They can duplicate everything. So somebody's gonna come along. And they're going to figure out a way to screw with this technology because it's going to be impossible to tell the real from the unreal. And imagine the events that can be articulated orchestrated and faith and people won't believe it's true on one hand. Stephen. Of course technology is amazing on the other hand. It's pretty darned dangerous now, isn't it? I think it's really dangerous, and I'm not allude, I'm not opposed all technology, but what I am on record Georgian years ago when I wrote the book genetic Armageddon, I was talking about today's technology producing tomorrow's monsters, and when when we see the idea of a disembodied spirit at demon an evil spirit and look at how much stuff on TV now is just goes hunters, and and people dealing with supernatural events, but the idea of demons or disembodied spirit that has intelligence self awareness and communication, plus advanced advanced understanding of what's been in the past, and what's going to take place in the present imagine that taking over robots, and I think this is what is really a particular interest to me. And as you know, I've written about in my book terminated, but the point is is that when you start to apply the technology. That's out there right now it it's fascinating. Because even the robots whether MIT programs one to be hostile and aggressive, but even on their own they're coming to the point of recognizing that their creators are there problems. So when you come to self-aware computers, I don't believe it is a mathematical issue. I believe it will turn into a spiritual issue, and the, you know, whether they're sex robots what the a Tomasson battlefield robots at Thomas killing machines. When those have a if you will supernatural evil entity, possessing, I'm Venice, a whole different world. It's the Terminator on steroids. Steve where do the Chinese stand with all of that? So they ahead of us in terms of using artificial intelligence. Absolutely. Because again, I quoted Hugo to Garissa who worked for the Chinese actually one of the guys that was the first if you will architects of the human brain, and he was at our Branson conference last year, and it was called trans humanum fans humanism and the hybrid age, and he was absolutely adamant that the Chinese have surpassed us and are taking the lead. Now that's coming from someone who worked there for pretty much a decade and was in charge of developing that. So the answer your question based on an expert that is considered one of the smartest guys in the world. He says absolutely George in what they're doing the Chinese their technology is for control, isn't it? Absolutely. I when I say absolutely who would've thought in less than a second. And China's got one point four billion people that any Chinese Chinese citizen could be identified in less than a second and China is moving to social Credit's, and this is beyond big, brother. Now, India's also developing that if you put China and India together, you get about forty percent of the world's population. And it's my contention that the biggest companies in the United States have gone to China to ultimately develop this technology in China because they can get away with much more to bring it to the states put us under if you will let and big brotherhood. And and I we call it motherhood. They're planning on absolutely dominating every aspect of our life. And you know, they've even gone on record as being able to now read are thought. Can you imagine imagine satellites reading our thoughts and arresting people based on what they think not what they do. Absolutely. And we're seeing that right now, we're seeing the foundations in my opinion of the constitution United States in the Bill of rights completely usurped, and there were due process. I think that's gonna be they'll do you as in the work doing and gangster talk kill. We're seeing an abrogation of unreasonable. Search and seizure were seeing evidence that is not evidence. We're seeing people being an essence forced to take please. And that happened under. Yeah. Under Stalin that happened under mile and those well forgive me. So many of those guys take a plea. They just got shot. Can you imagine what some of those people could have done with this kind of technology today? I mean, they would have been out of control Steve now, the Chinese they're putting in zillions of cameras all. All over the country to spot people with facial recognition. But what did they want with all this? Why do they need this? It's always George. This is interesting. It's always about control and control is the ultimate desire of any dictator any political system or any governmental system in order to basically, if fine all of us are being boiled down to if it were being rendered into algorithms or being rendered into the value that the globalist new world order places on people or the Chinese government or the Indian government. And so what they want is total control and in China, they have total control. So the idea alternately will be to identify and terminate. And again, I don't think people understand the fact that the technology is the ideal identification target. Eating and killing machine. And we're seeing it already taking place will we get will. We get that bad. Stephen. Yes. Boy. And I think if people understood George the level of information number one, I'll say this statement eras ago years ago, I caught a lot of flack, I guess, that's that's what I'm really good at attracting flack, I said Facebook in my opinion faces of death book, which it's become most people couldn't even begin to embrace these self erecting intelligence dossier that people build because in my opinion of loneliness. They want friendship they want this, but every aspect of their life every contact in their life, all the different imagery of whether they're playing with their dog around vacation, whatever database. I mean, even what they're eating people post their food. And I'm I'm went so far as to say, and by the way, this was interesting was on your show. The last time was on months ago. I said they even plan to have toilets facilities that will grab your DNA. Okay. Ju only be hold. That's all they grab. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Let's hope that. And by the way, inventors are talking about that. But here's the bad part that DNA goes into a database through a if you will and electronic right people said, that's just crazy. That'll never happen. So let me share. There is no such thing as a secure database end of story quantum computers. The Chinese by the way, have supposedly one of the best levels of encryption. But the war in the background is going on for total control the planet both in weaponry. And all of the weaponry is going to AI to they wanna take the human out of any decision, especially in the field of warfare. I I heard you talking about some of the Russians new weapon systems, and I I can't for the life of me feel, you know, understanding except the globalist want World War three because obviously World War three will bring on the anti Christ. The fake man of peace and by the way. I I call that antichrist's intelligence. I know you had a guest on talking about the beast in east one of the acronyms for visas. Battlefield engagement and systematic termination stay with us. Stephen, we'll come back and talk more. I want.
"quayle" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Jesuits is Dan Quayle oven. Oh, cool. That's not a story, but just the event. Interesting. Okay. For some reason, a police horses at and you got close enough that sept- underfoot what happened? What was his vent about? Yes. So I was it was probably when I was five or six would have been around the time that he would have been campaigning with the first President Bush. I was living in each side of Sacramento, California at the time and my family wanted to go. He was making a campaign stop in. So they wanted to go see him speed, and I remember being outside and I don't know why this police force was so close to the crowd or what maybe at just wandered up near me. I'm not sure. But I remember looking up and thinking how just massive this horse looked for I was five or six, so yeah. So you're a five or six in you're out in the heart of leftist California, Holly. Yeah, yeah, yeah. And so so yeah, this horse comes up. I remember pendant and thinking it was really cool. And then I don't know if we got spooked or what happened, but it turned and stepped right on my left foot and ripped basically have most of my PT toenail off a bunch of skin. Yeah, I had just blood everywhere, and I have honestly been afraid forces ever since then I wrote on the horse later on did not. Joy was not a comfortable experience, but yes, so a horse stepped on my foot. I don't know how it break it, but it was certainly painful. Here's, here's, here's my question. If that happens. Can you sue the police department or. Your five year old. Someone's broken, tell. I wish my family would have pursued. Have Have you you ever ever been been in in. a hotel room with the celebrity that was changing clothes..
"quayle" Discussed on Popcast
"That's not that's not new and on any opinions actually in in goes and what's interesting is that we have a hit on this acquit hit but we have a hit like new by two nipah where it's about amount athlete you don't get any six and maybe that's on new pushing maybe just being quayle just being bisexual is no longer ceuta brave in i mean obviously coming out and being comfortable in your sexuality is bryce but the song itself and releasing it isn't just because it contains that is no longer kind of a huge deal anymore we shouldn't be totally that's really great point i feel like you had some say about a girl yes if it's okay for me to bring it back to katy perry i you know when that song came out i i loved it a lot but i will say that it still at that at that moment and still a decade later i i find that to be problematic and a lot of ways i mean i'm recalling the lyric as she says i hope i hope my boyfriend don't mind it which which you know okay so she's cheating but she's also kind of saying but maybe he won't mind it because this is not a valid experience like interesting you know what i mean i heard that cheating part like maybe he won't mind it because it doesn't count if it's a woman maybe he'll mind as he notes that he might enjoy as well as well as the following leery which says it felt so wrong it felt so right don't mean i'm in love tonight so i find that i still find that to be really irritating even though i loved the song i'll still sing it at the top of my lungs but i find it to be.
"quayle" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Powerful artistic inspirational new tunes coming chris four padding was crap lying no republican people give your by the get the poor still suffering what do we go from here already bought it back in the year okay now what did we organize themselves whether business over in jail or your store so pay attention to detail is something one of them do quayle no your clientele go bill hammering nails all that your nation on the floor the performance air force family exploring every nothing for any came down from the top we hung around on the ground never stop just keeping now the king now we're here today we may be we can pray about with the day living gutter way of take chances that can ever because then standing in your shoe eschew crap pine kin poor people give while the poor still from her got it for them tying by tomato still have couple to be real government support what does it mean to go how appalling our neighbor killin from south appease lp's trees to stick grease thousand dempsey's street the men will do anything for spam lee you can't abandon me and expect me to be standing look at the damage doing humanity from where i spent with just killing earth annual spring the hit ten point quake fema had no mandate but in my candidate broke the family value plan something out to everyone that what their wishes to my god help us kids got billfish.
Bill Cosby trial: Benadryl, quaaludes could have affected accuser, expert testifies
"A judge in saint louis refuses to throw out the felony invasion of privacy charges against him but as saint louis public radio's rachel lipman tells us the judge also made it clear the prosecutors should be punished for not turning over evidence in the case attorneys for brightens had argued in multiple court filings that circuit attorney kim gardner had not given them evidence that could help their clients the conduct was so bad they said the case needed to be thrown out judge rex bros and chided prosecutors for violating court rules about what they have to provide defense attorneys but instead of dismissing the charge he will allow the defense to reinterviewed two key witnesses and a private investigator the judge says that is enough to level the playing field but he did not rule out dismissing the case in the future if more violations happen greatness has pleaded not guilty to taking a semi nude photo without the permission of the woman with whom he was having an affair the trial is set to start may fourteenth for npr news i'm rachel lipman in saint louis the dow is down one hundred thirty two points or more than half a percent this is npr news a forensic toxicologist testifying for the prosecution and bill cosby sexual assault retrial says either benadryl or quail lutes have may cosby's accuser andrea constand woozy in describing in two thousand four encounter with cosby constant alleges at the actor gave her three unidentified blue pills at knocked her out she says she was then sexually assaulted a cosby's home in suburban philadelphia will cosby maintains he gave constant at the coal medicine benadryl to help a relaxed and that she consented to a sexual encounter cosby previously acknowledged in a deposition that he gave sex partners quayle lewd spec in the nineteen seventies at a conference of fifty three british commonwealth countries in london uk prime minister theresa may told leaders plastic waste is one of the greatest environmental challenges facing the globe larry miller reports prime minister meza's britain will legislate to ban the sale of straws stirrers and other single use plastic products she urged commonwealth leaders to take action as well mesa's only with real change can future generations enjoy a natural environment healthier than the current one may describes the us as.
Ex-Playmate reaches deal allowing her to speak about alleged affair with Trump
"The company that owns the national enquirer is leading a former playboy model out of a contract that prevented her from talking publicly about an alleged affair with donald trump that settlement ends the lawsuit brought by the model karen mcdougal the jury and bill cosby sexual assault retrial expected to hear from a pair of drug experts later on today they've already heard cosby's deposition testimony about giving quayle lutes two women before sex yesterday a key defense witness testified cosby's chief accuser had talked about framing a celebrity before going to police with her allegations back in two thousand five it has been a quarter century since the inferno that ended a fifty one day standoff between federal agents and the branch davidian religious sect outside waco texas abc's jim ryan says since then that central texas city is trying to reinvent itself the place where the branch davidian compound one stood still draws daily visitors you can't make people forget about something but twenty five years after the blaze has karla pendergraph to the waco convention and visitors bureau over the years wako has added new attractions namely already to see your fixer upper chip and joanna gaines greg horton of california came to waco specifically to see chipper jones you down absolutely the husband wife stars of the reality tv show fixer upper who's retail empire draws more than a million visitors to waco every year jim ryan abc news seventy five members of the branch davidians died in that fire in waco back in nineteen ninetythree this is abc news time twelve oh four komo aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours on mercer island on the eastbound i ninety ramp to west mercer way there's a collision that is blocking that ramp now state patrol is on the scene and we also have construction going on overnight eastbound highway sixteen in tacoma from union to spray at least a two lanes closed in the eastbound direction till five o'clock in the morning this report is brought to you by layla resort and casino discover the gaming power of one earn points and rewards at all three of your favorite casinos find all the details at tulalipcasino dot com your next report at twelve fourteen i'm jay phillips on.
"quayle" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Right i hate that i know well no it was because i was always into like one night stands for the post quayle cuddle you know so funny i'm like not as a divorce person i was one of those people to the sex was part of it for sure but the hang the intimate hang yes the naked sort of like i liked that someone was using the shower donating like all of it never i didn't i've never really related hard with the jon hamm bridesmaids model of like you got to go you know what i mean yeah it was always about the coddle as well this is great also stems from codependence alone here's a person here yeah yeah just relating but no i got it sister so you were showing it up but you also love the cuddle right and i wanted a relationship but i think by the time i had met andy i was at this point where i was because you know which dates are not dates and being official i found that whenever i was like oh this person might like me i would immediately try to be like how do i become the person they think i am how do i become the person i'm supposed to be how do i make girlfriend to bowl so really because i never felt and i think again because i didn't get this sense of being attractive or meeting guys until college can i just say tell let's talk about microaggressions there's actually let's get crazy i'm not saying this needs to be put in the law book but it's almost a micro aggression to tell someone something you like about i know explain i'm going to go now it's basically it's it's a get andy on the on the.
"quayle" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"I see that you added there okay got it okay so ten hurts we know that would be good for four stem cell production a for neural stem cells we know it would be good for focus especially if you are in a stressed out state are we know it would be good for jetlag after you've gotten to where you're travelling not necessarily four for sleeping on the plane because for that you'd want to use the delta brainwave frequency but four specifically helping out with circadian disruption and then we move on to you ought to two program to on this thing and before we move onto two program to what am curious about is when i'm looking at this flex pulse you know it's basically like this little handheld device with the white square coming off it a what what is it that's happening win when i'm using this little white square that i place somewhere on on my body or near my body would what's what's happening with his white squares thing and i'll put a picture show for was you guys you want to see it the white squares what we call a oil okay so how does a magnetic field how's it produce it it's produced by running current through a wire with your run current through a wire what is going in one direction a current will produce an electric current will produce a magnetic field around it all wires running have a magnetic field around it so that wire goes out to that coil and that quayle spreads out the amount of copper wiring this moving into specific direction and that produces an even more concentrated magnetic field so the quayle itself is what emits the magnetic field that's used for therapy okay does it matter which because there's two sides of the square does it matter which side the user which side such in your body are some debate about that and there are many people who make claims about north versus south but when it comes to pulse magnetic fields uh it really doesn't matter are some theoretical physics at suggest that may be some difference but practically speaking to the body it doesn't make any difference.
"quayle" Discussed on SRSLY
"Lin now we're going to talk about quere i which is the 2018 netflixing reboot of the two thousand and three bravo a reality show queer i for the straight guy this new series follows a similar format to the original with a fab 5 of gay men transforming the life of a different straight man in each episode for the reboot the show has moved from new york city to atlanta georgia and has expanded its remits somewhat beyond just fashion interiors and grooming to discuss fatherhood race and masculinity anna i've been watching this for awhile 'cause i've actually written a piece for the spring issue of the new 'humanised that's out quite soon well first of all i wanted to know if you have come back and watched any of the old clear i episodes yeah i did for right because i'm in this piece i was kind of comparing them quite closely so yeah i watched most of the first series again because that must be a really interesting experience because obviously before we even begin to discuss the ins and outs of the show since two thousand three the mainstream understanding of lbgt issues you know quit representation even like electoral me guide the meaning of the world quayle i feel like the at the mainstream undestanding possibly you know that like the straight understanding of what the word quayle means has developed so march i feel like when queah in two thousand and three if i thought i would have seemed it was being used in a context of like being a sla whereas now the world queries he's so much more to talk about it in the mainstream media are i mean because obviously is always hot a community east it's been very specific but in the mainstream media now that what is so much more to talk about a broader umbrella of lgbtq issues and just like things like that show how far we've moved on from two thousand three of while this show could be in two thousand and three in what it could be in two thousand eighteen a so different so going back i'm watching those 2003 episodes remind me what they're actually like is it all very much like gay guys left fashion like is it very here in not that it really is so i actually founded empasis quite uncomfortable because the attitude of the.
"quayle" Discussed on Hot Takedown
"Long i mean they're out there record technically might be better without him that it is with him but obviously that is not meaningful and the sense that we saw what happened the spurs last year in the playoffs specifically against the warriors without quayle they're not going anywhere if he's not healthy maybe they could went around depending on who they're playing uh but their team that's already kind of in that's two three hole and really minnesota is kinda climbing this i mean depending on what happens with them if they don't play all that well in the second half this is a team that could potentially drop and if that happens ankle wise not there if he does a comeback healthy um i mean it it it could be a really early exit in the playoffs without having somebody like it also just puts off the adjustment that they're going to have to make with the the offences it centered round the marcus right narrow britain like bringing kuwiat back in he's going to be doing more pick and roll aegis can have the ball more and collides numbers himself like were down like a shooting was down just even offer free throws like down from what it was the dress of his career and that takes like 15 20 25 games uh for a guy who's been out as long as he has to kinda get back into a just where he was let alone like any improvement that he's shown every year it has been the league and length so people are hoping that even though he'd missed all this time at the beginning of the season he might have added something to his game because he's done that every season um so it's going to be a stretch just to get him back into like the form that you hope he would have been in last season had he not you'll gone out in that series but like also just totally rejoined the team because it is a different look team this season and uh there's destroy this week by brian windhorts on espn about the differences between.
"quayle" Discussed on Part-Time Genius
"And there she had the bookseller what advocate an when she looked closely at it realized that he was looking at an original manuscript but um with actual original guat paintings had better the painting an author paintings were at recipe that had been handlettered with a quayle an handpainted um he caught me i was like on my way across the bridge from clinton at hurry up you have to get here and thank an and so when i write and looked at it you know i would offer totally ida bite ari no early end in had so much whiten character and color but also for me it was if recipes are um you know very traditional eastern european jewish racket which at my own family um and so i've i look you ready i not only that i know eric on that it's not really the kind of at you find rendered in after an olympic or eight alive we an hiding way in ah i know to the fact that you start with a borst recipe is amazing like that's a dream in his is crazy yeah yeah so in you know the know a lot of that you know having grown up with them and they go back and read in my family you know it's kind of if not the food you think of an parenting and mike exciting rooted in connecting mustered of comforting outback created this i would very cool um so we ended up on finding out from the rockefeller we had never heard of her we the propeller that oh yeah it was done than that and i what i.
"quayle" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show
"They were all big fair big quayle thank all the way up who suffered a air erawan uh let's just get the fao there if you're an adult male over the age of eighteen utah or another man's jersey at all you can where you know where a teeshirt apollo hank top if you want but just thought another man's jersey and make sure that have stopped back work uh resolve the merit i'm agreed mrs put down and another riding blunt thank you and then as a parents uh no i think i think you're right in the spotlight what other people think it's what you think and what you need to teach your children as like this guy's done something heinous he's done something bad and we don't need to celebrate that fire wearing the jersey even if you know people say all he's acquitted or allows not helmet other people like just you teach your kids that you don't perpetuate that athletes and celebrities are above the law and you to show them like hey we're not going to back this we could still back our team without rocking the dmz earlier disease this is like you know that i do doesn't factor into your analysis whether or not someone did it or not um i staying yes but it's also uh a lot of times it's you know the reality of it is that uh the perception is the reality right like if i feel that if this is out there enough and it's not just the first time it's not like oh hey you know maybe he did it like it's multiple times across multiple run in the almost into nettie bengals fan much like yours dallas cowboys fan i mean there are certain times we wouldn't be able to wear any jerseys at all because i think we lead the league in runins.
"quayle" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"And essentially they kind of had the eat their way out so they gathered the quayle the may gathered more quayle and they gathered even more quayle and they ate the quayle than they a morgue wailed stuff themselves with quayle god had been serious in numbers eleven when he declared the people would eat for a month quote until it comes out of your nostrils and you loathe loathing that's a direct quote from scripture and while they still had meat stuck in their teeth verse 33 of numbers chapter eleven meet was stuck in their teeth god sent down a plague that killed the people who'd been complaining essentially screw you little ingrates i'm god that was the message and so they bury their dead and they renamed the place kit broth at taba and this translates the graves of craving now what's the lesson here some would say the lesson is be thankful for what you have i personally think that the lesson is something else i think the lesson is this if you were born in israel i in the old testament you should probably go ahead and just off yourself because you have a pretty short life expectancy on god's watch any way to cap the broadcast today i've asked a friend and fellow infidel ally bosnich ally bosnich is a new york comedian he's one of the hosts of god awful movies is sense of humor seemed perfectly suited to this particular style of show and i ask him to put together a final lesson for our listeners drawn from the pages of the christian bible.