37 Burst results for "Three Years Ago"

EPA rule sharply limits HFCs, gases used as refrigerants

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 hrs ago

EPA rule sharply limits HFCs, gases used as refrigerants

"The environmental protection agency is sharply limiting domestic production and use of highly potent greenhouse gases commonly used as refrigerants the new rule aims to decrease production and use of hydro fluorocarbons spite eighty five percent over the next fifteen years part of a global phase out hydro fluorocarbons are considered a major driver of global warming thousands of times more powerful than carbon dioxide the often leaks through pipes or appliances that use compressed refrigerants such as refrigerators and air conditioners White House climate adviser Gina McCarthy says the rule is expected to reduce harmful emissions by the equivalent of four point five billion metric tons of carbon dioxide by twenty fifty a total similar to three years of emissions from the U. S. power sector Ben Thomas Washington

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Fresh update on "three years ago" discussed on The EcomCrew

The EcomCrew

01:22 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "three years ago" discussed on The EcomCrew

"Three dollars and fifty cents a box. That search on top of shipping. So it's a fifty percent price hike. Roughly on fedex. So they don't want your boxes right. Postal service. i think it's common. You know like we. Can't we win trying to move out and postal service because this we can't get the postal service cardboard like you know the red white and blue cardboard the to ship. There's there isn't any of it like so. We're our warehouse team on the way into work is going by their local post office and picking up fifty of them like whatever they have every day sane. That is crazy. it's september y'all not a holiday yet. it's bad it is. I mean we've always struggled with the post office anyway. It's not exactly the most well run organization to begin with. I mean just getting them to come send the truck. You know the three years ago when we were you know what the peacock doing stuff. A caller rate just pick up back then was a struggle and so and getting the cardboard back then was do the same thing. We used to drive by the post office every morning on the way and be like in like everybody by first name. Because we'd be like they all you need some medium flattery boxes and they'd have them kind of set aside for me. I can only give you one pack today or whatever michael. Take whatever you can give me because we gotta go pack. Pack the orders and put all of our coloring books on here. And we're going to see that times ten this year because it just everyone is going to be struggling. They're just physically isn't enough vans people and infrastructure to meet the demand and something has to break down somewhere right to something. You had to be thinking about now. Yep there's a they'll come out with the stats. Probably a month or two. But i remember last year some consulting firm did a an estimate of expect this much package volume this holiday and the carriers have this much capacity and like every other year until the.

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It's Hilarious That Rachel Maddow Suddenly Cares About Free Speech

The Dan Bongino Show

01:33 min | 2 d ago

It's Hilarious That Rachel Maddow Suddenly Cares About Free Speech

"One piece of irony though I have seen about this You remember Russia Rachel maddow MSNBC host She spent three years of our lives lying to everyone about this fake collusion hoax and she's very smart She's a Rhodes scholar I believe She knew she was lying and she lied anyway on the air She told this Russian collusion fairytale over three years She had to know she was lying She's not stupid because the alternative is that she was dumb and fell for this first grade level hoax that any idiot and some young kid could have figured out But Rachel maddow ironically was complaining on her Twitter account I find this to be ironic and kind of hilarious She's complaining to Google because Google it's alleged that according to a New York Times story that Google did Vladimir Putin's bidding and blocked anti Kremlin content as voting in Russia and their national elections started up So Rachel maddow is all upset about that You know Google interfering in free speech which is tragically hilarious because it was Rachel maddow and others who were pushing the collusion hoax while her leftist buddies she adores were pushing censorship on conservatives like me and elsewhere who warned people like Rachel maddow for years that she was propagating a hoax And she didn't have now all of a sudden She's into free speech when it's Russia That is hilarious Hilarious that she's all of a sudden a warrior The Joan of Arc of free speech That's a good

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Fresh update on "three years ago" discussed on The Phinsider

The Phinsider

01:14 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "three years ago" discussed on The Phinsider

"With the game they just had. But i don't think that's every is gonna look like that. The patriots team is better than the team. From last year. I think is better than last year. Oh my god. I think it's better than last year. They bills destroyed us last year. Lease were twenty six points in that game that they destroyed us in honestly in the in the week. Two game that we played buffalo in miami. That was very close. They could have what. I'm saying when was playing quarterback three. Nfl games ago days crushed us and then they crushed us again. This is not is not that. It's not like last year spending entire off season trying to combat specifically that not. Everything works instantly. Just give it some way exceeded instantly. Robert it's been three years three years that they've had to build this and this is this is what they're doing. You losing nothing now than they were three years ago. What's that you don't think they're better now than they were three years ago. I that's what my whole point was that they look exactly the same as they did three years ago against baltimore with that team of literally. Nobody i would that look like on sunday. Guess yes the whole point. That did look like that. On sunday i agree at no point value at one point. I'm trying to think of all the prouty churches that we've had this one. It's one of your game the rate of you finish. Let me finish my point. I mean i think in joe phillipines last year. They had some games where they were just getting destroyed right and he was fired in the in the middle of the year. Right like where they're like. I feel like the buffalo bills came down early in the season and destroyed us that that year. And then you know and that team had a lot of town you in philbin was terrible coach on the gays teams at which about ace like those might not have been fun to watch. And i'm not sticking. I hate gives but dave weren't losing thirty five to nothing against you know really good patriots teams. You know like even if his bill team is that good which. I don't think they are like you can't lose thirty five. Nothing like to anybody. You can lose thirty five. Nothing is the same as losing thirty five thirty four. It's a loss that it happens. Packers the packers were terrible. Week one by a by a arguably not very good saints team destroyed them. Does that mean zero not close to being good and you comparing this seems to the green bay. Packers is hysterical. I'm saying this happens all the time in the first few weeks a team might just crap the bed and they might not be terrible. Look they might be horrible destroyed in vegas on sunday. They're going gonna win by a t it by the raiders who are like seriously like that. You think that's a good team. I mean they're a good game. I guess but the raiders are going to. They're going to destroy this team on sunday. Like this team is terrible. Rock like this is an awful. Football's all right. What's the score. What's the score gonna be. I know we already wanting to thirteen. Thirty one thirteen raiders. We're gonna beat them. This.

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Body Believed to Be Missing 22-Year-Old Gabby Petito Is Found

Mojo In The Morning

01:06 min | 3 d ago

Body Believed to Be Missing 22-Year-Old Gabby Petito Is Found

"By. It was a tragic update yesterday. The fbi said human remains found at a national forest in wyoming were consistent with the description of gabby petito the florida woman who went missing during this big cross country road trip with her twenty. Three year old fiancee. His name is brian laundry. Who returned home without gabby this. Fbi agent charles jones foremost on behalf of the fbi personnel and our partners. I would like to extend sincere and heartfelt condolences to gabby family. Joe and tara. Petito and jim nicole smith as every parent can imagine. This is an incredibly difficult time for the family. Our thoughts and prayers are with them. We ask that you all respect the privacy as they mourn the loss of their teton county. Wyoming corner dr brent blue said an autopsy is scheduled for tomorrow and said officials would confirm the identity of the remains through photographs personal identification and dna earlier today.

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Search Resumes for Man Whose Girlfriend Disappeared on Trip

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 4 d ago

Search Resumes for Man Whose Girlfriend Disappeared on Trip

"Police in Florida continue to search for twenty three year old Brian laundry and I basked wildlife reserve he's a person of interest in the disappearance of his girlfriend Gabby potato on Friday a large family reported him missing before that investigators had no luck urging him and his family members to talk to them according to north port police spokesman Josh Taylor Bryan was not a suspect in a crime Brian was a person of interest in a missing person meanwhile the F. B. I.'s sounding for clues about but you know in a Wyoming National Park that's where she was when her family last heard from her the couple had gone on a cross country trip when investigators say laundry came back alone on August twelfth they were caught on Moab police body cam officers responding to a nine one one call of them fighting potatoes family on Long Island reported her missing September eleventh I'm Julie Walker

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Things I'd Wish I'd Known When My Kids Started College

Does This Happen to You

02:41 min | 4 d ago

Things I'd Wish I'd Known When My Kids Started College

"Things. I wish i known when my kids started college like how their meal plans. Don't include ten dollar la taes three years ago when my kids started college. I could've used some guidance. Decent advice wisdom. I went on college tours asking. What are your dorms. Emergency exit plans. I should've asked how many essential oil marketers within a fifteen mile radius. Hold a communications degree from your university. What did i know. I was worried. Said to be losing my babies and wondering how in the name of god they survive without homemade smoothies would my make good choices. Texts be as effective without the appropriate facial expressions. I should have focused on the upside vodka. Bottles would soon return to the oven where they belong. I could keep my journal out in the open rather than hidden in the closet near the vibrators. Real changes happen for empty nesters and our kids during college years. Not all of them bad. Here's what i wish. I knew it will take one year to go from crying when they leave to crying when they come home six months. If you enjoy the kind of privacy you haven't had since clinton was in office. Prepare a speech for when they call to say we've been seeing each other exclusively for eight weeks. Should i still use a condom. That kid who is said to leave home will soon be wondering why you do things like visit and stay overnight. Go ahead and share opinions about what they wear an instagram pictures. I dare you. Are we supposed to quickly pivot from casting out trans fats and other sources of evil to serene acceptance that their diet now includes edibles. Yes yes we are so steel an edible. When you visit. You're paying for it. Your boys will bring home girls who start sentences with as a capricorn. But stay supportive or though blame you for the inevitable. Break-up relax with the anti-capitalist you don't need to be investment bankers bullshit. You'll have to pay their rent when they eventually decide work as oppressive. It will take years before they stop asking questions about. Laundry and ironing

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What Is the Value of a College Degree?

the NewsWorthy

01:15 min | 5 d ago

What Is the Value of a College Degree?

"Hi brian. Thanks for coming on the newsworthy fisher. I appreciate it. So i let me just ask. What's your take on the value of a college degree in today's world. Shoot we wanna value in having that college degree but when it comes to employment and job opportunities in some ways it's becoming less valuable because of how competitive the labor market is become as you look up and down the labor market from not just hourly employees retail employees but salaried up and down the continuum what companies are finding is that there's not enough people for all of the jobs that they want to hire for so one. They're relaxing a lot of the historical constraints that they've had on the jobs that they're hiring for and that includes things like previous experience educational certifications and different degrees. That people have had so a lot of companies in particular across the last two or three years have been relaxing many of those constraints. The other thing that's going on is that for people that might have some of those degrees or experiences or whatever it may be. They're also able to ask for more money in the labor market so the other reason why companies are expanding their horizon of who to hire. Is that for people without college degrees. They're able to find that job and they're willing to extend an offer them. But perhaps at a slightly lower compensation level than people who do have a college degree

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Prominent South Carolina Attorney Alex Murdaugh Surrenders to Face Charges in $10M Insurance Fraud

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 6 d ago

Prominent South Carolina Attorney Alex Murdaugh Surrenders to Face Charges in $10M Insurance Fraud

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting South Carolina attorney Alec Murdock surrendered Thursday to face insurance fraud and other charges prominent South Carolina attorney Alec Murdock surrendered to authorities Thursday to face charges of insurance fraud conspiracy to commit insurance fraud and filing a false police report state police say Murdoch arranged to have himself shot in the head so his surviving son would get a ten million dollar life insurance payout Murdock's attorney says the fifty three year old was deeply depressed with the drug addiction that worsened in June when he discovered the bodies of his wife and son who had been fatally shot that case remains unsolved state police have six investigations into Murdoch and his family including the deaths of a housekeeper and nanny at his home in twenty eighteen hi Mike Crossey up

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Sebastian Reminisces About His Time in the Oval Office With Donald Trump

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:03 min | 6 d ago

Sebastian Reminisces About His Time in the Oval Office With Donald Trump

"Me share a story here. I was in the oval office with president trump. Just the two of us which rarely happens. The oval office has Well it has an entrance way from the out of office and then it has a little narrow door that goes to private eating area and little place for the president. Just sit and read. Didn't be by himself. And then it has the door to the the west wing where guests come through so you rarely in there alone. I was in with the most powerful man in the world and it is a humbling feeling truly as an immigrant to the united states. Somebody who wasn't born here. Who has an accident who always will who only became a citizen. Three years prior to be alone in the oval office is something yukon express. And i was in there on other business if i remember. Well i think it was Iran deal I was one of the two people though building. In addition to the president wanted to kill the iran deal. God bless into finally doing in the face of people like hr mcmaster tillerson mnuchin. All the other fake america first. And i was about to leave still talking about something to do with iran and the president looked at is hand. He got this very serious expression. Yeah he's a very jovial person. It's to great great sense of humor. But suddenly his face froze who's reminded of something on that piece of paper or just something came to mind when he said i really don't want americans to die on the korean peninsula. I did not want to get us into another shooting war in korea. He understood the threat. Remember the hermit kingdom under kim launching ballistic missiles over the japan intimidating our friends in our allies but despite never having said he went to a military high school but despite never having served he really undestood the weight. The inordinate responsibility carried by the person who is commander-in-chief

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Lindsey Graham on Gen. Milley's Phone Call to China: 'Let's Get the Evidence'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:42 min | Last week

Lindsey Graham on Gen. Milley's Phone Call to China: 'Let's Get the Evidence'

"Yesterday i believed that general milley will resign. A maybe. you're right. Maybe he had known anywhere because now they're giving all kinds of cover and he's getting cover from some peculiar corners like republicans who one would think kind of no better. Senator lindsey graham. He's a hawk of there. Ever was one. He respects the military. A lot of people criticize senator. Lindsey graham of south carolina because he wants to allegedly fight endless wars. He's the one who said a week or two ago. We're going to go back to afghanistan. So surely senator graham is condemning general milley's allegedly treasonous behaviour. Right we'll check this out. Here's lindsey last night with lawrence jones on fox news channel. Well number one I don't wanna try General milley or anybody else in the media You know. Mike was a green beret. Here's a warrior out there. Killing the bad guys. I spent thirty three years as a judge. Advocate in the air force is military judge defense counsel and prosecutor. So before we court martial somebody. Let's get the evidence. Would i want to hear. I want to hear from milly. I'm tired of talking about what the book says. Milley said. I want to see the transcript and i wanna hear from millie and i will say this has been a military lawyer for thirty three years if the book is accurate in the conversation did occur as described in the book General milley undercut civilian control. I just wanna. I just wanna stay with you for second. Because i hear what you're saying and everyone is innocent until proven otherwise but we already know interim. Dod to acting secretary of defense that he did not approve the second phone call now know the generals like doing what they wanna do but we have a system in america. It wasn't approved so she resides based on that would dan. We don't know what the phone call was about. Dan nail doesn't matter where they approved it. No i mean. Generals talked to generals all the time about the state of military exercises. I don't buy that at all. The content does matter. Dam was right if the content was that. We've gotta shaky president. I promise you we're not gonna attack. But if he does something crazy. I'll give you a heads up. That's completely unacceptable. I mean that. That is ailing lame. L- lame answer and lawrence. John's to his credit man. He is right in lindsey graham's

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Biden Court Pick Says Brett Kavanaugh Is ‘Morally Bankrupt’

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:50 min | Last week

Biden Court Pick Says Brett Kavanaugh Is ‘Morally Bankrupt’

"Welcome back america. I'm hugh hewitt. Thank you for joining me. On this thursday morning senator. Tom cotton from arkansas. Is my guest. Good morning senator. Thank you for joining me. Good morning to you. It's good to be on with you as always. I've got a lot of things to covering begin. Perhaps counter intuitively with your on the senate judiciary committee. I played part of your questioning of the nominee jennifer sung the night circuit. I would not vote to confirm anyone who signs such a letter. Will you know of course not huge. Jennifer song is a far left lawyer who signed a letter the day after brett cabinet. I was nominated. I think she called him intellectually and morally bankrupt and predicted that people will die if he's confirmed Look i'm saying disagreeing with kavanagh's rulings. When he was a judge now justice. I disagreed with the here and there as well Disagreed much. every justice's rulings here and there. So i'm a lot more than others. Obviously but i'm not aware why you probably morally bankrupt and it is sung obviously couldn't predict the person or the person who has died in the last three years we vertibrak break capping off to the court. I gotta say no. That's just the tip of the iceberg. The by the ministration has nominated dozens. Maybe hundreds of people whose twitter feed. Show them to be totally unhinged. I i mean they really went off the deep end in the trump or some people that i genuinely respected from the obama era. Maybe i didn't agree with them all the time. But i thought especially in the world of national security. They were responsible sensible sober-minded professionals even if we had our disagreements here and there about say how to confront isis or What our policy iraq was. And then you look at me. Twitter speeds. When i come back in front of us to be confirmed this time around. And they sound like crazy people ranting in the

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Militia Leader Gets 53 Years in Minnesota Mosque Bombing

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last week

Militia Leader Gets 53 Years in Minnesota Mosque Bombing

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a militia leader gets fifty three years in prison in a Minnesota mosque bombing Emeli clear Harry the leader of an Illinois anti government militia group was sentenced Monday to fifty three years in prison for masterminding the twenty seventeen bombing of a mosque in Bloomington Minnesota the fifty year old Harry previously known as Michael Hary recently said she is trans gender no one was hurt in the bombing but more than a dozen members of the dar al Farooq Islamic center community gave impact statements about the trauma they suffered Harry a former sheriff's deputy who led a group called the white rabbits was convicted in December on five counts hi Mike Crossey up

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US Steps Up Effort To Unite Families Separated Under Trump

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

US Steps Up Effort To Unite Families Separated Under Trump

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting the bike did been astray shin is expanding efforts to unite families separated under the trump administration the bike that ministration is stepping up efforts to reunite migrant families that were separated under former president Donald trump's zero tolerance policy on illegal border crossings a federal task force initiated a new program Monday in an effort to locate parents most of whom are believed to be in Guatemala Honduras Mexico and Brazil under the program parents who are located will be helped to return to the United States and they will get at least three years of legal residency work permits and support services the American civil liberties union estimates more than fifty five hundred children were separated from their families Mike Crossey out Washington

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Italian GP: Lewis Hamilton & Max Verstappen Collide; Daniel Ricciardo Wins

The Autosport Podcast

00:36 sec | Last week

Italian GP: Lewis Hamilton & Max Verstappen Collide; Daniel Ricciardo Wins

"Down. Your record has won the italian grand prix fast victory in three years. I'm the fast victory for mclaren in nine years. It was mclaren one or two for the team with landowners. Taking second spot on the podium and vow batas taking thaad doctrine excellent comeback from about degrade me. It was a disastrous day to the top contenders with max stopping and lewis hamilton clutching the red woolcott. Winding up on top of the mercedes and as a result neither driver finishing the rice. Max and has since been penalized for the accident. Receiving three place grid penalty and two penalty points on his licence.

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Do Cities Need Resilience Corps to Deal With Climate Change?

TIME's Top Stories

02:05 min | Last week

Do Cities Need Resilience Corps to Deal With Climate Change?

"Cities have firefighters and trash collectors as the climate breaks down. Do they also need resilience. Core by sierra new gen when hurricane ida hit new orleans in early september tanya freeman brown made the difficult decision to stay in the city the fifty-three-year-old and her family's sheltered in an old brick hotel in the downtown area watching fierce winds of up to one hundred fifty miles per hour pelt rainwater at the windows and remembering the destruction wrought by hurricane katrina sixteen years earlier to the day. It was stressful but freeman brown. Had a job to do. She says we're no match for nature. But this is what we've trained for. This is what the resilience core was built for like. Firefighters put out fires and waste collectors. Keep the city. Clean the job of the new orleans. Resilience core is to help the city be resilient to shocks. Crises and climate change launched by the city and october twenty twenty as a pilot to run for two years. The cores forty workers were mainly people who lost jobs in the hospitality industry during the pandemic. Who are now on full time contracts starting at twelve dollars an hour with a path to an eighteen dollar an hour wage freeman brown joined after losing her work as a corporate massage therapist at an insurance company. The core spent much of the last year working to support the city through kovic nineteen and get people vaccinated hurricane. Ida is the first climate disaster that the core has confronted though the sophisticated system of levees pumps and flood barriers. Built in the wake of katrina protected the city from water damage the storms high winds battered the city killing thirteen people there and toppling thousands of power lines and hundreds of substations. The lights remained off across most of new orleans for a week with at least ten percent of electric customers still without power nine days later.

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A World Cup Every Two Years? Why?

ESPN FC

01:30 min | Last week

A World Cup Every Two Years? Why?

"I know what they think of this next topic. It's about the world cup being played every two years. It's a big fat thumbs down from two dom. Yes why do you send john. I say that. I'm more surprised that people are surprised of fee forgot ninety percent of their income at a world cup while breaking news. They want an extra won't give every second year. I mean this is like your club. Said today depressed compr- this is all about money and this is a powerball bothell a battle and what's also interesting. I've got a lot of power because they have the best national teams except argentina brazil. Then what is interesting. Also the two years ago conmebol like the the president. Domingo said no no no. This is a good idea. Let's let's have welcome every second year now. Three years later he says now they say this is a bad idea. This just show you the power battle. The thing that fever could win this is the old fee for rule is one nation von vote on all small nation. And maybe this is the chance for norway to get into a world cup. But i don't think we will vote for this. We stay with. I think they should keep. We'll capacities every fourth year. I'm so afraid that risking devalued a status of the world cup doing every second meal. I think this is a silly idea. But do i understand that fever. Because they want the money. Show me monay.

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TCL’s Foldable Phone Now on Indefinite Hold

Android Central Podcast

01:44 min | Last week

TCL’s Foldable Phone Now on Indefinite Hold

"What if a company came along with a phone that looked an awful lot like the galaxy flip but cost hundreds of dollars less. Would that lee that he'll do for you well. You won't because it. It's not going on sale for all of this year. We have been. I have been repeating. Tcl's promised to itself into the rest of us that tcl mobile would ship a foldable and affordable foldable by the end of twenty twenty one Thanks to what. I take to be as a combination of what i know. And what speculating Component shortages Perhaps a lack of enthusiasm On the carriers part to push foldable 's and This part is for sure. Tcl's own admission that they couldn't deliver the experience they want at the price. They wanted to hit quite with this generation. They have decided that the time is not right. They're going to eat eat crow or whatever expression you wanna use. They're going to say sorry. We can't deliver this like we said in the time we said but we have a couple of samples. We'd like to send it to you to a couple of you to show you that. We are working on this. It's not vaporware we haven't brought you to these trade shows for three years and showed you samples just to get our name in the headlines we are. We are making a good faith effort to break into the foldable space. And here's what it would have looked like so they sent a mostly finished version of what they are. They're code name is chicago and it is very much like a first generation flip with some aesthetic spec and functionality differences. Some better some worse.

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Putsch Back: Africas Latest Coup in Guinea

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:04 min | 2 weeks ago

Putsch Back: Africas Latest Coup in Guinea

"Guinea has just been kicked out of egos. The economic community of west african states after military leaders staged a coup over the weekend. Speaking after an emergency eco summit burkina-faso's foreign minister alpha berry insisted that all those arrested during the coup be kept safe on exeter lengthy physical dependent alpha. Took on. now you be immediate to alpha conde. It took the like assam and that president alpha conde be released immediately. Soldiers had detained him after storming a government. Building in concrete guineas. Capital video showed the eighty three year. Old mr conde surrounded and looking stunned mama dida mboya. The head of guinea special forces and the apparent coup leader took to national television declaring the constitution and the government dissolved was about to do to let gorsuch show on monday. He said a government of national unity would be formed within weeks whether that will mean better governance for a country in desperate need of it is an open question as is just how long africa's renewed trend of such coups we'll continue cruiser was surprising to some degree but sitting to some and people watching guinea. This was not such a shock. Kenley salmon isn't africa correspondent for the economist that because these causes of becoming for awhile prison conde who's been ousted was elected but had changed the constitution to allow himself to run potentially for two more terms that was met with protests in the streets soldiers. Pretty forces responded to this violence. He'd been won the subsequent election at least according to official results but again was heavily disputed and there were protests. So there's been background sense of frustration. Which i think at the very least gave soldiers

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The Murder Case of Yvonne Layne: Searching for the Star Witnesses

Murder In Alliance

02:42 min | 2 weeks ago

The Murder Case of Yvonne Layne: Searching for the Star Witnesses

"At this point. I've been in touch with david thorne for nearly two years. David has been in prison for twenty two years for allegedly murdering his ex girlfriend yvonne lane on march thirty first nineteen ninety nine since then david has adamantly proclaimed his innocence and the bizarre murder case and conviction has been featured on multiple news tv e programs and so for the past two years. I have been consumed like dwayne poelman. Warned would happen and so i decided to finally enlist the help of professional private investigators. John harden danny wexler and jason baldwin from the west memphis three and his organization proclaimed justice so back on the ground in ohio. We continued our search for chris. Campbell remember john. And danny thought rose and chris were the most key people in this entire investigation chris and his girlfriend rose. Were the star witnesses at trial. Twenty-three-year-old rose an twenty one year old. Chris both testified at trial. They said they saw joe at the carnation mall around closing. They said he told them he was in town for a job and they said that job was to kill a girl. The card joe allegedly wrote his phone number on for. Chris was presented at trial to prove that joe was there with them the native the murder and at this point. We don't really question that they were all there together but what happened while they were there is what we wonder about by trial three months after the murder some details of what they remembered changed from what they'd set in their initial statements and then a bit more change between those statements. The time they took the stand six months after that rose initially said joe was in white pants and a white track jacket by trial. The pants were black. Rose also said that. The knife that joe showed them was definitely not a pocket knife. She said it was an eight inch knife in a sheath by trial it was a pocket knife. We tried to find rose on our first trip because we had many questions about her statement. We wanted to know why it changed and also about something. She told police in her tape statement. Because i'm scared for my life. Because chris campbell for me if i said anything he met me. And that's why i've been scared. His oliver nagai as race. People do things when they're scared. Like sometimes people lie and we wondered. was it possible. She lied

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"three years ago" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:46 min | 2 months ago

"three years ago" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

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"three years ago" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

01:34 min | 3 months ago

"three years ago" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Determined. Three years ago, an engineering firm recommended a series of structural repairs. All five victims of a hot air balloon crash in New Mexico have been identified. All were residents of Albuquerque. Yesterday's crash occurred when the balloon ran into power lines. The multi colored balloon skirt at the top of the power lines, sending at least one line dangling and knocking out power to thousands of homes. The gondola then crashed to the ground. The balloon envelope floated away, eventually landing on a residential rooftop faxes Paul Stevens, a surge in violent crime has President Biden renewing calls for more gun control measures, including a ban on assault weapons. Republicans argue it's the vilification of law enforcement officers that's led to the spike. I agree with Joe Biden, Senator Biden in 2000 and two wrote an op ed, he said more cops. Clearly means less crime. You will not hear Joe Biden say that today because today, Joe Biden is being held hostage in the White House by the squad and the Radicals and the Democrat Party who control their party. Congressman Jim Banks on Fox News Sunday. America's listening to Fox News Hey, it's Fred Larson, inviting you to download and listen to the new daily Fox on tech podcasts. There is part of a colorful late nineties iMac on Mars. It's an idea that seems a lot like Kickstarter called Building. This isn't the first time we've heard about North Korea hackers trying to get a leg up on Covid 19, a range that.

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"three years ago" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

06:06 min | 4 months ago

"three years ago" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Bridges, ports, airports, waterways, broadband, the things that make a difference in people's lives and will help get this economy moving forward. Wyoming Senator John Barrasso has also suggested that untapped covert relief funds could be used. The White House says Not much of that funding is available to be repurposed. A separate bipartisan effort is underway in Congress passing infrastructure plans through committees, But Democrats could also try to pass the president's proposal without Republican support. So, for now, nothing's a sure thing. And the question remains. Why is it so hard to pass an infrastructure bill, I think is a big piece of infrastructure that people just don't grasp because it just doesn't get that much attention. Which is that infrastructure is slow. Mick Mulvaney had several roles in the Trump administration, including Budget chief and acting White House chief of staff He's now a founder of Exodus Capital. And if you spend money today On a road or a bridge. It could be a 10 years before that rotor bridge gets built on gets really hard to sort of put into terms in politics is dangerous, for example, in some ways to do it, infrastructure Bill Because you get up and beat your chest after its side and say, Look what we did we? No, we fixed infrastructure. And then three years on, you know, families just a waiting in traffic to go to the grocery store and now angry that politician President Obama had a little bit of this trouble during the recovery act back after the last of the financial crisis. There's another aspect to by the way. The reason it takes along is the other reason it's hard to do, which is that the environmental regulation is so heavy on dust so burdensome on on the deals that that's what slows things down. The Democrats are not willing to change that. They simply cannot go to their environmental base. And there's a large portion of the Democratic Party that would be would be pro environment. We used to call them three others and so forth. I say, Look, we have to build these roads faster, so we're gonna change these these environmental regulations. That's never going to happen. If the Democrats have been willing to do that to three years ago, we could have had a two or $3 trillion construction of the president Trump. But the Democrats will never interested in making it easier to build those roads and those bridges. That's not a great answer to your question. But it's one of those subtleties that thinks Think gets lost in Washington, D C. One of the reasons that have instructions just that hard to do Well. Now we have the bite administration trying to broaden the definition definition of infrastructure, talking about things like human infrastructure and child care and elder care facilities and this sort of thing, but Who's really under more pressure in this situation is something else. I'm wondering because it could look bad for both sides in the upcoming midterms if no infrastructure improvements are past, But if there's no bipartisan deal Democrats may decide to go it alone, which is rescue as well. I think what you're going to see now is that they're going to try to do something bipartisan. I don't think that's going to get done The pressure. The answer. Your question, Who is the pressure on the pressure is always on the party in charge because it's not enough people take civics anymore to where they understand the legislative If you're in the White House, you could do stuff for a few. Nancy Pelosi. You can do stuff you control the Senate. You could do stuff and it's just that's not how Washington works. So the pressure is clearly on the Democrats this time around, just as it was on us last time. Do I think both. Parties get blamed for if you go into the election, Not really. I don't think people vote based upon infrastructure. I think they might vote people out who say they were gonna do something but didn't But if it falls apart entirely, I don't really think it changes the outcome of anybody's election. This administration has already broadened the definition of bipartisanship. Essentially by saying, You know, it's really support from the American people that they're talking about. Is that already coming back to bite this president, though, in terms of trying to get things done. You know, you make a great point, by the way about expanding the definition of what infrastructure means expanding the definition of what bipartisan means. I don't think people buy that. I really don't for the people who vote centrist. Whose swing back and forth between the Republican Party, the Democrat Party between Trump and buying, for example, those folks want to see get stuff done. Folks for hard Republicans or Democrats are probably more ideologically driven. This lump of voters in the center that everybody fights over Who does want to see something Get done. Perhaps probably doesn't doesn't buy this whole idea of, you know if it's by partners, and if enough people support it. Bipartisanship is bipartisanship. Most folks know what that means. Coming out of the pandemic. The job market is in a strange place. Millions of people still unemployed, but business is having trouble hiring. The administration insists it's issues like child care and health concerns. Lingering that are big factor and not The extra unemployment benefits from the federal government. What's your take on that? Let's find out. I mean, that's the beauty of the American system, right? Is that a governor in our governor in our state? For example, South Carolina looked at our hand over here found that we have 80,000 unfilled. Jobs in the state. He thinks in many in our state support this opinion that the hands to benefits are contributing to that It's making it less likely for people to want to go back to work. And if he's right, then we can prove that he's right. If he's wrong, then will be proven that he's wrong. If Illinois wants to extend their their their enhanced benefits, California wants to extend the enhanced benefits. Under the theory that that's the best way back to prosperity. They can try that. And if they're right, everybody will see it. If they're wrong, everybody will see it. So we do have a chance to go on, you know, let the states sort of experiment and see who's right. I happen to think that government master And the other Republican governors who are ending the extended benefits are correct. That if you make a is not just making more money by staying home if you make enough money by staying home that it sort of becomes really difficult to go to work. I was talking to a friend of mine the other day says..

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"three years ago" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:05 min | 4 months ago

"three years ago" Discussed on 710 WOR

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"three years ago" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:17 min | 8 months ago

"three years ago" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To be used for someone's castle. I asked her if she wasn't afraid. Given the heavy police presence. They can't put everybody in jail. So there are many people on. I don't think that we have enough jails to put everyone in there. But even as we were talking, there were arrests of protesters, including Navalny's wife, Yuliya. The protests were to be across the country, Lucy and what's the turnout? Been like another places. Scott has just been incredible, really a wave of protests rolling across Russia's vastness today, beginning In the Pacific port of Vladivostok, seven time zones away from Moscow and then just sweeping across the rest of the country, including many smaller provincial cities. What's important to note here is that Navalny is the first real national opposition leader. Three years ago, he was barred from running for president against Vladimir Putin. But what he did succeed in doing was opening campaign offices across the country. He traveled too far flung cities, and he really behaved like a real national politician. His following is national and people follow him on Social media. Well, and that brings up Tic Tac because today's actions were promoted on Tic Tac is that turned out more young people? Absolutely. Tic Tac has played a huge role because of The Balinese following among young people, he speaks their language. He knows their means. And he's constantly putting out new content on social media. Even from jail. His team is working. The video that his team released this week on Putin's alleged secret palace has been viewed more than 60 million times since Tuesday on YouTube, tic TAC and other social media. We're told by authorities to take down content calling on young people to attend these illegal rallies, but That doesn't seem to have had much effect and may have given the protests even more publicity. NPR's Lucian Kim in Moscow Thanks so much. Thank you, Scott. You're listening.

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"three years ago" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"three years ago" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"three years ago" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"three years ago" Discussed on KOMO

"Crash in Highway three. Heading north found your old Clifton Road northeast old Clifton Road. They're the right lane there blocked due to that collision. Our next report is a 1 50 for Kevin Smith come about traffic. Temperatures today only getting to the mid to upper sixties thanks to all that smoking that marine layer that's out there still working on that, But it's kind of gray and murky and most place and has certainly smell the smoke in the air. Bad air quality. You want to stay inside today, one more day before we really start cleaning out the air on Monday and Tuesday in the comer of the cinema turns on the news. Start your engines and they're off back to a r auto expert. Nick Miles. This is Kamo news. All right, welcome back to the show. We're gonna pick up where we left off. Lost Erin, By the way, if you want to hear the whole show our auto expert dot com try and push their entire fleet Electric eventually. Well, so what They really said back there when I was three years ago was that every new old new vehicle family that will be announced by 2019 and onwards. We have a leak. One electrified variant That's pretty low girdle. That means anything from a mild hyper enough. But the reality is that almost everything that they come out. We'll have all sorts of powertrains versions from a mild, hyper into a plug in hybrid to an all electric and then, of course, we've got the pole star brand, which effectively owned by the same people as a Volvo. And under the skin. They're all the same. But post are building forward will be strictly all electric will be no high grade. No miles high break, no plucking, hyper go anything other than pure electrical and forward to the pole Star brand so global will offer a version of the stain. So, for example, this new X 40 compact SUV is really the same car under the skin. Asked the pole star to pull start to get a slightly different tuning. So do you have more horsepower, and it'll be a little more fans here, But at the end of the day, we're talking about his interest in the same vehicle under the skin, and you'll see a lot more that there will be coming out over the next handful of years without leaving one new all electric model every single year. All right. It's finally talk about my favorite subject. Tesler disastrous July. Tesla's seems to recover in August somewhat, and that seems to be mainly thanks to Germany. That's right. So we just got the most of the numbers from the European markets where the governments are very good at reporting monthly sales, and after her, really, really, or several months, A pretty in the entire year is horrible for Tesla in Europe in July was the worst month of them all. They find the universe on rebound, and we saw it in Germany there sold over 2700 units of the model three there, for example, in a couple of other countries. Most notably the Netherlands and Switzerland to have a spare strong sales for being the Middle Month reporter as you may or may not know the test, bloodstains in Europe tend to be so heavily geared to the last month of the quarters, so we would expect such strong numbers for September. But it turns out that little bit stronger than expected. And, of course, if they all they did was pull cells away from September to August. Well, then it's the end of the day when the final verdict of the quarter will have been rendered. That won't be quite as impressive, but for now, anyway, there ahead of what we expected them to be just a few short weeks. Does the future look bright for Tesler? Or is it still a little in question? Well, Castle searchable felons units as long as they can lower their Francis because Tess lads in winning at every step of the way to sacrifice profit margins in favor of meeting a higher units Sales goals. And almost every quarter. They tend to have more than one significant price cuts on one model or the other brothers from our last model ex Model three of the model I So they keep lowering their prices in order to remove the sales. And I would expect that to happen here yet again very, very soon, and then lower prices they can. They can sell more units just like any other product in society. But strangely enough they have they have not seemed Tio make a profit yet, which to me with the yellow? Your price of the unit have made a profit. That may be a topic for another time. It's always amazing to have you on the show, Anton Aunt. Congratulations. By the way, Anton is going to be moving to Puerto Rico, which I think in the future, which is really exciting. And now I have a place to vacation, which is going to be even more exciting. You can read the majority of his stuff at the street. Or seeking Alfa. He's an independent analyst and tone woman read his stuff. It will educate you stand by. We're gonna talk luxury British luxury next Keep listening. Nick Miles are auto expert is moments away on common news. 1000 and 97 7 joined parents and experts and understood.

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"three years ago" Discussed on Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

11:35 min | 2 years ago

"three years ago" Discussed on Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

"Looking at you and there was one who was missing a foot and I feel like it's so prophetic like you're gonna be here. It's going to be hard but look at me. I'm making it and you're GONNA make too. I agree I so I so agree with what you're saying and it's interesting because that little banana seats with banana. Keep Bird and every day I saw him and it was. I appreciate it as a moment in nature and then I also really after the fact. I think you're so right. It was prophetic. A friend of mine read my book and she does ceramics and she actually made me a little banana. Keep Bird because it just thought that was such a moment in the book and I feel grateful that she did that. I wonder if birds are signs for you. Now when you see one that reminds you of that bird do you. Do you think of think of him or her. I absolutely do because it is pretty small. It looks kind of like a chicken in the United States. If you've seen it chickeny And so you know you can look up your spirit animal native American Lore and things like that and mine is actually a woodpecker and so I think maybe birds are some kind of connection to a very peaceful with them and I love it. Yeah whenever you're going to we're going to have to keep in touch when it comes to you you have to let let me know and let my we have a believers in signs group on facebook so you have to let us now. 'cause THAT'S A. I think it's definitely a fine for you. I think I will definitely join the and everyone. No it's it's just so positive I They're to me. They're assigned a positive energy and world and I feel like I am still here on the planet to be a representative of positive energy to just put positive energy out into the world and help other people recognize that they have positive energy to put out in the world to I love it. I love your your message. Because as Taipei people disruption is not typically welcomed that all I got firsthand but you had to embrace it and you learn so much from embracing it so if you could talk about all that you learned about the power of disruption which is a great title thank you very much. I learned five. Probably five things that have really stuck with me throughout this whole process and one of them is to trust your tribe. Every one of us has a tribe of family of loved ones of people that we have yet to meet and much wider circle. That will actually will never meet. Who are connected to ones that we know and all of them show up unannounced right when we need them and we just have to be willing to allow them to show up and allow them to offer their help support and positive energy on our behalf. It is not was not easy for me to always receive that I was used to being a giver and when I didn't have a choice but to receive it I was overwhelmed in the best way possible by mine tribe resident. Yes that's such a good lesson. My husband always. He always is telling me that I won't ask people for like I'm happy to help them. Happy to give but I can never ask people for our favorite so hard for me and he always reminds me to let people help. It's such a good lesson you and I are cut from the same cloth from the same cloth The second lesson for me. I mentioned actually a little earlier. I had to surrender to silence. I I literally the most powerful thing that I did to regain control over. My situation was to be quiet and the act of being quiet actually took the most control. So I'm not normally quiet as I said before. And being able to relax and quiet was very restorative for me in really. I felt like it gave me a chance to reconnect with myself. Because when there's this thing about when you are your own company you can't really run away so that was. It was really important for me to recognize in silence that I had to be present with myself and not fake. That not. Put that as a checklist item okay. Now's my time to do. This now is my time to do this. I just needed to be part of the world. The third one is live in the now so I'm a person who has always been able to cite every sing on her outlook calendar readings at a time and wile those tendencies are still present. Because I like to be organized. What I have recognized is that I was so busy being in every scheduled moment that I didn't actually appreciate to the degree that I should have all of the moments that were taking place and I just think that's really powerful and and probably one of the most important things because life life does not revolve around great moments right life revolves around the moments that catch US unaware. Those are actually. Wow Yeah it's so true so alike. Have everything planned out. And then I have to remember to take a moment. Appreciate grateful for those funny unexpected moments of Joy. I completely agree and enjoy. I think is is a key. Word there. I've often been in conversation with people where I was in conversation with them but actually thinking to whatever was coming up next and I really try hard not to do that anymore because everybody WanNa make sure that we're connecting yes. It's great the other two are let the universe have your back so we talked a little bit a little while ago. I just had to trust. I did not have a choice I would have died. I mean in medical care. We had no idea what was going to happen next. And we just had to trust that the universe had our back and that we were going to be taken care of in the right way and that we would be able to move forward no matter what happened and that that's important you know. Let the universe have your back. It's not just that the universe has your back which is critical right. We have to recognize that moved but to actually let the university that we had to let people help us. We had to let the storm that was taking place. Be Part of our life because it cleared out a lot of junk that really wasn't necessary for us and and we could move onto the next best thing. Yeah then the last one going back to what you said about joy celebrating those moments of joy. I think that we all have to be brave enough to actually go for our joy. easier said than done right. I think it is. I think it goes back to the idea that we talked about earlier. About self worth and we're believing that we are enough. It's difficult to be joyful. If we don't believe that we're we're we're supposed to be or doing something that we're supposed to be doing and I have as most people do. I feel joy on behalf of other people all the time and I love to celebrate what brings them joy but sometimes I would put that second for myself and I would put my own joy at the expense of others and what I've come to appreciate. Is that going for for my joy recognizing and celebrating. It is not an act of arrogance. It's not a negative self indulgent type moment it's self-indulgence of the highest order. Because when I am joyful or joy filled I can put that out into the world in a way that has no end. Yes you're putting out good energy that other people catch you're doing you're not being selfish. You're actually being quite quite magnanimous. Is that the word by being joyful reporting airports good energy everywhere no I want I think so too and I want to be really clear here because there is a a switch that gets turned on and and life is. You Know Sunshine and rainbows. Life is life is hard. We have enough to do while. We're here we? We will run into problems and we will have to overcome great obstacles that we won't understand. We won't like that will be painful. That will be uncomfortable. That's okay it's that isn't going to change those disruptions. The catastrophes of life will never go away but when we recognize that we already have within us what we need to navigate through them to get over those hurdles to move from here to there. We've already one and we've already taken a giant step forward in figuring out what's going to happen next perfect mom so glad that you're healthy and you're here in that year is spreading this message. Your work wasn't done in and I I think it's it's divine that you were selected to deliver this message brought. This had to happen the way it happens so that you could learn this lesson and help others. Thank you for saying that I. So I'm so appreciative of the opportunity to have conversations like this one and two to share to Sarah. My message of You. You can't there is power in disruption and you can't get through that and I so appreciate your support and doing that. Thank you for of course thank you and you're so generous. You're going to give away five copies of your book physical copies or the kindle version. Either one okay. Very generous people just have to go to your facebook page and comment on the relevant post the giveaway posts. So if you could tell everyone where to find you on all social media at Susan Cross writer perfect in that on facebook and are you on instagram. Yes I am same thing at Susan. Cross writer w our. It are perfect and your website. Is Susan Dash Cross Dot Com right? Yes it is perfect so I will put all of this in the show notes and I can't thank you enough. Thank you so much for having this conversation with me. I've really enjoyed getting to know you too. Thank you so much for listening to science from the other side you can find me firm lerone on all social media at Fern Rene R. O. N. A. Y. A. Love hearing from you and I love hearing your stories of signs and if you would like to hear more episodes of this show please be sure to subscribe in Apple podcasts. Thank you again and sweet dreams..

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"three years ago" Discussed on Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"three years ago" Discussed on Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

"The timing of their future has been determined because of illness and they really want to better understand what that what that next part of their life may be. And that's just something that I think helps to bring that long after you got back to the states. It was a very long recovery. Right it was. It took a couple of months for me to feel physically able. I was restricted Medically but from going back to work and I came home and I really couldn't see anybody except my husband and the children and their spouses for about two weeks and then after that I let other people come in but I was home for a couple of months recovering and regaining my strength and also just my I needed my brain to reconnect with my body and my spirit's reconnect with both. This was just such a dramatic and traumatic experience for me and so I had to simplify completely simplify. I couldn't I really couldn't watch TV. I couldn't read. I couldn't really focus for a long time and so I spent a lot of time outside. It was winter but it happened to be a very mild winter at that time and so I was able to get outside and I was able to. Just sit in in quiet. I slept a lot. And just let myself be be part of the energy of the world without trying to control it too much not being able to read or watch. Tv. I'm like what do you do to just skip visit? Riches so hard for Taipei people like us with your thoughts into just hear nothing but the leaves in the in the sounds around you. I try to do that as often as possible. I know it's a form of meditation. And you know it's very important but to do it for so long must have been really hard. I it was very it was it was very hard. I and I don't want to mislead you into thinking that I never watch television or watch. A movie can occasionally I? I had those moments where I could concentrate on a silly movie or something that would just kind of take my mind off and it was an opportunity for shared experience with others who wanted to participate in my healing right. We might watch something on pay per view or whatever but I really had a hard time concentrating for the most part it was just really just just being and very hard and it was. I was lucky because my husband and I spent a lot of time talking and that helped to be gone through so much together and we just had to process this. Yeah you just him so you describe yourself as type it you said it's good that it happened to you because you were in that environment was it was like kind of noisy. He wouldn't have been such a great patient there. Is that what you were saying? Oh he would. He would not have been a a patient with that he is He is a fantastic man. He's not a great patient on his none day in the United States but in that situation in that situation where there's just so much noise and chaos and all around you all the time and you know the checking every twenty seconds to make sure your vital signs are good and all these things and he has one who just needs. When he's sick he just needs to be by HIMSELF THAN THAN TO RECOVER. And that just that would've been very difficult for me. Would I think he would have gotten through it but it just would have been very difficult for him and and I think it would have been harder. Perhaps than it was for me was hard enough for me. Yeah it sounds like there were so many angels along the way the nurse who voted with you at the Cuban doctors the nurse who realized that Antibiotics Day. You're having that reaction to it. There were so many angels. It seemed like they were and and John had some angels as well everywhere we were in. Dominika they were angels because we remember we were staying on the other side of the island and so he packed up his stuff. The host where we were staying contacted a friend of his in a hotel it was a scuba diving camp if you will hotel facility lodge and they had a room and snowy made arrangements for John to be closer to me as a hospital so if you could go back and forth everyday he we were able to keep our car longer. The airlines had absolutely no problem with any of the changes that we needed to make because our travel switched we were just touched everywhere along the way it was just amazing and John and I both are so grateful that so many people offered gifts I one of. I have to tell you a quick story. One of the women who was next to me was from a very big family six kids. She was the youngest and her brothers. She was. She had to get a plate in her arm because it had broken and needed to heal differently and her brothers were working in the city and they came and visited her every day and they noticed that John was not there all the time with me because he was making arrangements on stuff over from the other side of the island or whatever and they one of her brothers asked me if he could pray with me which I thought was very kind and then secondly he said. Would you like me to stay until your husband gets back? You don't have to be by yourself sweet. I know it was wonderful and I was so overwhelmed by that and then I got up to use the restroom one day and I slid my feet into my my sandals but I didn't have them on fully and I'm shuffling across the floor to the bathroom and one of the other ladies in the word stopped me and made me fix my shoes. I wouldn't trip while I was walking to the restroom. I'd be little things like that. And those are absolute angel moments no question whatsoever. Absolutely you mentioned the person who was in charge of your where you were staying. Rv You mentioned as as you were so grateful for him. He was fantastic because he helped us understand what we needed to do to get medical care on the island. He made it easy for us. We we literally. We were staying in a rented House on his property and he literally let us just leave everything there and until John could get back and clean it up an extra day. We rented a car through him. He let us keep that for a week. Help us find a lot of things on the island that we needed in order to be there a week longer than we had attended and he was it was fantastic and he was. He was kind and he was knowledgeable because he was a Property proprietor a hotel proprietor. And and he knew what we needed to know in order to stay on the island longer and even when John was staying in the hotel near where the hospital was. The Second Hotel stayed at the owners of that hotel new our story because I had told them the story and so when John Checked in they put him in a first floor around because they said when I got out of the hospital they knew I would probably need to stay for a couple of days before we could figure out how we're getting back to the US and they didn't want me to have to go on the stairs. I mean it kind of is amazing. That is so sweet. The other thing that scares me about your book was the days before while you were enjoying this beautiful island. There were birds that kind of kept flying toward you and.

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"three years ago" Discussed on Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

16:53 min | 2 years ago

"three years ago" Discussed on Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

"You from your perspective. You woke up in the morning. And did you know you recall being embraced by a white light that you that you came that close and you know what's interesting about that yes. I was embraced by the White Light. What happened actually. The white light for me took place before I knew that I was going to be that close to dying and I didn't understand what the connection was when I was having convulsions and my husband and I were Sitting on the bed talking about whether or not to go to the clinic and what we needed to organize to do that. And all the logistics involved with that. I'm sitting there having a conversation with him and then I all of a sudden felt like I was looking at the two of US having the conversation together and I was still present in the conversation with him and he was talking to me and I was talking to him and from his perspective there was not a break in our communication with each other but then there was a moment there where I literally left that space and I was in this amazingly peaceful. Calm beautiful white light. It was like being embraced Like you see a parent and a child and that just pure of love and energy and I didn't hurt anymore for that moment and I didn't feel scared at all and I didn't question that I was there and I didn't feel pulled toward a particular direction a light or dark or anything like that. I definitely heard of voice communication to me. That said I wasn't going to die. Yeah we'RE NOT GONNA die and it's not your time and and the other message. I got while I was part of that too was You are enough. Yeah the you are enough. This is so interesting because I think that the root of everyone's problem in the world that they are trying to prove something. They don't think they're angry because they don't love themselves. They're they Hurt others because they're hurting. And if we all just got that message it's one thing to receive it but then to to truly believe it in your subconscious I it would be more peaceful place but at the end that's amazing. That's one of the messages you got. I love that I loved it too and I really needed to hear that and Iraq and profoundly as I did and then all of a sudden I rejoined the conversation with John Normal from his perspective. We never were having a conversation. I and I didn't understand that you're not gonNA die part because I didn't at that point no and till I woke up the next day the doctor said I was in a lot of pain and I thought this is not your average appendicitis kind of thing and the doctor said to me. Well actually let me tell you. And he gave me and the nurse gave me the rundown on what had happened. And it was in that moment that it just everything just lined up and my Gosh Not GonNa die. Have to tell you that my cousin actually died of Sepsis at twenty one years old. She went into the hospital in New Jersey for a kidney infection and she was there for several days and she should have been in. Icu She wasn't and a her hands and feet were smelling. She was she was kind of. She didn't look well but you know she wasn't an ICU. She's a young healthy woman. No one thought anything of it and then in the middle of the night my aunt and uncle out the call in she passed from Sepsis so horrific and it could happen. It could happen to young healthy people and that. What's so scary? Is that not that you know? Being in another country means that they have less. You know less than medical care but dominica sounds like such a remote island that if they didn't have the care in New Jersey a high end hospital. I would be so concerned that you had sepsis in this very remote island that would they have things to treat you exactly? Well I can tell you for sure that my husband and my son and my daughter were a lot more worried about that than I was. I was so sick and then I didn't have a choice but to surrender to the care that I received and I received excellent. Excellent by your and parts of it did not look like it would have looked had. I been cared for in the United States. But I it just looks different in an open air award those The door was part glass. Part Steel Part Plywood. Those are not the typical things that you see in the United States but they were amazing. They were thorough and they were obsessed with making sure that my health and the health of other ladies in the ward was taken care of and I had an allergic reaction To one of the antibiotics that I was on. Oh my God yes and that happened a few days that was building over a few days and actually a first year nurse. Oh she was a certified. Rn that this was her first year as a as a practitioner is the one who caught it overnight. She was watching me overnight and she's the one that realized what was going on so I hung and I was. Yeah it was I. I was so fortunate and I. I'm very careful as you were in describing the medical treatment between Dominika and the United States to to not disrespect that at all three. It just didn't look like what it would have looked like in the United States. A and I'm I'm so sorry for for your loss and then profound impact that that's had on you and on your family I can. I was so worried during my experience. About how my family was feeling my two kids and my husband said they were they were. I have a great family. And they were rocks in the moment. it's been really interesting the first time that the kids saw me after. I got back to the United States and my mother and my sisters and my brother. I mean my brothers. My extended family. Everyone had touched me. They they wanted to hug me. Which is a hugging family. We do that but they just they wanted to. They kept touching my arm or put their around the touching. It was as if they just wanted to make sure I was still really here. And even to this day. They greet me differently. They just the hugs have always been hugs but they're just a little bit tighter and they're a little more with a little more feeling. I would say that I feel very lucky that that I am alive to be able to experience that in a different life. Yes so what was the week like after it was Suffice it to say that. It's probably better that. I'm the one that had this than my husband. Because the Lord he is fantastic and he was just a Rockstar and completely my heroes. Who This whole thing. But he needs a lot more quiet environment when he is sick and recovering as I said. I'm from a big noisy family and I'm used to having to tune out a lot of background noise. I could barely move but I knew and the doctor had told me that one of the best things when you are recovering from surgery as long as you are cleared and physically able is to move so he told me that I should try and get up out of bed and walk around as much as possible and within reason. Now let's let's put the let's set the stage for this so my entire abdomen is stitched together and I can still not stand up so they had to cut through all of my abdominal muscles to get what they needed to to remove ruptured appendix as well as clean out all the infection and so I was laying down in the fetal position off it because it was more comfortable and I felt like I could instinctively protect my abdomen better and so I had to. It was like a gymnastics seat for you know like I was some kind of You know Circus performer to try and roll myself over in that and push myself up and get out of bed without using my abdominal muscle. Which is very hard. I have to say well I I They gave me a pill an extra pillow. And I use. I use it as reverse pressure so I would use that to gently press against my abdomen is supporting abdomen. If you well I was trying to get out of bed and then I would just have to sit up for a little while and get my bearings and then I would stand up. I had an IV in me. So I had an IV pole man. Be Think about how your you use your abdomen a lot when you walk right. It supports your body so I basically shuffling along and it would. I could only walk for about five minutes at a time and it took me. I may be was going like ten steps. It was just very very painful but I knew I had to do it. And so every hour I tried to get up and walk around a little bit. I usually I was holding onto the IV pull. I had to hold onto a nurse the first couple of days. I had to hold onto someone else's well My husband when he was there or a nurse Because I was on study and then imagine that trying to use the bathroom. And you're trying to lower yourself and raise yourself sitting on a toilet and it was really hard and but I but I was just so focused on. I have to be part of my own recovery here and I have to stay do what I can to make sure that my body's working right that I was my it was hard and physically. I got in trouble for walking too much. But but you know what and I respected what she was doing too much to to argue with her and then but I will also say probably the hardest thing for me in the recovery physically. It took a while to get my strength back and all of that but the mental and spiritual part were the hardest for me. I couldn't So so this was dramatic and it was a trauma and I couldn't. I was forgetting words so again you introduce me as a PR person. So I use a lot of words my business is words and I was really having trouble completing a sentence is if my brain has a thought my mouth said the words but not all the words were coming out and I would lose my way in conversations with people and I would have a hard time staying focused because my body was so intent on healing that I think it was just not paying attention to the things that weren't essential in order for my body here and and that was hard. That would be very hard for me. Um frustrated it was I just kinda stopped talking for a while. I just I could. And then I couldn't hexed. I I. I finally did send a text to the kids because I knew that they needed to hear from me but they my family was a buffer to the rest of the family and to our friends and all of our colleagues back here in the states who wanted to help and many offered to come down and wellness which we declined. That would not have that would've actually caused more. And then I just I. It was as if it it was hard about. It was that I had to. I'm used to being in control of a lot of things up. April's personality type than I had to really surrender that because there was nothing that I could do. I was sick and I needed help. I couldn't help myself and if I had not. I have to tell you if I hadn't received that message of you're not GonNa die and you are enough. I think I would've fought surrendering a little bit more than I did. Oh wow you need to hear that I did and and to just trust that people. Ask Me you know. Didn't you question asked me if I questioned when I got that message if it was real or not and that if that experience was real or not I have had many people. Ask Me that and I never did I never have ever questioned messages or moments that company and I've never had one quite as blatant and clear that but I've never had message questioned. Coincidences what some would call coincidence. Or moments of deja Vu or moments where I just have that complete feeling of I'm in the right place at the right time and I just need to be present. Now yes it's so. Funny that you mention deja Vu because my my husband got it last night at dinner and and we had this conversation about it. My brother's a doctor. Actually and he explained that physically it. It means the the thought went to the memory part of your brain so instead of the processing part of your brain to it. Felt like a memory but spiritually. It means you're exactly where you should be and that you mentioned deja-vu because whenever I get it I'm like okay I'm on. I'm on the right path from learning concern that so for for your listeners who have not experienced had an out of body experience like I did or who may not be sure that they are receiving messages From somewhere else that feeling that you had with Asia Vu. And you're saying I'm I'm where I'm supposed to be there is a little bit for me as peacefulness that comes in that moment. It's just kind of like a nice deep breath that's as close as I can say that it feels to what I experienced. But you have to put that on. Steroids. Because it's so much bigger but if I had to say to someone who has not had an out of body experience the way that I experienced it the closest that it comes that To An experience most people have had. Is that deja Vu moment. Where there's just a a piece that comes over you and stillness at just feels like a breath of fresh air. Yes that's a great waited described it because when you have deja Vu. You can't deny what you just fell. You can't deny that it just felt like a memory. I don't know why like I've been here before. And so you can't deny what you do you describe on steroids that feeling that moment and what you heard you. There's no denying it. That's a great note. Oh what I'm glad I had. I've had people ask me about this and I have friends who are going through treatment for cancer and other illnesses. Who who wants really WANNA know what? It feels like their future..

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"three years ago" Discussed on Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

11:48 min | 2 years ago

"three years ago" Discussed on Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

"Two kids never predicted that this could happen and In three years only three years later you have a book out it. You must write very quickly I I didn't almost die and it took me three years to write my second book so it to get my second book out into the world so I am so impressed and I can't wait to hear more about your story but do you ever think like wow. That was not that long ago. I do in fact every year on the day that I almost died. I have renamed that Life Day and so I definitely celebrate it every year January thirtieth every year. It seems like a short period of time that it also like it was a long time ago because it lives such a profound impact on me and I have looked at the world differently. Since it's amazing when something like that happens it's it. Feels like such a part of your history that it almost feels like. It should have been a long time ago. It does and that's a really good way to say that and I have to be honest with you. Dramatic things like that typically did not happen to me in my life no. It wasn't as if I was predicting that this would take place or waiting for the next thing to happen. It came out of the blue for me and left a lasting impression. I am forever changed and I call this sometimes. My show stopping moment point in time where everything just stopped these thing in the way that I knew it and started living in a different way and I love it so that day life day. Do you remember it where you were what you were doing? I remember every vivid detail about it and when I even now when I go back and read parts of my book or this conversation when I tell the story I feel like I'm right back in in that moment experiencing it exactly the way that I did except that. I don't have all the pain that I had at that time right so where were you? What were you doing? Well as you said my husband John and I were on vacation we had spent a little over a week on the beautiful island of Dominika. It was fantastic. It's not highly commercialized. We did a lot of hiking snorkeling just enjoying a really great time and two days before we were supposed to head back to the United States. I got sick and looking back on it. I was tired for most of the vacation. But I thought that was due to coming off of a very hectic and crazy work schedule and thought oh just kind of winding down and and that's taking an effect on me but now that I look at it and after talking with Dr and everything. I believe that I was headed down. The sickness passed earlier than I realized two days before. We were scheduled to come back. I was so sick actually that we had to go to a clinic local clinic. I couldn't get out of bed. I was I had a fever. I had convulsions which I never had before. Yes and so. I've never had convulsions. Before and my teeth were chattering so hard that I thought they were going to just burst right out of my mouth and I was trying to talk to. My husband was checking on me while I was sleeping or trying to sleep and recover right since I just wanted to get healthy enough to get on the plane to come back to the US. And I started talking by voice. Sounds like this because my teeth chattering so hard and made this. Yeah it was it was. He was actually in that moment. More scared than I was terrified. I mean he's looking at me. We don't know what's going on the host of the property where we were saying said that the clinic down the road about a mile down the road was open that day and suggested that we go to the clinic for help and so we did. I could barely stand up my my abdomen and my back were just so painful. It was as if somebody took my insides. And we're twisting them and trending and twisting and twisting and not letting go and we got into the clinic and the first thing that I saw when we got into. The procedure room was a lizard on one of the chairs. Oh my goodness oh I thought speaking okay. This is not gonNA be your typical American medical experience. And you know that's okay right point. I just wanted somebody to help me feel better. And they were not able to. They stabilized me briefly but they weren't able to diagnose what was taking place so they gave me an IV and stabilized me briefly and then. I had convulsions again and I don't know I don't want to be so graphic that it puts off your listeners but suffice it to say that it was like a horror movie because the IV came out. And I wouldn't literally shaking and they said you know what you need to go to the hospital. And so they Put me in an ambulance. Which was basically A van with the light on it in a very nice driver and took me in our across the island on a very wind -I treacherous mountain road and your husband was giving. He was not they. Send a nurse with me. That's amazing nurses in the clinic and they were able to get a blood sample so that they didn't have to wait time getting that at the hospital. The nurse wrote in ambulance and there were. There was no equipment in the ambulance other than the oxygen and she's just sat there watching me to make sure that I was Okay my load in our car and they were. Nice enough to put me. I'm very tall. And so they put me in headfirst so my feet were facing the back of the van and I could look out the window the whole ride and see my husband's face driving and that was real. It was that was helpful and and I got to the hospital and they diagnosed appendicitis. Wow I could symptoms of appendicitis because I always thought it was just the pain in that particular part of your abdomen. Well what I learned after the fact was that appendicitis has a lot of different symptoms. I'm not a medical professional but I've learned that it can't be paying in the back and that the pain is always localized to the lower right side. Which is what most of the think was across my whole abdomen and my lower back and again. I'm not a medical expert. But what I've learned is that it can manifest that way and in my case it definitely did and they looked at the blood work but they also did an ultrasound and it was wonderful because to Cuban doctors actually did the ultrasound and they're speaking Spanish to each other and then I said I almost came off the table while they were doing the ultrasound. 'cause they were being very gentle but I was just in so much pain and I kind of gasped out. And and one of the doctors said Americano because they didn't realize at that point that I was American and he looked at me and he said I'm so glad we're allowed to like each other. Now you know an even laying there i. I was just grateful that he could add a little bit of humor. And then you you know. It was wonderful when Reagan got shot and he was in the hospital and they assured him we're all Republicans today. Exactly right I think he's. He's Saito his wife honey. I forgot to duck or something like that and it was just those moments of humor in the midst of chaos like that are are so important and then it just it just made me feel more human but true And they diagnosed so his colleague diagnosed appendicitis and she at that point did not say there was anything more than appendicitis and they brought me for surgery and they put me in the women's ward so I became bed number three in twenty-six bad women's ward which was open air no air conditioning the Caribbean and no air conditioning. End Up the beds. Were very close together. If my neighbors I would have reached out our arms. We could have touched. We could have held hands and they brought me there and then wheeled me into the operating room which was in another building and then my husband had to wait outside the operating room building or the operating building on a la Di on a bench and he was the only one out there. This was around. Eleven o'clock at night is very late and the next thing I knew they were putting me under and then I didn't. I went blank until the next day when I woke up and they told me that I had almost died. And because what actually happened was that my appendix had ruptured. My entire body was septic and I was ludicrously within hours of dying. Had I not had the surgery at the time that I did? We probably would not be having this conversation. Wow Oh i. don't I try so hard now not to take anything for granted. Now as I had such a close call and I was so my poor husband is sitting out there and they had originally said the surgery will be forty five minutes. We'll keep her overnight. Possibly two you'll be able to leave and go back to the states. So he's sitting out there and forty five minutes go by no word another forty five minutes go by so we're now an hour and a half into a forty five minute procedure. No word and he's getting nervous and later. I saw the texts that he was sharing with our two adult. Children are daughter who is a businesswoman in Chicago? And our son who at that time was finishing his clinical rotation as a physician assistant medically he understood. Exactly what we hang on. And I saw the texts afterwards and They're getting nervous and frantic because no word and then John said that the doctors came out and their entire demeanor was very different than when he had met them. Initially before I went into the operating room he said it was all business and they were very serious and he actually thought for a moment that I had died and so serious. They told him very quickly. They told him that I was okay. The first thing they said was that I was fine and that I had come through the operation okay but that there had been complications because my appendix had ruptured and then gave him very graphic details about the infection and being septic and How close I came with everything and that I was going to have to stay in the hospital at least a week until I was stable enough by their judgment to be released to fly back to the United States..

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"three years ago" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"three years ago" Discussed on KCRW

"Three years ago a warehouse fire killed dozens of people in Oakland the building was home to an artist collective known as the ghost ship two men were each charged with thirty six counts of involuntary manslaughter yesterday a jury acquitted one of the men and failed to come to a decision on the other here's Jeremy Siegel from our member station KQED it was during a late night party and concert when the fire ripped through the ghost ship many of the victims were artists in the incident highlighted the bay area's sky rocketing rental prices in the precarious circumstances it forces on some residents prosecutors argued that the building was illegally converted into an unsafe living space and master tenant Derek al mana and Max Harris who's been described as the go ships creative director acted negligently the defense argued that their clients were scapegoats for the city of Oakland which they say it didn't enforce building and safety regulations they also suggested the possibility of arson after months of testimony and arguments jurors acquitted Heris of all charges I was always under the belief that Max Harris was innocent and I did what I had to do to get him home defense attorney Curtis Briggs says he's relieved but he and Harris don't want to lose sight of the victim our hearts are with those families and everybody's been victimized by this tragedy for al mana who held the lease on the building jurors were hung with ten voting to convict into saying he's not guilty I've been here like almost every day for over five minutes for the jury to come back but this. it's frustrating merry Vago lost her twenty two year old son Alex in the fire and safety things both Harris and all manner should have been found guilty everybody's don't think. I lost my son. and this is what happened. I am not happy Alameda county chief assistant district attorney Kevin Dunleavy says his office respects the decision of the.

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"three years ago" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"three years ago" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"three years ago" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

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02:03 min | 2 years ago

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"three years ago" Discussed on Kickass News

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04:11 min | 3 years ago

"three years ago" Discussed on Kickass News

"Our profile just became. Came a gigantic dinosaur imprint. Yeah. And who who knew who would have ever guessed? And so it became the most significant assignment I've ever I ever had. Yeah. I have to say when the higher ups at CVS broach the subject of retirement with you, they didn't just show you the door is sounds like they did it in a very classy respectful way time to kind of step aside and Sean ni- were in collaboration about that. And so we collectively decided that my final year will be twenty sixteen and it was the right time share with the I I said, some guy on the radio station in the SEC by three years ago, I don't want to stay too long. I want to go out with the not having made a grievous mistakes. And not having lost my enthusiasm and he very warmly. But sarcastically said buddy, that ship has sailed. And I got the point, but but they informed me I didn't get input into into the decision, but I desperately wanted to be someone who was accomplished and in Brad Ness, or they got the right guy. He and Gary had worked together before I've known Brad since the early eighties when he was the radio announcer for the Atlanta Falcons, so absolutely right choice. And they gave you a hell of a sendoff that last season didn't they? It was. It was just amazing. Started with Texas am and UCLA and Kevin, someone called me in into the meeting room adjacent to his office, and all of a sudden I'm giving a pair of cowboy boots and jersey number twelve. Well, if you have any awareness of the traditions of Texas AM. You know the significance of the number twelve in the twelve man. So that was the start of it. And then it just seemed to pick up momentum every week. And I was just floored with the with the accolades and the and the friendship of the gestures of kindness by every school in the SEC and also army navy was from for me, it was a great way to go out. Oh, yeah, for sure. Well, you know, you've made so many iconic calls over the years when you run into fans in the streets or out and about, is there one particular call of yours that they love to shout out it? Yeah. Well, I, yeah, they're really to. I remain difference with Pat Haden who was broad scholar USC quarterback Rams quarterback later, became the FAA directorate directories all matter and is also parenthetically now a member to Gusta national. But but Pat called me once he said, I want you to know what's going on every time we play golf and there's a force him that. And he said every time anybody sinks putt outside of twelve feet immediately the whole group would go, yes, sir. And then of course any ball now it's the you in your life of you ever seen anybody like that. I, yeah, I and I always take those spirit of gratitude. Well, uncle Vern. The book was just terrific. Once more. It's called play by play calling the wildest games in sports from SEC football to college basketball, the masters and more Verne Lundquist. Thanks so much for talking with me. It's been a pleasure. And please tell your dad Hilo. I sure will. Okay. Thanks again to.

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"three years ago" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"three years ago" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"Listen, we hardly ever have amount of the feminists tonight. We've had two little testes. So tell us tell us tell us tell us because you briefly introduce yourself. If you're listening at home, Alex's, just put a probe on the table. He's put on very beach, decorated top hat and a paper wing, that's the way describe it. So could you just introduce yourself how screen I'm here today actually talk about the black cap, which is a really famous. I make quick anew incomes in town at on. If any of you know it. And three years ago it was. It was closed, sudden layby, agreed property developer, not because he was not successful or popular venue, just simply because they wanted to turn it into luxury flats. We'll come back to that. So yeah, we're hits talk about really about times in the flag weeping that three years. I'm only twenty five. Man? Yeah, nice thing induced inside kind of bring my entertainment stuff outside the problem. What we do is out there every week doing vigils we call them protests because we'll trouble but vigil protest. So we have lots of hats like this and then every couple months we'll do a really big shell out because ultimately, if we're gonna do outside, so yeah, so that's what we do. We've kept the place a lot. We full of three developers is, you know, it's just sitting there. That's the terrifying. I've been Camden for years and the black cat was just these calm of Camden. It was sort of. It wasn't just a gay space. It was a quiz space was flamboyant had drags. It was like these fabulous really of beacon of queer in the middle of Camden high straight, and it got shut down so they can turn it into luxury flats. I often say to Thome one day, we will get a letter from the council saying residents of Camden U2. being turned into luxury. It's really expect one day I will have to be a luxury funded. It's extraordinary breed, what's happening and it's really deadly. Hate Hawford who will be hearing from later said, yeah, well, they wanted to turn the black cap into their plan was luxury flats upstairs and a straight bar in the bottom. And I said, yucky, yeah. Low enough, although a straight bound, the Balsam doesn't sound. With straight from the ball. I don't know about Amy. Tell us about you. Hello? I'm Amy Roberts and I from the friends of the joint arms, which is a campaign to save the us arms and he's London, and I'm not sure if anyone knows that. As as may have been, but you can never remember. But. Went to applies, and I came out of applies, but the name has really was the join us was a long join join us. So similarly to the Cup, it was closed three and a half years ago. When surprise surprise developer bought the pipe. It was late license, queer venue or the pibe from the brewery. And very quickly told the landlord was the legendary David Pollard who sadly passed away. They wouldn't be renewing his license. So at the beginning of twenty fifteen close the stores and they remained closed, but they were original plan was again surprised they wanted to into a block of luxuries LA. Exactly. Yeah, actually flats, which basically money boxes in the sky masquerade in his homes. I mean, like we've had a very successful campaign and back in October last year we successfully squash that original plans. They now have to mixed use development. They with enforced into. Include in a pub in development where you're on food for the first time in history, as part of a plan in protection and now has to be the next twenty five years has to be operated as analogy Tico. Sommese. We like as allies. We've been involved with community for very long time, but I'm sure they'll be listeners that might not have been involved in the queue community. What do these kind of places main to your community? Because also it's a different time now, but what did it mean twenty years ago thirty years ago when there was a very different politics are another. One of the things I always say about about Cup company. If you've never been, it was a shame, hopefully will again is it was a place that our community could meet allies on our own tubs. And we got this argument clients the well. Now we'd all equal. We can go into a new poll, would be legal, throw you out..

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"three years ago" Discussed on Full Court Press

Full Court Press

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"three years ago" Discussed on Full Court Press

"Well let's say if he's not doing well he's not productive in his first rotational floor just sit on the rest of the game and then apart from the match up with a really gifted often so center like in be the whiteside sitting makes his teams likelihood better well we have two more teams milwaukee the one question i have is can they play a different scheme on defense with the opportunity to game plan for a single opponent their defense is trash we talked about across the league the whole gambling risk taking trapping trying to produce turnovers they just results giving up more corner threes than the other twenty nine thousand nine combined to see psych points but i was having this conversation with with christy day because he was ripping on joe print who's the interim coach and i was like i have no idea i'll go to the coachie as he inherited a horrible situation and he's been around the league and like a lot of associate head coaching jobs on frontiers brigade resume but he hasn't i i'm with chris doesn't isn't blown one away milwaukee and they'll put the thing i'll say is that there have been at least two examples last years of teams getting about fifteen games of the season going holy crap are defenses screwed we've got a completely radar defense doc rivers did it three years ago with the clippers and luton and holds did it two years ago with lanta but they both did it in december and nba coaches have a belief that once you get to january you're stuck with a defense you're running you can't really remake it and the reason is is that with you decide to swap out your whole different scheme meant season you're gonna suck for like two weeks and you hopefully could find a two weeks where you play two games one week in threes where you expose us few games as possible the basically wants to get to about mid january there's not enough season left to get their roi on you're you'll get the benefit from thirty games a fifty five games of where if you do it early and so i do wonder though in a postseason setting candy completely radio or scheme on defense because that's they don't they are screwed the team's going to hit twenty corner three pointers a game and then again we've seen.

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