23 Burst results for "Union Office"

"union office" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:37 min | 3 months ago

"union office" Discussed on AP News

"McCartney tells BBC Radio four it was John Lennon who ended The Beatles or as he calls him our Johnny McCartney has often been blamed for the breakup McCartney says part of the confusion comes from their manager who wanted them to keep quiet so he could finish several business deals McCartney says Lennon walked into a room one day and said I am leaving The Beatles McCartney adds is that instigating the split or not He says he was said about the breakup because they were still making pretty good stuff Opponents of Texas strict abortion ban are taking aim at companies that donated money to the bill sponsors through television and digital ads They're hoping consumers will pressure corporate America to join the fight against a surge of restrictions The ads highlight AT&T's donations to Texas Republicans who sponsored the bill The company also donated to Democrats and says it does not take a position on abortion or endorse the law There are plans to expand the ads to Florida where a similar proposal has been introduced Meanwhile late Friday a federal appeals court reinstated the law just two days after a lower court suspended it Now the question is whether it goes to the Supreme Court I'm Julie Walker Left leaning Italian politicians are calling for a ban of pro fascism groups a day after clashes in the capital The call to outlaw extreme far right groups comes a day after anti vaccine protesters incited by far right groups stormed a union office in Rome about 10,000 demonstrators spilled onto the streets of Rome to protest against a new requirement to certify that they have at least one COVID-19 vaccine shot or tested negative against the virus in order to.

McCartney Johnny McCartney John Lennon Lennon BBC Texas confusion Julie Walker America Florida Supreme Court Rome AT
Calls rise in Italy to ban pro-fascism groups after rampage

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Calls rise in Italy to ban pro-fascism groups after rampage

"Left leaning Italian politicians according for a fan of professions in groups a day off to clashes in the capital the cool to outlaw extreme far right groups comes a day off to anti vaccine protesters incited by far right groups told the union office in rhyme about ten thousand demonstrators spilled into the streets of room to protest against the new requirements to certify that they have at least one cabin nineteen boxing so it will tested negative against the virus in order to access what places twelve practices were either detained or arrested including Juliana casino leader of the extreme right political party forza Nuova schools of demonstrators he sticks metal balls and rolled up to tidy and planks to post their way inside rooms which trashed with furniture overturned later hundreds of demonstrators clashed with police as they tried to reach the square outside the premise of this next opponents I'm Karen Thomas

Union Office Juliana Casino Extreme Right Political Party Boxing Karen Thomas
Pfizer confirms massive new operations hub in Tampa

AM Tampa Bay

00:22 sec | 11 months ago

Pfizer confirms massive new operations hub in Tampa

"Visor is planning a major Operation Center in Tampa. The big drugmakers announcing the move after signing a lease late last month for 105,000 Square feet in the Heights Union office building north of downtown Tampa. Visor says it will bring together services such as finance, human resources, digital and sourcing. The number of jobs being created has not been

Operation Center Visor Heights Union Office Building Tampa
Ohio cop fired over fatal shooting of Andre Hill

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Ohio cop fired over fatal shooting of Andre Hill

"Two. The public safety officer of Columbus, Ohio, is supporting the police chief in terminating a veteran cop who fatally shot an unarmed Andre Maurice Hill three days before Christmas officer Adam Koi is charged with failing to turn on his body camera prior to the shooting and failing to provide medical assistance. Sarah Mason's among a crowd of protesters who gathered outside the police union offices. My next hope is, you know to at least have the charges of murder

Andre Maurice Hill Adam Koi Columbus Sarah Mason Ohio
"union office" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"union office" Discussed on WGN Radio

"These nations this hour on Victor on, Whitehouse Corona Virus advisor Dr Anthony found, she warned that holiday gathering should be limited this year, says family should be mindful of people brought together to limit the risk of spreading the virus. He also implied that Cove it 19 vaccines. Not be available until January, 2021 or later. U S Air Force intercepted today a general aviation aircraft that flew into restricted airspace near Bullhead City, Arizona. The North American Aerospace Defense Command says the crash was not in contact with air traffic control and didn't have clearance to be there. NORAD F sixteens were scrambled to investigate. They deployed signal flares that got the pilot's attention, who then established radio communications and was escorted out of the restricted area. I didn't made to claims to have beaten 53 year old Grammy Award winning singer R. Kelly and Side of Chicago Cell in August, has been sentenced to life in prison on a racketeering conviction. A federal judge in Hammond, Indiana, handed down sentencing today for 39 year old Latin Kings gang member Jeremiah Farmer, Kelly's facing several dozen counts of state and federal sexual misconduct charges in Illinois, Minnesota and New York. Including sexual assault, two heading a racketeering scheme, ain't it supplying him with girls? Walt Disney World in Orlando today laid off 720 actors and singers. The actor's Equity association represents the performers. It says only 60 equity performers are working or returning to work there. Any of its live entertainment shows have gone dark because of the Corona virus. Or than 400 Western Union offices that Cubans heavily rely on for Remittances sent by family abroad are in danger of closing amid a growing number of sanctions the U. S government has placed on the island. Cuba's government says all 407 officers could close by late November, a move that would potentially affect millions of people who depend on money sent by relatives for daily expenses. If no alternatives are found by then watch news nation every night on W G N America or go on the news station now for noose around the clock. I'm the Kwan Way could.

R. Kelly racketeering Victor Dr Anthony North American Aerospace Defen NORAD Bullhead City Grammy Award Cuba advisor Equity association Orlando Hammond Arizona assault Chicago Jeremiah Farmer Indiana Western Union New York
"union office" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"union office" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Main Street to Salem Street. Route One South bound is stuck from route 99 to a crash after Lynn Street, the six minute back upfor that David struck Feli No W busy traffic on the threes. Let's check the weekend forecast in the four day W B Z ack you weather forecast Now. Here's meteorologist Dean DeVore remember? Ah, couple of weeks ago before I went on vacation. I said, Cherish that time when we had that nice, warm weather, of course, that we got that little chilly shot for a while, but then it's gotten better again right after a That windy situation the other day, we've going to be nice. Today, Temperatures will be up in the load of its sixties with less wind. So after the frosty start inland, pretty decent afternoon for October. You want really nice. Tomorrow's gonna warm up in the load of its seventies. Please cherish that because then it looks like it looks cooler on Sunday, Not bad sixties closer to 60 at the water's edge, mid sixties inland. With clouds and sun. It looks like we do have some rain in the offing Monday into Tuesday, and then another chilly shot. Looks like it's coming Middle eight next week, Jeff Thank you. Weather meteorologist beamed aboard Visi Boston's news rating. Nothing but sunshine this morning 43 degrees. You know that ST Anne's Credit Union office many of the same products and services of the big banks, but offer lower loan rates and higher deposit rates. Visit ST Anne's dot com That's S T a N and s dot com. Equal housing Opportunity Member and Seaway M s. I see animal s number 525435 Morning 7 26. Now look at New England business. It is being paid Nearly a billion dollars in the White House is Operation Warp Speed program to come up with a corona virus vaccine in record time and.

Dean DeVore Visi Boston Seaway M s Anne White House David Credit Union New England Jeff
"union office" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"union office" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mind That work continues today. 1 90 north and South van in West Boylston Approaching route 12. Lori gradually busies Tropic on the three. Let's take a look at the four day W B Z AKI Weather forecast. Here's meteorologist Dean DeVore. We are ready for a windy day high wind warnings and wind advisories up for the entire area. They go into affected 2 p.m. this afternoon. Continue until 2 a.m. tomorrow morning. We could see gusts as high as 60 MPH during those times and Secondly, to down trees and power lines is that wind picks up son will give way to clouds and could have a couple of showers and embedded in that wind. Ah, gusty thunderstorm during that late afternoon and evening time period is the high gets up to 73. Still quite windy, Low fifties Tonight, cooler tomorrow despite sunshine, the high 62 still cool, Sunny Friday loaded mid sixties and then it warms up into the mid seventies Saturday cools back again on Sunday. I'm AccuWeather meteorologist in divorce. W B c Mosses NEWSRADIO rights 59 Fading sunshine in Boston. Did you know that ST Anne's Credit Union office many of the same products and services of the big banks but offer lower loan rates and higher deposit rates? Visit ST Anne's dot com That's a and an E s dot com. Equal housing Opportunity member and Seaway M s icy animal s number 525435 Good morning, It's 8 55 on the ring, Central News line and mortgage ray skies in the world of music this morning. I can see Clear rain go. Singer Johnny Nash has died at his home in Houston, Texas, voice behind the worldwide smash I can see Clearly now is 80 years old Johnny Nash dead at his home in Houston, Texas. Also this morning, fans of the price is right will not be seeing contestants come on down anymore. The game show is back to taping with without an audience. The set has been redesigned as one level with the bidders row on the main stage. Each player will be 6 ft apart and allowed to spin the wheel after sanitizing their hands. That show is now recording three episodes a day. Instead of two. It is 8 56 High winds threatened power outages later today. Rain is going to get us a cz. Well this afternoon, we gets the possibility of some thunderstorms, which would bring hail to coming up on W. B. C news radio this morning. Another star patriot is infected, putting packs plans on hold. For now. Another check could soon be headed your way. But it's mixed messages from the White House about saving the economy and a song infuriates inmates and gets prison workers. In some pretty hot water details coming up. It's 8 57 School is the premier Independent Day School in central Massachusetts for students from pre kindergarten to great swell.

Johnny Nash Houston Texas AccuWeather Dean DeVore Lori Seaway M Boston Anne White House Credit Union 8 57 School Massachusetts Independent Day School
"union office" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"union office" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Those are our power line Workers tree cutting services folks doing you know the work that follows a storm like that. But as far as our residents go, we've had You know? Ah, a few issues we and when I say we, um and I apologize to the narrow scope that I have a long day 17 of graveyards myself. Um But I'm part of our tactical unit. War are SWAT guys are all running night operations for anti looting. Um and we've we've made 20 arrests since the storm, including five last night. So it's definitely happening, and I think those what we're going to see is those numbers increase as time continues and more folks are comeback homes either work on the residences or, you know, for the population stretches. Well, you can only stay gone so long again. This coming on the heels of Kobe. Where you have been a wide swath of the population that were out of work for months to begin with. I have now had to evacuate and, you know, possibly they're able to get a you know, a voucher through FEMA may carry them for a few weeks. Eventually they're going. They're going to come home and when they come back when the bulk of the population starts coming back, I really think we're going to see this increase on that's kind of our fear. And overall is the fact that we were, you know. The world. For the most part. If you're watching the news on the 26 was laser focused on like Charles, it was it was the ground zero for the same coming storm. Um We were very, very, very fortunate. Let me ask you a quick cause I'm up against a break. Is there a place folks can call that want to help the Union office or some number? They can call that want to help? Absolutely, if you're you know, if you're interested in helping, we would very much appreciate it. And for direct immediate stuff you can call 337. 491 7006337417006 that will take you to the police for Miss Natural Operation Center. And if there's anything you would like to provide or do, that's the place to go for direct monetary donations. I would suggest using the site that you you just laid out earlier. Assist the officer dot com. Just put that it's going to Lake Charles. Thank.

Charles Lake Charles Miss Natural Operation Center FEMA officer Union office
"union office" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"union office" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And you have a gun or shotgun. Something to defend your property, right? And now you're gonna have AH, politician that says You can't have anything in your home. To protect your property. I can't. You just I don't want you to have it. In addition to not wanting you to have anything your home to protect yourself and your family and your property. Now I want to force you to not be allowed to close your windows or lock your doors. Who in their right mind American citizen hick. I don't even see Americans who in their right mind as a human being would think that a politician that wants you to keep your doors open and not have anything inside your house to defend yourself is a good idea. Whether you're leaning as a Republican or leaning as a Democrat. You're all in either way. How does that make sense? Someone needs to explain that one to me. Honestly because it just does not make any sense to me. And when I hear people saying, Oh, that's that's a good Yeah, I want to vote for him. So you want a vote for the dude that does not want you to have The ability to protect yourself. And wants you to leave your doors open so anyone can come in and out. And then added to it. He's going to charge you money for it. He's going to raise your taxes to do it. I don't understand. I don't understand that I read do not understand There's going to be a middle ground. That people can meet on right? But those issues I think there is no middle. There shouldn't be a middle ground when it comes to defending your life defending your property, if any of your your family there should not. There's no middle. It's fine. There's no more people need to really pay attention to that. When it comes To them going. To the polls and voting. You really need to be awake. I think we're in a very dangerous time in our lives and in our country. And I truly believe that But we're at we're at that that cross you where you have to really pay attention. There's people out there. That are still smuggling. There's people out there that are still no doing everything that they can, too. To avoid arrest. I saw it. I had a busy week. So I have a friend out in India. He Sent me a message. Where they arrested two individuals. At the Indio checkpoint one on 86. So there's two, right? Yeah. And so they arrested one time they were going north. Bondi had several AR fifteen's. They had other handguns. They had some hatchets. In some axes, with a portrait doing and this they were anti fur, and they said they had a bunch of anti law enforcement slurs on him and Just all kinds of stuff they detained. I don't know if they're prosecuted and no, I don't know the outcome of the case. But I know that that happened so He sends me dismissed. I'm looking and I'm like, Wow, that's crazy. Think that's insane. And and I'm at the office at the time, but the union office Shortly after that. I get another. I get a call. This time I get a call because there's been a shooting. So I tend To do my damnedest. At any time that there's an agent that gets involved in a shooting in the Tucson sector. Do my dang just to be one of the individuals. That response? Yeah, that makes sense. I mean, the local president thinking should You should respond it, I think. That when you take on certain positions You need to understand that those positions or not. Something that's just 9 to 5. Monday through Friday. You gotta be there and available. So I go out there just to check on. Make sure the agents are okay. First and foremost. Make sure he's got the right legal coverage. Make sure you know an FBI showed up on this one. They're in charge of the city Did a fantastic job. Two FBI agents really, really cool? Not the FBI agents from die hard. Thank God. These guys were actually very cordial to care stuff. They were really nice. No, we immediately got attorneys are one of our attorney on the case to help out the agents there was witnessed everything was handled great. But when you start looking at what actually happened And so it was an individual that was smuggling illegals. And he leads agent on a 20 mile chase. There was gunshots fired. The individual that was shot. He was a U. S citizen. He He was treated he released from the hospital hospital. You know, the agents, you know, took into custody, and obviously FBI's looking into the whole situation. Now, this guy that got shot he they they suspect him of being the coyote. The guy that was, you know, smuggling. So, according to documents is what they're saying. There was two legal's that Ah Mr Staler Statler Salter Fault area is he's the guy that Was involved. He had these individuals in the trunk of his car. So when he gets to the checkpoint, a TTE some point he has. Ah, he pulled out a rifle. Somewhere in the car across his lap or whatever. When the agents approach approached, And then this guy fired at the agents for the agent returned fire. Legit. A good shoot, But you know you're going to get people they're going to talk. So then. I show up. I deal with it. I call every station that has a checkpoint at that point. I take it upon myself..

FBI Bondi India Mr Staler Statler Salter attorney hospital hospital AR Tucson president U. S
"union office" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"union office" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"You're listening to the news. Our top local story Police are asking for help to find the suspect identified in the violent weekend assault of a pickup driver in downtown Portland. Investigators say they've been trying to contact 25 year old Marquis love. They've left messages for love to turn himself in, as they continue searching for him. He's accused of beating the pick up driver unconscious Sunday night. After protesters chased the vehicle until it crashed at Southwest Taylor and Broadway. If you have any information reach out to Portland police about 200 demonstrators targeted the police Union office building in north Portland again last night, their chant threatened to burn the building. Police say the protesters remove plywood broke out a window and got in and ran a hose inside to flood the building. Officers broke up the crowd removing the hose without any force. No arrests. Oregon added more than 20,000 jobs last month, and the unemployment rate dropped a 10.4% At 11 90 Katie Exes Brad Ford reports. While jobs are coming back, the state still has a long way to go. Jobs ranted at leisure and hospitality, government, retail and healthcare employment department accountable. Stanley Johnson says three sectors lost jobs in manufacturing and information sector that took the biggest hit is seeing the largest gains. Hospitality suffered the largest job losses in March in April and then over the past three months, has regained back about half of those job losses. Payment rate of 10.4% his near the national rate. Meanwhile, Multnomah County housing officials say people still unable to pay rent could face eviction in the coming months. Patricia RoHaas, deputy director of the Joint Office of Homelessness, told county commissioners today that could affect the housing support. You begin to see a loss of housing stock overtime. If if we don't find a support to be able to make arrears, Rose says they're prioritizing rent relief funds for future rents, and they have until the end of March of next year to pay back Prints. They're hoping for more money from the federal government on Gail Cunningham. Traffic and weather are next. You've heard me talk about it before the Subaru a lot to love event and trust me..

Portland Gail Cunningham Stanley Johnson police Union assault Marquis Multnomah County Southwest Taylor Subaru Joint Office of Homelessness Oregon Rose Patricia RoHaas deputy director Brad Ford Katie
"union office" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"union office" Discussed on WTOP

"Today contact standout standout construction dot com. That's s a n d o w construction dot coms And that wasn't a hub zone. Spb Always B company. It's 7 35 and unexpected 100,000 people have descended on Sturgis, South Dakota for the annual 10 day motorcycle rally is still being held. Despite current concerns it could touch off a wave of cove in 19 infections. And one restaurant only a small outdoor areas available to customers as part of Corona virus precautions. They just have like a couple picnic tables outside that we sanitize regularly, but like that's about it the rest of the town. They're not really doing too well. I don't think just like taking safety precautions. Stuff. In my opinion. That rally brings millions of dollars in business to that city every year. Protesters were back on the streets in Portland, Oregon last night, and demonstrations are turning violence again. Even after federal agents withdrew more than a week ago, leaving it's a local police to quell the unrest. Hundreds demonstrated outside the Portland Police Association building live video showed multiple dumpster fires near that building. Video posted on Social media also appeared to show a fire inside the building. Portland Police Association is a labor union that represents members of law enforcement. The fourth Coben 19 test result for Ohio Governor Mike DeWine came back negative yesterday after he received conflicting positive and negative results two days before. Ahead of a scheduled meeting with the president. So far, the wine is tested negative three times since that positive test result came on Thursday he was given the test ahead of a meeting with the president who visited Ohio Thursday. The conflicting results may clear. One of the problems with testing here in the U. S is reliability. Coming up after traffic and weather with no end in sight. Concert venue say they're in trouble. 7 37 I like Abed, that's really firm. I need something a little softer than that Rest easy in the suite number 3 60 Smart bet you could both. Adjust your comfort with your sleep number said I can really help me fall asleep faster. Yes, by gently warming your feet, Okay, But can it help?.

Portland Police Association Mike DeWine Ohio Abed president Portland South Dakota Oregon
Portland riot declared as fire burns in police union offices

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Portland riot declared as fire burns in police union offices

"Protesters were back on the streets in Portland, Oregon last night, and demonstrations are turning violence again. Even after federal agents withdrew more than a week ago, leaving it's a local police to quell the unrest. Hundreds demonstrated outside the Portland Police Association building live video showed multiple dumpster fires near that building. Video posted on Social media also appeared to show a fire inside the building. Portland Police Association is a labor union that represents members of law

Portland Police Association Portland Oregon
"union office" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"union office" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Of taking what you need, you know you want to give me a little something you know me, By the way, I think of you all the time when I get on I five stories that were supposed to close the lane down. Take the lane away because they didn't want to confuse people. Remember, this is a pathetic, right. They didn't confuse people. So they were gonna start. They're going to take it away. Now before they begin construction. I said, this is the stupidest thing. And then I said to Sully, I'll give you $3000. You get him to open that lane back up again and selling makes one phone call, which is nothing really when you think about it. Certainly not worth $3000 next year. 5000 by the way, the way the dollars and the mortgage rates incredibly low mortgage endemic opened up a lane. They still haven't done the construction have they selling? No, They have not. Just give me what I what I need. I'll give you a bag of cash. Give it to him and bought or whatever that exchange was Bitcoin Bitcoin. All right, so they are people really moving back to the suburbs. You know, this is a very interesting discussion. That kind of grew out of this conversation yesterday with well known Northwest traffic engineer Mark Hollenbeck at the University of Washington. We're discussing their actually We're talking about how much money the Department of Transportation is losing or not taking in over their forecasts based on the lack of tax revenues. And he was wondering if that now combination of working from home whatever that turns out to look like, long term couple days a week at the office or at home all the time. Whatever If that will mean that people will now get away from the urban centers because you don't have to go to them anymore. And you Congar to that distance away and afford the house get the big yard because in past the trade off used to be, you'd have to go baby way out. But then you get stuck in traffic, and that was the trade off. And if there is no traffic anymore, because as we've seen, we're still down 50% on a lot of the roads. It's an interesting discussion going forward is Has all the last 20 years of urban planning out set on its head, Because now people can work from home and they no longer have to worry about that commute. And then they could still get more home. The further out that they go Do we know, though, Chris, how many people want to work from home? Just because you can doesn't mean that that might be the ideal. We're still in a somewhat of a shutdown economy right now. I think that to assume that none of us are going to get back in our cars and drive to work, or, you know, not that many more people that are are right now seems That also seems like a desperate guess we'll hit this one. And that was kind of the point of this exercise is the fact that the state really can't forecast right now, because it doesn't know what our human behavior is going to be. So Mark Holland back is a traffic engineer was kind of waxing poetic and going, jeez. I'm really fascinated in what we are going to do we collectively as the public and will this mean a return to this? He doesn't He's not predicting that, but it was. I thought it was a very interesting discussion of some point of. Wow. Are we at that kind of a point? Because we don't know. We don't know what working from home will be here, and he kind of prefaced it on of Well, if we get a vaccine for Covad and people believe in the next 18 months, maybe this will just be a little blip. If it's four years. Maybe this is amore longer term things. So it was kind of an interesting look at Wow. What could happen? Downrange from somebody who really looks at this stuff. And I found it kind of fascinating. Just a topic of discussion. Not necessarily a blueprint of where we're going, But I found it fascinating. Don't you think It was always the case that you could work from home and get the work done? Once you have the Internet and wants people like while I need to come in here. Right if I can get it done from home while I'm getting in the car, driving all the way in spending all that time in the car, listening to Dave Ross and Colleen O'Brien on radio on and then that's reason enough to commute. I know listening to you guys on the way home. Let's not the Bell tolls. It tolls for all the time because nobody's gonna be there. Get back in your darn cars. No, Honestly, if people are not driving, not commuting in, they were stuck in their cars. They have nothing else to do. But listen to us. So this's very bad for us. And I encourage everybody. You what is happening at work. You're not there. You know what they're doing? They're thinking of getting rid of you. And talking about this in this this and this discussion was happening before the Washington State Transportation Commission, a cz They were kind of trying to look at the effects of Kobe on transportation dollars, and you know what we have to do with told rates and things like that. And so that was why I was kind of you, but what they found or what people are getting is from the tech companies specifically. Is that the downside of staying away from each other? Is there losing kind of thie spark of ingenuity? When you had someone from, say, Microsoft, get out of there South Lake Union office and walk down and meet somebody who works at another, You know, giant like that, and they had lunch and they talked.

engineer Department of Transportation Washington State Transportatio Mark Holland Covad Microsoft University of Washington Mark Hollenbeck Dave Ross Chris Lake Union Kobe Colleen O'Brien
"union office" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"union office" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Speaking of taking what you need, you know you want to give me a little something you know me. By the way, I think of you all the time. When I get on I five story is that They were supposed to close the lane down. Take the lane away because they didn't want to confuse people number. This Is it the head right? They didn't confuse people. So they were gonna start. They're going to take it away. Now before they begin construction. I said, this is the stupidest thing. And then I said to Sully, I'll give you $3000. You get him to open that lane back up again. And Celie makes one phone call, which is nothing really When you think about it, certainly not worth $3000 Next 5000. By the way, if it's the way the dollars and the mortgage rates incredibly low with your mortgage, academic dog, they opened up this lane. They still haven't done the construction have they selling? No, They have not. Just give me what I what I need. I'll give you a bag of cash. Give it to him and bought or whatever that exchange was big point. Bitcoin. Alright, so hey, are people really moving back to the suburbs? You know, this is a very interesting discussion. The kind of grew out of this conversation yesterday with well known Northwest traffic engineer Mark Hollenbeck at the University of Washington. We were discussing or actually, we're talking about how much money the Department of Transportation is losing or not taking in over their forecasts based on the lack of of tax revenues. And he was wondering if that now combination of working from home whatever that turns out to look like, long term couple days a week at the office or at home all the time. Whatever if that will mean That people will now get away from the urban centers because you don't have to go to them anymore. And you, Khun, go to that distance away and afford the house. Get the big yard cousin passed the trade off used to be, you'd have to go baby way out. But then you get stuck in traffic, and that was the trade off. And if there is no traffic anymore, because as we've seen, we're still down 50% on a lot of the roads. It's an interesting discussion going forward is Has all the last 20 years of urban planning now set on its head, Because now people can work from home and they no longer have to worry about that commute. And then they could still get more home. The further out that they go Do we know, though, Chris, how many people want to work from home? Just because you can doesn't mean that that might be the ideal. We're still in a somewhat of a shutdown economy right now. I think that to assume that none of us are going to get back in our cars and drive to work, or you know that not that many more people that are are right now seems That also seems like a desperate guess we'll hit this one. And that was kind of the point of this exercise is the fact that the state really can't forecast right now, because it doesn't know what our human behavior is going to be. So Mark Holland back is a traffic engineer was kind of waxing poetic and going, jeez. I'm really fascinated in what we are going to do we collectively as the public and will this mean a return to this? He doesn't He's not predicting that, but it was. I thought it was a very interesting discussion of some point of. Wow. Are we at that kind of a point? Because we don't know. We don't know what working from home will be here, and he kind of prefaced it on of Well, if we get a vaccine for Covad and people believe in the next 18 months, maybe this will just be a little blip. If it's four years. Maybe this is amore longer term things. So it was kind of an interesting look at Wow. What could happen? Downrange from somebody who really looks at this stuff. And I found it kind of fascinating. Just a topic of discussion. Not necessarily a blueprint of where we're going, But I found it fascinating. Don't you think It was always the case that you could work from home and get the work done? Once you have the Internet, and once people were like, why do I need to come in here? Right if I can get it done from home while I'm getting in the car, driving all the way in spending all that time in the car, listening to Dave Ross and Colleen O'Brien on car radio on and then that's reason enough to commute. You know, listening to you guys on the way home. Let's not the Bell tolls. It tolls for all this time, because nobody's going to be no. Get back in your darn cars. No, honestly, if people are not driving and not commuting in, they were stuck in their cars and nothing else to do. But listen to us. So this is very bad for us. And I thought, encourage everybody. You what is happening at work? You're not there. You know what they're doing? They're thinking of getting rid of you. Immediate in talking about this in this this and this discussion was happening before the Washington State Transportation Commission, a cz They were kind of trying to look at the effects of covert on transportation dollars, and you know what we have to do with told rates and things like that. And so that was why I was kind of you, but what they found or what people are getting is from the tech companies specifically. Is that the downside of staying away from each other? Is there losing kind of thie spark of ingenuity? When you had someone from, say, Microsoft, get out of there South Lake Union office and walk down and meet somebody who works at another, You know, giant like that, And they had lunch and they talked about something came back to their own officers would like maybe five new ideas and so the creative process. Some of these companies are going is kind of lost with that face to face,.

engineer Washington State Transportatio Department of Transportation Mark Holland Covad Celie Khun Microsoft Mark Hollenbeck Dave Ross Chris University of Washington Lake Union Colleen O'Brien
"union office" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"union office" Discussed on KOMO

"Both defended the relationship as consensual and the couple married in 2005 after she had served a seven year prison term. She maintains she did not know it was illegal, and that news later of other predator teachers baffled her. At least I can say that I did not know her attorney David Ger. Key, says She died at home Monday night, surrounded by her Children and fill out who came up from California a month ago to care for her as she grew sicker. Too many people she was just a pedophile. And actually, she wasn't even a pedophile. She was not attractive to young Children. She was attracted and in love with just litter. No was just 58. Carleen Johnson come on news cuts to the Seattle Police Department budget her on the City Council agenda today, Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan is proposing a 5% cut about $20 million. Most of that proposal last month was in response to the Cove in 19 pandemic. But many protesters and organizations want the budget to be cut by 50% and to have that money redirected to other community needs, according to the Seattle Times, Bayside institutional racism and police killings of black people. Serkin wants her staff to research by the end of the month. What cuts of 2030 and 50% would look like Dirk. Its current proposal includes, among other things, reducing overtime and restricting equipment purchases toe items essential to the city's Corona virus Response. Frank Lindsay Comeau knew now that the Seattle City Council has passed a major tax increase for large businesses, comas, Matt Markovich says some of the corporations who would have to pay it Thinking twice about having their headquarters in sea out. Amazon would pay the highest tax rates, but Amazon and many other companies have been letting their employees work from home. Amazon is not making a statement about the tax at this time. But the repercussions of its employees not showing up to the downtown in South Lake Union office towers is having a ripple effect on businesses that support those employees. Now, Merlino food supplies restaurants those employees go to dine and its manager wonders if Amazon and other companies keep people at home. What incentive to large companies have Eat them based in Seattle, where they'd have to pay the tax. Nobody is working downtown or in south like you, and then it looks like it works. Why would you have an office in downtown when you can set your letterhead up in Bellevue or somewhere else and have your people still work from home? Honestly,.

Amazon Seattle Seattle Times Seattle City Council Seattle Police Department David Ger Jenny Durkan Frank Lindsay Comeau attorney Bellevue Carleen Johnson City Council Matt Markovich California Dirk South Lake Union Serkin
"union office" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"union office" Discussed on KOMO

"You regain their lives. Talk to us. Is it? Karen dot orc slash grandview. Stay connected. Stay informed the Northwest's only 24 hour news station Co. Moh news 1000 FM, 97 7 Now that the Seattle City Council has passed the largest tax increase in history was Matt Market reports on whether large businesses are thinking twice about having their headquarters in Seattle. The council's central staff estimates are 733 businesses in Seattle are most likely going to have to pay this. Jump start Seattle tax at the council passed, but that estimate was based on payroll data from 2019. It's all pre Cove it in. Some businesses are having a tough go at it right now, the way the taxes structured. Amazon with its 53,000 Seattle based employees would pay the highest tax rates since it's payrolls over $1 billion that qualifies it for the highest tax rate. But Amazon and many other companies Have been letting their employees work from home. Amazon is not making a statement about the tax at this time, but the repercussions of its employees not showing up to the downtown in South Lake Union office towers. Is having a ripple effect on businesses that support those employees. Now, Merlino food supplies restaurants those employees go to dine and its manager wonders if Amazon and other companies keep people at home outside of Seattle. What incentive do large companies have to keep them based in Seattle, where they'd have to pay the tax? Clearly? Nobody's working downtown or in south like you, and then it looks like it works. Why? Why would you have an office in downtown when you can set your your Letterhead up in Bellevue or somewhere else and have your people still work from home? It makes no sense I honestly I think they just, you know, signed the death warrant for downtown and here's something interesting. We went into Amazons Proxy statement the financials they need to file with the Security Exchange Commission. Four of their five top executives have the annual salary over $150,000 attacks is based on a personal salary, not total compensation. The threshold of pain attacks is $150,000. If people made over 400,000 the tax will be much higher. But CEO Jeff Bezos is annual salary. It's just over $81,000 a year. So Amazon would not have to pay the payroll tax that Seattle just passed on Jeff Bezos. And, yes, Bezos is still the richest man in the world pricing out at $171 billion as bars across the state reopen or prepare to welcome back customers. Many of them are making changes for a safe but very different experience. Almost Brian Calvert has a closer look bars near Vancouver. Washington haven't been open long. And now there's word. 18 people at one bar have tested positive for covert 19. Among them is Army veteran Tony Reyes. You know, they said, we're gonna have to move you into I c u.

Seattle Amazon Jeff Bezos Seattle City Council pre Cove Matt Market Bellevue Washington Tony Reyes Security Exchange Commission South Lake Union CEO Army Brian Calvert Vancouver
Why Trinity Audio is sticking with mechanical voices over human

Inside VOICE

01:51 min | 2 years ago

Why Trinity Audio is sticking with mechanical voices over human

"Do you think that For Your company I was utilizing in your stuff on your website. That right now you have a lot of you know where it's kind of voice coming from like a computer sounding voice. Do you think that you will eventually eventually US real human voices or voiceovers or what kind of your thought or that going in the future. Great question and I contemplate about a lot I I think no first of all I think. No Ano- explain why when I started this journey about two and a half years ago the quality of text to speech solution and was nowhere near where we are today any just getting approved on a quarterly basis new releases new features. It is based on a I in no so we as we say union office we feed the machine with Roy Moore dead. I need getting improving. Will it be like human voice. Well no probably not but I think it's already good enough. It's only GonNa get better and I think that's another thing that is growing as well. The parallel channel Uman are interacting with machine on a daily basis more and more so the human years starting to be more tolerant from Canada. Voices so I flew the fast. I wouldn't say to Mitt Buddy to get definitely get close enough that the majority of the people will have tolerance. I gotta get used to end. They don't think about all that mechanical for me that would be fine and that stuck again about the benefits that they have communicating any kind the content. You want who you will have a using not there's advantages to both sides like you said there's the I is getting smarter. It's faster but then you've got the other side for maybe a specific skill. You want a real human being because it's going to give a different brand voice. I think there's benefits

United States Roy Moore Canada
"union office" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"union office" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"In Pittsburgh and he had the vin number one barber chair and what I don't member anymore the fanciest hotel in Pittsburgh I never saw him in all the years I knew him I never saw him not dressed in a three piece suit I'll be the William Penn hotel room that the billion pound thank you Charles so I knew you so so there was this young guy who was in the barber's union and this young guy was having a trouble deciding whether or not he was going to be a barber or he was going to be a singer and so one day my uncle earnest all the men to the barber's union office sat in done there okay we're going to decide today whether you are going to be a barber in which case I'm not going to keep paying your dues you're back to your going to pay up and get it over to a barber chair in town somewhere or you're going to decide to be a singer then in that case I'll give you the train fare to go out to California and see if you can make a do you want to guess who that person was yes is yeah but let's see if George king okay who's the individual sh did he ended up going to LA right and the other thing is good about me telling the story now is you're hearing a lot of his Christmas music because the thing is though stations like SiriusXM that have several Christmas rotation station you're hearing a lot of the older singers like Rosemary Clooney and Bing Crosby and with the one I won't tell you now we have two guests this George give me a give me more give me some clues.

Pittsburgh Charles California LA SiriusXM Rosemary Clooney Bing Crosby William Penn hotel George king
"union office" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"union office" Discussed on KOMO

"Team in the pac twelve in the last ten years Stanford let's let's not forget that our guys don't forget that I mean they know when they placed ever was coming their way our coverage starts at two thirty with a seven thirty kickoff dogs favored by sixteen cougar off this week. playoffs National League division series yesterday St Louis edges Atlanta seven six and the Dodgers blank to Washington six nothing those theories continue today with game two in each series in the opener for the American League division series with Tampa Bay at Houston the Yankees host Minnesota sports attentive forty pass each our time out on the whole the Huskies Colin who's one of the understatement from last night's game one who was when coach Carroll said afterwards that they were glad we stuck with Chris cars yeah that proved a very very through the last couple weeks use rush for over a hundred yards in each of those games and fumbles that little bobble felt by way more than like a minute. hello Tuesday may twelfth gorgeous couple minutes away from a another como traffic updates been a rough morning out there will tell you more about that Google's south lake union office complex officially opened yesterday it features five new buildings that soon will house thousands of employees commas gate Colin says one of the buildings his work crane collapsed earlier this year and killed four people four people died in that collapse include Serra wall on the iron workers injury odor and Travis Corbett and Allen just at both governor Jay Inslee as well as Google's team taking time to recognize that ask you to the round of applause to think.

south lake union office Minnesota Yankees American League Jay Inslee Allen Travis Corbett Serra wall Colin Stanford Google Chris cars Carroll Houston Tampa Bay Washington Dodgers Atlanta hundred yards ten years
Raiders' Antonio Brown Loses Helmet Grievance

Rick and Bubba Show

05:15 min | 2 years ago

Raiders' Antonio Brown Loses Helmet Grievance

"Yeah the next most noted story is about the writers and a B. he yesterday it's me brown Antonio brown yeah lost his grievance with the NFL over wearing his old helmet the Oakland Raiders receiver should return to the team's training camp soon he's also been dealing with the frostbitten feet we've heard about that into cryotherapy mishap in France last month he has not been with the writers since being limited in practice and leaving early on July thirtieth now he took to social media yesterday to address the decision he says while I disagree with the arbitrator's decision I'm working on getting back to full health and looking forward to read joining my teammates on the field I'm excited about this season appreciate all the concerns about my feet you know this is kind of surprising looking at looking at some of it and first of all I can't yet I mean I watched the first episode of hard knocks and I think it was the first ever so which everyone was on you too thank you and so it's like they they references cryotherapy problem but they never tell you how it happened yeah yeah yeah some mystery illness and maybe in part two there's nobody want us the now what happened I mean it's obviously was frostbitten which means he didn't have his free covered probably I can figure that out but I wish I would so much a woman into an amp yeah I was in France yeah I I'm you know it they never put socks owner I don't have the first ever so they just said he had given everybody knowledge it was Carl that is a major cause of the yeah a man in the second half so what should be a as it today one is I don't know I'm not sure but you're right I was talking to my my boys at the house and I'm like you know we're just talking it through and I'm like how in the world can somebody of his caliber that has probably had more trainers work on him in his career high death it was his first time now really unsupervised step in one of those without proper footwear on and I wish to discuss what does he have wanted is high what does he have one brother he did envy in France it was in France yeah he was on vacation and he he basically he had to get in there without foot protection right but whoever owned it they just don't they monitor who's getting in and out I messed up Antonio brown's fate in my I mean is somebody I could make out well for them or maybe had a friend over there this together Omar yeah you got it something like that but I was from I would just tell us and the the other thing here that doesn't make sense this complaint about the helmet deal this was doing to begin with the arbitrator went with the league only S. which is the way they're supposed to have like a dollar safety and yeah you want me but the players union was one warning site for guards genetec their heads and you know you had rule changes you had money dished out and you had equipment changes so I mean really this is Caroline you know the players union office and hate a brief look we're the ones pushing for the US but yeah we're your representative so well I was look I I know you you change in that stuff you may not be happy the way it feels or whatever but surely there's some version of the helmet and work yeah well this is what's don't understand me surprising I guess it's you it's just a different time and get coaches I grin I guess have adjusted when you look at how Gruden handle this he really was very very understanding didn't make a fuss about it you know and I'm looking here it in and and look I think he's playing soccer well that's what I'm I was at the point I was making I think he's because you look at so they they trade for a third and fifth round pick in March from from the Pittsburgh Steelers and then fifty million dollars million contract to two now he he was gonna retire if you would allow the words Hellman and he said the that he he argued the helmet as you said made him feel safe and and he said that he had gotten a legal yet and he thought that helmet work what was supposed to and he just felt more comfortable in it and Joe said he didn't like the way the new helmet protruding thought it you know hampered his vision now think about it fifty point one two five male you for you you spin on this player he has participated in one pre practice walk through on July twenty eight and he he was limited on July thirtieth the writers have practiced eleven times in one exhibition game and they have had nothing but one walk through with one one minor practice with bright fifty million and and we're not getting a lot of we've we've got about a practice and a half out of and the greeting says he's supporting a base and he has a strong feeling about what he what he wears only say it we're supporting you and then he said we also understand the league's position as well and we're in a tough spot we hope Antonio will be here soon he's excited to be around I'm excited you know we got place form we will start calling the place and I'm paraphrasing that button so you know the coaches you you rarely see them go against the player unless it's just something that's very cancers to the internal team operations they always let some by higher at the bad guy if you'll notice that that's

NFL Antonio Brown Oakland Raiders Fifty Million Dollars
"union office" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"union office" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Star name. That's the name Genesis. Pa-. Guerra. They went to the fast food restaurant, April. Second, they asked for free fries at the drive thru now that three fries. Free fries at the drive through quite Intuit arrest report obtained by w TV j what an employee refused. The free fries, the two women allegedly parked, and then walked into the restaurant peguero hopped over the counter with her hands in her pockets claimed she had a pistol demanded the manager, give them all the money in the register when the identified female manager, tried to call the cops pa- guero Pudge the woman in the face. Police say Bagley then joined in helping peguero assault. The manager hitter there. Now kicker there. Now pusher there. That's right. This one's from more. All right. The pair allegedly whole. Wow. The pair tore registers and monitor's off the Burger King counter before driving away from the restaurant, an SUV. Guero is still on the run. How much you wanna bet? They left without the French fry. Of course they do. Got halfway down the street and went. Got the front. Yes. But guero is still on the run but Bagley was booked in a Tuesday book Tuesday after the victims managed identifier. That's the one that's the one what did it now, listen? I wanna give shout outs here. Okay. I wanna give a shout out here. It's important. Shoutout. I'm impressed. If you were able to vault the counter. Of the Burger King with your hands in your pockets. You got leg strength. I mean you've got buns of steel leg star you're doing that thing that Suzanne Somers thing with the master where you're squeezing because, but did you across the room? And that is crazy strength. You are like you're like a human bullfrog. You can just leap up onto the I want that skill psychos guys who can jump up onto counters. No wonder why not why Natasha Ethel Bagley hanging out with Genesis guero. She can leap onto counters. You know, you're going to go try to rob Burger King. You're gonna pick the wrong Burger King in the wrong neighborhood, and I promise you the night is going to grab you. And have you Bob for fries in the fryer? These wonderful ladies don't work at like cheetahs. Right. Don't think they work. I think this is their work. I think it's yoga me free fries or I turned into a human tornado. No. Because I got my little near we gotta have elsewhere. This was of particular interest to John John Ingles local Crips street gang has taken a major step towards carrying on nipsy hustles work in the south LA community filing documents show the LA, Crips corporation. Put the L A Crips corporation or business has filed for a trademark for the slain rapper slogan. The marathon continues. Yeah. According to the filing the slogan will be used in services geared toward gang prevention and community building. Hustle was affiliated with the Crips from his days growing up in south LA that location also mentions a documentary titled the marathon continues that is slated to be released this summer. So apparently, the Crips are gonna trademark nipsy hustles slogan to eight and gang prevention work. Meanwhile, the bloods are no doubt gearing up the blood mobile for their annual donation. The blood mobile, I know. No good. Continuing our tour of criminality. Don't go out with this guy, Sacramento, California charred, shoes, and mangled window panes remained outside northern California home on Wednesday after a man. Allegedly set fire to several propane tanks in his house during a dispute with his roommate. Nice. Police say thirty seven year old Sean VERA Mondays got into an argument with his roommate and had threatened to set the elk grove house on fire. He retreated to the room closed his door and the smoke was an indication that the police that people inside the residents felt that a fire may have started. So the smoke was coming from the bedroom, and immediately, they said, I think a fire may have started that sounds like this smells like a fire to me. The roommate's parents told KT XL, the arguments started when their son confronted. Vera Mondays about his belongings going missing. He happened to be a better work canvasser. His belongings went missing Vermont as apparently stole. Told the suspect he needed to move out. That's when they say VERA, Montes locked himself in the bedroom lit propane canisters on fire and jumped out the window before they exploded. Or officers arrived quickly in the area established a perimeter with the assistance of an air unit. We did locate the suspect shortly after the charge shoes, and the smell of propane. No doubt. We're dead giveaways. They caught up with VERA as near the famous intersection of El Oro plaza. An emerald park drive. They were forced to put an elementary school on lockdown. Police arrested him on charges of attempted homicide, arson and criminal threats. Why would anybody want to burn down a house at a neighbor Jerry roads, why put everybody in danger, though, for a simple fight neighbors were left hope, in Vermont, as did not come back to their quiet street. We don't need that kind of crap in our neighborhood. We got a whole other kind of crap that we got in this neighborhood. Eight hundred seven sixty K FM, eight hundred seven sixty five three six two. Your tour to the underbelly of humanity Brentwood, whatever show. Eight hundred seven sixty KFI AM, seven sixty talking breaking news. Jim Sharpe vets got real headlines. Now, what's up? Well, I'll try to come up with some headlines. But you took all the good ones. Cal fire units have spent the afternoon in the east county. Working three small brush fires. The fire broke out along highway ninety four zero one fire charge up to fifteen acres before firefighters stopped, the forward rate of spread a stretch of the rural highways, still closed at this hour. No homes are in the area twenty year old man accused of killing a teenager in Linda vista last. Week was ordered held without bail after making his first court appearance, today, Andy funk song, Cam pled, not guilty to shooting, a sixteen year old Carlos Valdo vino outside of his home on Kelly street. A suspect in a robbery at a south bay credit union office is recovering in the hospital tonight, after a crash during his getaway the suspect held up to California coast credit union. Branch on east h street in Chula vista. Just before two he led police on a short pursuit before crashing into another vehicle and needing first responders to extract him from his car. You're never more than fifteen minutes away from the top stories of the day on the breadwinner, bull show. AM seven sixty talk and breaking news. AM seven sixty talk and breaking news. Dream seven sixty traffic a hazard reported five freeway, northbound your harbor, a couple of large trash cans on the right side of the freeway in traffic lanes patrol responding now possible. Traffic break to watch out for here five northbound your harbor. This report is sponsored by truecar looking to buy a car with true price from truecar you can know the exact price you'll pay for the car, you want and see what other people paid for to.

Natasha Ethel Bagley Guero California LA Vermont bloods rob Burger King Burger King L A Crips Guerra Pa Chula vista Suzanne Somers truecar Sean VERA assault Linda vista El Oro plaza Sacramento
"union office" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

10:52 min | 3 years ago

"union office" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The president as he gives the state of the union having to stand up and clap when he says something great or instead humiliate herself on camera by remaining sitting sour-faced, right? So she's she's putting yourself in a lose lose. And I don't think she wants that. And. State of the union is dumb. Anyway. We were on FOX and friends this morning. The only frustrating thing about being on FOX friends, you have four minutes, and they did three topics. So what did you talk real fast? Six six words. Let me tell you about the. Next time, forty seconds, a topic go pretty quick, but the main topic was voter fraud in California because the Democratic Congress DC passed a law it'll never pass in the Senate. But again, this is proof. Why we at least need to have a split congress. Right. That's good and healthy for our Republic. Democrats had both. But this law if it were to pass a future Senate would make voting day holiday. I could hear that out. Hear that. Yeah. I'm not anti that another day off. Sure. Yeah. That's right. I don't think it will increase voting turnout. What I oughta know in fact, probably lower. Let's get hammered the night before. Every government policy every government policy. Does the opposite of what's supposed to right? I'd be three day weekend. So I'm downtown. Yeah. We'll take take Monday off because it'd be on a Tuesday. Right. Okay. Again, fewer people will be in town devote anyway. Yeah. Yeah. So that's one. But whatever I don't care about that either way. What I do have a problem with his automatic, registration, automatic voter-registration felons. They would be allowed to vote. And this is what happened in Florida. They voted for that this last election and would expand voting by mail. So the Wall Street Journal the other day, Ronn editorial that basically what they want. What we've done in California last couple elections. They want to do nationwide. The Democrats want to do nationwide. So that's why they had to explain what's been happening in California these last few years, so it's a three step process of voter fraud in California, the first one that we're moving quickly towards is automatic registration. So what they want is everyone above the age of eighteen to be registered to vote. You're just you're registered. That's it. You don't have to register you you'd have to you'd actually have to opt out of being registered about to be flipped around in California. That's what they want to removing towards in California. We already have pre registration. We have automatic pre-registration for sixteen and seventeen year olds about that. So they're sixteen seventeen year olds who are red pre registered to vote right now. What's that about like, what why don't you just wait till they're eighteen to registered about why do it when they're sixteen because the Democrats want sixteen year olds to claim membership to the Democratic Party when they're young and dumb and not paying taxes and grab them when they're young. This. Why sixteen why not Preregister when your wealth? Right. Get you can do your voter registration and choose your gender. There should be like a day when you're I dunno five. Yeah. Five years old and you fill out. You know, a few things. Kidney donor. Oregon dot org. Not clear party preference gender. And I'm sure by then we'll come up with a few more age maybe to make it. So that's the first thing. Automatic registration. The second thing that's been happening in California. And that they want to move even further with is all slash only mail ballots mail in ballots. So imagine just those first two things imagine a couple of weeks before election day every mailbox in California is chock full about every mailbox to a home that has anyone in over the eighteen or maybe three or four people over the age of eighteen full ballots. Because everyone automatically gets a ballot in the mail. All it takes is someone to walk down the street. And I believe what I said a FOX friends this morning was yoink yoink Inc. And take all the ballots from boxes and fill out themselves and most people don't care. What's what's voter turnout? Now, thirty five percents somebody that in California sixty five percent of people. They don't they've never voted. They don't care to vote. They don't what. Ballot. I don't. So they're not gonna care someone stole it directly to call the registrar of voters got it received my ballot today. I don't care and even still they'd just fixed that one vote. Well, the guy who does sure. Yeah. Okay. Hugo book, cancel the other ones. We stole another fifty people on your street. So so that's a problem. Now that wouldn't be a problem if. The law was the way it's always been until two years ago where you go to the you fill out your mail in ballot. And you have to hand in your ballot. Say hey, Mike Slater. Here's Mike Slater's ballot. So the law used to be in California, you could only hand in your ballot or anyone else who lived in your house. So I can hey, hey, Mike Slater. Here's my ballot. Here's my wife's ballot. Two years ago. Jerry Brown signed a law that says anyone could drop off anyone's mail in ballot. And also you can drop off as many ballots as you want. So this is where the ballot harvesting thing comes in where people are harvesting hundreds of ballots. This shocked to the the polling location with the precinct with a carload full of ballots, and they can be harvested any number of ways, they could be stolen like I just talked about people can knock on doors, and they can say very nicely. Oh, hey. Hi. How are you on Bubba Bubba? Do you need any help with your ballot? Filling out your ballot today could be very nice process like that. They could knock on doors, especially if everyone gets a ballot, and they don't really care. They can knock on the door and say, hey, crews have you about. And people were like. Here. They can manipulate people at nursing homes and just oh, we'll talk. We'll take your ballot for you. Well, you know, what we'll fill it out for you. It's fine watches handed over and that's just go to the polling station with hundreds and hundreds of south also could be they could flip it. All right. So you can knock on a door and pretend to be from the other party and then throw the ballot away. All right. So let's this could go both ways not not being partisan here. This could go actually to be fair. Let me flip it around a Republican could knock on Democrats door and say, hi, I'm Charlie Smith. I'm from the Democratic Party here in San Diego. Are you interested in voting? Oh, you already filled out your about wonderful. You know, what I'll take it for you, you Tuesday's a holiday you go down to the beach who do you you to you under the balance for you? I'll take care of it for you. Don't you worry? And it turns out I'm actually a Republican and you for the democrat probably so I'm gonna rip up your ballot. And that's the end of that. So this is where we are. And where we're headed full steam ahead. It's only gonna get worse. So I believe conversely, two things I this is when you have three and a half minutes on national TV. You don't make this argument. But you don't have the right to vote. That's something people don't like to hear voting's, not a right? Voting is not enshrined in the constitution. There is no guaranteed right to vote. Now. I'm not saying we need to go back to only landowners. Are allowed to vote. I'm not saying I agree with miles that only men should be allowed to vote. I mean, I I can make that argument. Right. So I'm not going to agree with that. But I do believe that there should be a basic standard for voting, and it should be you need to register yourself. And you need to show up to the polls on election day. That's not asking too much and be a citizen. Of course, you'd think that would go without saying, but here in California, my brain was just like, oh and also be a citizen. I had to say that because. I think you need to go to the polls. Here's why matters running for office is going to be a very different process moving forward. Running for office used to be vote for me. Here's what I stand for. I'd love your vote. Now, it's which candidate can hire the most people to swipe ballots from mailboxes nursing homes. I don't like that. That's not. That's not really our works. Right. The left. Always does this. This is what democracy looks like they're chanting. This is not it is now a democracy democracy used to be one person one vote. Now, it's one ballot one vote to the difference. It used to be one person one vote now it's becoming one ballot one vote. The left is disconnecting ballots from people around the left is disconnecting people from their ballots. So that ballot is not connected to an individual person's vote. The person had their about stolen or swindled from them. And now that ballot represents someone else. And that's very different. Oh, and you can also another way to get balanced if you register people to vote, and if you have big voter registration thing. Moist like a voter registration the fair or something you can fill out the form to a different address. There's businesses all over the state businesses that have a hundred people registered to vote from the business. There's empty lots that have hundreds of people registered to vote you have to register your home address, you can't register a business or anything else. But you have to fill out your voter registration form at some event, or whatever, and they just mail it to the union office. So is that one person one vote or is that one ballot one vote? One eight hundred seven.

California FOX Democratic Party Mike Slater president Senate Wall Street Journal Democratic Congress DC Florida Jerry Brown Bubba Bubba yoink yoink Inc Oregon Hugo Ronn Charlie Smith union office
"union office" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"union office" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Right. All right. Shuts them up. All right, Aubrey this one is for you. One of my favorites from bread, ladies and gentlemen, I'm gonna guess seventy two seventy three. David gates and bread and all was her name. That was a good song though. But it's a Downer today. I'm saying, but do you? Remember that song? I do remember it. Yeah. You're not a big fan. Are you? You know, it wasn't on my play list back in the you know, I was more T Rex deeper bowl. And you Brad wasn't on the planet, but Brentwood. Not that platter. Bread was good though. They were David gays. David gates. That's a good question. I'll have to check and see David gay here. I'm sure he lives here in the show is going. Yeah. Right here. You. So and so yes, what a great voice he had the hump Hamill. He really did Brad fan. Who is always a bread appreciator? Okay. That was awesome. I like that one of my favorite songs that nobody knows is got was it. Let your love go. Let you go. That's the that's the. Beverly Beverly Bubba. The Bellamy brothers. Now, this is you gotta let your love go. I think if you can find that. Let your love go buy bread. It was a Little Rock in tune Brian. You'll love it a little better than. Little butter on your bread. Ed. You're up next in the film Ellen show. What's up? Thank you for taking my call. Thank you, sir. I've got I've got a question aren't federal employees union members. Yes, they are. Well, as I recall when unions go on strike union people on strike would just take their mortgage Bill down to the union office and say, hey, this is still and they would get a check to debate their mortgage. Yeah. Why not now? I think a lot of this crying is about people that don't wanna hear, you know, what the rest of us know about the fact that they're not suffering as much as they're telling us. They are. I think that's a darn good point. They're probably they're probably getting they're probably getting more than we think they are. And I would hope from the union. We got the song..

David gates Brad Beverly Beverly Bubba Aubrey Brentwood Ellen Brian