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National Fluffernutter Day with Zach Davis

Podcast Gumbo

02:45 min | 10 months ago

National Fluffernutter Day with Zach Davis

"So each week, one of my podcast friends challenged me to find an episode related to one of those days and I'll be releasing it on the actual date occurs. So let's get to it. What is today's National Day? Hi. My Name Is Zach Davis and I would like to know about the national fluffer Nutter Day. The reason I want to know more about this. Is because fluffer nutter was invented in my hometown of Somerville Massachusetts and I'd like to know more about this wonderful product that was invented right where I live. I have to admit Zach. This is one of those days that reminds me there's a national day for everything. Maybe in the future, there will be a national podcast Gumbo. Day. October eighth is national fluffer, Nutter Day. For those people who live on Mars a fluffer nutter is a marshmallow cream and peanut butter sandwich in truth I probably haven't had one since college but as type this, I have a strong urge to buy some fluff the next time I'm at the supermarket. My first recommendation is from the stories and stuff podcast and is the short episode called what the fluff which includes though what the fluff evil that takes place in where Else Union Square in Somerville Massachusetts. At the festival, you'll get the try all different fluff combinations. You also get a tip about trying to fly on a plane with Fluffy Nodar. So today post delicious fluffer Nutter Sandwich pictures on social media using the fluffer nutter day. Hashtag. Today's guests is Zach Davis. Sack host the Ministry of Ideas podcast a small show about the big ideas that shape our world in season two, there's an episode called shifting blame starts off with the tragic story of college basketball great len bias who died shortly after being drafted into the NBA due to a cocaine overdose biases. Death brought about laws to punish people that are responsible for drug related deaths. It then segues into the American criminal system. For Third Recommendation Zach recommends the constant podcast Zach says and I quote. I'd like to recommend the constant episode the fool killer. It's a five part series about the quest to build a submarine and one of the craziest mysteries you'll ever hear about it unquote. For today's extra hot sauce, I just want to let

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The Great Toilet Paper Shortage

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:56 min | 1 year ago

The Great Toilet Paper Shortage

"The great toilet paper shortage. No I'm not talking about a toilet. Paper shortage caused by the corona virus. Won't get to that in a minute. I'm talking about the shortage of Nineteen seventy-three. This was a time of shortages. Many areas oil scares great economic. Stressors kept Americans on edge so when herald the FROLIC a Republican congressman at the time? Put out a press release warning the public about a possible and in no way imminent toilet paper shortage and night time comedian. Johnny Carson echoed the press release. Well put people on edge and I've got digs out quote from Johnny Carson. He's doing his stand up monologue. You know we've got all sorts of shortages these days but have you heard the latest. I'm not kidding I saw the papers. There's an acute shortage of of toilet paper and now that's an exact quote from Johnny Carson. At the time he had twenty million viewers the ground had already been laid for troop Hanoch amongst consumers carson simply ignited the spark for full blown madness. Millions of Americans across the country flooded local grocery and convenience stores. Totally wiping them clean of all toilet paper. One consumer told New York Times that after hearing it on the News Day. Bought an extra fifteen roles. Another woman asked her party guests to arrive with the roll of toilet paper and again I remind you this was all taking place in Nineteen. Seventy three for a few must toilet. Paper continued to be a rare find. Until like most short-lived trends the fizzled out in the aftermath. Carson was hotseat receiving a large portion of the blame for fueling the shortage. Myth Carson issued a sincere apology to viewers and again this is a quote from Johnny Carson. I don't want to be remembered as the man who created a false toilet paper scare. I just picked up the item from the paper and enlarge it somewhat. There is no shortage. That's a direct quote from Johnny Carson Nighttime Comedian back in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy three. At this point in time the damage has been done and Americans were passed all the potty drama most people would place the blame on Johnny Carson for causing the T. P. Panic but is he solely accountable even before Carson's joke on the Air Americans themselves are partially to blame for the self-induced toilet paper trauma. Can you blame them? These people were used to shortages of everything from oil to that true panic stem from a blatant rumor. Could it be a deja Vu today? The Washington Post reports a run on roles with both Costco. Another supermarket. Chain stripped all but clean even Amazon's physical stores appeared to be down to single rolls of Toilet Paper The New York Times similarly reported from a whole foods supermarket in Somerville Massachusetts where shoppers had to be limited to two packages of toilet paper. Each lease they strip the store bear. There was no shortage of toilet paper. Nineteen seventy three or today. Nearly fifty years later no shortage. There is a quote that applies to the story that you might be familiar with. Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it. The quotas most likely due to writer and philosopher. George Santayana it expresses the sentiment. Ably that history repeats itself it that is true then. We simply need to pay attention. Still we all eat sleep and poop and are driven to take care of those basic

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"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Lifetime supply of trouble but that's right the lease you nailed your assignment thank you for sneaking that into this very informative interview I would have rather you had a production assistant bring in chuckle pies for me instead of a can of tuna but next okay Leslie acres newest member of the family hi what's your listener question okay so my listener question is how do you get the best salad value wise at a salad bar comes from Sean diamond in Somerville Massachusetts but before you answer the question I asked in the how top chef might have gone about making this segment limitations you do some challenges on location so they're in a new place that they've never been before new equipment that they've never used before you know they have to figure out how they're gonna work within the space of they've never seen and then kind of work with what's there like let's say it's we take them camping and there's an open flame and they've got a pot that's all they have to work with so they're gonna figure out how to work around that so I have this reporter who's answering a question about salad bars interesting do you think we should just make her do all her interviews at the salad bar at rush hour absolutely Liza you ready yeah I I'm in or get out here and when you're back tell me what happened well the and we're back much like on a cooking show the thing we just talked about mere seconds ago is already complete lies in what what you get into today so I went out into the world looking for a salad bar where I could answer this question okay.

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"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

"City to ban the use of facial recognition technology on its citizens and ordinance was passed by the city this week banning the municipal use of facial recognition Technology Oakland now joins San Francisco Oh and Somerville Massachusetts which banned the technology and May in May June respectively in a bid to protect the privacy of their citizens quote face face recognition technology runs the risk of making Oakland residents less safe as the misidentification identification of individuals could lead to the misuse of force false incarceration and minority based persecution so <hes> this is one of those things like there's sort of a defeatist tone whenever we talk about technologies and the applications for things like law enforcement like oh it's going to happen eventually. It's GonNa come and that's true. I do genuinely believe at some point. Humanity will probably be observed in tracked everywhere anywhere because we already pretty much are <hes> and there's a certain amount of acquiescing to popularity and trends that we give up a lot of this information to so we can acknowledge edge that that's a future endpoint where those types of technologies proliferate that doesn't mean that we just run headlong into it without fully examining all of the <hes> the implications of this and how it should be implemented so this is probably just a minor stumbling block to some type of always on surveillance society but we should still have some kind of control or some kind of push back against how this stuff is used how it's monitored how it's regulated and from there we should be able to make some other decisions. I there is a story along while back about but <hes> as company I think it was called eye in the sky. Basically they just have a cheap you know sort of prop airplane that would fly over a city and just constantly take photos of the ground and in in these few test markets. It's were they were doing this. They were able to very very quickly reference that information to track crimes so someone steals a car and you you. Can you know where the car was at this time and then you can follow this little dot. I mean the the resolution was superport was basically basically like a Cannon D._S._l...

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Disney is going to take over Hulu. Now what?

The 3:59

04:22 min | 2 years ago

Disney is going to take over Hulu. Now what?

"The. Welcome to the three fifty nine. I'm offering. I'm Joanie Sossamon doesn't Comcast come to an agreement where Disney will become full owner of Hulu and have complete control essentially, immediately your favorite. Comcast own shows will still be on Hulu until late twenty twenty four by twenty twenty NBC will be able to post on their shows and by twenty twenty two they'll be able to cancel most of its agreements for Hulu Joan how big is this. Well, when they want to clarify that they won't be able to pull anything you said like within a year, the local we'll be pulling anything from Hulu what they will have is the ability to stuff that was exclusive for Hulu. They'll be able to also stream it on their forthcoming streaming service at their themselves. So nothing's leaving who that it already has B C or any properties. Bravo Universal Studios. None of that's leaving until for like three years. But it's interesting in the sense that it's the first time in the entire history of Hulu, which has been around. It's one of the earliest streaming services on next ATV streaming services. It's the first time it's. Ever been owned by one company? And so it'll be interesting when it's not being run by three or more companies that are all competitors with each other. Do you think that this was an evidence -bility for Hulu that it was owned by so many different companies that eventually one would just take it over a completely? It wasn't enough ability for many many years many years there was there a couple times where the the most of whose life it was owned by NBC, which is Comcast Disney, which is ABC and the other one that I can't think of why can I think of FOX, of course, FOX. So is this a good time to get Lou membership now, or do you think people should be holding out? You know, there's got Disney plus coming out soon BC's having their own streaming service. Does it make sense to even get Hulu? No. Yeah. I mean, like there's a possibility that when Disney launches Disney plus in November that they'll be the opportunity to have like a bundle discount. If you get both who and see plus they've said they wanted to do it. But up until this point Disney said we can't unilaterally make decision because we're not the only owners of can now they are the only owners though, so up next San Francisco could be the first city to ban facial recognition being used by city agencies. It's going to vote today as more issues surrounding facial recognition continue to surface now just to make this clear that doesn't mean that stores or any businesses would not be able to use facial recognition because this law would only really apply to city government. So, you know, the police potentially schools city hall or anything like that. Does he go to San Francisco? You can still be have facial recognition happen. Yes. It's not when you're like on public property. So you still wanna pack your face masks going. Obviously this privacy concerns civil liberty. Complains and technology issues facial recognition. It's not completely accurate there's racial buys gender buys and things like that. And they're not the only city thinking about doing this Somerville. Massachusetts is also looking into a complete ban on facial recognition. Yeah. I mean, do you have any thoughts? I mean, it's nice to have places carved out where you know, your face is safe from being wreck. Yes, there's there's no loss on it. Yeah. All of this is being done. And there are literally no rules on how it can be used. So this would actually be a first, right? And finally, if you use what's app, you should update it immediately the messaging service, which is owned by Facebook has really good security features due to its encryption. But it's not impervious. There was Mauer developed by an Israeli company called the group which used it to install spyware on people's devices through just a phone call, which blows my mind. So basically, they all they had to do is call you have to pick it up either. You could like reject it. You didn't have to anything in that call itself, put them our? Yeah. It's yeah. So it was like basically had no click or interaction needed type of Mao. Ray? Right. The financial times reported this first and that it was used on a UK human rights lawyer. As you know, always good stuff going on there when you're targeting people, fighting human rights Facebook said they released an update for this. So like, I said if you use what's app you shoulda update immediately. Literally what I'm doing right? That's all the time. We have for the show today. I'm Alfred Johnny Saltzman. Thanks for listening.

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"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"We're speaking today with you've all know, a Harare, his new book is Twenty-one lessons for the twenty first century. You all the the book is actually it touches on so many fascinating areas. I'm just going to acknowledge here that we're not going to get to any near anyone one of them. I think we're we maybe have touched on one out of your twenty one lesson. But let me get some more callers here who have things to say Dan is calling from Somerville. Massachusetts, you're on the air, Dan. Hi magnet. I have. I was disappointed to hear your guests say that we don't know what the world is gonna look like in twenty fifty. We only know that we're going to have to reinvent ourselves. And it seems like we are going to have to reinvent ourselves because AI is going to March forward without any discussion in the human community. That describes the value that it has for us. He says it we're going to still have the same brains in the same bodies. But this culture completely dismisses dismisses the human body as inadequate and that we must do everything we can with artificial intelligence to limit the limitations of our corporal existence. I think we should I think we should ask ourselves. The question of why are we giving up on the Hugh MBA human body? It's limitations and the richness that we've created with its limitations din. Thank you for your call. You've always you like to respond to that. That's a very good question. I I would just say that. No, I'm not sure we will have the same body in the same brain in in a couple of decades because of the development of biotechnology, and this is part of of the danger that we are likely to use the new technology to either replace or reengineer, even a part of our bodies and brains and the danger here is that we have no idea what the consequences will be because we still have a very limited understanding of the. Through human potential. There is a huge mismatch, and this is throughout history between the human ability to manipulate and the human ability to understand in many cases, we know how to manipulate things. Even though we don't understand them deeply it's much easier to build a dam over a river than to understand what will be the consequences for the entire ecological system for thousands of years. We have been changing the world outside us, even though we had a very limited understanding of the complexity of the ecological system and no wonder that we now face an ecological collapse. The same thing may happen with our internal system in the coming decades up till now, we've changed the world outside us from now on words, we are also likely to change more and more the world inside us our bodies, our brains our minds, but because. We don't really understand the complexity of the Uman mind the full potential of human beings. The result of all these manipulations might be an internal ecological collapse evacuated magic. Forgive me for interrupting. But you're gonna have sparked a question in my mind. Many questions to be perfectly honest, but but the line of thinking that you were taking us down it suddenly occurred to me. Not to put it to bluntly. But so what aren't you also describing you know, what could be seen as the the processes of evolution writ large? Yes. But you know in natural selection. Ninety nine percent of new -tations.

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"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"We're speaking today with you've all know, a Harare, his new book is Twenty-one lessons for the twenty first century. You all the the book is actually it touches on so many fascinating areas. I'm just going to acknowledge here that we're not going to get to any near anyone one of them. I think we're we maybe have touched on one out of your twenty one lesson. But let me get some more callers here who have things to say Dan is calling from Somerville. Massachusetts, you're on the air, Dan. Hi magnet. I have. I was disappointed to hear your guests say that we don't know what the world is gonna look like in twenty fifty. We only know that we're going to have to reinvent ourselves. And it seems like we are going to have to reinvent ourselves because AI is going to March forward without any discussion in the human community. That describes the value that it has for us. He says it we're going to still have the same brains in the same bodies. But this culture completely dismisses dismisses the human body as inadequate and that we must do everything we can with artificial intelligence to limit the limitations of our corporal existence. I think we should I think we should ask ourselves. The question of why are we giving up on the Hugh MBA human body? It's limitations and the richness that we've created with its limitations din. Thank you for your call. You've always you like to respond to that. That's a very good question. I I would just say that. No, I'm not sure we will have the same body in the same brain in in a couple of decades because of the development of biotechnology, and this is part of of the danger that we are likely to use the new technology to either replace or reengineer, even a part of our bodies and brains and the danger here is that we have no idea what the consequences will be because we still have a very limited understanding of the. Through human potential. There is a huge mismatch, and this is throughout history between the human ability to manipulate and the human ability to understand in many cases, we know how to manipulate things. Even though we don't understand them deeply it's much easier to build a dam over a river than to understand what will be the consequences for the entire ecological system for thousands of years. We have been changing the world outside us, even though we had a very limited understanding of the complexity of the ecological system and no wonder that we now face an ecological collapse. The same thing may happen with our internal system in the coming decades up till now, we've changed the world outside us from now on words, we are also likely to change more and more the world inside us our bodies, our brains our minds, but because. We don't really understand the complexity of the Uman mind the full potential of human beings. The result of all these manipulations might be an internal ecological collapse evacuated magic. Forgive me for interrupting. But you're gonna have sparked a question in my mind. Many questions to be perfectly honest, but but the line of thinking that you were taking us down it suddenly occurred to me. Not to put it to bluntly. But so what aren't you also describing you know, what could be seen as the the processes of evolution writ large? Yes. But you know in natural selection. Ninety nine percent of new -tations.

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"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on No Agenda

"And when I was still in high school, do I even remember John on silicon spin way back in the ZD TV days. I've been extremely fortunate this year. So it seems only appropriate to cap off the year completing my knighthood merry Christmas. Happy new year, Michael. Helgi Michael, thank you so much. That's you know, it's interesting those old days the old days back into. Just kind of theme, you know, with the with the old advertisements that you put in the newsletter. I put. Yeah. If you didn't see the news you missed out. What's for someone sent me? I'll just play you tell me when you want me to stop a clip of you, which I think is from the eighties about than you being interviewed about viruses. Can I play a little bit just as my? Interested. Now, why do hackers plant viruses? What kind of guys are these we've visited computer columnists John devora to learn more about where's the C? Well, oh, what's up with that? Yeah. Psychological profile of the virus. Hacker. They're they're young the mostly male, probably like pizza and Coca Cola. You can probably find him at a seven eleven. They probably have weird hours. You know, they stay real late that may sound like the description of a typical teenager, but beware. Because it may also be the picture of a typical computer hacker. According to the computer virus industry association, some sixty thousand PC's across the country are infected by viruses every month. Hackers try to infiltrate the systems for a variety of reasons for some. It's just a practical joke. Others may have a score to settle with a former boss. The real reason may be a whole lot simpler, but Justice harm comes. There's two things that make people create viruses one is some peer group pressure. They're in a group that does this kind of stuff. The other one is boredom because they, you know, these people were employed, and actually there are some people who are employed that create viruses. And there's just a cheap thrill of doing it. And seeing seeing what happens to your creation. It is a little bit like Rafidi are in that regard. You know, throwing something up on the wall. And then taken off before the police catch, you know, it's not your wall. John. I love this hearing this stuff. That's that's it man. That's that's what that's why hackers do what they do. Dow was the hackers then. And then they decided they figure they make money in it. Oh, yeah. No. It's a very different situation. But it's just funny. I mean, if you play some clips from me from MTV all sound very stupid, believe me. I'll get him. Yeah. You should. Hey, I'm not gonna hate people out there. I know a lot of you have clicked Adams old MTV stuff. Send me some of the better stuff. We go. It's not your wall man that you will not your wall spirits. Pretty good. Randall meanwhile, Randall Schauble in Somerville Massachusetts came with rennet thirty three dollars. I've been listening to the last nine months, and I've decided to donate can I please get a deed douching just you can't. Benke douched also onto a my friends Mary and Brandon who I've punched in the mouth, and they still haven't donated. Oh, no cash bag..

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"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on No Agenda

"And when I was still in high school, do I even remember John on silicon spin way back in the ZD TV days. I've been extremely fortunate this year. So it seems only appropriate to cap off the year completing my knighthood merry Christmas. Happy new year, Michael. Helgi Michael, thank you so much. That's you know, it's interesting those old days the old days back into. Just kind of theme, you know, with the with the old advertisements that you put in the newsletter. I put. Yeah. If you didn't see the news you missed out. What's for someone sent me? I'll just play you tell me when you want me to stop a clip of you, which I think is from the eighties about than you being interviewed about viruses. Can I play a little bit just as my? Interested. Now, why do hackers plant viruses? What kind of guys are these we've visited computer columnists John devora to learn more about where's the C? Well, oh, what's up with that? Yeah. Psychological profile of the virus. Hacker. They're they're young the mostly male, probably like pizza and Coca Cola. You can probably find him at a seven eleven. They probably have weird hours. You know, they stay real late that may sound like the description of a typical teenager, but beware. Because it may also be the picture of a typical computer hacker. According to the computer virus industry association, some sixty thousand PC's across the country are infected by viruses every month. Hackers try to infiltrate the systems for a variety of reasons for some. It's just a practical joke. Others may have a score to settle with a former boss. The real reason may be a whole lot simpler, but Justice harm comes. There's two things that make people create viruses one is some peer group pressure. They're in a group that does this kind of stuff. The other one is boredom because they, you know, these people were employed, and actually there are some people who are employed that create viruses. And there's just a cheap thrill of doing it. And seeing seeing what happens to your creation. It is a little bit like Rafidi are in that regard. You know, throwing something up on the wall. And then taken off before the police catch, you know, it's not your wall. John. I love this hearing this stuff. That's that's it man. That's that's what that's why hackers do what they do. Dow was the hackers then. And then they decided they figure they make money in it. Oh, yeah. No. It's a very different situation. But it's just funny. I mean, if you play some clips from me from MTV all sound very stupid, believe me. I'll get him. Yeah. You should. Hey, I'm not gonna hate people out there. I know a lot of you have clicked Adams old MTV stuff. Send me some of the better stuff. We go. It's not your wall man that you will not your wall spirits. Pretty good. Randall meanwhile, Randall Schauble in Somerville Massachusetts came with rennet thirty three dollars. I've been listening to the last nine months, and I've decided to donate can I please get a deed douching just you can't. Benke douched also onto a my friends Mary and Brandon who I've punched in the mouth, and they still haven't donated. Oh, no cash bag..

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"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on No Agenda

"And when I was still in high school, do I even remember John on silicon spin way back in the ZD TV days. I've been extremely fortunate this year. So it seems only appropriate to cap off the year completing my knighthood merry Christmas. Happy new year, Michael. Helgi Michael, thank you so much. That's you know, it's interesting those old days the old days back into. Just kind of theme, you know, with the with the old advertisements that you put in the newsletter. I put. Yeah. If you didn't see the news you missed out. What's for someone sent me? I'll just play you tell me when you want me to stop a clip of you, which I think is from the eighties about than you being interviewed about viruses. Can I play a little bit just as my? Interested. Now, why do hackers plant viruses? What kind of guys are these we've visited computer columnists John devora to learn more about where's the C? Well, oh, what's up with that? Yeah. Psychological profile of the virus. Hacker. They're they're young the mostly male, probably like pizza and Coca Cola. You can probably find him at a seven eleven. They probably have weird hours. You know, they stay real late that may sound like the description of a typical teenager, but beware. Because it may also be the picture of a typical computer hacker. According to the computer virus industry association, some sixty thousand PC's across the country are infected by viruses every month. Hackers try to infiltrate the systems for a variety of reasons for some. It's just a practical joke. Others may have a score to settle with a former boss. The real reason may be a whole lot simpler, but Justice harm comes. There's two things that make people create viruses one is some peer group pressure. They're in a group that does this kind of stuff. The other one is boredom because they, you know, these people were employed, and actually there are some people who are employed that create viruses. And there's just a cheap thrill of doing it. And seeing seeing what happens to your creation. It is a little bit like Rafidi are in that regard. You know, throwing something up on the wall. And then taken off before the police catch, you know, it's not your wall. John. I love this hearing this stuff. That's that's it man. That's that's what that's why hackers do what they do. Dow was the hackers then. And then they decided they figure they make money in it. Oh, yeah. No. It's a very different situation. But it's just funny. I mean, if you play some clips from me from MTV all sound very stupid, believe me. I'll get him. Yeah. You should. Hey, I'm not gonna hate people out there. I know a lot of you have clicked Adams old MTV stuff. Send me some of the better stuff. We go. It's not your wall man that you will not your wall spirits. Pretty good. Randall meanwhile, Randall Schauble in Somerville Massachusetts came with rennet thirty three dollars. I've been listening to the last nine months, and I've decided to donate can I please get a deed douching just you can't. Benke douched also onto a my friends Mary and Brandon who I've punched in the mouth, and they still haven't donated. Oh, no cash bag..

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"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Buck Sexton with American now. Talk six, fifty AST He's back, with you now. Because when it comes to the fight for cruise fuck never stops make, beer in the world The tax. Reform was a big deal They. Have boycott Sam Adams folks that's right that. Is how liberals are playing the game. Now they're even willing to boycott Sam Atoms because the the mayor Well because the owner rather of Samuel Adams said that the, tax cut yet. Even say you love Trump he just said that the tax cut that Trump put. Into effect helped his business and I. Just think this is perfect you have liberals in response to free speech boycotting a an iconic domestic American beer named for. A patriot and founding father, I feel like that's a that's pretty much a summation. Of contemporary or modern liberalism they're even. Willing, to boycott Sam Adams now this, is just, by the, Somerville Massachusetts mayor Joseph courtesy Tony, whom, I have to. Say I I am not I. Was not familiar with Mr. Curto nays work before this or courtesy tone or whatever Ellen probably is the way says his name But it's just goes to. Show you how sensitive all of the all the liberals are about all, this stuff when they're unwilling to even Give a little bit of leeway? To a as I said an iconic American brand like Samuel Adams he said the mayor of Somerville Massachusetts by the offer a big right it's one of these Massachusetts towns where people still, kind of walk around in breaches, a few times a year and carry muskets reenactments that that he will never. Drink, Sam Adams beer again because. The founder of or co founder of. That Boston brewery said that that he liked the. Trump tax cut see this is, really the expectation and this is the, important point here this is the expectation of of of liberals today you. Aren't even allowed to say you aren't even allowed to say what Is good? For you or good for your business without, that being used, against you you aren't. Even allowed to. Take the position that a tax, cut, which just means more money for? More money that you're able to keep less money to the government takes away from you say that is a good thing is now a deeply politicized statement so politicized that you should be, boycott for boycotted for this whole, process and that's just insane right it's insane by the way Brandon I if. I, were to ask you what. Is the I haven't had beer in. Almost ten years now because I can't because beer. Is essentially liquid gluten what is, the greatest domestic American beer right now Well you're asking somebody who hasn't had a drink and chew and a half years really yeah that. Just that just cause just decided was wasn't it I, have a, brother, who's like I don't drink no reason other than he's like why I was. Never? A. Heavy drinker so when I did enjoy CEOs Sam Adams Well I I feel, like Sam Adams for me, is the. Most is the most iconic Lii in terms of its. Imagery at least the most iconic American beer but when I did drink I would have. Sam Adams winter seasonal. I would, go with the same Adam seasonals to look it's not going to hurt its sales because no one's even really heard of. This place so who really knows but I I do think that when. You're boycotting a great American beer because you don't like, what, the founder. Said about tax cuts maybe. It's time to reevaluate some of those priorities a little bit, may maybe it's time to take a step back. And say hey not absolutely everything, has to be political there is some space in life to enjoy San Adams winter and. Maybe even summer ale without arguing, about.

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"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Financial security to stay in the. Home we became a family. In and for our children to be able to go. To college I reached out to selectquote because I wanted to share my story. It just one is your computer slowing down they need a new one wait before you waste your money on, a new computer, go to Mike, lean dot com and get a. Free computer diagnosis in minutes you can activate. My clean PC software, to clean out. The junk that could be, putting your privacy at. Risk unwanted pop ups errors or spam not only slow your computer down they may lead parties to track your activities go. To Mike clean PC dot com for a free computer diagnostic increase. Your computer speed Today with my, clean PC dot com A violin but by Massachusetts pawn shop for fifty dollars has ended up being worth about five thousand times that correspondent Johnstone a new employee at, the LBC boutique and loan in Somerville Massachusetts had no idea that when he paid fifty dollars for the Ferdinando gag. Liana violin handcrafted in seventeen fifty nine it was actually. Worth a quarter of a million dollars the store manager Dylan McDermott says the Bose alone. Are worth sixteen to eighteen thousand dollars police say the violin was stolen during a house break in and. Has since been returned to its owner they, say the seller had no criminal record and they are still, investigating McDermott says in the future shop employees are going to ask people. Who bring in violence to play them so they know the instrument is there's I'm John Stolnis Disneyland agreed to raise the minimum wage for employees and it's California..

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"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Wbz newsradio ten thirty welcome back to the program ric edelman here is about barrows in the studio with me growing up the somerville massachusetts proper colin with isabelle colin how are you hi rik thanks for taking my question you're very welcome how can we help so why enjoy listening to your show so i'm kind of curious to hear your take on one of the things that really drives me nuts about my retirement and investment accounts i have three accounts through my adviser i have numerous mutual funds etf's and if you shares of stock so as a result of that i constantly get esteem luke prospectuses reports in the mail the week i get these these books in the mail and it's they stalls to say that it's my responsibility to read and understand them and i've tried to read them but they almost require an accounting degree to understand them and i'm already paying a financial advisor whose job it is to understand those kinds of details so i often just ended up taking them right trae mail box and put them into the recycling bin and that just seems to be a ridiculous waste and i know i can switch them to email delivery but with the volume of them they were just calling my inbox the second part is proxies so i'm constantly getting proxy forms in the mail often for complex items a while back a mutual fund family i own was undergoing a major your organization so he sent me a.

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"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on WDRC

"Around a public service announcement brought to you by the ad council immigrants living in somerville massachusetts now have a warning system care of that city that notifies them if federal agents are on the way the welcome project just started up a tech system for residents to alert them when ice is in their neighborhood is a way for us to be able to help people mayor joker tone responded to the new system on his facebook page writing someday i hope somebody takes the time to write the story of all the people the welcome project has stepped up to help in recent years their work has been nothing short of heroic the local ice office had a much different reaction telling boston twentyfive news using local community organizations to help individuals evade federal immigration law many of whom maybe facing are already convicted of serious criminal charges does not benefit but rather endangers community that's kelly sullivan with fox twentyfive in boston a little boy left alone on a school bus in detroit's or the child spends quite a bit of time by himself before he was found more from jessica dump neck with fox tv affiliate w j b k trey shambala fell asleep in this seat he would sit there for ten hours cold and alone nothing to eat nothing to drink no means wants to the bathroom it's a parent's nightmare scenario one that mother joanne heywood says was completely preventable pass she cleared the bus and follow proper protocol she would have found my son at the back of the bus he would've never had the fit there the bus apparently had some kind of mechanical issue so after unloaded the driver headed to the d h t transportation bus yard trae sean still curled up in one of the seats joins says she never even got a call he wasn't at school that day it wasn't until police got involved they were able to find him at the bus yard around seven that night charles mom now wants the bus driver fired and should be great ends march madness next week michigan is taking on villanovan the men's college basketball championship game michigan took out underdog loyola chicago in.

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"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Around a public service announcement brought to you by the ad council immigrants living in somerville massachusetts now have a warning system care of that city that notifies them if federal agents are on the way the welcome project just started up tech system for residents to alert them when ice is in their neighborhood it's a way for us to be able to help people mayor joe carter tone responded to the new system on its facebook page writing someday i hope somebody takes the time to write the story of all the people the welcome project has stepped up to help in recent years there has been nothing short of heroic local ice office had a much different reaction telling boston twentyfive news using local community organizations to help individuals evade federal immigration law many of whom maybe facing are already convicted of serious criminal charges does not benefit but rather in dangerous community that's kelly salvin with fox twentyfive in boston a little boy left alone on a school bus in detroit where the child spends quite a bit of time by himself before he was found more from jessica dump neck with fox tv philly w j b k trey sean gala sleep in the seat he would sit there for ten hours cold and alone nothing to eat nothing to drink no means to the bathroom it's a parent's nightmare scenario one that mother joanne heywood says was completely preventable afc cleared the bus and follow proper protocol she would have found my son at the back of the bus he would've never had to sit there the bus apparently had some kind of mechanical issues so afterward unloaded the driver headed to the d h t transportation bus yard trae sean still curled up in one of the seats joanne says she never even got a call he wasn't at school that day it wasn't until police got involved they were able to find him at the bus yard around seven that night jobs mom now wants a bus driver fired and should be great ends march madness next week michigan is taking on villanovan the men's college basketball championship game michigan two got under drug loyal in chicago in the final four villanova beat up on kansas winning by eighteen fox news radio.

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"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"By the ad council immigrants living in somerville massachusetts now have a warning system care of that city that notifies them if federal agents are on the way up the welcome project just started up a tech system for residents to alert them when ice is in their neighborhood the way to be able to help people mayor joe carter tone responded to the new system on his facebook page writing someday i hope somebody takes the time to write the story of all the people the welcome project has stepped up to help in recent years there has been nothing short of heroic local ice office had a much different reaction telling boston twentyfive news using local community organizations to help individuals evade federal immigration law many of whom may be facing already convicted of serious criminal charges does not benefit but rather in dangerous community kelly sullivan with fox twenty five in boston a little boy left alone on a school bus in detroit's were child spends quite a bit at signed by himself before he was found more from jessica dump neck with fox tv philly w j b k trae chantal asleep in the seat he would sit there for ten hours cold and alone nothing to eat nothing to drink no means to the bathroom it's a parent's nightmare scenario one that mother joanne heywood says was completely preventable pass she cleared the bus so follow proper protocol she would my son at the back of the bus he would never had to sit there it lasts apparently had some kind of mechanical issues so after unloaded the driver headed to the d h t transportation bus yard trae sean still curled up in one of the seats joanne says she never even got a call he wasn't at school that day it wasn't until police got involved they were able to find him at the bus yard around seven that night jobs mom that wants a bus driver fired and should be great ends in march madness next week michigan is taking on villanovan the men's college basketball championship game michigan took out underdog loyola chicago in the final four villanova beat up on kansas winning by eighteen on kim duffy fox news radio.

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"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Around a public service announcement brought to you by the ad council immigrants living in somerville massachusetts now have a warning system care of that city that notifies them if federal agents are on the way the welcome project just started up a tech system for residents to alert them when ice is in their neighborhood it's a way for us to be able to help people mayor joker tone responded to the new system on his facebook page writing someday i hope somebody takes the time to write the story of all the people the welcome project has stepped up to help in recent years there has been nothing short of heroic the local ice office had a much different reaction telling boston twenty five news using local community organizations to help individuals evade federal immigration law many of whom may be facing are already convicted of serious criminal charges does not benefit but rather endangers community that's kelly solve in with fox twentyfive in boston a little boy left alone on a school bus in detroit where the child spends quite a bit of time by himself before he was found more from jessica dump knack with fox tv phillies w j b k trey chantal asleep in the seat he would sit there for ten hours cold and alone nothing to eat nothing to drink no means a one to the bathroom it's a parent's nightmare scenario one that mother joanne heywood says was completely preventable she cleared the bus and follow proper protocol she would have found my son at the back of the bus he would've never had to sit there the bus apparently had some kind of mechanical issue so afterward unloaded the driver headed to the d h t transportation bus yard trae sean still curled up in one of the seats joanne says she never even got a call he wasn't at school that day it wasn't until police got involved they were able to find him at the bus yard around seven that night wants the bus driver fired and should be great ends in march madness next week michigan is taking on villanovan the men's college basketball championship game michigan took out underdog loyola chicago in the.

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"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Find this world that they claim to live in and that's and that's who hillary clinton is waging war against ward cleaver who was awfully rough on the bieber last night is what i'm told no one else is saying hillary problem is not that you sit when you tinkle the problem is what you say when you start talking oh my gosh so hope springs eternal there hey another story from here in new england i i think you might find an interest you know the sanctuary city movement you could argue started in massachusetts there's some communities here somerville super uber lefty outlets suburb of boston interceptor boston lawrence mass which is he has a huge illegal immigration population the you could argue that that's where the we're not going to force the law screw you isis cetera started well they take taking it up a next another notch my buddy evan lips at the new boston post reports on a new program in somerville massachusetts were they're doing you know if you have this where you live but we have this thing where like if there's bad snow coming in your phone will ring and you'll pick up the phone and it'll be that record voices some public official warning you know snow's coming leave early blah yeah we have course amber alerts week by we have nor'easter alerts weather alerts and now ice alerts except for not the kind of ice that you slip and fall on now i says in immigrations and customs enforcement here is the program is called the somerville response network they call it and quote ongoing collaboration to create a citywide plan to assist families torn apart by ice raids and the rapid response plan what's this is a city plan this isn't a volunteer group or nonprofit or pro illegal immigration or whatever this is taxpayer resources so the way i work is your in your house or you're at work and you for some reason here about an upcoming ice enforcement action maybe you see some ice agents sniffing around where you are maybe actually even see people being detained by ice or whatever the city gives you a number to text or call to send out the.

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"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on KCRW

"Of a rustic bar that isn't super smooth that may not go all beltway towards rustu city where it's almost crumbly well you have taza so tusas based in somerville massachusetts and they're kind of trying to do minimally process chocolate and they also have some bars that are a little bit smoother than that super rustic way your tasting seen a lot of those bars is the sugar that hasn't been ground out not even the cocoa nab so chocolate makers are experimenting with grinding the cocoa more and leaving the sugar or vice versa leaving the ground cocoa nab and i'm grinding the sugar more so it depends what kind of crunch are looking for my favorite restaurant part is very very crumbly by it's like eating a piece of brownie it by somalia i literally i lost my mind when i ate the spar and i like it smooth so this was a revelation from me i tend to love milk chocolate because i love the way that melts in your mouth i love milk chocolate the of these craft bankers a lot of them have been purists up until now and they had their single origin 70 percent dark chocolate and what's happening is i think the market is starting to get saturated so these chocolate makers are starting to say will i have to try something new so they're starting to work with milk they're putting more inclusions and and some of them are doing white which they had not done at all i know knows he has a new way bar out and letter press his local is making a wife bar as his barra shaqlawa who is also local so let's talk about these local being tobar bar people how many players are there there are a few.

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"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"somerville massachusetts" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"United states forever you just can't do it by and the visa was never designed that way in the first place so you know people are very upset about this and they think trump is just be in a heartless jerk goal for it but it it's a temporary visa if we adjust let you know we're talking about sixty thousand haitians about fifty eight thousand seven hundred i think if you just let these people stay indefinitely all that does is just it it it just number one they're going to stay here illegally number two with just it it clogs up in already broken immigration system you can't just keep nought following the rules that we already have in place and i i don't think enough people understand that about this one and also say this i know a fair bit about haiti because i grew up in a city that saturated with haitians somerville massachusetts sanctuary city since 1987 big brazilian population huge haitian population it's been that way since the eighties i grew up with these people in these people the haitians i could tell you right there the hardest working best people i've ever met in my life the very best the best i taught in the summer a somerville public schools when i was just out of college the haitian students that i had also the best you can look one of the up uh football fans out there gosden cheryl is look i'm up he was not offensive lineman in the nfl first round drastic played for the detroit lions this was a kid who came from haiti with nothing when he was a child absolutely nothing broke broke penniless nothing and he ended up with a scholarship to boston collagen played eight years in the nfl it's an amazing stories great kid these these people these students they literally are some of the best people i've ever met i can tell you that right now if it were up to me greg i i'd trade i can tell you right now i would trade sixty thousand americans for sixty thousand haitians right now i'd i'd make that trade in a heartbeat because that's how good these people are and they're very hard workers lottery i mean it's not personal they were only here temporarily and i don't think enough people understand that and.

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