35 Burst results for "Tuesday Morning"
AP News Radio
No fatalities reported in Iowa as officials plan to demolish partially collapsed building
"And Iowa apartment building that collapsed on Sunday will be demolished. Officials in Davenport say the demolition of what was once the Davenport hotel will begin Tuesday morning. The collapse injured at least one person and displaced countless residents and business owners. It's not known why the building collapsed, but Davenport fired chief Michael Carlson says investigators are searching for a cause. There's been normal rental complaints, but there has been some complaints to the structure. We issued notice and orders to have those repaired. The building owner hired their own engineering firm to direct them and the repairs needed to be made. Residents have not been allowed back inside to remove their belongings due to the building's unstable condition. I'm Mike Hempen.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Middle Schooler Shamed for Pro-Gender Binary Shirt
"We're still waiting on the video, so I know. So play the audio. Who cares? We got a radio show to get across. I hope people are watching too, but it's at least we get, here we go. And Nichols middle school, I appreciate the opportunity to speak to you today. I never thought that the shirt I wore to school on March 21st would lead me to speak with you today. I'm not Tuesday morning. I was taken out of gym class to sit down with two adults for what turned out to be a very uncomfortable talk. I was sold that people were complaining about the words on my shirt, the mature was making some students feel unsafe. Yes, resident shirt made people feel unsafe. They told me that I wasn't in trouble, pretty sure it felt like I was. I told I was told that I would need to remove my shirt before I could return to class. When I nicely told them that I didn't want to do that, they called my father. Thankfully, my dad supported him. My decisions came to pick me up. One of my shirts say, 5 simple words. There are only two genders. Nothing harmful, nothing threatening, just a statement I believe to be a fact. I have been told to my shirt was targeting a protected class, who is this protected class, or their feelings more important than my rights. I don't complain when I see pride flags and diversity posters hunk throughout the school. Do you know why? Because others have a right to their beliefs, just as I do. No one person staff or student told me that they were bothered by what I was wearing. Actually, just the opposite. Several kids told me that they supported my actions and that they wanted one too.
AP News Radio
Taiwan's Tsai says China not being 'responsible' with drills
"Taiwan's Tsai says China is not being responsible with military drills. President Tsai ing Wen has condemned China's military drills in the Taiwan strait, saying China did not demonstrate the responsible behavior of a major Asian nation. China's air land and sigils mostly ended Monday were retaliation for size meeting with the U.S. House speaker on her tour of Taiwan's official and unofficial allies, so she represented Taiwan in the world, Taiwan's self ruled island that China claims as part of its own territory, as of Tuesday morning, Taiwan's defense ministry says 8 Chinese navy vessels were still in the waters surrounding the island. I'm Charles De Ledesma
AP News Radio
N. Korea test fires cruise missiles amid U.S.-South Korea war games
"On the Korean Peninsula. I Norman hall, South Korea says North Korea has test launched a ballistic missile toward its eastern waters, the country's joint chiefs of staff said the launch was made Tuesday morning, but did not offer further details such as how far the muscle flu, a day earlier North Korea said it at test fire two cruise missiles from a submarine, the launches came after the U.S. and South Korean military began their largest combined field exercises in years on Monday. On Norman hall
AP News Radio
United Airlines flight turns around after fire in cabin
"Four people were treated at a hospital for smoke inhalation following a fire on board a flight traveling from San Diego to New Jersey. The United Airlines flight returned to San Diego international airport Tuesday morning because of the fire, passenger Anne Marie buckland tells KG TV they weren't in the air long. Probably about ten minutes into the flight. I started to smell something really bad and it just got worse and worse. Passenger Stephen Jones says some people panicked a guy next to me to seats over started to scream. The guy in first class said, oh, God put his shirt up over his face. And then I saw a flash of fire. Has entered Caroline lipinski tells KFM BTV that a first class passengers battery charger began smoking, and then it burst into flames, authorities say the crew placed the battery and especial fire bag in the Boeing 7 37 returned safely to the airport at around 7 30 a.m.. I'm Donna water
AP News Radio
Officer shot in arm on patrol in the Bronx; teen is arrested
"A New York City police officer is recovering from a gunshot wound early Tuesday morning, while officials say a 16 year old carrying a 32 caliber gun is in custody. NYPD chief of detectives James Essex says, two uniformed officers were in an unmarked car in The Bronx when the shooting happened. That said, no one gang location at hats problems in the past. Police commissioner Keisha picks it up from there. While attempting to engage two males on a corner, one officer was shot in the arm, narrowly missing his vital structures. The officers returned fire, police say there were more shots from others nearby not directed toward the cops, mayor Eric Adams. To meet young people, have too many guns in their hands. He says there must be a pathway to stop that and ensure guns are off the streets. Julie Walker, New York
AP News Radio
Southwest under scrutiny after wave of storm cancellations
"The federal government says it will look into flight cancellations by Southwest Airlines that have left thousands of travelers stranded at airports across the country. Lines stretching through airports southwest already canceling more than 2500 flights as of Tuesday morning on top of the almost 3000 Monday leaving Cara direct and Millie Carlson telling ABC 15 their stranded. They said no one's getting on a flight, a Southwest flight for four days, and they said we can't help you go home. We're going to sleep on the floor, I guess. The U.S. Department of Transportation saying it's concerned by southwest's unacceptable rate of cancellations and lack of prompt customer service, southwest blaming the weather, spokesman Jay mcvay. As the storm continued to sweep across the country, it continued to impact many of our larger stations. And so the cancellations just compiled one after another. Audio courtesy, KTRK. Meanwhile, southwest Tuesday morning cancellation rate is 62%, while other major airlines are none to 2%. I'm Julie Walker
"tuesday morning" Discussed on WTOP
"Bay bridge to lanes, check that two way traffic he tried to say on the eastbound span of the bay bridge, one land in each direction, getting to and from the shore. Ian Crawford WTO traffic. Now to storm team four meteorologist, Amelia Draper, a cold start on this Tuesday morning temperatures in the upper teens to mid 20s, but after the sun comes up, we'll warm up nicely almost 10° warmer than yesterday, with highs around 40. Mostly sunny for Wednesday Thursday and Friday quiet weather and temperatures warming to above normal on Wednesday we'll have highs near 50, we warm to around 50 on Thursday and for Friday, expect highs in the mid 50s. Temperatures remain relatively mild over the holiday weekend with a chance for rain. I'm storm team four meteorologist stimuli Draper, 32° outside the WTO studios, brought to you by long fence. Save 15% on long fence decks pavers and fences. Go to long fan dot com today and schedule your free in home estimate. It's one ten. We're hearing safety tips from officials after a 19 year old died after falling into an ice iced over pond in haymarket. Spokesperson with the Montgomery county fire and rescue Pete Perry says in this area. Any outdoor ice is not safe in our regards. He says even if it does look icy on the surface, it could be strong in one area and weak in another. Also could be some debris underneath or there could be some water flowing underneath that you don't see. If someone does fall into an iced over body of water, he says call 9-1-1 immediately and do not go out onto the ice. Instead reach throw row. So extend or throw something out of the victim that they can grab onto or row any kind of floating vehicle like a boat out to them. Acacia James, WTO P news. As we head into a new
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Mike Lee: We Will Self-Destruct as a Party, Rushing Spending Bills
"I mean, Mike Lee senator Mike Lee from Utah was on Fox business network and just nailed it. Listen to this. I mean, I think Rand Paul put his finger on it. He was on our show a couple nights ago. He said, GOP has lost any power of the purse and he said, the GOP has a masculine itself. This is not a good episode for the Republican Party, is it? No, not at all. And in fact, I'm glad you brought up the tax hikes in there, which are themselves problematic in your correct to point out that they're not getting the attention they deserve. One of the reasons that this sort of thing can happen and not get much attention in the process and Republicans can still go through the motions and vote for it devastatingly. It's because it's folded into a 4150 5 page Bill, one that was negotiated in secret by four or 5 members of Congress, held secret from the public until Tuesday morning, Larry. There's not a human alive who can digest four 1100 and 55 pages of legislative appropriations text in that short period of time. It's one of the reasons why this should never happen. Republicans, in particular, who do this, it should be asked to never, ever do it again. We will self destruct as a party if this ever happens again. Raise your right. We can't do this ever again.
AP News Radio
Powerball ticket sold in California snags record $2.04B win
"Not only one in Southern California who played the latest Powerball they could be the big winner I'm Ben Thomas with those winning numbers The jackpot ticket was sold at Joe's service center in altadena California northeast of Los Angeles the numbers ten 33 41 47 and 56 and the red Powerball was ten The numbers were drawn Tuesday morning ten hours later than expected because of participating lottery had issues processing sales The Powerball jackpot reached a record $2.04 billion the largest by far The previous record said in 2016 was just under 1.6 billion and shared by three ticket holders This time just one That person will have the choice of taking $997.6 million in cash Now or the 2.04 billion paid out annually over 29 years I'm Ben Thomas
AP News Radio
Residents clash with Chinese authorities over COVID rules
"Police in northeastern China say 7 people have been arrested following a clash between residents and authorities in forcing COVID-19 restrictions A news release from the police department in the Shandong city of Lin yai Sid public security would take strong measures against those who illegally violated the legal rights of personal protection of citizens anti pandemic measures have prompted backlashes across the country forming a rarely seen challenge to the Communist Party authority It isn't immediately clear who was arrested after the clash news of the arrest appeared on social media on Tuesday morning but were raised by the country's censors before noon I'm Charles De Ledesma
KCBS All News
"tuesday morning" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Coming away from 5 80. But once you actually make it on the 8 80 south, things are really clear as you continue on through Hayward, making your way into Fremont not seeing any delays whatsoever. Your next updates at 1258 on the traffic leader KCB S. No rain out there today, at least not until we get to tonight, but once we get towards about 8, 9 o'clock tonight, we're going to see the leading edge of the showers work their way into the north bank, and then a well organized cold front marches its way across the entire bay from that point, not clearing the south bay until we get to around 5 in the morning on Monday, which means by sunrise, the majority of The Rain from the first phase of the storm is kind of giving us a bit of a break. You're not necessarily getting rained on a whole lot for the Monday morning commute, but the streets will be slick with maybe even some ponding of water on roadways from about a half an inch of rain that will have fallen overnight. Scatter showers are going to stay with us through Monday afternoon with an occasional isolated thunderstorm, but on Tuesday, the intensity is going to pick up, especially in the morning. That's when the center of the system is going to be directly overhead and we'll have some brief heavy downpours on Tuesday during the commute that might be the biggest impact from the whole series of this whole storm. Tuesday morning with those downpours on the morning commute, we'll call it scattered showers going into Tuesday afternoon and then everything winds down as we get into Wednesday. Our meteorologist Darren peck with your K CBS KPIX 5, first alert forecast. Now is the time to rotate or replace your mattress and save up to $600 at Mancini's sleep world traffic and weather together every ten minutes on K CBS. Corey Smith, Katie O'Donnell at the editor's desk this afternoon. I'm Dan Mitchelson. Are you in the market for used firefighting truck? Megan goldsby reports
The Dan Bongino Show
The Left Compares Giorgia Meloni to Benito Mussolini
"Because that's not necessarily a popular thing with the democratic socialist crowd by the way a nonsensical term but that's for another day Over in Europe She won And the coalition of conservative parties won a majority which I believe about 44% of the vote Georgia maloney spoke proudly about God family and country ideas the left hates Antithetical to the less existence family Plus the family down the toilet bowl We don't care about the damn family The country country only matters if it benefits our power structure God They don't do God your God's the state shut your mouth So here's playbook this morning I want you to listen to the end of this They're talking about how maloney's campaign headquarters A bunch of shocked young activists embraced in disbelief of what they had accomplished in electing Italy's most right-wing government since Benito Mussolini Had tipped great Rush Limbaugh paper flip What You're telling me a woman right And momentous moment in Italian politics electing a woman as prime minister right Whose entire central guiding ideological bedrock she built her house on is God family country and distributed power network tax cuts giving citizens back more of their economic power and government less You're comparing her to Benito Mussolini lizza and Daniels at playbook Are you guys really this freaking stupid Or do you just take stupid pills on Tuesday morning
The Dan Bongino Show
Lee Zeldin: Flashbacks of NY Crime in the 80s Seen Today
"We can't go back there And I think a lot of voters some older voters outraged now remember that And they're like you know what I love this the Big Apple I love this great state of New York I'm not leaving but I ain't going back there again Yeah and they remember that just like you do they are seeing it now in ways that you couldn't even watch the crime back then They're seeing the videos They're on social media Every single day the headlines the New York Post does a really good job telling stories that the other media oftentimes will just black out And we had an incident last Tuesday morning where a postal worker in The Bronx is going in the post office gets pistol whipped Then end up inside the postal office and they rob over a $100,000 Now you wake up on a Wednesday you see the story you're disturbed by that And that's not the end of it You'll wake up the next day and you read about some 82 year old who ends up getting hit with a machete by some 20 year old who has been arrested and released 7 times since March And the stories are every single day And people are watching videos they're seeing the pictures of it They have the memories of how it once was They have their own breaking point New York leads the entire nation in population laws And the craziest thing about it is that the governor right now could not even complete the sensors actually a reporter I think about it even been from a public radio or public newspaper type outlet but as somebody who is not certainly not coming out of conservative media asking Kathy hochul why is New York leading the entire nation in population loss Why do you think people are fleeing Now Dan bongino and Lee zeldin and every single one of your listeners are capable of finishing the sentence that New York leads the entire nation in population loss because we all know how to finish it We have a governor right now in New York can you finish the sentence
"tuesday morning" Discussed on WTOP
"Be in one O three. The Tuesday morning August 30th, 2022, partly cloudy muggy this overnight early morning by daybreak, Lowe should be in the 60s and 70s dependent upon where you are in the region, 76 in our nation's capital now. I mean, lane we do indeed thank you for taking us along for your Tuesday morning 1 a.m. all right. Among the top stories we're following for you this hour, how will you know who will be on the board of police accountability in your area? So prince George's county council members locally echoed concerns from the public on making sure the process is open and easily understood. Maryland state law requires that each county create a police accountability board and in prince George's county, council member Danielle glaros urged her colleagues to clear up any overlap because the council gets to nominate 5 members and the county executive Angela also Brooks gets to nominate 6 and glaros said we need to be clear about how long this needs to be advertised publicly before the nominations close. And Lorena Diaz with the ACLU of Maryland asked the council, what system is in place to assure all applications are given due consideration, the council approved a resolution to move ahead with the process, including a public listening session, Kate Ryan, news. It was one of the few school systems with the mask mandate, but now prince George's county public schools will soon switch to a mask optional policy. On the first day of school CEO Monica goldson is updating the guidance on masks, citing a decline in local COVID-19 positivity rates. She says starting Tuesday, September 6th, the prince George's county public school system is switching to a mask optional policy. The decision comes roughly two weeks after a town hall with parents where she reassured parents that she is frequently checking in with prince George's county's health officer, doctor Ernest Carter. The school system is still requiring students to quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19. Anyone who tests positive with COVID-19 must remain home for 5 days and only see Gail WTO P news. Now, one O 5 knew this morning on WTO P a loss in court. Locally, for a lot of county, the school board there, the board is appealing a court ruling right now that allowed a special grand jury investigation to continue. And the Virginia Supreme Court has ruled the school board can not file its appeal under seal. Virginia's attorney general, Jason Millar's, convened the special grand jury, you'll remember to look into how the school system handled two different sexual assaults by the same high school student last year. A school system spokesperson tells WTO the issue of whether an attorney general has the authority to conduct a special Gran turi investigation like this has wide ranging implications. The court then ordered the school board to file a redacted version of its appeal within 8 days. Washington commanders prized rookie running back, Ryan Robinson, junior is recovering from surgery this week after he was shot over the weekend during a confrontation and northeast D.C., Robinson tweets this week, the surgery went well. He was shot in the hip and the leg and what D.C. police say was either an attempted carjacking or an armed robbery outside the crab boss located at tenth and H streets, northeast, it happened again over the weekend late Sunday afternoon, police this morning, you're still looking for two suspects, both teenagers. Double DTP at one O 6, shooting of commanders running back, Brian Robinson is serving to punctuate a rising number of shootings and other violent incidents in recent weeks. So what are city leaders saying about your safety these days? The presence
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Jared Kushner on What It Was Like Working on Trump's Trade Policy
"We didn't work directly. However, I was placed on the trade policy council as an observer, and I watched you co chair it with Gary Cohen. And what was it? Every Tuesday morning, is that right? I remembering right? And I saw, I watched you there. I didn't throw my money in my voice into often, except when it was about China. But what I saw was a young, very intelligent man trying to make his father in law's administration and the America first vision a success. From the outside, you'd hear all these stories about, oh my gosh, there are subversives and camps and it's Steve versus Jared. Will you tell us the truth about what it was like inside The White House and how the misconceptions lasted this very day? So first of all, it was one of the most wild experiences you could ever have, especially in those early days. I think that when president Trump ran for office in 2016, there was an article in The New York Times, which I've now come to understand what that actually is worth, but it basically talked about how his trade policies were upending a hundred years of orthodoxy in terms of trade thinking. And when we got into power, it was one thing to say what president Trump said on the campaign, which is we need to stop our manufacturing jobs from going overseas. I want to see car plans starting to be built here in America, not in Mexico. I don't want to be hostage to China for all the different things that we are. And what he had as a people with a different set of experience. So we had on one end, Peter Navarro and on one end, Gary Cohn, and then we had in the middle. We had Wilbur Ross. We had bob lighthizer. We had myself and Steve Bannon. We were more trying to get the agreements, get people to come together to figure out what is a cohesive trade policy for an America first agenda looks like. And ultimately, bob lighthizer ended up emerging as the tip of the spear took him a while to get confirmed, I think Congress was very nervous that he actually was going to be able to do the things that Trump wanted to do. But once he took leadership of that, he really became a mentor of mine and somebody who really taught me a lot about not only why Trump's trade policy and instincts were correct, but also how do you implement them?
The Charlie Kirk Show
Guest Host Jack Posobiec Unpacks Canada's New Euthanasia Laws
"Emails have been pouring in. I mean, it's just a flood of emails, very emotional stuff that we're reading, very emotional segment. I think for a lot of people, and hit a lot of people in various different ways of the email, they're flooding in, we just talked a full segment viva fry at a Canada. One of the best lawyers in commentators up there, who was explained to us that Canada has now authorized medically assisted suicide euthanasia, government approved, and that the numbers are in for last year, and it was 10,000 over 10,000, which is kind of a 3.2% of all deaths in Canada. So let's look at this. This is an email that just came in, Canada is also recommending suicide for veterans who are suffering from PTSD, recommending suicide from veterans. If we can track that article down, then another one that says you better tell viva that if they don't get a maga movement going up there in Canada. I mean, real quick, they are going to be living in nazism. That's all from Kyle. An email in from Erica, no, not that, Erica, but another Erica that said, hijacked building in for Charlie, I knew a man in 2021. And by the way, this guy, guys, this email, it's a little rough. It's a little rough, but I'm going to read it to you because this is why we do the work here. I knew a man in 2021 that was in his early 70s. They had a burst disc and they told him they couldn't do anything to help him here in Canada. So keep in mind, right, now you got the Canadian source lies healthcare system saying that you can't do anything for you. So he decided to do medically assisted death. He spoke to the team on Saturday. Monday, he decided to do it. And it was supposed to take several days for the process to be finalized. They were going to do it Wednesday, but then they called him on Tuesday morning and told him that he could do it that evening. The man spent all day crying and sobbing. That is not the action of a man wanting to die. It was heartbreaking and has stayed with me. I just wanted to share, have a great day, Erica. What's going on? North of our border.
"tuesday morning" Discussed on WTOP
"Local radio stations. This message furnished by the national association of broadcasters. It Tuesday morning 16th of August 2022 it will become partly sunny as we head into this day, good chance of an isolated afternoon shower or thunderstorm. High of 85, we're at 67 right now. I dean lane, we do a D, thank you for taking us along for your Tuesday morning variety. I'll be in the local stories we are looking at for you as we head into this day together. We begin this hour in Maryland. The only state right now, which mail in ballots can not be officially tallied until after any election day. Now there's a move we hear to change that. With more and more marylanders voting absentee, the Maryland state board of elections will ask a court to allow for the counting of absentee ballots before election day, and that led to a delay this year in certifying primary results by almost a month, Justin Williams and member of the board of elections says with the general election coming up. If under the same path if the timing is the same for the primary election, it could be until Christmas or new year's that we get the results. Now, the board is only voted to ask a circuit court judge for the change, but it's not clear when that request will actually be filed. If the judges it, the results of the count and mail in ballots would not be released until after election day. Mike Murillo P news. We turned out a new info this morning about the car that crashed locally into a bar in Arlington last week injuring 15. Police say it was a ride share driver that plowed into Ireland's four quarts but they say it was not intentional and alcohol was not involved. The exact cause is still under investigation and several people are still in the hospital following the crash Friday night. Meanwhile, the GoFundMe effort has raised more than $70,000 for servers and workers at the pub and another local bar is sponsoring a fundraiser next month. The bar is expected to reopen, but the damage is extensive, so there's no timeline yet. In Arlington, Kyle, Cooper, WTO news. Double DT will be at four O 5. Over the weekend on Sunday Night, a fort Washington man was shot and killed in a suspected case of road rage. Locally, prince George's county police this morning are still looking for that gunman. 51 year old Terrence coons was found dead on saint Barnabas road, Sunday around 9 25 p.m.. Preliminarily, we believe this was a road rage incident. Prince George's county deputy police chief James mccreary says the deadly shooting followed a minor fender bender. We do know that when they went to exchange information the decedent was a fired upon and struck and succumbed to his wounds. There were four other deadly shootings in prince George's county Friday
AP News Radio
Rains in S. Korea turn Seoul's roads to rivers, leave 8 dead
"Heavy rain has drenched South Korea's capital region leaving at least 8 people dead and others missing and turning the streets of one affluent sole district into a river Stranded partially submerged vehicles litter parts of Seoul while people with umbrellas weighed through the water in the heavy nighttime rain commuters slowly returned to work Tuesday morning after emergency crews worked through the night to clean up much of the mess but there were concerns about further damage as French rain is forecast for the second day in a row earlier commuters had evacuated as water cascaded down the stairs of one subway station like a waterfall and in a nearby city a rain weakened hillside collapsed into a university soccer field I'm Charles De Ledesma
"tuesday morning" Discussed on WTOP
"Got a dangerous man off the street today He is never going to see the line a day again and that's a good thing for not just our community but that's a good thing for this country The two were 219 miles from the prison CBS News special report I'm Christopher Cruise Now to the latest of the war between Russia and Ukraine this morning here in the states president Joe Biden reportedly this week telling national security officials to stop leaking details about intelligence sharing that they do with Ukraine National security correspondent JJ green this Tuesday morning The president reportedly had several phone calls with the Secretary of Defense and CIA the DNI leader and others about intelligence leaks that have revealed recently key details about how and what the U.S. is sharing with Ukraine But this call was apparently based on details regarding the targeting of a Russian ship and the killing of Russian generals It all got tangled up essentially and mixed up set the wrong messages And the message that the U.S. has sent to Ukraine for the express purpose of using for what it wants to was essentially mixed up and seemed to suggest that the U.S. had set this intelligence to Ukraine for taking out this ship and taking out these generals When in reality it's Ukraine that makes the decisions on what to do with intelligence It gets from the U.S. So this is serious for a number of reasons Not the least of which is that it makes the U.S. look like it's directly involved in this war with Ukraine which is something President Biden has made very clear over and over again He does not want to happen JJ green WTO news WTO a 1234 The expectation that victory day would be a turning point in the Russia Ukraine war has proven unfounded this week Russian president Vladimir Putin using his speech this week on Monday in Moscow to equate the war against Nazi Germany.
Truth For Life Daily Program
The Bible Is Your Anchor in a Sea of Blurring Lines
"You don't have to look far to find that there is a difference between the revelation of the Bible and the investigation of man. The New York Times had a review entitled on being male, female, neither or both. And I can't read the article and just use it by way of illustration, but I'll give you one quote from it. Until the turn of the century, doctor my out of its rights, gender was defined through a binary taxonomy of opposites. In 1910, a girl in physician, doctor Magnus Hirschfeld, published a pioneering work on transsexuality and articulated a relatively new modern definition of gender. Quotes. Absolute representatives of their sex are heroes. Only abstraction invented extremes. These two notions could not be farther apart. You can not merge them, okay? Which is why I'm saying to you what I'm saying unless you are convinced of the authority of the Bible. Then when you take your New York Times on a Tuesday morning and read this, you are going to be immediately at sea. You're going to be running down the street saying who am I? What am I? Where am I on the continuum? Am I male and my female? What in the world am I? But if you have accepted the authority of the Bible and you believe that God gets the last word on every subject, then you don't disengage your brain, you interact with the material, you think it out in light of what you know as having been revealed by the creator God.
"tuesday morning" Discussed on WTOP
"Third Tuesday morning April 26th 2022 cloudy with late day showers possible grab that umbrella high of 73 before we're done the little cooler Right now it's 56° The way we thank you for taking us along for your morning ride topping the local stories we are looking at for you as we roll into this Tuesday together This Tuesday morning we were talking about the Supreme Court and the fairfax county school system It was yesterday Monday the court said it will not force fairfax county schools to stop its new admissions policies at an elite high school at least not right now The Supreme Court decided 6 three to not make an emergency order which would stop the new admissions policies from kicking in in the fall at Thomas Jefferson high school for science and technology The Pacific legal foundation which is representing opponents of the new rules a group called the coalition for TJ says it's disappointed that the high court isn't stepping in as it continues to fight what it calls a discriminatory admissions policy The group had said doing away with an admissions test and other changes discriminated against Asian American students Right now the policies have been allowed to stay in place as an appeals court awaits the case Fairfax county public schools says its changes were aimed at bringing more diversity to the student body and that the Supreme Court's decision will allow for a race blind and fair admissions process to proceed for the falls entering freshmen Mike Morello WTO P news Four O four This week we learned of two investigations now into the Washington commanders locally D.C.'s attorney general says he's looking into the team and owner Dan Snyder over allegations of sexual harassment and workplace misconduct Karl Racine says he's been digging since the fall of last year actually And that was office is looking into allegations of financial wrongdoing The AG's office says he has gotten more than a half million pages of actual documents from the commanders in the NFL On top of all of that Virginia's attorney general is launching his own investigation In a letter to the attorney for the Washington commanders Virginia attorney general Jason Millar's rights his office is conducting an inquiry into matters raised by Congress The House oversight committee looking at more than 80,000 pages of documents and interviews as it investigates the team and its workplace Those matters include allegations the team and team owner Daniel Snyder cheated the league in ticket holders at a certain monies Those allegations on top of others that Snyder sexually harassed a woman and the organization created a toxic work environment for women Miara says he's not judging the team but adds it's his responsibility to investigate The team denies all of the allegations So what led to that senseless sniper attack last week on Friday afternoon D.C. leaders spending more than an hour Monday afternoon discussing public safety D.C. police chief Robert Conti says they've traced a lot of steps He went to Wheaton high school He was in the day to day and year to year life of Raymond Spencer He spent a brief period in the U.S. coast guard just a matter of a few months But the biggest question why this happened remains unanswered The chief showed off some of the 6 guns recovered inside the apartment Very well put together An apartment in Virginia had more guns and thousands of rounds of ammo He moved into the apartment in fairfax county in February of 2021 Conti says the former Wheaton high student set up a command post inside the bathroom of the van Ness apartment He had a laptop computer he had a cell phone Conti's gut tells him Spencer was aiming at the nearby Edmund Burke school but can't say so definitively It occurred at a school In northwest D.C. John dome in WTO P news And to prevent another sniper attack and other kinds of shootings D.C. police are forming a new unit we hear and help get guns off D.C. streets and arrest more violent criminals D.C. police are partnering with the FBI ATF and DEA to form a new unit called the violent crime impact team D.C. police chief Robert Conti says police have already recovered 50% more guns off the streets from last year and it's only April He calls the crimes happening like a man in a wheelchair being shot completely unacceptable People like that deserve to be in jail because they have demonstrated that they can not function in community Mayor Bowser says we can not allow people to terrorize our communities with guns Kyle Cooper WTO news Double DTP at four O 7 traffic and weather coming right up same with us Ah.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams: Today Was a Difficult Day for New York
"As we indicated today was a difficult case with New York Days like these are playing out too often since across America As mentioned this morning we witnessed an act of violence and evil in the heart of Brooklyn Which took a tactic so we called for a visit to the people at the 36th street station We saw a quiet Tuesday morning return the imagery between war zone as a small bomb was detonated and multiple shots rang out We witnessed 20 individuals so far as it was made
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Brooklyn subway passengers help fellow commuter injured during shooting
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"tuesday morning" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"The WB AB Tuesday morning news. Brad's been talking about the Canadian Cold front, pushing through everything smells like a dead beaver. Tomorrow. You'll know why we'll talk about the first day of the third special session in Austin and General Milley says it's in his job description all begins at five tomorrow morning. Nicole was the news Brad's forecast. Steve Lab Sports Monte Cook with traffic on the One's Brian and how we'll see you in the morning five. On W B. A P A. It's Rick Roberts. You know, financial strategies. Pretty important thing. You want to make sure you're working with somebody that has your best interest in mind. If you're looking for help with fiduciary investment, wills, trusts, estate planning, tax preparation and planning. Maybe you just need to strategize with an in house attorney. Whatever it happens to be. I want to tell you about trading wealth. Trade in wealth. They lived by the saying, the more you make, the more they make. There are fiduciary. What's called fee only they're paid to simply grow your portfolio and You know, that makes sense. You want somebody with skin in the game. You want somebody that has a vested interest, not simply to sell you a product off the shelf so they can get a commission. That's not what trade in wealth is all about. They're they're They're not a 1 800 number. Um they urge you to come in for a face to face where you can see the same person each time if you want, Um not a different representative. Every time you call 1 800 number. Forget the 1 800 number. I'm talking about someone. Right here locally that has a vested interest in helping you remember, the more you make, the more they make locally in Frisco, Texas. They encourage you to come in for a face to face..
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"Tuesday morning they're calling in the National Guard. The governor calls on the guard to help get kids to school. Nobody. Bc's Kim Tunnicliffe says it's in the shadow of a bus driver shortage, Governor Baker has activated up to 250 guard members to help Chelsea Lynn Lowell and Lawrence cities that have all requested assistance as they face bus driver shortages. Tom Ambrosino is Chelsea City manager. Our vendor was having Some trouble getting each kid to school. On time. There were some kids that were arriving. Only this additional help will be beneficial, Ambrosino says. The National Guard has a great track record in Chelsea communities come to have faith and the National Guard given the tremendous work they did here in April and May of 2020 and distributing food, the guard members will undergo vehicle training and serve as drivers of school transport vans that are known as 70 vehicles. Kim Tunnicliffe. WBZ Boston's NewsRadio rideshare drivers are about to rally on the front steps of the State House. It is in support of a bill that would allow them to create a workers union. To negotiate with companies like uber and lift several bills regarding independent contractors. Just like those Rideshare drivers are up for debate in a Labor Committee hearing at the State House later today, New York City's Met Gala makes a comeback after taking last year off due to the pandemic, and it was a big night in New York City for attracting a who's who of celebrities wearing an eclectic mix of red carpet looks. This year's Met Gala didn't disappoint Kim Kardashian dressed head to toe literally in a dark Balenciaga hooded Cheap. Singer Sierra War Lime green sequined gown with her football player. Husband, Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks number three on the front and New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez War fitted white dress with red lettering on the back reading tax the rich Do we show up to working class women of color at the.
"tuesday morning" Discussed on KGO 810
"And rescue and they went to Oklahoma City, and they went to all kinds of major events. I called him first up, and he managed to get a ride. On a military flight. There were no commercial flights whatsoever, and he managed to get a ride on a military flight from Travis. We tried to tag along and were unsuccessful in doing that, but he got there. And despite the fact there were note, there was no one to rescue. There was nothing it was. It was dirty. It was dusty. It was dangerous. There was known to rescue despite that, Chappelle Haman Looked for potential victims for several weeks and after a long career, he just retired Brett last month, um for for the media for Bay Area media. At that time after 9 11. It was an intense offering breath. You might remember this. At any Northern California airport. We begged and begged and begged to try to get on any plane. There were no planes going out one reporter KBC TV reporter David Jackson. Actually got into his car in l A and drove 1000 miles a day and got there on the 14th. We finally got there on the 14th on on a commercial flight. We have had to get out as far as Philadelphia. And we have to drive into New York from their, uh, K p x anchor at the time. Dana King got in there a few hours before we did, And then we you know, we just we just got on the air. And another memory. I have to tell you guys that I have, um And she was just amazing was Susan Kennedy, who's I believe she's still at KCBS. She wasn't kgo for a long time. She was the lead anchor Bread at 10 10 wins in New York. And in essence, she was our assignment desk if you will. I would listen to her in the morning at five A.m. Eastern time. And so by the time our assignment desk got up and running on the Pacific, we had a bunch of story ideas. Um And we were able to turn a few stories you know, on Saturday and Sunday, but By Monday and Tuesday. There was really nothing to report at that point. There were no victims in the rubble. The thing that struck me the most was if you recall there was a church. About a mile from ground zero, and that's where people would post their pictures. Have you seen this person and there were at least 1500. Maybe 2000 pictures of people lined up against the wall for about a half a mile. It was it was. It was that bad, And it's just an image that I just have never forgotten after all these years, and, of course. After that. My next call on Tuesday morning was.
"tuesday morning" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Matt Ray because you're busy. Let Mac help you navigate the news of the day and good Tuesday morning. FN continues on the seventh day of September at 34 minutes past the hour and And the US have finds itself in a familiar situation of 40 million plus coronavirus cases, and that is without Labor Day travel, according to data from Johns Hopkins University cases have been on the rise in much of the country. The seven day average of new cases Monday more than 300% higher than Labour Day of last year, and with Millions of traveling, experts say it's likely to lead to even more overcrowded hospitals. One big difference that this year the more transmissible Delta variant. But only 53% of the population is fully vaccinated. 62% of eligible Americans are 60 and just 62% of eligible Americans are Health officials are also monitoring the spread of the Mu variant now since being discovered in Colombia in January, has been found in 49 states. With Nebraska being the only state not to have a mu. Variant case detected. Health officials believe Mu is more transmissible than Delta and has the potential to resist vaccines. Dr Anthony Fauci on the new variants were certainly are aware of the mu variants were keeping a very close eye on it. It is really seen here, but it is not at all even close to being dominant. As you know, the Delta is more than 99% dominant, even though it is not in the essence taken hold to any extent here. We always pay attention to at all times variance. This variant has a constellation of mutations that suggest that it would evade certain antibodies not only monoclonal antibodies, but vaccine in convalescent serum induced anybody's but there isn't a lot of clinical data. To suggest that it is mostly laboratory in vitro data not to downplay it. We take it very seriously. But remember, even when you have variants that do diminished somewhat, the efficacy of the vaccines. The vaccine still are quite effective against variance of that type. Bottom line. We're paying attention to it. We take everything like that seriously, but we don't consider it an immediate threat right now. It's been identified in more than 39 countries, according to the World Health Organization, among them, of course, U. S. South Korea, Japan, Ecuador, Canada and parts of Europe. Meanwhile, five federal courthouses in eastern Michigan fully reopened today for the First time since Covid 19 restrictions were put in place back in March of 2020 lawyers, reporters jurors, Spectators, They'll all be required to answer questions about their health and have their temperature checked at entrances. Masks are required. Employees who haven't been vaccinated will be required to share the results of two weekly tests at their own expense. Well for 1.5 sets Novak Djokovic's fourth round opponent at the US Open. Jensen Brooks B. The last American left in singles gave them fits and then Djokovic did what he does and managed to move within three victories of the first calendar year Grand Slam in men's tennis in 52 years, he settled in and Stared down Brooks B. A couple of times has he improved at 25, an O in majors this year, he extended his pursuit of a true Grand slam and a record breaking 21st major championship while also making this the first time in the history of the U. S Open, an event that dates back to the 18 eighties with No men or women from the host country. In the quarterfinals, however, one U s player did weigh in on Novak's victory. Speak of America tennis Late in the third set, He sends out a tweet We put out on TV. I want you to think about this, You know, Quote from Andy Roddick, somebody you played a lot..
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"At 66 on this Tuesday morning. It is a big dent in the bank account, and there's not much the small town of Peterborough, New Hampshire. Can do about it. WBZ Sherry Small tells us that town has been hacked and millions are missing. Town officials say it appears too late to reverse the transactions. New Hampshire Senator Maggie Hassan says her office will stand behind Peterborough to help find those responsible. She's authored the state and Local Cybersecurity Improvement Act included in the bipartisan infrastructure package that passed the Senate and is currently stalled in the House. The cybercriminals used forged documents and email accounts, nabbing The convoy, school districts $1.2 million monthly transfer from the town, the alleged thieves posing as school district staff and emails, and it was also later discovered to bank transfers meant to go to a construction company instead allegedly went to overseas. Cyber thieves carry small WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Luck runs out for a man and his two sons who now face federal fraud and tax evasion charges for ripping off the Massachusetts State lottery. Prosecutors say Ali Jafar and his boys illegally cashed in more than 13,000 winning tickets. This happened over a span of eight years and there is a total take of more than $20 million. Or rough weather from angry will not dampen a family vacation on the Cape WBC's Chris Farmer catches up with this family on a pre vacation pit stop. Bill and Florence daily were so hell bent on starting their vacation. They threw caution literally to the wind. We're from New Jersey, but we drove right through it yesterday. So.
"tuesday morning" Discussed on 710 WOR
"On 7 10. W O R. Good morning, everyone And we thank you for tuning in on a Tuesday morning. Our big three stories today. Eric Adams goes to Washington. He's talking gun violence with the president did it Yesterday, His Republican mayoral opponent, Curtis Lee was says Hey, how come I wasn't invited? He's not the mayor yet. Also in the Big three, mayor de Blasio says, Despite CDC guidance masks will still be required in schools this fall that must make students and teachers happy. New York City's Restaurant week is going to start Monday. The mayor is expanded to five weeks. Mayor calls it amazing and rounding out the Big Three. The FDA is warning that the Johnson and Johnson vaccine can cause a rare and nerve disorder. The chances are very slim. There were 100 identified with the disorder out of 12.8 million Getting the vaccine, but I'm sure it's another. Um, another argument that the anti vaccine people can make says, Well, wait a second. We got some problems here and and michaele. You were saying that you have two friends. Were vaccinated, and both of them have come down with covid. What's going on? Yeah, they have. I mean, one said it was just, you know, kind of like a cold. Then he decided to get to see and the other one got hit pretty hard with it and I don't know. I mean, I think when we look back, and historians look back on this time, the anti vaccine crowd land may have had some points that we should have been paying a little more attention to Okay, Well, our Facebook question today is what do you chuck like about? He just threw a hand grenade into your been there. Landing. Yeah, Back ahead. You see, I think the audience those by doubt that Michael just likes to lob a grenade every so often, And so do you show Bartlett and, uh and I don't have to always just grabbed the grenade and and let Explode in my lap. Okay? I could just swat on the side defense. Alright, That's what G I Len. There you go. There you go. Uh, So our Facebook question at 7 10 W are. Are you going to allow your unvaccinated friends and family over for the holidays? And what do you think? Most of most of the respondents have said so far. Yes, They will. Yeah. Absolutely. They're saying there's only one person, uh, who said No, Michael. He didn't give us reason why, but people like Anita said, Yeah, I work every day with unvaccinated people. And then Lewis wrote. Yeah, I would, because I'm vaccinated have nothing to be concerned about. Interesting. That's why we got the vaccine. Right? Right. So we don't have to wear our masters and go about our lives again and worry about getting it. And if you get it now, at least you're not going to wind up dead in the hospital. If you're vaccinated, you still can get it, but you won't be dead. Yeah, that seems to be the case. So let's hope that continues to be the case and nobody interesting to watch this whole idea about a booster shot earlier this, you know, the jury seems to be out. There is some evidence that the effectiveness of the vaccine lessens over time. Uh, you know, Fauci, as you guys pointed out, was kind of all over the lot on that didn't quite answer yesterday. But, he says right now, the CDC is not recommending it. So at some point down the road, maybe it will be lining up again to get a third shot. Yeah, we might be. Well, there you go. Well, thank you. Thanks for playing along. So anyway, Dick Durbin is the, uh What do you want me to say? Senator from Illinois, and he was on the floor of the Senate. And he was taken on what he calls the vaccine quacks and, uh, well, he was actually going after Fox News and in some way, so here's Here's Dick Durbin on the floor of the Senate. There are two Host of programs on Fox prime time but can only be characterized as anti vax.
"tuesday morning" Discussed on KOMO
"Tuesday morning is 23. Minutes after the hour. Kevin Carr is joining us now to tell us about something he's found on Prime video. It's called the Tomorrow war. So, uh, cabin are we in trouble on Wednesday? Well, depends on how far in the future you are looking for trouble. Michael. Good morning. Let's talk about this. It's called the Tomorrow War starts Chris Pratt as a guy who is basically drafted by a future war. These people show up literally dropping out of the sky and say, Hey, in 30 years, aliens attack and we need people to help fight them in the future. And so he ends up traveling through time. To try and fight the aliens and is losing war that there that that threatens to wipe out all of humanity. The movie I'm very conflicted on And here's why, because the science fiction elements are not very good, but when they finally get to the action and the fighting of the aliens and the boots on the ground and the set pieces for the action It's kind of cool. They do some neat things that's exciting to watch. But when it comes to the writing from the science fiction standpoint, it's some pretty Bad sci fi writing. It reminded me in fact, of Starship troopers, except for the time travel thing. I think this is a rip off of Starship troopers, which has nothing to do with time. Travel. Yeah, it does. It is very derivative of Starship troopers or battle Los Angeles or edge of tomorrow is another one. A lot of people compared to with Tom Cruise that one had a time loop. But it is that That thing where you're you're dropping people in an insurmountable war against aliens. It just it does not set itself up well, and the problem with the movie is it keeps Resetting and saying, Hey, we're gonna throw this new concept at you. That doesn't make any sense, even internally within the movie. Um, so it's It's one of those. If you don't think it's not only do you not have to think too much about it if you don't think at all about it. It can be entertaining. But don't try and waste any brain power trying to figure out the time travel in the paradoxes and everything. But even then, if you're if you're looking for Action sci fi piece. It delivers. In that sense, It's just like I said, the writing is not very good. Looked like a lot of cheap green screen work there. The CG looked cheap. It's called the Tomorrow War. It's on prime video. Um, how many green screens do we award the tomorrow War? Kevin? I'm going to give it right down the middle 2.5, because, like I said, while he didn't like the writing, I thought some of the spectacle was fun, and you can just watch it on your own through Amazon. All right. Sounds good. Thank you, Kevin. All right. Thank you. All right. It is July 6th back to work Day, but first, a detour courtesy of first light flashback. 1928. We're in Manhattan for the premiere of the Lights of New York, considered.
"tuesday morning" Discussed on WJR 760
"35 in our Tuesday morning together already. 75 degrees headed to heat index of 101, possibly The temperature in the nineties again for the day, it has been uncomfortably hot and humid, surprisingly hot and humid. The combination is very tough. No, I'm not going to say when it's snowing. I wish it were 101 degrees. I know but to be that aside We started to we've been following The chip crisis that's affecting a lot of businesses, but most importantly for us around here It's the semiconductor chip shortage that is hampering the auto industry and such a big way all the way through right down to the dealer level. Who they can't. They can't sell cars They don't have And they've got plenty of customers who want cars. So the headline in The Detroit News is Ford sales fall 27% in June amid lingering chip shortage. And tightening inventories. No one better to talk with and the publisher editor in chief of the Detroit bureau dot com the Detroit bureau dot com. Always check it out. And that, of course, is our friend Paul Eisenstein. Good morning, Paul. Hey, good to be with you, Paul. Hope you had a great holiday. I had a great holiday and I hope you had one, too. It is tough. Tough out there. We're watching. Friends, neighbors, business owners that we know and and you and I cover throughout the years are all struggling. Um Ford is not going to be the only one who sees sales fall because of that chip shortage. No, this has been a really serious problem for the industry as a whole. You're right. Ford has been hit particularly hard. They have a number of plants. That will be down at least part of July. And I expect that to continue into into the rest of the summer, perhaps even into the fall, But the industry as a whole has taken a hit. I don't know if you happen to look at the numbers. For July. They were supposed to be June. I should say they at one level look great, but only because they were compared to a miserable 2020. Right. You have to go back to 2019 for a time of somewhat normalcy and find that we That's where we When you compare it apples to apples that it's it's some of the apples are rotten. Yeah, absolutely. Uh, yes, we were up year over year. 2020 makes everything look good. Uh, but the problem is the total. They do this calculation in the business, As you know, called a seasonally adjusted annual rate. The bottom line is If that month were worked out over an entire year. How what would it look like? And sales came in at a miserable 15 million. That's down from numbers that were in the 17 even 18 million annual rate. Earlier this year, so the numbers are falling because the industry can't get cars to the dealership. Here's a, uh, shocking note from this story in the Detroit News. Uh, that that Ford who has been a leader for as long as almost as long as we've been alive with the F 1 50 franchise, the F 1 50 truck. Uh, Ford fell behind General Motors and Stella Artois. In the second quarter F series sales of 158,235 coming in below Rams, 164,232 and Chevy Silverado is 1 164,731. That is one tight race, my friend. Yeah, it's extremely tight. Now we have to take a look at what's still antis is done, and the new Ram has been doing very, very well. It's Oh, highly regarded truck among truckers, But normally normally truckers are pretty loyal. You don't get a lot of people that switch back and forth back and forth in any given year. So, yes, Some people are switching because the new ram is so good, but a lot of this has to do with they simply can't put enough F series. In the dealership, so customers are either waiting and that's becoming the norm in the business. Now, anybody who's listening who has been by a car a good chance they may have had to wait. Uh Because they just simply can't get what's out there. In other cases, they're just saying, Heck, I'm just going to give up on Ford and go by a ram or or Chevy Silverado well over 100,000 people. Are waiting for that F 1 50 Lightning. Uh, that's a lot of people in the truck industry over 100,000 that would throw all those figures way over to Two Fords favor if you would, but again, they can't get those trucks out either. Well, now they weren't going to get the lightning, which is for those who aren't familiar with it. That's the new electric truck. They weren't going to get that out until early next year anyway, and Ford is just keeping its collective corporate fingers crossed that they can get all the chips back into the factories by the time that the lightning starts to come out next year. What they don't want to do is given the situation that GM is run into were between strike and all the other problems last year with Covid now with chips They simply can't produce nearly enough of the Corvettes that people want. I have a neighbor who just got a C eight, the latest Corvette and he is almost a year behind delivery schedule. And I bet he's thrilled with that new Corvette. As he reminds me every other day when he revs it up, pulling it out of the garage. Yes, he is, yes. It is a beautiful, beautiful vehicle. No question about it. And by the way, um back to fourth just because they're they're in the headlines here with the story. Uh, apparently the all electric Mustang Mach E. Is doing extremely well. In fact, maybe better than anyone would have guessed it just outsole the gasoline powered Mustang for the first time. Yeah, Now again, we have to be careful because there have been chip issues. All the automakers out. There are rationing chips, and if possible, they're moving them from one model. To another model when they're short because there may be a product. They just want to make sure it doesn't get interrupted. I think I'm surprised that Ford hasn't been able to do a better job of shifting chips from you know some of their slow selling products over to the F series, but you can only go so far but bottom line electric vehicles starting to take off. Now that there are good products on the road, people are buying them and little secret. I just I'm not going to tell you which one but I just placed an order. I expect to get my first electric vehicle should be sometime. Even the end of this year or early in 2022. People are really getting surprised because the new electric vehicles are getting Many cases 300 plus miles. They're fast. I mean, you have a Tesla out there Right now We can do 0 to 60 in less than two seconds..
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"tuesday morning" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Amy on Tuesday morning. People who have the ability to, uh be s their way through a conversation may actually be more intelligent, according to new research. Get a little more on this. We're calling in an expert Bs expert here. That's the first line on my resume, actually, alright, our producer, Scott said way. You saw this story and it is kind of interesting. I guess What? What's fascinating about this is how they came to this conclusion, so they got more than 1000 people in a room. And they were shown 10 different concepts and we're supposed to write each of them 1252 from never heard of it to know the concept very well. Six of the concepts were made up. So you had, like normal things on there, but like sexual selection theory and general relativity, But then they made up things like subjunctive, Scaling declarative declared a fraction I've been meaning to do a segment about genetic autonomy. People know that that was Bs. Well, listen, this are these are very real neural acceptance. Neural obsessed. Yeah. So they had all these things right? And then the ones who Who? Who said Yep, I know those very well, then had to explain those things to a group of people who raided their explanations, right? Uh huh. And the ones who scored a understand that this was what the game was all the Raiders did. I think the Raiders did the people who were doing the who were saying, Oh, yeah, I know it. I know what Declan Declan declarative fraction is I know what that means. No, they didn't know they knew some of them were assurance of them weren't but they didn't know which ones were But the ones who are rating had to rate like Oh, yeah, you like Dave, If I asked you to explain Sub subjunctive scaling, you know, And I thought you did a great job. I give you five Instead of a while, on the first day of 1 to 5 and the people who scored the highest in that category. It's fantastic on all the cognitive tests afterwards, like vocabulary skills, verbal skills. Um, I Q test type stuff. It just makes sense. So the correlation was if you are good at BS Ng You're pretty smart person. You are nimble minded in terms of of, uh, of communicating. Well, who hasn't B s their way through something. Some people can't do it. Some people live clam up and freeze and and our job, Ryan fall on their face. I love this line because because this was me, the the more I B s and s a the better. My great was Wow. Well, did you try the opposite meaning knowing the subject matter? Um, well, I mean, if you ever writing a paper at the last minute I don't I don't understand the whole I don't understand the whole point of trying to make people believe that you know something you don't And and that's why I was asking about. Well, I don't know if it's so much that well, but the methodology and I ask you, you know it. Does this mean that they didn't realize that they were being tricked into And you said, Well, they knew that some of the subjects were RBS. Well, then why would you offer That you know something that you don't if if you know that some of them are not real, you know what I mean it. I think everyone has been in a situation where you want to be a part of the conversation. I mean, maybe not every time. And you just kind of you throw in a couple non secretaries or something that's like, Oh, yeah, I'm well versed in this and I know. Yeah. You can talk yourself into a corner. I think I think That's more of a know it all then a bs or to me, A B s, er is like you're going for a job interview. And they ask you. You know if you were a tree, what would you be? And you give some Bs answer? I would say I'm sorry. I'm taking up your valuable time here. I'm going to go away now or are they saying what is your What is your You know your your worst flaw. I mean this study, though. Was different than what you're describing. I mean, this study took actual things and fake things and people said Oh, yeah, I know what that is. Let me tell you all about genetic autonomy, and they go into a whole explanation of like, Well, you see, there's only one set of genes or whatever you know, and they go on from there, right? Right. We used to play a similar game. We used to play a similar game. This is fun if you get a group of people 46 people. You don't want to do charades. You grab a dictionary and you divide into teams. And then you just pull out some obscure word from the dictionary. And then you have every team member. Give the definition and only one of them is right and the others are made up and then let the other team try to guess who is right. And who is. It's fun. I feel like you'd be really good at that, though, because you know, like every word. Oh, no, he would make up words Possibly alright. The definition of this word is unclear. Scot's thoughts.
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"At K L i f for David aiming on Tuesday morning, which we've sent this a lot. Yes. That kids are going to college. Yeah. And there's no more critical thinking right and they're being brainwashed into believing what the university wants them to believe. And now we have more evidence of that. There's a North Korean defector. Who was so excited To go to Columbia University from a South Korean University in 2016, and, according to Fox News, she was deeply disturbed by what she found. She said. I was expecting paying this fortune all this time and energy to learn how to think. But they're forcing you to think the way they want you to think. He said. I realized Wow, this is insane. I thought America was different. But I saw so many similarities to what I saw in North Korea that I started worrying. She saw similarities to what she knew. About North Korea. She said that the United States future is as bleak as North Korea and maybe that's overstating the situation. But she said that during the some of the red flags that she saw when she first got to the college during orientation, she was scolded by a university staff member for admitting that she enjoyed classic literature such as Books by Jane Austen, she said. I love those books. I thought it was a good thing and then the administrator or the staff member said, Did you know those writers had a colonial mindset? They were Racists and bigots and are subconsciously brainwashing. You She said. Well, what do you think you're doing to me, then? Right? Isn't that the same thing? Yeah, not subconsciously, she said every one of her classes at the Ivy League school was infected with what she saw as anti American propaganda reminiscent to the sort she had grown up with. She said she was taught in in North Korea. That, uh, there was a term American bastard. And it was used in all references to Americans. Apparently, she said, they would say in the North Korean school, the math problems there would say there are four American bastards. You killed two of them. How many American bastards are left to kill? And she says she's getting the same feeling. From her college education here in the United States. She says. Even North Korea is not this nuts. This is North Korea was pretty crazy, but not this crazy. He says. English is our third language. I learned it as an adult to sometimes say he or she by mistake. She's talking about being confused about the gender and language issues. Um, and now they're going to ask me to call them they Yeah. Good luck with that. Jesus out of the heck do I incorporate that into my sentences? Now look at this perspective. John Me Park is her name, she said in North Korea, she didn't know concepts like love or liberty. She said. At the age of 13. She had seen people dropped dead of starvation, she said, because I have seen oppression. I know what it looks like these kids, meaning the ones at the college here in the United States. I'm not oppressed. According to these kids keep saying how they're oppressed, how much injustice they've experienced. They don't know how hard it is to be free. Wow. What an amazing perspective. It is. It's too bad that, uh, The young people that she's going to school with are never going to hear her story unless they get it from directly from her. All right. We're going to take collar number five again for those tickets, because apparently we had a phone issue. We tried to give them away, so I think that's been resolved. So we call it number five. Now at 88 787 55 43. You'll win that four pack of tickets to see the Rangers next Monday play the A's at ease. At globally field coming up our cars that have autopilots built in. Are they dangerous? I will talk with the owner of one in just a minute. Right now at 6 45. It's traffic time again. Here's Bill Jackson. Sponsored by lows in Dallas on 6 35 West Standard Skillman. It's crashing the way they're one lane is squeezing by it's backed up past Ferguson. The road work continues for I 45 North found near Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard, so that's all backed up onto 1 75. Lake Dallas on I 35 North found at Lake Dallas Drive at accidents reported so that has already turned into will back up their onto the Lake Lewisville Bridge in Grand Prairie and 3 60 north on approaching Brown Boulevard Club,.
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"10 to 20 inches Monday and Tuesday s solo was gonna dropped about 2000 ft Tuesday morning. So expect snow pretty much from the Bumble Bee area north of Phoenix. All the way up Traveling is going to be very treacherous. Especially as we head into the Monday Tuesday time for England when nearly all of the ice 17 corridor north of Phoenix is going to be experiencing snowfall and weather service says you can expect to see a little bit of snow up on four peaks east of the Phoenix area. When you wake up on Tuesday morning Live in Phoenix Jump cross. Katie Our news get an update on traffic now live from the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic center. Here's Monica Read. Looking pretty good here in the valley. As far as accidents go, we're keeping those to a minimum out of town. An issue on the Beeline Highway North bound state Road 87 North found near ST Round 1 88 the right lanes black for GPS activity and reminder for the weekend if you typically drive in the North Valley Heads up for this eastbound 101 will be closed between Seventh Street and the state route 51 our weekend starting at 10 o'clock tonight through five o'clock Monday morning while they do a widening project there is he still wanna one from seventh Street to the 51. The supporters sponsored by Summit Male Medico Traffic's not getting any better. Neither will your erectile dysfunction Arlotto Doster on symptoms. Without the help of Summit Male medical go to some of male medical dot com. I'm Monica Read Katie Our news Partly cloudy skies today with a 20% chance of rain, The high 68 some clearing tonight with a low of 53. Then we cloud up again tomorrow with a chance of rain and.