35 Burst results for "Sarasota"

Airplane crash in Gulf of Mexico leaves 2 dead, 1 missing

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 d ago

Airplane crash in Gulf of Mexico leaves 2 dead, 1 missing

"Two people are confirmed dead and authorities are searching for a third person after a private plane crashed into the Gulf of Mexico off the Florida coast. The plane crash happened Saturday night, but a search for the rented single engine piper Cherokee didn't begin until around 10 a.m. Sunday, when the plane had not returned to the airport where it had left in St. Petersburg, Florida, a spokesperson in Venice, Florida says recreational boaters found the body of a woman floating about two and a half miles west of the Venice shore, and divers from the Sarasota county sheriff's office located the plains wreckage, about a third of a mile off shore, directly west of the Venice airport, the body of a girl was found in the plains passenger area, and rescuers are searching for a third person, believed to be a man who was either the pilot or a passenger. I'm Donna water

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Gabby Petito family settles $3M suit in killing by fiance

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 weeks ago

Gabby Petito family settles $3M suit in killing by fiance

"The families of Gabby petito and Brian laundrie have reached a $3 million settlement in a wrongful death lawsuit filed after authorities concluded he strangled her during a cross country trip in August 2021 I Norman hall a lawyer for petito's parents said whatever money is received will go to the Gabby petito foundation dedicated to locating missing people and curbing domestic violence The lawsuit involving the estates of petito and Brian laundrie claimed he was liable for damages because he caused her death her body was found in a Wyoming national park a separate lawsuit still pending in Sarasota claims laundrie's parents wrongly concealed that he confessed to killing petito before he returned home in September 2021 to Florida from their trip out west in a converted van Christopher and Roberta laundrie denied that claim I Norman hall

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"sarasota" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:17 min | Last month

"sarasota" Discussed on WGN Radio

"26 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo let us go to Charles and Sarasota, Florida listening on WE and G welcome. Thank you. Thank you, rich. We're here in Sarasota county still drying out as you probably have guessed. But I've been really interested in just these past two years, especially as to why the governor in Texas and in Arizona, but especially governor Abbott, I believe it is in Texas. Why they wouldn't get angry enough to take matters into their own hands and say, I'm bringing out the state militia and I'm asking for 200 or 300,000 volunteers from the other 49 states to close this border. I wonder if that is possible. I mean, almost anything is possible in times of breakdown, but I wonder why people have not suggested that. Just one point. And here's my thought on that. So I will say this, governor Abbott, and there's a few pieces here that I think are all important. Number one, I think governor Abbott has been he probably could do something along those lines. He uses the state police or what they call Texas DPS, the Department of Public Safety, which has aerial patrols that spot these people and then they have ground people that in effect will arrest or detain people that they see entering the country illegally and hand them over to the appropriate authorities. The problem is when they hand them over to the appropriate authorities, they are released by ice and border patrol because that's the directive that the federal government has. Constitutionally speaking, no state has jurisdiction over immigration. Now, even though these are border states and they have some state sovereignty, the statutory obligation to deport people and that type of thing lies with the federal government. So you would use the levers of power and the mechanism of politics to say, okay, look, you have to get your people here and get them out. Now, as the chief commander in chief of the Texas National Guard, the governor has the ability to activate the guard and say this is a statewide disaster, we're going to get these guys here. They can perform law enforcement functions and we can do stuff. However, the president can just as easily activate the National Guard in Texas and have them go against his order. And I think that's a showdown they don't want because it's probably one that they'll lose. So because obviously the commander in chief of the United States has that ability. So they're not going to use the National Guard. I don't know that Texas has another state militia. Now I can tell you that Ron DeSantis in Florida has built his own state militia. In addition to the Texas National Guard to do just those types of things, when the federal government may not be acting to declare himself a sanctuary state and say, all right, you know what? We're going to do what we got to do. However, there's only but so much you can do before you start violating the law and encroaching on the federal government's role in responsibility, which their abdicating, granted. But again, this is how the game is played. So I think this is the reason that you don't have people taking these aggressive measures because it would become a legal nightmare and it could become a PR nightmare and ultimately everything you do could be for nought because you may end up losing eventually in court because you don't have that jurisdiction. So I think what they've done is come up with the most clever workaround they can to work the media and say, oh, hey guys, you guys are new to America. Great. We have a beautifully air conditioned bus here with some great goody bags for you guys. You guys interested in going to New York City? Are you interested in going to Washington D.C.? And having them fill out their waivers and letting them know, look, these places are sanctuary cities, and we're looking to relocate you to these sanctuary cities and sanctuary states because Texas is not one. But we're willing to give you this and this and this in order for you to go. Do you want to go? Great, hop on the bus. And I think it's been incredibly effective. We've seen what's happening in New York City. The mayor is, you know, he's pulling his tugging on his collar. He's breaking a sweat. He can't handle, I don't know, 6 to ten busloads of border crossers that have been dropped off in New York City. You're looking for New York City resources. They just fired one of their staffers. We talked about that here on the program the other day where he was saying that the mayor is just in over his head. Doesn't know what he's doing. And that this is creating a massive burden on the infrastructure and the services that they render for homeless people and whatnot in the city of New York. So I think we saw it happen with the Martha's Vineyard fiasco as well, where Ron DeSantis sent 50. I think he just said 50 people up there that were in Florida and said, hey look, we're going to relocate you at your own will to Martha's Vineyard to a sanctuary city sanctuary state. So I think that's been effective. They've gotten a considerable amount of PR

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Mike Gallagher Reports Live From Venice, FL Following Hurricane Ian

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Mike Gallagher Reports Live From Venice, FL Following Hurricane Ian

"You're watching us today on the Salem news channel, you can see the devastation of hurricane Ian. Of course, trees uprooted buildings blown down power lines down. Today, of course, it's sunny, blue skies, hardly hardly indicative of the devastation that Ian racked upon this community in Sarasota. You've seen the video images from Fort Myers. You've seen the video images from sanibel. And you've seen unlikely the images undoubtedly the images from Venice. We're at the corner of U.S. 41 and Laurel road in Venice, Florida. This is a community that was overwhelmed by the devastation of

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"sarasota" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:48 min | 2 months ago

"sarasota" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Is all things considered from NPR news. I'm also Chang and Culver City, California. And I'm wanna summers in Washington. At one point, hurricane Ian was feared to directly hit the Tampa Bay region, where Chelsea Rivera is a PhD student in St. Petersburg. So she went south to shelter with her parents and Sarasota. Hurricane Ian actually landed more south, meaning that Chelsea Rivera's evacuation plan actually brought her closer to the storm center and its category four wins. I see palm trees swaying back and forth. The scariest part is incredibly the wind. It's, like you said, it's gone a 150 miles an hour. It's shaking the house. Green is pelting. The windows. Last night, I spoke to her just hours after the eye of the hurricane had made landfall. But the hurricane was not done with Southwest Florida yet. I want to say it was dinnertime, the winds were crazy. It sounded like a freight train. I was probably up until like 1 o'clock in the morning. And even then, I could hear the wind. And it kind of kept me up last night. To be quite honest, it was just scary. And every time the wind blows, you could just feel the house shaking. So we were very scared that, you know, the glass is going to break in our House, you know, on the windows that weren't boarded up. So it was scary. She eventually did get some sleep, and when she woke up this morning. It was quiet. So I was that the storm was gone. It was my first thought. Her second thought? I was a little bit nervous to go outside just to see how bad the damage was. It actually took

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"sarasota" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

The Daily Meditation Podcast

05:09 min | 2 months ago

"sarasota" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

"Welcome to episode 2758 of the daily meditation podcast. I'm Mary meckley, and I welcome you to our series. We're exploring this week. This week, the theme is a daily dose of inner peace, and all week long you've explored techniques and insight to help you instantly tune into inner peace. You don't have to wait until things are just right to experience peace within regardless of what's happening in the world around you. I am currently evacuated from my home in Florida. I live on an island just off the coast of Sarasota in Florida and we are waiting to find out when we can go back on to the island and my heart goes out to those who've lost loved ones who have lost their homes and livelihoods. It's times like this that allow you to notice the benefits of any kind of relaxation ritual you may have. And if you meditate and here you are, I give you a lot of credit for being right here doing this for yourself. You notice that you are able to manage stressful situations in a better way. You still experience the stress, but research shows that you're able to recover much more effectively. And you're able to move on from this stress. And so as you give yourself a daily dose of peace today, I want to share with you today's insight to your peace formula, and that is to focus on what your learning, sometimes when you're going through a crisis. And you focus on not so much the moment what is happening, but rather what you're learning, and you make mistakes along the way, especially during a crisis when things don't always go so smoothly and things are often beyond your control. This is a time when you will benefit from what you're exploring this week in your challenge. A challenge is an important part of each week's series. So before I guide you in today's meditation, I want to touch base with you regarding your challenge this week. You are encouraged to think about your day before your day even begins. And anticipate the kind of stressful situations you might experience. To the best of your ability, and then think about some meditation techniques or maybe a mindset, shift you might need to make in order to be able to manage the stress of the day in a better way. So you prep for stress. And then at the end of your day, this is very important. This is a technique that the Dalai Lama is reported to do in his book, the art of happiness. He talks about how every day he does anticipate his day and the stress he might encounter and how he might manage that stress. And then at the end of the day, he reflects on how he did manage his stress. And what he would have done differently or to celebrate when he was able to navigate stress in a positive way. So this is your challenge for this week. Now I invite you to make yourself nice and comfortable as you relax your body. Straighten your spine, close your eyes, gently elevating them upwards. Begin to tune into where you're feeling stress right now. Allow yourself to gently release it. Inhale and exhale, noticing the rhythm and flow of your breath. Focus on

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Janice Dean: Worst Case Scenarios for Hurricane Ian

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | 2 months ago

Janice Dean: Worst Case Scenarios for Hurricane Ian

"The worst case scenario for Southwest Florida. I will say folks in Tampa Bay, you know, they're not out of the Woods just yet, but the worst of the storm surge, which is the most deadly part of a hurricane, is really going to be between Fort Myers and Sarasota and we could see upwards of 18 feet of storm surge and obviously if you live along the coast, that's going to put homes underwater. And the category of the storm and we're almost a category 5, but it's not even relevant right now when you're talking about a storm surge of 12 to 18, even 20 feet. And then we have high tide that's moving in in the late afternoon. We're expecting the worst of the hurricane force waves and winds and surge and heavy rainfall. It really, you know, Charlie went through this area in 2004, hurricane Charlie, people that know the area, remember Charlie, but this storm is three times the size of Charlie. It will be devastating. I am, I hate to say worst case scenario, but it really is the worst case scenario in this area. And I just hope people heeded the warnings because I mean, they're using catastrophic deadly, those types of terms, the national hurricane center likes to steer clear of unless they actually know that this is a probability. So when you see those dire warnings coming in at 8 a.m., just hours before the storm makes landfall, it really takes your breath away. And I am urging people to just pray for people in Southwest Florida because this will be devastating and it will be historic.

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Roger Schulman: It's Too Late to Evacuate

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Roger Schulman: It's Too Late to Evacuate

"I was talking, we were asking, I was asking you about evacuation, I know governor desantis said it's essentially too late now to evacuate. Why is that? Is it just because of the rapidly deteriorating conditions? That's exactly it. If somebody gets stuck, there's no way to safely rescue them. The flooding can be bad. They've shut down the skyway bridge, which is the main bridge between the Tampa Bay Area and Sarasota manatee, which means people can't get over that. The winds are much higher now and around noon we're expecting this thing to actually hit with the very high winds. So if somebody gets out there, gets stuck, they're going to be in the middle of it, so better to stay where they are as dangerous as it is to be outside in the elements themselves.

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Ian powers up to a Category 4 hurricane as it nears Florida

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Ian powers up to a Category 4 hurricane as it nears Florida

"Hurricane Ian has gotten much stronger as it heads toward the Florida coast hurricane Ian is a category four storm Eric Blake of the national hurricane center says the storm surge could cause catastrophic damage and from Naples to Sarasota is at high risk The entire Florida Peninsula and the Florida keys will have significant effects from this hurricane Ian gained strength after battering Cuba bringing down the island's power grid authorities in Florida are still urging people to evacuate the danger zone if they still can I'm Donna warder

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"sarasota" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:42 min | 2 months ago

"sarasota" Discussed on WGN Radio

"This is an inexact science. Of course, subject to change, but they're now forecasting it to strike land. Basically at the Charlotte Sarasota county border. That's Florida governor Ron DeSantis saying forecasters have narrowed the expected landfall zone, but again, he's speaking principally of the area around Tampa, St. Petersburg, Florida, on the west central coast of Florida. After that, northward, apparently probably into Georgia and the Carolinas, and we're still a bit early to narrow that down much further. Hurricane Ian has the potential to be a pretty serious storm. One 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo is our number one 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 with Mark Herrera, who works with seeing that there's adequate infrastructure for preparation for a storm such as this and as we take some calls mark the word adequate. I mean, there are any number of things that may look like. Okay, we could make that into a shelter, but further examination indicates that it might not be a very good shelter, correct? Correct. You just really don't know. Again, when mother nature takes its toll, the best preparation obviously evacuate. That's the best way. But when you're talking about hitting one of these massive venues or facilities or a shelter, there's no guarantee that that in itself is really going to be adequate. You can equip that to manage and house people for a little bit, right? But again, is it truly adequate and who knows if something rather than nothing, right? It's a means of providing them some sort of shelter at that given moment that given time. Okay. Mark, did you change your phone any between now and before the break? Out of this town, is this better? That's much better. Thank you very much. Much preferred there. All right, for a remark Guerrero, let's start with a call from Sharon and crane, Missouri. Good evening. Good evening, Jim. And good evening to your guest. I was 13 years old, lived in Texas. And I went to hurricane Carla in 1961, which was a hurricane 5 and the largest inland hurricane. In U.S. history. There are a lot of people in Florida who have recently moved there, may not ever have gone to anything like this. Please listen to what the officials are telling you. You have no idea of what kind of force this is, how dangerous it is. You have no idea what wind and water can do. It isn't just the wind. The water can be just as dangerous. So please listen to people who are telling you what to do for your own safety. Take it from somebody who has been there. And luckily enough survived it. Thanks, Jim. Thank you. Thank you, and I think those were words to be underlined, Mark Carrera. I can recall. Jim, that is absolutely right on point. Your color is you think about this. She's right on the money. She's survived this thing. And she's given really solid advice. Think about how much water weighs alone. It's a little bit about 8.3 four pounds or something like that per gallon. All right? Think about the amount of water that is going to be dumped on these folks, right? It's going to be more than a gallon. So it's good advice and I really appreciate what the caller just said. I know that they've been talking about a storm surge maybe in excess of ten feet around the Tampa era. I recall the first time I encountered a hurricane, it was the tail end of a hurricane that had gone up the Atlantic coast. And I was told by a local a native that I was lucky that I caught this when it was weakened. And that was right after I had watched a wooden window shutter, cartwheeling, down the street end over end. And in fact, I was young at the time, and pretty healthy. And I had to cross a four lane street. And I

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Roger Schulman: Updates to the Projected Path of Hurricane Ian

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:37 min | 2 months ago

Roger Schulman: Updates to the Projected Path of Hurricane Ian

"Roger. I know that the national hurricane center just released its latest expectations, bring us up to date on what they're predicting in terms of landfall. Well, they've turned the hurricane a little bit away from the immediate Tampa Bay Area to Venice, Florida, which is south of Sarasota, sort of between Sarasota and Fort Myers. It's a town of about 23,000 known for its shark teeth, which are frequently found on its beach and its lovely architecture. Like Venice, and it's just a beautiful little city. And that's where they think it's going to be hit by 125 mph winds, at least a category three storm in about 35 hours. So that is ground zero now. However, we are not out of the Woods in the Tampa Bay Area. This could change and we are still going to feel the effects much of Florida is going to feel the effects of this no matter where it hits. But this Venice is the dominion. This is somewhat, you know, I'm guardedly optimistic because this is a little bit of better news, obviously than a direct hit for Tampa and saint Pete. Now again, as I keep getting reminded from people by people who've lived through these hurricanes in Florida, things could change, but this is a little bit of good news for Tampa Bay in saint Pete, right? This is modified good news. It is not bad news, but it is not great news because we are still north of this and it is going to be moving through the state to the north and to the east. If it stays on its current path. So we are not out of the Woods by any stretch of the imagination.

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Gov. Ron DeSantis Warns of Storm Surges, Encourages Evacuation

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Gov. Ron DeSantis Warns of Storm Surges, Encourages Evacuation

"Breaking now on the Mike Gallagher show. Here's Florida governor Ron DeSantis moments ago, briefing reporters and telling floridians, you better be ready. And if you are in an evacuation zone, you should get out. Charlie was a lot smaller. It was powerful as a category four, most of the damage from Charlie was from wind. And when destruction, what we have here is really historic storm surge and flooding potential. And so if you're looking at those places in fort Meyer, Charlotte county, Sarasota, the storm surge that you're going to see generated from this is going to far eclipse what we saw there. And so as you look to see what is going on with the local counties, there's evacuation orders that are in place on all these counties from Pasco and pinellas down to the Fort Myers area. And our recommendation is to heed those evacuation orders. What those evacuation orders are doing is identifying people that live in areas that are vulnerable to major storm surge. And that storm surge can be life threatening. There's certain things we can protect against in terms of the wind and the structures and we've got great building codes. But when you have 5 to ten feet of storm surge, that is not something that you want to be a part of. And mother nature is a very fearsome adversary. So please heed those warnings. You do not need to evacuate to another state. You don't need to go hundreds of miles away. Their shelters that are open and all of these counties at this point, the important part of if you're under an evacuation order is evacuate to higher ground that is going to be safe from the type of surge and flooding that we're fearing with this storm.

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"sarasota" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 3 months ago

"sarasota" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sarasota school districts has frozen the purchase of new library books and stopped accepting donated books, even of dictionaries, until they can hire media specialists to vet each book. But not every district is doing the same in nearby pinellas county, the district said classroom teachers need not remove their classroom libraries, and issues of students pronouns are being handled on a case by case basis there. Andrew spar is president of the state's largest teachers union known as the Florida education association. These laws are meant to create confusion or meant to create chaos and they are doing that, but overwhelmingly parents see these laws as distractions away from what matters and we should focus on what matters, which is our kids. Some teachers are vowing not to change how they teach, like Brandt Robinson, who teaches history at dunned in high school and is in his 26th year of teaching. I'm not really going to change not only anything that I teach, but I'm not going to change the way I teach about it because I'm really confident that my students understand that it doesn't matter how they feel about a political issue. The most important thing is that they feel valued. Florida school districts are waiting for more detailed guidance from the state, and that could take a while. In the meantime, a number of legal challenges have been filed against the new laws. For NPR news, I'm Carrie Sheridan in Sarasota. This is NPR news. This is doubly NYC. It's morning edition, I'm Michael hill. Today on O'Brien's show, governor Kathy hochul joins to talk about her first year in office and she takes our calls at ten this morning of 93.9 FM. Right now, John shafer has today's giggle art

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The Top 10 Cities With Emerging Housing Markets

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:59 sec | 4 months ago

The Top 10 Cities With Emerging Housing Markets

"The number one city for emerging housing markets yesterday. Elkhart goshen in Indiana. Number two, Burlington, North Carolina. Number three, Johnson City, Tennessee, number four. Fort Wayne Indiana, Indiana doing very well in this study. Number 5, billings Montana. It comes with a snow shovel from Andrew and Todd when you buy a house there. Raleigh, North Carolina kind of makes sense to me. That's number 6. Rapid City South Dakota is number 7. It felt a little bit in the rankings every year, but still that people are moving to Rapid City because it's affordable. North, port, Sarasota, Bradenton, Florida, is an 8th place. Again, we're talking about low cost states, low tax states. Number 9 to pick up Kansas. To pick a Kansas and rounding out the top ten improbably the salia Porterville. Dwayne is looking at me like, this hell yeah, Porterville? Yeah. You ever been to Visalia? I'm not sure that that would be my recommendation to anyone moving out of favor. For about 5 minutes.

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"sarasota" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

05:09 min | 5 months ago

"sarasota" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Com. Jack, I want to ask you about a little bit about Florida as it relates to the country because right now the governor of California is taking on Florida regularly. I know you're aware of the attacks that Gavin Newsom has mounted against governor desantis and hey floridians if you don't feel free, you can flee to California. I don't know that there's a lot of Florida license plates in California these days, but I know there are lots of California license plates in Florida. As acting chair for the Republican Party of Sarasota, Florida, what do you make of a California Democrat governor's attacks on our state? It's a complete act of desperation. If you want, you know, we believe in make America, Florida. And if you want to go to California, take another 20% of your income, put it in taxes, be regulated every way possible. Don't have any freedoms of anything, go to California. But if you want to be part of the real America, come to Florida. You know, I love the way the country looks to Florida as an example of the way things could be. I mean, let's face it under governor desantis leadership, I mean, I had the blessing of moving to Florida and becoming a Florida resident a few years ago and I'm so proud all through the pandemic. I would hear stories horror stories of friends of mine in Chicago in LA in California in New York. It was night and day. It's and here's what's most important, a state like Florida economically has soared over the last couple of years and yet these blue states are in the shore. I'll take our budget surplus growth over Illinois debt in what the obligations, those taxpayers have any day of the week. During especially during season, you'll appreciate this, but it's year round now. I wonder if there's anybody left in the state of Illinois or Michigan because all I see are those license plates driving around Sarasota and elsewhere in Florida. You know, I don't know how they're paying their bills up there anymore because there's nobody left. Okay. Yeah, but we are such a shiny example of what the country can be. And is and, you know, everything from our children, the education, from the budgeting, from our freedoms, just everything, I mean, we're hitting every cylinder, and it's just incredibly part of this. And Jack isn't it fair to say that the left and the Democrats, the beast, as I call it, the media, academia, Hollywood, all of that. They despise governor desantis. Oh, absolutely. They despise, you know, it's amazing, just take something we have our school board races coming up in August. And you would not believe the out of state donations that the democratic candidates are getting. That's how far down that they despise governor desantis and the Republicans and what we're doing to try and continue to improve and make our continue to make our state great is they're throwing money at school boards to try and derail us any way they can because they're failing so badly on a state level and even on a county and a legislative level. I'm so excited for you. I hope you have a great event. I know you will tomorrow and come back and visit with us more often, Jack brill. Barb yoder and the team here at a.m. 9 30, the answer and AMH 70 in Tampa just sing your praises. I know what a great job you guys do and I can't wait to meet you in person, one of these days. Keep fighting the good fight. And again, good luck, have a great event tomorrow. Thanks, Mike, and we look forward to everyone coming out to Sarasota, robots arena tomorrow. Have a great day. Thank you for having me. You bet 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sarasota, GOP, dot com, Jack brill, acting chair for the Republican Party of Sarasota and Bill Buckley incidentally, my friend and colleague, great, great Florida broadcaster and love the guy. He's going to be interviewing a lot of people. From noon to two on a.m. 9 30, the answer. So if you're in and around or you could get it on the app as well, the answer Sarasota dot com, but Bill will be talking to a lot of the local candidates, hopefully governor desantis, senator Rubio, so check out the great Bill bunkley. On air tomorrow, noon to 2 p.m. on a.m. 9 30 the answer. It is true. I had dinner there last weekend, three people came up to the table. Mike, my call, I listen every day. And nobody recognizes me anymore. How we could we could fly. This is your summer. That means 6 flags in the taste of an ice cold Coca-Cola. We're talking thrilling coasters, delicious burgers, real moments together, and this. Coke is summer refreshment when you need it most, so you can hop on another ride or race down a slide at the water park. This is your summer. 6 flags and Coca-Cola. Come make it yours. Visit 6 flags dot com slash Coke to save up to $20 on passes. We can fly.

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"sarasota" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

04:20 min | 5 months ago

"sarasota" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"There's a highway that stretches across the 93 days of summer. Where worship is an offered to the sun. But to the smoking tire, the S curve, and the spin turn. And if you ride it, make sure you do it in a Dodge charger, challenger, or Durango. 'cause on this highway, the lines being blurred are the ones between drivers. And demons, welcome to highway 93, the Dodge is a registered trademark. I was in Sarasota last weekend, had some dinner in boy, every time I go to Sarasota, I'm reminded of what a great community it is and solid Republican, it must be fun to be the acting chair for the Republican Party of Sarasota, Florida. Those are the duties of Jack brill. He's the acting chairman who joins us. He's from longboat key longtime Florida resident, and he's getting ready for a big event in Sarasota at the robards arena. We wanted to invite Jack on the show to talk a little bit about it. How are you, mister chairman? Good Mike, how are you this morning? I'm good to be here. I appreciate you having me on the air. Oh, I can see it. It looks great. People watching on Salem news channel can see the tables, the venue behind you. You're ready for a big event. This is a really big deal. It's the Republican Party of Sarasota and manatee county's candidates rally. I understand that governor desantis, senator Marco Rubio, congressman vern Buchanan, a lot of local candidates all scheduled to appear. It's going to be a big deal. You got to be very excited to have the man who might just be our future president in attendance tomorrow, huh? We're hopeful that everybody makes it. We're excited about it. We've been doing this since senator grutters who's actually the Republican Party of Florida chairman. He was the county chairman years ago. We started off as with a pie rally. And as you know, in Sarasota, we have an Amish community. So we've got the best pies around, so we give everybody a pie. And I think that's the biggest draw, but we have a great lineup of candidates. We actually have over 44 to 46 candidates, everything from the school board county commission, state House, state Senate, all the way up to the state and the federal levels. It will be capped off with senator Rubio at the end. So we're, you know, we expect about 2000 people, doors open at 10 o'clock at robots. You can see in the background, I wanted to show you the area being set up. In the background, all the candidates have boosts the people come by, get all their material. And then up front, the area where they sit to watch the speeches, I'm actually up on the stage. So we're hopeful for 2000 people. We're excited about it. You know, this has been something we've been doing since 2010. And it's just a great way to get everybody together and it's a great way to get the election season kicked off because obviously we get through the primaries and we're united after that. And I did want to comment, we're really excited about your talk about being Sarasota. We have a over almost well over a 50,000 voter registration edge over the Democrats now. Wow. It has grown tremendously. We're adding 7 to 900 Republican registered voters in Sarasota net new voters every month in Sarasota. So I agree with you. It's a great place to be the Republican chairman. Well, and as a conservative as a radio big mouth on a.m. 9 30 answer in Sarasota, it's so funny because when I, when I'm in when I'm in Tampa or saint Pete, it's kind of Mike who, but when I go over to Sarasota, it's like, oh, my Gallagher, I'm 9 30, the answer. We love, we love the station. We love what you're doing. It's so fun to meet people in Sarasota who listen. We've got a great following there and I know you've got a great Republican base. So I'm so excited for you for this big event. The Sarasota manatee county candidates rally, the incidentally, the website for details, Sarasota, GOP dot com and you learn all about the Sarasota Republican Party Republican Party and what they're doing and what Jack brill and his organization are up to, Sarasota, GOP dot com..

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"sarasota" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

05:29 min | 8 months ago

"sarasota" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Portions of the following program may contain pre recorded material. This is your source for breaking news and what to make of it all. This is the Mike Gallagher show. This federal judge's decision came as a surprise. The Biden administration announced that the transportation security administration will no longer enforce the federal mandate requiring mass and all the U.S. airports and foreign aircraft. So this is obviously a disappointing decision. The CDC continues recommending wearing a mask in public transit. Everybody in that White House knows that he's in far worse shape than we even know. No, from the relief factor dot com studios. Here's Mike Gallagher. President Donald Trump wins again. Big victory from a Trump appointed judge this week yesterday, a federal judge here in the Tampa Bay Area has ruled that the CDC mask mandate was unlawful. And now companies are dropping by the wayside all the airlines, Uber, Amtrak, airports, somebody called us and falsely asserted that the Sarasota airport in Sarasota, Florida, was going to extend the mask mandate through mid may. Thanks to ace newsman roger P shulman here at a.m. 8 60, the answer in Tampa Bay. That is false. The Sarasota airport is not requiring masks at Sarasota's Bradenton international airport. They are no longer required there. I apologize for the wrong information. And I do apologize to the Sarasota airport. You know, a caller sometimes they get things wrong. Sometimes people are trolling us, sometimes people just genuinely and innocently get wrong information and they forward it. And I should do a better job of being on my guard against a caller like that. So my apologies to the Sarasota Bradenton international airport. They are not extending the mask mandate. And the left is livid at all of this. You're welcome America. Tampa, Florida based judge, a federal judge, and yes, a Trump appointee, which makes this all the more delicious if it's all the more meaningful and rich, here's a big article from axios, which was classic. The big nightmare that they're worried about is Trump's return. The Democrats are terrified of a Trump return. This is axios and inside the beltway publication. Literally Shane that the big nightmare is the Trump is going to come back and win and they're not going to get anything done. Because they're convinced that the Democrats are going to get wiped out in the midterms, if Trump comes back in 2024, do you know what a Trump led America with Republicans in control in the House and the Senate could potentially accomplish? In this country, do you realize how much policy advancement and achievement and everything we're seeing, everything we're witnessing could be by the loony left, could get fixed. I mean, look at this week with the mask mandate grounded Florida judge Catherine Kimball mazel, striking down the mandate and the whole country now is throwing away the masks. Because that was the last, I mean, everybody else is going to have to follow suit if you don't, you're going to look stupid. You're going to look preposterous. And that's why I got angry when the caller said the Sarasota airport was insisted on sticking. Listen, it doesn't surprise me. It turned out, I'm glad it wasn't true. New York City, they're keeping subways unmasks. It's New York City. And they're clowns, clowns run New York City. Progressives are clowns. They're not serious people. And they don't know what the heck they're doing. So while the rest of the country, look at Philadelphia, clowns run Philadelphia. They don't know what the heck they're doing. So while the country says, goodbye masks and of course, with that goes the caveat, you want to wear a mask wear a mask. You're worried about a loved one who's vulnerable then don't get on a plane. Don't go to a theater. If you're concerned, stay home and we respect that. Nobody should judge you for that. Nobody should judge you for that. But don't judge somebody else who's going to say, I'm getting on a plane. And I ain't gonna wear.

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Correction: Sarasota Airport Is Not Extending Mask Mandate

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:02 min | 8 months ago

Correction: Sarasota Airport Is Not Extending Mask Mandate

"All the airlines, Uber, Amtrak, airports, somebody called us and falsely asserted that the Sarasota airport in Sarasota, Florida, was going to extend the mask mandate through mid may. Thanks to ace newsman roger P shulman here at a.m. 8 60, the answer in Tampa Bay. That is false. The Sarasota airport is not requiring masks at Sarasota's Bradenton international airport. They are no longer required there. I apologize for the wrong information. And I do apologize to the Sarasota airport. You know, a caller sometimes they get things wrong. Sometimes people are trolling us, sometimes people just genuinely and innocently get wrong information and they forward it. And I should do a better job of being on my guard against a caller like that. So my apologies to the Sarasota Bradenton international airport. They are not extending the mask mandate.

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Find out How You Can See Dennis Prager & Mike Gallagher at VIP Event

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:28 min | 9 months ago

Find out How You Can See Dennis Prager & Mike Gallagher at VIP Event

"Exciting stuff happening around this company. The Salem news channel platform keeps expanding. You keep supporting the show and I'm grateful. And of course, I get to work with great people like my dear friend Dennis prager. And coming up Tuesday, march 29th, Dennis is going to be in town. He has his ultimate issues hour on the radio. He's going to do it in person and yours truly is going to introduce him. So if you want to come out and see us both, it's going to be at the Meadows country club in Sarasota, Tuesday, march 29th from four to 6 p.m.. It's a VIP only ultimate issues forum. It'll be an intimate one on one conversation with Dennis, who's as far as I'm concerned, one of the smartest, smartest people on the radio. I'll be there to introduce him to welcome the crowd. We're going to talk about the COVID-19 pandemic, the midterm elections, the Biden administration, that's an exclusive VIP event limited seating is available, get your tickets today. If you want to come join us and again, I'll be there in person to introduce Dennis prager in person Tuesday, march 29th at 4 p.m., for tickets, go to the answer, Sarasota dot com, and you better hurry because these tickets are going fast. The answer, Sarasota, dot com, and you're going to have a great, great time. And I look forward to meeting you in person, along with Dennis prager, love doing stuff with Dennis. I think we're going to have an event in June in the upstate of South Carolina too, more to come.

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Rep. Fiona McFarland on a Proposal to Rein in Big Tech in Florida

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:58 sec | 9 months ago

Rep. Fiona McFarland on a Proposal to Rein in Big Tech in Florida

"With us is Fiona McFarland from the great state of Florida. I'm actually in Florida right now in Sarasota, so I don't know what part of Florida you represent, but we're both in the same state here. And Fiona is the sponsor of a very important bill that I want everyone across the country to keep their eyes on. We love Florida. We love governor desantis. And I love the fact that states are rising up to start to protect their voters and their citizens, especially when it comes to the issue of big tech. So Fiona, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show and walk us through your Bill. I represent Sarasota. So I love that you're caring about this bill. It's an awesome bill. Here's what the bill does. It creates some right to privacy for consumers when they interact with businesses online. So I'll list the list out the rights that we're creating with this bill. We create the right to request what information a company has about you. The right to ask them to delete it. And then the right to opt out of your data being sold or shared. Without your permission.

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Brian Laundrie died of self-inflicted gunshot wound, attorney says

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Brian Laundrie died of self-inflicted gunshot wound, attorney says

"A medical examiner in Florida has determined the cause of death for the boyfriend of slain travel blogger Gabby potato officials say Brian laundry who was found dead last month in a swampy Florida nature preserve shot himself in the head the Sarasota county medical examiner says it was suicide an attorney for his family says Chris and Roberta are still mourning the loss of their son and are hopeful these findings bring closure to both families laundry had been the subject of a manhunt as investigators search for clues in the slaying of his girlfriend Gabby potato in Wyoming during their cross country band trip laundry was named a person of interest in her strangulation death but he wasn't charged a warrant was issued for his use of her bank card after the twenty two year old woman was reported missing hi

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"sarasota" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"sarasota" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

"At the end of the day, there are only a certain amount of tenants within any given market that are looking for that particular unit. So if you have 60 of them and your comp property only has four, they're going to be able to push their rents up more because they don't have as many to offer and they might have maybe more to bedrooms and you have less to bedroom. So maybe your two bedrooms, you can push up more than their other two bedrooms, but I can tell you that is the number one error that I see people making in rent camp analysis is they do not consider the supply on a comparable property versus their subject property. Yeah. And I know a lot of people are thinking, they hear the term absorption and they're thinking, okay, yeah, one bedroom versus two bedroom and they're thinking that makes a huge difference in if you have a 500 unit or a thousand unit property, but is that going to make a big difference if I have a duplex or a four plex or a ten flex, just a quick story, personal story, I live in Sarasota, Florida, which up until about a year and a half ago, I would have described as I'm the youngest person in this city. I mean, very old, older people in Sarasota just to put it nicely. And so most of the houses in Sarasota, Florida, are single-family houses. Very small percentages are two story houses. And the reason for that is because when you sell a house, there's a much higher percentage that you're going to sell a house to an older person or an older couple. And they're not going to want steps because they're getting older and they're just going to want everything on a single floor. And so it was very easy to buy two story houses in Sarasota up until about a year and a half ago about a year ago, my wife and I decided we need more space and we bought a two story house and it's the same thing actually you were talking about with absorption. We knew that it would be more difficult to sell this house because they're not very desirable. But we determined that there were a lot of people starting to move to Florida. A lot of families were starting to move to Florida, including Sarasota, and we hypothesized that over the next year or two, we would start to see a rise in values for these two story houses. We bought one of the few two story houses in our area about a year ago and over the last year, we've seen prices go up literally nearly a $1 million per unit because of the absorption change in the market. And so yeah, when we talk about absorption, oftentimes we're thinking in terms of very large properties that have dozens or hundreds of units. But even on a small scale absorption is important and what we're finding is we own a bunch of single-family rentals down here are two story rentals are now we're seeing rent increases much higher than we're seeing in our single story rentals down here for that same reason. So yeah, that absorption is important. Even when you have a smaller number of units, maybe even down to the single-family size. Let's talk a little bit about finding deals because in this market, whether you're in single-family, multi-family, self storage, mobile home parks, notes, whatever you're doing, finding deals is the challenge that we're facing. And so I know we're all doing kind of big deals, but let's kind of put ourselves in the shoes of.

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Lawyer: Initial autopsy inconclusive on Laundrie death cause

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Lawyer: Initial autopsy inconclusive on Laundrie death cause

"More research is needed to find the cause of death of Brian laundry the initial autopsy on the remains are Brian laundry did not uncover a cause of his death and a more intensive examination will be done the laundries attorney said in text messages Monday that he was told by police the autopsy by the Sarasota county medical examiner did not produce concrete results so laundries remains were sent to an anthropologist laundry was the subject of a manhunt for more than a month as investigators search for clues in the slaying of his girlfriend Gabby Patino I'm Shelley Adler

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Rep. Steve Chabot Presses AG Merrick Garland on Alleged School Board 'Violence'

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 1 year ago

Rep. Steve Chabot Presses AG Merrick Garland on Alleged School Board 'Violence'

"Now let us continue with this hearing today at the House judiciary Everybody wants to talk about the January 6th committee That is a fraudulent committee Fill with never trumpers and American marxists I don't mind the Department of Justice going after violent rioters Why would I pose that I've never opposed that What I mine is the way people are being treated who weren't violent rioters and this rogue Nancy Pelosi Soviet style committee where everybody's made up their mind Now they're just throwing subpoenas everywhere and trying to jail people They don't like That's the world list Cheney wants for America I guess Now Steve chabot here he is also going back and forth with that Steve schopen with Merrick Garland cut 6 go So mister attorney general let me ask you this According to the Sarasota Herald tribune one example of a so called terrorist incident was apparent Nearly questioning whether school board members had earned their high school diplomas Now that might have been rude but does that seem like an act of domestic terrorism that you or your Justice Department ought to be investigating Absolutely not And I want to be clear that Justice Department supports and defends the First Amendment right of parents to complain as vociferously as they wish No no you don't Because the letter that you put out that memo that you put out was intended to chill speech It had no other purpose

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Human remains found in Florida confirmed to be Brian Laundrie

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Human remains found in Florida confirmed to be Brian Laundrie

"Authorities say it was the body of van traveler Brian laundry that was located in the Florida nature preserve Wednesday the FBI says dental records were used to identify the remains found at a Florida wilderness park in Sarasota county twenty three year old Bryan Lantry had been named a person of interest in the disappearance of his fiancee Gabby potato during a cross country road trip her body was found in September in Wyoming after he returned home to Florida without her laundry was reported missing September fourteenth his remains a backpack and notebook were found in a swampy area that had been under water during earlier searches it's not clear how he died a coroner says Gabby potato died of strangulation several

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Lawyer: Items linked to Brian Laundrie found in Florida park

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Lawyer: Items linked to Brian Laundrie found in Florida park

"There's word of developments in the search for Bryan laundry who was reported missing on September fourteenth he's a person of interest in the killing of his girlfriend Gabby potato laundry family attorney Stephen bird Lino told the AP that items believed to belong to Brian laundry were found in a Florida wilderness park as the search continues for clues in the slaying of Gabby potato news reports showed numerous law enforcement vehicles arriving at tents set up inside the woods laundries parents took part in the search with the FBI and police from north port Florida today it's been more than a month since laundry was reported missing brit Lino told the AP that after a brief search off the trail that brain frequented some articles belonging to him were found the Sarasota county medical examiner's office confirmed they've been summoned to the reserve it wouldn't comment further the Tampa F. B. I. says that an FBI evidence response team is processing the scene I'm Jennifer king

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Noted Restaurateur Buddy Foy Jr. Ditches New York for the Perks of Florida

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Noted Restaurateur Buddy Foy Jr. Ditches New York for the Perks of Florida

"About the challenges that you're facing right now. Let's go back to the small. The the entrepreneur like you i mean you and i share a similar path. In terms of this we go back and forth between florida and new york. New york taxes chased me out. I mean they crushed me. And i thought i'm not doing this anymore. I love florida living. So i'm blessed to be able to to sort of live in both places. Most of the time in florida part time in new york. I know you had that similar journey. Let's talk about that path that you took a little bit like i did. The path is a little faster than i thought it would be. Cova expediate are florida. My wife and i we. We had an internet business in new jersey service in the fashion industry. Plus clients three hundred employees eccentric such a board meetings and eventually exited. That business ended up in lake. George boat-landing on lake. George start at the restaurant and frankly we wanted the ski. Snowmobile have some fun and as our kids started getting into the college age we said. Hey why don't we start doing part time in florida part time in florida. Which was my parents. Did the same thing they own a restaurant cates tiny garden right up the street from my restaurant new york and we like we kind of envy. My parents lifestyle where they spent three or four months a year in florida so cove cova we end up there for a couple months on the announced our plans and we fell in love with it and next thing you now we got shut down here in new york. So the governor of new york forced our hand where we were really nervous about our future restaurant owners and people who love employing people like we love giving jobs and when the santa's had a a press conference hey every jobs essential through. That's all i needed to hear. That's all and every detail of obsessive book. I think he will do the tv rate at me. You can open a restaurant in florida so we reached out to the community members. My brother happens to live in sarasota. He got involved in next. You know he was a partner with us at the at the anna maria island location. We found it we partners and in sixty days we had a business now if a business

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"sarasota" Discussed on Cheine On

Cheine On

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"sarasota" Discussed on Cheine On

"Let that electricity go through you'll literally in time catch on fire and fucking go crazy so you either have your own demons that will keep you up at night. That will make you say shit. I missed out on an entire life or you have that flip side of the people that may criticize. You may be envious all that kind of stuff and when you're not doing this thing of the possible worry of people criticizing and all that kind of stuff is so heavy and loud and the reverberate that is so nuts you start doing it and you realize that actually the real battle is that that force inside you. That says you can't do it. That says stop. Give it up all that stuff that becomes like the primary battle and these things where people might be envious and stuff that she kind of like dissolves. Oh that's like the thought that now pops up once a week whereas this thought of like worthlessness or not good enough or not creating good enough. Or i'm actually an impostor enough. Maybe i'm not really a good musician. That's the shit that that's the shit that haunts you from five. Am until one a m you know. And that's where the real battle kind of shifts to. That's the cool part about getting started on any of these kind of like ventures and all that kind of stuff i mean have you ever Read or listen to the book Were of art dude. All after this. I'll i'll show you a link to the audio book. I'm telling you when you're driving back sarasota tonight put that shit on and especially because you're an artist like pretty much through and through your from the fucking first words that book you're going to be like. Oh yes dude this. This guy wrote this for me. Yeah it's nuts lore of art art different from the art of war backwards. It's backwards dude. It is one of the best books ever especially when you're when you're making stuff because it talks about this force called resistance and it's that that voice in your head that tells you stop give it up you're fraud or tells you like before you go to work out. Do eat. just just eat ill. Something like cookies are fine. You're going to be fine if you these cookies. Bring go workout. it's that self sabotage that comes into play. It's the it's the worry of the envy of other people are the jealousy or it's created on your mind when it doesn't even exist and it makes all that shit for you. Yes you like. do you. Battle with any of this stuff is any of that. Come to mind when you're doing art all the time really all the time all the time all the time definitely getting better at it. Yeah how do you how do you. How do you deal with the. How do you work through that. And just get past it..

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"sarasota" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"sarasota" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Hillsborough and Sarasota County school districts put a mask mandate in place. Masks are still optional in Pasco, but that didn't stop a group of parents from taking control of the public comments section of Tuesday's board meeting. Some spoke in favour while some were opposed. We all have the right to make the choice. If you want to wear a mask, wear a mask. If you don't, don't I believe Putting masks on Children. Is child abuse. However, the question of a mandate was not on the school board's agenda. Superintendent Kurt Browning made it clear the district will continue to follow the state's guidelines. After a major pushback from the medical community, the Polk County Commission has backed off its plan to encourage Governor de Santas to allow more treatments of ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine for covid. Florida Department of Health officials accused Commissioner Neil Cumbia of encouraging a wild West mentality when it comes to drugs and Lakeland. Dr. Daniel Hate, says he would tell his patients the truth about those medicines. I would sit down into the patient. Talk to him about these studies. I would say I personally wouldn't prescribe because I don't feel that's going to benefit. The American Medical Association has called for an immediate end to the use of Ivor Mactan, which is used as a de worming drug in animal animals and poison control centers have reported an increase in ivermectin related calls. Man who held his ex girlfriend and another man hostage was shot to death by Pinellas County deputies. 33 year old hosts weigh areas broke into a home in the 2100 block of Indigo Drive in the Greenbrier neighborhood in Clearwater. Both victims were able to get away. But police chief Dan Slaughter says areas eventually walked outside and appeared to be scoping the area where deputies were located. Now, there was at some point.

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"sarasota" Discussed on Ante Up Poker Magazine

Ante Up Poker Magazine

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"sarasota" Discussed on Ante Up Poker Magazine

"Have just been cooped up at home and just wanna play tournaments right and so these daily tournaments for two hundred bucks are perfect for him and there's going to be one of those guys that might tell you what the bounty super nice guy who was just having a blast talking about how good play poker wasn't a particularly skilled player but he was having a lot of fun playing and that's you know that's great so tournament and somebody got knocked out. He stood up. Thanked us rap the table night. And he's like now. Do i go to the cage to get my bounding. Oh so of course gig. Older like no. That's not how it works. The guy that just knocked you out. Who's knocked out ninety seven people already in the first level. Get your bounty. But maybe what an interesting tournament structure. Where the only person doesn't any bally's is the guy who wins. Well what do you mean like. Oh no you couldn't do that. How do we hold even your your whole you buy two hundred. You're not gonna lose two hundred. I think some weird poker psychology. It's a stupid idea. i know who would think. Hey hey lisa. Thank get knocked down. Get fifty bucks back. If i win. I don't get fifty bucks backs him win. A thousand on top. There's no money on top. I mean well. I guess you'd have to. Yeah oh man because at fifty bucks makes up a large part of the price bull. I remember we used to play down at sarasota..

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"sarasota" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"sarasota" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Right and we talked about it. Yesterday i had a bet with a friend of mine. He said all the media will be all over these rallies and they'll be all kinds of coverage because the media needs trump for ratings. I said nope they will ignore his rallies. They'll ignore his visit to the border. They'll ignore his speeches. And as i understand it. And i apologize that i i was on vacation so i kind of missed the coverage but we went back and i had my team check it out. There wasn't much much coverage of his speech in sarasota last. Was it last saturday night. Now that's the number. I've heard from a lot of people here. In the tampa bay saint pete sarasota area. Forty thousand forty thousand people went to see donald trump on a saturday night in sarasota florida. The other day. Joe biden couldn't draw forty people during the campaign. The guy that never left his basement and when he did leave his basement he had eleven people in a parking lot. Weekly honking their horns at him. You know the old remember those rally aung aung. He's stumbling around up there with a mask. On trump gets forty thousand people the other day. That's what democrats are afraid of. That's why they need to weaponize january six. That's why they're d platforming people like mike. Lindell my buddy mike. Lindell the found the inventor my pillow. What a great story..

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"sarasota" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"sarasota" Discussed on KOMO

"Other in Sarasota. Both stopped flights last night theme parks that try to adjust as well. Epcot Center is canceled its fireworks show and Busch Gardens closed early. President Biden is set to meet with security leaders today about how to stop the wave of ransomware attacks that includes the Justice Department, State Department and Homeland Security. The White House has finalized in a strategy on how to respond to such attacks. We've heard a lot about the delta variant of Covid 19, which is spreading in this country. But what about the Lambda variant? Dr Simone Wilds, Infectious diseases physician at South Shore, Healthy in Massachusetts is on our Cuomo Newsline. What do we need to know about the lambda variant of Covid doctor? Good morning. So the Lambda there in just a quick background, um, first detected in Peru, um, now seen commonly in a lot of the South American countries. Another name for the land of errant is C 37. Right now, you know, the Lambda Variant is considered a variant of interests, which means, you know, it's more transmissible than the original strain. However, it is not gotten to the case where it has caused severe illness. Quite unlike the Delta variant, which is a variant off concerns, so just a little distinction that people need to be aware of variant of interest, various variants of concern. Tell me what your feelings are about this delta variant as it spreads across this country. Is this something we should all be very careful about. Well, you know, the big focus is for those individuals that are on vaccinated. So I think Greg for those of the individuals that are vaccinated, not so much a major concern. I think it's those that are on vaccinated that we have big concerns. Which is why we're really trying to get that group of individuals who have not yet been vaccinated to try and go ahead and get vaccinated as soon as they can. Have those vaccines Ben, effective against the land of area. Good news. Right now. They have been effective and there's still more studies ongoing. But for right now we know that the vaccines have been effective against the Lambda and also all the other variants. So for those that are on the fence, whether or not and the vaccines work against his parents, the answer is absolutely yes. And so we want to try to get you vaccinated. Real quickly. What? What would you say to the people that have decided they will not get vaccinated, and they also will not wear a mask and they won't take other precautions. Greg. I mean, it really has been difficult to have some of these conversations because even though you try to prevent facts, even though you try to present the impact of what Covid can do, um Immediate and also long term effects mean it really is a challenge, and I wish I had an easy answer. It's the saddest part for me is when you see people dying from Covid when this could have been prevented. And so you know, I try to do everything I can to Relate everything but sometimes some people just have made that decision. And it really is heartbreaking for me when you can prevent a death from Covid, because we now have vaccines that can really help us. Doctor. Nice to chat with you again this morning. Thank you. Dr Simone Weil's infectious diseases physician at South Shore Health in Massachusetts. Come on his time. 5 50. Now.

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"sarasota" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"sarasota" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"What happened to John and a Sarasota restaurant. In a moment, but a couple of being holding about this nine year old girl Pepper spray, John, You got a chance to watch the body cam video a couple of times during the break. I'm still in the midst of it. It's 12 minutes. It's 12 minutes, and it's of they just released in a short time ago. The one thing you don't grasp in the video is how just it completely dysfunctional. The entire situation is the mom is is completely on hand. She's wanting to beat the hell out of her kid in front of the police. The police eventually have to take the kid away. The mom is Also in the videos, seemingly threatening the neighbors who are coming out like this young girl is in a terrible situation. When the daughter when the daughters like I hate my mom, the moms like I wish you f in, would you? I mean, it's it is a just Don't sleep on how completely dysfunctional this entire thing is outside of what you see in that video that doesn't make any of it right. It's just it's a little different than girl threatens to kill family and then she's pepper sprayed. It is a complete s show from beginning to end. When these police officers show up. Did anybody get pepper sprayed other than the nine year old girl does not look like this. Because you fail. Mom wants to beat the kid in the cops eventually say you have to go away if you want our help, but you've got to go away. So I mean, the mom at some point seems like she was on the cusp of being arrested herself. 7 to 75791025. I can't disagree with what Randy Hahn said on Twitter, which is if you can't Sorry. Not sorry. But if you can't control a handcuffed nine year old, you need to rethink what you're doing with your life. There's no situation where Ah handcuff nine year old. Should have to be pepper sprayed in the face. Drew gotta live alone. Who are you? Yeah. Hello. The officers have been suspended breaking news as a 506 p m three minutes ago. Thesis. The officers have been suspended in this case, which is not surprising. I mean, yeah, Go ahead, sir. Hello? Yes. Go ahead, sir. Hey. Yeah. Someone made a comment on that. All right? And that Z Listen to what you say. And I mean it. I'm a big supporter of of law enforcement. Both the bullet But the police. You know, every brand nine year old girl that was definitely uncalled for, And they deserve the suspended the mother. It's a nine year old girl. You can't control your Children. Well, this lady clearly doesn't have a firm grip on power. Ending it or a healthy relationship with her kids, Right, John? I mean, it's bad. It's bad, and I would I can't speak for things I don't see. But if you ask me to bet money on it, this this girl was being abused by her mother based on the things she's saying to her in this video, it's a safe assumption. Oh, yeah, absolutely. And I mean she needs to be You know, taking out of that situation so that that little girl can have a life? Let's get some help. Like what? And I'm not. I'm not trying to claim that. I know every detail. But let's just if it is, as it seems, this girl living in a miserable life where her mother treats her like crap threatens to beat her up. Maybe even beats her up finally breaks to the point. Where she's threatening to fight back and kill her mom or kill herself. A blatant cry for help is responded with pepper sprayed in the face. I mean it when you when you try to paint a picture like that, it's even even more tragic than it seems. Law enforcement. Let her down for sure. Absolutely. I mean, your mother needs to be sprayed in the face with Mace and see how she likes it. There you go. Well, thank you. I appreciate the call today. I love the show. Guys, Listen every day. Thanks, buddy. Appreciate that 7 to 75791025. You gotta live alone. Who are you? I am. Mark. How you doing, Mark? Pleasure to meet you, John. And you're in the afternoons were great. Yeah, I love the show. Guys, listen every day and appreciate the opportunity to share my thoughts, and I'm kind of somewhere in the middle of that, all right. It's not a big tae, because there could have been a better way. You know them spraying the girl in the face. I've been sprayed willingly with pepper spray and Get over it. It sucks, but you get over it. You're not nine. Like the other e don't think maybe something positive can come from this. You know, Um, you know, they send kids to jail scare him straight. Maybe this is an opportunity to have something positive Come out of it. We'll take her out of the home that that last part. Taking her out of the home, I think is the right part. She seems like a girl who's struggling with some mental issues, possibly as a result of being Physically or emotionally abused or tortured, But But when a nine year old girl is threatening to kill her mom and kill herself, you're you're dealing with a very fragile psyche of a young lady and you've got to get her out of there and get her the help that she needs. I agree with the previous caller. Maybe Mom should have got a little too, though I'd be hard pressed, not tol spray. A mom is threatening to kill her nine year old kid. Well, and they would have. They would have been ah or beater. They would have probably appeased the daughter a little bit and calm her down like Hey, will you get in the car if we spray your mom in the face with pepper spray? Once they get her in cuffs in the back of the car, like Look, if you'll stop kicking our windows out, will spread your mom five times in the face with pepper spray, and we'll make it look like an accident. She'll be okay. She'll come right down to gotta live below. Hi. Okay. Great. Thank you. What's your name? Family stuff, at least a pleasure to meet you, John Andrew in the afternoons. It's great to talk to you. I saw too many, many, many, many years ago, back in the nineties, but anyway car memory with a nine year old, it was pepper straight. I think a major part of this issue is that over the years, so much has been given to police officers..

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"sarasota" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"sarasota" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"When it comes to getting the kids back in schools. The CDC has come out with a new report that might be shocking the sun but for most of you, you might be saying Yeah, We know we've been telling you this for months now and the CDC coming out with that We'll get to that story in a minute. But I want to talk about all the excitement around the area Bay area say Pete Tampa Lay, you know, north of Tampa, south of ST Pete and Sarasota. There's just so much excitement coming out in the Bay Area with Super Bowl the big game here on Sunday. What are you doing for the big game? 809 699352. Are you going to go to some of the events where there's gonna be some people? Maybe even though it's safer. To go there because, you know there's gonna be mass and hand sanitizer. Maybe you're staying away from all the festivities and just celebrated again home throughout the week as a box fan will take your calls 809 69935 to want to talk about the economic impact on the areas well, but let's go toe alleys and Tampa more now. Good morning, There's gonna be some great Super Bowl parties. There's going to be one of the blue smoke. Cigar shop on A terrible road and us 19 right there. They're gonna have lots of food. People are going to bring the food and you just buy a cigar to support the local shop. Yes. Great. Thank you. That there is another one saying Pete called ST Pete Cigars, and it's on 58th Street. And people bring a lot of food over their wings, Chicken wings pizza on and they hang around. And once again, you gotta buy a cigar to help support these.

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"sarasota" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:42 min | 2 years ago

"sarasota" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"It's Jamie is in Sarasota, Florida. Hi, Jamie. How are you doing? Well, how are you and John doing? Great. How can we help? Guys when they go straight to the point. I'm 38. Married. Have a child one underway. Yea progress, baby. I know. Thank you Hit baby Step six. Um, we are all on our mortgage 13,000. We have about 27,000 in savings, So we're going to pay that bad boy pretty soon today in the next like in the next life few hours, right? Congrats. So, yes. Um, so I have a two part question with that background. Um, uh, number one. First and foremost, this is not our forever home. In fact, we're probably going to be here. Probably another two AM assuming 23 years, tops before my job moves me again on I'm wondering first and foremost. Should I invest into this home say, like gutters and fences and all that. And my second part to this question is that now that the home is going to be paid off Now, like Hmm. Okay, Well, now, what is you, Max out all retirement and you begin to save outside of that towards your next purchase, And I've been doing this show coming up on 30 years. It's only in about the last five years that I've heard the phrase forever home. Because most people know there's no such thing. You will never have a forever home. You're only forever home is heaven because no matter where you move, you're going to move again. You're not going to stay your life changes your face of life changes and everything else. So anyway, it's It's just not a house. You're gonna stay in and you're gonna move in the next 2 to 3 years. That's awesome. That's cool. So what? What repairs or enhancements do you do to it? Once there two types, ones that are small enough that you can live up the enjoyment? In other words, whatever you spend if you spend a you got two little babies and you spend a couple 1000 bucks on a fence in the backyard, and it helps. You know that you little babies play in the backyard or safe and not running that wild out in the neighborhood or something. Then that's probably worth that. Even if the fence doesn't have value to the house, okay? So that that's one type of thing you would do. You know what? Just a small enough investment that when you move, you just burned that money. And it was just for the good of the three years of enjoyment. Okay, the second. That type of thing you would do is you would talk to and the LP or one of our real estate endorsed local providers. And just say, Okay, I'm thinking of spending this on the kitchen Playing has been $7000 in the kitchen in a house That's worth X. Do you think I'll get my money back? I don't think so. Well, you might mean something's your mind how bad you're catching it. Okay? But, you know, does it increase the value dollar for dollar? You know more than you're spending doesn't mean if you spend 7000 increases the value the home 10. That's probably a good thing, right? So you would do those kinds of things that increase the value equal to the thing you want to do. Our morning, especially if it's more you would do some stuff like that. So gutter sounds like normal repairs that should have already been done. We've been here in the house for about two plus years. So, Yeah, that was probably gonna be my next project E mean, if the roof is leaking, you gotta do that, regardless because it's just to repair has to be done. Yeah, right. I mean, we thought the house brand new So we weren't you know, does it need cutters after three years if it was brand new Well, that's really what I'm asking is like Is it even worth investing in now? Why does it not have gutters? We just didn't come with gutters. If they, uh, they don't put anybody on blast here. But it's a, um, I said that home the type of home you bought at the price range of all just did that The standard model didn't have gutters, okay? So then the question question. Ask yourself if you get a bit on gutters and you ask yourself in my increasing the value of the home by that, or am I going to get enjoyment of that much either one. The good news is guttering on the basic guttering system or something like that a continuous flow. They bring the trucks out. It's a pretty cool thing they do. It's not very expensive, eh, So it's not. It's not a super high. Item. But my guess is you bought a neighborhood that know that some have gotten, so it's not like it's devalue in the house and let's just causing damage or something else. So you just gotta look at all that and just kind of go. Okay. Is this a repair? It should be done anyway. Are my doing something that's not done in the neighborhood unexamined? Well, an extreme example would be if there are no swimming pools in your neighborhood. And you put in a swimming pool. You're gonna lose 80% of the money you spent on that It is not going to increase the value of the home but about 20% of the cost. And so most of that you got to a lot of swimming in three years. Come up, you know to make to make that make sense, right? You're gonna be out there every day, so otherwise, it just didn't make sense. But that's that's the thing. You look at his am I increasing the value more. Or at least as much as I am spending Jakes in Atlanta. Hi, Jake. How are you? Good. How you doing? Did great man. What's up? Right. And I, er here we have just a couple questions about, like next step. So we've been following your plans for several years. Um, let us to being debt free in 2019 Wait account was thank you, which was good timing, considering 2020 happened right after that. So, uh, currently where we stand? I'm in the film industry. My wife is a marketing director for a real estate company. Um, so our income fluctuates from time to time. You know, there's years that are Really, really good two years that are, you know, decently. Well, the bills paid and we have a little bit of extra stating probably having a great year and you're not. Yeah. Yeah, basically all could, but I was on unemployment. Um, so that kind of threw obviously big wrench in our plans Because we were looking to buy home Come February of last year, we actually found out we were pregnant. So we have a brand new daughter, Right? Was born in October. Um and we are stuck in a one bedroom loft right now. So the space is very tight, but we have On definitely the best we possibly can..

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