35 Burst results for "Three Thousand People"

UK: 43,000 may have received false negative COVID results

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

UK: 43,000 may have received false negative COVID results

"This is health officials have said that a private laboratory may have wrongly told forty three thousand people that they had negative corona virus test results the U. K. health security agency said that the immense a health clinic in central England has been suspended from processing swaps as a result of the incidents the agency said an investigation into the technical issues behind the full spectators was underway the problem was discovered off to many people he tested positive in rocket tests went on to show up as negative on more accurate PCL tests and then so was awarded a one hundred and sixty three million dollar corona virus testing contracts by the British government said October twenty twenty Karen Thomas London

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EXPLAINER: takeaways from the September jobs report

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last week

EXPLAINER: takeaways from the September jobs report

"The government September jobs report shows the unemployment rate tumbled to four point eight percent but the reasons are a mix of good and not so good the number of people reporting they were employed jumped five hundred and twenty six thousand last month well those jobless fell by seven hundred and ten thousand however one hundred and eighty three thousand people stopped looking for work and therefore no longer count among the jobless the share of Americans who either have a job or are looking for one the labor force participation rate slipped to sixty one point six percent in September before the pandemic it exceeded sixty three percent with demand for workers searching economists are a bit puzzled why so many have chosen to stay on the sidelines perhaps fear of becoming infected in public facing jobs struggles with child care some may be rethinking their careers or it simply chosen early retirement Ben Thomas Washington

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Last Year's Heroes, This Year's Scapegoats: Frontline Workers Livelihoods at Stake Over Vaccine Mandates

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:24 min | 2 weeks ago

Last Year's Heroes, This Year's Scapegoats: Frontline Workers Livelihoods at Stake Over Vaccine Mandates

"Unvaccinated. Healthcare workers are being fired in america. They've now got a nursing nursing shortage in new york 'cause they're firing nurses and medical personnel. Who don't wanna get vaccine the vaccine but unvaccinated illegals or pouring into the united states. What kind of a funny farmer we in. I really do feel like we're going crazy. Here is tucker last night with no power whatsoever. Who worked around sick people for the duration of deadly pandemic and rather than thank them. Were firing them. With no unemployment benefits and no health insurance and a lot of them state of new york for example the deadline for healthcare workers. The vaccine is already passed. according to most recent figures. Sixteen percent of the state's hospital workers eighty three thousand people remain unvaccinated. Eight percent of those workers have not gotten a single dose of the vaccine that they're going to be fired so the question is once again who's going to staff the hospitals in the middle of this public health crisis. Well that's an easy answer. According to the new governor of new york one no one voted for the state of new yorkers gonna use the military to do it and then hire temp workers from the philippines it's lunacy and by the way once again why exactly are all these healthcare workers thousands of them nationwide refusing to get the covert vaccine that is entirely fair question and no one is asking it. It might be worth finding out. You can't see this you. People don't understand the science in fact they might know more about covert and healthcare than your average democrat governor. Considering that's what they do for a living they treat people with cova every single day. So it's not like they're uninformed what is this exactly. It's not a few people it's thousands of people why no one cares punish them. The weakest now crushed meanwhile is for firing nurses and doctors were beating thousands of illegal immigrants into this country right now many of them infected with diseases including cove it. You're not supposed to say that because it's some sort of slur but it's factually true. Might be the smartest most profound voice on cable

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Sean Feucht on Saturating Washington DC in Prayer

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:36 min | Last month

Sean Feucht on Saturating Washington DC in Prayer

"Us more about the prayers. The next day the white house all that kind of stuff. Yeah so this is our second year in a row doing this and one of the things we really try to do is is really saturate. The city of dc. It's a. I would call it. It's almost like a pilgrimage. For for believers you know going to the capital city of place of significance that affects every area of our life. And then going to to to to the places in that city that really need prayer so we went to the supreme court and last year we had the largest prayer meeting in ever in american history in front of the supreme court over three thousand people showed up in the rain and it was significant because it was on the eve of amy coney baron getting confirm two supreme court and actually since that prayer meeting every single religious liberties case. It's been brought against the church has been overturned in the supreme court. So that's amazing. Were undefeated since our last prayer so we gathered there on sunday morning and then we went to the white house after the after that and prayed and worshipped at the white house. Eric you're with me together. There and then we moved to the lincoln memorial and we did a prayer meeting there and then we convene for the grand finale on the national mall so we really we hit all areas of dc. We just saturate the city. I mean you could see lettuce worship dear. You know shirts and everything was everywhere. And it's just something that we really like to do. We're going to go and take over the city for a day. Fill it with prayer. Fill it with worship shift the narrative of what people think about that

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You Cannot Compare September 11th to the January 6th 'Insurrection'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:04 min | Last month

You Cannot Compare September 11th to the January 6th 'Insurrection'

"Nine eleven attacks killed. Roughly three thousand people brought down. New york's tallest skyscrapers destroyed part of the pentagon crashed. Four passenger jetliners resulted in two wars and changed. Us foreign policy for decades. The january six riot led to the natural causes death of one capital police officer the shooting death of one rioter at the hands of police. The acute amphetamine intoxication death of another rider and the natural causes deaths of two more had the nine eleven attackers survived. They would've been charged with mass murderer. Most of the january six rioters have been charged with quote parading demonstrating or picketing in a capital bill in the capitol building thinking. You understand not one person on january. Six has faced insurrection charges. How do you have an insurrection without anybody in selecting. How does that work. Can you charge somebody with insurrection before you called. an

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America Marks the 20th Anniversary of 9/11

NPR News Now

00:53 sec | Last month

America Marks the 20th Anniversary of 9/11

"Us is marking the twentieth anniversary of the september eleven terror attacks that left nearly three thousand people dead sparked a just ended twenty year war and change the nation npr's. Amy held reports for the twentieth year. Families remembered loved ones lost alongside moments in your city. My brother tj hargrave who. We continue to miss an love every day. The world is the lesser place without him in shanksville pennsylvania. My cousin debbie jacobs welsh and at the pentagon defense secretary lloyd austin guardians of our ideals as well as our security because we cannot have one without the other president biden visiting all three sites of the attacks. That's burke. The warriors recently seen to an end in afghanistan where the taliban who gave shelter to the terrorists rule. Again

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US Marks 20 Years Since 9/11, in Shadow of Afghan War's End

AP News Radio

01:06 min | Last month

US Marks 20 Years Since 9/11, in Shadow of Afghan War's End

"Twenty years after the September eleventh attacks the US commemorates with a ceremony at ground zero that included family members of those killed three presidents and Bruce Springsteen among the performers why didn't Obama and Clinton stood side by side somberly at the national September eleventh memorial the president left the speaking to family members like Michael Lowe who lost his daughter Sarah a flight attendant on one of the hijacked planes that hit the towers are fine sustenance and a continuing appreciation all of those Bruce rose to be more than ordinary people at a father's pride in his daughter's selfless acts in the last moments of her life another speaker Springsteen who performed I'll see you in my dreams regardless of phone brother and sister most of the almost three thousand people that died on nine eleven were in New York at ground zero I'm Julie Walker

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Remembering September 11: "Why Do They Hate Us?"

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:11 min | Last month

Remembering September 11: "Why Do They Hate Us?"

"It is falling apart as As we watch these pictures live the world trade center. One hundred ten stories literally starting to fall and three thousand people killed by a group called al qaeda. Not long after. That event occurred almost twenty years ago. The talking heads the self-appointed elites coalesced around one question. Greetings my friends sebastian. Gorka here from strategist to president trump. And this is america first on the salem radio network all those people who think thought they was special. Qualify to comment on those events people who had very little if any background in counter-terrorism on national security coalesced around one question which actually i think it was the cover of time magazine that published that question. Why do they hate us. If you're of a sudden vintage you remember that. In the weeks and months since september the eleventh the e cognitive inability of people in america who are deemed to be special. Why is educated. Who asked the question how. How is this possible. How could grown men with just box. Cotton in little canisters of gas of spray. That is used in self-defense. Turn they form of mass transit into a form of mass

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20 Years After 9/11, Work of Identifying Remains Continues

AP News Radio

01:01 min | Last month

20 Years After 9/11, Work of Identifying Remains Continues

"Officials in New York or announcing they've identified the remains of two more victims of the September eleventh terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center just days before the twentieth anniversary of the devastating attacks that killed nearly three thousand people and jolted the nation the medical examiner's office says technicians using DNA were able to identify the remains of Dorothy Morgan of Hempstead New York she was a broker for marsh and McLennan officials also determined the identity of a man whose remains were recovered in separate fines in two thousand one two thousand two and two thousand six his family is asking the name be withheld it's the first time in two years new identifications have been made eleven hundred remains are still unidentified even though teams are still working to match DNA to fragments found chief medical examiner of New York Barbara Sampson says they pledge to do everything they can to make sure all those lost that day can be reunited with their families I'm Jackie Quinn

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Afghanistan: 20 Years of Mindless Mission Creep

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:39 min | Last month

Afghanistan: 20 Years of Mindless Mission Creep

"September. The eleventh was planned out of afghanistan. Three thousand people murdered in the space of one hundred and two minutes in a country. That was truly perfect to establish it. Training base is to house a mastermind. A of muslim fundamentalists never functioned as a nation on even during the monarchy that ruled it for a few years in the one thousand nine hundred seventy s no the nation whose genetic warrior bloodymindedness soul alexander the great defeated so the british empire at its height defeated so the soviet union which dis- deployed helicopter gunships against civilians. Landmines disguised as plastic toys to main but the children of that benighted nation. None of them could defeat the afghan tribes and our elite after deploying the best of the best special operators special forces. Cia pamela trees in october the month after september the eleventh in an amazing mission the quintessence of irregular warfare unconventional warfare. With just three hundred guys literally on donkeyback with laptops and laser-guided munitions leveraging twenty-one thousand indigenous anti-taliban northern alliance took down a tyler ban. This tried the out kind training camps and forced been laden to run and hide in likewise fundamentalist pakistan that amazing mission october. What happened twenty years of mindless mission creep. Twenty years of cretans. Who'd been to harvard and yellow convincing us and themselves because they believe as well that we're going to create democracy in south asia. The girls will go to school. Music will be legal again. And they'll be hospitals across ghanistan and civil society and gender studies. At the university. In kabul cretans imbeciles all of them

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Afghanistan: The Impact of 20 Years of War

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:58 min | Last month

Afghanistan: The Impact of 20 Years of War

"September eleventh two thousand one al qaeda terrorists hijacked four planes in us skies. They flew to into the world trade center in new york. One into the pentagon passengers fought back on another flight. It crashed in pennsylvania. Almost three thousand people died on that day. Six thousand were injured three days later. September fourteenth. two thousand one congress authorized george w bush to send the united states military into afghanistan to root out al-qaeda who'd been harbored there by the taliban twenty years of war followed the longest continuous military conflict in united states. History last month almost exactly two decades after nine eleven. The taliban returned to power in afghanistan. This week we're seeking to better understand the impact of twenty years of war twenty years of politics and policy on individual you'll be hearing from afghan women from us veterans and from others about how choices made in washington and kabul shaped their own lives. We don't claim that these individuals are wholly representative of any one group. No one is but perhaps we might better understand the consequences of national and international hubris bellicosity and even idealism by listening to some of the people who lived through the consequences of those historic forces. All the times. I have nightmares taliban coming into kabul. And i i have no job will burqa. Or they're beating beating me. So the fears become true. They enter the cover but The women's like me other women. They're still in the dangers.

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Surviving 9/11 was 'just the first piece of the journey'

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last month

Surviving 9/11 was 'just the first piece of the journey'

"Trapped deep in the wreckage of the World Trade Center will have mental live through the unthinkable twenty years later he's still living with it the injuries ended his career as a Port Authority police officer he has posttraumatic stress disorder keep shelves of mementos including across and miniature twin towers fashion from trade center steel he was portrayed in the movie and wrote two books about and during the ordeal MNOs says nine eleven lives with him every day it never goes away for those of us that were there that day survive that day he says one thing he learned as he fought for his life trapped in the rubble was never give up the way I can honor those we lost on those that were injured this to live a full life you know to be an example to others that you know September eleventh did not destroy us in the way the terrorists wanted to this to be destroyed nearly three thousand people were killed when al Qaeda hijackers flew planes into the trade center the Pentagon and a Pennsylvania field Julie Walker New York

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Tony Blinken Thinks the American Public Is Stupid

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:19 min | Last month

Tony Blinken Thinks the American Public Is Stupid

"If you actually wanted to tell the audience where are we. Who's in charge. What are their motivations. There is no better example than the tony blinken speech last night from how it was written how it was delivered the arrogance the deceitfulness of which the entire speech was presented. The you would use the term orwellian. But i struggle to even say that because orwell in his characters around airstrip one they had more commitment of truth to truth then tony blinken cut thirty four more than one hundred twenty. Three thousand people have been safely. Flown out of afghanistan that includes about six thousand american citizens. This has been a massive military diplomatic and humanitarian undertake. One of the most difficult in our nation's history and extraordinary feat of logistics and coordination under some of the most challenging circumstances imaginable. One hundred and twenty. Three thousand people have been flown. I've afghanistan only six thousand of them american citizens less than five percent. This is what he calls one of the most difficult diplomatic humanitarian undertakings anywhere. However he thinks you're stupid.

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Blinken says 'under 200, likely closer to 100' Americans wishing to leave remain in Afghanistan after US withdrawal

AP News Radio

01:04 min | Last month

Blinken says 'under 200, likely closer to 100' Americans wishing to leave remain in Afghanistan after US withdrawal

"Even though the military's withdrawn from Afghanistan the state department says its work will continue in evacuating civilians and holding the Taliban accountable for promises to uphold human rights secretary of state entity blink and says the new team will lead the post war diplomatic efforts for Afghanistan and for safety we suspended our diplomatic presence in Kabul and transferred our operations to Doha Qatar Blinken estimates more than one hundred twenty three thousand people have been evacuated but someone to two hundred Americans remain along with many of the Afghans who supported the US we will keep working to help our commitment to them has no deadline blink and says the U. S. and the international community will hold the Taliban to its promises but a Republican congressman Michael waltz who served in Afghanistan says the US has given it all away to the Taliban by pulling up with Americans left behind they understand strength in the understand leverage and they understand military might and we're showing none of that right now Jackie Quinn Washington

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Ben Yu Describes His Early Days in the World of Poker

Rec Poker

03:00 min | Last month

Ben Yu Describes His Early Days in the World of Poker

"Ridiculous. Has taken over. Three hundred episodes to get ben on the show By ben thank you for joining us. It's so great to have year. There's definitely three thousand people. You probably should have great to finally be here. Well i know we talked a little. We kind of this panel up here Some of us know you pretty well. Some of us have heard a little about you. We always like to pretend that maybe some of our listeners may be haven't heard of our guests at all. So can you just start by telling a little bit. About what got you into poker and kind of where people might know you best. I've got a couple of ideas. But i'd like to hear from you. I was like a lot of people in two thousand. Three hundred thousand four watching After on espn. I would be at school or at the gym. And i would make sure to raise home. I think this is before even have had Recording so it makes it a race. Come in time to catch the episodes now would like cover the clocks in my house because i knew once we get to the bottom of the hour. Someone was probably gonna win any kind of didn't know it so i would cover the clocks in my house. Make sure to watch the that way on. Starting in college and high school we would just play home games. You know small cash games through like five dollars tournaments sitting goes essentially my friends my random call high school in college friends and it's taking it more seriously just started to read books from two bus to and read the forums onto plus food. I learned that you've been actually learned how to play good as opposed to just you. What you thought was good you your power. You know intuitively was good almond. I just started taking it more seriously. At that point. I was playing with hold on because it was a much bigger game Much bigger game than it is now in terms of how many people have big it was and it was one of the predominant things online So i deposited twenty five dollars on party promptly. Lost factory with Small sitting goes hold on on Take it more seriously. And at that point. I'm reading books and reading hands and Other what other people that they should play online and You know starting to improve my game on and i would. I was so in love with a great this point in my life. now i actually did Another interview pretty recently. Basically at that point like how much of my waking time was either spent playing or thinking about folk figures probably over eighty percent. You know if i wasn't playing was thinking about the handed played or like writing them up to send the people get feedback from them So at this point. I was just ravenous anything about poker devour. There's any news following all the Tournaments and stuff on still watching all the episodes on espn and following. What would happen at world series every

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US Overdose Deaths Hit Record 93,000 in Pandemic Last Year

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

US Overdose Deaths Hit Record 93,000 in Pandemic Last Year

"U. S. overdose deaths hit a record in twenty twenty the centers for disease control and prevention released an estimate that a record ninety three thousand people died of drug overdoses last year that amounts to a twenty nine percent increase over twenty nineteen the nation was already struggling with an opioid epidemic and experts say lockdowns another pandemic restrictions isolated those with drug addictions and may treatment harder to get Shannon mon it is an associate professor of sociology at Syracuse University she says what's really driving the surge in overdoses is increasingly poisoned drug supply contaminated with fentanyl she says her research found increased deaths were more likely to be people who had already been struggling with addiction along with nearly three hundred eighty thousand deaths attributed to cope at nineteen the overdoses contributed to what is overall the deadliest year in U. S. history I'm Jennifer king

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"three thousand people" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

The Tony Robbins Podcast

04:47 min | 4 months ago

"three thousand people" Discussed on The Tony Robbins Podcast

"Saying it should take three thousand people following on fire out of the building to bring us together and remind us that we are better together than we are apart so low said so beautiful so beautiful as an i. I think that we're living in a time. In which unification has the power and we have to be able to go back and bring it though. We have to understand where things stand. We also just like in a relationship in those relationships. You're talking about the question i want to know is what are you what. What do you need more importantly than what you want. That's to me. These big mission statements has kid growing up. Know i'm gonna. I'm gonna be expression god's greatest love and i'm gonna inspire millions of people. They went on for like forty five minutes. Now my up. How can i help you know. And it's the all so sincere and real in shows up anybody. can i serve. How can i help. And i think when we come to that place it gets rid of a lot of those pieces because it shows. This is what i'm here bro. What this to be better for you and we have to show that to each other like you said whether it's in relationship intimate or they're it's a business or whether it's a racial situation in other countries they're absolutely. We have to be patient the patient because sometimes if a doctor walks into the hospital road at as a patient whether you need he may not have the estimated to be able to articulate what he needs but if he asked him how he feels he can tell you how he feels. It hurts right here. I don't know. I don't know what i need to fix it but it hurts right here and i think that that what while we developed the language it takes a while even in a marriage in my wife wants and they're right message. What are you need a depends on you know. Are we talking about dinner..

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Vietnam's COVID-19 Outbreak Threatens to Disrupt Tech Supply Chain

Mac OS Ken

01:27 min | 4 months ago

Vietnam's COVID-19 Outbreak Threatens to Disrupt Tech Supply Chain

"Vietnam with serious about not letting code nineteen get a foothold in the country. Appear serious about stopping it. Now that it has i quoted reuters piece here yesterday that said after successfully containing the new coronavirus for most of last year be at phnom now an outbreak that is spreading more quickly. More than three thousand people have been infected and thirty of it sixty three cities and provinces since late april as those numbers go up the country is reaching out for help and those numbers are going up. A report from bloomberg says vietnam has reported more than four thousand local virus cases since the twenty seventh of april as the country has become a more important part of the tech supply chain. It's asking the companies for which it makes things to make covid. Nineteen vaccine available. According to the report. Vietnam is asking south. Korean electrics manufacturer samsung electronics and other foreign companies to find covid nineteen vaccines for their workers. As the nation grapples with a virus surprising surge apple suppliers foxconn and luck share both up plants in vietnam plans that have seen disruption to the recent rise in vietnam of covid nineteen. Well it would be crazy. If apple was not one of the company's petition for help securing vaccine samsung as the only company mentioned in that context specifically

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Vietnam COVID-19 Outbreak Threatens to Disrupt Tech Supply Chain

Mac OS Ken

01:09 min | 4 months ago

Vietnam COVID-19 Outbreak Threatens to Disrupt Tech Supply Chain

"More kuban concerns in the supply chain appleinsider highlighter reuters report. That says a surge in kobe in nineteen cases in vietnam has forced to slow down for manufacturers there including at least one about apple's after successfully containing the new corona virus for most of last year. The reuters report says vietnam is now battling an outbreak that is spreading more quickly more than three thousand people have been infected in thirty of its sixty three cities and provinces since late april as for the effect the outbreak will have on apple specifically. There's not a lot in the story on not. According to apple insider source at apple supplier had reported that the factory had split. Its workforce over two chefs. The source also says that the changes are temporary for now with the current measures expected to last two weeks. Otherwise the source told reuters. The supply chain will be more or less disrupted the source requested anonymity which may be why. The peace doesn't say which apple supplier or suppliers are

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"three thousand people" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

05:59 min | 6 months ago

"three thousand people" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"More and more chilling and it with a smart sensor linked to your phone so your phone is linked to your mask measuring every breath you take. I wonder who it reports back to. You know who who's keeping a record and they will keep a record that's the goal of it and they they compare this true to communist critics core system which is a with social credit. They measure everything you do. And i guess the kind of job you get or how much food you get the in how far you can travel but everybody is going to be monitored because That's what they're planning but the big thing is the contest is Can they win without a fight and are we going to wake up enough people to stand stand up against them and of course if we listen to our friends which we do i would say well. We're well on our way. We're going to win this thing. But i think even most of our viewers realize that there's no no easy task here but You know the most of the people that we know we talked to. They think sitting back and say well. We can't win so we're not gonna do anything. I don't think they're doing that. They're ready. they're ready to stand up against that. And i think that it was so miraculous in a way of what happened at the baseball game with three thousand people showing up and say we don't. We're we're not gonna wear your stupid mouse..

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"three thousand people" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

02:16 min | 8 months ago

"three thousand people" Discussed on Making Disciples with Robby Gallaty

"Leaders. You're praying for a move of god. You are praying. Like i have for for a book of acts revival but think about this. What if god decides to pour out his presence upon your congregation this sunday and three thousand people follow through with baptism. Here's the question. Do you have the infrastructure to disciple that many people because remember the disciples were interested in signing a card and sending a name to the convention or putting a putting a name of a family on wall or all in favor. Say i know. They knew that.

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"three thousand people" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"three thousand people" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Something you're supposed to put it as any so most anything you're supposed to put on their death certificate that wasn't one of the causes of death right is is is coronavirus she just they have not been tested positive only if you suspect that possibly it was caused by the virus is another what does that do that drive up the numbers charges please visit and makes people panic and here's another thing that makes people panic they talk about the mortality rate of the corona virus being ridiculously higher than the seasonal flu now sold it here's an example so it let's say you have a hundred people that you know of that have the coronavirus and ten of those people die well then you have a do you have a ten percent mortality rate and it sounds outrageous outrageously high but in reality it's not a hundred people who have the corona virus it could be a thousand two thousand three thousand that have been undetected or you haven't discovered yet which means you have the real deaths the ten people died and everybody knows that but if you have three thousand people who have it the mortality rate is even lower right it's because we do not have a number in the denominator and the only thing the reporting of the death rate isn't in the numerator they did the exact same thing with bird flu in two thousand and five and the exact same thing that they estimated there were tens of thousands of people that had a bird flu H. five N. one influenza infection that was so mild they didn't even go to the doctor still made the net the denominator in the thousands and then let's say let's issue that led to a thousand people were infected a hundred people were sick enough to go to the doctor a ten people were sick enough to go in the hospital and one person died but that of the ten that went in the hospital so that's ten percent but that's one out of three thousand exactly what they don't tell you that exactly a because all they never report the number of people that were tested negative they and then now they're trying to blame and here's another thing now they're trying to blame all these people you're testing positive testing positive to watch because you have an I. eight nother promoting this whole I. G. G. E. antibody which could very well mean that you had a coronavirus infections fifteen years ago so you're positive for that and now Bill Gates wants you to have the certificate of being clean in order to go back to work and travel and travel and is on transportation to have a show us your papers society that you have an antibody that really doesn't mean anything in of the courses that we doing courses for master dot com is that we actually talk about the fact that in it is that we believe after vaccines that antibodies just a marker of contamination and antibody after you've had a real infection thank you for Concord and so we may be recovered fifteen years ago wait there's so many unknowns there's so many things that are not clear and so much confusing information and yet we are driving the global economy into the ground ruining people's lives taking away their livelihood taken away their businesses over hypotheses in their homes and everything else too those things are connected to their gonna go next to the C. these mortgage companies may give you a little relief but they're going to want their money and we're coming up security into the allergy season what people normally just sneeze I mean my guy guy get belittle allergies around Memorial Day right around that period if I'm in Saint Louis which I probably will be this year because of the grass and stuff like that people are going to see people sneeze are gonna pass card today our impact now I mean if you go outside if I walk out my front door to go down to my mailbox to get my mail by the road and I don't have a map can somebody drive fights like they they look like they're gonna throw stones at me I was at the grocery store yesterday I'm not wearing a mask by the way I'm not doing that because I think my immune system is strong enough to fight off just about anything but some lady had her shopping cart and she was wearing a mask and she was coming my way down the aisle she did a bee line to get away from me I know because I did have a mascot that's what we are creating to walk into stores and see yellow footprints that are six feet apart that number was just a theoretical number they decided that sixty it was like the difference between a dead body do you think that they actually had people staying in the room and expose them to pepper and had them sneeze and sneeze and see how far it goes and then they came out two weeks later but saying maybe twenty seven feet is the distance of this thing right we're glad you can't touch each other we aren't supposed to shake hands anymore and human beings are we we are communal mammals by who we are we like to hug we like the kids who like the high five when something goes well and now it's like nope don't touch anybody else that's just talking bandying permanently banning us shaking hands Cuomo has even floated the idea of permanently banning all types of congregations particularly churches so it's really something else we're going to take calls with you next hour sherry but if the vaccine is discovered or if they create one what do you think will be an out well here's the thing George do you remember back on my very first interview with you very first one has to be done around two thousand three or four one it was a two thousand dollars all right then I was filling in for Ian and our guys okay you actually were and United that it did that I I remember distinctly because it was a eight eight eight he's a seminal point in my career and I've always thought highly of that interview and one of the things we talked about at that interview with the model state emergency health powers act I remember that and that you know has now been rolled across the country in all fifty states and it lays that is that law that went into effect in two thousand and one has laid the groundwork for all the things that we've done in terms of these quarantining.

"three thousand people" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"three thousand people" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Fifty three thousand people in Seminole county are experiencing food insecurity sharing center walks alongside local families in crisis with food financial assistance and providing crucial basic needs get involved and learn how you can help our neighbors in need this is the sharing center dot org at times like this it's easy to realize just how much we take some things for granted the produce person or cashier at your local grocery store the teller at the drive through of your bank or credit union or the chef for server your favorite restaurant right now lots of small businesses in our area are doing what they can just like you to hang in there summer working to serve their clients in creative new ways while working to keep their employees and customers and some will even close their doors for the time being out of concern for the greater good do your neighbors and local business community disfavor logon connect with your favorite stores and providers online give them a shout out on Facebook or Instagram and show your support and when we get back to normal they'll be happy to serve you and show you that you've never been taken for granted this message is brought to you by **** media group and your friends at burns at Orlando certified financial group and RC hill Mitsubishi the second amendment guarantees your right to bear arms at the armory they guarantee they have the right firearm for your protection at the armory specializes in firearms ammunition tactical gear and even trade ends the armories conveniently located in Kissimmee winter garden and a veto or the armories dot com this is ninety six point five W. DPO and we can definitely do something to help maybe.

"three thousand people" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"three thousand people" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"About teaching forty three thousand people about ways they can utilize public transportation and what's the best way to inform seventeen thousand people about lifestyle changes they can improve their cities air quality these are just a few examples of the way they inside uses advertising for good we're a dedicated group of people that create local marketing campaigns that leave a lasting impact tell us how you would use advertising for good insight impact dot com the Lutheran hour bringing Christ to the nations in nineteen sixty three CBS sports he produced instant replay at the army navy football game and revolutionized the experience of watching sports on television today Dr Michael Ziggler says god's forgiveness changes the way we experience real life when you use the instant replay feature of your memory to do well in your in your failures and shortcomings in your sins life can slow down to a torturous pace the whole Bible is a story about the problem of human judgment the evil that slaves and the guy who wants to set it free set us free Dr Ziegler's messages titled upon further review hello I'm mark Asher thanks for joining us today your gifts and prayers help Lutheran hour bring Christ to the nations and the nations to the church thank you for your faithful support now here's our speaker Dr Michael Ziggler Hey Michael my brother in law says to me wasn't technically my brother in law at the time I was engaged to be married to his sister so he's my future brother in law all his name he says to me Hey Michael you think you can do this all standing on the sidewalk that leads all the way down the path to the lodge where we're having a family reunion my wife's side of the family along this sidewalk there's a a metal hand railing about standard hand railing height four feet high all jumps up on top of it balances himself and walks like a trapeze artist the whole length of this hand railing gets to the end hops off does a half twist in the air sticks the landing like a gymnast and says to me give it a try why did I mount the hand railing steady myself and I noticed that there's a crowd starting to gather family members great aunt Dorothy in some of the cousins I I slowly start to take a few steps what happened next I can still see very clearly because I've watched the instant replay in my mind many times sometimes in slow motion I lost my balance and when I lost it I did not fall off to the left of the rail below me I did not fall off to the right I fell right down the middle not a gold medal landing I know because I've watched the replay what do you do with the instant replays of your failures if my memory war like L. warehouse of old film strips stacked up on shelves there would be a special corner for these memories labeled epic failures and the one that I just shared you it's pretty benign it's harmless the it didn't do any real long term damage I'm still part of the family they still Love Me they still claim me but there are other memories in that section of the warehouse that are more embarrassing more damaging more indicting these events have have tested the limits of the people who love me and their capacity to forgive what do you do with your memories of failures one option is the instant replay now this is a replay has its place it can be helpful in sporting events and also in life there is value to mentally replaying clips of your failures of receiving criticism and learning to do better at the same time the instant replay wrongly used can do more harm than good it's like that in sports at its best the instant replay it sure is sports fans that that the game isn't rigged and it won't be ruined by human error at its worst the instant replay over used slows the game stalls it sucks the joy out of it and it's like that for life to if you don't review your failures.

"three thousand people" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"three thousand people" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Fifty three thousand people in Seminole county or experiencing food insecurity hearing center walks alongside local families in crisis with food financial assistance and providing crucial basic needs get involved and learn how you can help our neighbors in need this is the sharing center dot org Tony Marino for all American solar a local family owned and operated business that's now part of the news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. family and to celebrate they're giving you a five hundred dollar family discount all American solar is part of our central Florida community you may use all made in America products that can help you use the power of the sun to save money they offer special financing and right now the give you five hundred dollars off just mention my name Tony check out solar nine six five dot com solar nine six five dot com listen up were little area are you interested in learning how to generate active and passive income flipping real estate tax liens and listen to this the premier tax lien company is offering a free tackling kit which contains educational videos and materials that will show you how to invest in government tax liens which can earn up to eighteen percent investments that are secured by real estate plus see how you can access our tax lien inventory not available to the general public so if you want to learn how to become a real estate investor without swinging a hammer or being a landlord then text Orlando two three one zero zero zero now to get your free tax lien get and get ready to learn how to invest in tax liens text Orlando to thirty one thousand right now to get your free tax lien investor kit plus two free tickets to a live training of it in your area text Orlando to thirty one thousand that's Orlando to thirty one thousand for your free tax lien get now individual results may vary Hey right now is a great time to call S. and W. kitchens got in as your big fan of S. and W. kitchens folks for years now S. and W. is but a dream client of mine because they do what they say they're going to do and they do outstanding work but just don't take my word for it check out this review from Peggy over in Brevard county quote.

"three thousand people" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand people" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Nearly three thousand people were killed at the World Trade Center the Pentagon and near Shanksville Pennsylvania hi freighter Brian Eugene Belcher mark being the victims names read aloud as always at the nine eleven memorial for some the loss of their loved ones is still unbearable and my hands for whom I named my daughter after. hi Susan idea than I thought. we love you forever. president trump speaking at the Pentagon today says nine eleven is seared into our soul the annual tribute in light will illuminate the night sky in lower Manhattan this evening to memorialize the September eleventh attacks the NYPD has released the name of the Brooklyn boy killed Tuesday afternoon by an out of control S. U. V. his ten year old and so for rocky hill police say the boy was killed when a sixty year old driver suffered a seizure and this car jumped the curb on ocean Avenue near mid would bus stop neighbors are horrified you know you send it to the school and it won't come back is is very bad witnesses say the boy may never have seen the car coming because he was looking at a cell phone the car came to a stop after crashing into a scaffolding the driver and his eight year old passenger suffered minor injuries no charges filed Wall Street the Dow cross the twenty seven thousand point barrier today and right now the Dow is up to hundred forty points the nasdaq is up seventy one and the S. and P. is up sixteen points in sports the Yankees homered six times last night but they still lost twelve to eleven at Detroit they face the Tigers again tonight the Mets be the Diamondbacks three due to its city filled last night those two teams playing.

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"three thousand people" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand people" Discussed on KOMO

"Or from all agents are the most Seattle kaylyn O. F. M. Oakville from ABC news I'm Richard cancer with the wind blowing at fifty miles an hour tropical storm Dorian is on a path that'll take it over Puerto Rico later today it was two years ago hurricane Maria devastating the island in the lives of the American citizens who live here the strong category four storm made landfall nearly two years ago packing hundred and fifty five mile per hour winds killing nearly three thousand people the storm and knocking out power to much of the island for months female singer much better prepared than two thousand seventeen stocking warehouses around the island with vital supplies at the ready ABC's Victor Oquendo at Ponce Porter Rico filing Deutsche Bank divulge did is in possession of trump tax records of congressional investigators a keen on seeing congressional subpoenas broad in scope or working their way through the court system Democrats claim the returns will help lawmakers figure out how and whether to require more presidential transparency the GOP argues its political harassment ABC news legal analyst royal Oakes a federal judge in Kansas city block Missouri's law barring abortions at or after eight weeks from taking effect today as scheduled the long hold while legal challenges are heard that could take months U. S. district judge Howard sack issuing a temporary restraining order blocking the law a day before it was set to go into effect this wall a lawsuit works its way through the court system Planned Parenthood and the ACLU say banning abortion after eight weeks is unconstitutional pointing to similar laws struck down in Iowa and North Dakota Missouri Solicitor General claims Planned Parenthood and the ACLU don't have standing to challenge the law Ribeiro ABC news in Mississippi's second.

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"three thousand people" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand people" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"As you use every day toothpaste vitamins paper towels and coffee week two of our fall kick on sale is going on now at your northwest employed by March with the wind blowing at fifty miles an hour tropical storm Dorian is on a path that'll take it over Puerto Rico later today it was two years ago hurricane Maria devastating the island in the lives of the American citizens who live here the strong category four storm made landfall nearly two years ago packing hundred and fifty five mile per hour winds killing nearly three thousand people the storm knocking out power to much of the island for months female singer much better prepared than two thousand seventeen stocking warehouses around the island with vital supplies at the ready ABC's Victor Oquendo it Ponce Puerto Rico in a court filing Deutsche Bank divulge it is in possession of trump tax records that congressional investigators are keen on seeing the back stop short of saying it has the president's tax returns a federal judge in Kansas city barred Missouri's law barring abortions at or after eight weeks from taking effect today the law on hold while legal challenges are heard that could take months Richard can't to ABC news and now okay to weather brought to you by standard TV and appliance well here we go again on Wednesday plenty of sunshine and hot possibly near record breaking heat across the Willamette Valley including her report in Vancouver area we're talking daytime highs back up in the upper nineties some locations in the valley can could crack one hundred degrees not is when people keep an eye at the possibility of thunderstorms by Wednesday evening early on Thursday cooler weather later this week from the K. to storm tracker weather center I'm Dave philosophy after you wake up and before you go to bed the new strapping and whether you need from just say eleven ninety nine I heart radio and this guy no never saw and one do no no you're listening to the coast to coast AM with George Noory our special guest tonight Neale Donald Walsh his latest book the essential path is websites linked up and coast to coast AM dot com date dot com that's our dating service you can have a great time meeting people that really get you as it approaches eighty eight thousand members free to sign up give.

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"three thousand people" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand people" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"FBI is aiding and the investigation North Korea's Kim Jong UN is arrived in Russia via trained for a meeting with vitamer Putin. Give is expected to stay there days. But the trip has been shrouded in secrecy Thursday's meeting between Kim and Putin comes as North Korea, and the US still can't agree on much of anything as second summit between Kim and President Trump abruptly ended in February with nothing resolved. Former vice president Joe Biden is expected to formally announce his candidacy for the democratic presidential nomination. Today, Biden is number one in all polls that survey all Democrats, but when it comes to the growing and very loud progressive wing of the party, Biden has a knee make eight percent and today the president takes on the fight against opioid addiction. The president flies to Atlanta today. And we'll be the headliner speaker at the prescription drug abuse in heroin. Summit. The president has made fighting the nation's epidemic abusive opioid pain medication a top public health. Priority. Key speakers include not only the nation's leading public health professionals, but also law enforcement some three thousand people are expected to attend the event. The first lady will accompany the president on this trip. Mexico's arresting hundreds of Central American migrants heading north toward the us more than three hundred and sixty people in a caravan didn't get very far before Mexican authorities arrested them it is the biggest rate on a migrant caravan in Mexico since the groups from Guatemala Honduras, and El Salvador started moving through the country last year, it happened in a southern Mexico town about three hundred fifty miles west of Guatemala City. President Trump tweeted his unhappiness about the caravan this morning writing at has been reduced in size by Mexico, but is still coming. Mexico must apprehend the remainder or we will be forced to close that section of the border and call up the military. Texas death row will roar back. To live tonight for a white supremacist linked to the dragging death of a black man in nineteen ninety eight. The town of Jasper will forever be linked to racial violence. Even after tonight's execution of John William king, the third of three men to learn their fate for the dragging death of James Byrd, reveron faucet. At Saint Michael's Catholic church says there is no such thing as closure for his community. We're going to be noted for that forever. But I think as people have community. We don't see ourselves that way he says in the two decades since birds death they've worked to promote peace in their community. And while there are still issues of racial inequality. They know they're better than how outsiders paint their image. Michael board NewsRadio twelve hundred w about not having to change the clocks twice a year anymore. San Antonio state Representative law Larson's Bill to allow citizens to vote on whether to switch to standard time or daylight time year round has overwhelmingly approved by the house, if it goes to the Senate in his okay there, the vote would be a November. And if approved the new permanent time would take effect January first this year's list of new words being added to the Mariam web. Stir dictionary six hundred and forty of them are heavy on millennial. Pop slang words, like swollen..

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"three thousand people" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand people" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"But either way she says we lost more than three thousand people last year. So this is another attempt to bring people in out of the shadows. And get them the help they need and keep them safe dead, people don't recover, and she also talks about how like she talked about like back alleys or alone in their cars. She says they could go and use these drugs that they already have. But this way, there'd be medical personnel. They're like, okay. Is this where you're talking about people that are like shooting up and back alleys? I think this is so far into their addiction. If they're like. If they're like next to a dumpster somewhere shooting up that everybody already turned their backs on them. they have been in and out of rehab how many times and it is not working at that point i don't think they're even caring if they're going to overdose or not to be honest with you i think you know this is more something for the person who just doesn't want to shoot up in front of mom and dad at home but i don't think they're really saving the back alley heroin addict exacting that guy so far gone they're not going to be even thinking about their health and i wonder how trustworthy or how trusting i guess as you say they will be that they're not gonna get in trouble that okay that's it's okay to go in there but as soon as they leave they're going to get busted and i know they'll probably say well we'll keep an eye on them but you can't physically restrain them i mean you can't say you can't leave unless under arrest or something like that friday stumble out of the i don't know it doesn't seem like they would be a very trusting lot when it comes to the government just seems like an absolutely horrible idea and we want to know what you think about it one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five donna in monroe you're on new jersey one zero one point five okay sorta i lost my daughter six years ago yesterday the heroin overdose sorry thank you thirty seven years old severe heroin addict we have tried everything actual money that something like this what does she spend money yard is treatment centers for the uninsured and not in areas where drugs are being because that they have the the emphasis on treatment i think it would be a lot wiser i d i agree wholeheartedly with absolutely thanks for your call rory from philadelphia you're on new jersey one oh one point five all right so i had two points i wanna make the first one is statistically in countries like widespread use injections sites it is completely and utterly reduced the rate of overdose and even the rate of drug use the second thing is a friend of mine one of my best friends when i was a kid was a really really bad heroin addict was like shooting up and abandoned places and camden behind dumpsters and shit like you said thank you hurt him too but he dropped word that just can't let them continue yeah i would have loved to have heard where he was going with that about an old friend of his who was a heroin addict yeah that's unfortunate hopefully people call that first part that we were talking about in in other countries where they have these there are one hundred twenty of these sites in various parts of the of the globe none in the united states new york is talking about it just like we are but if we did it i we would be the first ones anywhere in the united states to actually have government-sanctioned if you want to call it like an opium den where people would come and shoot up and if what he says is true it's still doesn't sway me i don't think this is the way to reduce these numbers i think this is just tacit approval especially when you're handing them the needle to shoot into their veins it's just i don't know this is just lunacy to me if their hands are shaking well they depress the plunger for the feel okay to get them the fixed they need at that time who knows probably depends on the probably depends how liberal that.

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"three thousand people" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:23 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand people" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"It was built in remembrance of nearly three thousand people that were murdered in New York City on nine eleven. That's why it was built because the previous two or attacked and destroyed by anti American jihadis. Who hijacked our own airplanes? And our on air traffic control system when the government wasn't shut down and flew the planes in there and cooling into the Pentagon. So we got into gear and in a decade later. A new building went up to commemorate remember the four thousand people who died how's it now being used to celebrate the ongoing? Abortion of tens of thousands. Of Americans babies. New York City is one World Trade Center spire was lit pink. To celebrate the passing of a law that legalizes abortion for any reason up to birth. The law allows non doctors to perform abortions and repeals legislation recognizing unborn babies over twenty four weeks as potential homicide victims, New York, governor Andrew Cuomo. A catholic. Signed the Bill before ordering the spire of one World Trade Center as well as bridges and buildings in Albany to be lit up pink. In celebration. In the face of a federal government intent on rolling back Roe versus Wade and women's reproductive rights. I promised we would enact this legislation within the first thirty days in the new session. And we got it done. So they're celebrating celebrating anybody can do abortions now up to the due date, and if the child survives you can still finish the abortion. And they're celebrating this standing ovations. Here's the former governor of California Jerry moonbeam Brown at the National Press Club in Washington today. And he's all frightened is scared to death. Scared is frightened for the future of our country. Now, you would think that may be one of the things would scare him is. He just saw what happened in New York. That. Previous caller referred to this as serial, killing whatever you wanna call. It has just been made constitutional in New York. You think well governor Brown at some point. Everybody's got their limits. Maybe this is worrying him about the future of America. But no, no, that's that's not why he was concerned today at the National Press Club. I speak is someone who has been in the American political process for almost fifty years, and I can say at this moment the blindness in stupidity of the politicians and their consultants is truly shocking in the face of nuclear catastrophe in danger. It is two minutes to midnight and journalists. Yes, you love Trump's tweets you love the news of the day. You love the leaves that get the clicks. But the final click could be a nuclear accident or mistake. And that's what we have to all be worried about. And that's why we gather around this unveiling of the doomsday clock. So how do you do this? In the midst of celebrate. Eating one of your greatest achievements abortion for anybody anytime, anywhere. Even if you don't have a doctor. Why are these people never happy? I'm asking this rhetorically I'm trying to illustrate they never are happy. They are constantly seeking reasons to be depressed despondent angry outraged in perpetuity. And so now moonbeam has found the doomsday clock the doomsday clock, by the way is a political device created by an organization called the bulletin of the atomic scientists. When I first heard of this group, I was much younger, and I tried to find the bulletin. Bulletin boards have bulletins on them. So I went I wanted to. I was looking for a piece of paper the bulletin. And I found that. No, no, it's not that. This is a group of Tomek. Scientists learned it's a group of Uber left wing radical fo- academics. And they have this clock and midnight when it strikes midnight. That means it's up for all of us. We're history. We're doomed we're done women and children hardest hit. I'm sorry. Women and minorities hardest hit screw the kids. Now. And so we're we're two minutes to midnight here because of Trump's tweets. Two minutes from midnight. Donald Trump look at all the things they recycle this Rinaldi's magnets to nuke the world and his stupidity. We can't have a guy like Reagan in finger on a nuclear button won't work. Back to the phones navy Michigan. This is Ray great to have you on the program. Hi. Rush. You've with this discussion of abortion got by blood pressure off the Richter scale. It all you talked about the liberals and their. Morality of building a wall and yet. We can kill babies all day long. And no big deal. No, it really isn't. That's the thing. It isn't a big deal. You're right. Absolutely madman utter hypocrisy. I'll tell you if we discovered bacteria Mars tomorrow. The liberals would say we just discovered life on Mars. But yet a fetus is not a life. It's a precious life. It's actually a good point because the left did go nuts. The other day when I found out the Chinese have grown seeds on the dark side of the moon. That means we can move there because earth is ending earth is so bad climate change, you're gonna destroy it. But we can go to the moon now because they grew some kind of seeds, they're celebrating seed life. Yeah. It's you know, there's no common sense. It's not pro-life pro-choice pro-life pro-death pro let me ask you a question. Let me ask you a quick question here Ray seriously. And please don't don't inferred that. I'm I'm trying to answer for you or want a specific answer..

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"three thousand people" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"three thousand people" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"What about teaching forty three thousand people about as they can utilize public transportation? And what's the best way to inform seventeen thousand people about lifestyle changes? They can prove their cities air-quality. These are just a few examples of the way the insight uses advertising for good. We're a dedicated group of people that create local marketing campaigns legal big lasting impact. Tell us how you would use advertising for good at insight impact dot com. Dot com. Big hammer and Nigel show at four o'clock today. How did the city do with the snow? How were the drivers? And how about the colts lot to talk about ninety three WIBC? Okay. The racist egg. Disgusted earlier. It needs more. He needs more of our attention because I think some people miss the story. There is a company I never heard of a day in my life. Called kinder- eggs. Actually, it's kinder's is is the company and they make they make chocolate eggs. You know, like A Cadbury chocolate eggs chocolate egg. And and and you eat it. You're like, oh how delicious, but not only is it that it's called kinder- surprise. Kinder- surprise has a toy. In the egg. Now toy can't be that big, right? It's a little chocolate egg. Like A Cadbury sized. How big could the toy be? But that's what they do. And then a mother was. Giving this, you know, sharing it, I guess or with her with her son. And win the toy came out. She got offended she she got apoplectic. She started venting, and and and foaming at the mouth. Because inside the eggs were three plastic balloons. And the name of the company is kinder- K. I N D E R. And so each balloon had a K on it, and there were three of them. So there was a K. And there was another K. There was another k when you put it together, it was KKK, and she lost her mind because this chocolate egg is racist. This is absolutely true story. This woman is out of Victoria, Australia. And here's the kicker of the story. She felt sick. At the thought that her fifteen month old son could have played with the toy. Okay. Let's take a step back. Let's take a step back and walk through this. I I don't know if she was eating the chocolate just giving the toy to the kid. But if you're eating the chocolate that comes in basically Cadbury sized egg. And then you think a toy in something that's small so they're therefore rules of physics. The toy is smaller than the egg. If you think that's okay to give to your fifteen month old son to play with. Maybe we have a difference in parenting styles because I would assume that a fifteen months old those are the that's the kind of thing that will. Well, your kids gonna try and put in their mouth, right? Fifteen months old. Everything's going in the mouth that would be considered a choking hazard for those of us who play home game. So terrible parenting. I think can can be ascribed to this right here. Second. I if I may since you know, the company is kinder-, maybe they weren't thinking of it as KKK, and maybe your first reaction be KKK, and you should come down. Would it have mattered? If you're fifteen month old son had played with played with it. Would you fifteen month old son say a mother mother, don't you realize the says KKK, why did you give me such a racist? Toy next time when you had me choking hazards make shorts gender-neutral as well. What the hell? So we've got a multiplicity of madness from the from this story a mother who was looking for something to be aggrieved about who is by the way. Feeding her fifteen month old chocolate, which I think is fine. I mean, you're first birthday cake. Right. 'cause that's part of the tradition of kid gets cake all over them selves. You take pictures like, oh, this is a doorbell. We're never doing this again. What happens in every family already? Trust me. Nothing about you a special. Pretty sorry. Not a thing about you is in any way special every parent goes through it, and they feed their kid the cake, and they're like that's door. And then nine days later, they're still getting cake out of the hair and finding something under the cupboard. We are never doing this again. Ever. We do it outside. And we watched the kid down with a hose, literally. Like he's gonna Turkish prison. Just hose them down and move on. People are just offended by everything adjust every and they're desperate to be. I have not tried one of these can we order these like like can we can we get some kinder- eggs. I'm going to try and order them. Honestly,.

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"three thousand people" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"three thousand people" Discussed on World News Analysis

"Search offers for the one hundred twenty eight people still missing in that his Astor's own of the deadly to NAMI continues with some officials admitting privately that the chance of finding more survivors alive was slim. Former Pakistani prime minister Novus to Reeve has been sent back to jail after a fresh corruption conviction in Shania Australia will introduce new surveillance technology for crackdown on drones next year as concerns mound over there. Increasing prevalence in public areas. Staying the country as many as three thousand people have evacuated after residents of a newly completed Atara blog in Sydney Olympic reportedly hearing cracking noises movie. Onto Africa Sudanese President Omar al-bashir has about to adopt economic reform measures that would provide decent living for its citizens. If the opium announced that it has arrested fifteen individuals accused of carrying out assassinations of local government officials turning to Middle East US President Donald Trump said of visit Turkey next year. The vacation of Turkish president touchy Erdman do by Princess was reportedly kidnapped earlier this year doing an apparent escape effort has been seen again in fischel media after a month long absence. Look into Europe, the region's most active volcano mount that has erupted with the foothills reporting more than one hundred thirty earthquakes of up to four point three magnitude in nearly a two year old boy has died from blood loss falling failed circumcision at a migrant centre. One man has been charged with murder look into Latin America, the body of his seven-year-old with Malan girl who died. Earlier this month while in custody of the US border patrol has been returned to her home country to custody can fishermen had been rescued by a cruise ship after being stranded. If we're twenty days since the funnily North America, the governor of Mexico's central prep bluff state, Martha Erica alone. Soul has died in helicopter just stays after being sworn into office US president Donald form has blasted the Federal Reserve describing it as the only problem for the US economy. Thanks showing that winds up today. Slow survey is really Prime Minister Benjamin to NIA whose government has announced the country will hold early elections on April. The ninth the decision comes after the ruling coalition appear to fail to get votes needed to pass a contentious piece of court order legislation Netanyahu set they've successfully dealt with security matters which had prevented them from disbanding the government and holding a new election in. November didn't reveal what we did a couple of weeks later, which is to start the this big operation to neutralise completely the tunnel. Turtles of because Bala, that's what we've done since. And it's pretty good reason you wanna get that done, and you know, his Bulla one of this. In the meantime. Anything don't you think? That's I'm characteristically side. They must be thinking. What are they doing? Well, we know what we were doing. It was right. Not to go to elections then. And I think it's perfectly sensible to go to elections now complete agreement by the way of all the partners complete unanimity and a great partnership for his downfall of Netanyahu's government appears to have been triggered by his coalition's failure to resolve dispute over a new law extending the military draft to ultra orthodox, ma'am. Then Yahoos outra author dogs partners are demanding the legislation be weakened and his parliamentary majority made such a compromise impossible. Professor Reuven has on from the department of political sciences. At the Hebrew University of Jerusalem says the election will be a battle within the right wing in Israel, the next elections in Israel, which now are likely to be early April are basically going to be a battle within the right? Swing role. In other words, how far ahead the Netanyahu's Likud party will come out and how much power he will have in the next multi-party coalition government, the left-wing in Israel, unlike in the rest of the world is not a socio economic left-wing. The number one issue in Israel politics is security and the left over the last decade or two has hitched its platform. Much more to a land for peace security formula, which today with HAMAs and his Bala, and so forth is not a platform that can win a lot of votes in Israel. If Netanyahu wings election. He would become the longest serving is ready leader,.

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"three thousand people" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"three thousand people" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Likes to their full statement we posted it on our website for when it's were we'll be right back the beat d a b i it's town in syria it's not a big tell us about three thousand people also very close to the turkish border about six miles from the border and islamic prophecy debakey is the site of the apocalypse is for the final decisive battle between muslims and nonbelievers is supposed to take place at the end of the world debbie the terrorist group isis decided to put the idea of two peak and a place of to be at the centre of its propaganda for a long time that's where this this video with this image of this isis fighter carrying their black flag was mistaken hillside overlooking to be it's also why isis initially named they're isis propaganda magazine dubuc starting in two thousand fourteen until october 2016 when isis actually did have a battle in the week and they lost syrian rebels pushed isis out of that village of beat that isis had chosen to put at the centre of their propaganda that made an awkward of course since their whole magazine was named after this prophecy about a town they'd now lost so they decided to take the easy route and rename their magazine it's now called rumania which means rome in arabic at least there's no threat they'll lose rome and have to lose that magazine title as well city of muscle is in iraq it's about two hundred and fifty miles north of baghdad one of the largest and most cosmopolitan of iraq cities also has the distinction of sitting smack in the middle of the tigris river.

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"three thousand people" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

Waking Up with Sam Harris

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"three thousand people" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris

"In california there are three thousand people shot every week there are thousand people shot every week so most people who stunned by that uh that statistic i'm not why is it not a big deal in one sense because there are two thousand who die they go to the hospital they deal with their they're shooting injury and it it's almost like a like a car accident injury or slipping in the shower but nonetheless there's a thousand people who were shot in california every week and so you now have a circumstance in which that statistic is worth avoiding meaning i'm just as interested in avoiding being shot as i'm interested in avoiding being killed and yet what's happened in america and this is really key when people think about this topic what you ought to look at is not the rate of let's take firearms deaths it's the rate of aggravated assault and here's the reason what changed in the last 40 years profoundly nine one one service that calls ambulances and police officers to his more quickly even if we can't say the address ambulance services the get us to nearer emergency rooms than ever existed before because americans are so unhealthy that the one of the biggest growth businesses as hospital's emergency room strategies refined by the vietnam war and the wars in iraq so that shooting trauma is is dealt with so the odds of dying from receiving a bullet are vastly lower than the odds of receiving a bullet and so my view is i i just want to avoid tissue damage i'm not really interested in whether it's good or bad tissue damage i'm in the business of helping people uh prevent tissue damage and in my case with my clients to prevent targeted tissue damage so this is a a long way of saying that statistics that say the crime rate is down.

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