40 Burst results for "Snow"

Fresh "Snow" from Rollye James

Rollye James

00:33 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh "Snow" from Rollye James

"8 o'clock the face off at 8 30 with John whiteman and Troy Murray on 7 20 WGN and WGN radio dot com. The forecast from the WG and Chicago weather center meteorologist Dimitri ivory. It will be quite breezy with winds gusting to around 35 mph on Tuesday the high temperature reaches 56° showers will be possible if not likely in time for evening. That rain continues into early Wednesday could mix with snow at times as we'll see a high temperature of only 31. Thursday's high 35 mostly sunny there, more sunshine for Friday and Saturday, highs back in the 40s. I'm WGN meteorologist Demetrius ivory. Cloudy skies out there right now, 40° at O'Hare 41 at midway, 39 in Bartlett 39 in Lansing. The celebrating our 100th year serving Chicago. I'm James Sears on Chicago's very own 7

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XOXNO the Leading NFT Marketplace on MultiversX Announces Support for Fiat Payments

Bitcoin PR Buzz

00:50 sec | 5 d ago

XOXNO the Leading NFT Marketplace on MultiversX Announces Support for Fiat Payments

"1 p.m. Monday, November 7th, 2022. The leading NFT marketplace on multiverse announces support for Fiat payments. Press release users of the zox snow all in one NFT marketplace can now buy and sell NFTs with Euro or Romanian Ron through any Visa or Mastercard. November 7th, 2022, Bucharest, Romania vox now has announced the integration of Fiat payments to its all in one NFT marketplace with support for Euro and the Romanian Ron. The multiverse X based the post socks know the leading NFT marketplace on multiverse X announces support for Fiat payments appeared first on Bitcoin PR buzz. Bitcoin PR buzz world's first crypto PR agency with 9 years, 900 clients, 1500 press releases.

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Fresh "Snow" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 6 hrs ago

Fresh "Snow" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"History of the state of New York has been found guilty of that domestic terrorism charge motivated by hate until today. Heavy snow is falling in Park City, Utah and more is expected in the country's midsection while the southeast is in danger of a potential tornado outbreak into tomorrow. Meteorologist Mike bettis from the weather channel. Snow across the plains from saint Denver, Colorado all the way to the UK of Michigan, some areas 5 to 8 inches of snow anticipated. And then there's a likely severe weather outbreak across the mid south and the Gulf Coast states and tornadoes could be prevalent as well. Thick smoke rises from a fireworks store in west Melbourne, Florida after a driver plows into it. We got outside.

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Bills beat Browns 31-23 after snow shifts game to Motor City

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Bills beat Browns 31-23 after snow shifts game to Motor City

"With their city under record snowfall of 80 inches The Buffalo Bills made Detroit their home away from home came away with a 31 23 win over the Cleveland Browns Tyler bass tied a franchise record for buffalo connecting on 6 field goals Now before there was a game there was digging out and getting to the stadium Head coach Sean McDermott says there were no complaints And the players never once said I can't do it They just said what do I need to do The browns fall to three and 7 they host Tampa Bay Sunday The bill's now at 7 and three they're back in Detroit for the Thanksgiving Day game against the Lions I'm gene battaglia

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Fresh "Snow" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:17 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh "Snow" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Are brief, Montgomery county DOT reports all traffic signals are on color and cycling following yesterday's plane crash in Montgomery village, though goshen wrote remains closed between snow for school road at points between snow for school road and Stewart town road. Silver diner is ready to play ball after 33 years silver diners now. In D.C. across from Nats park silver diner brings its healthy and classic menu options to the navy yard neighborhood, eat well do well. Dave dildine WTO trafficking. Over to storm team four and chuck bell. Breezy today with winds out of the northwest, that will keep temperatures in the low to mid 50s for hives today. Temperatures dropping into the 30s overnight and only a 52° high tomorrow with sunshine fading out behind clouds. Rain on Wednesday with temperatures in the low to mid 60s and then sharply colder for Thursday with highs staying in the mid 40s. I'm storm team four, meteorologist chuck bell, for WTO. Is cloudy and breezy, we've got 54 and upper Marlboro, 52 in center Bill and 53 in Washington where the winter gusting to 24 miles an hour. And we've got top stories in 60 seconds. I am Steve Cohn, head of communications at capital caring health. Most families in the DMV and elsewhere must cope with a loved one suffering from

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Parts of NY dig out after potentially 'historic' snowfall

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

Parts of NY dig out after potentially 'historic' snowfall

"Some record snow gets dumped on parts of western New York as some residents dig out while others brace for even more snow 80 inches of snow and counting that's how much forecasters say has fallen in Orchard park near buffalo 74 inches in Hamburg There's been many other reports over 60 inches so we're talking about 5 feet of snow And national weather service meteorologist Jason allenbaugh says it's caused some damage There's been a few building collapses in Erie county of western New York due to such heavy weight of the snow Governor Kathy hochul says roads are getting cleared and preparation led to minimal power outages This has been an historic storm without a doubt it is one for the record books And as someone who's from buffalo and has lived in upstate my entire life we've seen a lot of snow but when you hit 80 to 85 inches over the course of just a couple of days no event So as it has become the second snowiest November at the buffalo airport I'm Julie Walker

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Fresh "Snow" from WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

00:36 sec | 18 hrs ago

Fresh "Snow" from WBBM Newsradio

"Ordinary. On raw 53 in the northwest suburbs, we're now all clear, I 80 through Joliet looking good in northwestern Indiana. No, major delays, next traffic at 7 48 news radio 105 9. We're looking at some frosty spots in some icy spots in the online areas, but with sunshine a nice afternoon here by November standards up to 46 near 40 to 9 as it wind picks up tomorrow. We'll get up to 56, then rain may go over to some snow showers tomorrow night and Wednesday morning much colder Wednesday real field stay in the teens, 30 at O'Hare midway 31, the late fronts at 35, Gary's at 28. Justine divorce. At 7 40. Shelters in Kane county

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Dangerous lake-effect snow wallops northern New York state

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last week

Dangerous lake-effect snow wallops northern New York state

"It was a very snowy wedding for a couple in upstate New York who had the reception canceled but still got married Saturday Some areas around buffalo got more than 6 feet of snow prompting a driving ban and forcing rob Jung's wedding to Maria as a glos to take a slight detour There's nothing that was gonna stop me so I don't need anybody to be sorry We will get to So they have the ceremony but the reception hall had to reschedule He popped the question a year ago Buffalo hasn't had snow in November since 2014 And before that 2000 So we figured it was safe Zhang says they invited about a 180 a hundred guest canceled but others that had come in from as far as England made their special day I'm Julie Walker

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Fresh "Snow" from WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

00:34 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh "Snow" from WBBM Newsradio

"Blue Nile dot com. That's blue Nile dot com. At 7 15 time for the AccuWeather 5 day forecast sponsored by U line, here's meteorologist dean devore. You know, we're looking at this situation here this morning. There are going to be a few slick spots, especially in some of the allying areas aurora's temperature 21 this morning with quarter mile visibility. So it can be a little few slick spots out there and some frost in the outlying areas and it's cold close to the city too, a 30 31 at O'Hare and midway 35 of the lakefront, but as we get into the afternoon, not too bad temperatures later today we'll get up to a high about 46 with sunshine, clouds increased down to 40 tonight, mid 50s, windy and quite mild tomorrow, then here's a situation we've got to watch tomorrow night Wednesday morning we go from rain, maybe some rumbles to some snow showers, maybe some slick spots we would wake up Wednesday morning that wintry field continues acting with a real field temperature stay in the teens Wednesday afternoon, Thursday, quite as cold sunshine 36 and then back in the

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Dangerous lake-effect snow paralyzes parts of New York state

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

Dangerous lake-effect snow paralyzes parts of New York state

"Residents of northern New York State digging out Saturday morning from a dangerous Lake effect storm that had dropped more than 6 feet of snow in some areas and caused several deaths National weather service meteorologist Zach Taylor says the buffalo area is being hit the hardest with the highest snow totals in Orchard park 77 inches and that is storm total so far Other areas around buffalo have ranged anywhere from 20 to over 40 inches but there's quite a bit of areas on the south side of town that have seen anywhere from 40 to 60 inches of snow And he says it's not over yet This evening and through early next week we're expecting another round of Lake effect snow The NFL moving the Buffalo Bills Sunday home game against the Cleveland Browns to Detroit I'm Julie Walker

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Potentially dangerous storm moves into Buffalo, western NY

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Potentially dangerous storm moves into Buffalo, western NY

"Western New York is facing a potentially dangerous storm with lots of snow predicted I'm Lisa dwyer New York's governor declared a state of emergency for parts of western New York ahead of a potentially dangerous bout of Lake effect snow the national weather service forecast says there could be up to four feet of snow through Sunday which may paralyze the hardest hit communities including buffalo with periods of near zero visibility The state of emergency covers 11 counties with commercial truck traffic banned from a stretch of interstate 90 southwest of buffalo It's already snowing in Buffalo the National Football League says that the Buffalo Bills home game Sunday against the Cleveland Browns will be played in Detroit instead because of the weather I'm Lisa dwyer

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How Could Florida Count Votes Faster Than Nevada and Arizona?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:16 min | 2 weeks ago

How Could Florida Count Votes Faster Than Nevada and Arizona?

"And I want to talk about why I'm so annoyed and aggravated and really downright enraged. It's 22 million people here in Florida. 7 million people in Arizona. Harry Arizona. What the hell is wrong with you? Pardon my language. I don't feel too good. 7 million people in Arizona, more than three times that in Florida, and somehow Florida is able to count the ballots, short them all out, tabulate them and make an announcement. Oh, on election night. How is that? Who is that? Don't tell me it's because it wasn't that close in Florida. You mean if it's close, it takes longer to count the ballots? Oh, that's real reassuring. That's real reassuring. Well, if it's not close, we don't really count that carefully. Either count the ballots or you don't. Hey Maricopa County, what's wrong with you? Hey, Nevada, what's wrong with you? You know, we're still waiting on Las Vegas because there's never any corruption in Las Vegas. No. Yeah, Las Vegas. That's like the Gates of heaven right there. There's a pillar. There is pure as the driven snow in Vegas. They wouldn't do any cheating in Vegas or anything.

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Why Election Integrity Matters

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:10 min | 2 weeks ago

Why Election Integrity Matters

"Mentioned about the notion of there's fraud and there's fraud. And let me get into that here in just a second. And the phone number again is one 8 prager 7 7 6, but as we work our way through various election day issues, my questions for you, how do you think it's going to go? What do you think and we got this Arizona weirdness 20% of the tabulations going just something going squirrely in Maricopa County where Phoenix is just and everything just gets hyped up because of the trust that has been destroyed. By past indiscretions, past disconnects with the regular procedure. That's why we are not as a people in a trusting mood. Okay, you've heard this a dozen times and you're going to hear it for a 13th. Are you ready? When people go there, it's the cleanest election ever. It was pure as the driven snow. It was perfect. It was perfect. How dare you cast aspersions? And they say that there was no widespread fraud. It didn't have to be widespread in 2020. A few votes in a few states would throw those very states, Michigan, Pennsylvania, would throw them from Trump to Biden. So just a little bit of impropriety could go a long way. And what were those improprieties? Were they the kinds of fraud where a judge was ever going to bang a gavel on the bench and say, I hereby declare Trump absolutely one Arizona by a thousand votes. That was never going to happen. And so all of this, Sydney, Sidney Powell, Lin wood, craziness, and God bless them for, especially Sydney, known her of her for a long time. That was never going to work. But what was going to work was something that had origins right here in my state of Texas. And that was called the Texas challenge. It was our attorney general who will win today, Ken Paxton. And 17 or so other states going straight to the Supreme Court and saying something is rotten, something's rotten in Denmark. Something great in Denmark, Dennis prager is there, back tomorrow. But anyway, something's rotten in 17 states, at least.

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | Last month

The latest in sports

"AP sports time Josh rowntree a monster Monday night for Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs correspondent Greg eklund has more Kansas City tight end Travis Kelce caught four touchdown passes in the chief's 30 to 29 victory over the Las Vegas Raiders You know we started off a little slow Had some calls not go our way and not only us fired up at that entire stadium fired up and arrowhead had our backs so we just rally together and really really fought through that one After spotting the Raiders a 17 nothing lead Kelsey's third TD catch late in the third quarter put Kansas City in front for good 30 to 23 The Raiders scored their final touchdown with two 58 left on the game but a two point conversion attempt failed and the chiefs held on The Carolina Panthers fired head coach Matt rule Monday Rule was less than three years into a 7 year $62 million contract The Panthers are one in four on the year and lost the San Francisco 37 to 15 Sunday Rule was 11 and 27 during his time in Carolina defensive pass game coordinator Steve wilks was named the interim head coach Carolina also fired defensive coordinator Phil snow In baseball it was an off day for the MLB postseason for all teams with action set to resume Tuesday but there was some news The San Francisco Giants hired Houston assistant general manager Pete patella as their new GM Patella will replace Scott Harris who was hired as GM for the Detroit tigers last month In golf Dustin Johnson needed only 6 events to have a $30 million a year And he still has two events left with these Saudi funded lived golf tour even though he failed to finish in the top ten for the first time Johnson and clinched the inaugural live golf individual championship the two time major champion has already earned over $12 million winning the season points title comes with an $18 million bonus I'm Josh roundtree AP sports

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"snow" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

06:37 min | Last month

"snow" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"And we're back with Sam morrell. So back to the joke, the next part is, you say, we don't need to think piece every time. And then he said, but of course I read the article. And I think it's interesting. That's not a laugh line, but it's interesting thing to include, which is like, you implicate yourself in this joke. I'm part of the problem, man. I take click bait, I'm human. For sure. How do you balance being a conversational comedian being a joke writer? It's very interesting. You know, I used to work with the door Broadway and a lot of bad comics would go on stage, but when a good comic went on stage, I was like, damn, this guy, I remember Nick Griffin would go up and his jokes were so he did this rare thing. I don't know if you know his stuff, but he's very autobiographical. He's a joke guy. And it felt very conversational. I was like, wow, that's very rare to see a comic do that. And I kind of what I was trying to do. And yeah, I think it's a challenge to do, but I mean, I do a lot of crowd work on the road just at a boredom. I mean, dangerfield would do the crowd work, and because it was like, so you're like, I found ways to just kind of make it feel more like a conversation. So it wasn't just for them was for me too. I thought it was a better show. And when you start, you're just trying to hit the notes. And at a certain point, you get to play through like, well, if I mess this up, I'll save it. And once you get there, you're just very comfortable. And I think what I saw Nick do was he would say stuff. So many good jokes. I mean, he had so many his late night sets were phenomenal. His Letterman sets and I remember we did a joke where we said, no matter how bad you have it, there's always someone worse off than you, that's what my friend said to me. So now I'm depressed and worried about this other poor guy. Jokes like that, they didn't feel like jokes. It was like, my friend said this to me. It sounds like something you would say at a bar. So I love the idea that it was like, oh, I could say this to a friend of mine over drinks and he would laugh. Yeah. To go back to the joke. So it's not like he's making out with her while jacking off and the dwarves are filming. I assume there's like a variety of options there. That's a funny image to me. I don't know why that image made me laugh. It's so cartoonish. It's a cartoonish, it's a cartoon, the movie. But the image is so over the top. It's like almost when you are watching porn and you see you're looking at a porn website and you see Family Guy like naked Lois, and first off, who the hell is jerking off to this? Second off, it makes you kind of crack up a little that that exists. You see Marge getting ran by mo or something and you're like, who's this for? So I think the idea of like dwarves filming. This scenario was really, like I was just picturing sneezy holding a boom mic. And it just made me laugh. That image, cartoonish images, it's funny. And maybe you did it some nights, but is any part of you like a comedian to be like, well, I can talk about this as a shoot. Like, you know, you can go, it's a hole. It's a rabbit hole. You can kind of go down to patch and go down. You set up and the dwarves are filming. And then, and if there are filming, it's to be like this. And then you know it's like almost like a pattern oswalt thing where you're like, yeah. Then the joke is about this fantasy and then you forget what the original? Like, then you go down some weird lane, then you're like, wait, what was I talking? You go back in. Are they union? What's the nature of the relationship? But how do you do that? Do you want to do that? Do you try that? I never tried it. I kind of was like, I was trying to just figure out the ending, because I was like, but yeah, you're right. There probably was more meat on that bone, but I just, I kind of liked where it was. So you get to sort of the most, I would say like rhetorically pointed part of the joke, which is like, there's not a dude in prison being like Disney lied. And I wonder when you're thinking about those parts of it that are definitely the most like, this is a argument I'm either making either rhetorically or because I believe it, like, are you thinking about how it fits how the audience needs to be? And I also bring up that when you posted the joke online this part of the joke is not included. And that's for time. Yeah, that's what I do. But I was like, if we're going to cut any part, this is the part that is makes the least sense out of the context of your act. Probably, yeah. Well, look, I get annoyed a little bit. I think I just got annoyed that it blamed the movie in some sense. Look, maybe there's part of that, there's truth the other way too, where I do get annoyed. And I was kind of thinking about it, and I was like, and I was thinking, well, yeah, you know, you play 8 hours of video games a day. It's probably not great. I watched two minutes of porn, a day I don't feel good. So I understood. There is a relation to that. And I get why you're saying out of context that makes the least sense. And I think to me, I was just, that might have been the most emotional part of the bit when I was kind of like, I'm annoyed you're blaming this because I don't believe that it seeps into a kid's subconscious this part. The kids I knew who creeped me out, growing up, they weren't Snow White. You know what I mean? They were creepy outside of that. So I think about the kids who roofied in college, I was one of them I got roofied. To be clear, you got I got roofie. You shouldn't say clear enough that people are like, you're one of them. No. Yeah, no, I got roofied at a frat party, and it was meant for a woman, some guy tried to roof a woman and I took the drink and got ruthie and so those are the types of dudes I pictured as predators. And they weren't kids who were corrupted by a Disney movie. So I guess that explains that part. Before you get to the Prince Andrew part, you say, I'm not saying it's okay. And I just bring up those points because I want to know, you know, I like to think of the line as an actual line. The idea of the line. And it's like, how a comedian navigates it is like you're playing with the audience of where this is where he is politically. So there's now where he's politically or this is where he is on this side of the issue or that side of the issue. Well, anti rape isn't really a political point. Maybe these days. Casual, whatever it is, but the point is like saying I'm not saying, okay, is a move to be like, yeah. Is it a thing you put in intentionally? Of course. Yeah, yeah. I think without that line, the bit could get bro Y. You know what I mean? I think when you don't add certain lines, I'm very ridden with my stand up. I will work jokes out, not written. I will explore on stage, but when it's the final cut, I think of

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"snow" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

02:37 min | Last month

"snow" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"Yeah, yeah, you know? I think you learn how to bring yourself to a joke, so it's not just a joke joke book. Yeah, I think that is, I always say that people assume that one liner comedians, which are not, but like joke writing comedians have less of a persona on stage than the people who do longer bits. Yeah, I was like, they actually have to have more. And it has to be so clear that you can't tell much hyper joke without doing it as cadence and his voice. And it's the same thing here, which is like, Sam, oh, he's gonna say something. It's that thing of especially it's a persona joke, right? It's not like that's not funny, just being like, and I was like, all right, this is being like, but it is like, that ramping up feeling, I think, they're laughing after like we're on board, ultimately is what they're saying. Exactly. I think most people, I mean, that's the funny thing is I think most people would say, I think if you're like, are you for cancel culture? I think most people just say no. I think most people say I'm against it. So I think it's an easy, it's an easy way to get people on board because I think already they're kind of against it and then I'm bringing up a pretty absurd example of this. So I think that's the point of the joke is to get them on board. With a thing that most people would be annoyed with, you know? Yeah, I think and it really is the disconnect is already aware. They're like, he's talking about Snow White. Whatever is about to Snow White with this guy. But without being happy about it, right? You can see a comedian, a worse comedian, years in where the audience is so on board, milking the and I was like, all right, and then that's it. I'm about to follow those guys. And it's like, they're just kind of playing to the crowd, like, man, sometimes you follow like a Florida murderer. And they're just like, you know what I fucking hate? Young people. And it like murders and you're just like, I mean, I'm gonna bomb. He has given him everything they want. So that's the problem when you feed him too hard. And look, I will watch not too much comedy because you don't want to seep in, but I'll watch enough that, you know what really bugged me during the me too, during the me too movement, like the start of it, how many comics, male comics were making really shitty jokes about it. That bug me. So I opened one of my specials like 7 minutes of me too jokes that I thought, I haven't heard any of these angles before. Let me do this. It's a good time to be alive. Great time to be a man. Right? The bar is nice and low. It's nice. I was with a girl the other night. She said, I don't think we should have sex. I was like, oh, that's cool. And then she goes, wow, you're a great guy.

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Benny Johnson Weighs in on the Left 'Getting Rid of Hurricanes'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:33 min | 2 months ago

Benny Johnson Weighs in on the Left 'Getting Rid of Hurricanes'

"Benny, I don't know if you heard this or not, but Democrats are now running on the promise that if we elect them in November, they're going to get rid of hurricanes. Amy Klobuchar cut 66. The snow woman herself says, you put Democrats in power, we're going to get rid of hurricanes. Play cut 66. We just did something about climate change for the first time in decades. That's why we've got to win this as that hurricane bears down on Florida. We got to win in the midterms. We understand that we got to win Benny because Democrats will make hurricanes go away. Yeah, so you had a segment so seconds ago you were talking about someone who emailed you and said that, you know, people in Russia are now believing in God. Man, nothing will make you believe in God more than a witnessing this, this kind of a storm. And the kind of the magnitude of nature itself, it really does make you feel small in comparison. It is something that has been happening forever here. Every one of my neighbors is flipped through tons of hurricanes. Obviously, this is something that normally happens in Florida. It hasn't hit Tampa in quite a while, but these people are simply hedonists, right? They don't believe in God. So they believe that they can control the weather. They say this all the time. Barack Obama says he's going to lower the waters, right? Well, right before he builds his mansions on the right on the water. That's right. Maybe that's because he has the power to lower, but it's just classic hedonism, man. Claiming that we're in charge of nature and that we are God on this earth and, you know, nothing will make you believe in God more than standing in the middle of hurricane.

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Americans Struggle Through Biden Inflation

The Officer Tatum Show

05:29 min | 2 months ago

Americans Struggle Through Biden Inflation

"Maybe this is your Monday. I carries you to have a good week. How do you have a good week? Positive thinking. What is positive thinking is not just running your mouth is believing what you say. That's positive thinking. If you say I am going to have a great week, you feel that your week is going to be great. You anticipate a great week or a weekend. You will see that come to fruition. The article says, a lady named star Parker says when will low income Americans stop looking to the government, new pole data from Gallup shows Americans are not having an easy time through this period of raising prices. A rising prices, I'm sorry. According to Gallup, 56% of Americans say now that rising prices are causing severe or moderate hardship. Drilling down, we see that the hardship is not shared equally. Amongst low income households, those with incomes less than $48,000 a year, 74% report that they are experiencing hardship amongst middle class households with income of 48,000 to 40 9000 a year, 63% report hardship and amongst the upper income 90,000 and above, only 40% report experiencing hardships. So clearly we can see that the poor you are the harder your life is going to be. When I say poor, the less money you make. I don't say poorer. Because poor is a mentality. And also poor is a priority. Some people got $48,000. There's plenty of money. You know, and to be honest, if think about it like this, this one says household income. Well, I'm assuming that only one person working if y'all making 48,000 a year. If two people working and you making 48,000 a year, I don't y'all must be doing law and work under the table because I don't know what job will pay you less than I don't even know what the hourly rate would be to make $20,000 a year. I mean, I guess those jobs are out there. However, if you find yourself in a predicament, you better not be having kids. You better wait. And so you have enough money because then you're going to go to poverty. Because $48,000 could probably take care of us from growing people. And you ain't got to go to a steakhouse and you ain't got to get a TV. You don't even need a TV. Go buy some books and read. You don't need a car, get a public transportation, get you a bicycle. Even in the winter time, it's a guy in my church. Now I know everybody ain't built like this, but it was a guy at my church. He used to walk four miles each way to work. In the snow, they were in like Colorado somewhere. He saw four miles to work every day and then while four miles home. And did complain one time. How much 10,000 hour get you at? Oh, 20 grand, you'll be $10 an hour. I don't even, yeah, yeah. That would be interesting. So $10 an hour would get you what 20,000 a year for 40 hour a week work week. So two people making $10 an hour would get you around 40,000 a year. And I don't even know a job to pay you $10 an hour. And to be honest, listen, let me say this. And then I'm going to get on to my point. But I think people need to not be as entitled. Because if you are making $10 an hour, you need to stay with other people who are also making money that's around your range. If four of y'all get an apartment, three of y'all get an apartment, you go move in with your mama and them, you go move in with some family members, you will fare better. You know, right across the street from my grandma's house, there was a Hispanic family that moved in there. And I swear there was like 15 of them in the living in one house. And like ten of them were adults. And I don't know how they did it because their house was probably 600 ft². But then before you know it, now they got the house next door and then they split it up because what I was told that they did what I was told that they did was they live in a house and they stack money and then they bought another house in their family. They've been in the house and they continue to keep our houses until all the family can move out and have a relatively equal space to live and they partnered on it initially to grow their family wealth enough to purchase houses and live a better life. If you looking for somebody who will hold you tight who will walk you to your doorstep each and every night this is the officer Tatum show. And afraid to tell it like it is.

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Jim Serger on Life's Pivotal, Uniting Moments

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:31 min | 2 months ago

Jim Serger on Life's Pivotal, Uniting Moments

"You sense from your rotting of this book that maybe this was an interest that hopefully there'll be a remembrance because right now, you know, someone who served in Congress, someone who's been around we're divided right now and whether people want to admit it, not admit it, whatever we're divided. What about these stories? Do you think maybe could help some of the younger people who didn't have a member so that unity coming together? And also for some of us who are older to remind us of this. That's funny you should say that because I interviewed a college student. He is 20 years old. Oh, wow. And I said, what does 9 11 mean to you? He said, in the day, I was in a crib that my parents house. So I have any recollection of 2001. He said, but when I entered kindergarten, first grade second grade, I remember saying the Pledge of Allegiance, I remember saying a prayer for them, all the fallen soldiers, first responders. So in his story, it wasn't about the day, it was about what happened the years on September 11th after that that he remembers as a young man growing up. And that's funny you touch base on that because my daughter is a senior in high school. As a matter of fact, I was talking with somebody yesterday that's a little bit older than her. Maybe a little bit younger than your daughter. And she thinks that COVID was kind of like that because she remembered going to work and then all of a sudden the next day they said, don't come to work. We are shut down out of the clear blue. And she's like, what am I doing? And so she correlated that day when America's shut down to maybe this day. Is it the same? Absolutely not. But it's the same thing for them. It's something that resonates with them. So the older generation, you know, my father used to talk about Pearl Harbor from his dad. Right. And whatever my grandpa communicated to my dad is what my dad communicated to me. Right. And then Kennedy was assassinated just like you referred to. I have to hear that first thought from my dad because that was 1963. I wasn't even born yet. My dad remembers going home. They were all dismissed from the Catholic school hearing from Cincinnati. So everybody went home. And back then, you all walked, so it didn't matter if you had school buses back then. Everybody trudged through snow on November 22nd anyway. So it didn't really matter. But he remembers where it was. And then the challenger explosion that happened when I was a freshman in high school, I remember being in that moment. So everybody has those pivotal moments in their lives as Americans that unites us or makes us open up the communication airways more.

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Zombie ice from Greenland will raise sea level 10 inches

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Zombie ice from Greenland will raise sea level 10 inches

"A study has found Greenland's rapidly melting ice sheet will eventually raise the global sea level by at least 10.6 inches more than twice as much as previously forecast The reason behind the dramatic climb is zombie ice doom dice that whilst still attached to thicker areas of ice is no longer getting replenished by parent glaciers now receiving less snow study co author William colgan a glaciologist at the geological survey of Denmark and Greenland says without replenishment the doomed ice is melting and will inevitably raise seas the ten inches in the study is more than twice as much sea level rise as scientists had previously expected from the melting of Greenland's ice sheet I'm Charles De Ledesma

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The Things You Are Paying for at Colleges

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:00 min | 3 months ago

The Things You Are Paying for at Colleges

"Should we have to pay for the gender studies majors and the goat yoga people? Is that a thing? It's a thing. Google it. It's a thing. There are some schools that are actually advertising infinity pools. You say, what is an infinity pool? Those are rooftop pools that make it look like you're going to swim over the edge. Which is a little bit. These are you would expect that at some sort of a high end posture resort, not the local university or college. But this is what they're doing. They're squandering our tax money. Who needs to go on a vacation when you can just go to college? Yes. Just do the actual campus that is. No, exactly. I mean, when you look at all the buildings going up, we're paying for all of that stuff. That's true. Michigan technical Michigan technological university. They have a campus on campus, ski resort. A 112 acres of ski friendly terrain. Pomona college. They have an annual ski beach day. They actually have buses that take the college kids to the beach and a mountain resort for fun in the snow and the ocean. Oh, that sounds like a lovely day. Boston University looks some of these schools are private, I get it. Boston University, 26 story glass dorm, a condo with private bathrooms, walk in closets, and you get your own complimentary flat screen TV. Pretty snazzy. The university of Missouri. You guys have a lazy river that runs through campus. There's also a sauna and Whirlpool, hot tubs, and an on campus beach club. There's also a racquetball court and various other full courts where endless games. This is unbelievable stuff here. The university of Wisconsin in Madison. The student union has a bowling alley, art gallery climbing wall, billiard hall,

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The latest in sports news

AP News Radio

01:58 min | 4 months ago

The latest in sports news

"8 piece sports time David Schuster a light schedule in Major League Baseball action on Monday but the first place mets in the national league east they were in action and our Mike man Q fills us in The mets continued their winning ways with a 5 to one victory over the reds with 13 wins in their last 15 games the 71 and 39 mets lead the braves by 7 games in the national league east Chris Bassett tossed 8 innings for his 9th win Starling Marte a two run first inning Homer for the mets against Cincinnati's Justin Dunn who took the loss Over in Baltimore the red hot Orioles made it 6 wins in 7 games with a 7 four victory over Toronto four home runs for the Orioles including one by Austin Hayes We're going out expecting to win every game so I think we've been in this mindset now for the last couple months and we're just continuing to play good baseball Meanwhile out in Seattle the Yankees got back in the win column they snapped their 5 game losing skid They defeated the mirror nurse 9 to four and Philip gon fills us in on San Diego and San Francisco Alex would allow just three hits over 6 and a third innings as the San Francisco Giants as the San Diego Padres one to nothing The giant starter would out dual padre started Blake snow who allowed a run on 6 hits in 5 and two thirds innings The Padres have now lost 5 straight games and saw their lead over Milwaukee for the final playoff spot cut to just one game Pro basketball news Kevin Durant reiterated to Brooklyn Nets ownership that he wants to be traded and let's changes are made in the organization College football news Alabama Ohio State and Georgia They are the top three teams in the preseason coaches poll Meanwhile at Oklahoma assistant coach kale Gundy resigned after he was found to use repeated racially charged language and antennas Serena Williams still coming back from injury she won her first match in over a year at a tournament in Toronto I'm David Shuster AP sports

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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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The Soviet Spies' Depths of Evil With David Adams Cleveland

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:30 min | 5 months ago

The Soviet Spies' Depths of Evil With David Adams Cleveland

"I'm talking to David Adams Cleveland at the author of a brand new book novel gods of deception and David, you were just making a point and we had to cut you off. Please forgive me and go back to that point. Just to give you some idea about the depths of evil that were perpetrated by the Soviet spies in the American government, besides Alger Hiss, Alger Hiss, by the way, on the way back from yalta, stopped in Moscow for one day with elements of the American delegation. And in a secret ceremony he was taken aside by the head of Soviet intelligence and given the order of the red star for his contributions to Soviet intelligence. That's just for beginners. But here's something even more astonishing that Americans need to know about the level, the depth of evil. That was going on at this time. There was a Soviet spy at the upper echelons of the Treasury Department by the name of Harry Dexter white. Well, in 1941, the summer of 1941, Harry Dexter white was approached by his Soviet handler. Victor pavlov was his name, same name as the guy that had the salivating dog. Victor pavlov. And he wanted to meet with Harry Dexter white at old app, it's grill in Washington, D.C., right off the Treasury Department. And Pablo says I'm going to meet you there. I'm going to have a copy of The New Yorker with me. You'll recognize me. They'd never met before. They sit down. They have lunch. And pavlov pushes a piece of paper across the table to Harry Dexter white and he says, I want you to read this and put it to memory. And white picks up the paper and reads it and nods and says, yes, I understand. What that was on that piece of paper was what the Soviets called operation snow. It was a plan to, for the U.S. to ratchet up the pressure on Japan. In summer of 1941, that is embargoes on oil and raw materials, where the idea of pressuring the Japanese so that instead of invading north in the Siberia where they'd been fighting with the Soviets for a number of years, that Japan would be forced to go south.

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Outside Yellowstone, flooded towns struggle to recover

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 5 months ago

Outside Yellowstone, flooded towns struggle to recover

"Yellowstone National Park will partially reopen Wednesday more than a week after floodwaters devastated parts of it along with surrounding areas Park officials say the south loop will open with limited visitors but the north loop is expected to remain closed through the summer if not longer along with one of the major entrances to the park through Montana Yellowstone also spans parts of Wyoming and Idaho the closure will deprive visitors from seeing tower fall and Lamar valley officials say it could take years in cost more than a $1 billion to repair the flood damage from the rainfall coupled with melting snow towns surrounding the park were also devastated by the floodwaters and now the areas that rely heavily on tourism are taking a financial hit I'm Julie Walker

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"snow" Discussed on The Story Of

The Story Of

02:51 min | 11 months ago

"snow" Discussed on The Story Of

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"snow" Discussed on The Story Of

The Story Of

02:03 min | 11 months ago

"snow" Discussed on The Story Of

"Days? Used to mean something? On days where there was possible snow. The local weather forecaster would be all excited and he teased you all night long. Every show you watch that night. During every commercial break, the last 5 seconds would be dedicated to a giddy weatherman saying we are tracking a winter storm across parts of the Midwest and will there be school tomorrow? We'll have your list updates at 6. And you'd be like, oh, fuck, I gotta find out. I gotta watch that shit to find out if I will get out of 8 hours of school by a God given miracle tomorrow, then it's 6. They would start with local crime, bullshit stories 'cause they knew they had you. You're like, yeah, yeah. A prison escape, I get it. Then when the weather finally came on, and even though the head anchor directly asked the weather man about the snow, they would not give a straight answer. They'd be like, snow is going to start falling overnight at 3 a.m. which could accumulate anywhere from three to ten inches, so check back in the morning on Jeff 41. With the latest up to date school, closings. Before you went to bed, you'd look out the window one last time. Straining your eyes to see even one poor excuse for a flurry. A tiny start the snowpocalypse that would keep you from having to go to school the next day. And of course there was no flurry. Because the snow is supposed to start at three and it's like 9 30 that you're going to bed. So there'd be nothing. The house I grew up in was built in 1886, and the front door was a beautiful, old door. And I had watched my dad paint an unattractive green. It had a mesmerizing stained glass feature in a pattern that sometimes I think I can still make out when my eye floaties align in just the right way. Of course I can't be sure because if you try to focus on your eye floaties, they zip across your area of focus into your peripheral vision. Then you try to look there and they zip across and it's fucking maddening.

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"snow" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

02:51 min | 11 months ago

"snow" Discussed on On The Media

"Has this elaborate display of fake snow. 8 years ago, she went to write an article about it. And she had a pretty good idea of what she thought. Look at the palm trees, full of fake snow. This is so ridiculous. To have fake snow in here. And this is stupid. And why are people coming to see this, oh my God. And there was this woman who came from oh my gosh, that's like an hour or so a little bit less than an hour to someone. She was with her two kids. And I was like, look at this woman. How could she come from Macau with her two girls? They are supposed to be in school. And to see the fake no, how could people do this? The woman explained that she grew up in New York. The daughter of that generation of Puerto Ricans who moved to the states in the 40s and 50s, who would have told their cousins about the beautiful snow at Christmas. In the 70s, many of them moved back to the island and brought their U.S. born kids with them. And she told me, well, I have no money to take my daughters to New York to show them how my Christmas. So this is the only chance I get to share with them. This very special memory of my childhood and every time I remember that I.

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"snow" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

02:09 min | 11 months ago

"snow" Discussed on On The Media

"Coming up after the break, a snowball fight. This is la reggae..

"snow" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

01:45 min | 11 months ago

"snow" Discussed on On The Media

"On the podcast's death sex and money, we are not afraid of hard conversations. If you thought back and wish you'd gone to a different industry. I could only regret it if I felt guilty of something. Listen to death sex and money wherever you get your podcasts. Listener supported WNYC studios. This is on the media's midweek podcast. I'm Brooke gladstone. You may remember that around this time last year. We broadcast a series of stories about Puerto Rico. The show named la brea, or in English, the struggle is hosted by former OTM producer Alana Casanova Burgess, and this winter she produced another story in the series about an unusual winter occurrence. For several years in the early 1950s, Puerto Rico received snow right around Christmas. Here's Alana. Many years later, as he sat for an interview, Ignacio Rivera was to remember that distant mourning when his father took him to discover snow in San Juan. I thought that it was almost impossible for me to have seen snow, but at that time it was something that came from the moon, something strange, you know, like going to Mars, something out of the imagination. It had been announced in all the newspapers. Snow was coming. It was the early 1950s. Ignacio was around 8 years old, living with his parents in barrio over. From watching movies and I know.

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"snow" Discussed on The Media Show

The Media Show

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"snow" Discussed on The Media Show

"I really wanted to be a troublemaker. I wanted to change things. I mean, after I was sent down from university, I had to find something to do. And I went to work in a day center for homeless and vulnerable teenagers. And I stayed there for three years and it kind of taught me everything I hadn't learned at that point. So how come you're sitting with me now on the media show? You did become a journalist. Well, I did. And I wish I could have said I'd worked for the BBC, and that that made the transformation, but actually, despite pining to work for the BBC, I never have been invited. But still time, John. But, of course, in that time, the invention of independent radio of commercial radio was hatched, and the first station on air was LBC, London broadcasting. And I applied for a job there. For some reason, I think probably yes, probably the thought Peter snow, John snow. Well, he may be our own John snow of your right and they've got their own Peter snow. That'll make sense. And I had three years journalism really because sadly the IRA went wild and were bobbing their way across London. And the lucky thing was that I rode a bicycle, and so I got to the seat of the crime. Often before anyone else was anywhere near it. And all I had to find was somewhere to lock my bike up, and otherwise I had my tape recorder on my shoulder and dive straight in. And across if you're getting raw amazing revealing stuff, right there on the ground. It is much more powerful, even if it's not as good. It may not be great journalism, but it was very powerful radio, and people felt they were in the heart of it, and he were therefore thought to be a very good reporter, even though probably was a terrible reporter. You took over as channel four news news reader from Peter sissons after he absconded to the BBC. Was that always your end goal to read the news?.

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"snow" Discussed on The Media Show

The Media Show

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"snow" Discussed on The Media Show

"Of the most famous faces in broadcasting. John snow has been the face of the program since 1989. Over the course of three decades he has grilled every prime minister from Margaret Thatcher up to and including Theresa May, he drew the iconic words let bygones be bygones from Nelson Mandela, he shared a plane with Idi Amin reported on wars in Iran and crises in Vietnam. And it's not all been hard news. He has danced and sang on TV and even got stoned on camera. But he's also been accused of being too partisan of having political views that were too obvious and which undermine the network's impartiality. And so, at a time when the future of channel four is up for grabs, his words have come under unprecedented scrutiny. Jon Snow, welcome to the media show, and I guess before we start the first question is, you've got a few days left at channel four news, hoping for an interview with Boris Johnson? I'm absolutely standing ready and I have every hope that that phone call will come and I'll suddenly be able to say I've literally interviewed every prime minister since I started. And that would be your last scoop on California. Hey, what? Before we get stuck in, I just want to get one thing clear, which is how you see yourself. We know how we see you. But how do you see yourself? Do you see yourself as a newsreader first and foremost? Are you a reporter, digging for original journalism who just happens to read the news? I see myself as lucky. And on top of that, I'm a reporter. I am, I have nothing else, no other responsibility than to tell stories to tell the truth and to interrogate. Because you love being on the road, don't you? Oh, I love being on the road. That's the, that's the, that's the real arena of retrieving information and ideas and stories.

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"snow" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"snow" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

"Is kate snow at. I'm so happy to share with you. A conversation that i had with ben platt as part of my series the drink ben of course known for his tony award winning performance as evan in deer. Evan hansen on broadway. But did you know that. He's been acting since he was five years old. Ben talks with me about reprising. The role of evan in the film version of dear. Evan hansen. y'all so tells me how he was able to deliver such a powerful performance night after night. When he was on broadway and ben maybe eyeing a return to the stage sometime soon you can hear so many more stories of success from top artists entrepreneurs and visionaries. You can find it all at. Www dot nbc news dot com slash. The drink i love life performance more than anything and so both in terms of original music. An returning to the theater to broadway. Hopefully at some point soon. That's that's a huge something that i see in my future and we way hopefully returning to broadway sometime soon. That's going to get all your fans attention. Hello there all right. what's your drink. It's slightly boring but it's very healthy. It's just a matter. I mean i'm just gonna say that. Jane goodall had whiskey and repent martini and we had khumbu and smoothies. Water might be the most boring drink. We've we've had. But i get at least i have exciting nails to make up for the boring water. He let me see those. I noticed those at the met gala. Oh cavs those are exciting. You were there all decked out in delta yes indeedy. I was a christian callen before little gay cowboy on the big question. Ben is always. You've won a tony right. An emmy a grammy. Your twenty seven yes. How on earth did that happen by the age twenty seven. How'd you get here a number of things. i mean. i think the earliest reason for my being errors. That i had a wonderful family that really supported my love of the and of singing and performing and also that my siblings before me had already been doing musical theater at the youth program when i was born so once i was old enough to join like four or five started doing cinderella and oliver and all of those great kids musicals and fell just deeply in love with performing your father's a musical producer rates so evil and you're from la. I think some people might go wait. So was it one of those like you were forced into child acting. You know what. I mean yes. Of course i'm actually understand but if anything because my father's in the business he knows what unfortunately terrible business it can be an how deeply terrifying can be. They're always very cautionary in very realistic. About what i was getting myself into. And i think when he and my mom saw that not only did. I have a deep deep love for it but i really had an ability. End an affinity for it to go along with that. Date import. You do it all through high school. And then am i right that you moved to new york to go to columbia university. Yes so i finished on. How long did that last. Not very long. I lasted about six and a half seven weeks to the end of october. At which point. It was fortunate enough to be constant in book of mormon Which was opening a new company chicago at the time and so i couldn't pass up the opportunity to originate all new company. And so i. I left to do that. Been on this roller coaster. Since then it's worked out okay. I think all right when you went in for a reading of durban hanson. Did you know right away like did you have a moment like this is for me. Yes it always opened with. Evans kind of stream-of-consciousness when he's trying to write this letter and thinking about all the ways in which the day could go wrong and dislike run on anxiety filled comedic kind of lovable rhythm that i felt really connected to and then on top of that was waiting through windows for song. Which was there from the very first day. And i think that really was when i sang that song and really felt Just a deep connection not only vocally and stylistically but in terms of what's being expressed in indicated in that song. I think when i was finished singing i felt this. I i have to make myself invalid with your. I can't ever let the scope. I sing. And i know how hard it is to sing. I mean every night and you're not just seeing you're like laying barriers soul. I mean you're crying and singing at the same time it physically. How did you do that. Water is a big that. I did that water and then also i think just i was blessed to have material that really called for that giving that much of myself. I got to experience firsthand. The way that it literally saved people's lives and started conversations and really make people feel seen and heard in like a really deep kind of universal way and so i think if there were ever nights where i was like how am i going to get up on stage and do this again. Or how am i going to put my body this again. It was reading a letter that i got nor reminding looking on on social media in hearing someone who was coming to show for the first time. Just reminding myself that it's so much bigger than my own experience. He even when the dog comes crashing through when you need a friend to carry do when you're rogue at all you be a really is about mental health right and his anxiety and acceptance and so many different themes that are tough. Yes relatable to to everyone. I i also wondered. How much of you is. evan hansen. Or how much. Evan hansen is you. I think yes. And no. I think more so when i was playing him on stage. The most important thing we share. Which is what makes the story the most meaningful for me on this experience for me that i struggled with anxiety for my whole life particularly in as an adult i think having that shared baseline so it's Is always what makes me feel the most connected to him. And i think in in coming back to it for the film the biggest difference that i really tried to apply to sort of protect myself was to maintain a healthy distance. Between who he hasn't miam- what do you want people to take from the movie on the most basic level. I just hope it's a nice escape on on on a deeper level. I hope it makes people feel connected and reminds us of our shared humanity. There's been a lot of talk about your age a lot of like. Oh he's twenty seven. He's playing a high school kid. How are you processing all that. I'm trying my best to tune it out because there's nothing i can do about how old i am. I'm very privileged in very grateful that i was given the opportunity to preserve the role in that the director in the studio deemed mike performance or the of of the film version in. So i all. I can do is play a character in when i'm playing a character. There's all sorts of things about myself. That are not like who i am. You know. i'm way a little less or address a little differently or my ears little earlier and in this particular case. I'm someone younger than i am. And that's my job as an actress to play things that are not like me. Flipside as you're twenty seven years old you've won all these major awards. You achieved a lot. So where do you go from here. You know i would love to continue to make ritual music and perform mireslav music. I love.

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"snow" Discussed on Disney Stories for Kids

Disney Stories for Kids

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"snow" Discussed on Disney Stories for Kids

"Ends keep one thing in mind. The best gifts are the dwarf sneezy said and dunedin's happy said no. It's definitely chickens and hens bashful suggested quietly pens. The dwarf grumpy couldn't believe is yours and he said what's wrong with you fellas. The answer is friends. snow white said your right. I love my new necklace but the best part of today was the time we spent together. Friends are the greatest gift of all all. The door cheered and finally. The story ends full of happiness. Thank you little children for listening to the friendship forever story we will come back again with.

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"snow" Discussed on Disney Stories for Kids

Disney Stories for Kids

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"snow" Discussed on Disney Stories for Kids

"It was the first time the newlyweds would be apart. The prince. organize an interesting game to make this trip. Very interesting and fun for snow white. And all the dwarfs the prince said to snow white. I'll be home soon. And he added in the meantime. I've left an envelope for you on the well. It's the first clue in a treasure hunt in the end. Find a special gift. The clue was one in plain sight dwarfs gathered around as snow white. Open the envelope. Snow white said. I wonder what the gift will be. Then she read. The clue allowed kant. Leave you or kiss or even a hug. So here is a clue. Look under the dwarf. Sneezy cried i know the prince left the next clue under a bug. Sneezy quickly left with everyone in the garden. Snow white and the dwarfs looked under ladybugs. Spiders butterflies beetles and very carefully bumble bees. But they didn't find anything. Snow white said actually it would be pretty hard to hide a clue under a bug. The door of happy suggested where it's hidden under something. That sounds like bug under jug. The dwarf grumpy said no he must have meant under a mug to the kitchen but as the dwarf searched inside grumpy dipped over. Dopey to dwarf doc scolded crawling on. The floor is someone else's castle is bad manners. I mean it's very bad manners. Snow white off the dwarf. Dopey whatever are you doing to be. Dopey crawled out from under the carpet and held up an envelope. Snow white clapped her hands with excitement and said under the rug. Oh dopey your genius snow white. Read the clue. Hooray we found it easy. When you try now in the kitchen just lift up. The pie shouted all the doors at the same time. Searching had given them quite an appetite. sure enough. The next clue was hidden underneath the pipe lead. I snow white served. Everyone a big piece of freshly baked goose berry pie. Then while they were eating she read. The next clue put on a smile. It's time to frown. You and find the next clue in your royal snow white thought for a moment and she guessed my royal gown kids need wholesome snacks to fielder. Active bodies and imaginations like delicious soft baked cliff kids e bar with energizing whole grains organic oats and in flavors kids love. It's the perfect portable snack or blasting off to space on the swings. Recess or exploring the unchartered schoolyard with fellow. Adventurers grab a box of clip kids bar snacks today because imagination needs fuel. Learn more at cliff. Kit dot com. Do you and your family loves mickey mouse. Do you and your family love minnie mouse. Do you and your family loves to have fun if you answered. Yes then you're gonna love disney junior's new series mickey mouse funhouse mickey mouse. Funhouse is a fantastic place where anything can happen. Funny is a magical playhouse. Who takes mickey minnie in their powell's on adventures to anywhere. Join funny mickey. Many in pals for all new adventures and watch the new series on disney junior dwarfs all nodded in agreement and quickly finished off their pie in snow white's dressing room. The dwarf searched through gown after gown after gown but there was no clue to be found. The dwarf sneezy said sadly now we'll never find snow white's gift grumpy noticed one door bashful standing in the corner grumpy off the dwarf bashful. Why aren't you searching snow. White said why he doesn't have to. He's wearing my royal crown. That must be. The clue is bashful took off the crown and inside was the clue. The gift is almost yours. My my this game has flown. There's one thing left to do. Go look upon your. The dwarf sneezy offered stone grumpy said that's silly. It must be bone soon. All the doors were shouting out their ideas corn cologne trombone. As the dwarfs guest snow white realized someone was missing. She asked wiz dorf sleepy. They all set off to look for him but he wasn't in the dining room off in the kitchen off in the great hall. Snow white was starting to get worried when she heard us. Nor from the royal throne room. The door of happy cried. I found him. The doha sleepy was sound asleep on snow. White throne snow white whispered. That's the answer to the clue. Go look upon your throne. Dorf grumpy grumped. So where's the gift. That dwarf doc said right. There look sitting at the very top of snow white's thrown way to birds holding something that sparkled to everyone's surprise. The birds flew down and placed a delicate necklace around. Snow white's nick. The gift was a stunning heart-shaped ruby on a golden chain snow. White said why. It's the color of love. Doc saw that snow white was holding something else and he cried. The birds left a note. Snow white open the envelope and read aloud. Yes jews are lovely but as this hunt.

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"snow" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

Deck The Hallmark

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"snow" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark

"Real bad. Hopefully that's not the pitch deck. She made no this all known and then again it is easier amy acker character. Yeah all these. You don't have to worry about the this you're good to go. Amy acker shows up right before supposed to start with me soapies in the play. She's that we're gonna get a terrible seat. Sixty seats in the place and her friend has a seat saved on the front row. She's like oh thank goodness she goes up there and her friend says now mind you. There's maybe sixty seats in here. I've been here since two pm. What she says. I've been here since the starts at four. She'll like it was immoral movie. Get a front row seat for sophie. Dancing around is a snowflake for like ten minutes. I also was confused by that. I made sense of it in my mind. Like shirley she must be a part of like she may be. She's the director. Maybe she's involved in some way you just had. She's wanna get that front row seat two hours early two hours early. This vowel early when star wars came back. I just telling you the longest. I've ever I got see a dark night. I'm max they didn't there was before reserve. Cdc two thousand eight. Believe dark knight. In the i max and i worked not middle of the night ten thirty or three. Am to nine am for shift. I did something else during the day. I got dark knight tickets the following night. And i got there four hours early and i was not the first one in line. I was fifth personal on four hours early. And i just had to sit. There brought crossword puzzles. My longest star wars episode seven because it was also before reserved in greenville. At least and you had to get there you had to get seats. But i got to star wars for mine. I got there two hours early and we were good. We got the seats. i wanted. And you're with me but you saw it before twice in one night Yeah and i waited two hours. Think i waited in line. Probably three dork nine two hours for both the first time and then i i walk up i right so this is safe. Yeah this was saved but dark night. I max that was the only and he was shot on i. Max those on the only imax within like till chicago so whatever four hours away and legit like was just gonna get a good seat not going to get a bad scene. The max and i went four hours early. And we're gonna meet me there later. And i vote in the first point i was going to be the first one in line. Nope people in front of me. How many four people in from me. I was a fifth person. And how long have they been waiting. I chev asked him. I should've but the theater hadn't even been open that long. We have surprised we actually have him on the line today. Oh my goodness people that were in front of me at dark. I'm ex in line. What's your name is tina. Tina how did we get a hold of your information. Who found who he found me. Why is this for you if you look. I talk down to your resume. To how long did you wait in line for thirty. So you're there thirty minutes before me. Remembering yes i okay. Wow that sound great. Your wife walked. That i said that guy out kicked cup. Yeah that's true. That's true but she was not with me when i got there in line and say what she showed up. I was keeping an eye on. Who's now do you follow him afterwards. No no now tell me. She showed up before the movie. Can you tell me the name of the theater. That was installs place thirty. It was not win place thirty. That's been there though i've not. I don't know what that is. That's a fake name. Rick you may not have been the person in front of me stills house thirteen never been. You've never been to winston's house thirty. Wait till i tell you what they're showing later. Back to back showings of back to the future but refers i so in place third place thirty. Your accent is unique. Love a car in south carolina us. Yes sir. I was in saint louis when i saw the movie. I'm from south carolina as well as their house thirty. Those i went up there or a future to back to back but reverse. There's three of those no the first one back to back you so you can start at the end that i don't know why you would do. That sounds like a terrible idea. We have tickets to go late right. Teen is tina in the studio with those. I call you. Had her on them in the crowd also fina. There were four people in front of me. Where is it all all of you there. Yeah okay you whom with you michael mattie move michael mattie and move your move for all of how you doing good talk. He couldn't do it with those who has classic move for move. I don't know why people don't like the bit. They always work winston's house thirty. Were we you on your wait. What so yeah. let's see. oh yeah i am. Shocked and appalled at how long it takes to brain. Trust to make a pitch deck. I just like its offensive. It is just brand makes a pitch deck. Because i don't make can. Brain makes them under an hour under an hour. They are working for weeks on a wire. Deals always okay. So maybe it's the way what is us how much you put on that all tax. Yeah no pictures alter alternate and it's like six point font there so cool you. No one's gonna ask us how we started the podcast and so.

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"snow" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"snow" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Despite its claims. President biden is no moderating political force. Who do you think setting the agenda. It's not president biden. It's democrats in the house. And senate joe biden is simply along for the ride. He's the ideal political front man for this gender with his talk of unity and his anti-trump persona but he's not shaping legislation he's basically signing on to what ever the progressive left tells him he needs to support for now. At least there's also not much of an opposition with few exceptions. The media are marching in lockstep supportive. Whatever the democrats want. It's christmas for the democrats. The substance the cove. Bill was barely covered in the mainstream media opposition to hr one this is the federal takeover of state. Election law is literally reported as a revival of jim crow racism. Business communities also been co-opted as it often is at the beginning of a democratic presidency. Industries are trying to protect their specific iron rice bowls but one price is their accommodation with the larger progressive agenda small businesses. Needless to say particularly those who have been so hard hit financially throughout the covid nineteen shutdowns. They oppose the fifteen dollar minimum wage but bigger businesses. They know mind saddling. Their smaller competitors with higher costs. Big oil also doesn't mind selling out. Independent trackers on so-called climate change. No i'm not denier. But we need to keep it in perspective and despite their sizable minorities. Let's call it for what it is. Republicans pretty much divided mess. They're staying united on the covert vote but they had no consistent strategy they really had no effective messaging. How sweet week. The most radical pro union labor bill since the nineteen thirty five wagner at. You wouldn't know it from the gop response pretty much been crickets. That bill would erase right to work. Laws in twenty seven states but gop pretty mum on this issue of this is giving democrats growing confidence that they can drive the most radical left progressive agenda into law despite the fact that we have historically narrow majorities or they do they'll pass huge tax increases on a party line vote. They also hope to peel off enough. Gop senators to raise the minimum wage. Perhaps to eleven or twelve dollars an hour and for that two trillion dollars in green energy and public works spending. Don't be surprised if they succeed. Now republicans counting democrat. Joe manchin have to admit that. I'm among.

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"snow" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"snow" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Travel time. Of course you wanna keep an emergency kit in your car. Make sure you have a tire chains abrasive materials such as sand or kitty litter small shovel flashlight. That actually works. Oh and you might wanna stockpile some extra batteries as well. An ice scraper to be sure rags or paper. Towels flares or other warning devices booster cables and a first aid kit. You wanna make sure that you have blankets and jackets and hats and well all of the necessary. Warm winter clothing for you and your passengers might even want to think about packing in some water and some snacks such energy. And make sure that your phone is charged. If you don't have a charger already in your car before you hit the road now no doubt your wiper. Blades have been warning you for months that they're just not ready for winter maybe they're streaking or screeching or bouncing around on the glass new wiper blades. Obviously among the cheapest pieces of winter driving equipment that you can purchase for your vehicle only takes a couple of minutes to swap out most auto parts stores will actually do that for you immediately after purchase make sure. Of course you've got wiper fluid. I just filled my reservoir the other day that won't freeze in winter. And make sure you also have plenty of it now. Obviously if your car was parked outside as the snow falls during the weekend you wanna make sure that you completely clear off all snow and ice before heading out. How many times have you seen those people that they clear off. Just a little teeny tiny hole right in front of the driver's seat and there's snow packed all over the place the windows or iced-over there might be snow on the back window. No don't do that. I mean you give yourself a break here and take the time. i know. it's going to be snowy and wet because we are expecting moisture..

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"snow" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"snow" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Snow hot lips. Technically not a bomb cyclone but indeed is the upcoming storm and yes it is coming shades of the storm of march of two thousand. Three six six. Now thirteen ten. Kfi thirteen ten kfi k. a. dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail via the auto collision specialists studios. Yep we know it's common but the models are still pretty much you know they use a meteorologist. Do use a two models in order to predict storms models. Pretty much still all over the place. But by the time it's all said and done in northern colorado northern colorado expected just This just popped up out of fox. Thirty one this morning Basically saying that northern colorado pretty much gonna be in the bullseye of this storm..

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"snow" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

The Jayna and Aimee Experience

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"snow" Discussed on The Jayna and Aimee Experience

"The daughter of snow. I character i know is regina and emma. She's the daughter of snow. Why impinge tommy regina the evil quaint. What time this added disney plus a few months ago so yeah it was on that fix server hit so i've seen all the seasons but i'm now reworked to hang on just a cox. Yeah ours is actually incredibly jealous. My disney plus. Yes i am. Let's no government. Although i will be jealous for you once glee at disney plus. Yes thanks. yeah we won't be agreement fix bernau. Try a tangent I personally that snow. It was impressive for its time. Yeah definitely considering the later films. The later films except for one or two are superior. I agree with that completely. Came out and then. I ain't that he's a really good scariest as some of the other films. That came slightly lighter. But i mean pinocchio which we would be doing because it's just a jesus house may even now. Yeah we're not doing bambi dumbo. 'cause dumbo will end in me and our aunt mean tease same family on me around victims and sexes most because traditionally exactly those who don't know passionate animals. Vegetarians juice seven so twenty years now. Golden pillow yes. Uk vegetarian twenty one or two thousand one. Did he might later showed up. So you want want wait. What do you think about the huntsman. Saving her a he has since i. It's as easy to get into something.