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"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"Why that spread has not really changed. So if anybody could speak to that it would be really hugely interested. Nate still can't hear you, man. I don't know the answer to that question, Lisa. I have no idea. I don't even know where you would go to see those metrics as far as like wrapped eth. I've been so far out of the shitcoin environment that I have no idea where you would go to see it. Yeah, but you can see where it would be hugely interesting to figure that out, right? Like if the top, whatever, 20 people are holding Ethereum. And they're holding millions or however much money. They're holding an eth. If they are actively buying to keep that spread tight, and then selling, you know, when the market, when the enthusiasm for Ethereum picks up and the market does the work for it, you know, they could maybe exit those positions. Well, there's so many games that can be played, right? Yes. Yeah, and if you look at the FTX story, it's amazing. He basically made up his own fucking Ronald McDonald coin and said, hey, this thing has value and then convinced other people it had value. And by doing so was able to create lots of financial leverage. I don't see why Ethereum would be any different. People forget that thing had a 70% pre mine. I'm going to say that again, 70 percent pre mine. And they've convinced everybody, this is somehow a good idea. They could use all of that to create all kinds of financial leverage to fucking make promises to people, to get real money, to use the real money, to buy or not Bitcoin, but Ethereum, to fuck with the price. I mean, there's so many games that sound like Fiat two. So I'm going to dig through glass note a little bit now that Lisa brought that up because they do track some of the wrapped Bitcoin metrics. And according to what I'm looking at right now, the circulating supply as November 16th was 244,000 wrapped Bitcoin circulating. So I'm just going to keep digging through this, see what else I can find. I'll send you a DM, Lisa, if I find anything
"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on WCPT 820
"To not only be the governor of Arizona for four years. I'm going to do two terms. I'm going to be your worst freaking nightmare for 8 years. And we will reform the media as well. We're going to make you guys into journalists again. So get ready. It's going to be a fun 8 years. I can't wait. That seems a little threatening. She's the first person I was going to say. Oh my God. How do I imprison journalists? That's Hitler. Straight up. She's Ava brawny. Well, if she loses, she can always open a restaurant. Okay. If we have to fight through the BS and the garbage, then we will fight through the BS in the garbage But how do you get fair and free elections? You have to fight and win to make them fair and free. And we needed another stark reminder that we have incompetent people running the show in Arizona. Who is ready for a change? We had great patriots around this state show up today. It was so amazing. They showed up at the polls. Early this morning, only to be told the election equipment didn't work. Two minutes in two minutes into voting, we had people being told, well, you're going to have to put your little ballad over here into another box. Guys, the fake media back there tried to tell us we were wrong for asking questions about our elections. Right. So they had a mechanical glitz that they then fixed, which was not a democratic father of any kind. But okay, it sounds like she's getting ready to lose and claim fraud, right? Because a she already said that she will only she will only say it's fair if she wins. True. She's been selling for a while. Right. Then she can kind of become the Ronald McDonald of. Her restaurant
"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on The Gargle
"Like the way McDonald's is, did you ever get that? Like a Big Mac has the flavor profile of vomit, but I like it. Oh, I'm really scared that you're right. You genuinely bite into a Big Mac next. It won't put you off. It would have just made you accept puke more in your life. Genuinely. Does that mean that there's something in the Big Mac which is already digesting it before you eat it? Oh my God. Pineapple. Like run, I just have a vision of Ronald McDonald just eating himself. And getting the burger at taking the lid off and then just some acids from his stomach just on top so it will start before he hands it over to the person who shaking comes to the front desk and we are they baby birds we're just holding our mouths open while our mom Ronald McDonald just vomits big minds. This is horrifying.
"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Know my daughter I got her a lot of Stranger Things. Action figures and games and little books and stuff like that. Yeah. Unfortunately, I didn't buy two, so they probably won't be worth anything. There are other package and, you know, but anyway, if you have anything like that, maybe squid games would be something from maverick or Top Gun. Okay, thank you. He yelled at himself at the end. He said, I rambled on. I understand what you're saying. The problem is in the moment trying to determine like what right now is the thing that you should buy, keep it unopened and put it away in storage. It's difficult to put your finger on what the most popular thing is. What are kids watching? You have a son mode. I have a three year old. He watches whatever you can find on the Internet. Did you watch miss Rachel? Is that usually, I don't think he watches much of her that I've seen. It's like story song or story time, but she makes millions of dollars, and it's very simple to the point. Green screen in the back, teaching kids colors and shapes and stuff. What's the real popular one again? Blippi. Yeah, yeah, yeah. I mean, I don't even know if they have merch for some of these. I don't know if he's controversial, but he has merch and stuff in target. I mean, he's really gigantic. And now he has a spin off flippy of someone who replaced him in the costume. He was actually just here at the Orlando. This is like Ronald McDonald, or like Bozo the Clown. Yeah. Really? He's franchising out blippi? Wasn't blippi that little paper clip helper from Microsoft? No, that's clippy. Totally different guy. He's get with the time. Join us on the show instead of your dispatch, give us your thoughts, go to the news junkie dot com right now
"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
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"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on MMA Roasted
"By the way, they tell you how work the Ronald McDonald for kids that have cancer. That's all I kept talking about was working with kids. So then eventually they stopped interviewing me. This up getting me food. They got so mad that I was doing that. And then they took me out of the whole show. They really hate people that help kids with cancer, apparently. That's a weird sailor I assume, right? That old comedian? Yeah, yeah, yeah. I saw a joke of his out of nowhere on TV or on YouTube and he said they're raising money for around McDonald's house and he said, how big a house is this clown need? I loved it. It was really funny. That's hilarious. He said some funny stuff. He died. I don't know for what, but he died of, I guess, prematurely anyway, but he was funny, man. He said some funny shit. I was thinking about a joke the other day I heard that I was like, I remember, you know, back I like the subway. He's like, always he's like, huge black dudes. He'd be like, hey man, you got money from my basketball team, you know? And they try to sell you M and M's for the basketball team. Right. No comic was like, man, that guy's like 20. At least play for the Knicks. Right. How bad are the Knicks doing with? I gotta sell fucking candy. Yeah. These always do that. Like you have kids that were supposedly doing a fundraiser for their basketball team, but they really were like 19 or 20 years old like, dude, you're in cubs cows, still like, what's going on? I always had some scam going. I took my kid to a WNBA game..
These Vaccine Mandates Lead to Pure Evil
"Honest to goodness, this is some evil stuff. I'm seeing stories of Ronald McDonald house in British Columbia, kicking out a family of victim of family, whose four year old boy has leukemia because they're unvaccinated. How about how about the story out of Washington state, one of the bluest of the blue states in the world? They had a big snowstorm this week. A county that got affected, they wouldn't allow they rejected the help from the county to clear out the snow because the county doesn't have a vaccine mandate. You can not make this crap up. And now Liz Cheney. Using January 6th and the her role she and kinzinger to persecute her political opponents. I mean, listen, they thought nothing of destroying lives and they'll keep it going over January
Family Claims They’re Getting Evicted Over Canadian Ronald McDonald House Vaccine Mandate
"Breaking from the post millennial dot com. Ronald McDonald house to evict families with young children who are unvaccinated. Quote, they are evicting my son with leukemia and other children or adults who are suffering with sick children into the snow. The Ronald McDonald house in Vancouver, British Columbia, allegedly serving an eviction notice on unvaccinated children with serious illnesses, including cancer and their parents. Austin Ferguson, from British Columbia, the father of the four year old boy with leukemia, who has been undergoing treatment since October. Said that they are going to lose their home if they do not in 5 days if they do not get vaccinated. Now this is the Ronald McDonald house charities, which I think is like the official charity of McDonald's corporation. Is that right? Yeah. He wrote quote all tenants, adults and children over the age of 5 who are not vaccinated, are out by the end of January. So basically, if you have a four year old that has leukemia, the stated position of the official charity of McDonald's corporation is that if you don't take a vaccine despite your life threatening, you're already dealing with something that could potentially kill you, we're gonna kick you out of our
Macy's test flys new balloons ahead of parade
"With thanksgiving less than two weeks away Macy's test out its brand new balloons for the thanksgiving day parade it was a windy Saturday at Citi field in queens when hundreds of volunteer handlers went for test flights there are six new balloons ada twist to any B. Tony the bandleader Baird tiptoe a new version of Ronald McDonald holding his heart in his hands and pop culture icon grow group better known as baby that will cost produces the parades and marching bands we have fifteen trying hard to lose got twenty eight loads got a whole host of performances over thirty
"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast
"I don't know if you're gonna crush me dude. I don't know, I was the captain of my quiz bowl team in high school. Gauntlet thrown down. Wow, here's all the questions, though, so that's probably true. I don't know. But I've already so rigging Victor. This is rigged. I've already registered the username all father mimer. And I've been drinking from the meme as well since day one, so I have received all the knowledge here. So you will have a tough time. Against me, I can tell you that buddy. I'm a little intimidated. You know what is interesting? It's like, you're even looking back in the history of trivia. I think one of the very first trivia games that was there was like a game show. Wasn't there a game show back in like the 50s or 60s Joel? That cheated. And it was made a breezy Robert Redford made a movie about it called quiz show where basically they fed the guy the answers. Yeah. I know. That's not going to happen though a vector. We saw that problem in the game as well. So how do you solve that problem? Yeah, it's actually something that came along roughly one month ago in our development. So we were contacted by the amazing people at chain link. And one of their cool functions with their blockchain technology is that they have a solution called VRF, which in essence verifies that or assures that all the quiz questions in our games are fetched at random and are provable fair. So we actually utilize that technology to assure our players that the quiz database in one versus one fetch just questions at random and provable fair. So that's a very cool thing. Blockchain solves a lot of trust issues in society. But who would have thought it would solve that part in question games? So that's a very neat function. That is added into the meme request game. So people can always even when you have big stakes in the game, you can always rely on that. No one in the one versus one game. And knows what questions are coming in that sense. So the app is coming actually might be out by the time the show is on. And I was like, sure, when we're airing. So what are the time frames for the token idea and the app launch? Okay, so we're doing a for the meme or token. We're doing a combined launch with an ideo at starter and an IEO at gate dot IO, lots of IOs there. In an EIEIO down on the farm. Well, Ronald McDonald is not joining the token sales. That's old's brother. It's old McDonald that had the farm. Reynolds got a shitty restaurant. That's true. Well, we're doing an initial the central exchange offer..
"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on DeaconLive
"To you can live. My name is the deacons sit around. We have more coming up radio when you have premiums and stuff. Is there anything that you were linked up with or anything as far as you know Premature babies i will say rolling. Donald how i think that enough to talk to working social worker stuck with ronald mcdonald house and they got a bursary and they can get into and we stayed there for probably weeks totally free free meals free lodging free everything and when we got there first day they hit put together do gift baskets for the boys full of like stuffed animals blankets just donations for people and that was the biggest thing for lifted our spirits in the beginning to help us and forward with the small guests than people give to like ronald mcdonald house or to the hospital and it was just like those little tiny little. You're listening to three minutes. Drop off a toy somewhere. That's like the biggest thing that is very awesome to hear. Because you know you always hear about the ronald mcdonald house and you put in a donation. You don't know where it goes and you are a prime example of what actually happened with that donation. Five minutes from our point you're staying there opposed to where we live forty five minutes away from the hospital. Getting there's no traffic. It's an hour and a half minutes away like when you're in any of you ever go to mcdonalds and there's a dollar or fifty cents you can drop in there. I really do appreciate that. Because you've open my eyes on both both aspects having a child having two children up premiums. And i don't wanna say the government but There's extra help for you out there. And i really do appreciate that man. I in our listeners. Do as well. I'm in well we'll let you go. Is there anything else you want to say. Thanks for your call in today. otherwise. I don't i don't know if i would. I'm listening but you know it's like taking care of boys watching football games in a pretty busy. We appreciate it.
"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on The Ralph Report
"Ronald mcdonald house charities so thanks to everyone for that seven hundred thirty bucks. Then it's to go to a way they're great cause yeah and now the moment you've all been waiting for everyone's name who has donated his in this fishbowl. That's it can't fake. That could not make that sound if there wasn't actual name in an actual fishbowl. Nope and as always we have The artist himself reached deep into this bowl and pick out a name and whoever's name he picks will.
"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Check your cable listing. A friend of mine from New York City is making his first appearance on this television program. He began reporting the weather on NBC's Today show about a year ago. And he joined that program after having performed the same duties for 12 years at the WRC TV in Washington D. C. Before that, he did it at North Hollywood high. Would you please welcome Willard Scott? Yeah, the late Willard Scott, uh, passed away. At 87 years old, and that was obviously a I think I was 1981. David Letterman. And we'll discuss it had only been there. What did he say? Like a couple of weeks. I mean, just started at NBC on the Today show, which he did for 35 years. Wow. He spent 65 years with NBC. And was with today. For the last 35 of those Wow. And by the way, I don't know if you're aware of this. Little Willard Scott Trivia. Do you know that he was the first Ronald McDonald. Listen to this. I think 1963 somewhere in that area. Willard Scott as Ronald McDonald, introducing the world's newest silliest and hamburger eating us found Ronald McDonald's sure I am kid. Hey, isn't watching TV fun? Especially when you got delicious McDonald's hamburgers. I know we're gonna be friends. You could I like to do everything boys and girls like to do. Oh, he looks very different back then. He was kind of just covered in like cups. And you know the Styrofoam burger? True? Yeah, they really hadn't. They hadn't. Uh, They hadn't designed wardrobe had not gotten to the design for the Ronald McDonald outfit because you should see him in these commercials. Literally. He's wearing like a It looks like a triangle pizza Baca Pizza box on his head. But if you listen closely, it's him. I mean, I'm looking at it, and it's a little blurry picture from long ago and like Really? But, yeah. How about that, huh? You just never know. Audition to be a weatherman once. Oh, yeah, no. Uh, okay. I wore all green that day, so it didn't really Yeah, that's the Other than not having a script. They never have a script for the weather. You stand in front of this green screen and look into the camera. And in the camera. You see the weather map behind you, which was the green screen. And you have to figure out where you're going to point And where you're going to walk. I mean, Tom Skilling is He is an artist. Let's just put it that way. I mean, he's I was watching him today, Man. That guy is unbelievable. Because trust me, it's like reversed. You know, and you're not reading a stripped..
"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on WGN Radio
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Willard Scott, Weatherman on NBC's 'Today' Show, Dies at 87
"Former today show weatherman Willard Scott has died at the age of eighty seven according to NBC I'm marquees are a letter with a look at his life Willard Scott had a favorite response if you asked if he was a meteorologist hello I'm a southern Baptist Scott's trademarks were one hundredth birthday greetings to viewers and dressing up in silly costumes including a famous incident in which he dressed as Carmen Miranda Scott created the Ronald McDonald character for Washington area commercials and was disappointed he was not chosen for the national ads Scott was asked in a two thousand four A. P. interview what he would send to the today show if he made it to one hundred I probably said that picture of me dressed as Carmen Miranda and then some other picture would be shaking hands with the pope
"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Whatever. Who else? Yep. When, when that ending of that when you play when Bob Bell came back to Medina Temple with Joey D'Auria, and he's there will be a clown. When, but what's What's I I cry every time every time when he goes from talking normal to Bozo. And then all of a sudden joy Doria says. Well, you know why don't you and he goes? Yeah, he leather uh, it and he does the voice sound like bozo had a stroke. But when he goes into the voice Hey, I've always admired you. I've always wanted to meet you. Well, why? Oh, boy, All right, And then he starts laughing like parsley. Well, boy, you win, and then they sing the song it I start crying, I start crying. It is unbelievable that there's a lot of memories that go along with all that, and it all began. I believe not 1961 this coming Saturday is the anniversary. Oh, you saw Bozo then with the red outfit as opposed to the blue, I guess so. Yeah, I think as I was young, I didn't go with my whole class. Like you did bust for kids with counterfeit Lee whole bus full of South siders. But I did see him. I did see the show early when he was wearing red men. Later on. I interviewed Joey D'Auria. And then when I was writing for Working for North Star magazine. And I was able to get my God son in Patrick. He was like, seven or eight. Yeah. So that was kind of neat to see full sore because I saw the original chaos and I saw the later cast. Yeah, it was cool with, you know, And he was the entrance. Yeah. Who went to my high school points? The same paths? Yeah. Yeah. So we have that anniversary and also it kind of ties in With the death of Willard Scott, which was reported But Willard Scott passed away yesterday. The C 100 years young former today show weatherman 87 87 years old. But he was a a TV bozo as well in the late fifties and early sixties. How you know local stations all have their own bozo shows like we did on W. G. N they had a local show and the T V station in Washington, D. C. And he did bozo for a few years there when most of the bozo shows did not last as long as the W G N wanted the one in Washington when that show was canceled. One of its sponsors. This new fledgling hamburger joint called McDonald's had Bozo as its spokesperson. But Bozo in Washington got canceled. So the McDonald's people go to Willard Scott, can you create a new character to be the TV pitchman for it? And Ronald McDonald's was Ronald McDonald was created. Willard Scott was the very first Ronald McDonald. Wow. You mean, but he didn't invent it. He just played He pretty much invented it. He created the character, the whole look and everything that well, it was a different look. The the early Ronald McDonald look on YouTube and you'll see He had like a food tray on his head. It was really kind of creepy Look, and it was, like really kind of where he's a clown and McDonald's, thankfully changed damage to then they called me. Oh, Burnett much more friendly, Uh, imagery on that whole thing. So, um, Wow, I never knew that. So, uh, you know, Willard Scott did it for a few years. Then a bunch of different actors did it for a couple of years at a time. Have been many actors that have done Ronald McDonald in 1968 1969. The actor who played Ronald McDonald, Ray Rayner, He was Ronald McDonald. Reindeer was Ronald McDonald, 1968 and 69. Oh, my God. So now and then did he dovetail that Because of his fame, as is Oliver all, Oliver. I guess. I mean, I guess he was just known as, uh, you know, because McDonald's is local here. Very probably. They probably knew that he was capable of creating a character like that. Oh, my gosh. Look at the the lineage little No. You're clowning little I do no more than a grown man really should know about these things. Uh, And the anniversary we accidentally found out this morning is my this, uh Uh, September 8th will be my 27th year here on WGN Radio. I started in 1991 on WGN TV. And then a few years later started here on WGN radio. But my first night I was asked to fill in for Roy Leonard, who took the night off. Yesterday, by the way was the anniversary while we're talking about anniversaries. Yesterday was the and five year anniversary of one Roy Leonard passed away, but I was asked to fill in for Roy Leonard. September 8th 1994 Fantastic and, um, Judy Pile AC Goodbye, girl. Don't know what happened to her. Uh, sure. Not sure where she is on now, but Oh, yes, right now She's swearing. Yeah, well, she always did anyway, so it didn't matter. But she was doing the news that night that I filled in. And she had just returned from maternity leave. So let's see if we can currently 75 degrees O'Hare 76 midway 77 degrees along the lakefront humidity 58% when Southwest eight miles an hour, the barometer study after T 06. Well, first of all, Judy, I think we sort of should welcome you back. Also right recently back tonight to start from material. What a night for both of us to be starting and kind of getting our feet wet. Now you were gone for how long? I'm on maternity brief, Just five months or so. Just maybe a happy year. Seems like yesterday. Everyone here in the newsroom. I'll tell you now give us all the details on boy girl boy, and I know many of much of much of this has been discussed over which is still bring me up to date, but I had a boy Conlin common Townsend. And how was it? It was it was her mother heard everything that you expected. Oh, yes, I'm very realistic When it comes to that help, Actually, you're quite happy to be back at work them to be away from crying babies and dirty diapers. Exactly. Yeah, it's good to see you. Good to meet you. And it's great to be here as well. Some of you, I guess. Remember me from a radio station or two around Chicago W F Y R was a station where I spent five years in W, C L R and W I n d. All stations now gone. That's not a good signs brought. What made me to come all stations now defunct. Um I have spent some time with the ABC radio network during a nationally syndicated show and as some of you may have read or even heard on the Stephen Johnny Show last night. Last few years at W. Anyway, I got to tell you that this is the greatest being here at WGN someplace. I've always wanted to be the great people here behind the scenes all the great people that you know, on the air are just as nice as as you hear each and every day on the radio. All sense of what? It was like my my very first listen to your voice all chipper bad Now you're You're timber is a little deeper now in a little older. Yeah, he's talking a lot faster. You're on WGN. You know, I've worked before. I've been places. Here's Here's my resume right now. You just come on strolling on I'm Dean riches. But they're like I was over here and over here, you hit it Hit a real station in my in my basement. If he has my mind this spot Yeah. You were a little paranoid at the beginning there one of my very first guests on that first night. Was former Mayor Jane Burden. Wow. There was there was a mural election going on in 94. Well, she wasn't running, but we had her on to comment on What's it like to be in a May roll primary that was going on then, just so happens that there was a terrible plane crash that night, and Jeanne Byrne was able to comment. On that dynamic because she lost her first husband in a plane crash. Wow, table that story able to talk about. Did you know that before that happened, Uh oh, you did. I never heard that. Yeah. Wow. So that was a good guest. What's like? Yeah. So that have been Mayor Mayor Richie that Maybe that was when he was like that. I don't remember who was, I guess So. I guess I am trying to think no 95 94. Yeah. I forgot. That was the anniversary. Expecting me to remember who the mayor was Details Alright, it would have been It would have been Richard M. Yes, Yes, Right. Okay. Was that his? That was his first term, right when he first one of the first or second? Yes. Wow. Look at that. Nobody remembers him anymore. Oh, I don't know about. I'm just saying he's two mayors ago. My point is two mayors ago anyway. Lots of anniversaries. W G..
"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Imagine you've just been told that your child has a very serious medical condition that requires an unknown amount of time in the hospital. And an extensive amount of time away from home. What do you do? Where do you go? If you had an option of a home away from home, wouldn't that make the challenge is a bit more manageable? Our first guest today is going to share why the outpouring of support to build a house where families could stay while their Children are in the hospital is affectionately called the House that love bills. Then we're going to learn about a home away from home. That is an extension of the WVA for veteran and military families. My first guest today is an Petri, president and CEO of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Eastern Wisconsin. Welcome to the show today. An thank you. It's good to be here. We're happy to have you here and hear all about Ronald McDonald house. Um, So what is it about the house that appeals to your passion? Family is a passion of mine and everything about Ronald McDonald House is about keeping families together during a really difficult time in their life. So as a mother of four daughters. I actually was able to use the Ronald McDonald house when my oldest daughter was seriously ill as an infant. And from that moment on, I always knew that if I had, and when I have the time to give back, I wanted to do it. In part with Ronald McDonald House. So I was fortunate enough to be accepted as a board member. And after serving on the board for about 4.5 years, I transition to the role of president Go, and it spent nine years and I have not looked back from them. And I'm sure when you have a personal experience with an organization that makes it really easy to get involved. I imagine right it is and I always say to our friends who come through and get to visit the house that You can never leave without feeling grateful. It is hard to not be passionate and not feel gratitude every day as we in our own small part, add to the experience that our families receive when they're at Ronald McDonald House. Relationships with our donors and friends, the relationships with families, the relationships that we have with our wonderful volunteer base. All add to why it is exciting to be here, and I'm just so honored to be in my role. Well, and a lot of people myself included. We have heard about the rattle McDonald house. I mean, probably everybody has and we know what provides wonderful support for families. But there may be some people who aren't aware of all the different things you guys do. So can you take a little bit of time and and talk about the house and the services you provide? Yes, I would be happy to so many people believe that a Ronald McDonald house is just a place to stay. But when you are a family who stays at the Ronald McDonald House, you not only have a warm and comfortable bedroom, but you also have programs. You also have the community of up to 70 families who stay with us each night and it is through those communities that are families can gain support. And share with each other because no one knows better what it feels like to go through this than another family who is experiencing a significant illness or injury of their child. There's no one better to talk about that experience than a family. So I'm just so honored to have with me. Tiffany Tiffany and her family. Had stayed here a few years ago. Her daughter, Lydia, is now a beautiful nine year old and I would just be so appreciative of Tiffany sharing her story about the community and the support that she received from Ronald McDonald House. Okay, Tiffany, let's let's hear how the rattle McDonald house has affected you and impacted your family. Thank you for having me and thank you for allowing me to share what the Ronald McDonald house is done for our family. So we found out when I was pregnant that my daughter was having some complications. So July 25th 2011. I walked out of our home and I wasn't sure. Be giving birth that date or I'd be admitted to the hospital. And I ended up not walking back into my home until six months later. So we went in, and we had our daughter and I was able to stay in the hospital a couple nights. And the last thing from my mind was, Where are we going to be as a family? We were informed that, um our child would be in the hospital indefinitely. They weren't really sure if she was going to make it. And so, um That was kind of furthest thing from our mind, but One thing that made it really hard was when my parents brought down my older two girls, Um, we couldn't find a hotel room. There was a conference in Milwaukee and they had every single hotel felt And so my parents were lucky to get a hotel room for one night, And then they bounced another hotel room. And then they had to drive three hours back home. Um, because there were there were no rooms. So we were unfortunate enough to get a sleeper room at the hospital. For one more night, And after that we had nowhere to go. So we were on the waiting list at the Ronald McDonald house. But, um I had my two girls three hours away. I had a very sick child in the hospital and the closest hotel room that we could get was 35 minutes away. And, um It's just really hard when your daughter or a child is in the nick you you are not able to sleep there so we could visit at any time. But we weren't able to spend the night there. I remember getting that phone call. And just remember feeling released. I had heard about the running Donald house before. But prior to July, 25th I didn't think that I needed it..
Willard Scott, Legendary TODAY Show Weatherman, Dies at 87
"Willard scott has died at the age of eighty seven. The death of the former today show weatherman was confirmed by al roker. Npr's aren't disciple. Looks back at scott's career. Millions of americans spent the eighties and nineties waking up to willard scott on. Nbc's today he served up a reverent weather forecasts along with his trademark birthday wishes for the nation centenarians purse out hundred four driven longevity. The loving his wife and eating an apple every single day but the longevity of scott's career went beyond the today show he spent a decade hosting the macy's thanksgiving day parade and was a prolific commercial pitchman early in his career. Scott played bozo the clown. He was also the original ronald mcdonald but no matter where they saw him. Tv viewers could depend on willard scott to be good natured and good for a
Ted Lasso: Lessons on Leadership From a Fictional Character
"I for anyone who has the unfortunate fate of not having watched head lasso yet. What are you even doing people. How would you describe the character of ted lasso. So i think ted so is it shouldn't be a serious character right. This is a college football coach from kansas. Who is going over to coach. Manage in the english premier league. The whole setup feels absurd. Which i think is why the character seems to work so well because this guy is a. He's folksy. he has these things he will say. I mean come on. Sam was more open than the jar peanut butter on my kitchen counter. That's right y'all don't know. I like to keep the peanut butter open. That way whenever i walk back and just stick my finger and yet he has this inner goodness that i think when when he comes across people that they seem to react to you coaching football make. You are a legend for doing something. So i mean it's meno murdy well you know. I've heard that tune before. But here i am still dancing. Ted last. So is the quintessential mid western kindness guy. You know a guy who wants to do well in the world treat other people the right way and just kind of live life with optimism and kindness and all those like grape characteristics that we'd all like to have. Yeah i think it really is his relentless optimism. That wins you over in the show. Is there a particular scene in the series that you think really captures that element of his personality. You know i was thinking about this. In the first episode. He's gone over to england. He's been introduced to the media. He talks to the team. And everybody's obviously it's not going well and then him and coach beard kind of redecorate the office. They put up the john wooden pyramid of success. They put up. All these american touchstones like muhammad ali poster in the miracle on ice poster all in the office. And then roy kent the kind of the you know. The quintessential english footballer. He comes in the office and he calls him ronald mcdonald and i think he uses an expletive and then he leaves the office and ten lasso goes he thinks may now wait. We win them over if he thinks he's mad. Now wait until we win them over.
"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Rate their as my microwave sandwich. What they're doing. Well they're gonna pull fraud a little. Just wanna do sorta gang switchblades bull. I can't wait to see your movie. Mon- chicken knows why you surprised. They got you clutching their book. They got me last night too about mentioning they must. They made me the stinger venable. Somebody myself i'm just crazy. Indian carnage carnage. We talked about the end of a venom stinger boy stone to i stuck around for this fish here. Oh you see here we go. Yeah we were talking about. Go watch video for our our reaction. Our our response opinions of the venom. There will be carnage trailer. We're talking about that Talking about that That that that stinger that they had at the end woody harrelson wearing head ronald mcdonald like chuck grandma a man. They don't give a fuck gets out. I don't care get paid ten dollars bills..
"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Ronald McDonald and KFC is Colonel Sanders holding the chest of mascot Wendy from Wendy's who happens to be topless. There's a crash on the 1 34 in Burbank, where this one is a pretty tough area. You can make your way through on the 1 34 West found the crash is just past past avenue involving a motorcycle. Emergency crews are on the scene. They've got the car, pulling two left lanes blocked off delays right now, pushing back away from the five freeway. You can always bail off the freeway, Try taking Riverside Avenue as an alternate, and that looks like it's looking pretty good right now as well. Mike o Brien is with us KF Eye in the sky Sponsored by injury attorneys superwoman super lawyer dot com in Hollywood, the water one South Beach at Melrose, it looks like they moved that accident to the right shoulder. That was just adding to a pretty normal tough drive, leaving Hollywood Boulevard down into downtown Los Angeles north outside of the one on one that's going to load up just about Melrose, Santa Monica Boulevard there that will be tough up through Universal City. After heading out of town on the Pasadena run there to 10 to 10 eastbound that's jamming up right away from the Rose Bowl that first stretch very heavy over to Citrus, another pinch ahead for the 57th through San Dimas injured in an accident. Is a superwoman super lawyer. Com Mike O'Brien, K F I and the sky That's a home past pretty jammed in both directions North Beyond 15 from the 2 15 merged to the 1 38 south and slowing from just about the 3 95 out of hysteria Back to Cleghorn. KF eye in the sky helps gets you there faster. I'm Angel Martinez if you're exposed Southland weather from Kft Hot in the III tomorrow Highs will be in the mid nineties to low one hundred's. We leave local live from the K F i 24 hour newsroom. I'm Brian Berman. It ain't no place like a cowboy place in no time. I could, cowboy time.
"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on 600 WREC
"News. I'm JT joining us now to talk about the Ronald McDonald house in their big event Coming up the C E o of Ronald McDonald House Charities here of Alabama. Katherine Estes, Bill Meyers here, Catherine Good morning. Thanks for being with me. Good morning. Thanks for having me. I think everybody's familiar with the Ronald McDonald house doing such great work for so many years. But let's talk about Ron McDonald house here in in Alabama in an hour area on what you guys do every day and who you serve. Right. We are here to serve families whose Children are being treated at area hospitals. So oftentimes they'll come in sick child has got all kinds of different issues and or a creamy child on day need a place to stay that close to the hospital. So they could be close to the to the child, and sometimes the child's even staying at the house while they do outpatient procedures at the hospital, So we are a place for them to find respite, a good meal. All for free A great night's sleep and families with him. They can share their journey. Hey, I just love your organization and have been into the house and number times and Only here in our area, but in other states as well, and what Ronnie McDonald house doesn't provide for those folks that are really in need, you know when their kids are sick is just I mean, it's a godsend to me. I just love what you're doing. It's a nonprofit folks, So you know they don't do what they do for money, but it takes money to do what they do so If you want to support something, this is an awesome, awesome organization. All right, Catherine, let's talk about the Big Valentine's Day campaign coming up What's going on here? Well, actually, this is a way for everybody to contribute and do something for families. Absolutely, for free, so that what we're doing is putting together a A wall of love in our lobby. Onto which we will put messages that your listeners might will send in for the families And for every message that ascent we have got a donor who is willing to make a $10 donation. In that supporters honor. S so while they need to do is go to our mates, see a dot org's hash tag with love and send a note. Um, it could be anything from just hope you're feeling better, or I'm thinking of you. And our staff work will take those and post them on the wall. We'll send pictures of it as it has. The notes continued to grow on Instagram and Facebook and Twitter, and it doesn't cost them anything. And then the donation is made in their honor. However, if they do want to make a donation, that same donor is willing to match it. Dollar for dollar up to $25,000 So the website once again it is our mh CIA dot org's slash with love, right? That's correct. And then also on the other social media platforms as well. Well, awesome that is, you know it. You hardly ever hear about that. Where if you want to be a part of this and help make donations you don't have to, actually don't you just have to go there. And follow the instructions. Somebody will make the actual monetary donation for you. That's pretty cool. Absolutely correct. And then and the coolest thing is to the best thing is the families get that note that special note from you? From your heart that they will see that will literally make their day. That is so cool. What a great thing to get behind. Once again Ronald McDonald house in their Valentine's Day push Right now the big campaign. Check it out at RM. H one with Donald l c a dot org's slash with love. And there's all kinds of information about how to be a part of this. Catherine Isis. Bill Maher. Thank you so much. Thank you. Great party. JP America's beverage companies are working.
"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Hymns that directly improve the health, education and well being of Children in our community. The Ronald McDonald House is the cornerstone program of our MHC and provides temporary housing for families who traveled to Las Vegas to receive critical medical treatment for their Children and her on the phone right now with marketing coordinator for the Ronald McDonald house. That would be Caroline Kresser. Hi, Caroline. Gloria. I'm doing great. Thanks so much for having me on today very much. My pleasure. Now I know you've got something coming up in the bed, a weak little less than two weeks that you want our listeners to know about. But before we do that, Let's do the rundown of what Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Las Vegas does here in our community, our main program as you had kind of mentioned in the intro. We have the Ronald McDonald house, which is what we're most well known for. Essentially what our house does is. We provide housing and meals, transportation to and from the hospital For families who have Children who are in town receiving medical treatment. This could be anything from Live in a rural area and they don't have, you know, intensive care for their child's treatment. Or maybe they were in town visiting when something happened, and they ended up at the hospital. So essentially, if you're coming from out of town. Obviously, medical costs are already extremely high, and so to have to pay for a nightly hotel for up to several weeks up to a month up to a couple months. It's extremely expensive. So one thing we can do is provide that housing to kind of alleviate some of the stress of where people gonna be sleeping while they're here trying to take care of their Children, and Caroline know what child who's in the hospital undergoing treatment, either short or long term taking care of the child is a no brainer. Why was it obvious that this needed to be done that that the families of the sick Children needed to be taken care of? Can you tell me a little bit exposition about that happened kind of the back story of the Ronald McDonald House Charities overall started In Pennsylvania. There was actually a doctor who started noticing that he had some, you know, kids that he was treating, and the families of those kids were sleeping in their cars in the hospital parking lot because they didn't have anywhere to go. And so he was like we have to. We have to figure out a better solution. And so he threw some partnerships that he had got local owner operator of a McDonald's there to get involved, and that's how they became, You know, to be our largest corporate sponsor. And so they opened the first Ronald McDonald house for that reason, mainly because there was there was just a need for the folks in the hospital saw a need for this service. And you know, when a kid is in the hospital, there is nothing more important than for his parents or his siblings to be right there by his side. Can't you can imagine that as a kid. It's already super scary. To be in a hospital setting like that, and you know if it's the parents, for whatever reason, because I can't afford it, or, you know, take the time off. Work cannot be able to be there. By that child side. It's going to take that child a lot longer to recover, and there have been studies that have proven that it seems pretty obvious, but they've even done studies and it's proven that that helps keeping your family members close to you while you're in the hospital really does help you recover and so That's just kind of our core mission. We want to be able to keep those families close. You know, to their sick Children in the hospital Well, and I love it that the doctor was paying attention. I've so to speak it to notice that this need was so great. How long ago did that happen? That was geez, I believe in this 70. Don't quote me on that. But it's been a few decades, I think is the seventies as well. So you guys have been going strong since then. And what kind of resource is do you provide for these families? So we provide? I mean, a little bit of everything. Obviously, If you've ever been to her house, we operate similarly to a hotel where they have Jewel rooms with the bathroom and beds and, you know, TV and all the things that you'd find in a normal hotel room. Then we also have common spaces, which right now are under some restrictions. Do you know to Cove it and trying to keep our families and our staff safe, But we have a lobby area with some couches. Kind of the meeting places. You know, our living room is essentially also our lobby. Which just shows you how homey are building really is. We have a kitchen, which normally the families are able to use. We have dinner groups who come in and prepare dinner for the family. So we do have a nightly dinner service that we prepare for them. Because obviously you can imagine if you're At the hospital all day long. The last thing on your mind is, you know what am I gonna make for dinner? And then we also have Ah, playroom that you know a lot of times, there's other siblings with the family and so the you know, while the child getting the care is in the hospital, the siblings air here, staying at the house with us and with the with the parents, and so we've got a playroom for them. We also have a laundry room on site. So that way they don't have to go off site to a laundromat or anything like that. They have access Todt longer whatever they need here on site, and then we also offer transportation to and from the hospital. We have shuttle drivers who we? You know, it's just like your normal passenger van. We take those families and you know if they need additional assistance to go somewhere we do also Provide cab rides at no charge, depending on the situation. So we really try to take care of everything that we can think of. That could help them be able to spend our time really focusing on their child versus having to deal with all these other little life things. And where are you located? Are you close to a hospital? Yeah, we're located Officer Hera indicator. The U. N C is actually the closest hospital to a sunrise, though, is the hospital where we have the most. Families who are who are staying and so, but it's not a you know, it's maybe 15 20 minute ride at tops, eh? So it's not a bad right over there. Sure, And when Wild Sunrise because of the Children's hospital is probably why you have most of your clients never lack of a better word. Do you service all the hospitals? We Dios? I mean, we have partnerships like I said, with you and see Sunrise, you know, even also Summerlin hospital, But a lot of it's not so much a partnership as it is, you know, wherever the families are We? We help them. So we I mean, basically, everyone in town who is a social service worker at a hospital should be aware of the run on the Donald House. And so we really rely on the social workers in the hospitals to help us identify those families as they see, you know, like, okay, we see that they're from out of town. You know, we'll ask them. Do you have family in town that you're staying with? You know a lot of times the answer is yes. And so that's great. You know, Having them with family is probably the best, you know. So we kind of rely on the social workers to help us identify the families that need help. Because not every family has heard of. You know, the Ronald McDonald house. So if if you know and or are thinking about that, when their child is, you know, just being admitted to, you know, the ICU or something like that. They're not really thinking about Where am I going to stay or, you know, they're just like I'm sitting at my child's bedside. No matter how long it takes, and so the social worker's kind of help us make those connections with the families to say, you know, you don't need to be here the whole time. Why don't we take you over to the Ronald McDonald house and then you can sleep there and you'll be much better to help your child tomorrow..
Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade takes flight in virus times
"The Macy's thanksgiving day parade rolled through Manhattan again this morning but not as usual this is what it sounded like in past years this year there were the big balloons in the sky familiar faces like Snoopy Ronald McDonald and sponge Bob square pants and marching bands on the street the annual Macy's thanksgiving day parade had the genuine look and feel of a twenty twenty event coronavirus restrictions in New York minute was without the throngs of people usually scrambling for a view or even the balloon handlers who normally hold the ropes the balloons were attached to vehicles this year and instead of the usual two and a half mile route through Manhattan it was all contained to the one block stretch of thirty fourth street in front of Macy's flagship store I'm Ben Thomas
Chicago looters smash Ronald McDonald House with terrified sick kids inside
"How sick do you have to be to smash the windows? Of a Ronald McDonald house. Ronald McDonald. Houses are scattered around the country near Children's hospitals, typically or hospitals that serve Children there for surgeries for specialties in certain cities. And it allows the families to stay for free. In these areas when they can afford room and board if their kid is hospitalized at a hospital nearby. Thank you. Imagine that black lives matters protesters or anarchist or anti for whoever they smashing windows and I say black lives matter because we have this organizer that aerial, Atkins is encouraging theft and smashing and looting. So we know of at least one black lives matter. Organizer Just awful. And the reports from Chicago media that the families and in some cases some of the sick kids, actually not in the hospital, but there for treatment and staying in the Ronald McDonald house and maybe going to the hospital for daily. Outpatient treatment were in total fear. As this week, the looters they trashed and smashed the front door and windows trying to get inside the Ronald McDonald house. So if they got it, what the hell were they going to do to these innocent families and kids? Just disgusting. The Ronald McDonald House. This location in Washington are in Chicago. Rather this location. Chicago says that more than 30 families, including some sick Children with them. Were absolutely terrified as the looting and the ransacking happened earlier this week on Monday. They were very concerned. There was a lot of activity right in front of the house people making choices that could put them at risk and put our families at risk. So the staff was frightened. That's Lisa Mitchell, who's with Ronald McDonald House charities. Gave an interview to Wools Television, ABC seven in Chicago. I mean, how despicable And it turns out that the families and their Children they were this Ronald McDonald House in Chicago because it was close to the Lurie Children's Hospital. That's five blocks away so they could walk there easily easily get transportation there. And here you have the looters and the rioters smashing the Ronald McDonald house. I mean, that's just a Lo of lows, Charitable facility that helps family and sick Children. It's unbelievable. The windows and the front door had to be boarded up because there were destroyed. It's disgusting. So that's the Chicago story on what happened earlier this week.
Coins and Cash: Shortages, Hoardings, and Threats
"Walking money for the rest of us. This is a personal finance show on money how it works how to invest it, and how to live without worrying about it. I'm your host David Stein today's episode three, Zero Eight. It's titled Cash Coins. shortages. Forty and threats. Weeks ago, my daughter and I were at a bakery buying a couple of loaves of bread. We didn't have the exact change and they didn't have the coins to make chain. So they rounded down, we got a small discount. This week I was going through the McDonald's drive through, and there was a sign that said due to treasury shortage of coins, use credit or debit cards. Round up to the nearest dollar, donate the different to Ronald McDonald house charities or use exact change on cash transactions. There is a coin shortage in the US right now. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell told Congress last month. What happened is that with the partial closure of the economy, the flow of coins through the economy, it has gotten all. It's kind of stopped. We've been aware of it. We're working with the meant to increase supply while working with the reserve banks to get this apply to where it needs to be. The Agency of the US Treasury responsible for minting coins is the US. Meant it was established in seventeen ninety two by Congress when it passed the coinage Jack and it chose Philadelphia as the site of the I meant. Now, the US mint operates production facilities in Philadelphia, San, Francisco Denver, and West Point. Every two years, Congress requires US Treasury to give a report on the US mint its budget and its cost to produce its coins. In twenty twenty, the US meant projected that it would produce fourteen billion circulating coins. Including eight and a half billion pennies. One point, three, billion Nichols two point, four, billion times. One Point, eight, billion quarters. Now. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the US mint cut back production of circulating coins in March and April. Year to date through July, they had produced eight point, two, billion coins. They said, they were back up to full capacity by mid. June anticipate producing one point six, five, billion coins per month. That would equate eighteen point, one, billion coins. But here's the thing about circulating coins in the US and other countries. The meant only contributes a relatively small percentage of the new circulating coins each year twenty, nineteen, it was seventeen percent. New. Coins. Going into the supply chain? The remainder came from third party coin processors are recyclers as individuals by things they get back and there are machines where you can put your spare change and it will sort it and this recirculating process. Make sure there is a sufficient supply of coins that has broken down. A couple of weeks ago, meant issued a bulletin, which said, we ask that the American. Public start spending their coins, depositing them or exchanging them for currency at financial institutions or taking them to a coin reduction kiosk. The coin supply problem can be solved with each of us doing our part. This isn't the first time that there has been a coin shortage. There was one in the early nineteen sixties in the US.
The Latest: Winds don’t stop balloons at NYC parade
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