17 Burst results for "Ten Twelve Days"

"ten twelve days" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"ten twelve days" Discussed on KTOK

"Reporter for politico always got in depth analysis Daniel break it down so the articles are basically getting at the abuse of power that they are accusing trump of doing with his dealings with Ukraine in terms of pressuring the Ukrainian president to announce his investigation politically motivated probes into Joe Biden for his political purposes and so this is something that we've been waiting for but you need those articles of impeachment and then you can start impeaching him so you are very serious charges a lot of Democrats say this is worse than what Nixon did all right the noticeably absent I guess was that third article which had been rumored about obstruction of justice with regards to the mall probe how come Democrats her house Democrats did not right that one Democrats wanted to keep it tightly focused on you know a narrow set of facts and evidence that trump thirty they don't want to bring in the entire think you know they don't for the sink and they want to say Hey let's do this very targeted and so that we're not accused of bringing up things that have been resolved in a couple never convicted or surcharges anything related to the mall or programs self a lot of his associate senior staffers on the campaign of Michael Flynn there were charged but they don't want to they want to keep the story street enough so that people can understand that and that they're not accused of you know going not so with what's the what's the time line look like I guess for a vote on the full house floor at this point I think we could see the next you know ten twelve days and so they want to get this done a couple days before Christmas then the Senate is radically opposed to take up immediately but they're not going to disrupt Christmas Campbell Chris here's to make that happen the Senate trial which should last about two weeks will take place in the first few weeks of dinner and so that's what we're state Democrats don't want to have a drag out because it would be bad for for their political fortunes speak with Daniel Lippman what White House and Washington reporter at politico so you wrote about that in terms of seemingly red Senate Republicans and Democrats are likely to agree to push this off till after the holidays but politically speaking right is still a handful of senators who were running for the democratic presidential nomination and they're gonna have to sit in on the Senate impeachment trial I can't imagine they're happy about that no they're not they're gonna hurt their campaigns although that will affect Warren the most and she is the top center in that cheer standards as well but this should help people like Joe Biden Michael Bloomberg bear Pete mayor Peter in that he had no jurisdiction here and so you can happily expanded campaign you to take advantage of one of the parents are selling their house she's an obligation now what is the White House hoping with all this given the given the nature of where it is right now anyway all right now has not really participated in this house impeachment pro they have not offered their defense much and so except in these letters and so they they're gonna mount their defense in the in the entering in that Senate trial remember the Senate controlled by Connell Republicans so this should be in a pretty easy for them although no president likes to be connect you know in case by the house a man have his state his or her fate brought up to the Senate even though it's likely the Senate will quit yeah is there still a chance that there may not be an impeachment vote since generally speaking I think there's the impression that the outcome in the Senate is already known well I think they want to go through the motions and so they're not going to cancel any senator Mitch McConnell I don't think I'll talk about that if he's worried that they will convict trump then they have here the bigger problem of him was Daniel Daniel Lippman White House and Washington reporter for politico fourteen minutes now after the hour on this morning America's first news coming up next what we're getting out of a new trade.

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"ten twelve days" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"ten twelve days" Discussed on KTRH

"For politico always got in depth analysis Daniel break it down so the articles are basically getting at the abuse of power that they are accusing trump of doing with his dealings with Ukraine in terms of pressuring the Ukrainian president to announce his investigation politically motivated probes into Joe Biden for his political purposes and so this is something that we've been waiting for because you need those articles of impeachment and then you can start impeaching him so you are very serious charges a lot of Democrats say this is worse than what Nixon to all right noticeably absent I guess was that third article which had been rumored about obstruction of justice with regards to the mall pro Packham Democrats her house Democrats did not right that one Democrats wanted to keep it tightly focused on you know a narrow set of facts and evidence of that trump thirty they don't want to bring in the entire think you know they don't for the sink and they want to say Hey let's do this very targeted and so that we're not accused of bringing up things that have been resolved in a truck was never convicted or surcharge or anything related to the mall or programs self a lot of his associate senior staffers on the campaign of Michael Flynn there were charged but they don't want to they want to keep the story street enough so that people can understand that and that they're not accused of you know going into tropical not so with what's the what's the time line look like I guess for a vote on the full house floor at this point I think we could see the next you know ten twelve days and so they want to get this done a couple days before Christmas then the Senate is radically opposed to take up immediately but they're not going to disrupt Christmas Campbell Chris here's to make that happen the Senate trial which should last about two weeks will take place in the first few weeks of January and so that's what were state Democrats don't want to have a drag out because it would be bad for for their political fortunes speak with Daniel Lippman what White House and Washington reporter at politico so you wrote about that in terms of seemingly red Senate Republicans and Democrats are likely to agree to push this off till after the holidays but politically speaking right is still a handful of senators who were running for the democratic presidential nomination and they're gonna have to sit in on the Senate impeachment trial I can imagine they're happy about that another now they're gonna hurt their campaigns above that will affect Warren the most and she is the top center in that sheer standards as well but this should help people like Joe Biden Michael Bloomberg bear Pete where people in that he had no jurisdiction here and so you can happily expanded campaign you to take advantage of one of the parents are selling their constitutional obligation now what is the White House hoping with all this given the given the nature of where it is right now anyway all right now has not really participated in this house impeachment pro they have not offered their defense much room so except in the letters and so they they're gonna mount their defense in the in January about Senate trial remember the Senate controlled by a comma Republicans so this should be in a pretty easy for them although no present likes to be connect you know in case by the house a man have his state his or her fate brought up to the Senate even though it's likely the Senate will quit yeah is there still a chance that there may not be an impeachment vote since generally speaking I think there's the impression that the outcome in the Senate is already known but I think they want to go through the motions and so they're not going to cancel any senator Mitch McConnell I don't think I'll talk about that if he's worried that they will convict trump then they have here the bigger problem of him was Daniel Daniel Lippman White House and Washington reporter for.

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"ten twelve days" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"ten twelve days" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Trump addressed the issue at a rally last night in Hershey Pennsylvania they're impeaching me this has to be a first in this week to me you know why because they want to win an election and that's the only way they can the house Judiciary Committee wants to start holding votes on the articles today with a full house for a vote next week get more now from Daniel Lippman White House in Washington reporter for politico always got in depth analysis Daniel break it down so the articles are basically getting at the abuse of power that they are accusing trump of doing with his dealings with Ukraine in terms of pressuring the Ukrainian president to announce his investigation the politically motivated probes into Joe Biden for his political purposes and so this is something that we've been waiting for because you need those articles of impeachment and then you can start impeaching him so we are very serious charges a lot of Democrats say this is worse than what Nixon did the noticeably absent I guess was that third article which had been rumored about obstruction of justice with regards to the mall pro Packham Democrats house Democrats did not right that one Democrats wanted to keep it tightly focused on you know a narrow set of facts and evidence of that trump thirty they don't want to bring in the entire I think you know they don't have for the sink and they want to say Hey let's do this very targeted and so that we're not accused of bringing up things that have been resolved in a couple never convicted or huge charged with anything related to the mall or programs self a lot of his associate senior staffers on the campaign of Michael Flynn work charge but they don't want to they want to keep the story street enough so that people can understand that and that they're not accused of you know going not so with what's the what's the time line look like I guess for a vote on the full house floor at this point I think we could see the next you know ten twelve days so they want to get this done a couple days before Christmas then the Senate is radically opposed to take up immediately but they're not going to disrupt Christmas camper Chris here's to make that happen the Senate trial which should last about two weeks will take place in the first few weeks of dinner and so that's what were the Democrats don't want to have a drag.

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"ten twelve days" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"ten twelve days" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Constitution endangers our democracy and the endangers our national security president trump addressed the issue at a rally last night in Hershey Pennsylvania they're impeaching me this has to be a first in is re teaching you know why because they want to win an election and that's the only way they can the house Judiciary Committee wants to start holding votes on the articles today with a full house for a vote next week get more now from Daniel Lippman White House in Washington reporter for politico always got in depth analysis Daniel break it down so the articles are basically getting at the abuse of power that they are accusing trump of doing with his dealings with Ukraine in terms of pressuring the Ukrainian president to announce his investigation the politically motivated probes into Joe Biden for his political purposes and so this is something that we've been waiting for but you need those articles of impeachment and then you can start impeaching him one so we are very serious charges a lot of Democrats say this is worse than what Nixon did all right the noticeably absent I guess was that third article which had been rumored about obstruction of justice with regards to the mall probe how come Democrats her house Democrats did not right that one Democrats wanted to keep it tightly focused on you know a narrow set of facts and evidence of that trump thirty they don't want to bring in the entire sync you know they don't have for the sink and they want to say Hey let's do this very targeted and so that we're not accused of bringing up things that have been resolved in a couple never convicted or surcharges anything related to the mall or programs self a lot of his associate senior staffers on the campaign of Michael Flynn there were charged but they don't want to they want to keep the story street enough so that people can understand that and that they're not accused of you know going being Q. into tropical not so with what's the what's the time line look like I guess for a vote on the full house floor at this point I think we could see the next you know ten twelve days and so they want to get this done a couple days before Christmas then the Senate is radically opposed to take up immediately but they're not going to disrupt Christmas Campbell Chris here's to make that happen so the Senate trial which should last about two weeks will take place in the first few weeks of January and so that's what we're Shane difficult to want to have a drag out because that would be bad for for their political fortunes speak with Daniel Lippman White House and Washington reporter at politico so you wrote about that in terms of seemingly red Senate Republicans and Democrats are likely to agree to push this off till after the holidays but politically speaking right is still a handful of senators who were running for the democratic presidential nomination and they're gonna have to sit in on the Senate impeachment trial I can't imagine they're happy about that another now they're gonna hurt their campaigns although that will affect Warren the most and she is the top center in that here standards as well but this should help people like Joe Biden Michael Bloomberg mayor Pete mayor people in that he had no jurisdiction here and so you can happily expanded campaigning to take advantage of one of the parents are selling their constitutional obligation what is the White House hoping with all this given the given the nature of where it is right now anyway well why not has not really participated in this house impeachment pro they have not offered their defense much since except in the letters and so they they're gonna mount their defense in the in January about Senate trial remember the Senate controlled by a comma Republicans so this should be pretty easy for them although no present likes to be connect yeah the house a man have his date his or her fate brought up to the Senate even though it's likely the Senate will quit yeah is there still a chance that there may not be an impeachment vote since generally speaking I think there's the impression that the outcome in the Senate is already known I think they want to go through the motions and so they're not going to cancel anything that Mitch McConnell I don't think I'll talk about that if he's worried that they will convict trump then they have here the bigger problem of him was Daniel Daniel Lippman White House and Washington reporter for politico fourteen minutes now after the hour on this morning America's first news coming up.

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"ten twelve days" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"ten twelve days" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The Democrats to the Democrat parties to progressive standard bearers that's a huge drop I mean you're looking at Sanders and more in a twenty percent by nineteen percent it's a thirteen percentage point drop for Biden and that is the thing about this that really that that I'm that I'm waiting for okay is one this is not the way obviously Biden should be trending or we're gonna talk at length about this with the headset coming up at eight thirty five because he had some rather interesting comments in his own sort of hot take on where are where Biden's hadn't had it but the thing for me is to me the other good news correlation correctly there's like a reverse thing going on or or like a very similar thing in my opinion with Elizabeth Warren that happened with trump and that no I don't expect that the mainstream media let's say for the sake of argument for either a Bernie Sanders are worn if either of them to get the nomination I don't expect that the mainstream media is going to do this however warrant not too long ago was a laughing stock she was she was a joke yeah she was an absolute joke and I know right now she's getting a lot of credibility and a lot of traction because the mainstream in the mainstream media is covering this and I don't it's extra covering her positively and I don't anticipate that that's going to change if you were to get the nomination be that as it may my point is she's an incredibly weak candidate old even if people are kind of supporting her now I don't believe that the base the large majority of base democratic voters think she's all that great she was always kind of a joke she's not going to do well outside of the outside of the hard core democratic base you could say the same thing about Bernie Sanders you everything you just said about Elizabeth Warren is also true for Bernie Sanders yes before the run against Clinton he was a joke he was crazy he's not he's not even a Democrat is a democratic socialist see the independent senator you know from Vermont to end people couldn't believe let's are in old flash back to twenty sixteen people couldn't believe that he would actually have the traction support that he had nobody really wanted to take him seriously because his ideas are nuts and would be terrible for the country yet he did manage to convince a lot of young people specifically to get on board with his idea of democratic socialism and he did effectively sort of move that window of conversation the Overton window in his direction and some of his wacky insane to terrible bad for the country ideas have now gotten a lot more somewhat mainstream support and now are being discussed seriously Medicare for all that's him that's all here right the only reason Medicare for all is being discussed in in in a way that has is because of his twenty sixteen campaign so she has piggybacked on to this do you know the the the the the support that that Sanders got and still continues to get I am I I you everybody should be watching to see how the DNC reacts to what's happening with these polls with Biden the prominence of Warren and Sanders and I say that because we already know how far the DNC and the Democrats are willing to go to have their way right you're talking about a party is that it for the sake of this example like was willing to publicly assassinate Brett Kavanaugh right you're talking about a party that will go to great lengths to ensure that they get whatever it is that their desire is and they know as well as we know the likelihood or the other how unlikely it'll be for Warren or Sanders to go and win so what I'm very curious to watch over thing everybody needs to watch is how does the DNC react to these polls who ends up beginning to get some more traction who does the DNC try to prop up and also what new attacks will come at president Donald Trump based on the fact if the Democrats end up thinking there's no way they're going to be able to win this election next year they're going to want to set themselves up yeah in a prime position after the twenty twenty election to continue their push back against trump so I fully expect there's going to be some other tactic and you're going to see this shift in the property of another candidate and probably some other whatever it'll be I who knows you can't make up whatever criticism they're gonna go after trump for next Biden did tell reporters that this poll it is an out wire that is contradicted by every measure of the national average and I am looking at you know sort of an aggregate of all the recent polling in and they're right I mean Biden continues to have double digit leads in all but like a couple of polls that have been released in the last ten twelve days or so I mean he's he's plus nineteen in some polls plus eleven in some polls and then you've got this one that we're referring to that show him Sanders warned in a tie and then there's one from Emerson that actually has a okay I'm sorry that's just the Colorado bullets and even a nationwide poll the yeah Biden is still continuing to lead most polls well tell you what when he has campaign moments like this I fully expect that his polling numbers are going to go up my long time friend she's a friend she's been my friend in and out of public life friend time friend she's a friend public.

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"ten twelve days" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"ten twelve days" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Hood and that Chris black we're live from the first Midwest bank studios on State Street in downtown Chicago and Johnson we have finally made it to week zero on the college football season you know I'm happy you know you're happy too because college football season is finally here may have been what is it just seems like it takes forever but now we can be able to look at games and get excited because it's right here starting tomorrow and next weekend we have to show Chicago's college tail gate kicks off on Saturday of next week at noon and then we are back on Monday Labor Day before the Notre Dame game shop in hood crisp like Adam a doll we will bring you Chicago's college tail gate here on ESPN one thousand each Saturday throughout the fall during the college football season now about this week zero kicks off with ESPN's college game day tomorrow eight o'clock central time from Walt Disney World in Florida before Miami and Florida and we get a chance to talk with Chris fully come from ESPN's college gameday he's the bear you can also see him on daily wager on ESPN two you can follow him on Twitter at Chris for Leica Chris it's Johnson in Chris tonight how are you and are you looking forward to this first match up Miami and Florida tomorrow definitely look close on this though like I like you right is that the golf football season is finally here we got a a magic tomorrow night that is a pretty intriguing I I don't think there's really any results that we truly surprised me but I guess I'm just looking for the John Williams goes for the change of course start and end up as if to articulate the build on the with the ten when she's in the last year so what became tomorrow to get yourself where where is the value in this game with their hurricanes as far as as obscene noble bottom seven half point favorite against Florida is it at the seven a half or is it the over a hundred forty seven I don't think there's a ton of value really anywhere anymore initially about ten twelve days ago I also told local you're so and that was what I kind of suggested the people on the policy where will side with dealing with drugs we get all the under Dan was calm down it's almost to a point now where it's really get down early maybe five back at forty six you go over it's like why does a little bit older so work your little concerned about coming down but if you get off the blood if I had to lean towards the game what I we have courts take in Miami in points just if I I I I think what happened early last year still really got lives lives of their head that I want to get a bad start I want to do after the manager he's which will play well in in the game so your we get you to play the game I am yeah get me December seventh we will.

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"ten twelve days" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"ten twelve days" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Adam silver says they wanna keep the eighty two game schedule. They want that continuity. I would shorten it but I get that is real revenue every year that every team can count on because every team gets forty one home games. So I understand why owners are not really into that idea, I think all leagues could do with the shortened season except for football. But that's not gonna happen. But what I would do then if I was in charge of this is I'd get rid of best of seven before the conference finals. Used to be best best to five in the first round go best defy first round best to five second round shave off a little time there. And do a and you could cut the preseason. You don't eat preseason in the NBA one two games. If you want to do things where you go around to different markets, outgrow your sport. I know preseason games in the home stadium. Totally necessary to start the year. These are basketball players who play year round there in the greatest shape of any athletes. Totally fine. So I would to in order to do that, then you can expand the all star break to a couple of weeks and play that single elimination tournament in the middle of it half the teams make it. He get it done in ten twelve days probably, and you have a midseason sixteen team one through sixteen half the league makes it March madness style tournament. And you crown a madness champion, and it would be crazy. Anybody could win the nets could win. It'd be unlikely. But there's the warriors would not be overwhelming favourite to win a single elimination basketball tournament. Some teams would be more motivated than others. Some teams would be healthier than others. At that time, it's basketball. There's crazy variants anyway, whenever you bring in single limitation guys can get hurt like Klay Thompson, doesn't this game you get out, and you've got nothing to say for it or nothing to show for it. I think that would be incredible drama. I don't want that to happen for the actual NBA playoffs because I like that. The NBA is the sport that crowns, the truest champion. More so than the Super Bowl, the World Series, the Stanley Cup the NBA every year, crowns, the truest champion because it's best of seven. So I enjoy that aspect of it. I don't want that to go away for the actual NBA finals for the Larry O'Brien trophy. But if you add a mid season tournament that was the polar opposite of that, that had the highest degree of variants with single limitation. It would have the best of both worlds, you'd have March madness and you'd have this, you could make an argument to include every team in the NBA it won't take that long. So everybody gets into the tournament. It's single limitation. And you just go from there. But I think that, that idea has a tremendous amount of growth potential. We got a bunch of people on the line who have suggestions for ways to improve the NBA, even though it's already great. Eight five five two one two four two two seven but Adam silver says changes inevitable. We'll hear from you on your NBA ideas and we'll do post game for game two. When it goes final, but first Peter Schwartz. Sports.

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"ten twelve days" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"ten twelve days" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Program. Hello, America and Hello. We are thinking of you today. There's bad bad storms that happened last night, and we'll get into that. And how you can help the people of Ohio coming up in just a second. We also been on vacation for about ten twelve days, and I was watching things that I think nobody else was watching, I was watching the elections in Europe and I'll explain what's happening around the world in how it is going to affect us, and it's actually, I think I think it's really kind of good news. Also, the president says we need to go to Mars. He says, it's the most important security thing that we can do. I think Baltimore might disagree with that. We'll talk to you about what's happening in Baltimore and the perfect. Story to start a Monday guy. I know it's Tuesday feels like a Monday. So if you think in like, oh, I just you think you might be facing a bad day. Relax. I've got the ultimate Monday story. Somebody who really had a bad day. We begin their next. This is the Glenn Beck program. All right. What's the first thing you do when you get into a new car or into your car, you adjust seat? Right. Well who was sitting in my chair last week? Was sitting in my chair. The your your friend, Pat gray, Pat gray I spent about twenty minutes trying to readjust my chair, because he took my chair and adjusted. Six ways to Sunday. I don't I I came in here and I'm like what happened to my chair hit justed in ways. I didn't even know you could adjust it. But anyway, this chair is the best X chair. I it, it does just a million different ways to give you the perfect support that you need for either your home or work. We spend more time in our office chair than we do in bed, which says something about us really does it the were either sitting or sleeping most of our life. We are going to turn into those people. Like in what was it Wally? No, it was New Orleans volley overly fat. Yeah. Yeah. It's, it's one of those features I wish candidate would come out and say, what the future is Wally. Then I'd vote for that person because that sounds great. Around just gaining weight slob Emmys, not much different than my current life. Involved. Yeah. Yeah. Anyway, X chair for those who feel like they're living, the life of Wally, but you need a really comfortable chair this the best you'll ever sit in. It's eight four four four X.

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"ten twelve days" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"ten twelve days" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Keane? Reporting back to Brexit. I'm happy to say because we cross party talks have started again after the Easter break to forge a consensus Britain leaving the European Union. Now, the longer they go on the more likely it is that the UK will have to take part in the Sheffield European elections. EP's others new parties around as well. New Brexit party doing very, well, which is a head of the POS in the moment and an anti Brexit party as well politicians coming together for a new party change UK some surprising names, including the former deputy, prime minister of Poland yon Rostowski a short while ago and couldn't help by asking him if London voters wouldn't be a bit surprised if somebody turned up knocked on the door and said Hello, I'm Poland's former deputy prime minister, which led to vote for me. Then they will be surprised what I'm most hoping for is is to get. And the vice of Londoners and particularly the votes, but not only by any means of the eight hundred thousand ease live in London than who have a right to vote in these elections, if they registered by the seventh of may and the ten twelve days away, are you sort of campaigning for them to register as well as part of the campaign. Imagine very much of the campaign. This is for two reasons festival is the only chance they will have had any chance they will have to register that opposition because they couldn't find him. The referendum to register their opposition to this catastrophic Brexit and Secondly. Because if Britain state remains in the EU, which I think is actually becoming more likely by the day sometimes by the hour. They are going to need representation that understands them in the European parliament. You'll you'll you'll campaigning in London London is not the UK is quite like meet that many remains. But if you did that many Brexit is if you did what would you say, I would simply say that what has happened. So far has proved that they were sold snake point? They were smelled a vision of an easy, comfortable and successful Brexit. It's turned into an extremely difficult almost impossible. Involving. Incredibly complicated and difficult dilemmas. Part of that problem actually make Britain. Whatever happens, if Brexit is not reversed. The election is part of that problem, then lots of people are gonna say I've already voted on this. I don't wanna vote again, go away democracy, compass system, where people onto loud to change their mind. Fair democracies assistant when people can't onto loud to change their minds. Then it wouldn't be the least bad system that Churchill and your coaching. Winston Cheshire's will go down wherever you are. I'm sure Rostowski.

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"ten twelve days" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"ten twelve days" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"On the fan across the country. CBS sports network. So there's a couple of coffee places that are outside one across the street is Gregory's coffee, and then we had a Starbucks Gregory's coffee. Just sent me something on Twitter. So we gotta get you guys some coffee. I agree. And I'm like, that's great. We are in that'd be awesome. And they said send the address, and we'll send some stuff up to you. And I'm thinking you've got a location right across the street. I thought that's why you were tweeting us, then I'm like giving the address out, and I have like a Keith Hernandez moment where I'm thinking, maybe I should be giving any information out here. Now, I guess if we give the address to Gregory's coffee, it's a lot different than what Keith did. Right where he put his cell phone out on Twitter to someone named a yoga girl yoga girl who wanted to get him on a met. Right. So this is not the same thing. It's public information. WFAN them. Yeah. I could do that. But then it's like, do you think it's Gregory himself the Gregory coffee? I don't I think. So it is possible. I think it's very possible. All right. So I. Yeah. One I'll do is. I'll I'll follow him in. And that's probably the best way to Gregory. We also wouldn't mind some chocolate chip cookies. Oh, yes. They do have fun. Share many many pastries just did. I once went there a couple of months ago, and I ordered a chocolate chip cookie. And they said, we don't feel these up to our freshest standards. So you can have the rest of them free. Wow. Impressed by Gregory's golfing. You've got Starbucks downstairs Dunkin donuts a block away. Hiring. They're still there. And by the way to measure, how are you? Your internship this year by Coffey, internship, before the guys at four or five said, okay, I'll wants to come in. And no problem. It's right next to them and has the train station. Island now. How serious are used to house and get on the one go right into the Penn station. Take the train right out. The manhasset get off go there worked for about four hours to get the understandings that place the mad house, how many days would you say like ten twelve days he could do for like a real, internship and actually. You want to take a couple a couple of weeks off and stay out there. And then you could just go there and just work ten hour days. Just to see what it's all about. Like a vacation. Yeah. Use my vacation here to learn the coffee business, if you want to get into business, you Jerry wanna get into business. I think Jerry should be open at a top golf somewhere guy. Do too. Eight or nine years ago. Didn't you not a top golf, but you wanted to do like driving? Try your golf would be awesome. If you know some people to get rolling. Let's go I know investor's Bank banking in your best interest. Let's go. Here's the thing. What then I got to pay it back. If it doesn't work out. I'm looking for some private. Nice to pay somebody back so jor. And that's why you do it legally. And that's why you set it up. Right. And that's why the private investors legal. What are you talking? But I'm just saying, but you're gonna have to set up a whole partnership structure and everything like that. Go to the Bank. They the small banking retrenched help back the important stuff. I'm telling you don't want to do is there a specific pastry that you would like Al for me to request from Gregory's chocolate. Chip cookie. Gregory's coffee is going to send us over some stuff is specific pastry. Boomer anything? No, I'm fine. You're sure pm fine. Now's the time to take advantage of this come on a guy that likes to take advantage of things like that Jerry page. Good. Just the coffee. What's real? I mean, I'm willing to eat a pastry here. And I'm the one that's been off this stuff. While great while this weekend, you kind of I did through that. I. I you know, what big doughnut holes that I don't in two different sauces that we're had powdered sugar. So I saw someone order this, right? And it came in a paper bag, and it was a bunch of freshly fried doughnut holes like homemade in a paper bag that they throw the powdered sugar and they shake up, and then they give you a little fork and then to different dipping sauces. And I was like I'm sorry. Let's go. Let's go down. Yeah. It was. It was amazing. Nice thing though, he broke down. And then he decided so you know, what guess that. It was a nice day. I'm going to get on my bike. Yeah. I'll tell you about that later, and it was not pretty good for the five boroughs bike tour. Again, that's may sixth. I'm sorry that soon. Yeah, that's perfect. You finished code. They mile loaded. All right,.

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"ten twelve days" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"ten twelve days" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Here in our broadcast booth. Thanks coach, Jim we'll talk to you before the game against great. Final score, depaul seventy seventy-four Xavier musketeers, sixty two. Timeline. Tonight's Kroger star the game in an is nausea Marshall twenty two points, four rebounds. He hit he had. He did fell out of the game. We also have four sist- a block in at thirty six minutes. Play tonight's Kroger. Star of the game is brought to you by Kroger. Stop by your neighborhood. Kroger today, you'll find grow food at low prices throughout the store you made an observation late in the ball game. Marshall had committed a foul to Paul at the free throw line Marshall across the way from his face in our broadcast position was pulling on both of his pant legs get he looked at Dawson time. You you you mentioned that and from that standpoint from that point on know that he scored again Xavier could use a little bit of bench. But those turnovers at the end is coach said they've got to find a way to eliminate those calls these game you go back to the Marquette game here about what ten twelve days ago, and they had a similar situation they hit three consecutive turnovers when they hit a chance to take the lead or perhaps win that ballgame. And today was a replay that Joe I really think it's directly related to. Guys plan a lot of minutes. There's a lot of pressure one to stop the the the law losing streak to to make a play while they're tired. And that's when you make your mistakes when you're tired, and we see that this this recurring theme where Xavier's turnovers they're good for the first half. And then as the gang goes on it gets tight guys get tired, and they start making mistakes, the innate more out of your bitch. Joel two points off the bench. I mean, you guys you have guys out there that that they're not guarding. You know, Kyle Kathleen. You know, he has to earn more playing time. He's gotta be willing to take shot. He he passed up five or six open looks. And then at the end of the shot clock. Quaint good has the ball with four seconds to go on the shot clock. And he's got a fire up.

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"ten twelve days" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"ten twelve days" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"So you can't completely detach yourself from now. But I I have to be able to put it away to actually use software programs that disconnect my devices from the internet to prevent because I don't trust myself as great I love that. That's you know, that's that's a great way to to program like a a habit into your day that you don't have to think about certain time, whatever seven eight nine o'clock night, your wifi goes off, right? Yeah. Because it's it goes back to that issue of living intentionally or living reactively are you living in defense mode. Where you're responding and reacting to things like a pinball machine. Or are you being mindful and intentional about what it is at your trying to create an achiever and that demands quietude, and that quietude requires that, you cut yourself off from what's really just distraction and static noise. No. By the way. I think you've gotten really really good that because I've written a couple of emails over the past couple of years. That I've gone those for hey, rich. What's up just thinking about you? I send in one second. It's like. If you're getting this Email, I'm buried under books. Trying to catch up to like seven thousand emails, I probably will get back to us. Good luck piece and plants. Off. I think I'm going to turn it back on. I mean, Email is like I can't even my inboxes disaster. And now text messaging has become the new the new Email and then for my team on the show we have slack. So it's like you're getting pinged like constantly from all these different platforms like all day long, and I can feel my executive like ratchet up, and it's like I got to take control of this. No. And with worst is that I think people have become conditioned to because it started off as something fun. Like, hey, and I expect you immediately go, hey, you know, because I know you guided or you know, I got an it's an it creates a lot of people creates a lot of anxiety. This is like somebody doesn't get back riding back to meeting into it happened read into it. And I'm like man, just stop. I know for a second like believe that maybe they're busy or they're not feeling. Well, they got something going on or they saw it forgot how many times has happen that you open text message, and you're like about to respond because you you have the time. Right. That second something happens. And you forget, and then you ten more text messages come in. And you don't see that freshman that you opened. And it's just it's it's on it's gone. I just had this. Julia night. I'm never can't you Mark. A text message unread because all read it. I'll be like I don't have the answer to that. Right. Yeah. I don't. Yeah. Then it just twenty more text come in. And I'm like, well, that's never do. But it's on purpose. Right. So that we stay connected to it. We catch. You haven't figured that out at apple can't Anita. I would love to be. And then you get to the point where you're like scrolling to make sure you didn't forget vent. Someone the text. Mrs just just two months is this real. And then you can't live your you can't really live intentionally to your point you'll having right act. Actively you're not you're not you can't sit at home with your kids, and you can have dinner with Julie. Because you're wondering that I miss something that all be running out running, and then something will ping into my head like, oh, some guy I didn't text back from like ten twelve days ago. And then I'll have all the things -iety like oh my God. And get back to you picked Marco. You still go texted me like ago responding, Mike? I'm such terrible human being, you know. I think that we all have to understand that we all live in that same space and we're sharing the same devices. And it's about just again. It's just practicing ivytech someone they don't text me back, whatever they're busy. No big deal. The I think the worst is like WhatsApp because you get to see the check marks and people immediately know that you're online that you saw their texts didn't know that..

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"ten twelve days" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"ten twelve days" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Threw an interception overtime, Sean. I just want to let you know that we blew the call is not even that it's the first downplay throat on the first downplayed in trying to get them to use both of their or their their final timeouts left and run it. They're running the second down run on third down kick the field goal. They have no timeouts left in probably about forty two seconds to try to tie the game. Now, they may have still tied the game. Yeah. But this third down call should have never even been play. If they would have done the right thing at the beginning. But then. Again, you could argue that if the play would have been called correctly. Then the Rams would have never gotten wall back and the other thing too with the fans is the fact that Robey Coleman was fine for a helmet-to-helmet hit that rose not called right? So there's more frustration there. Here's one of the thing with Goodell talking about technology. I guess replaying all that technology is not going to solve all those issues. The game is not officiated by robots. It's not it's not going to be. But I would like it to be. Maybe in baseball jerseys. You could definitely get you could definitely get the robot baseball umpires, but football's too much. I mean, they, you know. You gotta think they've got a robot here that looks exactly like your sister. I. Already news time. So I go completely deaf. What does she look like, Al? Here's large-breasted robot. Alright. Be interesting calling a football game. So you have that skip ahead one Mike to Sean Payton, he spoke talking about what it's been like for the last ten twelve days much, like normal people. I sat probably didn't come out of my roommate Jenny's ice cream.

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"ten twelve days" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"ten twelve days" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

"It in like Winnipeg tonight, plus dollar sixty coming off a loss in Philadelphia and people get the number and Boston's a good team numbers inflated when it plays playing back to back nights. Well, Philly to Boston's another hop. I mean, the swimming they got in easily. That's another burger, but the fact that the playing back to back nights in this, particular instance, and I love the fact that they're coming off a loss. The Winnipeg to me has the edge because they got a game under their belt. I mean, they're there to a degree refreshed. They're passing should be better. I think they'll have a stone in their shoe that they lost the game last night there in a battle with national. I everything you said makes sense. I I think the numbers over inflated for that reason. But I think in a weird way they got backwards in this one, particular instance, I do like win tonight. This is one where the price did change when Connor Jala? Buck was announced as the starter. So there is that kind of driving the market here a little bit as well. But still you said I mean, I think being able to knock off that Russ get a game, you know, these guys, and I've talked about this a lot in terms of circadian rhythm and body clocks, and what these athletes are like these guys are used to travelling. They're used to being out there on the road playing four and six four and seven stuff like that. I think it helps to return to that level of normalcy, which brings me to the rest of the week here. Brian we've got a lot of games on Friday and even some on Saturday of teams that won't have played for ten twelve days. What are you doing a situation like that? We're both teams are on equal footing. Not having played for a while. Yeah. I haven't gotten the Friday yet. But I you know, I would look at them. You know, specifically, the goaltenders I would think it would have. I think the thing that suffers the most Adam is passing and to a degree. Maybe the Philly Winnipeg game in New Jersey and Pittsburgh. That's the way they play. I mean, they came out and six three was the final scores. So, you know, I think it's still comes down to silence thickly, you know, was the match up in and I wouldn't over read too much into it. But maybe if anything I would just say caution because it's kind of a quirk that, you know, if you did anything, maybe go lightly there, the one thing I would say to the NHL credit it again, we're back to Winnipeg same tonight when they implemented the ball the break, they I don't know what the teams that was like a five day break. A lot of people don't believe. Well, we're sitting here is an ATM machine. You were just stayed in the team that was coming off the break, and in many instances, they were playing teams that had been playing at least now as you know, like the sabres are off like all of the sabers closely. They've been off forever. They come back tonight Columbus here in Vegas. We follow closely. They continue to be off. And they don't return the Friday. So buffalo had their breaks that lead into the all star break Vegas had their the all break that late into the break. But they've level the playing field now to the point where teams are playing teams for the most part that are coming off a bye. So the playing field is level in that instance, the negative tonight for Winnipeg is that they played last night. But is it a negative? Actually, I think it's a positive but the league done a better job of trying to level the playing field for teams coming off the bye for all. The reasons you stayed. Yeah. That buffalo Columbus game tonight. Buffalo hasn't played since January eighteenth Columbus, doesn't it's January nineteenth buffalo plays Wednesday night at Dallas. That's another.

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"ten twelve days" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"ten twelve days" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Under a lot of pressure to get product to market period. Don paragraph. That's the way it works. And they have to do it. Or somebody else is going to get the job. It has to be an ex location by Y time period. And so you need to know those things but badges covered a very important point. Because usually the scenario goes like something wh-, what were the hours of the driver? They start with seven o'clock. No, no, no. What what did he do before seven hundred? They say that's not relevant yesterday's relevant. Yes. It's discoverable. Yes. We want the information. If he was loading the the load for three hours many times where he. Picks up the low those people are responsible for loading loud. You'd like to know that many times it's truck drivers responsible for loading the load that goes to load distribution that goes to the federal motor carrier safety rules and regulations that goes to a violation that may be the underlying cause weather's truck crash happened that combined with fatigues sleeping pills. So these these drivers have to be investigated but back to this boy relation of evidence. So we always write a letter a very detailed letter to all trucking companies and drivers indicating that we want this evidence preserved. We'd want anything spoil. We don't want anything destroyed, and if they destroy it, then you get to file motions in court, which to give you the inferences in your favorite injured victims favor and against the driver against the trucking company. And that's very very important. One evidence is gone. The trucking companies very blatant about it. And they're they're very open and blatant about the fact of if their truck is been involved in a crash in it's caught in it's been damaged. They want that truck back on the road. That's it. They will tell you while you're y you the individual who've been hurt in or family. Members of the person has been hurt are still grieving over. The fact they're in the hospital trying to recover from injuries or they've got terrible head injuries. Are there in a coma? They're sitting there laying in the hospital, and they've been there for eight ten twelve days of of being unconscious in the coma. Waiting to see how they're going to come out with brain bleeds in in in severe injuries the rest of their body. The trucking companies looking saying how fast can we get this truck back on the road and start making money with it? They're not waiting. So you need to get somebody down there to see what's going on with that truck. Because believe me, they're not gonna wait if they don't have to wait once they get their side in their slant on the evidence in once they get their. Clear from the from the lawyers in front of the investigators in from the team that they've had working on this, and they are ready to go. They're going to go get that truck fixed. If you're not stopping them. They're gonna get whatever dense and bangs.

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"ten twelve days" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"ten twelve days" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"But I think the the the point is well made to upload them in the show notes that were two articles in the New York Times one December nineteenth one just a ten ten twelve days ago. January seventh about how Democrats in the Doug Jones ROY Moore race in Alabama used the same kind of trolling tactics on social media, and one of the techniques that they as the Russians have done right that they deliberately have copied the Russia Trump playbook, which is terrifying. We could talk about on a later episode. Whether you know, whether the Democrats should play his dirty as as the Republicans. I I think I know where you come out on that Thomas, but but one of the strategic elements that they did in the Jones race was there were Democrats that posed as conservatives on social media and tried to get other conservatives to vote for the right in third party candidate MAC Watson instead of for ROY Moore. Ooh, that's so close. The blink box. Similar? We know that the Russians did the same thing encouraging liberals to stay home or to right in order to protest vote for Bernie Sanders. Right. And I would humbly suggest to Jill Stein voter. And this is my last thing again, we lose patrons every time I do this. But I feel very strongly. If your technique of sending a message is indistinguishable from what the other side wants you to do to screw up the election, right from what Russian troll farms are trying to get you to do or for our maga- red hat or fan for what covert democratic operatives were trying to do to disrupt conservatives, right like if if that's if your message is indistinguishable from what causes your opponents to squeal with delight as the best possible outcome, if you're if you're the apple trees in wizard of Oz. And the other side is I sure hope you don't throw any of those delicious apples over here to send a message to us about how awful we are. And then you start throwing the Apple's like maybe question your motive. Yeah. Like the motives of anyway as a weird comparison. But it's like I like. That. Yeah. No. That's exactly what it's like. So it's like the apple tree being like, I'm going to send a message to the tin man by throwing this apple and then like, meanwhile, the Russians like, yeah, we're trying to get them to throw it. Thank you. And add look. The response. We're going to get to this are the people who say, well, I just in principle, you know, need a candidate who inspires me, or whatever I want you to understand from a public perception right from from my position as the co host of opening arguments, I can and I try to reach out to voters in particular. There's a left leaning show. We have a lot of liberal voter liberal voters who are part of our audience, I can do that. So I can put my plan into action, which is to say you as a democrat should fight hard in the primary for the candidate of your choice, and then you should line up behind that candidate in the general election, and and put a pin in that. Because I wanna speak specifically to that in a second. I can't do the thing that the Jill Stein voters want me to do. Right. Like, they say, oh, well, you know, if the Democratic Party would change its nomination process and only give me a candidate. It's further left and inspires me. And blah, like, look, I can't do that. Right. Like. So the only thing I can do to try and make this country better. Well, and side note, the DNC is changing a ton of their processes in their getting rid of a lot of super delegates doing stuff along those lines. But yet it which by the way is a terrible strategic thing. Right. Like, look, I I've mentioned this on the this is another side, you know, rabbit trail..

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"ten twelve days" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"ten twelve days" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Ninety. Okay. Well, first thing you want to know is that the hot flashes are the result of your progesterone declining. And usually it'll be climbed to one one hundred twentieth of normal and that happens usually ten years or more before menopause. So you're right in that zone. So when that happens, the normal antagonism to your estrogen is no longer present. And so now the estrogen has to be broken down at the liver. And if you were is loaded with oils in junk it can't do the job and then you go to hot flashes. So those two things you can do you can have immediate relief which America always loves, and you could get the nature you can get jumping on. Progesterone cream recall? A gesture own cream, and this will be a nice clean. No, weird chemicals. No mineral oil, no junk and you'll just use a quarter teaspoon on the face and neck. And you will use this morning and night for two months, but not on days of Memphis. And thereafter. You'll use AM only. Okay. Now within a few days. You don't have a hot flash a game. Now, if you don't want to do that or of the some unusual cancer risk in your family. Although I think this is very safe. You can jump on fem gold. It can do the exact same thing about three. But it'll be slower you'll need three or four capsules ino- you'll need four or five capsules and you will have to wait about ten twelve days. And then it'll kick in so it's a slower. But again, what it's doing is antagonizing the the estrogen my suggestion for the long term solution, which will take thirty to ninety days is going to biofuel diet. It'll help you to get to your ideal weight because when you lose progesterone typically you sign up for twenty eight pound weight gain. And so we put those back. Again. And now, it makes it very easy for us to get back to ideal weight, and it will give you a liver that can conjugate that as Trajan all day long without any help off from my other.

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