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"wienand" Discussed on Podcast Italiano

Podcast Italiano

04:28 min | 2 months ago

"wienand" Discussed on Podcast Italiano

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"wienand" Discussed on Girls Gone WOD Podcast

Girls Gone WOD Podcast

03:23 min | 2 months ago

"wienand" Discussed on Girls Gone WOD Podcast

"I mean in every day goes through this which is like oh let me let me just tell you my favorite for a snack and apple and a handful of almonds italian those handful of almonds if the handful so there's big problems with posting what you eat in a day. Why do you think it's a big problem. Oh there's a lot of problems we can just whole whole episode of the day pos. One is that you don't know the whole picture. You don't know one. I mean that could be all. She's leaving that could also not be all sheeting. that could be what. She only eats one week out of three months. Because she's doing more fasted week which there are that would be a whole another discussion but say that's all she did and the other day she. Does you know more. She eats more. Who knows it. Jackson-lee can show. I mean to me. It chose a lot of people's disordered eating. And then i think people say well. That person looks great. She sounds great. she's healthy. She looks part so now. I want to do it as well so i think that's the part is one. Is that like. There's no filter saying this. I have a disorder relationship with food. I have an eating disorder. It's just here's what i eat day. Here's what i look like people then say. Oh if i do this. And i get to connect the dot. I'm going to look like that. Yeah so people think and then the other side of is is you don't know what else is going on. I had a client once told me that she had a cross coach. Who was doing that. Like what eight a day and she was doing it more from land. Look how much eat. And she was mic. And so not the not my client the And so that's also a problem right people like you don't know what's going on behind the scenes and i don't wish bad things to anyone who are posting as i hope to god that we hope that there's no eating disorders but the problem. Look the problem like obviously we would hope that. Obviously we don't want harm on anybody with any of this but what it is harm four for the audience. We have no context. You have no context other than plate of frigging food and a completely different body type than yours and also it sets this weird standard or implies that we should all be doing this and we're also different and so speak to really quickly like speak to your experience of how rod the spectrum is of how different people people's meal plans are when you're working with them. How broad how brought now. It's so i can't even tell you if any no what. I just thought so. We started solids with connor six and a half month old and zanu that photo of him with like all of his food everywhere the best and it's like classic that's like i'm just gonna put it everywhere. Everywhere is so messy at but he's loving like what i loved so much about it. Is you recognize how intuitive humans are from the get-go and when you're looking into the baby led wienand fast pediatric dietitians. All this. like how much to feed them. there is no answer at all. Even i'm nursery. She's amazing yes no answer for that either. And that's what's crazy is unlike like i'm learning so much through him which i think is so cool and i'm just like i offer him food breakfast lunch and dinner. I offer him the breast five to six times per day..

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"wienand" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"wienand" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"We must stop treating our opponents as our enemy. We are not enemies. We are Americans. So there you go. There's emerging order four years of being called a Nazi, and everything else under the sun is now being replaced with come by on a drum circle. There you go. Here's a doughnut. Shut up! No in your place. And we'll go about our business that is No. Absolutely not. It's it's um, put it politely. No, no, Joe not going to be interested in that. I don't have any desire to unify with somebody who did that. Specially when you refuse to acknowledge the day you know what we've been We've been calling Republicans Nazis, actually, since a two least 2000 and one with Bush, Hitler, Bush Hitler the one word Bush Hitler. Sorry, I don't I don't want to be your friend. That Zim Paul, We don't need to be your friends. I want to talk a little bit about something that was pretty shocking, pretty amazing. That it was published at all. And then, of course, it became unpublished because that's how this works. Once you straight If you dare stray from the liberal narrative on anything, you're bound to be silenced, But if it is on Cove, it Well, boy. Howdy. It is just not going to be a good day for you. And I'm talking about something that was published, oddly enough in the pages of the newsletter and Johns Hopkins University. It was a story about one of their professors. That had taken a look at the data and found something curious. In the data related to covert 19. That is well, it deserves a closer look, in fact, that Woz the headline of the article. A closer look at us deaths due to covert 19 you say Okay, Now, how is scrutiny? Bad scrutiny isn't bad. Hurt me is a good thing. But if that scrutiny comes at the expense of the liberal narrative that it must be shut down, they wrote. According to new data. The U. S currently ranks first. In total over 19 cases, new cases per day and deaths. Genevieve Re and B. R a ND assistant program director at the Applied Economics Master's degree program at Hopkins. Critically analyzed the effect of Copan 19 on US deaths Using data from the Centers for Disease Control in her weapon are titled Covered. 19 Deaths Look at the U. S data. No points there for creativity in the naming From mid March to mid September. US. Total deaths reached 1.7 million, of which 200,000 or 12% of total deaths are covert related. Instead of looking directly at covert 19 deaths Bring Breen Add grenade Wienand focus on total deaths per age group and per cause of death in the U. S. And used this information to shed light. The effects of covert 19. It's very interesting okay after receiving data On the CDC website. Brand compiled a graph representing percentages of total deaths per age category from early February 2 early September, including the period Before covert 19 was detected in the U. S. And after infection rates soared surprisingly, The deaths of older people stayed the same before and after covert 19 since covered 19 mainly affects the elderly experts expected an increase in the percentage of deaths in the older age group. However, this increase is not seen from the CDC data. In fact, the percentages of deaths among all age groups remain relatively the same. They went in there thinking Let that thing out there read that last sentence again. In fact, percentages of deaths among all age groups remain relatively the same. Quote, and this is Professor Genevieve brand. Well, the reason we have higher numbers of reported covered 19 deaths among older individuals and younger individuals is simply because every day in the U. S older individuals die in higher numbers than younger individuals. Grand also noted that 50,000 to 70,000 deaths are seen both before and after covert 19 indicating that the number of deaths was normal. Long before covert 19 emerged. Therefore, according to Bree, and not only has covered 19 Had no effect on the percentage of deaths of older Americans, but it also not has not increased the total. Number of deaths. This comes as a shock to many people. How is the data lie so far from our person? How is it that they'd allies so far from our perception to answer that question, Bran shifted her focus to the deaths per causes ranging From 2014 to 2020. There is a sudden increase in deaths, too. There's a sudden increase of deaths. 2020 Duke over 19. This is no surprise because covered 19 emerged in 2020 analysis of deaths per cause in 2018 revealed that the pattern of seasonal increase in the total number of deaths Is a result in the rise of deaths by all causes with the top three being heart disease, respiratory disease, influenza and pneumonia. When brand looked at the 2020 data during that seasonal period, covert 19 related deaths exceeded the deaths from heart disease. This was highly unusual, since heart disease always prevailed as the leading cause of death, however, when taking a closer look at the death numbers. She noticed something strange as Brean compared the numbers of deaths per cause. During that period in 2022 2018. She noticed that instead of the expected drastic increase across all causes There was a significant decrease in deaths due to heart disease even more surprising this sudden decline and death is observed in all other causes. So the cause of death have changed. There are fewer causes of death listed as pneumonia as heart disease has everything that normally sadly claims American lives. That Shift corresponds almost directly to the increase of the new Over deaths. Weird how that works, so the total number of deaths hasn't really gone up. According to this Now, this as you might.

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"wienand" Discussed on PUT IT IN THE AIR PODCAST

PUT IT IN THE AIR PODCAST

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"wienand" Discussed on PUT IT IN THE AIR PODCAST

"Wienand gagging zhou joe now but that was a scenario. Or what have you got a lot of feedback on it. Like i said he gets some people may feel crazy saying toby certain things and i respect you know what i'm say they came. I think under the cloak of with tony was talking about and all the women say what you said we tonight. You're saying i was like i respect. I get it because most of the women are territory. You know what i'm saying but let me but also how you handled that my man is also going to dictate that dow my issue with the handling is. Is it like for me. I look at it like adding to see. I'm going to be handled fussy or i'm not being handled correctly. I'm like the energy part of music. Yo yo because. I need to feel like he never got a chance to see how he was going to be handled because he'd left before anything could be resolved because of his scenario right like you would never came. But that wasn't the scenario you would have just like after you did texan call. They didn't pick up. You would allow. That's not what he said. Okay so straight up and you got now. Monique and toxic. Stephanie showed up on the scene. Right you're manager okay. Some money can taxes for ready to fight. You can't be doing on. That's why you stay. Let's be clear. Let's let's be one hundred percent honest if you text a man and you call a man and now you're on his way to this house y. Tex called he's grown he sees it on his phone now because the he was missing something very important for work..

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"wienand" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"wienand" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Of America Stadium and check in once again with Brandon Garden. Tony Boselli guys. All right. Thank you very much, Scott. And you're right. It has to taste a little sweet for Atlanta Tonight. We mentioned the stat Tony. But in the final five minutes of the fourth quarter coming into this game, Atlanta had allowed 66 points 20 more than anyone else in the league, but they get the game clinching interception. Well, it looked like for a second. With Miss Fields extra Point by cool and then all of a sudden no 13 18 they go Stop long past deejay. Maurine, the out going go Here they go. Give the Falcons credit because as a player, you know what's in the back of their mind. Like, Oh, my. Are you kidding me? We're gonna go through this whole thing again. We're gonna blow 1/4 quarter lead, and they came up big. Nice pass rush by Dante Fowler forced the hold. Bridgewater Movement in the park a little bit. He throws it up anyway. Wilson comes over the interception and they get the win. In these situations as bad as it is in Atlanta. Right now, you have an interim coach washer, GM, your head coach and all the questions about who's gonna be back next year. What's the direction the franchise as a player? All you could do is just go figure out how to get away. Because that's the only thing that's gonna feel good right now. Can't think about the playoffs or any of that at 16 in just one game of the time going out there, figure out compete and get a W and they did that tonight. All right. It's time for Tony Vasily to select the Geico drive of the game. It's going to be the drive that Falcons took it there up. Up two points in the game. It's closed 1917 and they take it and they get the ball really controlled. The clock on the ground could play action past 11 plays 75 yards. 6 58 off the clock, and then they got a point lead off the Todd Gurley three yard run now. They missed the extra point. So there was still the Panthers are still in the game. But that was a really important Dr. And even the next drive when they got the ball and they got it out of the shadow of their end zone. They didn't get any points, but they took a lot of time off the clock so that often showed up at the end of the game and Nice job. That's the drive of the game sponsored by Geico. It's Geico Wienand Geico. Spellbinding savings could lower how much you pay for your car insurance, get a quote today and see just how much you could say visit Geico dot com. To learn more all told Atlanta 401 yards of offense, Carolina 300 for as Matt Ryan. Leads the Atlanta Falcons to a victory here on the road in Carolina to get to two and six and the Panthers dropped to three and by And now let's select the Navy Federal Credit Union defender of the game, Tony Go Deon Jones because he was all over the place. He had six tackles a sack. It even more that how many times we call his name? Harassing Teddy Bridgewater. They blitz Bridgewater all night beyond Jones was by the main man to.

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"wienand" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"wienand" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"You think of the debate last night? And which way are you voting and why? 1 800 to 83101.5 for 18, New Jersey Fast track. Delays continue on the turnpike south bound in the car and the truck lanes between exits 12 and 10 because of a bunch of accidents. They are mostly in the truck lanes. There is one in the car lanes, though south bound after exit 11 eastbound 80 remains closed after Exit four in Knowlton because of an accident investigation traffic sponsored by Geico. It's Geico Wienand Geico. Spellbinding savings could lower how much you pay for car insurance, get a quote today and see just how much you could save. Visit Geico dot com. Slow traffic on the parkway south bound at the Essex Tolls because of a stalled vehicle. North bound delays from 1 43, c upto 1, 47 and West bound to weigh the still slow approaching Exit six with that construction, leaving New Jersey 10 minutes at the George Washington Bridge. 5 to 10 at the Lincoln Tunnel, about the same at the Holland Tunnel from one and nine. Adam Walski New Jersey traffic North. Till my ready jersey traffic self on big old happy Jim Allen South bound to 95 Weeks of 32 down two exit 26 from some earlier issues, and it's a little tough for you at 1 30 it both ways of round del ran and said, Um, incident in both ways, Woodland. Two callings would especially on the North bound side, and 73 is pretty tough right now around the moral scenario westbound and actually eastbound as well. Marlton Parkway answer to route 70 and also by the turnpike in 32 to 95, that's on 73. And it's still pretty tough. Adi's found 3 22 to 95 through to the turnpike and again at 45 a molehill traffic every 15 minutes. Next report for 33, New Jersey You want a 1.5? And you want to take advantage of low interest rates and find a bigger home. A lot of people are thinking about this right now robbed. I can ski of re Max. First advantage is here to make that happen. Sean and.

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"wienand" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"wienand" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Have never been able to move fast enough nor been ill to get my wallet Adema pocket. A big enough way to go chase those in in the rate of change by the time Berry went developed some really neat product. It'd be Guinot two generations old and so we provide that underlying data analyst always gas who have that cool sexy software fighted out and it just like we feed the day. So. Our stuff is in in most cases just raw dated. Twelve you in open wells and Willie's just hammered out in the trenches with their. Stuff but we're moving underlying data around. Really, powerful eat it all. So you've you located the company in Austin which I'm envious of I'd love you. Started something in Austin, and now Jeremy said it real fast gone by now you've you've suffered in an Tuck it. I'm beginning a pretty I. Mean we've already had Susan clad on here who had to go to Santa Barbara to go to go to work every once in a while. You've got the best of both worlds. You're Austin and Nantucket. Well. I'm very blessed I mean it. I don't think same big secret that we did that sale three years ago and One of the things that my wife. Loved coming up here and we've got four kids in their twenties and you know now it's It's just it's. It's a good families in A. Very fortunate to do it. It's it's silliness and. Knows how long that'll go? In grandkids and everything else changed the world but. It's fun. Yeah, you know they don't let me on Nantucket, they stick me Martha's vineyard with the rest of the poor people. Just. Can't. Certainly. Certainly. Never heard. Her. Man. I wanted to ask and. I had to do this. Do you ever see Bill Belichick? He's summer's on Nantucket. Yeah think I'm thinking he's probably Playing golf at a different place than the Muny apply up. Perhaps up question you mentioned Martha's Vineyard Jeremy and then Tuck it in my head from you know from Houston Texas and having been Martha's Vineyard. Once to me, they're the same place. Is there a fundamental difference wienand tech at Martha's vineyard? Zero. Point him asking me or are you asking Barry who has used their either one of you can answer it. Heightened Day..

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"wienand" Discussed on Streams of Income

Streams of Income

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"wienand" Discussed on Streams of Income

"I was really really fun. We have a resource team. So as you go through this, you're gonNA need to have lead magnets courses in all this stuff in. It's like, where do I even go? We have people had done is for us a how do I create an e book? How do I? Do How do I get it published on Katie pee on kindle direct publishing how do I make a look at how do I edit it you can do all that yourself or you can just use people that we've used and so you have access to our resource team and of course we have our own in our circle program which is just another layer below that and if you're inside like little mastermind group If you're inside the insiders group. You have an opportunity to join that it's close right now but we will open that at some point. So. That's the insiders group guys just a we for those of you that want to to move forward or ready to to take action ready to turn that thing that's inside idea that you know my gosh I know that now's the time to do this that I'm ready to. Take, that thing that I know about and turn it into an income. We'd love to help the Oh and we believe this group will do it and the way we teach too so easy. Not Expensive tools fancy software. Crazy. Polish videos. You can tell just by watching other we have on not everything is super polished but man, we're just real and you know it works and we You know like the course how to create a course in just a few days that that really resonated with folks that you know it doesn't have to be you know you spent hours and hours creating content and then hope it sells but. Actually Know Morrow is the last day for this. So it's a normally forty seven dollars a month to be in this group. Tomorrow, we've had a special running for a little while, but today's tomorrow's the last day to get in for the first thirty days for a Bach. Just tried out the feel like It's not for you. Hey, no pressure but luxury to join that come come alongside help us they want to help you it's building come streams dot com. And tomorrow night. The price goes back to forty seven dollars for the first move just still not bad. But we you know some of you need the need to check it out. And do a test drive and see if it's a fifty. Dollar coming in gives you access to everything we've done that's in there. It's not like you only get the little. You know the most recent thing or what we've done this month but all the training that we've done. We have gone through that master acronym we've gone through each one of those in dug deeper into what is the MP's what is the meet a need? What is the eighth? So. There's a lot of training in there and we also will be doing doing new training every month. So yeah, a dollar for thirty days even if you just come in for that totally worth it even if at the forty seven dollar price, it's totally worth it Just one of those courses in training in there would well pay for. Pay For it. So you guys might recognize We had a wonderful conversation with Dr, Mike Chula who's a physical therapist for dementia patients and he's Ryan already talked about him. He is implementing this and on fire on fire, and we learned something new that a little little fire underneath us about some things we can do as well. That's an amazing interview. It's actually in this group, but he he is a really good example of. He's taken this and he has built as a whole business model around you know this blueprint that we provide in that we teach. So use a great example you guys might recognize Stephen Hibbert from the Hibbert brothers, wingmen merger, Wienand University on what they're calling it right now. But Stephen and nate our brothers and They're always doing something cool and new but recently did a print on demand summit but there're model also is built around this this blueprint and all the different layers in the pieces in there as well. just some there's there's quite a few but just some success stories. Of people who have implemented these concepts. In this idea, this blueprint and really built a business around it is significant. So one of the show that is there an age limit? No. Maybe, on the lower end but. No no no. No, there's no age limit. Come on Angaz build your income streams, dot com. We'd love to see you in there. We have so much fun I. Don't. This is my fifth call today. So I'm a little beef maybe it's not maybe it's my fourth have one more later but goodness. Yeah. So we do. We have a lot of fun what you see what you get. This has been a little bit crazy as I've been trying to learn Cambe for present but you guys are amazing an amazingly patient but we do have fun in that group for Sharon and everyone's like minded and there's something about being with people who are positive and like minded heading towards the same goal you're not competing with each other but there's a lot of really good community in that. So would love to see when they're build your income streams dot com. If you go to that website and you scroll down a little bit there is a book that you can download as well. that kind of its if you prefer to read a little bit and get a little bit more it goes through the master acronym as well. So go take a peek and we'd love the in there so. Anything else we kind of went over. You take action. It's I. Mean it's what we want to help because if you. You have all this amazing message on your heart to share and you never. Do it. You're not helping anybody and something I've heard I will never forget somebody said There are somebody's waiting on the other side of your obedience. And that gift addicting that you have is four somebody else that knowledge that expertise is is yes for you to enjoy but you're supposed to share and you guys know it. You know that that I know that lot of you're like, yeah, I know I've been WANNA write a book for years. People need to write a book. Now's the time. And there has never been an easier time to do that. If you twenty years ago, it was a little harder the traditional route of publishing much much harder. Jenny is the master of self publishing can show you how very easily get a book published and get your message out there and start earning income from it. So guys now's the time get in there and let us help you do this and and change the world with a message that you have because your message does matter. Absolutely absolutely yeah we'd love to help you in that journey. So if you guys have any questions are anything, this will be available immediately for a replay in the facebook group If you're not in that free facebook group come on in, come on into the fit, the free facebook group there are some training there as well. Guys. If you're new to that group, go into the unit section and we've talked this was a new way for us to talk about this blueprints but there's a couple other webinars that are underneath the units that are training for. You know how to how to really dig into we dig into. More of discovering what you're what you're. You're passionate about what is it? You know what are your skill sets So do you want to dig into that a little bit more I will put together a worksheet and post not with these slides not with the sides but to go with this Webinar probably do that before the weekend and get that in here just seeing a top some actually no what I'm GonNa say no, I'm not going to do that what I'm GonNa do I just realized there is a worksheet already in the unit section of the free facebook group that goes with how to Monetize your passion, and that actually would be better than a worksheet that goes with this because it's deeper. So go to the units look at the worksheets there even just do that. You know enough from watching this Webinar. That's a good resource for you guys. So Okay. So guys the replays here and any questions comments.

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"wienand" Discussed on TrapCracker Radio Uncensored

TrapCracker Radio Uncensored

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"wienand" Discussed on TrapCracker Radio Uncensored

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"wienand" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal

Hollyweird Paranormal

09:41 min | 1 year ago

"wienand" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal

"He you know touched. Her degraded Inoue seen the handiwork of some pretty great people. A lot of nonprofit organization have been out there. You know trying to do a cost. That's also have you ever heard of any Feeders in the Midwest that are potentially haunted. I know that bryce definitely has one in particular that he's Tad a a huge experience where he saw a full body apparition when I share a little bit of that story again for our listeners. Just for Anthony were GONNA theater And unfortunately the director at the time had died days before we opened. And then you know we were all tired and so under the gun and I ended up a few days later. Actually seeing him In the main part of the theater but theater has been like a haunted and people have had many experiences from like doors opening and lights turning off and on and sound when no one's there and you know again there's so much energy that place it was obviously very jarring. And when I go you you can't be here But the place. It's like a I feel like all theaters are somewhat haunted anyway. But this one in particular everyone that I know that's ever worked there This is in Indiana. They all said like Oh. Yeah it's definitely Houghton. The theater I probably won't say it. Have you ever heard desiccated any haunted theaters? I Anthony No a coming close to though. I think Talking with Chris they I think they already did one before he during the team so I think that's a location that hopefully I'll get to jump in and investigate I know a lot of plenty of theaters are haunted that I went to on the trip in Michigan that Arbor. There's a local just a small little theater there. The I guess Built a native American ground that I found out later. Why I've seen lights flicker and things like that when I was going to see movies Just the feeling of uneasiness comfortable In the theater I've only worked in one theater in the Midwest And it was scarred you for life and it literally and I truly only minority in the small town like little brown girl going to work It was in Cold Water Michigan. Yeah let that sink in. I had no idea where that one the thank you to my friend Matthew Chandler's from Lansing But he he got me this job to work in this theater. Because he was hired to be the summer. It was a summer theater. It was the summer stock theater and he was hired to be the TV. They needed a costume designer So he brought me along and I'm like okay. I'll try the best here. We go and yeah. That was interesting to say the least but As you know it's one of your leg stories of people mysteriously fallen off catwalks and stuff or you know. They're trying to lift you up in the air during production show you know the rope snaps? Your safety lines snapped. It's such a common thing that I tend to see. You know along different types of theater. That's so weird. That's during that. Safety is always something that it had it kind of falls through the cracks in a lot of theaters especially in mill as well. We've seen that happen in the past and especially back then. You know the theater that I was working for. I mean it opened up. I think it was the late eighteen hundreds and it was because it was like on in in route on the way to like the bigger cities. It was in route to Chicago. And all these people who Would travel with their shows would always stop at this little bitter to do a show and Yeah they had a lot of stories in connection with the paranormal there of like shadow figures in the catwalk. You if you sit in the backstage steps of that led up to the dressing rooms like you would hear voices and whispers and things like that so Did I experienced anything? No I just experienced bratwurst. That were to dress. She'd Kurt Fried Cheese Kurds and whatnot and fear a whole bunch of beer. You drink a lot of beer in automation exactly but Yeah never had like Ed X. Paranormal experience there like working at that theatre in Michigan. No but it was a cute town. London ice people a lot of coal old wienand victorians that. I'm sure have a lot of stories. So yeah maybe when I retire and I was telling my husband and I would mind retiring to the mid west and just buying an old Queen Anne Victorian because it's pretty everywhere aren't quite cheap. I saw one was like a six bedroom. Three Bathrooms Pink Queen Anne Victorian in Indiana for two hundred. Thirty seven thousand dollars so insane that came with its own heritage house with the carriage. I was like can I go there? Can I move to thirty seven? Gets you five hundred and thirty five square feet Navia Bathroom? Maybe a bathroom here in Los Angeles where shore but yeah yeah you definitely the Midwest. As a lot of stories definitely very haunted definitely has a lot of great places and legends connected to it. Also someone also brought up the fact that I believe it's the what is it. The Mississippi River that Kinda cut from the Midwest and his way all the way down to the south is another factor that How the South? And they're legend Lord can be connected to the legends lors up in the Midwest as well so that's another thing offi spans so much of the country like the people that consider themselves part of the Mid West Such a wide swath of land. I guess to their such physically funny even hearing about like Minnesota and Michigan. That's such a different culture than like Ohio or Northern Kentucky. You're like any of those like border. States I kind of southern kind of midwestern. You kinda don't know onto so funny. Because even within this area that we all refer to as like Oh the Midwest. Everyone knows that of course the same with the south the same as anywhere. It's like yeah. They're still like subdivisions. Within that right yes like people in Louisiana have a lot of their teeth compared to people in Alabama just saying well thank you so much anthony her sitting down with us and talking about the haunted midwest absolute. And where can people find you? They want to reach out to you. Or if they WANNA follow you So My instagram would be my best way of communication That is paranormal underscore. Truth Or course you can reach out to me via the WW. Oh see ghosts and legends DOT COM website Under the about me section. My Bio will be there as well as my emails if anyone's got any great stories or they want to look me up for that. I'm all for yes definitely What is happening with? Oc Ghosts and legends before we close at is everything. Okay I know that we have you guys had some Tourists booked. Is there anything you want to communicate to our listeners? Who are also secrets and LEGENDS FOLLOWERS AND FANS? 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"wienand" Discussed on 5 Things With Angie B

5 Things With Angie B

09:21 min | 1 year ago

"wienand" Discussed on 5 Things With Angie B

"Just so much more gratitude or Are just have a new lease. Ernie Perspective on life has has that happened to you. I mean what what has changed the most for you since the accident. Good question I would food descendancy. Yes you we've seen things in a very different way And I think it's two way just felt during my time in those pizza I was I was studying getting conscience off. What happened to me? And then when I stopped having Kerstiens of I was like Whoa P- for what it's amazing that I am an I and I mean function which could move too much. Of course I was I was associated with. That was not like this happy or even catch Wienand on nothing my memories. That don't know eventually the vegetable so I had knicks trine gratitude and Yeah in compostion fall fall for although actually that I saw those because while I'm surfing sway and then time pass and things I am home and back to my life. Yeah you can what I can sit through to those off into myself as live is precious and live is very salting away and don't waste your time that's it you know. Sometimes WE WASTING TIME. Saul things out no reason to be waste and you know we never know like things happen in few seconds. It's not about seconds you can close trade and for some reason you get. Let's IT and your life can stop any members in in in in the second and when you realize that you really really be careful of what you can say what you can do how you can react and make us. I mean at least make me feel a little more conscience of things and try to Take Life more easy you know. Yeah for sure and of course compassion you know you see some compassion and things go they get very very very very lucky and this is This is amazing. I'm extremely grateful fraud because it could be very very rigid and it didn't happen so thank God Those are you know words of wisdom for sure and I always have conversations with people around this topic of not waiting for something to happen to you to really embrace life and to really live by those very same words. You just said in terms of Not taking life for granted and taking things easy and not wasting time on things that really don't matter at the end of the day because we don't know right we don't know what's going to happen through An hour from now or tomorrow and so living your life that way and not doing not after something has happened but really kind of being conscious of embracing that perspective. I think is is really powerful. I'm like no go ahead. No no please continue. I agree with you. It's it's something we need to study. You know every day. We are Rianne conflict with our own emotion. We control everything around us so saw. It's very easy to say. Oh you need you light evening but in reality it's not it's not you personally but but what is very important? It's basically end of the day in bed. Beginning of the amendments all south and say. Okay thank you greg. I think he's saying it's okay and I'm going to pray. And reese my age even better and that's it that's the way we should continue and and be nice almost and and try to keep the good which is good connection for me. I own buses. Yeah I love that. I think I think that's so so true especially times like right now with so much uncertainty around this virus that it's you know it's it's everyone is at home right right. So it gives you a lot of time to think about things and Now is really good time to be reflective and to take that moment for yourself to to check in with yourself into say. Count your blessings for for the day that you're having absolutely so I wanted to. I wanted I wanted to talk about You know kind of this. This idea of following your dreams and really pursuing what it is that you want to do and I love that you kind of started in in Music. Because a sports things didn't work out and then that gradually became your love. And you realize that this is what you wanted to do. There are a lot of people in our age group And even young and old that are not currently doing what it is that they really WANNA do right. And so what is your advice? What is your advice to somebody who might want to become a musician? Truly in their hearts they've they've always loved music but became an accountant or something. What is your advice for anyone who wants to start down this musical journey a very good question I would say frost is you have to count of what is a much culture will put on it between everything. Redo MISSISSIPPI and I'LL MISSISSIPPI walk. You have to study you have to practice. You have to spend time I am on it ends a time we asked to spend is very precious and it's very necessary so I would say it's it's how how of let me try to find like how can you come into yourself and know. How would you do to put yourself in a nestle to practice enough steady enough? He tried to to To be to be what you want to be and I think for for for music for example just oh I WANNA become an issue. Now is like okay? I've been practicing for colds and now want to be able to play from people and I want to see if people like what I do and it's somewhat Sherry is not just you know just okay I wanNA become right. Now and a lot of people sometimes they. They want to be like that. They don't get a chance for it but doing music for for leaving from people around. It's about what can we What can we share you? Know what can we Why in on expression can make defense the life also? That's a question many to go out and I truly believe and then after a passion does affection. We'll be able to be touched by Paul. Also and it's a lot of different way to see some people would say oh. I love to play music for my passion and I don't mean to make my living and degrade and judy food and someone can be in the concert line so I love to pay for his wife and there's going to be up here but what is not good if you say oh. I quickly gets out to become an ACA which means illustrious tenants that can continue because given as not proficient you can yon joy. I've been reading it. Some people would say okay. I want to become a musician and I decided to study music. In this case you you try to have the most knowledge of it to be able to pay restricted from us. Because we're all these full of competition and we have you know like every type of discipline to be So that we can be fall. Fall shows Solves a competition as well. But to to to be Leah. What I say is like I think we always should continue a passion when we started. And if your kid and you stop you then that's the parents all you all even have decided to steady type of Of things is a to become the console. Become a doctor or whatever. You should always keep south for your time for yourself and fail. I say no one. Eight shoes older than I shouldn't have quick just to continue to play our day and just to keep my passion and Sushi's great then. They met a lot of very good musician. Row Doctor also always up proficient in down the provisioning but Zell living decision because it keeps playing every day and so I think it's it's we can devos. I love that. That's so so good and I agree with you. It's if if it was easy to pursue your dreams. I think everyone would be pursuing their dreams right. I think it's hard because life and other things happen. But it's like you said if you can really.

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"wienand" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"wienand" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Morgan told reporters in response to the president's tweet, quote, if you're here illegally, then you should be removed. And in this case, that includes families, President Trump disputing the allegation of an advice columnist who says Trump sexually assaulted her in addressing room at a Manhattan department store in the mid nineteen ninety s Wall Street wrapped up the week with losses across the board. The Dell the FBI end the NASDAQ down. I'm born Necker. This Bloomberg sports update. Gary Sanchez glacier, tourist each homered for the third game in a row providing a pair of two run shots that sent the Yankees pass this getting Astros, four to one gangqi stadium for the seventh straight win the Astros of six in a row. The Yankees hit a home run in twenty four straight games. That's one shy of nineteen forty one team record after missing two months for the league injury. Aaron judge return to the lineup batting leadoff and went over four with two strikeouts. James Paxton one consecutive starts for the first time with the Yankees, who manage their longest winning streak of the year Paxton now five and three on the season. A religious Chapman picks up this twenty per save Houston, wasted a strong start from Brad peacock peacock struck out eleven Yankees, but volts to six and five Jeff McNeil. Homered and drove in three runs making his first career start in right field helping them at speed the cubs at Wrigley field five to four. Michael. Fourtou also connected as the slumping that's one for just the fourth time on their last eleven games. Brooks pounders catch the victory and relief, Jason Vargas. And Wendy as worked one-two-three ninth inning for his sixteen. Save McNeil's to run shot off of you. Darvish gave them a three two lead in the third with two ounce Dana of a real on second in the seventh comes manager. Joe men and Brennan left-hander Mike Montgomery to face McNeil, and he pulled an RBI single into right field to break four all time McNeill now third in the National League banning race with a three forty one average in honky news, the New Jersey Devils made center Jack the American player to be drafted number one overall. When they called his name at the draft in Vancouver us, who follows in the footsteps of fellow US born picks. Allston Matthews and Patrick Kane said the two year record with two hundred twenty eight points in one hundred ten games in the USA hockey national team development program finish winger compo Cocco was selected by the Rangers. The second overall choice with the Bloomberg sports update. I'm Tom Rogers. This is Bloomberg opinion on Bloomberg radio. Bring you news comments, and insights from Bloomberg opinions worldwide team of editors and columnists. I'm also coming up on the show. How green bonds are finally starting to sprout up. Plus don't bet your retirement on a fake track record. But first, a recent speech by the Justice Department's chief antitrust, enforcer making del regime was hailed as a strike against big tech. Don't believe that rights, Jono, Sarah columnist for Bloomberg opinion. And he's here to tell us more Joe to start out can you explain the consumer welfare standard? The person to understand, is that over the course of twenty thirty years antitrust law has evolved in the court to come to mean only thing that matters is consumer welfare. And that means in other words, if a deal is likely to increase. Price for consumers. The trust department of found on it, but anything else goes pretty much, including putting out of fitness, and so on what now it's important to understand that making him is a huge supporter of the consumer welfare stance and his been on record numerous times saying that we don't need to change the standard to deal with big pack, and even he's gone so far as to say in previous speakers, you know, big tax really fun anything all that anti-competitive. According to the current interpretation of the law, here, he comes now all of a sudden with all this hermit about what to do about being pack, and he gives it. That makes it sound as if the antitrust laws on sack capable of dealing with big tax. But the example that he is most of them really have nothing to do with what's going on, and some of them even seem ludicrous on the face of them most particularly in suggestion that the concerns and be dealt through competition, which is completely ridiculous. So do you think he came to this, because of the growing pressure from presidential candidates like Senator Elizabeth Warren and others that, you know, these tech giants are just too big? Well, I don't think. War, and not a whole lot to do with your stack. But yes Republicans, there are a lot of publican, who are upset about Facebook and Google in particular. Their main beef is that those two companies are sweltering conservative speech and promoting liberal speech. What do you think that's to or not? That's not really something for the antitrust department to be, you know, meddling with, but there's been enough of an outcry that I think he felt he had to step in and say something. And so one of the main things he's saying is that, you know, yes, I know everybody thinks that consume affair standard is the that matters. But America has a long history taking action taking governmental action because companies acting anti-competitively in ways that have nothing to do with pride the problem with that argument is that the most recent case he mentioned it. Which to play twenty years ago. And that really is the last time the government ever tried to hold the company to herald for anti-competitive reasons that did not have to do with price. Is this consumer welfare standard? Is it something established by the courts, is it in a law itself? What would have to happen to change that? Right. Right. What would have to happen? The different mindset in the courts. There is nothing in the law that says anything about the consumer welter stand. It creates a Robert Bork who wrote a tactically important book continues of papers and speeches thirty years ago. That set out the consumer welfare standards saying, this is what it should be and over time, judges, and many antitrust experts came to accept or we've Ning to the point where now it has the force of law, even though there's nothing speak. To it in the actual law. So the House Judiciary committee is holding hearings about this. Is there any possibility that there might be a change in the law guests, I think there is, maybe not this congressional term? But the person who's in charge is named David Lee, Nate. And he is the head of the antitrust up committee of the desert, and he is extremely well versed in these issues at this point. One of the ways you can think about Dell Ryan speech is that it's kind of effort to pull issues surrounding pack away from congress and into the Justice department, sort of saying, hey, guys, don't want me about the law. Don't worry about changing. We can handle it. Wienand can atlas we have a tool now there's a lot of people myself included who do not think they have the tools, and who think that is a much better chance congress to take meaningful action. And frankly, if I was Facebook, I would be thrilled by him speech, even though it's been cast as tough for big tech. Thanks, joe. That's jonas. Sarah comas for Bloomberg opinion, coming up on Bloomberg opinion..

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"wienand" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"wienand" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"With you. Kind of rain out there. Now be careful. It's supposed to be storm and actually most of the day today. See how it is don't forget all the guys will be back tomorrow. Cap and company and nine o'clock and noon. It'll be common in your co two o'clock. Waddle and Silvy. Speaking Waddle and Silvy guys had a chance to catch up with the coach Mike debt Cup earlier in the week last week. I keep forgetting today's Monday last week, talking about the top one hundred players in bears history, the bears centennial scrapbook the one hundred players announced by dead coming in at number six right behind the top five. It was sayers at five luck mid four Bracken, gerski, three Butkus two. And number one was Walter Payton. And that's where Sylvie decided to start when they were talking to the coach about the list that you talking about the sweetness. Walter Payton, did you you were you happy with them? Number one in the list. Absolutely. I think he was the greatest barrier ever eager to put him is what crews cargo was. I mean. I was fortunate you know, I have a coach years I did. I remember when he came out in college. I really I really I was with the Cowboys that time and I loved it. I loved it. I read everything about him and I love with the scouts and everything. And then we paid back when I was coaching the Cowboys and got he was everything in more than I thought he was in more than that always great. If you repair it was much greater as a person, I did. I'm seeing anybody had the amount of greatness, he had been married to military. Tajik. It was just fantastic. Coach you played with some of the greats on this list as well, including dick Butkus, and gale sayers. What was it like to be on the same team with those two guys ever favored at work guys were special? Oh, I don't know that anybody. I mean, I of course I never played against Dicko lot, played. So I play play Mickey Latin he was he was a good. Buy was the best in the linebacker ever played the game. And I guess people could argue and say, lot of things about the greatest running back to me. Well refuting my what, what it was to. I mean he was just everything. I mean I play with Gail yell fantastic. Poetry motion, but nobody played you game with the heart and then deputies water played water was fantastic. Coach, we also had a conversation is this list was unveiled about who would be the top players listed that weren't in the hall of fame. And we both came down to the conclusion that JIMBO covert, and Jay hill Berg would and Steve McMichael those three names would be on the list, and they were thirteen eighteen nineteen. I agree. I mean, I have no idea. What for? But if you look for. Offensive. Lineman knows people. We had we had. Jimbo covert. Come on. I mean, the anchor he was left side of our lying to me. We put him out here. We gave no help. All the ends in the league every every every week. He was a bad. We was on an island and he handled it, you know, and. I mean, I guess you, you burger mean JJ was. To me. He was a forerunner although centers but one thing I don't know. I don't know what it's like today. I really don't know what they do. But Jay was fantastic. All the policy. Did anybody was not only was the football player is a smart flip ball player the great Mike Ditka? Joining us Waddell and sell the ESPN one thousand I know you probably don't wanna Wienand, who should have been higher who should have made the list Waddell, and I were surprised that less Frazier did not make less when I was a kid growing up coach you coached him. He had some of the greatest interceptions I've ever seen. And if he didn't get hurt in that Super Bowl, he could have gone down as one of the best corners in history. I agree. Crew to make sure by injury. We've been made one of the best of all time lessons, he was he was set, there are soft spoken, easy going guy. I mean he, he would Kim, my what you want in without did it. He didn't talk about it. No, no way. You do in Iraq. Dan room where you wouldn't know. That's really what your special player and a very good player. Outstanding he you know we played all those defensive with the ad. Guys. They know he was man to man on all the time. That's just what it was. And it was no question. He can do it. He did coach there many guys who were more important to this franchise than you on as far as being a revolutionary players far as being a Super Bowl winning coach. What is it mean to you that the bears are celebrating the one hundred anniversary? And a lot of people are picking them to win the Super Bowl in this year. Well, I hope they do. I mean, that would be fantastic. But I. That was drafted by Mr. Halas nineteen sixty one. He created the tight end position as we know it. Before that was just a guy the end of the line. Well, I mean believe me, and then I came in on Kramer's you guys in there and positions changed a lot now. I mean I it it was fantastic. I had I had a great staff. You know nobody. He was like on the end of the, you know what don't do some don't catch the ball. And then he they stood me out Josh house that was up as coordinators my, my coach and Demi Astros Romeo football. I mean anybody can catch a football. And I had a quarterback named Bill. Wait, who loved the throw it to me? It was pretty easy. Coach. We've also spent a lot of time talking about Steve McMichael here at the radio station. He's Cold War of ours here. Yeah. What did he want? Coach Hampton dent lot of the guys in for good reason, got a lot of the headlines and lot of the attention. What did Steve Michael main to the center that defense? You hit right on the button. I mean, then MC Mike AMT? I mean those guys are fantastic. There's no question about thing with Kerry. But you talk about. I mean he kidding me a what I call the work the workplace. What ball where he was a guy like yoga brought lunch bucket to work. If put in his eight hours, and they were solid is mayor's Goodhew to get out of anyway. That show he was gave me what he had it wasn't. It wasn't fancy. But it was real down. Earth toughness. Input book. That's how are you feeling these as by the way, you sound great? Here. Lucky? I got out. I got a few movable parts of my body pacemaker some sentenced. I do. I, of course I had the problem to the Hudek knows, but I do pretty good. That's the college might dead cut talking about the top one hundred list. He comes in at numbers. Six next half hour. We'll hear from Brian Urlacher, number fourteen and the guy that did Golovin he loved him loved him Steve. Mogok. Mike, I love the guy to work with bears pre game shows here on ESPN. 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"wienand" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"wienand" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"From the WTMJ. Breaking news center, I'm rusty Mellberg in the wake of Bart Starr's passing his former teammates are remembering the Packer legend for his work on and off the field. All rare. Is it to find somebody with the qualities that he had rare? It is rare Packers hall of fame linemen, Jerry Kramer, tells me when he first met Bart, star. He didn't think it was possible for someone to be so genuine believe he was being himself. I thought he was putting on a front or being a phony played with star during his entire eleven year NFL career was so consistently good in virtually every situation, I saw in the forty years, fifty whatever they happen to be WTMJ news. Bart star is considered one of the best quarterbacks the Packers have ever had while Brett farve. And Aaron Rodgers have surpassed his records voice of the Packers, Wayne larvae tells WTMJ star is the best quarterback that team has ever had you want five world championships overall. Respect to the others. As number one, I think I know, for fact that Brett farve and earn Rogers would say the same Wienand star was worthy of the high praise. Many had of him both on and off the field. The Kenosha county medical examiner is investigating three possible overdose deaths within a twelve hour period Saturday. Patrice hall says the two men and one woman ranged in age from their twenties to their fifties. And we're using cocaine and or heroin in continues. The trend Kenosha county has seen when it comes to overdoses, most of which are not fatal between April twentieth and may twenty six the county had forty-three overdose calls thirty of them opioid related dozens of services are sets take place today to remember those who gave their life while serving in the armed forces. One of the largest Memorial Day observances is expected to be.

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"wienand" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"wienand" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And if angry just took break from dating, anyway, let's move of you know, reading, you know, the Twitter the Twitter the Twitter out, they're doing all the tweeden and stuff they raised a little Kaine last week, and I was reading some of them in one of them said that when Matt Jones comes on. He's always so biased. You know, because I could tell by the way he was typing this way he was trying to say it never call her and every tweet kind of icefall. Most of them are. Yeah. Most of them are imagine that you know, it is. I mean, I don't see a lot of tweets because people blocked me from on Twitter wherever I've been blocked. So it doesn't really matter. I mean work with club. That's what that's what the James gang's. Joe walsh. Welcome to the club. You know, Paul president orange air. Oh, happy presidents day, by the way. Yeah. Do you have a favorite president? I don't know. I don't wanna go against the grain. But I thought this was a better holiday when we were celebrating, Washington and Lincoln. Yeah. I did to celebrate all forty five presidents. I don't give a rip about some of them. I I want to celebrate the father of our country and the man who saved the union. Yeah. Yeah. And you know. Millard Fillmore or Jane would that's like going through the bane while Jayme. And that's like going through the Tuscaloosa baseball team in waiting for Jim come out on court. Yeah. I. And he didn't come out. I mean, you know, 'cause he wasn't on thing. But anyway, but, but but let me ask you this politically about Franklin Pierce. Yeah. He he's my favorite. He's good, man. He's good. My in, you know, having to like Millard Fillmore. You know, if that's your God that she'll guy. I mean, I I am currently working on a a biography of Millard wouldn't be I did he actually have bumper stickers for cars or whether just wagons. I remember what Millard did. All right. So you go back in time like, you know, about the fourth or fifth president. Did you put you bumper sticker the wagon or you jackass his ass? Yeah. You know, the problem with Millard Fillmore. What's he was from upstate New York? Yeah. And you know, there's not really many Miller's in the classroom and more. You know? So president orange hair said that that Mexico was gonna pay for the wall, a Wienand United States Mexico. Well, I haven't I haven't seen the wall built yet. Yeah. But who's going to be paying for this wall with his I've decided to pay for it myself. You are for you. Listen, you must inherited something from Millard. Hi, Paula breed back. Now, you're listening.

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"wienand" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"wienand" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Joe walsh. Welcome to the club. You know, Paul president horn chair. Oh, happy presidents day, by the way. Yeah. Do you have a favorite president? I don't know. You know what? I don't want to go against the grain. But I thought this was a better holiday when we were celebrating, Washington and Lincoln. Yeah. I did want to celebrate all forty five presidents. I don't give a rip about some of them. I I want to celebrate the father of our country and the man who saved the union. Yeah. Yeah. And you know. Millard Fillmore or Jane? Would that's like going through the bane while Jayme? And that's like going through the Tuscaloosa baseball team waiting for Jim come out on the court. And he didn't come out. I mean, you know, because he wasn't on thing. But anyway, but, but but let me ask you this politically about free now to piers. Yeah. He he's my favorite. He's good Mayan. He's good my in having to like Millard Fillmore. You know, if if that's your guy that she'll guy I mean, I I am currently working on a biography of Millard. I did he actually have bumper stickers for cars or whether just wagons. Remember what Millard did? All right. And that's so you go back in time like, you know, to about the fourth or fifth president did you put your bumper sticker the wagon or you jackasses ass, you, you know, the problem with Millard Fillmore. What's that? He was from upstate New York. Yeah. And you know, there's not really many Miller's in the classroom anymore. You know? So president orange hair said that Mexico was gonna pay for the wall, a Wienand, the United States Mexico. Well, I haven't I haven't seen the wall built here. Yeah. But who's going to be paying for this wall with I've decided to pay for it myself. You are. You must inherited something from Millard. Hi, Paulette breakneck. Thank you very much. As far as I'm concerned this Millard Fillmore day, we are going to take a break. More of your phone calls after this to listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Let me tell you about Pete who loved hockey and always wanted to play in the NHL Pete Glades since he was three and begged his mom to let him stay on the ice play some nights, he even slept in his hockey skates. Pete practiced and practiced until one day when he was forty seven Pete realized he just wasn't that good. So he threw his skates in the trash. But then you heard how DIKO proud partner of NHL good save money on car insurance. So he switched and saved a bunch..

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"wienand" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"wienand" Discussed on KOMO

"Their visit comes just one day after border patrol agents, arrested two hundred ninety central Americans across the border illegally in a remote area. New mexico. The group of Democrats also received a border security briefing from federal law enforcement agencies really have to assess what is the goal here. What do we want to accomplish? And what's the smartest most strategic most humane way to accomplish those goals on Monday. President Trump plans to visit El Paso, holding a make America great rally at this point. There are no plans for him to visit the border, former congressman and El Paso native, Beto Aurora will attend a protest meant to counter the president's visit art if you haven't filed your tax returns yet listen to this. If you're used to getting a big tax return each year may notice it's a bit smaller. This the IRS says the average refund so far is down about eight percent under the first full year of the overhaul tax. Code refunds for early. Filers average one thousand eight hundred sixty five dollars compared to two thousand thirty five dollars for the two thousand seventeen texture. He might even need to pay this year total number of returns received by the IRS also dip during the first week of the season which ended on February. I did let people Queen Anne ruined their fun today. In fact, they took advantage of the road field. The clothes rose is pretty cool out. There. Wienand was transformed into a mini ski slope, our cameras cough, folks skiing and snowboarding down the top of the hill down to the all the way to the bottom was great out there. We're was closed ROY St.. The potholes are are so warm that there's no snow on them. So you kind of have these landmines you have.

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