17 Burst results for "Tuesday, July 13"

"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:17 min | 5 months ago

"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"And what a joy and pleasure it is to say that once again Jason and Alexis in the morning, the eight o'clock hour. Right here on my talk. Everything entertainment. Everything early Morning, early morning hunting. That's right. Oh, here we go. I've missed it. I haven't been able to haven't been able to hunt late. Are you hunting for today? Anything? I'm just going to whatever. I mean, That's right. Yes, in that movie, and there we go thing that moves, Groundhog. Whatever. Get your camouflage on, Uh, I'm Jace with Lex, Dawn and Kenny on this Tuesday, July 13th 2021. I missed you my talkers. I missed the show. Look, um, it's I I I love my little summer break, but I always That's a good amount of time. I feel very fortunate. I get to take it. I'm full of gratitude. Uh and I'm and it's a This is proof that it works for me mentally not to get too We will. But it is I am refreshed and ready to go and, um, just so excited to be back like so excited to be back. Um, so fun to hear all your stories, sins? Well speaking ways that you've named them? Uh huh. Well, speaking about what Lulu Lulu is referring to is, um, we always love these days when one of us returned from an adventure vacation story, Pelusa. And we were gone for so long and had such a great trip. Speaking of gratitude, I'm just grateful for call. Uh, we had some just great times and great talks and Just great conversations and laughed until our bellies hurt so much that we had to get it rubbed. Um and that's an old story. You can listen to that the six o'clock hour but anyway into the entire podcast today, please. Yeah. Um, So it was just such a probably one of my all time favorite vacations. Truly, truly, truly. There are so many stories that I thought it would be fun for you listening and for the three goobers here. In the airport. Colin and I named all of our stories and we're going to play. Choose your own adventure. Now it is Kenny's turn, Uh, to pick a story today, so to refresh everyone's memories. Here are the stories that we have available. Barb in star on a sunset cruise. Let's all go.

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"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on The Good Morning! I Love You! Show with Tom Booker

The Good Morning! I Love You! Show with Tom Booker

01:58 min | 5 months ago

"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on The Good Morning! I Love You! Show with Tom Booker

"Stuff that helps start your day off, right? Wow another day is here just like clockwork, the sun goes down and the sun comes up and we get another chance to do it all over again. Well I have something I want to tell you could I hope will make you feel good as you do it all over again and that's good morning. I love you. If you're a regular listener of the good morning, I love you show, then you might have noticed that the episodes are very repetitive and I want you to know that this is by choice because I'm a big believer in routines. If we can create good routines for ourselves, then we can create good days for ourselves. The good morning. I love you. Show is designed to be part of your daily routine that hopefully helps you start your day off, right? And continues working. It's podcast magic for the rest of your day. It's sort of like a cup of coffee for your ears and I've also found that when I create these podcast, my day goes better. So, it seems that trying to make you feel good. Makes me feel good. And dear listener. I don't know about you, but I like to feel good. So, it's Tuesday and in keeping with the good morning. I love you show routine. That means that it's tells somebody Tuesday. That's where we take some time out of our day to tell somebody that we'd love them, it just takes a few seconds and I bet that it will make both. Yep. And them have a better day. And if you find telling one person that you love them, makes you feel good. Try doubling it up and tell another person. Let's fill this day with love. Are quote, perverted life comes from a coffee mug. Given to me, by my friend Mike Mitchell, my coffee mug, says, whatever you are. Be a good one. There, you have it, dear listeners. Now, let's go out there today and tell someone that we love them. And follow the sage advice for my coffee mug. But before you go, I have something that I want to tell you and that's good morning. I love you.

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"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

04:06 min | 5 months ago

"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"And david so far this year the faa has received more than thirty four hundred reports of those unruly passengers. Remember that the federal mask mandate is in place at least until september day thinking about the flight crews have to deal with them all all right. Thanks now that your money tonight. The prices you pay at the checkout numerous showing inflation rising at the fastest pace now in thirteen years. Consumer prices rose point nine percent last month. That's up five point four percent from a year ago. So what's driving this. Let's bring in. Abc's chief business and economics correspondent rebecca jarvis rebecca david. This means your dollar. Today doesn't stretch as far as it did just one month ago in particular. If you're trying to purchase a used car or truck those prices up ten and a half percent. In june hotels up seven point nine percent beef prices up four and a half percent poultry fish and eggs up two and a half percent and for anyone who recently received a bonus or a raise at work. These price hikes are eating into that additional income. The question now is how long it lasts. Economists are divided the white house and the federal reserve believed this temporary whereas other top economists. David believe this could be a more lasting increase of prices. David you'll be tracking it. Rebecca jarvis thank you ten days now until the olympics and unprecedented restrictions in tokyo amid this corona virus. In fact we've now learned that athletes will have to arrive at their venue five days before the actual events starts and that they must leave forty eight hours after they're done. James longman from tokyo tonight tonight an olympics that still so many or against set to begin in just ten days with tokyo in yet another state of emergency nothing about these games will be normal a massive testing in quarantining processes in place. Athletes lost arrive. The olympic village five days before sports start and they have to leave the country within forty eight hours of finishing their event and musk's a mandatory at all times except when competing with daily tests and trucking apps to monitor movement. No high fives. They'll handshakes no cheering. No yelling it is going to be a very spartan existence all this delta variant numbers climb hair. Doctors wanted accounts for thirty four percent of cases in the tokyo region. But it'll be seventy five percent by the end of the month and tonight some members of team. Usa are already in japan. The women's soccer team tweeting. These images saying thank you to the miyazaki jinja shrine for welcoming us with the traditional shinto. Victory ceremony if an athlete does test positive. They an anyone they come into contact with has to isolate but with so many teams travelling here together. A lot of athletes could have their olympics. Derail david james longman. We're glad you're there for us. James thanks when we come back here tonight news this evening about a major hospital. Mix up the wrong patient getting a new kidney to baltimore tonight and two police officers are in stable condition. This evening after being shot while attempting to arrest of murder suspect following the suspect's vehicle into security square mall parking lot then fired on when they approached officers firing back. The suspect did not survive and that major hospital mix up in cleveland. University hospitals admitting tonight at transplant patient who received a kidney intended for another patient. Luckily hospital officials say that kidney is compatible with the patient. Got it the other person's transplant now delayed to hospital employees on administrative leave to index and actor. Charlie robinson has died best known for his role as mac on night core a career spanning fifty years tonight friends and former co stars remembering him as a gentleman and a wonderful actor. Robinson seventy five. Finally tonight here. The surprise for a father turning seventy and then the jump surprising everyone joyous huddleston from decatur mississippi serving the us army separated through his duties and then of course the pandemic he is not seen his family in two years at when he finally got the all clear to return home just in time for his father's seventieth birthday joyous.

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"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

03:39 min | 5 months ago

"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Tonight tonight with an alarming increase in covid cases in more than half the country at arkansas. Worry this could be. The deadliest. Can't ignore the fact that arkansas has a low vaccination rate compared to other states And at the delta is the predominant variant interstate. You put those two together and you're in for the perfect storm in arkansas today. Dr steady meta telling me. The average age of their covy patients now is in the late forties and much more sick than previous surges about ninety two percent unvaccinated. Arkansas one of thirty states with less than half its residents fully vaccinated hospital admissions up nearly fifty five percent in. Just the last two weeks cheryl tucker just released from the hospital today after a week. Battling her second. Bout of covid shows unvaccinated vaccinated. Now i i'm not gonna say one hundred percent but i'm thinking about it. After meeting with pfizer federal health officials saying they do not believe those who are fully vaccinated will need a booster. At this time we will be gathering data as the weeks go by and if fact there's a decision if and went to give boosters then we'll hear about it in the remote mountains of western north carolina linda edwards stock. She did it need a vaccine until she and her son ended up in the hospital with cove it for two weeks. It is not worth not taking the vaccine because of what it can do your family and i mean we could eventually had a two funerals. Let's get to. Alex express live in little rock arkansas tonight. Alex mentioned the pfizer vaccine company. Acknowledging more data is needed before that third shot meantime the j. and j. one shot vaccine making news. Scientists reportedly looking to a potential modification to reduce those rare. Blood clots associated with the vaccine. And then we had that. Fda warning in the last twenty four hours about that rare nerve condition associated with the same shot. David there are reports scientists from around the world are working on a possible tweak or fixed in the j. and j. vaccine the company tonight only saying they support that continued research. The cdc has set to have a special meeting next week to discuss j. and j. and those rare reports of john bari syndrome. David alright alex. We appreciate it. In the meantime we turn now to the severe weather threat for some forty million americans over the next twenty four hours. Severe storms moving into the northeast at this hour. New york city for one is having its wettest july on record since one thousand nine hundred seventy five and of course the month is only half over the northeast soaked. While the west suffers blistering heat dozens of wildfires the philadelphia area already hit with. What's being called a one hundred year event. Drivers rescued their torrential rain. Causing a partial bridge collapse in seneca illinois herring rescue for the driver in this truck and in the west as i mentioned california's river fire burning across two counties near yosemite abc's aerial russia tonight on the tale of two countries. Tonight new severe. Storms threatening the northeast after pummeling the mid-atlantic the more of the same today more rain more. Storms thunderstorms stalling over the philadelphia area overnight turning into a flash flood emergency up to ten inches of rain in spots in just a few hours swamping. The evening commute about water right. There's probably about thirty six inches. The first responders and marine units rescuing families from their flooded homes. The national weather service calling the extreme flooding a hundred year event and in the west harrowing images of residents fleeing the out of control bootleg fire in oregon. That's now more than two hundred thousand acres scary. It's enough to make you cry..

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"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:33 min | 5 months ago

"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Tonight several developing stories as we come on the air the battle over voting rights in this country at a boiling point president by late today saying new state laws pushed by republicans are the most significant test of our democracy since the civil war asking republicans leading these efforts. Have you know shame tonight. The governor of texas now saying he will arrest democratic lawmakers who have left his stayed in their efforts to block a vote. They're also tonight. News on the coronavirus the states where the delta variant is surging tonight also this evening news on the johnson and johnson one shot vaccine and on the pfizer vaccine after talk of a potential booster. Shot a third shot where things stand tonight. We're also tracking potential storms. Just as we come on the air threatening the northeast up to ten inches of rain already in the last twenty four hours in the philadelphia area alone families rescued from flooded homes and the fires in the west tonight from california to oregon residents escaping one fire. Now burning across more than two hundred thousand acres. Senior meteorologist rob marciano tracking it all cuba on tonight police detaining protesters after historic anti-government demonstrations. And we're now seeing in miami. Tonight victoria kendall. Is there chaos in the air of the new report from the faa tonight. The number of unruly flyers jumping at an alarming rate. This florida woman allegedly refusing to wear her mask. And how long masks are expected to last on planes cigarette money and the prices you pay at the checkout permit to eggs two used cars. What's driving these higher prices. Are they here to stay. Or is this temporary. Rebecca jarvis with the reality check tonight ten days until the olympics unprecedented restrictions in tokyo amid corona virus. We've learned athletes will have to arrive at their venue five days before their actual events starts and must leave forty eight hours after they're done. James longman from tokyo tonight here at home. A suspect opening fire on police officer shot in baltimore while taking down a murder suspect. And how did this happen hospital. Mix up in ohio. The wrong patient getting a new kidney and remembering an actor who made a smile from abc interest world headquarters. And this is world news tonight with david your anything. It's great to have you with us here in a very busy.

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"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

02:04 min | 5 months ago

"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

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"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

02:06 min | 5 months ago

"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

"The hope is that these price increases will slow down in the fall as we go back to work in back to school and as we address these supply chain. Bottlenecks lester right stephanie. thank you with more. Severe weather expected this week. Especially in parts of the plains and midwest scientists are increasing pointing to climate change is a major factor erin. Mclaughlin reports in the northeast freak flooding in a matter of hours parts of pennsylvania doused with up to eleven inches of rain residents forced to flee their homes meanwhile out west historic heat with the region's largest fire still only zero percent contained after four days of explosive growth. Smoke from that. Fire in oregon. Now clouding the skies over utah. Extreme conditions leading to extreme concern a scientists say climate change shows no signs of slowing. Its deadly rampage. Scientists have predicted this for the last seventy years. But it's actually happening more quickly and it's more intense than we realized so far this year there have been eight billion dollar weather disasters from the deadly texas freeze in february to the heat wave that hit the pacific northwest killing more than two hundred and devastating. The coastline with hundreds of millions of muscles literally cooked alive and events so scientists now say it would have been virtually impossible without human caused. Climate change. severe heat is drying out the west with reservoirs reaching new lows. The parched conditions now fuelling infernos across the region making the fires bigger and more destructive. Two thousand twenty was a record. Fire season for california but with more than twice as much scorched earth compared to this same time last year tonight a record already on track to be broken across the west extreme heat continues to threaten ten million americans and officials are asking californians to cut down their water. Use by fifteen. Percent lester aaron. Thank you tense moments today inside a mall near baltimore way. Homicide suspect.

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"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

02:21 min | 5 months ago

"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

"In rural mostly unvaccinated communities troubling number of infections are now being detected in cities like saint louis new york and los angeles tonight and evolving virus with an emerging threat. Just as the youngest unprotected americans get ready to return to the classroom regalia said for kids who qualify more than sixty percent art vaccinated. I'm thinking through the calendar here. There's not a lot of time before school. You're right last night. It takes about five weeks to become fully vaccinated. And that's exactly when children start returning to school so for parents who want to get their children inoculated before the start of the school year. Now is the time to act. Lester gail meager thank you. There's also a lot of talk and confusion lately about booster shots. Dr john torres joins me now dr john. Can you send it straight for us lester. The confusion started when israel announced it would give certain citizens with weakened immune systems a third shot to increase antibody levels. But its own for those with the most compromised. Immune systems transplant patients. And not for the general population. And now here in the us. The cdc and the fda with manufacturer like pfizer to jump start the process so if and when boosters are needed which they may be will be ready but for now the bottom line is if you're fully vaccinated you don't need a booster shot at least not yet. Lester dr doris. Thank you in just sixty seconds. The biggest inflation jump in years. We'll tell you which items are seeing the biggest surges and win relief might be inside. Our world is facing some big challenges. Chuck todd breaks them down a deep dive into a new topic. Instead of covering all the big stories. We're gonna cover one. Single subject impacting american politics exploring and explaining the critical issues that affect our future meet the press reports. All episodes of season two are now available on demand on peacock. Hey everyone it's msnbc's mainly when my podcast into america explore what. It means to be black in america with so much news. We need context to understand who we are and where we've been so each week i talk to people and learn their stories stories that confront injustice and celebrate.

"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News

03:18 min | 5 months ago

"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on NBC Nightly News

"Secure it. They're doing this in a fit because they don't want mail in ballots to be verified. They don't want the signatures to be verified. They don't want basic integrity steps to be strengthened in the state of texas. The state's republican governor calling the democrats. Move a stunt. Isn't that the most un texan thing. You've ever heard texans running from fight there. There quitters late tonight vice president harris praising the texas legislators for putting a spotlight on the issue anthony. I'm here to thank you. Still democrats do not have the votes to stop. The republican backed bills in texas nor to pass their voting rights bills in the senate we. The people will never give up with peter. Senate democrats would likely have to make a very controversial rule change in order to pass those bills correct. Yeah that's that's right. That is the dilemma now. For democrats pass those voting rights bills. They need ten republican votes. But they have none. The alternative here would be to eliminate the filibuster rule which they could do with a democrat onboard. But right now at least two democrats oppose it. Lester all right peter. Alexandra the white house. Thank you growing concern this evening about new kovin infections. A number of daily cases doubling in the last three weeks well about one hundred and eighty four million or at least partially vaccinated less than half. The population has full protection. This comes as health. Officials met with pfizer discuss. Whether there's a need for a booster shot. Here's miguel almaguer with that. After a private meeting with pfizer monday night today. The cdc and fda say they're still not enough evidence. Americans need a booster the nation struggling to get ninety. Eight million americans. Their first shot much less their third. And now there's growing concern over protecting the twenty eight million school age kids under twelve. Who are still likely months away from qualifying for a vaccine before heading back to campus. If you're not vaccinated. I prefer that they remers parents say they're frustrated by the conflicting messages and lack of planning the cdc says any student not vaccinated needs a mask at school but most states have no uniform plan to require that of the twenty five million children for vaccination roughly a third are fully inoculated any outbreaks could lead to closures. Seem to be added planning being that right now and we're just setting ourselves up for failure for another chaotic school year with nearly twenty thousand new covert infections reported in children last week. The state health officer and mississippi says ten children there are currently on life support because of the delta variant clusters of cases at summer. Camp are fueling new. Worry when school returns there could be a fall serve. The threat is incredibly real. And we're already seen surges in parts of the country where there are high pockets of unvaccinated people. Add to that an in-person school attendance of primarily unvaccinated children and you have an opportunity for these surges and hot spots as delta forces. Some hospitals to reopen covert awards. Cases are on the rise again in twenty seven states after.

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"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on The View

The View

08:48 min | 5 months ago

"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on The View

"We of course will be back sooner than eric. I think because can't do it tomorrow. But maybe you could one day. We'll say flu. The magnificent magnificent collie kind of britain is all of the map lately. Filming her series the white lotus in hawaii and playing a ma an oregon mom in the new film joey joe bell and to institute story of how a teenage boys tragic suicide since his father on a nationwide journey to honor his son and find himself. Take a look. Keep walking keep walking. Don't come home okay. Don't come home till you figure out whatever it is you need to figure out but i really hope that's not just you being some facebook celebrity. Get your picture taken with people. Are you walking for jaden. Joe if you're walking for j you let david much wanted to come. Please welcome back. Connie britton joy has first question. Hi connie so nice to see you again getting too so we were talking yesterday and hot topics about valerie. Bertinelli who is fighting back against these twitter troll to fry who shamed for gaining weight and she was so upset about it. You know you've played strong. Female characters urine shows like friday night. Lights and nashville. And you say that you've made it your goal to counteract what women are supposed to look like onscreen that is not easy to do and show business. The maintenance of a skinny body seems absolutely on top of the list. So how are you doing this. Well you know. I just i i feel like my migrate joy and the opportunity that i've had over the years is to Depict women in very authentic ways close to the way we really are as as i ran depending on what the role is and as i personally get older as we all do i you know i'm feeling the effects of that. I'm doing it in front of the camera. You know. I have all of the impact of hollywood and you know the social media thing that i try to stay away from as much as possible but you know i just feel like if i can continue to convey the idea that we are are authentic solves our most beautiful selves And whatever that looks like and the more we can do to explore what that is each of us individually as women. The more powerful and i think the happier will be and and a lot of that has to do with walking out all that Outside noise because the outside noise takes away from what are true voices so you know. I just keep trying to do that and yeah it's not easy. You know i keep. I keep having people's lately are always you know what i love about you. I love that you're not doing anything to your face like i. That's a compliment. i loved. I love that you just letting yourself age. That is just a messing could free. And i'm like yeah thank you. I think at world needs to stop acting like women. Aging is an act of bravery. It's just what happens. But i think it's so toxic that people talk that way to women. But that's just me i your new movie joe. Belva do by the way they do it our whole lives. It just takes different forms depending on what iru decade. You're in also your one most beautiful woman in the world so people were saying that crap. Do you imagine what the rest of us feel like. I mean anyway. I talked to you about this whole show but we have to promote movie which is amazing. Your new movie joe. Bell is based on the true story. Of an oregon. Dad played by mark. Wahlberg who walks across the country to raise awareness about bullying after fifteen year. Old son jayden who was gay. Commit suicide you say that. The film teaches us how to be better allies house. Oh and how did you approach playing jason's mom lola. Well what i love about this film is that it's it's really it's it's really about redemption and what the film shows is people who have genuine misunderstanding about their own son and the fact that he's gay and is due and the community doesn't accept him and his and he is bullied and even his own father doesn't understand and what so we get to go on that journey in the film and watch through. His father's is joe. Bell played like by mark wahlberg. We get to watch him. Start to understand and discover and educate himself and not be afraid of who his son was. Authentically and i think by audiences being able to see that and experience it on this beautiful journey and the storytelling in this film. My hope is that we will open a lot of people's eyes and create a lot more understanding for people who just don't know any better opening their eyes and hopefully their hearts as well Thank you for doing this film because this telling these stories is so important. Because they're kids like that across this country that are watching right now But you're also starring in a new. Hbo limited series called the white lotus a social satire about the darker side of a group of wealthy vacationers in staff at a tropical resort. Now shot this series in hawaii during the pandemic which is not the worst place in the world to be holed up. What was that light. Well it was. I mean it was. It was fantastic and we felt a little bit while a lot sort of spoiled slash guilty because it was really right in the midst of the pandemic and really everybody had been locked down. We had all been live down and and in fact in maui at the four seasons which is where we were. We were also locked down so if there was ever an opportunity for the four seasons in maui to be to be locked out on that was it but it was just so beautiful and Rebel really fortunate and The cast really bonded and The scripts are fantastic. Mike white wrote and directed it and he's just an incredible voice and a very astute observer of human behavior. And so i think i think audiences are really gonna love the show. It's funny it's biting. it's jarring. It's a little too recognizable Yeah it's fun but the show is actually great. I've watched it. And it's it's all those things i to ask you this. You know this past year was a difficult one for a lot of people not only because of the pandemic of course but because of the racial reckoning going on in our country you are a single mom adopting you adopted your son from ethiopia ten years ago. What has your experience been raising black sun during this time. And what kinds of conversations have you been having with him. Well it's been Complicated and As if it. I think it's been for everybody in for different reasons and in different ways You know for me i. I am going through my own reckoning of the privileged that i've been raised with an and grown up in and and have been able to create my life in and At the same time and raising a black boy in america.

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"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on The View

The View

05:24 min | 5 months ago

"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on The View

"Sir a great and you're right and and let me say to you. I am not the choir when we talk about public safety. I wrote the song I knocked on a countless number of doors. Where mothers and fathers lost. Children of violence is destroying our city in our in our country. You can't have one hundred shooters in chicago and just normalize that we see what's happening here in new york with a thirteen year old boy assassinated in the bronx ten year old. Young man named justin kilty rockaway. These stories are all too familiar. And you know what is going to destroy our economic recovery. We're going to lose our high income earners. Because they don't feel safe. We go to lose the multibillion dollar industry of tourism because we're watching people shot in times square and we're going to lose it in transit system where people don't feel safe so what must we do. We must have a holistic approach to dealing with violence. not only a prevention which is the long-term things but intervention intervention. I'm going to put in place A plain clothes anti gun unit to do with score precision police in to go after those known individuals were carrying guns and using guns. We learned from the president. Which i'm so pleased with because he has finally used his office to talk about this. Holistic approach state federal city levels coming together to deal with not only the law enforcement aspect of it. But what are the feeders of crime. We feed crime in his country and in the city. And i'm going to turn that around and we have a partner with the president. That's going to dollars and making this happen. I'm from the bronx. And i follow a lot of these stories that do come out of the bronx and in terms of police violence as well as the the increased crime rate. And i understand that you yourself have been a vocal critic of police violence. You mentioned earlier today that you were beaten by cops as a team but according to the new york times you explicitly called for more police to police the subways and you back recall reinstituting. A reformed put link close anti-crime squad who back squad was responsible for the death of eric garner. And but recently you said the prerequisite to prosperity is safety and justice if we don't have them together it matter how many police officers you put on the street. I don't think that you can have it both ways. So my question to you is how do you intend to make the nypd less abusive but more effective. And i love that. Because i strongly disagree with you. You can have it both ways. That is where we have in the challenge. We believe we need one or the other. We believe we need to have public safety or justice that is wrong you have them both number one. We need real leadership. Where i'm going to clean lau message to my police officers. I have your backs but you will have the backs of the people of this city that you swore to protect and i know the job because i wanted uniform for twenty two years but i also was abused at the hands of police officers. So let's set the right Terms and right conditions condition police agencies. It can't take for years to get rid of abusive in abusive police officer like we did with pantaleo who killed every every gardener. We have become a safe haven for abusive police officers in our police departments across this country and in new york city police department that stop days. They won if you are not suitable to wear that uniform. You're not going to bring down a nobility of public protection. You'll be out of my department in a short period of time second. We have to do with this. Very real violence and not allow both these conversations to become convoluted dealing with police. Misconduct is a separate conversation from dealing with the violence in our streets and when people state that in order to make our cities safe. We have to have heavy handed. Policing that is wrong. I know we could have both. And i'm going to show the city of new york how we're going to have both. We're going to have a police department. That's respecting the public. Going to rebuild trust and we have safest city a safer city because of that. All right well you know. Don't go anywhere because you know we have more questions. Sit tight and we'll be right back. Americans are finally learning the truth this summer about tulsa oklahoma buried underneath the city or what could be the answers to a century old mystery the remains of victims from the tulsa race massacre of nineteen. Twenty one how did this happen. Who was responsible. And how do we move forward. That's what we're trying to answer in tulsa buried truth available now wherever you listen to podcasts. We are back.

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"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on The View

The View

08:08 min | 5 months ago

"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on The View

"Around those scenes in the importance of choosing to get vaccinated tennessee's department of health has yet to comment on this but joy should teens take matters into their own hands if they feel they should get vaccinated and school. And it's allowed in tennessee by the way well you know what we like to think. We're smarter than our kids. But a lotta times. The kids are smarter than their parents. I mean i've experienced my daughter's having more sense than i had various times in my life. So i would give them more credit and you know when you when they watch. These kids are watching a room full of people at cpac convention applauding the fact that biden is not going to reach his vaccination goal. They're putting the freedom to get sick and die. They're watching their parents. Do behave stupidly. In my opinion and i think that these kids are should be allowed to make their own decisions. Frankly you know. I mean a lot of times the kids even even with the central. I mean i don't wanna bring a boertien into this but sometimes you have young girls who are afraid to tell their parents that they're pregnant because some uncle has molested them. Some horrible thing is happened to them. And they can't get permission to get an abortion. And i think that kids sometimes have the should have the ability to do. The science is telling them to do and a lot of kids. I mean acquitted. Doctor fiscus the tennessee department of health has now been instructed to stop promoting vaccines of any kind for children. I mean let's make measles great again. You know bring back polio. Is that what they want to do. In these states. These kids are at the mercy of these ignorant parents in my opinion and yes they should be allowed to do it. Sunny a lot of states require parental consent before kids under eighteen can get vaccinated but when it comes to covid should consent. Laws be relaxed. I don't think so. I think that's a very slippery slope. I mean the bottom line is what be. This is an age old legal issue when our children of age and capable of making their own health decisions and as joy mentioned in terms of abortion. There have been many times where where teenagers are allowed to get. Make those medical choices for themselves in tennessee. In particular there is something called the a mature minor doctrine so in that state minors are allowed over the age of fourteen to make a decision as to whether or not they're going to be inoculated but forty states have laws that require consent of the parent when kids are eighteen years and younger. And i have to say this is sort of right where i was as a parent because my daughter's fifteen and when people over the age i believe of twelve were allowed to be vaccinated. We had to have that discussion. And paloma wanted the vaccine. She wanted some normalcy back to her life. She wanted to be able to go to school. She wanted to be able to play basketball. And it was a discussion that we had as a family. But i made my husband and i made the final determination and i don't think that Kids that are twelve to fifteen sixteen. Seventeen really are not all kids are capable of making those decisions. And i don't think that they should. I think this is the realm of parenting right. Sarah how you feel about this. I mean is fourteen old enough to consult a doctor without a parent. I don't think so. I know there are situations where Like as sunny said she actually said not. All kids are ready to do this. There are cases that you know of very mature young people and their input should be considered definitely but you know there are states where like the district of columbia voted to allow children as young as eleven to get recommended vaccines without parental consent. It's easy in this situation because we all on. This show are very strong believers in this vaccine. So it's easy to say. Well you know maybe they should but this is too young to be making medical decisions about their bodies by themselves mainly because with parental oversight you can avoid them being scammed by something like. Let's say they're allowed to get a vaccine in a truck pulls up and people are like we're giving out vaccines. There's got to be some oversight to make sure these kids aren't You know one making bad decisions but to maybe a child thinks like if i get more than one shot him even more inoculated. You just need parents to be involved at this point. This is kind of under my roof under my rules. Type of of Situation especially when it comes to their medical and healthcare right. We think megan. I mean you have a brand new one who who des. There's no reason for you to be thinking about this in particular except when we're talking about something like this and you see the future what do you think do you did. You feel like you could have said. Hey doc i i would like to have the vaccine when you fourteen signings. Yeah i agree with sunny. This really tough. It's sort of like an accidental question. That would be presented in a philosophy class in college about children and the right to make the decision on their own. And i with what sarah said to that like. There's just lots of different kinds of fourteen year olds teenagers. there's some that are credibly mature. There's some that i'm related to the quite frankly i wouldn't trust to pick up my dry cleaning so They're smart kids and there's kids that just mature a little later. The this vaccine is an fda approved yet it was rushed out for emergency purposes which we all understand and there's still questions about it which is fine to ask questions and i think again it's one thing for me as a thirty six year old grown woman to to take it I would have more questions quite frankly about a young teenager or younger Everyone has to make their own decision on their personal level. And i respect that. But i think this is tricky and i think this is hard and i'm certainly far from being an anti vaccine celebrated it and cried when i got the vaccine. I was so happy. And i encourage everyone in all people who who are able to and who are hesitant to do it because it really has changed my life in the country for the better i can do basically whatever i want now but i think this is a really really hard question but i don't believe that nurse should have lost her job. No i agree with you. I don't think she should have lost her job. Either particularly when the age is fourteen and up to make these kinds of decisions you know. I think it's a decision that if you can't speak to your parents about but you feel strongly about you have to then find an adult to talk to to figure out what the the ups and and sideways are with this because it is. It's a tough. It's a tough decision you know if you're a few fourteen or if you're forty five brown folks are having a hard time with this decision. So you know. We'll continue to talk about this so we'll keep you posted on what's going on with this nurse. Who was fired. we'll be right. Back is still ago at view year deal. We partnered with tenders. For at least half of oprah dailies latest batch of favorite things so get to view your deal dot now. Hey welcome back. Now oprah winfrey.

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"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

05:46 min | 5 months ago

"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Yeah i just feel like it's this kind of like i don't know if this is the right word like the gentrification of the ice cream experience making it more expensive more fancy when it's like ice cream experiences should be like what you were a kid wearing flip flops and it's the cone is melting in your hand like it's not that serious you know it's not like it's an craft like it's ice cream. Yeah so these fancy places with their fancy. Foreign names like red mango. That's where i'm at. You can find the local sixteen handles. Yeah i mean. I'm really into cold stone. Creamery i feel i. It's a lost art. Hundred percent. Carbel stunning stunning. I'm just into the like you know like old school. Like americana bloke scrimshaw. Yeah he'll wins. Yeah fancy feel like big gay. Ice cream is really good though. 'cause ice cream big ice cream. I don't loop in with those fans me neither but like milk marta. They make it like milk. Yeah it's just like ice cream did not need to be. Reinvented and there doesn't need to be the upper echelon of like fancy creameries. They're just an ice cream shop. you know. yeah it's a shop. I wanna go to pops yet. But what about pink carey. See that's interesting. I think pink carey is kind of the cornerstone of these two because now pink. Various like this the chain and like you literally. It's like starbucks like it's disgusting. It's like smelly dirty and no one's ever in there but at one point daily kind of start a trend like elite ice cream trend so the kind of became their own their own demise. Yeah 'cause all these other fancy better chain started popping up and they just became like shitty local regional chain. Yeah but sometimes it is good still. It's not it is but if you would never have liked it's tart well not anymore. When it first came out i was like everyone is quaking over. This tart. Literally greek yogurt. It was disgusting. I want somebody. This is ice cream. This a salad like it was disgusting. Then they they grew because they have chains everywhere and then they had like chocolate peanut butter bonilla instead of playing tart and subpar ice cream. And you get so little toppings you think you're getting lock as you get to choose three. You get a plastic goals. Yes you know. What the best is that. Most people won't even know what i'm talking about. Because it was a very small chain in the city. I think two locations. I don't even know if you can call that a chain off the wall you remember. Yeah that was like sixteen handles like sixteen handles and you just load us. Sixteen handles has a quality control problem because they blew up really fast now. Every single one is like a dumb blonde. Yeah there's raspberries on the floor. Kids running around like mary sees like boys and bury the is very good then. Yeah that is a good premise. But not in not in a covid world we know. What's an underrated franchise. I really hope you know what i'm about to say. Come on remind. Is it new york. It's an old school franchise not haagen-dazs no baskin robbins. No it's not like a brand name like that might be like a regional thing. How regional are we talking. Give me like a low cow. Just give it to me okay. We have been to one in long island and also camp. I'm trying to think about ready. T. c. b. y. The country's yogurt like very underrated. There's so many great. They shot themselves in the foot when they named themselves. The country's best yogurt because they're not and it's also weird like where you want to go to school..

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"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

03:37 min | 5 months ago

"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"There's a lot of bad blood between them but it's not because he spins something in a way and this masterful about if anything he's ever having a really hard time spinning back right like he came out as a loser. He's not the master spin in something. In one way that guy harvey from tmz could be considered the master of spin. Yes i would agree with that also. I just want to put it out there. I don't think women is about. I don't think so right now. I don't think so either but there are rumors going around. I think there was like jim. Lob lines that like scooter seton will. There were all those messages about him and erica. Jane remember okay. It feel like that's also irrelevant to this story. It is but i just wanna say couple hasn't work. It doesn't work for me at all. So i want to say message. Charged fifties Scooter but like i don't really. I really feel weird. Maybe it's just 'cause i'm a child of divorce. I don't like the weird like parading and celebrating a family. You tell you what it is making. Tell you what it is. What's going on between scooter. And taylor is business yes this is scooters personal life. Yeah and. I don't think that they should be acquainted acquainted and against one. Another hundred business. Were to suffer like the guy you guys do business like when it has to do with his personal life i i think it's irrelevant and i think it's just like immature like make fun of it. So yes i won't. I'm hoping they can work it out me as well and by the way one more thing we know about taylor she a hopeless romantic like even with people she hates. I don't think you'll be wishing divorce upon people you know i do but again. It has nothing to do with taylor. It has nothing to do with taylor. Even she was wishing. That's not how divorce work. It's just very hard when you're like a really invested fifty to speak on scooter braun without literally mentioning her name in every sentence. That is my personal cross to berry..

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"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

02:20 min | 5 months ago

"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"So we're even a few years ago a few years ago yeah It wasn't that many no it was a long time. We haven't said gucci bag bag. You bag bag. It's because we don't have a clock right. We were talking about that last week. What can you put on the apple. Tv just like a clock app. So is it be when it becomes eleven eleven. We can make away she. I don't even know what i would wish for. What would it be used to wish for. Besides a gucci bag Will you know they were more. So like internal wishes anything. I would wish. I don't think i would chair because then it wouldn't come true and it's like really fucking personal. It's so personal. Even though i pretty much wish for the same thing like with every gift. And i think a broad ray to everyone does raise health happiness success forever. You care about enterpise. Yes i think. A lot of people and for yourself and workplace and harsher punishment. What only for parole. Violators quote that line from miss congeniality and i can never remember what she actually says for punishment for parole violators. I think. I don't think that's what she says. Actually look it up. Google and that reminds me. I don't know if i've ever shared this on the show. Do you know what my Drag name is no disgrace illusory bush. That's great isn't it. Yeah do you have one no one you come up with it. It's not like a store. Oh yes that would be harsher punishment for parole. Violators stan. very good. You need to think about up. Okay i will maybe challenge. Maybe some people will have a traditional and like red. You know 'cause you here's read. Yeah sure we'll see. I think it too cool How he said. I was told by some members of the community that the miss congeniality references a very like hetero reference which. I thought it was like totally a popular movie in the gay community. But i guess it's not interesting. Yeah so it's not like a totally valid drag name is what i've heard. Okay brian. Maybe you need to rethink your says. Well yeah but. I'm like so proud of the creativity that i came up with you know. Yeah that i'm not willing to let it go i. It's pickle. Have confidence in your choices. I'm it's so hard when you make the worst choices most of the time. Yeah okay. How was your day yesterday. It was really good..

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"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:42 min | 5 months ago

"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Funny, funny back. Never. Thank God is a good they used to play on KNBR. The wire was shot in Baltimore. There's no country boys on the wire. No, no, There's no fiddles and green. I didn't see any fiddles like I got cakes on the griddle. But I didn't see any griddles either. To be honest and funny, Rito. Anyway, Um Trey Mancini and I know when the story came out, it's kind of like you paid attention to it briefly, and then you moved on, but to see him in the home run Derby, a year after colon cancer stage, three colon cancer and six months of chemotherapy. And for him to be in the box. In the finals against Peter Alonso was truly and that's awesome. Awesome, awesome story. So that was that was cool and no doubt I was rooting for him. He just couldn't beat. Mighty Peter Alonso. The the was his team that he played for for the born born brain braves. Yeah. What's your cape History, Polly? Well, only a couple of nothing I can really get into on the issue. Curry College guy. Yeah, Yeah, A couple of you know, a couple of Ms Grande. Yes. Yeah, yeah. Really A couple of get together down there. They're extremely blurry. In what towns? I don't even remember. I don't even remember somebody's house was this somehow seems enough. Oh, boy went up on the cape by accident. You off the air, Okay. All right. All right. You got a couple of those this week. Now There's a whole thing. It was a whole stare in 1990 Watch out. All right. Here we go into it All Star game Tuesday look very much forward to it. Get the guest list. On the other side. It's Tuesday, July 13 on KNBR, one of 45 and 6 80, the sports leader. Moving that podcasts are available now on Spotify by searching KNBR sports leader Traffic.

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"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:40 min | 5 months ago

"tuesday, july 13" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Have a closure. The on ramp from wardrobe to westbound. I 70 Is closed for construction. We didn't have a crash cart to 70 eastbound at Brighton Boulevard. But that has been cleared. Fox 31 10 point weather calling for mostly sunny skies today high temperature near 89 this afternoon and overnight low down around 59 62 in Denver now With their impact Traffic and weather. Bill Jones 6 30 K. How At Murdoch's fun in the sun sail through Tuesday, July 13 get discounts on Wrangler clothing, fun stuff like sandals, flow tubes and outdoor chairs and yard care items like power tremors need a pellet grill on sale only at Murdoch's ranch and home supply. In season two of the hit podcast paper Ghosts, investigative journalist M. William Phelps searches for the truth behind the tragedy of July 4th weekend 1981. A massive fire engulfs the farmhouse in America's Heartland. Four members of the wealthy Ohio family are dead, but wasn't the fire that killed him? My brother says Carol, something's up. They're not telling us everything. It's not a fire. There is too much like listen to season two of paper ghosts on the I heart radio app or wherever you get your podcasts. I don't know about you, but I need a music festival in my life right now. Oh, yeah, It's baseball games for me. I miss overpriced hot dogs. I even miss those annoying wrist bands digging into my skin. I miss obnoxious foam finger guy. Well, I miss it when it rains during the first set, and I have a mud in my shoes all day. I miss it all Getting vaccinated is the best way to help prevent Covid 19 and get us back to the good times. Have you gotten yours yet? Yep..

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