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Macy's test flys new balloons ahead of parade

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

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

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Willard Scott, Weatherman on NBC's 'Today' Show, Dies at 87

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

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

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"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:27 min | 2 months ago

"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..

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Willard Scott, Legendary TODAY Show Weatherman, Dies at 87

NPR News Now

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

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

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Ted Lasso: Lessons on Leadership From a Fictional Character

The Lead

02:08 min | 3 months ago

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.

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"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:50 min | 5 months ago

"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.

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"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"With your best friend knew necklaces. Yeah, it's like it's like a duet on Tic tac like you get the one half and the other half and decorate it your own way. Yeah, I don't know. I would have to do that. If I put a treat my apartment. I don't have room for a whole one. I paid for that or made a donation couple years ago for the Ronald McDonald house, and we put a display in the in the basement of another base with the lobby of the one that Larry Ronald McDonald House and Tom Yeah. Tom Ki ho and And my friends over there. They did. They did that for for us, And they did the upside down one because I thought the kids were they thought the kids would like it. I can't take credit for the design. It was way over the top All light. Of course, Everything Ki ho does is like amazing and And that was cool because it was different, you know, for the kids or whatever. But I didn't. I didn't really get that one either. You know, in general, why you would put one upside down in your home. But I don't. I don't like the half one like, just get a tree or like normal or don't My God, that how about that's my heart? Take for the day. Get a tree like normal or don't scare you. I'm gonna have trees, right? Come on now, not just get a small tree, half tree paying full price. Still, though. Listen, it probably is probably more. You have to pay more because some guy had to cut it in half. But I don't even put Christmas decorations up anymore because you know, my family is not in Chicago's like travel for the holiday and So then I would want to putting it up and then taking it down before I go because I don't want to come back and dance like depressing January And then there's still a tree. It makes me sad and I love the holidays so much. I love Thanksgiving Christmas so much that if I came back like January 4th or something, and they were still a tree, there would make me feel empty and sad. You gotta leave it up until there's something to look forward to. Well, I know, I know this year is different. Yeah. I always look forward to march. I don't know why it was. I don't know who looks for the February, you know, birthing anywhere. That's the one thing sometimes from the focus of February Ground Hog Day s so many great holidays. Karada President's Day. Oh, my goodness. Yeah, I like that one because we get some days off. I like that one. E don't know. No, I don't know if anyone else feels this way this year. I know it's probably different for a lot of Plus, they didn't get to see all their family. But like there was this big like we had Thanksgiving and we have my birthday and like everybody was together. And then yesterday my my sister went home and her husband went home and I don't know it was like this huge ramp up to all this fun stuff and family and then Straight down. You know, it's like a big letdown. Emotional left town kind of, and I'm sure it was worse if you don't get to see your family and all, but I don't know If this happens, it happens for me after huge events like my sister's wedding was that way. It was like so exciting and all of our family and friends were there. I got to see everybody. We had this great time the next day. It's like Boop. It's over. You know, I don't know. It's kind of a big letdown that then Christmas is kind of the same way and so is all of winter. You gotta look at the silver lining. You know, there's always There's always an upside like you got to see them and you're supposed to cherish the moments that you're with them not think about the time that they leave. I have a hard time being present. I really do because I'm constantly I'm a guy who always have to have something to look forward to like. I'm always it's not next best if that's not what it is, but like I This is this is why this time of year is great because there's a lot to look forward to. You know lots and most of it involves family and friends. And you guys and gift giving and partying and, you know In whatever form and again like a lot of people are doing that stuff this year, but, um, typically, that's what it means. And then I don't know. You kinda have to invent stuff, but I guess I don't know. I tend to have a difficult time being present in the moment as opposed to being like, okay, this is cool, but But wins the next time we get to do this kind of thing. Maybe I need to work on that. I don't know. Do you meditate to do that? How do you become more present? Well, it is really good to have something to look forward to. I don't think that's bad. I think I think most people need that. And there's always something. You just have to dig a little bit deeper. But yeah, meditating is great. Are you? Are you good at meditating? No, I'm terrible and I have the calm. I have had to call Matt for two years and I still pay for it, hoping that one day I will actually use it and more religiously and drying focus, But I When I try and slow my mind now intends to just speed it up. Like even don't try to slow your mind down like that's that's your first problem you need. You just start little like a couple of minutes at your timer and allow those thoughts to come and then just see them through. You know, you're supposed to welcome them. Yeah. So don't try to say Stop thinking, you know, just welcome the thought and let it pass right by conveyor belt. I was told just kind of watch it go by. Interesting. Yeah. So just start slow. Set a timer. You could start even with, like, three minutes, five minutes and then start that every morning or whenever you have time. I mean, also, I mean, we can't really in Chicago but to be in nature or the ground with your feet, you know? On the earth That's really helped. I hug trees with Jason Brown did hug a tree. Yeah, it was grounding. I'm not gonna lie. Very Hazlitt, you guys You know, there's something about a big tree like a really big tree. It's kind of this kind of special. Yes. Say I'm my best self in the woods. Like I just wanted me e mean, if you don't get a big ash tree like 345 ft across whatever like a big ass tree like that tree's been there. So long trees seen a lot of stuff like year like dead. I mean, well, morning, decades or so much of years. You could talk to her. Who? Wow. If only we had some weed Right now. This conversation would be a whole lot better Monday, I heart radio song Battle and.

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"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on AP News

"Altered the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade in New York City, but it couldn't wipe out the traditional event. 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. But the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade had the genuine look and feel of a 2020 event. Coronavirus restrictions in New York minute was without the throngs of people usually scrambling for review or even the balloon handlers who normally hold the ropes. The balloons were attached to vehicles this year and instead of the usual 2.5 mile route through Manhattan. It was all contained to the one block stretch of 34th Street in front of Macy's flagship store. I'm Ben Thomas James Wolfensohn, who served as the president of the World Bank for 10 years has died. Wolfensohn worked on Wall Street for many years and was also chairman of Carnegie Hall. He was 86 years old. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News I think my father Wants to show to the world that he a message of love of hope and of justice. He's been held for, you know, over three years unjustly. Venezuelan tribunal has announced the outcome of the trial of six refinery executives who never came home from a 2017 meeting in Caracas. Six American oil executives who were lured to Venezuela for a business meeting and I've been held for three years were found guilty of corruption charges by Venezuelan judged and sentenced to prison. That's according to defense lawyers, who dashed hopes of a quick release but said they would appeal. Five of the men were sentenced to prison terms of eight years and 10 months. One of them received a 13 year sentence. A Lereah Rafael Zambrano, a brother to two of the men said they're victims of judicial terrorism. The so called Sicko, six are employees of a Houston based company. It's owned by Venezuela's state oil company. Their arrest was the beginning of a purge by President Maduro's government at a time when relations between Caracas in Washington were crumbling..

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Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade takes flight in virus times

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Chicago looters smash Ronald McDonald House with terrified sick kids inside

Todd Schnitt

03:01 min | 1 year ago

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.

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Coins and Cash: Shortages, Hoardings, and Threats

Money For the Rest of Us

03:54 min | 1 year ago

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.

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"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"And you need to keep operating. And then, of course, any kind of financial gift is always appreciated. As as we never ask a family To pay for their stay at Ronald McDonald House, but most important, just like Tiffany, who's a great ambassador. When people get to know Ronald McDonald House. We want them to be an ambassador for us to bring awareness of what our organization does for so many families. And take our message back home, where they can share our message and allow future families to call Ron McDonald house their home. And we talk a lot on the show about the importance of volunteers and how everybody could do something right our our church in my Bible study group. You know, we go down and we serve a meal. You know you could go down. It's a beautiful home, go down, cook some lasagna or some other Neil that would serve. Many and go down and be a part of it and just see how your contribution makes a difference. I think seeing first hand is really powerful, so you can either do it individually or be part of a group. But volunteering is such a key piece to talk about that all the time. Everybody conduce something, even if it's a little something so Okay? And you talked about so many awesome things today. Can you share the contact information for people who want to get a hold of you or someone at the Ronald McDonald house? Absolutely. The easiest way to find out about us is just to go to our website and our H c Dash. Eastern w ay dot ord..

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"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Our resource is to every family that needs us, and my goal is to never have to turn a family away. And just like Tiffany had explained. The first time they tried to get in. They couldn't because we were full. And my goal is that around McDonald House never has to turn a family like Tiffany's away because we're full. Well, and I have no doubt that you'll be able to accomplish that goal again. The The support that you get from the community and from other organizations will hopefully allow you to accomplish that. And and again, as you said, you will never have to turn anybody away. You know, we can't end this interview without talking a little bit about what you and your team have been doing during the pandemic. Like every business, every organization. We have all been affected. And have all had to change operations over the last 13 weeks. We're really proud. I'm personally so proud of the board giving me support and our staff We were able to keep our Ronald McDonald house open. For families who had the most critical of patients who needed to stay at the hospital. And It was done because of the dedication of the staff. I mentioned that we have 550 volunteers to keep them say we asked that they refrain from coming in for their volunteer shifts until the immediate coalbed crisis was passed US. And we're slowly reintroducing them. But if you can imagine having to do the work that All of us. Plus our volunteers do in this New normal, which is I know we've heard that word are that term enough, But it was. It was definitely a different way to operate, but just to be able to still support our families with occasional meals with pantry items. Allowing them to stay here and be right across from the hospital where their child is being treated. Waas a something I will always be proud of that we were able to do Yeah, And I think it's important people understand that there are organizations that are still keeping their doors open during this situation, and so we're grateful and what? We were thankful that you are one of them. If people want to contribute to this house that love built How would they go about doing that? Visit our website..

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"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"You know, From a financial standpoint, I understand that you're part of a global charity that helps in that regard. We are our global charity Ronald McDonald House Charities located in Chicago. They started about 45 years ago when the first Ronald McDonald House was built. In Philadelphia. And since then, the charity has expanded to include approximately 350 chapters throw the world So altogether. These chapters just last year alone served approximately eight million families. So when you think about that impact, it's our chapter combined with the 349 other chapters That are able to continue our mission and provide these families the services that we d'oh. And so you're saying there's about 350 Ronald McDonald houses across the United States and and the world really? There are so as a small charity. In part how we do what we do is because of the support we received from our global charity, but also the support we can receive from the other chapters throughout the world. There's no reason to invent a new wheel if we're looking for a new program or a new policy. Then we just have to reach out to our colleagues in the other chapters, and we're all a very much of a sharing organization. And that helps us not only do what we do every day now. It helps to think about how we can further expand our reach into the future. Well and speaking of the future. I mean, you guys were doing so many wonderful things. But what is the future look like for Ronald McDonald House? Our future will always be that constant of keeping families together and providing them a home a room. This community of support. But in the last few years we've been able to add a couple other programs, including our hospitality card program at the hospital, where any family that is there to support their child being served. And receive a bit of hospitality as our volunteers well, our cart around and offer beverages Next reading materials toys. And in addition to that, we are also a major funder of the Ascension ST Mary's miles of smiles program, which brings into the Milwaukee public schools. A dental clinic. And we've been involved with that for a few years, and we look for other ways that we can help not only Milwaukee, but families. In our entire larger community. Into the future. As I mentioned we are now considering an expansion as well as opening up a family room. So we are we are committed to providing The best service we can giving..

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"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Um The Ronald McDonald house provided so much more every day when my daughter went to school. My mom always said that she believed two hours early so the girls could stop and talk to the ladies in the front office. They would talk about what was happening and what was going on. Then, when they got home from school, they had to show him all the pictures and talk about everything that was happening and I just remember when we left the Ronald McDonald house. Ellen comes up to me, and she had tears in her eyes and she was mom. What are going? Who's going to give all the ladies the hugs every day? Mom, they're gonna miss them. You know that became part of their journey part of their story. When Mom was unable to be there they had Family. They're the art therapy program. Helping them hell. I remember one day when Lydia had coded and we did not think that she was goingto make it. And you know, you come through the doors and you can hardly stand and there was a volunteer there who would just embraced me and the art therapist. Marianne had som E and took me back. And she said here, just throw paint at this this blank canvas and just get it all out. And I remember such a release and something so small when I couldn't pull myself together that There. They were picking up the pieces. There's so many different things that they offer you know, I was thinking about. We laughed in July came home in December. All the clothes that they went through and all the things that they They did while they were there. That was their life, and I just I am so appreciative for everything that the Romans Donald House does because it's so much more than just a room. It's truly part of our family. And the way that they're referred. The house that love built surely speaks through your voice and your words, You know, there's so many different things that they do the supportive programs, the meal programs. They have a secret garden. They have pet therapy programs and the fact that they serve, you know. I guess that over 3000 families were close to that. You know, there's a lot of people that they're serving and we could go into those statistics. But I think to hear firsthand from someone who has experienced All that they have. The offer really tells a great story. So thank you, Tiffany for sharing that when we come back, we're actually going to learn about how this house that love built. Puts all the pieces together for the families that they serve. We'll be back after this commercial break. Wake up feeling like you just boxed 12 rounds. Some wake up, sweating with sore jaws, headaches and a lot of our patients complain a brain. I'm Dr Mother Candler, and these signs often joined with snoring or sleep apnea symptoms. And if this sounds like you, you may have been in a struggle last night between you and the serious disorder. Many people aren't willing to fight back. But the fact is, you can't go through these nightly struggles without ramifications that each night chip away at your life's expiration date..

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"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Seven PM to nine PM and we're going to celebrate the release of single time machine and we're also going to pay it forward for those who want to come down to hang out with in the sixties and you find the big where world wheels entry is free all you gotta do is bring a new unwrapped toy you game free that's a sketch of locking everything SO in all toys will be donated to Ronald McDonald house once again that's just a party with a C. keys time machine is going down the world on wheels seven PM to nine PM interest is a free on rabbits uses three wood on ramp to images make someone down hang out and stayed with us as well the old man with the baby and the neighbor highs in the room I'm at the yeah it's so much it is the beginning of you being with it but we just talking off here man and.

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"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The Ronald McDonald house try to make a make a nice Christmas for them that's where it's at under I difficult circumstances you had a fun fact you want me to give you something interesting that's unrelated to that in a related to the tips that I'm about to give you for wintry weather driving but sort of sort of intriguing was it all mean you're a numbers lady ever since my wife it into a tooth in the Turkey and then my son was born with a pre emergent tooth now you think teeth being something of my life we talk about this often times my contracts have been up in December so December has often been a month of transition for me sure okay but get this we started building a house months ago and it takes months and then there's some things were things speed up and then there will be other things that cause delays yada yada yada there was a point where we were hoping maybe if every little lasting went right we could be in October as it turns out the situation unfolds as it does we move in on December ninth and I said to my wife so familiar day let me do a little digging come to find out six years ago exactly to the day is when we moved into our current home you're kidding six years eggs number nine twenty thirteen to December ninth you've only been here that long yeah well decoding is it a compliment or it is I guess I didn't realize you've only been here for six years I can't believe it's been six make quite the impact in your short time here thanks Donna you're welcome let's get tipsy now time for shop.

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The Latest: Winds don’t stop balloons at NYC parade

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

The Latest: Winds don’t stop balloons at NYC parade

"When you guys get the balloons low but spirits were high is the Macy's thanksgiving day parade marched its way along the streets of Manhattan at one point the nutcracker balloon got blown sideways knocking over one of his handlers who got right back up and kept going Susan do Winton who's been a balloon handler for the Macy's star for four years says it was a challenge to ensure that it's been several years and I've done it so sometimes it's a struggle there Robards also handling that same blue it's pretty windy today so let's challenging him excellent heavier it's full you more well there were no major mishaps Mason says a few balloons had rips and had to be pulled including the Ronald McDonald balloons leg and foot started to deflate Julie Walker New York

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"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"From you know the great gifts that people give to the Ronald McDonald house year round we have family here and grace one of her three daughters was spent some time at the universe Minnesota hospitals in at the Ronald McDonald home and her two sisters came with her we just took a great picture with them and they come and they have been saving up money to buy toys to give back because I'm a lemonade stand sweet so when they were there when Gracie was in the hospital there sister they got the presence and they were really grateful so that's just such a great way to give back so thank you all for coming and saying I and three cheers for Gracie and then three cheers for you are you miss my tap dance it didn't go over well to you tap I tried you know everybody can hear it I would just be a star in my own I know you are but I think the **** and everything like a little Shirley Temple routine you know from from one of those days one of those days thanks everyone for hanging out with us yeah thank you happy whatever it is Tuesday yeah yeah yeah it feels like Thursday because people have a lot of people out Thursday and Friday on a yeah it was very late this morning yeah it was a bone scan and kind and nice people are getting out of town yeah yeah you like my email or my little text they sent you with a link to a story last night okay so if anyone is I have been hanging out with us for a little while you know how much my radio partner loves Justin Timberlake right Fraser Jimmy no one knows how much more he loves JT like they tax they write letters all the time yeah bass Steve's well he has someone at his hand their hands in his in his little life is the triangle of love right yes I got a call at the triangle of lilac rated high rate rate where the you know yeah I'm sure of everything good happening and okay it is wasted okay anyway he put out a denial you not a denial just saying you know of course is way for any wife would be uncomfortable with that photos so you know just because I was like you're going to have your people should issue a statement yeah well then he spotted coming it's really not heard trailer but they were in a trailer that week like the maybe the maker made regular may be a lot worse one of one that picture was but I just thought at first she was he was coming out I know you're dead and here's the deal I think just because she had to run errands in Beverly hills yesterday should to put up with TMZ photographers saying is everything alright she couldn't have looked more humiliated and I thought call Britney spears she had to get two songs written about her member Justin bear that in cheating on her all yes it is that is that true you just made that I know I am not jury we found all that out afterwards he laid it all at the feet of Britney we wrote that great song cry me a river find me a river which was excellent but she only cheated on him because she was so sick of him cheating on her was that it I thought it was because so she was so sick of dressing alike him in the G. yeah anyways so Taylor swift's right great song about all of her axes the weekend is a great weekend all he's got a new song I will not he dated Selena Gomez dear Selena such is small it's like high school in Beverly hills just a small they've all beat each other he lied Bieber Justin Bieber you know Kendall I mean they're all it's just a tight tight circle yeah it is now so we always he's on is going to be called dear Selena hello yes what song about is sex is called like Selena while while it's much the same thing I mean dear Selena like Selena because she dumped him and went back to Jake Justin and that's why he wanted to write that about her I thought it was interesting how you know they were talking about her you know no one just came out and said she sang off key yeah so they're doing all the reporting because she sang at the American music awards and literally saying like a me.

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Who Would Win - Ash from the Evil Dead vs Pennywise

#WhoWouldWin

03:14 min | 2 years ago

Who Would Win - Ash from the Evil Dead vs Pennywise

"Pennywise shape shifting creature I found in the Stephen King aval it in one thousand nine hundred eighty six penny wise as a cosmic evil who feeds on children because they're the easiest prey having existed for billions of here's billions pennywise is no longer concerned with the doings of mortals the monster currently known as it has gone back and forth preying on mortal going into hibernation for what is a seeming eternity every twenty seven to thirty two years or so this scary clown returns to feed hearken back to our forty by some sort of mass tragedy or violent incident pennywise is a shape shifting creature who feeds on fear taking the message of anything that the protagonist I is afraid of fun fact Penny wise was inspired by what scared author Steven King the most McDonald's yes flights the already airborne scared king saw a person dressed as Ronald McDonald board the flight at the last moments summoning up the courage king ask the per clown where he was coming from and Ronald immediately snapped back with McDonald land permanently cementing the notion of a terrifying clown in the us through his work forever that is pennywise we'd like to thank our sponsors for this week McDonald's for providing health nutritious snacks for we're never gonNA get them as a sponsor I would love that I do not think that is likely that McDonald's money eat our chicken it's mostly chicken that's a good positive right there I'm all about the pink slime let me tell you right now does it look like a doug it doesn't it on Chicken Burger okay so here are the details for Ash Williams now Ash Williams Aka Ashley Joanna Williams first appeared the nine hundred eighty one film the evil dead Eh played by Bruce Campbell and created by Director Sam Raimi Ashville Liam's the unlikely hero the evil dead films and TV series has been played by demonic spirits ever since an ill-fated trip to a cabin in the woods it's with a group of friends the group unknowingly releases demons by reading the Necker Namakonha ex Mortis the economics mortis or book of the dead is bound in human flesh Russian inked in blood of course all of our kid listeners shocked Tober James with a Q. and under no circumstances should be read aloud as doing so releases evil dead or spirits who become debts a debt by the way is a lifeforce person animal or even inanimate object that is possessed by Kandar Ian Demon their cunning and manipulative and can only killed by bodily dismemberment shocked over I guess it's the season that member moment ashes known for two main weapons sought up shotgun otherwise known as boom stick and the more noticeable home light xl chainsaw which was adapted to replace his right hand which was we did an evil dead film after being possessed by dead later during the army of darkness film Ashville themselves new mechanical right hand using play chainmail gauntlet and customize spring

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"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Knew of Ronald McDonald house is being in that'll do you feel confident right next to the church Hey Chris children's hospital used to be right across the street asking for yeah that was the first in the area it was it was a second the world too is that right the first was in for the Philadelphia socially Chicago that launched in kind of really the movement hello to throw in everything how many are here now if I run a town houses here in the Chicago land area okay and how does that compare with other metro areas that were one of the largest second third largest in in the world and then there also because there's one right behind us isn't there is again new children's hospital absolutely and then you have played the rooms as well explain that form yeah so you know the house I'm really in your backyard here is soon to be seventy bedrooms running four bedrooms that that will open in a couple of weeks but it's a big house in so everything that we do your I do on our own home we do in our Amazon also has completely all the same enemy all the same amount I met a man yeah this get someone in to be seen as yet. so you know we're just trying to keep parents closer sick kid I guess we should start with that I mean I didn't really explain your mission but a tell us what it is that that that you do and why some poor yeah well you know we believe that when a child is sick family sick and so our mission is really to keep kids and families close together and help them get better together and so we partner with our pediatric hospitals in the Chicago land area to make sure that those critically ill kids can have their families close and so you know whether you live and Naperville or you know in an area that is too hard to kind of get back and forth right just to be bad cider beer child you can stand around the topics the health care system in a way absolutely I mean that the children but I would imagine their recovery benefits by having family nearby that's right so you know if we can help families be nourished and taking care of and have a good night's rest then that they can go back you know and and re can I mean redo their cycle the next day I'm being other Ptolemy and they're part of a medical decision the treatment team how far away is the typical gassed I mean photo. your average is probably four to six hours right so we serve families from all over the world last year we had families from forty five different states but the you know here in Chicago here in Chicago we're primarily serving Indiana and Illinois so I would say about fifty to sixty percent of families using around a townhouse in the Chicago land area are from those those two states and so what's the new you have a mole I didn't know you had sort of a mobile office we have a moral system explain that for me yeah we have a great partnership with advocate children's hospital and we do mobile medical outreach to children to get them access to care in underserved areas so our primary partners are with schools and trying to make sure that we help them stay in school so a lot of early detection screening immunizations and we do a lot of dealing with what I would call food in securities so we'll we'll see about addiction find if what it what is it for maybe lack food nutrition at home okay he's just getting him some basic port so we have a backpack program that when you get on the caramel bill and the social worker the nurse at the school was identified that perhaps there is a food challenge at home and getting access we make sure we select this and I can hold the back into how many kids are affected by that every year this year will probably reach about six thousand kids while so it's a great partnership that we do and you were part of that health care continuum of making sure that those kids get scene and and find a health for home quite frankly so also the one issue but there was trouble last year or earlier this year down at the university of Chicago hospital right to the facility there I had a devastating flood where are you with that we are scheduled to open October first night it's been a long haul it's been close since February and we were of part of the victim of the polar vortex and experienced some extreme weather conditions with our pipes and our sprinkler system that really did destroy the inside of the house and it was fast and so about a two and a half million dollar loss and the community really rallied around us and we are so grateful for that so that's gonna open up soon and open for twenty two families will welcome back we have band at putting in a hotel since February the you know we talk here about taxes and Ted Textor nations in a I'm interested in charities whether they've seen a drop off in their donations with the new tax laws there's less incentive tax wise to donate yeah have you noticed anything like that yeah I think we're still a little bit on the learning curve I think this was the first year that people really realized what was happening with their own tax situation and so you know I think that we ended up maintaining who I would say is our loyal of donors and it may we have let me some limitations now on you know what would be new donors try some people getting interested because I think that as people are affected based on the circumstances they are staying committed to maybe what their core charities are but maybe the room for growth and supporting others become are limited yeah I think that will look I'll just say for myself because I'm a Scrooge advisedly but. this sort of peripheral donations art is attractive to me as they would have been if I had to text a nation my core when certainly are absolutely but the ones walking on the street I must might be a little less likely that's going to be a challenge for people like you to excite us into warmer heart a little bit yeah I I think listen as as things change like this you know we all in jest and we're just working hard to make sure that we're reintroducing mission to this our mission to folks who may not know about us which is this conversation today is helpful kids are going to get sick and families need your support and so we don't have the luxury of sitting back and not being aggressive at finding donors and getting them to continue to give I knew that you welcome families I didn't know you went to the schools and help kids there that's that's outstanding yeah the thanks very much for coming in how the book and all this is C. E. O. Ronald McDonald house it's nice to meet you thank you so much for having me it's the wind trust business lunch on seven twenty WGN. start the timer because he's the one trust business minute sharing in examining Chicago business news of the day and if you take a look to your left right over the little thing we call the Michigan you'll see Detroit the auto capital still seeing some push back from the United auto workers union this week as they enter.

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"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"At the at the Ronald McDonald center where there's water and there's tranquility why at you W. yeah do they put the water falls in so the students can have a a calming presence and and so you know you look at this you have big commercial concerns spending thousands and thousands of dollars to put these things and to change the mood of the people that there are people who have children that are are are you know at the Ronald McDonald house staying there because our kids have childcare things like that is a common thing where they can sit down they can say their prayers they can do whatever they need to do in that area so when you talk about that and you really think about it why are people doing that in commercial spaces because they understand then you can transcend that into I'm a home you know you you get home at night after working all day it's stressful for everybody okay we're all working hard we're all trying to make ends meet we're taking kera kids everything else when you get out on that day I can you pour yourself a glass of wine and you listen to that water feature maybe got some music on in the background you know what the dozen times I've been out on my deck doing just that and thinking sure thank you lord for this think about tech about a look a typical ponder what a water garden next to patio or deck okay I'm gonna list off a couple things here that if you have children that ponder or water garden is gonna be such a great educational tool and that child is going to grow up remembering all that part of what I had while I was growing up you know he's gonna learn about all the frogs in the ecology the biology in nature and things like that so right there it's an educational tool but you can also away from call of duty or whatever pulled away from the video is running right right then then you've got your the de stressor for the husband and wife and he got that going on and that's always a very and a very priceless kind of thing to have that that distress or at night right and then you just have that resale value to I mean really a water feature can add a lot of value to your landscape and a lot of value to your home and and things like that I I could go on and on and on and so a water feature it in itself just adds so much to people's lifestyles you know and and they are affordable can you really until you actually see them you really can't appreciate what we're talking about again if you go to aquatica dot com take a look at some of the water features on water ponds on for a quite a coupons I'm sorry I was yeah but the other thing is unfortunately for for those listening now the pond tour has sold out but every year you get a bus older private tours you want you want a private tour give us a call will really all absolutely I do you know there's a new one okay so you'll drive people around Sean Parker that you've done specifically I would suggest your shop we have lots of displays I would suggest though if you have an area in your yard that you're thinking okay maybe maybe I could put a small water feature here or maybe could put a gigantic water feature here what you should do is is maybe take some pictures come into the shop and then you can go to some specific places that have similar water features yeah you know I work right now we're booking for our our late summer fall season call us now so we the fall is a awesome time to build one of the most enjoyable times most creator you guys because it's not so damn we're not rushed as much I don't it's such a creative time to build our our crews really you don't do well in in the late summer and fall as far as creativity you get a great product and sore booking right now for you know late summer fall and come to our shop we got a lot to displays were right whales are quite a coupons dot com you can go to our website look a lot of pictures no I did say that that you know earlier in the segment I did say that you know you guys kind of have a grow issue there but you do do plans and you will get a basic idea of what's going on what's nice about it is that you're not really locked in if you want to add a plan for your you want to add a feature there one might my favorite one has always been the whiskey truck you at the old vintage truck that look like it crashed into a pond with a beautiful beautiful project you know even if you're working with a landscape company we do work with many many landscape contractors in the area side by side yeah we're partners with them I'm a former president of the Wisconsin landscape association and we we do a lot with the landscape community so if you already have a favorite landscaper give give them a call and land and ask him if they work with us and we're happy to work with them now earlier you were talking about community stuff and one of the things I always like to bring up with you because I think it I think it real dove tails into your business but it also dovetails into your your your business ethics is that you guys are relatively big donors and the end of time and resources to the wildlife in need center in yeah we do a lot with the the wildlife in need center in if you have injured wildlife I always like to let people know where to take injured while life to get rehabilitated the wildlife in need center right awful Waterville road in the town of I don't want like a kind of walk does many area.

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"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Ronald McDonald house over the weekend forestall of the families who were living there out the charities CEO. Holly Buchan doll says a fundraising page has been set up to help them still working on catering meals and helping with laundry transportation to and from the hospital from the hotel location. So all those become very immediate needs. Folkston really help us keep these families together of those displaced many of them have been put up in a nearby motel with whatever they could grab after water pipes burst in the building. Chicago police are reviewing surveillance video taken from cameras in the vicinity of a lounge where seven people were shot early Sunday morning on southside two men were killed five. Others injured with this fight started around two AM inside Ron Reynolds lounge near seventy fifth and Ingles side that fight then spilled outside the club. Police say that's when a silver four door Ford pulled up, and that someone inside it began shooting no arrests the federal government will partially shut down again in less than two weeks. If agreement isn't reached on the spending plan ABC's Tara Palmeri PTS as lawmakers on. Both sides are still dug in president. Now speaker Nancy Pelosi both set in their ways, she says under no condition will there be money in the budget for a wall. There's not be any wall money in the in the in the legislation, but Trump is facing opposition in congress on multiple fronts. A large group of Republican senators recently passed an amendment rebuking the president's plans to pull troops overseas fighting terrorism and the president sat down for a wide ranging interview it covered things like Roger stone, North Korea much, more ABC's, Chuck Sivertsen reports on advisor confidant, and friend Roger stone indicted in the Russia investigation. Would you pardon him have not about it? It looks like he's defending himself. Very well. Margaret Brennan on CBS face the nation asked about a second summit with North Korea's leader. You'll be finding out probably say to the union or shortly before. But the meeting said he's looking forward to it. I'm looking forward to it. We've made tremendous progress on house speaker Pelosi opposing a border wall. She was very rigid, which I would expect. But I think she's very bad for our country. Richton ABC news. We'll check sports traffic and weather next on WGN looking to stand out from the package your first job when you earn a master's in management from Georgetown. You'll gain the skills employers value most elevating your career prospects.

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"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

The MFCEO Project

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

"And then you'll give me a little bit more credit. All right. What was a real review? No, excuse me. So just in terms of macro stuff. You know, align your intent provide value that will give you great confidence. Great moral clarity. And then specifically you just want to you know, you wanna ask open ended questions you want to ask questions that demonstrate value? So that you can learn what matters to that person. So that you can treat them like they mattered to you. And then asking follow up questions that are for the purpose of clarifying. So that you can comprehend so that you can connect. And if you do that, you really going to make an impact on people's lives, you're going to sell you're gonna make money, but you're also gonna you're going to exercise tremendous influence will will make you think you're so much only successful. There's so many points in podcast, you surpri, like, I'm not just saying I don't say about every podcast. But this is one that he'd go back and take notes threw for sure for sure so guys. From the Ronald McDonald fucker and myself. Happy Sunday sermon, we love you. We appreciate you. Thank you so much for making this podcast. What it is. You know, we're one of the few podcasts doesn't run ads, and we don't market in our success in this in. This message has everything to do with you guys sharing. It. I appreciate that. Because it makes me extremely proud. It makes me know that a you guys are on the same page as us be. You're paying the fee that we ask which is if you have value in episode, please share it. But most of all I think there's a lot of pride because it's like do we're beating the shit out of people who spend millions of dollars a year in advertising based off of what you guys are doing for us. And I can't tell you what that means for us. So I have a great Sunday genuine. Thank you from Vaughn Tyler. And I and I will see this coming week..

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"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on The Daily Article

The Daily Article

05:11 min | 3 years ago

"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on The Daily Article

"Ronald McDonald depicted as make Jesus on a cross. This is Jim Dennison's daily article for Thursday, January seventeenth twenty nineteen Christians in Israel are protesting a sculpture museum. Depicting Ronald McDonald as Mick Jesus the artwork. Displays the clown. Crucified on wooden cross. It is part of an exhibition called sacred goods, which is intended to highlight ways. Our faith is dominated by the consumer culture. Christians have been demonstrating in front of the Haifa museum of the arts demanding that it removed the artwork. In response. The museum posted signs at the exhibit entrance warning that it contains content. Some might find disturbing as usual relational challenges are dominating the news, citing security concerns. House speaker Nancy Pelosi has asked President Trump to reschedule his state of the union address or deliver it in writing. If the government remains shut down the spouses of Jeff Bezos, and Lauren Sanchez reportedly knew about their affair for months before. Was made public and the bachelor's cold Underwood has told reporters that gymnast Aly race men was his first love and worst. Heartbreak relational health is more important to our health than we might imagine. Think of those you consider to be friends studies show that only thirty five percent to fifty three percent feel the same way about you. This is important for obvious reasons related to honesty and psychological wellbeing. But also to physical health research indicates that those with stronger social relationships are fifty percent more likely to live longer, a new report further documents the link between relational health and physical health. It shows that international students moving to an unfamiliar sociocultural context can experience significant exiled, that's not news. But this is such anxiety is correlated to sustain inflammation in their bodies, which can lead to cardiovascular disease in poor overall health, our greatest desire is to be fully known and fully loved. But our culture teaches us that the two. Our adversaries the more. You know, me the less. You will love me the more. You love me, the less, you know, me years ago. John Powell wrote a masterful book, why am I afraid to tell you who I AM The Answer in short because I'm afraid you won't love me. If I do there's only one person who knows full e and loves us fully because God is omnipotent. He looks on the heart in knows everything. And because God is love he loves you and me with an everlasting in steadfast love. No one else is on Nisshin. No one else is essential nature is love. That's why no one else can know us fully and love us fully. Here's why this fact matters as Craig Denison notes until you're longing to be fully known and fully loved is satisfied in the wealth of God's affection for you. He will never stop seeking elsewhere until you know, beyond a shadow of a doubt that you are cared for thought about liked in wanted by your creator. You'll never stop trying to satisfy those needs and others. And we know how that turns out what does God's omniscient unconditional love. For us mean in practice. Here's what it doesn't mean. It doesn't mean that we should see ourselves as more valuable simply because God knows fully and loves us. Fully the Lord knows things about us. Others do not. But this is not why loves us more than they do. He loves us because he is love is love is an expression of his nature, not are merit. As a result. We need never fear that he will learn something about us that will cause him to love us less. Here's what God's unconditional love. Does mean we should seek to love others and ourselves as he loves us. Jesus was clear as recorded in John thirteen thirty four a new commandment. I give to you that you love one another just as I have loved you. You also are to love one another just as could be translated in the same way. Our Lord wants us to love each other as unconditionally as he loves us. And to love ourselves in the same way. How the first fruit of the spirit is love when the Holy Spirit controls an empowers us. He manifests the love of God in and through us. It's not that we love ourselves and others more fully, we experienced in share his love imagine, the impact of our influence on our culture, if every Christian loved every person he or she knows with the love of Christ years after the holocaust survivor. Corrie ten boom met one of the former guards at her concentration camp. She could not find it in her heart to forgive him. So she asked God, give me your forgiveness. Then as I took the guards hand, the most incredible thing happened from my shoulder along my arm through my hand current seemed to pass for me to him while into my heart spring love for the stranger that almost overwhelming me that day. Corrie ten boom learned vital fact, it is not on our forgiveness anymore than on our goodness that the world healing hinges. But on his when he tells us to love our enemies, he gives along with the command the love itself for whom do you need his love today? Would you consider sharing this podcast with a friend family member or co worker in order to help build a community of culture, changing Christians? Thank you for listening to today's daily article podcast.

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"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

05:24 min | 3 years ago

"ronald mcdonald" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Well done. Team. We get that might as well just served up many sandwiches. This is no this is stupid. This is stupid. I'm telling you as clown. Great a clown. He's here he out clown. Ronald mcdonald. America. That's a tough question. American all American stuff. See all of stuff bitch is just cheap. And you like to eat shitty food. You know, as I love McDonald's. Here. I talk about the burgers is. I'm like me, man. I'm talking about the burgers. I always gotta go get a, man. Oh, yeah. About to run out now after this. Give me a Big Mac cloud food in me. But man, yeah. But but when you when you hosting some foot team, and you wanna talk about all American food brings him pie pioneer. You know, bring some like good bring some nice hamburgers in that were grilled up by you know, a a great grill. Master don't be talking about goddamn throat. Martha keep party going. Having a part. I'm not gonna pick up in the in the White House. The first thing I should not see when I walk in over offices. Meg ribs. He might as well or something. The nieces I'll be there. Mag ribs in the White House. So you had to say, yes. The White House red. Thing is Obama and his wife, they were even having a Gordon in the White House, and like trying to get the fresh produce from there and trying to teach people eat like fresh and vegetables and stuff like that. And what this guy's doing is all the way on the opposite side. This is. You, sir. Are tight coats and flurries. Mech flurries and die cokes. Jake said five bucks, all the drinks are met flurries and cooks. I don't even think the cokes. I think it's all mex- Lurs. Mex lers one. This is I I don't know. Maybe I don't wanna I don't wanna judge. Maybe there's the baby. This is some part part of a big joke or theme or something. A lot of money for this year. He sponsored this all of those every time we full he's eating KFC. Mcdonald's. Is this the teams favorite food or something? Like that could be I don't know. Maybe that maybe I'm missing something. Is that video? That's it. His Malcolm said, the food is fucking cold where you there, Malcolm. Angry, but that cold. Yeah. All right. You know? And I mean, listen, I I enjoy Big Mac as much as the next guy. So cool. Yeah. I'm getting a little burger tonight. I can't help it. Tap wa deserts Dairy Queen. That's what Robby Scott Lindsey said. People were making fun of Michael Jackson, having a fr- can KFC. And now president is. Yeah. Make you wanna stop eating. Stop eating KFC looking ahead to eat the whole fucking bucket in he'll wear it on his head after. Prize? Oh, and this is a good point Solaar his Email here. He said is possible. The shutdown means the White House, cook stayed home. That is true true to ego. That is true, man. You could at least ordered pizzas. Yeah. I mean, you money. All right, everybody. We about to get out of here. Gene, alleged billionaire. Yeah. There you go the food staff is off because they shut down. They brought him. Mcdonald's. You think they're going to get Domino's that really meant that that that that really is subjected like your mama would do like, you know, like when your mama don't wanna cook. Okay. It has my mom like this like the the government shutdown like mom's day on mount feel like cooking shit. We're gonna McDonald. Spend money, either hours, raise magma mother, we'd get home because when she started working, my mom stayed home. She would cook for us and everything and even she would cook food that was kinda crazy. You know, I was raised on eating pancakes for dinner with chocolate chips and stuff like that. I know they like it anyways. Whatever man. But when she would get home like when she started working, she would get home from work. I get home from school. You like where you wanna go big? She she walk into the door. She'll be like Trump Abaga KFC Burger King. Mcdonald's all kinds of stuff, man. I was raised. That's why love fast food. They'll risen. I was raised on fast-food providence would doing this for the fast food. I'm trying to give you healthy food. Most of the no you do appreciate the Jeremiah in helping. Jeremiad be like, my mom and hold Sashi. He's just been feeding me all kinds of bad stuff was up..

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