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"southwest virginia" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:54 min | Last week

"southwest virginia" Discussed on WTOP

"The death toll in Kentucky is rising after heavy rains yesterday caused flash flooding and mudslides in parts of the state. Governor Andy beshear says, at least 15 people have now died there. This event is devastating and I do believe it will end up being one of the most significant deadly floods that we have had in Kentucky and at least a very long time. Bashir says property damage has been massive with hundreds of people losing their homes. There's also been flash flooding in southwest Virginia, governor Glenn youngkin has declared a state of emergency to help with response and recovery efforts there. It was a long day in the hot seat yesterday for Washington commander's owner Dan Snyder. He testified in private and virtually on Zoom from Israel before the House oversight committee for more than ten hours. The committee is investigating the commander's history of workplace misconduct, Snyder's spokesman says Snyder fully addressed all questions about workplace misconduct, the committee has the option to release all or part of the deposition. I'm Peter M surley, and here are your top headlines from federal news network, funding for a new FBI headquarters is coming into focus in a draft spending bill for fiscal 2023, a Senate subcommittee set aside $500 million for a new headquarters. The house has already approved that amount. And 63 House lawmakers are calling for an executive order requiring large vendors to disclose political spending after they've been awarded a federal contract. Members of the progressive caucus say in 2020, the ten largest federal contractors received over $200 billion in contracts after their packs spent nearly 25 million, 2020 election dollars. For more on these stories, go to federal news network dot com. Money news at 25 and 55, here's Jeff clay ball. Opening bell last one of the week. 5 minutes away, down futures are down 16 points. S&P 500 futures are up 15 points. The

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No deaths in Virginia flooding that washed out homes, roads

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 weeks ago

No deaths in Virginia flooding that washed out homes, roads

"No deaths from flooding in southwest Virginia Authorities say they have located all 44 people who had been unaccounted for following rains that flooded or remote corner of southwest Virginia The Rain tour homes from their foundations and left people scrambling to find loved ones in areas where phone service was knocked out First responders in Buchanan county began receiving reports of rising water and damage Tuesday night After a torrential rain storm swamped the area Residents say they were stunned by the dramatic flooding which caused mudslides that blocked roads and knocked out power I'm Mike

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"southwest virginia" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:20 min | Last month

"southwest virginia" Discussed on WTOP

"Is WTO news. 9 52 Amtrak is expanding service from part of Virginia this week a third daily northeast regional departure from Norfolk starting on Monday, a second daily round trip to and from Newport News is also being restored. There will also be 5 total daily Amtrak runs at the Hampton roads regional service, Roanoke will also get a second northeast regional departure starting Monday, connecting southwest Virginia with addiction's capital and the northeast corridor. It still taking a while for riders to hop back on the MTA buses and subway in Maryland like they did before the pandemic. The daily record reports a decline in ridership can be seen all across the agency services in February of 2020 more than 5 million people rode the bus. This past February, the numbers did not reach 3 million, only about a 120,000 people rode the Baltimore subway this past February. That was compared to 612,000 in February of 2020. 9 53, a trend that's been favorable for workers. That's what the unemployment rate is showing. The current unemployment rate is about 3.6%. Which is well below historic averages. Professor Christopher kayes teaches management at George Washington University. He says companies are hiring at a pretty fast pace, but about 46 million people quit their jobs over the last year, an unprecedented rate. The reasons, pay, family obligations, and work life balance. So they're really looking for places of work where they can fulfill their purpose, where they can have work that's meaningful, where they're treated well by their bosses. And there aren't as many people looking for work, all these factors contribute to what he calls the great resignation and he expects it to continue. Employees really have the power to drive the job market. Melissa, how will WTO news? Well, you might want to check out the senior citizens in your life, something called a grandparent scam is happening in Montgomery county. What police say happened is this. In at least three incidents in late May and early June, seniors were contacted by a scammer, claiming to be either a grandchild or a child. They're in jail and they need money to get out. After withdrawing the money, the victims then called a number, they were instructed to call, and were told a courier or bondsman would be coming to collect the money, a short time later, a man showed up at each of their homes, took the money and left, detectives think there are more victims out there. The suspect who posed as the career, he's described as tall heavy, wearing a brown UPS type uniform and reflective vest in one of the cases he drove away in a dark colored four door car. Shayna stealin, WTO news

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"southwest virginia" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:55 min | 4 months ago

"southwest virginia" Discussed on WTOP

"Big changes could be coming down the pike for New York avenue corridor in northeast Mayor muriel Bowser recently released a road map detailing plans to upgrade the three mile corridor which includes communities of IV city Brentwood and langdon The changes include adding new community facilities improving infrastructure and adding good paying jobs Because it takes good paying jobs to afford these great housing units that we're going to build across the city Some of the goals are to advance racial equity and to improve the quality of life for residents as the city continues to bounce back from the pandemic We will ensure equitable comeback for D.C. Acacia James WTO P news D.C.'s first elevated park is going to have an interactive play area celebrating efforts to repopulate the river's musel population Did you know there are thousands of muscles in the anacostia river Well you'll be able to learn more about the project who reinstall native muscles into the river when the 11th street bridge park opens in a few years The play area will include sculptures of muscles sea grass climbers and slides muscles have been reintroduced into the river to pull out toxins an adult muscle can filter ten to 20 gallons of water a day The 11th street bridge park will be the city's first elevated park it's a partnership between D.C. and the ward 8 based nonprofit building bridges It'll be located on the piers of the old 11th street bridge Shaina still in WTO news the IRS says four people in Virginia and D.C. defrauded COVID-19 benefit programs Gregory tackett Lee Gregory tach excuse me and Leland Czechia of southwest Virginia were sentenced to 9 years in prison for scamming the feds for nearly half a $1 million Kenneth gagan of D.C. pleaded guilty to taking more than 2 million in federal relief loans using stolen identity The IRS says he used that money to buy a yacht row house luxury cars and pay.

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"southwest virginia" Discussed on Borne the Battle

Borne the Battle

05:35 min | 6 months ago

"southwest virginia" Discussed on Borne the Battle

"Another campaign. Here we go lock and load O three 31 look a thousand rounds and I ain't bringing back one. As you know, I was born and raised in D.C.. Southeast, one of the things that I used to do or I felt very fortunate to have done was my grandfather had a farm down in the southwest Virginia about 20 miles south of appomattox Virginia. A little town called red House. Nothing out there in middle of nowhere. I'm close to, I'm close to appomattox. I'm your fredricksburg. Oh yeah yeah, okay. But I don't even know where red House is. Yeah, nobody else does either. And so I would go down there in the summers and work on the tobacco fields with my grandfather. I hated it at the time, you know, I'm a city guy, you know, I don't want to get up at 5 30 in the morning working tobacco fields, but it ended up being a really great experience for me in hindsight. So one summer in particular though, I went down and my cousin who always used to join me there. Who was my same age. He was up in Philadelphia with his mother, so he wouldn't join me for another two weeks. So it's just my grandfather and I. And our routine was every morning at feed the hogs, and I have several things to do. Then we jump on a tractor, he a little platform on the back I would jump on. We ride out to one of his military tobacco fields, worked back until he got too hot and then we'd come in. This particular day, he said, we're not going on tractor. We went to his barn, he backed out this huge formed horse. Hooked up a platform to it, put a plow on the platform, I got sit down on the back of the platform, and we off we went with the behind the horse to a field. So we get out there and I've never seen anything like this come from southeast D.C.. So he hooked up this horse to the plow. He got behind the plow, so I applaud these perfectly straight rows. And again, I'm just fascinated by all this. Yeah. And so about halfway through and I'm just sitting on the ground playing the dirt watching him. So because I'm 9 ten, 11 years old. So about halfway through, he decided to go take a potty break in the Woods. And I'm sitting there watching that horse, watching that plow, thinking, man, how can that be? And so I thought to myself, I'm going to impress my grandfather. I'm going to get behind this plow and I'm going to continue working. Save me some work. Yeah, right. So I walk up to this plow. The plow is bigger than I am. I managed to pull it up, upright. And I don't know how much you know about horses and plows. But anyway, it's all connected through something called a single tree and all that. But I get the reins behind me, and I knew the command to make the horse go forward. So the horse I gave the command to horse starts walking. The problem is the horse is cutting diagonally across my grandfather's perfectly plowed groves. And let me pause here for a second. And I don't advocate this at all. So I want to be clear. I don't advocate this, but clearly that back in those days, you could whip your kids. And not only could you whip your kids, but on a farm, nobody would know anyway. And if they knew they would encourage it. So I'm thinking, oh my God, and he'd never done that to me before, but I'm thinking, oh, because he's going to really be mad 'cause I'm ruining a day of half day work for him. Yeah. And about halfway through messing up his rose, I think to myself, I knew the command to make the horse go forward. I don't know the command I had to make the horse stop. That was gonna be my next I know you said it that way for a reason. Exactly. So I'm scared, and I'm running to keep up with this horse. And my grandfather runs out of the world to the yells out. He says Larry, what are you doing? And picture this. I'm barely keeping up. I turn around to see my grandfather in kind of going sideways and I stumble in almost fall. And when I catch myself, I instinctively say, wow, wow, and of course the horse stopped. I didn't know that. So now I'm standing there, my grandfather storming across the field and I'm thinking, okay, this is not going to go well. And so my grandfather came up to me and he said, well, and this wasn't very articulate. You know, and it wasn't the way I would have stated it, but he said, well, he said, it's okay to try and fail. But it's not okay not to try. And so what he was saying to me was, look, I'm proud of you for trying. And by the way, your entire life is going to be just like you and I out here on this field plowing this horse. You're going to have opportunities and you're not going to know exactly how to do it. And you're going to be scared and people are going to tell you, you can't do it. Go try anyway. And by the way, if you fail, get up and try it again. And that's something that stuck with me, my entire life, that, you know, imagine a ten year old boy in the middle of nowhere. Walking behind a horse that I couldn't figure out how to maneuver. To get a lesson like that that has gotten my entire life, which is really something amazing for me. Grandpa's are the best..

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"southwest virginia" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:53 min | 8 months ago

"southwest virginia" Discussed on WTOP

"New permits for outdoor dining something the city did during other times in the pandemic The mayor is also asking residents who are planning parties or get togethers during the holiday season to do so outdoors as case numbers have hit record highs in the state in recent days And on Macron shows no signs of slowing down for now The city council will be meeting next month to consider amending its own encodes to allow outdoor dining to stick around permanently Shana stool WTP news 9 environment environmental and community groups have filed a petition with a federal appeals court in an effort to stop a natural gas pipeline from being built in Virginia The groups want the court to review last week's decision by Virginia's water control board to allow the infrastructure of the pipeline to cross streams and wetlands The pipelines planned route cuts through Virginia and West Virginia opponents say the consortium of 5 energy companies building the pipeline shouldn't be allowed to continue citing its track record of almost 400 violations of erosion and sediment regulations in southwest Virginia but the company says those problems were mostly caused by heavy rains in 2018 and have since been corrected attempts to kill the $6.2 billion project have so far failed The company building the pipeline says it's necessary to provide 2 billion cubic feet of natural gas along the east coast daylight Coming up after traffic and weather Maryland senator Ben cardin talks about Democrats pushing Bill back better It's one O 7 Cybersecurity threats are happening in every industry But when it happens to you it's your mission at stake As bad actors become more brazen in their attacks and methods evolve it's time for a new approach to securing critical networks Lidos is helping government agencies like yours modernize their approach to cybersecurity staying one step ahead of even the most advanced persistent threats visit lidos dot com.

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GOP Voters See Youngkin as Chance to Reverse Party Course

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:28 min | 10 months ago

GOP Voters See Youngkin as Chance to Reverse Party Course

"Morning. Good morning, mister young, and good to have you back. Good morning, you. How are you? Good. Your voice, I went down with the fetching misses Hewitt to listen to you on Saturday morning. We were surprised that there are a thousand Republicans and old town period. They all showed up, but I heard your voice and my wife turned to me, said I've heard your voice that way. You've been talking too much. So I gather, you've got crowds everywhere you're going according to The New York Times. Cue the crowds have been huge everywhere we're going. And yes, we've done 50 events in the last ten days. Wow. And I'm not going through adolescence again. But we're working every day to keep everything together. Yeah, Glenn young and if you're finishing with thousands of people at every rally according to The New York Times and poor old Terry mcauliffe, can't get ten people in a room. What's that tell you about this race? Well, we got huge momentum. It's really fun to see everybody come together across Virginia. And here what's been most amazing is it's Republicans, it's Democrats, it's independence. It's folks from all walks of life. I mean, the polls show it, we're winning. We're winning independents by double digits every event we have. I have people streaming in saying glad we're Democrats. We've never voted for a Republican before. We're voting for you. We've been in the Latino vote. We've been endorsed by organizations that have never endorsed Republicans before the Hampton roads black caucus. It is so great to see unity. It's so great to see everybody coming together and the momentum is huge. And you're right, that event announced that Andrea was something else. I thought there'd be 25 or 50 people. We had to code it on. And there were so many people. I thought I was going to say hi to you. Not a chance. There was a CF people and people. This is like the middle of New York City in Virginia. You can't you can't expect the Republican to barnstorm in Alexandria two days before an election. But Glenn young did. Yeah, and we're done. We just finished a big swing through southwest Virginia the crowds were huge. There's a red sign everywhere. It is really, really fun to watch this happen. You know, you it's no longer a campaign. It's a movement. It's a movement being led by parents. It's a movement being led by virginians and on this ballot on one side of it is Terry mcauliffe and his big government control and his desire to have parents separated from their children by government and on the other side as Virginia. In my name, but it's virginians and it is so so awesome to watch this

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Little Debbie (MM #3861)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Little Debbie (MM #3861)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. The Internet has been buzzing the last couple of two three days because the folks who make little Debbie snack cakes have announced they're going to be doing little Debbie ice cream this Christmas, an exclusive deal with Walmart that's kind of the taste of their Christmas tree cakes or whatever they are. As much as I love snack cakes, I always grew up as a hostess kid and didn't really enjoy little Debbie's didn't even see little Debbie's until probably the early to mid 80s when I was going to college in southwest Virginia. Now they've been nationwide and they've been around most of my life, but I didn't really notice them until then. My favorites probably the zebra cakes. I think they're the ones I eat the most if I do eat them. My wife, I think she may have nutty buddies in the house right now and she likes the Swiss cakes and doesn't mind the zebra cakes, and while I've had the Christmas tree cakes, they pretty much all taste the same to me. But the ice cream is making people crazy. Thought? Gonna try it. Gonna see if I can find a pint at Walmart when they start selling it. It's going to be a limited time run. It's going to be something that people are going to be looking for. The look out for, if you really care, little Debbie ice cream, who would have thought people would care that much?

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Little Debbie (MM #3861)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Little Debbie (MM #3861)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. The Internet has been buzzing the last couple of two three days because the folks who make little Debbie snack cakes have announced they're going to be doing little Debbie ice cream this Christmas, an exclusive deal with Walmart that's kind of the taste of their Christmas tree cakes or whatever they are. As much as I love snack cakes, I always grew up as a hostess kid and didn't really enjoy little Debbie's didn't even see little Debbie's until probably the early to mid 80s when I was going to college in southwest Virginia. Now they've been nationwide and they've been around most of my life, but I didn't really notice them until then. My favorites probably the zebra cakes. I think they're the ones I eat the most if I do eat them. My wife, I think she may have nutty buddies in the house right now and she likes the Swiss cakes and doesn't mind the zebra cakes, and while I've had the Christmas tree cakes, they pretty much all taste the same to me. But the ice cream is making people crazy. Thought? Gonna try it. Gonna see if I can find a pint at Walmart when they start selling it. It's going to be a limited time run. It's going to be something that people are going to be looking for. The look out for, if you really care, little Debbie ice cream, who would have thought people would care that much?

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"southwest virginia" Discussed on The J.R. Hoeft Show

The J.R. Hoeft Show

05:49 min | 10 months ago

"southwest virginia" Discussed on The J.R. Hoeft Show

"It's tough. It's tough down here. And we need strong representation in Richmond. More than just about any other area of the state in my opinion, just because of the nature of the economy in southwest Virginia, the changing nature of the economy. So you'll really soon whether I'm going to whether I'm going to toss my hat back into that particular ring. I saw your responses to a local paper disorder maybe when it's TV stations questionnaire on it. And your thoughts on broadband and your thoughts on the opioid crisis. So we're very well thought out and very well, well, articulated. And so you've clearly thought about the issues. You know what's facing the folks of southwest Virginia? And I know that you'd be a great advocate. I followed your career for years, and I know the type of person you are. So if you do run, please let me know. I'm very interested in learning more for sure. And then if you're in the campaign, let's chat. If I get into it, people are going to know pretty short order. We'll say that. Sounds good here. But the other thing that I've followed and I've been very interested in and I'm extremely jealous of to be quite honest and quite frankly, the only reason I'm jealous is because I haven't started doing it myself. You are a writer for the Cincinnati magazine. Covering the Cincinnati reds, which is, I don't know. I don't know how congratulatory I should be here. But I would be trying to write about the Detroit tigers. So I understand where the passion lies, which is great. What's Bernie? Obviously, I mean my goodness. You're a judge. You know, Carlos attorney, father, involved in the community, doing all sorts of things. Baseball to me has always been like it's a hobby. I enjoy it. I watched it on TV. I listened to it on the radio, et cetera, but it's kind of like my go to escape. I don't escape to writing about the ins and outs of baseball. Why is that cathartic for you? Well, the truth of the matter is that, you know, when I became a judge when I was appointed to the bench, I had been for the last few years I had been writing quite a bit about politics. I mean, you know, I was, that was sort of my hobby, quote unquote. You know, a situation where I had generally I was staying up later than the rest of my family went to bed relatively early, and so that was kind of my time to myself was to write and I would write about politics. When I became a judge, obviously, judges are not permitted to comment about publicly about politics or not right about politics. And so I had to give that up. And I knew that was part of the deal. And I knew that I would probably miss the writing part of it because it was kind of cathartic for me. I enjoy writing. Always have. And so I just kind of shift shifted gears and moved into baseball because that was my other big passion. You know, outside of obviously outside of family and plenty of and the law, you know, but politics and baseball had been kind of my twin passions, I guess. And so I just started writing about them. Just kind of randomly and they kind of took off pretty quickly and I started to sort of a website and within a couple years I was writing for a ESPN dot com, you know, and since I'm a magazine, but very kind to me for about the last 8 not about for the last 8 seasons I've been a weekly columnist writing about.

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"southwest virginia" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:48 min | 11 months ago

"southwest virginia" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Better than you. At like percentage was maybe. I don't pay us. Penalties trading listeners. Out there at a few you know. Yes you want to do some trading not if you allowed to touch crypto currency bill condition if you want to do some trading listeners out there you it might be view to follow follow mr tax and trade the way he trades. So we'll explain how he trades coming up here In a bit dna and the captain in the studio the number six zero three two eight three sixty one sixty and want to say. Thanks to libertarian. Who is a free talk live. Platinum amplifier libertarian contributing. At least twenty five bucks a month to the program. Thank you for that You can go to amped freetalklive dot com learn more about amp and unfortunately right now. Credit card debit card amps are broken. So some of our amplifiers getting error messages off. Sorry it's not your fault it's our fault so technically is the banking system's fault because they suck and credit cards and debit cards are always going to be part of that system. So we're doing what we can to figure out. Some sort of new options in the background for now. Pay pal is still functioning so if you want to sign up under pay pal you can would krypton I can't do crypto under my bail conditions on four nine eight okay Ten somebody be hired to implement that as a payment method it's already been implemented We've had bitcoin as a payment method for some number of years. Now almost no one ever use it because most people don't want to spend their their bitcoin But it was very expensive to actually implement that in probably wasn't really worth doing honestly but there is overlap dot freetalklive dot com. Changes are coming soon to the ant program. I'm not really sure what they're going to be yet but You know tossing around some ideas. So we'll let you know when that happens. I would say for now if your current amplifier and are getting error messages. Just chill out In wait and see what happens. You can sign up with pay pal. Like i said there's gonna be some changes coming so i would say just hold off. Give it a few weeks until i figure something out. I've got all the all kinds of things going on you know like unfortunately this is not my priority. I learned During the jailing of the crypto six. Yeah when y'all were kidnapped by the the tyrants that it is difficult to be ian freeman. Yeah there's a lot going on. Spent few hours today at a protest rally freedom rally in concord with hundreds of people very well attended event. I would say at least. Several hundred people carla garrick wanted to call it two thousand and i'm like. Nah i don't think so. The whole area in front of the state house wasn't completely packed. I think then you're dealing with thousands but definitely was a large protests. Like if you didn't make for you get four or five hundred people out at anything in new hampshire. You're doing really well so it was a very very good protests. Actually did i would say it was more of a march. They did march around the streets. Was there a specific purpose. Or was this just like the freedom rally. Just you know to suck. They had music they had speakers my one critique of the rally was why are you chanting. Us after all after all of these people is federal goons have done people find it difficult to remove nostalgia. They really do because really. That's what we were doing. Their bonnie was with me. I'll excellent from liberty blocked. We were all handing out fliers flyers that crowd thick like it was. We penetrated exit. Well now specifically that. But for the new hampshire independence concept of the foundation for new hampshire independence has a great flyer that i've been given out for years There's some of them had some h. Exit stickers on them but probably that was like ten percent of them but anyway the just getting the idea out about new hampshire declaring independence from the united states and from the responses we got from people was all positive and now i didn't have a chance to really do much of polling because it was so many people they're just want to get the flyers right but other people we talked to and other people who are gonna look at the flier and you know. Get their first reaction whether they're smiling or they say something nice almost all comments. No one said anything negative. No-one said this is terrible. Idea or through flyer back at me or anything like that so it went very well but yet then they're chanting. Usa later on and then singing the national anthem. It's like no no. We've got a long way to go but at least we're getting people. Dr nation is it's hard. It's hard to deal with that so anyway. Let's go to your calls and thoughts here and by the way there were free staters throughout the crowd. A lot of new movers. I met some people that been there just for a couple of months or one guy had been there for like a year after jesse's in virginia and he called in the other night to announce he's planning on moving up. Here go ahead jesse your back and can you all human. Yeah loud and clear. Go ahead so. I don't know if you remember where i was trying to kind of. Continue with the like my story but yeah I've been working at this this car dealership for five years working post sixty hours a week and Was a technician. There then started selling cars and somehow and this messed up. Economy was able to sell a good number of cars made some good money. But now we're not even getting like any inventory. There's no there's no new cars at the dealership. Normally we have about two hundred. But there's really nothing coming in and how much of this is because of the chip shortage. I have a friend of mine on the west coast who works in the automotive industry. Who says the same thing but he. His opinion is that he's not seeing new inventory because of the chip shortage. Yeah that's that's definitely a big part of the to that and then also Yeah 'cause there was a fire at this this company where they make the microprocessors on top of you have governments around the world shutting down production and lockdowns and all that other other great stuff but that's frustrating. I'm how can you sell things if there's not an inventory to sell you the greatest sales in the world you to have a product right. I was able to even even through. That i was able to sell sixteen cars and i end july and that ninety percent of those cars were just like pictures on a computer screen that i had to sign people up on. Wow so they're not even test. Driving picks up is what you're saying. There's not hardly hardly. I would have to test pre owned vehicle to get him in a car. That's that's kinda going away. So i'm gonna have to find a new well. The good news for you is that sales is a skill that generally translates from industry to industry. You just need to be able to apply your sales training that you have in the automotive industry to say another industry one that actually has a product to sell preferably right kuhlman So i mean look one thing's for sure there's jobs aplenty plenty. I mean they're just all over the place if you're willing to work their jobs. If you're willing to have a job there are jobs. Yeah -at's true so anything else. You wanna share about your experience. While you're moving up to new hampshire yeah. I've always thought about it. And you know. I thought about doing a little bit later in life. There's a few things kind of lighting a fire under me To those things. I had a friend pass away this past july and then My mom passed away the the month after that. So that was really tough for me and my family and you know My died in hospital. She had you know what they're claiming was was kobe but Yeah yeah..

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"southwest virginia" Discussed on Transition Virginia

Transition Virginia

04:35 min | 11 months ago

"southwest virginia" Discussed on Transition Virginia

"Epic be here. Tell us about carl news. What was the impetus to start. This organization is a nonprofit nonpartisan new psyched that will cover indepth journalism south west. Virginia basically from cumberland county. Go the cumberland gap if you wanted to think of it. That way the impetus ford was a changing media landscape in which we did not see much indepth reporting from mexico. The state and the goal is to provide that to fill those gaps. Talk about that changing media landscape. So you've been in journalism for a number of decades explain how the media landscape has changed in a way that's disadvantageous to south west and south sud disadvantages to laga places. South west outside just happens to be where we're from. The short merging is the newspaper readers or everyday vogue in the marketplace to consume their muse. Online that she got be a problem because every newspaper has a website..

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"southwest virginia" Discussed on Transition Virginia

Transition Virginia

05:51 min | 11 months ago

"southwest virginia" Discussed on Transition Virginia

"It's worth thinking about the alternative history when there were not to debates but there were three debates and that first debate happened over the summer at the omni homestead in hot springs where the virginia bar association was hosting that debate that traditional debate. That happened in the dead of summer when there wasn't a huge spotlight on the candidates and they could hone their talking points. And so now we're sort of forced to do that and you know the fall campaign season. Yeah also i. I thought it was interesting. Where the candidates were distancing themselves from their own base. We saw that with terry mcauliffe in two areas where he said that he would preserve qualified immunity for police officers so he disagrees with the democrats that want to get rid of qualified immunity and he was specifically asked once again about overturning right to work once again he did not answer the question of overturning right to work which means he supports right to work Once again distancing himself from the democratic base which is interesting and noteworthy we also saw duncan surprisingly distance himself from the republican base on election integrity. He said that he believes virginia. Has legit elections does not have questions about the legitimacy of virginia elections. And if he lost the election he would concede the race mccullough. So like that's distancing himself from trump who specifically said the opposite about virginia in particular junkin did not was given the opportunity but did not take the opportunity to distance himself on this issue of critical race theory. He once again said critical race. Theory is being taught in virginia classrooms. Which it's not it's illegal theory. It's like saying that. The theory of equitable distribution in divorce cases is being taught in the third grade. It's not. What do you make of that disparity thomas like. Why would you choose to distance yourself from the trump iast of trump issues which is election integrity but then maintain this idea that critical race theory is being taught in classrooms. Virginia what why the disparity there. Well yeah i couldn't tell you what glenn youngins team is thinking or telling him preparing to do. But what i can tell you. Is that those. Two things aren't equivalent supporting right to work or not supporting right to work as a legitimate policy position. And saying that you have trust in. The electoral system is a prerequisite to run for office for any party. So like the fact that that is what we're talking about as having young and separate himself from the base like who the heck is his base and mike. When i say that they're still working on their talking points. When i mean is terry mcauliffe is still running a message campaign about like send a message to donald trump. We don't want people like donald trump in this state and on young inside. It's and a message to joe biden. Then that's why you're voting me. I think ultimately neither one of those tactics are going to work because neither joe biden nor donald trump are running in this race and this is historically not what encourages people to come out and vote in these kinds of off year elections. The california recall election is proof positive to democrats that. Running against trump is still successful strategy in twenty twenty one. Like i'm not saying it's not going to carry them over the hump. What i am going to say is that it's not going to carry.

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"southwest virginia" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"southwest virginia" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I live in Lisbon, Portugal. My name's Bill Pamplin and I live in Southwest Virginia. My name is Kim Bostwick and I live in Truman's Bergen, New York, That's Finger Lakes region. My training is as an evolutionary biologist. Now I am a permaculture person raising my kids in hopes of avoiding a midlife crisis here at NPR. We wanted to hear from people who have already hit this milestone. We're starting with Kim Bostwick because she believes a midlife crisis isn't something to avoid. I get that you're going to think that I'm lame for even admitting that I had had been like crisis, but I did And it was great. You know what I saw? I saw that I needed to change some things in my life. Your mid life crisis. It's like your opportunity to look around and say, Well, did I get where I wanted to go? And if I keep going in this direction, Where does that lead is that someplace? I want to go? That process of asking myself that got me really clear about the parts of my life that I loved and wanted to embrace and support and nourish and the parts that I needed to leave behind and maybe the piece of advice is that you know, there is something to say, for maturing and experience, And that's what you have to look forward to. As you age. That was Kim Bostwick sharing her life advice..

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"southwest virginia" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"southwest virginia" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Texas and in the Plains, it's like five degrees. Right is that that's where people talk about your friend and they're not prepared for even a couple inches. I mean, there's no there's no salt trucks or anything like we have in the North. People don't know that if you go into the slide, don't Is that your brain? What do you What do you mean? Like we have in the north? You're in Nashville. What the hell do you know about what? I'm in northern are living in the South. I still claim Cleveland. I'm so Cleveland, Ohio is still my home. That's my home, okay? All right. So you got that going on? We're also because this is President's week asking you about your favorite president. I see that. So the one of the one most active one. I find this most appealing to me is how much you relying a postal service. What are you getting there? Yeah, it seems like everybody's experiencing Ah, lot of slowdowns, and they really do rely on the USPS. Chris Video biology. No, Bill Gino depends on the USPS for a lot and it says is taking over a week to get anything. Debbie P also relies on the Postal Service, and it's been slow. In Lexington, Kentucky. J sent his neighbor of Priority letter and it took eight days in this neighbor lives, neighbor Mile away from him and central Southwest Virginia. Eight days take it. Undermined. Let me just bring it down the street himself. He was testing it. He they were testing it. Yeah. There you go. They wanted to see how long it would take. Yeah. How's the test going on the national anthem rather than the salute the flag or just not have anything or America The beautiful Great. Donahoe wouldn't mind having the pledge of allegiance in place of the national anthem where Joanne Cloth Lee doesn't want any changes that, she says the national anthem before sports is part of an American heritage, and Jon Baker says no, Get rid of it all. Let's just have a full minute of screaming and yelling and get amped for the game. When did that start with the anthem being played before sporting events? What was it like World War? Two? Because this is not part of the fabric of America. You know, when people say that aid reaches a territory during the war, there was no let's sporting events. They're looking for war bonds. They wanted people to buy war bonds so they could support the war. The the war effort. And the national anthem came is a patriotic encouraged. Okay, Here's the Here's the national anthem. Now give us a buck, you know, And this is when people already were broke, like to the INS degree. You think some people have a tough now? 40% of the country during the war were broke. I mean, didn't have any place to live and food done, well, food insecurity because I'll go into the war effort. There were no cars that were made for four or five years. You know, and l production Al Factory for everything was for the war effort, and certainly because we weren't alive. Then we hear that story from maybe our parents, our grandparents, but That was part of the reality. Frankly, tough times. We think we have a tough now. You don't know what tough is till you go through what Some of those people will tell you about 28 after the hour here in the D. J B program. Hi. I'm more next time with the pet show tip of the day. Of all the questions I get asked more often than others. People say wine. I'd love to take my dog for a longer war. When I take him for a walk outside. He's constantly pulling and when I respond by saying, what do you do? The answer is always the same while he pulls. May I pull him back, I get a stronger collar. The bottom line is, if you want to teach your dog, not to Po, there's a method that we use in training called the about face method. So while you're walking with your dog the minute your dog gets in front of you give him a little tug on a leash, making about face walking in the opposite direction and use whatever word you want to use. Walk nicely or hell. It doesn't make any difference. Now, As soon as he gets in front of you again make that same turn and walk in the opposite direction. I know what you're saying, Warren, You're gonna get dizzy. Yeah, you're gonna get dizzy, but if you consistently make that about face turn The dog will get the idea and little by little. He will learn to walk at your side. But just remember, he should be walking. You left all the time and you take your dog out for a walk. It's not your walk. It is more next time. What could help you take advantage of today's low mortgage rates and save money Rocket can you could save hundreds of dollars.

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"southwest virginia" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"southwest virginia" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Depend on one or 5.9 FM W M A L A Cumulus station news Now. Millennial NEWS, too. Good afternoon. I'm Heather Curtis knew this hour A dozen Republican senators and senators elect say they'll object to certifying the results of the presidential election this week. That is, unless there's an appointment of a 10 Day oddity to go over the 2020 presidential election results. Republicans right quote a fair, incredible audit conducted expeditiously and completed well before January, 20th would dramatically improve Americans faith in our electoral process. On Wednesday, Vice President Mike Pence will preside over a joint congressional session that the Constitution mandates. Where Congress officially tallies the results of the electoral college that the individual states have certified and sent to Washington. If a member of the House and the Senate object to a state's results that forces a debate and then a vote in each chamber on whether to reject the state's electors, thoughts his Richardson's has the effort is likely. Unlikely to succeed. Flags are flying at half staff in Virginia today in memory of state Senator Ben Chafin, who died yesterday from covert. 19, The 60 year old who represented Southwest Virginia is the first lawmaker from the Commonwealth to die from Cove. It, governor Ralph Northam says in a statement. Quote. This is sad news to begin a new year with the loss of a kind and gracious man. If you want to vote early in the race for the Virginia House of Delegates District to see today's your last day to do that, in person, Democrat Candy King and Republican Heather Mitchell are running to fill the seat left vacant by Democratic delegate Jennifer Boy She quit December. 12 to run for governor. Polls closed today at five special election is Tuesday. A D. C. Police officer shoots and injures the man with an illegal gun on Georgia Avenue Northwest around eight this morning. Studies, new police chief Robert Conte says the officer's body cameras rolling when it happened. We'll continue to review video footage to see exactly what to say what the exchange was between the officer and individual. He says. He doesn't know what the man fired his gun. They found a semi automatic weapon with an extended.

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"southwest virginia" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"southwest virginia" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Jenny Lewis. George do solemnly swear, do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the laws that I will faithfully execute the law. Seven of the 13 members on the council are now women. Senate candidates and George are making their last pitch efforts to win over voters before Tuesday's runoff elections. The results of these races determine which party controls the chamber, he said it runoff races are high speaks in both Democrats and Republicans. They're playing their part to make sure there was Effective. Candidates pull off when here for Republicans that includes Senator Lindsey Graham, who has been stumping for Republican senators David for doing, Kelly laugh. Larry and senators for doing Leffler will get even more help. When President Trump and vice president Pence traveled to the state to rally voters to the polls on Monday, they'll likely have big competition from Democrats John Assad and Ravi Oh war Noch, who will have a president elect Biden and Vice President elect Harris, campaigning in Georgia, Boxfish Charles one. It's in Virginia State Senator Ben Chafin has died from covert 19. He was 60, the Republican from Russell County is represented Southwest Virginia in the state Senate since 2014 governor Ralph Northam says in a statement quote Southwest Virginia has lost two strong advocate and we have all lost a good man. The Virginia state flag will fly at half staff until sunset on the day of his internment. Congress does something it hasn't done since the Trump presidency started override a presidential veto. The Republican led Senate's overwhelmingly voted to pass a $740 billion defense policy bill over the veto of President Trump. The Democratic controlled House voted to override earlier in the week. The India is popular, provided pay raises for military members, guiding Pentagon policy and providing funding for programs and construction. Before adjourning. The Senate did not pass an increase in Corona virus stimulus despite President Trump's called to increase payments from $600 to $2000 Jared Halpern on Fox News Times have been tough for small businesses during the pandemic. Today, the downtown Frederick Partnership is hoping to get people out shopping and eating at local business suits in downtown Frederick is part of its annual first Saturday event. Wade Newmans, the co founder of Shock and Shock Oyster Bar. Business is definitely are excited for first Saturdays, you know, obviously not as excited as we used to be, but you know, hopefully that you know, hopefully that'll turn around soon, he says. Limited indoor dining capacity in a mandatory 10 PM closure have his restaurant doing skeleton numbers compared to before New Year's is a popular time for drunk driving. Justice 2021 started the results for the annual house safe for Our road survey came out for 2019. And there was a sobering statistic. Drunk driving fatality aren't just up there up nearly 6% and in fact to the highest levels have been for at least a decade. That's the concern of the report. Heard. Eric spin with the Washington Regional Alcohol Program, said the good news is the number of drunk driving injuries. Crashes and arrests in our region were all down in 2019 traffic and weather next The latest numbers. We're seeing a rise in.

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Ben Chafin, a Virginia State Senator, Dies With Covid-19

Legally Speaking with Attorney Mike Collins

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Ben Chafin, a Virginia State Senator, Dies With Covid-19

"Senator Ben Chafin has died from covert 19. He was 60, the Republican from Russell counties represented South West Virginia in the state Senate Cinch, 2014 Governor Ralph Northam says in a statement Quote. Southwest Virginia has lost their strong advocate and we have all lost a good man. The

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"southwest virginia" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"southwest virginia" Discussed on WTOP

"Thousands of used cars and trucks visit fit small dot com That's the fits way. Steve Dresner w T o P traffic. Thank you, Steve. And now we go to storm Team four. Meteorologist Samara Theodore. Overnight lows falling into the mid to upper forties. We are mostly cloudy tonight tomorrow highs in the mid to upper fifties, slightly cooler, much of the day filled with clouds. Tomorrow night is when that next cold front pushes through and it's going to prompt some showers will be seeing rain moderate it time's moving through the area, primarily late Sunday night into early Monday morning by Monday midday were dry by the afternoon. Sunny highs on Monday will be in the low to mid fifties. Sonny on Tuesday over forties low fifties I'm starting for meteorologists. Samara Theodore 60 degrees now in college Park. It's 59 in Annandale and 61 degrees in the district at 8 11 Woman and three Children are dead after an apparent murder suicide in southwest Virginia today, the Smith County Sheriff's Office says a 27 year old woman killed a 10 year old, a six year old and three year old before killing herself. This happened Friday morning and marry in a small town in southwest Virginia. Deputies say an eight year old child escaped the scene. No other suspects are involved, according to police, who have not released the names of the woman or the Children. Investigators are looking for the cause of the fire Last night in Montgomery County that claimed the life of one person, it appears that a house fire in silver Spring has turned deadly. Fire officials found a body in the home on Lorraine Avenue and Silver Spring near the intersection of Coles Hill Road in University Boulevard. Pete Parents here with Montgomery County's Fire Department dispatch. They what we call a task force, which is probably equivalent to a second alarm, so Least 85. Firefighters were here almost a scene. At one point. Investigators say the body was on the second floor of the house and is believed to be the only person who lived there. They say there were hoarding conditions inside that likely contributed to the severity of the fire. Nick I. Nelly..

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"southwest virginia" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"southwest virginia" Discussed on WTOP

"Good morning. I'm John Aaron. The top local stories we're following this hour. Some arrests were made after protesters again turned out of the D C police station and at one point got violent demonstrations, worrying response to the death of a man who was killed when he crashed his mope Ed after police attempted a traffic stop. Nine people were arrested last night outside the D C police station along Georgia Avenue in northwest A demonstration took a turn when protesters began throwing objects at the station in officers, according to NBC for the father of the man, who died was also arrested. 20 year old Karen Hilton was killed during a police pursuit last month when his moped hit a car in Brighton Park. Video of the incident shows police decided to pursue Hilton because he wasn't wearing a helmet and he was riding on the sidewalk. City regulations don't allow officers to pursue people over minor traffic violations. All four of the officers involved have since been placed on leave Melissa al w. T. O P. Nis. Two men have been shot and killed this morning in Woodbridge. Police said. It happened during a large party at a home on Bristol court. They arrived at the home and found the men along with a woman who had been shot The woman's in the hospital with non life threatening injuries. The two men died at the home. Another man who was at the party later arrived at the hospital with a gunshot wound as well. No one's been arrested. But police say there is not a threat to the community because the shooting was isolated to the house and was not random. US. Corona virus cases have again spiked with the country setting a single day record for new cases on Friday and in this area yesterday, D C recorded its highest number of new cases since June with 122 new cases. Virginia reported more than 1500 new cases yesterday, bringing the States seven day average of new daily cases to a record level. But that rises largely Fueled by soaring cases in southwest Virginia, protesters have again march to the northwest House of D. C's mayor. This time, demonstrators say they need rent relief. We.

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U.S. Coronavirus Cases Set New Record as Infections Soar

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. Coronavirus Cases Set New Record as Infections Soar

"Corona virus cases have again spiked with the country setting a single day record for new cases on Friday and in this area yesterday, D C recorded its highest number of new cases since June with 122 new cases. Virginia reported more than 1500 new cases yesterday, bringing the States seven day average of new daily cases to a record level. But that rises largely Fueled by soaring cases in southwest Virginia,

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Washington DC surpasses single-day record for COVID-19 cases

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Washington DC surpasses single-day record for COVID-19 cases

"Cases of spiked again with the country setting a single day record for new cases on Friday and in this area yesterday, D C recorded its highest number of new cases since June with 122 new cases. Virginia reported more than 1500 new cases yesterday, bringing the States seven day average of new daily cases to a record level. But that rises largely fueled by soaring cases in southwest Virginia. Protesters

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Tropical Storm Bertha makes landfall on South Carolina's coast

Rush Limbaugh

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Tropical Storm Bertha makes landfall on South Carolina's coast

"H. National Weather Service says the biggest threat for severe storms this evening here is north and west of the city there's possibility for damaging winds and large hail tropical storm Bertha has formed off the South Carolina coast but it's not a threat to us forecasters were caught a bit off guard is tropical storm Bertha form quickly off the set southeastern coastline Bertha is has high winds and already is drenched parts of other states as it makes landfall Dennis feltgen with the national hurricane center warned it's not a system to be taken lightly the rainfall first is expected to produce total accumulations of three to four inches isolated totals of eight inches across central South Carolina and in the west central to far southeastern North Carolina and even up in the southwest Virginia and as we saw in South Florida this kind of rainfall may produce even life threatening flash flooding has wins at roughly fifty miles per hour but again this is not a threat to the

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Washington, DC - Judge Rejects Lawsuit Over Order; No Religious Exemption

Dan Proft

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Washington, DC - Judge Rejects Lawsuit Over Order; No Religious Exemption

"Judge rejected a lawsuit asking to be excluded from a stay at home water a judge in southwest Virginia has rejected a lawsuit that sought to carve out a religious exemption to governor Ralph Northam executive order requiring people to stay at home Russell county resident Larry Hughes filed the lawsuit this week he said the governor's stay at home order infringed on his religious freedom and sought an exception that would allow attendance at Easter services this Sunday democratic Attorney General mark herring's office defended the executive order during a hearing Thursday Russell county circuit court judge Michael Moore left the executive order intact at the conclusion of the hearing

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"southwest virginia" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"southwest virginia" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Contests in Florida Illinois Arizona and Ohio Harvey Weinstein faces up to twenty nine years in prison at sentencing in New York today W. CBS radio's Marla diamond prosecutors cite a litany of sexual abuse and harassment allegations against Weinstein dating back to the late seventies in asking judge James Burke for a harsh sentence his attorneys have asked for five years saying it would essentially be a life sentence for wind Steen given his age and medical issues Weinstein is sixty seven and still faces a trial in LA on similar charges the man serving life for a two thousand two sniper spree that killed ten people has found love behind bars Lee Boyd Malvo's gotten married at red onion state prison in southwest Virginia this is CBS news good morning and welcome to CBS this morning joined Tony Dokoupil Anthony Mason and Gayle king weekday mornings on CBS this morning if you haven't been to the San Diego air and space museum lately go back and check it out again if you are already a member or have the Balboa park explorer pass you know what I'm talking about San Diego air and space museum in Balboa park it's year round family fun with a purpose helping kids of all ages get into science technology engineering and math those of the stem areas bringing on the future you're going to find all kinds of new things now cutting edge simulator rides the first and best forty theatre in the park and the expanded space gallery fantastic things added all the time it's called space our greatest adventure includes the real Apollo nine and so much more things that have never been on display are now on display and new things added all the time so so many reasons to check out the fun in the information of course are world class collection of aviation and space history them into a simulator rides as I mentioned I don't forget for gift giving opportunities anytime of the year the gift shop is phenomenal for those hard to buy for people San Diego air and space museum Balboa park ticket out San Diego air and space dot org details.

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Tornado touches down in Nashville

Red Eye Radio

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Tornado touches down in Nashville

"As we continue to provide details again the National Weather Service has confirmed a tornado did touch down near Nashville Tennessee in the overnight hours it is rare that the National Weather Service would confirm a tornado before going out and investigating so we do know this must have been a severe and as first light corrupts we will see more of the potential circumstances from the damaging tornado that has moved through on the ground about ten miles east of Nashville and we know of some damage in hermitage and in around the natural area at least twenty homes have been damaged trees have been uprooted now this storm will be moving today slowly throughout the south you can expect Louisiana Alabama portions of Georgia on up through the western Carolinas into southwest Virginia to experience the potential for severe weather

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"southwest virginia" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:25 min | 3 years ago

"southwest virginia" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Started out writing about cars for mainstream media outlets. Like washing time Detroit News, free press visited daily America's banker national review Chicago review Wall Street Journal, on and on, and on, and on, and not at some point it occurred to him, that cars, and of course, motorcycles, represent food, but that the freedom to drive and freedom to drive. What y'all wanna drive was being systematically undermined by -tarian control freaks dressed in red and blue, his former conservatism evolved into libertarian. In ism. We'll talk about that this oddball idea that live live out to be basis for human interaction. He's got books, two thousand seven road hogs four automate automotive atrocities and his latest. Don't get taken for a ride was published. Seventeen Eric Liz, in the booties, a rule southwest Virginia with various animals, and won't get near an airport until that TSA's submission training. Goes away rounder memo. Karen, catas- geeze on the show, quite a bit in she lives near you out there and West Virginia somewhere Dungy..

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