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Rand Paul test vote sidelined but offers early look at Republican opposition for Trump impeachment trial
"President Trump. CBS is Stacey Stacey Lynn with details senators getting called up in groups of four alphabetically Barasa. Mr Bennett. Mrs Blackburn, signing the Oth book to ensure impartial justice as jurors and Donald Trump's historic impeachment trial. Some Republican senators want to stop the proceedings, Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky trying to get the case dismissed and we'll try to force a vote on whether the impeachment trial of a former president is even allowed under the Constitution, the trial said to begin in two weeks. Stay. Zealand CBS News Capitol Hill and we
"stacey stacey" Discussed on Reality Bites
"I know but that's just how seat like in her house. Some chill you gotTa have a little bit of chill. polly it's chest and then but in the preview he shows up at the hotel. So looks like they are going to quarantine together. Now, the big thing that is in the previews for next week's episode of Darcy and Stacey is that apparently there is there's some new information about floor in. That's GONNA come out and Darcy needs to warn Stacey Stacey needs to see these. Photos. But what she doesn't know is that Stacey and Florian or eloping in their hotel room because the churches in the court houses are closed and they have to get married within the ninety days. Then there's some sort of of wrench thrown into the whole thing where they find out, they have to drive to another town or another city and get legally married somewhere else. Before midnight like the same day, there's some sort of big hiccup and as I was trying to like decipher what exactly is going on in this preview and I was reading online that apparently there's some sort of plot twist where Oh. There's a problem you can't get married here in this hotel room right now you have to go somewhere else. So there's a whole race. Against the clock and Darcy's trying to warn stacey meanwhile stacey's eloping and like just go ahead and making this whole thing legal. So crazy craziness, and then of course, we are getting closer and closer to October eleventh. The return of the other way which we found out from Devon's mom Alicia is going to be like another twelve thirteen episodes. This is amazing. This is art. So much. So that would actually time out because happily ever after US three more. Tells Yup. So yeah, that would probably pretty closely lineup to the comeback of the other on Sunday nights. So just will be returning Sunday nights. October eleventh. We'll be back with episode of Reality Bites One week from today. Don't forget to find us on apple podcast. Google, play I heart radio wherever you listen to podcasts, rate and subscribe..
High tides flood California coastline
"They're bracing for the possibility of more flooding tonight in an area of the Newport Beach, where high tide and large waves turned out to be a scary bitch last night cost some serious flooding in a residential neighborhood along the Balboa Peninsula that's nearly popular surfing spot known as the Wedge. CBS CBS to to Stacey Stacey Butler Butler says says people people who who live live on on the the affected affected blocks blocks that that had had no no warning warning about about what what was was gonna gonna happen. happen. Just Just after after a a 30 30 last last night, night, people people say say it it just just kept kept coming coming for for an an hour. hour. The The water water just just filled filled the the streets. streets. I I even even branded branded a a sailboat. sailboat. It It was was tossed tossed and and turned turned in in the water right at the wedge. Several people were aboard that boat when it was capsized and pushed onto the shore. If they all came out, okay with the help of some good Samaritans, who granted the same water was as much as two feet deep as a rushed ahead of the seaside neighborhood flowed into some homes and garages. The war general exactly how much damage all that caused.
Next Democratic Debate To Be Held At Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta
"The next democratic presidential debates appears to be be heading heading to to the the newly newly opened opened Tyler Tyler Perry Perry studios studios in in Atlanta Atlanta organizers organizers say say the the final final details details are are still still being being worked worked out out for for the the November November twentieth twentieth democratic democratic presidential presidential debate debate the the Georgia Georgia Democrat Democrat Stacey Stacey Abrams said on Twitter over the weekend that they're looking forward to welcoming the candidates to the Tyler Perry studios the complex on the land of former it for fifty years and is the first major film studio in the US on by an African American it would be the first major political debate hosted in Atlanta in over twenty five years Lisa Carter
Meet Two MacArthur 'Genius Grant' Scientists
"All right kwong scientists show and tell tell me about our geologists Andrea Dutton well we described Andrea as like a CSI investigator of sea level rise but I would also consider her a time traveler to she looked specifically for fossil coral goals from this period called the last interglacial one hundred twenty five thousand years ago Oh so bp what before the podcast gone it's terrible joke anyway last interglacial earth was a little warmer than it is now and her work suggests that oceans were twenty to thirty feet higher than they are today Whoa yeah and by gathering data from the last time Earth got the swarm the last interglacial win ice sheets melted and sea levels rose Andrea can offer insights into how it could all go down in our present day okay that that is very cool and seems relevant Is there anything interesting that she's learned so far okay well Andrew told me about this one trip to the Seychelles this island nation in the Indian Ocean where her team found fossil corals at a really high elevation really high and that freaked her out why's that that's because Andrea new in that moment that in order for the corals have been that high for the ocean who've risen to that point put them there the Antarctic ice sheet must have been melting at that time that's the the single biggest massive ice on earth so when we got this result in the Seychelles I did walk away from the outcrop and I sat down on the beach and I thought myself you know what people are not going to like this because I knew right away meant that in artists have contributed a lot of ice melted and that was not good news for our future because it means that we may be headed in the same direction meaning the Antarctic icesheet may melt and contribute to sea level rise in the same way in our time so we have some clarity on what the future could look like because Andrea is traveling back in time to gather this information from oceans in the ancient past I'm into it I'm nervous about it but I'm into it yeah okay so tell me about the other Macarthur winner tell me about Stacey Stacey Jupiter I'm forty three years old and I'm the Melania director with the Wildlife Conservation Society Melanesia is a region in the Pacific Ocean home to all these island nations Fiji where she's located Papua New Guinea the Solomon Islands just to name a few the water is just beyond her doorstep and I'm trying to get out as much as I can and take my three year old son out as well we love to go for puddle and just show him the crabs on the seawall and we'd go look for sea snakes or raise that might scoot off as we go over them so it's a nice place just to look out and be inspired by the Marine Environment Fiji is spread across three hundred islands stacey lives in the capital Suva where she thinks a lot about how to work with locals around conservation okay how does she do well she not only looks at the hard science of what's happening to say the fish the coral reefs but the environmental factors human activity to for her conservation means not only protecting the land but the people who live on continuing their need for sustainable jobs access to natural resources their physical health or mental health sometimes this looks like formal programs other times it looks like this Oh okay this is my favorite type of sites communication what you're watching is a youtube clip of one hundred twenty five people disco dancing in the streets of Suva organized this flash mob with the motto Moran eggs more fish like all flash they're calling on the government to protect areas where fish come together to reproduce they're kind of like discos okay this frenzy of fish movement as they release their eggs and that's why it was a disco inspired flash mob this is some solid science outreach right here so fun that's not all Stacey has done she's commissioned a comic book why is she having so much fun during science I did not have this much fun well it's because you didn't help commission back in the river so they have this epic journey they come across all these obstacles on the way and to explain this whole process to kids she created a comic book called the adventures of Joe Jacobi he's a little bit precocious he gets lost from the rest of his school and he ends up having to go back upstream with this kind of crazy inventor scientists crab and his sidekicks now and through the story of them trying to get upstream defined his home they encounter all of the different hazards of human impact all along the way like fishing and dams and river sediment and then the Wildlife Conservation Society's Fiji program which Stacey used to run turned the comic book into a puppet show routed to schools and kids loved it I was onboard until puppets got involved you would love this matty in the moment right after the DOJ Gobi puppet encounters Barracuda are you sure it's just not them screaming because there's nobody knows the mysteries of children all the kids were given river-monitoring kits afterwards with the idea of encouraging there virtue of the land one day as adults indigenous people have tenure over about eighty seven to ninety eight percent of all of the land in Melanesia until it re the is those kids when they grow up they're the ones who will be looking after the place because they they own the land and they have the rights to say whether or not they're going to sleep this is pretty amazing like the level of creativity here and engagement and fun I am all for this sands puppets yeah over the phone in before our interview Stacy said to me look I'm trained in science but what moves people is stories each creativity is a big part of how she approaches commercialisation and your field and try to stay within one field and say you are the expert on this one particular topic but for myself I always didn't rebelled against that I really wanted to be more of a generalist and able to look across disciplines across different habitats and I think that and that's what's needed stacy's to tackle these seemingly intractable global problems stacey and Andrea they work on opposite sides of the world but they know each other and Andrea actually works with another macarthur fellow in this cohort Jerry Metro Rica at Harvard he interprets her data about corals so that it can
"stacey stacey" Discussed on This Week In Google
"Yes, you could you could. Oh, you could build a connected. Bobble head Leo. Yeah. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. Stacey, Stacey Stacey, you don't build caso a crock pot country all the time. Okay, leo. Nice. We'll see that our challenge. There is the Cervo to actually do the punch. It's not the voice command. We know we know how to make it work and just paid. I've paid a Burke twice what you offered him to keep it from building. It. I have a standing offer for all engineers, whatever anybody asks, you to build such a thing I will pay you twice with a offer. It has visual output via HTML five of assistant responses, when you know that's the service not the library. This is pretty pretty nifty. So if you have a raspberry pi you can play with it right now. Yeah. See, there's that you don't need a chip. This kid, but again end users can or cannot by the Google, what do they, what do they call the Google? A macho. Oh, let me get the right words on the gave it away at, oh man, but they're going, it's going to be available later and it's called Google assistant. Connect so GAC. That secret session. You got it. I guess so I don't know. I didn't go to the I didn't go to because I was doing something else last week, which makes me so sad, Kevin just sent me the link to the local technologies for the smart home. Google nineteen video on YouTube, so I I I'm not on the chat. So I can't put it in the chat. Sorry. Oh, it's not loading for some reason. That's okay. That's cool. I want. But do you think they'll ever cheese Louise? It is worth is that my manual. I love it. Apparently Burke's working on it. I told you I'd pay you twice. What stays? He's paying nothing you can pay. It's nothing stay nothing Leo can offer him that Stacey can't top and is gonna say, might my cheery. Stay on call you will be called upon. I want to buy this thing, though, I wanna get I think you have to wait till October. And then the local homeless decay will be in developer preview, soon as per Kevin. So it's not available yet. But then you can download it onto a pie or something like that. In does it Google actually has their they have their any an y and they have a Google assistant any, but I don't know how that fits in with any of this, in those were, they had a computer vision one in a voice activated one and they were like how you could play with some Google's and I'll p technology. And then, you know, I mean I bought the Amazon racer that little car that Amazon's offering. It's not. It'll come in a couple of months, so lower level thing, but I'm just saying this is a good single encourage hobbyists and people, you know, to experiment with especially kids, high school kids and the like to experiment with it. They should they should make these sort of available sell them on the ADA, fruit or something. They just announced it. I mean, maybe they will maybe they will or they'll kill it after a few months. We'll never know. It's cocoa. Who knows? But, you know, that's a great way. So a bunch of Michael's teenage friends. They're all soft Mars in highschool, have come to me and said that we wanna learn programming help us learn how to code, and so I have agreed somehow to figure out a way to do this. Like every Friday, we'll meet and we'll, we'll do something, oh, and honestly, the best way to do something like that is to have some piece of hardware that they can attempt to write something actually that we talked about last week..
"stacey stacey" Discussed on KGO 810
"Is every week. We are here on K G O from nine to ten AM. And when I say we I mean, good friends, Alex and Stacey Stacey ran decker. Hey, charlie. Morton low excitement, I always liked that. Well, and you know, what is exciting this morning. Can we tell them that? I I was not the last person here this morning. And. I was on a bicycle, and I beat you Stacy is experiencing experimenting trying and always on some form of transportation other than an automobile, although occasionally in the car because the last time I saw her she was racing off in a Mustang bullet that's another story for later today with her Alex stack and with me, Alex, good morning. I you know, it's been a week since I've seen you both. And you know for the record I have not sold a car. I have not bought a car. But I'm here to talk about cars. That's a very quiet week for Alex. But you did get a chance to drive some new stuff. I know you went up to the can you talk about it not until the thirtieth. Okay. So there you go gets a chance we all get a chance to drive different vehicles. And one of the things that I do want to talk about. So here we are in a wonderful day in the beautiful city of San Francisco by the bay. It is wintertime as much of a winter as we get here. When we talk about all of the development that's happening in different ways of transportation. Stacey you've on a bike or scooter or some other form outside of car. We have kind of a mild winter here. So. Yeah. Definitely felt it. Cold. But it's I, you know, it's not unbearable for sure I think we we we saw you wandering off from em city in Michigan onto Ann Arbor. And that was in the fall and that felt worse. I felt worse on my hands for sure, but I was on it longer. Yeah. So one of the things that we don't experience.
"stacey stacey" Discussed on WRVA
"I just wanted to say I mean, this is a conservative conservatives moment in time. I worked I was a door knocker for Dave brat. And I'm gonna tell you we need to rally we need to petition we need to do everything we can do because this is good against evil. The fact that you know, Ralph nor them, you know, as far as the black face is bad. But what is the most stalling saying that he said about the baby and that right there, if we don't take this moment right now and get you know. As many people as we can get to petition to get route, nor them gone. Black phase. And like Stalin stadium communism. Stacey Stacey listen. I don't disagree with anything that you've said, by the way. But my question is you think any of them will resign? We have to make them group in things success the numbers. The only way they're gonna resign is a whole bunch of. How to Stacey? Finding get rid is AC. Stacey they don't care. What conservatives think Ralph Northam cared? What conservatives thought he wouldn't have come out with the outrageous infanticide comments? We have to act. All right. I appreciate thank you. Thank you. I appreciate the call, isn't it? I don't disagree with what Stacey say, I just want to be very clear this. But if you think for a second that north Fairfax are herring are sitting in their office, gone wonder, what those conservatives they don't care. They don't care. They are Uber leftists. They are doing everything possible to enact the most extreme policies. My question to you is will any of them resigned. Voluntarily Freddie is in Richmond. Freddie. Welcome in NewsRadio WNBA. Hi, how are you? Fine. Thank you. Thank you. To resign. Because. One thing. Something. All deal because I. Myself. I'm not a northern fan. But I think that when he brought that estate. Doc about the baby's heart. Democrats. Like it, of course. And I think that if they've had that picture. A long time because you know, if collaspe and. That will run and found that I'm in a in a book, you know? That's just to Freddie, Freddie. I have to I have to ask you the same question because I'm asking a specific question for a specific reason. But it doesn't seem like anybody actually to answer it will Northam Fairfax or herring voluntarily resigned. Well, any of those three they will not okay. Fair enough. Okay. Fair enough. Thank you. I appreciate the I appreciate the insight. She's right. By the way, I agree with one hundred percent. None of them are going to voluntarily stepped out the one who was seriously considering and was being pressured beyond all get out to resign was north north of now has unbelievable cover, and I would dare say that none of them will wind up residing voluntarily. All right coming up at three thirty five a democrat, a major loudmouthed democrat. And I say that with with a great deal of affection will be with us at three thirty five. We'll get some insight. Mhm him. What he thinks.
"stacey stacey" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Okay. Yeah. Good. Boy, I'll tell you the snow in Kansas City in the cold in New England rarely seemed to put a damper on those conditions to pass the ball. Brady threw for one touchdown. How about those conditions? They hit like a snow in Kansas City. I'm sorry. I thought you were gonna make fun of them portraying it as a snow game. When when you were tweeting out. Just knocked the snow off the seats. If you miss that. That was funny. Oh, what a terrible blizzard in Kansas City. There's gonna everything's out of control that they go to who was it. Stacey Stacey dales that sounds right. I think I'm sorry. I apologize. I remember who I tweeted out the woman on television. I'm not making fun of her making fun of what happened. So she tells she's talking to you about the snow has been falling overnight. And in fact, if you hear a noise round the stadium you'll see this and she pulls out a little segment of garden hose and says the workers here in Kansas City to clear the seats are smacking the seats with a garden hose. Yeah. So it's not so much that to get the snow off the CG just not just falls off. Now, it's clear now, you know, like when you when you tap your car in the snow falls off the side of it. You don't have to use the brush what a blizzard. Hey, snow out get notes. No get out of here as opposed to like, shovels attack, O's and everything. And whatever I I just think the weather thing is really the biggest narrative in the history of the sport Philip rivers, and now one in five in games that are under..
"stacey stacey" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Nine ninety nine talking about a lot of things we talked about Pelosi becoming speaker again about the Democrats saying not one penny for the wall. Trump wants five billion are the just going to stay like that. I mean, something's got to happen who's going to cave or are they going to compromise? And where do you think it should go? And we've also got the situation where Scarborough's calling for the twenty fifth amendment to get rid of Trump early. And we've got democrat Representative Brad Sherman already calling for impeachment and many of the Democrats are talking about using subpoena power to investigate investigate investigate is that really good for the nation. And is there anything at this level yet that you think would warrant trumping impeach it certainly isn't going to warrant the Senate Republicans convicting him. And then I'll tell you about this MSNBC guy who says that well if Trump was around when? Jesus was born Jesus might died early. Didn't have a plant Latin. Besides that. That's not the point. Okay. We'll get to it in a second. Let me get some of your thoughts in. Stacey Stacey you're on the Schnitt show. My name is Greg Knapp filling in go right ahead. Yeah. I was calling about the impeachment. You did mention that I could be impeached based on mental impairment now that would be the twenty fifth amendment. Hold on real quick. You would do the twenty fifth amendment on mental impairment, you would do impeachment for high crimes and misdemeanors. Okay. So. Asian of mental impairment cabinet member. It would usually be his cabinet members. Numbers cabinet members can link to do that. No, they're not likely to do that. Unless there really was a problem. He clearly. Diagnosed. Logic. Personality disorder. I think he's suffers from ADHD and certainly oppositional defiant disorder. Okay. So what are you? Are you a psychiatrist? I had not psychologists are your psychology psychologists. If I am you are okay with a PHD in psychology. No, I don't have a PHD, then you're not a psychologist masters. Okay. I have a masters in counseling psychology as well. And I'm sure you were taught ethics that you're never supposed to diagnose someone that. You haven't actually interviewed right? Yes. However, However, I will. Right. Knows you speak, right. These. Sweeping up or demand. Megalomaniac behaviour. Stacey. 'cause we're both or both people who have studied.
"stacey stacey" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"I think I'm not really a fan of him. Now, I think I used to love him more years and years ago, and I probably dating myself when he used to Saturday Night Live skits. Oh my gosh. He was so funny in that. And then he did, you know slash. And to the other caller mentioned that I love when he's in a comic role. I know I've seen a few of his series ones. Right. But I think he is just such a good comedic actor. He can just bring so much funny lines and just say them perfectly. So I don't know if I really like him right now. I think he's on too many serious ones. He needs to do some more companies to make us laugh. Thank you. Stacey Stacey I'm going to let Paul have the final word on the phones here because he hates, Tom. Hey. Oh, good. That would be a great place to end. Well, no. Because we haven't heard from anybody who has that opinion. Hi, paul. All right. You hate Tom Hanks will I don't know what Tom Hanks she was talking about. But. I don't particularly like him. You know, it started started out with. Smart man, you know, that for the gut movie. Yep. It was like nails on a blackboard. And it seems to me that he always plays. Himself certain actors like John Wayne, even he always played himself. There's no no stretch. And it just. I don't know. I don't get him. You don't love them. But I just. You know, I I can't watch it Tom Hanks movie. Yeah. And that bit he's doing Saturday Night Live. The Halloween the Halloween David s pumpkins the skeleton. Yup. I I never got that. Thank you for your calls alone. I think Paul's criticism is one that I've heard you referenced earlier more than once. But I mean, I don't agree. But I think that he has he's saying something that other people have very much said, well, we have another Paul who's in the studio who actually knows his way around movies. We can maybe ask him for his Tom Hanks.
"stacey stacey" Discussed on WSB-AM
"One click, buying, on Amazon would. Be necessary to Amazon prime addict Stacey Stacey what a great suggestion so what Stacy's referring to is for the last I don't know twenty five years. I've talked about if you have a spending problem and you're running up charges. On credit cards you can't pay that you literally freeze your credit cards by, getting a freezer bag filling it with water put the cards and seal the bag and. Throw it in your freezer and that. Way you will not be able To use the cards when you're, tempted because by, the time. You, have waited for them to thaw the urge. To spend will pass we had one poster who on Clark stink several years ago who said that she wanted to buy something took the bag out of the. Freezer and then put the bag the, contents in the microwave and warp the card so it did keep her. From spending right yeah having things set up one click to purchase on, Amazon, is, horrific for spending turn. Off one click to purchase regardless if you do that right now stop doing it. Force yourself to go through the process of entering a card number even if you don't have, what you consider to. Be a horrific spending problem turn off any kind of thing, where the cards are, auto loaded because when you remove the friction of having to get your. Card out and type typing and all that You'll buy more things than you really need or want or intend to Whoa whoa whoa careful with that advice you advised a woman. To pick two months a year and play small charges, on credit. Cards she doesn't normally use to ensure the counts remain open bad advice I routinely use a single, rewards credit card and when it expired and I got a new one. I dug out my old one and noticed I had three credit cards I, have not used. In the last two years to preclude having the issuers close those accounts I made a very small charge. On east each less than twenty dollars over the course, of a week so the cards would show activity and. Not, be cancelled which would have negatively affected my credit yields -ation rate however.
"stacey stacey" Discussed on Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour
"Like on top of it i just thought like what in chief mit like what away to say we've been doing this for ten years there's like there's a vocabulary to the the special of tax that all of the design were being brought together into one movie ed just it was like seriously ambitious and like like i don't care if it's a studio movie i don't care if they only did it to make money i think that the work that went into that was like master level shit i it was crazy in you know like there could be gripes sure there's always gonna be some gripes you know but i love i love it man and like that i like the star wars movies but i love the marble i feel like these feel like they're written like fan fiction where some of the star wars stuff feels a little like loosey goosey a little bit but you know that's me stacey stacey is going to be like ooh to kill this guy i don't care if you recommend good whiskey he said like have a weird relationship stalls on probably gonna get lynch today's now get site on like the original trinity of always sore it when i was maybe like it was after reach also the original trilogy seven to can post two days in is so it had to leave up to on also it was just the time of like cgi starting to get quite good i'm we'll think the the stall was original trinity has some amazing effects in it for its time of them still really hold now but only on what i'm not as with those movies as the papal of soul them when they came cinemas.
"stacey stacey" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"Halftime all right it's another tuesday coming up more primaries to states we're going to focus in on here real quick first of all georgia there's a really interesting gubernatorial race going on right the democrats are interesting because there's two women they're both named stacey stacey stacey abrams and stacey evans so it's kinda concocted be kind of confusing one is african american one is white and they have slightly different theories of the case about how you can win in a state like georgia in the past we've seen democrats like michelle nunn not reach that magic threshold of getting thirty one or thirty two percent of the white vote which people thought democrats needed to kind of crack the code in the south and south is changing and it's getting less white and more minority and stacey abrams thinks that young people minorities and single women are a bigger and bigger part of the electorate and she can energize that part of the base stacey evans think it's thinks it's still that you got to reach out to those white trump type voters and they are facing off in a primary so that seem dynamic is playing out in so many races in one way or another i was i was in houston last week and one of the racist i was looking at is a race that's going to be decided in a runoff tomorrow it's a primary between two democrats in the seventh district which is like the archetype of the exact type of district the democrats are trying to flip to win back control the house high income high education suburban district ringing a big city voted for a republican but also voted for hillary clinton there's like twenty five of these districts they think they can get back to the house through these districts so in houston you have a similar dynamic though the racial politics are a bit different it's the question of do we win this race by appealing in broad strokes to moderate republicans who we think we can win or do we say you know what we're going to charge up our base we're going to be really progressive we're gonna excite voters and we're going to get our base to turn out at higher levels than they have before.
"stacey stacey" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Is animals the only thing i would say is animals don't do this animals don't do this to each other i i think it's an insult to animals to call them animals but this is evil this is an evil element in our country and the lax policies at our border in the lack of will that both republicans and democrats have demonstrated over the years is absolutely outrageous and infuriating and i'm glad that donald trump had these people at the white house yesterday who can tell real stories that otherwise are not reported they're not reported by the media by the way this melissa menendez also made a point about marijuana and how drug legalization another store you don't hear about still stacey stacey montgomery right so she was not choose the other person we just quoted stacey montgomery from lassen county da there she talked about how the legalization of pot has an x one a large portion of these people that are coming in to do this are illegal immigrants because of the legalization of marijuana in california now we're seeing those same individuals working with other criminal groups the asian groups the russian groups the motorcycle groups all kinds of organized crime it's bringing into rural worse the legalisation made it worse legalization of marijuana has made it worse because they see this is another this is another crop they can grow and so they're trying to take advantage of that how about this effort that i've exposed a few days ago on the ingram angle in a monologue this discharge petition effort by twentyfive republican open borders congressman republicans they have about eighteen or nineteen so far a who are going to push for a consideration of amnesty and work with the democrats to pass something over the next week or so on our facebook page are the names of those who have already signed this petition and.
"stacey stacey" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Overnight partly cloudy and sixty one thursday mostly sunny high of seventy eight friday partly cloudy with a chance of showers mainly south east of the city high of seventy two and saturday partly cloudy with a chance of showers overnight high of seventy three sixty one at o'hare sixty three at midway we're looking at about sixty in juliet sixty three at the lakefront next news at two as marley on on chicago's very own seven twenty wgn woman told my mother before you're listening pretty late ivanhoe's patti vasquez live in the allstate showcase studio joining us on the line is that lars digman who is in the middle of doing a reading for stacey now can you remind us of the three songs that you're using to do a reading for stacey stacey randomly mirror has two faces you don't own me and super freak you're a very freaky girl and she was telling me that she's too nervous and with her husband for anyone i'm assuming it's not just your husband right this is shut down completely right okay good so what do you what the reason this works and how it works i'm like those bastards the universe is been nettling bites it's trying to help you to be the best food could be and white now you're so way down with money problems mortgage problems.
"stacey stacey" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"I could be wrong she could be gender fluid i don't know or gender plasmas some say see bailey once mansfield to admit what they did was wrong yes you're wrong it's her attorney you're wrong because i should be able to talk about artists who are gay and their partners in me and my partner in elementary class we've been in disbelief we've been shocked we've been hurt deeply that's the gay woman's partner she was treated differently than than heterosexual couples who show their their significant others if i told you if a heterosexual couple came out and started talking about gay artists and their partners they too would be polled i think in look i'm not a legal expert by any means but i think that the things i'm talking about i think nancefields got a pretty good chance that lesbians and gays can't teach elementary students that's why it's wrong it's not true a lesbian woman her has been teaching elementary students for ten years makings true what they said discrimination against gays and lesbians is wrong and unconstitutional stacey stacey is filing this lawsuit and taking this action in hopes of pushing mansfield out of the shadows of discrimination and into the sunshine of equal rights.
"stacey stacey" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Or agenda plasmas some say basie bailey once mansfield to admit what they did was wrong yeah see you're wrong that's her attorney you're wrong because i should be able to talk about artists who are gay and their partners in me and my partner in elementary class we've been in disbelief we've been shocked we've been hurt deeply let's the woman's partner he was treated differently than than heterosexual couples who show their their significant others if i told you if a heterosexual couple came out and started talking about gay artists and their partners they too would be cold i think in look i'm not a legal expert by any means but i think that the things i'm talking about i think mansfield got a pretty good chance that lesbians and gays can't teach elementary students that's why it's wrong it's not true a lesbian woman her has been teaching elementary students for ten years if anything's true what they said discrimination against gays and lesbians is wrong and unconstitutional stacey stacey is filing this lawsuit and taking this action in hopes of pushing mansfield out of the shadows of discrimination and into the sunshine of equal rights.
"stacey stacey" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Stacey evans for the sole reason that she is white elizabeth warren had to come on stage and shut up the crowd and they wouldn't let stacey evans speak because she was white and there is so there is a level of bad blood i think in this campaign to begin with stacey abrams believe stacey evans blindside her betrayed her in the democratic party caucus in the house on hope and that evans is making an opportunistic play to run on the hope scholarship i i don't think it's opportunistic stacey evans has been doing a good job in her advertising building her bio she attributes the hope scholarship to her ability to get out of poverty and stacey abrams voted with republicans to cut some opportunities for hope so evans i knew it's hard saying is stacey stacey stacey but it's evans versus abrahams abrahams the former house minority leader who is black stacey evans member of the state house who was white they are the two candidates for the democratic primary and evans has made the hopes scholarship her campaign so this is her ad and it's interesting she uses a young black lady to make the case against abrahams i'm a high school senior who registered to vote i'm going to college next year but a lot of my classmates aren't i just learned stacey aram's cut a deal with republicans she stood there with them after eliminating nearly sixty thousand hope scholarships and grants ninety seven percent of african american high school graduates lost access to full scholarships miss abrams door students need hope i'm stacey evans and as governor of fully restore hope scholarships for all our kids.
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"Save none of their and it should be stacey jack and again something else there's another one with a name o shayna what's her name shame sheena okay she initiate so she and stacey stacey well i will say also the saddest thing was when patrick when lisa left stasi literally says please if you do decide to break up with me can not be over tonight please please curls pleased on ever do this this might be nice segue yeah we saw another gal about town let's take a little break and we'll get to tins green leggings are truly an assessing but that doesn't mean they should cost a fortune that's why i'm personally so glad i found fab lettuce dot com co founded by kate hudson who performed in my movie bride words that blood is premium active where at a great price they make the world's best leggings with performance quality and style for two to three times less than other active where brands they're cute you can wear them anywhere i have to say i'm so tired of spending sixty to seventy dollars for a workout in it's insane fabrics personalizes your shopping experience so your favorite styles rise to the top shop as a guest or become a vip to save forty to fifty percent off retail prices you can go right to the site and take a style quiz which i did and i found out i'm wearing some things i shouldn't be just getting may steered me towards something.
"stacey stacey" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"Everybody everybody has everybody's gonna have some type of some sort of health problem a lot of women more women are have haven't served castle and breast cancer more than and i know young cats miami now no it is the water the samba by the way don't ever go to trick daddy of your science that's how he don't you know what let's get out of this interview i think these just fuck i love that guy all of by grabbed board that's who's on the podcast or who's on burning he's going to be on the podcast i love men i really love that guy he's talking shit about jay z's record for four four where he's saying that it's not the best because it doesn't have bangers which i agree with i liked jay z obviously listen to album and i just was like yes i learned something it's really great wrapping your beautiful ear assist but none of the beach really hit it and so agree or don't agree in the comments is j's fuck off i don't really give a shit all right that's my report there's trick daddy apparently on love and hip hop in miami bankruptcy a couple times i would love trick daddy podcasts i would love you daddy podcast trick daddy bert kreischer from bird cast i'd love to have you on my podcast here we go now you can tell them drunk oh this is the song is going to get us pulled off i don't really care when i don't care about advertising on these things this is the song that michael rapaport says is the best jay z song ever i found it funny because i've floated a helicopter is a lot and in the beginning of this song they're clearly trying to look like they have a ton of money he is we google this is dame dash related to stacey dash someone said that today and i was like no fucking way dame dash dame dash head of rockefeller records is he related to stacey dash there's no way stacey dash was such is such a fucking progressive alright person looks like stacey stacey dash threatens to sue cousin dame dash mother fucker cousins that's fucking fascinating.