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WHO Announces the Global Youth Mobilization for Generation Disrupted
"And initiative uniting climate activists greta timberg and the u. n. Health agency launched on monday to give young activists the opportunity to get funding for innovative solutions. To the impact of nineteen the scheme which is called global youth bye-bye station in association with the big six youth organisations comes as hundreds of millions of young people. Continue to feel the strain of the pandemic according to the world health organization. Who nine and ten have reported increased mental anxiety during the last fifteen months and more than one billion students in almost every country have been impacted by school closures. More than eight. In ten young women are worried about their future and one in six young people worldwide have lost their jobs during the pandemic. The health agency noted head of the w. h. o. Tedros adhanom ghebreyesus insisted that the agency wanted to be sure that young people's voices energy and solutions where at the center of the world's recovery from caveat nineteen an initial two million dollars of funding will be available from five hundred dollars to five thousand. Applications will be possible by a centralized platform which is available in multiple languages for more information visit. Www dot global youth mobilization with zette dot walk
"timberg" Discussed on KQED Radio
"We're speaking with Washington Post reporter Craig Timberg. We're talking about how President Trump's departure and social media restrictions on him and some of his more extremist supporters, including followers of the Cuban on conspiracy theories. Will affect events in the coming months and years. You know, apart from the crackdown on cue and on and other extremist groups on social media, probably the most far reaching move was to take Donald Trump off of Twitter and Facebook, and you're right about this. I mean, This has impacts far beyond you know, spreading conspiracy theories. Doesn't it just kind of a major social change, isn't it? Absolutely. And it's one Did you know for me? It does make me uncomfortable like I mean, I think that it's certainly true that Donald Trump had become a major source of misinformation in the world, right. The Washington Post Mike Mike My colleagues who do the fact checking counted 30,000 falsehoods during Donald Trump's presidency, and let's remember he rose to political prominence pushing another lie, which was that Barack Obama wasn't born United States right, the Birther conspiracy theory so absolutely, he had become In the public conversation. He had become very powerful and also was pushing a lot of untruth. At the same time. It's problematic when any group of people decides who of us gets to speak and how And, uh, now I don't. I wouldn't love it if the government took away my ability to communicate. I don't love it that social media companies are now put in this position. I'm not sure that it's the wrong choice. It may well be the right choice, but it does raise all sorts of really Uncomfortable issues about who gets to talk what they get to say and where these red lines are. And from for my money, I've been covering the intersection of these issues for eight or nine years now. I've never found a really comfortable place. In terms of like, where not only what the role should be. But who should make the rules right? And that in that debate the removal of Donald Trump from Twitter and Facebook really brings that debate back to center stage. Who gets to decide. Who gets to talk and how and while there's certainly not a first Amendment right to have a Twitter account or anything like it to deny the power that these companies are now wielding is seems to me to be shortsighted. I mean, ideally, we would we would want, you know, learn it judges making good faith decisions based on a careful reading of the Constitution here. We have these big private companies that because the way the Communications Act is structured Has this enormous power and it's interesting. You know, Facebook has committed to a formal process on Deciding what happens to Donald Trump's access in the future. I mean, can you describe this? Are you familiar with us? I don't know all of the ins and outs of this process, But I can tell you that Is someone who's written critically about all of these companies For many years, this is one point on which actually have more than the usual thing. Sympathy because, you know, we just don't have laws in this country that give these pirate companies guidelines to follow right. So people talk a lot about the First Amendment and the freedom to speech. But the first payment governs what governments do That does not say anything about what private companies conduce. Oh, And as you said the section 2 30 of the Communications Decency Act likewise gives companies a lot of latitude to monitor and kind of manage their platforms. But it doesn't say how it doesn't say where the lines are. And so we're act or asking a bunch of private companies that are fundamentally about expanding their markets and making money. To draw lines that we've been unwilling as a society tol more broadly and and that strikes me is like a not a great setup, and I applaud Facebook for Trying to, you know, to set up a more formalized structure to to wrestle with it. But it all comes down to who's really, really in charge. Right? And you know who's really, really in charge. Mark Zuckerberg's in charge. He's the CEO Facebook. He controls the voting shares of the stock. No. Jack Dorsey, a Twitter's He's He's in charge right? And the only good part of this is that they are responsive to public opinion and market forces. And when After a lot of the unrest last year, But you have a card was boycotted and were able to make some changes. So I guess one could argue that on some level the system's working but deciding who should be making these calls is hard, and I think, if it as a society we got together, we probably wouldn't put all of this power in the hands of Mark's soccer Burke, would we The interesting thing to note about this is that what you know, Zuckerberg has done apparently is too simple, this large committee and given them a quite us to have about 30 people and has promised to abide by their decision and given them You know, a deadline, so it will be fascinating to see where it takes us. Totally. But he's promises to abide by it until he changes his mind, right still above us. So just Yeah. I mean, there's no there's just no legal authority to it. And so what I'm saying is Word them or democracy, right? I mean, this is this is the job of Congress to or in the executive branch to try toe wrestle with this and lay out some some kind of legal guidance or some jurors, prudence or whatever. And, um, you know, our elected representatives ought to be making trying to make these decisions you know, and reflecting the will of the people, not you're not a handful of billionaires in California. How effective are bands like this? Do we know? Do we know how much disinformation Changed in the United States, for example, once once Trump's accounts were suspended. And happily, we do know the answer to that question now because by a variety of metrics, you know misinformation around the election plummeted after Trump's account was taken away by Twitter and and And they were variety of other actions, including the closing of 70,000 Twitter counselor pushing Cuban on e. I mean, I think I think the number that we've quoted a 73%. Others have come up with a similar kind of measurement, and so Just this sketch to the heart of the problem. I mean, so while we would all we love free speech, and we want free speech to be is open as possible. It's also true that my speech can drown out your speech, and my lies can drown out your truth. And so those all seem like good outcomes to me and s O What we have is in the past few weeks is kind of a science experiment. Like what do you what happens when you turned down or or really eliminate the voice of someone who was pushing a lot of lives? It turns out that a lot those lies have a lot of traction..
Major drug ring busted that fed pot, cocaine to 3 North Carolina colleges
"Instigators have broken up a drug ring on multiple college campuses in North Carolina. Timberg has the story from the USA Radio News. The next bureau federal authorities they're charging 21 individuals in connection to a distribution ring that funnel drugs onto the campuses of prominent North Carolina universities. The D, a found drug activity at frat houses on campuses of UNC Chapel Hill. Duke University and Appalachian State University. U. S attorney Matt Martin, calling on university administrators to do something they were sales going on inside these houses. Dealers set up inside these houses, poisoning fellow members of their fraternity fueling Culture. The feds estimate more than £1000 of marijuana. Several 100 kg of cocaine and other drugs were funneled onto the campus is from the USA Radio News Phoenix Bureau I'm
"timberg" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"USA Radio News with Timberg. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi thinks the new dynamic is emerging in the fight against the ongoing Corona virus Outbreak Cove in 19, a big topic during the Capitol Hill briefing, as was an update on coronavirus relief talks. He saw framework they're putting. Now they have to turn it into text. And then it so we'll take the time we need and we must get it done, and we must get it done by this before he leaves way cannot leave without it. President Trump is traveling to Georgia this weekend to try to drum up support for Republican senators Kelly Leffler and David Perdue. Pretty was being challenged in the January 5th run off by Democrat Jonah Stop. And Lefler is facing a challenge from Reverend Raphael War, not the latest polls showing both Democrats leading the Republicans in the race by four points. You're listening to us a radio news. Balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in the capsule changing the world. One life at a time I had begun to notice after 10 days with balance of nature. I felt better, more energetic and boy me for me that something because I have energy anyway, but its oldest I am that was really something to start. Really noticing. You know, we're all responsible for choosing what our attitudes are. But I've had a better mental outlook. I mean, I always try to be positive, but there were settled things in me that I began to notice. I just felt the difference.
"timberg" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"With Timberg In one of his first moves after the Trump administration approved the start of the presidential transition, Joe Biden is formally introducing some of the appointees to his national security and foreign policy teams. It's a team that reflects the fact that America is back, ready to lead the world. I retreat from it once again stood at the head of the table and your final numbers on Wall Street at the closing Bell, a record for the Dow closing at more than 30,000 points. The final numbers the Dow up 455 points to close at 30 46. President Trump reminding everyone That's the night time since the beginning of 2020, and it's the 48th time that we've broken records in during the Trump Administration, USA Radio News Balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in the capsule changing the world one life at a time. Had begun to notice after 10 days with balance of nature. I felt better, more energetic and boy me for me. That's something because I have energy anyway, but it's old as I am, that was really something to start. Really noticing. You know, we're all responsible for choosing what our attitudes are. But I've had a better mental outlook. I mean, I always try to be positive. But there were several things in me that I began to notice. I just still the difference with.
"timberg" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"The birth of their first child. Terry Schwinn gave birth Thursday to Maggie Jane and entered roll filled with 14 older brothers. Jaswant said he and his wife, both 45 are overjoyed beyond excited to have Maggie James of the family. The strands have been featured for years and local and national news as their family has grown. You're listening to US radio news. At the American Veterinary Medical Association annual convention in Washington, D. C. I spoke with Dr John How A V M A president About one Health health is really a collaboration between physicians, veterinarians. Health officials, for example, in Minnesota state public veterinarian deals with diseases Rabies, for example. Animals or sentence for humans, humans or sentence infections. There's more valuable information at ADM. A dot or a new barrier has been broken for drug used in one West Coast state USDA radios. Timberg isn't the Phoenix bureau with more Oregon became the first state in the country to decriminalize possession of hard drugs, including cocaine, heroin and meth. In small quantities. This brings the states drug laws in step with the world's most lenient countries, including the Netherlands, Switzerland, Portugal and Czech Republic. Possession will not be treated like a speeding ticket in Oregon, with violators paying a $100 fine and attending a free addiction program. Kevin Sabet is president of Smart Approaches for marijuana. As Faras what this means, he tells Fox News. It's great, a drug dealer and it's a great day. If you want to legalize heroin, because that will be the next step. They started with marijuana. Now they're doing this and they're gonna legalize all drugs. This basically takes all the teeth out of getting people treatment. This measure doesn't create one treatment that even though it was touted as treatment over incarceration, so I think a lot of people thought we were going for treatment, and I don't want to be putting people in prison and clogging jails like this doesn't even expunge your record. If you want a second chance. It's sort of it's really a dream for those who are dealers and those who want to basically usual impunity, and I think, right Wall Street saw the Dow down about 67 points. The NASDAQ up four points the S and P 500 down a.
Joe Biden Campaigned In Warm Springs, SW Of Atlanta, Tuesday
"The presidential campaigns wind down, Let's take a look at the Biden Camp USA Radio News Timberg has more on Wednesday. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his wife, Dr Jill Biden, early voted in Delaware on Tuesday. He spent part of his day in Georgia trying to flip the state from red to Blue Cape. Bedingfield is the deputy campaign chairman and communications director for former vice President Biden. She explains why the former vice president is spending time in Georgia. What we're doing in this final week is we're keeping as many past 2 to 70 open as we possibly can. We're talking to his wide swath of voters as we can. That doesn't mean that we're abandoning what you're calling the traditional blue line states or the you know the priority states to get us 2 to 70, not at all. In fact, we're just talking to a broader swath of the country that audio courtesy of CNN for use
"timberg" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Use a radio news with Timberg Lorenzo Johnson has been charged in connection with the shooting of to Louisville police officers on Wednesday night and arrest report shows. Johnson was charged with 14 counts of wanton endangerment and two counts of assault. Louisville's interim police chief, Robert Schroeder, with an update on the officer's officer Robinson, These Roaches was shot in the abdomen last night having to undergo surgery. He's in stable condition and expected to Cover surges. Roaches joined the department in March of 2019 and works in our second division again. We are extremely fortunate. These two officers will recover several military ballots cast for President Trump have been recovered after federal authorities open and unspecified investigation regarding mail in ballots in Pennsylvania, the U. S attorney's office in the Middle District of Pennsylvania. Releasing a statement saying they're looking into the situation and you're listening to us A radio news. Welcome to tax talk with Howard legend Bob Eubanks. You know it's part of Hollywood for a long time. I've seen my fair share of celebrities get in trouble with the I R s. Well, there's one name I trust the tax defense group. They're the most trusted name in tax. So if you owe more than $10,000 to the IRS, you really need to call my friends at the tax defense group. Ignoring the I R s is not the solution. Bacon. Garnish your paycheck. Levere. Bank accounts Seizure Homer business, But the tax defense group could put a stop to all of that. And tailor a program that would reduce your tax debt. Two pennies on the dollar..
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"timberg" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Use a radio news with Timberg. White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow says the economy is well on its way to recovery. This's just in four months. We're more than halfway back from where we started in a terrible pandemic cut those speaking on Fox News after Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. Said only people at the top are seeing a recovery bite. It also said President Trump is calling a report that he called American troops who died in battle. Losers are suckers. John Bolton was with the president on that trip. He also says the president did not say those words. Well, I was there for the discussion on whether Teo for the president to go out to the and Martin Battlefield Cemetery, and I write about it in the book. It was a strict weather call. And I didn't hear him. Say those things. You're listening to use a radio news Can the daily recommended servings of fruits and vegetables fit into just six capsules? Yes. We start by sourcing organically grown whole fruits and vegetables. We ensure they're picked at peak rightness. All of our produce is third party tested for pesticides, heavy metals, bad bacteria and nutrients there, then washed cut and put through an advanced vacuum cold process which removes the water using pressure. This maximizes the nutritional value while preserving the color, smell and taste of the fruit vegetable. The freeze dried food is then ground into a fine powder without adding any additives, fillers or extracts. Thes.
"timberg" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Use a radio news with Timberg. President Trump and his administration had done their jobs early on. With this crisis, American schools will be opened and the open safely. Democratic presidential nominee. Joe Biden, speaking in his home state of Delaware by then also took questions from reporters and was asked why he is heading to Kenosha on Thursday. There's been overwhelming request that I do come because what we're gonna do is we got a deal. Put things together, bring people together. President Trump speaking as well. And Wilmington, North Carolina, in what some are calling dueling speeches with former vice president five in the president's speaking in Wilmington, as it was the first American World War two Heritage City and 75 years ago. Today, World War two officially ended your listening to use a radio news. Balance of nature changing the world. One life at a time. I've been on this balance of nature for collapse some time. Now I know what you put in your body is critical to your health. My listener AM radio out of Dallas, and you have these people. Their quickness in about the differences might in our lives. Always people online about this. I had Nayman had as much coal have been taken there, and I'm telling him energy level has increased unbelievable, so impressed. Experience the balance of nature difference for yourself Right now. Balance of nature is offering free shipping and 35% off on.
"timberg" Discussed on KOMO
"Ly 24 hour news station. Coma news 1000 FM 97 7 Bill O'Neill of the editors does gone Tom other stories we're following right now. Joe Biden has arrived in Pittsburgh, He begins hitting the campaign trail for more appearances and mounting More aggressive of offence against President Donald Trump, saying Trump is contributing to the violence in the streets nationwide. Biden is speaking in Pittsburgh right now the head of the World Health Organization warns that opening up society's too quickly amid the Corona virus pandemic is a recipe. Or disaster. W. H O director General Tedros Adana got about governor, He has advises them or control countries have over the virus them or they can open up, insisting that countries that are serious about opening up must also be serious about suppressing transmission transmission. And saying that this isn't an impossible balance. An admission from Mark Zuckerberg, who says Facebook made a mistake in not removing a post that urged armed action in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Technology reporter Craig Timberg is following this for the Washington Post and spoke with comas. Bill O'Neill. Craig, What do we know about this particular posting? Why was Facebook so slow to act? Facebook got a number of complaints. That this Kenosha guard page was talking about violence in Kenosha, and that there was an event listing that specifically asked people to show up armed On the streets. Which, of course, is what happened on leading to the tragic, tragic death of two people and wounding of another. It's not clear to me. Why why they missed this, but they didn't miss an awful lot. So Facebook has promised to take action on objectionable post And yet we continue to see issues with this on the whole. Yeah, I mean, so this came out on Friday and Newmark supper. You posted his comments, but we didn't get an apology. We didn't get a detailed explanation of what went wrong on DH. It's just not clear. To me exactly how they handle these situations and whether they have the tools they need to keep this kind of thing from happening again, and I was going to be my next question Is Facebook or Zuckerberg promised any additional action or a fresh look, even at this kind of thing they didn't last week, but it's not clear to me. It's unsolvable problems. Mr. Like Facebook basically connected everybody. In the world and in an almost totally friction freeway and the idea that they can rapidly respond to the million categories of misbehavior that could happen among that many people in a timely way. It's just not clear to me. Anybody can do it and leased out at least not a company that is so far really prized engagement in growth over really any other kind of goal for the company, And that is a fair point. Facebook obviously is dealing with millions upon millions of not billions of post that they have to go through with that Something has to be a manpower issue. Just even look at all of this. There certainly is. I mean, they've been touting for years that they're getting better at artificial intelligence tools for detecting this stuff. Um, And of course, we don't know what gets detected and taken down before their tragedies like this, But it's certainly clear that lots of really terrible content is slipping through and it's leading to Rhea World problems. At some point, there has to be credibility, questions raised and you'd have to think Facebook would be trying to head that off down the road. Yeah, I'm even trying to head it off for years. But again, I don't know if they know exactly what to do about this much content, and we have tens of thousands of content moderators now, almost all of whom are Contractors. They put riel, you know, financial and logistical resources behind it. They put untold amounts of a I into their system and yet still write. Like every few months. We have some kind of atrocity that gets organized or promulgated on their platform. And if they have a good answer for this, we haven't heard it yet. That's Craig Timberg. Remora online at washingtonpost dot com. Almost baloney. Oh, come on news time. 10 49 President Trump trying to take credit The National Guard presidents in Kenosha, Wisconsin. But his ABC scare and Travers explains he did not do that, because he doesn't have the authority. President Trump is again falsely claiming he sent the National Guard to quell unrest ahead of his trip to Kenosha, Wisconsin, the president writing on Twitter that if he did not insist the national Guard activate their quote, there would be no Kenosha right now. He was the governor of Wisconsin Democrat Tony Evers, who activated the guard. Governors have the authority to do that in their states, Not the president. Mr Trump made a similar false claim in early July, taking credit for the National Guard presence in Minneapolis. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington. Couple news time 10 50 on it's time for a money update. Propel insurance Business update. Now Chevron is now the only energy stock of the Dow Jones industrial average after Exxon Mobil, Raytheon adviser were dropped It balance out the disruption from apples for 21 stocks played, which took effect with today's trading session. New to the doubt today, Salesforce, Amgen and Honeywell. Prepare for the iPad air macrumors reports, images and leaks have been posted to social media, which appeared to indicate the new user Manual of Apple's upcoming iPad air as well as release dates for new products such as the iPhone and Apple Watch. Lumber products across the board, tough defined and the price sky rocking for what is available. Lumber workers say the migration from big cities leading to the demand for new housing and people looking to improve their existing homes or factors. The National Association of Homebuilders says the increased cost of lumber is.
President Donald Trump to visit storm-hit Louisiana and Texas
"President is headed to Louisiana and Texas to look over the storm damage and uses. Timberg has details. We got a little bit lucky it was very big. It was very powerful, but it passed quickly. President Trump speaking there at FEMA headquarters. The president says he is being kept up to date on damages from Hurricane Laura, which has been downgraded to a tropical storm. President continues will probably be going on Saturday or Sunday and will be heading to Texas and Louisiana and maybe an additional president, also saying the federal response will be very aggressive.
Houston - Hurricane Laura Becomes ‘Extremely Dangerous’ Category 4 Storm
"Hurricane Laura now has sustained winds of 150 MPH, the latest on the storm from use radio networks. Timberg. Hurricane Laura is now a Category four storm, the National Hurricane Center in Miami, calling the storm extremely dangerous as it moves in the direction of Texas and Louisiana. Many residents have fled to higher ground, but not Maryland. Satchel Tola. She tells CBS news she's lived in the Galveston, Texas area for a number of years and is not leaving is scary or no. One that is supposed to be stronger, still unpredictable. She's scary to leave yourself behind.
Senate report details Trump campaign's 2016 Russia connections
"Is is releasing releasing their their fifth fifth and and final final volume volume of of the the report report on on Russian Russian interference interference in in the the 2016 2016 election election uses. uses. Timberg Timberg has has more. more. The report found no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, but did conclude that Russia intervened in the election. The harm Hillary Clinton's campaign and help the campaign of Donald Trump. We found absolutely no evidence whatsoever that Donald Trump for his campaign colluded with Russia to meddle in our elections. Second, the FBI made some very troubling mistakes, especially by relying on a steel dossier against the advice of the CIA and without verifying this foreign document for the sources that were used to creative interim chair of that committee, Marco Rubio, a popular talk show host, is in hot
Made in Hollywood, Censored by Beijing
"Back on its feet, many movie executives are wondering what some of the administration's tough talk regarding China will do to their relationship with China. Studios have been looking for a greater box office share in China, which right now sits at around 25% compared to about 50% as it is an other nations. What many people don't know, though, is some of the demands that the Chinese Communist Party puts on these movie makers to get a movie into China so it can be seen in that market. I had a chance to catch up with Chris meant, and he's an entertainment industry veteran and author of the book. Feeding the dragon he shares some of the hoops movies have to go through to be played in China, where I have the big problem is when they're giving us cross border censorship. Mandates, which involved a censoring content for the rest of the world to see because they want a particular narrative taken by that content and given to audiences around the world. In the Ted Cruz example, they've asked Paramount to remove the Taiwanese flag. I'm Tom Cruise's jacket in the new top gun movie, not just for their market. But for all markets around the world that I say has to end and we need the leverage of the country back Paramount back the filmmakers and say no to that and make sure that they're not retaliated against inside China and for Yusa Radio news. I'm Timberg.
"timberg" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Use a radio news with Timberg, Senate Majority Leader from Kentucky Mitch McConnell says Democrats have given a little but very little and ongoing talks for a new stimulus package. Because while Americans are struggling, the Democratic leaders have moved about one in one in a Senate Republicans are introducing a bill that would temporarily extend enhanced unemployment while negotiations continue. President Trump clarifying again the difference between male and voting and absentee voting, no absenteeism, Okay, because you have to go through a process, Brian You go through a process and you make a request and they send it to you and you get it and you fill it out, and it's a process and it's a smaller number. What they're gonna do is blanket to state anybody that ever walked. Frankly, we'll get one. The day President Trump referring to Nevada, you're listening to use a radio news. Balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in the capsule changing the world one life at a time. I have a very busy for the practice, and usually I would find at a month's time. I kind of got a slump in terms of energy. But since I've been taking the balance of nature, I don't get that slump anymore. I've got a lot of energy throughout the whole day with the balance of nature and cold. I don't get sick and most informally, so much patients. What you need to do is get your means to step up and buy terms of taking your fruits and vegetables even correctly. The best way to get that means system up. So all in all, you guys just keep doing what you're doing. It's a wonderful product, and I really feel that people would Benefit from Nicholas product.
"timberg" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Use a radio news with Timberg. President Trump is in Florida meeting with sheriff before leaving for Florida President Trump Defended the placement of federal law enforcement agents in Portland, the president, telling reporters, the agent save the federal courthouse there. Americans are losing the extra $600 a week and unemployment benefits Congress approved in the spring to keep the economy going. White House Chief of staff Mark Meadows said Republicans have met three straight days with Democrats, but there's no progress. He also said Republicans have offered four plants hoping for a compromised Democrats have not yet made a counter offer. I'm disappointed in you. What we've what we've experienced over the last three days and you're listening to use a radio news Can the daily recommended servings of fruits and vegetables fit into just six capsules. Yes, we start by sourcing organically grown whole fruits and vegetables. We ensure they're picked at peak ripeness. All of our produce is third party tested for pesticides, heavy metals, bad bacteria and nutrients there then washed cut and put through an advanced vacuum cold process which removes the water using pressure. This maximizes the nutritional value while preserving the color, smell and taste of the fruit or vegetable. The freeze. Dried food is then ground into a fine powder without adding any additives, fillers or extracts..
"timberg" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Use a radio news with Timberg Federal Appeals court has overturned the death sentence of the convicted Boston bomber and ordered a new trial for the penalty phase. Florida Republican governor Rhonda Santis says his state is getting ready for hurricane ista. The governor, declaring a state of emergency and all of the counties along the Eastern coast, the governor telling residents but we can't be certain of the exact track of the storm, and we certainly can't be sure about the intensity will ultimately reach We do expect to see impacts to the state of Florida Even if the storm remains off our shore. The governor also reminding residents so please keep up with official updates and make sure you have a plan and have seven days worth of food water. In medicine Wall Street, ending the week on an up note. With the Dow closing up 114 points. You're listening to use a radio news. Balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world one life at a time of nature. It's the greatest thing in the world. I can't imagine we're be without it. You know, I feel 20 years old again and I want to continue to stay in safe. I understand the oversaturation in the market and the resulting cynicism that people have put down of nature works for anybody and everybody. And as much as it's today product. It's a product for the future. For I am the most satisfied customer in the world. I don't know what I would do without it. Don't wait to see what getting over 10 servings of.
"timberg" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"timberg" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Radio news with Timberg. President Trump says some Democratic led cities like Chicago and New York are out of control and resemble Warzones. They're supposed to be asking for help, and they don't want to ask, so maybe they're proud. Or maybe they think it's been politically but we can't have Happend. Whats happening? The president making those comments at the White House on Wednesday the family of George Floyd is suing the city of Minneapolis for his wrongful death. Civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump says it wasn't just the four police officers responsible for Floyd's death. He says. The city has a long history of abuse, especially against black men and the dining industry is asking Congress for financial assistance amid economic hardship brought on by the Corona virus Pandemic. The National Restaurant Association forecasting that restaurants will lose over $240 billion. This is Yusa. Radio news. Balance of nature changing the world one life at a time. I haven't got a cold and doing Appier's my wife. Can I get my track record? Because she seeming not get sick? My daughter got sick over Christmas. My wife got in about three days after she left. I went through both of them and get sick. I tell people I like to think my immune system is armed up and I'm able to repel these simple, stupid coals. And if it isn't that on what is it? I'd get at least a couple colds a year and what has changed in the last 2.5 years? So I think I can think of is I'm taken ah, fruits and vegetables..
Twitter Suspends Accounts Posting About Washington DC Blackout For Spreading ‘Misinformation’
"Have talked to a number of times about the role social media plays especially in moments like this we talked about on Tuesday the hash tag blackout Tuesday we're discussing you know elevate black voices to kind of show your support some people called it virtue signaling that's a phrase that's been used often but sometimes people are sharing information that doesn't turn out to be true awards from a botany can be really hard especially if you're a newbie to social media or maybe and I don't want to just love older generations into it which is kind of new to any sort of platform not quite understanding of if something looks suspicious or sometimes it looks completely legitimate and people fall for things like that but there was one the hashtag do you see a black out that was a really interesting to watch unfold on Twitter and join me to talk about it right now is Craig Timberg is a technology reporter at The Washington Post he reported on this a great thanks so much for your time my pleasure okay so let's start with this hashtag do you see a black out from what I read in your article it just started with a couple of tweets but then just blew up what exactly happened so an account that certainly looks fake they're only three followers when I followed the directions for followers and that have been newly created all it ever done was try to create new hash tags and then to so it created this new DC blackout hash tag around two AM Monday and then a couple of other very fishy looking accounts amplified it on there themselves and the result was it became over the course of a few hours this amazing online gathering spot for just huge amounts of misinformation about what happened in Washington DC and the central claim was that the police have basically cut communications throughout the city to so they could kind of crackdown on the protesters and of course someone who lives in DC Iraq a mile from the capital I knew that that just wasn't true and so what how does something like this happened because I I feel like something catches on and then of the person that is legitimate right has a huge social media following well then re tweeted and then how do you actually put the genie back in the bottle one something like this happens yeah I mean I don't know exactly help this one exploded as well because this is that is as large as it did it but in general you know once something is out there once it has been created people see it and then they want to comment on that so it is T. he blacked out hashtag you got like a half million tweet in just about eight or nine hours from people who are concerned about what happened in Washington DC so there's this interactive quality between the initial misinformation and then people posting other you know videos and images and such including one that work from Washington and then there were people who were talking back at them they don't know I'm here in Washington too quickly it's because clearly not that that isn't happening and coke that sort of you know it comes like a lot a wildfire and to get your personal putting the genie back in the bottle I mean no I mean I you we did were ultimately corrective he'll cut our store was kind of corrective and know people the word spread that this wasn't what what they claim happened literally true but of course you know you can't find everyone who saw that hashtag images like misinformation just explode then you can't unexploded what just happened
How Climate Change and the Coronavirus Are Linked
"Times of we tend to look for the silver lining for that positive story in the storm as Corona viruses declared a pandemic and citizens remain at home stories. Have begun to emerge of a global dip in co two emissions. Even prompting some hopefuls to ponder if this could be the solution to climate change well maybe even though any dip is positive. Not all is what it seems. Beth Gardner is an environmental journalist and also the author of choked the age of air pollution and the fight for clean future or Beth. Thank you so much for joining us. We're seeing with these headlines about how the world is getting cleaner but I'll be reading see any lasting effects from this. Well it's funny. I mean you're right in saying that these headlines are everywhere and I honestly have already lost track of the number of people who have mentioned to me or send me links or whatever to these things showing that air pollution has gone down significantly as a result of all these lockdowns around the world for preventing the corona virus from spreading. I wrote a book about air pollution. I really understand how powerfully pollution affects our health. And I know that when levels come down like this even if only temporarily that actually really will benefit people in terms of reducing heart attacks and strokes and things like that but even so there is actually something that really bothers me about this focus and this of fascination that we all seem to have with this idea that you know will at least there's a silver lining to this terrible pandemic and pollution is coming down. I mean of course. Pollution is coming down because factories are closed and no one's driving and no one's flying and that's where the pollution comes from. So when you stop doing those things you will get cleaner air and I was out walking in London yesterday on the streets and I have to say it was a real pleasure to be out with very few these kind of noisy. Diesel cars rushing by. And you know the air really did feel cleaner but obviously it goes without saying that this is totally temporary and as soon as the economy starts up again all the stuff is gonNA come roaring back but I was trying to think about what it is that rubs me the wrong way about this point constantly being made and I think it's that it seems to kind of carry the suggestion with it that you know first of all there's some kind of like opposition between humans and the environment and the only way we could save sort of quotes the environment is by this tremendous human suffering and I think it seems to suggest that there's no other way we could have achieved this that we have totally failed as humans to address either the climate crisis or the air pollution crisis. That's affecting our our health so badly that the only way this could have possibly been achieved is through this pandemic that is spreading suffering and fear and destroying our economies and. I just know that that is not true. There are actually solutions available to us. It's not that anyone is advocating for a pandemic but I just think it's really important sort of constantly flagging this supposed silver lining to remember that there are better ways to do this and that we do actually have it within our power to make the changes to shift to cleaner energy cleaner fuels better transportation. All the stuff that could actually bring a more lasting improvement. I guess on the one side. Everything you say is correct. But what's interesting is maybe some business leaders there was a funny cartoon in New Yorker the other day saying got all of those meetings could have actually just been an email it turns out and I wonder actually for lots of people who are running companies or involved in the world of commerce. They will think Joa. We did pretty well with video conference calls. Maybe I don't need to be taking so many flights during the year. Or maybe they even just like you see that the air is cleaner thing. Okay which bits of this change behavior can I hold onto to kind of balance out the equation of it more? Do you think that there may be something from that? That would have a more long lasting impact. Yeah I do think so actually and some of the changes that we've been seeing obviously no one wants a pandemic and widespread lockdowns but some of the changes that we've been seeing particularly businesses moving videoconference people working from home or things that climate activists have been urging for a long time and I spoke to one expert. Who told me that when you have a crisis like this and she was using some examples from the SARS epidemic in China years ago that the changes that stick are the ones that were happening already. Anyway things that were beginning to shift that can be accelerated by a crisis and she felt and I agree that in this case perhaps the change. Most likely to shift is a reduction in business travel and this realization. Like you say that a lot of these meetings that people and conferences that people are flying around the world for. It's actually really unnecessary. It can be easily done by video and that is not only beneficial in terms of carbon emissions but it can also have a really positive sort of quality of life impact to travel any of us who've done business. Travel knows very time consuming. There's obviously something wonderful about being together in person that you mess by video but companies may start to see that this is actually a use of resources that is unnecessary and they can save a lot of money by if not eliminating then significantly reducing business travel moment we did hear from Graviton Timberg the other day say that she thinks she may have contracted covert nineteen but on the whole the campaigners around climate change have not been able to get their voices out yet. We're still going through the panic element with us. And the headlines are roaring away from US and in the coming days and weeks as the world is locked down. I'm sure that those voices will begin to emerge but do think there is anything for the climate activists we saying at this time because they do seem to have gone very quiet well. Yeah I think you're right that you know it's hard to get any other message out right now that is not to do with copay nineteen we've seen extinction rebellion have to call off actions that they were planning for. London and other climate activists as well really having to shift gears a lot. Those Fridays for future school strike kids are trying to do it. Virtually I think that is a danger of particularly a political leaders really being so focused now and you know certainly understandably unnecessarily on trying to cope with the pins. Amec that they lose what was already a very very insufficient focus on climate change. You know we have a big summit coming up at the end of this year. The annual global climate change meeting scheduled to happen in Scotland. I think that it's a little bit up in the air. Whether that's going to occur. We've already seen some of the sort of preliminary planning meetings shift from in person to virtual and I think that that may sort of be indicative of a larger kind of loss of focus. I suppose the flip side is that maybe there are some lessons that we collectively and particularly our political leaders can take from this terrible experience of the pandemic and apply them to climate change. Because I do think that in a lot of ways these are parallel crises. In what way I know that one of the things that you're concerned about is the there. Were people saying you have to be wary of a pandemic. We have to plan and be careful. This is a real possibility and that many politicians denied those calls to feel a little bit. The same then around the calls are being if you don't take action now. Climate change is going to destroy your country's your economies your your way of living that maybe finally there's a chance of people think actually. Let's build a bit more wary about this. Yeah absolutely I mean. These are both crises that scientists have been warning us about in increasingly dire terms for years and years decades in fact in certainly the case of climate change and for the most part our political systems in our political leaders have not really responded and not amped up the necessary preparations so I think that that is a very clear parallel and I you know I hope from this experience of the pandemic. Maybe we will learn. I hope to sort of listen to what scientists are telling us and I think even more specifically than that actually both of these problems are situations of exponential growth and even a weaker two weeks ago when the number of cases for example of Corona virus in the UK was fairly small. The danger was not the sheer number. The danger was the rate of growth. And that is the case with climate change to just as we've seen the number of people falling ill with covet going up and up and up and up so rapidly on this kind of terrifying curve trend line we are seeing that with climate change as well as carbon emissions go up up up and in both cases. There's a lag. There's a time lag where the damage is being done. But you don't actually see the impact sort of out in the world outside your window right away and I think in the case of Kobe. It took a little while but we have now finally learned that you have to act aggressively before the catastrophe is visible. Because once the catastrophe is visible it will be too late to headed off and that we have belatedly. Now I think learned that lesson with Corona virus. And you know. I think it's very concerning that. We don't seem to have learned it yet for climate change so if we can look at covert and see that the danger is that when you have a situation of exponential growth like this you have to act before you can see the damage already being done you know if we can apply that to climate change. I think that would be a really important lesson to
Senate Passes $4.6 Billion Border Aid Measure
"Lawmakers on capitol hill are now able to pass a piece of bipartisan legislation u._s._a. radio networks timberg has the story the house is sending president trump a four point six billion dollar humanitarian aid packet speaker of the house nancy pelosi says it's important to get emergency funding to those who need it to make sure that the resources needed to protect the children are available republican mitch mcconnell says what was the hold up in the first place they've been talking for two months about this humanitarian crisis it should not have been as
Texts Show Hannity Gave Manafort Sympathetic News Coverage
"Be aligned in their mission hannity addressing the news on twitter of saying my view of the special counsel investigation and the treatment of paul manafort have been made clear every day to anyone who listens to my radio show or watch t._v. show for u._s._a. radio news i'm robin will landscape are you tired of high cable t._v. rates sign up for dish today and get a five hundred dollar bonus offer while supplies land plus lock in your price for two years guaranteed call all american dish your dish authorized retailer now hundred six one zero five seven three nine eight hundred six one zero five seven three nine that's eight hundred six one oh fifty seven thirty nine authors required gratification twenty four months early nation auto page which apply call for details quite the commotion in california where a top horse trainer band after another horse is u._s._a. radio's timberg explains thirty horses have died at
Top members of Congress huddle with Trump on Iran
"More now on our top story as lawmakers meet with President Trump at the White House to discuss the ongoing esscalation with Iran USA radio's Timberg with details. Congressional leaders on Thursday got a classified briefing regarding the increasingly tense situation with Iran, this after Iran shot down and unarmed. Military drone speaker of the house, Nancy Pelosi talking with reporters after that meeting how we feel full from here has to be strategic and smart. As an enclose aligns with their. Allies that we have a common interest in the region. We know that the high tension wires up there and we must do everything we can not to escalate the situation of also to make sure that. Personnel in the region are safe Iran, the drone shut down because it was an international airspace, but speaker Pelosi and the president both say that it was clearly an international airspace, for USA radio news. I'm
FBI tests minibar samples at Dominican Republic resort
"What in the world is going on in the Dominican Republic where American tourists are dying on vacation, the cause of these mysterious death still not known, but FBI agents reportedly looking into it. Here's USA radio's Timberg with the story. The FBI is reportedly analyzing alcohol samples from at least one minibar at one of the resorts in the domin-. And Republic to see if the hotel booze is. In fact, a blame for the country's recent string of tourists deaths, former DC homicide detective and Fox News contributor Ted Williams says what he'd be doing if he were in charge of this investigation if I were ended Dominican Republican, I was conducted an investigation, I wouldn't bring in, in the fending forensic pathologist in Kentucky conduct autopsies to try to determine what on these various individuals died. Oh for USA radio news. I'm Timberg date. At least nine people have died there on vacation. Dozens more getting sick. This is USA radio
Trump Plans To Replace Obamacare With 'Phenomenal' New Plan
"The Trump administration still looking to replace ObamaCare USA radio's Timberg with details. President Trump is talking about a health care overhaul. He plans to introduce to replace ObamaCare. Senate majority leader, Republican from Kentucky. Mitch McConnell tells FOX and friends that even Democrats have abandoned ObamaCare and are looking forward to the president's plans keg. Look at the Democrats, they're walking away from ObamaCare and say I wasn't enough. They wanna do Medicare for all, which would eliminate one hundred eighty million Americans private health insurance. Did they like clearly they're walking away from ObamaCare, this space there for the president advocates, something that we're looking forward to seeing what he recommend Republicans have tried multiple times to repeal ObamaCare when they can. Role congress, but we're unsuccessful
Hogan Gidley: Media Coverage of Trump's 'Dirt' Comments Misleading
"The White House reacting to mainstream media spin on President Trump's interview with ABC's George Stephanopoulos, who for years worked to the Clintons, and now is the host of ABC's this week program USA radio's Timberg with the story. The white is don't playing President Trump suggestion that he'd accept help from a foreign government to win the twenty twenty election deputy press secretary HOGAN, Gidley tells Fox News at the president's comments were edited book. I wish that the media would take the time to look at the full clip I was standing just feet away from the president and his exchange with George Stephanopoulos. It was very clear. The president said, if there was wrongdoing. Of course, he turned over the FBI. That's absolutely ridiculous for USA radio news. I'm
"timberg" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"The US women's soccer teams swamp tyrant, thirteen to nothing on Tuesday the biggest ever margin in a World Cup. USA's Timberg has more while there's plenty of highlights to go around for a lot of the ladies, there's also some backlash arguing that Americans throttle, the lesser opponent and the celebrations after each goal, where either unnecessary or unsportsmanlike US women's coach Gillette, though, says every goal is important. This is a world championship. So every team that's here has been fantastic to get to this point. And I think that to be respectful to opponents is to play hard against opponents. And it is Alex suicide tournament where goal differential is a criteria and star forward, Alexis Morgan's take on if the US ran up the score. We have to look at the group stage as every goal counts, and it was important for us to continue to go. But I think for, you know, for these twenty four teams great opportunity for prolonged, showcase what they've worked their entire life towards on Twitter. Former US national men's team member. Taylor says he'd been have a problem with score. But the celebrations are left a sour taste in his mouth coming up on Sunday. The US will face Q a match at noon eastern time and actually Chile is rated less and lower than Thailand. So this game could also get very interesting for the US and, and we could have the same situation here for USA radio news. I'm Timberg for USA radio news. I'm Wendy king. Business content. I mean, if you did like business content, you wouldn't be listening to this show. Right. What if I can give you even more of what you like, now we've never met, but I'm willing.
Ex-Wall Street Trader Explores Inequality in New Book
"A man leaves Wall Street to document what what it's it's like like to to live live life life on on the the streets. streets. He He was was radio radio networks networks Timberg Timberg has has the the story story Chris Chris are are Nadi Nadi began began to to document document poverty poverty and and addiction. addiction. And And the the Bronx Bronx he he began began by by interviewing interviewing and photographing and becoming close friends with homeless addicts. And spent hours in drug dens and McDonald's. He then started driving across America to see how the rest of the country compared he chronicles all this in his new book, titled dignity seeking respect and back row. America, he talks to Fox News. More about some of the research he did for his book. I went to call stigmatize neighborhoods, neighborhoods that are poor neighborhoods that have a reputation for having crime that let me to the South Bronx, and I went into one particularly hunts point where people told me not to go. And when I got there, I realized what they told me was wrong community are not. He also says on Fox News if you really want to see what America's like you should check out to McDonald's people stigmatize. Mcdonald's look down on it. But what I found and I used to be that person, but over the last seven years, because I've been spending my time with people who often living at the margins of society. I found McDonald's was a place that really welcome people people who generally don't get welcomed by society, people who would otherwise be kicked off the college campus, people who are suffering from addiction, people who might be homeless. They can go into. Donalds and they can find a moment of peace. They can be left alone. They can get the WI fi. You use your computer and also find other friends to talk to for USA radio news. I'm
John Dean Cites Parallels Between Watergate and Mueller Probe
"To Washington DC. Now we're a key figure from the Watergate era back in the nineteen. Seventies John dean takes center stage at a hearing on Capitol Hill regarding Bob mothers Russia investigation. And it's finding of no collusion USA radio's Timberg with the story. The House Judiciary committee begins more hearings down special counsel, Robert Muller's probe of Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election. The guest on Monday was former White House counsel, John dean, who worked during the Nixon administration and Watergate scandal in the White House committee. Ranking member congressman Doug Collins Republican from Georgia says we've seen this old song and dance before is very difficult for one of the witnesses here tonight for many of us who can actually trace the distrust in government back to the witness here, today, the seventy star of a function if I'm I'll take it a little bit further for those of us who've been looking into this for a while. And wondering how we got started here and for those. Who discuss the fact that many on our committee on our side, discuss the fight of the corrupt Gamal will we see strong page McCabe? Call me and others. How we actually got started here? I believe that they have the godfather here today for USA radio news. I'm Timberg
Stay Safe On Vacation With This Hotel Trick
"Taking vacation this summer. USA's Timberg has tips on how to stay safe as many people gear up for that summer vacation. What can you do when you're traveling on the road to keep yourself safe? I had a chance to catch up with Jason Hanson. Oh, he's a former CIA officer security specialists in New York Times bestselling author, one of the things I asked Jason was what you can do one tip. You should remember. If you're traveling over the summer. I don't want to say something, so simple, especially true of women. If your wife is check into the hotel all or girlfriend, whatever is a lot of places especially overseas, people case hotel off, so woman checks, in whatever you check in Representative always says, how many keys would you like your real? Well, you save one than the no, you're single. So anytime I check into a hotel personally and a lot of time, traveling along. I always ask for two hotel, keys that way, they think there's somebody else in there. They know I'm not alone. So it'll be hard power. Get on. So let's just one simple thing. Anybody can do is always request to. Even if you're
"timberg" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Awesome for answering all our questions. I hope you have a great night. All right. Thank you. Thank you. That just came to you. Liberally? Literally after all of this beat around the brush. Just thought this. A stall of the urinal is all I had. If finally occurred to me that we could probably get the answer. We're looking for. I thought she was going to say, Pat, I don't know if that was her connection, but her her voice was changing throughout throughout the call for sure. Seventy seven five seven nine one zero two five Jan never had sex before. That's that's interesting sixty years old cubic. What do you do? I mean, that's Mike and forty years. Yeah. We just talked there. Mica man. I don't know. Drives me or anything. But I you know, I mean, it doesn't Dr Jennifer she's made it this far. She's fine. Check associations happy. She's thinking about other things. Yeah. Important dinner tonight. Whatever's on the table. Oh, I'd like a comment on it's. Okay. But I think it is. Okay. Wait, hold on one. Second. You think you want to say it isn't? Okay. But it is. Okay. Well, there's levels to this level as we all. I think have agreed pretty much. Okay. If somebody we're okay with other people doing it. Right. But what about your kid? Well, you know, I have no kids. But maybe if I did it'd be on someone's ten somewhere anywhere, San okay? Seventy seven five seven nine one zero two five to live who are you? Hey, I'm Bob Bob Timberg Cup. What's up? I just wanted to say please make that the clip of the day with Jennifer, I've never laughed so hard in my life. We are some morons. Probably a lot of people are sitting there screaming at the radio ask the name. But it never occurred to so in it, you know. Yeah, you're too. You're too involved. You know, you're in the weeds. Sometimes she a quarterback you. Hey, run out of bounds or another bounce of the ball way. You know, he's not listening. He's in the action. Now, I understand why JR Smith tried to call a timeout when they didn't have any timeouts left. You know, he he thought the game was size? He thought is going to run out the clock. I will say all those games that we played for. He couldn't gas. The I actually had no idea that was I ride no clue whether it was male or female, I was convinced. There was a dude. And then the more we started doing the the more. I started changing my mind seventy seven five seven nine hundred to five I thought she was female right away. But the more she talked the more. She talked me out of it till she said her name was Jennifer. Hey, how you doing drew got nothing guy? What's up? Live doing brother. Good to hear. What what you did ask was moral question personally. I would not do my daughter. It's not. Okay. Right. But I was stationed in key west a mother daughter stripper team. Man. That's something else. Mom daughter strippers, his mom dot porno. Yeah. There are there are. Well that brittney Gastineau remember her. She was on a show with her mom was the name of that. Corner show. No, remember, Mark Gastineau the football player. No was his daughter was like on some reality show. I think am I wrong on this one. What's her name? Brittany gastineau? I thought. ITT NY brittney Gastineau. Yeah. She was a socialite. And she was on that. She was on some show with her. Mom, lisa. And I don't remember what the whole point of the show was. But I think that they had some sort of weird like. Yes, the mom was the manager and two thousand five series was eventually dubbed t girls t girls like transgender it the first season chronicled mother and daughters quest for love and New York City as well as formal the Gastineau girls. That's right. It ended up being called the girls that was the evolution and got her that she reminded me of tra- shell from real. Radials ever alive? Hello. How are you? Totter third and neighboring county, and I have a daughter who's twenty to keep begging me to do her wash shot. Okay. Okay. Hold on one second. So your daughter would like would like some some sexy shots done. And and and you don't really feel good about taking who does. She want them done for. Is it a is it a man a man in her life? She's wants to sell. That is. That's okay, right. She just wants to show her boyfriend who goodies. Yeah. Well, he just do this behind closed doors. I have no orelon or desire to photograph those goody, dude. I would I would go as far as the say this situation is worse than the story. We've been talking about Herkus those pictures, go out to the masses to Joe schmo. Who knows these pictures are going to her potential future son-in-law, but he's probably going to pleasure himself to do. God knows what with it. That's all in the family. This is worse. He's probably not doing his when he comes in the little crappy green. The jokes. You don't like this. I do actually I love him. But I'm not going to be a part of getting him. Why do we need the bedroom shots again? Why why is that essential? No idea. You take you take shots of women, but you won't do. But you won't do what a Syria set for your daughter is your daughter and Instagram model. She she has an Instagram page. With the modeling yet. Right. I mean, this is for this Instagram insurance for the lakes five hundred this. How dirty do some of the photos that you do? How dirty did they get? Right. Like, they like are are there knuckles disappearing like what's going on? No, okay. Just tasteful boudoir shots. Yes. Tasteful due tomorrow. It's tasteful nudity. It's not would you shoot me. Now. Of course, I'm thinking about getting some good war shots done on single now. And I'm trying to market myself to a very specific very specific brand of female. Let me get some boudoir shots done. They gotta be cheek spread the. Yeah. A wide shot. But cheeks spread you're gonna wanna use some flash because it gets dark. How about you? Come in the studio you do Drew's boudoir shots than John will do your daughters deal. Would you would you come in our studio and visit? So you could directly through my very first boudoir sitting. Absolutely, oh, hold on one second. We gotta get her information. John tucker. Would you you want to do a boob war on the air? Yeah. Like a rose between my teeth. And then that's all nothing else. You you don't wanna wear anything. No. This is naked as the day. I came into this world, and what is this for your tender profile shot her decided to get back on the dating apps. You just wanted to do your banking on the fact that she's hot. Yeah. Wakes up. What do I I don't know? If that's I'm not really a boudoir man, but your finger in your mouth is definitely interesting as that is this for guys or girls are just whomever never would love to gaze upon my artistic vision for myself and my body. Did you shave the middle part of your chest? Yes, why? Because there's gray hair that grows right there. Visibly? You could tell it doesn't match. Why? No. But it's better than a gigantic tarantula. Smooth patching, your check. I know if I don't if I don't shave that which usually shave all of it. There's a giant gray Patrick the women. Love the salt and pepper. They love it up here. They don't like it on the chest. I don't know. I don't feel good about it being there. I don't feel good about what I'm looking at it. I just feel if you've got to let it let it breathe. That's you know, I don't like it data shave Pat for me to do the EKG yesterday. It's not a good look trust me sort of happen. Just like a giant gray tarantula Bush, John you liked the fact that he just shaves the patch of Jessica if I if I don't shave like take the gray hair off right here..
"timberg" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"He would say radio's Timberg has more democratic presidential hopeful in California. Senator Kamala Harris was holding a town hall in South Carolina when she was asked about the debt continuing to rise and Medicare for all. You said you support Medicare for all and the green new deal simultaneously? We have a twenty two trillion dollar national debt and at one point two trillion dollar deficit. How do you square that circle we have a tax Bill that got passed that gave a trillion dollars to the top one percent and the biggest corporations of America? And they need to give that money back. The pope is begin addressing the abuse of children by clergy members. USA's Chris Barnes has more calling child sex abuse in the Catholic church an urgent challenge. Pope Francis spoke Saint Peter's Square on Sunday morning telling Catholics to pray for the upcoming child-sex summit at the Vatican. Bishops from around the world will gather at the summit Thursday through Sunday to discuss the protection of minors in the church. The pope calling the summit active pastoral responsibility in the face of an urgent challenge of our time. The summit comes after Francis. Defrock former cardinal American Theodore mckarrick over sex abuse, allegations, the eighty eight year old character I cardinal ever to be defrocked for sex abuse for USA radio news. I'm Chris Barnes for USA radio news. I'm Wendy king. Seven one one. Damn celia. A nation that is on the biblical principles and the values and the ethics found in crucial financial issues that you need to know. But I think it's time we ask ourselves if we still know the freedoms that were intended for. Host. Welcome back financial issues, Syria. It's great to be here. Eight four four seven zero seven fifty five.