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Texas Governor Signs Law Banning Abortions

Dennis Prager

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Texas Governor Signs Law Banning Abortions

"All abortions after a pregnancy passes six weeks. The so called heartbeat bill, the strictest limit on the procedure in the Yusa. Opponents of the law claim many women are unaware of pregnancy during the first month. Law in Texas will likely go to the Supreme Court. European Union voting to remove travel restrictions for Americans who

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NFL Names Its First Black Female Official

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

NFL Names Its First Black Female Official

"Historic hiring in the NFL health and physical education teacher in the Virginia Beach public School system, Maya Chaka has made history as the first black female higher to become an NFL game. Official. Shaka has trained with the NFL since 2014 when she joined the league's officiating development program, Chaka has officiated games in the XFL and also in college for conference Yusa and the Pac 12. In a statement, Shaka said, I'm honored to be selected as an NFL official. But this moment is bigger than a personal accomplishment. It's an accomplishment for all women. My community and my culture. Fox is Jared

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Ex-Olympic coach dies by suicide in Michigan after facing charges

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Ex-Olympic coach dies by suicide in Michigan after facing charges

"Get her to former USA Gymnastics coach who has ties to convicted sex offender Dr Larry Nassar and was himself charged with sexual assault in Michigan, died by suicide. Today. ABC is Matt Gutman. John get it was hit with 24 charges, many for the human trafficking of minors, but rather than face those charges, authorities say the former U. S. Olympic gymnastics coach Chose to die by suicide. The sex abuse scandal has set off an earthquake in the world of Yusa women's gymnastics and, in the end get her denying his alleged victims closure. Police say they found him dead at a rest stop off of an interstate near Lansing, Michigan.

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"yusa" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"yusa" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"From the Rexall Yusa W B A P 24 7 news Death. Wants a Chevrolet dot com w b A P first traffic and weather on the ones Roadways obviously still treacherous to do. Be careful if you make your way out. Also, somehow around it just so that means a lot of signal lights around as well. So if you do have to get on the roadway just be extra careful special when you come up to the intersections, But if you don't have to go out, definitely wouldn't do it. Away on the North bound sign of forest Lane that right lane still taking away their westbound I 30 on the ramp to Luke 12 Walton Walker. Icy conditions Have that ram blocked off. I'm gonna Grand Prairie north bound 1 61 around Oakdale Left lane taken away at last check there. Also Keep in mind 1 83 to express Lanes Eastern, westbound between North you pay 21 57 industrial still closed up. Lot of the text wrestling still blocked off in a lot of areas to keep that in mind. We may have a new problem night 20 eastbound just past Chisholm Trail Parkway, that one starting to slow your back toward 3 77 wghp first traffic on the ones I'm Monte Cook. Only classic Chevrolet in Great buying can bring a classic red, white and blue sales event this big America's largest selection of Silverado, Tahoes and Suburbans Shop Classic Chevrolet calm, Find new roads. Wghp weather forecast brought to you by Bank of America for this evening. It's going to be chilly and cold. Low around three degrees, with partly cloudy skies, wind chill values between two below and seven below tomorrow, increasing clouds cold.

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"yusa" Discussed on V103

V103

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"yusa" Discussed on V103

"Agree You've never seen anything quite like one division. I'm unusual couple. I don't think that was ever requested. Rolling Stone raise. It's clever and dearie Wanda. You think something's wrong? Yeah. Wanda Holdings real. Are you here to help us? Marvelous. Finally back because most unique storytelling. Yeah, really happens when you are in charge Boulders, all the studios one division original series now streaming only on Disney. Plus, I absolutely love my dog. But the constant shedding not so much But then I got a Swiffer sweeper, pet kid. And it is amazing. These super thick cloths pick up a crazy amount of hair. Just look at all that. And that was from just one swipe and the best part sweepers so much easier to maneuver than a broom or vacuum easily getting around chairs and under the couch. Your rights Now I can focus on you not you're shedding. Swiffer sweeper, Pet kid because should happen if you've recently recovered from covert 19. You have something powerful inside you there called antibodies, and they're found in your plasma. Plasma is the liquid part of your blood. It's mostly water that also contains antibodies, which keep your body working well and fighting off deadly diseases. Plasma from people who've had covert 19 could be crucial to helping others fight off the virus. How by going directly into patients suffering from the virus and going to the scientists working nonstop to create potential treatments and medicines recovering from covert 19 makes you unique. Donating your plasma makes you a hero. If you know someone who has recently recovered from covert 19 and think they could be a hero to let them know about us. To donate your plasma. Please go to the fight is in a stat or and thank you Way made Yusa insurance for members like Martin. Veteran made of conviction. He believes if you're going to do something, you should do it right, like measuring twice on cutting once so when a hailstorm in his house and his car Yusa reached out to him before he could even inspect the damage, Martin said. That's how you do it right. His roof and.

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Apple iPhone again best tech seller of the year, thanks to the working-from-home trend

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Apple iPhone again best tech seller of the year, thanks to the working-from-home trend

"Selling tech product of 2025 for 12? Grown the most most powerful powerful iPhone iPhone ever. ever. Yes, Yes, it's it's Apple's Apple's iPhone iPhone selling selling 195 195 million million units units in in 2020. 2020. That's That's 10 10 million million more more than than 2019. 2019. The The strong strong sales sales of of the phone come in a year when many people were out of work and have less money, but also a year when you needed a device to be able to work remotely. Apple has the next two bestselling gadgets on the annual Yusa Today list. They are in order airpods than the iPad. Amazon's echo comes in at Number four, followed by the Samsung Galaxy. Kyle Cooper Wtlv News. Did you

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"yusa" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"yusa" Discussed on WTOP

"We should have converted on and should have won these games or at least been in Better situation to win. Specifically, Navy Falling. 15 sip at Army and West Point played this one in the fog old school field to it. Navy had deep inside Army territory, two shots and getting it in within the one they could not down three zip. That really shifted the moment Um and then in the second half of a chance of her a scoop and score. They couldn't scoop it knocked it out of bounds. Army kept possession and in the end, Army takes care advantage of a fumble by Navy deep in its own territory. 15 SHIP Navy falling to army Now Maryland losers in overtime 27 24 to Rutgers and went back and forth in the second half. Rutgers gets the benefit of a replay call to keep a drive alive to kick a field goal to tie things up to go into OT Bad penalty by Maryland. And over time to push him back. 15 yards, missing a 50 yard field goal to Lula tongue go via Loa Terps quarterback ruled out before the start of the game. Backups did nicely, but in the end, it was the Terps falling. 27 24 Sarah Fuller, First woman ever to score a point in a power five game from Vanderbilt. And it's game against Tennessee. Ah, Frank and ran to be seop Sports. It's an encouraging sign for those weary of the pandemic coming up after traffic and weather they're packing and shipping Corona virus vaccine. It's 8 16 Way made Yusa insurance for busy moms like Kate. She's a veteran made of flexibility to balance work home and her hobbies from starting the work day. Finishing her latest, Do it yourself Project. So when another car accidentally bumped into hers while she was running an errand take didn't let a little fender Bender put a dent in her schedule with just a few taps on our Yusa Mobile app..

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"yusa" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"yusa" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Use my promo code, Yusa. Get to my pillow premium pillows for the price of one or call 1 809 518175 get the best sleep of your life and do it now, as President Trump's term, possibly winds down, his administration is picking up the pace of federal executions. Value your reports from the USA Radio News Texas Bureau. They've announced plans for five executions starting Thursday and concluding just days before January. 20. If they go as planned. It'll make 13 executions since July, when the Republican administration resumed putting inmates to death after a 17 year hiatus and President Trump could leave office. Having executed about a quarter of all federal death row prisoners. Attorney General William Barr defends the extension of executions into the postelection period, saying you'll likely schedule more before he departs the Justice Department as far as those who oppose it, he says, quote. I think the way to stop the death penalty is to repeal the death penalty. But if you ask Juries to impose and Hurries, impose it than it should be carried out and quote Joe Biden, a Democrat, is a death penalty foe, and he'd worked to end the death penalty if in office from the Texas USA Radio News Bureau I'm Val d'Or. Not since the waning days of Grover Cleveland's presidency in the late 18 hundreds has the U. S government executed federal inmates during a presidential transition. Cleveland's was also the last presidency, during which the number of civilians executed federally was in the double digits in a year with 14 executed in 18 96. It's also pricey to keep one sentence to death alive. A Seska had a university report found that on average across all 50 states, a death row inmate costs $1.12 million more than a general population inmate for us A radio news. I'm Dan Iraqi. Have you written a book, You could become a published author with Joran's publishing, the nation's oldest publishing services company. Countless authors have trusted Dorrance for nearly 100 years to bring their book to the market.

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"yusa" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"yusa" Discussed on WTOP

"A Honda 6 45. And Here's Dave Johnson. You'd always Washington gets set to play the Steelers this afternoon in Pittsburgh, Don't after a mind head coach Ron Rivera, the Steelers are undefeated. In fact, it's not a subject he wants to talk about with his team. One thing that I've always felt is that sometimes when you get ready for an opponent, you know, coaching to spend way too much time about how great the opponent is. And hell before you know you scared your team. So again. The focus really is, you know yourself as opposed to worrying about the opponent so much. Yeah. You attack what the opponent does and then you go from there. Five o'clock kick off this afternoon and pressure on Washington. The wind with Colt McCoy at quarterback. Giants a big upset 17 12 over the Seahawks Sunday night game chiefs over the Broncos 20 to 16 Raiders pull out of whatever the Jets with some help from the Jets. Robert Ford. Somebody needs the bench. Greg Williams in New York and what can on Lee be described as the worst game management ever? The Jets defensive coordinator calls a blitz in the final seconds. That allows the Raiders to score a 46 yard touchdown to keep the Jets win list and you could check out Robin's complete NFL. Recap it w t o p dot com John Wall was in Houston now, but still thinks about being drafted by the Wizards and 2010. I choose. I was a skinny kid 19 years old with no facial hair it and didn't know where I was going in life, and they watched me grow up with me. This this grown man that has two beautiful boys as a family at home. That's all I really could say. I love him. My heart is always gonna be there and Georgetown fought hard, but West Virginia prevailed. 80 71 over the Hoyas. Dave Johnson over you still be sports. Coming up. Congress is taking a closer look at vacation policies for federal workers. 6 47 Way made us a insurance for busy moms like Kate. She's a veteran made of flexibility to balance work home and her hobbies from starting the work day. Finishing her latest. Do it yourself project. So one another car accidentally bumped into hers. While she was running inherent. Kate didn't let a little fender Bender put a dent in her schedule with just a few taps on our Yusa Mobile app..

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Dr. Fauci reacts to Pfizer's vaccine announcement

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Dr. Fauci reacts to Pfizer's vaccine announcement

"Fighters Corona virus vaccine appears to be at least 90% effective in preventing infections. There have been many follow up questions about a timeline for the vaccines availability. Dr Anthony 1000 believes it could be available for all Americans by next April. He tells CNN that while there remains many logistical challenges, too wide distribution of the vaccine that must be stored at freezing temperatures and requires two doses. Those challenges have been anticipated. The logistic was supply chain agenda led by General Gus Colonel, and that's what he's been spending literally every minute of every day on making sure that doesn't become an obstacle. It becomes a surmountable challenge, and I think that's what's gonna happen. I mean, obviously to say it's going to be easy would not be truthful. It's going to be a challenge, but I believe we're going to be able to do it. The Pfizer vaccine remains in stage three trials and more data on its effectiveness is expected by the end of the month. This's Yusa

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Court orders FDA to assess environmental impact of GM salmon

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Court orders FDA to assess environmental impact of GM salmon

"Judge has ordered the FDA to conduct an environmental assessment of genetically modified salmon that he said was required for the agency's approval of the fish. But the judge did not vacate the FDA approval of salmon for human consumption in the meantime, because, he said, the risk we're near term environmental harm is low. The ruling centers on Aqua about Yusa salmon, which are genetically modified to grow faster than normal salmon.

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Hurricane Eta heading for Central America

Glenn Beck

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Hurricane Eta heading for Central America

"Hurricane Edna is expected to gain strength over the next 15 hours as it spins in the Caribbean Sea toward Nicaragua, bringing with a devastating conditions, including high winds. The storm is moving west towards Central America at 12 miles an hour. It is forecast make landfall in Nicaragua late Monday into Tuesday as a possible Category two Hurricane Yusa radio news

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"yusa" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"yusa" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Use a radio news with Timberg. It's another day of rallies for President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden in the run up to Election Day, the president campaigning in Michigan, North Carolina, Iowa, Georgia and Florida, his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden, campaigning in Philadelphia. Over 19 relief negotiations are dead. For the time being. Some people seem to think something could be done after the election. Democrats think not so much. Republicans, including the White House, believes something needs to be done after the election. We're definitely not gonna let us get to the end of the year without getting some sort of a day to the American people. President Trump will use any levers that he has to make sure that the American people who are hurting get the assistance they need. If there's any way we could get around the speaker, we will do so. White House communications director Elissa Farrow speaking there on Fox News. This is Yusa Radio news. Balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world. One life at a time. I've been taking bottoms often on now. Adult life, and I've never seen any change. Not like this. Not since I've been on balance of nature taking medication for muscle aches and stuff. I don't take that any more. I wish I had started back when I first heard about it on the radio. And in fact, give Dallas major any advice. Keep it out on the radio, because I still hear these commercials from time to time and thinking, you know people into it's not. I mean, I'm over 50 and you know your body starts watering down, but that was nature has literally changed my life. They really asked Get.

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Joe Biden leads Donald Trump by 8 points nationally

Bloomberg Best

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Joe Biden leads Donald Trump by 8 points nationally

"Former Vice President Joe Biden, campaigning in three states today, including an Iowa president, Trump is getting criticized for his handling of the Corona virus pandemic by the Democrats. A new poll shows most Americans don't approve of his pact campaign rallies during the Kobe 19 outbreak, the latest Yusa today Paul giving Biden and 8% lead

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Ted Cruz grills Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey over alleged media censorship

Financial Issues with Dan Celia

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Ted Cruz grills Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey over alleged media censorship

"Of Twitter, Facebook and Google testified on social media protections and censorship issues before a Senate committee on Wednesday. Things getting a bit heated when Senator Ted Cruz got his chance to question Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, Mr Dorsey, who the hell elected you and put you in charge of what the media are allowed to report and what the American people are allowed to here. And why do you persist in behaving as a Democratic Super Pac, silencing The news to the contrary? Political Yusa

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Tampa Bay Rays Tie World Series 2-2 After 8-7 Win Over Los Angeles Dodgers

Financial Issues with Dan Celia

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Tampa Bay Rays Tie World Series 2-2 After 8-7 Win Over Los Angeles Dodgers

"In the world Series of Los Angeles Dodgers in the Tampa Bay Rays, or tied at two games apiece as Tampa Bay winds last night in a thriller 8 to 7. Tonight's game on Fox Yusa Radio News.

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"yusa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"yusa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of Latino Yusa, Professor Goodman gives us a crash course on the history of migrant exploitation and expulsion. From this country, and he lays out how the deportation machine is still alive and well and running today. Professor Adam Goodman. Welcome to letyou know Yusa. Thank you so much for having me Maria. So I've been reporting on deportation since the very first days of my career, and that's many decades ago. So it's kind of been my life's work to understand deportation. You're basically saying it's not just a deportation has existed. It's that there's a machinery that there's a kind of even ideology around deportation. And you basically argue that deportation has always been at the heart. Of the history of the United States, whether it's from the economy to law enforcement to stereotypes in the media, So let's kind of break that if you could, because that's a big idea. Some people are just like, wait. What are you talking about? You know We learned about the Statue of Liberty. We didn't learn that people were being deported for years over 100 years. So how has the deportation of immigrants been central to the narrative of this country? I mean, on the one hand, deportation has been used strategically to maintain an exploitable Myron Labor force. The need for migrant labor is certainly not new, and we could think back to the Irish for the mid 19th century, the Chinese and Japanese early 19th tournament, 20th Century's southern and Eastern Europeans. In that same period, And then for much of the last century Mexican migrants as all those other groups were excluded by U. S laws and policies, employers and the federal government and consumers. All of us, in other words, came to depend in large part on Mexican labor. And Mexicans were welcomed into the country as laborers, but they're not. Historically at least welcomed as full members of society. Or as citizens. The United States has deported 57 million people. Since the 18 eighties. No. Close to nine out of 10 of those 57 million deportations have been of Mexicans and that disproportionate targeting of a single group. Has also, I think had a really impact in shaping ideas of politicians and of the media, and perhaps many people in the general public as well about who is and who is not. American, so it's the bureaucratic processes as well as the need for the exploitable migrant labor force. That has drawn these real clear dividing lines. You have to kind of look at who's writing the history who's right in the The books that kids are being taught, and and then you understand the prism through which Deportation is or is not being talked about. And in fact that's one of the things that you bring up in your book, which is And this is where it gets really sinister because you talk about How hard it was to get information about deportations. And so you say, quote it was designed to leave No paper trail so well. How hard was it, in fact, to discover this information? And is that in fact part of the plan It was extraordinarily difficult, and that's part of the reason. It took me a decade to research and write this book, you know, but slowly, but surely the pieces came together. And I was able to to put together this broader history of the deportation machine. How and why was constructed and how it's operated how it's changed during the last century and a half. But your question also brings up an important point. And that's that The vast majority of deportations throughout U. S history have happened without due process. The United States Deportation machine depends on extraordinary discretionary power. It's instilled in low level agents, the state border Patrol agents minus an immigration investigators. That have the power to decide whether or not to apprehend someone and in many cases, whether or not to expel them. And we certainly have seen how and why is problematic, too, and still extraordinary power in low level officials, whether that's the police on our city streets or border Patrol agents and immigration investigators. But the deportation machine is operated based on the unilateral power of low level officials within historically racist institution. So we hear a lot about He's essentially formal deportations. These are deportations that happened after like an immigration hearing or a judicial order, But in your book, you also talk about other kinds of deportation. There's this term, you know, self deportation, which is basically when people just there like exhausted they're fed up. And so they leave the country. So can you talk a little bit more about these other kinds of expulsions? Well, we hear about most in the news or the form of deportations. These were the 400,000 deportations a year under the Obama administration that made the news so often. But these are but a small sliver off the total number of explosions from the United States. Now they carry with them harsher consequences sometimes extended or indefinite periods in the tension. As well. Lifetime bans are multi year upto lifetime bans on returning to the U. S. And what immigration officials have done is leveraged. These harsh penalties that are associated with formal deportations to coerce people into voluntary departure now put voluntary departure in quotes because there's nothing voluntary about them. These are administrative expulsions. They operate in a similar way as plea bargains in the criminal justice system by threatening people with formal deportation and forcing or coercing them to agree to leave the country supposedly on their own. But as I show in the book It's under coercive circumstances. It's also these broad based fear campaigns. Immigration rates from a propagation of the fear through the media, as well as restrictive immigration laws of the local and state levels. The threat of violence. In which is very real, and I think people understand that that combine to make people's lives miserable until they say that they're going to pick up and leave. No, rather than think about this is immigrants is rational decision makers decided to leave on their own. I think we need to understand that as part of the government and sometimes ordinary Americans strategy to push people out. Coming up on that. You know, Yusa, The deportation machine is still alive and well in 2020. We hear more about what makes it tick How it operates today and efforts to break it down for good. Stay with us. Nothing. Yes. I'm goalie, chef Islami, president and CEO of New York Public Radio. WNYC was made for moments like these. We're here for you, and we need you to be here for us. Listener support makes everything you hear on WNYC possible and gives our newsroom the ability to meet this moment.

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Latino's role in the presidential election

WNYC Programming

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Latino's role in the presidential election

"Welcome to letyou know Yusa. I'm Maria Hinojosa. 32 million Latinos are eligible to vote this election. That's a record, but research suggests that in battleground states 57% of them Are not going to cast ballots. Historically, the Noron Latina turn up has always been lower than that of white African Americans and Asians. Many had hoped that things would be different this time around. During the primaries, Senator Bernie Sanders made like Latinas of focus of his campaign. Many of them called him deal, Bernie. We call someone a deal. The column is basically uncle family, his family and it's an environment. We know that when the old Bernie gets elected isn't a fight every inch possible to get all the progressive policies that he's been fighting for these that feel that But then came covert 19th. Then Bernie Sanders dropped out of the race and Latino and Latino voters, It seemed that once again they became a low priority.

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Rudy Giuliani turns over alleged Hunter Biden laptop to authorities in Delaware

Financial Issues with Dan Celia

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Rudy Giuliani turns over alleged Hunter Biden laptop to authorities in Delaware

"And Twitter tried to censor from you seems to be getting bigger and bigger as no one in the Biden camp is claiming the laptop was not hunters. The Hunter Biden laptop is now in FBI custody. How long they have had the incriminating information is unclear. Rudy Giuliani also provided an additional copy of the hard drive to Delaware authorities on Wednesday, Giuliani told police officials at the hard drive contained evidence of crimes, Delaware Justice Department spokesman Matt Marshall said Yusa

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Trump stumping in Florida, Georgia as Biden heads to Michigan after competing town halls

John Tabacco's Liquid Lunch

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Trump stumping in Florida, Georgia as Biden heads to Michigan after competing town halls

"Michigan, and then heading to Detroit and meeting with faith leaders as Faras. What's on the agenda for President Trump? USDA radio networks. Veiled Your has the details. November 3rd is quickly approaching in President Trump continues to pound the pavement. He delivers remarks and make America Great again Rally in Ocala, Florida Friday afternoon at three Eastern. Then I'll head to Macon, Georgia to address the crowd at six Eastern time on Saturday. There's a stop in Muskegon, Michigan to discuss supporting the American way of life, and the president will deliver remarks on supporting law enforcement later Saturday in Janesville, Wisconsin, according to data out of the University of Florida. Nearly 20 million people have already voted in the 2020 election. This is Yusa

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"yusa" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:25 min | 2 years ago

"yusa" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Bradley trainer he is on vacation. He's looking at rocks is looking a beautiful rocks in the Badlands. That's Holly Roberts. She and I were hanging out with you. And we just completed our daily mission of calling out celebrities behaving badly and putting Prune juice bottles between your butt cheeks, and sometimes we have so many D bags that we do a whole other segment that's devoted to them. But sometimes on a rare occasion, we actually have a person we would like to celebrate as the antidote to the celebrity D bag. It's an anti D bag. Okay? This is a person who goes by the name of and I suppose it's because somebody gave this name to her Hannah Yashar off and she is a writer for Yusa today because you're like, I don't know that person. What's the big deal? While she writes for Yusa today, and she wrote a piece that is headlined as follows. Can we please stop talking about Adele in rebel Wilson's weight loss? And I was like colic. Thank you. I would like to read this because the thing that is so frustrating and she so sometimes sometimes I realize that there is something nagging at me and frustrating me about the way celebrities there talked about or You know my reaction to a certain thing, But I haven't quite found the words to apply to it right. Right. And a wonderful writer will do that work for me. And then I will read the words and I will go. Thank you, Hannah. That's what I meant. You will give the report of the report. That's what I am feeling inside. And thank you for putting words to it. And the thing that Hannah Yeah, Sharav puts words, too. In this in this column for U S A today. Is essentially the fact that what we have done when we speak of women's bodies in this way is we believe, or at least the narrative that is being pushed around. It is a narrative about body positivity. But what it ignores is the only body positivity we are referring to is body positivity around somebody who is now accepted who has now reached acceptable. Human form. Sure, they the body positivity. For people who they point out in this article and used as examples. Rebel Wilson Adele. The body positivity wasn't there when they were existing in a space where the focus wasn't on. Wait Law exactly And essentially, you know, she says, when we when what we're doing as a society when we continue to focus on women and their smaller sizes Even if they've been achieved through some sort of motivational. Wait, which, for example, with rebel Wilson. She's tried to use this transformation as a motivation. And that message is certainly wonderful and good, but what it does what it doesn't do. What it does is ignore the size she was before and doesn't really Talk about acceptance along the way. It dangles the carrot of a smaller body out in front as though that's the goal on DH. Then this author Hannah Ashraf for Yusa. Today she goes on to talk about How the entertainment industry is full of these stories that tell and have been, by the way forever that tell women that women are on ly worth paying attention to once they've dropped to a size two and that every other TV show that played a character's plus side. That did play up characters. Plus sized past is either tragic or comedic backstory. Right? So essentially like, for example, if you think about Monica on friends Any time. Her weight when she was larger is referred to it. Is this comedic backstory? Yeah, and so I just wanted to celebrate her insights today in this article, because it just spoke to me. Yes. What? We've been having this conversation two and it reminds me From a couple of weeks ago, Liz Oh, on the cover of Vogue magazine, and she talks about how she wants to maybe shift the idea from body positivity. To just body normative ity. Yeah, Being that Your body. When whatever state it happens to be Is normal quote unquote, so to speak. It could be celebrated at any point. It's sort of like what we say when we say it like a swimsuit body is just a body in a swimsuit. Yeah, right. The idea of a bikini body is just well your body in a bikini. That's it. A post pregnancy body is a body that has Recently been pregnant. Yes. Yes. Supposed chipotle body is a body that has just enjoyed a burrito, huh? Right. I just wanted to really be inclusive all experiences. But and your weight is just your relationship with gravity at any given time in any given moment, right right, and that we all have a relationship with that and that relationship. Can also be in flux at any point and given and in time, like sometimes you could be like, Yes, yes. And then sometimes you can be like yes, well, yes, I will just take, for example, because I think it's an interesting study like The way people have been talking during this time of quarantine about maybe putting on a little weight. Yeah. And the way that there has been sort of a shift into this commodification, or like public shaming of that. Sure, the response to what has been a Can I just say, like, globally traumatic event, Right? Right. And that it's Yeah, You're exactly right. It's you know, Things have changed anything like habits. People's habits have changed. People's relationships to activity have changed because of things like quarantine. If you're not if you're asked as a public health initiative to not leave your house, that means you're not leaving your house and your movement, your mobility up. It's affected by that, and that just doing the science is going to affect the way That your body metabolizes calories? Yeah, I just, You know, I just wanted t Take this moment to celebrate this this thing this woman who wrote this article for Yusa today? Her name is Hannah Yashar off. The name of the articles. Can we please stop talking about Adele in rebel Wilson's weight loss, and she just does a great job of putting words to what has sort of been the things that's been stuck in my craw about how we specifically talk about rebel Wilson and Adele and you'll recall Adele very early on in the waxing things around her birthday, posted a picture of herself. And in it, I believe she or are there have been pictures that she's posted of herself where she's thanked first responders. People who have been in the front lines and the headlines are always about Her body, right? You know, an interesting before we move on from this the way that Adele has never talked never once never once about whatever kind of quote unquote journey she's on, which that I take a little beef with that word. It's a Yeah, I know She's just living her life and it's very clear that she's lost some weight. And it's the outside that has made that the focus of everything that she's doing in relation of rebel Wilson, where she has actively put that. Journey out there for us to consume and for us to take in. So that's also just a knob survey Shin. I'm making answer both. Yeah, absolutely. Well, thank you for for going down that road with me. Thank you for celebrating Nice today, our particle with me, all right, when we come back on the Colleen and Bradley show Share your traumatic child movie moment You were.

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Harris says Trump's pandemic response has been "the greatest failure of any presidential administration"

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:33 min | 2 years ago

Harris says Trump's pandemic response has been "the greatest failure of any presidential administration"

"Mitchell Miller. Mitch, What do you think of this contest so far? Well, what What strikes me the most right now is comparing it to last week and last week, Of course, it was a disaster. This is a much more civil debate. There is a good given. Take don't get me wrong. Both of these candidates are both going at each other. But it is clearly a much different tone than the presidential debate was last week. At the outset of the debate, the moderator Yusa, Today's Susan Paige said she wanted a civil debate and so far that's what she's received now. On the points where they're giving punches back and forth. Kamala Harris said that this has been the greatest failure of any presidential administration in history. Talking about the response to the pandemic you heard there. Mike Pence, the vice president in that CBS report defending what the president did going back to what the president has said many times that the ban on travel from China now another interesting point in the debate was Susan Page, asked there about this front row Super spreader case at the Rose Garden, and she asked Mike Pence. How can you expect Americans to follow the guidelines when the White House has not? Mike Pence, said that he has confidence in the American P people and quickly pivoted away from answering that question directly, other than to say it was an outdoor event and that he again has confidence in the American people. But what Camilla Harris is trying to say, related to the pandemic. Is that Mike Pence and the Trump Administration have basically not been forthright with the American people and that they knew that this was a much bigger problem. Back in January, Alright,

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A Shop Divided: Union Members Split Over Biden And Trump

Here & Now

04:59 min | 2 years ago

A Shop Divided: Union Members Split Over Biden And Trump

"It's here and now Democratic nominee Joe Biden and met with the president of the United Steelworkers yesterday on a whistle stop tour through Pennsylvania and Ohio. Biden is trying to win back union working class voters in the Midwest that helped President Trump win the election in 2016. The president is making the pitch that he's saved American manufacturing, But there are 66,000 fewer manufacturing jobs in Michigan, compared to July 2019 and 48,000 fewer in Ohio. Let's check in with a few union voters. Now Tim Petrovsky is the president of the United Steelworkers. Local 1900, South Lyon, Michigan. Tim. Welcome here now. Thank you. Thanks for having me Joe Biden, clearly making an effort to reach unions and working class voters in this campaign. But do you think he has a chance to get back some of that support that Democrats lost four years ago? I think he has the opportunity. I think it's a tough climb, but I do believe it can happen. Early on 2016 the manufacturing here in Michigan Steel business. It took a pretty good boom. A lot of that was already building but you know, the credit was given that way. You know, one of the things now, obviously, with the mishandling of the Corona virus and everything, a lot of our shops were shut down. The steel is not what it was promised to be the opportunity to speak with Vice President Biden two weeks ago when he was in doing his tour of Detroit, he met with four of us US W workers in one of the things we talked about was the ways to bring manufacturing jobs back to Michigan, he seemed he had a good plan to bring back good paying union jobs, not just jobs. Like it. Our mill we sell Yusa made pipe in our steals bought here in America, and one of the things he promised was to spend government money on products made in America. Right, so if they're going to use steel, they're going to use our steel. But, you know, I remember one of the very early executive orders that President Trump issued was promised to do just that to use US steel in pipelines, for instance, and he's made a big show of supporting the steel industry. Over the years, President Trump has he's slapped tariffs on Chinese steel. He's blamed People like Joe Biden for supporting trade deals like NAFTA. That he says is outsourced American jobs. I mean, what do you make of the argument that President Trump has been good for the American steel industry? Listen, I'm not goingto sit here and say that I don't believe in the beginning that it It was good. You know, it's a released it appeared that way. You know 16 17 even on into 18. The steel was good. I mean, our shop definitely was on optics. We hired 100 people. So we went from 140 ish people, The 2 50. But here we are 2020 in October now And we're down over 100 people. We actually have less people working than we did during that that rise where we're seeing that union leaders are likely to stick with Democrats this election. Just like they did in 2016, But with the rank and file, Tim, what about that? What? You're hearing from the rank and file your coworkers. The guys you work next to Now that's where it's. It's different. Obviously, the higher ups at the U. S W A W Things like that They support Democratic candidates. But there's a lot of people in our shop 20 years ago, this place would have been 95% Democrats. And now it's really split that I'd probably have to say something like 60 40 Republican over Democrat now, So on a lot of that is because of the up flux we had over the last couple of years. They gave that credit there. But now that you know, we're not working as much with the Corona virus or whatever reason. You know they're not willing to associate the blame as well. Right? So it's a really It's a shop divided anymore with the rank and file. I'm curious when you got to work yesterday were people talking about Tuesday's presidential debate. What? What did you hear from folks? Oh, man, it's ah, you know, as the union president at our shop, knowing that our shop is divided I try to avoid the politics conversation honestly at work, but no, it was. It was the big talk. I mean, that that debate was it was something right. I mean, it was Ah. I think it It was not good on believe not good on both sides here at work, even though Trump supporters were not happy with the way he handled himself. And the Biden supporters here were not happy with the lack of message. So, yeah, I mean, it's it's really divided. Tim Petrosky, president of the United Steelworkers, Local 1900 in south Lie in Michigan. Tim, Thanks for taking time out of your day to speak with us. No problem.

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MLB commissioner Rob Manfred says he hopes fans will be able to attend LCS, World Series games

Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

MLB commissioner Rob Manfred says he hopes fans will be able to attend LCS, World Series games

"Of Major League Baseball says he's expecting have fans in the stands during the postseason. Commissioner Rob Manfred told Yusa today sports that MLB is pressing ahead to have fans in Texas and plans to announce ticket sales soon. So far they have not had any fans during the regular season, and he did not specify and how many fans would be allowed inside the 40,000 seat stadium.

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‘Cheer’ Star Jerry Harris Arrested on Child Pornography Charges

Colleen and Bradley

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

‘Cheer’ Star Jerry Harris Arrested on Child Pornography Charges

"Everything. Jerry Harris, one of the breakout stars of the Netflix Docuseries cheer, was arrested today on federal child pornography charges this days after he was sued by twin brothers accusing him of sexual misconduct. Jerry Harris, who's 21 years old, is charged with producing child pornography and this arrest comes after Yusa today reported on Monday that the FBI was investigating claims that Harris solicited sexually explicit photos from 14 year old twin brothers from Texas. Oh, bad. It's so bad. It's so bad. It's really bad. It's so bad Well, I'm glad he's being held accountable if those allegations are

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"yusa" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"yusa" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Monday. Good to have you with us on the 14th of September. Bob Surat, pretending to be awakened 12 minutes after six o'clock. Valentina. Give me a little bit of this on Mondays. Yes, it is. Are your teeth clenched right now. You don't even know you were. You were doing that. There's an interesting story. Yusa today ran this headline cracked teeth, gross gums. Dann ist sie surge of problems and the pandemic is likely to blame. Stress in isolation brought on by the pandemic are bad for mental health. Certainly, But Dennis say they're seeing evidence are aural health is.

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"yusa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"yusa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Avoiding panicky investment moves stories from camping rookies during the pandemic and how late off New Jersey man is making generous use of his time full of that story. In about 20 minutes. Popular zoom video meeting. APP went out recently on the first day of school for many people and users freaked out. With stay at home remote work and learning the new norm. Now during this pandemic, What were people supposed to Dio Jefferson? Grandma Yusa today took a look at Plan B options to zoom. Jeff, What did you find? So the one that is putting the most heat on Zoom is Google meat, which sort of Google was initially hoping that people would pay for And then when the pandemics came up, they they let it up. They let people have it for free. And its bare bones compared to zoom. It will connect you, but it's got some of the Google craziness. The thing that drove Jobe insane was that you can have your meeting caption, basically meaning you could have a transcript of our call right now. Which is fantastic. I would love it. You would love it. And then you say OK, Google can I am Can I download it? Can I download the transcript? They said No, You can't do that. What? Uh, no reason. Well, hey, Could I, uh, could I use your transcript feature as a translation feature, so that if I was talking to somebody from another country that they could understand what I was saying, No. So you can't do that Get this is Google that is thinking of translation Have I mean everybody loves the translation app. So that drove me nuts, and there's also a lot of features they say are coming soon meet is free through September 30th. And then it's going well still have a free version, but they're going to be pushing people to do the paid version. The other one that's up in the top tennis Microsoft teams, which really isn't app aimed at Business is to have our communication among their workers. You Khun do video meetings there. You could also do meetings with people outside the organization. But it's glitchy. It's tough. The help section is really hard to understand. If most people that use teams do it because they're company has decided that they have to use teams. Okay, so my favorite of the alternatives if you doctor to use Zoom is WebEx. WebEx also has a free version. It's Francisco. They'll letyou talk up to an hour for free. There is there's a paid version that will try to get you to do more more tools, primarily recording your meeting to the cloud. You can report it to your computer. I think it's you know, it's a really good go to one from a company that is established. It's their Cisco. You know, I put my trust in them and then the other one, of course, is Skype. So Skype is, though, is the the APP that started it. All People were talking to their kids in other countries and Skype is a little hard to connect to you. You know, if I want to connect to you, Jordan, I have to invite you and then you have to accept my invitation. A supposed to be just saying, Hey, let's let's to Skype. Here's the length and now That's how it worked before. There is a process where you can send people link on and I did a test with that on one computer. It was an older computer and my brother couldn't see me. But I knew our computer he could I think if you're if you're connected to somebody, Skype is fantastic. It's really good audio, but overall zoom is just the easiest thing. The is right. We're speaking with Jeff Graham. Personal technology columnist at Yusa today. Also host of a podcast called Talking Tech. His pieces called It zooms Out. What about WebEx? Google Meat or Skype? We tried them all. Here's what we found. All right. So what were some of the other takeaways? Because, really, for most people, I guess at this point we're looking at Plan B with some of these right cause Plan B is you should have, you know, practice with one of the other ones and have it ready in case it doesn't work. That's what I always do. You know? Ah, hangouts isn't working. Well, go to Skype. Skype isn't working. Well, go to Facetime. You know, you just had have your backups have be signed in register. You confirm that it will work and have it. They're certainly the schools should have a backup. If you're teaching and resumes, not working. You better have a pretty good backup. Thanks, Jeff Jefferson Grim. Personal technology reporter at Yusa today, also host of a podcast called Talking Tech 21 minutes now in front of the hour on this weekend. Do you wake up during the night and have trouble falling back asleep. Restore your natural sleep function with drug free rein fresh.

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"yusa" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"yusa" Discussed on WTVN

"Stories from camping rookies during the pandemic, and how late off New Jersey man is making generous use of his time. We'll have that story in about 20 minutes. Thie popular zoom video meeting, APP went out recently on the first day of school for many people and users freaked out. With stay at home remote work and learning the new norm. Now during this pandemic, What are people supposed to do? Jefferson Gramma Yusa today took a look at Plan B options to zoom. Jeff, What did you find so the one that is putting the most heat on Zuma's Google meat? Which sort of Google was initially hoping that people would pay for and then when the pandemic came up, they they let it up. They let people have it for free. And its bare bones compared to zoom. It will connect you but it's got some of the Google craziness. The thing that drove drove be insane was that you can have your meeting caption, basically meaning you could have a transcript of our call right now. Which is fantastic. I would love it. You would love it. And then you say OK, Google can I am Can I download it? Can I download the transcript this and no, You can't do that. What? Uh, no reason. Well, hey, Could I, uh, could I use your transcript feature as a translation feature, so that if I was talking to somebody from another country that they could understand what I was saying, No. So you can't do that Get this is Google that is the king of Translation half. I mean, everybody loves the translation app. So that drove me nuts, and there's also a lot of features, they say are coming soon meet is free through September 30th, and then it's going. It will still have a free version, but they're going to be pushing people to do the paid version. The other one that's up in the top. 10 is Microsoft teams, which really isn't app aimed at businesses to have our communication among their workers. You Khun do video meetings there. You could also do meetings with people outside the organization. But it's glitchy. It's tough. The help section is really hard to understand. If most people that use teams do it because they're company has decided that they have to use teams. Okay, So my favorite of the alternatives If you doctor to use Zoom is WebEx WebEx also has a free version. It's Francisco. They'll letyou talk up to an hour for free there. There's a paid version that will try to get you to do more more tools. Primarily recording your meeting to the cloud. You can report it to your computer. I think it's you know, it's a really good go to one from a company that is established. It's their Cisco. You know, I put my trust in them and then the other one, of course, is Skype. So Skype is, though, is the The app that started it. All People were talking to their kids in other countries and Skype is a little hard to connect to you. You know, if I want to connect to you, Gordon, I have to invite you and then you have to accept my invitation as opposed to me just saying, Hey, let's let's do Skype. Here's the length and now That's how it worked before. There is a process where you can send people link on and I did a test with that on one computer. It was an older computer and my brother couldn't see me. Not a newer computer. He could. I think if you're if you're connected to somebody, Skype is fantastic. It's really good audio, but overall zoom is just the easiest things to use. Right. We're speaking with Jeff Graham, Personal technology columnist at Yusa today. Also host of a podcast called Talking Tech. His pieces called It zooms Out. What about WebEx? Google Meat or Skype? We tried them all. Here's what we found. All right. So over some of the other takeaways because, really, for most people, I guess at this point we're looking at Plan B with some of these right cause The plan is you should have, you know, practice with one of the other ones and have it ready in case it doesn't work. That's what I was. Do, you know? Ah, hangouts isn't working. Well go to Skype. Skype isn't working will go to Facetime. You know, you just had have your backups have be signed in register. You confirm that it will work and have it. They're certainly the schools should have a bathroom. If you're teaching and resumes, not working. You better have a pretty good backup. Thanks, Jeff Jefferson Grim. Personal technology reporter at Yusa today, also host of a podcast called Talking Tech 21 minutes now in front of the hour on this weekend. Do you wake up during the night and have trouble falling back asleep..

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"yusa" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"yusa" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Rookies during the pandemic and how a layoff New Jersey man is making generous use of his time full of that story. In about 20 minutes. Popular zoom video meeting. APP went out recently on the first day of school for many people and users freaked out. With stay at home remote work and learning the new norm. Now during this pandemic, What were people supposed to do? Jefferson? Grandma Yusa today took a look at Plan B options to zoom. Jeff, What did you find so the one that is putting the most heat on Zuma's Google meat, which sort of Google was initially hoping that people would pay for and then when the pandemics came up, they they let it up. They let people have it for free and its bare bones compared to zoom. It will connect you, but it's got some of the Google craziness. The thing that drove Jobe insane was that you can have your meeting caption, basically meaning you could have a transcript of our call right now. Which is fantastic. I would love it. You would love it. And then you say, OK, good will can I am Can I download it? Download the transcripts. And no, you can't do that. What? No reason. Well, hey, Could I use your transcript feature as a translation feature, so that if I was talking to somebody from another country that they could understand what I was saying, No. So you can't do that Get this is Google that is the King of Translation app. I mean, everybody loves a translation app. So that drove me nuts, And there's also a lot of features. They say air coming soon meet is free through September 30th. And then it's going well still have a free version, but they're going to be pushing people to do the paid version. The other one that's up in the top. 10 is Microsoft teams, which really is an app aimed at businesses to have communication among their workers. You could do video meetings there. You could also do meetings with people outside the organization. But it's glitchy. It's tough. The help section is really hard to understand. If most people that use teams do it because they're company has decided that they have to use teams. Okay, so my favorite of the alternatives if you doctor to use zoom is WebEx. WebEx also has a free version. It's Francisco. They'll letyou talk up to an hour for free there. There's a paid version that will try to get you to do more tools. Primarily recording your meeting to the cloud. You can report it to your computer. I take it, You know, it's a really good go to one from a company that is established. It's their Cisco. You know, I put my trust in them and then the other one, of course, is Skype. So Skype is, though, is the the app that started it. All People were talking to their kids in other countries, and Skype is a little hard to connect to. You have You know if I want to connect to you, Gordon, I have to invite you and then you have to accept my invitation as opposed to me just saying, Hey, let's let's to Skype. Here's the length and now that's how it worked before. There is a process where you can send people link and I did a test with that. On one computer. It was an older computer and My brother couldn't see me, but I knew our computer he could. I think if you're if you're connected to somebody, Skype is fantastic. It's really good audio, but overall zoom is just the easiest thing to use right or speak with Jeff Graham. Personal technology columnist at Yusa today. Also host of a podcast called Talking Tech. His pieces called It zooms Out. What about WebEx? Google Meat or Skype? We tried them all. Here's what we found. All right. So what were some of the other takeaways? Because, really, for most people, I guess at this point we're looking at Plan B with some of these right? Plant the oxygen. Yes, You should have, you know, practice with one of the other ones and have it ready in case it doesn't work. That's what I was doing. You know, have hangouts isn't working. Well, go to Skype. Skype isn't working will go to Facetime. You know, you just had have your backups have be signed in register. You confirm that it will work and have it there. Certainly the schools should have a bathroom. If you're teaching and resumes not working. You better have a pretty good bathroom. Thanks, Jeff Jefferson Grim. Personal technology reporter at Yusa today, also host of a podcast called Talking Tech 21 minutes now in front of the hour on this weekend. Do you wake up during the night and have trouble falling back asleep. Restore your natural sleep function with drug free rein fresh first and only continuous.

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Pentagon orders shutdown of Stars and Stripes newspaper

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Pentagon orders shutdown of Stars and Stripes newspaper

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"yusa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"yusa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Him through the Facebook link carpool Yusa. Dot com Samat bears air traffic. I raised the money for charity earlier this afternoon by repelling down a 20 wasn't a 23 storey building 23 stores there Ohio and Meridian. And so they stretch in or ah, So you had one of those straps like I picture you like the squeezes your butt together. It was like I was a very large jockstrap. You felt it right and everything I thought I was kind of in a video. Not for secondly, that you find on an adult website. Nothing. I saw you walking around here in the hallway earlier, a bit wet spy on khaki shorts like a giant lucky Peter say it's like a Web brown spot. What I did was on the way I was going to explain this. I mean, I got a chili dog on the way back on the street, and that's built colour shorts. And I had the wife off the chillies. And that looks like excrement on my shirt. So wonderful How much money did you raise and who was a fool? 3600 and O is for the United Way of central Indiana. So the money is going to stay pretty much local here in the WNBC listeners did that in two days, $36. Congratulate. How long did it take you to get down building About 15 seconds really know? And I was about 12 minutes. I think. Yeah, it's Yeah. It took a minute. And were you scared me? I felt safe. I had a lot of adrenaline in May. And it's just one of those things where you know you get a Follow the instructions. You actually have to listen to what they tell you. Before you do it, You know something you want to do, you know? Well, congratulations of glad you're okay. There's Matt Bear WNBC traffic, So, Yeah, it was a great time. And thanks to everybody that donated we're looking a westbound 70 south bound 65 70 and there is a fresh and that's going to be in the left lane. Okay..

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"yusa" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"yusa" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Is Yusa Radio News. Working from home. I'm Chad Todd, Veterinarian consultant. A limp L's. Here's some tips for keeping your dog fit while staying at home. Find 15 minutes twice a day and walk your pet at a decent pace around your place. Play hide and seek by hiding some kibble or favorite toys and letting your dog find them. If you have stairs in your dog is mobile walk up and down twice a day for 5 to 10 minutes. Or better yet, try a power walking your terrorists or backyard for some fresh air there more helpful pet care tips that you move dot com spelled. Why you move dot com. In these days of political correctness, NASA is joining the ever growing list of organizations and companies reexamining its naming system, removing names that are insensitive and harmful from its vocabulary. And Jemima. The chicks Lady, a Mrs Butterworth's in the Washington football team. And now celestial objects are undergoing a rebrand Eskimo Nebula and the Siamese twins. Galaxies are just two examples of nicknames that will be retired, according to the space agency. Many indigenous people consider Eskimo as a derogatory term because of non native colonizers using it. You mean eater of raw meat meaning barbarism. In June, Dreyer's ice cream dropped the name Eskimo Pie after nearly 100 years. Reality television star Simon Cowell's has been scheduled for surgery after breaking his back at his California home cowl fell while testing an electric bike in Malibu. The television personality initially has been doing fine under observation, beginning his career as a record producer in the eighties and nineties. Cowl rose to fame in early two thousand's. As Thie, cranky judge on American Idol, He became a household name with his often blunt and harsh commentary. Two contestants of the reality. Siri's, The judge has gone on to participate in produce similarly formatted reality show. Oh, such as the X factor and America's got talent. He's also been credited with the success of numerous musical artists.

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"yusa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"yusa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Yusa. You. Traffic on the fives. Math Fair in the WNBC traffic center. What's going on Tony Keystone Park Way a little bit slow 96th Street after 116th and if you're heading eastbound at the Hancock County Well, you're going to start to drag after mountain never rode that quite stay Road nine, but close enough traffic sponsored by Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership Indianapolis Neighborhood Housing Partnership helping marrying Kelly. Residents prepare for home ownership, including the unexpected learn Maura and I n h p d organs I n h p d ord. I'm Man Pair with traffic on the fives. Follow us on Twitter at W IBC traffic 63 degrees in the American Standard Cooling Weather Center the time right now. Is 8 45 delay the Indy 500 practice. 525 100 practice has been delayed by one day. Why? I don't know. I'd love an answer. I would love to understand why this is So the first day for drivers of practice and fans take their seats delayed as AH. With Stevie. Is reporting. So was I MB. Sorry, I said the 12 13.

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"yusa" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:24 min | 2 years ago

"yusa" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Let's talk a little bit of a major league baseball with Bob Nightingale of Yusa today, joining us today on the show, Bob Appreciate you coming on. My pleasure. Thank you. We are days away from opening day of the Major League baseball season. How confident are you in Major League Baseball's plan? Well, we work into a teeth. I mean, ah, last week only had 1/2 a percent of guys to test the pawns of in baseball. Ah, five. By players one staff member, so people take it seriously in doing his right, Of course. You know, the first big summit block it was today. Clinic in government enough that the Blue Jays will not be playing one of the season. So now they have decided, you know what do you play in Buffalo? Do you play in the ST Pete's share it with the raise? Artie, do you own spring training site? Dunning in Florida. So this is our first big test and, you know, first alternate plan the video. Do you have any indication of what Toronto might do? Because it seems a little odd to me that hockey got approved, so the maple leaves were able to play but the baseball team is itjust doesn't connect. Yeah, It's just I think the big thing was On hockey is made to bubbles to bubbles only so no one's traveling in on a country so their big thing wass and baseball you gotto go in another country, and we went into quarantine for 14 days. Obviously, that can't happen to baseball. So that was a big difference. Right now We're talking to Bob Nightingale with Yusa today about Major League baseball's plan. Have there been Mork conversation, So I host out radio in Kansas City. So the entire Royals catching staff just caught the virus over the last 10 days. Have there been conversations about what to do if that scenario happens, because it's one thing for that to happen when you're going through this summer camp. It's another thing that happened when an entire position group is going to be out throughout the course of the season. And that's why they have the 60 players. You know, the extra player pool will be training, you know, close by with 100 miles in most cases to prevent that aura. Fortified that if that happens, Yeah, you're You're absolutely right. If you know if your whole Chechen court goes down deep trouble riding NASA, few managers do you have there catchers know lockers, different places. They said, no, That's what I would do. I would make sure that their lockers are so far in the clubhouse in each other, because you really you can't have that happen when they obviously don't want five or six starters to go down. But your catcher? That's that's huge. There doesn't appear to be a uniform plan. When it comes to fans know fans. Artificial crowd know his crowd noise, and it seems like they're leaving it up to the respective clubs. Do you think we see at some point this baseball season fans allowed to attend the games? Perhaps at the at the very end. I don't think for the first month maybe we'll see over the last couple weeks and post season But, you know, I know New York is fine right now. We'll you know, we'll see given that stays put Who would imagine that New York would be when the state the states, So I think it's possible that no one uh, the cubs that regularly and my pillows, cardinals of ballpark Village, you know they're going to have fans right across the street. So you know, we could see that happened. Maybe you know up to maybe 1/4 percent. Capacity. About There were some issues over the last couple of weeks. Whether it was with the Cubs or the Cardinal's. I believe when it came to getting the response back for the test. Is there going to be a faster way of doing it? Because my question will be in this scenario? Let's say that a player takes the test in the morning, but you don't get the results back in time for the game. What happens in that scenario? There's just so many moving parts in this I'm curious if if in this scenario if if if they're gonna have the results before every player's allowed to take the field. Yeah, I mean, least there's a second testing site now Jersey believe it is and ah, and we'll see what happened. You almost these games in the night games, So you know, give more time for the test results came in. That's you know, that's certainly concerned, but they help it happened because they have a bunch of guys don't have results back. I could see them saying You know what? I'm not taking the field into that game is beginning to postpone, you know, make it double here the next day, or some like that which baseball certainly doesn't want No one is like you know everyone to watch the games for 67 hours in two. It's just The social distancing part. You know, it's not good to have, you know a group of guys together for that long a period. Right now We're talking to Bob Nightingale of Yusa today for a couple more minutes about Major League baseball as we are days away, now, less than a week until the opening day for this upcoming baseball season. Who were some sleepers at you like an American league? Who were some sleepers you like in the National League? Because my belief is Due to how short the season is. And this being a sprint. One team from the American League We're not expecting is going to make the playoffs and the same thing for the National League. No, I'm with you there. Everybody's got a chance to be the first baseball season history where No one's mascot math. Nick eliminated before September is going crazy. Ah! I kind of like you know that the Sheikh Pixar in Cincinnati that whites acts upon grace. I like the veteran team. It seems in the bed together. Um, you know, I feel like this Francisco giants. Friends is another lost Buster Posey. Give me a whole lot better than people think it's because those guys have been together. They want a couple, you know. I have been around for three World series together, at least two of them and you know that sort of thing so I could see the Giants being a surprise in the In the national aid, You know, American League Ah Ah team like itself. This year's an Astro just because there's no no fans. No one's gonna born men. The groundskeepers that's about it. Ah, I like Oakland A's a lot to be a surprise team, but I, but I like them before the pandemic. Shut everything down. Um yeah, we'll see about seems like the White Sox and stuff. I just think it's Asking too much for young players. All of a sudden, you'll blossom. Ah, you know, same with the Cincinnati Reds video out veterans, but a.

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"Welcome to letyou know Yusa Marina Hossam. Today a Bolivian drug smuggler and his long road to redemption. A story from our vault producer and risk a hero brings us the story of Miguel. Unhealthy, Very sensual. Whose dreams of becoming the next Julia Glass? Yes. Turn into a fight for forgiveness and survival. Here's under this. In 1986 Musician Maykel ankle Be every since you was sitting with his friends at a restaurant in a small town in injured body, Olivia's tropical region. At the time. This place was also an epicenter for cocaine production. The owner of the restaurant, interrupts his conversation and tells me like that. Someone at the door is looking for him. He gets up slowly. He starts walking toward the door and The first bullet went through his job before he even hit the ground. The second bullet hit his spine. He lay stunned on the ground, and when he tried to getting up, he noticed that his legs weren't responding. To make sure that he was dead. The gunman fired two more times. His friends immediately threw him in the back of a pickup and rushed him through the jungle to the nearest hospital. And by the way, we hired an actor to translate me like those words thunder. The most likely scenario is bleeding to death on the way to the hospital. So when I realized that I was about to die, I decide to have a conversation with gun. Imagine a drug smuggler speaking with God, but that's what happened. Is that the way I saw it? Drug smuggling was just the business. It wasn't a crime, And while he was bleeding to death, he managed to praying. Don't you let me live? I promise. I will dedicate what's left of my life to serving. You. Forgive me three decades later, certain that the reason he's even alive. Today is because of that prayer on the way to the hospital. He's convinced that that day God had mercy on him, but the damage from the bullets that ripped through his body left him without the use of his legs and in a wheelchair permanently. The's days he visits churches all over Southern California, singing original songs about his spiritual awakening. Maybe Lincoln sits in an SUV parked in front of a church, where he's often invited to sing. He's wearing a button.

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