35 Burst results for "Stead"

Caller: Democrats Don't Know the Meaning of Accountability

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:12 min | 4 months ago

Caller: Democrats Don't Know the Meaning of Accountability

"Hey Todd, I got to keep it clean. So a great stead. So I'm going to the Democrats call it accountability. That has to be the biggest crap of you know what? I have ever heard these idiots want to talk accountability, start with Hillary. How about the puppet Biden his sidekick Obama who's really running this country into the ground? You're going to talk accountability after everything Biden has done to this country. You're all a bunch of clowns holding Trump accountable has I have an idea. Try looking in the mirror. That would shatter it for sure. Try holding Hunter Biden accountable accountable or that box of rocks below the list goes on for top corruption picks of the year. The Democrats don't know the meaning of accountability. But for sure, know the word corruption. Todd, one or two things will happen. Either they will continue to destroy and flip this country upside down or Trump wins election again and they all went, they were all go looking for jobs. You know, Todd, they may attempt to silence you, but thank you for weaponizing us with knowledge and proof to continue this fight for years to come. You

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Stars and royalty watch ABBA's return in digital stage show

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Stars and royalty watch ABBA's return in digital stage show

"The four members of ABBA reunited for the public opening of their innovative digital concert in London on Friday I'm Archie Tsar a letter with the latest A ten piece live band performed with ABBA avatars for a 90 minute set and a special arena near London's Olympic park ABBA's Bjorn obey us an annual stead said even they were impressed with the concert I never knew I had such an amazing moves Yes even better now The ABBA voyage show will play in London until next May with a world tour plant after that

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"stead" Discussed on I Said No Gifts!

I Said No Gifts!

02:20 min | 8 months ago

"stead" Discussed on I Said No Gifts!

"From wondery, against the odds is a podcast that shares thrilling stories of survival from the Thai cave rescue to shipwrecks at sea, and our newest season, avalanche at tunnel creek, brings you the incredible true story of how a world champion skier got caught in an avalanche and survived. Elise saag stead is one of the best downhill racers and free skiers out there. Backcountry runs are her domain. She loves chasing the pure powder snow and daredevil drops that can only be found in out of bounds areas away from the groomed slopes of the ski resorts. In 2012, Elise made the fateful choice to join a group skiing down a particularly risky run called tunnel creek in Washington's cascade mountains. They weaved through the trees and carved down the mountain at unbelievable speeds. For backcountry snow fiends, it was Paradise until they turned around and saw wall of white barreling towards them. Listen to against the odds, avalanche at tunnel creek on Apple podcasts, Amazon music, or you can listen one week early and ad free by joining wondery plus in the wondery app. In the aftermath of a shocking crime, people always ask, why? Who would do something like that? Was it about power, money, revenge? In wondrous podcast killer psyche retired FBI criminal profiler Candace along dissects the thoughts and behaviors of the most infamous felons in history, with a career spanning nearly 5 decades, she's sat across the table from hundreds of criminals and spent countless hours inside their minds. In every episode of killer psyche, Candace will unravel a psychology and instincts of America's most complex and disturbing figures, including high profile cases that she's personally worked on like the unabomber. In other cases, like Mary Beth wrote tinning, who was accused of murdering her 9th child. Candace's training helps us understand how this woman could commit such an unthinkable crime and how a lawyer's use of a Munchausen's by proxy diagnosis might have saved her from a conviction. Listen to killer psyche on Apple podcasts, Amazon music, or you can listen to new episodes one week early.

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3 voters from retirement haven charged with voting fraud

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

3 voters from retirement haven charged with voting fraud

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting three three Florida Florida voters voters have have been been arrested arrested on on charges charges of of voting voting more more than than once once in in the the twenty twenty twenty twenty election election the the arrests arrests of of three three residents residents of of the the villages villages a a retirement retirement community community in in Florida Florida came came weeks weeks after after Republican Republican governor governor Ron Ron DeSantis DeSantis vowed vowed to to crack crack down down on on election election crimes crimes sixty sixty three three year year old old J. J. kept kept sick sick was was arrested arrested last last week week Orlando Orlando TV TV station station WKMG WKMG citing citing court court documents documents reports reports he's he's accused accused of of voting voting by by mail mail in in Florida Florida while while also also casting casting an an absentee absentee ballot ballot in in Michigan Michigan seventy seventy one one year year old old Joan Joan hall hall stead stead was was arrested arrested two two weeks weeks ago ago for for voting voting in in person person in in Florida Florida and and by by absentee absentee ballot ballot in in New New York York sixty sixty one one year year old old John John Ryder Ryder was was arrested arrested at at the the beginning beginning of of the the month month but but there's there's no no online online docket docket yet yet in in his his case case online online records records show show capsicum capsicum halls halls that that are are registered registered Republicans Republicans writer writer has has no no party party affiliation affiliation hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio

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Remembering FDR's 'Day of Infamy' Speech 80 Years After the Attack on Pearl Harbor

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:16 min | 1 year ago

Remembering FDR's 'Day of Infamy' Speech 80 Years After the Attack on Pearl Harbor

"But December 7th, after Pearl Harbor, the next day, Franklin Delano Roosevelt was in a armored limousine that was confiscated from the crime boss Al Capone. That was what he traveled in and they took him to Congress and he delivered an address. That address ought to be on the hearts and minds of every American today, and thanks to, well, audio tape, it is. Here's Franklin Delano Roosevelt, addressing Congress, the day after Pearl Harbor, this is from December 8th, 1941. Yesterday, December 7th, 1941, a date which will live in infamy. The United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked. By naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan. The United States was at peace with that nation and at the solicitation of Japan was still in conversation with its government and its emperor looking towards the maintenance of peace in the Pacific. The attack yesterday on the Hawaiian Islands has caused severe damage. To American naval and military forces, I regret to tell you that very many American lives have been lost. In addition American ships have been reported torpedoed on the high seas between San Francisco and Honolulu. As commander in chief of the army and navy, I have directed that all measures be taken for our defense, but always will our full nation. Remember the character of the onslaught against us. No matter how long it may take us, to overcome this premeditated invasion, the American people in their righteous might will win through to absolute victory. Thunderous ovation for Franklin Delano Roosevelt and those powerful words. I was ready to commentary by David hook stead over the daily caller who writes Japan gave us one hell of a black guy on that horrific morning, but America always gets up for a fight. Pearl Harbor was no different. As soon as we got up and dusted ourselves off, we whooped the living hell out of the Japanese empire all over the Pacific.

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"stead" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"stead" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks, well, listen Norman really, it's just my sort of instinctive joy to want to introduce people to my Friends and to get them excited about things I'm excited about. Your work, I mean, you just mentioned, and it says a little bit of the film business, doesn't it? That it was in the year 2000 that I read your treatment of this film called raising hell. And I was so transfixed by it. And now it's 20 years later, hasn't been made. It which tells you everything, how hard it is to get things made, even when they're great. And I know that it's great, but, you know, you're dealing with market forces and strange people puddle glums sitting behind desks who don't believe in anything. But you're talking about that. Well, good stuff will out in the end. I'm sort of misquoting chaucer. But no, no, you're misquoting Shakespeare, who quote your chores. No. I'm just making that. Oh, stop it. But basically, I think that project raising her, which I'm wanting to make soon. I mean, there's some ideas have a lot of ideas. They get lost. They don't follow home. This one followed me home. It nibbled my ankles. It was a sound of babies crying in the night. You know that feeling? And I couldn't get out of my head. So you think, okay, I think the lord's got his hand on this one and I'll just keep waiting and moving and so on. If I can make this as a full feature film, I would be not saying that's been finished, but it's one of the highest points I'd want to reach. It's very relevant today. Well, that's the other thing. It's extremely relevant today. So the audience understands what is the story? It's the greatest story never told Eric. It really is. In 1887, there were two Christians, a newspaper editor and the son of the man who founded the Salvation army. His name is bramwell. Bramwell booth, who figures in my bonhoeffer story. It all comes together. It's kind of creepy, isn't it? I only know bramwell because of because bonhoeffer listened to him when he was about 15 years old. He was in Berlin. But some decades before bramwell. And I knew his daughter believe it or not, yeah. Malcolm mugger did a lot with his daughter. You're kidding. No, and I went to meet her. And I didn't know I was doing this. It's gotta be a great granddaughter. Notice his daughter. He had three daughters, they never got married, and they had a house there. And I went to film, this is 1970s. So at that point, she was old then, but she'd been on one of the greatest chat shows in Britain and took the country by storm. Feelings aren't faith. Do you know that? And people listened, you know, it was crazy listen, this is so great. Okay, so anyway, we've only got a minute, but tell the plot of this because this is exciting. Well, in Victorian England, they worship death and they wouldn't talk about sex. Today you may have noticed as a complete now we worship sex and we won't talk about that. Right. But that meant that an awful lot of wickedness went on underneath the society that was outwardly a very precise and polite society. Terrible things, child prostitution, buying people. And worse, I won't go on about them. But it's all there. Now, when William stead, this journalist discovered that this was for real and Brahma booth already knew it was for real. They took on the government. They brought the government down and protected children for almost exactly a hundred years. And that was when I came across the story in 1987. It's not left me since. Well, I wish I had a film studio or a media production company and we could snap this up because this is going to be great whoever gets it. I mean, I've never read anything so searing. It was absolutely searing. And it's got better. Well, I don't doubt it. All right, we're out of time. Norman, my friend, if people, is there any website for you, one a, something like one a production was co UK? One one a productions dot co dot UK one a production code I need to find out website one under.

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"stead" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"stead" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast

"I know that we concur something year. The angelina south in georgia lance like for real in that that were literally literally a group of about fifteen. You know trans and queer people lack in latina like walking around the city. Canvassing the city collecting over six sixteen hundred signatures. You know there were like men and women niggers not wanted to sign or take a petition. Because the trainings were holding the pin know. I've said this before like that campaign was incredible. You know feet of like in showing a display of like you know trans magic empower in atlanta And that would just forever be my thing and now you know we have because of that campaign we've been able to literally empty the jail In addition to you know supporting other organizations southern on new ground women on the rise to you know close down the atlanta city detention center in my past bill reform in atlanta away. Just drive. Pass that along john other stead. I watch the others there. What this bitch just said. She has worked with other organizations to clear to literally empty and close a detention center. Must i repeat again..

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The First Appearance of the Comic Strip "Blondie"

This Day in History Class

01:53 min | 1 year ago

The First Appearance of the Comic Strip "Blondie"

"Day was monday. September eighth nineteen thirty. A new comic strip appeared in american newspapers introducing readers to blondie buca duke better known today as blondie bump stead or just plain. Blondie although personally. I would never give up a maiden name as good as boop boop bum. Stead is such a downgrade the strips creator m b. chick young had dreamed of being a cartoonist since childhood his nineteen nineteen high school yearbook contained. Some of his earliest drawings which were signed with his nickname chicken from which he would later derive his pen name. Before the blondie strip debuted in nineteen thirty young had tried to launch several female driven comics with little success. One reason for the failure of such titles as beautiful babb and dumb. Dora was young's penchant for portraying his female leads as insipid and flighty. He initially followed the same chauvinist pattern for blondie perpetuating the tire dumb blonde stereotype. In the early strips gradually young was able to rein. In this impulse and blonde. He began to appear just as smart as the string of boyfriends vying for her affections one. Such suitor was the playboy. Dag would bump stead. Despite the strips title. Many readers are probably more familiar with blonde. Dis future husband. Who's bumbling antics tend to provide much of the comics humor but in the early days dag would was a far cry from his current incarnation as a sandwich loving working man instead he was originally portrayed as the son of a wealthy railroad tycoon. The comic strip struggled initially but once young decided to have dag would and blondie fall in love. His readership began to climb.

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"stead" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"stead" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Remote. How did the hacker escape the police. Ransomware dad joke so when you lose weight people come on. You look great thanks. What'd you do now. You tell them and then they start saying well. Can i do that but not do that. So i e once a day in the evening twenty four hours in between okay well Well okay can. I do that but but he tried today. Well then why did you want to know what i drink a lot of water like more water than you can imagine. I'm constantly drinking. Water ochoa. drink water can do that instead. Drink beer all day. Yes no that's that's the point. So i mentioned the other day this whole covert thing is so difficult to talk about but then i started realizing based on comments. That people were saying that they were mistaking what i was saying for believing that i think you should be nonplussed or blase about this virus. Well that is not true at all. You should take it very seriously. You just shouldn't let it control your life you've been in. It depends a lot on where you are in your life. If you're morbidly obese you're not going to not be morbidly obese tomorrow but why not start today doing something about it and don't tell me at your thyroid. I'm tired of people telling me it's thyroid. Well that's funny. Because i put you on that two years ago and he lost forty pounds in a couple of months. Did your thyroid all of a sudden start working. No it's bad decisions. I can sit with somebody for five minutes. I no fat inside now. i've been there. I know bad habits inside. Now i've been there. And i can ask you all right. My my wife's a food diary person. I'm not that committed. But i can ask you what time you eat and what you eat. And if you're honest most people are not because they don't count the cookie that they aid and then edited and you add all those things in there. But there's a few. I always ask people You know if you were to say mostly what got you in trouble and got you this big. What would you know if you eat late. D do this. Do you do this most people if they're honest. Configure it out real fast. We'll just reverse. That habit stopped doing that. One thing right being thin tastes better than anything. You're going to eat once you start losing some weight. You feel better. But i wanna make sure everybody understands. I take the virus very very very very seriously. I'm just not going to let it caused me to be afraid. I'm not going to let it impinge on my life. I'm not going to let it turn me against other people. And i'm not gonna ask other people to make the same decisions made but it's just that simple and i certainly don't want government mandating me or anyone else to do much of anything. Vaccines masks. no smoking anything else. That's not their decision to make for people however that doesn't mean it's a bad decision for some people to make. I don't think the mass make a different. I don't and i and i really don't argue it. That's a spent a lot of time studying and that's the conclusion i came to what surprises me is how many people have come to conclusions. Based on the opinion of someone else they really like in they. Just take that as the truth. Which is a terrible idea. Because you should yourself go out and explore. Just because something's on the internet doesn't make it true. Make it true just because a doctor tells you something doesn't make true. I had a lot of doctors after. I've been talking about this stuff for a year and a half. Ask me what i thought about this or that protocol. Not because i'm a genius. But because i seek out a lot of different opinions in balance them out and i go out and read a lot of different Turgid steph boring stead journal articles and you go down and read the asterisk and you go And they tell you albeit only in eight people and you go well. That's that's too few people to come to a conclusion. Your conclusion is based on a great headline. Because that'll get you talked about. Dr vivek rosh maumee at Penn state had this conclusion. What you find out his study. Was you know within his house in the next door neighbors. That's that doesn't tell me anything. There is a lot written out there. Okay and i'm not i'm not your guru. I'm not your doctor. i'm not your pilates teacher or anything else. Go out there and read. Go to your doctor. By the way my doc said I'm gonna go ahead and prescribe you some acton and You'll have it in case you you get it. Which was what i had asked for. You can't get it. You can't check at the pharmacies right now. You can't get it's like trying to buy a new car. Go try to buy a new car right now. you can't you can't. It's almost impossible. The minute they come out i just passionate classic chevy sugarland the minute the trucks off the the lot at come off the trump. They're already presold. There's somebody there waiting because they don't wanna lose it. It's it's there's a lot of things like it's all about the chips. The chip they put in the new vehicles. My buddy Started car bingo dot com. They buy your car right there on the spot loom cashiered his boom right now because they need vehicles so bad they just they are buying every vehicle that somebody goes to carbon dot com. Yes we'll buy your vehicle but wh we will buy your vehicle anyway. That's what's going on with our medicine. There's a lot you can do at two phases of this virus. That can make a big difference as to whether you end up on a ventilator or dead or get through it okay. One of them is take steps now under the assumption that you're going to get it because i'm going to tell you this. Trust me you either have it. You have had it or you're going to get it and you may have had it and you're still going to get it again because it keeps morphing that's what the variant is. Prepare yourself now so that when you do get it you don't end up in the hospital or dead what can you do. You can lose weight and you can start on a protocol not gonna give you mine again. Go search up your own for most people. That's d. c. d. is very important d. c. zinc and magnesium. Go look up the numbers. There's a lot written about it and start on it tomorrow. Start doing that every single day. Drink more water. Start getting moderate exercise. You can strengthen your lungs and a couple of days if you smoke stop. Smoking just stopped smoking for a year. Just say you know what i'm a. I'm a smoker now. That i don't want to show up at a house and say and you're smoking a cigar. That's different do as i say. County get yourself ready so that when you have it and have yourself a plan so that when you do get it which includes ivermectin that you can deal with it..

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The MacKenzie Family Murders

Casefile True Crime

02:39 min | 1 year ago

The MacKenzie Family Murders

"Although greenwich is considered to be a bit of a ghost town the major city of geraldton is just twenty four kilometers north as the largest city north of perth geraldton has many faces that put it on the map including thriving fishing industry stunning spring wildflowers and sperling surf beaches niece sixty kilometers offshore appel spot a sta and wallaby islands k. Locations of the deadly tovey shipwreck covered in episode one. Hundred thirty eight of case file for many travelers. Gerald is the main destination with isolated towns. Locked greenwich acting. Stop places along the way. However in the light summer of nineteen ninety-three greenwich would surpass the city in making headlines the unassuming and little known township was propelled into the national spotlight for what came to be cold one of the worst crimes in western australia for that reason. Greenwich was put on the map. It had dana typical morning at gerald since criminal investigation bureau on february twenty two nineteen ninety-three when detectives received in us. That a brutalized buddy had been found out. So i had a residence in slavery greenwich forensic inspect up. Bring giants send detective move cousins along with a team of uniformed officers immediately. Made the sixteen minute drive down the bruce highway. Arriving at the mckenzie property around eleven am as reported a blood-soaked body lay in the dust. Just outside the heim stead. Having been so savagely attacked that day face was indistinguishable. The victim was identified as sixteen year old daniel. The oldest of karen mackenzie's three children her other two children daughters seven-year-old amara and five year out katrina when nowhere to be seen karen to was missing. The detectives turned their attention to the house before them. The family's pet dog continued to bach from within towards rea- dual. The detectives were rattled. Was daniels killer still at the same. Unwilling to take any chances. They raised their hand guns before entering the property.

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"stead" Discussed on Mike Drop

Mike Drop

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"stead" Discussed on Mike Drop

"Ladies and gentlemen as always it's both an honor and a pleasure to welcome my next guest to the podcast. She actually called me and said hey Just saw a newsflash come across. The you know my phone. And it says that a team Up near the molly border was attack in a few americans were killed and instantly just said that was brian's team. That's brian. Brian stead. And i tried to calm down in like okay. You're right because i didn't wanna freak her out. And so i started making phone calls but with each phone call. It became more obvious. Roughly fifty insurgents right. We were told it started with there. Were fifty then it was. There were eighty later. I would read in the redacted report at points. It would say that they were going to exploit the campsite at other points. It said they were on captured attain mission. The warden kept changing on what their mission was.

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"stead" Discussed on Fred + Angi On Demand

Fred + Angi On Demand

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"stead" Discussed on Fred + Angi On Demand

"To keep five different properties in her divorce with aunt. Instead which network airs flip or flop hd three Bring shelly back year Rubio is updating the board. By the way he's feeling quite confident about Shelley's of this coming in now shocked. I know what you're doing over there. Starting to call her bookie put some money on. The sons is what she's doing. I think chile three threes score. Here we go question number one for u. s. and cut your said. He bought a ticket to go to space on the next version galactic flight but his life will let him go whose wife is right. This late rapper's album face draft over the weekend. I know this somewhere but hops smoke. Ac- has her cardi b. Reminding released their music video for wild side. Which girl group brought in our money to fame if harmony. Give it to me. I'm worth it. I'm worth it work from home. Yeah oh yeah Wish tv seemingly predicted. Richard branson going to space with the twenty fourteen episode. The war of art. This simpson's funding super-flop star christina. Hack gift to keep five different properties in her divorce with aunt aunt. Stead which network airs. Flip or flop it stevie. That's a fault on you're going to have to say matt. I'm sorry man. it was the threes. Good of the smoke was an impressive answer. I thought man. I got showed up on showdown mine is got showed up on the serta. And don't make me do it today. Because i don't have it in me but you can't hang with a guerilla kamal.

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"stead" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"stead" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"Shut down your business. That's just outrageous. I david thanks for coming over to pick this fight. They picked this fight. We're against the wall. We have no choice but to fight back now. Thanks for coming. We'll talk with you again. Okay fellow piggies. Dave folds there. You can't beat an address that's called lady face court and then a city manager named hamburger. I am so the The council people are Dennis weber is also the mayor. Deborah lopez chris and stead least weber thing. Last name is that there's two weber's I don't know. I don't know and linda linda. So those are the five people you go to the gora hills website and clicked on the city council and their phone. Numbers are all there and their email addresses and they they oughta now fleet cronies bunch a bunch of dictating.

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"stead" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

The Chad Prather Show

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"stead" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

"So we flew in here today in a kick my boots off and through some through my hey dudes on on the still wearing pants i was wearing. I'm falling apart al. We're all are you tired. You sleep on the plane this morning. A hit hit his but on the microphone over there. You go make sure you guys are unmuted over there. We like to do things without instructions around here. I don't know if you were town back and kept kicking in the back of my seat. So don't you love that. I loved it. It was great. Yeah yeah i on the plane and but there was something you know. You gotta wear the mask on the plane right. I'm so sick of and i was wearing. Alison handed me a mask. And i don't know what laundry detergent us on these masks. I couldn't wear it. It was like a it just it was too too rosy fresh. Sorry it was very what did you put it in spray lotion in this thing. What is think. I'm home long enough to do. My own laundry have to take it up the kids. Yeah wail anyway. Big shout out to johnny allen and laura in in the you know the folks just took care of us down there. We stayed at a ranch in valverde county Down in del. Rio and del rio has one hundred ten miles of border. They have roughly one hundred mile or more than one hundred miles of a border with mexico. Thirty two hundred square feet thirty two hundred square. Swear yeah and it's amazing when you get down into that part of texas and you see how vast everything is right to me is one of the most beautiful parts of the state you get down there. It's rough it's rugged like everything out there can kill you everything there can kill you. I was out there and we were taking pictures of the delaware and flip flops. And i'm standing out there in the yard. I thought i got snake bit. I looked at. It was just to stick like i'm bleeding. You're gonna be bleeding here. I mean everything in that part of the country can kill you and we were down there at their ranch. Beautiful place game ranch Borders on lake. Stead said gorgeous vantage point. I think they've got Thousand acres down there. Which i mean. That's a huge chunk of land which is not unusual in that part of the country. I mean everything is ranches everything that's all there is and you go down there..

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"stead" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"stead" Discussed on Conversations

"I love basketball. I didn't like it when i finished when i retired. I never use the way retired. Not retired us to apply. Say but i i left the state boss will league competition To america you say. And i did my master's degree when i came back and that's when i stopped to political. I got sick of the game. Not the game on the court. The guy off the court is just much. It's just. I needed a break from that stuff. Was it partly that as you know. More professional that you start playing had to change as well was any of that on the. That was a little long night. When i applied for my club as a junior when i played with pacey. Warsi and swan districts. I was allowed freedom to play how i knew. And but once you get into state teams. I mold you into team. Offenses tain defenses individual flaring moments. Ray that crushed. But i knew that that was the world always going to aware of that But as i got older that sick of it was in a part of you that that was a bit heartbroken letting go of that. You know that professional ambition as we're gonna 'boy so it was a good time for Having a break in getting my knees broken professionally by physician and so i can have a life of not having too much knee injuries. What did you plan to study at uni here in australia. Coastal off okay. So when i was in year twelve they took all the students from twelve to all the universities. We had a camp. We got visit all the universities and one that caught my eye was aided karen university. It was called wacky in those days which stead stood for where to strike college of debates education to see the aboriginal liaison officer career advising who wasn't average..

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Chrissy Teigen in Talks With Oprah to Do Big Interview

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Chrissy Teigen in Talks With Oprah to Do Big Interview

"Chrissy teigen is in talks with oprah sitdown interview so crissy's very long apology yesterday after acusations of cyberbullying is not working which is why the star that troubled star. He's looking to the dramatically reset the agenda sources tell me the following quotes chrissy has been advised that it's best to go into hiding low and she's being told that if she shuts up past other shutting up is not exactly her style which is why she's talking to oprah to markle type sitdown interview to tell her truth. Sources go onto ad. Chris's a fighter and she believes that she's such an excellent communicator. She is that she can talk self out of any mess. I'm not sure that's true. She's reached out to several friends. Who have convinced that this would be a good idea. Donny what do you think you know. I actually i. i've always liked christie teagan. I think this time though. What she said was really hirsch harsh and was really hurtful and it wasn't just to one person it wasn't just courtney stodden it was lindsay lohan. It was fair abraham. It was this new guy from michael stellar from project runway. These are multiple multiple people. And i think now it doesn't matter what she does you either. You have made up your mind about who. Chrissy teigen is an additive. Her apologizing for the hundred time is going to change your opinion.

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"stead" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"stead" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Up. Chrissy teigen drops of another big project. We have the latest on that plus after poses shocking series. Finale billy porter joins us to discuss the emotional farewell. Don't go anywhere. That was awesome. Welcome back let's get right into today's hollywood minute. A spokesperson for the netflix comedy. Never have i ever tells us chrissy. Teigen has opted out of her guests voice over role for season two. The decision comes. After christie's recent social media drama which included a public apology to courtney stodden after courtney claimed chrissy had bullied them on social media while they were a minor. Ricky martin tells today's ellen he learned a big lesson about his two year old daughter during quarantine. She is not a fan of his singing. He's the boss. She runs the house the other day. She loves cocoa melons. Mckean with her in kokomo and she goes no no daddy. No stop stops. And i'm like let me see. I wanna see. No no no no no so. She doesn't let me sing. And this is serious business. Take you and grey's anatomy star ellen. Pompey's good lab after someone tweeted a photo with pictures of fictional. Tv doctors in a real exam room including her as dr meredith grey she replied. Grab your stuff and get the hell out of there and that is today is hollywood minute. Okay i'll just a quick warning. We're about to talk. Spoilers from last night series finale of pose on fx and now is a good time to grab a tissue because it was a heartbreaking episode that ended in the death of billy porter character prato after losing his battle with aids..

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"stead" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"stead" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I hope you can heal not knowing how deeply sorry I am. On, DCI said. Not a lot of people are lucky enough to be held accountable for all their past Bs in front of the world. I'm mortified and sad who I used to be. I was an insecure attention seeking troll. I'm ashamed and completely embarrassed at my behavior. S O. That is her apology. Courtney sodden kind of clap back and said, I think her for apology, but she did not reach out to me in private about this. I think what that meant, right. She's like she never reached out to me in private, And I really do think this is her because she was you know her brand because of all of this. Her brands were At risk. So, she says, I think it's just a way for her to repair her relationship with target because Target has taken all of her her. Cooking and home but home store I mean, was like a little section of target, um in in, repair her other endorsements publicly and that she really didn't ever contact her privately. So that is the latest in what's going on with Courtney Stodden. And so what was your if you don't mind me asking? So, what was your take that you? What did you and what was? How do you feel about it? I feel what's weird is that I've always followed Courtney Stodden on social media, and she Like I think last year the year before had this post about Christie Teegan when she first came out and talked about over the years what she said to her and how she's believed her and I was like crying. It was awful. I felt so bad for her. She's a real person, even though she looks like a Barbie doll like There's no reason to do that. And so I'm kind of on Courtney Stodden side here. But Chrissy Teegan, saying that she apologizes publicly. Let's just see because there's a TMZ article and a clip of Of Courtney sudden saying. You know, she didn't reach out to me privately, so maybe she will now because it's on TMZ. So I don't know a little too late. Yeah, I don't know. Hey, Hey. Yeah, it's hard to it's hard to ignore. When you read all of the public tweets and the DMZ. It is just brutal. Yeah, because if it wasn't so brutal, I would I would characterize this under what I struggle with. Sometimes with these stories is, you know, are we never and the, um uh, let's okay. Let's do this. Let's take a break because I was gonna say something, but it needs context. And if I just say the one sentence and I'm going to get the tweets and No, not today. Safe, right? Yeah. I'm sorry. What? I gotta go buy it. Oh, no. We have another hour. Their little jack rabbit. We have another hour. Uh, over where we'll be right back. My talk one. Oh, 71. We're here with my Tak general sales manager Sonia who had a great experience of furniture, manner. Hi, Sonya. Hey, girls, Great is truly an understatement..

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"stead" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"stead" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Up next. We have a need for speed. We're gonna say we're talking about up. Nex hilary duff. Has a major prop issue to watch this about this i to i literally say if you have to ask nine times out of ten. You're probably at least to you. Jason if not. I hate the word word. It's such a weird who came up with that. Gen z z. It's a lot. I have two little jen's ears late. Show me things. And i'm like what is that. I don't know what that means. And so apparently i am just because i don't understand it just is your basic right. It's the newest right but basically you can't call somebody basic because that's true. I'm not ready yet. I suspect we are in the. Yeah i mean. I'll take it. Oh i am going to be cool anymore. Deliver the day. You realize that you were like that you were you. Were too old to be in the know. I have children a thirteen year old and an eleven year old. I realize it daily like every day they show me tiktok or like pat outfits and with what is the high in the thick. It's not like that but look the genes that are just not been widely. Skinny jeans are getting to. I like them better. Because they're more. I just are usually way when i realized i was four years ago right. Yeah they diagnosed shugi with me. Yeah i'm like looking at t shirts jeans. I don't. i'm not trying to be cool anymore. And i'm i'm not trying to be gen z. 'cause that's as my as my friend would say. You can be tricky because you're on tv five days a week and it's fine you can get away with you guys come back tomorrow. We've got a major nikki. Manashe announcement a secret about harry potter. That was actually thinking. Menards reference shake tonight at eleven thirty and make sure you is daily pop. Every weekday at eleven. Am here on e. All the random white guys in here. Didn't that nicki menaj impression. But i hope you big joe why guys..

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"stead" Discussed on Someone Lived Here

Someone Lived Here

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"stead" Discussed on Someone Lived Here

"Museum, keeping on the entire staff. What seems typical to her character, incredibly fastidious. Said exactly what she wanted about everything. She did leave an amount of money as an endowment. The dividends on that money, though, the endowment only pay about 10% of our operating budget. So I like to tell people she could have imagined the Internet before she would have been able to predict the appreciation of the assets. Particularly the paintings. One of the parts of her will that most people interpret as the most limiting. Is that nothing can leave the collection and nothing can be added to the collection so that it is static. I have studied art and artists long enough to understand. Sometimes your best work happens when facing a limitation. With that unmovable in our landscape. It really forces us to just be more creative. And I don't think that's a bad thing. I think it's part of what makes us really, really special. Hilton museum is currently in the final stages of completing a project within the carriage barn. Really, what we're doing, we don't touch the footprint at all. But we are lining it with the skin, an interior skin, so we can put all of the good juicy climate control thermal envelope ADA compliant features into what's already there. So the objective has been to create a space within the historic space, but that will give us options that we've never had from a programming standpoint. A 120 years after theod 8 finished this whole. It continues to be used in so many ways. Concerts on the front porch, historic house tours, a farm with sheep and bees, a poetry festival in the garden. And before we go, I want to look at one more thing in that garden. A large sundial that theodate had studied and created to bring together the space. On its side, it reads the Latin. Ours longer, Vita brevis. In this home where artwork is surrounded by books and pillows and desks and nature, there's always the reminder. Artists.

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"stead" Discussed on Someone Lived Here

Someone Lived Here

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"stead" Discussed on Someone Lived Here

"We're now going to head back to hilted and look at one more room before we take the hidden passage to theod 8 suite. And this room is set up today to reflect its use by theta's husband after she and her husband John riddle eventually moved into this house. They were married in the spring of 1916. Exactly 364 days after she survived the sinking of the lusitania. The 8 8 and John had known each other for about a decade before they married. Theater was 49. John was 51. It was a first marriage for both of them. And it was really quite a shock to everybody that theod 8 knew that she was finally going to get married. And in fact, one of the first people that she wrote to to share the news was the family's butler Ernest Bowen, instructing him that on this particular date, please announce my engagement to the rest of the household staff. And so he promptly wrote her a reply. And it was very short and succinct and it was my dear miss Pope. Shocked I was at first, but after a thought, why not? So we can go right through here. So this is our secret tunnel. This is the passageway. In true theater fashion, she reconfigured the closet to connect their rooms. So the master bedroom is befitting the master bedroom, but lights the largest bedroom in the house. The decor in this bedroom is very different than what we've seen in every other room, especially when it comes to the art. Work is definitely different in these rooms. It's got this very familial maternal feel to it. And the needle were the two embroidered needleworks and an embroidery and a cross stitch are just indicative of theta's love of old things and a given how her own house had been furnished in this. Very old time colonial esque manner. The needleworks just make total sense for what the own personal interests were. This needlework is a great way to understand what was going on with the colonial revival. Beverly Gordon, a textile interpreter and professor emeritus in design studies from the university of Wisconsin Madison. Wrote about this in her paper about the paradox of colonial revival needlework. Quote, in its earliest phases, the colonial revival was largely a reactionary response on the part of a white Anglo Saxon Protestant elite that was losing its sense of dominance and control. The rising tide of immigration was changing the country, and many who were alarmed by depressions, labor unrest and the apparent end of the frontier. Sought to set themselves apart by tracing their lineage to ancestors of solid pioneer stock. A lot of Beverly Gordon's piece is discussing the colonial style and needlework that made a comeback in this era, 1875 to 1940. In the designs you see symmetry, flower baskets, swags, teacups, wreaths, and needlework, which was initially seen as something for rural disadvantaged women had become a popular trend. In a generous reading the colonial revival can be seen as romanticism of a non industrial, more rural version of the United States and a reaction to Victorian excess. But it was raising up the art and the architecture, and pushing down the more honest historical past. While distancing itself from the current reality, when I look at this house, I see that theodate had true appreciation for the colonial style, both in architecture and in art. Her library is a testament to how much she studied its form, and tried to understand its context. We're now going to head outside, and I want to talk about the final and largest project. The Avon old farm school. She built this school for boys in memory of her father. The school looks like an English village. Like it could have been Harry Potter's safety school if he didn't get into Hogwarts. Upon its completion, it got her the type of praise that would have made her father so proud. She received accolades from the architecture community that she had long been shut out of. The school was featured in the journal of the American institute of architects, and she was invited to be a fellow there. She received letters from her colleagues, praising her work, even if they were often addressing her as mister or sir. We're now heading to the sunken garden. It had been let go while theater was still in the home. But it has since been revived in a different form. So we're going down like 9 ten steps into a one acre sunken perennial garden. When a team was starting on reconstruction of this garden in the 1980s, they found a plan by beatrix Ferrand. She was a prolific landscape architect in the early 1900s, and was commissioned to design over a hundred gardens. But only a handful of her design still exist. Although this hill stood plan, had never been put in place. They decided to create the garden, how she outlined it. Beatrix, fair and approach, you can tell that the taller plantings are to the back and she was very much in favor of what she referred to these kind of round tall rounded evergreens as bullets. And she favored masses of color and that kind of as the taller plants would sway in the breeze that the movement that would be a part of the garden so this is just a wonderful example, and it's one of the few places to my knowledge that is completely publicly accessible year round. When theater died, her well requested that she be buried at Halstead. But the town of Farmington would not permit a private cemetery. This would be one of the very few things her will would not be able to accomplish. Now we're going to talk with doctor Anna swinbourne, the executive director of hilted museum on how theater's legacy and her will continues to live on. I'm actually after my interview with you, meeting with a probate judge who is so fascinated by its last well and testament that she's taught classes on it. She thinks it's like the Mona Lisa of wills. Could we expect anything less from theater? She also outlined her home continuing on as a.

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"stead" Discussed on Someone Lived Here

Someone Lived Here

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"stead" Discussed on Someone Lived Here

"Melanie about the monograms. So that ABP is misses Pope. And so everything she had was monogrammed. Bath towels, bath mats, pillows, pillowcases, sheets, handkerchiefs. Tablecloths, napkins, placemats. Clearly, theater's mother liked monograms. And the ornate letters standing for Ada Brooks Pope are very different than the symbol that theater would choose for herself. It's made up a very straight lines. A backwards L than a vertical line, and another L all underlined. The symbol was created on a camping trip with Mary and Mary's younger brother, John. Meant to symbolize the group of three together. And theater symbol did not just stay in the linen closet. Although it's there, too. That is her symbol that she had on stationary, her automobiles were monogrammed with it. There's a woven little pouch with it cross stitched in pink on it. As an architect, she had these brass plates with her signature and that symbol that got affixed to various of her buildings. She used it for everything. There's even a variation of it on the grave of Mary's younger brother, John, who died of typhoid fever at 26. It was his death that reinforced the iodine's attention to spiritualism. She would sit down for readings and communications with the dead, analyzed scripts and fund research. Mary went on to found and be the first headmistress of westover school, a school for girls in Connecticut. Theodore's father and his friend Harris whitmore. The young man theat had refused to marry. Excitedly funded it. The 8 built the campus, and one evening, the pair drove down to look at the foundations. Mary saw how enormous it all was. Theodate responded, let your spirit fill the buildings. Four years after the opening of west over school. The eight's father died. With his death, she lost her biggest cheerleader..

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"stead" Discussed on Someone Lived Here

Someone Lived Here

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"stead" Discussed on Someone Lived Here

"Mugs or shirts that have funny architecture jokes on them. You can also make donations there if you just want to support the show directly. I did this mostly because I felt really guilty during the longer periods without new episodes. So the solution will hopefully make me feel a little less stressed. And gets you guys fun merch. Both of these changes were made to make the show a bit more sustainable for me since this is a one person podcast. And now for the thing that I just thought would be fun. Someone lived here now has a YouTube channel. The videos on there are designed to be a way to talk about houses, and history in a more visual medium, some stuff is about historical, some stuff is about houses and pop culture, like TV shows, movies, video games. If you're interested in researching your own apartment, I made a video called find the history of your New York City apartment or a Monica gellers. In it, I used the house the apartment from friends to show how to use the online tools I use when researching for these podcast episodes. So from it, you might be able to find 1950s images of your apartment along with blueprints and maps of your area going back to the 1880s. Even if you don't live in New York, there are elements that are the same no matter where you live. So be sure to subscribe if you're interested at all. We may have some additional bonus stuff coming revolving around the podcast. I put a link to the shop and to this YouTube channel in the show notes. As always, thank you so much for listening to the show. It means so much to have you here, learning about really cool people with me. So let's get back to the episode and see what theater is up to. We're now walking into the dining room. Since it tells us a lot about the considerations theater was making when creating this home. One of the ways that we know the perhaps her parents were thinking about the placement of artwork in this house when it was under construction was the dining room fireplace mantle. It's a very high mantle that was designed proportionally to accommodate this longer, narrow pastel drawing, jockeys by degas. So this work of art has hung here from day one when the family moved into this house in the middle of June 1901. And quite honestly, no other work of art in the collection would even fit there. So this was always viewed as what would be the focal point of this room. And the color cues for this work of art, the blues and the greens are reflected in the carpeting, the wallpaper, in fact, even some of the China and Asian table coverings, the family acquired. We're now going to work our way upstairs to one of the many guest rooms. This one is called the green room. Given its name, that reflects the carpet color, the wallpaper color. And this is the room that today features the one remaining painting in the collection by Mary Cassatt. Sarah handing a toy to the baby was one of three works of art that mister bought after looping into this house. Mary cas was actually a friend of the family, and she was hosted here at Halstead. One of the things that made it so comfortable for gas staying here was there was a bathroom attached to every bedroom, which is pretty luxurious for a house that was built in 1901. We're going into one of these bathrooms, and that colonial feel in every part of this house is no different here. Great bathtub, short, but very deep and beautiful view out that window. Now we're all the toilets this style. Yeah. You know, you could get really elaborate bathroom fixtures back then. But this was the aesthetic that fit this house. So it's got this. There's a very colonial revival in this about that probably not so comfortable wooden seats, so it has this I always laugh as I got this state park outhouse aesthetic to it. But, but it fit the house, you know, like a really fancy elaborate Victorian porcelain toilet just would have been totally out of place here. And what's interesting is when they were planning this home, mister Pope wrote to the day about how much he enjoyed the needle baths at the Ritz hotel. A needle bath was an early version of the shower. And you can understand why that name did not take off. There are no needle baths or showers here. The 8 stuck with the tried and true bathtub. Another guest room had a shared bathroom with the room where theodate stayed. Mary hillard had began working at a new school slightly further away. But in the summer, she often stayed at hilst dead. Theodate wrote in her diaries, we are very apt to sleep together in my room, and I can slip off to her bed if she goes to sleep. When Mary was undergoing a surgery, theodate was offended when her parents who were visiting a sick uncle did not ask after Mary. Mary's to me what uncle twing is to them, and they either do not see it or ignore it. She is, of course, more to me than that. There were other close relationships over the years as well. Her doctor, a neurologist named Charles, a woman named Laura, who she invited to Halstead. Four words are blacked out from this diary entry, but what remains is Laura spent the night with me and Mary's room. I'm just so happy today. It has changed the whole tenor of my mind. She had friendships and acquaintances, and despite initially hating the socialite world of her mother, she seemed quite at home in it. Before we go to theater's bedroom, which started out as her parents room, and then became her own. I want us to look at the linen closet that gives us a bit more insight about Theodore's mother. This is the linen room. And it is floor to ceiling both sides of the room of drawers and cupboards and it is still pretty full of. Blankets and pillows. Monogrammed color coordinated bath towels. What I love about this room is how smart it's laid out. Every closet I have ever put my sheets in, ends up being an absolute mess with things getting pushed to the back to never be seen again until the next time I move. But here the entire wall is well lit and full of different size compartments for different needs. The room is large enough that you can iron and fold laundry within it. Both the bathrooms and this room show me that theodate was not just building this house to show off beautiful paintings. But she also wanted to make the inns and outs of life more comfortable. I also wanted to ask.

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75-year-old man dies in Brainerd fire, Chicago FD says no working smoke detectors in building

HouseSmarts Radio with Lou Manfredini

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

75-year-old man dies in Brainerd fire, Chicago FD says no working smoke detectors in building

"Examiner says the 75 year old John McCone died in an apartment fire late Friday night. A woman was also hurt in the place on the 9400 block of South Hall Stead, as were two police officers attempting to rescue the victims. Firefighters on scene say heavy flames and smoke hampered their rescue efforts. We knew that we find out that there was one thing that might possibly be in the building, but we weren't able to gain access to make a rescue, so unfortunately end up being Firefighters also say that the building did not appear to have working smoke detectors and the Chicago Fire Department will distribute smoke detectors in that neighborhood later today, body

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Nick Cannon Tests Positive For Coronavirus

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

07:02 min | 1 year ago

Nick Cannon Tests Positive For Coronavirus

"We know that. Nick cannon tested positive for covid and missed. I believe the first half of the mass singer recording so he will not be hosting the masked singer season five at the start. You will be joining it at some point but he will not be there at the start. Is it surprising that in his stead. They didn't put craig robinson. And they went with dc. Nash right. I mean because that's the thing is that oh well part of the massing family in the universe. Whatever we're calling it. We're gonna yeah. He's right there. We're going to bring him in. It's gonna be you know. The perfect fit the fact familiar with the set familiar with the set up familiar with can from you know what i mean like. There's a level of familiarity that would totally make sense so the fact that they didn't make that decision. Yeah i think is maybe a little bit of the canary in coal about how they feel about his performance. But if i don't know. I mean look let's say let's say it comes back for a season two one. Do you think they would replace him or to do you think they should replace him. No i think ultimately it's something to get used to with craig. I think that. I mean craig clearly is more of a singer than a dancer. He's clearly had moments in last couple of offices where he say he say. I had the time of my life. He saying when everyone was dancing. The last performance dancing so like. He's clearly a better singer. He's not a dancer but also we got to decide. Do we want to host to be doing splits in being able to like you know break dancing. What are we trying. What does the hosts half to be a good dancer. Because i don't think that's the case. So i think ultimately craig will fit in better and better because i also think that you know nick cannon to this for four seasons and i thought he was dog but now i kind of like realizing that. He's actually better than i. Give him credit for after looking at other work. So i don't think that it's over for him and i don't think they're going to go out of their way to get someone new. I think craig has job security. I think so too honestly for all of them give them another shot right like if the orcas willing to give the show and other shot. Yeah give them another shots. Whenever like again. I love craig robinson. So you're not going to get a no from me. Their dog all right. So do you want to talk about now. In order the people who went out from like sixth all the way to. I think that's a good idea. Okay so we'll talk about so super six is we're at if there's any performances that stood out to you can talk about them if there's any comments you have. We can talk about them there. Okay sorry i think my brain just like completely zoned out. Did you say so. We're we're for six or do you want to start at the very very beginning owned. We've talked about everyone on portal super six right so we don't need to relitigate everything from the beginning. I wanna thank you. But i want to look up. Who is eliminated early. Just so i remember. Oh yeah never mind. I know i know. I used to bill mcknight. I my god. I can't like yeah. This cast list like looks that i don't know if it does. I don't know i just. I was a cast than massing. Here's the thing. So masked singer season four happened in the preseason. We got a question of. Do you think it's going to be a bigger celebrity. Cast than before. Because of the pandemic and i said heck yeah. I said it's going be the biggest thing they've ever done. And ultimately that was not to be the case it was definitely a lower calibre was the weakest cast of the four seasons as far as notoriety goes but then you look at mass dancer they nailed it. I don't want to spoil people on placements on anything for the massacre uk. But i will tell you that. Neil was on the masked singer uk. Why can't we get neo on the master. Us that's my. You're so not happy at. They came home sir he was on the messenger. Uk closer to the us. Why was he in the uk. That's my question. I know but this is like a thing in the uk or something like that. There's a reason those whatever. I don't know all right so the thing the thing is though so i'm looking at season four. For example i would say that season four of the masked singer and the mass dancer are probably somewhat on par. Although it's interesting people like brian mcknight and jordin sparks. I would love to have seen on the masked singer and others like a party. That's frustrated that they were on the masked singer or dancer unsmashed singer. But i mean brian mcknight like literally said i wouldn't have done the massingir because everybody would have known who. I was a little bit of a kind of like seal vibes. You know what. I mean. So i i. I respect that decision and jordin sparks. It felt very much like this is a purposeful decision that i'm making to a dance version of the show because i'm sure she was approached for massing or previously so but anyway okay all right. Yeah you wanna go in order so the super six. The hammerhead gets eliminated. Doen't oh what did you think of rapid fire rapid fire. Oh that's when they just hit them with all the questions right back. I don't know twenty seconds or something like that to ask as many questions as possible. I didn't so i just felt like it was a whirlwind and then they would ask something dumb like. Do you miss your family like no. I don't miss my family. what do you. What kind of question is that. It's a waste of a question. If these people are playing twenty questions they would make terrible choices for the first like this. Is your chance to narrow down between the people that an even even even if you ask a question and their responses like a little bit cagey or playful. At least you asked a smart question. Yeah the one about the missing. You're like do you miss your kids know exactly. No one is going to say. Even if they don't miss their kids no one is going to say no. But how does that help you narrow it down does it. Is it because because the thing is is that i can't remember exactly who it was four but i'm pretty sure they knew whether or not the person had kids. Because that's another thing is that maybe you're trying to clarify whether or not they have kids at all fine. But yeah as such as saddam. This should saddam. The only good thing that came out of it was the fact. That when craig robinson when i and then the little fire pyrotechnics off in the back. Also song word up how to song. Rapid fire did not have a song demand that their segment next time has a song rep firm. That's something in the background. But i didn't have any I don't know like pit bull or something. You need the pit bull song. The disney of like a fire song. Ivo feel like all pit bulls songs are about fire. All my god mars. Small bowel bump bump bump bump like rapid fireball. Something like that. I don't

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House fire on Chicago' South Side

Bob Sirott

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

House fire on Chicago' South Side

"Some breaking news and a little bit of drama unfolding this morning in Chicago, Bob two alarm fire is burning in a couple of residences 27 12. South Lowe. And we've just seen video from our helicopter this morning of a firefighter jumping from one roof of one of those buildings to another roof to escape of what is have become an inferno there. Mayday has been issued there. That's a call for help for the fire department personnel that are on the scene. We believe this is a two story brick residential home that now is communicated to some other buildings there. And fire two alarm fire now burning and so we'll have more on that. As we go through this morning. Let's see address against 27 12 south low so that would be right off of the Stevenson near hall stead on the

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Washington, DC Statehood Bill Introduced By Senate Democrats

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

05:33 min | 2 years ago

Washington, DC Statehood Bill Introduced By Senate Democrats

"Now you know this has been on the wish list of democrats for quite some time along with a promoting of puerto rico to statehood as well. Now that's compensation for a different time. But you had senator tom carper. He's democrat out of delaware leading over three dozen of his democrat colleagues to introduce companion bill for washington dc statehood gesture on tuesday. Now remember a similar. Bill passed the house last year. Now will face well pretty much. A democrat controlled senate to determine if dc will become the fifty first state but is that even possible. Well i found this piece. I pulled this back in early january out of the washington post. And it's pretty indepth piece about dc statehood. Bottom line is these. Dc statehood still faces a number of high hurdles not only in the narrowly divided senate but yes in public opinion as well. Think about this. A two thousand nine thousand nine gallup poll found that nearly two-thirds of us opposed dc statehood. So why is in dc already a state. well we need to look at the constitution washington. Dc's founding is enshrined in the constitution which provides that the district not exceeding the constitution. Not exceeding ten miles. Square would become the seat of the government of the united states now for a brief period of time after the city's creation back in seventeen ninety residents -joyed voting rights and were allowed to cast ballots as residents of maryland or virginia but those rights ended shortly after congress moved into town and the new capital in eighteen hundred and pass the district of columbia organic act of eighteen. O one the act stripped dc residents of their rights to vote in all federal elections including for president and gave congress oversight of the city. Have you ever seen a dc washing a plate license plate. You know what it says you know with. The slogan is taxation without representation. Now the district was not afforded presidential electors until the passage of the twenty-third amendment. Back in one thousand. Nine hundred sixty one. Its residents didn't get a non voting delegates in the house until nineteen seventy so begs the question. How can congress change this well. Those opposed to making dc estate have argued that statehood for dc can't happen without a constitutional amendment. They say that the founders intended the entire district to serve as the seat of federal government not as state but legislation put forth by non voting delegate. Eleanor holmes norton every year since nineteen ninety-one would not eliminate the seat of government that the constitution calls for in stead her bill which shrink the national capital to a small complex of federal buildings while allowing the rest of the district to become a state proponents of statehood for their part argue that this plan preserves federal enclave. Whose only requirement is that. It can't exceed ten square miles and escapes the need for a constitutional amendment. Nothing simple as that outstanding questions remain over. What would happen to the three electoral college votes. Currently afforded to the district when it becomes a smaller that role enclave. And some have wondered whether the twenty-third amendment would have to be repealed. So that the few residents of the federal enclave namely we're talking about those residing at sixteen hundred pennsylvania avenue don't retain them so what needs to happen for dc to become state. Well the bill to make these estate obviously has enough supports in the house to pass again and jordi leader steny hoyer pledged to bring it to vote with backing from speaker. Nancy pelosi by your indeed even though the senate is pretty evenly split. Well let's just say it's a tough road to hoe in the senate democrats occupy half the seats in that chambers. Thanks to the victories of ossoff and wore knock In georgia both of whom support would no surprise there. And then you've got vice president. Kamala harris in this fifty fifty split in the senate able to cast the tie breaking boat and she liked biden supports

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Buy a used car with a 30-day return policy

Clark Howard Show

05:30 min | 2 years ago

Buy a used car with a 30-day return policy

"Owing to tell you something. I was driving down a freeway. And i saw a billboard then that was like right it was a billboard for carmax and it said that carmax was giving you a thirty day to return vehicle for a refund. After you buy it. I was like was some kind of market test. Or what is this. So i get on car max website and it's the real deal bay facing a lot of pressure from carbon have really had to step up their game and now they're doing touchless deliveries and all this kind of stuff. Stead a carmax is original business model. Which was where you went to these giant parking lots and you went around with the salesperson and you would run around in a short test drive and all that so now. They're really trying to respond to the marketplace and carmax now is doing twenty four hour test drives which gives them a real leg-up on their archrival. Karvina where you no obligation you can test drive a vehicle for a full twenty four hour period and that fits if you think about something. I've talked about for the last. Oh i don't know twenty five years there when there is a model maker model. You're interested in that you go rent that car for a weekend or suv or whatever to really experience it which you can learn so much more than you can from ten minute test. Strive well carmax pay. You can go test drive a vehicle for a full day and then if you do buy it then you've got that month to decide whether or not you like it or not and if you don't as long as you don't go over the miles they allow you to go and stuff like that you just take it back. And say hey. This was nice not for me. And you're done. And what i love about what's happening in the dynamic part of the us vehicle market is it's all about focusing on what the customer wants and eliminating pain points carbonneau. Which i mentioned is one of the fastest growing companies in the united states and they keep losing money apparently but they are all about market share and the us vehicle market very heavily oriented toward selling used vehicles to people under age. Forty who buy a vehicle right on their smartphone and finance it if they want right on their smartphone and then you can go to these gimmicky. vending machines if you live in a part of the are you've seen the vending machines. They locate them on high traffic. Carter's usually by interstates and you go in. And you put the special token in there and the vehicle comes down an elevator and you get in it and you drive away and so it's pretty crazy. You also have the right to return a carbon vehicle for seven days and what's happening in the us. Vehicle market is the market share of traditional dealers who play the rough and tumble games and second. You leave the what you're stuck with. A piece of garbage used vehicle would no right to return and all that they are steadily. Losing market share to The car maxes and carbon and the imitators of the two of them that are popping up around the country. I was very disappointed. In one of the large traditional dealer. Groups is now opening their version of a supposedly customer-friendly us vehicle lot in more and more cities particularly around the south and the west. And they don't give the customer friendly things of clear pricing the right to return for a full refund for all all of that and so traditions die hard and industries but when you buy a used vehicle know that still even though these players that are customer friendly or the fast growing ones most used vehicles are still sold in the hostile anti consumer environment of their traditional used vehicle market. Be careful but i don't care where you buy your used vehicle. I want you to have it out by a mechanic of your choosing with a seller. Who allows you a right to return for a period of time for a full refund. When you're when you have that vehicle in your possession have it checked out during that time. If you're buying one from a traditional anti consumer dealer either a new car dealers used car that sandy consumer or a used car lot that sandy consumer you need as part of a condition of purchase to check out that van and have the vehicle checked out by mechanic prior to your commitment to buying a dealer will not agree to those conditions. They got something to hide. And that's not where you buy your vehicle.

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Wisconsin Announces 65 and older Adults Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccine

The Designer Yard Show with Bret Achtenhagen

01:25 min | 2 years ago

Wisconsin Announces 65 and older Adults Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccine

"Be eligible for the vaccine. Starting January. 25th. There are about 700,000 people who are in this category. That means there were at least 65 years of age and live in the state of Wisconsin. When Dr John Raymond, president and CEO of the Medical College of Wisconsin joined Wisconsin's afternoon news this past week, WTMJ news director Eric Bill Stead wondered how long it's going to take to inoculate that many people. Let's take a look back. This is gonna be A little bit of a slow rollout, right? We can't imagine everyone's going to be able to go get this shot next week if they want one. Yeah, thanks, Eric it and you're right. It is exciting that we're going to be able to move on to face one B of the vaccine distribution here in Wisconsin. But again, there are many logistical challenges to ramping up. Especially because much of our vaccine is the Fizer vaccine, which requires ultra cold chain storage, so it'll be difficult to move that from the 16 hubs, Wisconsin, DHS has set up to have those storage capacities out into the public. Like so I asked everyone to be patient. But I do know that our health systems here in southeastern Wisconsin, all are rolling out ramp up plans that involve distribution through their network of clinics, and we should hear more about that. In the upcoming few days, Dr Raymond we've heard of incidents around the country where vaccinations of

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"stead" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"stead" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Is it 15% so kettle corn, So I know what caramel corn taste like Cal corn. The smell of it somehow makes me get you don't like what's going on with with capital. It's like salt and sweet. It's like the Chex mix of popcorn, which is why I like it. There's something about the smell. I could see that I could see that Not a lot of people eat it like a lover. Hey, there's no one is like, you know, I could do a little kettle corn. It's either you love it, or you hate it were split family. My wife does not like it. So when the movie thing is like I have mine and she has hers. Bill. Stead always talks about a home. Recipe for making popcorn, you know, in a paper bag. Oh, yeah. Okay. Yeah, yeah, It's really cool. Instead of buying like the prepackaged microwave popcorn, they do their own thing in a bag. You could never do it on the stove. The jiffy. Absolutely. That's the old school school is when you just had a big Cattle. You put a little oil through the popcorn and put a lid on it and just kind of moved it back and forth. That's old school. Tell you what's awesome homemade homemade, A caramel corn. My grandfather used to make homemade caramel corn. It was the best we've spent almost 10 minutes talking about Patrick. I love that. I love that. I'm starving. Now I have some caramel corn in my desk. Actually, we don't need enough popcorn, even though it says we're in 38. What courts a year. We should probably more. I think it's good for you. If you even get it the right way, which is a little bit of salt, no butter. All right. More than you probably ever wondered about popcorn, but we don't say we don't dig deep on this show. This is the Steve Skip TV show on WTMJ. Thistles, Matt Minor owner of sitting in sit dog training. Do you find yourself talking to your dog and feel like she's not listening to you, fella Sick?.

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3 People Arrested After Car Suspected In Robbery Hits Illinois State Police Cruiser In Pursuit Along I-57

WGN Programming

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

3 People Arrested After Car Suspected In Robbery Hits Illinois State Police Cruiser In Pursuit Along I-57

"Three people were arrested tonight after a police pursuit during which a trooper's vehicle was hit. Illinois State police say it happened just after 5 p.m. on I 57 year hall stead on the South side and I SP trooper got involved in the pursuit of a vehicle which was stolen in an armed robbery in Frankfurt. During the chase. The suspect's vehicle hit a trooper squad car on South bound 94 near 75th Street. The car ended up crashing at 95th. Four people ran from the vehicle, three were picked up. One is still at large. The trooper whose vehicle was hit was

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COVID vaccine from Novavax is latest to enter Phase 3 trials

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

COVID vaccine from Novavax is latest to enter Phase 3 trials

"Maker. Novavax is starting phase three trials of its covert 19 vaccine with 30,000 people across the US and Mexico. Bloomberg's Irv Chapman has the latest from Washington. All the vaccines prepared to ramp up production speedily across the world when its vaccine is approved Chief Executive Standard Stead in Bloomberg interview. We're doing something that's unprecedented building scale and eight different countries. We partnered with the world's largest faxing company called Serve Institute in India. They will take care of all of the middle of lower income countries of the world will use the distribution system in Europe in the US, it's already set up on its experiences a major producer of flu vaccine or extend the rich. Scare small. The covered 19 vaccine would not protect against new strains, but it could be modified if need be in

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Should you be worried about allergic reactions to the Pfizer vaccine?

Coronacast

04:08 min | 2 years ago

Should you be worried about allergic reactions to the Pfizer vaccine?

"So now let's talk about vaccines today. And i want to talk to you about a couple of different vaccines. But let's start in the uk where thousands of people in the last couple of days have received the fifa vaccine which is really exciting. But one of the things that we've heard about. Is that a couple of people have had an anaphylactic like reaction. So how worried should we be about that. People have been discussing this risk with the peiser vaccine because it uses a substance code peg polyethylene glycol mackerel goal and what this substance does in vaccine and a couple of vaccines that use it. I think the one of the meningitis vaccines may goco vaccines use. It is kind of out the components in the vaccine and enhances the immune response so essentially what you've got. Is you want the strongest immune response that you can possibly get here and the probably ethylene glycol helps that to happen. So that's what that's about so it does rarely 'cause Reactions interestingly as pfizer says the didn't get an to or allergic responses anymore in the placebo in the anymore in the active group than the placebo group in the trial but these people certainly sound as if they got an nf electric or type reaction within a short time. After the you'd have to say was the pfizer vaccine. That did it. So you're saying that they did have some reports of these sorts of reactions during the trial but they didn't think it was caused by the vaccine. Yes and theoretic and people knew there was a theoretical risk of that because peg is known to cause an actual reactions in some people rarely. It's also used as a laxative. It's seems like a very versatile substance knows how to job well while we're talking about allergic reactions. Can we talk a bit about egg allergies and why we still hear that. If you've got an egg allergy that maybe might not have certain types of vaccine misleading story. That's got into the general public where they believe that if eggs have been used in the manufacture of vaccine. And you're allergic. You're going to get an egg allergy. It's not the egg itself. It's the embryo within the egg that they use embryonic cells within the egg that they use to actually make the vaccine. Influenza vaccine is the one which commonly uses eggs to culture the vaccine and it doesn't contain the york. Can we basically contains little or no egg allergen so it is a bit of a myth. So vaccine allergies are actually extremely rare. I mean some people argue that it's one in one point four million dollars what. Gp's are advised as you got a very egg allergy child them with a vaccine that uses egg. Then you just keep them in the surgery for a little bit longer just to make sure they're okay but a lot of these vaccines are being developed for. Covid have eggs anywhere in the process using all sorts of different new processes. The nova vaccine uses insect cells to produce the vaccine so lots of different selves used quickly. Talk also about china's vaccine which came out really quickly and they were reporting quite promising results. But there's been some news reports in a taiwanese news outlet saying that. Forty-seven people in uganda had the vaccine. Have now tested positive for coronavirus. How much stead should be placed on this news. Report a runabout about zero. We'd be my esteem you know. It's a newspaper. Report might be true. Might not be true. Might be misleading. That could have been part of a trial could have been in the placebo arm of the trial who knows and is complicated by the fact that no doubt taiwanese taiwanese media just love any story which knocks the chinese technological supremacy off the pedestal. So you just take all that with a pinch of salt. It may be true. But i'm really what we've to do. Chinese not done themselves a favor by not doing transparent trials at least yet and so we just don't know what's going on there and that sort of darkness stories like this popout and it. Just don't do the chinese any favors because the chinese are pretty good. Researchers of are some clouds hanging over some of their vaccine manufacturers allegations of fraud in the past. Well

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Intensive scare: covid-19 ravages America

The Economist: The Intelligence

08:14 min | 2 years ago

Intensive scare: covid-19 ravages America

"We're likely to lose another two hundred and fifty thousand people dead between now and january this week grim headlines and milestones in america the daily covid nineteen death. Toll hit a new record on wednesday. The infected patient count in hospitals asked one hundred thousand for the first time the contagion has now reached every corner of the country with ninety percent of all. Us hospitals in areas designated as corona virus hot zones cases have topped a million in florida texas and in california governor gavin. Newsom warned of worse to come just in the last fourteen days close to one thousand californians have lost their lives due to covid nineteen. The bottom line is if we don't act now. Our hospital system will be overwhelmed. We don't act now will continue to see a death. Rate climb. healthcare systems are becoming overwhelmed in ways not even seen during the pandemic's panicked early stages in the midwest things have been particularly dire with intensive care units filling up doctors and nurses exhausted and in many places. The public just isn't acting in a way that will stem the tide right now across the midwest. We've seen a surge of cova cases of people being rushed into hospital. Adam roberts is our midwest correspondent in states like north dakota. South dakota is when talking to health workers in those hospitals. They've been telling me that. Icu beds are at eighty percents. Ninety percent occupation ensured. The hospitals seem to be getting quite full and sometimes quite stressed and how have the hospitals in the region been preparing for this surge. I spoke to several health. Workers including dan rooney. Who's with the emergency medicine department at the university of iowa hospitals and clinics. That's in iowa city and his hospital because it's an academic center is just about the best equipped in the state. It's been doing everything it can to clear. Space to let covert patients have as much from his possible. So inpatients have been sent home when they can be. They've added extra. Icu beds that being postponing elective surgeries and dr renee told me that it's being taught and go from the outside. It sounds like okay. Everything was handled any sort of at the moment. But it's just hard to convey how close you are to going from just being able to barely need it to be overwhelmed and the fact that has been handled so far has been partly down to the actions of frontline workers. We've been lucky of the health care system to mostly not quite break. But i think people be shocked about how close we get and just what it takes in terms of individual level responses to make the thing keep going so from what dr wendy says. It sounds as if the public doesn't really know how bad things are at the moment. Yes don't worry says. He worries members of the public and governing. Politicians just haven't grasped what happens when hospitals get to full take for example the impact of canceling elective surgeries as a common misconception that those are surgeries onto poulsen until the no pressing when you hear hospital canceling elective surgeries. That means people potentially with cancer. Getting their tumor excise. It means people that have gallbladders either heart disease or vascular disease that need intervention that are putting them at risk of really bad side effects and sickness or death. That's real that's happening. So when the hospitals become overwhelmed is not just covid. Nineteen patients who suffer. It's the rates of excess non virus. Deaths that also could search and what about the situation outside urban areas like iowa city. I mean the situation. Equal kind of across the region. No is is not equal. So what you see. Is this interrelationship between the big hospitals in places like iowa city and then rural places small hospitals. That might just have one doctor one us now these rural hospitals. They're under great strain. Not least because many of them have closed in the last decade or so around one hundred thirty rural hospitals across america have closed and that puts a lot of pressure on the ones that remain. They can be overwhelmed with just one two three patients coming in and you can imagine that when covid sweep through a small town maybe a local meat packing plant is affected or prison. Those hospitals are overwhelmed. Very quickly. I spoke to ben christians. Who's an emergency care doctor. In sioux falls in south dakota who said that for the past two months they've been functioning at over one hundred percent capacity of their icu. Beds and they've been adding more beds as well and he takes patients from eighty sparsely populated but Reflected counties spread all across south dakota and beyond and these are patients who are coming in from as far as a hundred and fifty miles to get to his relatively small hospital. And it's not surprising that those places get overwhelmed more quickly than in the biggest cities. And why do you think the situation is so bad particularly in the midwest. What is moving out from the midwest now but the first surge hit the midwest this autumn i think partly because these are more northern states and it's colder weather up here and so people are in those and maybe spreading the virus more easily but it's also a fact that in rural areas in parts of northern wisconsin and the two dakota's people have just not taken serious measures. It's not unusual for me when i've been reporting and wearing my mosque going into small towns to be stead at and for people to look at me as if i'm an alien. They don't want to wear masks. They don't want to do social distancing as winning liz people in the cities and that may be why they're also being affected badly now and the third reason is that politicians in those states including the governors have been refusing to order rules on mosques and closing restaurants and businesses. And so it's not unusual in all of these places to have mass gatherings people going to church people going to bars and restaurants even when the infection rate is extraordinarily high and that must be that much more frustrating for over the frontline workers who are seeing the effects of all that don't originally told me it's very difficult the thing that's been harder as as this has gone on the sense that we're not really in this together as a community as a state a nation you know. We're watching people get sick. We're watching people die. We're watching our colleagues really extended themselves to prevent the system from completely breaking and then to see scenes of full airports full bars to see people talking about their individual liberty with regards to amass. That has been that's been and a lot of the healthcare workers in other places. I spoke to said exactly the same that frustrated. They're exhausted some falling ill themselves but is there a bright side here. I mean haven't health professionals come a long way since the spring and in terms of coping with these outbreaks. Yes so the saving grace of all this is frontline. Staff know much better ways to treat patients for example they're much slower than people on ventilators. They discovered that if you'll put on a ventilator you own you have a five to ten percent chance of actually surviving it and so far. Fewer people are being intimidated than before. It's only the most desperate cases and generally there a better treatments better drugs use of steroids and someone so there are reasons to be more hopeful. That if you are infected you can survive. But on the downside. We've had a big surge in infections. Recently is not just the colder weather. It's the fact that people are getting together as the holiday season and run the said he stands by and he watches in fear. Because the thanksgiving weekend. The past probably is a sign that they'll be more affections and we'll see a big surge in the weeks to come. You know for all the fatalist and say well. It's paying them into a disease. what can you do. You can just look around the world that responses and places have crushed to this and there is no reason that a place with the material wealth and the scientific expertise of the united states shouldn't have been among those countries and the fact that we haven't it's an enduring tragedy. Adam thank you very much for joining us. Thank you jason.

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Trump Repeats Claim He Is ‘Immune’ To Covid As He Proposes Kissing Audience Members

Arizona's Morning News

01:14 min | 2 years ago

Trump Repeats Claim He Is ‘Immune’ To Covid As He Proposes Kissing Audience Members

"Boy. Donald Trump's been talking off a lot about that lately. Here is last night in a rally kiss Every guy, man and woman, man and Woman. Look at that guy Trump. Now at two state rallies, has been talking about kissing people. We're joined now by Trump Campaign senior adviser Steve Cortes. We know he's making the point, Steve that he feels so good. After recovering from Corona virus, he could kiss people, But in my commentary yesterday, I asked if the president comes here that he vows to not even threatened to kiss anybody. Can you make that valve for him? Steve? I will in his stead. Well, actually, I shouldn't say that because you never know. Right. Trump is such a jokester. You never know what he's going to say about how much I will promise He will not actually do it. Okay. Don't kiss. Candle in the crowd and start kissing people randomly. Hey, listen, it would win this election. I'd be happy to give him a kiss. Okay, well, there you go. Hey, let's talk about him coming because he was in Florida on Monday in Pennsylvania last night. He's scheduled to be in Iowa today. Are we going to see the president back in Arizona once, maybe even twice before Election Day. You know, I don't know about twice. But yes. Once I can guarantee I can't divulge details yet, But he will be there. Yes, And twice is not an impossibility with travel schedule. This guy, Keith, We just haven't gotten that far out on the counter, but But you will be

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