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"two six weeks" Discussed on The Slow Newscast from Tortoise Media
"Their offices set up at the border to receive children. They predate the trump administration but that generally for teenagers who attempt to cross by themselves. They weren't set up for toddlers of a babies. These facilities that just simply weren't prepared for the zero tolerance policy. They didn't have nappies or formula. It was a mess trump and his team will. They're blaming everyone from the democrats to the parents. Themselves is congress's job to create the law in the president's already laid out in glad lease stated a number of times publicly that he would sign legislation that fixes these loopholes and fixes our immigration system by the twentieth of june. Two six weeks after the policy became official nine months after it started. The trump administration does a youtube. So we're going to have strong very strong borders but we're going to keep the families together. I didn't like the site with a feeling of families. Being separated is a problem. That's gone many years as you know many administrations and we're working very hard immigration. It's been left out in the call. People been dealt with it and we are dealing with and finally on the twenty sixth of june judge subroto issues a nationwide injunction and orders the trump administration to reunite the families who have been separated and he tells them to do this within thirty days. It was a win but at that moment it meant little to kennedy who remained trapped in a detention center in texas. She had just been forced to appear in front of a full asylum. Herring alone without a lawyer by now. She'd been over six months without her children u. c. travel wisden contra and there was the judge there was the prosecutor there was an officer but no one gave me their right to present my documentation because my documents had not reached me over evidence that i had had not written me. It did not give me the right. Had nothing else to do. He wouldn't let me talk at all. She wasn't given the opportunity to show the documentation that she carefully brought with her. All the way from honduras season thicket nuclear e. I felt i was not hecht and yet they backed him and back him not to send me to us. I mean danger. Don't send me to undo this. I went out is the fire was already dead. The judge signed it. Kelly was to be deported. She later found out that the judge in charge of the hearing rejected around ninety percent of all cases brought before him in january twenty nineteen more than six months after the call at ruled against the child. Separation policy kennedy was sent back to honduras.
"two six weeks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And. two six weeks now gosh mir has remained under a clamp down. the longer it continues the more resentment it. reporting from cash mia. the British prime minister Boris Johnson has held a meeting his first with the E. U. commissioner John Claude young cut to discuss breaks it a bit off today working lunch of snails and salmon is there any greater clarity on how and when the U. K. will leave the European Union as of now should do for October the thirty first Mr Johnson continues to insist to deal as possible Ian McKay status want to know what that deal might be and Mister Johnson also says he'll reject any offer of an extension from the U. you beyond October the thirty first even though he is bound by a parliamentary vote to ask for one if a deal has been agreed by then that speak to our Brussels a correspondent Damien Grammaticus so Damien any clarity any progress not much sign of it the both sides and really statements they came out there's a bit of a sort of Mallory outside the door because this was in the middle of like some bags they came out of the restaurant where they've been having lunch jungle Jim Curran Boris Johnson I was surrounded by cameras they both went off in two different directions and we didn't really get much that what we have had is statement from Boris Johnson saying that this was a constructive. and that say he reconfirms basically the points that he's been making which is that say he's determined to reach a deal about minus those northern Irish backstop provisions and he says he's committed to upholding the peace deal in Northern Ireland now that you will say well that's the problem is how do you reconcile these two things commit to if you remove the backstop that's what's that to ensure no border ever comes back in and therefore the peace agreement the status quo is maintained in Northern Ireland so that's really the question they were having to talk around said there's no sign in that statement for equally from the E. U. signed Mister you okay said that it was in his statement says he repeated that it's up to the U. K. to come up with an idea to solve this and and I quote such proposals have not yet been made. so I'm absolutely no progress some it would appear I did any. did either of them sort of touch on that October the first deadline. the well on the th this is the deadline for the end of October thirty first which is the current deadline for the U. K. to leave at the we know Boris Johnson again repeated that he's determined to take the U. K. out the and which I think that you would get in will have had questions about saying well how is he going to do that does that mean he's going to break the law in the U. K. now that and piece of pasta little to say that if no deal has been reached and that has to be an extension or is Mister Johnson say that he he's going to he he has to achieve a deal by the thirty first which was that's the other way to to make sure that you can achieve something in which case was back to the old quote the same question where is his idea to replace the this Irish backstop provision so that would be a difficult thing I think that they will have tried to talk around I I should say that we didn't really expect a definitive answer at this meeting this would be in one where I think the two sides of sized each other up and take to the E. U. side would have been looking sort of in Mister Joe white said Mister Johnson's eyes and thinking is he giving signals that he really can T. it moved to somewhere which the you will find acceptable to do a deal and can he reassured them that whatever that is you can take back to London and get through parliament because they have been sort of burnt by the experience to to resume way she insisted she could get to deliver any they gave them which they gave her something and it failed three times as we know it demi many thanks that was Brussels Sir because one a day **** matters Gramatica's talking that about the meeting between the British prime minister Boris Johnson I his first in fact with the E. U. commissioner John clothed young code to discuss brexit. online trolls people abuse others on the internet can cause enormous upset and worse but what to do about them report today from the U. K. center for countering digital eight says that celebrity should ignore and block online trolls rather than try to argue and refute them a British television presenter ready to ride is been talking to the B. B. C. about how she's learned to deal with the online abuse I had also said that they would deny my Jewish heritage saying that my granddad would be disgusted by may I've been compared to Hamza pretty version that we have and not see a white supremacist he'd fall in April I mean you name it these people are saying it and I don't need to give them any oxygen is pointless since being pregnant anyone who's been met one night you have that sugar and your baby starts wriggling start way you're in a great mood all day your baby's kicking and have a great time I had a stressful week and on social media and My Baby went quiet for a couple of days and that maybe realize however mentally strong lamb there's a reaction is a fight or flight is a trend and then this whole lines that go three ability and now I'm sharing them absolutely don't need to give that's My Baby by any stretch is just nine calls for it because I used to read three when I saw something awful and just a shame and and most people do object to see how awful it is I didn't realize I was accidentally spreading that message I now I died now I do blog and unlike say that the screen grabbing is much better for me because it's just in a fifteen hundred people blocked sounds like a large number that is a tiny amount of people that are driving this and that's costing out a change my settings and my man is a lot better my babies. the bizarre but is television presenter Rachel Riley talking about the abuse that she has suffered from online trolls. and that didn't get that if you want to listen to use out but miss the live broadcast apart because of the.
"two six weeks" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"It's just indicate he A. R. news room we've confirmed now that the Arizona Cardinals have suspended their CEO an executive vice president Ron **** for six weeks and fined him two hundred thousand dollars following his D. Y. arrest in Chandler in early August this according to NFL dot com again cardinals C. O. O. and executive vice president Ron mirror has been suspended for two six weeks and fined two hundred thousand dollars following his do you I arrest in Chandler for more on breaking news sent straight to your phone text news to four one one nine two three will have more on this coming up in our next hour and both of closing will soon know what Phoenix decided about the future of the light rail pensions for city workers KTA ours Peter say more live in the news center with more a tailor Phoenix's collected thirty one percent of the mail in ballots for today's election those announced those results will be announced first light rail expansion hot topic Susan good do you know of south Phoenix does not want it in her area claiming the buses work just what just fine we've been going to work and school just fine on the bus people have even gotten degrees going to college on the bus and supporters say the one point three billion dollar project will get federal funding and boost accessibility prop one oh six would force Phoenix to pay its five billion dollar pension debt opponents say it'll take money from other city services the first returns will be announced after eight PM one hour from now on KTAR join us live in the newscenter Peter say more KTAR news in Tucson police are asking for help to find two murder suspects are on the run you might already seen those eight out signs on the freeway billion Susan Barksdale reportedly over power to security officers in Utah last night in may be traveling through Arizona they were last seen driving a red and GMC Sierra pickup truck we do have a license plate on that truck which is the errors on the plate one two seven X. T. Y. Tucson police spokesman Francisco Magas Margo's rather says the bark seals were being extradited from New York to Tucson and connections to a murder back in April now let's get a check on traffic.
"two six weeks" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Five four six two six week and said the Martindale our guests yes that is the same way Barton Dale who was known for hosting tic tac dole and again but then dad the other other talk shows he received a star on the Hollywood walk of fame in twenty twelve and there was a career inductee into the Tennessee radio hall of fame and wife sandy who sandy I would like to ask you a little bit about the last time that you you saw Elvis well it was going birthday it was in December of seventy six and so I took him to Vegas for his birthday and that's what we want to see Elvis and we went back date and I always admired him it happened because I have an Italian heritage you got what you they make you have to be careful what you eat you know eat too much and so I was always very out of my diet and and very careful about yeah and he always looked absolutely perfect and when we checked the kids put on so much weight he was perspiring and it just broke my heart and wing as well so we started talking to a man is only wanted to do was talk to me and when he didn't want to talk to anybody else in the room that day he watched this on a game show called Tattletales how much you know about just about then we can I won that day any thought what a small world here he had a wink or friends in Tennessee in the beginning and then here's a girl he dated in California and now we can I are married and I said well Elvis you're responsible because the minute when he was for thirty with with at least four points with me immediately I think you were such a great part of my life though he said he was telling which with complimenting at least that I think what they could do it when thinking his victory telling get out well the only thing to me and and he said that my mom came on the first date than the course length well he told me that but I didn't believe it but you're telling me that you know I believe it and that he was one of the nicest girl stuff from one of the nicest family feet of her new self wow the letter that we work with them yeah but I gather that and I will give a call or two in here as well for our guests and here's some from some some audio books that that way because put together but but first wink I die understand it when you left that meeting with Elvis that you commented the said the that will never see a live again yeah we we walked out of the dressing room which was packed and everybody had been stone silent because they only wanted to listen to what we were talking about behind the bar and I was is disappointed in the way Elvis looked as saying he was although his performance on stage we just watched with absolutely spectacular and so we back to our hotel and we close the door behind this and both of those literally stopped we were so despondent over what we just witnessed it affected me that is Edward C. L. alive at less than a year later you would go on well give a call from Randy in Sandpoint Idaho to speak with the the Martin Dale's weekend sandy good evening Randy good evening Jim well and it's an honor to speak to you Mister Mister Martindale thank you I grew up on take that dealt your email you're a man of extremely good taste I say I'm I'm one of those yeah with the Ole and just the interesting factoid my dad sure to birth they'll tell that he was born in Burton and Idaho two years after helplessly born in tupelo January eighth of nineteen thirty five right yeah dad was born in thirty seven and I love the phone records catalog and karaoke nights I'm all about the older from Johnny Cash in particular so yeah anyway just wanted to call in and you say hi so they very much you have you have accomplished that ready thank you for that let's talk to David in Creston Iowa for a week Martin Dalin sandy Martin Dale yes you're on the radio go ahead David David hello thank you remarked okay my number there is a law and I had a girl come up behind and you should you just felt like you you know what you thought of them died then that would be to make an omelet the summer would come up and say that but either way to quickly read would put new people Google will start with the audience the the the response for them one more for the more complex we can actually traded over me but being able to you know in the beginning yeah that'll be that'll happen it was almost like an overnight thing in this day and age he didn't understand himself Scotty Moore told me once that the when they were out on stage in tupelo or wherever they were on tour throughout the south when whenever they'd go up on stage and he and they would do their at their act and he would shake his leg just a little bit and the girls would go pretty easy he didn't understand one eight that was happening because god he said he was just doing what came naturally that he he wants the whole building the music yeah he told me he said he said I can't imagine sitting in a rock and roll strong standing totally still it just doesn't come naturally to me so what he was doing was just what came naturally to him and that is shaped at Lincoln and and and put his heart and soul into every song to be saying back back there and that was that was that was totally that's what that's hiring I remember if the I remember the elbows the ed Sullivan show only shooting him from the waist up yeah that was a big story I want yeah it certainly was yeah all right one good David called deserves another at this David is from Dallas hello David HM Hey by the way I dealt with the global fund is that right week I mean this is amazing to hear that but years ago I knew Donna Douglas who played Elly may Clampett there was really broker are currently at your most that go back Beverly hillbillies fly her did you see if you guys were you privy to the drug use behind being to all that stuff if you keep that hit so where you go past the Donna Douglas thing that'll genuinely fell in love with a lot of women he didn't love just one woman he did love Priscilla while they were married but he actually anyone really cared for every woman he well but he was telling people of Vegas without Margaret the one who made effort everyone of us feel like we were the only one in it like that because of my growing up in the night club business and being more savvy I guess to what was going on in the world I mean there were nice and Margaret would walk out one door he'd have me come in in the other door and I knew it but but the other girls all fought during those times that they were the only one in his life and that's just you know thank god he did have a few women in life but that he cared about and cared about him because he was on the planet for such a short time and most of his life with either in a recording studio he works most of his life yeah but we're gonna have to pause here briefly we get one of those hard breaks coming up but we will come back and we will we will give the answer the drugs also hear some from some audio books sandy in wake Mardale back in a moment KLIF ranger station ranger speak and I'd like to report a bear hug okay well before I left my campsite I was putting out my fire and nowhere Smokey bear showed up and hug so you drown the fire yesterday sounded again and felt that it was cold yeah he likes it when people correctly put out their campfires sees Brady big on wild fire prevention is just let you know you did good with a hug is it harder I just bear hug.
"two six weeks" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"We now know the identity of one of the Western Conference finals teams the warriors overcame the loss of Kevin Durant. Thanks, thirty three second half points from Steph curry to eliminate the rockets and six games and the warriors might beginning. Senator Marcus cousins back soon as well. He reportedly could be ready to go at some point during the conference finals as he recovers from a torn quad to game seven tomorrow to determine the other two teams in the conference finals, I up the nuggets and blazers in Denver, Portland, one of their home, Florida force the winner take all game seven. They mean. Lillard ready for the challenge way from home people saying, you know, people who've never been in a game seven, but it's basically a game where only one team is gonna make it up knows your your last opportunity to play. So thing is going to be on the road following blazers nuggets. Tomorrow will be the Eastern Conference semis. Raptors taken on the Sixers Toronto, and they're winner. Take all game seven talks expected to continue between Frank Vogel and the Lakers considering their coaching vacancy Vogel reportedly the front runner to land the job Stanley Cup playoffs. Western Conference finals getting underway at eight eastern five Pacific five Pacific, the sharks hosting the blues in game. One baseball race pitcher Tyler glass now the major league leader in wins in RA placed on a ten day injured list. He left to start against the Yankees last night with right forearm tightness goodness for two six weeks. Final scores today. The Red Sox wanna season-high fourth in a row they knock off the Mariners nine five at Fenway, San Leone Mitch Moreland with home runs. The tigers. Take the front of a double header with the twins five three the final. And now final Toronto the White Sox defeat. The Blue Jays seven two games in progress. The pirates to one lead on the cardinals top five now on the thirteenth inning. The brewers is trying to win their eighth straight one. With the cubs at Wrigley thought him sex Albert Hall to pair of homers. The angels lead the Orioles six to flex to one. Lead on the Indians. Bottom of the seven football note. The giants have agreed to deal with right tackle, Mike, remers golf AT and T Byron Nelson around play finally underway. After a lengthy rain delay son king and the.
"two six weeks" Discussed on 1A
"They will help you understand economic ideas. Like my favorite yield curve the yield curve. I learning to love it. Joining us from NPR in New York is Tim winer, the author of enemies a history of the FBI. Tim, welcome back to one will. Thanks, Tim before we get into some of the more historical items in the documentary. Let's start with today and with the Muller probe on Friday. President Trump said he had finished answering written questions that were submitted to him by the special counsel. He told reporters that he answered them very easily. I wonder what you made of the statement from the president and kind of wear the molar probe stands now, particularly in light of some of the work. That's just been done Muller has been trying to get Trump to respond questions for a solid year. Now, we know from excellent reporting by the New York Times and the Washington Post that there were forty nine questions or subject areas were submitted to the White House. The president is far as we can tell is responding to a fraction of those questions. He is. Not responding to questions of obstruction of Justice. It is clear to most observers that when the president fired Komi eighteen months ago, thus kicking off the special counsel investigation by Robert Muller. He did obstruct Justice Muller is looking into not only the counter intelligence question of whether Americans aided and abetted the Russia hack, but he's also conducting a criminal investigation into whether the president obstructed Justice. And he also has free rein to investigate the president's finances. His taxes his personal and business records. This is going to be a long haul. Let's talk a little bit more about the series. It shows how the FBI's power over investigating a sitting president. Has played out through four scandals over the past century before we get to that. What set a little bit of groundwork for the FBI you begin the first episode of the the beginning of the first episode talking about the FBI first director, Jan go Hoover. Who led the FBI for nearly fifty years? Here is an old archival news clip. That's featured in episode one of of enemies, and it's it's this clip kind of J. Edgar Hoover promoting the FBI to a group of boys kind of hoping to inspire them to be the G men of tomorrow by interesting. The boy of today, we hope to prevent the criminal of tomorrow, Jack. What are you gonna say by yourself? Get up on the back Jack in the On box. your team in Huron could be one. When I grow off. A clip of a promotional film made to promote the FBI two boys from episode one of enemies. Now, the clip I gotta say, Tim, there's something obviously a little cute about the James to Hoover. But there was this effort to create a real clear image for the FBI as something laudable as something desirable to wanna be part of that was a big part of the way J. Edgar Hoover wanted. It. Your Hoover is really one of the most remarkable figures in the history of twentieth century, America. Hoover became the director of the FBI nineteen twenty four and ran it until his death in nineteen seventy two six weeks before the Watergate break-in Hoover created the modern surveillance state, and he ruled by fear within the FBI and without. Presidents had caused fear. Hoover. And he used secret information often gathered by illegal wiretaps bugging 's break ins and burglaries. He used. Secret information is a weapon of political warfare. Richard Nixon learned everything he knew about wiretapping from J..
"two six weeks" Discussed on Science Friday
"People who were suffering getting on a study or get therapy could question robin you wanna take here show i mean it's it's hard because there's so much demand it seems now and and you know that's exceeding supply on on such a vast scale so it's difficult because you know for example we're doing a new study at imperial where we're comparing to dicing of solid cyb in two six weeks of taking a an ss riot every day sotela prime and yet we can only have fifty people in the trial and only half of them get get the full dose of the solace ivan say is tricky to cater for all this and the key messages that to deliver this therapy properly you have to do it in a particular way in a maintain certain safety standards and say it's a difficult situation because people may well be quite desperate for this new treatment that they can be effective and they won't have it but they can't and then there's of course legal implications so so what is michael what is what is keeping this from being expanded you know to normal studies of thousands of people well we are gonna move into phase three studies that is the less step in the fda protocol before they will rule this a medicine that can be prescribed so that's very exciting that should happen before the end of the year and they will be a dozen or so sites in america and another i think eight or ten in europe where they will be studying having you know trials involving hundreds of people the funding is in place the fda appears to be on board so there will be opportunities and if callers want to learn about it the organizations that are sponsoring the studies in this country is the use sonal institute uso and a there in madison wisconsin and at some point soon they'll have information on their website where you can apply to take part in these studies and.
"two six weeks" Discussed on The Jump
"We'll be interesting to see will not be easy i think that that is sort of the bottom line that we know easy how it turns out let's talk about another team missing it star with knee injury kyrie irving expected to miss anywhere from three to six weeks he had surgery on saturday on the left knee now the team says the knee is completely structurally sound this is important it was a minimally invasive procedure where they removed attention wire they had put in actually during after he had that injury in the two thousand sixteen playoffs career actually sought out second opinions last week brian you know little bit more about how this how we got here right so kyri is always going to be very protective over his longterm compared to shortterm he did this with cleveland he sought second opinion seeing james andrews several times i will say this if fifteen years covering the nba taught me anything is that there's no such thing as a minor knee surgery i mean this is something we see every summer oh he'll be back for for training camp oh it's no big deal for two six weeks that's not true that's not the way it's going to be secondly frankly after what happened with isaiah thomas last year where the celtics said everything was a okay he ended up playing through the this injury that has had in my opinion and a lot of other people's a dramatically negative effect on his career i don't blame kyri for going out and getting second opinions and being cautious and the celtics and look i noted your guys they took great care of you when they were there but the celtics changed out a big portion of their training and medical staff last year now they had very good explanations why they did it for me i saw misdiagnosis of isaiah thomas and now kyrie irving who was keenly aware of what happened there has to manage his own knee and whether that's ten percent of his decision or twenty six percent or whatever that's a factor how this is going to play at paul i'm super casare for the celtics because everything the celtics do goes through kyri i mean they already worked team who struggled off pensively all.
"two six weeks" Discussed on First Things First
"Aw again the year the warriors didn't win the championship part of that was because of the series they played before they played the cats the thunder took him seven took everything it took a lot out of them to come back from three one down by game six in seven of that series they seemed physically spent i i think this is enough look concerned where will be very interesting if the spurs are the foresee going into the final few days of the season if houston or golden state would prefer but one or the to in order to avoid san antonio in the second round i think the spurs with kwai are very dave you meet okc in a second round too i think they prefer okc over fans on him but that'll be a seven two six weeks left till the playoffs just about a little bit yeah like homelands back because the west on be incredibly nan it'll be thought you talking about four elite themes and influence than a photo we are basketball city who wants to rule of ron james there are a number of ways you can do it one dangle cash in front of him like lots of fives intends to name he arena lebron james house of worship or three by three billboards just outside of cleveland now what what here a seventy six serbs fan with muchou genero bought these three the billboards read complete the process than hashtag philly wants laurent and then that one a with the potential starting lineup pictured on the court none of spacing their full abroad.
"two six weeks" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast
"I you know i could see i'm santa over because i do think were due for a real strong balance uh soon so to me uh my recommendation was like if you had fiat and you're sitting on the sidelines by f do an icao s you know like frill yeah i have i think about that you you won't be tempted to sell you know you're walked in for six two six weeks or so six eight weeks depending on the ico by the time if you look at let's say you're ico the three to five acts and f is at 1200 in marchapril which which it should be you make huge gains you can't lose psalm unborn over yano um expert window on icy argue against herself like these was is a great example i probably would jump hut but what i've been i've been mandated the whole also hope announced an oddball you're it'll take those launches in a bear market uh i've just hope in making at least pomp to save the portfolio to leasing rachel can't think do you think wine chain is like holding off until things get better like what are you drinking wine is obviously very high when it comes to uh you know a curious theorist you guys got that's interesting that's yeah that is interesting you're on i think maybe it's almost a smart move to just chill o while the market is crazy and on their part of because it's probably a good we get the raging bulls like we know every single ico susann it's the market is sick late goes in a ram you know for the most part um so it's pretty interesting um next limited soccer bounce is bitcoin big daddy uh be coin is currently six thousand were ninety as of reporting this uh let's go over under nolasco similar that's bill um 85.
"two six weeks" Discussed on Science Friday
"Most of these people said that they're tentative loudness had been reduced and we measured that and also the way they felt about their tinnitus had gotten better so they were less bothered by epic sleep better better at as psychological issues with it it cetera and then after the four weeks they had a rest period of four weeks and then they received the other treatment which was a sham treatment and the sham treatment was auditory stimulation alone without this madison entry stimulation we predicted that that wouldn't work because in order to induce this longterm quest to city you have to have the combined auditory so madison serie stimulation and indeed it did not work man of the they patients benefited significantly from the auditory are are actually that's not completely accurate four of the twenty benefited slightly from the auditory alarm most of them benefited from by modal stimulate you know we have millions of listeners in they're gonna wanna get in on restored yes i know we've already see received fourteen hundred emails so you what can they do or they are we just waiting for some fda approval on a turk technique that they might be available to them well we're having another trial um where we wanted to more people to to verify the technique and also to tweak it at a little bit now because for this first trial we used four weeks of treatment and we saw accumulative improvement over four weeks so in the next trial we want to go two two six weeks and hope that that cumulative increase will make the treatment last for long are so that they don't have to have a refresher um every day or every week even it could be that may have a refresher every month weed weed are no these are details that we still have to work out i would imagine that you would have to craft your treatment sued every person's individual frequency problem would that be correct yes that's what we've done in this first trial as that the oil.
"two six weeks" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"So you want the kalmari earned you are it and then moving on from blue ids obamacare sign ups are actually keeping pace this is some some good news through the roof gas the good news heading into the holidays is that people are actually signing up for obamacare despite the fact that the trump administration has tried to just you know they've have the period two six weeks the open enrollment period they've slashed advertising by ninety percent and cut funding for inperson enrollment aids by more than forty percent so they're trying to make it like invisible and just like something that people want sign up four so that then they can be like see nobody likes the affordable care act obama was a clown on the best uh essentially that is what happens in his dreams and that that's not happening people are like oh no i need health care and everybody's signing up like it was any other ear yeah i think i'm getting more phone calls this year that i have when obama was still president about obamacare like i've gotten so many robo calls irs they make sure you sign up make sure you sign up so somebody is funding some young briton into it's like on pace to do have more than last year sign ups because they're still like a lot of people are like california you can still sign up until the end of january yet so it's not a the numbers could probably better than normal yeah yeah but the one thing i i just when i think about this as like you know they blew up the the mandate uh in the tax bill because you know susan collins was promised that the stabilising bills that she wanted to stabilize it would be you know put into law but like the thing that that story was so misrepresented because the idea those bills functioned when the mandate was still in place so it it demeans fuck ought to have this other stabilizing legislation put into place because it's not nearly and have the effect that it was purported to have a because that was based on the original mandera.
"two six weeks" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
"It's not going to help that this is the mom or you have to stand up near to be strong for your family and it it made me realise that there is there is space for the man mean there's the book of limitation the cleaved the asked he is an and and jesus himself laments the guard disseminate but when it's time for jews to get up he gets up and he faces a what's in front of him and i think that's that was a moment of which i realize that there was a space for me to lament but it was time for me to actually faced the the situation that with in front of us to stop lamenting what could have been and what i felt should have been on the cards i wish i had been dealt instead to play the hand that was right in front of a carol we can't in this part of the story without telling us what happen i think you referred to this when you described your kids it must be jonathan you referred to ms your special one so jonathan was born in how easy today heath either air traffic is difficult m zero cill he made it lions and was born healthy yes we waited until i was way well into my second trimester of pregnancy before we began chemo in order to make sure that all his little organs had the best chance of developing normally and so um and to my second trimester restarted chemo and m um had about a month to recover from that um from between the end of came on the time that he was born and then the month world on man and thereby woman gis were what every other month threw her from came on the give birth to your charles yes yonker and then banned month after he was born we began radiation treatment um which was a daily thing for about two six weeks.
"two six weeks" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast
"Well here's the deal with them they've now lost two in a row their offensive line is not playing the way it had and as i suspected yesterday you just people only don't miss mess me when it comes to backs a neck's okay 'cause i said yesterday now there's one reporter back spasms there's another report of shot to the kidney and none this down the leg yehya not buying it turns out derek car fractured transverse process in his back which means he's out two two six weeks for the raiders which is why they drop so much because back counts i'm talking about who would win right now in my backyard and allow teams beat the raiders with emmanuel macron hard in a gain in syria best of five never sixteen the minnesota vikings and still without bradford so i still need to put him here now they don't have dalvand cook either so they dropped a decent amount as well as a result number fifteen the seattle seahawks it's funny you seahawks one and they won by a lot but they still dropped in my mind that they still have issues they still run the ball very well the defense still isn't as good as it used to be you know now they've got injury issues chris cars now for the year cliff april out for a while it's part of the reason why they dropped as well cliff april as numbness down his arm after a neck injury yeah i've been there too that's not good either never fourteen the cowboys.
"two six weeks" Discussed on His and Hers and SC6
"But of course that's not happening going into the playoffs that will be next season when that occurs all right i call the are rely from new york we appreciate it matt enjoy the game tomorrow night adding injury to the raiders moves into the broncos zach their real said moments ago that derek car has a fracture in his back as a result of that hit and injured if typically takes two to six weeks to recover up next home against the ravens followed by a home against the chargeurs the matter with charges dr arnn he's at the bills at the dolphins than a by and then the patriots the patriots a team that many projected that the raiders behind a recovered derek car broke his leg in last year which challenge four fc surpremacy now all began with own bill yeah right now we're looking at two six weeks without your quarterback needs emmanuel step in in how significant this as we saw with this team look like last year without him and if you remember wasn't just the offense that suffered the defense was bad is will lose like they were deflated obviously you go out and get easy manual you think that's an upgrade so the backup position but we saw him in buffalo he's not a starting quarterback in his lee he's a get you through a gain type quarterback necessarily get me to the playoffs and so if you'd oakland raiders a team that has been struggling offensively the last two games anyway right where do you go from here and you can see to add that a game they'll real was kinda like optimistic when he was talking about it and you can kill tell dairy car new a man it's a little something going on there more than the what they're letting oh absolutely and you mentioned it was struggling to already against washington last week crabtree out with a chest injury these are the types of injuries man and not only change of course the rate of the season but also the team that their face and obviously to more than a thick of it despite their offense of struggles you got the chiefs who look like the class little league right now the bills we'll get to in a second.
"two six weeks" Discussed on Mac Power Users
"It was pretty awesome i i i got a handful of them what are called aarchs air seized advance reading copies or advance reader copies on a rubber um and so those are for all intents and purposes like semifinal versions of it but their version of the go out to reviewers their versions that go out sometimes too like bookstores bookstore buyers essentially um and so i got a handful that i could share round um you know if i ran into somebody was like oh this person i need to give this person a copy of my book and i think i still have one i gave two of them out um and but it was really cool to open a box like oh my god it's a physical object to really isn't get the flip through in all that stuff so that was neat um and that had those may be a month two six weeks before the book actually came out and then right around publication day i i did literally get a box that had like 10 copies of my book in it and so that was pretty cool but i've got to go like a little on boxing video um but it was you know that for me it certainly was a big deal to have a physical object there right like i knew disrespect to people published easily i certainly have worked primarily digitally in my career but it is just something amazing to get a box of of books with your name on it and a a story that you wrote in it i smell surreal now one thing that you have done i think very well and you can liberate on this is you have really taken this network that you've built up um you know through people who have known you through your tech endeavours and through your podcast staying in an all of those things you have really gotten the word out about your book probably more so than most authors who would have otherwise been in your position hunt was at a coordinated effort did you have any guidelines for that and what's been your experience there.
"two six weeks" Discussed on Mysterious Universe
"And this would cut down the time to learn a new language for the navy seals two six weeks ago as a yes so to get them field ready with a new language would usually take six months which i think is already pretty damn good yeah definitely but they could cut that down to six wakes if though using the flotation tanks and all this extra technology so where this ultimately goes is a bit of a scary place as well and at this tiny into a very important episode because ultimately it seems as though there is some clear evidence that we can use new technologies and new technical applications to kind of hack alcohol justness to put us in these altered states that if for example extreme athletes use for peak performance here but the question is who controls that technology uh and then buoyed pretty scary future scenarios of where this goes john c lilley comes up including estranged that was performed on john saint louis by the cia and there's also some weird experiments with chimps buck great and i know you like that ship sugar what chancellor as chips and i've also got an update on that an indian guru of really yet oh what a great way to return to the season i should toss mahara the continuing saga of the question of east he just frozen in a block of ice but still alive or is he actually day as not dead is that there's a final solution has come from the court in india a final ruling on that.