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"tom world" Discussed on Defocus Media
"That are nineteen and under sixty five and older there. I examinations are fully covered Every year it's important to think about where you practice because if you see a lot of ore hip Patients so in your day you might see a lot of governments covered istan which you don't actually get paid the same amount as you would when you see a self paying. So i think that's a big difference too in ontario course on if you are seeing tons of oh hips at one place and compared to another where you just see self. Hey you can make a lot more in that either location and so in the states they have different types of insurances that you cover so i know that they make you take certain insurance types see that demographic of patients and you get paid differently depending on the procedures or you're billing for procedures rather than you know they're just standard full exhumed fee. That's where i see the differences for sure. Yeah so kim. Speaking of like the different scope of practice across the provinces and we just kinda discussed insurance and salaries and everything what resort says. Did you use to help. Adjust to canadian optometry. The the canadian. Tom world graduating from optometry school. So how did you find out all this information about like oh hip the insurance salaries and there definitely was a transition process but is not It's not that hard to manage. Luckily i lived here in ontario. Before i went to the states of coming back i was a little bit more familiar with it but i do have some suggestions for those that are transitioning on number one. You have to be very corrected. End number two. You have to stay connected. So what. I mean by being proactive. Is that so. I know i went to the states but i am planning to come back to canada so before even getting my license or before knowing my board exam scores i already reached out to all the neighborhood clinics that i knew i might want to practice that.
"tom world" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"One of 71 everything entertainment. Yeah, boy. So look here. Here's my story, okay? Sometimes. I will write a note on my hand so that I will remember it either later in the day or the next day. Yeah, Right. Right. Right, right. Hello. Yeah, I used to do that all the time. If I don't have a piece of paper, but I You have a pen nearby. I just write something on my hand. Well, such was the case on Saturday morning. I was going through some stuff. And wrote a note on my hands. Problem. Woz, um Woke up in the morning and it was faded obviously, because I washed my hands at some point. And I look at it and the note, says Tom Pick 40. I'm like Tom pick 40, who's telling pick Faro Sounds like yeah, like a word jumble where we have to unscramble the letters. Tom World, Tom pick 40. So unlike what? Who is Tom pick 40. Is he? Someone I went to school with in my sister mentioned him on the phone. Was I talking to two old one? Uh, come pick 40, So I'm like I have no idea. No clue. Until about an hour later I go. Oh, Lum pick for Oh, no. If I say this out loud enough. Well, I unscramble it. No, no, You'll never get it or tomorrow, so I had come across a photo. Of a friend, Okay? Named Tom. Um And I wanted to give it to his mom who I call O Short for Olivia. So I wrote down Tom pick 40 for Olivia, but I'm looking at it going because pick for Oh was just all one parts. I'm like Tom pick Faro. Can I go to school with this guy? No, but it took me a good hour and I was like, Oh, thank God. Because I would have been walking around going. It's anybody know, Tom pick for you would have turned into a street babbler who was just stopping random people. Look, lady, I'm just here to get a pizza. Have you ever heard of Tom pick for a time pick Pharrell? If you work here, ma'am, we've asked you three times. The police leave the street Babbler s. Oh, that's my dumb story. I got him to be. There seems to be no shortage of them in the past couple of weeks. Yeah, Anyway, At some point, it's gonna pass the funny threshold and go into it. Just the tea. MIT worry. So, yes. I just I found out today that don and I had the same weather man and she grew up in New Jersey. And I grew up all the way, right? Really? This is like earlier we were talking about. You couldn't believe that the same show was on different channels you Donna couldn't believe grown up in jersey in New York that we all got Letterman or we also al broker. Um Care to say this person's name. You don't have to. Me. Yeah, Let's talk about the AL broker part. I was making fun of her because earlier I was like, okay, I grew up out here. Watching our broker to you know, also worked at W. A. B. C. Which was the local channel Okay before moving on to the Good morning America Well, I'll tell you this. If I have your undivided attention we got you're here. We're here. Yes. Yes, ABC. Or is he NBC? Maybe ease NBC. I'll broker Yeah. NBC's NBC's Today show. He's today show. Okay, Yeah, GM is Ginger zee. Oh, that's right. He was from Minnesota. I did not know that or Wisconsin. Mm hmm. Either way. There. I spent my summer when I was 15 turning 16. So what is that? 98? Yeah, Yeah, yeah, 98. I think I spent it here and there was think back to 1998. There was a popular FM radio host at the time. He is no longer in the twin cities and anyway, just chill out. Will you just chill out anyway? I'm listening to me. I'm listening to this guy on the radio. And he's like working hit music stuff. Anyway, I then go home and I II go home in a few months later in Pittsburgh on B 94 as I recall, maybe variety 96. Whatever it was, I hear him. I hear him and I'm now in Pittsburgh, not in Minnesota. And I thought Is this the same? Person. Give us a call. They say I call in and this person. Answers the phone and I said Is this you? Yes. I said I was in Minnesota this summer and listen to you there, But now I'm calling you from Pittsburgh. Are you in Pittsburgh here? I'm all over, kid. Whatever it was, I don't know. And then it goes away. That was a real mind bending moment for me that I in Pittsburgh could hear the same guy that I listened to during my 15 year old summer here in Minnesota. Is he doing in Pittsburgh? He was syndicated hit. The show was syndicated at that point, but I couldn't wrap my head around, and he clearly wasn't ready to put me on the air for me to break down, But I'm in Pittsburgh. Are you still there? You hear God? That's hey was well known. He was well known. And then I came back in this years later and he was still here on. I thought out, my gosh. How about that? I should I should bump into him and tell him he'll really enjoy this. He wouldn't have Huh? I'll tell him for you, Donna. What? Don't make it personal. I won't say this person's name. Let's call him. Um don't Timmy be Timmy Bumble bee friends? I don't know. A bumble bee. Good body kids to be bubble be boozing around Morning, Steve. Anyway, anyway, thank you for sharing that story. I was going to share a story that I saw on Buzzfeed. But I don't think we have the time. Maybe we'll do it later. Question tomorrow. Huh? You onto? It has to do with weird things that your family did when you took confession for tomorrow. I love it. I love it. Steve. I love it has to do with weird. You can think on it now and then call us tomorrow. It's something weird. Your family did that you thought was totally normal. Until you found out. It wasn't Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Oh, yeah, no. Well, that started some weird it somewhere. I was experimenting with my voice. It was no longer related to the question. Okay. Hey, let's play a game together because, But Donna and I are both appear to be operating at a high level today. So let's zip in our wits against one another. The game is called the College of Pop culture knowledge. We played every day here at 10 30 on the Donna and Steve Show. I am Grant is your game maker and he chooses the topic. Donna and I are not in the know. And so we play together and then you have an opportunity. Winner price If you want. You could give us a call right now at 6516411071, Can I get a score? Yeah, the score right now. I believe it's ah, I think signing to seven it is. Oh, you're here. Steve pulled up yesterday with his knowledge of TV show game show host Donna, you're behind Big Mo is on my side Have that big of a gap. We need to weigh need to shorten the gap. It's a one game gap right.
"tom world" Discussed on Life of an Architect
"In my mind I, don't read it and I destroy it. Absolutely. That's what I do. So I talked to my husband about it and his perspectives kind interesting he mentioned that. The philosopher Marcus Aurelius of sounds. ATLANTA. Spain. Obviously. No also. Anyway he kinda predates that a little bit but I can't I always think of like I principles clarity but Marcus Aurelius essentially I think posited a thought experiment where he said okay, you're told that you're gonNA either die tomorrow or the day after tomorrow and he reasoned from this that only the most crazy person would beg for the day after tomorrow over tomorrow in that, you get your affairs in order you say your goodbyes that's. Really, the the day after Tom World begging is really not productive, and then he concludes from that. Marks That's really the situation that humans are in any way and we're really were begging for the day after tomorrow or making the best use of the time we've got. So I don't know that I get. No don't read the book I think Okay Andrew. So you've got to nose well and I'M GONNA. Be I'm even I think a little more of an existentialist on this is that it's a no in I'm not even tempted to interesting I don't really. I don't really care and maybe that's because in my mind. It's the things that you guys are talking about. How if I read the book would change happening or even if the sense in this magical word, I couldn't change anything right if it was all just faded to be that way and there's no way I could change it I mean it doesn't matter it's not. something. I would want to know I think like even if you accept that you don't change the physical outcome, not going through the same process of uncertainty does maybe damage to your soul like I. think that's my fear. We'll say for example, you said if you would a known in your twenties that you would have had this fulfilling career if you could read that but. I mean in my mind had you read that you would have been like a cool now I don't have to work so hard to have to try so hard right do these things. Now. We're talking predetermination. Yeah. The idea that we're. And that's what I'm. That's why I would just be like no I'm good I don't really because what's going to happen is going to be. From. The decisions that I make in I, WanNa make those in the moment city. That's interesting because you identified it like a way that could be negative and that Bob did to wear maybe you alter things because you know you end up being tempted to alter things in a bad way. But in some ways I really think there are situations where I mean for our situation in our health imaginary this with is all about. About totally legit that presumes that that uncertainty in the president leads to bad outcomes in the future when sometimes. Leads to good outcomes let hard work or work ethic. So I don't know what my future's going to be their farm in a work harder to make it be good. But what if it's a negative? I'm afraid of the future and so it cripples me with fear when if I knew it would work out. Okay..
"tom world" Discussed on Debate Amongst Friends With Doc & Prof
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"tom world" Discussed on WJR 760
"Great Lakes, 7 60, W. J. R and A voice that tells you and gives you direction Donald the Hammer Schuester and that phone number is 808 590. W. J. R, So jot it down and put it in your phone call us 808 590957. That's exactly what our next caller from brightened it with a question about his refrigerator. This is Tom. Good morning, Tom. Thanks for calling. How may we help you? Good morning. Happy holidays. Thank you. I'm in the market for a refrigerator and I'm working for 30 cubic Foot one, and there doesn't seem to be a lot of thought that you said that G e was a good one. And Frigidaire and I met the third one that you recommended, but I haven't been able to find a lot of 30 cubits foot And looking at a lot of the money inside the ice maker takes up almost a third of the shells on the first two shelves that comes through That part of it so I'm working for room. Now Tom World pulls the other name that I mentioned. That's number one in your statement. Okay, so yeah. G E Frigidaire World pool. Now let me ask you. Why do you want something so big? I was a firefighter, and I have a dependency to overcook. O. Okay. All right, so subzero makes a bright refrigerator. Been around for years as well. And there's another one other big, big name. Very expensive. And my gosh, Here's what happens with age, okay? You forget things. So subzero is a big, big name and very expensive. I might add. But they last a lifetime. And you want to go? You want to go? Look, you've been over to bright you, Tom. You're in Brighton, right? Well, take a drive over to hide all ofthe appliance in Chelsea. It's not far from you, and they sell in service and do everything there in Brighton as well. Let's stop by hide Lof appliance in downtown Chelsea. And they've got some beautiful refrigerators there. That fit the size requirement that you're asking for Tom. Would you spell that? H E y d E l A U F F Okay? And that's on Main Street there, right by the Zachary, right by Gypsies Mixed right die. The railroad tracks. Okay. I'm seeing that they've been there since 1928. That little white building? Yes. And let me know, Tom, how you make up what you buy. I'd like to know. Okay. Thank you very much again. Have a good holiday. Don't need too much steak or during too much beer. Well, the drinking beer is all done from the past. OK, so I'll stick with the pop for a while. Take care, Tom. Take care, buddy. Joe, Might you be in the mood for a success story regarding a freezer that's been repaired? Probably thanks to you from Westphalia, Michigan. This is Joe. Good morning, Joe. Thanks for calling And how may we help you? Good morning. I called last week about Upright, freezing, frigid air that wasn't working. I had capacitor, but I couldn't tell if it was any good or not, you could get at it. I'd be the capacitor. Start device or thermostat? Yeah. Well, I went to an appliance store. I called him in Lansing, Michigan Electric appliance parts. They said they were able to check it. They checked the capacitor. That bathroom was good. Instead of the start device was not clicking. That's probably It was the start device. It would be quick ing the motor couldn't start. So he suggested the thermostat. And I did purchase a thermostat and they replace the thermostat and everything works. Great. Oh, I'm glad to hear that. I'm Hello. And thank you for having the program it I left Do it every Sunday morning. Now Westphalia is not far from Lansing. Right, Joe? That's correct. On that day there, But the store's about 25 miles from where I lived was the name of the story You want to, you know that. Electric appliance part really? Joe. You just put in that they were 40 some years. Yeah, they've been around for a long time. I remember them. I once lived in Lansing. May. Maybe it's 40 years ago, but I want to live Then there when I was just a young man. Thanks for the phone call. Joe was very nice of you. But all you do you take care that's like a little pause in the action here and pay the rent Come back with more information. Right here on the home and appliance radio program. Keep it super glowed. News Talk. 7 60 W. J. R In about 40 minutes. Joe is going to be talking to Kurt Presley is with Dalton Environmental cleaning. They do air duct cleaning dryer vent cleaning. They all help people with problems regarding rate on and vapor and mold. Another environmental air quality issues. But you'll be talking to Kurt Presley. That's around 7:57:52 A.m. or so, thiss morning. Uh, phone number to call us if you'd like to call us with your question is 800. 8590 W. J. R That's 808 590957 up. Lemon will be talking to Jim from ST Clair Shores, Bob from Chatham, Ontario, Tom from Elmore, Ohio, and we could be adding you to that list of callers. 808 590957. I am Donald the Hammer, Houston. And we're just moments.
"tom world" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Best episode ever. It's best of the week Saturday on my top 171 Next up on the agenda. There was some of we forgot. Tio acknowledge got an Emmy nomination because we get all excited about. You know the acting ones and getting involved in the numbers, but Leah Remini, her show For a Scientology. The aftermath got nominated again for enemy Good for her. Yeah, so it's their fourth and final nomination. They got nominated every single year and they did win. Last year. And, of course, all the people who told those stories that was such a great show, and I know last week you sent me a little thing just to let me know. Hey, you might be going on vacation. But Tony Ortega is coming on our show, and I'm like, I love you and I know he's so good and what Scientology thinking There's another show talking about the relationship between that Um, John Travolta and Kelly Preston. And that we always thought John was the diehard Scientologist. Is Kelly this Kelly? He was in that at one time. One point when Lisa Marie Presley left Scientology in 2014 he reach out to John Travolta and said, Come to my side release. Marie did come to my place in Hawaii and you can be free and be who you are, you know? Ray kind of talking, but You know if he's homosexual, or, you know, or just just getting away from the handed for years, we had massage stories and all that, so and he was just talking about that. All right. And so that's how the further we got. But he had this in his about this whole thing that came out is just today. Unbelievable. Okay, so, Tony or take if you go to just turn her take a dot com You can read the whole excuse the Scientology expert for years for years, the village voice he's covered. He's very Deep good investigative journalist. And if anything, it's essential reading anything about Scientology. Gotta followed Tony Ortega? Yes, And it was actually yesterday afternoon. Where he posted when Leah published her 2015 memoir. She held back a chapter about Tom Cruise and his connection to Scientology's history of spying in retaliation. Now, and Leah says that the reason why she and Balan time publishers Yeah, agreeing to leave out the Tom Cruise chapter as it relates because there were stories in there about But as it relates Tio Scientology's history of spying doing this quote unquote black game. All this just really unbelievable. Albert. What religion does this? I mean, nobody. But he held back that particular chapter. It involved Paul Haggis and also involved His publicist, Pat Kingsley, and I'm cruises, public publicists. And she says, and Ballantine said that they agreed that they did not want the book to just be about Tom Cruise. That's what they're saying. I don't know if I necessarily believe it. I think maybe they were more afraid of the Highlanders and his lawyers that retailers to stories but they've posted it. Tony posted it today. And that when he conquers went to the X, So I read the whole thing. I mean, I got lost. It took me It's like 28 pages. It is fascinating how he's so so. Yeah, but, ah, basically bad Kingsley, who is the most Feared and most powerful publicist in Hollywood for 30 years, and she'd been with Tom Cruise. Basically, since almost the beginning of his career. She protected Thom Curs from the media and his Like any stir. I guess anybody's in sinks to blab or talk about or do stuff. It's all about the image. This whole making a movie star. That's what it's all about. But she was a pioneer. She was the one who said Listen, if you have enough a list clients you, Khun, you, khun, broker and barter with media. For positive pieces or not running pieces. If you leverage, everybody, that was sort of her idea was to have you won't have access to this person. If you print this on this person, so anyway, she for and she just had power and control over. Journalists. And if you screwed around with Tom Cruise you screwed around with her entire list. And when David Miscavige talk Tom Cruise into getting rid of Nicole Kidman in 2000 Yeah, but getting rid of her He knew the next person that needed to guard of Tom's world was Pat Kingsley. Because Scientologist their whole thing is, we're going to clear the earth. So all the people who are like robotic Scientologists will be running everything. I mean, it's just such a goofy thing. And Miscavige was like Tom Curs. You could be Talking and recruiting the whole time Europe promoting movies. Why aren't we talking Scientology and the benefits? That's right, And so had Kingsley had always said to Tom Curs, and this was known in Scientology. The studio's air paying for you to promote your movie. You're getting paid to go to China. There will be none of that. And I won't let anyone ask you and you're not to bring it up. Cause that's how time Curs was able to keep being a movie star and against Miscavige was furious after the last sama right, which is a Tom Cruise movie because he didn't talk Scientology at all. Didn't it off that movie? We gotta get you to fire Pat in terms of everything is going well. So then Miscavige does what l l Ron Hubbard does. And like, Let's get a dirt file. Let's find everything we can on Pat Kingsley on and then time when you go and you quit her You don't have to worry about retaliation because you let her know you've got this right. You don't have to let her know We'll do it. Tommy Davis, who's in Archer's son? He will do it and he's not. This has been what he does your organization. And apparently, I guess Tom Cruise boasted about his dirt file on Pat Kingsley. Jane and Pat Kingsley has never said anything about him. Except we do know That He let it be known that Tom fired her in person. He'd never been to her office before and that afterwards He wanted to go around and meet everyone who worked. In her office and probably worked on his projects after he fired after you fired and hired his sister. The next movie was were of the world's and even Spielberg theory. ISS Adams, he, but he jumped on Oprah's couch. You gotta fight Valley. He basically jumped the shark on his career. Would the minute she was gone from his life? Yes, right. And David mess Cabbage and Scientology kind of took over. And Yeah, and they sent Tommy Davis. Tupac Kingsley to say here is what we have on you. And so she never said anything. And then there's another story about Paul Haggis, the director of crash and how he was a Scientologist. And he was really in here, and he was 30 years he audited Tom Cruise from the very beginning. Just unbelievable. So they empower Haggis, then leave Scientology. And then Scientology. Tommy Davis. They found a dirt file on him and then threw out a fake story that he had raped someone and that followed him around for years. They're dirty. They're so dirty. I mean, I love it that she's the hole. The detail. It's a very long read. It is absolutely Tbat bleep crazy And here's this. Where did you read it? There's a quote from Leah Remini believing in this lost chapter Okay, that Tony just published and she said, I think it's time for people to start waking up to the really facts here. Tom has for years manipulated his image to be the good guy..
"tom world" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"You, service newscast which alive the Third Twenty Twenty Mike Clifford. Despite political opposition governor Tom World's coronavirus disaster declaration is still in effect and one economist urges. It might be the fastest way to get the state's economy going again on Wednesday. The State Supreme Court ruled the General Assembly can force the governor to allow. To reopen bypassing a resolution, legislators say the lockdown is costing businesses too much money and too many people have lost jobs, but mark steer who heads the Pennsylvania Budget, in policy, center says the easiest way to see the benefit of state home, orders and business closures is to watch. What's happening in states? It reopened too early in the south and southwest covid, nineteen cases are rising rapidly and while. While deaths having risen yet. We always know that there about two weeks away. He says a recent study shows e shutdown prevented two point four million covid cases in one, hundred, thirty, one thousand additional deaths in the Commonwealth I'm Andrea Sears reporting? While many other countries have substantially reduced. Duke rotavirus infections, the US sort of new record high on Wednesday with almost fifty three thousand new cases reported. And Eric Take it off reports for PM asset militia groups are combining people's fear of coronavirus and the fourth of July weekend to recruit followers states like Montana Travis Nic Adam with the Montana. Network says groups with ties to white nationalism saw an opportunity when towns across the state canceled, Independence Day events because of the pandemic, he says these groups are pitching their rage against the state tour across Montana as family, friendly patriotic events, but the speakers at these events are generally considered civic minded leaders. They're coming from the perspective that armed confrontation with the government is good creating militias to sort of harass and intimidate public officials that are trying to deal with the spread of the covid. Nineteen virus is also beneficial. The events are taking place today, through Sunday and Bill Grade Livingston in Whitehall. The rallies are part of a wider movement across the country organizing against. Against stay at home, orders aimed at preventing the spread of covid nineteen mcadam says the groups organizing these events have racist roots specifically to the white. Nationalist militia, movement of the Nineteen Ninety S, you says. Many of the speakers also have close ties to the Bundy family which led armed standoff in Nevada and Oregon. We don't think that there's value at all to helping the Bundy. Family and its supporters have the next standoff being Montana. According to mcadam, these groups act like they have wide community support. He says that isn't the case. He thinks the critics should speak up important for the majority of the community to just talk about how they view their community. This is pianist. The issue of whether to restrict abortions flared up again in Iowa this week. A judge temporarily blocked enforcement of I. Always Do. Law requires a twenty four hour waiting period before an abortion. The. Bill was passed with GOP support just before the legislature, journey, And then quickly met with a lawsuit that was filed by planned parenthood. Kristen Ford is with the group knee row. Pro Choice America. Who are hostile to the right to abortion will continue to try and gut. The promise of Roe v Wade for Nossa. Mindset runs contrary to public opinion. Twenty thousand, a Pew Research Center poll found sixty one percent of respondents said abortion should be legal in all or most cases. Groups working for Portable, Housing and Utah say the next two weeks could be crunch time for people trying to catch up on their on paid rent. Thousands of UTAHNS, either lost their jobs, or had their hours cut part of the staggering economic impact of the covid nineteen crisis until now most have been able to stay in their homes. Thanks to an eviction, moratorium and assistance programs put in place by the state. The terror rollins with the UTAH. Housing Coalition says tenants could soon run out of options earthly GONNA be in the next couple of weeks, and then nextwave will be when the are trying a lifted and well. Well, as Lynn we no longer, we'll be receiving unemployment in that extra six hundred dollars financial website self finds that statewide a Utah household has to work forty six hours a week to afford the.
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"Despite political opposition, Governor Tom World's KHURANA virus disaster declaration is still in effect and one economist urges. It might be the fastest way to get the state's economy going again on, Wednesday the State Supreme Court ruled the General Assembly can not force the governor to allow businesses to reopen by passing a resolution, legislators say the lockdown is costing businesses too much money and too many people have lost jobs, but mark steer who heads? He Pennsylvania Budget in Policy Center says the easiest way to see the benefit of state home, orders and business closures. Closures is to watch. What's happening in states? It reopened too early in the South and southwest. Kobe, nineteen cases are rising rapidly, and while doubts, having risen yet, we always know that there about two weeks away. He says a recent study shows e shutdown is prevented two point four million covid cases in one hundred, thirty, one thousand additional deaths in the Commonwealth I'm Andrea Sears reporting while many other countries have substantially reduced. Do Corona Virus Infections? The US set a new record high on Wednesday. With almost fifty three thousand new cases reported. And Eric Take it off reports for pianist set. Militia groups are combining people's fear of coronavirus and the fourth of July weekend to recruit followers states like Montana Travis. Nic Adam with the Montana. Networks as groups with ties to white nationalism saw an opportunity when towns across the state canceled Independence Day events because of the pandemic, he says these groups are pitching their rage against the state tour across Montana as family, friendly patriotic events, but the speakers at these events are generally considered civic minded leaders. They're coming from the perspective that armed confrontation with the government is good creating militias to sort of harass and intimidate public officials that are trying to deal with the spread of the covid. Nineteen virus is also beneficial. The events are taking place today through Sunday Bill. Grade Livingston in Whitehall the rallies are part of a wider movement across the country organizing against. Against stay at home orders aimed at preventing the spread of Covid. Nineteen mcadam says the groups organizing these events have racist roots specifically to the white. Nationalist Militia Movement of the Nineteen Ninety S. you says many of the speakers also have close ties to the Bundy. Family which led armed standoff in Nevada and Oregon. We don't think that there's value at all to helping. The bundy family and its supporters have the next standoff in Montana, according to mcadam these groups act like they have wide community support, but he says that isn't the case he thinks the critics should speak up important for the majority of the community. Just talk about how they view their community. This is pianists. The issue of whether to restrict abortions flared up again in Iowa this week. A judge temporarily blocked enforcement of I. Always do law. It requires a twenty four hour waiting period before an abortion. The bill was passed with gop support just before the legislature journey. And then quickly met with a lawsuit that was filed by planned parenthood. Kristen Ford is with the group knee row. Pro Choice America. Who are hostile to the right to abortion and will continue to try. And Gut upon us of Roe v Wade for Nossa mindset runs contrary to public opinion. Twenty, nine, thousand, a Pew Research Center poll found sixty one percent of respondents said abortion should be legal in all or most cases. Groups working for Portable Housing and Utah. Say the next two weeks could be crunch time for people trying to catch up on their on paid rent, thousands of UTAHNS, either lost their jobs, or had their hours cut part of the staggering economic impact of the covid nineteen crisis until now most have been able to stay in their homes. Thanks to an eviction, moratorium and assistance programs put in place by the state. The terror rollins with the Utah Housing Coalition says tenants could soon run out of options. Earthly is GONNA be in the next couple of weeks, and then next week will be when the album are trying a listed. Listed as well as Lynn we no longer, we'll be receiving unemployment, and that extra six hundred dollars financial website self finds that statewide Utah..
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"Ford versus Ferrari hangs in it third I'm been Tom world leaders are meeting in Spain to discuss how to slow the warming of the planet and they're talking a lot about China the top emitter of greenhouse gases fossil fuels such as coal gasoline and natural gas release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere trapping heat and changing the climate Cole is the biggest culprit China's policy makers are doubling down on their support for coal and other heavy industries the traditional backbones of China's energy system and academy at the same time the country is reducing subsidies for renewable energy China burns about half the coal used globally each year between two thousand and twenty eighteen its annual carbon emissions nearly tripled and it now accounts for about thirty percent of the world's total yet it's also the leading market for solar panels wind turbines and electric vehicles and it manufactures about two thirds of solar cells installed worldwide Facebook started testing it but deteriorated for the fourth consecutive month damage by trade conflicts and a weakening global economy the institute for supply management's as its manufacturing index dipped to forty eight point one last month from forty eight point three in October anything below fifty signals contraction US factories have been on a losing streak since August new orders production and hiring all drop for the fourth straight month export orders fell in November after rising in October.
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"Ford versus Ferrari hangs in it third I'm been Tom world leaders are meeting in Spain to discuss how to slow the warming of the planet and they're talking a lot about China the top emitter of greenhouse gases fossil fuels such as coal gasoline and natural gas released carbon dioxide into the atmosphere trapping heat and changing the climate Cole is the biggest culprit China's policy makers are doubling down on their support for coal and other heavy industries the traditional backbones of China's energy system and academy at the same time the country is reducing subsidies for renewable energy China burns about half the coal used globally each year between two thousand and twenty eighteen its annual carbon emissions nearly tripled and it now accounts for about thirty percent of the world's total yet it's also the leading market for solar panels wind turbines and electric vehicles and it manufactures about two thirds of solar cells installed worldwide a key vote in the impeachment inquiry I'm Jackie Quinn with in AP news minute the house intelligence committee said about Tuesday on its report following two weeks of witness testimony which could include evidence of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress by president trump more than two feet of snow has already fallen near Albany New York and the storm isn't over yet I hate driving so it's always a mass and it's cold and not find new sex abuse allegations are being filed because of new changes in state laws are Walter Ratliff reports on how this affects the Catholic Church leave a new laws in fifteen states allow people to make claims of sexual.
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"Island but was reported missing the next day the Coast Guard found his boats and they report that it's done all they can do a two week search for a missing college student has officially come to an end after the medical examiner confirms his body was found in a river just blocks from campus eighteen year old when Klinger was last seen the night of October sixth and the disappearance of the university of Portland student prompted numerous searches involving hundreds of volunteers now investigators will try to figure out just what happened to that college freshmen Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan took a walking tour of Ballard last night talking to local businesses about improving public safety many people complain about the rising crime associated with homelessness and they want more police in their neighborhood we've got to do a better job with the city of the first recognizing there is an issue we shouldn't we can't be in denial that we do have a problem and we need to deal with that problem the mayor says our budget calls for a balanced approach of improving police accountability and Human Services in ensuring public safety people who live along the Skokomish river near Shelton are nervously watching the embankment that's keeping the flood waters out of their valley you're still mostly the Eldridge well there is some water over the embankment of the Skokomish river so far so good in an area that historically floods every year as to the water flooded roadways yards in came perilously close to getting into homes but many have been raised up through the years about five feet the neighbors across three they just completed raising their house I think about three feet off the ground along with building their homes up hi how about keeping the river inside its banks right now there is an embankment that runs along much of the river it's been here for at least four decades but homeowners say it keeps blowing out flooding the valley they recently fixed it the county supplied all the material and stuff like that it all back together the army corps of engineers is going to start building up permanent embankment that'll be straighter and wider he felt a rage colonials the man arrested for throwing coffee on a toddler near downtown Seattle shopping center the summer agrees to plead guilty to a misdemeanor assault charge Francisco called her own will add this conviction to a list of more than seventy that the habitual offender has racked up over the years Denard Butler is the father of the little boy in the July attack hello good and what am I hearing on al and help you need I'm happy with call her own will spend six months in jail jail well where he'll be evaluated for appropriate mental health and drug treatment if Calderone breaks the law again drinks or uses drugs or even goes into one of the stores near where the attack happened he'll get another six months in jail with less than six months to go the state still has some challenges ahead of the twenty twenty census mark Baldwin with the office of financial management says one problem they're having is finding enough folks to actually give the census how hard it is to recruit folks for those census jobs to go door to door is extensive background check that takes a long time the unemployment rate is really low he says another hurdle and the top priority of the state census is reaching hard to count communities like role or low income households people of color renters who move frequently and those experiencing homelessness the twenty twenty census is expected to begin next March president trump made an official a celebratory announcement today at the White House after receiving word that Turkey has made the ceasefire with the Kurds permanent he then removed the sanctions imposed on Turkey and once again praised his decision to withdraw U. S. forces from northern Syria but a veteran from the northwest is openly expressing fear about the future relationship between Turkey and the Kurds almost Brian Calvert has more a majority of Americans and political leaders from both sides of the aisle still disagree with the White House decision to withdraw troops from Syria retired green beret Greg Walker is part of the descent for our aged this is a a trail of honor trust and of good friends and good brothers and sisters Walker says he trusted the Kurds with his life during his twenty years of service they said the same plan these games Kurdish men and women Arab men and women the staff are nine right now his hope that speaking out may help but congressional pressure on the administration to re think this move Walker calls these people allies had them protect us with their lives and we've done the same for them Brian Calvert colonias someone whose time twelve ten time for an update on sports from the Harley exterior sports desk the fall classic continues tonight after a bit of a surprise in the series opener here's Tom World Series game two coming up tonight after Washington headed Gerrit Cole his first loss since may the nationals beat Houston five four one Soto drove in three of the nationals runs Justin Verlander gets the start tonight for the Astros against the nationals Stephen Strasburg the Seahawks picked up safety quandary digs yesterday to help with some depth in their secondary Seattle will be in Atlanta Sunday to face the one in six falcons who may be without quarterback Matt Ryan who suffered an ankle injury in a loss to the rams Sunday the Sounders face ray also late tonight in the MLS Western Conference semifinals the winner moves on to the conference championship next Tuesday the cruise getting set for a matter what number eleven Oregon in Eugene Saturday night Oregon head coach Mario Cristobal says the team knows of the struggles his team has had against Washington state four straight losses we recognize the fact that you know what we have not done a good enough job against Washington state for the past four years home and they have a super high powered offense was some impressive skill players and a great often to line and their defense has made it really difficult for years with all the movement and all this time and that they have done so we recognize the challenge we recognize that we have to improve and probably most importantly we we recognize we have not played our best football organs of fourteen point favorite Saturday night it's a bye week for the Huskies sports attentive forty past each hour Tom on the whole the Huskies come on who's someone whose time twelve eleven granted they never tell you not to do this when you're in journalism school but a local TV reporters live broadcast from a car show certainly didn't and well here's A. B. C.'s Dave Packard to explain TV reporter angel card dean this on Sunday giving viewers of KMAX TV is good day Sacramento alive peek at the Sacramento international Auto Show hours before the doors open so no one is out here to tell me which car can I can't go into liming on the trunk of a classic nineteen fifties Thunderbird convertible I feel like a kid in a candy store without the owner because you can do anything next the open the door of another T. bird and.
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"In finals appearances a former captain of the US women's national soccer team. Welcome to the rich Eisen show Christie Pearce rampant. How are you, are you right? What is it like to step on the field representing this country in such an event like this? What does it feel pretty amazing? You know, it's the journey to get there and then, once you make that final roster and you're on that stage, the big stage, you know, there's a lot of. Pressure. All the countries are they're competing for the same thing winning that World Cup. It's unbelievable. But if to game by game that's I think the biggest pitcher of making sure don't look too far ahead. Sure. And that's the part of the process of winning World Cup by just looking around I match. Right. National anthem plan. I cannot imagine what feeling must of course you get the chills. Yeah. You're playing for your country. You know, you think about all those all the prep work leading into it. And you kind of just listened to that national anthem digest it. And then that was the blows. It's game on. So now let's talk about the, the prospects for the women's national team this time around ranked first, obviously and fie rankings, but a totally different team, even though they are, I guess, technically longer in the tooth in most about their average age of twenty eight I set the table distance and things off to you and what you think of the chances for the team this year. I think they tend to there are very good. You know, we're coming into this World Cup ready and prepared. I think we'll be peaking at the right time. We're very deep in the attacking side of the game. I think we are little lacking in depth in the defensive side as a unit. But I think overall you're going to see the US scoring a lot of goals in this World Cup, very different than two thousand fifteen which was a solid defensive unit less goals being scored. But I think with our attack with Alex Morgan, Meghan routine. Oh, Tobin heath. Their chemistry up top is going to be something special to watch, obviously leadership of people like yourself Abby Wambach not there who, who does fill that void. Fantasy Meghan repeal and Alex Morgan. I think stepping up in those difficult moments because in the game of soccer ninety minutes, there are moments where you're going to lapse, and you just matters how you're gonna get out of it, you know. And I think the players will look to those to, to really help them get through it as well as Lloyd coming on by Layton games. Well, the, the tournament starts with the host French team taking on the career Republic. That'll be on Friday tomorrow. Three eastern on f s one first match for the United States. Women's national team is against Thailand live on FOX at three in the afternoon, eastern time on Tuesdays. Is that a is that a good thing that it takes the first matches later in the first round? Kinda see the game the tournament. You know from watching it from afar. Getting used to being in France, the environment, the distractions. And I think, you know, playing against Thailand, which is a lesser opponent, so they should be able to start getting the nerves out, you know, especially with a lot of younger players on the team in the mid field. So I think it be good for them to go from Thailand and then to Chile and then Sweden who will be there their best opponent in the group stage what we know about Sweden. All right. Obviously, this is the the side that knocked team USA out of the real Olympics in two thousand sixteen. We all know what choice words hope solo had back then. What, what do you think is there is a rivalry game? Do you think get a little bit playing Sweden a lot in group stage? I definitely think it's the first time says, I think it's a rival our old coach Pierre soon Hogg, who was from Sweden, noses very well. And I think in the Olympics, you know there's a lot of mind games per se. I think in that in that game she's no longer the coach Sweden, definitely always comes after. Beat the US. I think they've heard about the US for so long that everybody's gone in for the US. Let's be honest, but Sweden has something I think extra in their motivation to beat the US, but hearing about all the time. So that'll be a difficult game. But it's group stage the top two teams advance in each group. So you'll see the US move on. And now be determining factor of who they'll meet in the round of sixteen and then onto the quarters. So who's the one in the round of the round of sixteen that lurks right now, if you look over the steering wheel, right? I think, you know, coming up against a Spain, or Canada or Netherlands are teams that we could meet in the round of sixteen all very technical teams. Spain is very organized tough to break down defensively. They have a great attack. So it's, it's going to be each game is going to be kind of a different game plan heading into from the round of sixteen on through Tom World Cup champion three time Olympic gold medalist with Fox Sports for this World Cup Christie Pearce rampant here on the rich Eisen show. Give me the name of somebody. Young player from team USA that we might be talking about a little bit more one week from today two weeks from today. Midfield. You're gonna see Lindsey her ran in Roosevelt, and their first World Cups, you know, breaking barriers. I think you're going to see them have exceptional games their experience in the fact they've, they've played in high level games, but they just haven't been in a World Cup. So I would see them be breakout players in this World Cup. And what would you say if you were on this squad to the younger players, what advice, would you give this relax? Enjoy the moment, you know, take it minute by minute. And don't look past each game because they the goal is to win the World Cup. And I think if you get too anxious to stress about getting to that final you lose your momentum throughout the game. So it's just, you know limit the distractions focus on the team in the locker room. Keep the locker room going going well and confident and just take a game by game. When you say distractions, you mean like hanging in France for a weekend or for a month. Distractions of like social media media, as well as like family and friends. That's probably the hardest thing is making time for those people are coming over to support you, but also realize that you have to like your legs job. Yeah, thank you can enjoy translator. I'm just saying there's no, I would imagine downtime here downtime because you're prepping you know once you finish that game you're prepping onto the next game and resting travelling recovering and preparing for the next opponent or let's, let's stop e so nationalistic for quick, second here else. Elsewhere outside of these United States. Give me a group of desert group of death. They so called group of death in this in this draw. Is a group of death death. I think there's you pretty much can look across the board and see the top two coming out of each group, it'll be that third. There's four third place teams that will advance but you always have to look at Germany. France England is making a run a Young Australia team that's doing very well. It doesn't matter who you meet up with. And then, you know where the US will fall into place reaching the quarters on now you were here, watching in our green room in the at the end of the last hour Pierce rampant here on the rich Eisen show and you watched the three of us draw ideas are adopted nation states. Yes. Out of our deadwood hat you have named two of the sides that we plucked out a hat. Unfortunately, Mike del to five yet to hear Christie talk about Nigeria. Much sorry, my, so if you don't mind, which could make a run. Okay. We'll say they're very athletic. They're fast. Okay. Mike so far. That's okay. And they give up. Yeah. Very athletic. So, you know, younger team come into their own longer. Team though. Mike. Have you already mucked up who who is? Group stage. So we'll see you're saying there's a chance chances the possibility. Okay. What about England England's going to do well, they've got coach and Phil novel. He's played at the highest level. He's got these girls confident ready. So you've got good one, okay. For good things to how you already talked about Spain having fun to watch. Okay. Yes. Okay. But but team USA is standing in the way say in the way I wasn't going to choose team USA out of the hat. And I hopefully wasn't gonna just choose somebody who just look at me go unfortunately that'll be quick one. I just didn't want somebody who was going to be right in the way of team USA out of Spain possibly and around sixteen by, but you never know the actor Timothy elephant shows Canada, he chose wisely candidates. Very good. They've okay. The coming along. They have Sinclair, who has like four goals away from beating Abby Wambach record. She's someone I played against for many years, very good leader. So they have a good leadership on on Canada. Who's the best competitor who ever played with, with abbey hands down your stutter Abbes? What was that show just because she has this mentality that no one else brings the game like she loves the pressure. She's able to finish and be composed in the box, and that is a sign of good athletes. Specially good forward that just is mindful of others, but she's just the triple threat. She's, you know, she's so good in the air. She's a great leader. She can finish their feet or head. She's just someone you want on your team. One of those players teammates that you didn't want to let down with your and play needed to raise your own. I was so much fun playing with advocacy being in the back being able to scream up to her on the four line as well as her screaming back to me like we had such a connection on the field in new just signs because you can't really hear self talking in a real Cup. It's so loud. So you have to just be aware body language, and that's what she brought. Like she just brought so much energy in the energy is contagious. Especially in moments when people are fearful of the unknown of making mistakes obeys right there to secure them. Well leaders don't you stop? Leading once they stopped playing and she has been leading the charge if you will alongside with the women's national team that sued the US soccer federation for equal pay, and the women's national team has generated more money and more success than their male counterparts for team USA. Why do you think there's disparity in pay?.
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"Like a little kid like the excitement that I have seen bigger. Senesi RCN. You know we talk a lot about this offense but his defense is something special in his team is really coming together. But, you know, the good part about it is, it's only June beginning June. It's got a lot of times. They're gonna hold training camp to go through, and I feel like this is really gonna come together. But I'm I'm beyond excited about an opportunity. I have to just start over. Why couldn't you be giddy in New York? Because he, he was all know, New York's at wonderful town New Yorkers the place where he became a star would he have been a star. He made that catch on Sunday night football in Cleveland. Of course, not because Cleveland was never on Sunday night football. How can we couldn't be happy in New York City and on top of it? He could have been giddy sooner if he would OTA sooner. Oh, how is that for take me great thin? Could've been. That coming can you put a topic bar underneath me, Odell should have been giddy sooner. No, no, no, no, no, no could have been giddy sooner. Now we're talking. If L says he's so giddy, and it's June. Thank you Los Angeles broadcasting center. If Odell says it's June. He's giddy. He could have been in April. Why wasn't he getting April? Why wasn't he getting in April or may? Well. Was he acquired he was acquired by then? Yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Well first day first day opened up, Freddie kitchens, giddy could have been spring giddy may rookie minicamp. Why wasn't he there with the rookies giddy teaching them gain a leader Odell could have been Getty sooner? What's his malfunction? Man. This is this is isn't the fun. Yeah. Feels good, right? Yeah. Yeah. I don't know if the folks here at eighteen appreciate a segment normal or asset. But we maybe we can we can sponsors for that. Eight. Yes like that. Okay. Let's hear from abroad, James, he took to Instagram to address this Kyle Lowry situation. I won't read the whole. It's a long post seek it out at King James on Instagram, but the photograph is of lower getting, he played the whole he played the whole video, and then had a long along explanation of his feelings, the big key. Takeaway, here is something needs to be done ASAP, a swift action for his actions. Just think to yourself, what if Kyle Lowry would've reacted and put his hands back on him. You guys would be going crazy. All cats. Guests calling for him to damn near be put in jail. Let alone being suspended for the rest of the finals all because he was protecting him. That is one thousand percent spot on correct nail on the head. Apart owner of the warriors shoved a player because the player was doing his job against his team and his team was going down the tubes in front of the home audience and he got why he got so wrapped up in the game that he shoved a player that didn't even land on him. Landed on two on two people away. But actually he he did not. He just landed on a woman behind in the second row and the fan who he could've landed on was essentially helping him get up. He did yank him on his. Pulling them up, right? But, but part, owner of the team lost his mind and shoved a player if karnal Larry shoved him back. Lebron is absolutely right. This could have escalated in something worse. So Rachel Nichols tweeted out the statement from the warriors. Basically just said, you know, Mr Stevens behavior last night's Stevens is his name did not reflect the high standards. We hope to exemplify from the organization went on to say he would not be an attendance for any other games. The bron- responded to that also. Okay, cool. But that's still ain't enough. They did exactly what they had to do meeting. The warriors getting front of it before anyone else. Plus, there are only four games left to max in gold and safe there, there should be something that bleeds into next year at le- at least the entire year. Sia. Do you know send them to, to James Dolan's Kevin? Enjoy watching it on TV. Enjoy watching it on TV the we'll see how a hefty fine on the team and we'll see how Adams. So he appears to be since he owns his own venture capital. He should be able to afford that, personally pick it up. That's just such a bad look, it could have gone in such the worst direction and any fan normally would be not only jetted from the arena, but perhaps never allowed back in the building again on the fact that is minority owner of the team who should be showing up at every game that he attends and telling people who he brings whether it's family members were friends you represent me at I represent the warriors here. So let's just all enjoy the game and make sure nothing gets outta line. That's what I would tell people if I had a piece of the team. Eight four four two four riches the number to dial. When we come back, we get set for Christie Pearce ramp own to make it here to Tom World Cup champion. Fox Sports soccer analyst getting set for the women's World Cup which will be talking about all month long as part of our relationship also direct TV, four K. And when we come back, are you guys ready to do what we did for the men's World Cup? He which is choose out of a hat the deadwood hat. Choosy piece of paper that bears the flag of the nation that we will adopt and route four has the USA one being chilled sort of, like David Hicks. It's in the David Stern refrigerator right now. That's next on the.
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"tom world" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"From New York City to the world, Tom. World. Young kids today are not drinking. Doing drugs having sex as much as or smoking cigarettes as much as their parents don't know what the supper for more anxiety something's going on. What do you make it this next generation? These are the kids that are in these are teenagers, eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred Ron in Missouri. Hello, ron. How are you? Hey area. Man. Get these days are a bunch of babies. Yeah. You know what I'm saying? They that totally reminds me of a country song. If I how am I going to know where the line is about a hundred times. Well, that's true. How do you? How do you? Learn. That's where when you're young you, try things experiment. Whatever you wanna use. You you dry things to see what? What you what you like what you don't like. I think I did. Exactly. Exactly. Yeah. We turned out. All right, right. Well, I don't know about you may have I'm. I'm still working on stuff. But that's just me whether or not I did I got. Yeah. I mean, I don't know what kind of generation this is going to be these are going to be this is going to stay with them. When their future thirty forty fifty years old. They're going to be still stressed out about stuff. I don't know. Why exactly exactly? Well. It's what people say they wanted. They don't want their kids to go out and get drunk smoke have sex take drugs, and they're not so careful get spanked. Yeah. They go ballistic. Well, that's true too. That is true. I think we all know. You know, what you don't have to beat your kids. But spank, spike, you know. Well, I just know about kids at the there was a girl that I knew in high school who was so. Her parents were kept the thumb on her all the time and the minute she turned eighteen she bolted, she ran and she also became a wild. Probably the wildest girl. I probably have ever known in my life just wild because she had a thumb honor growing up, exactly. You know, maybe we're being too wild animal for so long. Right. Maybe maybe we're putting a thumb too hard on our kids. You're getting what you wish for you want them to not drink and smoke and do all that stuff. But and then they don't and you go, wait a minute. They're not normal. You're the college professor saying, I say are are they okay? She said, no. I don't know what to say. Yeah. I think you've got a good point there. Ron thank you. What was the name of that country song? I can't think of the name of it. But the line is. What did I say oh out of our? I know where the line is. If I don't cross it a few hundred times you hundred times. About country music where they they lay out life pretty well. So. We'll we'll see we can find it somewhere. All right. Hey, ron. Thank you. Appreciate the call Benjamin Carson city, Nevada. Hello benjamin. Hi. How's it going going? Great. What do you think about? So I would call it about the subject you're talking about. I'm I'm twenty eight. I I have some children my own I've been raising and I had my first given is twenty one. So I just I feel like I have a different perspective on this. And you've been you've been looking at it and other callers like I feel like the older generations. You know, they pushed really hard, you know, for the kids to go straight into college and enter to kind of the same routine now, but it was a more structured like more strict really like proper lifestyle, you know, like in the industry fifties and sixties, right? And then people rebelled, and then and then things kind of likes like us more strict, and then and then people started running again, actually happening. Now, the parents are having, you know, their teenage years smoking and having sex and end up being rebellious and partying and the kids are growing up with parents that are still smoking pot and stuff and they're going. I don't wanna be like that. I want to. I don't want to drink. Might teenagers are at Ben. Look at it. Oh, that's not cool. I don't wanna do that. I just want to, you know, not do anything. I think you hit the nail on the head. And I'll tell you why I have I have observed over years varies from from family to family, but the kids who were the most restricted most supervised most discipline when they grew up and had kids they were much more apt to let their kids run wild because they were so heavily supervised that they're letting their kids have some freedom. So then when that generation those kids grow up and they're going. Oh my gosh. I had I had no guidance. I was Iran wild. Then they have kids and then they start saying, oh, no, no, we're gonna have rules here. And we're going I think the pendulum swings from generation to generation. What you're saying? Thank you for clarifying that up for me. No, you you laid it out. I just I it's an observation. I've had for years. And since I've got a few more years on you. I think you'll find it to your watch watch over generations. How it flips from one to the other, and it's not it's not a generational thing is family to family. Just depends upon how you were raised how you were raised will probably not be the way you raise your kids. What you're saying? Right. Because you know, we don't want to be, you know, the laws that were, you know, sometimes parents. So how were you were you? Were you raised on like, I mean, like I had I had a dad who was not in my life. You know, interestingly he was he was in and out very early age, and then pretty much on existent throughout you know, my younger years and my team. He was not there at all. So it was just mom. So now, I have my children. And and I would never, you know, not want to be there for them. Because your dad wasn't. What your dad wasn't? So never I could never do that to my kids. Now, you know. Interesting. Break the cycles with with us. It starts. It's exactly the same. It's exactly the same though, isn't it because you're not going to let happen to your children. What happened to you? The negatives. Yeah. Interesting. Benjamin. I like you call very much, you you you nailed it. Very good call. I appreciate it. As a young twenty eight year old guy. You find that song? Yeah. Okay. The so I gotta be out by forty that will give me much time. Oh, I see. I wanna play more than just the hook. Sharon in California. Hi, sharon. How are you? Great. This is your public health nurse. Oh, good. Good. So tell me about public health. The thing that I see both in the hospital in the community is that children are observing their parents and grandparents and their bad behaviors and the health consequences and financial consequences that they've endured and they were in the lesson. I'm like, well, I ain't going do that. But at the same time, the I think I think we're bringing it on the doom and gloom of of. Nuclear fallout, Dan, polluted cetera. In years, and that's making. I would be the kids are scared. They're scared. I think it takes a dumps with some common sense to put it in perspective. Well, but the problem is is that you don't have to pass a common sense test to have kids. So that that in there in lies the problem? I got we're gonna get to our break. But Sharon, thank you very much. We found that the song about crossing the line. Frankie Ballard young. Right. Stories. Stop yelling at the radio and get on the phone your way, Tom solid. Forecasts every ten minutes on the camp became morning and afternoon news bluecross blueshield believe everyone should have access to healthcare. You'll matter who you are or where you live. That's why in every state are companies are working to improve health and expand access to care from training..
"tom world" Discussed on Your Mom's House
"Is he put a show on sale at Notre Dame stadium where the football name or play? Yeah, day fighting Irish play, and it was like, I mean, it was a minute two minutes, so he's like the Grateful Dead because the people just follow. Here's the thing I was talking to a friend about the fascinating thing is like you tell me that beyond say, or Bruno Mars or somebody like that is a huge act or the stones. I'm like, yeah, of course. And I hear people talk about them all the time. He's the only guy who I've never heard. Never hear anybody about. And I know you go like what you're not, you know. Or you're not in a place where countries big, that's true. But okay, that's true to a degree, but to sell the way he sells, it's it's in every major city to is he doing LA I'm sure he will. I'm sure he will probably do like the fucking Rose Bowl, or you know people in l. a. defa yeah, they love him and he's doing. He's opening with Saint Louis. And I mean, and then basically Phoenix, I mean, those are major cities. Well, that's Phoenix close. What is he there? Oh, shit here. Let's fucking find babysitters. Get go down fly there. Let's see the plan. Our twenty nineteen on Garth shows. Tom wanna go to as many as fucking possible. Let's at the tourists come on. Let's route are touring with his eye. You all here. Y'all made history at Notre Dame says right here. Okay, y'all made history of the. He gives you the credit. You. Thank you for letting me be a part of it. I'm Tom world. Can love g j. lower case j. I wanna go to, oh, there are no events. That's good that his social media correlates to his website. Man should probably be on top of this. I want to go studio g, oh, my guy, do we just hit the jackpot? Is that Tricia fat, Tricia, fatty veggies now? No, she super fat. Lever alone come on. She was bigger back then. Now she's super fat Garth. Notre Dame field here come on. Let's see. Fat come on sometime dynasty. How pig she got, hey, we all get fat. Gentry. The twenty one minute. Him their gas. Maybe great. I'm just a nice studio g. Backstage rehearsals. Listen to that. Studio, gee, this is a stage school. Cool. Cool. Cool. I should do studio t- tours like this. Also Sirius XM channel, fifty five. Everybody welcome. There's double dad wave. Can the opening number into back. I'm gonna get Dan to kind of take it down a bit. Hey, Dan, they did for the fucking fire. You trying to be nice to Dan secured the thing down. Down. I said, fuck down Dan job. You. Started to run so funny. It was so funny guard. This is a big day inside and out all day long. So So full. full of shit, man, this guy such. I really don't believe. I don't believe me. He's not this affable. Dahlie. Pardon? That bitch is nice. Do you know? She lets people like sleep on our lawn and shit. Dahlie would she really? She's nice. Dolly Parton is nice for real. Now. It's air. The Notre Dame show is going to air on CBS on December. Second. CBS. This guy says this show was different garth's one of the very few artists on the planet worthy of staging, the first ever concert at the venerable venue. Only played through horrible. What's it called? Weather conditions. Okay. He's great. Performer talks about relate ability of Garth to the heartland God. Sorry, our guest is here really. Okay. Don't we take a quick break? Yes. Okay. Quick break. All right. And we're back the break. You never know about to happen mystery and we are joined by somebody who we've been trying to get on this show for a while. And she's finally here, please hold your applause for David Letterman. It's me David, and I'm so bummed because she usually wears her Dita's. Three was really excited to see you, and that's why I wore it. I've worn at the same night is her? No, I push the thing and tag. Well, because you look like you could be my tribe eastern bloc vibe to you. I feel like I starting opposed to my pictures and people were like, what about Kris?.
"tom world" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"Dr across good to have you back on the program it's always could be on the program next to talk to why did you decide to call your book the greatest story ever told so far well first of all it is the greatest or ever told in my mind it's the greatest intellectual journey humans of ever taken and the so far part is really important part the fact that the stories science gets better all the time and the best is yet to come so while this is a story about how we since the time of plato to the present time have changed in our view of the fundamental nature reality but the really exciting thing is there a lot of open questions and and and and what i like about science as opposed to say religion is it the story changes and it changes as we learn more why did you decide to focus on the subject tom world the building blocks of matter to tell the story the universe well because in some sense to try and understand what the that that other existential question why are we here which really means how are we here in a sense we really have to understand the nature of the particles and forces that that make us up with the last book i talked about how universe could be created from nothing but really the question in this book is in our universe how do we come to be in our universe and the really surprising thing is at a fundamental level when you understand our university realize that it's not designed for us at all we're here by a cosmic accident and that's probably one of the most remarkable developments of twenty century particle physics as i say the the with the universe from nothing one of the great discoveries was that literally nothing empty spaces a dominant energy in the universe.