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Biden Falsely Claims All Segregations Were Republicans
"And listened to Joe Biden's speech in Georgia, the devil went down to Georgia and it was Biden railing about segregation. He's railing about the specter of segregationist George Wallace, the originator of the notorious phrase segregation now segregation tomorrow, segregation forever. And Biden left the clear impression that these segregationists could all be found in the Republican Party and his idea was let's not continue this horrible Republican tradition of segregation. A Biden didn't say all that, but he implied it. And he did name specifically the segregationist and he named Wallace, in particular, but what he didn't tell you is that the segregationists were his buddies. Biden earlier boasted that earlier in his career boasted that he knows these guys, they were great guys. He worked with them. He found common cause with them. They actually regarded him as as a kind of protege. So interestingly, all of this has now become a race, not just with Biden himself doing it, but with the media sort of colluding in it. And what Biden also didn't tell you is that the segregationists were Democrats, and this goes all the way back to the aftermath of the Civil War, the very people. The Brennan center has put out a long list of civil rights bills that were blocked by segregationists, but again, the Brennan center that's left wing organization doesn't tell you that those segregationists were Democrats. They were Democrats to the core. There's virtually one or two examples of a segregationist Democrat who became a Republican Strom Thurmond is an example of one who did, but when Thurman became a Republican he wasn't promoting segregation at all. Now what about George Wallace? Well, George Wallace was a Democrat. He was a segregationist. He briefed the left the Democratic Party to run as an independent, he thought it might be a better way for him to try to get to the presidency. But when that failed, interestingly he didn't become a Republican. He became he went right back to the Democratic Party. He stayed a Democrat until his death. So this is the point that you get the false teaching here and the false implication from the left that these segregationists became Republicans, and the fact of the matter is the vast vast majority of them stayed loyal Democrats right into the graves.
"thurmond" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"West hal greer willis reed butcher havlicek. Sam jones nate thurmond billy cunningham and so that group you can see a lot of why they they got there not just individual excellence but all of those guys except for elgin baylor had championships retired and so championships figure really a lot. In this i looked at also in the top fifty the fifty th anniversary list. Only nine guys made that who did not win rings and that was a baylor. Nate thurmond. pete. Muravich dave being george urban. Charles patrick ewing stockton malone Only one mvp only one guy who had won mvp during the first fifty years didn't make the top fifty. That was bob. Mce do so. Mvp feels like an almost automatic election. Unless you're bob mcadoo. So let's get to bob mcadoo for a second because one of the guys one of the guys on wrestling wrestling with. Yeah he got. He got snubbed. In one thousand nine hundred ninety six my good friend mark stein has never forgiven you in the rest of that voting panel for i leaving off one of his his childhood heroes. And there's a really strong case can do to make it. But that's now you're adding training mat. Mcadoo ended twenty five guys from the new era and not selling. Knock off too many guys. Did you let me just ask in general again. Without giving away your your seventy five ballot regrets misgivings looking back about who got left off for all. I know you might have voted for. Mcadoo had been outvoted in nineteen ninety-six but between mcadoo and adrian dantley dominique Those are three guys that were considered snubs back than dominique. In particular and a lot of people i think are trying to find ways now to get dominique on the seventy five team. We're the guys that you thought. That were legitimately snubbed. And when i say legitimately snubbed. I mean it's not just the usual complaint but like this was a mistake these guys should have been on yeah dominate and it's interesting what's ninety said howard because we're we all try to get rid of and i think in general one of the things that were try one of the few things we do pretty well is vote on these things. We take it very seriously every year. There's an mvp boat. Oh you're just like him because he you know. We tried to get rid of stuff and we call up other people and we try to do that correctly. Because it seems it seems important however comma as we had these little things inside of us that talked to us and they are a little as prejudices. I'm not even gonna call. That likes dislikes. And i hear bob mcadoo whispering tiny and for me dominique when i was covering bolivia i just loved the i just..
"thurmond" Discussed on The Happy Warrior Podcast
"Hello guys we are back. I just want to say that I absolutely Adore Amy Conybeare it is the closest thing in my mind to the ideal nominee for the supreme court. A Donald Trump just announced today that she is officially the nominee for the Supreme Court This is a quite a contentious issue As you know, a Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away last week she was eighty seven. It was a little bit surprised because our BG had been fighting illnesses and stuff since two thousand nine when it was announced, you have pancreatic cancer and she had gone. Through several bouts of cancer and people thought that she might just keep chugging on forever I joke. But it's sometimes it felt that way to me when it was announced last week the she had finally passed away. It was I don't know of shocks the right word but it definitely, you know the first thing came to mind was like, Oh, great. Just what we need just just throw some gasoline on the fire on the country just the unrest that we've been facing ad in the death of a beloved Progressive Supreme, Court Justice and all heck could break loose. So to those who loved our bg you know I I really do not like our bg be as a jurist I did not care for her decision. She didn't seem to have much care for the constitution. She viewed her all Supreme Court justices away to. Expand her view of progressivism on feminism and so from that I mean there's a time they got her on camera talking to. One summer between sessions talking to these the screen university group and the her so. Ruth Bader GINSBURG. If you had remake constitution today, what constitution would you like to look to and she said, she look towards the South African constitution. So she was not someone that had like a super love and affinity for the United States Constitution and what we would refer to as originalism but you know her death is a sad thing. We don't want anyone to suffer She know her legendary relationship with just a skill leeann particular. Justices always had nice things to say about her. She was an inspiration to a lot of people. So her passing is hard on a lot of people of course then there began a crazy fight. Put out by the media that. President Donald Trump should not nominee anyone because this would be breaking the promises of Republicans back in the twenty sixteen fight. To replace the Sif Scalia when President Obama put forth Merrick Garland he nominated Merrick Garland and hypocrites on all sides of this issue but. It basically boils down to this, and this is my view as I see is the constitution says president nominate someone and the Senate then advises in consents and that's it. That's all there is. There was something called the Thurmond rule which wasn't ever in rural, but basically said when President in a Senate if they are on the last term of the president's. If the par if the person occupying the White House, the is different than they will not even bother to nominate anyone. Now the Thurman Rule was established after Strom Thurmond? It was this idea that if we're going to put someone forth for all this terrible fight Ville go through. We are just not going to waste our time putting forth someone that's not GonNa get in the Thurman rule was never about waiting until after the. Election because it's going to be someone different it why it was about protecting people who are going to be nominate..
"thurmond" Discussed on WTOP
"Into Columbia new trouble reported to be on twenty nine northbound has sounded like a tortoise just arrived on the ramp to westbound one seventy five one broken down at a gas along the right side on the ramp from twenty nine north to west on one seventy five up in Frederick County Thurmond fifteen north as you head up between lower road and warned or frauds we got word of debris in the roadway state highway crews were sent there to look for to seventies good Frederick south toward the lane divided north and south bound for that matter we're quite between the Belize on ninety five in the Baltimore Washington parkway there's work in the district north west New York Avenue between third street tellin first St left lane blocked both ways I believe metropolitan police are on scene if not D. dot constitution Avenue and fourteenth street northwest lights they're flashing red in all directions so please treat that as a four way stop tidal basin closures remain in effect freeway both directions the ramp to U. S. park police closed westbound freeway leading third street tunnel that ran to main Avenue also blocked independence Avenue is closed between Ohio driving fourteen again this is all the tidal basin closures that we had an issue in Woodbridge earlier unclear if it's been rectified route one down at the intersection with Mary's way Mount Pleasant drive those lights have been dark so unclear police are directing hopefully signal shoppers there and trying to effect repairs ninety five three ninety five sixty six moving well sixty six headed west leaving about way out near fifty Fairfax that long term work is indeed blocking a left lane that's going to be in place twenty four seven heads up on the rails reports from mark brands retain eight seventy eight running about fifteen to twenty minutes behind due to prior unscheduled speed restrictions **** business is the trusted experts for all things business technology with.
Mediterranean Diet 101
"So the Mediterranean diet is a way of eating based on the traditional cuisine of countries bordering the Mediterranean. A really originalist. Et Miss Way from around the nine hundred sixty s replicating their diets. These countries include Spain. Italy Greece southern Franz amongst a few others and although there is no strict definition of the Mediterranean Diet and there's no way to follow it because there are many different countries around the Mediterranean Sea. And obviously people have different foods. They eat in these areas. It really revolves around eating a high level or vegetables. Fruits whole grains nuts seeds and olive oil researchers have noted that people following these diets were very healthy when compared to Americans and they had a lower risk of many lifestyle diseases the fundamentals of the Mediterranean Diet than the consumption of vegetables whole grains and healthy fats which we talked about limiting your intake and red meat's having a moderate intake of poultry. Dairy your fish or eggs. Both a heavier focus really on seafood on poetry and considering the Mediterranean lifestyle. Not folks food elements necessarily. It's being physically active eating your friends and family and enjoying the glass of red wine. So what should you be looking to avoid if you want to fully eating patterns of these Mediterranean? Well you should be looking to avoid processed meats which we've also had leopard on so check back to that as well you want to avoid added sugars in your sodas for example you want to avoid transfats again. We've done an episode on this so such for the database and file trans fats episodes to find out more about that. You should limit you'll refined oils like your soybean oil and canola oil folks more olive oil. You should be wary of a lot of low fat products because these often have added sugars in to substitute a taste to be cautious of this and avoid refined grains like white bread and white pasta but put it into context to make it more visual vivid view. Want my day of eating look like when following a Mediterranean eating pattern lifestyle so it might be X. on toast with Avocado for breakfast. You might have something like Chemo with Bell. Peppers olives and sun dried tomatoes for lunch and for dinner. You could have something like a white fish with some sort of Greens like Kale or Aruba tomorrow. Yeah this is just an idea also chef by any means but I'm sure you've come a lot. That's a combination. Make Ready Flavor. Some helps you get a bachelor idea and if that sounds good to you then obviously Mediterranean. Diet might be something that you consider giving up those foods been for the canal. Royals the and sugars. It could be a lifestyle that better suits you. It's not too restrictive as not eating a certain time when it's not saying completely scrapped out of products for example Vegan Diet. It is more flexible than than certain diets out there. So now we've established What sorts of foods to avoid into eat and Dale Day meal plan might look like let's look at the health benefits and hopefully what from what I've already said? You should be able to understand that cutting out most junk. You're more likely to be taking in less calories unless of course rating series volumes your by following Mediterranean lifestyle. You're eating a balanced diet guessing in your vitamins and minerals from your daily routine badge on your avoiding as I said. Eating too many calories in excess. What else is that? What the study was published in England Journal of Medicine which they run them on trial of the Mediterranean diets for primary prevention of cardiovascular events. So this study. Run the assigned participants who at high cardiovascular risk with no cardiovascular disease at enrollment to one or three diets that was the Mediterranean Diet supplemented with extra virgin olive oil. The Mediterranean diet supplements mixed nuts or control diet slaver alleviated by Was to reduce dietary fats and the study had a total of seven thousand. Four hundred forty seven people in it and it found among persons at high cardiovascular risk a Mediterranean diet supplements extra-virgin Virgin Olive oil or nuts reduce the incidence of media cardiovascular events rather than the advice just reduced dietary fat of course as we always say more studies are necessary to determine whether lifestyle factors such as more physical activity or extended support systems are partly responsible for the lower incidence of heart disease and meditating countries than the US but there again are more health benefits. The relationship between the Mediterranean diets and sleep in older adults has also been examined so a sample of one thousand six hundred eighty nine adults aged sixty five years above were tested based on a self report questionnaire when I changed looking at sleep. Duration Annesley quality on the research suggested the adhering to Mediterranean dollars can help improve swiftly quality in older adults but might not effectively quality in younger people as much. The Mediterranean Diet could also be useful for people trying to lose weight as I've touched thumb a systematic review of measuring dot for long term weight loss was conducted on compared the Mediterranean diet to a low fat diet a low carbohydrate Diet and the American Diabetes Association Diet and the Mediterranean Diet resulted in greater weight loss than the low fat diet at around four point in these study but produced similar weight loss as other comparative diets. But of course as I said if you don't want to lend you carve some full of a low carb diet but usually eats whole grains than the the Mediterranean diets may suits. You better really depends what works for you. You don't mind limiting what you what you. Thurmond focusing on but to me. It doesn't sound too restricted at. It's more as I said of a lifestyle. It's not just ate the food. Avoid these foods. It's about being physically active about being preached to give your food. It's about just eating. Organic healthy produce should help you make healthy lifestyle choices else As
"thurmond" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"It was all about raining grab his coat tailing has some if I come to Washington can I stop by CDC as mobile how old were you I was about twelve and a half at thirty thirty you took off for Washington at thirteen yes Maybank hired Bollman to sweep the capitol steps for two dollars a week he worked his way up maybe in the country's most powerful politicians and enjoying an insider view of Congress your part of this committee for five years everything that comes in everything that goes out into all of the business every senator and everything he was close with Titans of the hell like Jesse Helms and segregationist Strom Thurmond here is bringing in the cots when Thurman filibuster the nineteen fifty seven civil rights bill for twenty four hours straight we did a lot of things behind the scenes that no one is seen in this film mostly what seven noon with it don't do it all myself so you keep that to yourself by the mid sixties he was on the foreign relations committee where he mentored a young man from Arkansas bill Clinton was a messenger we have fallen and I felt like a complete idiot though typically used to build a set who's the residual constantly Hyman overactive push these up a little more these days Bowman prepares to room for committee hearings checking mine sometime I was escorting wetness and keeping time one senator Jim Risch starts now here so I know you're the chairman but who runs the committee he does clearly we all take orders from.
Rivals in Montreal's Bagel Wars unite to fight for their ovens
"I think of Montreal's I think of Bagels if you've ever been inside one of the city's iconic Bagel res I want you to close your eyes and think about it right now I bet you can smell it. Today's story though goes beyond the smells and tastes. The BAGEL is woven into the fabric of Montreal's cultural and religious history and to institutions institutions in particular at the heart of all of these family businesses make bagels in a way unique to the city. They're famous for it and they do it using huge wood burning ovens and they're located right in the middle of residential neighborhoods and in the era of environmental awareness mess. You might guess where this is going. Well it appears that bagels and pizza and barbecue. Chicken have been put on notice in Montreal. The city has plans to crack back down on wood ovens in restaurants in restaurants that use charcoal might be affected as well. The city of Montreal says it won't actually force in the ICONIC BAGEL institutions to shut down their ovens but they are going to prevent any new businesses from operating the same way and what the year long controversy over for the future of wood. Burning Ovens has forced us to grapple with is this. What is Montreal without Montreal bagels? How do certain types of foods come to define the city and what happens? When the way you make? Those foods becomes a hazard Jordan Heath Rawlings. This is the big story. Dan Baluyevsky is the New York. Times candidate correspondent based in Montreal. Aw Not far from the bakeries. Hey Dan good morning first of all I got to ask you because this is a question that will set up the rest of this interview. Are you a Fairmont Bagel guy or or a sandbox bagel Guy You're trying to get me deported from Montreal. I mean this is a religious question in the city so I'm not sure I can pray. Give my allegiance allegiance on plays but I can say that the key to winning my heart over a Bagel is serving me one hot right out of the oven and I think that wins the day when it it comes to be versus. So what happens when you start asking montrealers about bagels and you tell them. This is for the New York Times. Well Eagles on a culinary faultline and Montreal choosing between San Diego or or fairmount as choosing between you know the mets or the Yankees in New York City But in general montrealers are very proud of their bagels. It's one of the few things that Unites Quebecers so I think when the New York Times shows interest in bagels people are generally delighted by the global interest. One of the things you did that fascinated me. Because I've been to to both of these places and and did not quite assimilate the history is how far these two institutions go back. Can you sort of talk a little bit about the history of solutions. Sure one of the most fascinating things about this story was learning a history of both bagel places which are part of the social fabric of the city of it also part of the Jewish history of Montreal so fairmount Bagel which claims to be the oldest is owned by softened family and Orleans last Schaaf Min's uh-huh grandfather came over from Kiev in Nineteen nineteen originally had a Bagel stand in area of the city known as AL also Known as the main and it was a big place alleyway near Schwartz's and other iconic Jewish or Delhi and you know generations later three generations. Later Irwin now runs fairmount senior. which is a few blocks away in this hipster neighborhood? COBB called Mile. End was founded by Holocaust survivor and another colleague I believe in the nineteen fifties and I fifty seven and a young Italian immigrant. Boy Roy Called Joe Montana came to roll bagels when he was twelve years old. The Holocaust survivor became like a father to him and then eventually took over the business. So it's a wonderful kind of amylum of multicultural Montreal. Is there a rivalry between the two. It's sort of I think one of the funniest darkest comments someone made about my stories that it's not so much mets versus Yankees a Sunni versus Shia There amount or or or a sandwich or I mean. Obviously it's over the top analogy but yes. There's an incredible rivalry Both claim to be the oldest day. We'll play some Montreal Well same eater takes issue with the fact that fairmount says it's the oldest because fairmount was closed for a time as if that wasn't enough fairmount says it all biggles are perfectly symmetrical and the owner of San Diego says nonsense. All bagels are like snowflakes. Each one has a different shape and then turn Thurmond also has the bragging rights of saying that it's bagels. Were the first to go to outer space. Because the owner of FAIRMONT's cousin is a Canadian asteroid who took sixteen gene. Sesame seed Bagels to trash all space station several years ago so the rivalry is pretty intense but also cordial what is so special. So about Montreal bagels in particular like just as foodstuffs. What makes them different? You know I have to say Having lived in London Paris Brussels you stumble Prague Rock and massive Foodie. I mean there's this. This wonderful alchemy Montreal Bagel. That's hard to replicate anywhere else. In the world you know in particular compared to other bagels. Is London a Toronto The key to the Montreal Bagel is that it is boiled in honey infused water before being big and a wood burning oven and and you know it's just absolutely delicious heated. Hot Out of the bag and You know it's one of those beautiful Montreal moments can you put your finger on on any Taste or texture differences between the two Montreal Bakeries I think the main thing I've noticed is that the same bagels listen to have bigger holes than the fairmount Bagel bagels. Perhaps back or when Schloffmans claim that they're more symmetrical maybe they'll be more dainty looking the The semi ones look do. Look I guess if you use the snowflake analogy they all do seem to be a bit different looking and a bit. Bigger having a decent recent more girth but people have done blind taste tests and On able to distinguish between the two. We wanted to talk to you today because there's so much history and cultural significance here but there's also change coming. Potentially what is happening now to Bagels in Montreal. Well the UH link of the story was the fact that Neighbors of both David places and the hipster mile and neighbor the neighborhood near the plateau. Montreal are complaining about the pollution caused by the Wood Burning Evans which produce you know particularly which can lead to respiratory problems respiratory problems like asthma and produce pollutants like benzene. So neighbors are unhappy. Some neighbors are unhappy about the environmental implications of wood-burning Ivan's CD's considering a number of things one of which is passing you know a bylaw that would would force a wood burning oven businesses to install filters there's and so it's created this kind of Bagel battle or bigger war if you will between people who want to safeguard the lower and cultural bagel making and environmentalists who argue that the bagels come to press the environmental implications are too dire and that would bring up should be phased out. This is maybe a dumb. I'm question because there's there's only a few of these places do we have any actual evidence beyond anecdotal That these ovens are are causing harm. Yes I mean You know it all it all depends on the degree of harm but there is scientific evidence that you know these ovens do to produce particularly. It's that they do emit benzene and you know there's a real health and environmental hazards however one must calibrate that against other you know more egregious forums of pollution and climate change causing laurie trucks and advantages and excetera. So I guess everything is relative but now the CD itself has done. Yeah studies showing that the Devon's harmful what is this like as a political issue For the city given all the culture that we've just mentioned well I think it's a IT'S A. It's a very sensitive issue with the CD bagels in particular are so much a part of the Cultural Lor also The Portuguese immigrant community of Montreal before having rotisserie chicken places. A tiny community has pizzeria. So I mean it's not just the Bible so there's an economic point two eight. It
"thurmond" Discussed on KPCC
"Capital of South Carolina for funeral of massive proportions there's a horse drawn carriage that's gliding through the streets with the casket on the bath draped in American flag then the casket is brought in to a large church that's ornately decorated with flowers and wreaths one by one people step up to the microphone a man who understood the art of compromise but now that the sacrifice of principle and praise the man's life and accomplishments from early childhood until the day of his death his life was governed by a strong sense of responsibility to help his fellow man the man that they're there to eulogize senator Strom Thurmond the longest serving member in the history of the US Senate he was a noted segregationist in open races for much of his early career including his opposition to the early civil rights act in the nineteen sixties and his opposition to the desegregation of schools and so because of that history which made senator Thurman a controversial figure throughout his career it's a little surprising who comes to the microphone next to speak at his funeral Roman I shared a life in the Senate for over thirty years we shared a good life there it made a difference senator Joe Biden I disagree deeply was strong on the issue of civil rights in many other issues but I Y. sin change there's a.
"thurmond" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"We'll get to that a little bit. Okay so democrats are meeting in atlanta with officials from the democratic senatorial campaign committee and the d._n._c. <hes> these groups want to pick who the democrat democrat is going to be to run the isaac since they're really really concerned about a situation where the governor pick someone to replace johnny isakson soon that person is able to serve january to november build name i._d. As an as an actual senator raise money as an actual senator and then you have three thousand democrats who all wanna get advanced to show up and try to beat them and what happens is the democrats divide themselves up five ways to none and the republican incumbent senator is actually elected. They're deeply worried about that so what the national democrats want to do. Is they want to come down and they want to pick the winner in advance. Now i gotta tell you i am at least intellectually consistent on this. I think primaries do a good thing. I think primaries series forced candidates to do a better job. Take the sixth congressional district. There are a lot of people i know who are mad at me for backing karen handel again in the sixth congressional district considering. She lost against lucy and i get it. I do not think it was her fault. I think there were external factors at play. I think that the outside groups abandoned the ground game. <hes> the race was very close. She would've won. She was let down by outside groups. It was not her fault. She did everything she could in a waiver for the democrats and she lost and not by much. I say give it another another shot. She knows the district's knows the people she has the name i._d. Go fort. I understand that the people they're concerned the other side but <hes> i've had several friends ends of mind say you you know you should also if you're supporting karen you should be browbeating the other people and trying to get them out of the race and i have no intention of doing that and the reason i i have no intention of doing that is because i think a primary makes a stronger general election candidate. Now there are people who say well. They're gonna spend all their money in the primary and they're going to have done for the general i get that's a valid concern but i think it is far better to vet the candidates through a primary process than it is to have them run without a primary and essentially that's what the democrats want they do is they want to deny someone to clarify in process of a primary and thrust them into what is essentially a general election without having been vetted in excuses that while you're all going to be on the ballot together so what i think what will happen otherwise is let's. Let's be honest here. The democrats do not have strong bench right now. That's just the honest fact name measure with the exception of stacey abrahams name a major democrat in the state you there really aren't any there you can say michael thurmond who who is is how old and been wearing and done what for how long win john barrow same situation <hes> becoming rapidly perennial candidate who were the prominent democrats in the state eight of georgia there really aren't any. You're having to go down to people like jerry boston the d._a..
"thurmond" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Listen the Maryland town Thurmond remember keep track of all these towns and come October fourth we're going to pick the winner there were one hundred dollars worth of tickets to the horizon cinemas in this four of in the area okay Thurmond is today's also stuff to give away and I'm not sure how to do it because I have I have tickets to the W. W. E. or money have tickets to the Mayfair just give it away and in our part in antique show so it should we should have if I just take the van in the parking lot if it ever comes by you don't do that that's fine okay so after I get off the view out of just make sure nobody hits a because it was just re done does it keep you out of the building because it does come to the parking lot at the at the doubletree by Hilton in Pikesville and while supplies last after nine o'clock it's not a cockroach okay the comeback combined will give the stuff away okay all right also my featured attraction of the week and I haven't I do this once awhile I visited this week is the aviation museum at the Glenn L. Martin airport is fast and have you ever been there well yes years ago you have this place the actual real real planes on this flight models and replacements about sixteen of so and it's a there is a small fee but if it's worthwhile experience it's fun did you pay that fee when you visited I that's because can you on here moving right along with the nation's newest national park you know where it is it's the Indiana dunes in northern Indiana read the first our brand new park it overlooks Lake Michigan and also in the distance it is clear you can see Chicago well Jon Hamm well then manual Maranda from Hamilton Gene Simmons Billy crystal staying in Mr too you know what I'll have in common hello all celebrities yes and they're also the they taught school before they became famous school teachers okay let me see it would have or that for TV and would recommend a documentary it's real this is Joe Thomas all right credible very good story of Berry Gordy in a motel at the movie I would recommend the film loose L. 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E. with Octavia Spencer Naomi watts and Tim Roth playing at the Charles events this weekend and beyond the call of the state fair through Monday at the military grounds into about him the Maryland renaissance festival through October twentieth in Crownsville the Baltimore art into can really shows a mention of the convention center hundreds of exhibits for the US and abroad Baltimore comedy festival through Monday at various venues in go to Baltimore comedy festival that confirmation you ever you know if you remember this is a one time Pennsylvania Avenue was a close rival to Harlem when it came to music right and live shows well tonight tomorrow the Billy Holly arts a music festival with a parade films music and other events and Pennsylvania Avenue area move up must might know that Diana Ross played Billie Holiday in the nineteen seventy film lady sings the blues the Charles street twelve Saturday morning that's a walk from the kennel worth a shot we have to look as point can you imagine wow worth the Lucas point and four day trip there's longs park arts festival in Lancaster is voted by art fair my calendar as the top rated east coast our festival in twenty eighteen and go and go on a Arden purchase art can do that and that's this weekend out there like us with the top rated vessel is pretty good some of them are you actually rent or in Europe your house I rent art I don't answer that he was framed that's right there when I tell you that I grew up with my girlfriend I did too did you get there from what occurred the light stealing his roles XLT in the parking lot at nine o'clock nine o'clock for those prizes all right thank you Mr may call each other by our last names now again I say okay this all right alright I will hold that latter like Casey talk males right though because our goal of one traffic time and you know when your president is it gets really excited I get is only got thirty two minutes ago and he was you got it what time is it the time today by the way what time do we leave here one nine a one they're going to go there in time and I know three okay slash reports on a cell phone thank coming up next a former Carroll County commissioner Richard Ross Charles on what happened yesterday in Carroll County here with the latest his truck with the west side outer loop is still slow tried around I seventy at least the Frederick road the interloper still stop and go it's right around park ice Avenue green spring to the J. affects the northeast side that one slow pocket between Hartford road about telling the valley road on the outer loop J. faxes clear some slowing again at eight ninety five at the old harbor tunnel the northbound side of ninety five is slowing especially on the right side at the toll plaza at the fort McHenry tunnel I'm Chuck would occur when traffic it with the first talk radio six eighty WCBS after very nice crisp start to our Friday temperatures of one heat out we are headed up towards ninety with sunshine.
"thurmond" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Show he's mike wilson i'm andy dorf and so much to get into on the door fund sports weekend edition manny pacquiao does it again at forty taking nate thurmond out of his misery and giving him his first loss of his career edwards outlast dosa panels this guy shane lowery is killing the field at the open open championship will be holding up the claret jug i believe sill he's got like a five shot lead right now <hes> so much happening in the sports world kyle korver joining milwaukee bucks i told you there right back at it this next year don't don't worry about what everybody else is doing sometimes staying pat staying pretty close to what you were may be the best thing in world but a ton of things going on in the sports world got a welcome in tag-team partner and crime mike wilson good morning mike already buddy i'm doing really good i was wondering how long it was gonna take it a mention korver could when i saw that yesterday the house like as a great for them it is a good agreeing what it does is it continues that theme of having the spacing on the floor surrounding you honest with those shooters they've got two sets of brothers on their team with the honest and his brother the lopez brothers that's gotta be history right there i mean come on now this milwaukee bucks thing there's something real there's something special and trust me man they're gonna be right back at it next year i hear the music we gotta take a pause for the 'cause we're we're just getting loose getting warmed up we're gonna talk a lot about what's going on there at the open championship because no tiger no phil no rory we're not missing at least i'm not missing him but anyways we're just getting started he's mike wilson amador fit is the dwarf or foxsports weekend edition will be.
"thurmond" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Of the story about Johann, Omar the Minnesota congresswoman, the, the anti Semite who always taken the side of terrorists in congress is so it looks like she married her brother. But, but, but, but, but, but before you before you're thinking. Alabama joke. I'm not gonna make it all Bama Joe. I'm not gonna make it help you. But before you before you're thinking, like something, something, like inappropriate relationship wise. No, apparently, it was just trying to get around immigration law. Yes, it appear. So multiple news L is now picking this, I was not aware of the story, but some conservative outlets have been pounding the drum on this for a couple of years following her rise in Minnesota. So it does very much appear that her she. Married. Her brother than claim to file for divorce saying he disappeared. She didn't know anything about him where he was didn't know who his family was didn't know how to contact him. And yet based on all the descriptions, we know he matches the address of someone who lived at her home, growing up in so has a relationship with her sister and built the website for the whole, they get very, very bizarre. But if you'll recall she was found to file taxes, joint taxes, with someone who is not legally. Her husband at the time she was married to this guy, and that got reporters to digging, and it looks like there's something there, there. Now, I, I wanna tie together several stories here before we get into the student loan issue. Trust me here. I'm a professional I can tie these together. The number one is this story. So if you check out certain conservative media, let's going back to well before two thousand eighteen as she was charging her rise in Minnesota politics. Conservatives were writing about this issue that divorce documents appeared to show that the person she was married to his brother, it appeared that this was because of immigration rules are coming into the country. Try to make it easy for her to get citizenship into the United States and conservative rated this flag. The media now this week is treating it as new that largely because the newspapers in Minneapolis Saint Paul. Are writing about how she poor day crisis committee of people to intimidate journalists into writing about this order to, to intimidate them into a voiding writing about the story and suddenly, this is new to them. Now, the second story is Joe Biden and Joe Biden's history on race and cutting deals with segregationists in the Senate, and singing their praises including the praises of people like Strom Thurmond and others back in the day. The media treats all of this is new, this was all happening before two thousand eight when he ran for president this was all happening before he was the sitting vice president of the United States. And suddenly, it's new to the media. They're covering this as if they've never heard it before the third is the story of what's happening in the detention facilities along the southern border. These things go back decades. The in particular the video, as I mentioned this being Turkey located by journalists. The video is actually from a court case. Involving something that happened in two thousand fifteen with the Obama administration. All of these things are being treated as brand new to the American media. And the reason is because they're doing the bidding of progressives. They're not doing the bidding of the American people. They're not paying attention to stories that might harm Democrats. And so if you only pay attention to the to the mainstream media, you're only just now hearing about these stories, which is very, very interesting to me. But this goes now into a completely unrelated story, that is student loans..
Who pays for the tech to survive climate change?
"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by ultimate software dedicated to putting people first with innovative solutions for HR payroll and talent management. Learn more at ultimate software dot com. Ultimate software people first and by click share with click share, and you're meeting, you can share your screen instantly from any device, click share instantly projects any speakers laptop, tablet or phone onto a presentation screen. So everyone can work together. Share their ideas and create something great. That's the click share effect. Visit click share free trial dot com and learn more and sign up for your free trial. We're going to survive Lima change private money and entrepreneurs have to get game from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. We're continuing our new series on marketplace tech called how we survive about. How technology can help us adapt to climate change. And here's the thing about that. It's expensive the UN puts the total cost to society at fifty four trillion dollars at a minimum by the end of the century. So arguably what we need now is money to create innovative technologies to help survive. The worst effects of warming Jayco is managing director of the private equity firm light Smith group, a firm that's hoping to find an invest in some of those technologies, and he says there aren't many others like it. I think it's one of the earliest attempts to try to look at of teaching resilience as an investable opportunity. Most money so far has gone toward mitigation trying to reduce emissions and improve energy efficiency or toward recovering from disaster. And the bulk of that spending is driven by governments or nonprofits if you look at the global tracking of climate finance lists and five. Two six percent of all finance in the climate universe can be tributed what's called agitation or climate resilience. And so far the private sector has almost no skin in the game. But co says the need for funding is staggering three hundred billion dollars a year by twenty thirty in developing countries, alone and only growing so on the one hand private money is going to have to step in without being able to harness the flow of private capital from the private sector. We're going to face a much much more challenging experience with the effects of climate change flowing through over the next several decades and potentially the next several generations. And on the other hand, there is money to be made from companies that can come up with great solutions and scale them. Our rule is to find companies like that with great management teams already growing that can then be excel rated in their growth that will generate better returns for investors and also a better outcome for society. Okay. So but next question, what do you find co says he's looking at two possible catego-? Oris for investments, which he calls. Macgyver. Maclay? Macgyver used what he had to get out of jams. Looks like it might be Thurmond, Bob. So that's climate intelligence. Like, we talked about earlier this week or things like artificial intelligence for modeling risk to buildings and real estate. Then there's taking technology. We already have transferring it to different parts of the world, and scaling it. Up like, drip, irrigation or drought resistant seeds or cheap. Internet connected sensors for water metering but more available and cheaper. Now. Marnie MC fly from back to the future. Could use tools from you know, the future to change things. And so that means investing in entrepreneurs with crazy, moonshot ideas or materials, we haven't invented yet or just innovative ideas. I say distilling clean water from the air at any house or school or building anywhere on tomorrow show will look at a little macgyver and a little MC fly. And now for some related links. If you are not already you should totally subscribe to make me smart. The other marketplace podcast that I'm on with KAI Ryssdal. We did a crossover episode this week about climate adaptation with Solomon Hsiang, a professor of public policy at firstly who studies the economics of climate change adaptation, and in my opinion. It is a great episode. Jane brought up this really interesting idea of opportunity cost related to add up tation and resilience. He said that basically because of climate change the cost of just survival is getting higher, whether that's hardening infrastructure or disaster recovery or building new seawalls or AI sewer systems, and that leaves less money for other things in our society, like schools or firetrucks or the tech innovations that will need to make life easier or even possible over time other interesting reading on money and climate change last month to central. Bankers wrote an open letter about climate related financial risks. And how in fact climate change is a severe threat to the global economy. And I just learned there's a Sirius XM radio show called knowledge at Wharton, which probably also makes you pretty smart and on the most recent episode two professors from the university of economics and business talked about that letter and the potential economic impacts long term, and I really want this series to be focused on solutions in kind of a hopeful way. But in slightly bummer news earlier this week. It was confirmed that global carbon dioxide levels have hit their highest number in human history at four hundred fifteen parts per million. Scientists say that was probably last the case around three million years ago when sea levels were at least fifty or sixty feet higher and the Greenland and west Antarctic ice sheets. Probably did not exist so solutions, then I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN Patrick in Santa Cruz. 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"thurmond" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"And and I mean, come on. No, I I've seen too many things over the years. Great. They won the first game. Thank you. It's called a series. That would be spelled S E R I ES. It's a succession of games and the history teaches us that the dynamics of the playoffs never change that. There's a judgments and there's good gays and bit days. No. It was a good start. That's all a good start. Celtic fan should feel good. And I thought Brad Stevens hit it right on the head afterward. And he said, we know we we will have to be great Tuesday night. And we know that and I was the right thing to say though, Bob, I did not see in these playoffs and more surprising result than that one. And I didn't think there was a coaching strategy that could do that to onto. I didn't think they would succeed to that extent. Of course, not now last year we call now because he's better this year. But last year, they had a reasonable degree success as they beat Milwaukee and seven, and and they didn't know Horford Horford. Look, I reminded of when. Nate Thurmond was in his prime and someone wrote that when he came out to play against comedian Bill Jabbar. He brought his pro tractor and his in his, you know, and there's always equipment is mental equipment to to cut off angles and do stuff Al Horford may be the modern Nate Thurmond against the Colombo, but he alone can't do it. They had a great team effort. I expect the entered the Colombo the answer with a big game on Tuesday. But the Celtics are capable what we're seeing is what they are. Now who we thought they were they weren't all year. But they started to find themselves at the end of the year, you we can talk. If you wanna talk about why it was and what happened fine. But the fact is that the goal of every team in every sport is to be playing your best at the opportune moment when the playoffs come in. As it's exactly what they are doing it. Both ends of the floor. I don't want to talk about the wise. I wanna talk about your tweets. You have some splitting boon. Nine. He's my favorite follow odds. Witter act glow. Bob, Ryan or thirty nine eighty six. Roger Fleming case twenty Mariners. No need to elaborate elaborate Bob y'all elaborate..
Joe Biden, Donald Trump And Sherry Preston discussed on Noon Report with Rick Van Cise
"With Joe Biden's announcement that he's running for president comes very big questions about how his campaign will run. And how much the end a hill. Testimony will come back to bite him Biden was the Senate Judiciary chairman in nineteen Ninety-one. When Anita hill testified against Justice. Clarence Thomas supreme court nomination. ABC's political director reclined spoke about it with Sherry Preston. Taking a look at that. Now, it is. So disturbing to watch that to watch what happened during that? I mean, it really really was. It is uncomfortable questions that are asked or just completely inappropriate. You know, he might have tried to call an apologized, but one thing she said is until there's real progress and women can see there's real progress. Then we're not going to get anything done to me. It's a it's a lesson to the younger colleagues that this was a signal moment. This this shape degeneration of conversations the concept of sexual harassment really wasn't in the national conversation before the Nita hill hearings. And it is so long ago. Seeing Joe Biden there is the chairman of the judiciary committee next to Strom Thurmond next Ted Kennedy. This was the the reminds you that Joe Biden is old. He'd be the oldest man ever elected president. And he was a senior statesman then back in nineteen Ninety-one and his handling of that had repercussions. And it's real for people. Not just the need. But whole generation of women who came up after that. And and I think for for the vice president part of his calling card is going to be the the fact that he has his record of service, but it is going to be an obstacle as well, and he is going to have to look backward. Even as he tries look forward. And when you talk about that gender aside when you talk about the issue of Joe Biden and his age and younger Americans who say we are ready to move on. And there's others in the Democratic Party say look, our number one issue has to be defeating Donald Trump, and that's what Joe Biden made clear in that opening video that he had he was saying this is a seminal moment in our country. We need to make this decision. So it's like you have these questions. Do you? You know, push forward with things like Medicare for all the green new deal or do you go? We just got a win here. Democrat his focus on Charlottesville reminds a lot of Democrats even some independence and Republicans of what they don't like about President Trump. He didn't mention his rivals. He didn't really mention his own biography in his campaign launch. He's trying to make it about Trump about the general election to reform. Focus where the campaign conversation will be and look he enters is a front runner. He's particularly weak as a front runner may be weaker than anyone we've seen is a front runner in generations. But he's going to be a formidable presence. And I think he's going to start to shape a racist. So far has been
"thurmond" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Trump could add. Or more justices to this frame court. I mean, people are saying if this if this idea is really going to catch John. Hey, President Trump do it. Now, the Republicans are pushing them. I don't know. I mean, it's it's something that that officer has to go through congress. I don't think Nancy Pelosi would. Put this thing through eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred do you wanna have more justices or do you think nine is just a perfect number Daryl in California, Darryl? Hi, you're on the Tom Sullivan show. Thank you for taking my call. You bet. You know, they've been after top Donald Trump for two years. There's another angle nine is fine of a core. Term limits so pay what you can apply that. If you're talking about age, you know, they'll play at the Donald they'll stop Nancy Pelosi right there. How many people congress are over seventy? Oh, I see where you're going. So you want if we're going to have a a age limit on. On supreme court justices, and they're a co equal branch of government than why don't we have it for the executive and the legislative branches, right? Would that gentleman? Serail arms ninety six. Thurgood? Well, no, no, no. No. No. Yes. Strom Thurmond Strom Thurmond you're thinking about. Yes. Thank you. Thank you. Six I think he finally left. Well, there's been another one recently that decided not to run in eighteen and the reason he decided not to run. Everybody was being very polite about it. But he had no idea where he was or who he was. It was sad. He was. Center and he did not run in two thousand eighteen because of health problems. Well, it was because he didn't know he he had no idea who he was. So he was making voting on laws. Cripple. But your minds all there. That's one thing. But look what the Democrats are tomato wanna bring it up. But they did bring it up, but they dropped out. Ronald Reagan make decisions what he had Alzheimer's or did he have L hammers when he was making decisions. Well, I don't know if there's obviously Alzheimer's comes grows at a stage. But the the Burri the reporting is that he was of sound mind when he was in office, but he wrote that letter to was saying, I, you know, the goodbye letter saying I've been diagnosed with this. I think that was six seven years after he was out of the White House. So was there. Some impairment. I don't know. I don't know. However now. I take I wanted. My wife was diagnosed with Alzheimer's at forty eight. And when I look back. Yeah. When you get an early you an acceleration pathway fifty two, but I look back when they diagnosed her forty eight I look back. I wonder if she was having problems at forty six. But you don't think of it because she was so young and we all make mistakes. Forget all right. Well, you're gonna plan aches. I'm sorry. No. But that's the thing. I mean. Okay. Well, I can't find my keys where did I put my keys? That's not a sign of Alzheimer's. I know I know. But but. Whole thing. She did. And you know, when you look at the crazy thing Nancy Pelosi is now how about that it and we'll see what's in it. Well, no, it's it's it's actually worse than that. There have been reports from the media that that covers the capital that she stumbles and says things that don't make sense. And and so they're they're they're they're a lot of people are watching for a sign of dementia or Alzheimer's. But so far the woman seems to be doing fine. But there you can bet the media is is keeping both eyes on on all of these Steny Hoyer a year older than her so should there. I I like your like your point. Should there? Be a we have a minimum age twenty five for congress thirty-five for president. Why not a maximum age? Yes, sir. Thank you, Tom. Thank you, Daryl. I appreciate the call. I had a guy. Call the program. Couple years ago two or three years ago. He used to call not often enough to where I remembered him, especially because of the fact he was like fifty to fifty three and he said the last time I talked to him that he'd been diagnosed with Alzheimer's, and I would what are you joking with me or you pumpkin me. What are you should know? I'm serious. So I guess you can that. So there there goes what kind of.
"thurmond" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"So rather than drop good ad. Four more justices to this court. I mean, people are saying if this if this idea is really going to get John. Hey, President Trump do it. Now, the Republicans are pushing them. I don't know. I mean, it's it's something that I it has to go through congress. I don't think Nancy Pelosi would. Put this thing through eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred do you wanna have more justices or do you think nine just a perfect number Daryl in California, Darryl? Hi, you're on the Tom Sullivan show. Thank you for taking my call. You bet. You know, they've been after top Donald Trump for two years. Another angle nine is fine. Supreme court. Term limits so pay what you can apply that. If you're talking about age, you know, they'll play at the Donald l stop Nancy Pelosi right there. How many people in congress are over seventy? Oh, I see where you're going. So you want if we're going to have a a age limit on. On supreme court justices, and they're a co equal branch of government than why don't we have it for the executive and legislative branches, right? Oh was that gentleman? Searle arms ninety six. Yeah. Thurgood? Well, no, no. No. No, no. Yes. Strom Thurmond Strom Thurmond you're thinking about. Yes. Yeah. Thank you. Six I think he finally left. I mean. Yeah. Well, there's been another one recently that decided not to run in eighteen and the reason he decided not to run. Everybody was being very polite about it. But he had no idea where he was or who he was. It was sad. He was a Senator and he did not run in two thousand eighteen because of health problems. Well, it was because he didn't know he had he had no idea who he was. So he was making he was boating on laws. Wondering if you're a cripple, but your minds all there. That's one thing. But look what the Democrats are. They want wanna bring it up. But he did bring it up, but they dropped out. Ronald Reagan make decisions why he had L hammers. Or did he have L hammers when he was making decisions? Well, I don't know if there's obviously Alzheimer's comes grows at a stage. But the the bereaved the reporting is that he was of sound mind when he was in office, but he wrote that letter to was saying, I, you know, the good bye letter saying I've been diagnosed with this. I think that was six seven years after he was out of the White House. So was there. Some impairment. I don't know. I don't know why I take my wife was diagnosed with Alzheimer's at forty eight. And when I look back. Eight. Yeah. When you get an early an acceleration pathway of fifty two, but I look back when they diagnosed her forty eight I look back. I wonder if she was having problems at forty six. But you don't think of that because she was so young and we all make mistakes. Forget all right. Well, you're gonna plan eight. I'm sorry. No. But that's the thing. I mean. Okay. Well, I can't find my keys where did I put my keys? That's not a sign of Alzheimer's. I know I know. But but I I look back the whole thing she did. And then you look at the crazy thing Nancy Pelosi is now how 'bout that sign it? And we'll see what say, you know. Well, no, it's it's it's actually worse than that. There have been reports of from the media that that covers the the capital that she stumbles and says things that don't make sense. And so they're they're they're they're a lot of people are watching for a sign of dementia or Alzheimer's. But so far the woman seems to be doing fine. But there you can bet the media is keeping both eyes on on all of these Steny Hoyer is a year older than her. So should there. I I like your I like your point should there. Be a we have a minimum age twenty five for congress thirty-five for president. Why not a maximum age? Yes, sir. Thank you. Thank you, Daryl. I appreciate the call. Why had a guy call the program? Couple years ago two or three years ago. He used to call not often enough to where I remembered him, especially because of the fact he was like fifty two or fifty three. And he said the last time I talked to him that he'd been diagnosed with Alzheimer's. I what are you joking with me or you pumpkin me? What are you said? No, I'm serious. So I guess you can that. So there there goes what kind of.
"thurmond" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Welcome back. Everyone the dog show me we are here with Monica Layton, president of professional pet sitters, and you know, sometimes cats could little nervous when we have to take him to the vet and sometimes the actual trip to that could be even worse than the vets. Visit. So can you give us some tips on fair? Pre cat. Absolutely. So that's one thing that, you know, the veterinary hospital that I work for we really try to work on his peer free visits for our feline friends because one you want the visit to go well for the pet and the pet owner there's nothing worse than you know, how many bring your pet to the vet and having the visible horribly, and then as a pet owner, you feel bad that you put your cat through that. And you know, it's just not fun for anybody. And you want your pet to get regular exams and be seen so anything that can make that trip. A little easier is all the better for everybody involved. So as far as fear free visits. I always start with the number one thing at home is the carrier getting the pet too. They animal hospital. So keep in mind many vets do do house calls, but if they do not and you're bringing the pet in or maybe the pet sick. And in something that they can't do at home. Now, you're going to need to bring the pet in usually in a carrier. So I always suggest that, you know, leave the carrier out in a regular place on a regular visit a regular basis, if you can I always, you know, if it's one of the ones that are the hard plastic ones at the top sunscreen will all leave mine as a pet bed in the corner of one of the rooms that put blankets and stuff in there and little treats in there and leave it out all the time that way the pets used to sleeping with it. And the only thing that is changing is just the cover going on it when they need to travel, but it's a place that they're used to laying in and they feel comfortable and the other thing that I also suggest is they have peel away makes a product like a fair amount. Spray. I always spray the pet some blankets and stuff that are in their carrier. A least a half hour before you leave that'll help take some of the anxiety down as well. As long as you can get them to the office. Then when you get to the office a couple of things you can ask your veterinarian about is if they have feline friendly scheduling, for example, and our office will do blocks during the day, we'll have only feeling appointments that way they're not passing dogs coming in. And now other not hearing dogs barking in other rooms, and that helps you know with your feeling friends. So they're not getting a little anxious. Also, you know, an feeling from the exam room one that they can, you know, put their carrier in that has, you know, maybe Thurmond spray on the, you know, counter Manson, everything which we do at our office, you know, to help calm them down and make them little more ease. Also, you know, if you bring them in instead. Setting the carrier on the floor to where other pets could walk by it. You know, maybe having a bench high enough to where you can put them up at, you know, level with you that way they're not interacting with other pets are people walking by those are all things that can help alleviate the stress for that. Visit getting that pet in fast me are of course, you know, obviously helps the the amount of time that they're susceptible to interacting with other pets. They may not be happy about doing. And then, you know, once they're in there, you know, just going slow, and, you know, treats work to a certain extent. But oftentimes when they are a little anxious. They they don't want trees. They don't wanna eat. They just kinda wanna get done what they have to get down and go home. So, you know, really just going slow with the cat making them comfortable. Lots of padding. Lots of you know, safety feeling secure bringing your own blanket from home and many number. Wrap them up and that blanket, so they feel safe keeping the pet with you. Those are all things that kind of bring downing Sidoti of that visit with your cat. Another thing. Also is if those things alone don't do the job and the pet is still a little anxious. You know, talk to your event about, you know, prescriptions, or, you know, maybe trying some composure or some zucchini you some of the anti anxiety medications, you know, insert them a day or two before your visit in that way. The pets anxiety can come down even further for Monica. Thank you very much. And I think that that helped all our feline lovers out there. Get the visit to the vet safe armed comfortable's. Thank you. So very much. Thank you have a great day coming up summer's here and.
"thurmond" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"To the Doug DB show. We are here with Monica latent, president of professional pet sitters and. You know, sometimes cats little nervous when we have to take him to the vet and sometimes the actual trip to the vet could be even worse than the vets. Visit. So can you give us some tips on bear creek, bits it? Absolutely. So that's one thing that at the veterinary hospital, they work where we really try to work on is pure free visits for our feline friends because one you want the visit to go well for the pet and the pet owner there's nothing worse than, you know, having to bring your pet into the vet and having the visible horribly, and then as a pet owner, you feel bad that you put your cat through that. And you know, it's just not fun for anybody. And you want, you know, your pet to get regular exams and be seen so anything that can make that trip. A little easier is all the better for everybody involved. So as far as fear free visits. I always start with the number one thing at home is the carrier getting the pet to they animal hospital. So keep in mind many vets to do house calls, but if they do not and you're bringing the pet in or maybe the pet sick. And it's something that they can't do at home. You know, you're going to need to bring the pet in usually in a carrier. So I always suggest that, you know, leave the carrier out an irregular place on a regular visit a regular basis, if you can't I always, you know, if it's one of the ones that are the hard plastic ones are the top sunscreen will all leave mine as like a pet bed in the corner of one of the rooms that put blankets and stuff in there and little treats in there and leave it out all the time that way the pets kinda used to sleeping with it. And the only thing that is changing is just the cover going on it when they need to travel, but it's a place that they're used to laying in and they feel comfortable, and the other thing that I also suggest is they have feel away makes a product like a fair Mon spray, and I always spray, the pet some blankets and stuff that are in their carrier. A least a half hour before you leave that'll help take some of the things I eighty down as well. So then as long as. As you can get them to the office. Then when you get to the office a couple of things you can ask your veterinarian Abell is if they have feline friendly scheduling, for example, and our office will do blocks during the day. We'll have only feeling appointments that way they're not passing dogs coming in and out are they're not hearing dogs barking in other rooms, and that helps you know with your feline friends. So they're not getting a little anxious. Also, you know, an feeling from the exam room one that they can, you know, put their carrier, and that has, you know, maybe Thurmond spray on the, you know, counter Manson, everything which we do at our office, you know, to help calm them down and make them a little more ease. Also, you know, if you bring them in instead of setting the carrier on the floor to where other pets could walk by it. You know, maybe having a bench China to where you can put them up at, you know, level with you that way they're not interacting with other pets are people walking by those are all things that can help alleviate the stress for that. Visit getting that pet in an fast men are of course, you know, obviously helps the the amount of time that they're susceptible to interacting with other pets. They may not be happy about doing. And then, you know, once they're in there, you know, just going slow and Dino treats work to a certain extent. But oftentimes when they are a little anxious. They they don't want trees. They don't wanna eat. They just kinda wanna get done what they have to get down and go home. So, you know, really just going slow with the cat making them comfortable. You know, lots of putting lots of, you know, safety feeling secure. You know, bringing your own blanket from home and letting them wrap them up in that blanket. So they feel safe keeping the pet with you. Those are all things that kind of bring down the inside of that visit with your cat. Another thing also is if those things alone don't do the job and the pet is still a little anxious. You know, talk to your event about prescriptions or maybe trying some composure or some zucchini know some of the anti anxiety medications. Start them a day or two before your visit in that way. The pets anxiety can come down even further for Monica. Thank you very much. And I think that that helped all our female lovers out there. Get the visit to the vet safe and comfortable. Thank you. So very much. Thank you have a great day coming up summer's here.
"thurmond" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Options at CS, global dot EDU. You either retired or not retired for may was the biggest name and the sport of boxing. He can't go nowhere without people notice him. Yes, sir. I'm just saying we're gonna be saying that this fighter is that rapper than we all know kief his drink. He he a new new young young guy in the game. He's just he's he's the new young guy who took over right? After hope was Drake. Over listen. He definitely took over. But I don't know how long he's going to have that chokehold on the game. I really don't another Ricky Martin him count. Okay. So Sean port is fine. Yoga's Aerosmith now, many pack yo many people also felt had a flat performance, even though against ager broder, they did more and let me let me. The fact is at this point, Keith Thurmond's, probably safest fight would probably be many packet, which would be kind of inbetween more like a tune-up at step up tuneup. That can prep them better for the Aeros, Spence and other FIS. Now granted he also feels that this is also the biggest money opportunity, which could also put him in the biggest ace. I'd get a more step up in competition. Become the ace. I get a household name underneath his belt. Get the couch was behind him. And at that point. He will be more in control. This is more of a business move and getting more into this fighting grew in preparation for what would be a big showed on unification. No, I think they can convince back out take this fight because if he beats Thurman it's a clear cut opportunity at Floyd like the writers are writing saying. Oh, wow. The Manny of old is back. He beat the young undefeated, you know, kief Thurman. That's a different story. So yes. So now it puts the pressure on Foy like does Floyd still have what it takes can. He would he be able to come back and be Earl the way that nanny came back and beat Thurman. You know, ninety if you're Manny apple last night, man, you you you try to keep them as soon as possible you'd be you put the pressure on. Yeah. That's a great point. If you many is that the best available thing not name. No think Floyd for him is still the top thing because of the money not name. I mean it Mike Garcia win the year, but Mike Garcia losers. I don't think you put Mike Garcia back in a tough fight that that quick. All right. But if you're pack you out, you got Senate duties, you heard my interview with Tim Smith. They're not rushing back down only fights in November. Do you really want Thurman arrested man, I think their main is better Vail better for him than five dispense or Crawford? Or somebody's other guys..
"thurmond" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly
"I have enough memory of what came before and lemon lime. And yes that is like dude you have you learned nothing and the answer is. No, that's right. I believe that he's learned nothing though. And so it's less about like a unbelievable moment in the plot. And more just like, look we've already watched this live. We already see what happens we've been there before rea- Donna says that gossip districts. How does she get this one of the dealer? I guess it's not the end of the world has weblogs. Say weblog, but he hasn't told anybody or I guess he told Kate, but he didn't tell C J or Toby both of them when they learn about it from the blog. They are understandably upset and think that he's being silly for not having revealed it earlier, so they could do some kind of damage control. Did you pause and read the blog, and I did not because maybe this is just this would actually be accurate, but there's a just a giant typo telling the story. It says the family was complete in shock. Are they trying to get like, hyper realistic, like this is the level of journalism, you find online or somebody just hitting the bike in before they wrote up what we're going to see on screen. The family was completed in shock. Yeah. Let me read you a little something from the internet about blogs. Sure. From Wikipedia an obscure source that I found online they haven't entry on blogs. And it says by two thousand four the role of blogs became increasingly mainstream. That's the year that we are in in this two thousand four as political consultants new services and candidates began using them as tools for outreach and opinion forming blogging was established by politicians and political candidates to express opinions on war and other issues and cemented blogs role as a new source even politicians not actively campaigning began to blog to bond with constituents. Israel was among the first national governments to set up an official blog, although in Israel. They're called gold's. They go, right. Or I guess their goal. You wouldn't put the S and the other right? Okay. Then I was looking for this section on political impact an early milestone in the rise in importance of blogs came in two thousand two when many bloggers focused on comments by US. Senate majority leader Trent Lott and Senator Lott at a party honoring Strom Thurmond praised Senator Thurmond by suggesting that the US would have been better off had Thurmond been elected president lots critics saw these comments as a tacit approval of racial segregation policy advocated by Thurmond's, nineteen forty eight presidential campaign. I remember this you remember this in two thousand two. Yeah. Indeed, I do. So this view was reinforced by documents and recorded interviews dug up by bloggers, for example, talking points memo parking coins memo now T PM is very much considered. Like, legit, political news source, you're but in two thousand two guess like district scene. Maybe it was seen more as like a fringe new source. Yeah. That's background the Russians were just starting all these box, right? Simply the lots comments were made at a public event attended by the media. No major media organizations reported on his controversial comments until after blogs broke the story. The blog is fear broke the story yet, they also broke. The Dan rather story where he said that President Bush's military service record was in conflict with accounts that were accepted turned out that the documents were forgeries, and you know, and that led to Dan rathers resignation. So Josh does not disclose this. Then they find out and then he decides to call up the blogger and yell at her and. Yeah. And then she starts just transcribing. What he's I mean. It's just so dumb. Josh is just so dumb in this episode. His. His dumb ass in this episode. Yeah. It did kind of amusement idea of saying this is off the record..
"thurmond" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Into six eighty WCBS Maryland news center, governor Hogan's inauguration for a second terrorists the head Wednesday at Annapolis and a former governor and presidential candidate will be the introduction. Speaker Jeb Bush will attend according to Hogan's office late fees on water bills waived for furloughed, federal, employees and contractors who are Baltimore City. Water customers so says mayor Catherine Pugh federal workers and contractors will be eligible for plans. Allowing them to pay off water bills over time. Once the shutdown ends a hit and run fatal in the area. Saturday state police say they have located the vehicle and driver involved. Police have not identified the suspected driver with charges pending police say twenty one year wrote Austin, I shower of Thurmond was pronounced dead at the scene. Meantime, Friday rush. Shower resulted in a fatal crash in Baltimore City, a woman and her ten-year-old son were killed and police have now identified police say thirty one year old Maria Ramirez was pronounced dead at the scene and her son Yonathan was taken to a hospital where he later died. Maryland basketball, the Terrapins ranked number nineteen this week, and they'll take on Wisconsin at eight thirty at home. Rob Bradford six eighty w CBS news. From the FOX business network. Washington gridlock is starting to weigh on main street, according to a new survey from bankruptcy. Fifty five percent of Americans are not expecting their finances to improve this year around twelve percent, actually think things are going to get worse and get this. The main factor that's bringing people down right now, political uncertainty in Washington DC. This might have some people worry too stocks heading south again, the Dow fall a gated six points now down for two straight sessions bid.