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"vard" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Gas leak has closed the Vard street at twenty thirty north Davis is your alternate have a collision album Providence road just before Fairview road and to the west on Brookshire Boulevard near I. four eighty five you know if you give a man a Bojangles fish filet sandwich with tartar sauce on the menu you still be a happy man old yes he will I mean if you feed him for a day but if you teach a man that he can get two of them for just five Bucks you can feed yourself there you go those are your players it's Bo time rumor by Kenneth WBT traffic Charlotte at six he doesn't I just get so hungry six fourteen here at Charlotte at six how often do you meet somebody who just absolutely loves their job well don't look around this building but I want to introduce you to somebody that does Madison Levine I love what I do I love helping people and what she does is help people hear better it is her passion Madison starts with a free ninety minute consultation yes I said free carefully analyzing your specific hearing problem then she finds just the right device from all the hearing aids on the market and she told me that they just have tears of joy in her office every day my husband I'll tell them I cried three times today because they're emotional about the connections they're making an emotional about going to help them it's a very impactful thing to help somebody here better this if you've got a hearing issue you will love Madison Levine one of the areas few board certified hearing aid specialist really the best in town at solving problems that can rob view of life losing your hearing call.
Stonewall uprising veterans still astounded 50 years after making history
"Violent demonstrations by the gay community against a police raid at the stonewall in New York's Greenwich Village led to the modern gay rights movement tonight as part of news hours coverage of the fiftieth anniversary of stonewall over the next several days where sharing a report from story core, as a conversation between John ban, barred and Jerry NATO both military veterans who served in World War Two and Vietnam respectively at the time. John one hundred and Jerry seventy seventy-two sat down in the veteran's home, where they live to reflect on their twenty five years together story. Core records meaningful conversations across the country that are preserved in an archive at the library of congress. This is an animation of their conversation. Hello. My name is Jerry nadeau on with John ban Vard. And I was born in Brooklyn, New York. No, no, no, no. You gotta say your name and everything. Hello, mind. Name is my name is John vanguard. One hundred years of eight when I first met, you, John. You're seventy five years old. What would have been like if you didn't meet me, I would have continued. Lovely. I been absolutely August. When we met, we were sort of in the closet. I never had a real relationship. Now we've been together almost twenty five years. And when we moved into the veteran's home, we moved in together. And a lot of people are wondering, I wonder what their relationship is, well, when we got married, they knew what our relationship was expecting. We'd be ridiculed and those very little that we got married at the veteran's home. And we said, if you came to see the bride, you're out of luck, do you remember that, of course it was very informal. He was done simply yet, we served hot dogs, which is hard waiting food. Remember, John, I was with you in a cafeteria, and somebody came up, and they were with their family, and they said, oh, this is Gerard nadeau. And this is his husband. John, I never heard that before that was very much. You've made my life complete. I could say the same thing to you. You think probably as happy, again to people, you're likely to
"vard" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"He also a tax their mattress Thirty-seven-year-old Felipe bay or Quinto is charged with false imprisonment possession of drug paraphernalia. They say he was acting radically accused the woman of cheating on him with a man who was inside the mattress. Which is why he started just meth riddled fighting the mattress, I'm not saying that anybody's guilty. But it certainly looks like perhaps something was going on. Yeah. It was all the matches fault. He stabbed the mattress with a bedpost then ripped it apart with his hands. Then he locked the bedroom. Door and refused to let the woman leave hence, the false imprisonment charges and last but not least and this week in Florida. A forty six year old Titusville man with a very amazing name was arrested Thursday on allegations of using a hidden camera to record women showering in his home Jonathan moist was arrested on felony charge. Johnny voyeurism of someone at least nineteen years old. According to. Vard county sheriff's moisture niece and her friend who were house sitting for moist. The hidden camera in November I've seen hidden cameras. Like these before it's one that looks like a charging bug. That's what he's using this guy. That's the picture that I saw unless it was like a stock photo EP on click, Orlando dot com. The Nissan victim removed. The device took it to the girl's mother lives in cocoa. They plugged it in and got the SD card out and observe several videos of people in moist bathroom, including some in the shower. That's it for this.
Vard County discussed on PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman
"Break ins, the Vard county sheriff's office says gas station skimmers have become hi tech, much more sophisticated smaller and harder to detect and they attached gas pumps and seconds, which makes it easier to steal credit card information from unsuspecting victims bravado detective say they find one or two
"vard" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer
"And then fast forward a couple more years, and you've got the likes of sterling and rash Vard's shooting in the door with glowing the door clause that was sick Nike always has some fan frigging tastic advertisements. So I don't know if that's real because I like, I don't know if someone can physically. Or if the laws of physics could fucking allow that to happen. But like you said if one person in the world could do that. It's either the F to freestyle guys who are definitely worth a follow or Ronaldinho because that's shit. That man is the magic man. Holy crap. I I don't care if it's real freight kept. I just want to watch it. I wanna see I wanna be ignorant if it's fake. I don't care. I don't wanna know. I wanna pretend it's real. I just wanna think there's a little mystery left in the world. And for me, you know, that's just one of those things like did Ronald Ronaldinho new head off the crossbar or not. I don't have to know. And I don't want to know. So just since it's his birthday, we never really talked about Ronaldinho. But I think he has to be in the top five when you're fucked up late at night with your boys looking up YouTube videos of like chemo of of like highlight, videos and skills that have like twenty million ten million views, I think runoff Denia has to be in least top. Three. I think for me. It's always run out Dino probably on read since I'm an arsenal fan, and then probably messy, but then like current Rinaldo Sadan. I mean, the list goes on. But who would you say like you're fucked up at night. And you're like I want to watch him sick. As highlights I think Ronaldinho has to be in my top three. I I do too. And I know who my top five are because unfortunately for me, it seems like every time on fucked up and get back to my house. I turn on the TV. And I force whoever I'm with to watch soccer highlights. And usually, and I know we did that like every single weekend and our friends hockey in Haiti dude, like get like, no, no, no. You gotta see Burt camps turn here against Newcastle. Right. Except except Dom did encourage us to do that. And he would only choose Brazilians to put on. But my top five. I I'm gonna throw in a low weird ones because I'm quirky like that. I'm kinky like that. And denied knowing or just I'm swinger. I'm a swing a baby Dino number one just because watching that man play soccer. It's watching pure fun. And nothing can be Dino's ability with the ball number two on this is gonna come as prize. Ricardo could call. He was moved. Yeah. He was my first player that I vibe with and truly fucking fell in love with the style of his game. So I always put on cacao look at that. Defence splitting passes that outrages runs that he used to do when he was on AC Milan..
"vard" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Harris Bank. Another sluggish start. On Wall Street. The Dow was down fifty five to twenty five thousand six hundred ninety the NASDAQ is down fifteen to seven thousand seven thirteen and the s&p five hundred is down three to two thousand eight twenty. I'm Kirk darling on the level on the go and on Twitter at ninety three WIBC and WNYC dot com. Nine thirty three back to the chicks. You're back with the chicks. I have to tell you what a listen Milano tweeted. No what? There's video of Mike Pence meeting Irish prime Minister, Leo Vard, Vard car. I hope I'm saying, right? Who's gay and and his boyfriend? Yeah. And so a list Milano tweets out the video and says, please enjoy Irish prime Minister, Leo varadkar, bringing his boyfriend to meet Mike Pence as if it's going to be like, my pants look. So like he hates the game. He's beaming shaking hands with everybody. Yeah. Why why why wouldn't he why wouldn't he be? Diese person. Yeah. No problems is was he supposed to be doing that the narrative on the left is he should be what like throwing things at them, skirling obscenities or like throwing them off a building. Yeah. That's right. That's right. He's he doesn't do that. I mean seriously. He's not gonna do that a listen Milano. She's also doing this thing now where instead of writing out the word Trump. She uses an abstract for the U. What does she prints now? He's going to be a simple is that like a new way to disrespect someone. I am not going to get into a listen Milano tiny little brain so irritating, not enough room for me guy. Get over your tedious woman. All right. Let's talk about because rob is chomping at the bit to talk about Georgia and Kellyanne well and.
"vard" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"Don't Bhadra Vard, Bob reward and great Scott exclamation point. Okay. These folks are in our be as p database. Our on our map, which means they checked in on one of our chats. And we're having a hard time fund these guys so what we're going to do on Friday night. If we do not find either one of these guys between now and Friday night. We'd have another drawing on our chat this coming Friday night. Well, you guys better get hump it on this. All right. Because this is getting to be embarrassing. What the hell Phil? What I'm, you know, first of all the things happening at Santa Anita, and Arcadia, and I'm drawn names of people in Shanghai, China and a guy in Pennsylvania. What did they great Scott guy from we don't know we're trying to find information the guy? So we may have another infect I'm pretty sure we'll do another drawing this coming Friday night flow. You're gonna have somebody from the look let me tell you something man, there's gonna be a couple of ESP's in that luxury suite or I'll know the reason why. What does that him? So don't just to say in this one of the things that when no one knows the reason why so that'll happen on Friday night UBS peas out there be watching and listening to the chat the Friday night. Check coming up Friday night here on the world famous Phil Hendrie show website, and like that their man. That's that's pretty weird. Great scott. Yeah. Grades him. And if you're listening, great, Scott, if you just didn't for whatever reason, we didn't get to you couldn't find you. Or we got something wrong. I'll bet you. I got money that says the the username was entered. I think probably the wrong way or something that could be. Yeah. So anyway, as the as the saying goes, that's where it's at coming up tonight. Stephen Basell is gonna join us. There was a story that he was he was referencing. You know, this guy George Conway that he's the husband of Kellyanne Conway. Yeah. This cat is married to Kellyanne Conway who's a main spokesperson for Donald Trump. Yeah. She's like the V main spokesperson. Yeah. These he's he's begging on Trump and everything this guy, George Conway. I guess there's a liberal or something or a democrat. Maybe not now George Conway's a Republican, but he's definitely a non Trumper whenever they call those. They call them never Trumpers. This guy seems like he's more than a never-trumper. I mean, he's like a diametrically opposed to Trump. And so Steve Bozell is going to be calling because Bozell along with you general. Well, I know that bozos a Trump supporter I voted for Trump, and I would say the off and on I support him. All right. So you're gonna come on and weigh in on that because he's. He finds that troubling given the fact that he his wife purchased some kind of a bookcase at a consignment store. He doesn't like it..
"vard" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Got KABC seven ninety. You're listening to a nation divided. I am Brian down in studio with producer, Jim oats. And we're talking about best incarceration and we're talking about private prisons and the proliferation of private prisons which occurred beginning in one thousand nine hundred eighty and it still exists to this day. There's a word for it. It's it's kind of a term Vard among attorneys, but it is called and I quote, the prison industrial complex. That's what it's called the prison industrial complex, and what it refers to is something that I'm going to talk to you about now, which may come as a shock to somebody. But not only do these private prisons for profit house individuals. But there's another aspect of what happens in these private prisons, the individuals work, and they work in jobs that are orchestrated and set up by the corporation that is the private prison. Now, a recent study said that in terms of prison labour individuals that are actually working and again, we're talking about nonviolent offense. Anders some of which are overflow some of which are placed there because they were just placed directly there. But a recent study said that the wages for the jobs that that inmates will work range between twelve cents forty cents an hour, and you may have grown up thinking that prisoners make license plates. Well, they do what you probably didn't know is that these corporations also employ prisoners to work for WalMart. Nordstrom lowing, Texas, Instruments Victoria's Secret AT and T British Petroleum Starbucks. Microsoft Nike Honda. Macy's and sprint whole foods. Now, you wouldn't really think that politically correct whole foods? Mcdonalds absolutely goes on. So what we have is a situation where the concept of prison labor has become mainstream. And when you talk about the wages. It's not hard to see how these corporations are turning. So. How much money around because it's not like you have a choice whether or not to go to work when you're in prison, and I can tell you something I run a small business. I am ploy fifteen people and every two weeks whether I have the money or not I have to make payroll, but it's not just the payroll. What really hurts you as a small business owner is the insurance insurance the workers compensation in chats that health insurance for my game liability insurance. Oh, and then there's all those other payroll taxes, and all those other things none of which exist if you are in a prison get worker's compensation. You don't have to worry about health insurance. And all of these things make it so incredibly cost efficient that it's not hard to understand how this came up. So when we think about all of these things, we see all of this money is being made we have to look into. Terms of why? Now, we were talking about this earlier is it right now. Wait a minute. First of all, I I do a lot of criminal law, and I can tell you that it's not like slave labor, such as the chattel slavery that our country saw in the fourteen hundreds fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen hundreds it wasn't like like that. These guys don't mind doing this. In fact, if you really understand the concept of doing time the scene that when a guy's head the most is wasted time. That's the thing that is the most suffering. The most stressful is that I'm doing nothing. So if given the chance all of these guys would rather work, but the question is if you're gonna work doesn't a simple concept of fairness means that you should be compensated, or if someone else's taking advantage of your work shouldn't they at least break off a little bit of the profits from your labor. Okay. You gotta think about this. There's a public and private component. A man gets arrested by the LAPD. He gets sentenced in a municipal court by judge and then he's working for WalMart for twelve cents an hour for private corporate. That's making money off of them. Come on, tell me something just tell me, tell me something is this, right? Well, you know, one of the things that's interesting about the way they do. This prisons is that they've got this whole pay scale concept thing going on, you know, it's kinda like maybe being in the military, right? You got your grades pay right? Know if you're out there in the world, you work in a job, you get paid whatever the market's going to bare in off. There's people do that job. They're going to pay a little bit more until they get the people. We talked about that recently and a show when we were talking about immigration, and we're talking about labor in the United States. So when you're in prison, you're a captive audience. They have a grade scale and they start out at twelve cents an hour. And then you can March your way up the grade scale. Doing the work. They're not robots. Warehousing people, and they're doing jobs that only humans can do. For instance, the thing with WalMart. What are they doing for WalMart were there peeling bar codes off of little pieces of of of items that were in the stores that are then going to get sold to some third party? So they gotta take the WalMart barcodes off. We can't there's no machine that can do that. They've got to have people to do this job. And once again, folks, if you weren't if you had not tuned in or if you just tuned in when we began the hour, we were talking about the fact that all of these private corporations started around the early eighties at the same time, all of these draconian drug acts were put into place that caused such mass incarceration all of these acts that causes our prison population to go from half a million to over two million over the course of a couple of decades, they all seem to be happening at the same time that these private prisons were beginning to become large publicly traded companies. And so when we. Lawyers talk about the concept of the prison industrial complex. You have to understand that there's economic component to it. And the proliferation of private prison has happened at the same rate and with the same incidence as all of these war on drugs, the laws that have resulted in such inequitable sentencing, the three-strikes acts all of these things seem to happen right at around the same time. And now like I said, we incarcerate more individuals in this country than any other country. Will you have to be careful because the chicken before the before the chicken rate, the very first private jail in the United States of America ever was in Tennessee, nineteen Eighty-four we talked about that earlier. Why was that a Tennessee judge actually said you can't send anymore people to our prisons overcrowded? They're overcrowded. Why is it overcrowded because you've got so many non violent drug offenders? I got these incredible census. So then you got someone who comes up with maybe potentially a good idea. Some private guy starts a company. Good point. And he builds his to try to meet this requirement. But then it gets ahead of itself. Maybe right because now all of a sudden, you realize, hey, this isn't just doing a public service. This is good business when you are incentivizing the warehousing humans. There's a profit motive, and you're gonna see the profit motive may take precedence over the actual the law and the concept of traditional fairness, and as I was saying last week, you know, when you have all these judges that are so frustrated because they have absolutely or again, that's changed now. But doing all of these years that this was happening. They had no discretion in sentencing. They couldn't say that you should get less. The law forced forced them to sentence. Individuals to a certain minimum. And I think we were talking over you did some research on some other types of corruption that have happened as a result of this. Well, we talked about corruption a few weeks ago on one of the shows, and we said that corruption was people in positions of power using their position to make money, and they're usually doing that by making money off of the rest of us. Right. They're using their position to get money. And they're going to change stuff around. It ends up costing us more money in the end is tax payers. Have you found any instances of this? So, you know, just as an example, there was a scandal that was called kids for. Cash the kids for cash scandal. Oh, yeah. About that's actually a documentary. There's ever documentaries are written on it. But you know, basically, it was two judges and Pennsylvania guy name Michael Conan and another Judge Mark rela and these two guys on hand is a very judge sounding. Conan and these guys were longtime Jag. These guys weren't fly by night guys. These guys have been doing it a long time. I mean, these are people that they took the oath and they're supposed to uphold the law, and they're supposed to be the fair guys right there judges. They're not just an average ordinary attorney or anyone else in the street. Well, they took over a million dollars between the two of them from a company in Pennsylvania that had started juvenile detention centers and. Yeah. It's okay. You got a private company that starts to juvenile detention eight and they wind up paying the judge over over a mill. Yeah, they paid them off over a period of time for a series of things that they did what started out as these guys basically needing to drive the juvenile captured kids to these detention centers and they had existing county facilities. So if you've got the existing county facility, and it's not full, you know, you're going to send the kids their first rate. So the judges I between the two of these guys actually wrote some kind of order that said shut those county facilities down and start using the private the judges get paid by the corporation running the private facility. The judge is an order shutting down the public facility. That's not paying going to Florida to use the guys private condo. And there's all kinds of stuff going on too. But I mean, there's they've they prove these payments because they were they were found guilty. You know, both these guys receive time and then on top of that the judges receive time dolls. All my I I do. Yeah. The guy c of Hurrell received twenty eight years, I get that he gets to go to one of the private. I wonder if you went to CCA. And then the other guy and he received over seventeen years, and there were other people to Justice served Justice was served. But the point is it cost us money on other point is why would this be happening? If there wasn't some form of a profit motive involved in locking people up. It's the police supposed to lock you up. Well, it's such just the money that it costs us, but it's the cost to society. She got kids that are being sent to these detention centers because they like said something bad about an assistant. My space right as book you. So would you take this kid who's like maybe just a typical kid in school? He's making fun of his assistant principal he gets to go to the detention center now gets to learn how to who knows what make money by breaking into soda pop machines or doing things he never knew how to do before you basically created a criminal, right? There is a report is a woman that son committed suicide when he was putting detention center, and what we're talking about is these private prisons, the prison industrial complex in other words, and when we get back, we're gonna talk about some of the ups and downs of this particular society within a society, and why it is so dangerously on the upswing at our present time because it's no longer just inmates. Remember, we haven't immigration problem where do all of those people stay. We'll be right back. You're listening to a nation divided. We are KABC seven ninety talk radio. James hilts is running the show. I am Brian. Hello. Dolly is a joy from start to finish declares an indisputable must see raise the New York Times rolling. Stone says Hello dollies musical comedy dream. It is in a word perfection proclaims time out and NPR calls. It the best show of the year..
"vard" Discussed on The Filmcast
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"vard" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Zero t r u k s in d we've got some well it's friday that means we get our da the week nominees this was not actually on brain dead list but nature sent me the story kind of fresh out of the box this week yep posting things on facebook threatening a mass shooting not the smartest thing to do which right now has one florida man in jail afford a man arrested tuesday after reportedly threatening to commit a mass shooting at walt disneyworld he was in a facebook chat group according to the vard county sheriff's office year old derek idol of cocoa florida posted in the group sane five likes and i'll go shoot up disney and hang myself so threatening mass shooting and suicide all we know is detectives with the sheriff's office say this particular facebook group had more than eight hundred members who were all able to view the post two of those members apparently reported reported the statement to these according to channel six in orlando they did not release the name of the facebook group but apparently in an interview with investigator she later confessed to typing the threat on this foam while he was at work yeah chapman the facebook group while he's at work so look at the mug shot and quite honestly he just has that look of the kind of guy that might have been serious all right silver bullet doing well happy friday walking fighting you talk to you for a while this to.
"vard" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"They concluded the tsa officers had failed to detect mock threats eighty percent of the time in minneapolis and undercover team smuggled weapons and mock bombs past screeners ninety five percent of the time now that is preposterously comically incompetent and they're writing watchlist some people who don't want their groins polled i mean what happens at the screening checkpoints it's mostly political theater hoping to deter anyone that wants to come to the airport with a bomb or a weapon that's what they do but dad these studies reveal that they've managed to get them passed in their testing the terrorists read the papers they were lucky that they haven't been successful in really an all these years at least in this country of getting on board with well i mean all of bin laden's crowd is either dead or gotten old now yeah they're the these this new wave terrorists are isis guys and they're just running around the desert trying to kill their own people mostly we're looking at it editorial by a writer by the name of jimbo vard who apparently writes books one is called last rights and other ones called attention deficit democracy so he's not a fan of the tsa which he makes very clear in this story and he says the tsa is a long history of intimidation in oh two they created a system of fines to penalize travelers with bad attitudes charging up to fifteen hundred dollars for any alleged non physical interference that just means your mouth off nonphysical mean yeah you start an argument you started an argument starting argument but eventually they backed off on the fines they did right because there was no there was no way to quantify exactly what's too much resistance yeah because i know people get very verbal at these checkpoints and get very upset over the whole stupidity of the whole thing they'll go after people who speak publicly against the tsa the former head of the.
"vard" Discussed on WTMA
"Eight terrorist attack by a troglodyte from hell in belgium today belgium shooting man kills two police officers and passerby in liege belgium gunman has killed two police officers and a passerby before being shot dead in the center of the belgian city of liege public broadcaster rtbf has said la libra bell jake newspaper quoted police are saying the gunman shouted allahu akbar that is god is greatest they'd like to point out in arabic and had taken a woman hostage at some point in the attack national anti terrorist crisis center which interior minister jan yum bone said was monitoring the situation said terrorism could not be excluded as a motive what since he shooting people and yelling lock bar got colombo on the job over here regular regular inspector clue so figuring that out let's say he's running around shooting people in belgium yelling vard did he have a long beard was he wearing a phob you have a scimitar was he on horseback is be other clues i guess you might look for i'm good to go with the yelling allahu akbar while shooting everybody that's a couple of indicators the democrats and the media but i repeat myself attacking ivanka trump for posting a picture of herself loving her little baby you're listening to them chris plante show.
Pentagon sees 10 percent increase in sexual assault reports
"It may have been a random assault she is fifty to someone may have sexually assaulted her definitely beat her so badly she's in critical but stable condition the victim was found at eight thirty in the morning outside a building on seventysecond road near cassino bullet vard meanwhile people like troy you're wondering what this says about their neighborhood but it never happened before that and it's getting close to home i don't know this name was changed police don't have a suspect detectives were out here for much of the day looking for clues and trying to find out of the attacker was captured on a video camera roger stern ten ten wins in q gardens hills wins news time twelve twenty four and explosive charge now against iran the white house now examining evidence that iran's nuclear weapons program was bigger than an admitted before it signed that twenty nuclear deal with the international community that accusation coming today from the leader of israel prime minister netanyahu unveiled shelves filled with files and cds that he claimed contained fractions of the archives of iran's secret nuclear weapons program the project that was a comprehensive program to design build and test nuclear weapons netanyahu didn't explain how israel obtain the material but he did say it shows that iran is in violation of the nuclear deal it signed with the international community because it lied about its past iran denied the existence of a coordinated program he said it was up to president trump to do the right thing iran's foreign minister said it was propaganda and called out netanyahu constantly crying wolf steve kastenbaum pretend ten wins wins news time twelve twenty four and alarming increase in sexual assaults in the military reported yesterday in an annual report from the pentagon but that doesn't mean violence is actually on the rise correspondent andy field explains three years the pentagon said many servicemembers feared punishment if they reported on duty sexual assaults new rules protecting victims encourage more to come forward that's why the pentagon thinks there was a ten percent jump in more servicemembers reporting assaults last year the pentagon saying more than six eighty percent of those reports results in disciplining the attacker the marine corps saw the largest increase in reports of sexual assaults among the.
"vard" Discussed on WRLR 98.3 FM
"The the hard part is the fact that you know your your goaltender hasn't been there all this year you know he got injured they really didn't get into that jail crawford's banal at this whole time now there's been some talk coming out in the papers this past week is it time to move away from q at time to let him go and maybe get some changes around the blackhawks and i know it's the media making that push and i know it is because i've known the media for many years and i used to think the same way back in the nineties with all the managers at the cubs head at that time and every single time something good work out they kind of push the manager out so in this case is this happening to blackhawks too i mean he's got three stanley cups under his belt he's done so much for chicago is it really time to make this move no no no no no if they do that it is the stupidest mood in chicago coaching history and i mean it they saw something in coach coined bill when they realized dennis vard wasn't the right guy and they found a winner he wasn't a famous guy among casual hockey fans look what he's doing and you're going to tell me this man doesn't deserve to build up the blackhawks again with a couple of star still left no way via take a three time stanley approach and kick him out after one season like this he deserves every shot and he'll be a winner when he goes somewhere else that is nuts nuts file we should even talk about that and i'm really sorry people were bringing it up take this season flush it down the toilet and let him he has to work for the second time second time in franchise history and you know what this is in sometimes in hockey player start to tune out to coach i don't think this is a case on the hawks tuning out quibble when i think of the citizens is a team that does not have who wanna tell anton it this is.
"vard" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I start with my name and all that stuff okay we'll see how it works hello my name is jerry in the dole on with john ban vard and i was born in brooklyn new york no no no no yes gotta say your name and everything hello my name is hello my name is john vans are i am one hundred years of age when i first met you john you're seventy five years old what would have been like if you didn't meet may i winners continued jim being a long way i've been absolutely lost when we met we were sort of in a closet them and i never had a real relationship now we've been together almost twentyfive years and when we moved into the veterans home we moved in together and a lot of people were wondering i wonder what their relationship is well when we got married they knew what our relationship was i was expecting weekly ridiculed and those very low of that we got married at the veterans home and we said if you came to see the bride you're out of luck you remember that yes and of course it was very informal neighbors then simply yet we served hot dogs his hardly waiting food remember john i was with you in a cafetaria and somebody came up and they were with their family and they say oh this is girardin a dull an this is his has been john i never heard that before yeah that was very nice you've made my life complete i could say the same thing to you i think we're proudly as happy together is any to meet with your life hitting me well thank you guys you've made our day a lot better that's 100yearold john van vard with his husband seventy two year old jerry nato at story hor emma mesa california they were married in 2013 their conversation will be archive at the american folklife center at the library of congress and you can hear.
"vard" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I start with my name and all that stuff okay we'll see how it works hello my name is jerian the dough on with john ban vard and i was born in brooklyn new york no no no no yes got to say your name and everything hello my name is hello my name is john banned art i am one hundred years of age when i first met you john you're seventy five years old what would have been like if you didn't make me i would've continued you being a long day i been absolutely lost one we met we were sort of in a closet them and i never had a real relationship now we've been together almost twenty five years and when we moved into the veterans home we moved in together and a lot of people were wondering i wonder what their relationship is well when we got married they knew what our relationship was i was expecting weekly ridiculed and those very low that we got married at the veterans home and we said if you came to see the bride you're out of luck you remember that yes and of course it was very informal it was done simply yet we served hot dog cbs which has hardly waiting food remember john i was with you in a cafetaria and somebody came up and they were with their family and they say oh this is gerard nidal an this is his has been john i never heard that before yeah that was very nice you've made my life complete i could say the same thing to you i think we're leave as happy together is age to meet will your line hitting me well thank you guys you have made our day a lot better that's 100yearold john van vard with his husband seventy two year old during a though it story for inland mesa california they were married in 2013 their conversation will be archived at the american folklife center at the.
"vard" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Now she's the corner vard joined the us army at the railway station of i'll came with ice invasion of iraq began all kinds train station has seen many battles past the invasion of iraq the fight against on friday and two months ago each so one of the finalists tons of the militants who call themselves islamic state these serena station laws an american base used mack in two thousand eight to fight alqaida fighters it now stands competency devastated after twice recently worn over from ice militants they were driven out of europe we did prime minister declaring victory v have you had mater kapasa but months later this station which seats on the border with syria is not at peace major richard due to an is from the us army the threat is still very real from isis in the past ten days ervin attacks almost daily uh attacking the border checkpoints destroying iraqi tanks humvees others been many casualties coalition forces are now basing our kind helping the iraqi army defence against rican our oil attacks from across the border they gave us exclusive access to their operations covering one of the most challenging points of the country can assist wholesome is to come on the officer very round alcom and the border in the western phrase river valor is a it's a complicated mosaic of indifference rods different law enforcement and security organizations the most publicly or the iranianbacked popular mobilization units they are mainly she of pointers and they helping key point think oh yes.
"vard" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Now she's the corner vard joined the us army at the railway station of i'll came with ice invasion of iraq began all kinds train station has seen many battles past the invasion of iraq the fight against on friday and two months ago each so one of the finalists tons of the militants who call themselves islamic state these serena station laws an american base used mack in two thousand eight to fight alqaida fighters it now stands competency devastated after twice recently worn over from ice militants they were driven out of europe we did prime minister declaring victory v have you had mater kapasa but months later this station which seats on the border with syria is not at peace major richard due to is from the us army the threat is still very real from isis in the past ten days ervin attacks almost daily uh attacking the border checkpoints destroying iraqi tanks humvees others been many casualties coalition forces are now basing our kind helping the iraqi army defence against rican our oil attacks from across the border they gave us exclusive access to their operations covering one of the most challenging points of the country can assist wholesome is to come on the officer very round alcom and the border in the western phrase river valor is a it's a complicated mosaic of indifference rods different law enforcement and security organizations the most publicly or the iranianbacked popular mobilization units they are mainly she of pointers and they helping key point think oh yes.
"vard" Discussed on Freedom 970
"Now here's carl jebson burke through russian triple vard and we are going to talk about carl's comments but not now catherine's got a question via catherine on gas when are you there hello it's okay we've got the gordon gordon are either yeah i okay he's got a question about tax law so this paul no i'm i'm i got a statement to make i know uh everybody's talking about all the money we're going to say but then also maybe we should talk about things that we're gonna lose like our deduction for a solar and electric cars we're not gonna that's the future this country we're going to lose a charitable did actions uh we're in lose athletic the lead to action forbids as people i guess i mean i i hope you guys would discuss also on the other end of the board uh what will you gonna lose well that's a that's a very good point and down uh i guess my might take on this whole tax bill is uh you know just start from the topic internationally the us is at a severe did advantage in corporate tax structure and basically we have with this tax bill where leveling the playing field internationally so i think that is a good thing in so doing they have plugged a number of corporate deduction such as entertainment and as you noted included in that is the box tickets skype seats for university season tickets that type of a thing people it you know or taken deductions for something they may or may not have already given give to their university i think this tax bill also his plug a number of special interest loopholes solar credit all of those types of things you know that's up for political debate do we subsidize that in a special industry or do we just level the playing field and let those who want to invest in those things take the risk as opposed to having the federal government subsidize those so i think that's a it's a good you bring that point up and those are some things to talk about um i liked the bill because it seems to me to levelled even on the individual basis it seems to level the federal taxevasion and get rid of across the country no matter if you're a blueher a red state you're now pan.
"vard" Discussed on USA Today
"You know you know started to do a doubletake of who your with you know it's ridiculous yeah yeah and i mean i've gotten to meet so many people who admire um i mean we've played in san francisco a few months ago and mark eitzel came out as a online mark i mean that he's like the king of the universe to me and you know he was aware of my work and he came out and wanted to be supportive his own yeah and so there is still desperately like is this real life moments and now that you know we've achieved everything we want to achieve vard's suddenly were financially secure and there's no risk involved in this life because it's all it's all risk but being able to have relationships with people who've blazed the trail before and and sort of get the nod like hey you know you might not be good yet but you might end up being good that's that means a lot did you um so group did you growing up did you groping to musical family musical home at all lebanese ago yeah my parents had records that i that i leaned on an an and discovered in they changed me for sure to piano lessons in who's in the choir i mean my dad's james taylor records were probably sort of the first thing that i had like a visceral emotional connection to and then going through those liner notes in player they you know who is on the session oh what else did they play discovered the eagle's okay cool would have what happens oh jackson browne o k o neil young oh my oh then would deal van morrison joni mitchell alike that whole thing like that that was kind of where i had my awakening in and that kind of started triggering my resonant frequencies and realizing that there's an opportunity with this strange form of stories scored with music in they wouldn't instruments are nontraditional insrance or whatever they that there's a deep dark magic there and there's a craft to it but then there's also just magic to it that we still don't understand and just but this is the kind of starting to dig in the in the dirt of that form thank you very much two and we to sing on being donald steamy she zip rates queen sure one.