35 Burst results for "Six Weeks Ago"

Beijing locks down more people in China's 'zero-COVID' fight

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

Beijing locks down more people in China's 'zero-COVID' fight

"Authorities authorities authorities authorities in in in in Beijing Beijing Beijing Beijing restricting restricting restricting restricting more more more more residents residents residents residents to to to to their their their their homes homes homes homes in in in in analysis analysis analysis analysis three three three three week week week week long long long long effort effort effort effort to to to to control control control control a a a a small small small small but but but but persistent persistent persistent persistent could could could could nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen up up up up break break break break in in in in the the the the Chinese Chinese Chinese Chinese capital capital capital capital seven seven seven adjoining adjoining adjoining areas areas areas in in in the the the cities cities cities thank thank thank K. K. K. district district district could could could be be be designated designated designated lockdowns lockdowns lockdowns ovens ovens ovens for for for at at at least least least one one one week week week the the the areas areas areas near near near a a a wholesale wholesale wholesale food food food market market market that that that was was was closed closed closed indefinitely indefinitely indefinitely on on on Saturday Saturday Saturday following following following the the the discovery discovery discovery of of of a a a curve curve curve in in in nineteen nineteen nineteen cost cost cost of of of that that that he he he added added added restrictions restrictions restrictions come come come as as as Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai slowly slowly slowly starts starts starts to to to ease ease ease a a a city city city wide wide wide lockdown lockdown lockdown that's that's that's trapped trapped trapped most most most of of of its its its population population population for for for more more more than than than six six six weeks weeks weeks between between between breaks breaks breaks in in in Beijing Beijing Beijing and and and Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai the the the focused focused focused attention attention attention on on on whether whether whether China China China consisting consisting consisting it's it's it's strict strict strict zero zero zero covert covert covert approach approach approach I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles de de de Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma

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Average US gasoline price drops 3 cents to $4.24 a gallon

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

Average US gasoline price drops 3 cents to $4.24 a gallon

"Gas gas gas gas prices prices prices prices might might might might be be be be falling falling falling falling but but but but it's it's it's it's certainly certainly certainly certainly not not not not enough enough enough enough for for for for drivers drivers drivers drivers the the the the price price price price at at at at the the the the pump pump pump pump trickle trickle trickle trickle down down down down a a a a bit bit bit bit again again again again gasoline gasoline gasoline gasoline prices prices prices prices are are are are down down down down three three three three cents cents cents cents in in in in the the the the past past past past two two two two weeks weeks weeks weeks so so so so the the the the average average average average for for for for regular regular regular regular greatest greatest greatest greatest for for for for twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four this this this this makes makes makes makes a a a a total total total total drop drop drop drop of of of of nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen cents cents cents cents over over over over the the the the past past past past six six six six weeks weeks weeks weeks plus plus plus plus you'll you'll you'll you'll price price price price analyst analyst analyst analyst trilby trilby trilby trilby Lundberg Lundberg Lundberg Lundberg says says says says those those those those small small small small dips dips dips dips in in in in the the the the price price price price could could could could be be be be done done done done for for for for now now now now for for for for one one one one thing thing thing thing retailers retailers retailers retailers lost lost lost lost a a a a big big big big chunk chunk chunk chunk of of of of their their their their business business business business margin margin margin margin in in in in this this this this period period period period and and and and also also also also consumers consumers consumers consumers seem seem seem seem to to to to be be be be showing showing showing showing some some some some price price price price resistance resistance resistance resistance while while while while the the the the lowest lowest lowest lowest average average average average in in in in the the the the country country country country was was was was three three three three seventy seventy seventy seventy in in in in Tulsa Tulsa Tulsa Tulsa the the the the highest highest highest highest was was was was San San San San Francisco Francisco Francisco Francisco five five five five seventy seventy seventy seventy one one one one a a a a gallon gallon gallon gallon I'm I'm I'm I'm Shelley Shelley Shelley Shelley Adler Adler Adler Adler

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Cheers, fear as judge strikes down U.S. transit mask mandate

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 10 months ago

Cheers, fear as judge strikes down U.S. transit mask mandate

"Airlines airlines airlines airlines and and and and airports airports airports airports begin begin begin begin dropping dropping dropping dropping mask mask mask mask requirements requirements requirements requirements after after after after a a a a federal federal federal federal judge judge judge judge voided voided voided voided the the the the by by by by did did did did administration administration administration administration mass mass mass mass transit transit transit transit mask mask mask mask mandate mandate mandate mandate Monday Monday Monday Monday but but but but not not not not all all all all transportation transportation transportation transportation is is is is on on on on board board board board please please please do do do your your your cars cars cars at at at a a a Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn subway subway subway station station station are are are massed massed massed up up up because because because the the the mandate mandate mandate for for for public public public transportation transportation transportation here here here still still still stands stands stands and and and that's that's that's just just just fine fine fine with with with Cooper Cooper Cooper cling cling cling is is is wearing wearing wearing a a a mask mask mask is is is a a a community community community event event event not not not individual individual individual so so so you you you feel feel feel like like like you you you have have have to to to wear wear wear I I I I I I I I I I I I feel feel feel like like like it's it's it's my my my responsibility responsibility responsibility where where where those those those calls calls calls as as as dropping dropping dropping the the the plane plane plane mass mass mass mandate mandate mandate is is is not not not something something something she's she's she's happy happy happy about about about I'm I'm I'm going going going to to to Stanford Stanford Stanford but but but with with with my my my master master master and and and double double double up up up to to to I I I was was was wrapped wrapped wrapped up up up in in in a a a lord lord lord DS DS DS sums sums sums up up up what what what many many many may may may be be be feeling feeling feeling I I I think think think it it it was was was exhausted exhausted exhausted and and and maybe maybe maybe every every every six six six weeks weeks weeks eight eight eight weeks weeks weeks we we we always always always have have have something something something new new new unfolding unfolding unfolding with with with as as as far far far as as as mandates mandates mandates are are are stable stable stable state state state mandates mandates mandates that that that a a a separate separate separate and and and then then then just just just walking walking walking around around around and and and seeing seeing seeing different different different ways ways ways that that that it's it's it's handled handled handled so so so I I I think think think everybody's everybody's everybody's just just just trying trying trying to to to look look look at at at them them them at at at the the the Prospect Prospect Prospect Park Park Park subway subway subway station station station in in in Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyn New New New York York York I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker

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Idaho Supreme Court temporarily blocks new abortion law

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 10 months ago

Idaho Supreme Court temporarily blocks new abortion law

"The the the the Idaho Idaho Idaho Idaho Supreme Supreme Supreme Supreme Court Court Court Court temporarily temporarily temporarily temporarily blocked blocked blocked blocked a a a a new new new new state state state state law law law law that that that that would would would would ban ban ban ban abortions abortions abortions abortions after after after after about about about about six six six six weeks weeks weeks weeks and and and and allow allow allow allow the the the the law law law law to to to to be be be be enforced enforced enforced enforced through through through through lawsuits lawsuits lawsuits lawsuits Idaho Idaho Idaho Idaho last last last last month month month month became became became became the the the the first first first first state state state state to to to to enact enact enact enact legislation legislation legislation legislation modeled modeled modeled modeled after after after after the the the the Texas Texas Texas Texas statute statute statute statute banning banning banning banning abortions abortions abortions abortions after after after after about about about about six six six six weeks weeks weeks weeks the the the the ruling ruling ruling ruling from from from from Idaho's Idaho's Idaho's Idaho's High High High High Court Court Court Court in in in in a a a a lawsuit lawsuit lawsuit lawsuit brought brought brought brought by by by by Planned Planned Planned Planned Parenthood Parenthood Parenthood Parenthood means means means means the the the the new new new new law law law law won't won't won't won't go go go go into into into into effect effect effect effect as as as as planned planned planned planned on on on on April April April April twenty twenty twenty twenty second second second second the the the the state state state state Supreme Supreme Supreme Supreme Court Court Court Court instructed instructed instructed instructed both both both both sides sides sides sides to to to to file file file file further further further further brief brief brief brief says says says says it it it it considers considers considers considers the the the the case case case case last last last last month month month month Republican Republican Republican Republican governor governor governor governor Brad Brad Brad Brad little little little little signed signed signed signed into into into into law law law law the the the the measure measure measure measure that that that that would would would would have have have have allowed allowed allowed allowed people people people people who who who who would would would would have have have have been been been been family family family family members members members members to to to to sue sue sue sue doctors doctors doctors doctors who who who who perform perform perform perform abortions abortions abortions abortions after after after after cardiac cardiac cardiac cardiac activity activity activity activity is is is is detected detected detected detected in in in in embryos embryos embryos embryos but but but but when when when when he he he he signed signed signed signed it it it it little little little little said said said said he he he he had had had had concerns concerns concerns concerns about about about about whether whether whether whether the the the the law law law law was was was was constitutional constitutional constitutional constitutional I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker

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Peskov: Russia has suffered "significant losses of troops"

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Peskov: Russia has suffered "significant losses of troops"

"The the the the Kremlin Kremlin Kremlin Kremlin spokesman spokesman spokesman spokesman says says says says Russia Russia Russia Russia has has has has suffered suffered suffered suffered a a a a major major major major troop troop troop troop casualties casualties casualties casualties during during during during its its its its six six six six week week week week a a a a military military military military operation operation operation operation in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Dmitry Dmitry Dmitry Dmitry Peskov Peskov Peskov Peskov told told told told Sky Sky Sky Sky News News News News that that that that yes yes yes yes we we we we have have have have significant significant significant significant losses losses losses losses of of of of troops troops troops troops and and and and it's it's it's it's a a a a huge huge huge huge tragedy tragedy tragedy tragedy for for for for us us us us Peskov Peskov Peskov Peskov also also also also hinted hinted hinted hinted the the the the fighting fighting fighting fighting might might might might be be be be over over over over in in in in the the the the foreseeable foreseeable foreseeable foreseeable future future future future telling telling telling telling the the the the broadcast broadcast broadcast broadcast of of of of Russian Russian Russian Russian troops troops troops troops were were were were doing doing doing doing their their their their best best best best to to to to bring bring bring bring an an an an end end end end to to to to that that that that operation operation operation operation after after after after failing failing failing failing to to to to take take take take Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's capital capital capital capital Russia Russia Russia Russia has has has has shifted shifted shifted shifted its its its its focus focus focus focus to to to to the the the the dorm dorm dorm dorm bus bus bus bus a a a a mostly mostly mostly mostly Russian Russian Russian Russian speaking speaking speaking speaking industrial industrial industrial industrial region region region region in in in in eastern eastern eastern eastern Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine where where where where Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow backed backed backed backed rebels rebels rebels rebels have have have have been been been been fighting fighting fighting fighting Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian forces forces forces forces for for for for eight eight eight eight years years years years and and and and control control control control some some some some areas areas areas areas I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor this this this this month month month month

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Virus Outbreak-Alabama Vax Intro and wrap

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Virus Outbreak-Alabama Vax Intro and wrap

"Hopes are fading in accounting in Alabama for a late surge in new coronavirus vaccinations nurse Jordan Ledbetter keeps a hand written log of vaccinations in Marion County Alabama sheriffs are at the amount of vaccines I gave that day there are a lot of zeroes on that log there have been days where I haven't given any vaccines in a county of roughly thirty thousand people only fourteen showed up at the health department for an initial vaccines during the first six weeks of the year I was really hoping that the start of covered that we had a few weeks ago would increase vaccination numbers but it hasn't Judy Smith with the county health department says this is the pandemic reality in Alabama people are just over it they're just tired of it and one of the biggest challenges that public health has right now is not to keep it in everybody's face but to keep it enough on the forefront that people are not dying in nearly thirty six percent of the population are fully immunized in Marion County I'm a Donahue

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Kessler blocks 12, gets triple-double, No. 1 Auburn tops A&M

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Kessler blocks 12, gets triple-double, No. 1 Auburn tops A&M

"Walker Kessler recorded his second triple double in six weeks and the third in Auburn history as a top ranked Tigers bounce back from their loss to Arkansas by would be Texas a and M. seventy five fifty eight Kessler's line feature twelve points twelve blocks eleven rebounds he's the fifth SEC player with multiple career triple doubles thank I got team is like our own all my teammates you know they make it easy to wash us because there's so they know that I can walk the shots of the crowd the guard to me Alan Flanagan scored sixteen points for Auburn while Katie Johnson added eleven Jamari Smith had nine points and eight rebounds for the Tigers who led by as many as twenty five I'm Dave very

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‘Spider-Man’ comes back swinging, takes No. 1 from ‘Scream'

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

‘Spider-Man’ comes back swinging, takes No. 1 from ‘Scream'

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Court won't stop Texas abortion ban, but OKs clinics' suit

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Court won't stop Texas abortion ban, but OKs clinics' suit

"The the Supreme Supreme Court Court has has issued issued a a ruling ruling on on a a Texas Texas abortion abortion law law that that is is sure sure to to continue continue the the legal legal battle battle a a new new ban ban on on abortions abortions in in Texas Texas will will remain remain in in effect effect after after the the Supreme Supreme Court Court ruled ruled Friday Friday that that abortion abortion providers providers will will be be allowed allowed to to sue sue the the state state over over a a law law that that makes makes abortion abortion illegal illegal after after cardiac cardiac activity activity is is detected detected that's that's around around six six weeks weeks before before many many women women know know they're they're pregnant pregnant researchers researchers at at the the university university of of Texas Texas have have found found that that the the number number of of abortions abortions statewide statewide fell fell by by fifty fifty percent percent compared compared with with September September of of twenty twenty twenty twenty the the AP AP has has reported reported the the Texas Texas women women seeking seeking to to end end a a pregnancy pregnancy have have been been seeking seeking plan plan B. B. medication medication in in Mexico Mexico or or turning turning to to clinics clinics in in far far flung flung states states because because those those nearby nearby can't can't keep keep up up with with the the increase increase in in demand demand the the Texas Texas law law was was designed designed to to put put obstacles obstacles in in the the way way of of legal legal challenges challenges and and so so far far that that strategy strategy has has worked worked the the case case is is almost almost certain certain to to return return to to the the Supreme Supreme Court Court after after review review by by the the fifth fifth U. U. S. S. circuit circuit court court of of appeals appeals which which has has twice twice voted voted to to allow allow enforcement enforcement the the court's court's conservative conservative majority majority also also seems seems likely likely to to roll roll back back abortion abortion rights rights in in a a Mississippi Mississippi case case that that was was argued argued last last week week although although that that decision decision is is not not expected expected until until the the spring spring Jennifer Jennifer king king Washington Washington

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Unvaccinated Italians face new restrictions as holidays near

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Unvaccinated Italians face new restrictions as holidays near

"It it is is making making life life more more uncomfortable uncomfortable for for unvaccinated unvaccinated people people as as the the holidays holidays draw draw near near it it is is excluding excluding them them from from Indo Indo restaurants restaurants theaters theaters and and museums museums into into the the new new year year to to control control the the spread spread of of corona corona virus virus any any coverage coverage of of vaccine vaccine skeptics skeptics to to get get their their shots shots starting starting Monday Monday the the telling telling please please come come check check whether whether dine dine is is seated seated in in restaurants restaurants or or bars bars have have what's what's called called a a super super health health plus plus thirty thirty fine fine they've they've either either been been vaccinated vaccinated or or have have recovered recovered from from the the virus virus those those who who used used to to rely rely on on just just a a recent recent negative negative test test will will not not be be allowed allowed in in the the number number of of new new infections infections in in Italy Italy has has been been rising rising for for the the past past six six weeks weeks a a worrying worrying trend trend as as Italians Italians planned planned holiday holiday parties parties to to get get aways aways I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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Supreme Court to hear major abortion case

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Supreme Court to hear major abortion case

"Conservatives conservatives are are hopeful hopeful the the U. U. S. S. Supreme Supreme Court Court will will got got the the landmark landmark roe roe versus versus Wade Wade abortion abortion decision decision on on the the eve eve of of the the start start of of arguments arguments in in a a Mississippi Mississippi case case this this spring spring court court now now has has a a conservative conservative majority majority and and will will hear hear arguments arguments surrounding surrounding the the Mississippi Mississippi law law that that bans bans abortions abortions after after fifteen fifteen weeks weeks that that months months before before what's what's been been known known as as the the point point of of viability viability when when a a fetus fetus could could survive survive outside outside the the womb womb the the court court is is also also weighing weighing challenges challenges to to a a Texas Texas law law that that bans bans abortions abortions after after six six weeks weeks former former vice vice president president Mike Mike pence pence is is among among those those calling calling for for an an end end to to abortions abortions we we may may well well be be on on the the verge verge of of an an era era when when the the Supreme Supreme Court Court since since roe roe versus versus Wade Wade to to

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Ahmaud Arbery's mom: Thankful for justice and son's legacy

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Ahmaud Arbery's mom: Thankful for justice and son's legacy

"The mother of the black Georgian man slain in twenty twenty after being chased by three white men says she feels blessed this year despite her loss AP correspondent Norman hall reports of Montgomery's mother says her sons if the thanksgiving chairs a symbol of justice and despite what she says is an empty spot in her heart she is grateful I'm thankful because his first thanksgiving that would happen saying that we finally got justice Ramana wonder Cooper Jones spent the past six weeks away from home since jury selection started October eighteenth she moved away from Brunswick after her son was killed she says the coming days will be a time for rest and for reflection on memories of her son such is his favorite foods I'm not like butter beans you like butter beans and pork chops I Norman hall

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Speed of Texas abortion cases has few high court precedents

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Speed of Texas abortion cases has few high court precedents

"The Supreme Court is taking up challenges to a Texas law that has virtually ended abortion in the nation's second largest state after six weeks of pregnancy the justices are hearing arguments Monday in two cases over whether abortion providers or the justice department can mount federal court challenges to the law which has an unusual enforcement scheme its defenders argue shield it from federal court review in neither case is the constitutionality of the law directly at issue but the motivation for both lawsuits is that the Texas band conflicts with landmark Supreme Court rulings that prevent a state from banning abortion earlier in pregnancy on December first the justices will hear a separate challenge to the decisions in roe versus Wade and Planned Parenthood versus Casey and a case over Mississippi's ban on abortion after fifteen weeks I'm Julie Walker

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 US set to appeal UK refusal to extradite WikiLeaks' Assange

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

US set to appeal UK refusal to extradite WikiLeaks' Assange

"The US is asking the Britain's High Court to overturn a judge's decision that Julian a song she should not be sent to America to face espionage charges in January a local judge refused an American request to extradite assault on spying charges a decade ago denying extradition on health grounds and saying the sound was likely to kill himself if held under harsh US prison conditions now an attorney for the U. S. government James Lewis argues that judge was incorrect when she wrote the songs would be a risk of suicide because of any oppressive conditions the authorities also argue a song does not meet the threshold of being so ill that he cannot resist harm himself the hearing is expected to last from four to six weeks Charles Taylor this month

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Appeals court allows Texas abortion law to stand

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Appeals court allows Texas abortion law to stand

"A federal appeals court has rejected the Biden administration's latest attempt to undo Texas's new law banning most abortions it's the third time the fifth US circuit court of appeals has allowed the law to proceed since August known as Senate bill eight the Texas law bans abortions once cardiac activity is detected usually around six weeks no exceptions are made in cases of rape or incest the decision leaves the justice department and Texas abortion providers with the narrowing path to try stopping the law that's farts prevailed because of a unique structure that leaves enforcement up to private citizens anyone who brings a successful lawsuit against an abortion provider for violating the law is entitled to claim at least ten thousand dollars in damages the Biden administration argues that amounts to a bounty I'm

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Federal appeals court temporarily allows Texas abortion law to continue

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Federal appeals court temporarily allows Texas abortion law to continue

"A federal appeals court in New Orleans allows Texas to temporarily resume its ban of most abortions in the state a decision by a federal district judge in Texas to suspend Texas abortion law has been blocked by the fifth circuit court of appeals in New Orleans allowing the state to temporarily re impose a law on abortion providers and women ills court is reviewing the law it is given the justice department until Tuesday to respond to its action the new law bans nearly all abortions including cases of rape and incest once cardiac activity is detected usually around six weeks the GOP led legislature left enforcement in the hands of private citizens who could sue abortion providers and collect at least ten thousand dollars should they win in court hi Tim

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Manchin Blasts Schumer's GOP-Bashing Floor Speech

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Manchin Blasts Schumer's GOP-Bashing Floor Speech

"Last night mitch. Mcconnell found ten republicans to avert a crisis. But that's not gonna happen in december because chuck schumer immediately went out and did a victory dance on the senate. It wasn't a victim. they punt it. They wanted december so that that everyone now knows the democrats can fix this by themselves. And they're going to have to do it. In december but mitch helped him over the fact that they waited too long and they were going to crash the economy. 'cause chuck schumer doofus. It just doesn't know how to run. The senate mitch's an expert relented last night. They went out and gave him an extra month to get this done. An extra six weeks borrowing to get this done by the democrats and then chuck schumer went out and gave moronic speech and joe manchin took him aside and said that a blinking stupid speech as did many other democrats to reporters chuck schumer. Really is a doofus.

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 Judge orders Texas to suspend new law banning most abortions

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Judge orders Texas to suspend new law banning most abortions

"A federal judge in Austin Texas orders a state to suspend its controversial abortion law federal district judge Robert Pitman calls a Texas law that bans most abortions in the state an unprecedented statutory scheme to deprive women of their constitutional right to an abortion Bittman adding that the moment the law went into effect last month women were unlawfully prevented from exercising control over their lives the law known as SB eight side by Republican governor Greg Abbott prohibits abortions once cardiac activity is detected which is usually around six weeks before some women even know they're pregnant it also deputise as private citizens to sue abortion providers with the promise of at least ten thousand dollars in damages if successful it's one of several GOP sponsored state laws that are part of the strongest challenge to abortion rights in decades habits

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"six weeks ago" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"six weeks ago" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"F also on our new and improved site klm dot com. Please check it out, turning Brown on 5 70 Cliff 5 19 Now I told you before I had gotten the vaccine and I recommend to my friends, They get it. It's given me a little bit more of a peace of mind. I've had two friends have gotten covid two very close. Friends have gotten very, very bad cases. One We felt we were going to lose. And none of them had underlying conditions and they've recovered. Kind of they have. I still they have symptoms now, 678 weeks later. It just kind of hangs on and hangs on. So the vaccine it's not going to keep you from getting neither One of these guys, by the way were vaccinated. The vaccine is not going to keep you from getting it, but it might make your case a lot more mild. Which at this point would compared to what I saw them go through. That might be a good idea. The guy who invented the M R N a technology. This is the guy who put these vaccines together. He invented the technology that Moderna and violent second fighter used to create these current vaccines. Wrote an op ed. I'm going to read you some of it because I think it's rather interesting and he's talking about the by the administration's strategy to universally vaccinate in the middle of a pandemic, he said. This is bad science and badly needs a reboot. He says the strategy will likely prolong the most dangerous phase of the worst pandemic since 1918 and most assuredly cause more harm than good even as it undermines faith in the entire public health system. There are flawed assumptions that drive the Biden strategy. The first is that universal vaccination can eradicate the virus and secure economic recovery because that will give us herd immunity throughout the country in the world, But the virus is now so deeply embedded in the world population that unlike polio and smallpox eradication is probably at this point unachievable. SARS covid, too, and it's myriad mutations will likely continue to circulate much like the common cold and influenza. He goes on to say the second assumption is that vaccines are near perfect effective. Our current available vaccines are what's called leaky vaccines, while good at preventing severe disease and death. They only reduce, not eliminate the risk of infection. Replication and transmission is a slide deck from the center for Disease Control is revealed even a 100% acceptance of the current leaky vaccine combined with strict mass compliance. Will not stop the contagious Delta variant from spreading. So it doesn't matter what you do. It's gonna spread. Because the things we're doing won't stop it from doing so. The third assumption is that vaccines are safe. Yet. Scientists, physicians and public health officials now recognize risks that are absolutely rare, but by no means trivial side effects can include serious cardiac and throw embodied conditions. Menstrual cycle disruptions, Bell's palsy, Guillain Barr syndrome and anaphylaxis. Unknown side effects, which Varada virologist may fear emerging include and they go into a long list of stuff. I'm gonna try to cut the time because we there's a little bit to get to want to make sure you here at all. The failure of the fourth durability assumption is the most alarming and perplexing It now appears our current vaccines are likely to offer a mere 180 day window of protection, a decided lack of durability underscored by scientific evidence from Israel and confirmed by Pfizer. The Department of Health and Human Services and other countries. Here. We are already being warned of the need for universal booster shots at six month intervals are intervals rather for the foreseeable future. The obvious broader point that For individual vaccine choice is that repeated vaccinations even with a small risk and ultimately add up to a bigger risk. It's an arms race with the virus. He said. The essence of the arms race is the more people you vaccinate the greater number of vaccine resistant mutation. You're likely to get the less durable vaccines become even more powerful vaccines will have to be developed and individuals will be exposed to more and more risk. This is where he gets gets to the point where you know people talk about science Well, science here tells us that today's vaccines which use these gene therapy technologies generate powerful antigens that direct the immune system to attack specific components of the virus. Thus, when the virus infects a person with a leaky vaccination like the ones we're getting The viral progeny will be selected to escape or resist the effects of the vaccine. If the entire population has been trained. He's talking about the population of the virus via universal vaccination strategy to have the same basic immune response than once A viral escape mutant is selected. It will rapidly spread through the entire population. Vaccinated or not. Now he goes on and says more optimal strategy is to vaccinate only the most vulnerable. This will limit the amount of vaccine resistant mutations and thereby slow if not halt. The current vaccine arms race. Fortunately, the most vulnerable represent a small number in those folks have mostly achieved high levels of vaccine acceptance, senior citizens for whom the risk of senior a serious disease or death. Increases exponentially with age and those with significant co morbidity is like obesity, lung and heart disease. For much of the rest of the population, there is nothing to fear but fear of the virus itself. This is particularly true if we have lawful outpatient access to a growing arsenal of scientifically proven prophylactics and therapeutics, for example. This is the controversial part. I'm not endorsing. I'm just telling you, the guy who put together the M RNA technology is saying these things. He said. There's a lot of controversy over I ever met in and hydro hydroxychloroquine. Yet with the emergence of a growing body of scientific evidence, we can be assured these two medicines are safe and effective and prophylaxis and early treatment when administered under a physician's supervision. And he goes on to name some other things that are also used. Some doctors are actually prescribing the broader goal. When administering these agents is too moderate symptoms and take death off the table, especially for the unvaccinated. Unlike vaccines. These agents are generally not dependent on specific viral properties or mutations, but instead mitigate or treat the inflammatory symptoms of the disease itself. We're not anti vax. Now there's two guys who wrote this, he said. One of us invented the core Mrna technology being used by Pfizer and Moderna to produce their vaccines were simply saying that just because you have a big vaccine hammer It's not necessarily wise to use it for every nail the American people deserve better than a universal vaccination strategy under the flag of bad science. And enforced through authoritarian measures. So once again, it comes back to what I talked to you about about six weeks ago about the leaky vaccine. The perfect vaccine is the one that eliminates this does not eliminate and by getting vaccinated other people other than those who Are burdened with underlying situations Co morbidity these advanced age that kind of thing by spreading it around. What we have done is, according to this scientist. What we have done.

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"six weeks ago" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"To hear. What have you been up to martin. That doesn't involve body parts. So i have a little bit of a an addiction to an idiosyncratic setup. i have here in the us. Aptex low latency transmitters for my audio devices to record these podcasts. So you know about that. Don't have any latency. I was gonna say used a lot of words. There is just say about but go on. Yeah but low. But it's specifically aptex. Low latency earbud switch. Our hearts come by and a couple of pairs of died recently because of the heat. And so i went hunting for modern version so i bought from e poss- gt w twenty seventy hybrids e poster an interesting organization so sent highs a solo flight their consumer division about six weeks ago and e pulse of being behind a lot of sennheiser 's have enterprising gaming products in recent times. So they now have all of that stuff there. So i bought a set from them which i'm using now and i'm extremely happy with and i bought a a set from creative. Labs the von trio wireless which actually has like neck horseshoe one of a better description which is like an extended battery in control surface and then the ear. Buds are on a cable from that narrow amazing because they have twenty hours of battery life day. Sound mazing so. I'm not going to be using those podcasting. They've immediately become my template Because they have like this seriously high-fidelity setting works in spotify netflix. And stuff like that and it. Scans your ears and your head. I'm i am not making this up and it makes like this audio profile. Based on how fat your head is and how big or small your ears are. And then taylor's the sound to you. And i have to say remarkably impressed with those interesting mark or we've been to. I have been successfully playing maternal. Wow what did you delete. Everything is good is good. I'm still in two minds. About how much like it compared to the previous installment in the series. I mean it's basically of the same. It's a very High-octane manic shooter. Where you're basically constantly moving and shooting and trying not to die. There's no sort of calf old sniping of enemies tactical like planning your moves as literally all the time you need to keep moving keeping up on my own health and keep shooting things It's intended that you'll die quite a lot to learn how to beat things which is quite fun. I'm kind of getting into that groove now. But initially i wasn't sure the the settings very different and there's an awful lot story which they didn't bother so much within the previous one and they just focused more on the action which i think was probably better but you know i'm gonna keep giving it a go. I go to in the steam sale. So i call it a fairly good price nice. Do you use a controller or keeble mouse Used the steam controller. How name With some part. I just get i present. Choose with i have to say i find. I'm finding this harder. That i found other first person shooters in terms of aiming i might. I might have played with gyro zero with a- meet right. Then let's get on with the show.

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"six weeks ago" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"To hear. What have you been up to martin. That doesn't involve body parts. So i have a little bit of an addiction to an idiosyncratic setup. I have here in the us. Aptex low latency transmitters for my audio devices to record these podcasts. So you know about that. Don't have any latency. I was gonna say used a lot of words. There is just say about but go on. Yeah but low. But it's specifically aptex. Low latency earbud switch. Our hearts come by and a couple of pairs of died recently because of the heat. And so i went hunting for modern version so i bought from e poss- gt w twenty seventy hybrids e poster an interesting organization so sent highs a solo flight their consumer division about six weeks ago and e pulse of being behind a lot of sennheiser. 's have enterprise gaming products in recent times. So they now have all of that stuff there. So i bought a set from them which i'm using now and i'm extremely happy with and i bought a a set from creative. Labs the von trio wireless which actually has like neck horseshoe one of a better description which is like an extended battery in control surface and then the ear. Buds are on a cable from that narrow amazing because they have twenty hours of battery life day. Sound mazing so. I'm not going to be using those podcasting. They've immediately become my template Because they have like this seriously a high fidelity setting works in spotify netflix. And stuff like that and it. Scans your ears and your head. I'm i am not making this up and it makes like this audio profile. Based on how fat your head is and how big or small your ears are. And then taylor's the sound to you. And i have to say remarkably impressed with those interesting mark or we've been to. I have been successfully playing maternal. Wow what did you delete. Everything is good is good. I'm still in two minds. About how much like it compared to the previous installment in the series. I mean it's basically of the same. It's a very High-octane manic shooter. Where you're basically constantly moving and shooting and trying not to die. There's no sort of calf old sniping of enemies tactical like planning your moves as literally all the time you need to keep moving keeping up on my own health and keep shooting things It's intended that you'll die quite a lot to learn how to beat things which is quite fun. I'm kind of getting into that groove now. But initially i wasn't sure the the settings very different and there's an awful lot story which they didn't bother so much within the previous what they just focused more on the action which i think was probably better but you know i'm gonna keep giving it a go. I go to in the steam sale. So i call it a fairly good price. Nice do you use a controller or keeble mouse Used the steam controller. How name with some part. I just get i present. Choose with i have to say i find. I'm finding this harder. That i found other first person shooters in terms of aiming i might. I might have played with gyro zero with a- meet right. Then let's get on with the show.

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"six weeks ago" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"To hear. What have you been up to martin. That doesn't involve body parts. So i have a little bit of a an addiction to an idiosyncratic setup. i have here in the us. Aptex low latency transmitters for my audio devices to record these podcasts. So you know about that. Don't have any latency. I was gonna say used a lot of words. There is just say about but go on. Yeah but low. But it's specifically aptex. Low latency earbud switch. Our hearts come by and a couple of pairs of died recently because of the heat. And so i went hunting for modern version so i bought from e poss- gt w twenty seventy hybrids e poster an interesting organization so sent highs a solo flight their consumer division about six weeks ago and e pulse of being behind a lot of sennheiser. 's have enterprise gaming products in recent times. So they now have all of that stuff there. So i bought a set from them which i'm using now and i'm extremely happy with and i bought a a set from creative. Labs the von trio wireless which actually has like neck horseshoe one of a better description which is like an extended battery in control surface and then the ear. Buds are on a cable from that narrow amazing because they have twenty hours of battery life day. Sound mazing so. I'm not going to be using those podcasting. They've immediately become my template Because they have like this seriously a high fidelity setting works in spotify netflix. And stuff like that and it. Scans your ears and your head. I'm i am not making this up and it makes like this audio profile. Based on how fat your head is and how big or small your ears are. And then taylor's the sound to you. And i have to say remarkably impressed with those interesting mark or we've been up to. I have been successfully playing maternal. Wow what did you delete. Everything is good is good. I'm still in two minds. About how much like it compared to the previous installment in the series. I mean it's basically of the same. It's a very Manic shooter where you're basically constantly moving and shooting and trying not to die. There's no sort of calf old sniping of enemies tactical like planning your moves as literally all the time you need to keep moving keeping up on my own health and keep shooting things It's intended that you'll die quite a lot to learn how to beat things which is quite fun. I'm kind of getting into that groove now. But initially i wasn't sure the the settings very different and there's an awful lot story which they didn't bother so much within the previous what they just focused more on the action which i think was probably better but you know i'm gonna keep giving it a go. I go to in the steam sale. So i call it for good price nice. Do you use a controller or keeble mouse Used the steam controller. How name With some part. I just get i present. Choose with i have to say i find. I'm finding this harder. That i found other first person shooters in terms of aiming i might. I might have played with gyro zero with a- meet right. Then let's get on with the show.

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"six weeks ago" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"To hear. What have you been up to martin. That doesn't involve body parts. So i have a little bit of a an addiction to an idiosyncratic setup. i have here in the us. Aptex low latency transmitters for my audio devices to record these podcasts. So you know about that. Don't have any latency. I was gonna say used a lot of words. There is just say about but go on. Yeah but low. But it's specifically aptex. Low latency earbud switch our hearts come by and a couple of pairs of died recently because of the heat and so i went hunting for modern version. So i bought from e pulse. Gt w twenty seventy hybrids e poster an interesting organization so sennheiser sold off their consumer division about six weeks ago and e poss of being behind a lot of sennheiser 's have enterprising gaming products in recent times. So they now have all of that stuff there. So i bought a set from them which i'm using now and i'm extremely happy with and i bought a a set from creative. Labs the von trio wireless which actually has like neck horseshoe one of a better description which is like an extended battery in control surface and then the ear. Buds are on a cable from that narrow amazing because they have twenty hours of battery life day. Sound mazing so. I'm not going to be using those podcasting. They've immediately become my template Ear buds because they have like this seriously high-fidelity setting works in spotify netflix. And stuff like that and it. Scans your ears and your head. I'm i am not making this up and it makes like this audio profile. Based on how fat your head is and how big or small your ears are. And then taylor's the sound to you. And i have to say remarkably impressed with those interesting mark or we've been up to. I have been successfully playing maternal. Wow what did you delete. Everything is good is good. I'm still in two minds. About how much like it compared to the previous installment in the series. I mean it's basically of the same. It's a very High-octane manic shooter. Where you're basically constantly moving and shooting and trying not to die. There's no sort of calf old sniping of enemies tactical like planning your moves as literally all the time you need to keep moving keeping up on my own health and keep shooting things It's intended that you'll die quite a lot to learn how to beat things which is quite fun. I'm kind of getting into that groove now. But initially i wasn't sure the the settings very different and there's an awful lot story which they didn't bother so much within the previous what they just focused more on the action which i think was probably better but you know i'm gonna keep giving it a go. I go to in the steam sale. So i call it for a fairly good price. Nice do you use a controller or keeble mouse Used the steam controller. How earth name With some part. I just get i present. Choose with i have to say i find. I'm finding this harder. That i found other first person shooters in terms of aiming i might i might have played with gyro zero. Witha meet right. Then let's get on with the show.

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"six weeks ago" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"To hear. What have you been up to martin. That doesn't involve body parts. So i have a little bit of a an addiction to an idiosyncratic setup. i have here in the us. Aptex low latency transmitters for my audio devices to record these forecasts. So you know about that. Don't have any latency. I was gonna say used a lot of words. There is just say about but go on. Yeah but low. But it's specifically aptex. Low latency earbud switch our hearts come by and a couple of pairs of died recently because of the heat and so i went hunting for modern version. So i bought from e pulse. Gt w twenty seventy hybrids e poster an interesting organization so sennheiser sold off their consumer division about six weeks ago and e poss of being behind a lot of sennheiser 's have enterprising gaming products in recent times. So they now have all of that stuff there. So i bought a set from them which i'm using now and i'm extremely happy with and i bought a a set from creative. Labs the von trio wireless which actually has like neck horseshoe one of a better description which is like an extended battery in control surface and then the ear. Buds are on a cable from that narrow amazing because they have twenty hours of battery life day. Sound mazing so. I'm not going to be using those podcasting. They've immediately become my tablet a airbud because they have like this seriously high fidelity setting works in spotify netflix. And stuff like that and it. Scans your ears and your head. I'm i am not making this up and it makes like this audio profile. Based on how fat your head is and how big or small your ears are. And then taylor's the sound to you. And i have to say remarkably impressed with those interesting mark or we've been up to. I have been successfully playing maternal. Wow what did you delete. Everything is good is good. I'm still in two minds. About how much like it compared to the previous installment in the series. I mean it's basically of the same. It's a very high high-octane manic shooter where you're basically constantly moving and shooting and trying not to die. There's no sort of calf old sniping of enemies tactical like planning your moves as literally all the time you need to keep moving keeping up on my own health and keep shooting things It's intended that you'll die quite a lot to learn how to beat things which is quite fun. I'm kind of getting into that groove now. But initially i wasn't sure the the settings very different and there's an awful lot story which they didn't bother so much within the previous what they just focused more on the action which i think was probably better but you know i'm gonna keep giving it a go. I go to in the steam sale. So i call it a fairly good price. Nice do you use a controller or keeble mouse Used the steam controller. How earth name With some part. I just get i present. Choose with i have to say i find. I'm finding this harder. That i found other first person shooters in terms of aiming i might i might have played with gyro zero. Witha meet right. Then let's get on with the show.

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03:47 min | 1 year ago

"six weeks ago" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"To hear. What have you been up to martin. That doesn't involve body parts. So i have a little bit of an addiction to an idiosyncratic setup. I have here in the us. Aptex low latency transmitters for my audio devices to record these podcasts. So you know about that. Don't have any latency. I was gonna say used a lot of words. There is just say about but go on. Yeah but low. But it's specifically aptex. Low latency earbud switch. Our hearts come by and a couple of pairs of died recently because of the heat. And so i went hunting for modern version so i bought from e poss- gt w twenty seventy hybrids e poster an interesting organization so sent highs a solo flight their consumer division about six weeks ago and e pulse of being behind a lot of sennheiser 's have enterprising gaming products in recent times. So they now have all of that stuff there. So i bought a set from them which i'm using now and i'm extremely happy with and i bought a a set from creative. Labs the von trio wireless which actually has like neck horseshoe one of a better description which is like an extended battery in control surface and then the ear. Buds are on a cable from that narrow amazing because they have twenty hours of battery life day. Sound mazing so. I'm not going to be using those podcasting. They've immediately become my template Because they have like this seriously high fidelity setting works in spotify netflix. And stuff like that and it. Scans your ears and your head. I'm i am not making this up and it makes like this audio profile. Based on how fat your head is and how big or small your ears are. And then taylor's the sound to you. And i have to say remarkably impressed with those interesting mark or we've been to. I have been successfully playing maternal. Wow what did you delete. Everything is good is good. I'm still in two minds. About how much like it compared to the previous installment in the series. I mean it's basically of the same. It's a very high octane manic shooter where you're basically constantly moving and shooting and trying not to die. There's no sort of calf old sniping of enemies tactical like planning your moves as literally all the time you need to keep moving keeping up on my own health and keep shooting things It's intended that you'll die quite a lot to learn how to beat things which is quite fun. I'm kind of getting into that groove now. But initially i wasn't sure the the settings very different and there's an awful lot story which they didn't bother so much within the previous one and they just focused more on the action which i think was probably better but you know i'm gonna keep giving it a go. I go to in the steam sale. So i call it a fairly good price nice. Do you use a controller or keeble mouse Used the steam controller. How name with some part. I just get i present. Choose with i have to say i find. I'm finding this harder. That i found other first person shooters in terms of aiming i might. I might have played with gyro zero with a- meet right. Then let's get on with the show.

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03:47 min | 1 year ago

"six weeks ago" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"To hear. What have you been up to martin. That doesn't involve body parts. So i have a little bit of a an addiction to an idiosyncratic setup. i have here in the us. Aptex low latency transmitters for my audio devices to record these podcasts. So you know about that. Don't have any latency. I was gonna say used a lot of words. There is just say about but go on. Yeah but low. But it's specifically aptex. Low latency earbud switch our hearts come by and a couple of pairs of died recently because of the heat and so i went hunting for modern version. So i bought from e pulse. Gt w twenty seventy hybrids e poster an interesting organization so sennheiser sold off their consumer division about six weeks ago and e poss of being behind a lot of sennheiser 's have enterprising gaming products in recent times. So they now have all of that stuff there. So i bought a set from them which i'm using now and i'm extremely happy with and i bought a a set from creative. Labs the von trio wireless which actually has like neck horseshoe one of a better description which is like an extended battery in control surface and then the ear. Buds are on a cable from that narrow amazing because they have twenty hours of battery life day. Sound mazing so. I'm not going to be using those podcasting. They've immediately become my template Because they have like this seriously high fidelity setting works in spotify netflix. And stuff like that and it. Scans your ears and your head. I'm i am not making this up and it makes like this audio profile. Based on how fat your head is and how big or small your ears are. And then taylor's the sound to you. And i have to say remarkably impressed with those interesting mark or we've been up to. I have been successfully playing maternal. Wow what did you delete. Everything is good is good. I'm still in two minds. About how much like it compared to the previous installment in this series. I mean it's basically of the same. It's a very High-octane manic shooter. Where you're basically constantly moving and shooting and trying not to die. There's no sort of calf old sniping of enemies tactical like planning your moves as literally all the time you need to keep moving keeping up on my own health and keep shooting things It's intended that you'll die quite a lot to learn how to beat things which is quite fun. I'm kind of getting into that groove now. But initially i wasn't sure the the settings very different and there's an awful lot story which they didn't bother so much within the previous what they just focused more on the action which i think was probably better but you know i'm gonna keep giving it a go. I go to in the steam sale. So i call it a fairly good price. Nice do you use a controller or keeble mouse Used the steam controller. How earth name With some part. I just get i present. Choose with i have to say i find. I'm finding this harder. That i found other first person shooters in terms of aiming i might i might have played with gyro zero. Witha meet right. Then let's get on with the show.

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"six weeks ago" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

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03:47 min | 1 year ago

"six weeks ago" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"To hear. What have you been up to martin. That doesn't involve body parts. So i have a little bit of a an addiction to an idiosyncratic setup. i have here in the us. Aptex low latency transmitters for my audio devices to record these podcasts. So you know about that. Don't have any latency. I was gonna say used a lot of words. There is just say about but go on. Yeah but low. But it's specifically agritech. Low latency earbud switch our hearts come by and a couple of pairs of died recently because of the heat and so i went hunting for modern version. So i bought from e pulse. Gt w twenty seventy hybrids e poster an interesting organization so sennheiser sold off their consumer division about six weeks ago and e poss of being behind a lot of sennheiser 's have enterprising gaming products in recent times. So they now have all of that stuff there. So i bought a set from them which i'm using now and i'm extremely happy with and i bought a a set from creative. Labs the von trio wireless which actually has like neck horseshoe one of a better description which is like an extended battery in control surface and then the ear. Buds are on a cable from that narrow amazing because they have twenty hours of battery life day. Sound mazing so. I'm not going to be using those podcasting. They've immediately become my template Earbud because they have like this seriously high-fidelity setting works in spotify netflix. And stuff like that and it. Scans your ears and your head. I'm i am not making this up and it makes like this audio profile. Based on how fat your head is and how big or small your ears are. And then taylor's the sound to you. And i have to say remarkably impressed with those interesting mark or we've been up to. I have been successfully playing maternal. Wow what did you delete. Everything is good is good. I'm still in two minds. About how much like it compared to the previous installment in the series. I mean it's basically of the same. It's a very High-octane manic shooter. Where you're basically constantly moving and shooting and trying not to die. There's no sort of calf old sniping of enemies tactical like planning your moves as literally all the time you need to keep moving keeping up on my own health and keep shooting things It's intended that you'll die quite a lot to learn how to beat things which is quite fun. I'm kind of getting into that groove now. But initially i wasn't sure the the settings very different and there's an awful lot story which they didn't bother so much within the previous what they just focused more on the action which i think was probably better but you know i'm gonna keep giving it a go. I go to in the steam sale. So i call it a fairly good price. Nice do you use a controller or keeble mouse Used the steam controller. How earth name With some part. I just get i present. Choose with i have to say i find. I'm finding this harder. That i found other first person shooters in terms of aiming i might i might have played with gyro zero. Witha meet right. Then let's get on with the show.

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"six weeks ago" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

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03:47 min | 1 year ago

"six weeks ago" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"To hear. What have you been up to martin. That doesn't involve body parts. So i have a little bit of a an addiction to an idiosyncratic setup. i have here in the us. Aptex low latency transmitters for my audio devices to record these costs. So you know about that. Don't have any latency. I was gonna say used a lot of words. There is just say about but go on. Yeah but low. But it's specifically aptex. Low latency earbud switch. Our hearts come by and a couple of pairs of died recently because of the heat. And so i went hunting for modern version so i bought from e poss- gt w twenty seventy hybrids e poster an interesting organization so sent highs a solo flight their consumer division about six weeks ago and e pulse of being behind a lot of sennheiser 's have enterprising gaming products in recent times. So they now have all of that stuff there. So i bought a set from them which i'm using now and i'm extremely happy with and i bought a a set from creative. Labs the von trio wireless which actually has like neck horseshoe one of a better description which is like an extended battery in control surface and then the ear. Buds are on a cable from that narrow amazing because they have twenty hours of battery life day. Sound mazing so. I'm not going to be using those podcasting. They've immediately become my template Earbud because they have like this seriously high-fidelity setting works in spotify netflix. And stuff like that and it. Scans your ears and your head. I'm i am not making this up and it makes like this audio profile. Based on how fat your head is and how big or small your ears are. And then taylor's the sound to you. And i have to say remarkably impressed with those interesting mark or we've been to. I have been successfully playing maternal. Wow what did you delete. Everything is good is good. I'm still in two minds. About how much like it compared to the previous installment in the series. I mean it's basically of the same. It's a very High-octane manic shooter. Where you're basically constantly moving and shooting and trying not to die. There's no sort of calf old sniping of enemies tactical like planning your moves as literally all the time you need to keep moving keeping up on my own health and keep shooting things It's intended that you'll die quite a lot to learn how to beat things which is quite fun. I'm kind of getting into that groove now. But initially i wasn't sure the the settings very different and there's an awful lot story which they didn't bother so much within the previous what they just focused more on the action which i think was probably better but you know i'm gonna keep giving it a go. I go to in the steam sale. So i call it for a fairly good price. Nice do you use a controller or keeble mouse Used the steam controller. How name With some part. I just get i present. Choose with i have to say i find. I'm finding this harder. That i found other first person shooters in terms of aiming i might. I might have played with gyro zero with a- meet right. Then let's get on with the show.

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03:47 min | 1 year ago

"six weeks ago" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"To hear. What have you been up to martin. That doesn't involve body parts. So i have a little bit of a an addiction to an idiosyncratic setup. i have here in the us. Aptex low latency transmitters for my audio devices to record these podcasts. So you know about that. Don't have any latency. I was gonna say used a lot of words. There is just say about but go on. Yeah but low. But it's specifically aptex. Low latency airbud switch. Our hearts come by and a couple of pairs of died recently because of the heat and so i went hunting for modern version. So i bought from e pulse. Gt w twenty seventy hybrids e poster an interesting organization so sennheiser sold off their consumer division about six weeks ago and e poss of being behind a lot of sennheiser 's have enterprising gaming products in recent times. So they now have all of that stuff there. So i bought a set from them which i'm using now and i'm extremely happy with and i bought a a set from creative. Labs the von trio wireless which actually has like neck horseshoe one of a better description which is like an extended battery in control surface and then the ear. Buds are on a cable from that narrow amazing because they have twenty hours of battery life day. Sound mazing so. I'm not going to be using those podcasting. They've immediately become my template Because they have like this seriously high-fidelity setting works in spotify netflix. And stuff like that and it. Scans your ears and your head. I'm i am not making this up and it makes like this audio profile. Based on how fat your head is and how big or small your ears are. And then taylor's the sound to you. And i have to say remarkably impressed with those interesting mark or we've been up to. I have been successfully playing maternal. Wow what did you delete. Everything is good is good. I'm still in two minds. About how much like it compared to the previous installment in the series. I mean it's basically of the same. It's a very high octane manic shooter where you're basically constantly moving and shooting and trying not to die. There's no sort of calf old sniping of enemies tactical like planning your moves as literally all the time you need to keep moving keeping up on my own health and keep shooting things It's intended that you'll die quite a lot to learn how to beat things which is quite fun. I'm kind of getting into that groove now. But initially i wasn't sure the the settings very different and there's an awful lot story which they didn't bother so much within the previous what they just focused more on the action which i think was probably better but you know i'm gonna keep giving it a go. I go to in the steam sale. So i call it a fairly good price. Nice do you use a controller or keeble mouse Used the steam controller. How on name With some part. I just get i present. Choose with i have to say i find. I'm finding this harder. That i found other first person shooters in terms of aiming i might. I might have played with gyro zero with a- meet right. Then let's get on with the show.

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"six weeks ago" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast - New onDemand

Ubuntu Podcast - New onDemand

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"six weeks ago" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast - New onDemand

"To hear. What have you been up to martin. That doesn't involve body parts. So i have a little bit of a an addiction to an idiosyncratic setup. i have here in the us. Aptex low latency transmitters for my audio devices to record these podcasts. So you know about that. Don't have any latency gonna say used a lot of words. There is just say about but go on. Yeah but low. But it's specifically aptex. Low latency earbud switch. Our hearts come by and a couple of pairs of died recently because of the heat. And so i went hunting for modern version so i bought from e poss- gt w twenty seventy hybrids e poster an interesting organization so sent highs a solo flight their consumer division about six weeks ago and e pulse of being behind a lot of sennheiser 's have enterprising gaming products in recent times. So they now have all of that stuff there. So i bought a set from them which i'm using now and i'm extremely happy with and i bought a a set from creative. Labs the von trio wireless which actually has like neck horseshoe one of a better description which is like an extended battery in control surface and then the ear. Buds are on a cable from that narrow amazing because they have twenty hours of battery life day. Sound mazing so. I'm not going to be using those podcasting. They've immediately become my template Because they have like this seriously high-fidelity setting works in spotify netflix. And stuff like that and it. Scans your ears and your head. I'm i am not making this up and it makes like this audio profile. Based on how fat your head is and how big or small your ears are. And then taylor's the sound to you. And i have to say remarkably impressed with those interesting mark or we've been up to. I have been successfully playing maternal. Well what did you delete. Everything is good is good. I'm still in two minds. About how much like it compared to the previous installment in the series. I mean it's basically of the same. It's a very High-octane manic shooter. Where you're basically constantly moving and shooting and trying not to die. There's no sort of calf old sniping of enemies tactical like planning your moves as literally all the time you need to keep moving keeping up on my own health and keep shooting things It's intended that you'll die quite a lot to learn how to beat things which is quite fun. I'm kind of getting into that groove now. But initially i wasn't sure the the settings very different and there's an awful lot story which they didn't bother so much within the previous what they just focused more on the action which i think was probably better but you know i'm gonna keep giving it a go. I go to in the steam sale. So i call it a fairly good price. Nice do you use a controller or keeble mouse Used the steam controller. How name With some part. I just get i present. Choose with i have to say i find. I'm finding this harder. That i found other first person shooters in terms of aiming i might. I might have played with gyro zero with a- meet right. Then let's get on with the show.

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"six weeks ago" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"six weeks ago" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"To hear. What have you been up to martin. That doesn't involve body parts. So i have a little bit of a an addiction to an idiosyncratic setup. i have here in the us. Aptex low latency transmitters for my audio devices to record these podcasts. So you know about that. Don't have any latency. I was gonna say used a lot of words. There is just say about but go on. Yeah but low. But it's specifically aptex. Low latency earbud switch. Our hearts come by and a couple of pairs of died recently because of the heat. And so i went hunting for modern version so i bought from e poss- gt w twenty seventy hybrids e poster an interesting organization so sent highs a solo flight their consumer division about six weeks ago and e pulse of being behind a lot of sennheiser 's have enterprising gaming products in recent times. So they now have all of that stuff there. So i bought a set from them which i'm using now and i'm extremely happy with and i bought a a set from creative. Labs the von trio wireless which actually has like neck horseshoe one of a better description which is like an extended battery in control surface and then the ear. Buds are on a cable from that narrow amazing because they have twenty hours of battery life day. Sound mazing so. I'm not going to be using those podcasting. They've immediately become my template Earbud because they have like this seriously high-fidelity setting works in spotify netflix. And stuff like that and it. Scans your ears and your head. I'm i am not making this up and it makes like this audio profile. Based on how fat your head is and how big or small your ears are. And then taylor's the sound to you. And i have to say remarkably impressed with those interesting mark or we've been to. I have been successfully playing maternal. Wow what did you delete. Everything is good is good. I'm still in two minds. About how much like it compared to the previous installment in the series. I mean it's basically of the same. It's a very high octane manic shooter where you're basically constantly moving and shooting and trying not to die. There's no sort of calf old sniping of enemies tactical like planning your moves as literally all the time you need to keep moving keeping up on my own health and keep shooting things It's intended that you'll die quite a lot to learn how to beat things which is quite fun. I'm kind of getting into that groove now. But initially i wasn't sure the the settings very different and there's an awful lot story which they didn't bother so much within the previous what they just focused more on the action which i think was probably better but you know i'm gonna keep giving it a go. I go to in the steam sale. So i call it a fairly good price. Nice do you use a controller or keeble mouse Used the steam controller. How name With some part. I just get i present. Choose with i have to say i find. I'm finding this harder. That i found other first person shooters in terms of aiming i might. I might have played with gyro zero with a- meet right. Then let's get on with the show.

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"six weeks ago" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

Ubuntu Podcast

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"six weeks ago" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast

"To hear. What have you been up to martin. That doesn't involve body parts. So i have a little bit of a an addiction to an idiosyncratic setup. i have here in the us. Aptex low latency transmitters for my audio devices to record these costs. So you know about that. Don't have any latency. I was gonna say used a lot of words. There is just say about but go on. Yeah but low. But it's specifically aptex. Low latency airbud switch. Our hearts come by and a couple of pairs of died recently because of the heat and so i went hunting for modern version. So i bought from e pulse. Gt w twenty seventy hybrids e poster an interesting organization so sennheiser sold off their consumer division about six weeks ago and e poss of being behind a lot of sennheiser 's have enterprising gaming products in recent times. So they now have all of that stuff there. So i bought a set from them which i'm using now and i'm extremely happy with and i bought a a set from creative. Labs the von trio wireless which actually has like neck horseshoe one of a better description which is like an extended battery in control surface and then the ear. Buds are on a cable from that narrow amazing because they have twenty hours of battery life day. Sound mazing so. I'm not going to be using those podcasting. They've immediately become my template Because they have like this seriously high-fidelity setting works in spotify netflix. And stuff like that and it. Scans your ears and your head. I'm i am not making this up and it makes like this audio profile. Based on how fat your head is and how big or small your ears are. And then taylor's the sound to you. And i have to say remarkably impressed with those interesting mark or we've been up to have been successfully playing maternal. Wow what did you delete. Everything is good is good. I'm still in two minds. About how much like it compared to the previous installment in the series. I mean it's basically of the same. It's a very high octane manic shooter where you're basically constantly moving and shooting and trying not to die. There's no sort of calf old sniping of enemies tactical like planning your moves as literally all the time you need to keep moving keeping up on my own health and keep shooting things It's intended that you'll die quite a lot to learn how to beat things which is quite fun. I'm kind of getting into that groove now. But initially i wasn't sure the the settings very different and there's an awful lot story which they didn't bother so much within the previous what they just focused more on the action which i think was probably better but you know i'm gonna keep giving it a go. I go to in the steam sale. So i call it a fairly good price. Nice do you use a controller or keeble mouse Used the steam controller. How earth name With some part. I just get i present. Choose with i have to say i find. I'm finding this harder. That i found other first person shooters in terms of aiming i might i might have played with gyro zero. Witha meet right. Then let's get on with the show.

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"six weeks ago" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"six weeks ago" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"America. Mark Levin, Here are number 87738138118773813811. I think I went too fast. Before the top of the hour, So I'm going to slow down a little bit. There's no reason to race through this. I talked about a BDs movement that we need to have. And I believe that strongly I talked about the need to be litigious. Things that conservatives don't like to be in Patriots don't like to be. To use the administrative states powers against the administrative state for you and so forth. Internal revenue complaints against certain entities. Some talking on an overlay right now. And I point out in American Marxism that as a general matter where feasible We must institute are BDs movement against the influences of American Marxism. Adopted Cloward and Piven type approach of overwhelming their system. Crashing their system, then blaming the system and taking control of that system. But in this case, the system being that which has been created an instituted by these Marxist based movements. You hear me, saying this phrase Marxist marks this based movements and so forth, and so on. You will get an opportunity to learn all about them. When you read the earlier part of the book where we're Sahlin skis rules for radicals number 13 should be used where appropriate as well. Pick the target, freeze and personalize it and polarize it. Alinsky wrote, in part. Obviously, there's no point to tactics and last one is a target upon which to center. The attacks. Barack Obama learned at the knee of Alinsky is that Hillary Rodham Clinton Also remember there's There's power in numbers. The teachers union antifa, BLM, the others understand this some some this way. Here a few specific tactics for action, which should not be viewed as a comprehensive list. But I think are important. Education. In every school district in America. Local committees of patriotic community activist muscle organized There's some are already doing. Among other things, they should get involved in virtually every aspect of local public education, and I don't limit this to parents. We can no longer leave the education of our Children and the well being of our community to the so called professionals. And we have learned, especially since the pandemic. The educational bureaucracy does not have the best interests of our Children as their top priority. And consequences for such an attention are disastrous. So what shall be done number one. The community committees, of which I speak, should ensure that members attend every school board meeting. To make certain that the public's interest in that of the students are being served, not the monopoly interest of the teachers, unions, Marxists activists. And the other special interests feeding off. The public treasury. By this I mean hundreds of Patriot activists showing up being heard at every school board meeting throughout the year. The classrooms and schools must be taken back by the community and one of the things I'll adhere, which we discussed about six weeks ago. Our cameras in the classroom. This needs to be One of our top priorities. More in that moment. The figurative nature and practices of local school systems must come to the end. In other words, the The lack of transparency. Community committees should examine classroom curriculum textbooks, teacher training and seminar materials, the teacher's contract with the school district and school budgets Where there is resistance by the school boards of school administrations.

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"six weeks ago" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"six weeks ago" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"And what happens is you take your foot off the brakes and the fluid won't return back out of the caliber, and it'll just keep pressure against it. And it will cause some brake pads to get real hot. Make your will get real hot like that. Until you know if it will make a big mess. You have seen wheels catch on fire over that. But yeah, replace the brake hoses, Uh, you know, and that's something unless you've been in the business for a long time. Folks don't know that, you know, but it's just that my hoses will look perfect on the outside. But they swell up internally and act almost as a one way valve. Let board break flood Go to a caliber, but we take your foot off the brake pedal. It won't return and to keep pressure applied on your brakes. Thanks for the call. Marca probably helped you out there. At least we hope so. Anyway, Let us know how it turns out. Appreciate that call their market. 44580 wdbo. We're going to go to Tom. He's calling in from Longwood right now, Tom, Welcome onto the show. What you got for Larry Hey, Larry got a 2012 Buick Verano. Change the oil in it about six weeks ago. My granddaughters. I mean, my daughter's car. Mhm of the Engine went into limp mode. Check the oil level. Nothing on mistake. We added one court. And Ran it a little bit. It came out of limp mode, but still no oil mistake. I've added two more courts. We've added three quarts of bulls. Still nothing is starting us showing up on the stick. So it pretty much didn't have any oil and It seems that I was scared to add another court. All right. I don't know. What's what's going on. All right. On that motor. Um It's a good thing You called me, Tom. Um Listen that you know how, uh, cars of the past would have, you know old Chevrolets and stuff would have a PCV valve. Right? Okay. You know, that was a crankcase ventilation, You know, Regulated vacuum leak was basically what it was. And it would take crankcase emissions and redirected into the intake system. And it would it would burn right along with the air and fuel. Now GM on these engines, they went and did something that was a little bit crazy. They they they in their valve cover. They incorporated this pressure valve, and when they crankcase pressure gets to a certain point. It will push that crankcase pressure back into the intake system and and and and burn it, You know, for emissions purposes and that sort of thing. Now, If that valve that is integrated into this valve cover goes bad. It will suck the All right straight out of that motor. It'll suck them up the oil right straight out of the engine. That thing is going to need a valve cover. That's correct Crazy. Who would never think that? Okay, You need a valve cover to fix an all consumption problem that don't even make sense. But that's the way they made it. Uh And, uh, my advice time is, uh, go ahead and keep oil in it for now, because it will empty it will empty that crankcase. I mean, literally, it will empty the crankcase. Uh, if you drive it at all, Make sure you keep oil in it. But you need to give us a call and find out with J..

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"six weeks ago" Discussed on Beyond The Scores

Beyond The Scores

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"six weeks ago" Discussed on Beyond The Scores

"A hamstring injury on we had substituting and is not because he you wanting to take him out of the game. Now you wanting to play you want him to be there ninety minutes no matter what but you want as a head. Coach need to think about the next game and the game after that because he eve you putting him to play more a more with after that kind of enjoy could you could lose him he Get an injury again. And then he would be completely out for the rest of the season and that's something that as a club as a team as a head coach you cannot except on these things are on your on your control on those kind of decisions many times that are not in the stubai by people because they just see okay. Why does not blame now anymore. On that was again julie show remember instead he blaze fifty two minutes in on the last game may be was run me recall. Maybe six weeks ago five weeks ago you know so. We need to grow up his fitness. He's much time properly. All we have a big grease to losing for for the through also isn't remaining so these kind of things. You have to nudge us about the next game. Will about the game right now. You have to sink getting the results at the end of the season. We just getting the playoff. I'm one hundred percent show. We would have that. We will have that one hundred percent. I hope so but What somebody told me it's again and i think you'll also shocking. Not note any diesel. What has happened behind your back. what i can say tapping back and you don't know about it. Don't let me drop to be honest in the at the same time in football you have to do. I mean one things are happening. you just have to. You know seeing about the things that you can control. And if the management made the decision okay they they they must know will they should know widening..

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