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"union friends" Discussed on Ace and TJ
"Out In target wearing your sweatpants. I mean does that mean it's laundry day? You don't have your pretty panties on. Ugly. We say. I mean it just came to target. My now. Here's what was in the car. That's how the buying. I knew I needed more. Adams you welcome to the ACE and Tj show so glad there. There was no going viral win what? Yeah. Hey Go ahead. Permit say I was in college and I devoted my bladder little bit too much to drink. I decided to void my bladder on. The President of the college is long. I'm glad we were viral in. Classy. Good. Own! Time Union friends may even thought it would have been funny to video it and share it. Just thinking it could stay in your little social circle. Is that a funny thing women. She Unit Y'all at the same age when you're just call. Yeah! I can imagine if I was leaving. A Bar walking through campus with my group. That could have been funny, but if someone was going to go, be buoyed the bladder in their yard. Like the way she put that. This is just kind of funny guys. Pulled over a church bus full of sleeping children because I was upset I thought they threw something out the window at my car. Turns out it was the side mirror fell off the bus that's. Cool. He pulls them overall, angry and now the kids are asleep. What are you talking about now? He's lost here. Oh. Sorry that. Lucy welcome to the TJ show, so you are at least a wedding DJ. That's correct and what happened that? You are glad there was no going viral then. Let? Me Just say this is the reason I do not use a headset microphone anymore. I use a hand held instead. I, had it on, and it was hoping and I didn't realize it. I haven't said anything. In the second semi handed me requests for the song about the third or fourth time and I L. I. Christ's sake, and there's a very religious family. It was a mother of the bride that handed to me and I feel terrible. There was a lot of jobs route. Yet so! A Mike being open means at its own that's. Me I was just telling the listener. Got Requested Multiple Times. I do believe it was the CIA slide. Mortified it's hard to remember Alex Bear. God bless the broken road. TJ total recall. PODCAST is new at noon every day. Subscribe now on I tunes. Okay now that we're all both stuck at home and looking at any new hobby or career ideas remember we've got our podcast company and can help you with in podcast. All you need is the idea and we can help you with everything else from equipment posted on how you do a podcast and most importantly how you at podcast and have it sound professional now this may be good for some and well not so much for others, but as and I will listen. Listen and help you with.
"union friends" Discussed on The Mortified Podcast
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"union friends" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Have all our union friends here tonight this plan that's being offered by senator Warner senator Sanders will tell those union members who gave away wages in order to get good health care that they're going to lose their healthcare because Washington's gonna come into town they got a better plan this is the left and right thing new and better is this move Medicare down the fifty allow people to buy yen Kaiser Permanente a said that if they those sixty million people do that they will see a percent reduction in their healthcare costs let business thank you bye and chase the senator and let let let's let's talk about that if Medicare for all is enacted there are more than six hundred thousand union members here in Michigan who would be forced to give up their private healthcare plans now I understand that it would provide universal coverage by can you guarantee those union members that the benefits under Medicare for all will be as good as the benefits that their representatives their union reps fought hard to negotiate two things they will be better because Medicare for all is comprehensive it covers the whole healthcare needs for senior citizens it will finally include dental care hearing aids and I glasses but you don't second of all you don't know that will come to the second one I wrote the damn bill many although union brothers and sisters nobody will pro union to me up here on out paying high deductibles and copayments and when we do Medicare for all instead of having the company putting money into healthcare they can get decent wage increases which we're not.
"union friends" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Show AM seven sixty talking breaking. Back year perk Larson show Brett did a great job yesterday. And I fully admitted, and I think Slater was right there with me I want to speak out of turn, but pretty pretty much. He said that we weren't going to cover the William bar thing because we don't know what's going on. And if you want to hear that listen to Brett because he knows exactly what's going on. We are going to play one sound regarding the William bar store yesterday. That's pretty funny. We're talking about sandy we're talking about transportation here. Locally because I'm telling you the William bars stuff, the national stuff the Venezuela. I it's all interesting. I'm telling you, the sand stuff is going to affect you more. I don't think people realize that right now it's about a one or two vote difference on the sandbag board from switching the dollars to go to roads and highways to public transit, and they could do that in the next month. And hold sudden, it'd be three billion dollars on trolleys, and none unrolled improvements or very minimal. On road improvements that could happen very soon. It's not going to the voters. We we already told the voters already told San we wanted for highways and said dad can just change that. So I don't think people realize let's go to Jim in Julian where I know public transit works in Julian it'll be easy. Jim, what do you think? You bet it work when it's heavy snow. Wouldn't it be great to just get on the trolley, you know, and seven hours could get you into San Diego. It'd be shorter than that when you're going downhill too. But when you're peddling backup hill it's going to it's going to be some work electric, router luck. Yeah. They shut down time. Jim. It says here in the comments that you don't think that the folks care about the rural areas is that correct? Explain that. Well, we have gotten very limited over the years that role bus. It goes out of Brady go passes through Julian and occasionally Warner springs and clear MAC, but outside of that for any probably transportation, you're on your own. Yeah. So what do you have to do you take your car, correct? As long as you have one in you can drive at the ways, you have to depend on friends if they're not working to exactly I appreciate the call. Jim. You mentioned that that they don't care about you, essentially, essentially, that's the thing. I don't think people realize it sandy represents San Diego County. San Diego County goes all the way out to break springs, all the way up Toshio side and Camp Pendleton all the way down to Chula vista. It's everything San Diego County, and what you have are a couple elite politicians and and full politicians because sandbags not exactly politician, but it's essentially government entities making the decisions in downtown. And they live in their big mansions in Hoya or or in their high rises downtown. And they don't know where the seventy eight is. And they don't know where the sixty seven is. So what do they care? I wanna trolley downtown. And I'll have my union friends, build it. It's a win win for everyone. They don't care about the folks in San Marcos. They don't care about the folks in fallbrook. They don't care about the folks in Carlsbad. They just don't. Into appeal to the Democrats still say, oh, well, we need it for climate change. Don't care care about climate change. Get me. Wanna get the money for the unions. That's it. It's very care about climate change, switch gears here. But if you have any thoughts one eight hundred seven sixty five three six eight and two coming up at the top of the hour, by the way, very excited. We're going to have someone who was at the national day of prayer at the White House very excited to talk to him. I know Mark in Britain Slater have spoken at length about the college admissions scandal, and I know you're going on. And he didn't this happened a long time ago. Yes, it did. And and I'm just getting onto it. I haven't had time to talk about it. But there's there's an interesting note here, and I know certainly that they've covered it a lot on CBS eight here as well. Because if it's a little too close to home for many people who work here, but when the college admissions scandal broke, I saw the numbers, and what parents were paying one hundred thousand two hundred thousand were what parents were spending to send their kids to these. These various schools Thirdly, a lot of money hundred grand two hundred grand a lot a lot of money. But then I remember reading about one group of parents who paid six point five million dollars to send their daughter to Stanford six point five million. I remember thinking well. These people paid six point five million. How did they get duped so badly? How does these people feel because now they see how much everybody else paid? They're going, man. We didn't have to pay this much. They overpaid by sending their kid to school by about six million dollars. Well, the union Tribune wrote an article about these parents the girl who was admitted to Stanford in the spring of two thousand seventeen is UC Zhao. Her parents from Beijing, and they paid Rick singer who's the guy at the center of all of it again, six point five million. So this girl was one of the ones that was put on the this sailing team, even though like many, she never sailed today in her life. But the university won't say if this girl still attends to school, but. The fact that these parents have particular spent the six point five million to send their kids. I just don't have a big point to this. I just think it's fascinating. And I posed this question and hear me out, Dan, I want you to hear me out in the audience to hear me out if this is absurd. Got it here. I would you have a problem. Would you have a problem? At each college. You can do every college or you could say the top ten or fifteen either one let's say the top ten schools. Let's say they have five spots that they auctioned off the highest bidder auctioned off, you you could have a zero point zero GPA you could have never gone to high school, maybe put some requirements on it. But let's just say for now nothing you're just auction. It off K. And let's say like, so let's take Stanford University. I don't know how many people they let it in gear. But let's say it's two thousand kids that they admit the university auctions off five spots. And so let's say a million dollars each. So I raise five million dollars. Let's say that's what it came in. Then they take that five million. They use it for scholarships for kids who can't afford it. Some you know, whatever it is. Would you have a problem with that? I don't think so. I don't know. I I have a problem with it. You auction? It off you want you want your kid to get to Yale. I think I think it's different when it involves. Public schools and private schools. And I think that's where you of got to draw a line because when it comes with tax payer money. Sure involve okay. I think there's a little bit of a grey area. Sure. But I think if it's a private university. Let's say Har Harvard, right? Everybody knows. Because I want my kid to go there. And I'm I'm a billionaire. We kids kids maybe not the brightest. Maybe it doesn't try very hard in school can, but I want I got ten million dollars. I'll put them in. And they say all right. Great. And that's gonna help how many kids down the line because it'll trickle down. Now, again, I'm not talking about the ridiculousness of paying that much to send your kid to school. I get that. That's absurd. Clearly, not worth it. However, as we've seen from this college scandal parents will pay just about anything to send their kids to school. So would you have a problem with that one eight hundred seven sixty five three six to auctioning off spots at elite universities do have a problem with that. And I've heard a lot of people say about these parents that they just they just wanted. What was best for their kids? Not even remember thinking that in the beginning, they they had the money. So they used it to help these skits on talking about these kids that are, you know, are these parents that are at the scandal of this. The issue was this was never about the kids. This was about their own parents their own status. This was about when they go to parties in charity events, and whatever the Uber wealthy. Do. This was about saying. Oh, yes. My daughter got into Stanford. My son got into Yale. This is what that was about. This was never about the kids. One eight hundred seven sixty five three six to do have a problem with that one eight hundred seven sixty five three six and two. Let's go out to Peter in Lacoste tuck and sandbag, Peter. What do you make of what sandbag wants to do? Welcome back by All Saints, Peter. Yes, sir. The north county transit district. I live in Kosta a few years ago merged with LA took called low San L O S S A N the goal is to travel from the border all the way to Lancaster, San Bernardino, what cetera by unifying Metrolink and coaster. Okay. That was the great thing. Sandbag hasn't cared one whit about that. So in other words, they're extending the trolley up to UCD and TC, of course, between now and you talk about that. But the idea what was because you have to go to oceanside and then transferred a metro the coaster doesn't run further than oceanside down to San Diego. Sure, I use the surf line or when I go into LA, but the Metrolink and the and the posters much cheaper. It's much more affordable, and it's much more Community-oriented except that they only run about an hour and forty five minutes in the morning and the evening at rush hour time. So it's it's been it's been ambition Ray. Because of the fact that they don't really understand what the commuter once. They put the sprinter into go to San Marcos, but very limited line Chiro across there. So low San has the merger of these two big entities. You know, the coaster would. Travels a lot and takes people to Petco. And you've got Metrolink, which now goes all the way out to Lancaster, and San Bernardino and Moreno valley and places like that the hospital they were they because of the people that can only afford to live out there and commute rather than driving for two and a half hours. It may be an hour and thirty minutes, you know, rail transit, and it's much less that cost than actually driving your own car people as long as I've lived here sandbag. I have no idea what they do. Oh money. And they do it. Very nice. I think San dad just is trying to mess with you, Peter I in particular. That's exactly what they're trying to do. Do you think public transit is viable in San Diego County? If they were to do it the same way as San Francisco and LA. Yes. But I don't see that. Because developers rule and lawsuits rule, and it's like, they're expanding the carpool lanes and they've condemned one hundred forty nine houses along Carlsbad route which people have forgotten about the there were big losses. I don't see that it's feasible because of how they developed residential area. Because it's it's the Nimby you talked about that before it's every time somebody wants like high speed rail when they wanted to do it. Homeowners associations got attorneys all along the route up to San Francisco and threatened to sue. Well, what is the one thing that the city is won't do is that they if they know that they're going to face lawsuits to for for for the public. Then they'll they'll back off Vance your question. I'm seventy three, you know, I'm I'm the senior. I don't see that. But I I love New York. And I love San Francisco because San Francisco has nine forms of local transit, not counting. Bart. Sure. But I I don't see it here. No matter how much money they try and pour into it. It's like a junior version of the bullet train. Yeah. Well, that's exactly what it is. Yeah. That's exactly what it is. It's it's make make work for a bunch of high paid executives that have criminal connections. Then they're gonna they're gonna live fat off.
"union friends" Discussed on WDRC
"Home to honestly, provocative talk. The LARs Larson show. Welcome back to the LARs Larson show pleasure to be with you on a Wednesday evening. And I have to tell you something I'm gonna take my friend Steve Moore to task. He is the co author fueling freedom, exposing them at war, and energy and other great books and free economic contributor. I also saw you know here in the studio, Steve I've got screens up that have FOX on one screen and the chicken noodle news network on the other screening, I see that they have Moore's at their and they. And watching. Well, I can't listen because I'm doing the show. But I say we're gonna be talking, and they describe you as an informal White House adviser, but I see you're wearing a suit and tie, you need show up and a polo shirt if they're going to call you an informal or maybe a Trump golf shirt if if. Adviser. Listen, you're listening to what we were saying because you couldn't hear the sound is just making the point that you look this this border security issue is so easy to solve. I mean, look, why don't why don't they could give you know, Nancy Pelosi basically walked out of the meeting with the president today. And basically said I'm not negotiating one inch. And she said look Trump at one point reportedly, according to the vice president said the Nancy Pelosi. What if I agree Nancy to open up the government for thirty days, and we will for thirty days to deal with this border security border wall issue, you know, what she said that. No. This isn't a negotiation. It's an alternate. Trump is the one who's in Toronto, John, but it's Pelosi Schumer or trying to politicize this and score political points rather than deal, the border security issue and reopen the government. Well, I hope I gave the opinion the other night. Steve I said either Schumer is dumb as a bag of hammers probably the leading theory or he thinks Trump is because he literally said, let's get the government back to work. And once we got everything running again, then we can go sheet. And I thought this is a democrat who has a lot of union friends. Can you imagine if a union said Boeing or whoever they're striking against we're going on strike because we would come to loggerheads? We can't come to agreements who are shutting your factory down. And what if Boeing management came out and said, hey, union guys are brothers? Why don't you? I'll tell you. What let's start the factory backup. We'll start making airplanes again once that's happening. Then we can sit down and talk and the union folks, the reporters who covered it would say, well, that's the dumbest thing I've ever heard. You're going to give up all your leverage, the only leverage you have. And then we're going to talk. How do you think that's gonna turn out? And yet, here's Chuck Schumer with a straight face proposing. This and reporters who are out on the same talking points say Mr President. Why don't you start the strength the government up again this one quarter that shutdown that you know, is not making that big a difference? And and then you can have an open conversation. No conversation where you have no leverage. Well, it's a great point Steele that you know, 'cause you're exactly what. Know how this works even worse than that. Because it will do one thing in in in the example, using the management is that to the, you know, striking workers come back, and we'll we'll we'll negotiate this while you're working Pelosi, isn't even. Hey, hey, you know to the workers come back and work. And by the way, we're not even going to negotiate with you after you come back to work, and and look the democratic line. Here is very simple. They don't believe there's a security crisis. They don't take. There's a crisis at the border. Now, look I dunno misguided or they really believe that. But I've been to the border several times I've seen the crisis at the border firsthand. I've seen the drug runners coming in I've seen the criminals crossing the border the people bringing in little children into the country and in hazardous terrain. They say that's not a not a crisis. Is that what they wanna say when they run for president against Trump and twenty twenty. At the border. It's really put the Democrats are being hoisted by their own petard and a lot of way because the Wasco the Washington Post a couple of weeks ago had all these headlines and all these other news agents in crisis on the border of the crisis on the border. And and now the Trump is saying, hey, there's a crisis on the border. They say no now that he's saying it the crisis has. But if you just take the numbers he rolled out and actually got a kick out of this. You know, CBS, which I call C B S was running. A fact check on the president last night because I think they thought it was gonna make him look bad. So the one of the first fact checks, they run was a number that even when he said it, I was listening very carefully. And he says one in three women sadly is sexually assaulted raped by a fellow illegal alien on the travel from Central America to the border. And and I thought I thought it was higher than that. Well, sure enough CVS runs. Their fact checker and says, no it's not one in three as the president says he's wrong. It's sixty two. Eighty percent of the women are sexually assaulted. No. And is tragic. Nobody knows that Trump can't win with the media. You know, he's playing taking a conservative number and they're saying he's lying because it's even higher than that. But but the higher statistic makes its point that the border is out of control. You've known me a long time. Lars, I'm very pro immigration. I think immigrants are great for our country. But it has to come in an orderly lawful legal way, where we can pick and choose the immigrants that we want who don't have, you know, communicable diseases who are don't have criminal records, you know, who don't necessarily come from countries that harbor terrorism that kind of thing, and it's just common sense. But the Democrats they keep saying almost border security what border security are they for their for sanctuary cities. That away is is Portland. Oh, yes. Not only the city where our broadcast -tudios are the entire state. And I thought sure in November. How can anybody who who is in a, you know, listen, so cities that are sanctuary cities our liberal? How can they say they're for bullet forcement what what you're telling me illegal to? And we won't get rid of. You know, you want you want what's worse than that? Steve the two US senators who represent the state of Oregon Wyden and Merkley both of whom are fighting tooth and nail against the border wall voted for it in two thousand thirteen so both and the local reporters, I'm I think at this point. I'm the only local reporter who's reporting that that that these guys voted for this, and there isn't a single gutless coward in the news media who will go to Ron Wyden, and Jeff Merkley don't talk to me. I've asked plenty of times and say to them Senator you voted for the wall in two thousand thirteen you're against it. Now, tell us what the difference is between then and now, and if you say, well, it's no longer a crisis. When you consider the other numbers, the president rolled out a quarter of a million people with criminal records apprehended trying to come into the country Twenty-three. Thousand children last month. You know, who who'd been brought into the country and now maybe being trafficked, they may be being abused. We don't know wet where the heck they are. They may have been brought up crossed by people that aren't they aren't even associated with not parents or anything like that. So you've got a tremendously ugly situation based on the numbers alone. And the news media can't refute the numbers. What CBS did after the fact checkers started not only backing up the president? But enhancing his argument. They pulled the fact checker off the screen and stopped using it. Now, that's that's that's your question. I can answer your question as to what's different today versus when they voted for for the wall. It's the radicalization of the Democratic Party. I mean, look at who's wedding party now Pelosi. Alexandria, Cortez want seventy percent tax rates and not socialism for America. I mean, and I don't say that with any joy, I think it's a horrible thing to see the left wing direction of the Democratic Party. Where are the grownups in the Democratic Party? We're the centrist, but people believe in free enterprise. I mean used to be the party of John F Kennedy was for free trade and for for tax cuts to the Alexander Cortez. No, the John F Kennedy was the one who caught the tax rates, and she and I don't think she does. And we went over some of her history the other night where she said, oh, we'll just raise the marginal rate. Seventy percent. Are you kidding me? Because the thing is number one. There aren't enough millionaires and billionaires out there to make. I think they ran the numbers and said if you assume people could be taxed at that rate, and they wouldn't change their economic behavior, which they would as soon as the tax came down. Did they score seventy two billion dollars a year, which is a lot of money for you or me. I don't have seventy two billion dollars in a bet you don't either. But seventy two. Billion four thousand billion dollar federal budget is a drop in the by compared to a guy making four thousand bucks a month. Who's boss says, hey, buddy, you're doing such a great Jari? Here's seventy two dollars, and you'd say, well, it's.
"union friends" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Com. We're back on the inside story, and let me just get this. Right. Let me get my hand eye coordination together here JoAnne from point breeze. Welcome. Thick and tired of these folks calling up talking about affirmative action. What did we even need that affirmative action? If the playing field was the way it should be as far as I'm concerned. No Caucasians should ever be out of work. I mean, if they're out of work is because they want to be I mean, there's jobs have been there for them for ever and stop this nonsense. And then some caller called and said, oh, the union my union friends said Moore. On a like a picture on the welfare have they ever been to NS as a food source or outlets, and she has the access cards. These people have it's just ridiculous. They have been supposedly privileged because of their color. No other reason, no other reasons so people need to wake up. Everybody wants to work people are out there working. So you only hear the bad part in if I had a radio station or I had a TV. I would not focus on anything that people of color dorks. I would put the focus on on on people that Caucasians and we'll see a better the playing field would be different. We have a good weekend. I hope he gets better. Thanks so much for your call today, JoAnne. You know, that's a that's probably a show and itself. I had a conversation with somebody earlier about this whole concept of what's called white privilege. And there is no doubt people of color, see, white privilege a lot different than people who don't we only have a couple of minutes left today. So we're not gonna have time for that conversation. But we'll have it sometime in the future. I promise land from Brighton heights. Oh, well, you know that guy had to call him in in Volkov affirmative action. But let me say this. He needs to you know, they they always bring up this thing about the Irish, and the German, and the and and so forth and Italian pow, you know, things were so terrible for them, and they were discriminated against when I came over here. But then by the strength of their own character and hard work. They made it, you know, that guy needs to read I think there's a book called how the Irish became white. He needs to read history. But it's affirmative action go, you know, this -firmative action that's p people believed the myth, but I'd suggest that they should believe their own is maybe they should speak that in office talking anywhere in Pittsburgh, look, people are they're mostly all white out an office building in downtown. Pittsburg look who's going and coming the virtually all white. Link them. Company look at all the people that work there, virtually no black people. So believe you're off is not the rhetoric. Oh, absolutely. I mean, I know a lot of these things first-hand land. And you know, I it frustrates me. Only the whole idea of affirmative action. And when people say, hey, you know, if you do the work you put in the time, you get the opportunity, and boy what an ideal world that would be. And that's why sometimes people become so disillusioned in so disenfranchise because they did put in the work. They did do the time. And then they continually consistently see people less qualified less educated. Get the opportunities that they're not getting. Yeah. I've seen that throughout my entire career in Pittsburgh. And so it just really frustrates me. When I hear people like that talking, but they've been brainwashed. They've been programmed. Nothing nothing about reality is going to dislodge their beliefs. And the fact is instead of formative action has a predominantly benefit white women. So that's my comment that your comment lend. Thanks so much for joining us today. You know that the whole there are certain let me see I did everything. Right. Wait. Wait, wait. I gotta turn that one. I've got it. You know, there are so many issues that are raised that. It's all a matter of what your life experience has been what your perception is going to be. And if you have had a different life experience when it comes to say affirmative action or. The lack of opportunity you're going to see different than someone who has never been confronted with their their ethnicity their gender, their sexual orientation as an obstacle. If you've never seen that you've never dealt with it. You don't know what that feels like to be turned down turn away uninvited not included for something as superficial as that? And I think that's where a lot of the divide in this country comes from because we don't try to understand things from each other's point of view. I have begun to understand that there are some people who just have no idea what it's like to walk in other shoes that doesn't excuse it that simply means that they don't have an idea. So we have to figure out a way to walk in each other's shoes. So that we can fully understand as valuate interpret and pass judgment on something else. I shouldn't say. Judgment. Somebody told me wines. You know, there's only one who has the power to judge in. It's not me so not pass judgment. But at least begin to understand part of it is dialogue. You're listening to the inside story on NewsRadio ten twenty..
"union friends" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Run under land that if it ran under land and ukraine or other areas over there west of russia they would the russians would pay transit fees and pay them to the ukrainians so the russians in an effort to bypass unnecessary ukrainian another influence over their energy policy just ran a pipeline straight to germany was one of their biggest consumers why does this matter it matters because we're competing with the russians for natural gas sales to number one but number two the russians did this for a reason the they are not our friends they are not europe europe's friends they are not the european union's friends the russians basically want to turn the screws on areas west of them part of the former soviet empire they want to be able to turn off gas it will but if they turn off the gas at will and basically shut off and starve them of energy ukraine and others joe they'd have to starve the germans to if the pipeline went underground through those countries to germany you get what i'm saying by bypassing them together running under the baltic sea going to germany they can screw the ukrainians it's still sell a whole boatload of gas to the germans you you track and this is important yeah now they want the has been such a lucrative business between the russians and the germans that they want to build a second pipeline basically right next to it called nord stream two called nord stream two because nord stream one that crazy how that happens right they want to build another one to up the gas sales trump again is not helping the russians at all by going to nato asking for more money for nato which is what he did which the russians hate by the way they can't stand nato he is not helping the russians also by saying hey by the way germans what's the deal with this pipeline why are you screwing over the rest of the countries east of you but west of russia why are you screwing them over that was a big deal folks but of course liberals who know nothing about foreign policy at all we'll sit there and say i ration stooge really you think too much money the russians elusive this nord stream two pipeline go through dopes just you don't know what you're talking about again argue disagree or gre it's fine i get it there are various viewpoints on foreign policy i respect i understand that i'm not trying to be captain no it all norm i claiming have all the answers i'm just telling you claims that he some kind of a russian stooge are absurd it's like you've done no analysis at all what's actually happening and yet you're spouting off at the mouth claiming to be some kind of expert it's ridiculous okay one less thing i'm going to get into tomorrow don't miss the show matt palumbo my researcher at bongino dot com has another just terrific awesome piece i can't say enough about it to bunking this whole denmark norway scandinavian socialism nonsense you keep hearing about how wonderful socialism is overseas you know about part one i'm going to get into part two which he just put together tomorrow but the article if you want to prepare for it's short it's sweet but it's really good is in the show notes and it digs into joe quote free college over there the welfare state and how this is completely failed in the scandinavian model of socalled socialism which isn't really social i'm gonna get into tomorrow but read the piece but i wanted to leave you with this one last thought ladies and gentlemen remember the the narrative bob muller saving the narrative he saving again is that the democrats were hacked by the russians in some elaborate sophisticated scheme and in that scheme they wanted to get that information to the trump team to damage the democrats that's the scheme right well i want to read to you a quote here for a second and joe you could probably figure out quickly who this quotes from but i'm going to keep the audience in suspense here's a quote from an individual talking about the scheme to hack the democrats and help the trump team win the election what what it is about our political system that.
"union friends" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Is not to fit him they don't have those six five hundred thirty five pounds sidecars heated for your legs the bike would go like the bike would tip all the way up to sturgess then that even be funnier are you led to read canam roadsters at sturgis or do last out of town you probably could we'd let you do that you'll be on the back of rick's bike and i'll be on my cameras who gets heckled while probably get heckled on the back of the bike but you're gonna you probably yeah yeah right a friend of my good friend of mine who were riding together pugh years ago and he ran out of gas and so he comes on the back of your bike back on my bike and i wrote him into morrison and on the weekend and morrison there are you know everybody knows bikes lined all up and down more than the main street there morrison i had a full face helmet on boy sunglasses on the back and so when we were pulling a divorce and i was honking my horn like i was in a parade it was hilarious the looks that we got bet and nobody knew who i was but he was pretty visible back there cheryl cheryl has an idea rick just in case you and i go to sturgis hi cheryl you're on koa i picturing lloyd from dumb and dumber rats yes yes on a mini bike yup but i am calling because my brother has he lives up there and you guys crash with him he doesn't know yet but u m how big is this place and does he have one bed do you own it own it back to state park is on like three acres precept home but it's like three bedrooms okay so they can really just camp out in the yard and be okay well we've got to be in the yard that's what they do people rent out there birds people pitched tents dave can sleep in the room there you go oh rick it's the tent the tent on the one pitch wrote in the back of the bike for seven hours or whatever you're on the back of the bike cheryl thanks dave was nice to cheryl the to give us brother's house so much nicer alaska how many people live there i think it's sister brother she said three her mom and dad owned the house so no well he may be married lamping is a thing right kathy union friends go glancing the all the time moved up camping so maybe you could find a company that will hook you up with the glancing style tencent won't matter colorado writes the west will give you an rv would give us an rv to take up there we could do a little trip together they pull the motorcycle is driving wayne gave you guys an rv and pull the motorcycle jay that's the way to do and then you don't have to you just have to park it somewhere i've never done that if you ever taken a trip in a big rv yeah how was it i went to greeley that's a big trip for training camp say big trip you take a trip and a big rv big trip a vacation oh no you didn't say big trip no i have not no i haven't either i think it'd be kind of cool though it's fun across america yeah be kind of cool i heard that that's become a thing with baby boomers that they they're like sell their house they sell everything they buy a really nice rv just of rome or they live in the rv live in the rv just kind of wandered yeah i don't know i mean those rv's are real nice we took one camping last year i'm not saying the rv's aren't nice because they're beautiful i don't know if i want to sell the house and live the rv for the rest of my life i don't know great gas mileage are you the type no no that's what's funny about it but i am picturing you right now in an rv i drive it i bet you hell yes i would like it more than you think to live in it i mean really your god like to go on a trip like we said hey we're taking.
"union friends" Discussed on This Is Only A Test
"Great hosts but what's the value of a curated experience like you find what q and scott and the questions people on other networks using facebook's quiz tool just for that you know like like ninja come over from twitch to do it fort night based quiz show i bet he'd have a lot of followers in the if he has enough of then the money be pretty good and i think the the value that facebook sees is not at the scale of audience is the scale of shows and so if you do have let's say a thousand great or good good to great quiz shows running on face with same time each with a couple hundred people playing union friends play in feels more like an intimate feels more like the bar bar quiz experience a bigger bar but not as big as the bark was experienced his cue which is hundreds of the people he says it's personality based i say it's money basically if you don't have dollars at least up for grabs preferably ten right you're not gonna see people playing this game even even when to what's the most any persons one on hq in a single game oh a lot in general in the dozens of dollars in general if that right less right so it's not really but on occasion they go all in on one when i started it was higher per payout so mathematically if you have a thousand dollars up for grabs and only a couple dozen people playing a couple hundred people playing oh it's still the visit thousand grabs that's great but i'm afraid it's gonna be ten no no no they won't do this they could get smaller ships i could see a model where face working with content networks and we're almac tech quiz show yeah and marcus wants a sponsor one of the questions and then they can they'll take that's where the money will come from pace facebook will take their take it's interesting i'll be the crater up to the crater to not only bring the personality and entertainment but also good questions and they have the network to propagate to say everyone in my tech community network everyone play this game and it be it's focused and targeted advertising i think if book really wants the money they should just make a battle royale up just release in iowa because that's the way to make money it is a way to make money fortnight on how much money you think it's made in the past and click quickly jeremy how much gets made in the three weeks it's been out in three weeks note thirty three months i started three months it's been out how much has it made i o s i'm going to say ten million dollars your order of magnitude off is one hundred it's one hundred million connotes a free game i mean all of that is skins and loot boxes and that kind of stuff say i mean that just shows you how big of a user base is happening though i actually wonder that's more profit than solos made by the way no doubt i mean but the games are big business i do wonder if we're hitting a fortnight sort of peak and the reason i suggest this is you can see ninjas fortnight subscriber total and it's dropped seventy thousand in the last out of one though it was two hundred thirty thousand paid subscribers to his channel and now it's down to like one hundred sixty and some of that is drop off from people using their their amazon prime free thing but that tells me less people might be watching it's still a.
"union friends" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast
"But that's not the right time already just accept that like that was really fun accent happy congratulations to lisa she does not listen to this she will be touched but congratulations on your new endeavors also congratulations to the eu your your gp dr which if you're coming in from the eu and visiting giant bomb you may have noticed that is probably not operating very well or you got some big black screens in front of you we like to take a moment to i'm not saying i'm sorry because nobody here was responsible for it but i'm sorry you were experiencing that we are we have not changed our knowledge of had meetings about this we have not changed any of our actual policy stuff but it might be difficult for you to figure that out or to get in there and navigate through the agree or manage options part we are apologizing for the implementation yeah so hopefully that's not ruining your day but again i don't think that's far as we know here nothing has actually changed and what we are data we're collecting from right we've previously collected but compliance and then the compliance portion was handled very well so apologize to our european union friends i mean if you're in europe you've never seen seen it so backyard also fairly cbs y things on behalf of the good wife.
Fortnite: Battle Royale all you need to know
"This is tech news briefing from the Wall Street Journal. Welcome. I'm Charlie Turner for the Wall Street Journal in New York video game headsets are in big demand, and we'll tell you why. Just a moment. I hear some tech headlines. It really pays to work at alphabet. The parent of Google said, its workers earned a median pay package of more than one hundred ninety seven thousand dollars last year. The fourth highest pay among hundreds of companies in the S and P five hundred index that have disclosed those figures. However, alphabets median pay was about eighteen percent lower than at rival internet, giant Facebook, where employees earn a median salary of two hundred forty thousand dollars. The relatively high pay at two of the world's biggest tech firms as a sign of the talent war in Silicon Valley where talented engineers are in limited supply will the third time be the charm for a plan. Merger between T mobile US and sprint T mobile has struck a deal by its telecom rival for twenty six billion dollars the third time in the last four years, the two of attempted a merger, the deal faces regulatory challenges in Washington over worries that the deal may result in fewer wireless competitors and higher prices for consumers. The Wall Street Journal says sprint and T mobile executives could make the. Case the times have changed, and that competition could actually go up investments in five G infrastructure could blur the lines between cell phone provider, cable company, and technology firm. Even using current technologies, Comcast corporation has rolled out low cost wireless service to its cable customers that rides on Verizon's network. And finally, artificial intelligence threatens to destroy a lot of jobs, but Wall Street Journal. Digital science editor. Danielle Hernandez says, hey, I could also create a lot more new positions already. Many companies are discovering that they need a range of new workers to keep their smart new world running smoothly and not just software developers, but also managers, operators and artistic designers checkout. Danielle as article, seven jobs, robots will create or expand at wsj.com coming up. Why sales video game headsets are booming. This is tech news briefing from the Wall Street Journal. Welcome back. Everyone. Multiplayer video games are hot, and so are the headsets that gamers use to talk to each other. The Wall Street Journal says sales of headsets used to talk to fellow gamers nearly doubled in the US last month from a year earlier according to NPD group, which tracks sales for the video game industry spending on headsets, helped drive sales and NPD's category of game accessories and gift cards to a record level in March. What's driving the big demand for headsets Wall Street Journal, tech reporter, Sara Lee needle. Men is here to tell us, Sarah, it is obvious that gaming is no longer just a solitary occupation among teens or any other group of players. It's these team based games like fortnight that are really popular right now isn't that driving the demand for headsets and other words players can play online with each other and chat through the headsets. They go hand in hand. It has a lot of these online multiplayer games are team based. So you have the headset on and you use. The to coordinate strategy help one another. So you're asking your teammate, you know, go left you rights and then in between, you might be chatting about school or whatever, but the headsets are crucial part of it. I mean, if you're playing alone in a multiplayer game where you're not a team, even then the headsets can be helpful because you can hear footsteps of another player coming up. You know, virtual footsteps and so sound does play a role, but the most important part of the headsets as the ability to talk. Okay. Sarah, you seem to single out the video game fortnight for the booming headset demand. Why? Well, actually MP singled out fortnight as a likely reason because the game is so enormously popular, it's a free to play game. So it's really attracted a group of players who maybe you'd normally couldn't afford to buy a new sixty dollar AAA game, and it has that AAA quality in. So the game is so phenomenally vessel and curb. Popular, and it's available on PC's and consoles and mobile. And it allows for cross plays, though someone on a PlayStation fork play against someone on a PC which is not comments, very unusual. So all these aspects and also it's a very cartoonish. There's no blood and gore, so it's something that parents can be tolerate a little bit more than some other games. They certainly parents certainly appreciate the fact that it's team based in that their children are playing with one another, not by themselves, which is something that's been going on for quite a while, but it's really ramped up in the past year with rise of games like fortnight, and there are others out there to midsummer them. Well, you got overwatch that's not free, but it is a team based game in extremely popular. There are other games that are in the east sports world, maybe a bit older like Doda to or counterstrike, and then you can even go back to world of warcraft, but the number of people playing these games just escalated in recent years and. You four and I really knocked it out of the park didn't fortnight's creator, develop a free version alongside the paid game, and I is it the free version that has attracted more players. Oh, absolutely. So the the original four-night the man game came out last year July and it was in the neighborhood of, I think, thirty or forty dollars and it did okay. But it wasn't, you know, wasn't anything special. And then in September came out with this free version and it's a different kind of game or different objective. It's it's a style called battle royale and that you know, that style play is very much like the hundred eight. He got one hundred players thrown into a map and you're fighting to be the last wonder survive. Or if you play an, you know, an a team, it's the last team or survive. And so that's the version that people are running out and getting because it's free enlighten me on something here, please. What is the difference if there is one between free to play and free mode? Is there any difference there? No known. I the terminologies usually intertwined. It's interchangeable. Okay. And so these headsets have really basically set records, can we say that or is it the accessories category in general category in general, set a record and we're talking about NBD only tracks the United States, right? Would it really is just telling is that when when you're trying to figure out how happy are four nine is because because it's free and because we don't know exactly how many people are playing it, the creator epoch, Lassen January, that there's about forty million playing both the free and paid versions. We don't know exactly what the split is, but I would imagine it's most most of those forty million are playing the free version. And then now analysts estimates probably about closer to fifty million people that are playing it, and it's broken. Number records on the live for simultaneous, play on steam. The number of people watching other people play on twitch has been extremely high breaking records, there's well. So it's just incredibly popular and you can make the link between that and the headset sales because. Most people would play that game either as a team or they're just using it to socialize because you're playing short bursts like while twenty minutes. So in between while you're waiting for the next one to load, union friends could be chatting about what's going on in your your lives. You know, parents love the fact that these games aren't over long, you know, especially if you get eliminated. Well, yeah, you could say, you know, dinners on the table and say, all right, mom will be there in about ten minutes. I may be twenty if I'm good enough to get to the end. But you know they and then they go eat dinner and then it can show back into the game. It's it's it's, you could pick up a new one. It's short bursts, and it's a lot of fun Wall Street Journal tech reporters, Sarah needlework. Thank you very much for joining us. I pleasure. That's tech news briefing. I'm Charlie Turner from the Wall Street Journal in New York.
"union friends" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Would you like mudslide jessica jessica you wanna join me uncle ted's shed no you cannot pay me enough creepy we don't wanna know just stop talking to jessica about your own shed sorts of restraining orders on ted jessica union friends your planning on vegas when you go into yes there's a bachelorette party yes sir there is going to be a yara and sash and a lot of other things so i'm in charge of the decorations of course but decorate your walking to the casino what do you do so long wheel of fortune machine entrance for the bri when she's a hotel room of course so but it's one thing when the bride makes great entrance it's another thing if that's her nickname oh my but no she she has like a bunch of friends we might like thirty some people to this thing and the rate of honor and i were like thank goodness only heard i initially were going and then another time was like all tiger logs and now we've got the valance of four people so it's going to be a great time as guaranteed by straight meet titan great you're celebrating the fact your friend getting married and of course you'll forget about that for as not slinging drunk well goodwill cosmopolitan that's where all the drunk women anyway we'll see they're safe weekend okay there's gotta be trouble you know that you're expecting trouble yes it's a great time talkie guys love y'all.
"union friends" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Your brain's morning workout you're listening to america's first news this morning with gordon deal thanks for joining us on this friday eve texas health officials are warning the public that thousands of cheerleaders may have been exposed to mumps at a national competition in dallas last month the dallas morning news says competitors from thirty nine states and nine countries were present at the national cheerleaders association allstar national championship from february 23rd to the 25th a person with mumps reportedly attended the event abc news says there have been no reported cases to date those symptoms may not appear for two weeks or at all of course mumps is an infection from a virus a viral illness usually prevented by the mmr vaccine it spreads through airborne transmission or by direct contact by saliva droplets in a can be infectious days before any symptoms begin it spreads in a way very similar to the flu but not as severe as measles mumps can be contagious at least five days from the onset of facial swelling there are no specific medications but patients can use acetaminophen for fever or pain as well as he warmed pactfor for the facial swelling eight minutes now in front of the hour on this morning jennifer kushinka is back with more of america's news put in the european union says its police to retaliate against the us ever president trump's proposed tariffs on steel and aluminum countermeasures would target iconic us products like harley davidson motorcycles levi's jeans and bourbon us trade commissioner cecilia malmstrom says the eu the world's biggest trading bloc rejects trump's reasoning that tariffs are needed to protect national security we have it is doubt about that justification we cannot see how the european union friends and allies in nato can be a threat to international security in the us the white house says mexico canada and other countries may be spared under national security carveouts for the second time in less than a week of storm rolled into the northeast with a wet heavy snow grounding flights closing schools and bringing another round of power outages to a corner of the country still recovering from last weekend's nor'easter the storm prettiest thunder snow with flashes of lightning and booming thunder in new jersey a teacher was struck by lightning but survived other state residents are battling bad road conditions plates very heavy and wet where where the street has been treated and.
"union friends" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Your brain's morning workout you're listening to america's first news this morning with gordon deal thanks for joining us on this friday eve texas health officials are warning the public that thousands of cheerleaders may have been exposed to mumps at a national competition in dallas last month the dallas morning news says competitors from thirty nine states and nine countries were present at the national cheerleaders association allstar national championship from february 23rd to the 25th a person with mumps reportedly attended the event abc news says there have been no reported cases to date those symptoms may not appear for two weeks or at all of course mumps is an infection from a virus a viral illness usually prevented by the mmr vaccine it spreads through airborne transmission or by direct contact by saliva droplets in a can be infectious days before any symptoms begin it spreads in a way very similar to the flu but not as severe as measles mumps can be contagious at least five days from the onset of facial swelling there are no specific medications but patients can use acetaminophen for fever or pain as well as a warm pack for the facial swelling eight minutes now in front of the hour on this morning jennifer kushinka is back with more of america's first news put in the european union says its police to retaliate against the us ever president trump's proposed tariffs on steel and aluminum countermeasures would target iconic us products like harley davidson motorcycles levi's jeans and bourbon and us trade commissioner cecilia malmstrom says the eu the world's biggest trading bloc rejects trump's reasoning that tariffs are needed to protect national security we have it is doubt about that justification we cannot see how the european union friends and allies in nato can be a threat to international security in the us the white house says mexico canada and other countries may be spared under national security carveouts for the second time in less than a week a storm rolled into the northeast with a wet heavy snow grounding flights closing schools and bringing another round of power outages to a corner of the country is still recovering from last weekend's nor'easter the storm prettiest thunder snow with flashes of lightning and booming thunder in new jersey a.
"union friends" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Process you go through what are all of the things that you uncovering identify what are all the questions that you asked one of the things that i regularly encourage people to think about when they come and sit down with us is pay attention to if we are gathering information asking for data points asking you questions that nobody has ever ask before they've never ask for this information they've never asked you these questions about different things pay attention to if we're analysing things and looking at things that nobody has ever looked at before so forget what we say in forget what anybody else says words breezy the proof is in the pudding so sean i know you are telling me a story recently uh about you and some of your knuckleheads friends for getting help to get on the right track i think a lot about whenever the few years ago i went with one of my buddies for his birthday over to columbus georgia they have the chatahoochee i guess it is there manmade whitewater rafting and you get on the rafts union friends in you just go down and go through that the rapids class for classified big rapids and you have a guide on the back and we made it through an and the second time you go through you get to the bigger one in we pulled off to the side and watched every single boat just yards l everyone's falling out that's important have the right guide we didn't realize that principle at the time so we decided that was a lot of fun let's go do it ourselves as go canoe a slower calmer river and there no rapids in this one of without a guy without a guide we said we we got figured out we've been on a raft before four we've done this once right so we went in went down a slower calmer river the plan was to go about five or ten miles that day and set up camp we got less than two in all of our stuff was soaking wet so the way that i think about it how it relates is when the waters com it's way easier to be successful in navigate that so white when the market's.
"union friends" Discussed on Super Station 101
"The the the proof is in the pudding can you outrun a car you know whatever's chasing you me earlier we must okay all you have to be as a swath so pretty much everything yeah but people call themselves retirement planners in in here's my point the proof is in the pudding what is the process you go through what are all of the things that you uncovering identify what are all the questions that you asked one of the things that i regularly encourage people to think about when they come and sit down with us is pay attention to if we are gathering information asking for data points asking you questions that nobody has ever ask before they've never ask for this information they've never asked you these questions about different things pay attention to if we're analysing things and looking at things that nobody has ever looked at before so forget what we say in forget what anybody else says words breezy the proof is in the pudding so sean i know you are telling me a story recently uh about you and some of your knuckleheads friends for getting help to get on the right track i think a lot about whenever the few years ago i went with one of my buddies for his birthday over to columbus georgia they have the chatahoochee i guess it is there manmade whitewater rafting and you get on the rafts union friends in you just go down and go through that the rapids class for classified big rapids and you have a guide on the back and we made it through an and the second time you go through you get to the bigger one in we pulled off to the side and watched every single boat just yards l everyone's falling out that's important have the right guide we didn't realize that principle at the time so we decided that was a lot of fun let's go do it ourselves this go canoe a slower calmer river and there no rapids in this without a guy without a guide we said we we got figured out we've been on a raft before we've done this once right so we went and went down a slower calmer river the plan was to go about five or ten miles that day and set up camp we got less than two and all of our stuff was soaking wet so the way.
"union friends" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Insurance you prescription drug policy or if your employer does yeah before you tell him you know i don't i don't want it i don't want to a policy that says well i get well i get sick i can't afford my truck i want a policy that's going to have a reasonable limit on what i pay out of my pocket 'cause i work hard for that money yeah yeah a gin removes disco in the morning 648 right nap while the constant some pennsylvania his incident leads to disabilities you right his as the attempted the four eight to politics and we looked at it really really meticulously looked at everything and he came up with this to my union friends and they said you know i said could you leak they they make the most of the jobs amazingly correct me if i'm wrong jim greenwood 'cause you'll know best but they make in media they make them in ireland they will fly claritin on a plane to ireland the plane will land insistently anz gets the ira's tax break i mean and i said and i rail on the radio every day and i don't because all we do is get taxed in the jersey and that's all the only way they know how to raise money new jersey's by taxes on our back them are tired of tolls and we're tired attacks of jim greenwood you know the story uber near brother why can't we and you touched on it make generic drugs in the stressed areas for example patterson new jersey that's at a camden new jersey why can't we create manufacturing bases so so we can have generic drugs produced right here at home workers have extended it's a question of of the cost of labour you know the the late research e from places like india but it's also a question if taxes as you mentioned and you know um a lot of companies will we'll make their official legal uh headquarters overseas because you're tactic corp the the corporate income tax will slow now was hired there were there i should say yeah we just a congress the congress just dropped the uh the corporate income tax got a.
"union friends" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"International stage while critics engaged in empty rhetoric and baseless attacks there you go well i don't really appreciate what bob corker saying and he's undermining the president and i know a lot of that i'm a big donald trump fan but in this case i am i'm even more frustrated because he's a sitting us senator and i remember is not running for reelection so 2000 eighteen corker is done and then he can adventure these cartoons in the local newspapers are all over the place it can put a court kennett that's a nobrainer joke right there i love it i love the fact that trump has directed and controlled the narrative don't you when it comes to immigration whether or not we have a wall bottom line is he's put it not just on the map but at center point in others a big star in it it's like the capital on our map of issues and that's a good thing because trust me you don't want another europe we're never going to have a european union in the context of merging with other countries united nations ask and i know some countries their friends mine and family in germany that are still protesting the european union friends of mine in england that are frustrated that they're part of the european union no longer now as they voted to get out that the brexit you know the briton exit is what that meant and other countries are deciding whether to join or leave but i'll tell you when it comes to immigration policy i'll tell you when it comes to foreign relations when it comes to who's coming into your country in and muslims centric in europe if not good there are so many foreigners coming over and the percentages of them that are hostile just read the news you know you don't have the goethe two sh we egal or or you know in england the guardian you don't have to go to those the daily mirror you don't have to go to european newspapers to get and glean from fox news.