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Los Angeles - Trump administration rejects California fires disaster declaration
"Of of California's California's forest forest management management practices, practices, despite despite the the fact fact that that most most of of California's California's forest forest land land is is federally federally managed. managed. CBS CBS Is Is Tim Tim Ryan Ryan reporting reporting live. live. Now Now the the president's president's administration administration is rejecting a request for a federal fire disaster declaration. Tim stand, governor Newsome saw $346 million in connection with a half dozen fires, including the creek Fire, which is burning in Madeira and Fresno County's just 55% contained The State Office of Emergency Services announced yesterday that the disaster declaration had been rejected, but not not why why it it was was rejected. rejected. You'll You'll recall recall this this comment comment from from the the president president when when he he visited visited this this still still burning burning paradise. paradise. Nearly Nearly two two years years ago. ago. Gavin's Gavin's committed committed world world committed. committed. I'm I'm committed committed to to make make sure sure that that you you get get all all of of this this cleaned cleaned out out on on protected. protected. Take Take care care of of the the floors. floors. You You know know the the floors floors of of the the forest. forest. California does planted more aggressively maintained forest lands, but not by raking and the rejection of federal aid will be appealed. According to an Oh yes, spokesman. The request did not include the glass fire in wine country, but did include the El Dorado Fire burning down south, sometimes referred to as the gender Reveal. Fire reporting live Tim
Character of God: A Cup of Wrath?
"Okay, here we are we are talking about. Anger. We're talking about God's. and. We're talking about exodus thirty, four versus six and seven were said to be slow to anger, and here in this conversation is like the previous conversations, Tim Tim. Hi And KRISTA accuracy. So Let's jump right in. We've just kind of been taking ground Tim you've been walking us through some of the revelations you've had studying God's anger and God's judgments I don't know if Chris you're Tim WanNa do a bit of a summary Or. If you want me to or do you WanNa just jump right in share I can go for it. Okay. So the first thing we talked about was that this is kind of an uncomfortable topic for a lottery. Reasons that anger is a difficult thing for us to understand in humans and also in God. So we talked about that. We talked about how God's anger God's judgment are not intertwined in the biblical story. So God gets angry without judging. Actually he shows acts of mercy the first time that he gets angry and then he judges often or brings justice without being angry we talked about how bringing judgement or justice is often a handing over to natural consequence or to. Zion that actually I started avoiding the word natural. Because that's just loaded with some modern concepts I actually struggling to find a good replacement word, but it's the logical outcome. Hands people over to the cause effects sequence that they have chosen. Started themselves something like that yes. Oh, we looked at the first occurrence of God's anger with. Moses. After he resists being God's Prophet five times and that's followed by an act of mercy. He just says, okay. Well, I'll send Aaron with you to help you out. We looked at the incident of the golden calf where God gets angry at the people and talked about how his Anger a lot of times is related to to his people not trusting him or or breaking the relationship with him. So a lot of times, his anger or his judgment occur in that context. So that tells us something about divine anchor consum- some red. Okay. Anything else good summary. So I think where we WANNA come from here then is just look at main portraits of God's anger in the Torah in the Prophets of Old Testament and then. After. That in the story of Jesus how Jesus Came as a as a prophet of good news in Israel. But also that comes with a warning of God's judgement, and then after that exploring God's anger in especially in the letters the Apostle Paul he he's got a pretty nuanced way of talking about it. So the Torah, the Prophets Jesus and then Paul that's the roadmap simple. So. Okay. So let's we already talked about the three first occurrences of God's anger. They're all in the book of Exodus when Moses Stubborn and resist. You just Kinda summarize Krista the second one is after Pharaoh and his army perish in the Red Sea. There's a poem that Moses Miriam Sang about it and they talk about how what happened to Pharaoh was instance of God's anger to bring barrels evil back on himself and then the story of the Golden Calf and we talked about that a fair amount in the last conversation I wanted kind of zero in on it as we start actually here and I've been reflecting on that last conversation then I think I have a few. Better ways to to say it what divine an anger means in the story of the Golden Calf. So God gets angry of Moses Beckett Exodus three. But as you said, he doesn't act in any kind of severe way. Does it at the burning Bush inside the burning Bush when you get to the people all of a sudden God is angry and he wants to destroy his people to to bring an end to them is what he says to Moses give me rest I want to bring an end to them and that is severe. John Every time. Read it. It makes you little allergic and uncomfortable. So here's a way to think about it. The whole narrative of the biblical story is got a point humans to be as representatives in the world they rebel they WANNA, get blessing by their own wisdom, and so they you know take from the Tree God, exiles them, and what they do is corrupt and ruin the land through violence and bloodshed flood. God appoints a new humanity noah, his wife and his family, and they go and repeat everything that Adam and eve and their kids did from the chapters genesis. So God tries this new strategy of investing in one particular family out of all the nations that's Abraham and so. Pretty much from Abraham four word God it's as if the more corrupt humans become, the more tightly got binds himself to one particular Human Family through these covenant promises and these Covenant Promises Create More Complexity for God's purpose not less 'cause. Now God's committing himself investing himself allowing certain people to be as representatives, but there are no better in fact, they're often worse than other people. So by the time you get to the Mount Sinai. God has married himself to a whole nation of people and we talked about this principle that I tend to get more emotionally stirred up by people the. More emotionally connected to this kind of a natural thing. So I think that's actually a really important dynamic 'cause the rest of the Old Testament. After Abraham is all about God's relationship to one family, and what you'll see is that God gets most angry in the all estimate at the people who are most close to him and I think that's important because that's actually part of the Messianic trajectory of the Old Testament. Story. Is that these people are selected from among the nations to get God's blessing but that also makes them more liable to God's justice than your average whatever ancient Babylonian something because God didn't rescue the Babylonians out of Egypt. So they're not as obligated to be faithful to him but when the people that he did rescue are not faithful to him it makes him more angry. This helps us at least begin to think about God's intense anger in the Old Testament is mostly directed to the people of Israel and the golden calf story is a good good example of that.
Philadelphia Homeless Encampments Prepared And Fortified To Fight After Eviction Deadline Passes
"The homeless encampments encampments in in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, still still standing standing after after the the city city on on Wednesday Wednesday morning, morning, issued issued its its third third order order for for people people to to leave. leave. Kyi Kyi W's W's Tim Tim him him Menace Menace has has Mohr Mohr from from museum museum row row along the Ben Franklin Parkway, where organizer's aren't planning on going anywhere anytime soon. Mental barriers and wooden pallets are blocking off the encampment here, a 22nd in the parkway. These barriers are not put up to be violent as Can you try to say on Twitter? That's organizer Jamal Henderson, who says the possibility of force being used to evict them is on the top of their minds. After what happened blocks away a few months back on 6 76 City will not have a date to tear gas and you and used rubber bullets in a statement, the city says the goal is still to solve this situation peacefully, and they'll continue outreach efforts even if it takes a few days. And forcibly removing people is the last resort. The city also expressed concern about protesters quote, stockpiling supplies to aid their resistance and caution nearby residents to stay away from the next few days. Henderson's response doesn't look like we're stockpiling. Our preparation for resistance were to bury you. He says. The barriers will come down if Mayor Kenny sanctions this encampment. Instead of city proposal to move it elsewhere on the parkway. Tim Henman is killing W NEWS radio.
New Jersey's Nearly 600 School Districts Given Option to Open Remotely in the New School Year
"Are are getting getting ready ready for for the the school school year year in in New New Jersey, Jersey, Governor Governor Murphy Murphy announced announced a a reversal reversal and and district's district's would would be be allowed allowed to to have have all all remote remote learning. learning. W's W's Tim Tim Jimenez Jimenez has has more from Cherry Hill. Earlier in the summer, the governor was calling for districts to have at least some in person learning. But during his latest news conference, he said all remote is an option if districts meet certain criteria, and they have a plan in place for one day, getting kids back in the classroom, he added, There's no one size fits all approach to reopening. Think there's a very good decision because there is actually a lot of parents that where You were feeling very uncomfortable. That's one parent speaking to NBC 10. As for the districts. One example is Cherry Hill Superintendent, Dr Joe Melosh says they're going forward and allowing families to choose either a hybrid schedule or an all remote one. But he's warning parents. It's all fluid. We will continue to work with. Our return to school committees are building based bandana response teams, the Board of Education. If any changes need to be made other examples Camden and Willingboro. The public schools there are going full remote to start the year in Cherry Hill. Tim Human is carrot W NEWS radio for the second time
New Jersey's nearly 600 school districts given option to open remotely in the new school year
"Are are getting getting ready ready for for the the school school year year in in New New Jersey, Jersey, Governor Governor Murphy Murphy announced announced a a reversal reversal and and district's district's would would be be allowed allowed to to have have all all remote remote learning. learning. W's W's Tim Tim Jimenez Jimenez has has more from Cherry Hill. Earlier in the summer, the governor was calling for districts to have at least some in person learning. But during his latest news conference, he said all remote is an option if districts meet certain criteria, and they have a plan in place for one day, getting kids back in the classroom, he added, There's no one size fits all approach to reopening. Think there's a very good decision because there is actually a lot of parents that where You were feeling very uncomfortable. That's one parent speaking to NBC 10. As for the districts. One example is Cherry Hill Superintendent, Dr Joe Melosh says they're going forward and allowing families to choose either a hybrid schedule or an all remote one. But he's warning parents. It's all fluid. We will continue to work with. Our return to school committees are building based bandana response teams, the Board of Education. If any changes need to be made other examples Camden and Willingboro. The public schools there are going full remote to start the year in Cherry Hill.
Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google Testify Today
"Tech CEOs will testify before Congress Congress today. today. Mark Mark Zuckerberg, Zuckerberg, Jeff Jeff Bezos Bezos soon soon our our pitch pitch and and Tim Tim Cook Cook are are said said to to answer answer questions questions for for their their company's company's practice practice is is part part of of the the House House panels panels investigation investigation of of market market dominance dominance in the industry. Addict's question whether they stopped competition and innovation and raise prices for consumers will be testifying remotely.
Philadelphia Streets Department Remains Days Behind On Trash Collection, Particularly In Northeast
"A heat health emergency remains in effect in Philadelphia. And to make things worse, the streets department Still playing catch up with trash collection would abuse to menace has this report from Mayfair Up and down Oakmont Street and Shell Meyer Avenue, close to Frankfurt have trash bags or stacked walked by and flies that we're resting on a heap scatter. Friday is trash Day, but crews were last here a week ago. Some people are reluctant of even putting it out because you don't know when it's going to get Pick up. That's Linda, who says her morning walks with her dog haven't been so pleasant. It just piles up along the walkway, blocks, sidewalks and the odor. It just continues on and builds up, so it gets ugly. She doesn't blame the cruise, but she's hoping things do turn around. The streets Department says they made progress, but they're still behind with covert related staffing issues. Partly to blame, officials say One option for the restless is to bring their trash to one of the six sanitation convenience centers in the city. Which are now open seven days a week. As for the Heat health, emergency officials say, cooling centers are once again open from 1 to 5 o'clock today, and those locations you confined on k y w news news radio radio dot dot com com In In Mayfair, Mayfair, Tim Tim
Production reportedly slow at Tesla plant in California
"Wall Wall Street Street journal journal tech tech and and auto auto reporter reporter Tim Tim Hagen Hagen says says Tesla Tesla learned learned about about shutting shutting down down and and then then safely safely re re opening opening with with its production plant in China pepper was down for about a week is part of the government's efforts there to surprise stop the spread and then got back going very quickly and sales actually a really very dramatic increase in the first quarter but the question here outside of this huge auto plant how can Tesla re open if it isn't closed the news release from Alameda county doesn't specifically state any provision for the plant to close until Monday no I spoke with a few of the hundreds of workers arriving at the plant thousands really they are here for the early shift but they tell me the plant is slow one gentleman telling me the production line line in in his his view view is is at at about about thirty thirty percent percent
Seattle: Judge rules Tim Eyman broke campaign finance laws, failed to report over $766,000 in donations
"Mylan violated campaign finance laws laws says says the the Thurston Thurston county county judge judge the the latest latest from from Cuomo's Cuomo's jeffco jeffco July July and and his his ruling ruling judge judge James James Dixon Dixon found found that that Tim Tim Eyman Eyman and and his his for for profit profit signature signature gathering gathering company company fit fit the definition of a political committee under state law therefore he was required to report all donations and expenditures to the public disclosure commission something I'm and hasn't done additionally the judge from the diamond concealed more than three quarters of a million dollars in donations at least some of which was used for his personal living expenses he faces fines in the millions in a statement Hyman's attorney said the ruling is contrary to the facts of the law and the constitution they plan to appeal
Apple, McDonalds, Starbucks
"We've got McDonald's we've got starbucks. We have a longtime CEO emphasis on longtime reportedly leaving the company that he he founded and we will get to all of those but we have to start with apple. Because Apple's first quarter which is the holiday quarter was everything you would want to be if you're an apple. Shareholder profits and revenue came in higher than expected iphone sales fifty-six billion dollars worth of IPHONE. Sales else yeah. This is the quintessential beat and raise kind of quarter which apple probably needed in terms the stock Devaluation was trading At all time highs in now is a new all-time high a little bit more so it fulfilled A very high expectations and the question. That you know probably will be bandied around will not spend too much time on this house is evaluation justified at this point. Yeah I mean. We'll we'll get to the stock in a second but the iphone sales rightfully so getting the headlined find the. What is the other products category? That's the official named apple gives it the other products Apple Watch Air Pods beats headphones. Ten billion dollars worth of sales. Yeah you can split up the various segments of apple and get a number of extremely large companies and I should just spin off the other products and you'd have a maybe not a maybe not a top top one hundred company in terms of market cap but certainly top two hundred certainly if you were a fortune five hundred s and p five hundred companies. How many could you get out of Apple? There that that must've work has been done a few times the pile of cash is one of them At at over two hundred billion right now is one of the more dominant companies In history is apple's pile of trades under the ticker P. L. C. S. But in terms of the actual business yeah they've got the the various moving parts wearables. I I guess and and home and That being the the fastest growing part today and and so- expectations for for that or are the highest of various things I think that the IPAD and Mac Sales were a little below expectations and there. It would have been a time where that would have been a big problem But today is not that time iphone is still the dominant part the business and and really got the job done Especially in China. So what about the stock well actually before we wrap up on the stock worth mentioning and this is something will return to a couple of times. Today Tim. Tim Cook did talk about China. And I think in most notably showed up in the guidance that they gave cue to the range of guidance was wider than and they normally give and that was tim cook in his team's nod towards the uncertainty in China and rightfully so yeah a bit of uncertainty. Both as is to what the purchasing patterns will be there especially over quarter in our relief. You're looking at apple over one quarter of timeframe you're probably missing a lot of story there but Possibly benefiting a little bit from move to do some of the manufacturing outside of China and really. Yeah this like many other companies is talking has to talk about what the China fact is going to be in his largely answering entering with the you know over the short term. We really don't know over the long term. Probably not much of a problem apple stock has more than doubled over the past year. As you said it's at an all time high as strong as this company is. This really doesn't seem like the data by shares if you don't own shares so going into the day it had moved up from Over the last six months from about seventeen times earnings of over the next twelve months to twenty four times earnings over the next twelve months The next twelve months earnings. Are you know. Always a little harder to Way Than than the actual trailing twelve months so it they're looking at good earnings in the next twelve months and things like China might be more of a headwind than than we know today And giving a much higher multiple on that positive future. The than was being done six months ago. So yeah the the risk here is that the the stock trades a little bit more like the stock usually trades and at some point in the future. It probably will shares of McDonald's up a little bit this. It's morning after a good fourth quarter report. McDonald's prophets were a little higher than expected global. Same store sales were nearly six percent Another company dealing with uncertainty in China in the future in the present. McDonald's closed a few hundred locations agency. But that's a tiny fraction of the number of locations. McDonald's has around the world. Yeah there is certainly a time when McDonald's was looked tat Negatively for not having done as much expansion into China Essay Yum brands which got bigger there faster and earlier than McDonald's. What's but Today that doesn't look like As much of a problem They have to sort of give the same answer today that Others are giving. We'd we don't not really no. We're taking care of our employees and and you know we don't know I I think that for McDonald's it's more temporary sorry a more where permanent hit to actual cash in the bank in that. If you don't eat Adam McDonalds you're not gonna eat more there later hopefully Whereas if you don't go out and buy your iphone today and you really want to you're gonNA buy it And you know in a month or two or something like that so I think that you you know the phones will eventually be built and manufactured and sold and McDonald's. This is a you know when when they're closed for business they don't they don't make that up later. So that said is another good quarter. I think they have highlighted that US sales are an traffic is what they're you're most focused on and I think that is going well the US guest count getting US guests counter. Positive is our number one priority priority new CEO said In in the call. And you know they're they're getting people in they are. Although I get why it's a priority already. You know even though we see the positive comps and they're able to boost that ticket for two thousand nine thousand nine they did. They did see a slight decline in traffic. You mentioned mentioned the new CEO. I think that's also worth highlighting. McDonald's I mean this is a quarter we're referring to him as the new CEO. St I'm sorry because his name is harder to pronounce than Smith I'm GonNa let you take a crack at it. You'll probably get it right but I'm not one hundred percent sure that I'll pronounce it perfectly because because it is not Smith which is I think the only name I can confidently get right all the time Chris. Kempinski is the new CEO. And I think you're right. Yeah I wrote it down phonetically phonetically but worth pointing out that you know they put up. These numbers is a huge company. And they put up these numbers when in the middle of the quarter Steve easterbrook who had been from a business standpoint a successful CEO and certainly from a stock standpoint and he left suddenly and immediately and Credit to Kempinski and his lieutenants for having no time to ramp up as CEO l.. And pulling off this type of horror and we'll see if he can handle it just doesn't smoothly for the next couple of quarters. Yeah they're so so and there is a tendency to give probably my estimation too much credit to CEO Both positively the and negatively at times And we'll see whether McDonalds a an operation owes as much to Easterbrook as would have been thought the case you know this time last year he certainly did a great job and they're in a good position Right now what they're looking at is more for competition from places on breakfast which McCall's got too early while giving more competition to the the chicken sandwich phenomenon That Popeye's got to earlier than The McDonald's so they're rolling out a couple of new chicken sandwiches and they are. I think expecting more competition from Wendy's in the breakfast category so you know a little bit the getting To some competitions You you know. Both sides could and Brad from a headline standpoint starbucks first quarter report KINDA similar to McDonald's in the sense that profits came came in higher than expected they put up global same store sales growth of five percent. That was I think about a half percent higher than was expected and yet shares of starbucks down a couple percentage points and Maybe they're being more aggressive with their guidance. Since with respect to China but if they are it's probably because they need to be. Yeah I think this is where three three now on getting to China being a big part of of today's stories and It is the their fastest growing and I think second largest market and is a major major major contributor to the top and bottom line again when they're shutting down stores which they're doing closing They are losing that money that cash flow and they're not gonNA make it back despite our recommendation that if you have missed some coffee go ahead and drink more the next day right and make sure you're you're you're getting all the health benefits you can. I mean this is this is not make light of the situation but One thing that lives in listening to the Conference Call I. I felt like a little bit. The I thought the did a very good job of just going on again and again again about the partners Being what other places call employees starbucks calls partners and that the starbucks is success was all attributable to the partners and the a special relationships. And all that and and I'm going through as you have and will again the college experience and my feeling going to every single college and hearing their Spiel is what makes that place. Special is the people right and left and I got a little bit of that vibe was through the conference call which you don't typically quickly get There are many. CEO's that Talk about their third grade employees but starbucks is definitely a leader in that category. Oy I agree with that but I referenced. This the other day that I think that how companies doing business in China provide guidance in their earnings report. This quarter is something that bears watching more closely than usual and as a starbucks shareholder. I was happy with the guidance that they gave the clarity. You mentioned Kevin Johnson CEO. I'll also mention Pat Greece Murphy's the CFO just being very clear with analysts analysts about China about closings. Basically saying to the point that Kaminsky made with McDonald's look we're going to update our guidance for for the current quarter and the fiscal year as soon as we possibly can and they're also dealing in an environment where the the state government of China may not necessarily be giving them all the information they want. That is a very real possibility.
Driver Fired, Held Without Bail In Pembroke Crash That Killed 13-Year-Old Girl
"Hearing at Plymouth county District Court today for man accused in a car crash that killed a young teen and severely injured two others very good cell will be held without bail the judge decided today for up to seven months good solid thirty one year old from Marshfield allegedly got drunk and high at a work Christmas party and then drove a company vehicle through a red light in Pembroke Sunday morning hitting a car with three people inside one of those people was thirteen year old clears this our son who died from her injuries Claire's mother and friend were were both both critically critically injured injured Plymouth Plymouth county county DA DA Tim Tim crews crews says says they're they're likely likely be be a a lengthy lengthy investigation investigation into into both both good good cell cell and and the the highway highway safety safety company company he he worked worked for for my my goal goal in this is to make sure that everybody who violated criminalizes held accountable this case is tragic but make no mistake about it this is a crime what a tragedy to crane that was avoidable and big but for this in its actions we all want to be standing here today good sellers due back in court next
Food Network Kitchen is Using Voice to Bring You Live, Interactive Cooking Classes
"Am Director Director of emerging technology for discovery and discovery of course being a entertainment brand discovery Channel Food Network Asia TB maybe a ton of different Content channels across TV In mobile and I have been working with a team to build buildouts voicing conversational applications For about four years now. Yeah No. That's awesome so as he mentioned You know discovery being the parent company of the Food Network for those of you. Who may have heard the first two episodes that I did with Kathryn Prescott We actually talked a lot about this new service that's tied to The ECHO line devices. which is this food network kitchen? And so after that I actually got in touch with Tim. Tim is part of the team. That actually built this APP. So it's a really cool model and we're gonNA talk through it. But why don't we start Tim with giving us a little bit back on how the idea really came about for food network kitchen. So we've been we've been working in different delivery channels for food network content for a long time we have very successful at a very successful mobile APP. of course we're very successful and LINEAR TV and on the Web Our our direct to consumer group recognized that we need to change the way we deliver content based on the way that customers are really consuming. Content differently This we knew very successful linear TV. But that's not really the future of what we're going to be doing so we really had to do is sort of a deep rethink on. What the Food Network brand means and what the value is we're trying to deliver to customers customers and a very happy that we decide to take a kind of a really bold change to what we're doing? We are now offering offering a subscription product. Everything that was a free all of our free content prior to this and still free. So if you're if you're in using the previous after website jolly stuff is still there but we decided that in order to make the subscription valuable. We were going to start producing additional content and instead of just being a lean back watch TV experience. We're going to become more interactive so As well as being an entertainment provider. We're also going to be an education provider so we're now going to be giving on-demand cooking classes as well as live cooking. Classes and premiums step-by-step recipes. So the idea is across all bar bar platforms mobile connected. TV and Voice Multimodal on Amazon Alexa is that we're going to provide a consistent experience across all those platforms to allow Allow our users to be able to be inspired and select recipes. Be Able to do their shopping. And then also go to the kitchen counter and it'd be able to make them or learn how to make them become more comfortable
High chance of another eruption at New Zealand's White Island
"Thirty thirty people people are are hospitalized hospitalized with with severe severe burns burns six six are are dead dead and and there there are are new new signs signs this this morning morning that that the the white white island island volcano volcano in in New New Zealand Zealand could could erupt erupt again again police police deputy deputy commissioner commissioner John John Tim Tim says says that that is is holding holding up up search search and and recovery recovery we we are are standing standing by to go back to that all of the resources the focus turning as soon as we are confident that there are no risks and if those risk can be managed when we go to retain until at all and we will do so nine Americans were on the popular tourist island some are among those still missing
U.S. prosecutors open criminal probe of opioid makers, distributors
"We are following a developing story in the OPIOID makers the Wall Street Journal Reporting Federal Prosecutors have opened up a criminal probe into a number of these companies. Let's get right now to make trump back at CNBC HQ with more details. Make Hey Brian well. These companies are already facing thousands of lawsuits over their role nuclear crisis. And this may be a case of another negative headline rattling stocks. Now we already knew that these drug makers and distributors had received subpoenas from US attorneys concerning the controlled Substances Act Johnson and Johnson. Kevin Mallon Cotton Amnio on the drug company side and Amir Source Bergen mckesson of the distributors now. The Journal reported today that federal prosecutors have opened a criminal investigation into drug companies examining whether they violated that act which the Journal points out is normally used to go after drug dealers. I spoke with Bernstein analyst. Ronnie Gal who said he was surprised that the stocks were moving so sharply lower on this. He said investigations investigations are one thing but criminal prosecutions would be another and right now. The report is that the probe is in its early stages but he also pointed out that these stocks had recovered quite a bit over the last month on some potential expected relief in these lawsuits particularly Teva. Some of the companies have reached a tentative settlement framework with some state attorneys general over the OPIOID the degation but not all states are on board. And it's not a done deal. Meanwhile oxycontin maker Purdue Pharma continues to make its way through bankruptcy trying to get more CDs on board with its settlement proposal which is contingent engine unsettling DOJ probes as well and a New York case against multiple companies is scheduled to go to trial early next year unless a settlement is reached. They're the headline today. Just another reminder reminder guys at this saga is far from over for these companies brand make tro make thank you very much or you guys. Just talk more about this. I mean these are big names. The stocks got hit today but this is an issue. We're talking about a criminal probe. We're not talking about a civil case. We're talking about criminal charges here. So the headline risks of significant name like mckesson for example. And it's done this a number number of times within the last six months one thirty one fifty five back to one thirty back to one fifty five. It's probably headed back down to the thirty five W. trade these stocks right now. You don't autumn because that's not the environment we find ourselves in people will say mckesson nine times. It's cheap it is cheap but the headline risk is too severe. So it's down seven percents today my senses senses this further room to the downside but one thirty five level. I think you close your eyes and you buy it again. Well if you think about John Jaso they are clearly both. The most diversified in the one is the biggest balance-sheet and in fact rallied On a couple of small state settlements in terms of civil charges. So I if you think about the headlines that are going to continue to fly in the face of of frankly on Johnson Johnson a handful of fronts. I don't think you have to go in there and run. You don't have to run in there tomorrow and buy it but I do think you have a dynamic here with a company that is at least I made it very clear. There are places where they think you know. It's worth settling and places where they're going to dig in very hard and ultimately we've seen this balance sheet is actually a rallying cry for the stock during difficult times time so I actually think this very well insulated around here is best as I can understand it very unclear. Federal Criminal Environment. Yeah I mean you got teva which is down fifty four percents year Amnio which is probably too small dimension. I mean make mention it so I will again. But it's down eighty three percent. Let's not forget about you. Remember insys therapeutics. Anybody Remember Insurance Nancy. They filed for bankruptcy in June. The stock basically went to zero because they had criminal charges around opioids now. They were more of a sort of a biotech nick base in Arizona. The point I'm trying to make here and I do wonder you don't know where these are going to go. This is the national crisis. We're talking about criminal charges. Any reason to own any of them in that circumstance. I guess if I had to own one I would go to John Jay with seventy and they can afford it right. The balance sheet is as Tim. Tim is talking about is the best shape of any of them. But I don't think you need to. I don't know why you need to I don't know why you need to chase him. Go
Sondland said he was acting on Trump's orders, aide told investigators
"New transcripts in testimony in the impeachment inquiry inquiry in in a a transcript transcript from from national national security security a a Tim Tim Moore Moore is is that that he he says says you you you you ambassador ambassador Gordon Gordon silent silent told told him him he he was was discussing discussing Ukraine Ukraine directly directly with with the the president president the the song song until until the the Ukranian Ukranian official official the the military military aid would come after an announcement of the investigations of the gas company that former vice president Joe Biden's son worked for because my journey dining reports a gas company Beres ma also came up in testimony from a special adviser to vice president pence Jennifer Williams actually on that July twenty fifth call in the transcript of that called the rough transcript that was released by the White House brief smile is not mentioned by name the company on which hunter Biden sat on the board of now you have Williams testifying that presents a Lansky actually did bring up the recent up by name she is the second official who listened in on that July twenty fifth call who has said that the recent was specifically mention by name and then office of management and budget official Tim sandy testified that he did not know why the four hundred million dollars in military aid is with health and describe the process is
New 'Men in Black: International' trailer is out
"Men in black trailer is out men in black international Wilson's going to the song for this one. No, he's not even in it, though. It it does Tessa Thompson has two vendors Tessa Thompson, and Chris Hemsworth. Leeson is also in it as well as Emma Thompson and Rebecca Ferguson plays the villain. So this is second trailer. It's the it really shows off their chemistry, which we saw in Iraq. So I'm really looking forward to it very elegant or somebody else. It is not it is f f Gary gray who to wreck did the fast fear fest fears eight Phil bay the furious. Yeah, that's fine. I'm into that was that was opportunity for a segue that I did not make us a little dog going to be in it a little pug. They're not gonna have Will Smith you might as well have the little Dino. And sure worms was the little dog is the Wurmser in the trailer was was was the dog voiced by Joe Pesci or something. Or is that another dog by any of us at this table? Could could probably do the it was it was not. It was not a it was a character actor Tim Tim Blaney
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"That would prohibit the MTA from getting billions in state funding, unless the legislature approves congestion pricing. Among other things congestion pricing is an important part of the governor's plans for the MTA so much. So that he reportedly plans to hold back over seven billion in MTA funding in order to pressure lawmakers into passing the toll plan for Manhattan below sixtieth street. A spokesman for Senate Democrats calls it, the kind of horse trading that Albany was notorious for in the past and says it should be avoided administration. Officials tell the daily news it's meant to ensure that congestion pricing becomes a reality. Al Jones, Tim, Tim wins news. Bronx borough. President Ruben Diaz we are saying no way. No how we will not pay
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"Magazine where she's a bunch of did Disney princesses. Which is hilarious. So there was an auction over the weekend of playboy founder Hugh Hefner's belongings. And there's a detail. I miss somebody paid twenty two thousand dollars plus for a very special ring of his it's a golden onyx ring that opened up it opens on the top to reveal a secret compartment, which is exactly the shape to hold a Viagra pill. So you open it and there's secret Viagra inside the race twenty two thousand dollars. Yeah. It's like Hughes version of a life alert bracelet. With that like. You could you can use it. But like, otherwise, what do you mean? You gotta have a lot of money spent twenty two thousand dollars on that. What the hell do you do with that? Where it, you know. No for when you need your Viagra. It's actually kind of a cool ring. Just keep mine on my pocket is just like right there. I don't need a ring. Lantana? And you know, you might forget it's in there and into the washing machine timers. Right. I don't care if wash my drugs again, and they're expensive too from what I understand. I've never messed with that stuff. We talked about it a couple of weeks ago because I said I wanted to drag my husband. Yeah. I've never. Fortunately, I'm not at that point yet. I you have some gray hair. But the point here from having a pop that so, but I I know people who've tried it. I've. I'm afraid I'd be that guy who had never went down like ever and for the rest of my life. I'd have to like. I'd have to go to the yard or I'd have to purchase kind of brace or something to like keep it down because it would never go down ever. Do you know if it lasted too long, you'd have to go to the? What are the on their like sorry, dude? Like, we can never go down. It's going to be like this forever. You'd have to walk around like this forever. And then I become the dude is pitching at ten twenty four seven like people think, I'm perverted. I'm like, no I recreationally took Viagra never went down. So they have to give you a shot in your Wang. If it doesn't go down. I've heard that Dr listing. What do you do how does that work? Eight five five five nine one one zero three five everyone else. Listen to Christmas music. Let's have a valuable conversation public service. What happens if you take Viagra and it lasts then? And and the soldier never retreats. You know, he just continues to stand at attention. What is it true that you have to like drain it or there's an injection involved? This is all your floods. Rush. Matter is someday, I'm going to need it. So I'm not screwing with it. Until that time. We're we're talking wait until we're way away from that time. Fortunately, but someday, I'm going to need it. And I'm not messing around till it. It's essential. I'm just not people do for fun. Fun to me this summer. We're back to find out. What happened? He works on women to do. You take it. Hopefully, nothing stays up. You know? I hope not. So if you wanna do it, then you're doing. All right. More to check it online. You could see that ring, by the way. It's kind of a cool looking rain that's up there. Yeah. I think so. And you could also see Lindsay Lohan as the DNC Disney princesses and the preview for her club show. It's all at dot com. I know offense. We have a nursing student. We have an EMT, I'm we'll take both of them. But I know we have like OB gyns listen to us and stuff like that. I really liked to talk to. But that's fine. Let's see what we got nursing students. Good. Hi nursing student. Nikki, how are you? I so what happens if if one is to take the pill after using Hugh Hefner's twenty two thousand dollars Viagra ring. And then it doesn't go down. What happens? So it's almost like a shot, but there is a needle drain the blood out of your. So you put the needle in the johnke. All right, Nikki, I gotta go. Thank you. Side and the whole. Dr Tim, Tim. Doing. Well. How are you? Dr tim. Thank you so much. He's an ER physician. No sense a nursing student. That's lovely and thank you for going to nursing school. This is great. But we had Dr Tim now. And so Dr Tim is she right? If the if first of all, why does that happen? If one is to take the pill, and it does not retreat. Why not? The wait a medication works is. It makes the blood vessels expand and get real like open. Goes in. But it doesn't come out and is seen this. Oh, yeah. Lots of times. Okay. So the blood vessel. Okay. So so you seen this as in your physician? And so then what do you do when person comes in and says, it's we'll go down. Nice back on it. You tell me think about you know, boring thing. Are you serious right now in icepack numb? Yeah. Okay. Work which by about half, the time doesn't work again. Having to do you large needles? Jesus who? Okay. What happened? And you take some medication designed to reverse biogra-. And from either side of the Panthers. Stop. Oh my gosh. Antidote. Okay. So what kind of how many of these cases? Do you see Dr? Common. So I've been practicing now for my ten years and I've seen from about fifteen or twenty. So when it comes in with that issue is he in pain or is he just like this on? Titles. That usually brings him in. Why would it hurts? Why would it because it doesn't hurt when you have it for, you know, the time that you need it for the time that you're using it? So why would it hurt later? You know, what I'm saying would always much blood for too long in one place exactly block going in. But it's back coming out. He's still got all the blood keep going in towards just filled in pressure and pressure in front. The needle is probably secondary all the Neal between injecting the medication and then truthfully pulling some of the blind out. On. Are the guys like just screaming believable? Yeah. Usually, they are known ROY. The needles darn they're usually very appreciative. Because. Dame there in from the prolong your accent was preemptive. That is orders of magnitude worse than what I'm gonna do. I'm sure how
"tim tim" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Plenty h Dominic. Foxworth him kurkin Tim. Tim Menendez's normally a frivolity filled segment, but you know, I'm a baseball guy and I am incensed by what happened with the Marlins in the Braves. I can't deal with this stuff anymore. Him Donny baseball. It just seems like this is dying to slowly. As a matter of course, it Kunis one of the best young players in the game. This is unacceptable to meet him. Well, it is to me to Clinton, then it's unacceptable to most people in the game. Look, I'm all for retaliating to protect the teammate. If somebody disrespects use your team, I'm all for knocking down. I mean very hitting him once in a while, but there is no excuse for hitting somebody because he's too good. We can't beat him, so we're gonna hit him. That's just is totally. Unacceptable is totally inexcusable and I never understood this look. This is a hard game played by hardman and that's what I love so much about it. However, when it gets to this point, hey, this guy sue good. So we're going to have to hit him. That's just stupid and it's got to go, and it's not going to go as long as the suspension is only six games. Maybe it should have been to starts and maybe then the lesson would have been set to size. So do you think this is gonna change at some point because. I suspect that the way that you feel now may not have been the way you felt. I mean ten twenty years ago when. I mean, the question is, have your views on this change? No, I've always felt this way from day one. Okay. If somebody's better than you, you should find a way to beat him. You shouldn't just hit him. Bob Gibson didn't do this. Don. Drysdale didn't do this. Go look at their hit by pitch rates for their career. They're right in the middle of the hit by pitch rate or pay, they'll dust you. So you don't get too comfortable. But in recent years it's gotten to the point where a pitchers don't know how to hit anybody anymore. Rick. Sutcliffe explain this the other night. It appears throw at somebody you trail a four seamer at him a pitch that doesn't move. And that gives that guy a chance to get out of the way. But the pitch that Urania through was a two seamer that ran in that yours can do that they can run in and hit that guy in a place and in a spot where you almost can't get out of the way when you intentionally run it in on him like that. So. So I've never felt this was the right thing to do, but I, I do feel stronger today than ever at this is unacceptable behavior to just hit somebody. 'cause you can't beat him to encouraging Clinton Yates stomach FOX with Tila Petar. So we'll stick with extracurriculars. We'll take us to the west coast, the plea Hundley situation. I happen to be of the belief Tim, that the dodgers have to figure this out for plea because he's never going to do it for himself. He runs hot as a player. He gets in phases. I don't have a huge issue with that a feel like they've got to get some equivalent of Git, bet coach as a base coach. Whenever they see anything getting remotely out of hand that just gets in there. What did you think of that situation? How it developed Hunley tweak is just out of control at this point still. Well, he's still much more under control now than he used to be the dodgers. No, the issue they have done, I believe for the most part of very good job taking care of it, given how he used to..
"tim tim" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Interesting guests, today Mr. Tim Martin little, background on Tim Tim. Is an attorney the prosecuting attorney for a long time now is. Private, practice attorney however Tim is interesting in the fact that he in a period. Of one year so join the two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen now has purchased into nine apartment complex deals that add up to sixteen hundred and. Thirty forty units that's quite a bit of accomplishment and. Just short time so he's obviously got his mindset and made up on what he's planning on doing so without, any further ado let me go ahead and welcome this, gentleman on Tim welcome to show Thanks for having me great, to join you Well Tim let's take it from the. Beginning to get a lot. Of great stories I've. Talked to many. Times Nice, it's, nice knowing you and your brother both for the time I've known you. Start with the story of Way back when you decided. That something had to change in your life financially the story you told was is incredibly interesting and funny story once you go and pick, it up there from when. You first started deciding, to something need to, change by nature, for your long term look at things del out this beat straight fifty six, years of age and you know kind of. Worn out as a, trial attorney like. Spanish usually around twenty, years whether it be as a prosecutor, defense turning I do white collar criminal defense now but as you said I was, a prosecutor, for many years and basically what, I did is I hit all my money in a financial institution, mutual funds individuals doctors recommended by my broker and. I took three beating the first one was in ninety seven and then the. Two thousand and one tech, bubble I had sixty percent of my assets in techs and and lost big time and then the final Straw was the two thousand eight two thousand nine beating some of those I lost half of my portfolio. And it was very discouraging. And then I came, across rich dad poor, dad and then, I looked into some of his real estate seminars and watch that was our, webinars and I went out and I bought. Ten single family homes, here in the. Chicago metropolitan area big, mistake was I paid cash warm but. Nevertheless they produced a fantastic return in my is consistently delivering between twelve and sixteen, percent a. Year with a lot of tax, advantages and then I add the capital appreciation on the home since, I bought them as for closures rehab them and. Then was able to increase their value by almost double each one and then. My younger brother toll On me about lifestyles and once I found out about lifestyles then that a. Segment called passive investing where I could, actually go into deals apartment buildings and without doing any work invest passively and with little to no risk get a fantastic tax free return. On my money and have that principles still still there and still working for me and sometimes, double within a three to five year period and the nine deals that I'm in. Dust fire since joining light lifestyles Not really Hi rid return on those. Single families you must have purchased some. Very well you say you bought? Them what two. Thousand nine did? You buy During the Thousand nine and two. Thousand eleven they were all Bank. On foreclosures the business model I use was a, three bedroom two bath ranch all within a three community area that I, was with and I had a nine union crew go in there and rehab and fix them up real nice like you advocate and was able to rent them out at a very attractive. Rental rate the tenants were happy and the market bounce back and they've really done well in terms of capital appreciation Sounds like they did a great job on this stuff Just trying to imagine what, the return would have been if you would've. Used leverage probably been about one hundred percent or better Look at it and I put on there instead of owning ten, houses if I would've just put twenty percent down I could own between forty and fifty houses or, two hundred unit apartment building and I would have been. A lot better off even, though I had a nice return on now Nominee ask you a question that's I just came up in my mind with your statement because this is a. Interesting this is a national show so there's people in all fifty. States listening to this right now the question that I'm going to bring up is you mentioned. You used a non? Union crew how does that work and I know Chicago's very liberal in. Unions must be very strong there what does it mean to use a non union crew is illegal or do you have problems? With. Unions if, you do? That, sure, with us how that no no as long as they're licensed and as long as they're, licensed and they have the insurance they can pull the permits, and do the work for you whether it be, doesn't, matter, what traded as. Plumbers plumbers electricians it doesn't matter so as long as, they are licensed in have insurance they can pull the permits and. Get the work done for you so instead of paying anywhere between eighty one hundred twenty five dollars an hour hours paying forty dollars Dollars an hour Wow that's. A massive difference that's unbelievable Because, we, get, the same work. Done here plumbers electricians and so forth we probably get that work. Done for twenty thirty dollars, an hour so Stephen less here obviously. But that's still that's a massive difference really intelligent people figure out how to pull that off as. You go into this type of stuff now let's go back to the story that you told. Me about going to the financial planner I think he said it was back in two thousand twelve that that story is just. A, great story for everybody. Out there Well. Given up on my first financial planner and I went to a new financial planner one of the biggest houses in the country National organization and I set out what I told you. That I took, three, significant losses to to my portfolio so he, had me put down my? Income and then, my, assets and liabilities and he says well you. Make a good income and he says what do you wanna do and I says, well I wanna to retire soon, as, I can I'm a. Little bit worn out. And I would like to keep. Up my lifestyle my current lifestyle and, he, said okay, any look through everything. He did his analysis I came. Back. Three days later he, sat me down and he says look he? Says we can do this we can. Make, this work nice great tell me out, says what are you going to keep working. Till you're sixty five just like everybody else And then we're what? We're gonna do, is, put you you're going to up your annual. Retirement contribution to twenty five percent of your net income and I said oh boy, you know then they'll take a, little, chunk and he says. Yeah but the benefits. Will be there and I said. How so and he said well when, you, get to, be sixty five we're. Gonna put you on the. Five. Four. Three plan I said, what's the five four three plan and he? Says let me explain it to you He says when he get out of the gates sixty five you're going to be, roaring to go take a lot of vacation cruises what have you, to the dinner you're gonna be you know you're going to be very active so you're going to be taken out. Five percent of your, principal, and on top of your social security and then at, seventy you're going to be starting to slow down a, little bit neck and take as. Many. Vacations you're not going to be. Quite as active but still you'll be gone as as. Most people are any go down to four percent withdrawal rate and then after seventy five. Year at three, percent, and, then thereafter, because you'll be much slower and you won't be, wanting, to take as many vacations and. You won't be, as active? And then I, says, well then then I'm losing all my, principal and he says it doesn't matter, because, you can't. Take it, with you and? He starts giggling? And laughing nice, that's not what I wanna do I want to. Leave a, legacy and a little bit to my children and, my and my extended family so that was his the financial planners route. To my financial freedom in my? Retirement plan is, he's gonna, put me in stocks and bonds. Until I was sixty five and keep me in their withdrawn on the five four three plan so this. Break this down a, little bit Tim just between you and me so you lose you're losing five percent of your. Net worth you know every year so after, five years you're down to only seventy five percent of what you started with and that's if the, market doesn't turn against you so now you have less and now, you're going down to four percent of a smaller number so it's way larger decrease in income than what it first. Appears so we'll cover, that, we get back up we're gonna take a short break, our number here is eight seven seven seven.
"tim tim" Discussed on WTVN
"Lines we've got tim tim you're on six ten wtvn good morning good morning joe how you doing good how are you man i'm hanging in there hey listen to the program this morning again another fine example talk radio the situation with muller or mueller i think he could have made people a little bit less apprehensive about him if he not chosen all democrats who had contributed to hillary and barack obama's campaign on his staff if he you know would have put you know one or two people who were of the opposite mindset and the other point is gonna make or the question i have for you did you get the listener to see any of the hearing stroke the peter struck stuff yes i didn't see the whole thing i i have a life and it went on for like ten hours i saw a lot of it yes yeah well what did you make a his performance i mean as far as was he credible it's gonna make people mad but i i yeah i mean i thought he was i thought the republicans really embarrassed themselves on that not all of them but some of them did you know making the guy reenact you know some of the texts the one guy who said you did you look at your wife with those is gone yeah we were do your work stop stop trying to create a theater here i know you're trying to put together a little video clip for your next campaign but it was a really bad show i would have much rather seen them stick to the issues then try to perform the be fair that was both sides of the aisle to right oh it always it always is but it but it seemed very elevated on the on the right side of the committee for sure i in my opinion well i think if if trump would step up and tell the fbi in the doj that the stuff that these people are wanting in congress whether it's good batter different that ought to be presented so the people of the country could make an opinion rather than happen to you know go on a sumptuous or hearsay or whatever anything that doesn't put somebody in harm's way or mess up a an operation outside of the country i think just like for instance when they were trying to get the number of interviews that this guy had performed before he made a decision on the emails that kind of stuff there that that should not be an even what do you think about that i wouldn't think so but you know to be honest you know the question you asked me a second ago did i find peter struck credible you know and i said i sorta did i it's kind of hard to answer that because that whole day became less about him and more about how that hearing was conducted and i didn't care for the way that was conducted and i saw people on fox news.
"tim tim" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"But i cannot white me to villains scorpion and phrase free gays i phrase mageza scoping and electra and also shock and also roy and also mister negative and what are they doing with these characters so these these baiting up spider man comic book accurate or is it like is it a new design but it's it's an easy okay cool i think it's going to be really fantastic nashi say any other eight thirty stuff that you want to talk about i should get a video game system i get a pay us for calc if to in the switch as well okay i'll just put my pennies nice i'm saving up and paintings even though it's not a currency here i don't even know how i'm gonna spend them second along i mean he kinda even change them at the bank exactly it's i want to take coins but go do what you gotta dad's correct oh just quickly i ran into him at the park to full in what's going on with donna souls grading who's tim tim was at a live show also yeah and it was his birthday on friday shout out to did you hit him and he's might rub after the show yes i bought me a beer which was really really good it was really good to say let's go zing it works swaps as well to make that swayed creamy soda yeah good one the one you contra drink ever again i finished the thing okay you got to get back on the sugar i don't think i am i had i had a scar on yesterday in my heart and at least didn't have jamming curry modus wow just applying lane skin it was good but i think i'm going to try and stick to a.
"tim tim" Discussed on WNVZ Z104
"Four okay the weather's supposed to be like eighty five on the perfect exactly what you want for for an all day festival like this all right so we're gonna give away tickets in the way we're going to do it is we're going to play you the voice of somebody who has been a past performer at shag fast and all you have to do is tell us who it is okay so the voice you're about to hear should sound familiar to you because this person has been on the shag stage okay and facts we take the clip where this person actually talking about working with pharrell so that kind of makes sense bring it full circle listen carefully and name this former shag fest performer ready i worked very closely with tim tim is one of those people that i always thought gap me but i said if it would be anybody else that i work with as a producer would be because that's the only other person that i think give me if you don't know that i don't know how to help you all right so who is that four seven three one four five and we're gonna take color fourteen everybody who cheated and called in early gets hung up on again say and this the.
"tim tim" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"Hello and welcome to the complete guide everything podcast about everything i'm one of your host tom and i'm tim tim how're you doing this week i'm i am out of my mind excited for dino action this weekend at the box office the following weekend at the box office and probably if we're honest the next two or three weekends after that at the box out go the box office every are you gonna go see the movie or just go the box office i'm gonna do i'm gonna i'm gonna play by ear go and i'm going to see take a look at the posters right for jurassic park i was going to say what's the name of the new dress park jurassic wall world lost kingdom milk the final kingdom nope jurassic kingdom the loss park now that winds up bad though that one it's like they lost a park how the hell that happened get a chaos fear to come investigate that yeah jurassic park fallen jurassic world fallen kingdom yes all right yeah i'm gonna go check out as you can see a lot of research do before prepared to go see well that would make sense why you have to go so many weekends because presume it sounds like the first few weekends we've gotten a ticket to the wrong movie yeah probably we have realized until halfway through like dang it this isn't the fallen kingdom at all win win this dinosaur.
"tim tim" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain
"Welcome back we are done talking about homelessness for this episode at least but the guilt topic continues read an email to you and talk about slightly different type of guilt and a slightly different way to get there which some of you may be experiencing or may have experienced let's see if we can help this person through their struggle i'm going to read you this email where is it when a call this person tim tim says i've hit a huge roadblock in my life it's impacting me my relationship and my ability to enjoy life listen to your story about your stepfather and how you would walk on eggshells to the point of becoming a judgmental perfectionist i had a different issue with my stepfather in that all of my hobbies were our waste of time to the effect that i can't pick them up in my adult life because i've been conditioned that it was bad or made me worthless writing gaming drawing all of the these things i absolutely enjoy i can't bring myself to pick them up because they make me feel guilty how can they get over this in enjoy the things i enjoy again har i thank you so much tim that is a great question and i think you know one of the things on address i is the walking linac shells part in how like you said it created a judgmental perfectionist in me i think that's a good point i think that when you are with someone that you feel like you can't be authentic with that you realize might be sensitive to anything you do that might tick them off that you tend to walk on eggshells that you tend to be very careful around them you don't say the wrong thing you don't do the wrong thing you try to be as perfect in their is so that you don't incite bad.
"tim tim" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook
"I have one why did you think that just lost in the moment my question is can we see more bosch thank you now chef bosch i think it would be a really nice thing if you saying song thanking everyone for comment maybe way like we can leave the stage as sort of saying us out and you can bank max and max thank you so much you're welcome fitting me with this guy's running like a business he comes all the way to the tia's unbelievable what's your name it's tim tim might be good they say that you have like a huge business i have a huge okay whoa and that to listen not mad in years is like raunchy like christmas ornaments sex christmas okay okay that's good so max and tim we're thinking tim as well we're thinking the i thanking the city of chicago the guy was a character in the song okay anything else and your boss for it obviously i guess you wanna think me go no show without us okay got it okay i'm going to handle it mike over to you hey guys chef boss year.
"tim tim" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"Hello and welcome to the complete guides everything podcast about everything i'm of your host dom i'm tim tim how're you doing this week i'm tired and out of it yeah oh i forgot and this isn't like a bit but i have a birthday present for you birthday it is like an open it on i've wrapped it a shade rapped iran wrapped it i wrapped it in a style that i thought he would like ooh man i like that some of this podcast now is giving each other birthday presents wrapped hit like a cut a beef oh wow from the delhi when used to work at the deli as a teen butcher shop deli meat did sandwiches brought my own bread i mean i could cut you a specific weight of whatever cold sandwiches sandwich work i couldn't i couldn't accept the the slices of bread over the counter held them over the counter and i was like just put him here i don't know if i could do that authorized to give one size of bologna or once ice to american cheese of of marriages to a child that was there with his mother or father okay but how would you pick bologna or cheese eat as the kid the kid the kid has agency in that in that scenario forward thinking butcher shop yeah is a kid baloney or cheese and some kids both get out hit them on my name names baloney or cheese but sometimes.
"tim tim" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"So because i keep thinking once you're the same point about the the the cross sectional area a bank shot just like you said you're coming in higher above the above the rim and so do these measurement the great the great thing about a bank shot it's like pool if you hit that spot it's going to go in it's all there is to it if you hit the spot on the backboard it's going to go in did you play in philly you know i don't know you let me tell you some don't know you did wait a minute i don't know if you did cut a handset now he's a much larger player okay so what i wanna do is i'm gonna put my i wanna put my leg on i wanna hand check right here okay now we have an actual basketball player here to come up with tim tim come i am gonna watch my hands cream will you body checked i mean what could you get away with well you can get away with all of that but then becomes everybody's thinks that it's about the upper body so i want to just keep my legs bent a little bit so now i can you don't rate so this is the devil team do serious too intimate this is what we call the school your sexual defense what you do is draws very uncomfortable put him like this you go so you like that.
"tim tim" Discussed on Love 860
"That's true pay attention pay attention and this is something i paid attention to folks having these issues of mental illness for the better part of my life i've seen it and i've also paid attention to the the benefits of mental health exercise struck constructive exercises for people that do not have a mental illness they both have the same thing in common they they they're demanding of time energy so when you ask what is the greatest impact of mental illness is a time demand because it has to be tended to in one way or another it could be tended to directly by trying to teach someone or give someone some narcotic settle their minds take a function on a productive level or it can be tended to aggressively as was suppressed as a pros precedent as an entire human being not just as a preemie being ill or it could be tended to by mocking dismissing no but it's going to demand some time because it's not something that everyone can get around all the time so someone or some group of people in society are going to have to tend to it in the same tim tim with mental health healthy mental health exercises pursuit kids that play football need to be assured kids that play football coaches they need uniform you know kids that are kids that are in academic challenge pursue that you see on tv on the weekends on in atlanta you know they have to be they have to be given books and study guides computers in order to compete against when these all healthy mental health pursuits.
"tim tim" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available
"By all accounts they out drew the national league in attendance by perhaps a margin of two to one it was funny as i and maybe only time in baseball history every day in the newspapers or every week in the newspapers they had next to the standings of the players league or the nationally they had the attendance standings in there were two which league in which teams were we're getting the most most fans and and people were paying attention to that as much as they were the wins and losses and by all accounts the players league drew so many more fans than nationally because the national league lers dealing with a bunch of unknown players welcome to good seats still available a curious little cast devoted to exploring what used to be in professional sports here's your host tim handling hey now what's going on everybody how you doing my name's tim tim hanlin that is and i'm you're a humble and congenial host for another episode of good seats still available the curiously podcast devoted to of course what used to be in professional sports and i just delighted that you are have come back and put us in you're listening devices and in your ear buds or whatever method by which you inhale or engage with this content we we appreciate it we always look forward to making it for you and hopefully today's episode is no different in terms of intrigue interest and just plain old curiosity fulfilment and today it is in the sport of baseball we're going back to the old times of baseball and yet that said if you sort of get put off by some of the more historical episodes that we do i would suggest you not.
"tim tim" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast
"Yes it's hard to tell to is yeah he has a very grumpy voice you also likes this week you've really likes his feet is always trying to eat something or drink coffee and he also likes try and take the credit for everything but no one can understand him other than tim tim's the only person you can understand okay so the helps explain why he can talk 'cause i when i saw the trailer is like because you can't talk everyone else all they hear is pika pika pichu okay tim is the only one who can understand him and that goes for my theory of being in the beginning of the show where i think this is his dad okay that's how i feel peaked you also has emmy media so he doesn't remember what happens so all this is new to him as well trying to figure out where his partner the dad's son kind of find the debt okay let's cool but you know what the story is entertaining i won't deny that is mitt entertaining very easy it is very creative i just feel like once i finished the game there's no more it's not yeah if i might pick it up by letting my nephew plant there is a lot of cut scenes where you get to hear the name of the kokomo on that they're investigating before you read it so then know how to pronounce your name as well and maybe if a good entry into puzzle games for kids and then maybe they'll we've onto like professional eytan like that.
"tim tim" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"Hello and welcome to the complete guide to everything podcast about everything i am one of your host tim what are you this this week now that makes it going green mean microphone half the energy that microphone still plugged in don't on plug the microphone tim and my name's tim tim they're trying to go green this week well i consider myself an environmentalist in arbor i like the trees oh so that's a specific type of environment like the laura axe okay sorry what were you saying oh i was gonna say i was reading thing today about this new theme park ride so walking dead theme park ride and they harness your screams to power your phone to charge your phone what the hell is this where is this it's at a theme park like in i think it's in surrey like right outside london not far we should go there next time i'm cruises daughter now as you are iwo now that sounds i don't wanna go there i go to an english theme park well it sounds like it's in a very downtrodden town do they not have lectures there that's not london is down drawn and also mostly downtrodden as well but i read this whole article street urchins there in london let's just the orphans yeah they just want to they want to get porridge this what more gruel but i read this whole article where they're like oh yeah they're the harnessing screams and then they're using that energy can plug in your phone and charge your phone that's not real thing somebody some some overzealous reported at bamboozle.
"tim tim" Discussed on Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry
"That super sad is animals are missing for his kids see i felt the same way when tim hi decker was the in bridesmaids and he was just like the person she was marrying yeah just super normal and i was like tim tim tim era he us even speak yeah he's just like just smiling area it was a very same feeling same feeling in my stomach ginny moment you wanna laugh at everything you're doing around you because that's something that you shouldn't go the get yeah thing insane just like airplane guy you wanna see him to slam drink into his face right so anyway the mom mary's the dad and for some reason this is where i get very confused and mel i'm relying on you to explain this to me because this makes no fucking sense so for some reason they live somewhere in california with a nice yard where the dogs can be dogs and the cat can be a cat and they it is revealed that they are for some reason moving to san francisco and because of that the dogs need to be taken to the aunt's ranch yes and the cat to the aunt's ranch i think she's just a friend i don't think she was the aunt oh i got that she was an amp maybe you're right maybe you're right anyway they take it to the friends ranch because she runs like a horse ranch or whatever and they're then they will visit the pets every couple of weeks as a dad got a job like temporary teaching position at a university.
"tim tim" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"A hamburger steaks medium rare with rigs over medium week sausage past rounds and give me a bill stack of blueberry pancakes matter of fact i'll take a bold risk with a lot of butter and a couple of glasses of milk you should that's how he wa here but actually my one of those strawberry waffles in a diet coke has lately i've been trying to watch my way the rain raining an avalanche was saying the savage oh no allow he oh you're listening to this show is cooking which charles and boomer wbt in the wbt studio kitchen someone tells me krisworld is a fan of this song nia die who is a powell tom way chaff love it all right so let's welcome a patient tim tim ten let's walking tim until the others customers and get your nager coming to him tim how are you doing here you are thunder bless you and they they've over a what boomer out yeah good morning town we needed a whole lot we need a whole lot more boomer on the air so i figured this is one way to do it ever separates out there fatty ferry get some stuff right bless you checks in the built impotent hey so would you wanna know how it got hold art art setting it's our barbecue it's act kenilworth return aren't good art smart because have been found out.
"tim tim" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To to may be other areas of the bay area uh housing costs in cinema county are are still a high relative to too many other averages and and and we're seeing we're seeing it to be a very difficult environment for uh if you will uh just general uh workers and especially unskilled workers to to to be able to afford uh uh rentals within uh within the area uh and there is a shortage of of of rental property in in general and and and a two roberts point uh now i think i i really applaud uh city and county government for for trying to to help create more rental property and and there's projects that have been approved here just sense the fires but tub but we have a long way to go to to try to kind of even out that supplydemand between um you know lower lowerwage uh worker incomes and the availability of affordable rentals my away anarchy th woods i sure do um i there's a slogan the spin adopted up here like in many places cinemas strong michael and i'm going to anna's second slogan regarding housing cinema creative because we can't just rebuild what we've had necessarily we're going to have to explore every creative new approach to housing possible and the big topic of discussion before the fires is being reinvigorated now and that is there and that if they get used to the word the letters a d you accessory dwelling units is going to be an important part of our future what used to be called granny units that now we're going to be fora a retired people singles couples those that don't need a large house or a backyard accessory dwelling units of the focus for both the county in the city right now to figure how do we streamline that process how do we adjust the fee structure so it's affordable to do and i've heard tim tim and i have your other guest him and i have talked about how smart it would be uh as people rebuild in some areas like coffee park which tim mention out why not uh since the hook up so there why not create accessory dwelling units for those families couples to live.