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"steve state" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:55 min | Last month

"steve state" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Retail sales jumped by 3% this holiday season more than forecast and much higher than in the holiday season of 2008. In the thick of the last recession when sales fell by more than 2% marketplaces, Marielle Segarra explains. What's different this time around. Steve State of is a senior adviser to MasterCard. But back in December 2000 and eight he was CEO of the department store chain sacks. It had been a terrible fall starting in September. Had the Lehman bankruptcy. Then the market crashed and you had in one fell swoop of 25% decrease at Saks, For example, in our consumption as the holidays approached, retailers were sitting on a ton of inventory that they needed to sell, so they offer deep discounts. That cut into their sales numbers for the season, this time around the recession hit in the spring, so retailers had time to plan and they took a different approach to the holidays. They stopped fewer items. So that inventory is coming into this holiday season. We're very lean, but they held the line on discounts, which, if you're a retailer is a way to protect your sales numbers. Sure you won't be selling as many T shirts, but you'll sell them at a higher price. Greg Rally, a Korn Ferry says another thing that's different is the last recession in 2000 and eight hit more broadly, it impacted people in every level of economic scale. This recession was driven by the decision to close the economy. It's hit service People who work in restaurants, hotels, hospitality, retail harder than everyone else. But he says many Americans still have disposable income and they're spending it. We've seen that reflected in the government's retail sales numbers, which in November despite the pandemic were 4% higher than the year before. I marry Elsa Gara for marketplace. Our colleagues over at the marketplace. Morning report had even.

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"steve state" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:57 min | Last month

"steve state" Discussed on KCRW

"Estimates US retail sales jumped by 3% this holiday season more than forecast and much higher than in the holiday season of 2008 in the thick of the last recession when sales fell by more than 2%. Marketplaces, Marielle Segarra explains. What's different this time around. Steve State of is a senior adviser to MasterCard. But back in December 2000 and eight he was CEO of the department store chain sacks. It had been a terrible fall starting in September. Had the Lehman bankruptcy. Then the market crashed and you had in one fell swoop of 25% decrease at Saks, For example, in our consumption as the holidays approached, retailers were sitting on a ton of inventory that they needed to sell, so they offer deep discounts. That cut into their sales numbers for the season, this time around the recession hit in the spring, so retailers had time to plan and they took a different approach to the holidays. They stocked fewer items. So that inventory is coming into this holiday season. We're very lean, but they held the line on discounts, which, if you're a retailer is a way to protect your sales numbers. Sure you won't be selling as many T shirts, but you'll sell them at a higher price. Greg Rally, a Korn Ferry says another thing that's different is the last recession in 2000 and eight hit more broadly impacted people in every level of economic scale. This recession was driven by the decision to close the economy. It's hit service People who work in restaurants, hotels, hospitality, retail harder than everyone else. But he says many Americans still have disposable income and they're spending it. We've seen that reflected in the government's retail sales numbers, which in November despite the pandemic were 4% higher than the year before. I'm Marielle Segarra for Marketplace. Our colleagues over at the marketplace. Morning report had even more coverage of the new.

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"steve state" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

06:00 min | 6 months ago

"steve state" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"This is far more dangerous than that. That's right. There were Steve State Theater. It's been talked about for a least 30 years. And you know what? You're playing right along. You know why? Because you don't get your ass up and go to those crowds and tell him to stop you, too. Kate Brown. I want to see you Justice Center demanding that these crowds so praise will stop. They will not. You know why? Because this is a color revolution, and it's being paid for By outside entities. So don't turn this into your little political theatre yourself. Sure, President Trump's doing something that everybody can look down upon and say, Oh, this is once again like what Hitler would do call out the storm troopers. You know what The other side's been calling out their Stasi with covert 19. So who's bad? They both are bad. You know, One of the most outspoken conspiracy theorists on this topic was the late Jack McLamb. He was a military veteran, and he retired Phoenix police officer. Was a frequent guest on ground zero and on many occasions Dylan's death back in 2014. McLamb predicted that the United States was being groomed for a race war and the deep state operatives were smuggling drugs, guns and ammo in the United States. Hey, we're doing this in order to create a war between the police and minority groups. This was similar to what Charles Band's described was held her sculpture. Of course, he said, that it was going to be some sort of a race war as well. But he had a different idea of what was going to be like followings. Retirement. When we looked at Jack McLamb came on the show finished, it was what Ah police officer until about 1986 retired. But the clam was an active speaker, the Patriots circuit He spoke at various events, often wearing his police uniform and running a shortwave radio show, where he railed against the new World Order now He produced a periodical called Aid and Abet, and it was a police newsletter. And then, of course, he had 35 page document titled Operation Vampire Killer 2000. American police action plan for stopping world government rule. He wrote that in 1992 in fact, we just put that in aftermath, top media you for you that have a membership to the library. You go. Look at it. It's there. We put it there for you. See in 1992. What's interesting is that many people don't know this but Alaska State of Alaska. Posted police 2000 with participating military police personnel from the United States, Canada and Russia, and they're all merging together towards the trans National Police Organization for the coming global village. That was The idea. Eventually, we would have to go global. And that was back. You know, in 1992 they're already thinking about this. It was there that law enforcement was actually told that the United States was to fail. Or it was to fall into chaos. You're already camps that were on the ready. An authorized by President Ronald Reagan was the RDX 84 program. We talked about that before, and it is RDX 84 program was capable of detaining anywhere from 32 to 40,000 people. On May 3rd, 1994 President Clinton signed a presidential decision directive was called the PDD. He was like PT 25. Love for unprecedented intervention in any insurrection by U. N. Troops within the borders of the United States for the United States, military would have to serve under foreign commanders now remember. This was organized before the Department of Homeland Security. So we don't know if that's still in effect. But of course, it was in effect because of the state of emergency we've been in since the 19 thirties. Now it's been in the cards for that many years, and no one has had the reason to utilize part of the plan. Until now, it's beginning to look bad for the country because the deep state has declared war. On the Trump administration and its declared war. You know the depart, The Trump administration declared war on the Deep state, So it's like this political King. Congress is Godzilla. We were rooting for one of the other Despite the fact that is doing damage to our national security, domestic tranquility. You ever notice that you ever notice that when King Kong and Godzilla fighter when Godzilla and Mothra, Godzilla and Deidre, who ever fight Destroying property. But yet we're rooting them on. Hey, Godzilla! Yeah, you but what's happening to Tokyo? What's happening to San Francisco? What's happening? New York Doesn't matter, Man. If those monsters air fiving, we're gonna root for them. But It's beginning to look bad for this country. This is how civil wars get started. And I know our image it action parameters. Tell us The civil wars where people find an open field somewhere in the middle of nowhere, where blue and gray suits and have a shoot out, But that's not what it's going to be its. We're in the 20 per century now, and we have become more sophisticated than that. In our first civil war did officially and slavery and firm. To some extent the supremacy of the federal government. We never stopped fighting political, legal and cultural battles over the fundamental issues of state's rights. I mean, and what? Who exactly was there who was not entitled to full benefits? A citizenship were still fighting that now. It's taken a century and 1/2 for everything to go full circle, and here we are again. Talking about these issues and for some odd reason. Portland, Oregon We're broadcasting from his ground zero Some of the issues of today are not even on the proverbial radar. Well, we're not the proverbial radar during the civil war. Almost all of the arguments today have a linear connection to issues of civil rights, Rural versus urban economies and the power of the federal government over states and I know that makes it all sound so simple. But it's one way to make it. So even though we're seeing more complex tensions and strategies going on We just see that part parcel of what's creating more and more chaos in our country..

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"steve state" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

07:16 min | 9 months ago

"steve state" Discussed on How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along

"There you F Ozidir yes week. Cure the corona virus. There's some other but let me move onto Malcolm one more round around the table here. Malcolm Polar from Louisville asks will the global balance of power change because current virus. That is an excellent question and you know the funny thing was I was in Louisville and I gave a speech there and it was the day before everyone that came to. My speech was exposed to corona virus including Land Looting Tyler maybe housing. I'm maybe even tyler. So good question will the balance the power of the world change and I can tell you right now. There are two nations being for this and that is Russia and China are now viewing that the United States is a failed state and we are. We are failed state We can't even produce mass. That cost sixty three cents. We have a president of the United States. Who believes that it's all a hoax and our own? Misc- misteps have cost US eighty thousand citizens and will likely be in the hundreds of thousands before it's done what China's sees is they see the opportunity to become the global dominant force in Biomedical Research. And all future response to this and they are going to eat our lunch because they have the reagents they have the cotton swabs they have they. They're selling masks out at a at a level that we couldn't possibly imagine in every nation will need this in the future and this response by China will be leveraged into you know into political and trade favors around the world and they're also though they're liars and that they didn't tell us completely about this they are also acting more like adults on the other side. Russia is using its information warfare leverage to make the United States look like a failed state and so Lou. Malcolm scaring the hell out of me to. It's my job. I do it well and we paid for three decades to not lie to you when I appreciate save the lives of American citizens so call Steve State or not. But you're going to call me when all things go bad and we're giving about okay. Thank you Malcolm. Unavo- harmeet here. Terry from Seattle asks should California Chase Away Elon. Musk well. California is chasing away Elon. Musk and this should is actually a very complex question. I think you on. Musk is a good show man. I think that his you know sort of posturing the D- this week to take his company and go to Nevada and Texas was a smart business. Move in the abstract but frankly this is a couple of days after he took a half billion dollar loan from China for his Chinese facility. Also after shuttering at and so I think is very good at extracting huge amounts of money from governments by these types of techniques and I see through that for what it is. I don't think he's a civil rights hero. I think he's a very skilled manipulator of a corrupt system and that is around the world. Not just here but So he wants to take his people. Leave that be bad for the local economy bad for local jobs Probably bad for whatever. Receiving State is forced to subsidize is his dream. But you know I. I am agnostic over his virtues as a civil rights hero. Which is what some people are painting him as okay and Lance Barbara. Somebody right down the street from you. Maybe Ross from Ann Arbor says who do you think? Kill Jimmy Hoffa. I have no idea why that question saying well. You probably know that Jimmy. Hoffa cases is a long long time mystery. I I really don't know there's been a lot of investigation done in Michigan You know sometimes there have been tips in fact during the time I was. Us Attorney there was at least one if not two digs for his remains in Michigan. Based on search warrants. It seems like every decade or so. There's a new tip and sometimes we ridiculed for that but You know you'll you'll chase every every shadow but I still think his family deserves to know the truth and so if there is some genuine articulo basis to believe we have probable cause to dig. I think it's worth trying to figure that out. It's one of the great unsolved mysteries in law enforcement I'm hopeful that just for the sake of his family. One day we get closure on it but My Truth Land Is. I do not know we're GONNA that'LL BE. That'll be one question. We don't have the answer to this week and the other one will be. How the heck are we going to get along? I think where we find you guys what what are we. Where can we see you? Where can we hear you? We know quite a few of you on Fox News and NBC News. Malcolm where can we find you and read your stuff too well these days? I'M ON TWITTER AT MALCOLM. Nance AS MA L. C. O. L. M. N. ANC and that's a pretty much where I'm at no known occasion on those rare occasions. I'm seen on MSNBC broadcasting from the studio in my basement. Very nice everybody's getting. They're going to have their own in home studios. Nobody will have to go to the studio after this is Barbara. What about you? Where can we see you and hear your occasionally on? Msnbc of course a lot of focus on covert these days. But when there's legal news you can find me on. Msnbc or a twitter at Bard mcquaid. Harmeet I am at N. J. A. B. A. N. on twitter and on instagram and I have a facebook page as well under my name. I'm a regular guest on several Fox News shows and I am most frequently these days to be found filing several briefs and complaints in the United States district courts around the country. Okay and Richard can hear your. Can we find your podcast? When do you put it out? I tweeted out on a RWJ USA. And I'll be tweeting podcast this week. and occasionally. I do go on with CNN. Msnbc ARE BET on Tucker Carlson on Fox News and wherever they WANNA talk with may about what's going on and otherwise I'm right here in Mendota Heights Minnesota enjoying a beautiful summer. Well all of you hopefully have. We'll all have a beautiful summer and hopefully be able to get out of the house a little bit Richard Painter Harmeet Dylan Barbara Quaid and Malcolm. Nance thank you so much for being with us this week. For a spirited spirited discussion. Thanks for listening. We expect to get your questions for our guests next week. And your comments about what? You're what you're liking or disliking about the podcast you can send that to podcast at politico dot com or you can instagram or tweet us at politico on. Thanks so much for listening.

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"steve state" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"steve state" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Democrats say the president was using his power to try to dig up dirt on Joe Biden's son who has business dealings in Ukraine the country has been seeking US military aid to fend off Russia Republican senator Pat Toomey on NBC it is not appropriate for any candidate for federal office certainly including a sitting president to ask for assistance from a foreign country that's not appropriate but I don't know that that's what happened here Mr trump wins a Lenski are due to meet at the United Nations General Assembly this week in New York CBS news update I'm Steve Dorsey case CBS news time eleven thirty two well the search for answers is on after a report earlier this year confirmed that veterinarians die by suicide at much higher rates than the rest of us KCBS is Rebecca corral reports on one effort to reduce those numbers the centers for disease control and prevention found in their first ever study of its kind that veterinarians are up to three and a half times more likely to kill themselves no one reason why veterinarians die by suicide things range from the stresses of the profession we deal with euthanasia on a regular basis Melanie globalism veterinarian in Wisconsin and a founding member of not one more fat a nonprofit trying to lower the suicide rate among vat today I had an exploratory surgery that the results were bad and we had to use them and it breaks my heart. the the the family was wonderful the patient was wonderful. I use a nice because it was something we could fit another thing they can't fix clients to blame them for not being able to save fluffy's life planted rage because the bill is so high we understand that the cost has gone up over the last number of years because what's expected of us has also gone up we have people yelling at us because our exams are anywhere from fifty to a hundred and twenty dollars but because that's coming out of pocket that is a huge issue for people saying I don't want to go to about because they're all money grubbing and all they want is money the truth is their education can cost just as much as an M. D. schooling but the MD is going to make a lot more money so they can pay off those student loans a lot of times we connect more readily with animals because they don't judge us they don't try to hurt us we gravitate towards animals because they do show unconditional love and they don't they don't yell at us and be mean not one more vat offers emotional and in some cases financial support to vets in crisis Rebecca chorale KCBS. a CBS news time eleven thirty four this weekend the Contra Costa county fairgrounds is home to a so called military stand down KCBS is Paul Butler tells us that hundreds of veterans are receiving assistance for everything from medical services to hot meals and showers there a lot of reasons three hundred veterans are here Steve state and has had PTSD since the first Gulf War when he befriended a group of children I was making a connection to.

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"steve state" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"steve state" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"To forty two. But after noon, I'm Steve Casey. It is a lawsuit that could have sent the Pennsylvania turnpike authority into a tailspin. Now the turnpike except the receiving good views from a federal judge the Commonwealth prevailing enough. Federal lawsuit challenging a funding scheme for mass transit covering this story and joining us her Harrisburg bureau chief, Tony Romeo. Tony good news for now there is some long term the long term concerns and the lawyer for the truckers who brought the snoops say, they also appeal this please tell us more Steve a law passed in two thousand seven the turnpike, borrow four hundred and fifty million dollars a year from transit the resulting toll increases prompted the lawsuit. While the suit has now been dismissed the question now is will the turnpike resume the borrowing from transit which was halted last year because of the litigation in a written statement about the ruling the CEO the parent says it is important to temper the announcement with the reality that the losing side has thirty days to appeal and attorney says that appeal is coming with that in mind a spokesman for the. Turnpike says turnpike officials will meet with bond counsel to seek guidance about more borrowing even without the lawsuit borrowing due to the two thousand seven law is helped push the turnpike's debt toward twelve billion dollars. Just last month. Steve state auditor general said the notion that continuing annual toll increases can pay down that get is to use his word delusional. Well billion dollars in the polls go up every year. Amazing more to come on that story. Thank you. Tony Harris, Harrisburg bureau chief KYW's, Tony Romeo on reporter's roundup. Three thirty two traffic and weather on the twos. Sponsored by window nation. Fifty percent off all styles windows, visit window nation dot com. Slots, the typical volume delays pretty much in place for three thirty two and a Thursday afternoon. Now checking out the Mealey's furniture jam Cam the stars of love for less, very slow. Both sides end to end on the vine should expressway. Again, all volumes and goes for seventy six Schuylkill expressway. Westbound heavy delays from university to the vine opens up around the boulevard where it's bumper to bumper to Belmont eastbound you'll see brake lights from time to time between two oh, two and Belmont jammed Easson boulevard to south street or Seventy-six the Bluebird already slow on the southbound side between Lancaster avenue, the just south of rule. One your northbound the lay is from ninety five just north of route one that looks pretty good heading up to the turnpike turnpike northeast extension for twenty two still in good shape. And just a reminder in lower Moreland by berry road remains closed for a few months between Heaton road pioneer road for a bridge. Rehab projects that jams traffic county line road. Huntington pike for the rush hours already seeing delays backed up now northbound. Ninety five busy right around the Ben Franklin bridge. Southbound just slow approaching the blue route in New Jersey, four seventy six or ninety five southbound just slow from route seventy two forty two. And then in del ran still jammed both directions on route one thirty at Hanes mill road for some midday construction. Mass transit looks good. I'm Justin Drabek in the KYW twenty four hour traffic center. CBS? Weather forecast punctured by Hutchinson, plumbing, heating, and cooling and meteorologist.

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"steve state" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"steve state" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"My goodness. Melts are out that there's really no update about the condition of JR as a reminder he had a Bill palsy attack. And Meltzer would say it wasn't a serious as the one he suffered for years prior to this. But there was no timetable less to the recovery or when he'll be back on the air a suffering severe headaches, which result in periods of blurred vision and about a week before his mother died, which is really what threw him into this situation on the same trip to England is only awful, which was his mother's brother had died as well. He's obviously close to both of these people in his life. And now that act added stress, perhaps as what triggered the Bell's palsy attacks. I it's the worst possible timing for JR here. I mean, just a rough time fair to say without a doubt. And is is I stated before man I was with him when he found out about his mom in England. And the next day there was there was his Bell's palsy again, and your your heart went out to them. And I know that. Ties we make fun of JR on here? But banned he's been a friend of mine for over thirty years. And we have our jabs that we go back and forth at each other with. But this was one of those times that your heart really went out to them, and I felt felt horrible for them. Because what what what the hell can you do in the the ball? She kept dropping. The show that we're watching the twenty year anniversary would be tomorrow. It's typed on December twenty ninth. Nineteen ninety eight the tape shotgun side night before this where we saw gang growin with the squash. Animal and draws beat the or wrestle the acolytes and we saw draws walk out. And then the acolytes were d for double teaming animal, and then hawk made the save and the fans were chanting LSD. It is sort of weird to think about there was a time when. The road warriors were on shotgun. What are you? Remember about this era lay Jinadu m- here. And you guys we're trying to just hang onto something and create something here, right? Everybody was on shotgun. That was during the time to that. Shotgun was in major markets. It was only in major markets on Saturday night syndicated show. Just because it was syndicated. It was at that time. It was the only syndicated property that we had. So it was as important as raw especially at this time when it first began and and for the first couple of years, really until it just became. When we taped it like hog God, how are we going to? How are we going to get top guys to work both matches? So it was big deal. And you know, big deal having danced Severn out here in his beautiful neckbrace, Dan sever dance, ever not. I will say this about Dan, first of all one of the nicest gashed ever wanted me. But the other thing about Dan is like I always tell RIC flair RIC flair without a doubt the best dressed man in the wrestling business ever. But Dan sever may be second best dressed listen to you. He was he was always dressed to the nines, man. He was just he always look he always looked professional. No matter what environment. You put him. In some bitch looked professional. In black men and Blackman and shamrock here these guys trained together, they rode together. They liked each other is probably one of the best matches. You know, the Blackman ever had here, but Steve state had to have that right opponent. And Steve had to have somebody that could do Steve stuff, and he and he and shamrock here really gelled, and it was good stuff. Unlimitedly? This show was taped out of order. Explain why you guys would have done that just sometimes as far as where the the live show bad ass Billy Gunn coming in with the famous, but depending upon where things fell in the show if somebody closed. The live the live show beforehand. You would just give them time to get changed get dressed..

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"steve state" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"steve state" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"So close. But this process could have been you know, the Democrats yesterday. Let me tell you the disservice that. Feinstein and other people did Dr Ford they leaked her name. They had her name the intercept who who originally printed story about who. She was the oh, they didn't do it. Yeah. It came from somebody. It may not have been somebody inside of your your your quote unquote group there Dianne Feinstein in your staff, but your staff got some something to somebody who then turned it over to somebody else. So let's not pretend you're the one why because you wanted her to be more vocal you wanted to be out in front. You wanted to you couldn't you couldn't just say an anonymous person said this that's not going to move this thing forward. So you put it out there. And then you left her hanging. You did. You left her hanging? You used her as a prop and used as a tool because you don't want this to go through and you're pissed off about Merrick garland. You're pissed off about a lot of stuff. You're getting up your base as much as possible, you raising tons and tons hundreds of thousands of millions of dollars off this your grandstanding and giving a voice to people are going to be running in twenty twenty. You do all of these things. So don't tell me it's not it's all about doing the right thing. Trust me, you guys senators and congressmen and women they they haven't done the right thing for a very long time. They do what's politically expedient for themselves. That's it. They don't care about any of the other things. It's about what's best for them. And how can I maintain the power in the fiefdom that I have right here? How do I maintain the power and the fiefdom? What do I do? How can I get my basic keep my power to keep my fiefdom? That's it. That's absolutely it. In this partisan BS that we are tribalism people are worried about, you know, oh, Jeff flakes. The enemy of the people are Dianne Feinstein is this or all of these things Steve state. You know, what our biggest issue is in this country, and we're going through a I call it a we're going through a civil war of sorts. There's nothing to do with guns or any of this stuff. His all do with with the society, and our culture, a cultural civil war right now, we're battling it out. And we are tribalism is so insane. In our disdain for one another. Is so insane. The tweets I get the tweets had gotten today. The text message I've gotten of of you know, f you Chad. Or you're an idiot. You're a moron, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. This is everything I need to know about you. Because you've come at something with a with with with such a narrow viewpoint. These ads seven investigations and Twenty-three and FBI this that and the other look this is happening. This is it. How could you say that you believe her because I believe that something happened to her? I never once said it was him that did it. But I believe something happened to her. Absolutely. Oh, you're an idiot. She's a blankety blankety blank any blankety. I'm like there you go. The left doesn't know. It's a stop. It's enough. It is absolutely. Enough. So he knows now does Trump. They have to do what they think is..

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"steve state" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"steve state" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"And we do not put actual Medicated product in them. So we use oregano to simulate the cannabis so they stole a bunch of oregano. They smashed through the front of this. We'd shop. And they just do nothing, but steal oregano. Isn't that what they used to like, they they pack oregano in with a little weed in the sell you like a bag with more oregano than we'd and you wouldn't notice it. I've I've heard of that I have to. And I've also heard that. That's what you tell your folks when you get caught with it. Yeah. I was just oregano. I'm taking a class. That's all I'm doing. It's very interesting oregano. That's not. Under your pillow, or why is it in your dresser drawer under your underwear understand that how they keep it? That's how they keep. You don't wanna give daylight to oregano? Mom can't destroys it. It actually stays fresher. When you keep it in the sock drawer. Yes. The SOX actually do something to it. I can't really explain it. It just something that happened right right now. Now that I have any any history of that, by the way, no. Yeah. Now Craig brought to my attention about some curiosity and concern over something being built in the East Bay. And I think it bolsters my argument for the space force. You didn't hear about this? You didn't know about the rocket. That was being assembled randomly in California. There is a giant rocket being built with no explanation right now is a mystery. But there are photographs of a a rocket being constructed for question. Mark reasons does it have anything to do with you on musk. Not that we're aware of at the time so much is building a rocket in East Bay. That is the report I am giving after some I'll tell you what the government's not tell us anything about that right now. It's actually these are green men that are doing it. What I need. We need the space force man space sports would be able to knock that crap off. When you want to know, I mean, Whitney, I guess you don't have to get a license to build a rocket. You can build one of your backyard. If you so choose ice ridiculous. They have a lot of answers here know that I kinda wanna space force now. Steve state tell you what we just need the space force because basis where it's at. We've heard the president talk about this before. I think we're all right now. Listen, I will I love the idea of the notion of space force you do yet that you were against the space. I'm good with space force. Now, I've been doing my I've been boning up on space for good with it. Now. Now that you know that people are just randomly building rockets in California. Guy can do that in his backyard. Then I sure as hell the want to make sure that we're protected can give you guys. A little more information on the story. There is a company that's housed in an old naval air station. Building a tie that has built commercial satellites in the past the problem with the company and the rocket. That's been photographed. They don't talk to media media asked him questions about the things that are being created on their property. They don't even take ownership of those things they refuse any in all conversations with media. Wow. So they have photos of this rocket being built by this company, assuming we assume at this old naval station. That's all we know. Something is going on there. And we have we have no protection right now. I have we have no space forced to stop this. We need the space force. That's I mean, that's it full stop. We need it. That's going to happen. He drew Barrymore to make.

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"steve state" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"steve state" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Reporter's roundup weekend edition, a high profile deterrent against violence and tragedy in response to concerns about safety state police plan to step up their presence and and around Pennsylvania schools, joining us her Harrisburg bureau, chief KYW's, Tony Romeo. Only. Please tell us more. Steve state police spokesman Ryan Tarkovsky says the new policy is an outgrowth of the school safety task force of the governor and auditor general issued its report last month. He says one thing that came out of the task force is that people feel safer when law enforcement takes an active role, a trooper will visit schools or institutions of higher education valor, their primary coverage areas at least once per shift. That includes the daytime and the overnight hours just a swing ri-. Make sure everything looks good and to really increase during the daytime hours increase, those violent communication Kharkov ski says the idea is to make students teachers, and parents know, that state police are available and are keeping an eye on things. And while the official policy again is that in areas where state police have primary curious fiction Cooper's will check on schools at least once per shift. Perkowski says state police presence will be increased across the state at other schools as well bottom line. Steve is that parents shouldn't be alarmed if their child comes home someday and says a state trooper took his or her lunch break in the school cafeteria that day or Harrisburg bureau chief KYW's, Tony Romeo with us on reporter's roundup. Thank you. Tony. My pleasure. Update on the crisis Catholics in New Jersey who were victims of sex abuse, allegedly at the hands of a priest or now free to talk about their experience, at least from the churches point of view covering this with an explanation KYW's, David Madden. David what's being said about this? We'll Steve.

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"steve state" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"steve state" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Roundup. For more victims come forward. New Jersey's attorney general who read the scathing allegations and Pennsylvania's grand jury report on priest abuse is forming a task force to investigate similar instances of sexual abuse and cover of Steve tower covering this developing story with us in the studio, and Steve there could be a flood of calls coming in as well from people with stories to tell in the Garden State rally thinks so Steve state attorney general Gavir gray wall says that task force will be led by former acting Essex County prosecutor Robert Laurino, the AG is authorizing the team of detectives and prosecutors to present evidence to a state grand jury, including through the use of subpoenas to compel testimony on the production of documents to help identify potential victims gray wall is establishing a dedicated hotline to report allegations of sexual abuse by members of the clergy as well as any efforts by their superiors to cover up such abuse. That hotline toll free number eight five five. Five three six three six five four eight a similar investigation. Led up Pennsylvania grand jury to reveal the names of more than three hundred priests credibly accused of sexual abuse panel believe predator priests played on a prayed on more than a thousand children over a seventy year period. Steve grand jury said abuse was allowed to go on for years with no public accountability for the failing is hotline number could produce a number of leads for the task force. It certainly did in the case of Pennsylvania's gave the office up in. Harrisburg says there was a surgeon calls to its clergy abuse hotline after the grand jury report NPA gray wall says no person is above the law. No institution is immune from account ability more than three million Catholics registered seven diocese throughout New Jersey. Steve tower with his thank you, Steve. You bet. You're listening to reporter's roundup sounding the alarm a coalition of groups that works with immigrant refugees expressing concern about what they call the Trump administration's attempt to dismantle the US resettlement program covering the store and joining us there community affairs reporter KYW's Carey, Greg, Harry, the number of refugees arriving in the US I understand sharply down. Please tell us more both the President Donald Trump set the maximum number of refugees permitted to about forty five thousand that's significantly lower than the average of seventy five thousand admissions a years. Past advocates are upset about is the the program is on track to accept only about twenty five thousand refugees this coming fiscal year. The lowest in the history of the thirty eight year old program officers were transferred back to the United States to conduct asylum. Interviews what's happening will dismantle the program and needs to be stopped. That is. Katherine Miller Wilson, she's executive director of highest Pennsylvania. They joined the nationality survey the center and other refugee resettlement groups to say the Trump administration has moved resources to the border, which means there are fewer processors doing background checks for those lives who are in danger folks, like former city solicitor sosie to Lante he came here as a refugee his father was a political prisoner is air and the program sater's life in the nineteen eighties. I really urging do whatever you can to try to raise that ceiling. Now that program seed helps people who are being persecuted because of their religion, their political views or because of war advocates have asked individuals to call their congressional Representative and pushed the administration to continue the program, and Steve many say that refugee resettlement is vital to national security because it keeps the piece by giving those who be persecuted hope genuine, concerns cherry. Greg with us. Thank you for that. All right..

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"steve state" Discussed on 5 live Boxing with Costello

5 live Boxing with Costello

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"steve state" Discussed on 5 live Boxing with Costello

"Very different on the night yeah they will indeed my and to be on the sivio safari is about exactly what i expected i wouldn't i wouldn't wanna god's to be any smaller avenue less johnson linden's fairy but i would have been shocked if he'd had any more full or any more chance of winning let's get this right this is the tyson fury road show the tyson fury comeback and will be a nice crowd that we hoped we hearing twelve thousand people there that see tyson fury no one's going there for competitive ten round fly let's get you know we already have business here let's get that roy no one's going for the two of these guys have a slug fest we eleven rounds coming soon the world cup russia is ready very cool eight beginning to happen this is your world cup station fuller will coke wherever you are with five live on the bbc i play radio the world cup is what it's all about the world's cow on bbc radio five life books and on the subject of tyson fury's first comeback opponents on saturday nights cephas ferry of albania as a said steve it's created a semblance at least of controversy and we were asking last week four some emails in response to tyson fury's comeback and there are some pretty hard hitting one's here steve alex harding says choosing a cruiserweight seems a way to score an eye catching ko in this first fight back frank warren sees that tyson fury isn't a boxer with a stall that the masses necessarily we want to watch and a k o will make more people stand up and take notice i enjoyed the fury clicks go fight on the night but having watched it again since i just don't feel fury we'll have to style to appeal to the person on the street unlike anthony joshua or even someone like david price david price incidentally is alongside us in the country seats on saturday night on five this from michael lapping steve state bunce has been around boxing for as long as i can remember i hold.

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"steve state" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"steve state" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Hundred thousand dollar homes psycho i ask them how long they been looking not too long a week or two first house we looked at so it's a completely different experience and the two ends of the spectrum in terms of price range yeah again we're talking to steve stay like went home inspection in steve you brought up an interesting commentary last night you saw message come through one of the realtor association boards tell people a little bit about i think that's interesting why didn't i just kinda scanned over the notes and the point of that message was is that some inspectors insert themselves into during the bar place in the transaction process the inspection is part of the purchase agreement contingency and the realtor was expressing concern about inspectors offering advice as to what to negotiate and i understand that's not our place i don't specify anything about this should be negotiated because i have no perspective on where that negotiations been prior instead our position or our places to advise a potential buyer as to a concern and try to assess is this an important aspect that's a hazard or a fundamental structural concern and just leave it at that i'll never hear out of my mouth saying you need to make the sellers fixed that that's and i believe most home inspectors don't operate that way yeah again we're talking steve state lock win home inspection wanted to be sure everyone knew about her upcoming seminars here in may we've got our.

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"steve state" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"steve state" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"The fault of everyone else who just can't see no no no i gotta go i'm may i i'm gonna go a little a little farther you're just talking about how biden has confided off the record that he wanted to run but quite you don't understand these people the clintons will try to destroy me but hillary clinton on election night quote they were never gonna let me be president steve state steep stay all aligned against hillary all right let me tell you about filter by brand new sponsor filter by this this this matters to your health in texas and i don't know what it's like around you i mean unless while i was unless you live in phoenix but even even there things are really really bad if you have bad allergies your filter makes all the difference in the world us companies lose two hundred and fifty million dollars a year doing due to employees suffering with allergies are you kidding me a quarter of a billion dollars a year because of allergies i don't know about you but when my allergies get bad there's just nothing that will stop them changing the air filter can make a world of difference in a workplace in your productivity and the general health of everybody inside that.

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"steve state" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"steve state" Discussed on WCHS

"To six at forum on public health will follow sadove commissioner dr old gupta among those who will be participating tomorrow marks the start of the legislature's regular session governor jim justice his chief of staff my call says the governor is excited about getting vang's underway you know done a good job at put together group of people and we have a pretty aggressive legislative agenda that we hope this progrowth projobs we know it is actually and so we're looking forward to working with the folks upstairs mitch gurmai goes predicting a good year and expects justice to talk about it in tomorrow's steve state address governor jeff an optimistic vision for the future west virginia i think the governor can point to many of the accomplishes over the past year the rising income levels in west virginia the condition of the budget as it relates to previous years justice slated to give that address at seven o'clock tomorrow night wchs will have coverage the president of the west virginia educators association wants to see teacher pay raises on the board dale lee on metronews talkline we want to come up with a plan of action they will get us to that 43000 baker salaries compared to put pig eu states by a certain date and you know i'm not send you can do it but two thousand nineteen now but you can do it in the next five years session officially begins at noon tomorrow in is scheduled to continue through march tat accu weather forecasts this afternoon sunny high forty two we are currently at forty seven degrees tonight considerable cloudiness a low thirty two cigarette on metronews hotline.

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"steve state" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"steve state" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Eight twenty nine f wtmj steve speedy end the big chair good morning good morning everybody were fresh off that great show last night there but he had a blast i was my first one i didn't mind being the butterball the joke you're a great sport i was a great sport the end and we'll we'll rebroadcast that at several cases between on chris was bozo it was a fun time for a great cause so thanks for including me in all really busy show today we're gonna start off with the president's has been known to say things in the wrong setting in the wrong way we yesterday he goes after a democratic senator elizabeth warren calls her pocahantas adam events where he was really honoring native americans and while there's there's a colonel of truth to this notion about elizabeth warren perhaps using her heritage to benefit hurry in a race that goes all way back to two thousand twelve knowing your audience is a is a key idea and component of being president i think in the president he dropped the ball on this one wounded we're gonna start to show president calling senator elizabeth warren pocahantas that's our lead topic so they end the big show right now it's eight thirty in from the wtmj breaking news center here's mike spaulding thank you steve state lawmakers in madison getting a refresher on sexual harassment a special meeting called for today by speaker robin vas in an effort to educate members of their staffs on how to report sexual harassment allegations governor walker this morning here in milwaukee foreign of dg discovery world some big news out of the restaurant world fastfood chain rvs getting into chicken business in associated press report it shows rvs incentive by buffalo wild wings for two point nine of billion dollars and the mount pleasant village board unanimously approving a historic agreement with foxconn did the taiwanese company that said to build several flatscreen tvs here in racine county the agreement provides seven hundred and sixty four million dollars and incentives four foxconn complex at could eventually employ thirteen thousand people wtmj pellawi w i dot.

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"steve state" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"steve state" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Sun and clouds this afternoon will be mostly cloudy tonight not as cold as recent nights gbs lowest thirty nine rather cloudy for starters tomorrow a shower around in the morning be mixing with some what snowflakes or sleep in the hudson valley otherwise clouds will break for sunshine high after hide tomorrow fortyeight clouds and sun tuesday a high again 48 wednesday little warmer with mostly sunny skies high fifty one clear skies now forty three degrees in midtown wins news time 505 a delegation of low economic rats with a rally at city hall earlier today calling on all elected officials to join forces and defeat the tax code bills being proposed by republicans on capitol hill it is this saltanov middle class is this thought new yorkers senator kirsten jilib can succeed in taking away the deductibility of state and local taxes congressman gregory meeks compares this plan to threecard mahdi at his colleague carolyn maloney says represented the biggest heist in new york city history and this from representative a keen jeffries said this is all being done in order to cut taxes for the wealthy and for the well off claims that most americans would benefit because the tax plan can stimulate the economy congressman jerry nadler calls that a scam rallying and win the city hall and talking about the republican tax proposals in the house and senate treasury secretary steve state of the union the middle class gdp tax cuts both plans have for the median family of four over a thousand dollars of tax relief which is quite significant and we actually were in the numbers for even a family of three hundred thousand dollars which is a lot of money there are also getting a mole several thousand dollar tax republican lawmakers want to have a tax cut bill passed in on president trump's desk before christmas wins news time 506 iranian state tv says a seven point two magnitude earthquake has hit the region near the border between iran and iraq the us geological survey issue in orange alert for shaking related fatalities and economic losses to this point no reports of casualties the areas impacted include provinces in the northwestern western and central areas of iran word that many have evacuated their homes wins news time 507 i just stayed hundreds of dollars.

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