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"Bridgerton" is returning for a second season on Netflix
"10 has officially been renewed by Netflix for a second season after weeks of speculation, So the second season of the show will focus on Anthony Bridger tins Quest to find a wife after his turbulent love life was played out in the first Syriza Now, Bridgeton. Follows the Richardson family and how their lives were turned upside down by the revelations of the elusive an anonymous Lady thistle down in London who is voiced by Dame Julie Andrews.
Biden signs executive actions on COVID, climate change, immigration and more
"Work work in in a a partially partially revamped revamped Oval Oval office office yesterday, yesterday, signing signing a a syriza syriza of of executive executive orders orders and and actions actions and and he's he's expected expected to to sign sign 10 10 more more today. It's part of an aggressive new effort to control the Corona virus pandemic. CBS White House and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe tells us what's on the agenda today. President Biden's new nationwide Covitz strategy includes getting 100 million vaccines into the arms of Americans by the end of April and safely reopening schools in the next 100 days. Divided administration plans to set up vaccine centers of stadiums and community centers and to deploy federal personnel to help administer shots. Overall, Mr Biden is expected to sign 10 executive orders today that, among other things, require mask wearing on planes and trains and establish a health equity task force focused on racial disparities. Mr Biden and the staff got straight to work. On day one. I thought state of Nation days, no time to waste get to work immediately into redecorated Oval Office. The new president signed 17 other executive orders and actions mostly rolling back President Trump's signature policies they end the so called Muslim travel Ban canceled the Keystone XL pipeline permit. And hold funding for the southern border wall. The U. S will also rejoin the Paris climate accord. These air just executive actions. They are important, but we're gonna need legislation for Bother things we're gonna do. The administration is focused on setting a new tone. We're gonna be judged whether or not we restored integrity, the competency. This government and White House press secretary Jen Psaki said there would be a return to regular briefings when the president asked me to serve in this role. We talked about the importance of bringing truth and transparency back to the briefing room. Although Kathy President Biden also made his expectations clear to more than 100 new staff during a virtual swearing in ceremony, if you ever worked with May and I hear you treated another colleague with disrespect Talk down to someone. I promise you. I will fire you on the spot. On the spot. No way Fans air but everybody. Everybody isn't trying to be Tito with decency and dignity. That's been missing in a big way. Last four years. Gonna make mistakes. When I make them. I'll acknowledge that and I'll tell you now I need your help to help me correct him. Also this morning, the Department of Homeland Security is starting a 100 day moratorium on deportations and ending the Trump era policy of requiring non Mexican asylum seekers to stay in Mexico ahead of their court hearings and an example of how the new president is re engaging the world. The White House says that his first call to a foreign leader will be to our neighbors to the north. He's scheduled to speak with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tomorrow, and we'll hear more from
Biden to stop border wall construction, rejoin Paris accord on day one
"Begin dismantling President Trump's legacy in his first hours as president will sign a syriza of executive orders that will, among other things. And construction of the wall on the border with Mexico and the ban on travel from some Muslim majority countries. Under Mr Biden, the U. S is going to rejoin the Paris climate Accord and the World Health Organization. Now Senate confirmation hearings have begun for five of President Electro Biden's Cabinet. Mr Biden's choices to run Homeland Security, Treasury, national intelligence, the Pentagon and state Took questions from senators on their plans. If they're confirmed, Secretary of State nominee Antony Blinken spoke about China. It poses the most living challenge of any nation state to the United States. Blinken says. President Trump was right to get tough with China, though he didn't like the way it was done. Allison Keyes.
Microsoft campus near Seattle will be used to administer COVID-19 vaccine
"Governor Insley announced effective immediately. Any Washington resident age 65 or older can now get the vaccine for covert 19 almost Brian Calvert, with more details as to how the state is going to accomplish this. In his address yesterday, Inslee unveiled plans to open massive vaccination sites across the state, utilizing a syriza of privately owned facilities, including a Redmond campus. That's virtually a ghost town these days. We don't have employees and all of our buildings these days, so we're gonna be working with local hospitals. S so that they can administer their vaccines in a building on our campus. Microsoft's Brad Smith is on board. So is Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson. We're here to support the governor, Dr Shaw and all of their staffs who are working tirelessly to serve the people of the state of Washington, a vaccine and every coffee shop. Maybe not, But plans aren't final just yet by lowering the vaccination age to 65. More than 1.5 million Washingtonians are now eligible, meaning the state must now create capacity to avoid long lines like we saw last week at a vaccination site in swim.
"syriza" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"And I I you know, they're just they're just many instances of this. Biden, of course, has a syriza of crises and challenges of his own. But you know, you go back to history, and there's just many instances of presidents having to deal with these things. And so I get back. Go back to the point that if he's confident Pointing forward and speaks about principles and maybe even a little bit about American history. As as many presidents have done in his inaugural address, he'll set just the right tone for his administration. Going forward Sara to Perry, John McConnell mentioned that the audiences will be much larger for incoming president buying for for this speech. But I'm wondering what are the key audiences that this and any inaugural adjust really aimed toward. Well, you know, inaugural address is not. It's no longer a campaign speech, right? I mean, it is. It is an efficient is the president's first official address. Um, you know, it's not not a coronation, but it is. It is the moment when a president is becoming the president of all Americans. He's no longer just speaking to Democrats, and he's no longer speaking against Republicans. And so in a way, unlike many other speeches, this speech is, you know, directed towards the the the American people, but also actually the world. You know you're in a way, asking you to minimize the audience. But actually, I would argue that this speech has a global audience because the world is looking for what this new leader will bring. What will a new president Biden and his administration bring? And you know their fortunes rest on that, too, And so I think for any speech you want to consider what sort of the emotional heart center is on D. I think in this moment when our country is so divided, he needs to come back to those first principles is, John said, and, you know, speak about the values that bind us well, being extremely clear eyed about the things that at the moment are, um, are causing such division. But I think he does need to be mindful of, frankly, the vastness of the audience. That doesn't mean that he's offering different messages to those audiences. I think that if he sort of speaks about that affirmative vision that he has, it will reach all audiences and what is unique about Joe Biden? I think among a lot of politicians is that what you see is what you get. He is he is himself. He has been the same person that has been in public life for for as long as he's been in public life. And so I think we will. We will see that essence again on this on the biggest stage of his life. John McConnell. How important is speaking to history when you're crafting an inaugural address? Well, you know, I used to get that question when I was writing speeches for President Bush, and I always tried to Tohno the subject, because if you're thinking about history in writing a speech, it doesn't help in the process. You really need to keep focused on on the project at hand and on on putting you Best thoughts down and getting getting the president's voice history. You know, people look back and inaugural addresses on. Do you know they set the stage in a certain sense for administrations? But for most presidents, their most significant speech was not their inaugural address. People go back to them. But I can't think of many presidents, uh, of whom the typical American would say, boy that Inaugural address. That was That was the thing I remember about him. There's just there's very few of them. Um, so it's Zaveri important speech, but it's part of Ah, narrative arc of that President. Uh on and it uh, you know, Joe Biden will say things that are much more newsworthy within a few days of being inaugurated. Uh, but that speech, I think It just needs to be forward looking conversational in tone. I don't think that people are looking for in the times. We live in high oratory. They're just looking for, uh, I think right now, especially a really good sense of the man. And that's why Sarah is right about the world watching as well. People of his very curious about about this man who they're familiar with. But I've never seen in this role. Well, sorry to Perry, following up on John McConnell's point, if Lincoln's second inaugural is considered the greatest of all times, are there any other gold standard presidential inaugural speeches that US speechwriters might go back and study if you were given this task? Oh, sure, I mean, you know, I think it's actually to John's point is actually worth going back and reading as many of them as one can. If you're preparing this address, or just if you're interested in History in general, because, well, a few of them stand out in a sort of together when you read them, they offers a snapshot or really a pastiche in American history. You know, you get a sense of what these leaders were dealing with, sort of in context. And so they're worth reviewing. Um, you know, I think FDR's first inaugural was quite remarkable and again coming in a time of crisis coming out of the Hoover administration, and at a moment when the American people were true. We in crisis, you know lines, 100 lines and people have lost their jobs in the banks were growing under and it was a really horrible time for the American people. And for so long they have been feeling as though there was nothing that could be done about it. And so again, not even talking specifically about programs. What what FDR did, there was injected sense of possibility. Not sort of, you know, wide eyed, naive possibility, but a sense of the people having agency again, and that was a huge sort of Hone shit from from the Hoover Administration, so that I think that is sort of one of your gold standards. Obviously, JFK's inaugural is widely considered to be particularly beautiful one and again had a particular tone about it. And you know when Ted Sorensen, his longtime speechwriter and thought partner, wrote in his biography of Kennedy, sort of what the process was like, and they have been collecting fragments of ideas and phrases. And he had had to dip into that in order to write President Kennedy's farewell speech to Massachusetts when you left the Senate and had wanted to, But then, when he then and then President Kennedy asked him to read previous inaugurals and found that he found that most of them, which is not all that great, But the one thing, he noted, was that they were also very long and so his goal was to make President Kennedy's short as possible, and it ended up being the shortest censuses Teddy Roosevelt's, but again, I think he sees it as an opportunity. Offer in his room division of what America could be What we're turning away from sort of what we have been going through. You know, we're Postwar generation. Now we're sort of seizing upon a community and we're trying to sort of inject this idea not just of the community of our country that a community of nations and you know, introducing this idea of what citizenship really is. So I think for for a bunch of reasons, the Kennedy and our heroes is Concerted gold standard on depressant Obama and his reason them or was it about his own experience with his first night, Dylan and you know had Soerensen was kind enough to speak to the speech writers and president Obama himself says, You know, his first inaugural was no Kennedy inaugural, but he felt like it was reflected his honest conviction about what America out to be. Human Day on C SPAN radio with presidential speechwriters. Sarah do Perry and John McConnell. We've dipped into our video archives to pull some examples of presidential speeches as we continue our conversation, but we're gonna start with Joe Biden. Gonna play a little clip from his election night speech on Wilmington. And I'd like to have both of you offer. Your professional opinions of his style is rhetorical style. As you listen to this clip..
4th victim dies after gunman's attacks in Chicago, suburbs
"Least say a 61 year old woman has become the fourth person to die from a series of shootings this month by a Chicago gunman, who was later killed in a police shoot out. Cook County Medical examiner's office is Marta Tortas of Evanston, died yesterday as a week after she and the others were shot during a syriza of shooting spanning from the south side of Chicago to Evanston. Over roughly four hour period. Three others died. Three others wounded in the attacks again when 32 year old Jason Nightingale died in a shootout with Evanston
"syriza" Discussed on 600 WREC
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Saved By the Bell 's Dustin Diamond Is Diagnosed With Cancer After Hospitalization
"Cast member of Saved by the Bell announcing he has cancer. Here's Brian shook Dustin Diamonds team took to Facebook to announce his diagnosis after reports of him being hospitalized over the weekend surfaced. Diamond played screech on the popular Syriza's, his team said they'll share more information when it becomes available. The post included an address and an email address where fans can send the 44 year old notes, cards and letters to lift his spirits.
"Sex and the City" gets new chapter on HBO Max
"Is getting the revival treatment at HBO. Max. The new chapter is titled and just like that, and we'll star Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis came control who played Samantha Jones in the original Syriza is not returning. The revival will follow. Carrie Bradshaw, Charlie York and Miranda Hobbes as they navigate love and relationship in their fifties. Syria's will consist of 10 half hour episodes, and it's set to begin production in New York City in late spring
Risk Board Game to Become a TV Series From House of Cards Creator
"Netflix House of Cards creator Beau Willimon is in the process of developing a TV series adaptation off the classic board game Risk. Syriza's being made by Entertainment one and will a women's production company has signed a multiyear first look TV deal with the studio. It's a bunch of studio mumbo jumbo risk was introduced in the 19 fifties, and players aim for global conquest through war strategy and
"syriza" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"To Russia's week in review with guest host Todd Herman. If you missed the beginning of the program, and you want to hear the power of what Russian, this team of Bill's way, took you inside what actually happens in the phone call and leading up to the phone call. With the president's team and the people in Georgia from directly from someone who was on the call. Okay, and you can get that by being rushed. 24 7 member you sign of Russian about dot com while you're there, and yeah, they put like they put a rodeo clown on there was so kind to put the guest host on there, myself and the actual radio host that can Matthews and Marc Stein. They go on. There's well, There's so kind to us that way. Also, while you're there, you can share your stories with Russia, Russia about dot com. There's a special tap for sharing your stories with Russian. He doesn't want to see those 8000 GOP poll watchers are keeping guard are going to be there Keeping guard as this election is coming in this special election there people across Georgia question whether the vote can I just is one person beg you to do this beg you. To do this. Beg you to go out and vote. If you're Republican, or you're going to vote for the Republicans, we could do many things, guys at one time and all the eyes. I understand the steel. Steel started for me. I started to notice this deal when I was 21 years old. It started to actually consume. What does our debt mean? And what was it back when I was 21? It was like $10 billion. Now it's 30 Trillion on the books. It's probably 230 Trillion. An off books debt. Yeah, the government gets to do with the mob Does. They've got official debt, officials said the books you're not official. Those unfunded liabilities sitting out there. I started to notice a steel then and then this program. Was where I learned about the post office check cashing scandal that could bounce checks on the government. I learned about that here from rush. He began to understand the nature of the steel and then we watch the attempts to steal your vote. From the FBI leadership with the Syriza of lies, where there was literally no evidence that the president was part of Putin's team because he wasn't and they knew that We knew that We watched that steel together so to Republicans in D. C, who understand that a lot of people and probably people in this audience are going to DC to support Election integrity into support. President Trump Understand something guys is you Look out your windows. From your expensive condos and expensive offices. Where you earned 4 to 5 Times. What the average American earns. Well, I should say you get paid. What 45 times what the average American arms. In a town in a region that produces nothing that makes nothing but has a brilliant business model. You want more money? Get more money. You're gonna look out on the streets. And you're going to say enough bread and circuses. They'll forget this all you're wrong. There's been a shift. You don't know it. You know you're back there in the capital us out here in the district's You don't know There's been a shift, but I'm telling you, I talked to people every day. There's been a shift You're going to be the last to know. So I'm warning you to let you know. The low trust society you've been building for years. She just about here. Talk to Kathy in Dalton, Georgia. Cathy you're on the Russian mob program is Todd Herman, filling in for America's anchorman? Hi, Kathy. Hello. How are you doing? Great. Thanks for calling. Good. Good. Well, I was just calling because excited to go to the rally getting ready to go here in just a little bit The support Trump and this is the president's public. The president's rally. Right, right? Yes, yes, tonight. Yes. So we're all excited to be going plan to vote in the morning Republicans. There's just there's no you can't do anything else is disgusting. As this November election, Woz In the steel. You still got to get out there and vote Republican. We gotta have that. Um I can't believe our governor. I mean, I'm so proud of him How he has opened the state up with Corona virus. You know, our restaurants are open. Our schools are open. You the You know, retail is amazing. And what he's done with this election. With our secretary of state is this looks like they're in two different worlds or two different parties. You know, I don't understand it, and I'm embarrassed. I've lived in the state for 40 years. I'm embarrassed. Get it. I understand that I stand with him as well. And opening up the state. You know, I I read 32 hours a week about the covert flew to this day, and to my judgment, the lockdowns, the pretense that masks work. All of that is the biggest active theater I've ever seen. So I stand with you on that. And here's the thing I would say to Brad and the folks the so called leadership in Georgia, you better dig this and understand it and and really get this. There are things that us people like us and Kathy Conduce. Oh, short of a revolution, which a lot of people are ready for. Trust me, They're ready. We can start going to our local Republican party and take it over guys. Kathy can lead a team of people to find out in her county. How many Republicans show up and she could go take that county apparatus over guess what? Then? Then it's Cathy County chair. Then it's Cathy. Selecting who gets to have important positions We can do that We could go to our school boards. We could go to elections. We can back efforts if if this if this deal is completed and Joe Biden's dementia gets to be the face of the presidency with his virtual pretend parades for pretend presidency, Cathy in I Came back efforts to continue to find the fraudsters because Cathy are is this could be for you like if if Biden completes this and get to occupy 1600, are you just going to say Oh well, Now, let's forget that move on from that. Are you committed to tracking this down for the rest of our lives? Oh, no, I gotta move on. I'm gonna I think I I never put bumper stickers on my car. But I'm gonna say he's not my president. I mean, I'm so appalled by E mean I would never support of Obama. Yeah, I never I never took it from him. He was my president, You know, right? Never felt they told it, But they did steal this and he is not my president. He won't. I've been playing with phrases like Mr Harris because it's actually Kamila or 44 a half in 44 a quarter because this extension of Obama, So I get that Kathy. God bless you for going out and doing your duty to vote. Gather. Others make this happen. That's remember 8000 eyes. GOP eyes on this appreciate the phone call, thanks for calling Russia's show Cat..
New Jersey weather: 2020 was one of the state’s hottest years on record
"We all know it's cold today. But 2020 was actually one of the hottest years on record in New Jersey. If you remember back to the summertime, the Garden State of Syriza heat waves recording its hottest July and 126 years. Well, New Jersey officials say the 2020 with an average temp of 55.5 degrees, just 0.4 degrees behind 2012, which holds the record at 55.9. It's worth noting 15 of New Jersey's 20 warmest years on record since 18 95 have each occurred during the past 20 years not to explain. The average temp is the middle point between the daily highs and daily lows in each region of the state during all 12 months. Of the calendar
"syriza" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"That's win 2 202 100. There you go. Pick up the phone. If somebody from the 513 area code buzzes. That's where I heard keeps all their dome. Yeah, it's cash in you grand in your hand. Um, with some of the other ones Cash and you're Under 10. Tim, You cannot say that. I know. I know. I know. I did You catch it again? I think I did. Then we have. What are some other ones? Hyundais And your undies was another one. Trowel. Yeah. How? When your trial That's right, Belly. Oh, strong. Very strong, strong move. Um Tommy Lasorda passed away, which is pretty sad. I think not shocking, though, because he's been very sick lately. Right, And he always said He wants to see the Dodgers win one more world Syriza. Then he's ready to go and thank God that happened, right? Can you imagine? How pissed off People in Los Angeles and around the country would have been If the Dodgers didn't win the world, Syriza's he did pass away. And the one the world race that he could have one was cheated from the Dodgers by the Houston Astros. Can you imagine the next time those Astros came to Dodger Stadium? Where there are fans in the stands. Oh, Bob! Oh, man! Oh, man. That would be putting in crazy, but Tommy Lasorda 93 years old and he called us up. I think it's my birthday. Like six or seven years ago. And we have the audio right. So let's go ahead and Give it a listen. All right, Tommy Lasorda, man, One of the coolest guys in the world. Tommy Lasorda's with his Tommy. How are you, sir? There would welcome him. Happy birthday. I guess it's your birthday E. I guess it is. Yes, But what do you What do you have privileges is I'm wanted. I'm a longtime lifetime Dodger fan and and I'll see you. What is it next week, one of the world's Siri start. Yeah. Next week. Yeah, it didn't work out this year. But what an exciting year though, huh? Like this, like they used to say in Brooklyn Wait till next year.
Alex Trebek’s final 'Jeopardy!' episode airs
"Of Jeopardy. Taped by Alex Trebek airs tonight and a tribute to the longtime host will be included for back died of pancreatic cancer in November. Next week record jeopardy champ Ken Jennings will be the first in a syriza of guest hosts. Until a permanent replacement is named unleased.
Los Angeles remembers Tommy Lasorda
"Mourning the loss of two very iconic figures today with word of the death of Dodger legend Tommy Lasorda and former Los Angeles City Council member Mr Los Angeles Tom LaBonge. We begin our in depth team coverage with the passing of Tommy Lasorda. Among the stories about Lasorda from those who knew him and knew him. Well, the tales from Lasorda himself from Dodger broadcaster Ross Porter, one of my favorites, Itwas Don't tell people your problems. 80% or glad that you have them. 20% don't care speaking there with our own randy cartoon. And then there was the time that the Dodgers lost a tough game and assorted told his beloved wife, Jo, to meet him in the car on seeing his players looking low decided. Decided to have a talk with him. And so he had a team meeting after loss. And he said, you guys have lost confidence in yourself. Even the best team in the history of baseball than 18 27. Yankees. Had losing streak longer than this. So quit giving up on yourself. Go out there and play the best you can play because the car and Joseph well would you say in the speech, so he's older. She says that true. He said. I have no idea truly a shocking day for Dodger fans here in Southern California and across all of baseball who who might have thought that somebody like Tommy Lasorda would live forever bleeding bleeding Dodger Blue, But it's the sports writers. The sportscasters who spent so much time with Tommy Lasorda, who have so many amazing stories to tell that part of our in depth team coverage live now to KNX 10 seventies John Baird. You've seen the video of Tommy Lasorda leaping up after Kirk Gibson's famous home run in the 88 world, Syriza and you've probably heard some audio to of Tommy Lasorda going off. It was Tommy Being Tommy. Bill Shaken is the longtime sports writer for the Times Managers used to be larger than life. They were the focus of the team, and when Tommy was sorta was running the Dodgers And you wanted to talk to him in his office after the game. He was running a catering operation Pasta and all. Bret Lewis was in L a sportscaster and spent more than a decade and KFWB, he says. Tommy was something else. And it's truly so gregarious. Any crowd he walked into, he owned it. Head. Sobel was also a longtime sports reporter, A KNX and KFWB. He knows all the Lasorda stories and the fiery personality, you know, he was volatile, but but a fun guy. Had nobody more passionate and Dodgers history, that's for sure, he says. Lasorda was just a blast Reporting
Iran Increases Uranium Enrichment at Key Nuclear Facility
"Iran, where a syriza of recent developments have complicated relations between Iran's government in the United States. Yesterday, Iranian officials announced that they've started enriching uranium at levels of up to 20% purity. This brings the country's nuclear program closer to how it looked before the 2015 nuclear deal with the U. S and other global leaders. Iran also announced this week that it's Revolutionary Guard has seized a South Korean tanker. The seizure was done in part to retaliate for the billions of dollars that Iran says South Korea owes its government. Money that has been withheld U T U. S sanctions. And while Iran claims it's willing to reverse both of these decisions, the developments make things much more complicated for the U. S. As our government prepares to transition between presidents. Joining me now to discuss is gold, Nas Esfandiari, a senior correspondent with Radio Free Europe Radio Liberty, who covers Iran. Thanks for being here Gold as Thanks for having me, Cindy. So tell us how big of a shift is this latest uranium enrichment policy compared to how Iran's nuclear program Has been operating recently. The 20% and Richmond is an increase from about 4%, which is sets a by the 2015 nuclear agreement that Iran signed with the Obama administration. And other countries and that President Trump abandoned in 2018. The 20% is basically a breach of this agreement. It brings Iran closer. To being able to produce weapons grade uranium, which is citing about it requires about 90% purity. But what is important to know what this is not a shift. It's basically since the U. S left the agreement in 2000 May 2018 Iran waited for a year, and then it started gradually step by step, violating the agreement and decreasing its commitment. So this seems to be in line with the steps Iran has been taking. I was a bit surprised by this because the 20% enrichment is a step required by the parliament. The parliament passed the law in December requiring the government to start enriching Uranium at 20% immediately and the bill passed by the parliament was opposed by the Iranian government. President Rowhani said that this is this is detrimental to diplomacy. And other Iranian officials also opposed it. And then suddenly, and they even passed the bylaw to delay this parliament build. And then suddenly they announced that they started enriching uranium. My 20%, I think what is important also to understand is that Iran seems to be Raising the pressure on the upcoming U. S administration on the BAT Biden administration on D. It's trying to gain leverage for potential talks between the two sides. Hey, Before
Is Michael Keaton the new Batman? Not so fast
"Yes, Michael Keaton is dawning the Cape again, But no, he's not the new Batman least not permanently. New York Times writer Brooks Barnes broke the story last year about Keaton returning to his role from 1980, nine's Batman that got some fans they can he be starring in a whole new SYRIZA films. Well now Barnes is clarifying, saying Keaton will be back as Bruce Wayne in the upcoming new Flash movie. But the new full time that movie Batman is still Robert Pattinson. Pattinson's debut will come in the Batman. Due out in October of 2022
Westchester, New York, Officials Release 42 Recommendations For Power Companies To Improve Their Storm Response
"Westchester, Local officials are calling on the area's power companies to improve the infrastructure. That's after years of slow power restoration due to rough storms. They've issued a syriza 42 recommendations for utility companies so long outages can be avoided. George Latimer is the county executive of Westchester. Made a proposal that's been part of the report that we need to create a reserve corps of individuals who could be trained to in an emergency mode can assist the major utilities in restoration services. On, Edison says they look forward to continuing in tow work with local leaders while facing the growing challenges of climate change.
Trump, on tape, presses Ga. official to 'find' him votes
"President elect Biden's camp calls an irrefutable proof of a president pressuring an official of his own party to get him to overturn the result of the election. The outgoing president heard in the recorded phone call between Georgia Secretary of State Brad Rapids Burger. First reported by the Washington Post would want to have an accurate election. And you're a Republican. We believe what we do have an active election. No, I tell you. No, no, no. You know you don't have you don't have not even close. He plays through a whole syriza of debunked conspiracy theories, many of which have been dismissed in court. You hear the secretary of State of Georgia, A loyal Republican from the president has been close to in the past, I say know your facts wrong that can't happen that cannot happen. Point by point. He's refuted President Trump does not appear to give up. He keeps going. Keep going. Keep going. At one point just says All I need is to find the votes. Congress meets Wednesday to certify Biden's win There are Republicans in both chambers will object and force a vote on certification expected to fail
Larry King reportedly hospitalized with Covid-19
"Well, some sad news here. A legendary talk show host Larry King is in the hospital with covert 19. That's according to a source close to his family. 87 year old is the former host of CNN's Larry King Live, and he's been in a Los Angeles hospital. Now. For more than a week, King has battled the syriza of medical issues over the years. He has type two diabetes and is a cancer survivor. He also has heart
Larry King, 87, in a Los Angeles hospital with COVID-19
"Talk show host Larry King is in the hospital with covert 19, according to a source close to the family. 87 year old is the former host of CNN's Larry King Live and has been in a Los Angeles hospital for more than a week, his family unable to visit him due to pandemic protocols. Now King got his start in radio and eventually became one of the most recognizable interviewers in the world. Frank Sinatra gave his final interview to Larry King in 1988 Frank, just as an interesting question. Do we have to pay ASCAP? If you hum If I do more than eight bars, I guess we have to pay a feat by the way this is why do you hum u Hum a lot? I hum a locked. I have a lot when I vocalize because it moves up everything in the mask so that Comes forward like that. Being his battle the syriza of medical issues over the years he has type two diabetes and is a cancer survivor. He also has heart disease. His own medical issues inspired him to start the Larry King Cardiac Foundation, a nonprofit aimed at helping those without health insurance, afford medical care.
Celebrated Black doctor resigns in protest, alleging racism at Seattle Children's hospital
"The longtime director of Seattle Children's Odessa Brown Clinic, has suddenly resigned. Co most Patrick Quinn reports in the story First reported by Crosscut, Dr Danielson said quote the institution is replete with racism and a disregard for people who don't look like them and leadership. 2017 comes. Molly Shen feature Danielson fighting for expansion to reach more Families of color. Dr. Danielson resignation reportedly comes after two other colleagues. Both people of color also resigned or felt forced out. In a statement to spokesperson for Seattle Children's Hospital, said their board is looking into Daniel since claims and developing a syriza of actions, adding quote as an organization. We are committed to racial equity, diversity and inclusion will also holding ourselves accountable. We plan to show that commitment to our actions and thorough consideration of any claims of racism or bias. Patrick
"syriza" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Our daily listener. Commentary. Syriza's Growing up in a religiously diverse family taught Paul Staley lessons that weren't necessarily in the sacred texts. I've come to appreciate my parent's greatest gift to me wasn't an act of generosity as much as an expression of stubbornness. My mom was Catholic, and according to the church, her Children should have been a swell, but my dad, a Presbyterian wouldn't go along with that, so they struck a compromise. Daughters will be baptized US Catholics and sons as Presbyterians. So each Sunday we went our separate ways my mother and sister off to mass, while my brother, my dad and I went to services at our church. We were the only family in our neighborhood that regularly attended church. It wasn't until years later that it occurred to me that our parents, religious diligence was likely not just an expression of faith but also an obligation created by this arrangement. Having insisted that both their faiths be passed on to their Children. They could not afford to slack off the only way to honor the compromise was to keep going to church. Now. My father was a difficult personality. The parent I really loved was my mom. But in the context of my parents arrangement this meant that I grew up very aware that the person I love the most in the world practiced a different religion than I All those years of Sunday's of hymns. Offering plates in the tedium of the sermons are a blur to me Now, somewhere along the line, I stopped going to church, but at the same time I continue the family tradition of combining religions under one roof. My wife is Jewish. And although I did not convert we raised our son's his juice. Years such as this when Hannah can Christmas overlap are especially sweet to me. Ah, house with both a menorah and a Christmas tree is a perfect place to appreciate that the gift my parents gave me was this lesson? Of the differences between US need not divide us, but rather become a way to measure just how great our love for each other can be. With the perspective, this is Paul Staley. Paul Staley lives in San.
"syriza" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
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"syriza" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Refused to stop serving. Get more now from CBS. Jamie you kiss in our Syriza's season of giving Yeah. Every Tuesday, Helio Leyva fires up the grill and prepares lunch for those hit hardest by the pandemic that I never imagined that there will be so much people waiting in line to get a plate after his own business was raked over the coals and forced to close due to L. A county's covert restrictions. Leyva had a choice to make either be homeless or follow my pride. With the help of donations. He created the East Hollywood community cookout for others who might also be hesitant to ask but can run. Very hungry. So my idol job so they come to get food. What does it mean to you to get a hot meal? A nice time? A small team of volunteers turns out each week as one by one. The meals are passed out. Most people who are given this away for free, they wouldn't be grilling the tortillas. Yeah, but we believe that this meal is not just any minute. Latest cookouts have provided close to 5000 meals, and in a year or so many people are suffering. The stakes could not be higher. Jamie UGA's CBS News Los Angeles It is more than just a meal. It's a gift of kindness. Thank you, Jamie and we'll be right back. This portion of the CBS Evening News is sponsored by Kiss Kali Discover MORE about this treatment option. ACTUS colleague. Com 6 55 WCBS traffic and weather together back to Tom Kaminski. And let's go back over to this problem on the Henry Hudson Parkway. Michael It is right in that area of the Henry Hudson Bridge. We're getting reports of anywhere between 10..
"syriza" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Xbox, Syriza's ex new all time coronavirus highs in L, A and orange counties. We'll have more at the bottom of the hour. 5 25 now traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the five sponsored by Bob Smith, BMW Here's Jeff Biggs. We have yet another problem in and around downtown. This is on the 1 10 south bound on Figueroa. There is a stalled out food truck blocking the slow lanes will be on the lookout for that. Meanwhile, we do have a sig alert in effect downtown 1 10 North bound and third Street due to a two car crash that's blocking the right two lanes. The backup very solid. In fact, you're pretty much on the brakes. Once you get by the 10 or come off of the 10 on the harbor Freeway downtown, still slow heading downtown on the 11 south bound before the 1 10 That's due to a four car crash there over to the right shoulder, but still a lot of residual slowing as people check out what's going on. Also heavy coming off of the Four or five under the 105 and Hawthorne. This is due to a solo car. Spin out eastbound side. You have a car facing sideways in the carpool lane and in Irwindale south on 65 at Lower Azusa Road, they're still working on a two car crash. Bob Smith BMW. Their core values are based on you and your best interests. They have believed this for over 100 years because it's the right thing to do. See them now in their open and save showroom or visit them online and Bob Smith BMW calm Your next report coming up at 5 35 with more reports were often I'm Jeff things in the Prime choice Funding 24 hour Traffic center. Okay. Next 10 70 NewsRadio. Well, Partly cloudy and temperatures just have a little bit cooler. Tomorrow. It's gonna be in the sixties at the beaches, valleys and inland Empire Desert Communities Mountains,.
"syriza" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Of Nintendo switch consoles. But those have been on the market for years. Now. The National Retail Federation says it surveyed American shoppers and fewer than half say they'll do any holiday shopping in person. The share news brought to you by sweet James Bergner. Disney has plans to lay off several 1000 more employees. Ah financial document called it 10-K shows. The company plans to cut nearly 32,000 jobs in the first half of next year. But a Disney spokesperson says 28,000 of those jobs are the layoffs announced in September. Disney's revenues have been hurt by the pandemic, shutting down theme parks and movie theaters. Ah federal appeals court in Philadelphia has rejected President Trump's latest effort to challenge election results. The court ruled. Trump's campaign offered no evidence of any election fraud. One judge said the case was as he put it. Haphazardly stitched together like Frankenstein's monster. Some Ivy League grads have raised eyebrows with their Syriza of lottery wins the luckiest people in the world and they found a way to beat the system. Indianapolis Star reporter Tim Evans says the group of at least four Princeton grads Spends lots of money buying of thousands of lottery tickets in different states. They've won more than $6 million in Indiana, Missouri and D. C one gamble alone earned the group of $5 million prize, But Evans says they'd have to be spending millions to try to beat the odds Established Inc. And in gambling losses. You could be written off of your taxes so they might be able to write those losing tickets off as an expensive doing business with the gambling. Lottery officials say there is nothing wrong with players using data to try to see what prizes are available. Jeopardy. Host Alex Trebek recorded a Thanksgiving message as he battled pancreatic cancer. He left it to air during yesterday's show. Trebek told fans to keep the faith saying we will get through the pandemic. You know, in spite of what America and the rest of the world is experiencing right now, there are many reasons. To be thankful. There are more and more people extending helpful hands to do a kindness to their neighbors, and that's a good thing. Your back was 80 when he died almost three weeks ago. We've got some trouble in Riverside on the 91. He's found at university. A crash.
"syriza" Discussed on KGO 810
"With today's Cal Syriza flashback. Okay. Welcome back to the Bud Light tailgate show. Whenever there's a Cal game to watch. There's a Bud light there. Now it's time for Mike and the scouting report. Okay, Michael. We'll take a joke today one of the big things that you get the common theme When you talk to everybody about this game from the cow side is that Stanford is big. And what does that mean? Well, it's starting their defense defensive side. They are very big upfront, not a huge pass rush group, but they averaged just over £300 on that defensive front in terms of their down guys and the outside linebackers are also big, so physical big run stoppers inside. You have to imagine of Stanford designed itself. It thinks of itself as a run first team, as David Shaw has been over the course of the years when you design a run stopping defense first, so the Bears are going to have to find those mismatches. The new offensive line. We talked about it. The guys who were Either Cove it or contact trace for last week out on that offensive line. We're gonna have to handle some big bodies across the back end of that defense. There's some new guys out there. They haven't seen a lot of them. Some of these guys are Good cover guys, but not great cover, guys. There's a couple guys. There's always one fish that you pick on is a former quarterback. I could tell you, you pick out one guy and you say that's the fish. Cal thinks they have a finger on who that's gonna be. They're gonna have to go after him and then try to take advantage of Stanford. When they go into special sets and blitz the downs in terms of offense, Stanford offense We talked about it in great detail here today. Stanford quarterback Davis Mills miss the first game because of a false positive. Test that the conference then later apologized for having you go without your starting quarterback. But then he came back. He looked really rusty because he hadn't had any practice that has taught you sack our guest in the pregame talked about Didn't stay at Stanford in the off season, and so he hasn't had a lot of reps with his guys two weeks to be able to wrap up. This guy's going to be great, and that's gonna help in this game. Okay, How about their their defensive side of the ball? Well, we're going Marty come. We'll talk about that in a moment more to come from the Bud Light tailgate show driven by your northern California Toyota dealers similar feel. I am G college..
"syriza" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"News desk. Let's check in with Paul Rasmussen. We have two ballots. Stories for you first, of course, the Allegheny County elections sports meeting today to certify The November 3rd election results, and we've got a lawsuit from a congressman and a candidate to tell you about as well. The result of that could be 2.7 million mail in ballots could be disqualified. Details coming up at 6 30 on KDK Radio. This is a KDK radio time capsule. Now the CEO and president of the Heinz History Center Andy may sink nearly 40 years ago World championships by the Pittsburgh Steelers and Pittsburgh Pirates. Cemented the city status as one of the greatest sports towns in the world. Throughout the 19 seventies, both the Steelers and the Pirates rode a wave of sports dominance. The Pirates began the 19 seventies by earning a spot in the National League Championship. Syriza's Following year In 1971 Roberto Clemente earned world Syriza M V P honors as the Bucks defeated the Baltimore Orioles toe earn the Pirates fourth title after three more championship appearances in 1972, 1974 and 1975 captain Willie Starr. Joel and the We are family pirates earned the team's fifth World Series championship. 1979 sharing the same three River stadium turf. The Pittsburgh Steelers transformed themselves in the 19 seventies from the loveable losers toe one of the greatest dynasties in professional sports. The team's fortunes began to turn with Franco Harris is immaculate reception in the 1972 a F C divisional playoff game. With Franco, Terry Bradshaw and the Steel Curtain defense leading the way. The Steelers went on to win four championships during the 19 seventies, the first team in NFL history to earn four Super Bowl victories..
"syriza" Discussed on WJR 760
"The governor had hers and And we thought we had legislation to solve this. We haven't We have the reluctance of nursing homes to step up and set up these caring recovery centers. The rate in which they're being approved is too slow, and it takes time to stand them up. That is the and then you just nailed nailed it hit the nail on the head. We do have a serious problem with staffing across the board, because either they're fatigued or they're sick and You know, being creative? I believe we should actually this. This is not going to be well received. But I believe we should consider some incentives and some hazard pay for nursing homes and for those that are ready to set up. The CR sees and basically restrict staff so that they can't rotate his quickness frequently and so they stay with their patients. Again, because even even still today, the number one source of spread is related to this entire population and nursing homes and so forth. So it's not a new, not a new phenomenon for us and, you know, you know, I think I mentioned you. Before that all the Senate there's across the state are partnering up with Healthcare systems in their districts. And we're doing the Syriza public service announcements all this week, encouraging people to do the things that we know work, you know, wash your hands social distance. Where mask when you leave home, especially if you're unable to socially distance and, yes, Yes, yes, Consider considers the operative word here, postponing or limiting get togethers with people that you don't live with. We've already made that decision in our family. We're going to make it a star Thanksgiving. You know we're going to do some zoo meetings and stuff, And that's that, to me is Shutting down you know, restaurants and figures and stuff maybe feels good, But I don't think it's gonna have a is going to move the meal. The way we need to move the needle..
"syriza" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Wondering One plus one from the people behind Business Wars and Dirty John comes a weekly series about what happens when two insanely gifted people come together in conflict and then collaboration. Create something truly transformative people like Lennon and McCartney with working with Jones. I'll go into literature without meaning to and Google's Larry Page and Sergey Brin didn't like each other vermin to the beginning or it would you tolerated each other. Yeah, I think you know there is kind of obnoxious that very easy going when you get down to it. Really. Every great collaboration is a sort of love story, sometimes for real, like Jay Z and Beyonce on with each six episodes, Syriza. We're gonna take you through some of these amazing stories and will realize what about these power couples? He's farsighted geniuses. He's creative soul mates made them so great. And maybe what? We can all learn from them. One plus one. Listen and follow this podcast for all with financial calm brings us money news with pad and let's start with a little fresh trading week ahead. What are we thinking? Well, we're thinking that the trading is going to get a boost from covert 19 Vaccine news. There's even better news today than the report that came out last week from Fizer. It's vaccine was at least 90% effective against coronavirus. Today's news is from Madonna, which says that it's vaccine is almost 95% effective and could be available to most Americans starting next spring. Now futures have been up in reaction by more than 500 points today. On the other hand, it's getting.
"syriza" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Time now. For perspective. That's our daily listener. COMMENTARY Syriza's Karina Modano shares the pervasive despair and pain so many feel right now, but she takes comfort in a family saying that has gotten them through dark days before. Here's her perspective. There was a saying, taped to the wall of my mom's house during the last years of her life. It was in my sister's handwriting. She put it there a year or two after Mom was diagnosed with Alzheimer's. Greeted us every time we were in the kitchen in the early years while we made t refilled meds or played banana grams at the table. And then in the later years when we needed a private looked a week where Mom couldn't see us It said. No matter how broken you feel you are still whole. I've been thinking a lot about that quote. Lately. Everything is broken right now. Windows public institutions. Trust. I read somewhere Once that rages, the radical tip of a grief that time will never root out. Sometimes grief sits with us forever. The loss of a parent Mass death, the degradation of humanity. Sorrow, heartbreak in rage are colliding in public and in private In the morning, I savor that insta second of time before I fully remember the state of our world. But like so many others, I get up, Put 1 ft in front of the other and try to make sense of the despair. One of the most vivid memories I have of Mom is a Sunday I wheeled her into church with me in her latest stages of Alzheimer's, As was typical of that time she was out of it glassy eyed, staring off into space. Then all of the sudden when the recessional him we shall overcome started playing her eyes lit up. She's saying all the words at full volume with ease and conviction. Moment of wholeness. I find small ways to feel this now, the extra tight hug from my Children before they go to sleep, the just the right time phone call from a friend the birds reclaiming their song. No matter how broken you feel you are still whole. With the perspective. I'm Karena Moreno..
"syriza" Discussed on KGO 810
"We lost you for a minute there, Cam. I got so many tabs open. I accidentally clicked disconnect, and that was it. That was God's garden Because my kids just contacted me And in Marin County where we live, they've lost power. There's lightning and ah Storm rain storm going on. But Tim secrets with us right now, Tim. Hi pad Say hi to Kim. Hi, Cam back. Hello? Know what I was waiting for? You two to finish, so is like momentarily distracted. I was like, Look, I was looking at, like, my my whiskers. Perfectly chicken from my kitty thinking I got to order some more. Uh, Anyway, I I anyway. Yes. Hello. Ladies were okay. You know, just dealing with what's going on. Happy about the election. Sorry that it's so weird. It is so weird that Trump seems to just think. Feed. If he doesn't say anything If he doesn't concede he doesn't have to go. Yeah, well, you know, he lives in his own universe, as we all know does. I guess he does. Okay. Well, Tim Sika, you've been seeing movies. Let's see. Kim, Have you seen anything? You know, not really. Oh, yeah, I thought you did. I thought you had a tab again. I don't know. I didn't. No, not this time. Yeah. No, I haven't really watched anything. Very interesting. 01 thing I did watch was on Netflix, A serious called The Queen's gambit, and that was a pretty good syriza like everybody's telling me that that's so good, But you know, when people tell me they give me a title, and then they add Syriza's to what I just say. Oh, God, please, no. And yet down, Abby. Okay, That's true. I did watch that whole whole series. Yeah, I just have to, Yes, but it was in preparation for the movies, so I had a reason to do what? I was motivated to do it. Oh, that's right. I forgot that. That was your motivation. And you were so happy. You did. I did, because I came to it informed and knowledgeable. Yeah, and I never saw the moving and I was able to speak authoritatively on it, you say because you do your homework. Yeah, I interviewed for that movie, Mrs Patmore. I'm blanking on the actress's name. Wonderful. She's a very, very, very accomplished actress. She's one of those actresses. That were basically our entire life professionally. I think she got her first paid gig when she was 12 on every subsequent acting job that she got. She got paid for, and she made a very good living at it. But she really never became known by anybody really outside of England until down, Abby, and now she's kind of like the star. You know, she deserves it. She's fantastic. Kim. What about the Queen's gambit is a good Yes. I really enjoyed it a lot. You just you just not paying attention. You just out there to hit in tabs is what you're doing. Can you not know? I'm here? You're not here. May I'm good, so you can go now. I'm sorry. I think Chris had me turned down. But listen, The Queen's gambit was great. So great that I stayed up one whole night watching the whole series. It was so good that also into it. I'm really looking forward to the next season of the crown. Also coming out on Netflix as well. Okay, so that's another one that I heard was really good. And I've heard so many people talk about it that I think I'm actually going to start watching that one. Yeah, there's about a news. New one comes out like just in a week or so. You know, I'm so pathetic with television series I still have never, ever, ever, ever seen The West Wing. Me either. Oh, I'm so glad Tim. We're in the same boat. Yes. The West Wing in the Sopranos. I've never seen it episode. Okay? You would love The Sopranos. Yeah, it was What, Really? Woz. I didn't think I was gonna like it. It.
"syriza" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"Well, Guiana Obey. Parana wins it O G splashes at home on the cross court pass from Laurie. They're going to review it. And if it stands, Toronto is back in the Siri's as old G flushes it down. Wow. I have seen it all. And not that you needed any type of reminder. But no team in N BA history has come back from a 30 sarees deficit. So the Toronto Raptors They probably have a little bit more window near their sales right now. Boston Looks like they were just getting ready to take this. But Toronto so I guess the Syriza's still here still available. Kyle Lowry finished with 31 points, eight assists, six rebounds. Fred Vanvleet 25 points, Pascal Seaq, Um he had 16. Even though I felt like he played up and so have time only had about two points. And O G and an O. B. Outside of hitting that that game winning three pointer old G finished with 12 points. Kember Walker had an amazing pass amazing pass. The Daniel Thais. To help kind of give them the lead. But ultimately you just heard what happened around so 114 to 103 Kemba Walker had 29 points. Jalen Brown 19 Jason Tatum 15. It was a hell of a game, and we've had some amazing, just amazing games. We've got some amazing Siri's in the playoffs, and I got to give Toronto credit for making things entrusting. Because of Boston went up 30. It's kind of boring. The interest is totally gone. Now We have to wait for Boston to finish up with the heat. And the Bucks, and it's just more waiting. I wouldn't mind if we had more seven Game series, so I hope Toronto can ultimately tied the series. Let's see what happens there matter of fact. Let's listen. Kyle Lowry. He gave a lot of credit. So G for making a shot. Even though Carl Larry he had to throw a hell of a Passover giant. The house is nothing OD made.
"syriza" Discussed on KTRH
"Nationwide. Syriza's a partnership with Tribeca Enterprises. The move will feature a total of 320 films through October and give a reprieve for parents looking for family activities. There will also be events around some of the films and celebrities are expected to make surprise appearances with picnic snacks available to order online or through the WalMart APP for curbside pickup for the film starts. Michelle Pelino Fox. WalMart hasn't announced any of the locations of which are going to be participating. Let will let you know on that. James Harden racked up 49 points is the Rockets came from behind in the fourth quarter to beat the Mavericks, 1 53 1 49 and over time, Russell Westbrook back him up with 31 points in the bubble rock. It's going to be playing the Bucks tomorrow night on Katie are each news on demand at K t r h dot com. We could have another updated, 7 30 I'm Nikki Courtney on Houston's news, weather and traffic station. NewsRadio, 7 40 Katie are each as we mentioned last hour when the rains are finished, and it looks like they they will get through here. Definitely by 10 o'clock will be cleared out in many, many places and there. I don't see anything behind it. So be happy. That one. Let Nikki get more technical honest with that. At the top and bottom of every e R. And then it'll be time to get to the nurseries and garden centres and start stocking up on this and that and get the plants and the plants are going to be so happy after the rains there going to be smiling at you when you go there Great places like plants for all seasons to 49 just south of Jones Road Online plants for all seasons dot com. They've been there since mid to late 19 seventies Victor Hilarity started. Oh, by the way, Remember, we've talked about Tom Pierce. Fear escapes. He was a founding member of plants for all seasons, too, but he wanted to go off and start his own landscape company. So then Victor all of a sudden having Children left and right for adult Children. They all work in the nursery in one capacity or another kind of one of those unique aspect when we talk about mom and pop, family owned and operated garden centres, this is the ultimate example of that in Houston area because All four of Victor's Children, Lipstick, I say his Children. They're all over, like 35 years old, 35 to the middle 8 40 So they've been around for a long time, and they grew up in the business, and it's kind of anything because the walk and talk with you they have everything I've talked about so far. Today we'll have everything I will talk about further today, whether it's a fertilizer, fungicide, insecticide or even cool things like their refill station's on the Nelson Color started refill station's on the micro life products. And of course, they always have that compost Tiber going Seems like 24 7 over there. Uh, if you've never been there before again plants for all seasons dot com there to 49 just south of Jones Road. Just what you sow. Check it out. Can you dig it? You welcome. Welcome back. This is our number two before we do it every Saturday and Sunday from 6 to 10 on Saturday ends and they're not just one day. Running back a lot like every Sunday. You know, we're on every side of nowhere on Sundays to try to make sure he's listening both days 60 10 a.m. Exclusively here on news radio, 7 40 which is the important radio station now, because, like e A s is there's gonna be some weather alert throughout the morning. Uh, I am broadcasting from the home today. Not just cause of Copan 19. But just, uh, for a lot of the reasons I'm glad I didn't have to drive in and all this horrible rain this morning. And But we're still on the air. We have been knocked off by any thunderstorms, although it's pretty Harry, looking out far northwest of town if you're in the center of town, even if you're Uh, just on the West side.