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"janine janine" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

06:27 min | Last month

"janine janine" Discussed on The Young Turks

"You're watching the young turks. I'm your host anna casts burian and we have show ahead for you guys our to john. Zarrella host of the damage report will be joining me to help me. Do some of these stories share our houses and our thoughts on. What's in the news today in the first hour. We'll talk about how. Elizabeth warren has proposed new legislation to ensure the corporations pay a minimum tax. But i'll explain why she and angus king who also took part in that proposal. Get no cookies. So get a load. That story later in the first hour. We'll also talk about The school district in tennessee that has parents so furious about a mask mandate for elementary students that they're literally threatening healthcare professionals to their faces so we got some fun video to share on that story and more but before we get to any of that just wanted to encourage you guys to like and share the stream if you're watching us on youtube if you're not maybe go on youtube and like share the stream anyway. That would really really help us out with the algorithm. You know the internet's they they like it. They like it when you like things and share it and we like it when you like things to share it. So thank you in advance for doing that. And with further with no further ado. Why don't we move onto our first story. The senate has officially approved a three point five trillion dollar budget blueprint now. This is a resolution meaning that they haven't actually voted on the final legislation yet. But this is the reconciliation bill that we've been talking about for months and months the very bill that includes all of the agenda items in biden's infrastructure package. That didn't actually make it in the bipartisan infrastructure. Package now that includes much of what was again left out of biden's proposals in his infrastructure proposal and of course not a single. Gop lawmaker in the senate voted in favor of it but that was to be expected again. This is the three point five trillion dollar bill that includes things like child care elder. Care here let me give you a list of Provisions that are included That was provided by bernie sanders to jeff stein of the washington post. It includes child tax benefits universal pre-k paid family and medical. Leave tuition free community. College lower prescription drug costs. Dental hearing vision medicare expansion housing home-care major climate action immigration immigration reform specifically pertaining to. Dhaka recipients it also includes a lower medicare age meaning that It seeks to expand medicare to cover more individuals obamacare expansion increasing physical supply. And also. i don't i'm gonna keep it real. I don't know what increasing physical supply means. but it does have important. Provisions that do fund certain things that help ordinary americans rather than corporate america. And where would the revenue come from. It would come from a beefed up. irs meaning that it would be funded To do the audits necessary on tax dodgers at the very top it would tax the rich tax corporations and also implement fees on polluters and it would include medicare negotiations. Now that's a summary of the bill the reason why we're giving you summaries because we don't have the actual legislation in front of us yet. Because all they did was vote on a blueprint. They didn't vote on the end legislation. They just voted on this blueprint and it passed with every democratic senator voting in favor of it. So that's positive news except we're already hearing that while some of these corporate democrats in the senate voted in favor of the resolution. They're unlikely to vote in favor of the final bill because they have issues with. Let's keep it real taxing. The rich now the chamber's approval of the budget framework came after an hours long spectacle known as voter rama The process is where senators are allowed to offer an open limited number of largely meaningless and non-binding provision so non-binding means that. Nothing's going to happen right. They propose these provisions they debate the provision. They give their floor speeches about these provisions but at the end of the day. These amendments to the resolution are in fact non-binding. Now senator ron wyden. Who's the chair of the senate. Finance committee offered an amendment expressing support for tax increases on the nation's rich zero point one percent the measure actually failed it failed. Why did it fail because senators kirsten cinema. Janine janine shaheen and maggie hasson joined every republican in voting. No so that's a red flag. Because that made it very clear that there are several democratic lawmakers in the senate who have a problem with increasing taxes on the rich in order to pay for some of the provisions in this more robust bill. Now it's now being referred to as a budget bill. It was originally referred to as the second half of the infrastructure. Bill the reconciliation version that allows for its passage with a simple majority in the senate But it's clear that Cureton cinema who has no problem infuriating her own base her own. Constituents would fight this legislation when it comes down to a final vote in the senate the three point five trillion dollar budget resolution. Now heads to the house which can either pass the measure as is or amend it and send it back to the senate house. Democratic majority leader steny hoyer announced tuesday that the lower chamber will cut his recess short to take up the measure on august. twenty third. So the real question now is what is likely to happen once. This legislation makes its way to the house because there has unfortunately also been Some push-back from corporate democrats in the house now in the house democrats do have a majority. It isn't a large enough majority to prevent a block of corporate democrats From stopping its passage..

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"janine janine" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:32 min | 8 months ago

"janine janine" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Arizona's news station Katya, Our News, 92 3 FM. You're locked in to the gate owes and chat show. I'm looking at a video. Of it's snowing in Scottsdale. So add that to the list, you see that one Maculan She eating in there? It's my lunchtime. You know, it is every day about nobody. Yes, I do. It's an accident. I've had an accident. But I ask you, it's not like I look over there. See you chewing and say, Let's put her on the air accidents. That would be Ruth. Yeah. So you do up Scottsdale? Yes, I had with Scott. Sounds awesome from East Mesa. We convert last places. Yeah. Right. Uh, where? Let's see. It was East Mesa, Scottsdale, Wickenburg and carry careful. Very cool. Smith's is amazing. Amazing. It's there almost never happens every few years. You get some snow. Usually it's hail. We're not talking about the hail on the ground. That kind of looks like snow. There was actual snow to call it earlier. I called the garage garage below You. Call it sleuths. I called What is it? Grapple? I corrupt Garoppolo. Because he's a quarterback for the 40 Niners. I guess I was thinking. What's that actress's name? Janine Janine Gravel garage below. You see the comedian? Yeah, she's the far left to me. She's kind of a comedian kind of Kind of community. She the one that was on Seinfeld is the girlfriend wants Or is that not now? I don't I don't know. I'm not a big fluke. You know, By the way, Jason BZ. You were familiar with our good friend. Here you somebody to say, Rainy days and Mondays? What a song very underrated. As you shot down the carpenters, either. We thought they sing Christmas songs. They did some other things, okay? 30,000 people about power across the valley. Lot of rain and Talisman Goodyear in Avondale. It's been kind of crazy out there by the good thing is hopefully it'll get You know, a little bit better is to drive goes because from Florida six or seven, That's where everybody's on the road. You would rather see it, you know happen between somewhere I guess what Too. It was like one o'clock. 23 with brother was really bad on that's when the roads are obviously less traveled, But you get to four o'clock and everybody's on the road. Five. Certainly. So it was We Pablo and I went down really quick. Next door to get some about 11 30. It was darkish and it was cool. There was some but by the time 12 12 15 year old round start get real dark. By the time we were doing our show meeting. It was almost pitch black time We kicked off. It was like, Yeah, do this. Well, now it's we got blue skies here seems a little sunshine poking through. There's no doubt by the way I was reading this this weekend. There was a huge protest in Russia because they took the volley Who's like that? Putin's rival, so they gotta got poisoned? Yeah, across the country. One of the places are you ready for this? The high was minus 58 0. So what we're talking about how chilly it is. It was minus 58. People went outdoors toe protest. You must care a lot. That's determination right there, Minus 58. It was it got down to 36th at Sky Harbor, and we all complain. We'll complain like my goodness. I'd put on a windbreak arms wrapped up to your nose in my mittens. I'm telling you, this is not a joke. When it's 60. I got the long Johns on. I'm freezing. Absolutely I did. That's the way I am. Now. My my blood is that I'm just so here. So here's Lloyd, the weather bunny. Let's just say this. Lloyd.

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"janine janine" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"janine janine" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"And going to the museums and and sitting around and basements freezing did that looking at Old. Charlie Chan movies there's something you know I mean and I. It's. It's a part of the history of film education that gets lost and Of course we all did it for the passion we had for it but. I had grown up realizing working in movie theater going to the movies constantly how great American films really were and how over-simplified. So many of the attitudes about the more. But also how very very stylish they were how much they presented film as film treated it with such imagination and creativity but always with the idea of the audience in mind the audience. must become involved in the story you're telling stories and you have to tell a good story and these things are just so important I I was teaching you know Sam Fuller in nineteen seventy auto primer and and you know these people but occur these people didn't really become popular in college classrooms until way later but I do put those films you you are. My. Great example of why why you're so good at what you do is that you are. Highly. Qualified Academic who grow ushering in a movie house. That's right. I earned I might feet x your most important for. Sure it is. It is recommended to everybody except now they're no more ushers in probably with Ed, according to the pundits, no more movie theaters in another five minutes they're probably closing all well in this the pandemic they are close but isn't it wonderful? How great I am? Off. A little bit much for me but I do I love movies we're not trying to embarrass you. Just try to set the stage. What are. What our audience doesn't know is why you're so important to us and why we will gush all damn day will anyone who knows johnny? That's the thing as I say Janine Janine. Holds a very big place in a lot of people's hearts now in in our case you and my dad met when. He was just a kid. I think he was in his cradle. I think. But the part two of that is that you met my mom before my parents got married and your first people to give your blessing. So yes, in our family and that still means the world's in my mother but in our family, that's part of why not only are you this? They say icon instill but also your incredibly precious to us you talk about when you first met. Okay well. I have to jump ahead. Save one other thing. We're.

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"janine janine" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

09:27 min | 1 year ago

"janine janine" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"I mean either. You know you have a productive cough. I Sift Sift litterbox is four times a day when I'm at home but that's not the same as writing Jo Leinen. I always love. It takes a village that must have been a day where there were no bears around or Org. She was running from a bear and she'd saw Joe Lean to. How does the Joe Lean Sonko? I can't remember Joelene. Janine Janine Janine yeah and that's could have been that hard to write. Their House bandleader lean. Okay Joe Lean Jolie leaned Jolie Joe. She should've third song that day. There's more to it than that. It's it's a woman done wrong now. We like to own up to our mistakes on the show. Oh we have a special department for that. oops we made a terrible mistake. We made a terrible mistake. I still think we're challenged in terms of naming departments but that is a department and we have an update for that department. We have yes we do. We have an oops. We made a terrible mistake. We we have yes. We had Jim Hardy on the show. He's the director of Park operations at tree people and he was concerned that when he was on we had an explained accurately how difficult it is to grow a tree from a seed specifically elementary. So he sent a better explanation to Bonnie burn now. I have a problem with that right there. What's that Captain Krankl? Bonnie Burns your manager our producer. Yeah Y- famously. Once spent twenty five minutes on in this podcast tried to explain how she didn't get his song up on I tunes like probably one of the world's worst explainers so my doesn't know that career expert. Jim Hardy doesn't know because he sent this explanation to Bonnie Yeah and now we're somewhat obligated to do what I always dread doing which is bringing her up to the Mike Dove move succinctly conveyed. Jim Stop I think she can do it this time I really do. Party's GonNa explain what Jim Hardy emailed her about. How to to grow a lemon tree from a seed? Okay all right well then with no further ado. I'd like to welcome my friend. And my nemesis. Bonnie Johny Burns captain critical to the show. She is combined you can put down this chips destroying in another bag of chips. Jim Only knows me in the manager capacity and I'm right on target and that chop yes. Absolutely there's no better. Yeah you're you're great eight manager now. So what did Jim tell you. Okay so this is starting remember. Jim was on the show. I I obviously on the show. You asked a question about about. Do you have to be an idiot to try to plant a lemon tree. Not Try and glow Woah lemon tree from a lemon seat. Yeah which is the same as planning but anyways thank God then he sent an email and he said this is what I was kinda trying trying to say okay and he said Oh he said this is what I was trying to get. Okay never here. uh-huh we are splitting hairs. Weird land stickle over that. I wasn't talking about planning and I was talking about growing trees receiving you plan. Okay Lemon trees. It's producer or not carbon copies of the parent and may take five or more years to fruit with the resulting food generally. Why are you looking at me like that? I'm taken away defensive. Stop looking at you like. Why are you warning me? Okay okay all right of the parent may take five or more years to Phuc with the rezoning food. Generally inferior to those of the parents for that matter resulting take carrier parent. What was that up? Resulting is inferior to the parent. Yeah Wow we've had that in our home for that matter you're growing lemon tree. Seeds may never produce fruit but it is a fun experiment and the resulting tree will no doubt be a lovely the living citrus specimen. Wait a minute I don't understand I don't understand either so it's it didn't say that it wouldn't produce fruit if I just said I thought it said the fruit would be inferior to the antics. He said four to six years or something. Yeah he said for six years. Yeah can you look back and see when it talks about the parent the the the offspring tree being inferior does it say that it won't produce fruit. It said it would take four to six years to produce fruit route and it might not at all. Well I want to listen to this explanation. Forty six years to produce fruit if it does no it said had ever let it may never produce all right. So here's the important information. This is what we need to share with our listeners. When you put the seed in the ground don't bother having a stranger Anna pitcher waiting to make lemonade? Eh Dot time. Yeah Yeah you could maybe go in and do some chores. Yeah you before. The Lebanon appears so that you should never say this. You should never say oh. I can't plan to lemon entry. I don't have a trainer. Yeah exactly what you can do. Is You know if you're gonNA give birth for example you might say well. We'll have lemonade for you. Know the baby's ABC fifth birthday. And then or maybe we won't are. We maybe not my money. You once planted a lemon tree. This is why why you had this question right right because right excellent you can leave it right there. Let's say the first thing comes to think it over my daughter and I as a bodied activity decided did we would plant seeds and see if we could. Also Bonnie activity are made those terrible truck and butter fingers write your daughter Oregon Dover successful activity that ever happened. We bought horses as a bonding activity. So your kid came to you and said you you know I just don't feel that connected to you. Could we know it when you know when your kids were really young in school. You didn't have that atom. Where where they teach them like? I had the thing where they were young in school right. Now take a lemon seed and then you fold it up in the White Paper Towel. We did that now with a potato. I believe the other thing is that was my uncle but no I don't want. Where do you get the paper towel? Where do you get the idea? That it's a bonding activities typifies. Because we know we squeeze lemons. We had a lot of seeds so it was like. Hey why don't we plant this. Then I went on the Internet. I found out like how you do that. We ordered pot apart from Amazon. I researched what can soil so far dissipation at all. We sounds like your daughter gets you. You should keep saying she kept saying mom. I want to sit on your lap. Mom I wanNA talk to you and you said pots. What's is Ronnie Peruta picture of mother and daughter Lemon trees right so we got just sort of our listeners out there no what I'm looking at and by the way thanks for bringing visually cheers potch with dirt but they both have little saplings? Coming sprouts coming out of them. This was the ones you guys did. These are your lemon trees right so in the beginning you're very excited because you've got the seed it's sprouts there's big long sprout and take exactly you find it hard in the pot a little things growing these pots in the picture. Look like they're in a table in a small mall area funding. Were you able to step away from her at all or did you both keep crashing into each other. I'm trying to look at it. No I'm trying to look at it. The pots a really close. I apart from each other we're bonding you're taking turns making sure the other but in any case you'd never you didn't end up with lemon trees. No because then somebody said to me. You don't take seven years for that big fruit when he just go. Buy a little lemon tree and watch that grow. Well what did you do with these. They're like lane back right. Not attending them. No you know after a while like months. Jesus you don't get a good bonding. I'm just going to let the treat. I was Wesley did we. Don't follow through on things so that was a that. was more of a self awareness activities to talk with a better under figures walked away from the chocolate having case that she wasn't cute. Little Cat store for you. Do Yeah Okay Galler before you go ahead and tell me that cute cat story. You're Cuba cat. Stories are rarely cute. No this is a good one. So my cat talks the other day licked all the fake butter off my raisin toast while I was making.

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"janine janine" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

09:27 min | 1 year ago

"janine janine" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"I mean either. You know you have a productive cough. I Sift Sift litterbox is four times a day when I'm at home but that's not the same as writing Jo Leinen. I always love. It takes a village that must have been a day where there were no bears around or Org. She was running from a bear and she'd saw Joe Lean to. How does the Joe Lean Sonko? I can't remember Joelene. Janine Janine Janine yeah and that's could have been that hard to write. Their House bandleader lean. Okay Joe Lean Jolie leaned Jolie Joe. She should've third song that day. There's more to it than that. It's it's a woman done wrong now. We like to own up to our mistakes on the show. Oh we have a special department for that. oops we made a terrible mistake. We made a terrible mistake. I still think we're challenged in terms of naming departments but that is a department and we have an update for that department. We have yes we do. We have an oops. We made a terrible mistake. We we have yes. We had Jim Hardy on the show. He's the director of Park operations at tree people and he was concerned that when he was on we had an explained accurately how difficult it is to grow a tree from a seed specifically elementary. So he sent a better explanation to Bonnie burn now. I have a problem with that right there. What's that Captain Krankl? Bonnie Burns your manager our producer. Yeah Y- famously. Once spent twenty five minutes on in this podcast tried to explain how she didn't get his song up on I tunes like probably one of the world's worst explainers so my doesn't know that career expert. Jim Hardy doesn't know because he sent this explanation to Bonnie Yeah and now we're somewhat obligated to do what I always dread doing which is bringing her up to the Mike Dove move succinctly conveyed. Jim Stop I think she can do it this time I really do. Party's GonNa explain what Jim Hardy emailed her about. How to to grow a lemon tree from a seed? Okay all right well then with no further ado. I'd like to welcome my friend. And my nemesis. Bonnie Johny Burns captain critical to the show. She is combined you can put down this chips destroying in another bag of chips. Jim Only knows me in the manager capacity and I'm right on target and that chop yes. Absolutely there's no better. Yeah you're you're great eight manager now. So what did Jim tell you. Okay so this is starting remember. Jim was on the show. I I obviously on the show. You asked a question about about. Do you have to be an idiot to try to plant a lemon tree. Not Try and glow Woah lemon tree from a lemon seat. Yeah which is the same as planning but anyways thank God then he sent an email and he said this is what I was kinda trying trying to say okay and he said Oh he said this is what I was trying to get. Okay never here. uh-huh we are splitting hairs. Weird land stickle over that. I wasn't talking about planning and I was talking about growing trees receiving you plan. Okay Lemon trees. It's producer or not carbon copies of the parent and may take five or more years to fruit with the resulting food generally. Why are you looking at me like that? I'm taken away defensive. Stop looking at you like. Why are you warning me? Okay okay all right of the parent may take five or more years to Phuc with the rezoning food. Generally inferior to those of the parents for that matter resulting take carrier parent. What was that up? Resulting is inferior to the parent. Yeah Wow we've had that in our home for that matter you're growing lemon tree. Seeds may never produce fruit but it is a fun experiment and the resulting tree will no doubt be a lovely the living citrus specimen. Wait a minute I don't understand I don't understand either so it's it didn't say that it wouldn't produce fruit if I just said I thought it said the fruit would be inferior to the antics. He said four to six years or something. Yeah he said for six years. Yeah can you look back and see when it talks about the parent the the the offspring tree being inferior does it say that it won't produce fruit. It said it would take four to six years to produce fruit route and it might not at all. Well I want to listen to this explanation. Forty six years to produce fruit if it does no it said had ever let it may never produce all right. So here's the important information. This is what we need to share with our listeners. When you put the seed in the ground don't bother having a stranger Anna pitcher waiting to make lemonade? Eh Dot time. Yeah Yeah you could maybe go in and do some chores. Yeah you before. The Lebanon appears so that you should never say this. You should never say oh. I can't plan to lemon entry. I don't have a trainer. Yeah exactly what you can do. Is You know if you're gonNA give birth for example you might say well. We'll have lemonade for you. Know the baby's ABC fifth birthday. And then or maybe we won't are. We maybe not my money. You once planted a lemon tree. This is why why you had this question right right because right excellent you can leave it right there. Let's say the first thing comes to think it over my daughter and I as a bodied activity decided did we would plant seeds and see if we could. Also Bonnie activity are made those terrible truck and butter fingers write your daughter Oregon Dover successful activity that ever happened. We bought horses as a bonding activity. So your kid came to you and said you you know I just don't feel that connected to you. Could we know it when you know when your kids were really young in school. You didn't have that atom. Where where they teach them like? I had the thing where they were young in school right. Now take a lemon seed and then you fold it up in the White Paper Towel. We did that now with a potato. I believe the other thing is that was my uncle but no I don't want. Where do you get the paper towel? Where do you get the idea? That it's a bonding activities typifies. Because we know we squeeze lemons. We had a lot of seeds so it was like. Hey why don't we plant this. Then I went on the Internet. I found out like how you do that. We ordered pot apart from Amazon. I researched what can soil so far dissipation at all. We sounds like your daughter gets you. You should keep saying she kept saying mom. I want to sit on your lap. Mom I wanNA talk to you and you said pots. What's is Ronnie Peruta picture of mother and daughter Lemon trees right so we got just sort of our listeners out there no what I'm looking at and by the way thanks for bringing visually cheers potch with dirt but they both have little saplings? Coming sprouts coming out of them. This was the ones you guys did. These are your lemon trees right so in the beginning you're very excited because you've got the seed it's sprouts there's big long sprout and take exactly you find it hard in the pot a little things growing these pots in the picture. Look like they're in a table in a small mall area funding. Were you able to step away from her at all or did you both keep crashing into each other. I'm trying to look at it. No I'm trying to look at it. The pots a really close. I apart from each other we're bonding you're taking turns making sure the other but in any case you'd never you didn't end up with lemon trees. No because then somebody said to me. You don't take seven years for that big fruit when he just go. Buy a little lemon tree and watch that grow. Well what did you do with these. They're like lane back right. Not attending them. No you know after a while like months. Jesus you don't get a good bonding. I'm just going to let the treat. I was Wesley did we. Don't follow through on things so that was a that. was more of a self awareness activities to talk with a better under figures walked away from the chocolate having case that she wasn't cute. Little Cat store for you. Do Yeah Okay Galler before you go ahead and tell me that cute cat story. You're Cuba cat. Stories are rarely cute. No this is a good one. So my cat talks the other day licked all the fake butter off my raisin toast while I was making.

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"janine janine" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

09:27 min | 1 year ago

"janine janine" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"I mean either. You know you have a productive cough. I Sift Sift litterbox is four times a day when I'm at home but that's not the same as writing Jo Leinen. I always love. It takes a village that must have been a day where there were no bears around or Org. She was running from a bear and she'd saw Joe Lean to. How does the Joe Lean Sonko? I can't remember Joelene. Janine Janine Janine yeah and that's could have been that hard to write. Their House bandleader lean. Okay Joe Lean Jolie leaned Jolie Joe. She should've third song that day. There's more to it than that. It's it's a woman done wrong now. We like to own up to our mistakes on the show. Oh we have a special department for that. oops we made a terrible mistake. We made a terrible mistake. I still think we're challenged in terms of naming departments but that is a department and we have an update for that department. We have yes we do. We have an oops. We made a terrible mistake. We we have yes. We had Jim Hardy on the show. He's the director of Park operations at tree people and he was concerned that when he was on we had an explained accurately how difficult it is to grow a tree from a seed specifically elementary. So he sent a better explanation to Bonnie burn now. I have a problem with that right there. What's that Captain Krankl? Bonnie Burns your manager our producer. Yeah Y- famously. Once spent twenty five minutes on in this podcast tried to explain how she didn't get his song up on I tunes like probably one of the world's worst explainers so my doesn't know that career expert. Jim Hardy doesn't know because he sent this explanation to Bonnie Yeah and now we're somewhat obligated to do what I always dread doing which is bringing her up to the Mike Dove move succinctly conveyed. Jim Stop I think she can do it this time I really do. Party's GonNa explain what Jim Hardy emailed her about. How to to grow a lemon tree from a seed? Okay all right well then with no further ado. I'd like to welcome my friend. And my nemesis. Bonnie Johny Burns captain critical to the show. She is combined you can put down this chips destroying in another bag of chips. Jim Only knows me in the manager capacity and I'm right on target and that chop yes. Absolutely there's no better. Yeah you're you're great eight manager now. So what did Jim tell you. Okay so this is starting remember. Jim was on the show. I I obviously on the show. You asked a question about about. Do you have to be an idiot to try to plant a lemon tree. Not Try and glow Woah lemon tree from a lemon seat. Yeah which is the same as planning but anyways thank God then he sent an email and he said this is what I was kinda trying trying to say okay and he said Oh he said this is what I was trying to get. Okay never here. uh-huh we are splitting hairs. Weird land stickle over that. I wasn't talking about planning and I was talking about growing trees receiving you plan. Okay Lemon trees. It's producer or not carbon copies of the parent and may take five or more years to fruit with the resulting food generally. Why are you looking at me like that? I'm taken away defensive. Stop looking at you like. Why are you warning me? Okay okay all right of the parent may take five or more years to Phuc with the rezoning food. Generally inferior to those of the parents for that matter resulting take carrier parent. What was that up? Resulting is inferior to the parent. Yeah Wow we've had that in our home for that matter you're growing lemon tree. Seeds may never produce fruit but it is a fun experiment and the resulting tree will no doubt be a lovely the living citrus specimen. Wait a minute I don't understand I don't understand either so it's it didn't say that it wouldn't produce fruit if I just said I thought it said the fruit would be inferior to the antics. He said four to six years or something. Yeah he said for six years. Yeah can you look back and see when it talks about the parent the the the offspring tree being inferior does it say that it won't produce fruit. It said it would take four to six years to produce fruit route and it might not at all. Well I want to listen to this explanation. Forty six years to produce fruit if it does no it said had ever let it may never produce all right. So here's the important information. This is what we need to share with our listeners. When you put the seed in the ground don't bother having a stranger Anna pitcher waiting to make lemonade? Eh Dot time. Yeah Yeah you could maybe go in and do some chores. Yeah you before. The Lebanon appears so that you should never say this. You should never say oh. I can't plan to lemon entry. I don't have a trainer. Yeah exactly what you can do. Is You know if you're gonNA give birth for example you might say well. We'll have lemonade for you. Know the baby's ABC fifth birthday. And then or maybe we won't are. We maybe not my money. You once planted a lemon tree. This is why why you had this question right right because right excellent you can leave it right there. Let's say the first thing comes to think it over my daughter and I as a bodied activity decided did we would plant seeds and see if we could. Also Bonnie activity are made those terrible truck and butter fingers write your daughter Oregon Dover successful activity that ever happened. We bought horses as a bonding activity. So your kid came to you and said you you know I just don't feel that connected to you. Could we know it when you know when your kids were really young in school. You didn't have that atom. Where where they teach them like? I had the thing where they were young in school right. Now take a lemon seed and then you fold it up in the White Paper Towel. We did that now with a potato. I believe the other thing is that was my uncle but no I don't want. Where do you get the paper towel? Where do you get the idea? That it's a bonding activities typifies. Because we know we squeeze lemons. We had a lot of seeds so it was like. Hey why don't we plant this. Then I went on the Internet. I found out like how you do that. We ordered pot apart from Amazon. I researched what can soil so far dissipation at all. We sounds like your daughter gets you. You should keep saying she kept saying mom. I want to sit on your lap. Mom I wanNA talk to you and you said pots. What's is Ronnie Peruta picture of mother and daughter Lemon trees right so we got just sort of our listeners out there no what I'm looking at and by the way thanks for bringing visually cheers potch with dirt but they both have little saplings? Coming sprouts coming out of them. This was the ones you guys did. These are your lemon trees right so in the beginning you're very excited because you've got the seed it's sprouts there's big long sprout and take exactly you find it hard in the pot a little things growing these pots in the picture. Look like they're in a table in a small mall area funding. Were you able to step away from her at all or did you both keep crashing into each other. I'm trying to look at it. No I'm trying to look at it. The pots a really close. I apart from each other we're bonding you're taking turns making sure the other but in any case you'd never you didn't end up with lemon trees. No because then somebody said to me. You don't take seven years for that big fruit when he just go. Buy a little lemon tree and watch that grow. Well what did you do with these. They're like lane back right. Not attending them. No you know after a while like months. Jesus you don't get a good bonding. I'm just going to let the treat. I was Wesley did we. Don't follow through on things so that was a that. was more of a self awareness activities to talk with a better under figures walked away from the chocolate having case that she wasn't cute. Little Cat store for you. Do Yeah Okay Galler before you go ahead and tell me that cute cat story. You're Cuba cat. Stories are rarely cute. No this is a good one. So my cat talks the other day licked all the fake butter off my raisin toast while I was making.

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"janine janine" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

09:37 min | 1 year ago

"janine janine" Discussed on Car Talk

"Low and welcome to car talk on National Public Radio with us the Talbot Brothers as you already getting Giddy I can see candy. Well we're on the radio. Is that bad bad form. We're broadcasting this this week from the Center for Thanksgiving here Car Talk Plaza and what you have to be thankful for this year I guess there are lots of things to be thankful for. You're yes I'm not. Use It in the studio with me everywhere. Thank you bay. I wonder I guess we could ask callers to today when they call right. What are you thankful for yes? Indeed I'm thankful for having a dodge doctorate to drive around and I'm thankful for not having one man's trash is trash and I'm thankful that my job is finally house trained. Boy I'll tell you. Isn't that a blessing. I mean that's like when your kids get out of diapers better. Don't go around the house all all they do actually have diapers on diapers. The other dog indiscriminate anyway well actually I wanted to discuss. Everyone thinks thinks that that doing a radio show is easy work right and and also in another part of what we do. is We write a newspaper column and Dan. I just wanted people to know that this is not easy. This is work in fact the other day my brother and I and our dear producer. Douglas Cuban were working diligently on writing our newspaper column and just to let people know. Oh out there what it's like. We taped a portion of that. Oh short portion of that work session which my brother was especially productive. Yes can we play that tape Mm Hmm joke was sitting there the office and all of a sudden. He's not answering US anymore. And suddenly these foreign the sounds also from the couch. Bugsy this again this is going to be quiet and this time because this is a real mullick rather laboured. Yeah I don't know what cable honestly I was barreling along like I always jumped. Don't let the smoking passing US afterwards. I recognized as my store nor I love it. You don't get one of those big baller anyway. You'd like to talk to us. Our number is eight. Eight eight car talk. That's one eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five alot year on car. Talk to Nina in Bowling Green Kentucky. Janine I Geneva j. a day Janine Janine now the Thanksgiving the Thanksgiving season is upon us. What are you thankful for well? I'm thankful for two things one that I don't have to in my in laws house and the other that I'll be moving away from bowling green where I am now very soon in your in laws live in bowling green. No they live in Glasgow. which what an even nicer town just a little bit away from your in-laws bothers you? Well well they hate me pretty much. which which one of them hates you more which one of them hates me more? My mother-in-law definitely with Lose mothers-in-law i. I don't know and it's definitely worth for women. Men always think their mothers the Lars so bad but it's not the case had several mothers-in-law that I liked. Every one of them I did did. Yeah but they didn't like you'll not but you're right. It's something about mothers and their sons. I guess I don't know what there is. No no woman in the world who was good enough for a mother's son and therefore they find fault with their son's wives now against unjustified. Goodbye just an eminently likable person. We can tell that. Thank you so we we know why thankful now now. How can we help you? I have in cardiac on the at Grand Damn. It was my college graduation present. I hope my parents don't hear this show. Anyway that's probably more the okay anyway. Ever since I've had it it has this little problem when it rains. If I drive through a puddle it makes his hideous very loud noise. Wake awake at this. I am taxiing down a runway and it doesn't seem to affect the performance really but it's very distressing and I wondered what if I should be concerned and what I could do doing noise. I hear taxing down the runway. It sounds like when they first start the engines. It's that noise you said. This is the famous puzzle that we once used. I have no idea whatsoever but I I have an idea what it is. I mean it's is part of the exhaust system that is contracting rapidly when it hits the water or that weather when the water hits it is setting up a vibration of of either itself or the heat shields around it means nothing to be concerned about. Would you have to go through a sizable puddle for this to happen is that right. It's very sizeable. I mean just forsman average-sized puddles do it. If you break the tunnels in duration you if you're driving along and you income to a puddle which which spans the width of the car. Typically that large at all not even have that big even even have that big as long as you hit it in the water splashes right as long as water splashes all and you know it does seem to last longer the wetter it gets or the longer I'm out out the longer it last this last couple of seconds and sometimes it will last until I turned the car off the noise coming from under the hood or under the car. What's coming from underneath the entire bottom of the car? Yeah no I think it's the exhaust system. I think you can take it to your mechanic. take it to the dealership. They may even have a bulletin on this. There may even be fixed for it wou- but you don't think it's any kind of major thing. I don't think it's serious. So they will. No I think they will know when you describe the problem. They'll say oh Ya and and they will say then they all do that. But don't worry about it. I I wouldn't worry about it don't drive through puddles but but I wouldn't be too concerned but asked them if they if they don't have bulletin if they would be kind enough to put it on the lift in humor you by hosing down the on the side of the car to see if they can reproduce the noise. It could be slipping belt although I doubt it but not to worry not to worry. Janine you'll be somewhere else for Thanksgiving what if I were you worry more about what the in laws are going to say after they hear this show I don't think the NPR tight with sending the tape later thank you. Hey what the heck any kind of discord that you can cause between mother-in-law and her daughter-in-law that's good one. Eight eight car talk. That's eight two seven eight two five five. Hello you're on carts. Look I'm calling about my Ford Explorer. Who are you my name is Sweetie Marbury very sweet? Yes thanks my dad named me. That's your real name. Well it's the only name I've really ever had My Dad started calling me sweetie eighty before I was born and Lou. It's always stuck with me but you have a different name. One on your birth certificate. Yes I do not want to know what it is. I don't tell anyone the I live Durango Colorado in the southwestern part of Colorado and I teach school in Cortez Colorado and so I- commute like like one hundred miles every day and I go over to mountains in my Ford Explorer and I have a one hundred ninety one thousand miles on it and just recently recently my fifth gear. This is why I'm calling my my fifth year. I had to push it into fifth gear and my reverse Kinda crunches when I go into reverse. I and my mechanic said he wanted me to Spend about a thousand dollars on a rebuilt transmission. He's right Oh gosh well I was hoping not. What are you complaining about a hundred ninety one thousand miles on this thing? You've been kissed some people you just can't make them happy you know. I've been driving it as it is and and it's okay. Once I get it into fifth gear I push it and you can do that for a long time. Well you can't do. Any more damage has has already been done at this point. You need a transmission replacement. It's broken well so you keep driving. If that's what Su- keepdriving driving it. I guess that's my question. Should look.

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"janine janine" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"janine janine" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"They both were multiple divorces. And of course i told them i was getting worse. She brought it up first and they said it's. It's never too late to find love. They met in two thousand three and they're both each other's favourite spouses yet so i said thank you for that. Janine janine and steve always come to new york to see shows once a year. You know they love. It and steve never liked musicals until janine. It's something they discovered together. It's great engineer was very perturbed that the actress playing lory was out and we were seeing under study bothered her. I on the other hand was absolutely thrilled about this because as i personally love when people are given a shot i just wanted to say shout out to all the under studies out. There and i don't even mean if you're in theater. I mean if you're one of those people waiting in the wings for your moment. Jackie jaycees you and guess what she did incredible. I'm sure the woman who plays laurie is fantastic but this under study killed it. She was also very tall and i love like tall lead leading lady because a lot of times. That's not happening for us. So i see you under studies. Okay and i'm happy. I got to see the understudy. It's exciting the next show. I saw mulan johnny okay mill. Who's just opened. I'm a taste maker. Keep up sweetie. These tickets are not cheap. The cheapest one was four hundred dollars. I'm a cheap ass bitch. I was not going to pay termine to see it so guess what i did. I waited an hour before the show and then went on stubhub and i managed to snag the literal last seat back row back as seat for one hundred and forty dollars a sat in the back row. Let me tell you something it kinda sucked because the show was so visual the stage that costumes the dancing the set the lighting probably the best i've ever seen this show is simply a good time. It's a jukebox musical coal. They got in about eighty songs and i personally didn't think the show is funny but the audience sure did because everyone would just giggled themselves when they recognized is the song and i was like yeah great. It's crazy. You know what i mean like but but i i see you jaded asshole. I don't think anything's funny no shave. Des moines rouge. I wasn't into the humor but the singing and the dancing honey was unreal and i'll just set the scene for you and then i'm not gonna ruin anything else because this show is just a good time if you're there see hot people great singing music lighting. This is your show does how the show started okay all of a sudden lowlights go down and we see four solo ads and we hear a snap snap. Where's my soul sisters. Let me hear your lowe's. Hey hey this is. I'm not going to hold on the four most beautiful queens you've ever seen in your life. Come out in very scantily clad lingerie honey they come out bumping and grinding and i was like i'm here for this ride honey. I buckled up. It set the scene. It was a good time okay. It was incredible that was worth the money just fat number. These women are fantastic. They were singing and dancing harder than i've ever seen and it was flawless and they looked incredible so it's a real good time honey and i'll be honest splurge. Don't send the back spend the three hundred put it on the damn card. Sit close and get a view honey because this is a visual show so get a good see what we're at last new york tourist thing and i'm going to get into a d._v._d. Expo i one of the american museum of national history for the first time in my life. I want to say thank you to christina who is honey that came to my meet up and gave me a free ticket and i was really excited to go..

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"janine janine" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents

Spanish Aquí Presents

14:28 min | 2 years ago

"janine janine" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents

"I'll do it. I'll scan thong tongues you know the tongs for Salads and they grab your little good Beatles and they will. I'm old school version wave away. Hold on agent Yeah Yeah. I've done scientology intelligent thing but for their mobile they do it. I might cross it. They on gun so get your body scam by Sunday. I have to by Sunday. You report picture with like a a newspaper. Just do it on instagram and then we're on a group chat so welcome to the challenge like this. Ooh and everyone everyone knows now now. It's in the ever since out pulling at the time. I just want to know so we a month from today Sunday Sunday. It seems why is this so challenging to understand because it seems very easy for this challenge. It's easier because you know. Let me give you the rundown sixty days. There's a belt and you can eat steak you in okay okay. Are you waiting sixty days. You can eat stay. I think I'm doing so you might lose vegetarian. I'm trying to be bothered. My boyfriend has a total plant based anywhere the way you know. He went all the way he's been doing it now thirty days thirty five days. How is that affecting my my handle. It affects my soul like when I eat me and I you know it's just like this tastes. Just you know we'll go to veggie grill. He's like these tastes. Just like buffalo chicken wings like just the Buffalo Sauce Imagine Jeff. I'm a I'm a vegetarian third grade so I how good for you what the world needs obsolete but also just eat bad stuff so it's like okay. You need a balance yeah. You want to join the channel Oh. I don't know I'm not GONNA lie. It does some kind of exciting because it's like it'll maybe make me be. It's not a challenge to the girl that signed up era. Oh yeah yeah because Rick and heard that a table radio today and she was there and he was she was like yes cures right like there's no females so she's she's doing it. Okay all right. I'm going to challenge all the listeners to take the sixties and also stop eating me one or the other or eat the me and then either one or the other ah we are challenging you to improve. It'd be better just act like that and you. Also you also other than just working out at the gym. You're dancer but not just like a dancer your link on Dan. Thank you Dan. You've got you dancing dim glow but also you. You did a project and we've got a lethal I did we did a this. This DP reached out to us. He's a very talented onto DP Rafael Leiva. He did the oath on crackle. Did what else did he do Carlos. He's done in a couple of movies in a couple of series. He's so talented he has such an eye but he basically reached out to Kalita and I and he was doing us a mission for Steven Spielberg and I played Anita originally it was supposed to be Christina Milian but she pulled out and I was like cool totally. Do it didn't take before Kristen. Emily thank you. I love that no but I didn't have to sing can't sing from my life so they just it was just a movement. Send a cinematic commissioner demo so we'll Berg Vilbert saw and now Carlson. I are going to be in his next. We stood it out. Steven Spielberg's new movie doing Challenges Avenue because I was at the beginning of the year and that that the whole process got so much buzz that people started thinking that that was the actual website story. I don't know if you've heard about that. I actually thought that it is like worse. Spielberg originally said he was gonna be at the screening so that's a little bit different. You know that's what I initially we heard and I was like I just like to be in his presence and look at his face while he's watching. This is like the tip of his hat. Yeah just not even watch what would did just look at him. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah but no. That's originally what I heard so I can. I can understand that room or whatever it was a good time and yeah we got to dance. I mean I'm not that's good a dancer so I hold my own. Yeah you killing it because you did. You went all the way like you choreograph you. You got into the I've tossing since I was three yeah. I I literally have not stopped so I mean I don't know. I don't know how long you potenza since two two weeks ago that project it was two weeks ago. I have a sixty day challenge where I just don't do you. Do you have some dream role or something that you like now especially now that you're like okay like again how you're talking outside like yeah like you. You have have glow in. It's amazing that now that's something that you can you know they can. They can use to pitch into these other bigger projects and things like that than they were able to probably before Is there something that you like that. You've written or you want to do or I don't know I'm such a big fan of taking being theater and adapting it into film especially for the people who don't get to experience it and don't really like the theater or don't have the chance to go or even terminated by xactly I loved what they did with fences. You know if you weren't able I wasn't able to see it on Broadway at the time but I mean that adaptation doing something like that would be a dream and acting Olympic dream and I think my other thing would just be fulfilling that physical side side too. You know that I saw active so like a physical roll like I'm. I'm such a fan of like Michelle Rodriguez. Yeah Yeah I mean Zoe Saldana L. Donna like that world like Avatar. Guardians of the galaxy can SOCI-. You seemed fair though it's like yeah I mean definitely it's definitely physical physical aspect of God so painful. I feel like someone threw me down a flight of stairs every day but it's it's amazing. I I mean the end. Result is is what you guy sees so it's exciting but it is the most painful job ever. I am Bruce Zab and I have a bulge disc all that what does that mean we were so we were doing back bumps and I remember and elsa schoolboys and you're just okay so okay. Well reduce schoolboys basically and it's GONNA and get worse. The woman you know we're bent over person is bent over looking underneath in her legs. The other woman jumps on top of our does goes underneath her legs and then slams her lands on her but the other one lands on her back. I mess good Lord Govinda the toll so I was doing back bombs to get ready for the school boy ended up doing the schoolboy. got got my forehead caught on my neck clocked backwards in so. I felt the shooting pain like coming from the middle all of my spine all the way up and I just got so hot and I push myself over to the side and my trainers were like stop. Don't do anything else and I took the weekend off. Monday was fine and it took me a year to figure out that I had a bulged disc and my it took it my spine a year to deviate so now. I'm like living with this injury but it's Great Z. That's okay yeah greater functional now as long as you're careful functional bearing a bulge disc never ever goes away like you have full yeah therapy for it or did I do every I actually got him a massage gone but it's actually actually for smart super loud. I'm like on the back problems. I should get you massage. Guy Don't have signed the wait until he or she rolls to the side for him to use on. You sound like you were lying. Isn't that funny how we do those things the people that are really for. I'm really excited about this. Oh yeah thank guys they have merch finishing chunky presents and it is a water bottle that keeps your water cold beverage cold and I am obsessed with these. They have like ten collection of tens awesome top of your top of your ten your top ten okay ten water bottling water but Olisa. I don't know Shahida. We're GONNA do some. Improv this interview. Thank you so much. Feel free to jump in dance blaze whatever you want Lord. MSNBC you guys do this all right in a I don't go ahead finish you good. Are you parched. I was now. I'm satisfied goo-good visit. Oh my God. You're also thirsty. You've it's just been so. Can I tell you something. Part part was Parche feel good great nice and hydrate when your mouth just like all oh yeah drying outside in Maui disclaimed together because they're so dry but now H. Two o. just like slimes. I mean us most diffuse lost too. Oh yes anyway. You're good good. It's not quite feeling a couple of seconds ago was like a pilot like alice like am I. In a desert tumbleweed. Oh and then I was like but when our weight over here brought the water ooh who's sweet salvation gypped in mind little guys. You have been here for for three hours and you haven't ordered anything. Oh Okay yes looked at the menu. It's in front of you right there. Sorry our our main. I'm concerned was well. I ever get hydrated and my hands Jack. Grasp the envelope I mean the menu keeps falling out. One hundred ten waters parts known your enabling them Janine listen. I technically ordering if you don't pay for it Can I take some of this water to go. Please thank okay but in my murderers and my messenger sorry what's the name of this finding waitress over here. Janine Lean Janine Janine. Are you the manager. Just I'm the manager I want. I want you to give her a race. Bagel rain. Now I wanna see it being done yeah race. There's is no physical way to show you. Do you know I am the mayor of this town. Sir Mayor is alive. Okay what I say goes and I demand for you to give this young lady. Janine Janine a raise. Can I just say something. We appreciate your patronage as the mayor. We appreciate that but I feel like sometimes if I could be honest. You took advantage. How do you mean well. You know his here at Applebee's. I know where we walked in. We feel like we wanna make feel like it feels like the neighborhood okay but I feel as soon as you abuse. I'm sorry but we should have gone to the Olive Olive Garden's. Nobody knows family olive garden because they are trump supporters very inflammatory story and is that True Oh inflammatory it is true. I love my vehicle please. Can You pour some water in our glasses. Absolutely I'm so sorry for getting a sparkling water and now you guys like flat. I'll be right back. I'll thank you weeds Russian ebeling them okay. Here's here's what I'm GONNA do. As a mayor of this and I am legally allowed to do this sir so look a south sounds like angel singing to me getting extradited giving. I'm giving Janine Janine. You're the manager of this apple. You don't have your mayor of this applebee's. Wow at work what do I I mean that's not how can endow people the power vested in you to turn them into mayor. Sore night you applebees. You can't have a weapon in this water. I am getting a me too about Colo- we go. Oh Gosh you're the mayor of this town giving you.

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"janine janine" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"janine janine" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"The forty eight young black ladies graduating, Saint Catharine Drexel prep. I mean. Degi. Listen to those numbers here. What was happening over fifty different college acceptances forty eight women. Hello, forty-nine, women one hundred percent college acceptance, please get into it. Thank you. I love it. Hello, ladies. Thank you for creating a space, where we are celebrated I love your show in which you are putting into the world. I also really appreciate the uncontrollable, laughter you all. 'cause they relief I wanted to give myself a graduation shot out. I'm a thirty six year old mother of four finished, my elements education degree in December and will participate in my ceremony may twenty fifth. It was so hard and I wanted to quit multiple times, but I did it and I'm proud of myself, I will be teaching fifth grade in the fall at a school where ninety percent of the students are living below the poverty line in about ninety five are students of ninety five percent are students of color. I can't wait to get into my classroom to do as much as I can for these kids. Thank you both so much. Janine Janine also left a link for her Amazon wish list. There are several. Books stem and manipulative manipulative manipulative than games for indoor resource. Sorry recess. Wow. I can't read today. There are several books stem and manipulatives and games for indoor recess. I live in Nebraska. So we'll be most likely have into a resource recess for at least three months of the year. We'll, we'll remember to put this in the. In the description box. But yeah, Amazon wish list to help Janine to support the students in our classroom in Nebraska. Congratulations to you Janine. Yes. Hey, key and Jade first thing, I, I love the show and I've been listening since the beginning. My name's Whitney, and I want to give a special shout out to my sister Brittany aka gold for graduating, basic seem master's in social work from Salem state university. I know it was a tough journey, but you made it and I'm proud of you. Thank you for writing in Whitney, and congratulations, be gold Levitt, high cousin Jade, and Kia, I want to shut out myself and my friend, Christine for graduating from CUNY school of law on may seventeenth. I'd like to take some time to really congratulate Christine because she's literally Puerto Rican wonder woman. Yes and kids, she's raising a husband and she's been the been the rock for her entire family and her friends for as long as I've known her. She has a heart of gold and should be at least at least be a board member of team typing fast. Not only did she graduate with J JD doing all the stuff that she's doing. She's also doing her masters at the same time. So she's a double graduate. She's truly an amazing human being, and I'm so proud of her tash to pick of me alone in a pickup, both of us for graduation reception. And I love you guys and shutout for helping me keep my sanity, these three years shouting Beal essay out when we were raising money for fellowship. I remember that and pray for us as we prepare for the bar in July. Lori shutouts Laurie shutouts Christine shutouts e both for completing this degree, and do all the amazing things that you're doing. Thank you for sending us these adorable pitches. We'd have come on jumpsuit. Won the super. Here. Hey, Jason Kidd. Thank you, both for this free weekly therapy. Whoa. My best friend, Lakota hussy for I'm sorry, that I'm sorry..

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"janine janine" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"janine janine" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"By Friday, Robert Muller report, how it started. When we get when we get it. And why it seems like Dem's will never be satisfied. So let's begin so yes, William bar. And by the way, he's made his way to Capitol Hill. He's getting seated he just walked in. The Senate side is subcommittee is is having a chance to question him as Janine Janine of New Hampshire begins questioning and William borrow sit there, and I have to admire how calm cool and collected. He was yesterday in the line of fire, and he was absolutely in a line of fire a lot of them. But he knows it's going to be a lot different of may. I may second. And what happens then the mole report have been out? He says I'm coming back to congress house and Senate those two days, and then people say specifically, and I guarantee. Every democratic say you soft pedaled this and Republicans will say they should get out and doing a great job. So I'm sure the afford your pages and twenty two months to study anybody's life anybody's campaign anybody's two years in office any president anytime there's going to be some negative things on that blue Bill bar made it clear he looked at the hundred pages. But he had a heads up on. What was in the four hundred pages? That's how he's able to in a day and a half turnaround four pages on his bottom line conclusions. Cut three the thinking of the special counsel. It was not a mystery to the people at the department of Justice prior to his submission of the report he had been interacting. He and his people had been interacting with the deputy Torney general and lawyers supporting the deputy attorney general in his supervision of the special counsel. So red rosenstone was seeing it now is Alan Dershowitz told us in a previous hour. Why was Rosenstein seeing he wrote the letter that would glit- Tacoma's ouster that led to this entire thing. But he's not he's conflicted. But he's out there. So I guess right Rosenstein, some point let it know, listen, there's no collusion here, which they knew because they would have been the ones to collude, but you never know what all these people were kind of gender. They're going to have. So Bill bar went on went did Robert Mueller. Okay. The four pages that gave the bottom line on his four hundred pages. Cut to Mr. mothers team did not play a role in drafting that document, although we offered him the opportunity to review it before we send. It it out and he declined that. Right. And as was explained to me by owes more to do that. Because if you start editing, you might as well have written it. And then if you write it, what have part that why haven't attorney general, and as you see some people if I'm the believe some of the unnamed sources of the Washington Post New York Times NBC stories were upset with the bottom line conclusions that Bob Ma that Bill Maher one too. As opposed to the investigators. They really thought it went. So we're going to see it in about a week the other thing that's got Republicans harden is and has got me, and we're going to find out about the Genesis who launched this. What was going on with George Papadopoulos and Carter page and the FIS accord abuse, they'll add them to spy in their lives. What was going on with that professor Stefan helper who was booking them for speeches overseas, and what was going on with the embassador over in Australia that evidently had a few drinks with George Papadopoulos. What was going on with Joseph MiFID someone to work with the FBI going back to the fee for investigation that soccer world soccer body? And now it's disappeared into Italy and everything to do with George Papadopoulos introduction, which led to the FBI saying we have to find out more about links to Russia and candidate soon to be President Trump. So that is now on the table, Mollie Hemingway. Is one who is glad that Galil? There's an interest on amongst attorney general who actually works for Republicans in this process of fifteen said that one of the things that he's very interested in doing. Now is just understanding how did this investigation get going? What were people thinking, you know, we know that it's not true that there was this grand treasonous collusion issue that we were led to believe had happened. Well, why did people fall for this? Or how did it get started where the norms and processes that should have been followed followed, obviously, there are some problems there. And so I hope that it's a legitimate investigation. It's kind of crazy that we haven't had a legitimate investigation. This many years into it. But finding out how did it start finding out a little bit about, you know, all the criminal leaks that were part of this. We had people leaking classified information that should not have been leaked. And I'm not even sure if anyone's looked into it much less than held. Yeah. And that's why a lot of people don't think that molars that airtight group that didn't leak there's some reason why people got a lot of information ahead of time. So Matt continental. Works for the Washington Examiner. He was also on with Brent last night and talked about the shifting goalposts with this entire investigation. Because there's no there there when it comes to molar and collusion cut seventeen we've gone from Trump.

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"janine janine" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

11:46 min | 2 years ago

"janine janine" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Ground zero. Tonight. It's all about you. It's all about me. Now, we survive through the next few years. And the trains the CDC comes out with this. These statistics saying that the birth rate is low the mortality rate is high. People are dying of overdoses of drugs. They're dying. Flu. And it was interesting because the list went down down down down, and I saw cancer there. And of course, I was worried about that thinking. Well, okay. So people still are getting cancer. But then I was reading a statistic kind of had a little hope behind it. And that is that even though cancer is still listed as one of the big killers in his whole population reduction the death rate from cancer in the United States has declined steadily over the past two decades. That's according to annual statistics. Keep out for the American Cancer Society. So we're getting all these statistics out about our mortality, the cancer death rate for men and women combined fell twenty five percent from its peak in one thousand nine hundred ninety one to two thousand fourteen in the most recent year, which date is available. The translates to more than two point one million deaths averted during this time period. So here we have the American Cancer society's journal saying that the cancer rates have dropped or at least death rates from cancer of dropped. So there seems to be a change. However, no, cure only different ways that people cope and how they deal with cancer. How they survive it. You may remember that last year. Show with my wife, Janine Janine Duffy, my wife who came on the program to talk about the cancer cash. Cow. We talked about a number of things that she was facing with her life. And of course, she's been through surgeries. And tonight. I wanted to appear on the show to talk about some of the things that she's discovered about how to cure yourself. I guess Janine. Welcome to the program. Hi, it's good to have you here. And I'm sure the audience is eager to hear about how you're feeling your health. How you're how you're doing things how you're coping. Maybe just turn the time. What are you to tell a little bit about your story, and your and your recovery and how you doing? Well, let's see my story was pretty grim and bleak as I've been diagnosed and the doctor that I'd spoken to one doctor said that it was in both. Then the other doctor came back and said, no, you only have it in blunt. But the only have it in one was after a seven months. Modified what I want to call Dr fasting, and I'll get into that in just a second. But I do want to talk about the grim reality of going to the United Kingdom, and you know, getting LIAM's family in order for him in case. I so that's how bleak my situation was I was planning on my dad. Okay. So that's pretty hardcore. And I know that it was hard car both you and I to have to go through this because I mean, what person goes through. Hey, everything's just fine. You go in for a test. And then you are lit up like a Christmas tree. Okay. And your lit up like a Christmas tree and that Christmas tree isn't a positive happy things for you. So I know that you've been there in your past tiny, and I keep trying to tell you over and over and over and over and over again stay away from that diet soda, but that's just kind of one of my pet peeves in life, though. Can I share with you about what I did to get that? Lucile of my. You've got cancer in both breasts and two down to where what happened to me? Yeah, I'm sure the audience is very interested. Because I mean, it has been now it's been you know, we we did this show last year about the cash cow. We talked about what you were facing. The of course, released supported you. Go fund me the supported you. They were really behind on my God. I mean, the support of like because everybody coming out of the woodwork and. I mean that was just I just wanted to say that was so incredible. To go through, you know, having the support of all these people and. I'm just. Les and Lynn sitting in here right now. Yeah. Yeah. Did you did you hear me talking on the radio? Yeah. I'm on the radio right now by Liam says. Hi, okay. So. What do you need? Honey, what was no? Okay. Viewers. Love you love you. See you guys all like Saturday Louis. Okay. We'll see you then take care. Yeah. So that's that's that's a loving loving support of a little boy who just whispered in my ear Kenny play on his XBox with. Talk about for seven months of my life. Okay. Let's hear it. And I went through what what most people do when they are diagnosed with something that's going to kill them. You know, every possible resource known to mankind, and I discovered the knowledge that I had being that I'm and environmental sciences major geek. Kind of like you can call me. A what do you want to call me? A whatever I am. The point is is that I went through. What is a modified try that? And I just wanted to say that dry fasting. It's a type of fast. It doesn't involve any water intake. So I'm modified it by not drinking any water at all. I drank. I drink colloidal silver colloidal gold and Indian and thinking soda in combination. With a food grade type of a hydrogen peroxide that would help oxygenates. Jerry was that the cherry hydrogen, peroxide. Concoction, doc wallet gave us. I I went to bottles of that. Right. But if you remember that kind of disappeared very quickly out of our refrigerator. So the anyway, so like the lack of having any kind of water accelerate the protective effects day, you get if you're doing a water fast. Like the like if some people do water fast in the. Having like, a reduced inflammation. And their metabolic health increases. Right. So so if you if you go on a water staff strike like a regular water fast that you know, that that some of the take points for that. However, the way I did this. I want to call it a highly advanced fasting method that people who've had previous experience with normal fast. And I would say that, you know, don't attempt anything that I'm talking about until you gone through like say like a normal fasting period or a water faster a dry fast. You were taking liquids was mixed with all the stuff you talked about correct? No, I absolutely cut out all everything for seven months. I just I cut out everything. And I just. I went on a coil silver colloidal gold colloidal. It was the recoil platinum Indian and baking soda with a food grade, hydrogen peroxide, and I did it for seven mine didn't drink water. I just thought and only drink what I drink. So there was MSN was in the mix too. So if if somebody's stash before what I'm trying to say it'll be easier to undertake anything like that. If they're on a ketogenic type of diet because their bodies already able to sustain it. So while it fast, so it's in a constant state of metabolic decomposition for any of the proteins that need to go to the base of the intestinal track. Can lurch or feed the body. The being kills the sugar and has an alkaline diet with you, correct? Yeah. You could put it that way. And it's such a strict protocol that I follow like no sugar. No, no, processed anything. And and I was taking a there's a product called Lucci, and they make LG pills. Okay. I know people think. I like the people begin pseudoscience like your gut eating your gut the healthiest stuff that you possibly can it. It's like way out there. So so in my quest to cheer cancer for myself. Okay. I went through this modified dry fast. No water just these colloidal metal. And what I know is that those nanoparticles unique nanoparticles created this very amazing UN president. Categorized occurrence in my being that, you know, the fundamental question for me is why did it happen that it I, you know? So if the golden elixir influences. The core of a cell. Okay. So over influences the core of the cell Indian influences MSN influences, the core of these shows. So can you? Recreate? No cellular. Why doing what I did in? Obviously, I did something. So. Chemotherapy. Oh, I avoided radiation avoided getting both of my breasts removed. Okay. I just had the one. Breasts removed, but to have it go from. A surgical oncologist team member tell me after having a test, you know, seven months prior to me going on the dry fasting journey. Telling me that. Hey, you know, you have it in both. And I was kind of like, oh my God. I'm going to die. Well, let's take.

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"janine janine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"janine janine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Excited to be working with Bihar, Abby. I think she's also noticed band Bobby bed, baby. No, you're making fan. Bad, bobby? Oh fad. Baby. That's be h API. How am I supposed to be a hobby? Baby. That's her. We chose Danielle for our brand because she speaks to an entire generation in a language. You can understand literally and doesn't believe in hype. Hey. Something different than it did before gone. She is in it to be a visionary. Not just for the money. Okay. Okay. Copycat beauty. And what? Well, who wrote that dumb copy? Somebody dumb. Anyway, so copycat beauty is giving her a lot of money. Now, I should say copycat beauty. I don't I don't buy a lot of makeup anymore. So, but this is if you have questions about why Bradley was buying makeup before it's. Good story. If you look at the website, they're basically like the Walgreens brand of drugs. So you don't have like I do not think about it. So you have like ibuprofen. Ibuprofen Advil would be brand for eight ninety nine while the Walgreen's version of ibuprofen slash Advil would be what four ninety. Yeah. So copycats. Designers like, oh compared this to the anesthesia Beverly Hills Siglo kit eight ninety nine instead of theirs for forty dollars. Yeah. So she's basically just like the knockoff brand. Holly looked at me funny. When I said designer and pasta because it was funny. Oh, okay. No. Imposter perfumes are. Thank you. Well, I know I'm just saying some people might not they literally are knock off perfume. Yeah. So instead of jerk Harn warr, it's. Careful or instead of Xena Tae. It's Nin Jetta. No, we'd be like. Janine janine. Janine a yes. Instead of Calvin Klein's obsession it would be. Bob, mccracken. Go away. Oh my God. I wanna smell thoughts that won't go away. Miles per turbans. That's basically copycat can't stop won't look away. Can't stop picking the scam. Yeah. Exactly. So anyway, she's going to have a lot of money. Okay. So. Yep. Danielle per goalie gonna be rich bad, then she's already. Over the website. Yes. No, literally, they announced it near. She was being bang. Boom. Copycat beauty got some Daniel Burgo Lee. Okay. That's said we also need to talk about another story that we mentioned I think yesterday the day before. And that's the new cast of the celebrity big brother that was here. Wasn't here. I I don't know. Even who's on the show you Joan now. Oh, my God running down, you don't know. Okay. Nat Natalie Marie. Natalie even Marie. Member who's a WWE wrestling or something. Oh, okay. Yeah. She absolutely is. Okay. At an actress and a fitness model. Ryan locked e. Okay. Joey lawrence. Bright, Kato kaylin. You have not heard the story. Lolo jones. This is so exciting green. Yes. Candy Burress Tamar Braxton Jonathan Bennett to remember him from mean girls. Yes. And Ricky Williams, also, Dino low hand and Michael Lohan, Anthony Scaramucci, oh, right?.

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"janine janine" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"janine janine" Discussed on KTRH

"For mental illness or whether or not you qualify for certain drugs or should be denied, certain foods or or drugs it will monitor. What you buy sell and trade, it will know what to recommend if you were sick. It will be a huge help with new health care reform, if they ever get around to doing anything with healthcare reform, and then we'll use your Facebook history to make recommendations about pain medication and medical recommendation, specifically targeted to you. I want to let, you know, something Janine Janine designed the artwork for tonight show, if you look at Facebook, and you look at the art piece that Janine put together I put together one that wasn't as good as hers, in fact that had more of a trans humanist vibe. But hers was she said, well, let's put it in a little bit of a bird box vibe with putting a little bit of this. And she added to it was amazing. What was interesting is that once that picture was sent in? Posted in Facebook. I was getting all kinds of algorithms directions to get me a twenty three and me kit. And all we were using was Twenty-three from me was the show night Twenty-three from me. Welcome to your nightmare in what it was is that we basically used the logo changed and put a box and said, welcome to your nightmare. Instead of welcome to you. And we put up a girl with a blindfold on once again, the blindfolded discernment, which we talked about about bird box in and it's. It's representations social media. So you're looking at this and you're saying to yourself. There's a chance there's always this chance these big pharmaceutical companies and these pharmaceutical giants that make these type of vaccines weapons, whatever they can use this DNA to target certain individuals in biowarfare now, I was doing some quick I'd say some quick investigations here. Technologies and connections to, you know, Google twenty three and me DARPA just going down the list of all know, they do the data points for pheno typing. I'm doing the data data points for my show. So we can get some well rounded information here, and I stumbled upon some information that you may or may not know about there was a headline that was published in the United Kingdom science journals about something called genetic extinction technology. And they were talking about how the military was investing one hundred million dollars in genetic extinction. Technologies which is technology that could be used to wipe out malaria carrying mosquitoes or other pests, but there's actually fears the United Nations that using extinction. Technologies for bugs mosquitoes in the like, you could be using extinction. Technologies to go to the core DNA of humans, and so they were thinking about the UN convention of biodiversity was debating over the possibility they wanted to impose a moratorium on gene research with regard to extinction technologies because they were saying, well, you know, and especially southern countries countries in the southern hemisphere and others have been actually in rogue laboratories, creating these extinction technologies to wipe out mosquitoes because of things like Zeka malaria. And so the UN. Convention on biological diversity as confirmed that a lot of gene drives in some circles. And this bio harvesting has given way to using some of his DNA to actually, you know, get in the hands of DARPA US military science agencies in order to create extinction. Technologies in bioweapons. Now, this this is something that I said before this is the stuff of nightmares, but it's done research, and it's focused entirely on pest, control, and ratification. But people say, well, it can go beyond that. And of course, there have been reports, for example that back in two thousand fourteen DARPA failed to inform anyone that one of the unconventional projects. It was working on was a three hundred thousand dollar test or or project. It was funded by a trio scientists who thought it would be a great idea to synthesize polio. And so they constructed the virus using his genome sequence which is available on the. Internet and the obtain the genetic material from companies that sell made to order DNA. Now, they didn't specify what companies gave the DNA to create this synthesizers poliovirus. But. There was research was published basically how to create a bio weapon..

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"janine janine" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

10:05 min | 2 years ago

"janine janine" Discussed on WTVN

"You know, things we go south really quick. We can go darker down the rabbit hole. I don't mind because we need to know. The potential of what is being able to get a spit kit sending it to Google having them analyze. Especially Google Twenty-three. Ancestry dot com. I know more about Twenty-three me because I worry about twenty three and me and their relationships. They have. We've DARPA with the DOD, and of course, with their surveillance state that they put together. They are. Are actually complicit. He the surveillance state, and they have they make deals with China, and they make deals with a military installations and military in doing some things that I don't feel a right? If you read the book called the Google story, and you read that it was revealed by actually Dr Craig Venter, who's don't prescription synthetic lifeforms was actually in discussion with Larry page in Circe Bryn who were the founders of Google, and what he wanted to do you wanted to generate a gene catalog the characterize all the genes on the planet and understand their evolutionary development. Geneticists have wanted to do for generations, Google will build up a genetic is building a genetic database now they're using for analysis, and they wanna find meaningful correlations for individuals and populations. And we talked about how this type of correlation a meaningful correlation means that they're gonna be going into countries that don't necessarily have DNA sequenced now in two thousand six twenty three and me was found in Google already knows everything about you online. So once they've leaned your DNA, your online Google profile and in the future, every time law enforcement agencies fine strands of DNA crime scene. They can check it out. They can. Go see if Google has any records of the owner of this DNA strain. So they can get a complete online profile that particular person. Now, there could also be eight social DNA profile determine your risk for mental illness or whether or not you qualify for certain drugs or should be denied, certain foods or drugs, it will monitor what you buy sell and trade, it will know what to recommend if you were sick. It will be a huge help with new health care reform, if they ever get around to doing anything with healthcare reform will use your Facebook history to make recommendations about pain medication and medical recommendation, specifically targeted to you. I want to let, you know, something Janine Janine designed the artwork for tonight show, if you look at Facebook, and you look at the art piece that Janine put together I put together one. It wasn't as good as hers. In fact, there had more of a trans humanist vibe. But hers was she said, well, let's put it in a little bit of a bird box vibe with put it a little bit of this. And she added to it. It was amazing. What was interesting is that once that picture was sent in? Posted in Facebook. I was getting all kinds of algorithms directions to get me a Twenty-three kit. And all we were using was Twenty-three from me was the name of the show night. Twenty-three from me. Welcome to your nightmare. In what it was is that we basically used the logo changed and put a box and said, welcome to your nightmare. Instead of welcome to you. And we put up a girl with a blindfold on once again, the blindfolded discernment, which we talked about about bird box in and it's. It's a representation social media. So you're looking at this and you're saying to yourself. There's a chance there's always a chance these big pharmaceutical companies, and these pharmaceutical giants that make these type of vaccines weapons, whatever big this DNA to target certain individuals in biowarfare now, I was doing some quick I'd say some quick investigations here on technologies and connections to you know. Google twenty three and me DARPA. I mean, just going down the list of all they do the data points for FINA typing. I'm doing the data data points for my show. So we can get some well rounded information here, and I stumbled upon some information that you may or may not know about there was a headline that was published in the United Kingdom science journals about something called genetic extinction. Technologies. And they were talking about how the military was investing one hundred million dollars in genetic extinction. Technologies which is technology that could be used to wipe out malaria carrying mosquitoes or other pests, but there's actually fears the United Nations that using extinction. Technologies for bugs mosquitoes in the like, you could be using extinction. Technologies to go to the core DNA of humans, and so they were thinking about the UN convention of biodiversity was debating over the possibility they wanted to impose a moratorium on gene research with regard to extinction technologies because they were saying, well, you know, especially southern countries countries in the southern hemisphere and others have been actually in rogue laboratories, creating these extinction technologies to wipe out mosquitoes because of things like Zeka malaria. And so the UN convince. On biological diversity as confirmed that a lot of gene drives in some circles. And this bio harvesting has given way to using some of his DNA. To actually, you know, get in the hands of DARPA US military science agencies in order to create extinction. Technologies in bioweapons. Now, this this is something that as I said before this is the stuff of nightmares, but it's don't research, and it's focused entirely on pest, control, and ratification. But people say, well, if you can go beyond that. And of course, there have been reports, for example that back in two thousand fourteen DARPA failed to inform anyone that one of the unconventional projects. It was working on was a three hundred thousand dollar. Test or or project. It was funded by a trio scientists who thought it would be a great idea to synthesize polio. And so they constructed the virus using his genome sequence which is available on the internet and the obtain the genetic material from companies that sell made to order DNA. Now, they didn't specify what companies gave him the DNA to create this synthesizers poliovirus. But. There was research was published basically how to create a bio weapon. So when when you're looking at you know, what can be done and what the ugliness can be. I mean new emerging diseases. We hear about these new diseases. And of course, here we are in in winter not much is being said about the flu this year, so far, although we did have a reporter that was a conservative reporter who some people believe was taken out by h one n one, but that's another story for another time. But we're looking at emerging diseases. They generate some underlying panic because if it's politically necessary to talk about it. They will. Now, you notice it here we are in flu season. And there's not been word one about how the fluids killing people this year last year was all over the place here before that my my God. And see this is the thing. It's not politically expedient to tell you that the flu is a bad thing. In fact, at the Golden Globe awards. It was a joke. I dunno. If you watch the Golden Globes awards, but there was this unsuccessful uncomfortable moment, we're both Andy Sandberg and Sandra. Oh, who are the guys that were, you know, officiating they were. They were the hosts. He said well in an attempt to you know, they wanted to make people laugh they said, well, we're like everybody else. So they told everyone that actors, you know, they're normal people. So tonight, we're going to give them all flu shots. And so there were doctors, and nurses are actually actors, but you're walking down the aisles attempting to stab actors with needles and Sandberg says, well, look, if you're anti Baxter, just put a napkin over your head, and we'll skip you know, it was an awkward moment. It wasn't that funny. But you're like, you know, looking around going, I'm not going to do this look they look Cadillac unnerved about it. But later announced the flu shots were faked. They had to cut to commercial because of the, you know, awkward nature of this. But this raises a question here about, you know. Why this is a joke or why does used some sort of a joke. I mean, if some sort of pandemic. Or biological attack would or could would happen, and we will get you know, what they're doing now with the DNA and what they're doing now to focus in how these extinction weapons exists for bugs us for humans. They can focus on certain DNA traits. I mean, could they force a vaccine on you? Could they force a DNA extraction on you? Would there ever be a condition or any conditions that would would predicate the mandatory submission of your DNA? And the truth is, yes. The truth is horrifying and. Yes, the answer is. Yes, they can do it. I mean, you can. Or the president can or a government body can declare a national emergency. Like, for example, they could say that a strain of disease. Has been brought over the border. First of all he would kill two birds ruined stone. One people are afraid they're going to catch this disease from immigrants or from people coming over the border and a demand for the wall. And if an emergency was declared. President Trump could actually put into play what is known as the model state emergency health Powers Act. And this is something I think a lot of people don't know. I mean, this was something that I it was actually created during the Bush administration because they had fears of biological attacks on the United States after nine eleven after nine eleven they wanted to create something called the milestone emergency health.

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"janine janine" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"janine janine" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"We can go darker down the rabbit hole you want to and I I don't mind they need to know. The potential of what is being able to get a spit kit, sending it to Google having them analyze it. Especially Google twenty three. Ancestry dot com and others. I know more about Twenty-three me because I worry about twenty three and me and their relationships. They have. We've DARPA with the DOD, and of course, with their surveillance state that they put together the they are they are they are actually complicit. In the surveillance state, and they have they make deals with China, and they make deals with a military installations and the military in doing some things that I don't feel a right? If you read the book called the Google story, and you read that it was revealed by actually Dr Craig Venter, who's don't prescription synthetic lifeforms was actually in discussion with Larry page in Circe Bryn who were the founders of Google, and what he wanted to do is you wanted to generate a gene catalog the characterize all the genes on the planet and understand their evolutionary development. Geneticists have wanted to do for generations, Google will build up a is building a genetic database. Now, they're using for analysis, and they wanna find meaningful correlations for individuals and populations. So we talked about how this type of correlation a meaningful correlation means that they're gonna be going into countries that don't necessarily have DNA sequenced now in two thousand six twenty three and me with spot in Google already knows everything about you online. So once they blamed your DNA to your online Google profile and in the future, every time law enforcement agencies fine strands of DNA crime scene. They can check it out. They can. Go see if Google has any records of the owner of this DNA strain. So they can get a complete online profile of that particular person out. There could also be eight social DNA profile. They can determine your risk for mental illness or whether or not you qualify for certain drugs or should be denied, certain foods or or drugs. It will monitor. What you buy sell and trade, it will know what to recommend if you were sick. It will be a huge help with new health care reform, if they ever get around to doing anything with healthcare reform will use your Facebook history to make recommendations about pain medication and medical recommendation, specifically targeted to you. I want to let, you know, something Janine Janine designed the artwork for tonight show, if you look at Facebook, and you look at the art piece that Janine put together I put together one. It wasn't as good as hers, in fact that had more of a trans humanist by but hers was she said, well, let's put it in a little bit of a bird box vibe with putting a little bit of this. And she added to it. It was amazing. What was interesting is that once that picture was set in? Posted in Facebook. I was getting all kinds of algorithms directions to get me a twenty three and me kit. And all we were using was Twenty-three from me was the name of the show night. Twenty-three from me. Welcome to your nightmare. In what it was is that we basically used the logo changed it and put a box and said, welcome to your nightmare. Instead of welcome to you. And we put up a girl with a blindfold on once again, the blindfolded discernment, which we talked about about bird box in and it's. It's a representation social media. So you're looking at this and you're saying to yourself. There's a chance there's always this chance these big pharmaceutical companies and these pharmaceutical giants that make these type of vaccines weapons, whatever they can use this DNA to target certain individuals in biowarfare now, I was doing some quick I'd say some quick investigations here. Technologies and connections to. Google twenty three and me DARPA. Let me just going down the list of all they do the data points for phenotype. I'm doing the data data points for my show. So we can get some well rounded information here, and I stumbled upon some information that you may or may not know about there was a headline that was published. In the United Kingdom science journals about something called genetic extinction. Technologies. And they were talking about how the military was investing one hundred million dollars in genetic extinction. Technologies which is technology that could be used to wipe out malaria carrying mosquitoes or other pests, but there's actually fears the United Nations that using extinction. Technologies for bugs mosquitoes in the like, you could be using extinction. Technologies to go to the core DNA of humans, and so they were thinking about the UN convention of biodiversity was debating over the possibility they wanted to impose a moratorium on gene research with regard to extinction technologies because they were saying, well, you know, especially southern countries countries in the southern hemisphere and others have been actually in rogue laboratories, creating these extinction technologies to wipe out mosquitoes because of things like Zeka malaria. And so the UN convince. On biological diversity as confirmed that a lot of gene drives in some circles. And this bio harvesting has given way to using some of his DNA. To actually, you know, get in the hands of DARPA and US military science agencies in order to create extinction. Technologies in bioweapons. Now, this this is something that as I said before this is the stuff of nightmares, but it's done research, and it's focused entirely on pest control, and ratification, but people say, well, it can go beyond that. And of course, there have been reports, for example that back in two thousand fourteen DARPA failed to inform anyone that one of the unconventional projects. It was working on was a three hundred thousand dollar. Test or or project. It was funded by a trio scientists who thought it would be a great idea to synthesize polio. And so they constructed the virus using its genome sequence which is available on the internet, and they obtained the genetic material from companies that sell made to order DNA. Now, they didn't specify what companies gave the DNA to create this synthesizers poliovirus. But. There was research was published basically how to create a bio weapon. And so when you when you're looking at you know, what can be done and what the ugliness can be. I mean new emerging diseases. We hear about these new emerging diseases. And of course, here we are in winter not much is being said about the flu right this year, so far, although we did have a reporter that was a a conservative reporter with some people believe was taken out by h one n one, but that's another story for another time. But were you looking emerging diseases? They generate some underlying panic because if it's politically necessary to talk about it. They will. Now, you notice it here we are in flu season. There's not been word one about how the fluids killing people this year last year. It was all over the place here before that my my God. And see this is the thing. It's not politically expedient to tell you that the flu is a bad thing. In fact, at the Golden Globe awards. It was a joke. I don't know if you watch the Golden Globes awards, but there was unsuccessful uncomfortable moment, we're both Andy.

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"janine janine" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"janine janine" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"Back one more time for you and ninety five year old great grandmother head reached her boiling point with our granddaughter who wouldn't get out of bed granddaughter wouldn't get out of bed so you know what you told the granddaughter i'm gonna call the police on you granting caused the police on the granddaughter but some kind of way there was a turn of events because she ended up getting arrested heady reynolds the ninety five year old grandmother decided she was going to get her granddaughter out of bed and took a slipper and slapped her in the face with it in the police report but grandma hetty engineering accused the other of getting loud after she went janin's room to get her out of bed janine says she was on the phone when her grandmother barged in in janine janine says that she told her to get out but her granny said she wasn't leaving and that's the lemme pau us let me pause from reading the story because when i first read the headline i did not know why she had got arrested and then i realized what went wrong what went wrong is when when grandma said to to get up in and get out of the bed and to get off the phone and she said that she wasn't going to it never never ever ever do you tell anybody who pays the bills in your home and afford you an opportunity to restore head to say that a that you not only get up when i get up.

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