35 Burst results for "Three Months Later"

Barack Obama's Position on a Gas Tax Holiday in 2008

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 2 d ago

Barack Obama's Position on a Gas Tax Holiday in 2008

"How come we didn't have all these drilling issues and guests issues and all the rest of it When Trump was president which is why Biden and his team of morons have gotten together and they keep blaming Putin So now Biden has come up with a brilliant idea Let us suspend the federal gas tax for 90 days 90 days And by the way Russia is selling more oil and gas than ever before making a fortune So even that's not working So let's do it this way In their own words Obama at a campaign rally in April 2008 On a gas tax holiday April 2008 cut one go I know that we're having a debate right now about the gas tax holiday I know how brutal this is on folks right now There I know they need relief which is why I've offered a middle class tax cut for every American a thousand dollars for working families that they can deal not only with rising gas prices but rising healthcare costs and rising grocery costs but for us to suggest that 30 cents a day for three months Israel relief that that's a real energy policy Means that we are not tackling the problem that has to be tackled We are offering gimmicks when we're offering the same thing that John McCain's offering on the cheap That means we're not presenting a truthful response to the challenges that we face in America we can do better than that this time Yeah

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Former West Virginia lawmaker gets 3 months in Jan. 6 riot

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 d ago

Former West Virginia lawmaker gets 3 months in Jan. 6 riot

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting a former West Virginia lawmaker gets three months for his role in the January 6th riot Derek Evans of former West Virginia lawmaker who live streamed himself on Facebook taking part in the U.S. capitol riot was sentenced to three months in prison Wednesday The 37 year old Evans pleaded guilty to a felony civil disorder charge He told the judge he is a good person who unfortunately was caught up in the moment Evans a Republican from prichard West Virginia had been sworn in as a member of the House of delegates just weeks before the January 6th 2021 riot He was arrested two days later and resigned a month before the start of the legislative session I'm Mike

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Biden to propose three-month federal gas tax holiday to ease soaring prices at the pump

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 d ago

Biden to propose three-month federal gas tax holiday to ease soaring prices at the pump

"President Biden today will call on Congress to give drivers a break by instituting a gas tax holiday The president will urge lawmakers to suspend federal gas and diesel taxes for three months and call on states to suspend their taxes or provide similar relief If the federal savings were fully passed along people would save roughly 3.6% at the pump with prices averaging about $5 a gallon The president's earlier efforts have done little to ease high gas prices which are a fundamental threat to both his policy and political aims Many economists and lawmakers from both parties though are skeptical about gas tax suspensions In 2008 Biden's White House running made called the idea a gimmick One Barack Obama said simply let politicians say they did something Sagar

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Stephen Moore and Chris Stigall on the 'R' Word: Recession

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:27 min | Last week

Stephen Moore and Chris Stigall on the 'R' Word: Recession

"I am pleased to be joined by our friend Steve Moore. He is a freedom works economic official. He is a former Trump White House economics official. I lean on him in Philadelphia every single week as our own economic official. Steve-O, I wish every time we talk, it seems to be degrees worse. I would love to have better news for folks today. The Dow closes 8 75 down. I've got this story. I don't even know what it means. You're smarter than me, a U.S. two year treasury yields rose above ten year borrowing costs. The so called curve inversion that Harold's economic recession, I'm hearing a lot about the R word now, Steve-O. What do you say about it? Well, I mean, unfortunately, I think we're really headed that way. And I wish I had good news for you, Chris. But I really, I really don't. I mean, you know, you've seen a 900 point reduction in the Dow Jones today. We're now at about 11 trillion 11 $1 trillion of wealth losses over the last three months under Biden. It's all a result of his war on American energy, his massive government spending plans in his war on American business, frankly. It's a progressive socialist agenda that is killing our economy. If anything good has come out of this and it's hard to see anything good come out of this. It's hopefully Americans are awakened. I won't use the word woke or awakened to the negative effects of when you let the government and the politicians make the decisions for the economy.

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Thailand makes marijuana legal, but smoking discouraged

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Thailand makes marijuana legal, but smoking discouraged

"Thailand's decision to allow the cultivation and possession of marijuana has come into effect as people around the country celebrate Cheers erupt as the first customer at the highland cafe enters the shop on the day that marijuana has officially become legal Ritu Peng bakul told the AP he's proud to be the first customer to now be able to buy cannabis at the cafe I can say it out loud that I'm a cannabis smoker I don't need to hide it like in the past when it was branded an illegal drug Now you can see the law is no longer in narcotic It's been delisted Thailand has become the first nation in Asia to decriminalize the drug for medical and industrial use In fact Thailand's public health minister plans to distribute 1 million marijuana seedlings We should know how to use cannabis if we have the right awareness cannabis is like gold something valuable and should be promoted However tourists should proceed cautiously as making in public could still be considered a nuisance subject to a potential three month jail sentence and $780 fine I am Karen

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John Zmirak: The Left Is Acting Like a Cage Full of Monkeys

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:44 min | 3 weeks ago

John Zmirak: The Left Is Acting Like a Cage Full of Monkeys

"Hey there folks, welcome back. I'm talking to John smirke and the construction crew that is making this an impossible interview to conduct. John, I want to say what you said just before we went to the break. This is really important. Figure out who is speaking and support those people. Marjorie Taylor Greene, Johns mirac, Eric metaxas. You know, anybody that is talking about these things, what's that? Naomi will Steve Bannon, doctor Peter McCullough. Let's not forget yesterday's lies. Yesterday's crisis, which is the COVID lockdown. The left is tree is acting like a case full of monkeys throwing poop at the wall. And the poop of the COVID lockdown, they kept that up as long as they could. Kept us locked in our homes, our churches closed, our businesses closed. They tried to force the dead baby vaccine on our kids, they're still trying to force it on our infants, but because they stop hitting us over the head with a lead pipe. And instead, start to burn our leg with a soldering iron. We're supposed to forget about the lead pipe and the head. Right. The left is engaged in a multi front constant effort to take away our freedoms and subject us to an authoritarian state. Look at Canada. Look at Canada. Three months ago or 6 months ago, they were using mounted police to crush nonviolent demonstrators. And now they're going to seize all private firearms in the country. This is exactly how Lenin acted when he took over Russia. How Hitler acted when he soaked over Germany. Justin Trudeau is a burgeoning fascist dictator.

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Jerusalem Post: Iran Could Have 4 ‘Crude’ Nukes in 3 Months

Mark Levin

00:54 sec | 3 weeks ago

Jerusalem Post: Iran Could Have 4 ‘Crude’ Nukes in 3 Months

"This from today's Jerusalem post Iran could have four crude nukes in three months Says a think tank I told you they're about to break out And everything's going oh my God Array could have four crude nuclear bombs within three months if it decides to cross the nuclear threshold said the institute for science and international security This would not be the same as having full fledged nuclear weapons Oh okay it must be okay then Which could be delivered on a ballistic missile That might only take 6 months But it is a more serious threat than the enriched uranium that Israel and others have faced from the Islamic Republic So who was right When he was in the Senate for two months Tom cotton was right Who was wrong Obama and Biden

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Separated by war, Ukrainian couples reunite

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 weeks ago

Separated by war, Ukrainian couples reunite

"Fear of the Russian invasion separated them now some couples and families in kharkiv are finally reuniting as people begin to return to Ukraine's second largest city At kharkiv train station husbands and fathers anxiously wait for the first sight of their loved ones as the train approaches For many this is a moment they've been dreaming of for three months but everyone worries troops might try to attack the city again It's still dangerous but I wanted to come home says 50 year old Tatiana who had sought sanctuary in Slovakia She is welcomed by her husband Andrade who had remained in the city slovakians she adds had welcomed and treated me well but it's not the same as being home I'm Charles De

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Former Police Officer Suggests Armed SROs in Schools

The Officer Tatum Show

02:15 min | Last month

Former Police Officer Suggests Armed SROs in Schools

"Give us our help me give Tom a warm welcome to the ocelot show. How are you doing, Tom? How you doing? I'm doing well. I'm very interested to hear your take on all of this stuff, man. You're a law enforcement experience. I had 7 years on the police department and you've had several decades on the police department. What's your take on this shooting? What do you think this means for Democrats and the left and what tactical things do you believe could have been done differently based on the information that you have? Well, I did a Fox show today and I got 20 irritated because right away they're asking me about New York Times and their story about the officers moved fast enough. They were outside too long. I'm sick and tired of people that want a second gas police officers when they're in middle of a tragedy like this. Look, how many how many people in The New York Times have been pushed out? But going through the hip and running too fire, running the gunfire, and I run away from that run towards it. So here's what I think. First of all, we talk about schools. I've said this for the last three months. The schools need to be hard. Look, we got armed officers protecting our banks, protecting our money. We got armed officers protecting politicians. We had armed officers that shopping malls and movie theaters. I don't think that we got the greatest trench on earth. You got a lot of retired police officers. They're mandatory. Many departments like the feds were mandatory 57. I see a lot of retired friendly agents. I would love to keep doing something, but the rules prevent it. We allow the target military to serve their community still. So I think there's enough retired police retired military that would be glad to act as an school resource officer. And that does a lot of things. Number one, you know, a lot of high schools have much I think it's time for elementary schools have and I think the parents would feel safer being their kids off to school. I think the kids would be safe. And I also think it will help rebuild the relationships between the community and the police departments at the left, the progressives have destroyed in the last several years. I call them for defunding the police because what happened Ferguson, because you got one to two bad cops, they want to call the whole institution

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US economy shrank by 1.5% in Q1 but consumers kept spending

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

US economy shrank by 1.5% in Q1 but consumers kept spending

"The government's latest estimate of the gross domestic product for the first quarter is a downgrade I'm Ben Thomas with the closer look Consumers and businesses kept spending at a solid pace during the first three months of the year Nevertheless the economy shrank The commerce department estimates it contracted at a 1.5% annual pace from January through March a slight downward revision from its initial estimate It's the first drop in the GDP since the second quarter of 2020 the depths of the COVID-19 recession but it followed a robust 6.9% expansion of the economy in the final three months of last year The contraction was a result in part of a wider trade gap and slower restocking of goods and stores and warehouses after a holiday buildup Analysts say the economy has likely resumed growing in the current quarter Ben Thomas Washington

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 Russia takes steps to bolster army, tighten grip on Ukraine

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Russia takes steps to bolster army, tighten grip on Ukraine

"Russia's taking steps to strengthen the army and is tightening its grip on Ukraine Lawmakers in Moscow have passed a bill to bolster Russia's army which is fighting an intense battle for Ukraine's east three months into the war Russian rockets are pounding towns in the industrial Donbass region Ukraine's foreign minister said on Wednesday the situation there is extremely bad Meanwhile president Vladimir Putin is trying to strengthen his control of southern Ukraine by giving residence of two regions a fast path to Russian citizenship I'm Charles De

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 Saving the children: War closes in on eastern Ukrainian town

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Saving the children: War closes in on eastern Ukrainian town

"A regional governor in eastern Ukraine says at least 6 civilians have been killed by the latest Russian shelling in a town at the epicenter of fighting three months into the war The Luhansk region's governor says two that 8 people were injured over the last 24 hours and accuses the Russian troops of deliberately targeting shelters where civilians are hiding the town is located in Ukraine's eastern industrial heartland of the Donbass where Russian forces have been pressing their offensive despite stiff Ukrainian resistance Ukraine's president volodymyr zelensky said late Tuesday that the country's forces in the region are facing difficulties

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Ilan Berman Assesses the Western Response to Ukraine

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:51 min | Last month

Ilan Berman Assesses the Western Response to Ukraine

"Ilhan, we've talked about the danger of a landlocked Ukraine. Let's talk about our actions to date. I've said $40 billion worth of aid doesn't make a lot of sense in terms of cash to Kyiv, especially when it has line items for $7 billion for the State Department and undisclosed amount of money for the CIA. That doesn't look like a to Kyiv, having spoken to cramming knowledge with people who've worked in the Ukraine, what they need is what is zelensky's calling for, which is weapons, which is weaponry, ammunition, wheeled vehicles to move their troops and also training of their reserves in safe locales like the Baltics and Poland. Will you give us your assessment of the west on blocks response to this war in the last three months? Right. Well, I mean, there's a lot there to unpack. But listen, I think generally I'm positive on the western response. I do have some of the same misgivings as you, which is because our politics I may say charitably have become intolerably stupid. Not ours. America's not ours, America's politics. D.C.'s. There is this false equation that if you somehow question the line items in the $40 billion that you are not your put inside. Putin side or you're somehow not supportive enough of Ukraine. But the more nuanced argument is, I firmly believe sunlight is the best disinfectant. I want to see what's sort of what is allocated, whether it's actually going to be useful to Ukraine. And accountability. Absolutely. But can I just flip on that? That's stupid politics. There's also the flip side of that, that if you're pro as we are supporting what I see is Ukraine 1776. Suddenly you're an interventionist neocon. That's

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Life in Kyiv after three months of war

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Life in Kyiv after three months of war

"As Ukraine marks three months since the start of the Russian invasion residents in the capital Kyiv have commemorated those who have been lost since the start of the conflict Alone in a square in the capital has been strewn with small Ukrainian flags put out in tribute to those who have lost their lives while at independent square residents look at a destroyed Russian tank and nearby sandbag monuments are a reminder of the ongoing war Says Kyiv is already being restored and institutions are working Many people she says are on the streets Everyone is slowly returning to the city I'm Charles De

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 Russia's top military official says the massive Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol has been "completely liberated"

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Russia's top military official says the massive Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol has been "completely liberated"

"Russia has claimed to have captured mariupol in southeastern Ukraine after a nearly three month siege that has left over 20,000 civilians feared dead Russia's defense minister Sergei shoigu declared what he called a complete liberation of mariupol and of the avo style steel plant in the port city the plant was the last stronghold of Ukrainian resistance There was no immediate confirmation from Ukraine Russian state media claimed over 2400 Ukrainian fighters who had been holed up in the steel mill had surrendered as they surrendered the troops were taken prisoner by the Russians and at least some were taken to a former penal colony Others were said to be hospitalized

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Dinesh D’Souza: '2000 Mules' Had to Be Released in a Novel Way

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:11 min | Last month

Dinesh D’Souza: '2000 Mules' Had to Be Released in a Novel Way

"Did you ever expect the 2000 mules would get the kind of response it's getting dinesh? Well, it was really hard to say, Mike, because I knew that the content of the movie was explosive. In other words, it was bringing a factual bearing on this issue that has haunted the American mind for two years. I mean, we were showing never before seen video. That's the official surveillance video of the states themselves. It's authenticity not even open to question. So I knew the material was radioactive. It was hot. I'd got balls of censorship that had been erected around this issue. It is the most banned topic in America. I knew the movie would have to be released in a completely novel way. So I'm delighted that, I mean, it's all jumbled right normally we release in the theater, then three months later, we release DVDs and digital downloads, but no, we first had a virtual premiere, then we have digital downloads, people are buying DVDs, and now we're going into the theater 400 theaters for showings a day, and by the way, if we do well this weekend, which I really hope we will be in even more theaters next

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Mika Brzezinski Presses Biden Official Over Baby Formula Shortage

The Dan Bongino Show

01:20 min | Last month

Mika Brzezinski Presses Biden Official Over Baby Formula Shortage

"So here's brzezinski like hey you know you guys gonna handle this thing are you gonna play tiddlywinks all day Like what are you guys doing And keep in mind this is no act of journalistic integrity They are trying to save liberalism they're gonna throw these people under the bus one by one Check this out Doctor Murthy with respect I'm missing something here I'm not feeling an intensity Do you want to know where there is not a baby formula crisis In Poland on the border where they took in almost 4 million people in three months and there's enough formula there There's food They've set up housing They've been able to do all of this By the way with the help with the fundamental help of the U.S. Military So my question is why isn't there the same mobilization Here in America for this crisis I mean mothers are being told to go to websites or to drive hours or to try formula that might make their babies sick Are we really here And what is solving the problem not in a matter of weeks but what are we going to see formula in the mouths of babies in America without any stress in terms of getting it Omega I understand that the concern He's like anyone got a wipey like I don't know what to do He's stunned that he was asked an actual question

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Russia aims to capitalize on controlling the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Russia aims to capitalize on controlling the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol

"British military experts say with Mario pole in Ukraine largely under Russia's control Moscow's now likely to redeploy troop numbers The defense ministry says now with the number of defenders left hold up in the marijuana steel factory dwindling Russian commanders were becoming under increasing pressure to reallocate troops to bolster their offensive in eastern Ukraine Moscow says more than 1700 defenders at the steel plant have surrendered since Monday the likely final stage in the nearly three month siege of the now pulverized port city in mariupol an unknown number of defenders remain in the plant which is the last bastion of Ukrainian resistance in the city I'm Charles De

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"three months later" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:39 min | 10 months ago

"three months later" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"We cannot lose the fact that we have rights were still not sitting ducks in this country. We do have have rights to protect our health. And are safe being and the health of the the family and the pets and everything else in in our lives. And I just more. It's just just so frustrating for me to know that. How long how many years has his battle been going on Branch? Well, really. It all kind of came to light in 2000 and 15. When the International Agency for Research on Cancer it's really prestigious group out of the World Health Organization. They took a look at life crusade. They looked at all the data that existed and he's really smart. Scientists got together and said, You know what? This probably causes cancer, and that was the first time anyone had really raised it outside of the regulatory context, because all that stuff on the fraud had been done behind closed doors, and this is the first public. Statement, and that's sort of what brought all of our attention to it. And you know my first client, the McCall family, Jack McCall, with sprain sprang around up on his tree workers and He got lymphoma and died three months later. And, you know, we started looking into this and we were just Flabbergasted. So we've been actively and aggressively litigating this for almost six years. But I mean, we're digging through documents that are 30 40 years old and show this long history of what Monsanto has known what they've done to cover it up and We're as of today. Where is this? Where is everything in the court system. And where are you all in the in this case. I know that you want, you know. Yeah, so we've had since we've obviously had three trials. I think there's actually a trial ongoing right now. So hopefully we hear good news soon. I'm not trying that case in California. Okay, Well, I'm gonna let you hold on one second. I'm going to let you finish that when we come back from break, and then I heard there's also some litigation going on with the San Tech heartburn medication. We need to talk about that story. What an amazing an amazing story. I would have to say, Brent listener. It changed her your life. Um and so many and give us the best website is we go to break Sure our website is bomb Hedlund law dot com and there's a whole database of information that anyone can read up about this litigation and see the actual Monsanto documents. And we will get the update of where we are with this case in just a moment and a lot more right here.

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"three months later" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"three months later" Discussed on KOMO

"Overall it preventing moderate to severe illness much more protective against the most serious symptoms. The new director of the Centers for Disease Control says they've scaled up their surveillance of the new Corona virus variants in this country. CDC Director Rochelle Walensky telling ABC is Good Morning America that up Until now, there has not been a public health infrastructure in place to track such variants. She also says there were not resource is to do mass sequencing of the virus across the country. She says The coronavirus aid plan pushed by the Biden administration does include money to improve such tracing. But she says it's concerning the two South Carolina individuals who were diagnosed with the more virulent strain, first identified in South Africa did not know each other and did not travel there. An investigation is underway at Texas Fort Bliss after 11 soldiers were injured after ingesting an unknown substance details air a few, but officials say the incident happened during a field training exercise yesterday. The soldiers are currently under medical observation. Two of them are in critical condition. 62 year old mystery that has prompted all kinds of conspiracy theories around Soviet military experiments and other things may have a more down to Earth explanation, ABC. Sherry Preston is with us. Good morning, Sherry. Hi. Good morning, guys. This is a very, um E was just going to say it's a fascinating story. You have to get me to say we're worried I was gonna use back in 1959, the winter of 1959 9 students and one sports instructor took off in the dead of winter. They were going to go on a hiking and camping expedition. They were experienced hikers. But they didn't take his much equipment as you would think they might have taken anyway. What happened is they left. One of the students turned back around because he got sick halfway there. The rest of the ball went forward day disappeared. They were never heard from again. They found them three months later. The tent where they had been staying was ripped open from the inside out. There were trying to get away from something they were found. Some of them without any clothes on some of them were found that they didn't have any eyes. And one of them didn't have a tongue And everyone said what has happened here. Was it Soviet nuclear experiments? Was it some sort of yeti thing? Did one of the kids go crazy? What happened to him three months to actually find their bodies? Since then there have been all kinds of theories that have gone on. Well, these scientists in Switzerland said. We want to figure this out and get this. They were watching the Disney film frozen and they had the Avalanche thing in frozen and those scientists said that was such a good rendering of an avalanche. How did they do that? They called up the animators. They flew them out to California, where they learned the algorithm and figured out how they made this avalanche so realistic. These scientists took the information back, and they calculated it and figured out that they think that these students who died in what's known as the yacht lost past mystery probably died from what was just a simple avalanche. They took their clothes off because that sometimes happens When you are right before you die of hypothermia. You have something called paradoxical warming and you're you stripped your clothes off. They think that's what happened to them. What happened to the eyes? They think it may have just been a little scavengers going around and eating them. I know it's kind of growth in the middle of the morning, but That's what they found out. I'm stunned. Great story. This story has fascinated me for years. I first heard about it on the podcast stuff You should know on bits been around obviously 1959 and listening to it. I went into this whole rabbit hole trying to figure out your old mountains in the East. Students and could have been the reason they thought it was nuclear experiments because they found a little bit of radio activity in their bodies. And then they figured out you know what that was probably from the lanterns that they used at the time. Nothing more than that. Everything else. They kind of have gotten the answers to this. They think that the tent probably collapsed in the sudden avalanche and then coming out. They had a lot of that wounds on their bodies. To Andrei think that they pulled out each other trying to save them. And then they think that they may have probably just simply frozen to death. Their bodies weren't discovered for four months later, until there's no thought. Carrie, Thanks for the most interesting story of the morning, ABC. Sherry Preston with us here. Come on his time. 6 51 on. It's time to get to our propel insurance Money Update to research suggests almost all cases of covert are prevented with two doses of the Fizer vaccine. Data gathered in Israel, which is leading the world in the vaccine rollout, found that just 4/10 of 1% of those vaccinated with both doses went on to develop coronavirus of 700,000 people who were vaccinated. 300 later contracted the virus on Lee 16 required hospital treatment. Robin Hood and other retail brokerages took steps to tamp down the speculative frenzy surrounding companies such as game stop, but the actions only sparked more volatility and an outcry from users of the platforms. And some members of Congress who say small investors are being treated unfairly. That's your money now. Jennifer Kiss Zinka Co. Moh news that game stock Gamestop stock is up. More than 77% this morning, But the rest of the market is way down. The Dow Jones average off 362 points Come on, whose time 6 52 and coming up. Investment scams linked to covert 19. I'm her Weiss bomb with an important warning from the feds introducing Peacock new free streaming service from NBC Universal. It's hit movies, current shows, live sports training bits and.

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"three months later" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"three months later" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"You kind of like this guy. But when you can't decide between the filet O fish or the Big Mac, and he says, I'll get you both. Thank you. You definitely like this guy meal. Get it at McDonald's. When you get two of your faves for just six bucks, let me definitely present participation be very single and regular price. My heart radio goes one on one with Bryan Adams to reflect on the reality of his first platinum record. I can tell you what, when I bought my first plan in record, which was cuts like a knife, and I remember after Getting the record and thinking. Oh, this is great. You know, Ana and sticking it up. And looking at it. The cool and Then it's funny. My manager about three months later and saying, You know, Bruce it just this record went platinum, but way don't make any money. You know where's the money? And he said, Well, you know, you basically paid back Everything you you spent and you basically did for the last four years, so you may have a platinum record. But you know story. There's no money. It wasn't Until then I realized that's how tough it wasn't. Okay? Yeah. You might get a single that goes toe. Top 10 and maybe get to and maybe a solo a school in records because of it, But this mean you can go out and buy a house people listening to I Heart radio form or Bryan Adams and all your favorite artists. I heart radio goes one on one with Peter Gabriel to discuss why it's been beneficial for him to follow his own path. If you went for the things that you believed in you They probably be with people that you enjoyed the company off and it will be an interesting journey. So I think I've sort of followed that as much as I could. And now I think I have a life, which is part music, Part technology and pardon benefit projects on board. I mean, all sorts of amazing people from very different backgrounds on some of these projects come to fruition, so it's very satisfying. Keep listening. Toe I heart radio for more Peter Gabriel and all your favorite artists. I. Heart radio goes one on one with Brad Paisley to talk about some early music memories, my earliest musical memories Buck Owens on the turntable as my grandfather played like a record. Of Tiger by the tail and I would run around in circles and it was it was like they would just put it on just to see their kids get dizzy and fall down and then hey, raised me on this diet of music like that. Johnny Cash thing, and then gave me a guitar. When I started to learn. It was the first time that you play something. It's actually that sounds like it on a sound. It's for a while it's twinkle, Twinkle Little star with one string And it's embarrassing. And you know nobody's impressed. And then all of a sudden something clicks you start playing a couple of chords, and then they're like, Hey, this kid's playing the guitar having playing Church choir, and I play there And then the next thing you know, people are clapping after you do it. You're when you're nine years old and you bring a room to applause. It's like this is pretty good way to go..

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"three months later" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"three months later" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"But undeniable pulse, So I stood there with Mark's poles flickering in my hand. While Samantha told me that she had met Mark 15 years ago, while at a park and by that point in their lives, they were each in their fifties and become used to the idea of being single. But three months later, they were at their own wedding. By now, Mark had been physically unwell for a long time. And Samantha said that she had begun toe. Imagine the ways in which Mark might die. Maybe she would find him in bed one morning. Maybe they would be out on a walk together. And you would have to. Ah. Take a break and catch his breath and just be unable to get back up. She hoped that by imagining his death, it would somehow make his actual one more bearable, as if she could pay off some of that grief and advance rather than having to bear all of it in one lump sum. Now that it was here. It felt unreal. As if this were just another version of his death that she had thought up. She looked up at me and asked, is that normal? Normally by now, I would have left the room. Now I knew that there was nothing that I or anyone could do. Tio saved Mark's life and I already felt his polls becoming weaker in my hand. But I had never told the life that her husband was not really dead. I had just never learned how to do something like that. And by now I think Samantha must have noticed a dent in my composure. And she asked me is something wrong? And without knowing if, but I was saying was the right thing. I told her that I feel of weak pulse, and it's getting weaker now and expected toe disappear soon. And she asked me What do you think we should D'oh? And I said, I think we should like Mark die. And she seemed Relieved by that, and I felt more grateful for that reaction. Then I'd like to admit Afterwards, when I was able to excuse myself, I walked down the hallway into the bathroom and closed the door and locked it and stood there for a long time. Or at least as long as the department would allow their already other patients waiting other rooms and more tests for me to order and I could hear another ambulance backing up into the entryway, and I worried about what I'd say. Next to Samantha MME. But by the time I got caught up, she had already left for home, and eventually Mark's body was collected for the morgue. The thing about life. Is that one day you'll be dead. And that's his terrifying as it is forgettable. That contradiction is as much a part of working around death. As it is just simply living. So on my better days, I'm mindful of the details and the people around me. And on that day on my drive home. I reflected on none of that. And instead worried over all of the other mistakes that I've ever made in my life. I have a really long commute, and so I got a Sfar Bacca's preschool. Tapped on the panels of the class and farm. And collapsed all of the diligently excavating tunnels. But By the time I got home and I parked my car My anxieties had mostly burn themselves out..

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"three months later" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"three months later" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"One as you make your way toward the Cape in Yarmouth and right now in Boston at seven fifty five it's partly cloudy and seventy nine degrees on the ring central news line tonight have you ever taken a look just sat back outside and looked up at the stars and wondered what it's like to take a walk through the cosmos well that happened far above us today's we hear from WBZ's Laurie Kirby in the dark grain of space video they breed and they work he'll be installing a PSR into with with the clock tick for calling NASA astronauts Chris Kennedy and Robert banken undergoing a seven hour space walk replacing the last of the solar batteries that keeps the international space station running when it's in darkness from her this is bank in seven career space walk and before he got working he said it's all about enjoying the view here takes a mental photographs as a mental images to remember what it was like to be outside so you can share that experience Laurie Kirby WBZ Boston news radio and here's a fishy tale from the Delaware beaches usually when someone comes into contact with the shark they need rescuing but in the case of one swimmer and Delaware the shark was the one in need of rescue the man was in the water off Cape Henlopen state park in Lewis and was caught on camera prying the shark's mouth open with his hands it wasn't a free himself but to remove a fishing hook one woman described it as something out of the movie jaws the swimmer and presumably the shark came out okay Pam Coulter CBS news and there's a woman in Washington state who's giving away thousands of lasagna she wants to give them to people who need them of course because of the corona virus pandemic burner on children I got laid off from her job at a men's wear store and she said she saw an opportunity posted on Facebook asking if anybody was in need three months later she has made more than one thousand pans of lasagna that is a lot of noodles request apparently keep coming in people have donated more than twenty two thousand dollars to help out with ingredients which will.

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"three months later" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"three months later" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Says if you have some time later today I'd really love to talk to you I turned to reveals lawyer an absolute hero Vicky varinsky and so he gave me the docket I went and did a deep dive into it and started looking into ways that we can file a motion to unseal so basically that means she asked the court to make that evidence public and so after we filed the brief Facebook filed their brief we filed a response Facebook files a response the court does a review and I think it was two or three months later the court came back and issued an order and what happened the court said we want almost completely across the board you know I always temporary thing but it was it was a little it was a bit of a celebration so we got information we got memos strategies employee emails more than a hundred and fifty pages of stuff and so would you find out I mean going through these documents for the first time at least for me is a nerdy journalist was like reading a thriller there was one email exchange between two employees and they're referring to a child as a whale and the will of course is a turn to casino industry uses to describe the expander you know somebody that flies in on a private jet it was a fifteen year old girl one of these Facebook employee says quote can you refund this we'll take.

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"three months later" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"three months later" Discussed on AP News

"Toll is just over two hundred and five thousand that's according to Johns Hopkins University over eight hundred and fifty three thousand have recovered from the virus in New York state there was both promising and also very sad news with another three hundred and sixty seven residents dying in the past twenty four hours governor Andrew Cuomo with the better news overall hospitalization rate is down the number of activations is down the even the number of new covert cases is down still not good still one thousand nu kopen cases to South Carolina where officials including senator Lindsey Graham showed up at the airport to greet a plane from China with one and a half million mass well the senator was grateful we don't ever have to rely on China or anyone else for our basic health care needs this pandemic has been a wake up call to America overseas Italy has registered its lowest day to day increase in deaths from covert nineteen since the country was in its first week of lockdown that was in mid March I'm showing up there AP news the stay at home orders to combat the corona virus have caused a series of delays in completing this year's census that could have political implications the census bureau isn't expecting to wrap up the census until the end of October three months later than planned in Congress must approve the bureau's request to delay turning over information to the states until the end of July twenty twenty one four months later than scheduled this could result in delays in drawing new legislative districts that could help decide which political party is in power what laws pass and whether communities of color have a voice in their states I'm Mike Hampton as the world ruminates on the health of Kim Jong moon satellite imagery has shown that a train like people longing to the north Korean leader has been punctured his compound on the country's east coast since last week the speculation on Kim's health has been sparked in part by a long period out to the public because ever since he missed the April fifteenth commemoration of the a hundred and eighth birthday of his grandfather North Korea founder Kim il sung this is the first time since taking power that they need to have missed such an important event for the Noles the satellite photos released by thirty eight north a website specializing in North Korea studies echo south Korean government intelligence that Kim is staying outside of the capital Pyongyang Kim's health is a crucial importance because of worries that a serious illness or even his death could cause instability in the impoverished nuclear armed country I'm Karen Thomas Flores is back after recovering from a groin virus infection that put him in intensive CAD the British prime minister is set to return to work and it's growing criticism of his government over the death and destruction the viruses coolest Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab who's been standing in for the prime minister said that Johnson has made a full recovery two weeks after his release from hospital as you can imagine with the prime minister he's running to guide position has recorded more than twenty thousand deaths among people hospitalized with Kevin nineteen the fifth country in the world to reach that total thousands more troops have died in nursing homes opposition politicians say person's credit buyers death toll could have been no it Johnson had imposed a nice one knocked out sooner and also criticizes government official to just a protective equipment for medical workers and a lack of testing for the virus with hundreds of new death announced Tuesday some health experts say person could eventually have the highest choirs death toll in Europe Karen Thomas London thank you for listening to the AP radio network did you know that you can purchase prints of a piece of a toggle thing for your personal or small business use every day a piece to top the first capture incredible images from all around the world they're on the scene of wars and conflicts concerts movie premieres championship games and parades.

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"three months later" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"three months later" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Back three months later the mass was bigger on the over it and nothing was done and then three months later she decided to research and decide to do surgery six months passed from the time the mass was seen on the ovary to the time she had surgery she went to one of the biggest hospitals in New York City opened her up took out the ovaries stick out the uterus and then realized should over in cancer that had spread should radical surgery then ten days later than radical surgery gather with another one of the biggest hospitals which took out her omentum and stage Europe for stage three over and cancer and then she went to the third the super duper big house loser all super duper big hospitals one oz bottle waited six months to have the surgery another hospital ten days later had another radical surgery then went for chemotherapy immunotherapy came on the abdomen chemo in the vein and it just doesn't work to cancers factors a larger mass in the **** and the power was inches vaginal bleeding and pelvic this charge and we stayed drop it all this time she never had a pet scan didn't really know much about what a pet scan is and we offer to stage Europe and treat her cancer with a high success rate where we aim the beam this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway thirtieth street in the heart of New York City I'm such a leader wind and by the way this same woman's husband astri whoa I have prostate cancer you said and I took this concoction and now it's all better I said well how do you know it's better he said well the pictures look better so that's not the way you tower of prostate cancer is gone look at the back of our book for the new two can get are pressed a book with a look in the back or for for them in the back page inside page it says Dr Laderman how do I know my prostate cancer treatment is successful my prostate cancer is gone question mark the PSA should go down to zero and stay there for the rest of your life for this man never had a follow up PSA doesn't notice PSA is going around saying a concoction took care for him but is now the answer and I said let's do a PSA today and we can prove to you what's going on this is how we work by proof not by Patty on the backs over things okay no you need proof and many people are so reassured by getting follow up and getting follow a proof that the cancer is in remission the cancer's been controlled and with radio surgery it's so beautiful the vast majority of our patients where we attack the cancer the cancer goes away and stays away for the rest of the life of the patient and for the wife who has of the ovarian cancer with a mass right where the cut on her the mass for the remove the ovaries and uterus right the top of the ridge line is a big mass there so the surgery didn't work the chemo didn't work and now she's bleeding and now she's got discharge from the **** she's here for treatment this is the work we do and for her husband who thinks the concoctions make his prostate go away he can prove it zero one two because I believe I would bet my a hat ninety nine point nine nine nine percent chance the cancer so they're concoctions stone work and we are from a PSA man that's gonna PSA let's see if your PSA zero this is the work we do every day we work by proof not by hi there my names are two liter men we'll be right back numbers mean much to me because of prostate cancer Johnny brags the number two for my step father who died of prostate cancer and my uncle who suffered so much of the prostate.

"three months later" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"three months later" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Doesn't want to know you hear a bad you'd be a bag not only listen to the legal advice you want to do in your own way no no because I am the only person I've done it for us yeah I kinda small fender Bender and he got a a ticket for it and I had to go to plant city represent him that's the only person idea special permission from work to do it all for offer Felix like two fifty that's not bad because if he gets out of the five hundred sixty dollar ticket then you save some money my friend Kim will help you out he will help me yes but here now here's the whole ticket and everything in the there are no yeah yes it is it's totally your card there is the little you've got a a sticker on the back you're trying not gonna say what it is because people stalking yes it's right there I can see if faction hold on Felix Felix is there the the trooper can I connect with the trooper and testify against Morgan that she was that she actually now we are not like this worse where is this Manhattan Gandhi so right on the corner right around the corner no this is this is from April April how many red lights few calling through the other issue citation system this is from April April April my license was the same so I sort of got it right in April moved to my new address that I have would you be driving maybe should be to bring back into a car in the parking lot that was a long time red light problem is really to get because they don't enter the citation until like three months later what do they do that can't is gonna came is gonna argue this for me I think you're you're finished a you don't have a case I do have a case I don't want to follow and stress cell phones how many points did she get her license I think it's three points per ticket six points how close is she to get a suspended license well that's what I'm twelve is points now for non payment of tickets that you know they only as long as I go and because I told I talked on the phone just go in and sat at the goal there and officially set the court date okay make the forty seven dollar payment for my court date and if I go in before the weekend she satisfied we're at four zero zero two west Gandy Boulevard at the door he's one of and I hope my dad's not listening he's gonna yell at absolutely let you in the building this is stressful Kim season you're listening I have your pro se client earlier well one of the year this took a lot of twists and turns and I didn't anticipate because you don't have a website like I do as I dressed I thought you were just messing with never mess with anyone okay I totally would not I just assume that's what you're dying to get actually looked it up that's what I do with all this stuff is she technically a fugitive now what okay even really funny I'm laughing but I'm dead inside would you consider her criminal at this point send a criminal citation.

"three months later" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

10:26 min | 3 years ago

"three months later" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"To handle on the law. Marginal legal advice. Mike there. Hey, Mike, welcome to handle on the law. What can I do for you all to make this quick it simple spas? So well three months ago, I rented house when I was at the realtor. I notice if you things that needed to be fixed, and she said that was going to be taken care of before we moved into the house do each date or we are. We went put the money down house when we did the walk around the house, the management company will down rookie thirty thing that needed to be fixed that we're gonna take care of that here. We are three months later. I've had about two of the things fixed priority like dishwasher, washing machines wire and you're already in the house, right? Yes. And it was all in writing, correct? Yes. Alright. That's alright. Emails. So have you told them they breached the contract? Yes. I actually said if you guys aren't gonna fix some of these things, I'm gonna fix them. Right. Exactly. And it's all you can do. It's all you can do that. I'm not allowed to do. Well, it's about to say the word. But yes, if they're not willing to do that, it is firmly dated by Email, which one that I was going to pick him. Yeah. No that you were going to fix them on the soon as an Email, correct? And when they said, you're not allowed to do that was that done in Email. Yes, they said I'm and oh, that's fine. In the meantime, I think you're going to say since she refused to fix them. You leave me much no choice for me to fix them. You have ten days in which to do all of this. And you do if you do not. Then clearly I'm going to have to do it on my own because you're in breaching, you are not mitigating the damages. That's where you want to throw out because their position then you ask the question in the emails your position that I'm not authorized to do this yet at the same time, you refuse to do this while you're breaching the contract, and then you laid out the or threat saying, I'm going to do it. And then when? When you see me or I withhold the rent, then we have a court battle going on our hands or then you're going to. That's it. They're gonna probably sue you for non-payment of rent. You probably going to defend you've got a great defense. Unless I missed something you're in Nevada. Right. Unless I missed something about a statute, Nevada that landlord has always right under any circumstance, and no matter what can breach any contract, which I doubt. That's the case. I mean, I don't know. But it sure seems sure seems clear cut to me. It really does. And during the Email, and you make demand that they do this within ten days, which is not unreasonable based on the fact that you've been there for months, I don't know what they're going to say other than you're not authorized to do this. And now what will they keep telling me? When when I'm I'm bringing up certain things somebody made on the house like that the kitchen island or the the doors that separate the living room from the kitchen or things that when I saw like I like this one of the reasons I got the house. No, I understand. But, but here's it is they promised to do ABC in D And you're not doing and they're not doing it. And so it's it's it's clearly a breach of the contract or the other possibility again, I don't know how it works in Nevada. It's possibility that you have to get the the amount of money that it would cost to do this. And then sue them in small claims court, and it could be that's the way to go, and that's a choice too. I mean either way you can get a bid tomorrow afternoon. And let's say you take them for their word or you take them for their position. Let's say they're the legally allowed to say you're not allowed to do this. You're not allowed to with withhold because that's the only thing to do. Then you you file small claims court case. And what are they going to say we don't have to live up to our contract. Yeah. And with the small claims with that gimme a tradition of getting out of my lease. No, no. 'cause it do you want out of your lease? You know, every so far I've been here three months and every week. I've had a handyman or somebody here fix something. That's broken the dishwasher. Damn what do you do you want out of your lease? That's the question. And if you want out of your lease, then you simply say, I want out of my lease, and they're gonna come back go why you have to get marine for wanting out of the least I don't think you can arbitrarily do it because you're in breach of contract because you promised to do ABC, and you haven't done this. Therefore, I'm giving you notice, and they can't very well say, well, you have to stay in your least, we're going to hold you responsible. And at the same time. We're fine with the breach. Where the law has to recognize something has to give. Yeah. Then that's something. Give him give ten days to fix, and then you worry about it from there, and my guess is going to because you say either I'm going to file a lawsuit and small claims court, which I will win or I'm giving you notice in which I'm get outta hearing your Now, Dan, I'm going to need your you have a deposit right with him. Okay. So you're gonna want your entire deposit back. And they and whatever it costs to move to the had a bunch of choices here. Give them ten days and see what happens at that point. And then we'll go from there. Okay. Okay. Able to Mabel to put in this mall claims the money that I have to pay to take them to smoke claims. Yeah. That's part of your damages. Yes. Okay. Those are part of what you recover, absolutely. Alright. Hello mary. Hello. Yes. Ma'am. Yes, I'm calling the if I might be able to have some legal recourse against my landlord that I'm renting from what's going on that we had a new manager come about two years ago. But this is an ongoing problem came and opened the door to my part and was on her way in she didn't know, I was here. And I said who is it when I went to the door to see he took off running. So. And then when I saw what she said. Oh, I'm sorry. I scared you, but what it was was that. I was I was going to the wrong apartment. Well, I know that wasn't true because I live in a corner apartment and their partners. Okay. That she knew she was doing was at one time, by the way, Mary or does she can take one time that she continue. Does she continue to do that? Somebody is coming in my -partment and tearing up my furniture cutting. The rug some really read it. Yeah. But did I've gone on? And I had to police come over. And I show them everything. And they said, well, they said, you know, what you need to do is get a camera. Those ring cameras as what you have to get. And I got some bad. No rain. I don't know. That's just the name. There's a there's dozens of manufacturers out there. And what you do is you get this little camera. And it's just sits there right on your door. And it's sees everybody that's coming to your door. And you would be able to see her see him. So that's what you wanna get. And then if you can record that. And I don't know do those little cameras have reporting capabilities because it's one on your phone. I think so. On your phone. Yes. I have put the cameras that. But what's going on? I put cameras in here on January thirteenth. I got the camera there now granting and batching paint up on my car out on the parking lot. Someone hate you. Someone hates you. They do because I mentioned to management that she was coming in and hang on. All right, Mary. Hold on a minute. All right. You have one time. She went in to management one. She went into your house once and all of this is your house is being vandalized and your car is now being vandalized because I soon the camera was there who would you like to sue when you say, I want recourse, who is it that, you know, I don't know if I could management figure. They're gonna they're gonna throw you out. But yeah, I think there is some liability or especially if you reported it to management, and I'm assuming you took pictures of all the damage, correct? Oh, yeah. Right. And your show, and you showed it to them. What are the police say, by the way? Well, the police where the ones that told me to get the cameras, so they wouldn't even take a report. So the police wouldn't even take a report of damage vandalism would do was they were gonna go downstairs to the manager. All right, tell them. No. Because I did it exactly the same. If you sou-. That's what that's what's going to happen. You're going to sue for the damages, and guess what? She's going to say. I didn't do it the same thing. She tell the police which we go back to want you to have video. I want you to have. Well, what you're saying? Is that video stop vandalism inside the house, right? Yeah. Coming in my car. I would put a video camera outside the area where you can video your car. These are all wireless, and they're not very much money. And that's the way I'd handle it. It's not easy because it's fine. Who can I go after? Well, if you don't have absolute proofs go after it's kind of weird going in the house vandalizing the place when the camera goes up, then you go to the car vandalize car in. Yes. When that happens you kill the dog. I mean, I don't know where you go with that. I really don't someone really hates this woman. That's for sure let me tell you about or talking about earlier theft, identity theft. So let's say you had something to mail. It's important something private tax documents, which contain your social security, number or other financial information, which put it on a postcard or on the outside of the envelope. Of course, not well when you use public wifi that is what happens virtually that's what you're doing. And you could be potentially exposing. Actually, you are exposing sensitive private information to cybercriminals or even companies that just track your browsing activities and then sell all that. Which is why I'm going to suggest Norton secure VP and. It's an easy to use virtual private network that in Crips your.

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"three months later" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"three months later" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Three months later, we were registering domains and buying a quick moment and low the it says that's how you started listening to coast to coast on the graveyard shift. Is that how you started listening to custom coast? Yes, I've been introduced to it just before I started and kind of forgot about it was bored. One nine hundred foot was that show that the guy told me about right? That's great. Well. The thing. I love about coaches. You know, everyone listens to it. There isn't a set demographic for coast, I listened to it. My uncle Mark listens to it. You know, ev- everyone out there. When they're driving late at nights gonna come across something on coast is going to appeal to them. Kind of what we're going for. And we just moved here. We've got an astrologist thing the nerd seeing the conspiracy thing we just talk about what interests us. Goodness authentic, and it's fun. And I love it. When you guys go down the paranormal route. So as long as I have you. Tell me what you know about d'appel gainers. Not a not a ton. I mean from popular culture. I mean, I how I met your mother had a whole story arc where they were all looking, you know, finding their Dapo gangs, and by the end of the series people have mixed reactions to that. But by the end of the series, they all sound their d'appel getting out in the wild. So double gainers in that context or people that talk about it is being body doubles, right like lookalikes, but you can also have the the spiritual double. Well, I think that's the part. That's really fascinating is the idea. It's kind of rooted in like young and psychology that there's a shadow self. That we project out of our out of our own bodies in that shadow self is with us all the time. And I it it's a fascinating concept to me about how. That we we may never see it. But suddenly, we might we might look up and see ourselves looking back on ourselves mimicking ourselves in only look perhaps slightly different or that we wouldn't recognize yourselves because we don't even recognize our true self, and that's that's kind of the horror of d'appel Ganga's. It's true. And I I wish I could remember the the comedians name, but at work, I had an employee come up to me and say, you are just like this. This is a clean comedian. I think he's LDS. And. Big guy. Like, I am. But he is saying almost verbatim. What I'm doing just doing it more successfully in some cases. And how does it? How does the getting nemo drunk thing can stay consistent with the church of latter day saints nemo, an iron L D S S. And so she doesn't drink or smoke or partake of any of the, you know, the the awful things that name on. I do like the the whiskey Saturday, which we've always a classic crown next to us when we record, okay? Just checking I always wondered about that. Because you all are in Salt Lake. Yup. We actually we recorded in a small town called to will just about forty minutes outside the city. So have has anybody ever from has anybody ever come up to you and told you you look like somebody, and you felt flattered about it afterward? Never. Yeah. That's the thing about when people do that when they treat like, oh, you've got a body double. And it's like really, that's who you think. It's never. They look like Brad Pitt. Brad Pitt if he ate a entire. Exactly, right. Exactly. Right. Well, thank you. I appreciate it. We're proud of your podcasts. And and we're happy to put a link up on the website. If you go to coast to coast AM dot com, you'll see there we just nerd here. And that's a part of the odyssey platform, which is part of iheart family. But it's it's it's just great to see the your place. You you taking your place there on the gene Roddenberry platform to where you continue to explore these themes in a in a way, which I think I think if gene Roddenberry where live he would love that show too. Because it's way fun. Well, thank you. Being part of odyssey has been a great journey. I'm learning so much about the media industry, you know, things to rest letting me run some of our social media platforms and cool and help with the programming. It's it's a lot of fun. You've been a great mentor everything since we started this last year has just been an amazing journey. And I I hope it doesn't end anytime soon while glad I.

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"three months later" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

06:42 min | 3 years ago

"three months later" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The Huffington Post writes at Amy klobuchar club char three people have withdrawn from consideration deleted presidential campaign because of her mistreatment of staff, so they're she's having a little trouble trying to get people to work for. Eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred Scott. Thank you for waiting. Welcome. You're on the Tom Sullivan show. Scott. Hello, tom. I've been wanted to talk to you for a long time. And fortunately, I have a story that got me on the air. Okay. Ever. Well, like, Tim, I'm a former sky day and back in the eighties. It was very similar to what this young man went through. I had a boss flight chief my first one. I went to and I said, hey, I need to put in for leave. Hey. He says, well, you know, you can't get in the book unless you do it in writing. So that night at work. I composed a little note saying I need leave from these dates this date next morning when we returning in our weapons, I walked up to my handed this this letter to him, and he looked at me kind of funny, and he said, okay, and he just kinda crumpled up shoved in his pocket, and he put it in the books fast forward, three months later. It's about two weeks before I'm supposed to take leave. And I go into his office and say that I need a elite for him because I'm going on leaving about ten days to two weeks. He says, oh, no. We the only allowed to have three people on to people on leave at a time and your third on the list. I said you said I was in three months ago whose second on the list, he goes, I am. Oh, really fast. 'cause I know you're short on time. But I'm down in this hangar guarding and aircraft in the middle of the night. He comes down for what's called a post. Check to see what's going on with everybody out there who's doing nothing watching a plane. Right. And I said, you know, that's a really really poor thing. You did. I submitted this in writing and now the letters gone and you're number two on the leave book. That's just the way. It goes. I said, well, it can go another way. And I swear to you this happened. It was the eighties. He said how can it go? I said, well, you can grant me my leave. You can switch to another flight or we can have it out here right here right now. The only people in this hangar. Oh was he eighty s I'm a military brat. I'm old school. Anyway. Switched me. Doing another flight. I got my leave. And fortunately that lever at the right time because my best friend other died, and I had to be appalled with Paul bearer. Yeah. Another side note this guy had applied for oh CS. He wanted to be an officer. And fortunately, a guy named Greg Carter was his supervisor in Greg wrote him a very accurate performance report that killed any chance of him getting to commission. Thank god. So the guy retires twenty years top in the military should know something about honor, integrity and such. Well, he started selling insurance and teaches Sunday school, and he meets a married woman. And he starts dating her behind her husband's back. Insurance policy than cooks up the scheme. Oh well. James the combat PHP ATP. He's been on all the Discovery Channel. This guy's on death row in Oklahoma right now. This gentleman. Boss, ever, somebody top that. Please. Him. I feel is pain. This guy went on to kill somebody at you wanted to out with them. Oh, I wasn't gonna get out. I was going to feed them down like the coward. He was this guy. He's a complete and utter political coward. And everything that's happened to him. He deserves when when news broke amongst our circles 'cause we stay in touch from that base in Oklahoma City. When it broke that he was going on death row. None of us were shocked. Euro. Reporter from the Oklahoman interview interviewed me about this guy when the story broke he says, where do you think is I said, well, he's so predictable. He's probably in Mexico two weeks later, they caught him at the border trying to cut back in because he ran out of money. Is this North Carolina? Is this a state? City Oklahoma city. Yeah. At least you can you can find a back episodes on like discovery ID about this guy. He was telling people he was a special forces sniper or something. Yeah. The security troop he walked around airplanes as an airman, and then he screwed airman over as an NCO. Well, some people. Yeah. You can kind of spot their character. I guess maybe that's what you spotted early on. All right. Hey, scott. I think you take the top for the for the story of bad bosses guy. Winds up on death row. Get running here from Arizona. Hello, ron. Thanks for waiting. You're on the Tom Sullivan show. Yes, sir. Top thanks for taking my call. You you mentioned best on the radio waves. Thank you. What are you thinking today? You're welcome, sir. Well, I'm thinking about a guy named Jack. Welsh that I think you're very familiar with reigning. Yes. Yeah. Ios for General Electric for nineteen eighty one to two thousand and one the best manager that you ever seen and his banishment policy was that he would fire ten percent of his bottom management people every single year. Absolutely. Yes. Is able to stay on it at ten percent bracket. Right. I worked at a company that took Jack Welsh is very hard. And did the same thing at the bottom. Ten percent were cut every year. That's the way it was. But Jack, Jack when he was running GE the company the stock went up four thousand percent. And now since he has left and gone. The stock is in the basement. It's terrible. So he knew what he was doing. No question about he wrote a book about leadership that would be well recommended. Yeah. Jack Welsh is one of a kind of he was a natural born. Leader. Everybody looked up to Jack Welch so good. I'm glad you got that in before we run out of time. But Ron thank you. I'll take Jack Welsh recommendation. Any day? He's he's up in the eighties now. But he knew what he was doing when it came to run and General Electric. Those.

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"three months later" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"three months later" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

"I think you'll start realizing oh this person. I'm talking to MAC. He's he's not trying to sell me anything. He's helping me think better. I'm busy as well. And he's helping me think better, and I respect that from him. So chances are you're gonna realize even two three months later when you're evaluating decision. It's possible that the product I'm selling you might not be as. Shiny as a competitor's product or something else thinking about, but you're still going to remember me. Because I helped you think through it as sample, and I didn't treat you the same as everybody else that I talked to. So now when we translate that into a pipeline and actually doing opportunity management the actions that I take to pursue a customer like you must be different than the one. I take with somebody else. Going back to judgement being able to see the forest for the trees and leveraging technology in the right way to make those actions possible. I mean, this this is a wonderful topic. And I think more and more people are realizing that their sales process does not align with the customers purchase process. And the ground a lot of challenges because a lot excellent. Hey mac. I really enjoyed our conversation today where two people go to connect with you. And learn more about your work. Absolutely. Thank you, Brian. It was a pleasure. Indeed, all of what we have talked about is very court. Rainmaker force have actually created a product that helps with that. So more information is available at our web site. WWW dot Wayne maker force dot com. I.

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"three months later" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"three months later" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"L, A Cumulus station. Shutdown. Reaction from agents on the border. I'm Evan Haning day. Twenty two for the partial government shutdown federal workers got pay stubs, but they were printed with zeros. Chris Cabrera a spokesperson for the national border patrol council says besides lack of pay this is what really bothers border agents and federal employees working without compensation. Shut down was announced on the twenty second. And congress went on vacation till the twenty seven th they came back for a day and went on vacation again to the third and then they're off this weekend where our guys, and there's many eight hundred thousand people across the United States that are that are either furlough are working with no pay while these guys are enjoying vacations, and and getting paid for it and Illinois Republican congressman Adam Kensington says he's also disgusted with the way. Politicians are handling the situation and refusing to come to an agreement hawks on both Republicans and democratic houses we have a lot of time saying who's more to blame. And if you're on one side, it's always the other side, and we're in this battle. Everybody hates. Both of us. But we want them to hate the other side a little bit more in Wisconsin, James and Denise Kloss were found shot dead in their home in October and their daughter thirteen year old Jamie Kloss was missing police say she escaped from her capture. Twenty one year old Jake Thomas Paterson making it to safety. Nearly three months later, Barron county sheriff Chris FitzGerald says the crime appeared to be a random act, but a well planned one there's no evidence that we can uncover that the suspect near the clauses was at the clause home at any contact with them work with send emails to Facebook. That doesn't seem to be any connection.

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"three months later" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:05 min | 3 years ago

"three months later" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And the rest is history. Mackenzie. Who's the wife of Jeff Bezos who is splitting up was born in one thousand nine hundred seventy in San Francisco. Her father was a financial planner. And she was the mom was a stay at home. Mom. By high school, she moved east graduated from high school in Connecticut and MacKenzie went onto graduate from Princeton University with a bachelor's degree in English. Isn't that where Basil's went did? He didn't go to Princeton. She graduated in English with highest honors. So she's smart cooking. She studied under Pulitzer Pulitzer prize winning writer, Tony Morrison. While in college, and one of the best students that she's ever had in creative writing Morrison who has McKenzie's advisor. Thesis advisor was the one who connected her. Her fame, literally literary agent. Amanda Benke urban Jeff also here it is Jeff also graduated from Princeton. But in one thousand nine hundred six and the two never cross paths while studying there, they both went to Princeton. They both graduated from Princeton run into each other. While they were there, then married and he became a a gazillion air Jeff McKenzie met at work in New York City in one thousand nine hundred eighty two Jeff was the first to interview MacKenzie an investment management firm called d e Shaw at the time. Jeff Bezos was the president there and MacKenzie had come on board as a research associate the to Princeton graduates were engaged. Three months later, married in nineteen Ninety-three. Jeff mackenzie. Bezos arrived at them at riding at a party. Who cares? I well there it is. And there'll be a lot more of this story to come out. Jeff Bezos, getting divorced and marrying a local TV star here where she was. So I wonder if Mark Thompson Mark knows right? Oh, yeah. Yes. Let's let's get baby. Maybe Marco come on. Do you think Mark noser? Bellio. You wanna feel him out? And see if he knows him. I know he knows her or he does what do you come on and talk about or is he? Or does he have Amazon packages coming? I think he has Amazon pack. I'm sure of all. No, no, no. It's okay. I think he's on his way to Vegas. I've met her. Let's tomorrow or you've met Lauren before their name, Lauren Sanchez. Oh, yeah. It bellio. I wasn't supposed to say that Sanchez. What did I say Sanchez Sanchez? Lawrence and chips potato potato tomato tomato. Call me different names that they call you. Hey bellio. Well, actually family says in the rest say bellio. So oh, really? Yeah. What do you prefer? Well, I used to be Balibo. But then nobody knew how to pronounce it or spell it properly until I started saying bellio Leo for years. When you say bellio. It's better than right. Yeah. Like what? I don't think it's what. Julio. That's hot. Bellio. Sounds like the rough draft of the first name of the bear in jungle book. Yeah. We'll come. Bellio. It's quite a stretch. Yeah. Yeah. Let's his name. What's his name? It's Liu by Lou. Molly bolt Balibo was kind of like the first rat rough draft. We'll call the the bear Balil. Baalu barlow. Bellio. That's a great story. Never heard that story about your listening. Thanks Conway never heard it. I think if you go to people say if you go to Italy, it's bellio. And then they Americanize below. I like bellio. Bellio. A stronger name. Bellio. It's three Boehm syllables. Bo. Bo. Bo said bellio. Yeah. Yeah. Your dad knows what's going on. Can I have some more? I brought you some disease. Yeah. No. Yeah. Bellio. Is a I'm in twenty three b I didn't get you Jack as give me a drinker. I'm going to make your life. Hell that's the way to roll that. The Leo is. Thank you got wherever you guys want me to even take the next plane on you ought to paint. Anything if fully earned. Lady with JetBlue. You say today. Oh, yeah. What did the jet? Blue. Ladies say, she's got a gun or something here..

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"three months later" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"three months later" Discussed on 710 WOR

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"three months later" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"three months later" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Art at a unique ammo police believe he's behind at least thirteen burglaries arrested him. But more than three months later. They're still trying to build a case against him. Investigators believe upscale houses for sale were the favourite burglary sites of thirty two year old Benjamin Eitan Akron from whose own home in storage unit. Police say the recovered fashion, apparel and accessories, jewelry, and artwork the pictures. You see before you are just a small representation of the over two thousand items that we seize during this search warrant items belonging to musical artists are Sharon Jason Derulo and Adam Lambert among at least ten others LAPD Hollywood detective, Jerry Timmons sadaqa, unusually targeted multi million dollar homes. Visit has been put on the market casing them by posing as a would-be buyer or broker they believe that he was a buyer when he showed up he was dressed to the nines. He acted the park. He was very slick. Tim and sid Ackerman signed into open houses at several of the homes later burglarized. And a lot of these cases we tampered surveillance videos among the victims real housewife of Beverly Hills. Torit lamelo chemistry. Who recounted the burglary recently on E saying all her jewelry was taken accepting only a necklace? She never wore may steal all of my jewelry, set all of my handbags. Police are aware of thirteen burglarized homes, but they account for only a portion of the items recovered in the searches we believe there may be additional victims in hopes of locating them LAPD set up this website with photos of recovered items as police seek additional victims and accomplices Ackerman still has not been formally charged and remains free after putting up one million dollars bail. And Ackerman has lived recently in this neighborhood. We knocked on the door the evening, but got no answer. Well, I haven't met city alight Patrick Healey. NBC four news, California businesses leaving the state at an increasing rate and L A and Orange County's or at the top of the list. The new research comes from a business consulting firm says eighteen hundred businesses left California in two thousand sixteen. That's the latest data available experts point to California's high corporate tax rate and legal red tape. If he wanted to relive the magic of the rose parade today was your last chance to see those floats up close all of them on display for the second and final day today. NBC four is Tony Kenya. Checked it out in Pasadena. Looks like it might be the tournament of roses post parade. Showcase of floats. Always draws a crowd in part because the distance between you and the floats is just inches not feet or yards. I dragged her out.

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