17 Burst results for "Two Thousand Four Hundred Pounds"
"two thousand four hundred pounds" Discussed on Warp Lords Podcast
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"two thousand four hundred pounds" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Because it has promises from Spain to Spain each with its own customs traditions and identity calling to try to fit them into some sort of idea ticket European personality do you think that that speech set the stage for where the U. K.'s today yeah I think it did was probably in our generation of listeners haven't it'll kind of hear that voice and remember kind of growing up when Margaret Thatcher was prime minister for better or worse whether they love or hate and that voice is just like a blast it's such a strong items speech delivered by such destroyed of politicians us the birth place I guess you could argue Morton euroscepticism she launches this broadside against further integration which ends up being part of the story of why she loses power just a couple of years later and the generation of conservative MPs who follow the hell that Bruce speech delivered in the college of your up up is the lowest all of your skepticism and from that moment on slowly bit by bit the argument went from being worn about within a week Britain needs to avoid further integration federalism and slowly bit by bit morphed into an argument about whether Britain actually needed to leave now there's a contentious debate there about Margaret Thatcher a cellphone whether she would have a favorite leaving and that's a difficult once a cold but yeah there's no doubt that's the speech at Qana marks I guess the start of the road to brexit it will be and in fact referendum it is time for the British people to have their say it is time for us to settle this question about Britain and Europe former prime minister David Cameron back in twenty thirteen and now sing that Britain would vote on whether to stay in the European Union now remember back in twenty thirteen the world was still emerging from the financial crisis of two thousand eight and Europe was sinking in debt with countries including Greece Spain Italy and Ireland unable to pay their bills and hide more says that economic mass was also part of the recipe for brexit for me it goes back to two events without which way we all would seem pretty unimaginable first is the financial he's which brought to an end twenty years of sustained economic growth and the second days the MPs expenses scandal in in two thousand and nine conservative and the junior is is reported to have claims nearly two thousand four hundred pounds on kitchen appliances over four thousand eight hundred pounds on redecorating his house which destroyed whatever remaining face the wheels in this political class amongst old Revo is and I think you can trace the line pretty directly from those moments to the ground swell of opinion against European Union membership more than anything because this is an often about your a sense that things have gone horribly wrong and things have to change this is an historic moment from which there can be no turning back is leaving the European Union we are going to make our own decisions and all rivals we are going to take control of the things that matter most to us former prime minister to resume may in twenty seventeen when she triggered article fifty starting the clock for the official British exit from the European Union a clock that should have counted down to zero back in March but there was one little problem the no one had yet figured out what to do about the border between.
"two thousand four hundred pounds" Discussed on X96
"You know what I see when I see that as a giant waste a water hole that's what I see when I see that way off spokesman that's a good one you always have to crap on people's phone you know it's you only to you liberal elitist we're going to we're not gonna be able to watch our TV's because wind power all right that that's true it's just going to be thrown away yes I don't know sure he's water no no you think they're going to make Mr you Reno says he always tells his pumpkins he's proud of them and he encourages them to keep growing I always tell my pumpkins I'm proud of how it so for about a year upon I'll give him a high five to put him up here one can from Washington state Wade nearly two thousand four hundred pounds back into twenty seventeen so his is his big but not as big as that and not the biggest in the contest's history I'm I would count as you know what I know and find out what they do with them yet two thousand pounds is a time late one thousand now it's a two thousand Lisa says that most of the time those pumpkins are donated to locals lose for the animal I hope so so like the elephants well and often couldn't even handle that one well you chair one and all that's all mine I'm sure they have more than one elephant hell even the cheapest zoos have to well Sir yeah you know and hippos like pumpkins too I'm thinking Ollie okay I just hope they get maybe that's the case I hope so I got the feeling that they just throw them out yeah two giant pumpkins have giant seeds right wouldn't do that to try your size this type of seed you need to grow a giant pumpkin is the Atlantic giant variety so there is a you wanna grow pumpkin that big a suspect a certain variety of pumpkin how much miracle gro miracle lag you know whole bag Americal grow just for one punk and I'm trying to see what if the how long does it take to grow giant pumpkin you want to know that's sure eighty five to one hundred and thirty days hello see how much does the seed because two giant pumpkins taste good they tend to be coarser and have less desirable taste many of them taste more like squash and pumpkin some people bake them in pies whatever pumpkins you choose they are all edible and good for you good for you good for you I am missing carving Jack winters this year because I always would make my own pumpkin seeds what do you miss it there hello is weeks away well I don't think we're going to do it all right well the the boys are going to be around well the girl is still there yeah maybe we'll do it of a pumpkin you and you don't need them I know I never do it because I'm terrible at it but I do like the I do like I'm going to say yeah I do like to take the seasonal clean them all up and then roast them in the oven with some nice chili powder and stuff they're delicious tradition keep it up friend of the program I'm sure was remaining seated and not moving when they texted just watched a fender Bender involving three car south on I fifteen next to the I. two fifteen ramp.
"two thousand four hundred pounds" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast
"Laptops. It saving cost me six hundred pounds. If i wanted to get a fifteen inch laptop from apple i be paying in two thousand four hundred pounds for the entry level model and in a world where the data and your work gets logically separated from the computer where does that leave a maker of premium computers ensure your your mac pro buyers who obviously need local power solve it but then there's everybody the else in and it's really interesting going forward to see how that's going to work and whether or not puke are still gonna premium on quality build performance all these things in for the apple continues to provide those things that's an open question as well but how that all works hurt psychologically <unk> for users. I think is going to be really interesting question. You know what i'd like to do is check in with you in the future after you've we've had some time with this rollout and ask how it's going to be debated in the meantime. I think we oughta wrapped. Catch you on quite a long time. Is there a u._r._l. All that that you'd like people to know tune visits more about cedars sure our website which i have shamefully not updated for the new school year just yet is a sears. There's a d. a. R. s. invoke late the s. c. H. u. k. i'm sure you can put that in the shorts for people who want to quit wink great. Thank you so much my pleasure. I'm actually cheer it. <hes> he's made some really interesting points. I had no idea about google privacy being different for example samples and stuff facet to see what happens through the is with this but therapy to guess. I'm really pleased got him. Apple in a unique move has released. Iowa's thirteen point one betas for testing. What's what's unique about that. Do you know a her day runs on android no not yet but do we have thirteen point. Zero released yet quint's either okay. I i take him from that. We don't right so if we don't have iowa's thirteen point zero released. What on earth are we doing seeing thirteen point one beta. It's just very weird and it's fine a few years ago out of review but now i've been up to the thirteenth doctors really the fifteenth dr <hes> the tenth. We haven't got time for all that william. The problem is this right historically we would get all of the developer vader's for i was thirteen and then thirteen hundred released and then we would get the thirteen point one developer betas and even respecting history. I think the problem is that i i think craig. Theory guy has too much on his plate. Okay i think hair force one has a little too much to worry about. I mean look he's got he's. He's shepherding catalina. He's shepherding i._o._s. He's shepherding ipad o._s. He's shepherding watch o._s. And there's also the apple t._v. t._v. o._s. That's five different o._s. Releases that have to happen all pretty much at the same time on the same schedule a lot. That's incredible. Yes absolutely let this happen. So tall is amazing and i. I think what we're seeing is the cracks happening under pressure because it makes no sense to released thirteen point one without a thirteen point released unless thirteen point is gold master and there's nothing left to do it so they can start working on thirteen. One thirteen point one vogue sixes except that if it were gold master they would start saying it's called master so this is very weird that we have these. These two beta has house in release at the same time okay. I'm less concerned about you this. You've just one possible solution on show there there. There's a missing episode. Had someone tell me we don't know but it's fine. Relate all be ready for whatever they in september..
"two thousand four hundred pounds" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories
"Stay limits softening can only partly for four hours. We should make it a few this ain't gonna have dinner afterwards than if you missed spaces used to get stuck in one way. System can end up stuck in traffic for twenty minutes whilst you try and make your way backgrounds. Look for the base of the congestion charge zones. There's just so many unknowns. And, and in the end of all of that, if you do find a space in more that you just end up paying whatever prices on that sign so. The hoping if you'll parking spaces, take only on ninety nine exactly before you leave the house exactly where you're gonna drive to rather than having a bake area. Dress straight to the space United act. How much it's gonna cost, you know, you can stay for the jury of your journey and, you know, you definitely get a space there as well. Yeah. That, that's the that's the idea of it. This is where things get really interesting for me because I read I read about you guys in a newspaper over in the UK where the homeowners could make over two thousand two hundred pounds a year just pod. Renting out the driveway. I mean he told me more about that. An also the cities with the highest earnings. Yeah. We actually quite good timing, because we just released a league table of the top fifty towns cities in the UK base, some, they some how much haven is confined space. So, yeah, I guess as each expect loved, it was talk, the approximate tuna two thousand four hundred pounds a year does vary. Quite law. The central London getting any people you on twenty pounds a day. Upload switches. Six grand a year, and then feather outside loved the price fools. But, but outside of London saying is second place that was Bryson. The people adding one thousand eight hundred pounds a year prostate one one hundred and fifty pounds a month that place was leads then you had Bristol Oxford gloss, Indica full.
"two thousand four hundred pounds" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"In stolen closing. No. No, no. No. No. No. No. They gave you the clothing. So he says he will give me stuff. I stuff at my pants when they aren't looking. That's just the way. I am. Well, no he walked in. And the owner says they all of them were smell ably drunk both sides. Yeah. Hate to be smell the smell ably. Trump rights rightfully so bad one smell ably drunk, right? They they stole from me said the owner the five-time NBA champ five times denied the accusation said he asked the owner he could have some gifts. He said Dennis get anything. You want Rodman to a local TV station. I said, okay, great. So he had his girlfriend just stuffer purseful while the other people weren't looking so that's his girlfriend. How how does she order be? She's. Healthy young gal. Wanted to how she's doing how he's doing dating wise at this point. If not what it once with. No, I'm not exactly sure what he can offer a lady right at this point in his life. And she tries to kiss him. You might catch your like a bass with all the hooks and and stuff he's got through slips. But. He he went in. They they were happy to see him because it was a good, publicity and offered anything in the shop have your friend. Just loader purseful of anything in the shop. That's his claim. Investigating the incident. I view the security footage. Jack is I am an amateur detective, and it's some odd behavior. I'll tell you that. Apparently, the whole take anything you want conversation. The the employees working the desk is authorized to make that sort of deal with former NBA stars. Should they drop by is there doesn't appear to be any sort of formal talks going on just Dennis striking weird poses and putting his foot up on the counter while his girlfriend fills her purse. So so you just think he's clearly trying to be a distraction while she stole stuff. Yeah. Yeah. Or I just wonder if this is where Dennis Rodman is he was a big pop culture phenomenon. It might. Rid meyer. Dennis Rodman is he now at the point where they still a couple of thousand dollars for the stuff. I mean, what what are you gonna do with that the going to change your life? I'm looking the only way stealing a couple thousand dollars worth of stuff changed your life is now it's much worse than that. You're going to go to jail or you've got it on your record or whatever. What are you gonna be tired? You gonna retire? Now that you've got this two thousand four hundred pound orb. No, I'm set for life. Or you've got a bunches of yoga clothing, you're gonna sell for tens of dollars to where hundreds of dollars. May. I don't know the only the only thing that's got my attention is the outlandish claim of the damage to the flooring that could just be a little aggressive insurance manipulation. I'm looking Dennis. I've watched the video this Ali Shah who's the owner of the shop? He he might be. He's working now. Whether he set it all up, and he set up Dennis and his friends. It's not inconceivable right side likely, but I hope I think everybody involved in the story might be a little slippery. Kids that small time theft is just the purview of the idiot. I mean, it really is or the drug addict main St. you're not you're not gonna you're not gonna spend the even if you get eight thousand dollars. I mean, you're not gonna retire on that. Right. Right. Hard to believe that that guy would fall on hard times. Yeah. I find myself thinking for me I had that four hundred pound crystal my shocker, it'd be all lined up. It's the it's the short term thinking of this will get me through the weekend. I guess when you steal small amounts like that. Right. This'll get us through tonight. We're going to tonight, I have no other skills. So this is financial gain. Sometimes it's a little sometimes it's a lot. You know, my first radio, boss. I radio station. I worked at he said don't nickel and diming seventy hired don't nickel and diming. If you can steal the transmitter all applaud, but don't nickel and diming. Your life like film, Noir, actually said that we or convert James Humphrey Bogart. Nickel and dime. So it's coming up in your news, March of we got a trade war up day trade war update China firing back fiercely. Okay. Former secdef Robert Gates surprising analysis of the leading presidential candidate and this month, coffee, cure, all or curse must here. You can still a transmitter all applaud all right? I'll get started. Then this is the Armstrong and Getty show..
"two thousand four hundred pounds" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"With more than five hundred bucks stolen. Clothes aims. You. Don't know. No. No. No. They gave you the khloe. Are you still? So he says he stuff I stuff at my pants when they aren't looking. That's just the way. I am. Well, no he walked in. And the owner says they all of them were smell ably drunk both sides to be smell the smell of crop. Right drugs. A bad one smell ably. Right. They they stole from me said the owner the five-time NBA champ five times denied, the accusation said he asked the owner if could have some gifts he said Dennis get anything you want Rodman to a local TV station. I said, okay, great. So he had his girlfriend stuffer purseful while the other people weren't looking so that's his girlfriend. How how does she? To be healthy young gal. Wonder how she's doing how he's doing dating wise at this point as career is not what it once with? No. I'm not exactly sure what he can offer a lady at this point in his life. And she tries to kiss him. You might catch your like a bass with all the hooks and rings and stuff. He's got through lips. But. He he went in. They they were happy to see him because it was a good publicity offered anything in the shop have your friend. Just loader purseful of anything in the shop. That's his claim. Newport, police are investigating the incident. I have you the security footage. Jack is I am an amateur detective, and it it's some odd behavior. I'll tell you that. Apparently, the whole take anything you want conversation. The the employees working the desk is authorized to make that sort of deal with former NBA stars. Should they drop by is there doesn't appear to be any sort of formal talks going on just Dennis striking weird poses and putting his foot up on the counter while his girlfriend fills her purse. So so you just think he was clearly trying to be a distraction while she stole stuff. Yeah. Yeah. Or just wonder if this is Dennis Rodman is he was a big pop culture phenomenon. Read Meyer, Dennis Rodman is he now at the point where they still a couple of thousand dollars for the stuff. I mean, what what are you going to do with that the going to change your life? Geyser? Look in the only way stealing a couple thousand dollars for the stuff changes to your life is now it's much worse than that. You're going to go to jail or you've got it on your record or whatever, right? What are you gonna retire? You're gonna retire. Now that you've got this two thousand four hundred pound orb. No, I'm set for life. Or you've got a bunches of yoga clothing, you're going to sell for tens of dollars to wear hundreds of dollars. I I don't know the only the only thing that's got attention is the outlandish claim of the damage to the flooring that could just be a little aggressive insurance manipulation. I'm looking Dennis have watched the video this Ali Shah who's the owner of the shop? He he might be. He's working at now. Whether he set it all up, and he set up Dennis and his friends. It's not inconceivable right sign likely, but I think I think everybody involved in the story might be a little slippery. Kids that small time theft is just the purview of the idiot. I mean, it really is or the drug addict. You're not you're not gonna you're not gonna spend the even if you get eight thousand dollars. I mean, you're not gonna retire on that. Right. Right. Really? Hard hard to believe that that guy would fallen hard time. Tell you. Yeah. I I find myself thinking foamy I had that four hundred pound crystal. My shocker red be all lined up. It's the it's the short term thinking of this will get me through the weekend. I guess when you steal small amounts like that. Right. This will get us through tonight. We're going to tonight, I have no other skills. So this is financial gain. Sometimes it's a little sometimes it's a lot. You know, my first radio, boss. I radio station. I worked at he said don't nickel and diming seventy hired don't nickel and diming. If you can steal the transmitter all applaud, but don't nickel and diming. Actually, lifelike film war actually said that what are your converge aims Humphrey Bogart? Nickel and dime me. So it's coming up in your news, March of Allie got a trade war up day trade war update China firing back fiercely. Okay. Former secdef Robert Gates surprising analysis of the leading presidential candidate. And this month's coffee, cure, all or curse must here. You can still transmitter all applaud all right? I'll get started. This is the Armstrong and Getty show. Getty at bluecross blueshield, our companies take what.
"two thousand four hundred pounds" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Yeah. This is a fifty good grief where we are. We're in the big leagues. Now. What's the worst tattoo you've ever seen? That you can describe on air. And be compliant with the Federal Communications Commission, maybe the FCC's closed down. So we can just go crazy. Maybe the FCC's. Call foster right now, and that's foster whether or not the FCC is closed down because I wanted to start using my normal language. Yeah. I think that's going to happen. Not okay. All right. So the worst tattoo you've ever seen three zero three seven one three eighty five eighty five and I'd like to know too. If you if you would. If you would what your cheating. There's a good country song you can put up now about cheating. There were held for a few people who came who gave him the benefit of the doubt. Perhaps the tattoo was the best way to show his wife that he was a changed, man. One person wrote this. He says he is genuinely sorry is that for anybody else to judge? No, it's not time will tell between him and his missus. Putting this kind of stuff on social media is perhaps not the best idea man because it could be picked up by a radio talk show host and well spread across thirty eight states. Another pointed out, this might have been what tourists needed to do to persuade his wife to stay with the. Here's my thing. So you've cheated on your wife. You've apologized you have reconciled. But now every time you take your damn shirt off. She's going to be reminded. Oh, yeah. You're changing dirtbag because it says so right there on your belly. But in your stomach, you're cheating dirtbag. Simply the trash like two days. And have you noticed that? Maybe it's the government. The government has emptied. The trash. Oh, here's some factoid for you. Write these down. Everybody keeps talking about the president misstating the facts about illegal immigration. So I did a little research. Here are some facts you need to know. Last year alone. More than five hundred twenty one thousand foot that's half a million plus illegal aliens were apprehended on the southwest border. That's the border between the United States and Mexico. Texas, New Mexico. Arizona in California. Last year alone five hundred twenty one thousand apprehended at the border. At this very moment, roughly two thousand illegal aliens are apprehended every single day. As a nation. We do not have the resources needed to hold them. There are legal loopholes court rulings that prevent the government from returning these people from whence they came. Immigration courts are backlogged. I look that up. There is currently a backlog of more than eight hundred thousand cases, that's just shy of a million eight hundred thousand immigration court case backlog, there, let's talk about family units for a minute that was just illegal alien apprehensions. Let's talk about family units. One hundred sixty one thousand family units. What's the family unit, a mother and a mother and a child or children, a mother and a father and child or children, a father and child or children or any combination thereof grandpa and grandma family units? So it can be well, it's more than one one hundred sixty one thousand family units arrived at that border. In fiscal year two thousand eighteen. That is a fifty percent increase over f y seventeen for the first time ever families and unaccompanied children make up the vast majority of these apprehensions. So migrants in their smugglers know that if they come here as a family unit that ensures that they're going to be released into the interior of the United States because there's one there's a backlog. And we don't have the facilities to hold them. So they as long as they can get across the border. They get apprehended. You've heard about them walking up to border agents. But that doesn't mean that they walk up to a border agent at the border. They walk up to a border agent a half mile a quarter mile, two miles, ten miles fifty miles a hundred miles inland, turn themselves in and boom. They get released into the United States. Let's talk about the kinds of abuse the president Mitchell Matt last night. There is a humid a humanitarian crisis because human smugglers, exploit our immigration system for profit. They make about two billion dollars a year. Doing smuggling. The smuggling drives migrants to make the treacherous journey north to the border. Data shows that thirty one percent of women seventeen percent of men are sexually assaulted along the journey. And building a wall is immoral. Taking away the incentives telling Mexico to control their southern border is somehow wrong. Thirty one percent of where's the metoo movement? Where are all these Hollywood mucketty mucks? They're all concerned about that. Look, I'm not trying to by. No means am I saying what any of these Hollywood dirtbags did is good. But if you're gonna if you're gonna go after these Hollywood moguls, Kevin Spacey and Harvey Weinstein and whoever else gain keep track of who all the Charlie rose. The today show guys. Can't think of his name. My point is this. Where's the outrage about that? Thirty one percent of the women. A third of the women seventeen percent of the men are sexually assaulted along the journey. You ready for this figure? Sixty eight percent of migrants and refugees are victims of violence as they make their way from the s whole countries of Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador across Mexico into the United States. Sixty eight percent. Or victims of violence. Oh, let's but accused the president of being misleading about stuff. Drugs. Three hundred Americans die every week from heroin. Oh, but let's focus on gun violence three hundred Americans die every week from heroin ninety percent of that heroin. Comes across the southern border ninety percent of heroin that reaches. The United States comes across the southern border last year alone customs and border protection seized two hundred eighty two thousand pounds of cocaine two hundred forty eight thousand pounds of meth and two thousand four hundred pounds of Fitna in the southern border along the southern border. Yeah. You can talk about Chinese. But no, you can talk about the borders of the coast, you can talk about the northern border, but these are the facts on the southern border. Criminals. Seventeen thousand adults. Were apprehended at the southwest border alone that had previous criminal records of those one third about six thousand. Were gang members. Hey, let's get upset when the president refers to MS thirteen gang members. As animals, let's talk about how it's immoral to try to prevent people who have criminal records gang affiliations from coming into this country. Nice. Has arrested two hundred sixty six thousand criminal aliens in the interior of this country. Criminal illegal aliens, two hundred sixty six thousand including aliens charged or convicted of one hundred thousand assaults almost thirty thousand sex crimes. And this is stunning to me. Four thousand violent killings. But hey, who am I to give any facts? Who am I remember?.
"two thousand four hundred pounds" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"There you have it for those families and for a lot more families. This is a crisis for Chuck Schumer. No, it's just the situation. Most presidents have used Oval Office addresses for noble purposes. This president just use the backdrop of the Oval Office to manufacture a crisis, stoke, fear and divert attention from the turmoil in his administration, and if that's not cold hard enough. How about Nancy? Calls and children at the border. I not a security threat. They are humanitarian challenge a challenge that President Trump's on cool and counterproductive policies have only deepened. And the fact is President Trump must've holding people hostage, but stop Nannu factoring a crisis and must reopen the government, by the way, please note that there is a humanitarian challenge another crisis. It's just a challenge and again for Nancy Pelosi that people at the border. Well, they're all just women and children. So if you've seen that video of all of the draft age men that term still applies between seventeen thirty five maybe forty. If you've seen that video. What clearly you're crazy 'cause you're is no population of men down there. And there are no gang members down there. This is this is a crisis or I'm sorry. A challenge of of mothers and children's all waiting patiently. In a wanna? You believe me or your lying eyes? Sadly, much of what we heard from President Trump's throughout the sense of shutdown has been full of misinformation and even malice the president has chosen sphere. We want to start with the facts. The facts. In those areas where as I noted the show those areas where physical barriers have been expanded. Legal traffic has dropped by at least ninety percent MS Pelosi that is a fact. In fiscal year twenty eighteen border patrol sees or help seized two hundred eighty two thousand pounds of cocaine two hundred forty eight thousand pounds of methamphetamines six thousand five hundred pounds of heroin two thousand four hundred pounds of fennel. Which is enough to kill a whole lot of folks. I sorry. With that is a fact. Last year. Over seventeen thousand adults who are arrested at the border had criminal records. Parking tickets here, we're talking violent criminals here. Members of MS thirteen which got us mentioned at least last night here in the state of Maryland. If you see that he could have raised the Maryland flag when he mentioned us comments. But at least mentioned, including around six thousand members of gangs majority of them, of course, from MS thirteen which I think is just like a book club. That's all it is. It's just like the ladies book club because again to follow the logic of the left is just women and children to the border. So MS thirteen means they're reading books veteran appropriate for readers, thirteen and older. That's that's what it means. And as is Spanish for over this age. And that's clearly because there is no crisis. There is no danger, and those voices you just heard a moment. Go those families were impacted mother lying to you. They're lying to these people. They haven't been killed brutally by illegal aliens. They're all GOP plants there dupes, and they're all enjoying a vacation in someplace comfortably and relaxing like along the shores of Honduras. That's where they are. Chuck Schumer went on to say, this is all about the president just trying to get leverage governed by temper tantrum. No, president should pound the table and demand. He gets his way or else the government shutdown hurting millions of Americans who are treated as leverage millions of Americans. Look, it is clearly an inconvenience for a millions of Americans is more than an inconvenience for the eight hundred thousand or so individuals who are directly impacted federal employees. And again, I note that's eight hundred thousand employees in twenty five percent of the government. Means a fifty percent of the government would be one million six hundred thousand employees and one hundred percent of the government would be three million two hundred thousand employees if those numbers extend out to the other seventy five percent. And I have the temerity to indicate that I might think that the federal government is over expanded just a bit. Wow. I mean that doesn't really happen until you four million employees are more. All right. Kellyanne conway. Her actual she reacted. This is a pre reaction what they call those. Now, they react to the speech before the before the speeches given. She was on outnumbered overtime yesterday. She said the whole goal of this. Is to deter illegal immigration. We don't want people taking that perilous journey in the first place. We want them to come here. Legally, the president wants a legal immigration and wants people to come to the ports of entry and not to the singer journey. These children are coming here by themselves, or as family units being promised things that simply don't exist. Promise things have just simply don't exist. Oh, the streets are paved with gold. It'll be an easy walk from Honduras more than twelve hundred miles to Tijuana. And then we'll just stroll across the border, though, agreed with open arms gives the very latest styles and fashions dresses up nicely. Make sure that we all have many Pettis and life will go on. That's simply not what's happening here. The hunter and hord was urged to move north by number of leftist organizations who helped to generate the entire thing. To make sure your provisions along the way, and it would said it's going to all work out. We're going to get there, and we're going to charge the gates of necessary. And they'll simply let us in. And of course, that's nonsense this entire week. The president is trying to share with the American people what he knows first-hand, which is what is really happening at the border on the human trafficking drugs. The children that we just talked about. But also what would help deter that? What would help deter that? How about a physical barrier? Just a thought. It was the thought actually the Chuck Schumer had five years ago. We thought it was a damn good thought. Then this is a good idea. How about a physical barrier? Here's a forty six billion dollars. This in from Wayne to Bruce wcbMcom, how many how to any American's vote for these two Chuck financy? It's time to get a new gig like in the balcony of the muppet show. Up pre reading a copy. We'll. This from John, Bruce where was the temper tantrum by President Trump, by the way? Why do they keep saying that? I don't remember any temper tantrum. John, I don't either they decided it's a good talking point. And they're gonna lean on it like crazy from now until the sun comes down or the moon's comes to honor the cows, come home or whatever happens. Amerifactors Republicans are starting to turn that around on Chuck and Nancy walls and barriers are not immoral. How silly? Enforcing our laws. Wasn't immoral back in twenty six. One Clinton ferry Obama at our friends in the democratic leader. We're proud proud to vote from physical barriers. The only things that have changed now or the political winds, and of course, the occupant of the White House Mitch McConnell, the Senate majority leader speaking on the house, you're on the Senate floor yesterday. Saying that what's going on? Now is Chuck Schumer is having a temper tantrum. So this is no newfound principle objection. Just political spy. A partisan con from being prioritised over the public interest. Turn their words against them. 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"And buns cheeseburgers and buns pork spare ribs deli potato salad baked beans corn chips lemonade chocolate milk ketchup mustard and watermelon for dessert this year back comes to less than six dollars a person down about one percent from last year i'm jan johnson it's twelve till colorado man plans to launch a world record making firework and before things go up in smoke here steph often kaufman he calls himself a fireworks fanatic this will be the world's biggest firework and i expect it'll be the world's loudest tim borden steamboat springs colorado is building one heck of a firework the burial of the mortar or launch to has just been completed it mortar is twenty six feet long and weighs seven tons and was specially welded gordon who has a contract with the guinness book of world records since the shell is just over five feet in diameter and it will weigh a minimum of two thousand four hundred pounds but we won't know the precise wait until the guinness book of records get here and certifies the weight where the spectrum scale that we're going to use and the shell is expected to travel three to four thousand feet into the nighttime sky and that is subject to the faa i have to file what they call a no tam for notice to airmen because we happen to be in the flight task for two separate airports borden figures they show believe that mortar at a speed of three hundred miles an hour and that's why he and his crew will play it safe we will be about a half a mile away in a list shack at the top of the ski lift and we're gonna use a wireless system to ignite the supposedly in the bottom of this mortar in the launch date well it won't be the fourth of july because of the fire danger if you want to see and hear the event set aside february nine for the steamboat winter carnival i'm stephan kaufman we have to wait till february well we don't have to wait anymore to hear where king james is ending up with that and more in sports here's robert workman the first day of mba free agency twenty eighteen began at midnight on sunday morning but things got real last night that's when lebron james accepted a four year deal from the lakers worth almost one hundred fifty four million dollars he becomes the first player to lead the nba in playoff scoring and then change teams that summer and when he takes the floor six of the top eight scorers of all time in the nba we'll have played for the lakers la also agreed to terms with senator jail mcgee and guards contiguous caldwellpope and land stevenson because somebody's got to throw him the ball earlier in the day houston resigned chris paul to a four year max deal and his old clippers teammate andre jordan agreed to a one year deal with the dallas mavericks he tried that like three years ago they hope they're hoping it takes this year at the world cup in russia they are in the knockout round and when there were some heavyweight belts on sunday i may be the upset of all time as host russia ousted spain on penalty kicks four three in moscow spain got the early lead on a russian owngoal gave it back on a penalty before halftime then the game remained tied through regulation and thirty minutes of overtime forcing the tiebreaker we're goalkeeper eager offensive kim via rather the may two saves the winner a kick save and a beauty then as an encore croatian denmark also went to penalties with croatia coming out on top three to these two teams came out blazing it was one all before the game was five minutes old and then scoreless the rest of the way including a save on a penalty in overtime by the danish keeper kasper schmeichal but croatian backstop daniels was even veteran pk's stopping three out of five on up on saturday france ed church and tina four three and autograph held off portugal two to one so two of the world's premier players lionel messi and ronaldo while they're getting their popcorn just like you two games today it'll be brazil and mexico in samara ten am eastern followed at two eastern by belgium and japan and rostov tomorrow the final game of.
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"The battle of expectation but local elections are only signposts towards the general election they are a guide rather than a definitive statement of the final destination in the parliamentary by election in west to roan shine fain held the seat with a slightly reduced majority the vote was triggered by the resignation of barry michael duff in january all begley secured a majority of the dup of just less than eight thousand taking forty seven percent of the vote the commons speaker john berko is standing firm after fresh accusations of bullying were made against him david leakey who retired as black rod last year has told the bbc's newsnight programme the mr boko created a climate of intimidation he said people had been fearful of taking any issues to the speaker because of his conduct mr beck joined the discussion and took exception complete exception to what was being proposed and discussed and the red mist descended and he banged the table and yelled and was highly insulting to me personally including calling me an anti semite for which he apologized afterwards the spokesman john belk office rejected the allegations and has previously denied claims he bullet his private secretary hundreds of afghan interpreters who served with uk troops fighting the taliban will not have to pay for the right to stay in britain the home secretary such javid said all fees will be waived for the group who he said had regularly put their lives at risk and challenging situations his andy moore interpreting shared the same dangers as british troops on the front line in afghanistan and the additional risk of retribution from the taliban many of them were allowed into the uk under a relocation scheme the face the prospect of paying nearly two thousand four hundred pounds for themselves and each family member if they wanted to seek indefinite leave to remain more than one hundred fifteen temperatures wrote a letter to the government saying their lives were in limbo the defense secretary gavin williamson had been lobbying on their behalf saying britain had a duty to them late last night the new home secretary sajid javid accepted that argument he said it had always been clear the interpreters would be able to stay in the uk with their families and now they will be able to do that for free teachers in england that we offered paid sabbaticals about two a year as part of efforts to.
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"Home secretary sajid javid said all fees will be waived for the group who he said had regularly put their lives at risk in challenging situations his andy moore the interpreting shared the same dangers as british troops on the front line in afghanistan and the additional risk of retribution from the taliban many of them were allowed into the uk under a relocation scheme but face the prospect of paying nearly two thousand four hundred pounds for themselves and each family member if they wanted to seek indefinite leave to remain more than one hundred fifteen temperatures wrote a letter to the government saying their lives were in limbo the defense secretary gavin williamson had been lobbying on their behalf saying britain had a duty to them late last night the new home secretary sajid javid accepted that argument he said it had always been the interpreters would be able to stay in the uk with their families and now they will be able to do that for free volkswagen's former chief executive martin winterkorn has been charged in the united states in connection with a diesel emissions scandal prosecutors claim he knew that his company's vehicles with cheating emissions tests mr vindication resigned from vw show the after the scandal emerged in two thousand fifteen from new york joe miller reports seventy year old not inventor corn was in charge of the world's largest carmaker during the period it fitted millions of vehicles with software to cheat in emission tests he's always maintained that he reported the illegal activity to authorities soon after becoming aware of it but in an unprecedented case against an overseas business leader a federal grand jury in michigan charged mr vinci corn with making false representations to regulators and the public mr vinci corn is already in legal trouble in stuttgart where vw investors claim he sat on information about the candle for more than a year but even if found guilty it's unlikely mr vinter corn will ever see the inside of a us prison as germany does not extradite its citizens joe miller reporting it's nine minutes past seven labor had high hopes of doing well in london those early talk in the campaign of winning the flagship conservative councils of one's worth westminster kensington and chelsea it wasn't to be our political correspondent ross hawkins has spent the night at the ones with count in south west london walking into this count the.
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"Prospect of paying nearly two thousand four hundred pounds for themselves and each family member if they wanted to seek indefinite leave to remain the defense secretary gavin williamson had been lobbying on their behalf saying britain had a duty to them late last night the new home secretary suchy javid accepted that argument the commons speaker john berko is standing firm after fresh accusations of bullying were made against him david leakey who retired as black rod last year has told the bbc's newsnight programme the mr berko created a climate of intimidation he said people have been fearful of taking any issues to the speaker because of his conduct mr becca joined the discussion and took exception complete exception to what was being proposed and discussed and the red mist descended and he banged the table and yelled and was highly insulting to me personally including calling me an anti semite for which he apologized afterwards a spokesman for john burke as office rejected the allegations and has previously denied claims he bullied his private secretary volkswagens former chief executive martin winterkorn has been charged in the united states in connection with a diesel emissions scandal prosecutors they claim he knew that his company's vehicles which heating emissions tests mr vinnicombe resigned from vw shortly after the scandal emerged in two thousand fifteen from new york jaramillo reports seventy year old not inventor corn was in charge of the world's largest carmaker during a period at fitted millions of vehicles with software to cheat in emission tests he's always maintained that he reported the illegal activity to authorities soon after becoming aware of it but in an unprecedented case against an overseas business leader a federal grand jury in michigan charged mr vinci corn with making false representations to regulators and the public mr vinci corn is already in legal trouble in stuttgart where he w investors claim he sat on information about the scandal for more than a year twitter has urged all of its users to change their passwords after a computer error meant that some passwords had been visible on an internal system the company insisted there was no indication that personal details have been stolen or misused thank you coming up to six minutes paul six and it's time to head to the bbc weather center fillet freeze that morning till nick very good morning to let south today's forecast with all of england and wasim was press it very roughly sort.
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"In craig yeah we seem to because i love you will know at the end of that thanks jasbir race relations actress former senior policy advisor on qualities to ken livingstone when he was in london man thank you to him that i just extrordinary comments from the celebi stuff but that is just bizarre let's talk about something can be different as she affecting young people the rising cost of insurance and feel are to blame the fact that so many young people have gotta driving they pass that s but they're able to actually own a car forty four percent of drivers aged between seventeen and twenty four don't own a car even though they passed their tests because they simply can't afford to keep a car put fuel in it and they certainly can't afford to ensure it kurt until i was thirty nine years because i lived in cities where you just didn't need to but for a lot of young people particularly living in rural areas or people who are looking for jobs that are going to have a car there absolutely vital aren't they and yet they simply can't afford to run for the spots on so we've done some research competitive walk and we found that you can drive is someone age between seventeen and twenty four they pay about one hundred eighty pounds more touring a car now than they did two years ago amin is huge right and it's partly gt and increased insurance prices to give a bit more detail on that the average young drive is going to be paying about two thousand four hundred pounds a year just to get that call in showed fueled and on the road and of is insurance about one thousand four hundred pounds.
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"Addressing the domestic weaknesses that have plagued us under investment both public and private inadequate skills and regional disparities this government has a plan to address all three the national productivity investment fund stops to address underinvestment in economically productive infrastructure the new tea levels will overhaul out vision of technical education and the industrial strategy on which we currently consulting will tackle regional economic disparity lifting productivity growth but even one quarter of one percent a year on a sustained basis over ten years would add sixty seven billion pounds to out gdp that's two thousand four hundred pounds for every household in the uk productivity is the elixir raised raises incomes and living standards and it must be a national priority to make every learn a more skilled every worker more productive every business small competitive and every public service more efficient that is the route to higher wages higher quality public service mrs and a brighter future productivity in the private sector as in the public is driven by investment one of my immediate priorities is making sure that government is doing all can to facilitate access for firms large and small to patient capital to allow them to grow and bear the fruits of the flow of innovation shen that is pouring out of uk universities the european investment bank and its offshoot the.