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Astronauts Install New Solar Panels in 6-Hour Spacewalk on ISS
"Members of the International Space Station ventured outside of the SS around eight o'clock this morning Eastern time. The eight hour spacewalk included the installation of the solar array or I Rosa to upgrade the station's power supply. On the spacewalk, American astronaut chain Kimbrough and French aerospace engineer Thomas Biscay. And when they wrapped up, Kimbrough offered these words to his co workers on Earth real quick Before we go the flight and Capcom and all the other dads in the room healthy Father's Day. Thanks for working with us. On a Sunday and likewise we feel the same. Thank you for working with us. This was a great effort. You guys did fantastic out
Jordan's unprecedented palace drama moves to the courtroom
"Preventative of King Abdullah the second then a former royal court chief all set to take the stand in Jordan's upcoming trial of the century the two men not to be ushered into the defendant's cage at the state security courts to face charges of sedition and incitement they're accused of conspiring with the kings half brother prince Hamzah to foment unrest against the monarch Walsall's keeper foreign help what may have been seen as a family matter erupted into the public domain when hands that was placed under house arrest the move sent jitters through children and foreign capitals with western powers rallying behind the king he's considered an ally in an otherwise unstable region former information minister Muhammad on mommy's since the split in the family has repercussions for the whole country its unity and solidarity it's much linked also to the stability of the country I'm Karen Thomas
The Latest: Soccer stadiums double as UK vaccination sites
"Anti government protesters took to the streets across Brazil as the nation's Kevin nineteen death toll soared past half the median thousands gathered in Rio de Janeiro holding places implying thing gets help listeners and five hundred thousand deaths his phones similar marches took place in at least twenty two of Brazil's twenty six states the protests were prevented by opposition parties emboldened by the president's declining poll ratings as next year's presidential race names many of us in our supporters have held rallies over the past month to show their support for his decision to dismiss coronavirus restrictions in favor of protecting businesses critics say such measures have contributed to soaring death toll and a sluggish faxing campaign the country of some two hundred and thirteen million people is registering nearly a hundred thousand new infections and two hundred thousand deaths a day I'm Karen Thomas
Diplomats meet in Vienna for more Iran nuclear talks
"Talks between Iran and global powers continuous senior diplomats meets in Vienna to try to restore twenty fifteen you could deal sensitive from China Germany France Russia and Britain all together in a hotel in the Austrian capital their aim is to revive the landmark agreement to contain Iranian nuclear development Russian envoy me hand it would be an oft tweeted that an agreement on the restoration of the deal was within reach but not yet finalized there is no U. S. representative at the table because former U. S. president Donald trump pulled the U. S. I don't have the deal in twenty eighteen however president by this administration have shown willingness to rejoin the deal under certain times the U. S. delegation in Vienna is taking part in indirect talks with Iran with diplomats from the other world powers acting as go betweens I'm Karen Thomas
Bland, Henley Share Lead in a US Open That Is Really Open
"Russell Henley has maintained a share of the U. S. open late heading into the weekend I've never played this well in the U. S. open so I don't really have a good memory of what what the last few have been light besides maybe Shinnecock Handley after a seventy now joined at five under by forty eight year old brit Richard bland they hold a single shot played other lui use ties and Matthew Wolfe and to clear a Jon Rahm and Bubba Watson local favorite Xander Schauffele is among those at two under defending champion Bryson the sambo is in touch it even pot at the school he shares with Brooks Koepka Justin Thomas and Collin Morikawa I'm Graham like us
The Latest: Henley, Bland lead, Mickelson advances
"Russell Henley has maintained a share of the U. S. open late heading into the weekend and late after a seventy now joined at five under by forty eight year old brit Richard bland they hold a single shot played other lui use ties and Matthew Wolfe and to clear a Jon Rahm and Bubba Watson local favorite Xander Schauffele is among those at two under defending champion Bryson the sambo is in touch it even pot at the school he shares with Brooks Koepka Justin Thomas and Collin Morikawa nine Graham like us
Caller Thinks We Have an Idiot Problem, Courtesy of the Marxist Education System
"You just said that you despised Democrats. You know, we have a voting problem. No, we have an idiot problems, just like Shelby Steele set on your show. Talking about racism, he said. There's going to be racist. There's always gonna be idiots in our country. Unfortunately, this public school system run by the progressives have mass produced a full market generation of idiots. I've just got engaged in a conversation with my daughter. She's a rising sophomore in college, and she she decided she is in the vegetarian. I asked her why, and she started down the thing the environment corporations coach, so I kept going and going and going. I said Thanks, she goes. No, I don't really think that's true. I was like, no, it is true and I have the facts. I can show you. I've got the receipt of them, Bongino says. That's like I'll show you the receipt and I'll prove it to you. And basically what? It boiled down to acid. So you're you're in favor of Marxism said. Basically, the things you don't like cattle shed what corporations are bad. I said, Well, corporations are the poster child of capitalism with that, well, they can do better. They can They make lots of money. They can do this. So what They have all that money and they got to put it out there not going to be able to continue to thrive. So, basically, nobody is going to have anything if you do that, and well, I don't think that's true. Well, I do. So you don't know anything about economics, Correct? No, Not really. All right. I'm in the book story right now looking for I've lost my copy of Thomas Souls Basic economics in a basement club. Find a new copy of that, and because of their just complete ignorance of everything and not learning anything. I'm buy three copies of American Marxism tonight because my kids despite everything I've said, think I'm the dumbest guy in the world. Yet I'm the one who's out there hitting the streets busting my tail, making a paycheck, making away keeping a roof over the head clothes on their back and a Braille against everything that my country and I stand for. Absolutely brilliant statement
US-Canada border restrictions extended until July 21
"Most people looking to cross the US border into Canada we're going to have to wait a little longer Canada is extending its border restrictions on non essential travel until July twenty first with less than twenty percent of Canadians fully vaccinated prime minister Justin Trudeau says it's a matter of getting covert nineteen case numbers down Canada's targets for loosening the restrictions are seventy five percent of the population vaccinated with the first dose and at least twenty percent vaccinated with the second Trudeau says while a fully vaccinated person is protected against hospitalization others around them may not be even some Canadian provinces remain close to each other Ontario and Quebec only opened this week in Atlantic Canada will be close to the rest of the country well into July I'm Ben Thomas
Biden Signs Juneteenth Bill yet Has Done Damage to the Black Community and Others
"So here's Biden The White House today. Now, remember what I told you about Biden? Biden is a street Politician is a thug. He's a chameleon. Is a nasty Ignorant man. Has clawed his way. Up the ladder. He has done things that are outrageous. Two people, including a black man by the name of Clarence Thomas, for which he gets a pass. He did things to terror read. Which would simply dismissed Which As part of the definition of rape doesn't matter. Doesn't matter. He has said things about black people that nobody would even think of saying and he has said it many times. No problem. No problem. He's a plagiarist. He's a liar. No problem. Why Because ladies and gentlemen, he is the vessel through which they're pushing their agenda and they don't care. They don't care if his brain dead they don't care. He's the guy. And he's performing. As they wish. Him to perform. And here's something else. Biden does know instinctively. As long as he hangs hard left. As long as he does the bidding of the American Marxists. The teachers unions. The open border immigration groups. Massive spending Bernie Sanders Marxists. As long as he does all these things and more, he's untouchable. The media won't touch him. And he won't be criticized. And he can go light his way through four years of the presidency. No matter how Handicapped he is mentally or otherwise it
'Obamacare' survives: Supreme Court dismisses big challenge
"The Supreme Court has dismissed another challenge to the Obama era health care law preserving insurance coverage for millions of Americans the Supreme Court has just ruled the ACA is here to stay Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer was quick to hail the ruling by seven to two vote the justices left the entire affordable Care Act intact ruling that Texas and others who sued to have it scrapped failed to show they have the standing to attack it as unconstitutional they've gone after the laws mandate that people have health insurance or pay a penalty but that requirement became toothless when Congress reduced the penalty to zero four years ago meanwhile poll suggests the law has grown in popularity something president Biden and other Democrats like Schumer are looking to build on and now we're gonna try to make it bigger and better established once and for all affordable healthcare as a basic right of every American citizen Ben Thomas Washington
Scotch Whisky Makers Welcome Suspension of Costly US Tariffs
"Scott single malt whisky makers and drinkers can breathe a sigh of relief because the US has agreed to suspend tariffs on the Scottish exports the move comes after a long standing trade route between the US and the E. U. has been resolved president Donald Trump and pays the twenty five percent tariffs in October twenty nineteen that's part of the trade dispute to the aerospace subsidies well the U. K. no longer is any member it belongs to the block when the tires were introduced the Scotch whisky association estimates that the tariffs led to a thirty percent full in total exports to the U. S. that's about the same as eight hundred and fifty million dollars since March twenty twenty one Karen Thomas landed
High court dismisses challenge to Obama health law
"The Supreme Court has dismissed a challenge to the Obama era health care law by seven to two vote the justices left the entire law intact ruling that Texas other Republican led states and two individuals had no right to bring their lawsuit in federal court the law's major provisions include protections for people with pre existing health conditions a range of no cost preventative services and the expansion of the Medicaid program that ensures lower income people including those who work in jobs that don't pay much or provide health insurance also left in place is the laws now toothless requirement that people have health insurance or pay a penalty Congress rendered that provision irrelevant four years ago when it reduced the penalty to zero Ben Thomas Washington
China Launches First Crew to Live on New Space Station
"China has launched a three man crew to its new space station and it's fast man mission in five years blasting off into bright blue skies with near perfect visibility the rocket headed into space from the Jiuquan launch center in northwest in China on the edge of the Gaby deficits the three astronauts traveling in that sense twelve spaceship docked with China's C. H. chan his space station about six hours off to takeoff the two veteran astronauts and a new common making his best space flights will stay in the main living compartment of the core module for three months the mission marks a milestone in the country's ambitious space program I'm Karen Thomas
Internet Outages Briefly Disrupt Access to Dozens of Websites, Apps
"Dozens of financial institutions and lines and other companies around the globe were hit by a wave of brief internet's hostages the outage hit especially hard in Australia where many people were unable to do online banking access postal services internet monitoring website said that many disruptions took place including two U. S. based airlines even the Hong Kong stock exchange was not spent as it posted on Twitter that fight was facing technical problems about seventeen minutes later it announced it was back up and running many services were resumed after a narrow side but the affected companies said they were working overtime to prevent further problems I'm Karen Thomas
Soul Therapy with Thomas Moore
"Care of the soul is a book. I have read probably ten times at this point. And i continue to revisit it. Thank you that. And i am about three quarters of the way through soul therapy and i've loved it so far. Oh excellent. i'm so glad and is so therapy out now. Can we get it. Yes it came out yesterday. I think less congratulations the twenty fifth foot everyday. That was two days ago. Now thank you okay. So the mindful min- is in essence. A meditation podcast. We talk about the how the why the what of meditation and i thought before we jump into the book. I just wondered if maybe you could share a little bit about your own. Reflective practices meditative practices are or stillness practices. If you have any sure absolutely so you know that. When i was young i was a monk and for thirteen years and so i studied meditation. Then and i've meditated probably an hour and a half day those thirteen years so that was kind of empty meditation with the call. It kinda fun though focus But anyway it was quite wonderful. And now i've changed though i've changed in my taste my ideas and I have learned. I think mainly from henry. David thorough air comment. That really stuck with me. I read them a lot and yet a comment that That for him it was important to compost contemplate within nature to go out and they turn contemplates a for him but that was the most important thing and what i got from that that and fits in with my larger philosophy that it's important to be contemporary tive of by the way that phrase i prefer to to tour i prefer bit contemplates in that today because it suggests contemplating something and i liked the idea of being in the world with your spirituality to be in the world to make it a worldly not just separate i think anything that separate world from spirit as a really is a mistake. That's caused a lot of trouble.
Fed Sees Faster Time Frame for Rate Hikes as Inflation Rises
"The federal reserve is sending a new signal on interest rates fed policymakers are forecasting they'll raise the central bank's benchmark short term rate twice by late twenty twenty three that's sooner than previous forecasts which signaled no hike likely before twenty twenty four the fed's low interest rate policies have helped fuel a swift rebound from the recession brought on by the corona virus pandemic they've also coincided with rising inflation the central bank boosted its forecast for inflation to three point four percent by the end of this year in a statement following its latest policy meeting the fed also says it expects the corona virus pandemic will have a diminishing affect on the economy as vaccinations increase and Thomas Washington
Space Station Gets New Solar Arrays in Spacewalk
"Of giving their home a power upgrade two astronauts on the international space station or putting on their walking boots this morning, American Shane Kimbrough and French astronaut Thomas Biscay will install the first of two brand new solar rays during a plan 6.5 hour spacewalk. The arrays roll out Kind of like a carpet. They arrive packed away in canisters aboard a SpaceX dragon just a few weeks ago, they're much smaller than the station's current set of a raise. But new technology makes these more powerful and more efficient astronauts installed the first of the old ones 20 years ago. Another spacewalk Sunday as planned to install the second new array, with four more to come during the next three years.
Israeli Airstrikes in Gaza Strip
"Israeli aircraft have carried out a series of air strikes on militant sites in the Gaza Strip the first such raids since shaky ceasefire ended the war with Thomas last month the Israeli ministry says the nighttime strikes targeted facilities used by Hamas the meetings to plan attacks and blamed the group for any act of violence emanating from Gaza Palestinians in Gaza responded by launching in century balloons that caused at least ten fires in southern Israel there be no immediate reports of casualties in the areas concerned on Tuesday Israeli ultranationalist some chanting death to Arabs paraded in East Jerusalem in a show of force that threatens to spark renewed violence I'm Charles de Ledesma
"thomas w. o" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids
"Take a moment to cover your ears so you can hear anything. How does it feel to not be able to hear anything at all. It'd be difficult to know what was going on and to be able to communicate with others right tonight. We're going to talk about a very successful businessman and inventor who on his twelfth birthday developed hearing problems and became completely deaf in one ear. Thomas edison thomas alva. Edison was born in forty seven and milan ohio but in eighteen fifty four. His family decided to move to port. Huron michigan where he was raised. Thomas was the seventh child and the youngest in his family. He was home schooled by his mother and then attended public school but only for a short time for whatever reason thomas struggled in school so as teachers thought he wasn't smart enough and so his mother decided to teach him herself. She taught him how to read and write. Sometimes people who struggle in school don't have problems they just don't do well in a normal school setting. This was the case with edison and the genius. Albert einstein ran into the same problems after a while. Thomas developed a love for books. He read a lot and taught himself on his own as a child. He was amazed at technology and new inventions in started spending long hours working on experiments at home. Thomas loved to tinker and try new things. He would try different ways to solve a problem until they figured it out. This is called tinkering and one way that inventors can solve problems. When thomas was twelve he became completely deaf in one ear and develop a hearing problem in the second ear to but what was it i a handicap ended up being helpful to thomas. His hearing problem allowed him to concentrate on his work because he wasn't able to hear things properly out side. Noise was not able to distract him from his work. And as a result he went on to become one of the greatest inventors in history with one thousand and ninety three inventions. When thomas was young he decided to sell candy newspapers and vegetables on the trains running between port. Huron and detroit one day. A young boy was on the train tracks. Thomas spotted him and pulled him off the tracks saving his life. The train officials took notice and offered thomas the job of a telegraph operator. The telegraph is a device that was used to send messages at distances using a wire before the telephone was invented. Thomas was earning good money by the time he was thirteen. But most of the money went to buying equipment for his electric and chemical experiments. He had always been very hard working. He hit also been selling newspapers on the street and at nineteen decided to work for the newspaper newswire. He asked to work at night so he could spend the daytime hours on his experiments and reading thomas was so into his work he even did experiments while working on the job in one accident caused by sulfuric acid. He lost his job. Edison started his own company in october. Eighteen sixty nine next. Let's talk about some of thomas edison's world changing inventions at the age of twenty two. Thomas invented electric vote recorder. He also developed a multiplex telegraphic system which could send two delegates messages at the same time. Thomas is most famous invention came in the year. Eighteen seventy nine. when he built his first light bulb. It took a very long time to figure it out and he had many technicians working on the project. Until got it right. They tried hundreds of different materials until they found the best one for the light bulb. This invention famous inventor across the world and even today many people know edison for this invention alone. The light bulb anisimov was granted. A right known as patent for the motion picture camera known as the connecticut scope. This was one of the first devices for watching movies with this motion camera. Edison also had a film studio and made around twelve hundred films. Some of the film's names. Were fred ott sneeze. The kiss the great train robbery alice's adventures in wonderland. And the i frankenstein film in. Nineteen ten edison won several medals like the msci metal in eighteen eighty seven. It's an italian medal. Given to a person who is an expert in the field of physics and the edward longstreth melville in eighteen ninety nine for the encouragement of invention in eighteen ninety. He was chosen as a member of the famous royal swedish academy of sciences in the united states. Their buildings and bridges named after one particularly the town of edison and thomas edison state university both in new jersey. There's also a bridge in the state of new jersey. Florida and ohio named after edison author known as the edison bridges. Thomas edison invented many things but his work was not easy on december tenth. Nineteen fourteen in the evening. A massive fire broke out in his laboratory at west orange new jersey. Edison was called and quickly rushed to his lab. The fire was so fierce that burn more than half of the laboratory and it was very hard to put out. Edison stood and watched his years of research work. Burn to ashes. Everyone was worried. That edison would not be able to recover from the shock but instead edison peacefully walked over to his son and told him go. Get your mother and her friends. They'll never see a fire like this again. His son can believe it at went on to say it's alright. We just got rid of a lot of rubbish. Although i'm over sixty seven years old i'll start again tomorrow. True to his word the very next day. Thomas edison got to work rebuilding the lab to do incredible things. We need to be resilient enough to bear disaster and setbacks resilience means to get back up when we've had setbacks we've gotta love what we do in life we have to find happiness and everything that occurs because of edison's positive thinking he was able to start working again even with setbacks and create so many useful inventions sins life teaches us that everyone has challenges. But if we don't lose hope and remain confident enough we can move mountains. Remember thomas edison. Next time you have something difficult happen and you wonder if you can keep going. We hope you enjoyed this episode about thomas. Edison be sure to tune in next monday for a new episode..
"thomas w. o" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Cal thomas. Is our guest written ten books including blinded by might talking about the role of the moral majority in american politics in the eighties. You were vice. President of moral majority from eighty to eighty five. Where is the moral majority today. Well it's It is no more as an organization but these kinds of Improvement movements crop up In every generation we've had the moral improvement moral rearmament There have been There was an anti cigarette movement That that tracked with prohibition in the nineteen twenties so they're always been these Efforts through the political system to improve the moral and cultural condition of the country but all of them fail because they They failed to address the central problem which in this Easter week holy week People focus more on perhaps than they do at any other time which is a inner condition Called sin and nobody can reach that. Except for god and and So while all of these movements were well intentioned as was the moral majority trickle-down morality from washington. No matter who is in there Because that's not where the problem is and it's not where the solution is either. Even though some politicians continue to promote that notion but is there in need for a way to give voice to evangelical christians in america in in a more powerful consolidated manner to sort of combat some of the policies of the left that are seemingly and attacking the church. Well there's no Well several things that question first of all there's no greater power than the gospel itself. It's the only power to salvation and it is the only power that can actually change your life. I have had very very few. Probably count them on one hand without exaggerating Write me and say you know. I used to be a liberal democrat. But i've been so persuaded by the power of your arguments in your column that. I'm now a conservative republican. That just doesn't happen But i have had many people who i've had the privilege As we say of leading to. Jesus christ Be transformed by the renewing of their minds and have a different worldview because they see the world differently a- as far as The persecution of the church. I mean even jesus of nazareth said they persecuted me. They're gonna persecute us so that that comes to the package. It's it's how we respond to persecution. I think that is the most important thing. And if you're persecuted for doing the right thing then you should rejoice because you stand it along lineup of prophets who have gone before if you're persecuted for being a jerk then you deserve it but the moral majority did good work and i think the influence and the ability elect candidates and pushing agenda was very useful in that time. Don't you well sure. But it didn't last. I mean we have there's still abortions going on there. Things of advanced in the in the marriage category. We have transgenders. Now we have the polygamists who After the supreme court ruling that same sex marriage was predicted by the constitution. The polygamists now say they want to be next You've got Taxpayer funding of abortions Under under biden You have now All of this Diversity business even in the military I just reading a story. From today's washington times american seals green berets and delta force. Are now going to get their first ever. Inclusions are well. I always thought that the military was about fighting and winning wars and breaking stuff. But now we're gonna get inclusion czars. And they're making uniforms now for that will fit pregnant women in the military. I mean we. We've gone crazy. Because as i say my book america's expiration day we've lost. We've lost our center. We can no longer defined right from wrong because everybody has their own personal truth and as long as your truth makes you happy. Even if it's the opposite of somebody else's truth it's okay. Because happiness and fulfillment are now our highest calling. I remember something. The late roman catholic bishop Fulton sheen said many years ago. And before things really got that he said america doesn't suffer from intolerances. Some charge america suffers some tolerance of virtually everything. And that is a problem. If you stand for everything you stand for nothing when you look back over your career and there have been public health. Crises there've been issues of public health. That took over from age to all any number of things. What is your reaction to what happened. Not just the pandemic or how. It started chinese role in it. But how we responded as a government and as a people well i think that you know here's joe biden now trying to take credit for these hundred some tens of millions of people who have been vaccinated and he wants to hundred million by the end of may or whatever it is but he gives absolutely no credit to president trump who who authored Warp speed as he called it and prodded these drug companies pfizer burner. Zenica johnson johnson to Speed up the creation and delivery of these vaccines the word. Unprecedented is overused. But this certainly wasn't precedent that no other vaccine that i'm aware of Ever has come to market has come to universal's us faster than than these vaccines and i think much of the credit goes trump and i think it would be very gracious and helpful to the president the current president to at least acknowledge that as you know that is something he is incapable of. Doing that is unfortunate because dr fauci is is seeming to claim credit for that. And i have one minute left. That was my final question for you. If you're sitting in the audience where she's given a press conference what you ask him. Well first of all i would say. Why can't we get a second opinion. I mean i in medicine you always get more than one opinion. The the media you know if it civil rights in the past. They only turn to jesse jackson. And now it's al sharpton as if they speak for all african americans and now in medicine. They turned to dr fauci. Well there are other doctors out there with various opinions on this pandemic and whether it was a good idea to shut down the country and whether we can safely open now especially with people who have actually they have been vaccinated can show their cards like i can And yet The and the best way to improve the economy of course is to open it again. So i would You know i would put. Why can't we get in a second opinion. Why are you the only one. And there are people within the nih. By the way who do not fully agree. With all of your pronouncements. Why can't we hear from them. And i think the media ought to go out and interview of these people but of course they don't 'cause it's easier just pick one guy and make him the face of the entire Battle against the pandemic thomas. You are wonderful breath. Afraid air bags. Thank you for being our guest by pleasure. Dr fauci says your children shouldn't be out playing with other kids without a mask coming up. The like very show continues..
"thomas w. o" Discussed on 710 WOR
"On 163rd Street in the Melrose section. L was rushed to Lincoln Hospital but could not be saved. The victim's devastated sister told the Daily News. Hill worked at a sweet green and that neighbors have been coming by to comfort her. He'll have been arrested in May and charged with attempted murder for allegedly shooting a man. Hill was due back in court next month. Lisa's cell body W. O R News and also we're seeing this morning that a 33 year old man was gunned down outside of a housing complex in Brooklyn David Folk, Thomas has more Governor Andrew Cuomo, releasing the latest vaccination numbers for the state on Sunday. After eight weeks of vaccinations, the state is now given shots to more than 1.6 million residents, with more than a half million of them also receiving their second dose. 924,000 of the total number of doses administered in the state have gone to residents of New York City. While the state's weekly allotment of doses from the federal government has increased lately, Cuomo says New York still Needs more David Folk. Thomas W. O R New and David Talking about coronavirus, New Jersey is reporting another case of the UK virus very and this time it was reported in a resident out of the northward of Trenton City. Officials there made the announcement over the weekend, saying the individual has since tested negative, and another person in their household was undergoing the Same batch of testing the first two cases of the same variant, but it's just not to spread faster and more easily were reported to the state on the 22nd of January. The flow of water has stopped following a sinkhole, which swallowed up an SUV. It was Sunday morning in North Philly when streams began shooting into the air just about 20 minutes away from the New Jersey State line. There was the result of a 12 inch water main break Me or Einstein Medical Center. Crews responded and were able to shut off the H 20. No word yet on the driver's condition, the vehicle itself did not appear to be in great disrepair. Millions of consumers nationwide reporting in extra unexpected cost added to several bills that businesses.
"thomas w. o" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Good morning. I'm Paul into Castro Governor Andrew Cuomo says New York needs an increase of its weekly supply of the Corona virus vaccine, or it'll take months just to vaccinate residents. 65 older, almost speaking at a pop up vaccination site at the William Reid Apartments in Brooklyn Saturday morning, saying the process to vaccinate seven million eligible People will be a long 17 million at 250,000 doses a week. This is going to take us 15 16 17 weeks, Cuomo says The state has been administering 80,000 shots a day but has the capacity to vaccinate 100,000 Day if the federal government can increase the state's weekly supply. David Folk. Thomas W. O R News, a California resident who was vaccinated against Kobe 19 died just hours later, and authorities are trying to find That why the Placer County Sheriff's Office announcing the death and the investigation Saturday in a Facebook post but gave few details. Police say the county, which is in the greater Sacramento area. Was recently notified of the person's death. The person who tested positive for coronavirus in December and have been vaccinated just hours before dying on January 21st. A Texas man who stormed the capital is now charged with threatening to assassinate Alexandria, Ocasio Cortez as well as a Capitol police officer. Federal agents arrested Garret Miller this week on charges of trespassing and making death threats. Court documents say Miller allegedly tweeted assassinate AOC. He also posted that the officer who fatally shot a trump supporter deserves to die. Frustrated parents and students gathered on Saturday and Marlborough, New Jersey, demanding their schools We opened for in person learning this mother of a first grader was told her daughter is a full year behind academically..
"thomas w. o" Discussed on 710 WOR
"New York 17. W O R an I heart radio stations. It's 32 degrees at six o'clock and good morning. I'm Joe Bartlett back to school today for elementary school students in the city. No word. Yet, though, on when middle and high school students are going to return DiBlasio releasing the latest cove in 19 numbers Sunday morning, with the positivity rate creeping up to 5.12% on a seven day rolling average that's up from 5% the previous day. Meanwhile, elementary schools are scheduled to welcome back students into the classroom Monday, more than two weeks after schools Were ordered closed after the city's positivity rate reached 3% students will now be tested weekly instead of monthly, David Folk. Thomas W. O R News, another records and New Jersey over 6000 new cases reported yesterday. And starting today, outdoor gatherings limited to just 25 people. Health and Human Services Secretary. Alexander believes there could be an FDA authorization for a Corona virus vaccine very soon within days, know of any reason why the system is is in any way off track. If things are on track, the advisory committee goes well, I believe we could see FDA authorization within days. Majority of New York City. Firefighters say they won't take the vaccine to survey finds only 45% of firefighters say they will Andrew Ans Bro is with the Uniformed Firefighters Association, even in isolated farm houses that have spikes. And so far, the department hasn't been willing to isolate firehouses during the second wave. In the first week. It reached the point that where we did that The vaccine is coming.
"thomas w. o" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
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"thomas w. o" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Of course was the attorney general under President Reagan and a senior legal fellow at the center, which is part of the Institute for Constitutional. Government at our beloved Heritage Foundation, which they're building isn't as cool as the CATO building, but it's a great organization nevertheless. Thomas Gyping is our guest and that's what we're going to talk about. So I Thomas what exactly for the layperson that didn't go to law school as you did, what is court packing? Well I think it's important. For people to know that. Court packing. Didn't just get invented. The phrase and where it comes from. is actually quite all this is not the first time around this block. What it refers to is. increasing the size of a court particularly the Supreme Court by creating more positions. So that, you can then those positions with justices who you think will rule a particular way on issues that you care about. So it's changing the institution itself. this is very different from the ordinary job that the president and the Senate have of filling vacancies when judges choose to retire that happens all the time. Across the judiciary not just the Supreme Court? congress decides How many judges how many judgeships are on each court how they're distributed? You know that kind of thing. The ones that set and and Congress determines the right number. Basically, by the the needs of the court, like the case loads that a court has and and how many judges do they need to do the job right. So. That's what. That's what happens in the ordinary course of. The way our system of government works sometimes though you know a president Doesn't like what the Supreme Court is doing. and. They WANNA be able to fill vacancies with judges who will do things differently. That's natural. Question is what are they gonNA do about it well. Nineteen Thirties. President Franklin Roosevelt got elected in nineteen thirty two and he promised that the federal government was gonNA. Bring us out of the Great Depression. That was going to require a lot of authority by Congress over the economy. And they started passing this new deal legislation but the Supreme Court kept striking it down. They said, the federal government doesn't have that much authority over the constitution. Roosevelt gets reelected in a landslide nineteen, thirty six and he says, well, why don't we pass legislation to expand the Supreme Court his Bill that he wanted to pursue would've added up to six more justices up to fifteen total. That way he could appoint judges who would uphold his new deal legislation. Well. His Own Democrats in Congress I worked in the Senate for fifteen years before I came to the Heritage Foundation on the Senate Judiciary Committee and In recent years, you know the majority party has maybe less a two three four vote margin. Well, in Franklin Roosevelt's second term, the Senate was divided seventy eight to sixteen Democrats. You know essentially ruled the roost but it was his Democrats who said, no, we can't do it that way we can't just because you don't like what the Supreme Court is doing. You can't try to create a new Supreme Court. You can't try to add justices not because the court needs them not because the case load is overwhelming or something like that. It's only because you want to manipulate the court to get the decisions that you want. And that's going to destroy the independence of the courts..
"thomas w. o" Discussed on 710 WOR
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"thomas w. o" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"Review Okay. So lots of very interesting extra biblical, Thomas sources that I wanNA talk about. So Jamie you mentioned the acts of Thomas, knocks humans mentioned the gospel of Thomas. There's also a book of called the Book of Thomas The contender, which is sort of part of the gospel of Thomas, and then there's also the Infancy Gospel of Thomas, should we warn the listeners right now that in the breakdown of the way that you're GonNa Gentle, rebuke us that you get all the way to sub sub new Roman numeral eight I don't like that you spin the Roman outline actions of one of them has eight subway's very thorough. Okay. So I the gospel of Thomas or the Secret Gospel of Thomas. So it's like the secret sayings of Jesus it was recorded by a person named Judas Thomas. You guys talked about it sounds like he recorded him like with his. Right right. Now it could have been written anywhere between sixty and two hundred and fifty eighty. It's hard to date because we'll talk about this a minute it's not it's a sayings Gospel. It's not a narrative gospel sue is recorded, but we don't win. It was written right? Right exactly. Ca like originally we have copies or whatnot So if it was written after one, hundred, twenty ad, it wouldn't have been eligible canonization simply due to being written after the canonization pro nothing else has been added after one twenty eighty every much. Yeah. Yes. Sure. You get it it was discovered in Egypt. It doesn't directly point to Jesus's divinity, but it also doesn't like not do that. It's just kind of vague It is a sayings Gospel this was a this was a popular way to record famous teachers teachings at the time. So not a biography, not a narrative It's possible throwback to last. Bible Benge. Classic Episode Peter That The Gospel of Thomas could have been Q. Source again, knock you non. I know you don't like you don't. You I feel like that's a marketing problem because it's called Q. and you're like you would open us up to a lot of blonde women would would. So, not to knock, she mentioned that it's potentially a point by point breakdown that John is a point by point breakdown of like a real Sassy takedown. Exactly. I'M GONNA. I'm GONNA give a little tease here that It's like an image booze of what's coming in the extended gentle rebuke where I'm going to tell you the crazy place where Thomas Skull ended up..
"thomas w. o" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"This is like the first guy who's like. Completely aware and believing in the divinity of Jesus like he's calling this out in the Gospel. There have been like allusions to it, but he's the one he's honest. Wanted to be like I didn't believe now. Do I know you're the guy you're the guy and then Yeah. And then Jesus told him because you've seen me have believed blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed verse thirty Jesus for many other. Okay God. This is maybe the most frustrating thing of red. US for many other signs in the president cycles. which are recorded in this book my man I mean like you couldn't give me a list or something point. Matthew did when he gave us the whole leg. Jews afflicted it to get that. He invented tiktok dances. He punched the tiger. Like all this cool stuff. But no John's like this was enough for you like you should like this verse thirty one. But these are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah the son of God and by believing you may have life in his name. So I like that this is feels like very final and then he goes on to write more chapter. Away no let's talk a little bit more. Did you want encore? Okay let's do that. So what happen to Thomas? Do we know? Well. There's a lot of none of its confirmable from what I saw like verifiable. I did see the ideas that he went to India and came the apostle of India There's some crazy stories about like the a a royalty figure gave him money to build a house and Thomas give to the poor and was like. I built the house for you and have a man. and. The king was product. Okay you gave. A physical house though, but there's some really cool fun stories. So I saw that the Axel Thomas say that he was martyred in a mild poor India where he was stabbed with spears. Yeah, and then Syrian Christians tradition specifies that he was. Martyred and killed with a spear. Yeah and then there's an early calendar entry that reads Saint Thomas who was pierced with a lance in India. Okay. So he feels like he got. Yeah. Phil. Johnson Lake. John We know will not he will be the one who does not get murder. He gets to live out his days like at a sandals resort. and so it's interesting that resented him for that I? Don't know there's in heaven for that. Can you resent heaven I hope. So I like resentments. You gotta be free of now. I don't. I do I do it's true. He is a quick break type I wonder sponsors get Wisdom Bible Studies. We don't have time for fluff in.
"thomas w. o" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"Slash bobble bench. Thank you and now back to the ship. Now. Thomasson is one of twelve was not with the disciples when Jesus came I twenty five so that others told him we've seen the Lord, but he said to them this Thomas, unless I see the nail marks in his hands, put my finger where the nails were and put my hand and to aside I will not believe. So we have we have. The this is the totality of the Thomas Experience in the New Testament. You know he's obviously doing other things but this is where I feel like we get either fairly unfairly kind of his vibe I think we unfairly okay. So couple of things first of a set up question. So it says now Thomas was not win the deal with the disciples. So he has not Holy Spirit and all these other guys have spirit. Yes. What's that about? Is it like a tag situation or you had to be in the room to get that right see when he walks in the Holy Spirit like, Oh, just take a deep breath Y- you're here now here. So I'm very curious about we we're is the Holy Spirit does Thomas ever get you have to wait 'til pentecost sure. What happens to Thomas in the situation Erin dummy does he breathe in an era? It's going to be like do not know I don't care no one tears. The spirit, these other guys are like because I feel like the Holy Spirit will bring a chill vibe because it's free fruits are peace patience kindness gentleness self control. Yes and now Thomas is going to be like still freaking the freak out. And plus what we know. Okay. So contacts, we know from Luke Luke, which does not talk about this Thomas Experience, but he talks about right before this that I think it's in Luke twenty four that he says when they got back from the May told all these things to the eleventh. These are the women right and they They told all who told this to the apostles we've seen Jesus and it says, but they did not believe. The women because there were seemed like nonsense. Okay. So it's not just Thomas who doesn't believe it's other people in the room and also the disciples who were freaking the freak out in the room. Right? There's a gre- of disbelief there at everything that has been told in like four told them and they knew this was coming. They're still not knowing how to conduct. That's right and that's why I think when it gets there and it's like. What what what what what and I think there are other gathering like, yeah. Yeah. We we same. We didn't get to see like it did seem like that ghost we saw in the water when the the story Peter While Lady Ghost. Yeah, she knows. What it felt like I don't really know but what we know about Thomas. Okay. So we talked about that. He's in the Bible eight timeline. We've got the four times and he's in a list. We've got the one time that he goes fishing. So he might be a fisherman right? We have this one and we have two other times, and so one of the Times is when Jesus figuring out that Lazarus has dot..
"thomas w. o" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"Is this correct that So there were five appearances of Jesus on this day. It was to marry this other women. It was two people on a May to Peter and into all these disciples. Yeah. Man That's a busy day busy day for Jay z listen you are resurrected and feeling good I'm rusted advocation lay. Off I had three days I. Really, diverse. I'm literally ever right subversive when he won again Jesus peace be with you as the father sent me I'm sending you verse twenty two and without he breathed on them weird said, receive the Holy Spirit if you forgive anyone sends their sins are forgiven if you do not forgive them, they're not forgiven. So a lot of things happen he's breathing on them and we're talking about the Holy Spirit. It's not weird because it shouldn't be weird it is weird verbiage fair but fair, but he's just talked about this in fourteen. So he has sat down with them in detail. I'm leaving and they're like wet I'm like, yeah I gotTa remember all the Times of told you. I gotta go. I gotTA. Go like for real it's happening now. And then he's like, but don't worry you know like you're mad and your side and I've just rebuke you. Peter. But. I'M GONNA send somebody a Minnesota counselor. Yes. You and the and then he's like look breed the money not burr breath it's like how dare you suggest I just feel like John. I think John The linguists the poet could have been like he bequeathed upon them he and furled the glory of. Not Giving the Bible notes but if I was a that might be I like I. Like the idea that he breathed than they were like, what is that what you're doing did? It smells that pepper. Like amber I don't know I think it's like warm cookies. Virtually, for now, Thomas also parentheses also noticed. Did US why did he did that? You think he's just trying to clarify or just be like this guy he just got. He did. Like he well, you know, I have a long history of being fascinated by twins. You're not necessarily loving twins being really confused by the genetics of it all and I feel like John has a twin issue the he's like now twin also known as twin. It's the whole thing I feel like it's twin also knows to him at Jim face the camera and you can't trust twins because there's another one of them out there like just roaming around with him. He is a quick break to talk about one of our sponsors. The Lazy Genius Way a crowd favourite here at the podcast media group Kendra Adachi is helping us be a genius about the things matter and lazy about the things that don't her new book. The Lazy Genius Way is available right now wherever books are sold the lazy genius way is a self help book for people who are tired of reading self help books and Y'all she cracked the code with her thirteen lazy genius principles. She kindly walks us through how to create the life. We want not the life we're told we should want. And approachable principles like ask the magic question decide once and schedule rest they sound simple. But altogether can change your life discover a better way to approach relationships work and piles.
"thomas w. o" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"Your host Koi Johnny's always wanted to put her fingers or the nails worst even golden. Sound I. Don't mean a weird. that. Okay here's the deal, the Bible Bench, the show retake stories from the Bible and we recap them as though they were maybe book for its mission. Now, we say movie booker TV show because that's what we usually do on our other show about pop culture, the podcast with Knox and Jamie where we talk about popular culture sacrilege every Wednesday, and before we begin, we just want to be clear that the Bible. Has No agenda The show as a meant to be evangelical for cereal, which thing to the Bible has some super dope stories I wanNA talk more about them and voice that as more every man or every woman, the conversation will take place sodas meant to be more casual, not a disrespect but in an effort to better understand the story tenth season of the Bible Bench is all about that rag tag group. Of adoring Acolytes we lovingly referred to as the disciples to make sure you get every episode of the season had straight to wherever you listen to podcasts and subscribe to our show plus don't forget to follow along with us on instagram and twitter at the Bible. Finally here at the Bible meant, we urge you to love others as you love yourself and share the show on social media and if you WANNA. Fall along as we go, the main biblical Scripture sobral cover is John Twenty versus nineteen through thirty one are Jamie get tougher Tommy tally time Tommy were you excited? I'm very excited. I've been waiting a long time for this episode. This is your this. Would you argue that this is your favorite one like your top five favorite characters in the Bible number one number one of men you know Jesus obviously Jesus. But like of mortal men, that's my guy and right before we hit record you said we'll never talk about Thomas again so like Well he'd just seized us not mentioned a lot in the Bible. Sorry. This. Is his moment to shine hard the deal I. Guess. Okay. So in this story, we obviously have two primary characters that we're dealing with. We have. Jesus who of course, as you know, we do not cast out of respect for ourselves. And then Thomas, we have Thomas he mentioned eight times in the New Testament which could sound like a lot of those times are just GonNa, list of names of people who are disciple. So He is one of the twelve main disciples of Jesus. He might be a fisherman we don't really know job he just in one of those other for mentions it's like he went fishing with the fishermen. So been recreational kind of information we don't know we don't know. His name. Let's talk about Thomas's name which is very complicated. Now, we as a group of people have decided his name was Thomas but here's the problem..
"thomas w. o" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Degrees at five o'clock. Good evening. I'm Lisa Salvati, and here's what's happening. At least six people shot in New York City, one of them fatally. During the early morning hours. The New York Post reports that a 23 year old man was fatally shot in the chest around 3:30 a.m. In Long Island City. A double shooting in Elmhurst left to men in their twenties, both wounded and one in the Bronx, left a 51 year old man and a 48 year old man with gunshot wounds in the Harlem, A 29 year old man was also shot. All five victims suffered non life threatening injuries. So far this week, there have been 38 shootings, compared to 16 for the same period last year. Meantime, the Guardian Angels are heading to Manhattan's Upper West Side after founder Courteously OIR rips NYPD brass for allowing the neighborhood to deteriorate. David Folk, Thomas reports sleep What tells the New York Post that 60 members of the unarmed Crime prevention organization will be assigned to the Upper West Side in different shifts. The once extremely safe neighborhood has seen a drastic increase in crime, coinciding with the recent placement of more than 600 homeless individuals. In several boutique hotels with drug addicts and registered sex offenders. Among them slowly was, says Police Commissioner Dermot Shea lives in the neighborhood but has done nothing to increase the NYPD. His presence there to try to stop the spiking crime. David Folk. Thomas W. O R News. New York's Koven 19 infection rate is the lowest the state has seen since the pandemic began. Governor. Cuomo released the latest numbers, he says out of 65,812 tests performed yesterday, 515 were positive. That's a 5150.78% infection rate. Total hospitalizations are at 548 7 people died. Meantime, the governor reacting to President Trump's Corona virus executive orders A. B C's Mark Rima LORD, reports President Trump signed for executive orders this weekend, one of which provides an additional $400 a week to unemployment benefits. A stop. Gap is thesixty $100 a week benefit expired last month. But since Congress has appropriated any more money, the order requires states to foot, 25%. New York's governor, Andrew Cuomo. You can't now say two states who have no funding and you have to pay 25% of unemployment insurance cost. Congress, meanwhile, cannot reach an agreement for a new stimulus measure. Mark Malard, ABC NEWS NEW YORK There's new guidance on how mothers should approach breastfeeding amid the Koven 19 pandemic. ABC is Brian Clark has details. New research shows that breastfeeding poses minimal risk of spreading Covad 19 to a newborn baby, even from a mother who's tested positive for the virus. Positive mothers whose babies then also tested positive, it was only like 2 to 5% of the babies and again. They're not even sure how that transmission her. That's Kate McLaughlin, a lactation expert at San Antonio's University Hospital, the World Health Organization and the American Academy of Pediatrics are encouraging mothers to continue or begin breastfeeding. Brian Clark ABC News Your weather forecast is up next to our news time. 503 guys who needs.
"thomas w. o" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"You know. We got pink pair a way green player. I had a blue pair and then I had some pink and white shoes. I have some green so all the things that you dreamed up like I I never had any close. The always had to wear my sister's clothes because my brothers they closed. Were too big for me so I had to wear my sister's clothes. That's why I know us when your sisters close so you know you learn the Bundy Blouse. Disclose Finn is like. Hey you know. I was wearing her black patent leather boots. Because I had no clothes. Yeah so all my sister clothes fit when I got into the NBA. Only only closed. I had going drip. Yeah tonight so. I made the Olympic team in nineteen eighty and they gave you those those Levi jeans and that vest in. That's all I had. I was wearing that every day like them jeans and so when I got into the NBA. Man I went above me clothes and shoes and and and hence why he is the flyers as he is today and the other thing right when I first got my apartment. I know how to pay bills and I never want my gas or my lights or the phone bill to get cut off so everytime I gotta be. I was in. I was in the light company. Extra two hundred dollars because I was like I never want my lights cutoff. Disown them all the time girl coming Home Issues. Like why are you? Why are you got credit on? Your bill is like Hey. I'll never want the lights. Go out the gas exit point out of Chicago Illinois. You Got Cheese Thomas Tim Hardaway but then you got this kid that came in and his name was Derg rose. He's Kogyo key he get draft Chicago. How you want to get drafted any had starting this corrupt Yungas in Mvp and get hurt to CD rose where he had now like. I'm so proud of him so happy but this ICAGO mentality point Always love can you speak on like d rose and like what he means from coming from. Chicago where he have into come behind. Y'All legacies de Roses is our won the whole in you. Don't it's hard to put into words what he really means because he he really lived all wanting all dream also to every one of us grew up wanting to say in now with the uniform. Running Out d rose got to live all dreams and boy did he. Not only did he get to live like like you.
"thomas w. o" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"Some new poll. Whatever the the the fan and I was just like like I feel like he don't get enough credit for a lot of this stuff. You know what I'm saying. A lot of moves and stuff. You know what I'm saying. Drafting Stoudamire camp Boys OVER THERE. We know even the guys that he you know that you gave. Did you sign to deals from from Indiana to the Knicks? All of the moves. I feel like what made you be able to see and ignore that and say I don't care what they saying was being said about him. Uc what you saw. You did what you did. I always approached the traff asking this question. Can this person play in a championship game and win? And what is his his mental makeup in every trade that I made. It's like okay. Not Can he play in the NBA? Not How many points can this guy perform under pressure? If we in a pressure situation can follow game plan can execute and can we win a championship with them? And if you look at all the players that I've drafted and some of the players that I've traded for they even hall of fame right now. They've been named NBA. All Stars and have won championships or been six men of the year so on teen that that we had in New York. We had six people off the team when NBA Championships. Maliki was on that team went. Nba Championship David Lee One. Nba Championship. Channing Frye one. Nba Championship Edie Carey was on NBA championship team. Jamal was you know sixth man of the year forever. The trophy will probably be named after six. Guard Wilson. As you said. It's still playing everyone that that we had at tied inge as record in play also points in the order as the fourth string guy and and we had all this talent in everybody was was so young and maturing and growing now you know the narrative in New York and I don't know how this got started where they said. Well you treated all the draft picks. I never treat any rapid as a matter of fact one year I had three first round picks if you go back and you look at what I actually did or we forget the name. Trevor Reason I in terms of And I'm sure there's somebody else that I MISS. You know as a champion so if there's somebody else that was on that team. I Miss I apologize. But there's only the trade that that I still think today is so misunderstood. People you know have have wrote so fictitious fictitiously. Just bad about was the eddy curry trait. I mean the Eddy. Curry A to me was eddy. Curry and Wilson Chandler for tyrus Thomas and tyrus Thomas at that time was I think he was the second pick in the draft. And I let that tyrus and no offense tyrus but I just said I I got David Lee and I got channing. Frye so I'm good. I'm good at the power forward spot. I don't need another power forward in the three power forwards. At that time they were coming out was aldridge. Tyrus Thomas and joking Noah when I looked at channing in David I said Okay. These two guys are capable in my opinion and this was my criteria my criteria is. Can you win a championship? Not Can you plan the NBA and score some points and make some money? Can You win the championship? I looked at David Lee. And I looked at channing. Frye and I say these two guys planned championship teams and win. So I'm good within right and I think when you look back in history has proven US correct that Wilson Chandler Eddy Curry for tyrus. Thomas was a damn good trade. Tom Remember this. I first PRESEASON GAME. It was a first or second. Preseason Game Coaching the Indiana Pacers who we had a whip in Indiana and if very win fire me I. He'll say today we do. I would have won a championship with that team. Great that's one of my favorite teams too. But we played at Indiana state and my first Sakti was dunk on. Somebody was against Jermaine O'Neal in the state and I don't don't like bodies or by title dealt with and I yield.
"thomas w. o" Discussed on The Brink
"She's been hitting the drink twice as hard now we're going to finish finish up and talk about the precipitous. Drop off the brink that Thomas Cook went through and it was. This was something that happened so so suddenly that it took a lot of people by complete surprise even even people who had said Yeah. I knew that they weren't doing well. Financially were shocked at how fast this unravel rabble. Will you never think that. Somebody's just gonNA close overnight when they've got tons of people whole around the globe so how he got there in two thousand seven like we said before the break lake they had more brick and mortar locations than any other travel retailer right but the travel industry as a whole was shifting online online so quickly that that was not an asset it was actually a liability. Yes because I was all that overhead so much overhead unlike an airplane with very little overhead smashes. It's all all underfoot in two thousand eleven. The company sought out one hundred and twenty five million dollars dollars or pounds. I believe dollars Zia. Every report I saw was posted in a news journal so I just assumed that that means we're talking dollars hundred twenty five million whether it's dollars or pounds is a lot of money whole Lotta money. And they did this to tide over their cash shortage. Yes so this was like A. They're in a real serious cash crunch that they just didn't have the money to keep operations two billion dollars in debt. Yeah so this. This was essentially the keep the lights on and be able to pay their their staff. Keep in mind their staff. It's not just travel agents. We're talking about flight crews. We're talking about you know paying for the fuel for your aircraft. There's tons of things that are part of this Gargantuan business at this point and it's it's mind in boggling it. The next year the company announced it was going to restructure and in the process close two hundred of its stores and in two thousand thirteen. The company announced is that it was going to streamline by merging their airlines in Belgium Scandinavia the United Kingdom and Germany into a single division and in two thousand fifteen they a announced a strategic partnership with Chinese Investment Group called Foshan international which looked like it might have been a saving grace book like it. Looks like it wasn't the first half of two thousand eighteen. The company was seeing a huge drop off in customers. Yes and the reasons for this are are multiple like there's no one caused we can point to and say this is why people travelled less. They're actually quite a few view. Different reasons that contributed in some way shape or form for example. You probably heard if you if you're not in the UK you've definitely heard heard about if you're in the UK you're living it which `sorry the brexit process right so brexit out. Some people have argued has discouraged a a lot of travel so a lot of people not knowing what was going to be in store for them you know financially or legally just to move in and amount of countries in the EU for example they held off on holiday plans so that was one argument. Another was that in two thousand eighteen gene the UK had an unusually warm winter and in the UK. Winter is when a lot of Brits fly away to get someplace that ain't so gosh dern Dang cold and damp and grey. I one of the coldest winters I ever spent was a June in the UK. Jin Yeah. That's how cold it can get there. Wow no I was in Scotland the northern regions of Scotland and it got chilly at night. No but but yeah I. It's it's I mean I I always think about when I go to Orlando like if I go to Orlando in the summer Summer Months I see one type of Tourists all over the place but if I go in the winter months it's almost All Brits Yeah and then there are also reports of management being unconservative with their pay. Yeah no there were a lot of stories about the the top levels of management at Thomas Cook we're having some of the most Exorbitant like executive salaries and benefits. So there was a lot of stories is about the mismanagement staying that people were were overpaid for their positions. At least that was the perception. I'm not sure if that was the reality. And these these factors were compounded by the fact that by May Have Twenty nineteen hoteling gas costs. were up and that was making travel even more expensive which was cutting into the profit margin for these packages they were offering because they couldn't have the packages go up too much or people wouldn't buy them but they couldn't wouldn't have it hold at the lower levels because then they would be losing money on the deal. He's acts put them in a rough place yet. July Twenty Nineteen Thomas is cook. Group received an initial offer from sin to be purchased yet again again so the that was something that the company was considering by August. Two Thousand Nineteen. They entered into a rescue package. which would give Tourism Control of the Thomas Cook Group tours tours and vacations. That would give Thomas Cook Airlines to creditors and bondholders and this package was nine hundred million pounds. So this little like this might be able to keep the company going for that just under a billion pounds amount. But it wasn't no because another punch was right around the corner. Yeah just a month later. Creditors are demanding an additional two hundred million pounds in funding. They were worried that two thousand nineteen The winter of two thousand nine hundred two thousand twenty was going to be a repeat of two thousand eighteen which we live in the south. And it's been a very hot September October ninety seven degrees degrees and October fourth. When we record this so not completely unfounded but that meant that the additional two two hundred million was beyond what I was willing to to negotiate and the deal essentially fell through and it by falling through the company crumbled? Yes they went into immediately predation. This one hundred and seventy eight year old company closed its doors overnight and the big part of the problem that you've probably heard about if you've been paying attention to the news regarding Thomas. Cook is that more than half a million people were. We're on a Thomas Cook vacation while this happened Collie and you're talking about immediately ceasing operations. Which means that airline airline doesn't exist anymore which meant thousands of people no longer had a way home? You had folks who are trapped all over the place and this is when in the UK government had to look into how to fix this for at least the UK citizens. Now keep in mind. There was like six hundred thousand. People were on vacation nation only ballot. I say only still huge number of people about one hundred sixty thousand of those were British citizens and everybody else's candidacy plum out of luck You at least for this particular solution and that solution was that the United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority would start a repatriation peacetime program. Called operation. Matterhorn man. I guess it takes some of the sting out that you're gonna a half to depend upon your home country's government to get you back home if you're told that it's part of Operation Matterhorn. Eating a fun Disney ride. I mean at least it gives gives it something like romantic as opposed to get me the hell home does give you something pleasant sounding. Tell your grandchildren. Yeah and It was funny because I was actually reading news articles written about this whole experience and for some people it was very it was. It was frustrating trading stressful It was confusing and perplexing but for some people they got an unexpected a crazy upgrade to their experience because the CIA was chartering flights from pretty much any available airline that had aircraft craft and some of them were luxury airlines. Joe Order flights hard nicer and the these were. I mean these were like commercial jets these ed but in some cases they were commercial jets. They're meant for luxury flights. Where you might end up in a luxury suite type situation that normally would cost you? Thousands sounds and thousands of dollars but because it was the government that was kinda coming in and swooping it up. You didn't have any extra cost. It was them trying to get you home. I I hope that the people who found themselves in that situation would be able to enjoy the unexpected benefit through all the stress well and a lot of them also expressed a deep sense of empathy for the crew and the staff of Thomas. Cook there the over and over. I read reports about how they wanted to make it clear that they were not blaming. Any of the people who worked there for what was happening wasn't their fault right but that it was and there were also reports that talked about how the flight crews Thomas Cook flight crews new.