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"rodas" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Him um and he said to me when he said you know when i was at the cia i did not do what i should have done to fix that agency and he said um you know i uh and he regret and he said and then he turned to me and like looked me down in the eye and he said the entire upper hedge line of that agency is made up of individuals who do not believe even the democratic institutions of the united states of america that's a quote i have no reason to disbelieve what bobby kennedy say folks the state the police state israel someone asked me on face book nicely and respectfully so and i appreciate your comments said he dan please stop using the term police state there are good police officers out there sir jay comments a lot please don't take this is adversarial but this is what we are living in right now we are living in a police state that is using police like powers to suppress their political opponents there is no other way to describe it i don't want to play fancy word games or euphemisms games this is what's understood throughout human history to be what happens when people who carry guns and badges and arrest authority are used as political operatives by higher -ups above them we are in an extremely dangerous spot right now and if what RFK is saying is true that we have people at upper the echelons of the most powerful intelligence gathering agency on earth CIA that don't believe in what the constitutional republic stands for and democracy and we've got huge enormous problems one of the reasons I played that is after having written multiple books on the plot to take down donald trump I have no reason to believe he's lying let me address one last thing it happened yesterday addressed it on the s a little bit you know folks one of the things I've been going through for a long time is being kind of a public figure in the movement something I didn't ask for I ran for office I didn't I never thought I'd be radio a guy I mean I was an agent I was a secret service agent ran for politics and lost I mean this wasn't in my career I had moved on I was doing some consulting some business stuff I was doing some investing some financial stuff I never planned on being a radio guy or a podcast guy it just happened I read an article one day about how podcasting was the future that was nine years ago and I and I started a podcast never realizing it was going to become the behemoth it became and that led to this on the radio one of the things I want to warn you about if you're an activist you want to be politician I don't mean want to be in a bad way I literally mean you want to be a politician an activist you want to be a radio host the tv host you want to do a podcast you want to start writing in conservative outlets remember what I'm about to tell because you you'll see it as soon as you garner a following the most destructive things that are going happen to you in your career if you're doing the right thing if you're doing the wrong thing you deserve to be exposed but if you're doing the right are not going to come from the left they're easy to deal with folks they're so predictable it's pathetic I'm serious they're morons they really are they're just swat them off like flies they're dumb now that they can be tactical about how they do they've things but never been argued with their entire lives they're easy to break down most of the damage it's going to be done is going to be done to you from a group of people who pretend to be conservatives on social media outlets I swear it's like a bot army of leftist you'll see what I mean when you get there they want nothing more than to find a conspiracy around every corner that they expose to their fake followers it happens all the time whether how a song went viral or whatever they don't want you wasting time on important things like dismantling the police state they want to get you caught up in these little like conspiracies they found around every corner you just got to ignore it and plow ahead now when get you to thankfully where I am or have a big enough voice now and a big enough platform I choose not to because I choose to expose these people but you'll see what I mean if you ever get a following in this movement and if you've been following me on social media you know exactly what I'm talking about all right I think your calls coming up next 844 384 3872 we'll be right back but you do you have a life insurance policy of $100 ,000 or more that you don't need well don't lapse or surrender your policy you might be sitting on a gold mine that's right you may be able to sell all or part of your life insurance policy to Coventry for cash or a combination of cash and coverage with no future premiums even a term policy call Coventry direct at 800 -416 -0600 or visit CoventryDirect .com to find out if you're sitting on a gold mine that's 800 -416 -0600 for over 25 years we've helped thousands of people sell their policies and we can probably help you too call us today at 800 -416 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"rodas" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
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"rodas" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"I was talking about the media and they're ignoring the stories. I'll give you a perfect example. On April 26, Ms. Rodas gave sworn testimony. I've used this many times. 85,000 children have crossed the border and disappeared. That's sworn testimony. That's also evidence that has been submitted. I talked to Tim and he says it's actually much bigger than this. But anyway, I think that's newsworthy. The next day in the news, nothing. Absolutely nothing. But we've seen this over and over again in the media. You said ivermectin is bad. That's listed under the NIH. Hydroxychloroquine is bad for us. That's listed under the NIH. Adrenochrome, that's not true. It's C9H9NO3. This is a chemical compound that is absolutely listed. It's been around in modern science since the 1930s. There's a synthetic form and there's a regular natural form, which is caused by torturing little kids. To get their adrenaline up, essentially. And then extracting it from them. When you sit and me and so I brought this up a few years ago and all of a sudden I was attacked by every media. Look it up. It's there. They absolutely went after me. And the next day, I never heard from my agents, my agency for 14 months. My lawyers let me go. My agency never called me after that. And essentially it was done. And so when we go and do movies like this, you spend a great deal of time with agents working with them. I didn't realize the connection though to my industry and to Epstein Island and all of that. But obviously there is. And I couldn't sleep for two years after doing that movie. Two years in the middle of the night, horrible nightmares. Something hard that happens to you in your life, you can either fade away or turn and fight. And I've decided to fight back. Because those precious children are God and I give my life for God. I'm talking about the Jesus Christ God. Okay, the QAnon stuff, Jim's QAnon. Well, let's look into that because that could be really evil. Somewhere in Congress, they said QAnon is racist. Okay, we don't like that, right? But so is the Ku Klux Klan. And that's another letter. It's a K. We don't like the letter Q. We don't like the letter K. But they don't go after the letter K. I started looking into Senator Byrd. And he was a grand wizard. Hillary Clinton's tied to him. And Joe Biden's tied to him. Understand, this is the Ku Klux Klan now. And there is a lot of data that can prove that the Ku Klux Klan is an evil organization. And so are the Nazis. One could say that they're also racist. But they don't go after those. Only the QAnon. Now, by way of analogy, if I were the apostle Saul and I'm a Pharisee, I'm going to go after the Christians. I'm going to take them down. Now, remove Christians and let's make it QAnon. I'm going to destroy them because the Romans told me they're evil. I'm going to destroy them because my own church staff, my Pharisee, fellow Pharisees said evil. I'm going to take them out. And then you find out it's not QAnon. It's Q and Anons. And Q puts out a question. And you're not allowed to ask questions anymore. Not allowed to. And the Anons, they look it all up. And they start looking and investigating this stuff. I never knew about them. While I was doing this movie, Sound of Freedom has nothing to do with our film. But it's really interesting that they pointed to this immediately and said, that guy is one of them. He's bad. I'll tell you the rest after that. Jim, we have to have you back soon. I'm sorry. We're out of time. Angel.com slash Jim. Jim, thank you for your courage and your willingness to speak out. You are in the middle of the spiritual war and we're praying for you. And keep your spiritual disciplines on the top of your list because the enemy is not happy with what you're exposing. Jim, thank you so much. Hey, everybody. Charlie Kirk here. Does lack of energy, memory issues, brain fog or other mysterious health issues cause you distress? 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"rodas" Discussed on WTOP
"In June. You know it is crazy hot. We'll have that for your Father's Day and beyond. Forecaster Paul Goodlow at the Weather Channel. Tom Fodie, CBS News. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is in China for a high stakes diplomatic trip. He's the highest level U .S. official to visit there since President Biden took office first and the Secretary of State to make the trip in five years. What we're not going to see is a joint statement or images of Secretary Blinken and his Chinese counterpart high -fiving in front of some flags. Tensions between the U .S. and China have been heating up. Blinken's originally scheduled trip was canceled after the incident with that Chinese spy balloon. China was furious about former Speaker Pelosi's visit to Taiwan and there have been repeated close contacts between Chinese and U .S. military that's in the South China Sea. CBS News correspondent Christina Raffini with that report. Meanwhile, President Biden went into campaign mode yesterday while visiting Philadelphia to view repairs on Interstate 95. He also held a rally with union members in the city of Brotherly Love. President Biden was in full campaign mode on Saturday a during rally with union members in Philadelphia. Nearly 2 ,000 people turned out for the event which was the first major rally for the Biden -Harris campaign. Those in attendance appeared to be excited for four more years and Let's Go Joe shouted in the room. Let's Go Joe! Let's Go Joe! Let's Go Joe! The president is expected to take part in a handful of fundraisers this month seeking to raise cash for his campaign. Willie James Inman, CBS News, Philadelphia. Meanwhile, the speed of those repairs to I -95 being credited to a unique method. As many as 200 truckloads of foam glass recycled aggregate will be needed at the site of the now demolished I -95 bridge. George Washington University civil engineering professor Kim Rodas says the material will build up the area which will then be paved creating three northbound and three southbound temporary lanes while workers make the long -term permanent repairs. Kim Rodas I -95 when have they the permanent fix in place what they're doing is they're doing a two -stage they're doing a temporary fix that is going to be much quicker. A Philadelphia aggregate company is already there and pushing more material to the scene. Dan Ronan WTOP news. A truck driver with a history of doing anti -semitic hate has been found guilty on all counts in the 2018 Pittsburgh Tree of synagogue Life shooting. Robert Bowers was convicted on 63 criminal counts. The 50 -year -old killed eleven worshippers and injured seven others. The penalty phase is scheduled to start June 26th he and faces either the death penalty or life in prison. Now we need to warn you of some disturbing details in this next story. Ugandan authorities have recovered the bodies of 41 people including 38 students who were burned shot or hacked to death after suspected rebels attacked a secondary school near the border with Congo. Uganda's military says at least six people were abducted by the fled rebels across who the country's porous border into Congo after the raid on Friday night. The mayor of the border town says some of the students suffered fatal burns when the rebels set fire to a dormitory and others were shot or hacked with machetes. Authorities blamed the rebel allied democratic forces for the attack and the extremists with ties to the Islamic State group have launched attacks for years from their bases in volatile eastern Congo. Now to happier news, the United Kingdom is marking their monarch's official birthday as it's done for 260 years. It's known as Trooping the color. An annual hallmark of Britain's hard power and soft when senior members of the royal family gather together on the balcony at Buckingham Palace known as the fly path. This year was an impressive display of aerial might but saw a few notable absences including Prince Andrew, Prince Harry and wife Meghan who longer are no senior working Royals. That's CBS News correspondent MTS tie up with that report. And tomorrow is Juneteenth. It's been celebrated in Texas as a legal state holiday since 1980. It's been celebrated way before then but it this is the only the third year since Juneteenth has been a federal holiday. The day commemorates the emancipation of enslaved people in Galveston, Texas on June 18 1865 and here's how it's being celebrated in Wichita, Kansas. The Juneteenth ICT celebration is happening all weekend long through the Juneteenth holiday Monday and has plenty of food, drinks and events to offer. The activity Saturday kicked off with the parade. The fun doesn't stop there. A Juneteenth gospel concert is slated for Sunday night. Many food and drink vendors are located throughout McAdams Park for those in attendance to enjoy it through the Juneteenth holiday Monday. That's KWCH -TV reporter Joe Baker with that report and for a list of Juneteenth events in our area head on over to WTOP .com. Microsoft says disruptions of its flagship office suite including the Outlook email apps earlier this month were denial of service attacks by a shadowy new hacktivist group. The software science says the attacks came from a group calling itself Anonymous Sudan, which some security researchers believe is affiliated with Russia. Microsoft didn't say how many customers were affected. Coming up after traffic and weather on WTOP, DC's mayor announces revitalization plans for part of the southeast quadrant. 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They do have the right lane closed for the moment with police, fire rescue, Maryland State Highways all on scene. you're Now if traveling over in Manassas, Sudley Road southbound near 66. It was a minor vehicle fire that was quickly extinguished and out of the roadway so all lanes are open. 66 East from Haymarket to Roslyn again looking good. They found the crash. It's westbound on the Dulles Connector just west of I -66. Single vehicle into the Jersey barrier on the right side. They do have the right lane blocked for the moment, but fire rescue have already cleared and they've already requested a tow truck so that may not be there that much longer. Hurry to Wendy's and get a delicious Frosty strawberry today. It's worth it. Limited time only at participating Wendy's. Rich Hunter, YouTube traffic. 2 -7 News First Alert meteorologist Mark Pena. Clear skies to start your day. It's a beautiful start. Temperatures outside in the upper 50s, lower 60s as you're heading outside. 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"rodas" Discussed on Insider Interviews
"They're they're building over there so it's safe to say that you are bullish on narrative audio rea-. Okay so i think you also influence the decision on some some content. Would that be true. Yeah we have a head of development but certainly a member of the team is thinking about what we should be building next okay and so when you and the team are deciding on that content. Do you do it with an eye to the long tail. Hell well we'll get monetize and will it play in peoria and across other platforms. Well certainly yes. Consideration we wanna tell amazing original stories that their audiences for that can be really nation. Specific content in different verticals we. We actually are building content. That's you know all different genres sci-fi through even female radico like our show with demi moore called dirty diana so we think broadly about the different interest areas consumers have and then when it comes to things like rodas in tv and film. That's definitely a consideration though. We are primarily focused to ensure that the podcast that we make is gonna work on its own and we turned down projects. That won't work as a podcast. So we do you think about the holistic view of the stories in the content. That's being told. Oh got it. So the pitch to q code to develop a product is It's not just you developing and finding the product. But it's also those coming to you and you're looking at it through those lens. I of will play as podcast. Yeah yeah one hundred percent and point out like the projects that key code developed some of them come in as original podcast ideas others actually came from different forms of media to begin with so the left right game for example was a viral. Reddit thread that we developed as a podcast and is now in development with amazon and we have other projects as well like dirty. Diana came as a book so sometimes the idea for podcast actually originates in another media. Type end becomes a podcast and then can go be that other rita type as well great. I knew you'd buffer a good base for us. I i wanna do something. That's common in marketing podcasts. I want to give props through cross promotion to atlanta. It's a great be to be podcast about the industry unless you think insider interviews is even better But you were just on that episode last month and it was packed with great information. I encourage the audience to find that. Episode with steve wilson on atlanta. And in it the hosts quoted malcolm glad well who said we think with our eyes and feel with our ears is that also how q code approaches projects i think. So course malcolm god. Wells is a brilliant person to to quote and put things so we definitely take a lot of pride in how we put our projects together. So q code You know really one of our. Our pillars is rich sound design. We best heavily in that area. We have a head of music who is incredible classically trained pianist. He got him darren. Johnson he was touring with paula. Abdul in discovered by miles davis has done all kinds of work in tv and film. And he's the one who scores Our podcast and we also partner with dolby atmos and dolby atmos as release imported across the industry yet on the distribution side but we've p- reproduce contents to really have that immersive sound because we believe that sort of elevates in takes the stories to the next level and we're seeing an increase in outside to just in the way that tv in film progressed from. You know television sets in. Ctr's through in four k hdr. We're seeing that same increase in audio quality and we make that a core part of the project. Sweet may excellent. I love that. Thank you for being our first mini episode. You are second mini. Episode is glenn teague will williams and she is someone who has a long tenure in audio coming from npr and sink jamaica. Your podcast network has maybe four years old and you you been winning awards and press. You just hit a hundred million downloads. One million okay from my mouth to god's ears named until the teen. You've been peabody nominated. You just want one of the first ever ambanis. Which is a new award in the podcast industry with macmillan for driving the green book and might i say did i mention overachievers on this panel. She has two master's and two children. So i don't know kim friends as another master by the way. Yes so you. And i know each other a bit but i want you to share with the audience your definition of multi genre content. And if that's what you set out to build from the get go with. Linda williams it absolutely was one of the foundational tasks that except for myself. When i was employee one was to only pursue ideas that could be rated in five different genres. So yes i have always been very clear. An people all the time not an audience game. This is an ip game and my mental won't get to have real conversations about their intent coming into podcasts. I really have to emphasize to them. How it is university of your ideas The size of your audience at downloads. And so for me. It is imperative that we are always thinking in a multi genre landscape for original shows and for our client shows a lot of our decks to clients. Were.
"rodas" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Three out of the six of them that have the F word on clear display. 1 802 831 on 1.5. Here's fast traffic Hurry acted afternoon on the area. Roadways were 24 east, banned in some of those a crash over by broad straight to 80 Western Rose landed crash that aged five and Livingstone Avenue in 22, hitting the brakes east and hillside and Harding terrorists. That's a crash. It looks like the right lane is currently closed off both Spurs of the termite kind of crowded Heading out of the car. The truck plains of the term bike, too, buddy. Seven started to improve slowly and towards a Franklin in Piscataway, a sampan creation. Every 10 has now been cleared out of the way. Have a good slowing down. 27 heading into New Brunswick Road one and Edison. Lots of delays to and Route nine. Getting word of a queer sampan side, a notion tangible Bay Parkway lookout for delays around that. Even New Jersey. We're up to about a 20 minute delay. Now. The George Washington Bridge at least 15 minutes of the Holland Tunnel. 10 to 15 of the Lincoln Tom River's New Jersey Traffic North. Jill Myra, New Jersey Traffic South. It is a rough ride right now. At 42, South Bend and 76 East getting under 1 30 down through the creek road. 2 95 self is slow addicts. A 29 white horse pike down to exit. 26 42 South is slow Atlantic City Expressway through the green tree Rodas well in Washington Township anyway, be careful in the terms like there's some debris being cleared off the roadway on the turnpike. South Bound James Fenimore Cooper Service area. Mount Laurel area down through the road. 73 exit Exit four. Any Jersey fast. Traffic is every 15 minutes. Next report for 48 to a New jersey with a 1.5. New Jersey When a 1.5 instant weather tomorrow looks like a pretty stormy day, with severe wind and downpours legitimate concerns. Now, once this stretch of unsettled weather.
"rodas" Discussed on WTOP
"Rick McLorin, the traffic center background cabin. But when we go where the volume's light and moving well, all the way around, despite the steady mist of rain last hour, had to spin out along the inner loop ramp to Georgia Avenue. At last check. Authorities were clearing it from the right side through Maryland along I 2 70 rolling well still, for the most part, but we do have a weather related road close your along the North bound ramp to Montrose Rodas authorities cleared debris caused by the rain and high water. 95 B W Parkway. No problems there route 50. You're good, both inside and outside the Beltway at speed across the Bay Bridge, both ways. Three legs west and two lanes. East Crash cleanup continues down in Calvert County south down side of route for a new route to 60 Police. Last check was With the spin out, trying to retrieve it from a ditch along the left side over in Virginia. 66 good 3 95 better. I 95 trying to get their delays. South bound mostly through Stafford. We had a crashing of the sort of Port Parkway at last check was along the left side had a crash along the south bound side of the G W Parkway. At last check. It was still along the right side of the key bridge and through the district, the freeway's still traveling well through southwestern Southeast We have one broken down at the bottom ramp from the South Bound D. C to 95 to the inbound 11th Street bridge. We believe that may have cleared or shoulder at least you're moving nicely across the impoundment 11th. Play Pickle ball at the W. At the Y M C, a, the area's largest provider of pickleball courts. Leagues in the instruction visit Y M c. A. D c dot or to learn more. That's why I'm c d c dot ord. Eric McClure, W T OBY traffic and We continue to see that rain come down, especially in parts of the area. Let's get the details from Storm Team four's Lauren Rick. It's Yeah, it's a little lighter. If you are west of the Blue Ridge Mountains, but really easy, the Blue Ridge Mountains We're.
"rodas" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Nazi family and what sixty years later. It's still with them. I'm rick steves. This is travel with rick. Steves we're talking with jennifer wilson. And she's written a book called running away to home our family's journey from iowa to croatia jennifer living there in this little village of eight hundred people you must have had an intimate look at just the structure of society. What was your take on on a woman's place in croatian small town society you know i was a little intimidated at first. They weren't a lot of women in the bar. Which is where. I went when i first scouted the place and i was there loan. I was sort of seen as an oddity and eventually i was of teased a little bit for being so independent of my husband's life. You know traveling alone. And also when jim was there with me. They couldn't believe that. Jim was staying home with the kids while i was doing my research. In fact there's a whole chapter in the book that sort of talks about how everybody thought. Jim was living the life of a croatian woman but in terms of the older people in the village they had such a vigorous life that it really is something that we should shoot for more here. I mean the neighbor guy who was well into his eighties. Used to dig our car out when we were stuck in the snow when we would visit. And everybody's still had a job and ran their farm no matter how old they were in his results. I mean everyone. There were tons of people who were well into their eighty s who were still quite vital. I get the sense that the seniors would pass on skills to the younger generation. It's just. That's the feeling i get when i look at the photograph in your book of the old woman with your family out foraging. It looks like well. They certainly did to me. They kept reminding each other my to find you used to tell me they kept reminding each other. We're all that she has so each of them would teach me something different. I learned how to make different recipes from back on zora showed me where the old foundation of our family home was. They wanted me to come back so they could teach me how to knit with five needles. The women sort of passed down to me. The things that my grandmother might have taught me including the herbs in the field. In what we could harvest and drink is t- it was the most touching and important part of that trip for me as a woman Separate from my family's journey one of the things about that village rick. It was crazy. They would tell us everything i mean. I knew who was having problems with this woman. I knew who was messing around with who they would. Just talk about these things openly. They told me about their world. War two stories and these awful things that had happened during the yugoslavian wars. But when i asked them for the village recipe for rocky ah new doors. Shut well. But they share it with you. They would share it in copious amounts. The old woman in the morning made sure we had a shot every morning about nine thirty on my way back from my morning. Run shot of rocky at nine thirty in the morning. The old ladies and i turned out to be a morning drinker. I don't like drinking at night. But wow that was kind of nice to start my day with a little buzz. Like makes a woman more laid back. That's for sure what is rookie. I mean is it a drink. No it's not. It's boiled from plums. Usually firewater right right and i didn't really go out to bars at night so much. It wasn't really might thing. But you know i love sitting around with old ladies in the morning and just doing a shot of something strong and they always told me. It was helped my digestion. And then they'd talk. Would that be a lubricant. And they'd tell you stories. Yeah yeah it was some of the most pleasurable times in my life sitting around the table and listening to these old women. They were very physically demonstrative. They would rub my arm. Non treated me like a great granddaughter. It was it was quite a gift to talk about. The old woman liked to talk about how little i knew that was one thing that they really enjoyed. They like to talk about the tease in the meadow. There they were having me on a steady diet drinking travel which turned out to be saint. John's work because it was such a wreck. When i first got there. We're talking teas that were made of the surrounding meadows from flowers in the meadows. Yep so they are experts at this. They were absolute medicinal experts. There was not one ailment that we had in pie. Of course it was all minor travel stuff. Colds flu whatever that they weren't ready with boiled pine needles in a sap for us or something to that effect. The old ladies had folk remedies for whatever your family and did our first neighbors. That was the phrase in the village for your best neighbors. The ones who you trust the most our first neighbors mario in yazmin took us to the secret bowl in the mountains. That on like a one week period of time. In the fall cranberries and blueberries fruited at the same time in the same foliage and everybody was just laying on the side of this hill just picking berries and putting it into cups and eaten berries and just kind of this big local laid back party out there and and i just remember looking around this heath of purple and red and thinking. There's really nothing more beautiful than this moment in all the travels i've ever made. Whoa a croatian. Utopia suits that one week when he put the secret bowl in the mountain. Berries are ripe at the same time right and there actually an old fellow that came over and asked mario in yards minka. Why we were there in kind of grousing that listen. There's only so many we don't want everybody to know about this. And mario explained to them that that we were family. I was gonna say it sounds like you were not just considered newcomers but you were part of the family. It really felt that way. I mean i was going there seeking my immediate family's connection i was also seeking a little bit more connection to my own family. I talk in the book. A bit about how My own relationship with my mother is a little tentative. And i was looking for my grandmother. Who was croatian. She had a very heavy croatian. And i did know her. I was kind of looking for some comfort from her in these unstable times. I guess and i think everybody you were not really having the fulfilling close relationship with your actual mother and you found your great grandmother and you got that from her. My my mother's mother grandma kate. She was the daughter of the people who were from mirka pie. And she and i connected. We absolutely were inseparable as grandmother and granddaughter and when she passed away that was when i started kind of becoming interested in the place where her parents were from. The last of immigrant relatives died sister. Mary polera dosage and the nuns gave me her personal papers. That talked about mirka pie. croatia. I got those papers at the exact time that i started just feeling really restless and jim was unhappy in his job. Had one of those he had one of those awful jobs where you have to ask permission to have a day off to go to the dentist or prove you're and we just started thinking what if we just took a break and and to me. I was thinking what if i just got to see my grandma a long time and it was amazing. How the village recognized that need in us and you know as americans. I think a lot of time travel and feel like we're superior somehow like we're going to visit these smaller countries from very big country. We're a superpower. But they felt sorry for us. I've found that repeatedly. They couldn't believe that. I was coming there to find out who my great grandparents were. Who doesn't know their great grandparents. You know It was fascinating that they really felt bad for us. I mean they don't have any malls they don't have any good sushi joint but but they knew who they were and there was no doubt about that and they saw in me especially that i just wasn't sure and you know i had not travelled like that before i did when i was in college. I was backpacking. But i was from a very small town in iowa and it was my sister. Paula rodas which the last of the immigrant relatives. Who told me you must travel. You must get outside of this small town. And so i just i hit the road and i just went to learn things. I went to look in the loop. Because i wanted to know what everybody else saw that. Sort of thing It was a very cursory trip but this travel with my family gave me such unique entry into a culture that you never would have gotten in any other circumstance. I really felt like it was the first time that i had truly traveled. Because when you're a travel writer you have a guide or a fixer. Who tells you try this. Try that and they hide everything from you. You know because you want to have a little happy travel story. That will end up in a travel magazine. And that's why everybody feels like they fail when they read travel stories in their trip didn't turn out like it didn't the magazine but this was and i was committed to writing everything in between and i don't look great a lot of times in this book because i talk about how i was uncomfortable. We don't always look perfect. The village doesn't always look perfect. But it truly was this immersion into another world that we loved as a family and and me as a traveler. I think i really learned how to get outside.
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"To sue states directly in the Supreme Court. And when that plan failed, The New York Times says he allegedly plotted to remove his acting attorney general and replace him with the Trump loyalists who was willing to help him fight President Joe Biden's victory in Georgia. Former Fed chair Janet Yellen, expected to be confirmed today to become the first ever female treasury secretary of the United States. I'm Dave Packer, ABC News Calm Oh news. 1000 FM 97 7 Good morning, It's 6 31 Monday morning and in downtown Seattle under cloudy skies. It's 38 degrees, along with Greg Herschel time Mad. The factor here. The top stories from the Coma 24 7 News Center, the State Department of Health says. Within the past 24 hours, this state surpassed 300,000 total cases of covert night. 18 more than 17,000. People in the state of had to be hospitalized at some point it since the onset of the pandemic, and our death toll is more than 4100. Those latest numbers reveal an eye opening disparity and how cove in 19 is infecting. There are state population calls Brian Calver reports, one ethnic group has experienced a massive increase in cases. It's nothing new to hear that covert impacts minorities more than it does the Caucasian residents of Washington. Get the latest numbers from the state indicate it's a much larger problem than you might have anticipated. Once adjusted for age, covert 19 is impacting Hispanic residents four times more than their white counterparts, Pacific Islanders and black residents are impacted twice as much, and apparently, Washington's disparity is the worst in the nation. As the Times took a deeper dive, they shined a spotlight specifically on the number of tech and high paying jobs where workers can stay home and away from the virus. The majority of those people tend to be white. It's the Hispanic, black and Pacific Islanders that tend to hold jobs that can't be done from home. Other factors include access to medical care and protective equipment. Ryan Calvert Camo News today, the Seattle City Council will take up legislation that would allow grocery store workers to get hazard pay again they could get an additional $4 an hour for risking their health while working during the pandemic. L remember tourism Mosqueda. They introduced the legislation last week. There's been another delay in getting vaccines to the people in Eastern Washington as we hear from comas Eric Heights to Spokane Arena was supposed to open is a mass vaccination site today, but that's been pushed back because several local health organizations they're still waiting on the vaccine. Over the past few months, the arena has been home to covert 19 testing. Sally Hawkins with the Spokane Regional Health District tells Caixa why vaccination will be by appointment only. We use the similar scheduling platform at this book and Fire Department training center and that really helped ensure we had a steady flow of people able to get their vaccine now. The health district says the plan is to open the vaccination site at the arena on Wednesday. Our kite's coma News. Come on, Whose time 6 34 r couple traffic, every 10 minutes on the force and from the dupe in law Group Traffic center. Here's Kierra Jordan. We have had a long term crash on the shoulder north and I five year 188th and see Tack on the drive is going to be slow. Starting just south. The state route. 5 16 North Chennai five. Also slow in Seattle between Michigan and the convention center. We have a crash on this quality Rodas. You're approaching I five that's causing about a mile back up into that area. We have a new crash in Lake Stevens. This is going to be partially blocking the ramp from two of Or the West bound us to I'm seeing about a half mile back up there. You can expect brake lights on eastbound 5 12 between the mall in Pioneer, you are really dragging on north bound 167 from 5 12 into Pacific. You'll also be slow for 188 to 4 or five and north bound. Four or five is crowding around sunset. Our next Cuomo traffic up.
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"Center at my Northwest calm a demonstration is underway in downtown Seattle. 07 TV reports that anti ice protesters have gathered outside police headquarters. One interesting thing, though the sounds of their chance have largely been drowned out by religious demonstrators near buying people in the anti ice group are being told to repent. Earlier this afternoon around 50 people marched through Occidental Square. Since the new strain was discovered in the in the UK. Local health officials have said it would eventually make its way to Washington and now it has two cases were confirmed in Snohomish County today. Samples were tested by the U Dub Medicine Virology. Lab officials there say that these are the first two confirmed cases here. But in all likelihood, there are probably more out there already. I got down on people waiting together outside Thurston County is now creating Elektronik lines for people visiting some public offices. Cairo radios Diane Death, Wyler has details Most departments and Thurston Counties Courthouse Building One are using the new sign in system that includes the auditors, Treasures and assessor's office is people must add their names to the entry list online or at a kiosk outside. They're texted shortly before their turned to enter. A few of the offices are making timed appointments. The entry system will be mandatory for other offices and Thurston counties, Courthouse buildings in the coming weeks taking on your forecast Tonight We'll have a few rain showers. Tomorrow night. We'll have a chance of some light snow tonight We'll have lows in the high thirties. Right now. It's 40 degrees in downtown Seattle. I'm Miley Katie. For breaking news highlights podcasts and more download the Cairo radio at Cairo radio here for what's next Welcome back to the hot Stones Society show on Cairo Radio on Tom Douglas and Carrie. Roger Rodas shopping a hat from home from his home office. We appreciate your time. Can't wait to get you back in the studio here.
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"Because everything's so crooked around. I mean not not here. There was Sager always complaining about judges don't know. I'm complaining about eight different states. But of course, the big questions. Give me what will the turnout be? Like Some three million Georgians already getting a chance to vote boxes marked MEREDITH. The president also promised he'd be back in Georgia a year and a half from now, the campaign against Republican Governor Brown In camp and Georgia's secretary of state Brad Ruffins Burger, whom he says did absolutely nothing in the face of voter fraud. Claims of the ST Joe Biden, Also campaigning in Georgia, Monday, had a drive in rally in Atlanta for Raphael Warnock in Jon Ossoff's When you vote for John Rough, Yeah. You'll be sending two senators. We will fight for you who put charge of first We'll put you first Georgia Bureau of Investigation, telling Fox News. They're working with federal, state and local partners to investigate specific threats to the election Tuesday. The FBI also investigating the polls in Georgia, hoping at seven this morning, scheduled to close 12 hours later. The New York Stock Exchange says it's canceling plans to delist three Chinese telecom companies this week. Trump administration had issued an order in November barring American investment in Chinese firms which the government believes benefit China's military. The New York Stock Exchange says the about face came after further consultation with the U. S regulators. America is listening to Fox News from the Florida Central Credit Union home Loans Traffic Center. A couple of construction projects will be slowing down your drive into the overnight hours. First of all on eastbound I for the off ramp to McIntosh Road Shut down for the night. Also the right lane ConEd off it. Mackintosh Rodas well supplied to us earlier or later exits to work a way around that south bound on to 75 at the Tampa airport exit. The two right lanes are being closed down. South bound.
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