35 Burst results for "Three Weeks Ago"

Mark Fleischman Plans to Die by Assisted Suicide

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:55 min | 3 d ago

Mark Fleischman Plans to Die by Assisted Suicide

"I thought a lot about mock fleischman the other day because he's going to die soon. He's 80 years old. Actually he's going to die on July 13th. In Germany, but his wife of 27 years by his side. Some years after he stepped away from the insanity of owning nightclubs and restaurants, fleischmann understandably stepped away from the limelight that was the majority of his life. The last time I saw him was a little over two years ago. He invited me to a party that was throwing for the launch of his Studio 54 book. Is that some small joint in Beverly Hills? And the crowd was a mix of The Old Guard and the new. There was some New York City journalist dad too, namely my former nemesis at page 6, Richard Johnson. Fleischmann writing a book about Studio 54 was a good enough reason to get Johnson on a plane and out in LA to hang out. I said, the old man looks good. He said he sure does. Must been that good cocaine in the 80s and we both left. So smart fleshman came by and we posed for a picture. I wish I still have it somewhere. I got to find it. But he thanked both of us for helping keep the club and him and the column for years. It was a nice affair all in all, but I could tell this was one last gasp tomorrow. Like I said, I was closing in on 80. And so here we are. A couple three weeks away from July 13th. The day the music died from on fleischmann. And that's because several years ago, he became afflicted with a mysterious illness that would make him extremely dizzy at times. To his legs, sometimes flat out failing right beneath him. And over time, that illness could not be diagnosed by doctors and became worse and worse and more frightening by the day. As it is now Mark doesn't have any balance. He drops things and doesn't know where his body is in space. There was a time where a doctor is the very best doctor, by the way. Originally thought he had a form of Parkinson's, but it isn't that. Nobody knows what this is. He's suffering from. Once he heard that Mark knew what he had to do. One time he swallowed a bunch of Xanax, but doctors brought him back before he could overdose. When he was going to go buy a gun, his wife, Mimi, intercepted, and they had a long talk. Mark convinced her that he'd had a great life that he loves and now more than anything, but now what this mystery illness running his life, he said, it's time for me to say goodbye. Eventually, with his wife's support, they contacted a Swiss nonprofit group poll after multiple tests and psychiatric evaluations, it was obvious to see that Mark fleischman, a man who pumped so much life into New York City was now a candidate for assisted

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Katie Gorka's Advice to Those Listening: 'Stand Firm'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:04 min | Last week

Katie Gorka's Advice to Those Listening: 'Stand Firm'

"What is your advice to those listening? Firstly, in terms of ammunition in terms of things people should read and should do. If they shouldn't be on Twitter, what should they be reading? We love in primus. We love the conservative news sites. What classical books should they read? Should they read the tocqueville? Should they read an SC 68? So how do parents understand what's happening? And then talk to us about what it takes to do what you do. And where you find the courage to do it and what you say to those who are listening. Yeah, well, I'll say this. I was on a panel a few weeks ago with Tiffany justice, one of the cofounders of moms for liberty. And I asked, I was the moderator. And I asked each of the panelists to tell me what was the hardest thing they had done. And she said, the hardest thing she had ever done. Now, this is the cofounder of moms for liberty. One of the most successful organizations in the last two years. Yeah. They are just booming. But she said the hardest thing she had ever done was get up and talk at a school board meeting. Right. Now I had never done it till about three weeks ago. And I'm going to say, yes, I agree with her. I think it's the hardest thing I've ever done. You know, to be faced with this tribunal of 12 people who you know don't agree with you. You've been press secretary for customs and border patrol. You briefed the military, the intelligence community and the school board was a tough support was much scary. Is there a bunch of maoists, a bunch of you know they hate you and you know that they all, you know, they're in lockstep with each other. Get out of your comfort zone number one. Got to get out of your comfort zone. What else do people need to do to get that armor on them? I think staying up to date on the data because it's changing rapidly. I can't say enough about Jay green's paper that just came out. You had him on the show last week. Oh, good. Okay. That's super important because it blows apart the narrative of the left. And I would just also say to people trust what you know in your heart because you know what's true and what isn't and don't be cowed by this narrative of the left and they're trying to red pill us and don't let it happen. Stand firm.

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Doug Reacts to Tuesday's Primary Results

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:02 min | Last week

Doug Reacts to Tuesday's Primary Results

"The recent elections in on Tuesday's primaries, we had it all over this last week and 7 states, Mississippi included California, South Dakota, others. The big results out of that that I want to share with you are not that surprising. Incumbents across the country are winning. And they're winning in fairly record numbers. And we saw that in Georgia. We've seen it in other places. And even some of those that had thought going in that might have a problem with dusty Johnson up in South Dakota who voted for the January 6th commission incurred the wrath of former president Trump and others who voted for that. One with 59%. Kristi Noem, the great governor of South Dakota. She just blew it out. She won her primary. Looking probably to also win the general election up there easily as well. We did see some interesting results though in Mississippi. We had two sitting congressmen, both get put into runoff. One Michael gass down there was one who also voted for that January 6th commission. He actually is in position to lose that seat. Possibly. And the runoff here in about three weeks. He was out polled by an upstart conservative who is running that race. We'll see what happens as far as endorsements coming through in the Nazi. But also the one that was most interesting to me was state Plaza's race down in south Mississippi, Plaza has been in 6 terms now, representing the southern coast of Mississippi. And he only got 31% of the vote in his race against three or four other folks in sheriff isael down there. Is it 25%? He was in second place. There's a runoff going to be happening now. My understanding is just coming out of this that the. Grouping down there has gotten around he's the other candidates who are in the race, some other elected officials over the grouped around isil and then that is going to be an interesting race. And if that happens, then you could conceivably see two incumbents go down in Mississippi.

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Amber Heard says she doesn't blame jury in Depp libel case

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Amber Heard says she doesn't blame jury in Depp libel case

"Actor Amber Heard says she does not blame the jury who believed she had libeled her ex-husband actor Johnny Depp in his lawsuit against her A Marty star a letter with the latest Ember heard tells NBC's Today Show she could hardly fault the jurors who heard three weeks of testimony from Johnny Depp's paid employees and random people her acknowledges the depth star power likely moved the jury as well I don't blame them I actually understand he's a beloved character And people feel they know him He's a fantastic actor Her does blame social media though She says there's no way someone could look her in the eye and say there's been a fair representation NBC will air more of the interview this week

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Average US gasoline price jumps 39 cents to $5.10 per gallon

AP News Radio

01:13 min | 2 weeks ago

Average US gasoline price jumps 39 cents to $5.10 per gallon

"The latest gauge of U.S. gas prices documents the surge over the past three weeks I'm Ben Thomas with the closer look The lundberg survey puts the average price of regular grade gasoline at $5 ten cents per gallon nationwide a spike of 39 cents over the past three weeks in a dollar 97 more than a year ago Motorists in the San Francisco Bay Area are paying the most at 6 55 per gallon Baton Rouge Louisiana the least at $4 43 cents Analyst trilby lumbergh sits higher crude oil costs and tight gasoline supplies are behind the rise and she notes it could be worse Oil is mostly priced in U.S. dollars and the dollar has been strengthening Meanwhile gasoline demand has been weak even over Memorial Day Thanks to the punishing high pump prices In U.S. refineries are operating at 94.2% of capacity The lumberg also notes refining capacity has shrunk over the past two years so that does not translate to flush supply Finally with wholesale gasoline prices spiking lumberg says the retail sector has lost margin and as those operators try to catch up motorists can expect to pay yet more in the days ahead I'm Ben Thomas

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Contrary to Popular Belief, Trump Authorized 20k Troops in the Capital

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:03 min | 3 weeks ago

Contrary to Popular Belief, Trump Authorized 20k Troops in the Capital

"There are some phenomenal patriots in America and at the top of the list is John Solomon. There's a great job. He runs a website called just the news. He's a great American. He's at the top of the list of people who do the tough work, the necessary work to expose the corruption and the nonsense happening in our country. John, welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Great to be with you, Charlie. Thank you. So John, you have some exciting new stories out. I want to go through with you and I just want to reiterate it's just the news dot com. Every night, before I go to bed, I get your email. It's just the news headlines. It's great. I encourage everyone else to sign up for it as well. And so it's all kind of around this January 6 drama. What is your reporting showing? Well, listen, this is going to be a storyline tomorrow night, right? And the storyline is Donald Trump wanted to foment the violence on Capitol Hill. Now there's a big problem with this story to begin with, which is if Donald Trump wants a foment violence on January 6th, why on January 4th, they decide in order to approve 20,000 troops to put down any violence that might occur. There's a huge contradiction in the Democrats keep glossing over because the media won't ask him about it, but their story doesn't hold up factually, right? The president is irrefutable. I've heard from cash Patel from Chris Miller from Mark Meadows. We've interviewed all the people. I've seen some of the documents. The president authorized 20,000 troops to be available to the capitol so that there wouldn't be a problem on January 6th. So when you know that that's a story, when you see the conflict, I started to reach out. I went out to members of the capitol police who have been quiet, and you haven't heard much from them except for the people they put on stage, the leaders. And I said, what really went on? And over the last two or three weeks I've interviewed lots of police officers, please commanders. And I got access to hundreds and hundreds of pages of documents of the capitol places internal files on what really happened on January 6th. And the bigger story about what happened on January 6th is that on Nancy Pelosi's watch because she is the mayor in charge of security at the capitol. The capitol police committed 53 blunders on January

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Grandfather, 4 grandchildren killed by escaped Texas inmate are identified

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

Grandfather, 4 grandchildren killed by escaped Texas inmate are identified

"An escape convicted murderer and self confessed contract killer from Mexican drug cartels has been killed by police in Texas but not before he killed a grandfather and four grandsons Law enforcement had searched the rule countryside near center Texas for three weeks for Gonzalo Lopez who stabbed a prison bus driver and escaped may 12th Lopez was serving life for capital murder in the death of a man who owed money to one of the cartels Some time Thursday he encountered Mark Collins and his four grandsons at the family ranch Sheriff's deputies found their bodies after calls from concerned relatives He took their pick up and a number of weapons Andy kahan with Houston victims services and crime stoppers in this from KTRK To lose this

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NY passes bill raising age to buy, own semi-automatic rifles

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

NY passes bill raising age to buy, own semi-automatic rifles

"As the recent speed of mass shootings prompts debates on gun laws nationwide New York lawmakers have taken action I'm Ben Thomas with the latest In a major change to the state's firearm laws New York's legislature has voted to ban anyone under age 21 from buying or possessing a semi-automatic rifle The measure comes less than three weeks after an 18 year old used one of the guns to kill ten people at a supermarket in Buffalo Other new legislation will restrict civilian purchases of bullet resistant armor which was worn by the killer in Buffalo Bills would also require new guns to be equipped with micro stamping technology that can help law enforcement investigators trace bullets to particular firearms Legal fights over the legislation are expected I'm Ben Thomas

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Ukraine warns of possible strikes from Belarus

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Ukraine warns of possible strikes from Belarus

"The Ukrainian defense ministry has warned of existing threats of Russian missile strikes from Belarusian territory The ministry is Alexander matsuzaki says the short-range ballistic missile system iskander M has been moved to areas in Belarus bordering Ukraine adding that according to Ukrainian intelligence Russia's preparing up to 1500 reservists who could be involved in fighting three weeks after completing their training Says Ukrainian forces are countering Russian attempts to push them out from northwestern and southeastern parts of Lyman in Donetsk I'm Charles De

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Curry, Warriors rally past Mavs for 2-0 lead in West finals

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Curry, Warriors rally past Mavs for 2-0 lead in West finals

"The warriors took a two nothing lead in the Western Conference Finals by flipping the script in the second half of a one 26 one 17 win over the Mavericks Trailing by 14 and a half time the warriors outscored the Mavs 25 13 in the third quarter before lighting up Dallas for 43 points in the final period Steph Curry scored 32 points with 6 three pointers and 8 rebounds Cavan Looney had a career high 21 points and 12 rebounds for Golden State Even hearing MVP chances he went to the line in the second half It was nerve racking I ain't got the free throw in like three weeks in the game So I'm trying to focus on making it freaked up but it was cool cool moment for me Look at that scored 18 of his 42 points in the first period game three is Sunday in Dallas I'm Dave

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Katty Kay: U.S. Having a Baby Formula Shortage Is 'Unbelievable'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:33 min | Last month

Katty Kay: U.S. Having a Baby Formula Shortage Is 'Unbelievable'

"Here's Katie Kay from the BBC Another far left outlet over there She does the same thing Acting perplexed and confused that the big government that they all kissed the butt of is so incompetent that they can't even handle a baby formula crisis It's not Joe yeah Joe Biden is uniquely unqualified I'll give you that But surely there are people around him who know what they're doing And the answer is what they're doing is intentionally destroying this place They can't help you know that So they got to make it out that no no it's just a character flow at this administration here Listen to this check check out catty K from the BBC Take a step back The idea that the United States of America is having to import baby formula from Switzerland because mothers are running down to one can or even less to try and feed their babies They literally can not feed their babies and this is in 2022 The world's biggest military the world's biggest economy can't get baby for me a lot of people just seems frankly it seems kind of unbelievable If somebody had told this to me a couple of months ago I would have never believed that this was going to happen This headline started cropping up two or three weeks ago And two or three weeks ago there wasn't very much attention being paid to this The first story is I saw about it back then I thought I hope The White House is on this because this has the potential to blow up in their faces politically in a very big way And of course much more importantly it is causing huge amounts of stress to parents

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Remember, Populism Is Not Conservatism

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | Last month

Remember, Populism Is Not Conservatism

"And I don't dispute that he made some mistakes. I started my day with a knock down drag out with my pal Mark Davis in Dallas because Mark said, wow, we dodged a bullet. Why? I still can't hit the high notes. That's called doing a musical nonstop for three weeks and screeching and blowing out your voice. Yeah, mark's very excited that Madison Cawthorn lost. And I sort of tried with love and respect to get Mac marked to back off. We Republicans never know how to act. Unified. And Mark claims that it was all about finding the most conservative representative. Possible. And I get it. I appreciate that. But there is this, there is a populism that the establishment types can't stand. That's why they hate Trump so much. It has to do with the populist streak of trumpism. Populism is not conservatism. And some of us are having a more difficult time than others in reconciling the two.

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Beijing locks down more people in China's 'zero-COVID' fight

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Beijing locks down more people in China's 'zero-COVID' fight

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Donald Trump Remains Kingmaker in Ohio After J.D. Vance Victory

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | 2 months ago

Donald Trump Remains Kingmaker in Ohio After J.D. Vance Victory

"I'm Doug Collins. I'm glad to be sitting in for Sebastian today. I'm on the Doug Collins podcast and only here part of the Salem faculty. I'm glad that the professor let me fill in for him today on America first. We got a lot to talk about. I'm excited about what's happening. I mean, if you just go through the last few hours, let's put it in perspective here. Mainstream media has been planning this picture over the last little bit of the Trump influence in the America first agenda going down in popularity. I'm in the mainstream media would do anything they could to basically say that Donald Trump is no longer a force in American politics. Well, folks, all you got to do is sample a look to what happened last night in Ohio. Let me give you a little bit of perspective here. This is a great moment. I know for the America first listener, you ought to be one of the best informed conservatives out there. We're going to give you that information. Just 6 to 7 weeks ago. JD Vance was in Ohio running in fourth place. He was running about 1617%. He had had some help. I know Don Junior had been in there a lot going on. But it was just a model race, if you were, there's a lot of candidates in it from different perspectives. And at the about two and a half I guess, three weeks ago now, Donald Trump decided that he was going to get into this race. He picked Vance, he endorsed JD Vance. And JD Vance went from fourth place at 17% to last night and finishing up at 33% man down Josh mandel, mandel, who had been running as well, got in 23%. Folks, I don't know what else you can say. Either either this is showing that Donald Trump still has a great deal of pool into this party and that he still has folks who are very much mourning in America first gender, especially with the just complete and utter downfall of Joe Biden and the mess that's being you can not deny that Donald Trump's influence there. In fact, he won all 22 races in which he endorsed last week.

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Election 2022: JD Vance wins Ohio's GOP Senate primary

AP News Radio

01:06 min | 2 months ago

Election 2022: JD Vance wins Ohio's GOP Senate primary

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The Upside for a Conservative Attending Harvard University

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:11 min | 2 months ago

The Upside for a Conservative Attending Harvard University

"As you get toward your graduation, and you know all this, so I'm curious what your perspective on Harvard is, after all of this, maybe we'll have this sort of a trailer for one of the next one of the upcoming podcasts that we'll have. But I am genuinely curious. And I'm curious if you'd meet parents who said to you, yes, my kids, my daughter, my son, is in high school. And I'm just doing everything possible. To make sure they get the best grades and the best extracurricular activity I really would love them to go or you went Julie Harvard. And be very curious how you would react to them. Well, this is something that I've been thinking a lot about not only is I'm about to graduate in three weeks, but also because we talk a lot about Harvard on this podcast Dennis, and I've talked about it a lot on your radio show. And at times I've thought, am I being too hard on them? Because I do look back, I mean, I was just about to say I look back at my four years here. I look back at my two and a half years here. Of course, one and a half was the last due to COVID. And I have had in many ways a great experience here. First and foremost, I've met wonderful people, the friends I've made here will be my friends for life. I rave to you all the time about my roommate's Dennis. I have had wonderful classes, a highlight, was studying under Harvey Mansfield, who was a conservative professor here in the government department that's been wonderful. I have a really great dorm. So there have been many, many upsides. Oh, and by the way, I just went to Israel, which was a Harvard Hal funded experience, and you know how much that changed my life. So I am very aware of all of the benefits that I've gotten from going to this school. And I'm immensely grateful for them. And I will always be grateful to this university.

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Apple Employees Say Returning to Office Is Racist and Sexist

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:17 min | 2 months ago

Apple Employees Say Returning to Office Is Racist and Sexist

"Now, these complaints came after the Apple CEO Tim Cook told staffers, they need to come back to the office. At least one day a week starting April 11th, two days a week after three weeks, and three days a week after May 23rd, the horror, can you imagine? So a group of Apple employees seemed to be furious, saying that only the privileged few can stand up to the rigors of having to go to the office. Privileges like being born in the right place so you don't have to relocate or quote being young enough to start a new life in a new city or country, or quote having a stay at home spouse who will move with you. In other words, it's like white privilege to go to the office. It's a privilege. It's unbelievable to watch how people have used COVID as their excuse to get away with everything they think they can get away with.

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Shanghai Residents Endure Brutal Covid Lockdown Restrictions

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:17 min | 2 months ago

Shanghai Residents Endure Brutal Covid Lockdown Restrictions

"Should we talk about today for the audience? Well, one recent piece I have up at stream dot org. It's space on a very sad reality. It's the kind of thing that you regret having to be the one to break this bad news. I regret to inform you that 25 million people are locked in their homes in the city of Shanghai, China. 25 million people not able to leave their homes to get food to get medicine. Forbidden to use hot water or to shower their pets are being taken away from them and beaten to death because they're supposedly a vector of contagion. Their children are being confiscated. But back up here, because it's hard to believe we know that China is a brutal communist regime, we know that many American corporations make a good amount of money partnering with this satanic, brutal, communist, anti human, murderous, regime. So right now, I've been reading a little bit in the news what you're talking about, the entire city of Shanghai, 25 million people, which is hard to believe. Is locked down. So the question is, why, I mean, look, we know lockdowns are wrong. They're stupid, but why is China at this point doing this? What is happening in China that would give the communist monsters an excuse to do this? I don't really understand the larger context. I will give the context, but we have to first give the details because there's lockdowns and then there's lockdowns. I mean, New York City was locked down. You weren't locked in your home. You weren't padlocked in your home to starve for three weeks. That's what's happening in China. People are locked in their high rise buildings in their own apartments. And if they leave, they get attacked on the street by thugs in white hazmat suits. So people are locked in their apartments with no food, no medicine. No access to the outside world. And what they're doing is they're taking their empty refrigerators and putting them out on the balcony. So people can see that they're slowly starving to death.

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04:13 min | 1 year ago

"three weeks ago" Discussed on WSB-AM

"07 50. So stand. We are just coming off of the national Allergy Society meetings. Is that correct? Yeah, that's correct. We had it about three weeks ago. Three weeks ago. So and of course this year, I'm sure it was all virtual. It was virtual. I mean, we were wearing ties, but we did have short zone. So I mean tigers, even pushing it. I collar church these days is pushing it everywhere. So I we're gonna be coming back this a short segment, And I thought maybe if you would wouldn't mind but just tease the audience a little bit with some of the topics that were covered and then we'll have more time to go into them in a little bit of death when we come back after the break. So we did talk about the abstract, or at least it wasn't abstract for Columbus, Ohio, about Cove it and the risk for complications and hospitalized patients. With asthma and those who didn't have a husband. Basically, it confirmed what we just said that there doesn't seem to be. AH, greater risk. Ah, now one of the other things I thought was very interesting. Was that there was a report from Cincinnati that show that people who are wearing the masks to present Covitz. Some people anyway are getting rashes on their skin called contact dermatitis, and it's a sensitivity. Two ingredients in the math and the masks and some of the mass said Elastic, which could contain rubber and many times. People are sensitive to rubber. And if you rather you know what you're using against your skin over and over and over. Then you could get something called a contact there. But Titus and it's something that we see some dermatologist see a lot of, but we sometimes will do some patch testing, which is to confirm it is not our usual. Allergy skin testing. But, uh the important thing is that when patients get rashes on and fact I've seen several patients, in fact, I've seen healthcare workers who are wearing masks and developing these rashes. Uh, they need they need to treat it And obviously they need to change the type of massive they're wearing. So a zoo always. I'm sure there are a lot of new drug studies presented. At the meeting. Yeah, there are trying to mute so that I don't get too much background Dallas, There were studies on some of the new drugs. One of the things that were very excited about analogy is that we do now have enough. FDA approved treatment for peanut allergy and so some of the topics that we were discussing was affected since we have this available now, and people are starting to receive more treatment in our offices. Even though it was approved right in February when covert hit, so we really didn't get started treating patients until really sometime in the summer. I think it was in the summer when we started our first patient. And now, of course, we have a number of patients, but it's very exciting to have an FDA approved treatment for a food allergy. And you know, that was that was talked. You know, a lot of talk about that and what we're doing and things like that. Um Ah. In fact, you know, food allergies is always a big concern. There was a very interesting study about hold on hold line. Now I got you going. I got to where I want you, but we're going to the break, so I got a whole job will be back. We're going to get to a little bit more depth. We'll talk about food allergies. This new aural approved therapy for peanut allergy. How that practices managing Patients who need to come so that they can. I haven't observed injection and how they're managing that part. If it's changing the protocols regarding injecting at home versus coming to the office, lots more to cover doctor stand finding of Atlanta allergy when we come back, stay with thanks for calling Toyota. This is jam again. I heard Toyota Thunder God, It sure is perfect. I'm getting a head start on my list for Santa. Well, we've got great year and deals on camera Highlander RAV four and more kind of Toys do you.

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"three weeks ago" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"three weeks ago" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Six iron were about three weeks ago. I know. Surprisingly, with iron on that one, but yeah, she started to play with me despite my handicap, So Yeah, There's too many euphemisms happening. Did she notice? Well, you know, I wanted to get a home. What now? Yeah. I mean, I think she could tell us a little nervous and everything is decided so, But anyway, we went out. We played golf and just kind of talked about our hobbies and chassis, fattening hobbies. And I told her I carved subcultures. This is where the soap comes in. Now it makes Yeah. I thought you'd be a little bit weirded out. You know, Marty late, and I'm a little nervous. And you know, I carved so sure sound like Yeah, It's probably a little different date for golf course. But she thought that was pretty cool. And so I really enjoyed the day got to know her and like we got the parking lot at the end. She kissed me. It was all surprised there and it wasn't really Yeah. Well, like like a passionate kiss or make out, but she did kiss me. That's awesome. So good. Yeah. So, basically, I've been texting her and haven't heard back from her. Since then. She hasn't responded in any way. No, I've sent a couple texts now. It was just like you know that. Hey, I had a lot of fun. You know, hang out again and then nothing. And then another text. It was just like, Oh, hey, we'll be having a good week. Um, Anyway, I'd like to sort of trying to hang out again and didn't get anything back from that. Do you know if she's still upon the dating website? Yeah, I got back on their notice that she was on there. So maybe she's playing the field. I don't know. Well, that would be weird after one date to take your entire dating profile down like that's like maybe a third or fourth date type of situation that hot. All right, Here's what we're gonna do, Chris, we're gonna play a song Come back. I'm gonna go to the bathroom and carve some soap. But then when we come back, please don't be a success. Don't Okay, guys again. Get out. Let's stop. We'll come.

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"three weeks ago" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"three weeks ago" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"We're winning games that you look at it and say there's it's not working for the offense, but the decent defense steps up. You're perfect through eight games. I'm just wondering, Um Are they a shaky ate it all or are there really strong eight? No, in your opinion? You know, I think a lot of people look at the last three weeks and say, OK, there ain't no but there are non elite team because they struggled. Wouldn't teams away, But then you have to rewind a little bit. Take a little bit of closer. Look, we're talking about a Tennessee team. Three weeks ago where Tennessee was playing extremely well the time and they got off to a big lead, was able to hold off in the second half team on the road. Uh, two weeks ago. Baltimore. You know, 14 to last year, the best team he is. He was able to hold them off with a late Charge in the end, And then last week you're looking at A gauntlet of three straight games on the road. They probably let their foot off the gas a little bit against the Cowboys, and they didn't play as well as they did. When you look at the big picture here, it might look like an weapon team. They play some decent teams here all on the road. I mean, before that comes speaking. They played Cleveland. Cleveland was playing in the high level at that point as well, So as you said they could win in the different variety of different ways through they can put up 30 points a game, which is basically done. I think they're averaging 28 where they couldn't beat you. With their thief. Fans taken one The ball went occasionally. Robert works could beat you or their defense with your curly shirts you out and make you look forward, But there haven't been dominant from start to finish. Yet, like some of the top teams in the area here in the NFL has been so I think that's why they're getting a little bit of a bad rap. I think they're very, very good. They're playing very well and playing well defensively, I guess if there's one thing where they do seem susceptible, it's the run, particularly the run up the middle. And I think a lot of that is the fact that Tyson Ah Lalo Is not answering. The bell has been heard. What do you think His status is for this game today? And how much has his absence hurt them in terms of trying to stop the run tremendously and If you'd have told anybody who covered the Steelers that six months ago, there were a lot. We laughed in your face. Because this is a guy who would just be, you know, a veteran Backed up. He sent the van for the past three or four years. They moved him to nurse Paco after Stephen Heart race time. 40 years $40 Million deal with the Eagles and people were scratching their heads saying, Like whole, although I was gonna be playing another tackle for the guys, Absolutely fabulous. And, uh, even a big tear them stopping the wrong as well. As you know, there's a fortune. You know her three games now, and they're trying to get acclamation with Robert's pulling in linebacker brought in answering Williamson to, um, my Children. Tunney, slot player. He's been up two weeks now, but he had a tremendous run stop, and I think that's been an issue as well. Pressure. They play some decent run teams with Baltimore, obviously, and Dallas was helping and trying to run the other day and wealth. You definitely need to clean it up. It's been really an issue the past two weeks, and if they get all the hollow back, I mean, he's probably a game time decision. I think that would go a long way. Yeah. Yeah, it'll be interesting for 25 Start. Both of these radio stations will carry it mark a body. Read Amies in Hey, is the guy in Pittsburgh? At the athletic dot com Great, Great website. Mark. Always great catching up with you will visit later in the year. Thank you. All right. Can't all of wallow is off the injury list. He went full going practice Friday, so he's not even listed. The injury list, but Steelers are saying it's a game time decision. Questionable or defensive end is defensive and Isaiah Bugs, offensive lineman Kevin Dots and it looks like he's out. In fact, I just saw something on pro football talk dot com about an hour ago that said that Dotson is is out covert 19. He is Hey, started a couple of games this year. Anthony McFarland running back out cornerback Mike Hilson out for the Bangles in this game. Gino Atkins is out because of personal reasons. Bobby Hart out. Joe Mixon out. Darius Phillips out. Cornerback Will Shawn Sims is out? He's got a concussion. And John Ross, the cornerback and waiting Out with an injured foot. Again kick off for 25 Eastern time from Heinz Field in Pittsburgh. It's 11 20. It's Sunday morning sports talking at you and may on 700 wlw. Every day. More and more people are applauding the Scots. 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"three weeks ago" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"three weeks ago" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Just three weeks ago on October 23rd new daily cases were in 80,000 that 100,000 by November, 4th in 120,000. Day. After that, hospitals are being stretched past capacity, and some governors have put restrictions in place on restaurants and bars, as well as new limits on public and private gathering. ST. Tony and advisor to president like Biden is suggesting another big locked down like in the spring. Michael lost her home. Told Ya Hoo! We could pay for a package right now to cover all of the wages loss. Wages for individual workers for losses to small companies to medium size companies. Then we could lock down for 4 to 6. Weeks of the president elect has his right hand man to help build a Biden administration in Iran and claim is his chief of staff claimed worked for him. When Biden was senator, then vice president president elect Tweeting claims deep, varied experience and capacity to work with people all across the political spectrum. Is precisely what I need in a White House chief of staff as we confront this moment of crisis and bring our country together again, Fox's somber Gotti president, Trump still have done fighting the election results with lawsuits from Arizona and Nevada to Michigan and Pennsylvania. He claims hundreds of thousands of Alan should not count. Democrats say he's trying to throw out legal votes in Georgia. A hand recount starts tomorrow. Secretary of State Bill Rapids, Berger told Fox. We're gonna open and transparent process, but we have the five million ballots. That gets recounted, and then we'll have a result there. Tropical storm to hit Florida again this morning along the central West Coast, causing more flooding and break into the man was killed, electrocuted his water rose up in his home. America's listening to Fox News George is here. So you.

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"three weeks ago" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"three weeks ago" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Vin numbers are into our newsroom. Today, 927 additional Hoosiers diagnose total cases, now 56 a half 1002 more lost their lives in Indiana in just the last 24 hours. Ohio's new numbers will be out in about 1/2 an hour yesterday, a near record day of Covad, 19 cases over 1500 new diagnoses and 20 people on the death. Roles where where Florida was a month ago. So three weeks ago, Florida was Much where we are, and no one probably was very alarmed in Florida, But I'm looking at these numbers that are going up every single day. Don't forget the mask mandate is for the 19 counties in Ohio that are in the red level. You can see all that information at Corona virus at Ohio dot gov and armed truck driver with a possible hostage taking over tri state highways for a couple of hours yesterday, right about this time? Well, here's what happened to driver of the semi truck is said to have taken his wife hostage in a domestic dispute. A call came in to police around 1 30 about a reckless driver on Interstate 75 in Butler County, as the man continued into the Cincinnati area, jumping on I 71 eventually I to 75 where he drove on the wrong side of the road, going back and forth and even tried to back up and hit pursuing police vehicles. He would eventually let his wife out of the cab, but she was treated for an apparent broken leg. A man also detaching the trailer from the cab. A SWAT unit was called in and a shot for a 50 caliber rifle. Disable the engine of the semi. The man was taste and taken into custody after putting a knife to his throat. He was transported to U. C Medical center. The suspect has a pending warrant for aggravated assault in Georgia and right now faces at least Polonius assault charges in Hamilton County. I'm Sean Gallagher News Radio 700 WLW and the Reds are finally on the radio this Tuesday. It's an exhibition game with the Tigers the pregame at 6 25 1st pitch from Great American Ballpark. And that sounds good to say without fans, though, at 6 40 Tuesday with Tommy Thrall, and Jeff Brantley, I Sandy Collins, our next updated to on his radio 700 wlw let the festivities begin. Cruising hasn't been the same without you. Come aboard Odyssey cruises by Hornblower and set sail for your long overdue celebration. Take in the scenery and finally enjoy your missed birthday.

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"three weeks ago" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"three weeks ago" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Will come from this pandemic families that were regularly split apart going from one ball game to another band practice work are suddenly seeing each other face to face day after day in some cases they're getting to know each other all over again in other cases though this is a disaster some individuals are stuck in difficult and even tragic situation summer suffering an abusive relationship others are extremely low focus on the family of the help one for those people I spoke with focuses president Jim Dale said James to me a lot of people are under a lot of stress the specially those or in twelve step programs that cannot meet I've been that's been on my mind since I saw CNN story on it three weeks ago and it never occurred to me that all my goodness these people are in recovery need to go to groups and they can't go it's terrible and specially where you need that group interaction that help and that's been the load of our culture's been in that place where you know marriages that have been struggling this kind of pressure click here dition I'll wait on those fractures that are already there so we're getting calls for medical help parents who can't cope they're struggling with their kids or teenagers but the most severe is the point you made those that are in recovery programs alcohol addiction drug addiction and the isolation is the worst possible thing for these people and it's unfortunate right now you have a family member for the listeners a great time to call the person who maybe has been struggling with something like that or has overcome it but this is the kind of environment where people were pulling back into those things to cope focus on the family Jim Daly what's the best way for them to avail themselves of the resources that focus has out there not just for people in recovery but for family generally yeah the two ways the phone number one eight hundred A. family that'll get you there along with the website which is focused on the family dot com now Jim Daly back when I worked for PBS for a decade in Los Angeles it was always the case the crisis whether it was the riots in nineteen ninety two or anything like that led to increases dramatic increases in domestic abuse and child abuse and I'm just being very blunt now people are on the edge they're stuck in small spaces they got screaming kids Wadia urge these people to do well I mean one one of the major things have to do is take a deep breath and relax if you're a person who leans toward anger as a reaction to trigger for you somebody said something somebody does something and your home abortions you're growing up you probably saw your dad your mom slash the anger and it's you know a coping mechanism I would say that person you've got to separate I mean not your social distancing you got to get out of the way take a walk get outside little space occur try to figure out why does your cations drive you to that point that the great work for you to do in this moment but the main thing is you got to empathize you got identified month people in your.

"three weeks ago" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"three weeks ago" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Was not true three weeks ago which was another another appoint a frantic nis but but we rapidly ramped up excess capacity with actually with the help of the chan Zuckerberg bio hub which is a research facility but converted themselves into a clinical testing facility so what we can do all the tests we need for patients who have symptoms in again because the bear has been relatively light we've not been overwhelmed that's one kind of testing because we really need to know that somebody comes to the emergency room with a fever and a cough we need to know whether they have code now it turns out they all think they do it's quite logical to conclude that they do in our testing of patients with symptoms that could be covert fever cough shortness of breath about five percent of them are positive meaning that nineteen out of twenty people that we have seen with symptoms that could be co that have turned out not to have it it there's a lot of other viral illnesses around and and if you have those symptoms it's certainly it could be but at least in our testing of several thousand people the majority don't there's another kind of testing that we're when people talk about the shortage of testing it's really testing for epidemiology in case finding purposes meaning right now if you don't have enough testing some has fairly mild symptoms and there's really no treatment for for cove it yet at least that we know who we know for sure works on the so we can get into that later but we tell people to go stay home in quarantine themselves it seems like a prudent thing to do and the test really wouldn't change anything but as we move toward a new phase of this if we contempt on this virus to the point that there are very very few cases in our community and we're beginning to open back up we're beginning to resume some of our normal behaviors we need an aggressive aggressive testing strategy so if someone even has very mild symptoms in the community we want them to be able to get a drive by test we wanted to be back quickly we want to know if they have it we want to then go out and figure out if they do have it who they've been in contact with the last several days we want to go ahead and test them my analogy here is that of a wildfire that the phase we're in a few weeks ago to say they're still in New York is a wildfire burning you've got to just do everything you can to get it get it get you know two thousand nine they were going to enter a phase where the wildfire the big part of it is out but there is still little embers the pop up periodically and if you don't find them and and really you know trance on them then they can spread back into another wildfire so that's where we need much more widespread testing in contact tracing going forward okay we're talking is active I've walked two and let me invite you to join us at some of the things I wanted to bring up with you by the learn to talk about telemedicine somewhat but also about plasma but let me invite our listeners who I know have many questions and.

"three weeks ago" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"three weeks ago" Discussed on Z104

"Had a date three weeks ago with a girl named heather do you remember any of that or yeah but we didn't we didn't do anything so she's pregnant nothing no she's not pregnant something like that actually what she was wondering was why you asked if you wanted to hang out again and then you never called her okay let me start by asking you this is there a definite reason I mean yeah there's there's absolutely a definite reason do you mind telling us what is yeah I mean I I don't know it's kind of stupid but okay it's actually kind of disgusting really disgusting she is she is she on the phone to right now no she's absolutely positively not on the phone we're not pulling your chain I promise you I never sent Jaggi right now absolutely nobody's on the line so so what happened is the idea that a lot of your car we say goodnight when I go home I know that she shot me over Facebook request so I'm not sure I accept your friend request and for a little while I'm doing what any other like guy usually the others are going through a pictures like not not because I'm trying to be a stalker or looking for the bikini shots or anything like that I'm just trying to like figure out some clues about stuff that she lives like there she go ice skating that she would like route for a certain team you know this you have a certain place you like just basic reconnaissance you're trying to get a step ahead I got you yeah this is a folder called like thirty one day challenge and like those things on Instagram you know those Instagram challenge pictures but you get a list of stuff to do over thirty one days and have to put a picture up of you doing that you said to be anyone on the planet the different picture like up every day you know you know yeah a day one is a big with someone you grab with day to use a pic of you wearing your favorite color yeah yeah yeah exactly that's exactly it so I'm looking for pictures and on Fridays seven it says unique talents and I look at the picture at the close of biting her.

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"three weeks ago" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"three weeks ago" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"But I never have to worry I can get I can get ransomware and he's at work and at home and I still might it would still be sick you that's the problem you gotta think disaster what's the worst case scenario am I prepared for that John in Newport beach Leo laporte the Teka definitely I'll thanks for taking the call thanks for calling okay I'm not a computer person I've never that will help me in running windows seven home which I have to convert to ten according to listen to you a couple three weeks ago I try to give a ninety five year old mother and I don't have time to listen to the whole program so you have a moment to give me and I can walk you through you know yeah so the show knows it yes no no and every well it we we also put in the shadows but this is worth going through over and over again because as of a month ago Jude January fourteenth of this year Microsoft said we're not gonna take windows seven anymore no more phone support no more updates and most importantly no more security fixes and so that's why I generally we say unless you're really know what you're doing you probably shouldn't go online with windows seven you know you shouldn't take email on windows seven you should you know all the things that could buy you get coming through the internet so as long as you're not online if you had windows seven in a closet is never connected the unit okay fine but everybody else should go to windows ten or some other operating system windows ten the nice thing about this normally Microsoft charges over a hundred Bucks for the upgrade they have not turned off the free upgrade when windows ten first came out it was about three four years ago they said for the first year anybody using windows seven can upgrade for free or windows eight or eight point one want to upgrade free and for some reason at the end of that year they announced okay it's over you gotta buy it now what people buy it but they never turned off the feature I think they did this on purpose they just not publicizing it because they want you to be safe that's actually more important that everybody be using windows ten and then they get the revenue from that extra sales which I prob you know slow clap Microsoft that's the right thing to do so it is still possible to take that windows seven machine and upgraded to windows ten a lot of people so I don't want windows ten windows ten is fine it looks a lot like windows seven you're not gonna be as discombobulated as you might think it's it's really worth having a secure operating system so here's the tricky part we will put a link in the show notes you gotta get if you go to Microsoft they have a downloadable version of the windows ten installer if you Google Microsoft windows media creation tool.

"three weeks ago" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

10:49 min | 2 years ago

"three weeks ago" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"But well this is the Ben Shapiro show so today a historic day and kind of historically stupid day the speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi has announced to impeachment charges against the president of the United States Donald J. trump impeachment charges number one is abuse of power impeachment charges number two is obstruction of Congress both of these charges are extraordinarily vague and it's pretty unprecedented they have an impeachment hearing on the basis of charges that aren't actually criminal in any serious way joining us online discusses senator Ted Cruz representative Texas is elected to the Senate in twenty twelve of course dinner cruise thanks much for your time men always good to be with you so I'm sure you had a chance at this point take a look at the short articles of impeachment presented by the Democrats my take on that is that it is pretty obvious that they have constructed charges that aren't actually criminal because they don't have the material for criminal charges so abuse of power this art abuse of power charges not wedded to a bribery charge they can sing bribery over and over bribery is not actually charge is that has legal elements instead they go with a far bigger standard suggesting that president trump exchanged a thing of value and did so by ignoring injuring national security which is not really a standard of intent and one post instruction Congress I've yet to see an apparently doesn't exist any impeachment charges they don't combine obstruction of justice with obstruction of Congress what do you make of charges well Ben today is a stunning day an important day it's it's it's where the house has effectively admitted that the entire result of their impeachment proceeding has down nothing has been not a single violation of criminal law has been not a violation of any federal law whatsoever reading these articles of impeachment they're only nine pages I've read them in their entirety and and and if it's it is on its face a a confession of defeat the house Democrats are gonna go through their partisan both they're gonna vote out these articles but it is an admission that everything they've been saying for months was not borne out by the at the guild rewind just just two three weeks ago two three weeks ago you'll recall every house Democrats began shifting their language to use the word bribery they'll get same bribery rubber bribery the reason for that is the democratic congressional campaign committee had holder they done focus groups and they discovered well people think bribery is really bad so we should call it bribery because that that holds really badly the problem is the facts don't demonstrate that the evidence doesn't demonstrate that and and you know that the house Democrats revealed that their failure this past weekend when they put out a a fifty five page report the call of the scholarly report I is effective laughable in in which they said we don't have to demonstrate a violation of criminal law would demonstrate along a violation of any longer to prove the president had a speeding ticket we can just it impeach were essentially whatever we want to end it and that is profoundly constant contribution the constitution sets out a standard for impeachment imprint peach for the president the president can be impeached for freedom bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors I'll use the word other there is important because it suggests the treason bribery are both themselves high crimes and misdemeanors and the category high crime in mid misdemeanors is the same sort of categories you know that the basic legal cannon of interpretation what the Democrats are saying here they can't prove any crimes but they're impeaching the president anyway because they hate him and disagree with them politically that is an abuse of the constitutional process and and and and it really is a sad day in our nation's history yes senator Cruz one of the things the Democrats have been saying it and this to me is actually verging into a danger area they said in twenty sixteen that president trump if you lost to not accept the results of the election of course president trump made sounds like that in some of the debate and I thought to myself leading good and then Hillary Clinton lost never accepted the results of the election Stacey Abrams in Georgia lost they never accepted the results of the election now Democrats are openly stating I mean openly hello she said this Jerry Nadler said this they're both saying quite openly that if trump is not impeach that the results of the twenty twenty election have to be pre emptively called into question because trump is the kind of guy who will cheat we don't have to have proof of him cheating we don't have to have proof that the election is a legitimate we'll just assume straight out that he's not impeach that any victory trump wins in twenty twenty is not legitimate I don't know how Republican function or the circumstances well unfortunately the partisan Democrats have have been so consumed with rage that they decided that one of the things they're opposed to is democracy there are pros opposed to the democratic process the so in in the Democrats world Donald Trump didn't win in twenty sixteen that elections are legitimate if he wins again they believe that will be a legitimate look you have Democrats Stacey Abrams claim she was elected governor of of Georgia they they they live in in a world where facts don't matter and the votes of the people don't matter all that matters is if you're a sufficiently woke leftist and otherwise democracy the that that they fundamentally declared themselves enemy enemies up look this is the reason we're saying impeachment voted on in in Congress is because house Democrats have never accepted the presidential election they decided they wanted to impeach the president in November of twenty sixteen and they're mad at the American people for voting for him that that that that that is disgraceful and and it's wrong well speaking of disgraceful and wrong over the weekend you appeared on Chuck Todd's program which in itself senator Cruz I have to say I mean decisions but your your parents at times program and you and you had the temerity to suggest that Ukraine had interfered with the twenty sixteen election and try Todd laughed aloud and in it and then had a bunch had one suggesting your Russian stooge for saying this a couple of things can be for one the Russians certainly interfered in the election they they hacked into the DNC according to best available information they released a bunch of those emails they're attempting to put things on Facebook affective that was I have my doubts about but it is also true no and not to the same extent but there were reports in political and The New York Times about Ukrainian embassy working with Alexander Chiluba from the DNC in order to find information about him Paul man a fort the the president's you sometime chief of staff in his campaign yes it was publicly reported the idea that that Ukraine had nothing to do with the election I'm the wilderness to as to how folks like Chuck Todd laughing again as busy our well it is bizarre it and it actually underscores the media is in a panic the Democrats are in a panic with these articles of impeachment as I said on the face they are on their face third mission of defeat the reason the media in panic if if their entire narratives collapse stated that they're seeing what the house has been doing they look at the media there used to be a top Chuck Todd is someone who knows how to be an actual journalist but in the age of trump people who who who used to be journalist of the band and it did just become Parsons and and and they're they're they're they're scared because they see that that that that the house Democrats didn't produce the evidence that they want it you know if you look at the phone call that is the whole center of this whole discussion folk phone call with the head of Ukraine's Olympic president trump asked him to investigate two things number one investigate possible Ukrainian interference in the twenty sixteen election now as you noted it is absolutely true that Russia tried interfere in our twenty sixteen elections unquestionably true it is also true that a whole lot of other countries did as well that China to try try to do so that North Korea tried to do so and that Ukraine tried to do so there's abundant evidence that Ukraine tried to do so the sitting ambassador from Ukraine rotor not bad blasting Donald Trump during the twenty sixteen election attacking him they pushed it out on on on the the embassies official official email list look that is bizarre it is it is a bizarre thing for a sitting ambassador from a foreign country intervene in the middle of the U. S. presidential election that just generally doesn't happen not only that the sitting interior secretary publicly blasted Donald Trump not only that the former prime minister publicly blasted Donald Trump not only that two Ukrainian parliamentarians held a press conference in which they said that the government agency and you crave it legally and contrary Ukrainian law tried to directly intervene in the U. S. selection those are all facts and by the way the easiest source of those facts is reporting as you noted in politico and The New York Times in the Financial Times in the economists are all of those are out there the media knows this so what happened what happened is really two things number one substantively the media's okay with Ukrainian it interference in the twenty sixteen election because it was in favor of Hillary Clinton the media all agree with they they want Hillary Clinton wind so they don't they don't care about the interference of it happens to agree with their partisan leaning so it number two they just decided it is suddenly inconvenient to their narrative because because the media has taken on the role they are adamant Adams yes press secretary in any here's the game they try to play with anyone points out well yeah you you crane did interfere and even more fundamentally there is is very significant evidence of corruption with hunter Biden make it eighty three thousand dollars a month to sit on the border the biggest natural gas company in Ukraine with no natural gas experience a million Bucks a year while his father the vice president has publicly dragoness you watch the video he's brag that he told that the head of Ukraine he would block a billion dollars in aid unless they fired the prosecutor that was potentially investigating the board hunter Biden was sitting this is the the company on on whose board her body was that it it kind of event and the media doesn't want to cover a word of it and if anyone brings it up they call you a Russian assets so so on Sunday The Washington Post without a hint of shame call me a Russian assets I mean that's and and they called they they call anyone who actually points to fact ironically citing the New York times they say your Russian asset if you cite the New York times if you cite political it is bizarre in it and it's a sign of job of just how desperate they're getting senator Cruz obviously the the house by watering down the nature of impeachment they set up a future where pretty much anybody can be impeached for any political disagreement and and this is it out this is not what the founders foresaw as.

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"three weeks ago" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"three weeks ago" Discussed on KGO 810

"Three weeks ago the White House department of homeland security called me a week ago today and ask for proposals and we're beginning to present it to the very states along the border because this conference is most of the other secure borders in Texas and the train is not going to be adaptable to these thirty five feet barriers of in the the advantage of terrible walk is this is what the military uses I mean we send troops into Syria or wherever and you can't wait for a year for these thirty five foot barriers to be built you have to say the Haskell get out there and twenty four hours you know we want a secure perimeter so we have a compound where the account for the troops against station and they get a mop and they give him a pretty darn fast jury again people can Google it at terra block T. E. R. R. A. B. L. O. C. K. just to see what these walks look like it is amazing technology keep fortune jury you know security is important and the proposed wall the way it is right now is not going to work see what you can do with that remember that video of the U. S. navy looking at those tic tac you oppose the US navy confirmed of course at those videos taken by their pilots showing the three encounters with you falls are definitely authentic but what they're also saying now is those videos should never have been released to the public but they did interesting isn't that what else is going on in the skies let's check in with Peter Davenport from the national you awful reporting center hi Peter good evening George and I'd like to preface my report tonight by thanking all those wonderful coach listeners who submitted reports about those satellites that were launched this past Monday out of Cape Canaveral they were satellites about UFOs obviously and thanks to the host of coast to coast who called to my attention that there had been a launch of the space sex are you sure a little embarrassed by that because the same thing happened on may twenty third of this year and that for me then I should have been for the second time but I was first report I'd like to present our audience comes from Yakima Washington the gentleman who's a professor and the pilot possibly a commercial pilot I've forgotten that part of the angles so this this point but he reports that this past Sunday the tenth of November at two AM Pacific time both he and his wife were suddenly awakened by pronounced role in an shark the law allowed sound in a vibration of their house the obviously not necessarily UFO related but it went on for five to seven minutes he talked to several of his friends in the Yakima area who reported the same experiencing the same thing if we have any listeners you live in the vicinity of Yakima experience that I'd like to invite them to submit a good reports written reports and we'll compare notes so the audience will understand a little better in a couple reports one I'm including this one in my report for the second and third report I'd like to go down to the southern United States the initially the Columbus Mississippi the eleventh of November veterans day gentleman reports as he was driving with friends and they saw two green distinctly green spherical objects connected it appeared to them by a straight line of light or something connected them they were going descending very rapidly and seven suddenly slowed and went underneath power lines and just suddenly both of them at the same instant winked out of sight just went out and disappeared from their vision third or fourth come Sherman rolled Louisiana George's gentleman was out side look into the clear blue sky he saw what at first he thought was a drone but it was distinctly gray and there was too small to be any kind of system the server is drone aircraft and it was moving at a very slow rate the interesting thing is it seems to have objects extending off of it he this is not a very good description given here but the interesting part of this story is the gentleman is a retired US navy aviator he said he's never seen anything like it moving way too slowly to be an aircraft fourth report harkens back to the first one for me I come woman Rhoda very nice very nice report and she serves up by saying that our son as I which is a despite that handicap though he's very honest these very perceptive to details he too was awakened this is on the fourteenth of November yesterday morning at three AM in Vienna Illinois awakened by a pronounced vibration of the house he looked out his window and in this case George she saw the round object with objects extending out from its perimeter it suddenly rose up from his neighbors in front of his neighbor's house across the street and approached the house he was sleeping in and disappeared from his sight as I have one blue light one red light and several white lights on it and is very similar to the first one for me I have no idea what it was I have no idea whether it was UFO related but is in this instance he saw an object that was apparently causing the vibration and fifth and last report comes from Suffield Ohio gentleman reports she saw a triangular shaped object they didn't green light it too and objects extending off of it around his perimeter so a lot going on and if anybody is been with us any of these events sizer encourage them to submit written reports using our online report forms UFO center dot com super Peter thank you will talk to you next week at some more reports ready for us I fly a lot in I'd love flying every once in awhile we fit some turbulence and it does jar you a little bit but the there are lots of folks who just are petrified of flying in a moment captain Ron Nielsen joins us his work is called how to overcome fear of flying this is an amazing story he's next with us on coast to coast AM computer.

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"three weeks ago" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"three weeks ago" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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"three weeks ago" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"three weeks ago" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Drunk driver three weeks ago on Bayshore is out of the hospital doctor James boss Winkle of Stony Brook university hospital from the queue or magnitude of the impact his body started. his long suffered to a point where we had to put him on life support officer by down now heading to a rehab facility the driver in the accident was killed police still on the hunt for a pair of armed robbers who tied up employees at a cellphone store in Brooklyn before making off with bones in cash it happened at the T. mobile in east Flatbush around two this afternoon police say the man burst in carrying guns the workers are okay although they were tied up and threatened before the men fled snack exactly clear how much money they got away with the annual tunnel to towers run taking place Sunday here in New York City the five K. run and walk through the Hugh Carey tunnel symbolizes firefighter Steven Sylar's final footsteps on September eleventh two thousand one as he ran through the tunnel with his gear to respond to the twin towers where he died organizer say it pays homage to the hundreds of FDNY firefighters and law enforcement officers along with the thousands of civilians killed in the nine eleven attacks proceeds from the event support the Stephen Siller foundations programs including those benefiting first responders and catastrophically injured service members I'm Liz Warner for seventy seven W. ABC news the White House confirming the rough transcript of president trump's July twenty fifth phone conversation with Ukrainian president of a lot of mutual Lansky was moved to a highly classified system the transcript might not be the only one that was moved the White House begin to clamp down on who could see head of state calls after the leaks of the president's calls with the head of Mexico with Australia and with Putin so it does raise questions about whether this was the only transcript bear or whether there were other transcripts moved there that also didn't meet that threshold of highly classified information Pamela brown reporting your forecast the Ramsey Subaru weather center tonight partly cloudy lows in the mid sixties Saturday partly sunny humid highs in the low eighties Sunday mostly.

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"three weeks ago" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"three weeks ago" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Watch and tell it sounded three weeks ago on K. B. I. me in Houston rigorous neck of the Astros steam roles angels catcher Jonathan Lucroy it happened July seventh Lucroy suffered a concussion and a broken nose bridge deck was hit with a two game suspension for Major League Baseball he appealed to commissioner rob Manfred Mann Fred has now upheld the penalties so it is a two game suspension former Resnick baseball's trade deadline coming up Wednesday afternoon one of the more active teams to this point the Mets as they made a couple of deals this week because far Sunday they bring in Marcus Stroman Monday they send lefty Jason Vargas to the Phillies he fall from M. L. B. dot com well the problem is they think they're in when now we are operating as if during when now which is exactly what got them into trouble the last offseason they traded their number one and number two prospects to Seattle for robin thinking now for the bad half of Robinson Cano contract in Franklin D. as to like most relievers this ball of highland unpredictable and the deal's been absolute disaster for them until rather than recognize him maybe we should try a different strategy they just decided to do more of the same gave up to more of their top ten prospects to get strong men who is very good but as a free agent after the twenty twenty season and unless they really think they can win next year which I kind of don't I don't really understand how this deal makes this match franchise better in the short or long term with the Mets what could they possibly be telling themselves especially with that defense and especially with the lack a youth that that that they have the farm system that's worth anything right now what could they possibly be telling themselves in terms of what a rebound season could look like next year well I think that there are internal beliefs must be what should be a gas that if everyone's healthy in the rotation if you have if they keep centerboard we talk about that because they may not keep Syndergaard but you have.

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"three weeks ago" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:32 min | 3 years ago

"three weeks ago" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"So about three weeks ago. A billboard goes up eastbound seventy five at Galbraith just pass reading. You can see it from eastbound Reagan to and it's rather simple billboard in the message striking. It says married priests period now period. And then below it is a link that goes to a survey monkey page asking that question. And whether you want to see priest a lot to be married to combat the issues that are facing the church and kind of kick them dragging screaming in the modern age or you the mind that the Catholic church should be left alone. It is paid for by pragmatic, Catholics is what the billboard says and the most pragmatic Catholic on the plan is John Courtney, who's the guy put the billboard, John? How are you how you been? Good morning flown. Don't well good. Good. Good, john. You put the billboard up with three weeks ago is there's been three weeks. It has. Okay. So Mike, my calendar is correct. And how many people have responded to your survey on survey monkey as a result of this one billboard in Cincinnati, Ohio USA? My Thursday has over seven thousand responses, and I will say that I was probably a big chunk of that. And a half and of a kind of flow down a debt, but there are other it spawned other surveys, interestingly enough. There actually is one of the married priests. We talked about that convert from the Piscopo Kalian who became a Catholic priest in South Carolina by the other. Dwight long the that guy made some comments on fairly was brought the attention. And he sponsored other things I wouldn't call it going viral. But there's a Twitter survey out there that mirrors. My first question about Mary crease. And so there's, there's been more responses there in terms of thousands as well. It's interesting that's really interesting too because. Well, it did what you wanted to do. And that is to start a dialogue. I really you know, there's two things I wanted to do, obviously from my comments. I support the idea of allowing married men come priest, but I wanted to know what everybody else is attention was, but I also wanted to educate people on the history of the church that this had happened, and that it is still currently happening with, with folks that are exception converts, and, and I wanted to educate for change, and so, but getting opinions about people, it was really interesting because. My survey asking, but I think it was somewhat unclear. I learned very quickly that people were the question was a little way because you could frankly, think about Catholics respect the app, and if a married man can become a priest or are you asking, if a pre already are gained can then go get married. Totally different things. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. I it that point too. So coming in. I mean I get it. So as far as the seven thousand responses go the John Courtney, where does it stand in the eyes of Cincinnati. At least the ones that are driving. Seventy five on Galbraith road. Eastbound has reading what do they have to say? Well, what I adjusted. I mean the first day I got a lot of negative responses and that was probably an app. Tell you based on the comments section, it was probably due to. Vagueness and also to the fact that people like I was leading them in one direction, and I probably was, but I'm trying to educate, folks. That is not doctrine or something that's gonna be a dramatic change. But once I adjusted the question to make it focus on married men becoming much like married, men, becoming Ican. Very much a fifty fifty response. And so there's, there's considerably more support now that it's very specific about asking. I think there's not a lot of support for people who are looking at a man, who's an ordained priest going then and getting married, after he's taking his vows. And I guess I can understand that I really was asking about married men becoming priests because as we talked about the flu is the Postles. We know Peter who became a was married fan. And, and they were married men that were I think that we can convert it or decided to go serve the church after their family was, you know, grown, so it would be like a mature man, whose kids are out of the house, that's been going on or centuries. And then, and then, of course they change the discipline. I noticed there was a lot of confusion. This is part of the education process, but this tradition the church has in the Roman Catholic church is not doctrine. It's not dogma. It's not law. No. It is simply tradition. And, and that can be changed. I I'm telling you from the comments people called it out, as dogma people scriptural references. And that not correct. There is no scriptural basis for this. Yeah. From what I understand. It was a long long long long time ago. Like a thousand years long time ago when when the pope said, okay, well, we had married priests in the problem is this, what happens when these male priests wind up dying, and they have families, well, they of course, all resources and all their wealth and property to the families, not the church. And they said, we got a knock this off because we want the property went expand the church, we need resources to do that. So from this point forward, you can't be married and be a priest and as the battle said, okay, no problem because, you know, the priesthood was, was extremely extremely important thing. It is today. But if you think of the simpler times, a thousand years ago, they were essentially, they were the judge jury executioner in so the priests had a lot of power. They had amassed. The money's in the end result is the church wouldn't get it. So if you're looking at this pessimistically, or maybe maybe like I do I don't think I'm pessimistic, but Amara pragmatist is that the church's protecting their assets in the research? There's nothing new with God in the bible that says everything to do with the. E oh, the business of the Roman Catholic church. I totally understand that one of you, and I think that a cynic would probably definitely you that there's some truth to that. That's a fact. I mean you know, as we said before the answers to all your questions lead back the money, unfortunately, but there is not scriptural basis that there, there was, there was a concern in the in that time in the church about married men having bigger families, with and being able to serve two masters of their family and their congregants. And, and that's a ballad question that interestingly enough, what the single number one by far number one reason that people objected and do object to the idea of married men, becoming pretty, it's the idea that you're not gonna have time for this pre now they don't have any time for this twenty four seven job. That's a misconception too. By the way, it's not a twenty four seven job, even the pre now in the US, although there is a shortage of them. They do have. -cation. They do have days off other priests cover them. Perfect system. That's likely it strained. I know there are pretty now that are in the late seventies and early eighties that walked to retire and the Dow will be there, archbishop sells them we can't afford to let you retire, nap to keep working, and brother. I think father long and actor who's one of the Mary precise spoke about the app is to be in South Carolina. He makes a lot of points about this thing. But this is not this is not rocket science. There is a way to do this. We general concern by Alex about this would not be a good thing, of course you need to be committed to one or the other vow. It can't be split. It can be done successfully. And the reason we have such a strange system is because we have a shortage, appre allowing married men to be priests would alleviate that shortage, and would allow to help solve probably there's some challenges with shortage, right? They're overworked, they're burdens have little. Backup and balancing their life. You have these guys who were a big one. Yeah. And it's also opening it up the dirty little secret, but because there's so many your men interested in going to seminary to look at priesthood. Now opening it up to less qualified men because the numbers, you're gonna end up. The church ended up letting in folks who maybe otherwise wouldn't qualify if they were more applicants. Thing. Yeah. I mean in plain other things too as well. Relative to the other scandals in effect, the church if you think that way, that's, that's there's a connection there who would be drawn to that kind of life in, and, you know, many, many, many men, of course, overall majority are called, because it's a calling of God and the vocations but we're talking about making it better not worse. John Courtney is here, and the acute hearing centers dot com hotline was launched. He's a guy who three weeks ago, put up a billboard on eastbound seventy five at Galbraith just past reading, which also can be seen from eastbound Reagan to as well. And it simply says, married priests now and there's a there's a link there that you go to the survey. Monkey website survey. Monkeys, a website coming and take a survey about whether or not you think pre should be married seven thousand people, plus responded in what surprised me the most about this. John is it was split fifty fifty. Does that surprise surprises me that it's fifty fifty I thought that many many, many more people in the lady, or maybe people who, don't aren't even Catholic or maybe agnostic? Atheist for that matter because you're not gonna discriminate. It's a survey that they would say, I thought it'd be like eighty twenty maybe but fifty fifty surprises me I did too. I thought it would be I was a little surprised. I will tell you there was one comment by Vienna. Anti Mary, pre person is clearly a Catholic based on their, their, you know, their comments that said, plus her name was Mary, Pat, Mary. Pat, is a very Catholic name. So. Like, hey information you doesn't make sure that everybody knows that you could anyone could do this. Not just Catholics and could do it over and over again. Survey found by looking at this, that they're working people that repeatedly did this and the first week in particular because I saw the comments like there might be a comment of three sentences. Repeat over and over again, twenty four hours. And so I think there were people that were really adamant vehement, anti who went in and kind of get. You're going to get you're gonna get trolled. That's part of getting trolled as part of it that made, you got something good that people at least they're talking about anyway. But the notion, here's the pre she get married. So now what do you do with the information you have this information fifty fifty?.

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"three weeks ago" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"three weeks ago" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"They send a whole contingent out three weeks ago. When according to reports, the offer is north of three hundred million dollars. And he's still not in poli offer percent police in amazing the Phillies came out at the start of the off season and said was spending stupid money. Everybody kind of figured I know I definitely figured either Mattie Machado or Bryce opera would end up wearing that uniform. Now, there's pretty good chance. They could be over to now. Look if I had a good off-season JT. Good go Robert coaching better team. But I think they're going to be a lot of people down. I ninety five not happy. Neither one of those guys looked like the same way. I can't fault. The White Sox for not landing Machado. They're trying every effort, and you can't make the player you can't make a player's mind. They've they've put their best foot forward and have put out a monster offer. If the guy says, no, you can't fall ownership or management for that. So I think we're in agreement. We'd take price opera at this point going to be all say, he'll be a dodger amazing. I flip flopped on a week ago. I said he's going Phillies. It's gonna happen. Now. Not so sure be a dodger Jerry like on shark tank when one of the sharks pulls their offer. Then the other the last remaining shark this case the dodgers lowers the you got no one else. Now true. He's not going to the Yankees Phillies say no the national already withdrew their offer. Now the dodgers be sitting printing. I should have our Representative, by the way, this is outstanding negotiating tactic. Because what would happen is? Phillies go we're pulling the offer. Then Bryce Harper goes dodgers will take your offer. And then they go. No, no, no, no, no, not at that price different offer. Now, it's true. That's exactly what it should be. That's why you can put them into a box into a corner, and you can really you can screw them. If you want and. February twenty seventh. No, Bryce, offering Kathy. It's nobody can go back to September three hundred million dollars ten years from the nationals. Good faith. Go away. Seven twenty on the fan and CBS sports network coming to you live and.

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"three weeks ago" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"three weeks ago" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"But before that, I was from a small place Wegas and Cuba, and it was a small place, and I was just the spaghetti. And he was actually he's actually from a town outside. I was there two three weeks ago. Oh, kind of as happenstance. I was going to Cuba this season. And we are staying we stopped Legos, but it is very much a small city compared to maybe even to China and Santiago, Cuba were the other two places. I went on my tour of Cuba. So he's just kind of embracing this himself and says, hey, I'm plea, and he's a guy that likes attention and likes to to be seen and the city's kind of starving for that. Do you think that the team is starving for that? I know you haven't been Springstreen as started yet. And everyone still has to kind of get used to what the surroundings are. But if there was Yossi has been a good performance overall for most of his career. So it seems like if if there is an appetite for the dodgers to ship tweet at town. It's because it was just it was too much to handle. So I know that you could you could say the red set a positive experience. I think the red set a positive experience with Matt Harvey this best season who I guess. We're just gonna lump all I don't know handfuls together in the same category. Even though it's more complicated than that. But one can assume the reds wouldn't have made the trade if they didn't think that they could handle everything that comes with the week. But have you talked to people on the record off the record about what they intimidate the season to be like a little bit. I think they're kind of excited because they see this is a team that hasn't been very good, and they can put up with some stuff, and they have in the past put up with things some of these leaders and the the veteran guys put up with some stuff as long as they can be better. And I've I've talked with some of the veterans just kind of toxic, and they're they're kind of excited just because it's an energy. And there hasn't been a whole lot of energy around this team the last couple of years the other part of this week's only here for one years far as we know so far is under control for one more year. So if it is a mess, it's not a long-term mess. And this is something I don't think anybody's looking to extend M. Now. And who knows if he would now we don't know how the free agency works out anymore because it's everything is awful. So, you know, we just don't know. But it is only a one year thing. And I think people are excited that hey, this guy can make us better. When our most recent episode, we were talking about a hypothetical question if you have to be bad at something. What's the best thing to be bad at just an entertainment, spectator perspective? And we were both thinking that. Well, you do want to be good at pitching. If it means that you can be good at everything else. Because that way at least you feel like we can get back into games. Even if you're coughing up leads, but as Jeff pointed out on that episode, the reds have basically been that in real life. Just the team that is terrible at pitching and better at other things. So just from a fan spectator standpoint. Obviously, it makes the reds a lot better that they now seem to have a solid to potentially good rotation. But was that a particularly demoralized? Zing way to lose the way that they did over the last couple years with just replacement level staffs or or does it not matter. How you get to your win or loss total? Oh, no those bad pitching takes longer. You know, those games drag drag and trag and when you're down so much so early. Nobody seems to be in it, and yeah, it was it was really about. It was particularly bad. I don't know that it ever got worse in the second half of two thousand fifteen after the all star or after the trade deadline when every start after the trade deadline was made by a rookie. That was probably the low point. Now this year, they might be look at their defense and their defenses is really taking a hit because you used to have made it wasn't that long ago that you had Tucker Barnhart behind the plate zachos irt shortstop Brennan Phillips at second base, joys Fatah's wanna go glove..

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