35 Burst results for "Thirteen Months"

America's Children Are Being Developmentally Stunted by Virus Restrictions

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:43 min | Last month

America's Children Are Being Developmentally Stunted by Virus Restrictions

"I had dinner and somebody said i a thirteen month year old granddaughter and she is suffering from something called stranger danger which is a psychological problem that children are now experiencing and they were experiencing before but at record rates because of the lockdowns now. The stranger danger syndrome for babies is that they do not want to be held. They do not want to be around other people. It's called stranger anxiety. Now this this this exists that far before lockdowns but talking to some doctors last evening they are seeing record amounts of young babies and children kobe. Babies they're calling them that are having difficulty interacting with other children because they've been quarantined forcibly masked and their entire childhood development has been stunted. Now there's been a lot of research and a lot of scholarship and study in the power of the first eighteen months of how it could impact the rest of a child's life and especially from eighteen months to five years masking children forcibly we'll have long term effects socially spiritually and psychologically for a virus that does not pose a significant risk of killing them.

The Life of Anna Leonowens

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:31 min | Last month

The Life of Anna Leonowens

"Anna leeann. Owens was born and harriet. Emma edwards in india in november of eighteen. Thirty one anna came from a mixed race family. Her father sergeant. Thomas edwards was english. Her mother mary. Ann glass scott was the daughter of an anglo indian. Marriage on anna was just three months old. Her father died and her mother remarried an irish catholic corporal named patrick donahue as a result of patrick's unit assignments. The family moved frequently but eventually settled on a city on the western coast of india in eighteen. Forty one some of anna's childhood remains murky anna and her older sister elisa attended the bombay education society's girls school which was known for admitting mixed race daughters of deceased or absent military fathers but in her memoirs and i wrote that after her father died and she and allies were sent to boarding school in england and returned to india as teenagers. Whichever's true it's clear that animator purposeful effort to hide her ethnic background and lower social class on christmas day of eighteen. Forty nine anna married private. Thomas leinen owens who was an army paymasters clerk from ireland. On the marriage license thomas combined his middle and last names making them the liens after her marriage anna cut off all ties to her family. In india in december of eighteen fifty anna gave birth to a daughter selena but the baby only survived for seventeen months in eighteen fifty. Two and thomas emigrated to australia while on the boat. Their son thomas was born tragedy struck again and baby. Thomas died at the age of thirteen months during their four years in australia. Anna and thomas had two more children. A daughter named avis in eighteen. Fifty four and a son named luis eighteen fifty six the following year in april of eighteen. Fifty seven the family moved to malaysia. Where thomas found work as a hotel keeper. He died suddenly two years later. Anna was left alone with very little money and two small

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A Look Into the Childhood of Convicted Killer Christopher Vaughn

Murder in Oregon

01:58 min | 3 months ago

A Look Into the Childhood of Convicted Killer Christopher Vaughn

"During his trial. Christopher vaughn was portrayed by the prosecution as a fairly monstrous person a selfish emotionless man who thought nothing of murdering his wife and three children but that depiction is at odds with the chris the people closest to him claim to know as we start to unpack this case. It's important to understand who von was according to those who have known him for life for more than thirty years before christopher vaughn was a headline villain and later convicted killer. He was a son and a brother. The eldest of three chris's creative minds set him apart early on. Here's his brother eric. The younger by thirteen months. I am definitely a middle child. Which in my near my definition is theater and the the mood lifter. Chris is always been having a head of iraq. he's the brains of the three of us. It's helped little brother older but he would always be curious on technologies. And i took apart. My parents can pick first computer and ended up blowing which was not a good deal He was always curious as to how things work. And stuff like that being. So close in age eric in chris were excited about the prospect of having a younger sibling but only a brother. Here's their dad. Pierre there was a tie in to that when we were living in indiana out gail was pregnant. Bad boys huddled in a room for all morning and they come out. They told gail they said yeah. We decided you need to have another boy because we really don't want a girl if we have girl will have centreback three and four years old so that was pretty cute

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Baffert Suspended 2 Years After Medina Spirit Drug Test Confirmed

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 5 months ago

Baffert Suspended 2 Years After Medina Spirit Drug Test Confirmed

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting trainer Bob Baffert is suspended for two years after Medina spirits failed post Kentucky Derby drug test is confirmed Churchill Downs has suspended veteran trainer Bob Baffert for two years after a second test confirmed the presence of a banned steroid in Kentucky Derby winner Medina spirit system Baffert is barred from entering any horses in the Kentucky Derby or other races at Churchill Downs through the spring of twenty twenty three additionally Churchill Downs says it reserves the right to extend Baffert suspension if he runs afoul of rules in other states Baffert has had five violations in the past thirteen months the Kentucky horse racing commission's investigation is ongoing and with visa spirits Kentucky Derby win could still be stripped if that happens runner up mandolin would be elevated as the winner of the may first Kentucky Derby hi Mike Rossio

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New York Suspends Bob Baffert Pending Kentucky Derby Probe

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

New York Suspends Bob Baffert Pending Kentucky Derby Probe

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting New York suspends Bob Baffert pending the outcome of the Kentucky Derby probe trainer Bob Baffert has been suspended by the New York racing association pending the outcome of an investigation into Kentucky Derby winner Medina spirits failed post race drug test the N. Y. R. race decision means Baffert is barred from entering or stabling horses at New York racetracks the band includes Belmont Park for the Belmont Stakes will be run on June fifth the Dino spirit tested positive for the steroid betamethasone after winning the Kentucky Derby it was the fifth violation for Baffert trained horses involving impermissible levels of medication over the past thirteen months we need a spirit finished third in Saturday's Preakness Stakes hi Mike Rossio

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Americans Set Another Pandemic-Era Record for Air Travel

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

Americans Set Another Pandemic-Era Record for Air Travel

"Americans are increasingly flying pandemic direct air travel hit a record Friday and then another yesterday the TSA says slightly more than one point seven million people went through airport checkpoints Sunday the most since March twenty twenty air travel has been slowly rising since bottoming out thirteen months ago but remains far below pre pandemic levels yesterday's count was down twenty nine percent from the comparable Sunday two years ago airlines say most passengers flying now are leisure travelers staying within the US Sager mag ani Washington

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Disneyland Reopening Marks California's COVID-19 Turnaround

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 6 months ago

Disneyland Reopening Marks California's COVID-19 Turnaround

"I'm Julie Walker another sign things are getting back to a new normal Disneyland in California has now re opened it's the first weekend for the theme park which swung open its gates Friday for locals and Allison Stanger could not wait to get here at six AM but they let people in early so that was nice along with Mickey Mouse ears guests wore masks that will reminded about strict code protocols I love the guys here six thank you so much for that many feeling like Carly Anderson who came with her kids excited to see things up and running again we miss we miss it a lot Disney land was closed for thirteen months which hit Lucy bell heart was really rough she's an annual pass holder this is a happy place it's a very magical and being a disease it's like you forget about all your problems it is live the moment theme parks were among the last California businesses allowed to reopen in contrast to states with fewer restrictions I'm Julie Walker

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US Closes in on 100 Million Americans Fully Vaccinated

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 6 months ago

US Closes in on 100 Million Americans Fully Vaccinated

"From coast to coast the nation is showing signs of a pandemic rebound as it approaches of vaccination milestone in New York City which mayor bill de Blasio says will be fully open by July first this is going to be the summer of New York City and southern California where Disneyland reopened today for the first time in thirteen months in Atlanta the CDC says new virus cases hospitalizations and deaths have all dropped again the White House says nearly one hundred million Americans are now fully vaccinated with either the single Johnson and Johnson jab war both shots of the Fizer and but during a vaccine make sure you get that second dose Dr Anthony Fauci says about eight percent of those who got the first have not come back for another Sager make ani Washington

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COVID-19 Blamed for Large Increase in US Deaths

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

COVID-19 Blamed for Large Increase in US Deaths

"The number of deaths in the U. S. grew sharply from January twenty twenty two February of this year due mostly to the corona virus pandemic new government data quantifies the increase in deaths in the US over a thirteen month span ending February twenty seventh of this year it shows the country saw about six hundred thousand more deaths than usual with Kobe nineteen being the major cause of the increase while covert related deaths were about seventy five percent of the total the CDC also noted a record high spike in overdose deaths as well eighty seven thousand deaths reported over a twelve month period ending in September of last year that's a twenty nine percent increase in overdoses compared to the prior year I'm Jackie Quinn

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What did the pandemic do to our social media use?

The Big Story

02:16 min | 6 months ago

What did the pandemic do to our social media use?

"I begin with a confession. I love social media especially twitter. I spend a ton of time on it. It has brought me great joy and new friendships and all of the stuff that goes into funding requests. And ipo's when these companies are trying to make some cash and during the pandemic. I've spent even more time on twitter. Obviously a now. I kind of hate it. I love and respect the doctors and reporters who tweet out. Vital information on cove nineteen everyday. I hate that. I know exactly when every day they'll do that and that i will see it and i will feel a little bit worse. I love our listeners. Who respond to us. Thoughtfully to talk about our episodes. Were our guests or why. My delivery is so slow but also i just cannot deal anymore with the people in our mentions who don't even believe the pandemic exists. All of that is a long way to say that today. I hate twitter. But ask me tomorrow and i am sure there is a social media platform that you feel not exact way about over the last year for obvious reasons spending the past thirteen months and counting without real in-person friends. Social media has been a lifeline for millions of us being where we go to commiserate to mourn to be scared but also to celebrate every little victory and that experience has put a magnifying glass on social media the benefits greater than we might have thought the annoyances the hate even more so so what has our time on social media this year done to us. How has the past year changed our experience with these platforms. Is it now a more vital tool and even more racist hellscape is it a virtual community or is it where we go to stand in judgment on one another. And why is tick tock the only one of these platforms. Everybody enjoys

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Florida sues federal government to allow cruises to sail

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

Florida sues federal government to allow cruises to sail

"Florida is suing the federal government demanding cruise ships be allowed to start sailing immediately the CDC shut down sailing thirteen months ago after several virus outbreaks were tied to ships worldwide Florida is America's cruise capital governor Ron DeSantis says the industry generates billions for the economy and employs tens of thousands we don't believe the federal government has the right to mothball a major industry for over a year based on very little evidence in very little data CDC last week issued new guidelines for companies on how to respond in the event of virus cases but so far has kept the no sale order in place Sager made Ghani Washington

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Are Markets Complacent on COVID-19?

CNBC's Fast Money

02:39 min | 7 months ago

Are Markets Complacent on COVID-19?

"This is spring break in south florida. People packing the streets things getting so out of hand. Miami beach declaring a state of emergency enforcing curfews and restrictions to limit the partying and crowds. All this as cova cases are back on the rise in more than half of the country. Twenty seven states reporting a jump in new case counts new jersey causing any further reopenings and over in europe. Germany and england extending their lockdowns poland parts of france other european countries are introducing new measures to curb the outbreak. So the question tonight is the market ignoring covid risks. Taking its eye off the ball. Just plano getting too bullish guy. What do you say obviously hailed the we everything through the prism of the market right. So i it's important. Make it clear that we don't want to see anybody getting sick. We understand what's happened over the last few. I think it's important to say that people can slice and dice. These are comments however they want with that said in a perverse way. I think this actually might be bullish for the market. Why because maybe it will slow down the move in bond yields maybe people will reinforce your belief that the fed is going to be there regardless and by the way we've been through this before in the markets learn how to deal with it so of all the things that i'm concerned about in the market and they're many this isn't at the top of my list and it clearly isn't it. The market's either being that the vix closed below nineteen today for the first time in probably thirteen months. Yeah timmy brought up the vix beam below twenty earlier on a call today. Why just extraordinary so a year ago. And we're going to do all these look backs and we're gonna have a great segment on what you'd want to invest in a year later but you know the vix was seventy five a year ago today and guys bringing up great points about fear. His is inspired unprecedent policy response and so the fear of removing unprecedented policy responses. What had the market's having anxiety. What gives me anxiety is that you get to a place where the the the year of mulligans that we had which was then on twenty twenty and twenty twenty. One earnings is something that you're going to have to address by the time we get to mid year and i think we will have to unless you slow down the pace so everything guide caveated this. We care about the world's health a lot more that we care about the stock market. I do think you have a case here where the market is is going to be fine with bond yields coming down. Because there's there's more fear of less opening. And i think unfortunately that's just the market. We're in but again i. I am not worried about the environment if anything i do see seven percent. Gdp growth and a labor market. That's four and a half percent. Those are the feds numbers by the end of this year. That's going to be very very strong backdrop to me for stocks. Let's just hope. It's not too

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Roger Federer's back, briefly

The Tennis Podcast

05:45 min | 8 months ago

Roger Federer's back, briefly

"Hello folks woke until mid week tennis. Podcast a podcast. That was very nearly recorded on wednesday evening. Following roger federer's first much back after fourteen month hiatus at three win over. Brit dan evans. How different might that. Podcast have sounded. Had it been recorded yesterday versus being recorded now of to his three-set loss to nikoloz bassett villi. That is the punchy question that i put to you. David law and matt. Roberts whoever wants to take it. I think i should say that. It's because of matt. Roberts said we're recording it now and not if i had my way which was last night because i was a bit ivory excited to just get chatted. We've been so overexcited that it would now be out of date. How how different need. I think what i'm getting at is different. Do we feel about wherever resort. And what he's capable of off the two matches than we did after one arm in a similar place but matt watched both matches more closely. So i'm going to defer to matt. Hospital pass might enjoy. I think yesterday we would have been extremely positive about federer. And i think today we probably should still be positive about federal because federer is being positive about federal and i think we should take him at his word and agree that this has been a good week for him. He gained the matches that he wanted. He felt pretty good on the court. Arise maybe didn't always align with that viewpoint today There was there was a moment in his match today where his movement did really stop almost altogether and it was quite difficult to watch at times. But i think that's a difficult thing to do to have tempered. Expectations of roger federer. But it's absolutely what we need to have and he's upbeat. He said he's already over. It flew into his press conference after the loss. Today said he's over. It is positive generally and therefore i think we probably should be as well but we certainly have a lot more data to go on now that we've seen him play this match as opposed to just one match against evans because they two totally different matches for him and we'll talk about both of them he. He was asked Today as he said my in that very immediate post loss press conference i how. How long will this take to get over this loss. Read compared to previous losses similar level tournaments similar. Sages at already over. It sounding like you know when you've been broken up with an ally. I'm completely fine. I'm completely fine. he was. He wasn't right for me anyway. I never wanted to win this tournament. It wasn't it wasn't dubai is going to be better in dubai but and yet it also as you say. We should believe him me. You know what. I d believe him i he. We should probably feel fine about it could kiss. He feels fine about it. David yeah a. I would say that occasionally impress coinc- he said everything's fine and then isn't fine line a back problem or something like that. But i thought when he came out yesterday and play his match against down evans that he started off playing very carefully moving very carefully. He wasn't explosive he was he was balanced. He was good. He looked serene the way often does and he was striking the ball very well but i just felt like he was inevitably be very careful. And that changes. The match tone in evans pushed him in. They played they played good close competitive match But and at the end federal showing some real explosive tennis in some and he was getting Any any finished with a winning. So i thought that was really really good but there was a euphoria about him yesterday. Which was all build apple. High pulled a chats. He was excited. Because he's he's like a little kid in a sweetshop isn't even. He's playing tennis and when the is on him he loves it. He loves it. He's always has but today. I mean i didn't see all of the match because i was watching. Arena against gubbay mcgruder. And i left federal watch to you both but then when that finished i turned over and i was less alarmed than i thought i would be given what i was reading on twitter. And what what i was just hearing generally because i think he was fife on down listening in the second set maybe even lose that set six one zero six to eight yeah and it was definitely the latter stages if that second set would definitely sort of hidden hope connor by a around about that time. I did actually have a little chat. we don evans on. What's up. 'cause he was watching the match he was watching the match back and he said of course he's of course he's naked and we play hard much the night before and he's he's any she referenced the kind of all of the check before the match and before the tournament ties you out and you hit you hit a bit of a wall in and it's not really surprising. The blacks thirty nine. He's going to be forty later this year. He's hasn't played for thirteen months. And now he's played six sets in twenty four

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Deciding When/If To Have A Baby

Parenting: Difficult Conversations

02:37 min | 8 months ago

Deciding When/If To Have A Baby

"Let's start with writer and journalist nell brazelle. She's the author of the new book. The panic years. This isn't enough to me of my own panic is we asked her to read a passage from it because it sums up so much for those book. She says isn't a guide. Do finding the right partner or how to get pregnant or the best way to raise a child. It's about what happens. When you're heading towards the grownup cutlery and matching sheets have adult life and wondering if you should have a baby if you only want one because you brought up to one or if you've ever been able to have one if you tried is trying to establish a career before you disappear into maternity. Leave is about wanting stability. While your friendship groups splinters into the parents and the not parents. It's not just looking for a boyfriend or girlfriend potential parent for your theoretical child. It's about fertility. Gender inequality and social stigma is about. Why you find yourself doing the panicked math. The diff you meet someone and you date for a year and if it takes two years to get pregnant but if you were to aim for this job if you're period started at thirteen months eggs ran out at forty until suddenly. You're not doing math anymore. But asking something bold and blank and unending who am i and what do i want from life so all of that is take away one. Ask yourself what you really want. Inner book for zell explores the questions. She says that she and many other people especially women have asked themselves while making this crucial life decision. Brazil says you have to start by digging deep into your feelings to be absolutely honest about what you want in. The world is terrifying. Because you open yourself to the disappointment that you're not gonna get it and david men who describes herself as a motherhood clarity mentor and is a licensed marriage and family therapist says that process can leave people feeling muddled as they tried to think and feel their way through. I think the biggest obstacle for everyone no matter their circumstance is that when they're trying figure out what they want with their desire is about becoming a parent and what they're going to do about it at the same time. It creates gridlock in their mind. Now for says working through. That gridlock is uncomfortable but necessary. If you want to see if you admit to someone that you that there is something that is burningly important. You then have to confront the fact that not getting it will make you desperately sad bont without admitting what you want how on earth you ever gonna get it. And how is anyone else ever going to help you achieve.

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Trump on verge of 2nd impeachment after Capitol siege

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 10 months ago

Trump on verge of 2nd impeachment after Capitol siege

"The house is on the verge of impeaching president trump again accusing him of encouraging loyalists to storm the capitol in extraordinary day on the house floor unfolded a week after the deadly riot and a week before the president's due to leave office Jim McGovern and Democrats blame him for inciting insurrection we are debating this historic measure that an actual crime scene and we wouldn't be here if it weren't for the president of United States the debate opened under heavy security with National Guard troops among those outside the capital Republican Tom Cole says what the nation needs as a path to unity not another impeachment I can think of no action the house could take is more likely to further divide him the American people no Republicans voted to impeach the president thirteen months ago but several say they will join Democrats today in voting to make him the first chief executive impeached twice Sager made Donnie Washington

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Hong Kong jails 3 prominent young pro-democracy activists

The World and Everything In It

01:04 min | 11 months ago

Hong Kong jails 3 prominent young pro-democracy activists

"In hong kong. The government's now under the thumb of beijing is locking up pro democracy activists for speaking out. That as china continues. Its crackdown on liberties in what used to be a semi independent territory. World's kristen flavin has more activist joshua wong. We'll spend the next thirteen months in a prison cell after protesting police brutality. Last year outside a police station the government also sentenced activist ivan. Lamb to seven months behind bars and another agnes chow received a ten month sentence. Authorities arrested the three activists last month. A magistrate said the trio called on protesters to besiege the police headquarters and undermined law enforcement during the rally which drew thousands of people the activists to the defunct demo sisto political party and helped to draw global economy to hong kong's crackdown on dissent. Hong kong officials have arrested at least thirty one people under china's new so-called national security law which beijing imposed on the territory in june

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Keep Selling in the Midst of COVID19

Accelerate Your Business Growth

06:04 min | 1 year ago

Keep Selling in the Midst of COVID19

"The years, the accelerate your business growth podcast has gained recognition as a great resource for small business owners, sales, professionals, entrepreneurs. Business leaders of all kinds, and that is because of the gas. These are folks who have expertise in particular areas of business and they join me for a conversation where they share that expertise with all of you. Today is no different. My guest today is Chris O.. Rien. Iger Chris Started Small Business Silver lining with a mission to help small businesses become more profitable and sustainable. She created the slap methodology, the silver lining action plan a thirteen month growth program, which is technology enabled data driven and based in behavior change science. Helping Small Business Owners developed the right habits and take the right actions to grow their business. Just regularly writes speaks and advises on small businesses. Thanks so much for joining me today. Christa. Thank you so much for having me. I'm so glad to be here. I am thrilled to have you here and we're going to be talking about. Selling through this whole Cova pandemic fan. which I think is something. So many small business owners are struggling with or have been struggling with of the past couple of months. And my first question for you is, would you talk some about? selling in a recession. People I think are afraid to sell Wen bad times but but I mean I think you believe it's possible. I. Believe it's possible. But what does that? What do you think? What does that? What like? Yeah listen I think. So, a couple of things number one is. It can't be sort of overstated how significant the disruption has been in twenty twenty for small business owners. I. Mean You if you're a small business owner listening and you feel tired and exhausted and worried. You know you're. Not Alone and this has been a really hard year. So you know I just you know I always wanted knowledge sort of the emotional reality of this moment because for many people are self included, right? You see your revenue go down a significant amount literally overnight no doing of your own and it's ridiculously stressful and so that is that is very real and we see that in. Almost all of our customers now with also true the silver lining. No Pun intended. Is that you know yes, we've watched all of our small businesses, their revenue go down things have gotten hard. It's also true that not one of our small businesses has out of business and the reason I think that's true. I is three things and this this goes to answer your question Diane the first. Is having a resilient mindset and we can talk about this more. But I in before Cova I talked a lot about mindset and how I thought the trick to sales and the trick to revenue really started with mindset. And I see that you know a million times more today than I. Did you know six months ago and so strong mindset staying positive? Not becoming a victim to the moment. But you know staying in control seeing all of this crisis as both risk and opportunity, and just choosing to believe that we will be okay you know and again there's a million things we could say about that. But that's number one and number two is getting really creative and adaptable. Now creative and adaptable does not mean that we start you know running around like chickens with their heads cut off. And getting really unfocused and getting you know really chaotic and throwing out what we originally did and try to start something brand new. But it means that there is always a new way to do what we do. There is always a new way to innovate. Even in my business journey, we used to be sort of consulting and training business and we've completely innovated how we do what we do, and now you know were software as a service company. But what we do have ultimately stayed the same and who serve stayed the same. But how we do it has innovated entirely, and so this is a moment where. Business, owners have an opportunity not to throw out what they do and not to throat who they do it for, but to actually get creative into innovate how they do what they do and the business owners that is seized sort of succeeding the most haven't been resistant to that adjustment but have releasing this as a moment to innovate to change and to ask the right questions of innovation, right not innovate. For. The sake of throwing everything they've built a way but innovate so that they can do what they do better in a way that really meets the times and then the third thing and it goes of counter to what our knee reaction is. Right when when we feel an element of scarcity or when we feel an elementary anxiety tend to think that the way we're gonNA generate more revenue is to. Sort of do anything to anyone rights, I will sell anything to anyone who will buy for me. You know anything's possible and we have tons of data and tons of proof. That's not true that in fact, the people who stay focused stay niche at but go really deep instead of really wide, those ones actually sell the most. So that's a long way to answer the question, but the quick answer is. I think there's a ton of opportunity right now I think business owners can make it through this right now but I think we need to be really intentional about being keeping our mindset strong. Being incredibly creative, adoptive, and sort of innovative around how we do what we do and staying focused and going deep, not wide and how we serve our customers. But at when we do those things for sure I, do believe we can get through this.

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Equine Forum - July 4th 2020

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

05:08 min | 1 year ago

Equine Forum - July 4th 2020

"Poll question, which so many of you are taking time to vote on today on our twitter feed at HR, n., and of course on our facebook page as well was who wins. Today's met Mile Pretty Simple, and we gave you the three favorites code of honor, Vico Mackenzie or other in if you choose. Choose other. Please make sure that you specify well so far. It's pretty tight code of honor getting thirty seven percent of the vote that coma three percent Mackenzie just twenty three percent of the vote, no votes yet for Hog Creek Hustle but I have a feeling. That's WHO Vicki Foley would pick was voting on this particular poll this morning and she's with me now here on the horse racing radio, Network Vicky Good Morning. Good Morning. You know. Don't let that poll. Deter you hog. Creek hustled thirty two one on the morning line. How do we get done today? Well. He's training fantastic. You could ask them to be doing better. I know we're. We're up against the best of the best and We're hoping for a some fast fractions up on the front and So we can have a nice clothes. We'll be stocking and. Make that. Final run. Well I thought I would take you on a little trip down memory lane here. Vicki and look back to thirteen months ago at Belmont Park when this is the way it sounded with. Hog Creek Hustle storming down the stretch. Silver on top the leader by three quarters of length to Wendell Fong, here comes on his Bishoff, looming large on the outside, and the three of them turned for home with autism mischief, making them over the outside up strike silver Wendell fondness right behind them heartbreak, hustle on the move and clothing, nitrous step against the outside of these calls again to with Barranco but private various Cook, pre council nitrous outside. He's dude onto the line Hot Creek Hustle Act. That was nitrous buttle by Bourachot and strike sober a final time of one twenty one point one to. Hog Creek Castle came from the back of the pack that day Vicki I know you remember it well I. Just thought it'd be nice to take you back there one more time. What a performance that afternoon and hoping for similar again later today. Absolutely, It was amazing the race he ran that day and That's what we're hoping for today We're up against. You know we ran with three year olds last year. as we're. Having to step up. Of course in this race. And Seven eighths was his perfect. Distance and But we feel like he'll go the mile. And again we're just going to step back and make our final run down stretch. Yet you know it's it's interesting. Since that win the woody Stevens last June by the way this the last time that he found the winner circle. He's faced off with some heavy hitters. He hasn't really duct anybody He returns to greatest company after that second place finish as the favorite with allowance horses at Churchill. Why was this the right spot to put him in here today Vicky? Well we sit. Decided to go, you know thought that was the perfect place so allowance right? He hasn't had a win. spend Belmont. And? We thought that was the perfect five Unfortunately, unfortunately, like Tony Allen jumped up. And ran a heck of a racist day. We just couldn't run him down. And After they're just really. Aren't any what knee other places to really to run. And we were hoping to run a keeneland. Believe! They had the Commonwealth there back. Before everything shut down seven eighths of a mile, which was going to be a perfect spot. And they for some reason didn't bring that race back. For their short meat. So and Our owners. We just decided that we we wanted to go. We didn't want to run six anymore. Or six and a half. And we feel like that. that. He deserves this opportunity. To and we know, he loves racetrack. And again He. Loves the. Sweeping turn. And we'RE HOPING TO HAVE A. Great performance today.

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"thirteen months" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

12:31 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen months" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And I'm so excited about this special that is on the blaze you can you can find it if you're a fan of chat for a third you probably heard him talk about it already but if if you don't know the chat break there is I want to know how you get this title he's an American humorist your classified as a an American humorist and he's well known online for his commentary just sitting in the cab of his truck with these half which is now working Saturday and you're almost unrecognizable I am I'm channeling my inner Glenn Beck is what I'm doing is yours in the sweater yeah yeah yeah arctic temperature that you keep in the yeah in the building here I am so proud he it Chad you because it's a good summer I said you did this three part special on and steam when you started it did you think that he killed himself did you think it was a cover up what did you think going into it I did I honestly did not know I don't know that I had an opinion but the further I got into it the more questions that were raised like right now if I was a betting man and had to put a thousand dollars on the line I would probably take the bet that he killed himself but let me raise some questions for you because when we get into this special everybody knows the two thousand eight sex offender who is convicted thirteen months of probation he goes to any goes to twenty does go to jail they leave the door unlocked because he claims to be claustrophobic he gets to go to his office twelve hours a day he pays the west Palm Beach chartered chairs off the hunt twenty eight thousand dollars they could put a TV in the attorney's room all of these little favors a radius he makes off duty police officers wear a suit in order to check in his guest he pays their salary so that he can to business while he's in jail we know that guy he's a creep what we don't realize is after that a guy who tries to reinvent himself who basically gets a ranch in New Mexico because he does have to register as a sex offender there it's in the middle of the king ranch which is not to be confused with king ranch in Texas this is Bruce king is the governor of New Mexico the family which passes down political titles and positions like family heirlooms and he's right in the middle of their property you can't go he buys their property is to create a little sweetheart deals from them he buys ten thousand acres bins builds on an almost twenty eight thousand square foot home there it calls it a ranch it's not a range the the the people around the area thought that the owner of the Tories secret owned it because of the rotating models that were coming in and out of these young girls that are coming in and out of the place but why New Mexico beyond being able to get away with not identifying as a sex offender it's close to a lot of different facilities where there's cryogenics train humanism there it is all of the scientific things that are going on for instance there was a group that was collecting the sperm of Nobel Prize winners in order to create a new generation of smart people abstain bought into this idea and his idea along with his accomplice Joe line Maxwell who is still very much alive still very much at large and has never been questioned by authorities they concoct the idea of bringing in twenty young girls at a time impregnating them with Jeffrey abstains seed and signing away all rights to the progeny the baby and they're going to raise on this compound and create a whole new generation of state this is honestly master race kind of this is big stuff so this is a guy who is obsessed after he's already been in jail exactly this is a hold this guy reinventing himself this is the guy who's donating millions of dollars to Harvard is the guy who's donating to MIT this guy who is a college drop out who is now sitting almost as though he is a colleague with these doctors from Harvard in the science programs and they're treating him like an equal this is a guy who's welcoming cohorts like Bill Gates and Ilan musk and Stephen Hawking who think of him as just harebrained what they love the fact that he's got all this influence right so he's concocting this deal is so you talk about conspiracy theories this is fact this is a known fact this guy's going to recreate himself he wanted to have his head and his **** cryogenically frozen so they had to bring it back to life one day here was a guy obsessed with immortality so now back to your original question to commit suicide why would a man so obsessed with immortality kill himself why would a guy who even when he was in jail most recently after his arrest six months ago still be buying commissary favors from fellow inmates here's a guy who said that after his first quote suicide attempt he said I didn't try to commit suicide my cellmate attacked me so we can look at all the different things between the the the video cameras being off the lapse in time that the doctor blogs with the prison guards the people who did not watch him why was he left alone in the cell is it possible that that he was murdered why is a guy who who he already got off once glance why does he get off now and if he's going to kill himself why doesn't he just make a phone call so my courses okay does he kill himself well they had to be a reason had to be a reason why kill himself so if you did that then somebody's putting so much pressure on him in essence saying we're going to make your life a veritable hell if you don't do it yourself I will skin you alive kind of thing we'll put you know bottom boiling oil you're going to suffer why would he just make one phone call and say I have all the news that you want now we saw in on ABC Amy Robach she sits there on the hot Mike moment she says I had it all it was the most prolific case of of pedophile you we've ever known this would have been the story of the century this would have exposed more people than anything we've ever known and the key is F. Steen was ready to talk so he killed himself why did he talk you could make one phone call he's already beaten it once you have a you are looking at when when you get to suicide my feeling is that it is the the final and the greatest act of insanity you know to being so you can't necessarily apply if a guy sees his world completely collapsing and he's convinced there's No Way Out there's No Way Out and he has some loyalty to some of the people that were helping him he might think it's better this way not I don't know with the yeah I mean it seems so Seoul mange whole win incidents happened that there are real questions I'm like you if I had the bat I would still bet that he did it himself but I'm not betting more than I'm not betting more than five hundred Bucks on that you know the main cause I don't know so let's look at this thing because you can you look at the BBC interview with prince Andrew who now the queen is basically dismounting and I I feel like they're trying to put out a carpet far with the vacuum cleaner I mean they just kind of trying him out there is that you do your best dandy because this BBC interview just made him look worse and worse and worse and I canceled his birthday party and all that he B. C. interview this is the guys that I don't like to party I don't party in I don't know if we have that clip of what I call party boy prince Andrew we have time to show it is here it is got a pulled up take a look at this let me show you what we're dealing with here with print center okay I want you to take it over to that clip where he says I'm not a party you take a look at this but he had the most extraordinary ability to bring a picture of the people together unless the bit that I remember is going to the deposit is where you would meet academics politicians people from the United Nations I mean it was a it was a piece with a cosmopolitan group of whatever describes as US eminence but was not his appeal that was what you because you you were perceived by the public as being the posse prince was not something that's also on a bit of a stretch in a while I've I've I've collected that title because I don't like I never have really positive it's a unfortunately if you're just listening to this on radio you're missing all of the pictures of women licking his face on the property and everything else so you added chatters at from the BBC in those from the B. B. C. all my gosh is classic I mean it's time under the bus yeah by the way Virginia Roberts who of course there's the famous picture of him with his arm around and the then seventeen year old Virginia Roberts who who by the way took off to Thailand issue you know join Max will take it in Jeffrey I've seen take her to London to wake her up one morning and say today you're going to meet a prince talking about of course prince Andrew then there's this now this picture out there which of course they have said it's a it's a false picture Photoshop Photoshop and really not been out that long whenever this picture had I mean it was not yeah you can tell if it's Photoshop and here's the thing there's nothing wrong legally with this picture now I mean you put your arm around somebody's niece you know you've done nothing wrong little bit of a girl like a little grabby where you're wearing a halter top there are some exposed midriff in his mind is right there you can find a way in the winter and so we can we can analyze the picture but at the end of the day of course yeah I can explain this away I'm not going to go over every of that's not me that's not me obviously we know Andrew is the party branch use all the pictures and there is that's why I look at this and I thank you because you brought up the point Glenn you send if this whole world is crumbling down was it we don't now he's already gotten out once there are plea deals it to that are there to be made if he wanted to do it if you really want to truly expose some people that are involved in this now because news Jeffrey upstate five years ago did anybody to the average American really know who Jeffrey up steam was of course is this conspiracy idea and the and the drama around it it is made him basically a household name he's now a nonstop means we've we've made jokes about this thing let me let me be real clear because I've got accusations here people saying well it's almost like you're feeling sorry for the guy no I'm glad he's dead let me usually real player I'm glad the guy the earth is a better place without Jeffrey upstate in it here's the thing how many more at Steen ask influencers are out there people like usual lane Maxwell who was the queen to his king on the chess board who orchestrated all these things who took a Virginia Roberts which by the way we had it lined up for Virginia Roberts to come on the show via Skype from Australia what I what I started say earlier stew is that they she went to Thailand do for the long story short Eckstine center to Thailand says bring me back a young girl she gets over there within five days she meets her now husband who's from Australia he takes her to Australia and basically gets routed the steps the world that's there because she was she was project number one in New Mexico in terms of who they were going to impregnate she was going to be the experimental test case so Virginia Roberts of course who is seen as seventeen years old in this picture with prince Andrew she's the one eight and they basically put a gag order on tonight there will be a BBC interview with her that out so we couldn't get her she had to cancel for us but we did talk to her on the phone it's quite compelling when you when you see what was are in on it hang on just six I would like to hear a little bit more of what what we know for a fact what was happening on this this ranch back in just a second we pause for one minute then back which add pressure proprietor who is you can find the special on the blaze dot com police TV.

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"thirteen months" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen months" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"December ninth apparel viruses are closing all forty something schools in one Colorado district until after thanksgiving sky gazers will be watching tonight for the unicorn meteor storm Colson Texans tonight kick off week twelve of the NFL and why a puppy is all the rage at Washington Capitals hockey games that story in about twenty minutes ever since Jeffrey dean Mariah for abusing dozens of teenage girls at his Florida mansion federal prosecutors have been blasted for engineering what's been called the deal of the century for the ultra wealthy sexual predator but the twisted saga started and could have ended with the public official originally handed the case and its former Palm Beach county state attorney Barry crusher an investigation by the Palm Beach post has found that the veteran prosecutor set the stage for this international outrage by crippling his own case more than a decade ago reporter Jane Musgrave pulled it all together Jane what did you want to cover state attorney at the time pressure was you know really from the get go at least according to deposition from the Palm Beach police who built the case against Jeffrey Epstein he just wouldn't take these allegations seriously Alan Dershowitz who was seventeen at the time yeah when and what was then the social media which was my space his mind to be young teen agers you know he will fight them for talking you know for pictures they posted that made it appear they were drinking with blazer that they occasionally put talked about marijuana into vilified them and ultimately you know he very pressured you know initially only charged that staying with solicitation of prostitution as if the you know the scheme for adults and ultimately he signed off on a the non prosecution agreement that in seventeen served thirteen months of an eighteen month sentence in the Palm Beach county jail where I think most people know at this point that even though eighty at liberal work release policies and hill it wasn't very much punishment although he did have to register as a sex offender and agreed to pay the pay off to get some of the women that filed civil lawsuit against them how did it come to be the only one fourteen year old girl was able to testify really you know if they kept on going to the deposition from the detective in the police chief yeah they got up putting off the you know any kind of grand jury investigation for unknown reasons and ultimately it was a very rushed affair they had subpoenaed three women from the documents that we obtained and that one was out of town so she didn't have to find another one as we understand it you know for whatever reason didn't show up in that fell on the shoulders of this fourteen year old girl and you know tell her story Jane Musgrave reporter at the Palm Beach post which is part of the USA today network she's got a fascinating story entitled how the EPS dean saga could have been ended years ago two is first prosecutors victims were prostitutes didn't go out and say your story but sort of reading between the lines I I mean somebody was connected to somebody here right that that this could have gone down this way now you know I mean it of course a misli had a lot of high powered lawyers you know whether that was a factor not I'm not sure you know sure had dealt with a lot of high private profile lawyers you know over the years whether or not that influenced him is unclear I mean you know as Alex Acosta who ultimately inherited the case that you know that he was under more pressure handling the obscene quesadilla ever been in his life it is a life but I think you know one of the main takeaways was many lawyers told us this is the quintessential state case you know at the time the documents show they didn't have a keen to later this became a factor with some of the more well they're not recent allegations but later allegations about esteem flying these young women you know to his home in the Virgin Islands or to an apartment in Paris around the globe but at that time it was you know the at least the federal prosecutors said we don't have evidence of him and planes and boats any kind of interstate commerce it is a quintessential you know child sex molestation case and you know I mean Akon does repeatedly said you know that he was trying to put you know the proverbial you know round peg into a square hole in it wasn't sitting very well now whether he could have done more we didn't address that you know others have but you know from I look the set the first fumble occurred at you know the Palm Beach county state attorney's office so what happens next there there are more documents you're seeking here actually you know even before we ran a story at it in you know and all the came out about you know that is a work release you know the allegations that he was allowed to have sex with people I was on work release governor understand here in Florida had ordered an investigation into the Palm Beach county sheriff's office handling of that that was in the just this past summer and it's part of that he he he included that he wanted to investigation of the plea deal but as a result of the story the state attorney who is helping the put a department of law enforcement look at the sheriff's department said they will also be looking closely into you know how the state attorney's office handled handled the investigation as well this change in most graves reporter with the Palm Beach post part of the USA today network twenty minutes now in front of the hour.

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"thirteen months" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen months" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Yes Sir so I think you can clear this debt up in no time because you know just keep your expenses down or your over the road and knock it out in you know as fast as you can as a matter of fact a few minutes ago I had an over the road truck driver on here doing is debt free screen did you hearing yeah I paid off thirty thousand dollars and thirteen months making about what you're making I had one other question for you the American board doesn't pay me by the mile they pay me a percentage of what they make and I have the opportunity I'm not ready to do that right now but I have the opportunity to buy my own truck for about fifty thousand dollars then that would more than quadruple my income but it would also about double my expenses so I've got to do some more number crunching but I believe that would be a substantial pay raise and I was just wondering should I hold off on that yes I would not do that deal I would hold off I want you to say if you're going to do that I want to pay cash for it number one number two the grass is not necessarily going over there because what's what you have to do is you're now running your own business you guys set your own loads up and you may very well take a pay cut and so this company would be the same thing they would just take that they would take a smaller cut I would get a bigger cut yeah but then when you get laid off your own a tractor right no thank you no thank you so I'm gonna if I'm going to do that I'm gonna do it with cash and that's down the road so let's get debt free let's build an emergency fund after that of three to six months of expenses let's set some money aside to send mom some and then we'll start for the tractor about five hundred a month so far I want to bump that up but I also want to buy a piece of land personally as an investment but partially so she can get out of where she that not now let's get this mess cleaned up first okay maybe I want you to have no payments and then save up and buy that piece of land if you want to I can be your mom thing but let's get let's get no payments and I'm an emergency fund of three to six months I'm talking to a guy who's fifteen minutes ago was homeless right two way feel right you know just the other day right I mean this is recent history in your life you're living in your car so what I'm trying to do is get you in a position that you're never there again that's goal one and and that means no debt and in an emergency fund of three to six months of expenses and so you got fifteen thousand cash in the bank you don't touch for anything and you have no payments in the world you're not vulnerable anymore does that make sense yes Sir the when we start talking about.

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"thirteen months" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:45 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen months" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Lowe rob Dibble show thanks for joining us on Twitter at robin Kendall Judy our conversation now with cobra the former prosecutor here in Marion County about this whole F. Steen soccer's look you got to care about it right because this ABC hot Mike clip comes out through project veritas in which the reporters basic saying basically saying we had to turn up steam he's the greatest part about American history and we were silenced by the by the top brass at at at ABC news all right so Carl they arrest EPS first of all let's go back to the initial prosecution of abstain he basically gets nothing and they have the dirt on him then if you've got a guy who you know was a pet a file are you let him get off like like I've seen did initially no no that was definitely a sweetheart deal you know heads rolled for that sweetheart deal after the fact I think he served like a a thirteen month yet another thirty he's doing more than I've steams doing yeah yeah he is right that's a really good comparison right it would subway guy who who actually it was just on apparently on his computer more than he's doing a really good can so you got a known petaflop because you probably prosecuted files Ralph course yeah yeah so how do you go through the prosecutor but about you know just say all right there too much you're out so you know because listen the rate of recidivism recidivism which is that the the propensity tourney commit the same crime over over again is among the highest yeah with these kind of files right and that's interesting because my dad was a federal probation officer tries to say the guys you have on provisional the time if your pet a file your pet of all men there is their spacing no rehabilitating about about because it's a sickness something wrong is something wrong with you right or some of the wiring in your brain or whatever it is that thirteen months in prison ain't gonna care in fact it's probably gonna make it a little creepier really so so being in prison because what because they're good for if they are deprived of having access to that when they get out they just got to make up for lost time well I'm just saying that if you are in prison let's say for thirteen months like prison is a really good thing if it if it has some kind of deterrence affect like I was listening to an interview guy just committed to substance abuse any had been went to prison a bunch of times right came out they got him on some serious help and he said like the threat of going back to prison for like five years and for doing whatever drugs right it's like it's I'm done right right if thirteen months and your Jeffrey I've seen you come out you got to Jackson your islands in your right highly connected friends in forty or girls like that obviously is not gonna be in terms for you so he came out and guns a Blazin so you're you're a political your political guy right so when you were running for public office and you hung out with all sorts of people and you knew all the movers and shakers like it's a good excuse to be adding those guys about about like if someone were hooked up you over the mega donor your handlers or someone's going to tell you eight why don't hang out this guy because he's kind of got a criminal conviction well I mean good grief in in Indiana you can't god for bid your friends with someone and that person later goes goes to prison for is stealing money right out and it's like you should have known all rice things any luck they it's it's not as if they didn't know he was a convicted pedophile while they were hanging out with them there's no way collision I mean is no comparison right there's a kids get like a bear the pressing take pictures be all that is famous for of Rosalynn Carter with with John Wayne Gacy likes it I don't know that but if you're doing fundraising you're planning to do to plane your handlers tell you everything about that person he's a he's on the sex offender registry yeah right the famous guy on the sex offender registry and yet you've got Clinton Dershowitz prince Andrew always other guys hanging out with him flying a jet going was private island which by the way you okay here's a smoking gun Bill Clinton at first completely like lied about his relationship with up steam right yeah I think on the Jack Nicklaus island okay I'll be yes the I don't you know this this secret six service records show that Clinton ditched his detail his secret service detail that five times and you've got the dudes right especially if you're on a level of present form press the United States you got to do is because what I go to my case dot gov and find out if somebody's been arrested for the wire or something right you got to do to find that stuff out for you right I mean if you're in charge of the president's secret service detail in the in the ex president Bill Clinton is getting on a Jack you know as well as I know that those agents no and there's no way he doesn't it'll and there's no way I mean okay all right so let's say you get AB scene back again like he goes through gets a sweetheart deal whatever the site you you get him back again what steps are you taking to ensure this guy's protected and what steps are you taking to ensure that he tells you everything you know alright so I'm so I'm the prosecutor in in the federal prosecutor in New York and you know here's visible conversation okay warden of the jail where we gonna put him how are we gonna house now listen this guy's a target from both inside and outside the jail what are we going to do to protect him can we make sure that the guards are not sleeping can we make sure that the security cameras are functioning look I have security cameras right near your house at the place where the a state they have never not worked in a decade so how do you live the head of the security cameras not work at the supermax in Manhattan right where el Chapo used to be house by a dentist is insane to me all right so what now we got this check from ABC news saying she had the dirt we've got a guy dying suspiciously he dies it looked the guards close was like falsely there's no cameras the Clintons who we all know the best way to commit suicide is to be friends of the Clintons and then turn on him so like what it what is the recourse now how do we as a public Ural former law enforcement officials how do we as a public get to the truth because memes on the internet aren't doing it no means on the internet aren't doing it so I believe they're going to I think judiciary is gonna hold hearings I think I think I read that okay now who knows where that goes but you would think at the very least if this happened in Marion County while I was prosecutor I would convene a grand jury investigation I would put citizens what on the injury grand it's it's it's two different things so it's an investigative body come composed of the citizens of let's see Marion County in this case like a jury yeah well well it said the doesn't decide guilt or innocence decides whether or not there is probable cause for charges okay okay for indictment and so what happened you do that as a prosecutor to back you up you you know for a number of reasons the main reason is that it's a great investigative tool get these grand jury subpoenas you can subpoena people you talk to them right you do things you can't do if you just decide to file charges on your own exactly right because as a prosecutor you can issue prosecutors beans that sort of thing not the same as asking someone or forcing someone to come in and actually give testimony to a grand jury and that puts them under oath it does okay that's exactly right and so then the grand jury gets to decide whether or not there sufficient evidence to move forward with the charge but it's a great we do all the time when I was getting prosecutor to bring in witnesses who were reluctant to testify follow yeah so we would bring them in and what happens then because it is under oath if for whatever reason they decide they don't want to participate at a later time we've got the testimonial Oct twenty years at a trial you can't you can't so so it's a little risk because you're leading citizens decide whether to file charges but from your perspective as a prosecutor if you know you got a slam dunk case it helps you build a case well they almost never make a mistake either I mean it's it's just like I mean look Pettitte juries regular juries that decide guilt or innocence I mean they certainly do make mistakes Allah OJ Simpson but it doesn't happen that often there is a collective wisdom of twelve people coming together listing all the evidence going back in deliberating as a as a collective body that that does make a lot especially when it's just to file charges right right Carl working people find you on Twitter on the social media is all on the internet where can I find so at Kroeber Izzy it is this water handle and then Carl call pretty dot com Kroeber you live is the podcast and you have a podcast and actually if you're you're not Lister your reader you can read the transcript of the cover the pot that's correct end coming soon to a theater near you video all has how exciting and you're a very handsome man's little big right the women will love it I have no doubt ninety three WV see rob Kendall show twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty election.

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"thirteen months" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen months" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Thirteen months Jamie to get your new travel ID driver's license but why wait don't neck with there was on a motor vehicle division says beginning October first twenty twenty you'll need the new driver's license a passport or other federal ID to board a plane at all US airports gets you through airport checkpoints weather at sky harbor Tucson or any other domestic destinations in the United States this does not replace a passport this is not good for international travel you still need a passport you can visit Arizona travel I. D. dot com to find out everything you need to know about the new ID and coming up later this morning governor to see in Phoenix layer cake geico will be at sky harbor for the launch of the don't get grounded campaign live in the newscenter journey foster KTA owners there is now a twenty thousand dollar reward for the information at least to the recapture of escaped murder suspects they were being extradited from New York to to someone they escaped in Utah the Pima county sheriff's office is also suspended using that transportation service that was transporting the pair Blaine and Susan Barksdale are considered armed and dangerous okay DA our eyes on the economy president trump's trade war with China will be just a little bit of a hick up for the US economy according to one valley business later but Richard movie with Pete king construction says Washington must fix the immigration system to give a more legal workers back on to the tax rolls bring him out of the shadows given green cards another legitimate they're not worried about getting picked up and sent home someplace that isn't their home movie believe China's economy is weaker than ours he joined the president's open for business roundtable tour that stopped in Scottsdale was headlined by Arizona's senator Martha make Sally as Congress gets ready to return to Washington from summer recess and Arizona Republican is open to see a lot more action than talk congresswoman Debbie Lesko tells KTA ours Chad Benson show there are real problems facing this country right now one of them is the border crisis yeah and we need to fix it and trump is trying to do everything he can but ultimately Congress needs to change the laws yeah and I hope some day we're going to get it done right now let's go says there's an endless cycle of what she calls a radical bills being pushed through the Democrat controlled house that will never clear the Republican led Senate well you could soon votes to give a hospital workers a.

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"thirteen months" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen months" Discussed on KGO 810

"Time is twelve thirty one I'm Kim McAllister inn for Nikki Maduro a brush fire in east San Jose foothills is now at four alarms flames are burning near the intersection of a born road and gurdwara Avenue that's in the evergreen neighborhoods now at this point at least forty acres have burned and some structures are burning as well there are homes in this area cal fire fighting the flames in the South Bay from the air and on the ground it's a story will be following through the afternoon on KGO eight ten undeterred by criticism of what some are calling racist tweets made yesterday president trump is telling members of Congress if you hate your country you can leave president was responding to Fuhrer over the weekend tweets saying for democratic Congress women of color should go back to the broken crime infested countries from which they came that despite the fact all of the women are American citizens and three of them were born in the United States treasury secretary Stephen Nugent says the trump administration has a very serious concerns that the new digital currently planned by Facebook could be used for illicit activity like money laundering human trafficking and financing terrorism tomorrow Congress begin hit begins hearings on Facebook's libra currently planned the prosecution and defense argued against and for bail for Jeffrey obscene in federal court in New York today prosecutors said the accused sex trafficker posed a serious white breast the defense claim he's lived a clean life since serving thirteen months in Florida for a prostitution charge correspondent Steve Castin bombs as two of the accuser's today we're allowed to speak at the bail hearing one of the victims any farmers.

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"thirteen months" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen months" Discussed on AP News

"In a thirteen month sentence was the toughest deal that he could have gotten at the time I'm here to say we did what we did because we wanted to see Epstein go to jail but the former Palm Beach county state attorney accuses a cast of re writing history berry Chris says a lane the federal indictment had been prepared but says that a cast that abandoned it after secret negotiations with apps dean's lawyers and now there's a new accuser against abstain Jennifer arose says that happened at at steams Manhattan mansion in two thousand two when she was fifteen thank forcefully rape me after months of giving a massage is that often lead to sex acts that's twenty one and that's it you got a rose tells NBC's today show she'd never reported the rape I was just so scared I don't really want to go in on public with that she's now filed court papers ahead of suing him that steam pleaded not guilty this week to federal charges that do not include a roses allegations Sager make Donnie Washington a senior military officials accusing Air Force general John heighten of sexual misconduct this claim could impact Titans nomination to become the next vice chairman of the joint chiefs of staff president trump is claiming victory an appeals court ruled against a lawsuit going forward that accuse trump of still profiting from is tell ownership in Texas under threat of a tropical storm begin preparing your property begin preparing your supplies begin preparing your lines of communication to your family members that's governor Greg Abbott meanwhile in New Orleans some eight inches of rain has already fallen this is a P. radio news Rafael Nadal set for a semi final match against Roger Federer at Wimbledon the big three have made it to their expected semifinal berths in all three played superbly talking which took in for a big battle when David golf I broke in the seventh game but that just have the effect of prodding a sleeping lion truck of its laws to do a terrific run a full that saw him win the next ten games a put the match beyond reach he now plays the interloper the semis Spain's Roberto Bautista goods Federer had as long as match of the tournament two hours thirty six to be can issue Korean full and he now plays Rafael Nadal who labored for sets before beating some query and three Chris Bowers Wimbledon construction on a giant telescope will start again next week after a lengthy court battles and protests from those who say building on Hawaii's tallest mountain will desecrate land that is sacred to some native Hawaiians state officials say the road to the top of Mauna Kea will be closed starting Monday I'm Jackie Quinn AP radio news radio news hi Jackie Quinn the labor secretary's accountable plea deal for Q. sex offender.

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"thirteen months" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen months" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Thirteen months in jail was supervised release New York prosecutors have now filed separate sex trafficking charges against the sixty six year old hedge fund mogul contending he recruited teams provide other teens for sex up to his pleaded not guilty to the latest charges allegations of sexual misconduct of surface against president trump's nominee to be the next vice chair of the joint chiefs of staff but as NPR's David welna explains the Pentagon says an internal investigation is cleared airforce general John hi dean of charges against him general Hayden who currently heads the U. S. strategic command is likely to face questions at a yet to be scheduled Senate confirmation hearing about the reported allegations of sexual misconduct the Pentagon says heightens been cleared by what it calls a comprehensive investigation by the Air Force office of special investigations colonel DD half Phil who heads the Pentagon's office of public affairs said in the statement that quote there was insufficient evidence to support any finding of misconduct on the part of general Hayden she added that heightened has quote proven himself to be a principled and dedicated patriot who cooperated with the investigation the Pentagon did not disclose what the specific charges were against them David welna NPR news Washington soccer fans got the chance to celebrate the U. S. women's national World Cup victory in New York City today Lee chaparral leave member station W. F. U. V. reports on reactions at the ticker tape parade fans are celebrating the fourth store that will be added to the U. S. women's jerseys representing their record breaking fourth World Cup win for a group of high school teammates from Connecticut this isn't just about victory on the field a livia menace call go says it's also about celebrating powerful women in sports so inspirational they're showing us that we don't have to sit down and be quiet we can fight for what we want to be proved it's no longer a question of are we getting more pay it's not that they have to figure out take action on how they're going to get by chance the pails to fill the air is the pre made its way through downtown for NPR news I'm elite shopper early in New York stocks closed higher the Dow up seventy six points today this is NPR and this is WNYC in New York Shawn Carlson community members are continuing to push back against mayor of Los US plan to replace rakers with borough base jails protesters chanted and no new jails that hearing before the city Planning Commission today Gothamist Liz Kim says other people called on the city to close reikers without building new facilities that's in the light of the death of lately in Polanco a transgender woman at the jail last month one of the women who spoke you know choked up at one point and she said leaning should never have died and I think that that really speaks to this call that something needs to be done about breakers right now the blood you ministration has said borough base jails are necessary to house inmates from Ryker's and that the facilities will be closer to courthouses and their.

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"thirteen months" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen months" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Sir just thirteen months in the palm county jail annex as fox's Phil Keating abstinence pleaded not guilty in this new case we've back from court later this week this is fox news now here's your storm team ten forecast another dry day but increasing cloud cover moves in the rest of the week beginning to become unsettled today highs in the upper eighties inland middle eighties along the coast with more clouds than sun by the afternoon very sticky feel to the air by this evening and into Thursday head of the chance of showers Thursday afternoon and overnight into Friday I'm storm team ten meteorologist Christina Ernie on newsradio nine twenty and one of four seven FM this report is sponsored by express pros dot com radio nine twenty one oh four seven FM traffic the crash under Ted north in Cranston after reservoir Rav has cleared one forty six south still a tap of the brakes between administrative ninety five and the left lane is closed everyone thirty eight east at the Newport bridge until three today I'm Jacki Murphy on newsradio nine twenty and one oh four seven Aftab express employment professionals is thinking workers in a big way this August expresses a warning one thousand dollars cash prizes weekly and a chance to win a ten thousand dollar vacation and register on the express jobs that were expressed pros dot com express nose jobs get to know express now here's important information from the pre near real estate closing attorney in the area hi I'm tend to prove this I've been practicing real estate law for over twenty two years I am license in Rhode Island Massachusetts in Florida whether you're in the market to buy sell.

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"thirteen months" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:39 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen months" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"And founder of soothe the on demand masseuse right onto massage massage and it's everywhere on my phone how'd you make that happen we advertise quite a bit and people love through so popping up to the top of your views they liked it so much once i put in my iphone got sued on there all the time but but you've done a great job with that probably a lot of your friends are using it yeah How much? the number but how hard was raised or easy to raise money for this i provide my own money so about quarter thousand dollars capital the company over the first thirteen months of the business that mckinney nervous did start with thinking okay i'll put in one hundred and fifty thousand and traction really good numbers and he just kept going it took me a little longer to raise money from investors created how do you There's a lot of competition between. place where you can go and get them assize the the two business places there's a lot there's a lot of competition how you differentiate yours obviously the on demand things golden goose here right i think that our biggest differentiator from large chains like massage envy is that armas therapists are much happier they earn about three times as much as they do it massage envy they're not sitting around all day long waiting for people to walk in the door they're living their lives spending time with their families enjoying their hobbies and job comes through to them if they wanna take they take it not nobile we don't interrupt up there one day aol youngest employee's yes i worked for a._o._l. when i was eleven years old paid it was paid initially and they realized that i was underage moved to volunteer only physician so you didn't get these stock i did not get the stock they asked me to do project for for the u._s. open tennis thing you can have a bunch of stock or you're gonna have twenty five grand of course of course and they remind me every year how much that stock is worth how much How many things have you passed up that? regret a couple of investments that i had access to that i regret i'd say about two Daiki made. Biggest mistake I've made, I would say is. amid a lot of good decisions prefaced by saying there's an honor to admitting mistakes because you learned some then yes absolutely stake i made was probably not starting business before i did i had good timing but ultimately if i was a year ahead i would have been in a better position today Let's say us thinking. itself and that's that's a good that's a good trait one could say dropped out my undergrad college that's that's arguably mistake if i was looking to go get a job at another company but you never know because look what happened here you are crazy social media right now misuse and how important is social media personally ton yeah Pursues. We use it a lot more than I do. you see it on your feet every time you open facebook it's definitely our biggest advertising channel and is that i have no idea the expense of that you get that done when my phone we have a person fulltime marketing team in house we spend a lot of money on creative ads coming up with great contents and we end up giving facebook good amount of money to syndicate therapists you have six thousand five hundred hundred fine those we work with many massage schools throughout the country put craigslist adds up we as job boards we bring everybody in house interview every massage therapist our system has gone through very rigorous vetting process with our recruiters and our recruiters themselves are all licensed therapists and often educators atmospheres schools and they do they receive a thirty minute practical demo massage from every applicant before they're either accepted or denied and we turned out about forty percent of applicants while you must have a lot because i pointed out the people who work at soothe actually make money yes have real money yes we have therapists who can make eighty thousand dollars per year which is that's real it's an amazing return on their education investment because they spent about seven to ten thousand and six months of their life getting this certification earning seventy dollars an hour with us home mainstream has become now because i don't wanna i started about this but now yes i would say is becoming a household brand name they're still love the markets penetrate but we're we're very well known especially in our core markets like l. a. new york chicago miami weird inspire inform and connect community launch preneurs i'm pat o'brien this business rockstars our guest is merlin i the name merlin face patches so it's perfect name if you were employees your own company would you wanna work there yes it's interesting i always thought of myself as a really hard core c._e._o. and i still think i am pretty pretty aggressive when it comes to growth and pushing people to their limits but i- employing people now like our c._f._o. simon worked at many large companies and he says everybody in his office smiling all the time and walking around in a good mood and everybody is friends with each other and it's a phenomenon that is very rare these masseuses these nuts and bolts people that run yes yeah how did you did you ever think you'd be involved in the massage business i did not ever expect to be specifically involved in the massage business however my look back my mom was involved in alternative healing yeah so i grew up with i got massages from a very young age from ten i was meditating at the same young age and it seems looking backwards it was a natural fit for my future Finding a great employee. Think is. Finding a great jury funding. how do you what kinds of questions can and just finding them and retaining them as an entrepreneur so big question i liked ask is what was the problem that you recently solved and how did you go about solving it it's good why are you here why are you here Yeah. Yeah. I like that. getting the app up and running the app is called sue right yes and is like six which one should people take of massage types There's zoo, there's like sued rival sued. Oh, well, I mean, sued and there's a therapist app. Also, I think so. What's the unique value of your company? I did not because just different. It's just new. Right. I mean. combine technology and service this i think that nobody will ever replace massage therapists with artificial intelligence autonomous driving vehicles and we really care about our people which the major differentiator i believe that all are massage therapists who are independent contractors and we treat them very well i think they feel like family savings our team and we figured out figured out a way to scale this qualitative respect for people which is very challenging often gets lost that skill good for you merlin kaufman c._e._o. of soons thank you we love that thanks for coming in good job we are here to inspire inform and connected community of entrepreneurs this is business rockstars thanks for joining us i'm pat o'brien this report is brought to you by insurance metro disaster season is upon us.

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"thirteen months" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen months" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"We went while that is a allies decision. That is obviously been very fruitful for the Glasgow family starting then and continuing to now what was the difference in age between a gram and Ryan Ryan. Then they were what two years apart thirteen months park. Oh my goodness. You like our family. Yes. Thirteen quite busy. Volos air teen months support. And you know, Graham is the one who really insisted in a Ryan was sort of leaning towards Vander bell. The ram basically inserted himself in the Ryan's process and said, you need to come up here. You need to visit with the coaches, you need to get a sense of what's going on here. So we went up and we visited and it was a done deal. And it was the same. And then when Jordi when it was Jordan's time, you know, both Graham and Ryan inserted themselves in Jordan's process, made sure that your ended up in Michigan. So what a wonderful journey at has been. Can you take us back and paint a picture for the listeners of like what it was like around the house, as these kids? These three boys were growing up. I'm picturing some rain, bunks young men. Well, you know, I think the first time that my, my wife had an inkling that this was going to be a little bit different than her upbringing. So I was the oldest of three boys, I, I was sort of used to. Three boys are like, and so one Sunday I think, you know, the boys were like four three and Jordy was barely wasn't even one yet. And I'm I'm watching football on a Sunday, reading the paper, the three boys are at my feet and their pile of bodies and their flight. Comes over and rips, the paper all homes is. Don't you see the problem with this? And he said what and she said this and I said, what I'm watching the football game. I'm reading the paper, I'm not even paying attention to the kids are fighting. I see..

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"thirteen months" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen months" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Here. The F A the chief of the gut grilled yesterday the house transportation aviation committee, and I guess, largely for letting Boeing self approved the seven thirty seven max. One of the key questions was, how is it the Boeing discovers a problem with the software, and it takes months for them to notify the Federal Aviation Administration because the FAA chief was talking about the close connection between the FAA Boeing and defending some of the self-certification issues saying they are trained by F, A officials at bowling him a lot of these other things. And that's when the question was will have to relationship is so good. The communication lines are open. Why does it take thirteen months for them to notify the FAA about a potential problem and they really didn't have an answer? Fantastic. Hopefully, we can find out why and then try to improve it because. Yeah. The boot and Drug administration. Just letting the meat providers do a self inspection. Yeah. This meets okay? Gwen threat out there. I'm sorry. I, I still like the FAA engineers, and the people in the know to be doubled in triple checking everything and not taking the word of a Boeing engineer that everything's okay. You need. Somebody outside the corporation. You know, so the inside the corporation adding to the company's bottom line, by raising complaints is, is, is no way to do business. And they were not really listened to. And that's another thing. They're gonna have to look at this Boeing, max, you Mike have so many different moving parts and so many different directions. And so many bad surprises that keep coming up week after week. It's, it's, it's amazing some of the stuff did not surface before now. All right. South west people complaining that they refused to allow gentlemen to use his medical device, something you would use if you're paralyzed. It's an eagle lift system. Basically, it's narrow. So goes down the aisle of an airplane, and this gentleman contacted southwest three different times thing, I've got three reservations coming up. I wanna use the specialized I'll lift device, and they said, no problem. It's fine. He showed up with people that we're going to operate it for him. It's a thing that just basically listening out of his wheelchair and into the sea, and once you get to the airport, he was Holton. He you're not able to use it. And of course, he was very upset and took to social media to plead his case in his frustration against south west, and you can check out the details on that.

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"thirteen months" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen months" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And your mind kills you in the spiritual suicide, I'm talking about is you're misery jumps over the cliff and leaves you behind happy let it go. Yeah. And so outta love for him. I never expected this book would come out of me. I'm just doing the final proofs of it. Now, it's been delayed a lot because of all these other stuff that's happening. But I mean, that's happening. I've got my climate change prophecy book coming up, and I'm also working a long delayed book, which is now finally finally evolves for release at the beginning of next year. This book that used to be twenty seventeen twenty eighteen one of my biannual books. I'm now just dropping by annual books. Now, the next book, I do is the entire decade of the twenty twenties. When are you going to give us your prediction for the twenty twenty election, your thirteen for thirteen with the popular vote? So when you when you're going to give us our next after the candidate is picked on the democratic side. Well, it's it's starting to come soon. I, you know, I imagine by summer since we're already kind of in it. I think there's some debates even scheduled in a month or two. So I mean, just like before when it started happening around twenty fifteen in the summer, I started I wrote a book I never expected to re write about Trump's thirteen months before the election where I said if there was ever somebody these the only guy in the Republican side, it can beat Hillary Clinton, and people gotta remember that he was considered a complete joke. When he knows his presidency. But I looked at as astrology I said my God. This man has the best aspects on the election day I've ever seen in all these years since nineteen sixty eight if this is this guy could actually get to that day. He's the only one could beat Hillary Clinton. So it was an odd election. I mean, I I got her on the popular vote. And also predicted that the only man it could beat her was Trump. So in an odd way, I was right in both levels defeated that night election night. I kept saying I kept saying on California's not in yet. She's gonna win the popular vote. And I was so relieved because you know, there's a certain victory weariness that happens after that point. I'd done it twelve times in a row right election. It's not just president. But twelve straight for your elections. Yeah. Yeah. And and and I even mentioned by what rate of popular vote. It's not just a to fifty fifty chance. I also. Tell people by how much I said that Hillary would win popular vote by about two percent more than Trump. And that's exactly what she did. Back back with Al Gore. I said he's going to win over a half a million votes, and he'll win the popular vote. And he did he did. And then the Florida CHAD'S got which is irony ironic because all the indications that empowered county famous infamous by heart. County back then as much as now where the dangling Chad thing. But also, the the uneven chance in the ballot had Buchanan winning thousands of votes that were clearly a double punch for gore, so gore, basically even one in Florida, but the Democratic Party once again. Kind of shot themselves in with a ballot thing that was confusing. I don't see as of right now a front runner democratic candidate vitamin got his issues popping up all over the place. I can say I'm pretty sure that Biden is is not going anywhere in this election. And it's just it's one of those situations where it's too late his time came and went, and and sometimes you're like Obama you come too soon when you're not ready, and and he's too late. But what is odd what's an odd feeling?.

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"thirteen months" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen months" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Professor at the law school, former president of the Los Angeles ethics commission. Jessica I was asking about New York federal appeals court because they're considering unsealing files that are confidential files that could potentially hold evidence of this underage sex trafficking. Operation originally, run by Jeffrey Epstein, who's at least a multimillionaire, can essentially a billionaire and British socialite, she's lane Maxwell. What happened at the time? Was he was giving us not only light sentence by then US attorney Alexandra cost, but everything the sealed he went to jail for running an underage sex. Ring yet is playing at underage girls up there on and on and on and they did a deal. I think he went to jail for thirteen months, but was allowed to stay out. Other than it's asleep there he'd come and go as he pleased. So he got his own special wing, and they're wondering now why with more than thousand documents why he got such a light sentence. And why it was field. Is there an opportunity that they can actually unseal this or statute of limitation runs out? Or what are the other problems with this know, Alan Dershowitz name was floated around this. He just had to come out again yesterday and say I had nothing to do with us the woman's making. These claims is lying Bill Clinton flew with Epstein sixteen times, Trump President Trump actually said he's a good guy. He likes women, but I understand a little really young women so on and on and on Latta high profile people and powerful people around this guy. So how protected is he? Well, I would say is he currently that's not clear to me prior to this. I think he was very protected, and obviously this has become a huge liability for labor secretary outs. Because he was the prosecutor in this case and gave this really surprisingly light sentence deal..

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"thirteen months" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen months" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"I'm Jane Metzler, Fox News thirty minutes from now the fifty two year old Grammy winner appears in bond court in Chicago, he's accused of having sex with underage girls for decades, and now faces ten criminal counts of sex abuse. Kelley's attorney Steve Greenberg Scalia strong. He's got a lot of support. And he's going to be vindicated on all these charges. One by one. If it has to be known for the stormy Daniels case attorney, Michael Lavagna also in this mix presently represent six clients to victims to parents as well as to whistle blowers. At an ATI says there is videotape evidence R Kelly acquitted of child pornography charges back in two thousand eight there reportedly is graphic video of patriots owner, Robert Kraft. The seventy seven year old now facing two misdemeanor counts of soliciting prostitutes at a strip mall massage parlor in Jupiter, Florida craft a close friend and supporter of President Trump. He's proclaimed his innocence totally and but I I the price the arrest the result of a six-month sex trafficking sting. The Chinese women who worked at that massage parlor and others came here for legitimate jobs. Authorities now call them sex slaves, and the NFL says it is monitoring the craft case the White House looking into what role labor secretary and former prosecutor Alexandra Kosta played in arranging a plea deal for billionaire Jeffrey Epstein he was convicted of sex trafficking was also accused of having sex with numerous underage girls entered into a plea deal. Got thirteen months..

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"thirteen months" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen months" Discussed on WLAC

"I know. Perfect. Through the cracks good. That's good. That's the truth. You do fall off the wagon, especially the first three months is the Tahoe. Yeah. That's the toughest. Because you suck it budgeting when you first start. Yeah. And it just takes a little while to get to get going. And and to do that the good news is you have you actually when you had no plan. There's no way to know if you're off the plane. Yeah. We thought we were doing good because we really we paid off our credit card every month. And we're like, oh, that's that's the goal. Let's do every month. So you don't get fees and things like that. But that's not the goal anymore. Nicer. So you get your twenty four and twenty seventy six twenty four and twenty six and while you're working on this for the last year and a half, fourteen months. Thirteen months are you hearing these? Reports in the news and so forth about millennials and how they're stuck and they're clueless. And the world is us against them and their dumb because you guys are yet. Another example, I'm eight millennials like y'all all the time that are just completely rose. And d do you does that offend you? Or do you just do you look at your friends and go, well, that's them. There really are that way. Or I mean, do, you know a bunch of others like you because I see people just like y'all all the time. It's crazy. How many people you look around? And you see them living paycheck to paycheck. But we do have a good sport support behind us, and our our cheerleaders who are your biggest cheerleader. I'd say probably my are probably my family. My some of my brothers. Follow your plan while you're playing. So they were always there behind us. My family supported us to. But they're not really the Dave Ramsey fans. They don't get it. But understand when we were saying we're not going out to dinner because it's a tradition Saturday nights. I've gone to dinner with my family and therefore while we weren't doing things like that. And they didn't quite get it. They do now. Well, now, you're there can do whatever. So that that's perfect. Yeah. Well, I guess what I'm asking is as rockstar millennials. Are you not a little bit insulted by people saying that your whole generation is like stupid or something? I mean because you're not a lot of times being in sales. I go door to door. So I'll walk into people's houses. And they'll just look at me. Now like, you don't know what you're talking about. You're only twenty four or things like that or and it's kind of insulting. Because just because we're young doesn't mean we don't know what we're doing. And doesn't mean we're not motivated to learn and try harder. So some people will some people our age won't take the extra effort to make things nicer work hard. But we do. So I guess I maybe I'm just I think I've got a skewed view on this because it's like the vast majority of the millennials I'm meter like you guys, and you all the news reports are all participation trophy idiots. Yeah. I know they're out there somewhere.

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"thirteen months" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"thirteen months" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"You go. I'm sorry. That was it. Okay. Meanwhile, you know, the the the marketplace as it were as just handing arguments to Elizabeth Warren today, the Wall Street Journal reports that more than three dozen drugmakers raise the prices of hundreds of medications in the US on Tuesday. Most of them on generics. Most of the generic companies generic drugs are supposed to compete with brand name drugs because it's the same drug only it's at a lower price. Well, the big name companies have been buying up all the generic companies and the Jackie and the prices up so there essentially competing with themselves. So, you know, this is the kind of stuff that Elizabeth Warren is all about the New York Times today ash, dead Herndon and Alexander burns noting was who's actually yesterday day before yesterday noting that Elizabeth Warren is heading to Iowa this next week. She's going to be in Des Moines council bluffs, storm city and Sioux Falls. The Iowa course has the first in the nation democratic caucuses in February of next year. So we're year we're thirteen months out from the caucuses. But this is the note that they make and I think it's a really important one. The party has no single leader the Democratic Party, no obvious front runner. Now. I would argue that Bernie is the obvious front runner. I know that to others would argue the Joe Biden is the obvious front runner. I think both of them are fairly obvious for runners. But because Bernie nearly took down Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden was vice president for eight years. And has run for president. Like, I don't know how many times. Anyhow, they they continue. There is no broadly unifying ideology. I think that's the key to the whole thing is this is this is the moment when the Democratic Party decides. Whether it's a party that is progressive. Or whether it's just another political party in the in the bag in the pockets of of billionaires and big corporations, and they note that as this the Democratic Party has no broadly, unifying ideology isn't moves away from a quarter century of dominance by the Clinton's and Barack Obama who, you know, essentially have become modern day royalty and very very wealthy based on having been in the presidency, and and all this kind of stuff. So we wear is this going to go. What how do you think this is going to shake out? And and you know, what happens next. I.

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