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Seattle Votes to Defund the Police, Again

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:54 min | 1 d ago

Seattle Votes to Defund the Police, Again

"Seattle did funds the police again Wall Street Journal. Seattle the incorrigible city council has voted to defund the police for the second time for the second year in a row. Last week the city council voted 8 to one for a 2022 city budget. The cut's police funding by more than $7 million. That slash comes after the city council cut the 2021 police budget. By nearly $35.6 million or 9% from 2019. And now let me share with you some data on murder in Seattle. Seattle has had 41 homicides so far this year and 52 in 2020. Compared to 37 in 2019. So let's see. Last year went from 37 to 52. What 15 were murdered people? Police have confirmed some 501 shootings this year. Up from 332 and 2019. How's that? Downtown businesses have complained about widespread drug use, shoplifting. Homelessness and public defecation. Seattle voters will have to vote out the city council, socialists. If they want to restore public order. I tell you next to the house races and gubernatorial races in 2022. The next most interesting thing I will follow is the Seattle city council.

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Fresh update on "two years" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

00:43 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "two years" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

"The stock market open in Europe down a tenth of 1% reversing earlier gains S&P 500 in many futures also are up two tenths of 1% after we had a significant rally yesterday all the major U.S. indexes climbed at least 2% The NASDAQ seeing the biggest gains since March European stocks New York stock 600 closing up to and a half percent So this on optimism around omega the visor the Pfizer vaccine The MSCI Asia Pacific index continued that rally are by 7 tenths of 1% but things do seem to be cooling now In terms of bond markets U.S. yields at a one spot four 6 7 sit down a basis point on the ten year the two year though more interestingly at 68 basis points down by a basis point The dollar is slightly softer this morning The Euro gets a bit of a lift up two tenths of 1% at one 12 86 and the onshore yuan hit the strongest level since May 2018 on the pivot the PBOC pivot and just earlier this morning we saw the Iran move We've got earnings to come to E and SSP food features $71 50 down 7 tenths of 1% Bitcoin trading at 50,515 That's enough at the markets your Bloomberg radio business flash now here's Hannah George with the latest of all please good morning Good morning Caroline and thank you In France Valerie progress has seen a surge in support since France's Republicans chose her.

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Kennedy Center Honors back once more, Biden attends

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 2 d ago

Kennedy Center Honors back once more, Biden attends

"The the Kennedy Kennedy center center honors honors have have made made the the return return both both from from the the pandemic pandemic and and from from partisan partisan politics politics it's it's gone gone since since twenty twenty sixteen sixteen no no president president had had attended attended the the Kennedy Kennedy center center honors honors but but that's that's now now changed changed as as Joe Joe Biden Biden and and First First Lady Lady Jill Jill took took their their spot spot in in the the presidential presidential box box at at the the Kennedy Kennedy center center opera opera house house last last night night that that alone alone was was enough enough to to prompt prompt the the audience audience to to erupt erupt in in a a sustained sustained standing standing ovation ovation by by restored restored another another tradition tradition that that went went missing missing during during the the trump trump era era as as he he welcomed welcomed the the recipients recipients to to a a White White House House reception reception where where he he praised praised the the honorees honorees musician musician Joni Joni Mitchell Mitchell Motown Motown founder founder Berry Berry Gordy Gordy Saturday Saturday Night Night Live Live creator creator Lorne Lorne Michaels Michaels active active Bette Bette Midler Midler an an opera opera star star Justino Justino D. D. as as ex ex president president tropic tropic skews skews himself himself his his first first year year in in office office after after some some recipients recipients threatened threatened to to boycott boycott the the event event if if he he came came he he missed missed the the next next two two years years and and last last year year the the pandemic pandemic led led to to the the events events postponement postponement until until after after trump trump left left office office Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel Washington Washington

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Fresh update on "two years" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:33 sec | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "two years" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"Of the day The games in equity markets are pretty solid Now we didn't have a little bit of a pairing of the gains in Hong Kong but we stretched back to the upside a little bit here The hang sang tech index is up 8 tenths of a percent A stock like ten San is rallied 1.3% but Alibaba is giving back some of the big gains it had in the past couple of days is trading down around 4% here Thanks index up four tenths of a percent the nikkei rally at 1.1% similar to the gains in Sydney It cost me is up 9 tenths of a percent and in Taiwan the tech heavy tyre X there is up about two thirds of 1% We had seen treasury yields increased across the curve with a two year yield at the highest in 9 months tenure had moved back up around 1.5%.

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Colorado supermarket shooting suspect incompetent for trial

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 d ago

Colorado supermarket shooting suspect incompetent for trial

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting a a Colorado Colorado supermarket supermarket shooting shooting suspect suspect has has been been found found incompetent incompetent for for trial trial a a twenty twenty two two year year old old man man accused accused of of killing killing ten ten people people at at a a Colorado Colorado supermarket supermarket earlier earlier this this year year has has been been found found mentally mentally incompetent incompetent to to stand stand trial trial for for now now bringing bringing court court proceedings proceedings to to a a halt halt a a wide wide all all Ali Ali we we Alyssa Alyssa is is accused accused of of opening opening fire fire at at king king soopers soopers in in boulder boulder in in March March killing killing shoppers shoppers several several store store employees employees and and a a police police officer officer at at a a court court hearing hearing Friday Friday district district attorney attorney Michael Michael Dougherty Dougherty said said four four doctors doctors have have determined determined Alyssa Alyssa isn't isn't mentally mentally competent competent to to participate participate in in court court proceedings proceedings judge judge Ingrid Ingrid Baki Baki ordered ordered a a lysis lysis sent sent to to a a mental mental hospital hospital and and scheduled scheduled another another hearing hearing for for March March fifteenth fifteenth twenty twenty twenty twenty two two hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi

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Swayman's 42 saves leads Bruins over Predators 2-0

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 d ago

Swayman's 42 saves leads Bruins over Predators 2-0

"The the Boston Boston Bruins Bruins came came into into music music city city of of skated skated away away with with a a two two nothing nothing victory victory over over the the Nashville Nashville predators predators Jake Jake DeBrusk DeBrusk used used early early power power play play to to put put the the Bruins Bruins up up one one nothing nothing and and it it has has a a Brandon Brandon Carlo Carlo tallied tallied his his second second of of the the year year in in the the second second period period but but the the story story of of the the game game was was Boston Boston goaltender goaltender Jeremy Jeremy swim swim in in the the second second year year in in a a trailer trailer made made forty forty two two saves saves for for his his third third career career shutout shutout was was fun fun to to watch watch guys guys are are taking taking pride pride the the defensive defensive zone zone and and also also any any offenses offenses on on I I was was had had the the best best seat seat in in the the house house watching watching him him work work you you know know play play together together a a lot lot of of talk talk out out on on the the ice ice it it was was really really fun fun fun fun game game to to be be a a part part of of it it was was a a great great team team won won national national goaltender goaltender you you see see stars stars was was spectacular spectacular the the loss loss he he turned turned aside aside thirty thirty one one shots shots almost almost half half of of which which seem seem to to be be of of the the highlight highlight reel reel variety variety German German takeover takeover Nashville Nashville

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US jobless claims rise by 28,000, but still low at 222,000

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 5 d ago

US jobless claims rise by 28,000, but still low at 222,000

"The the number number of of Americans Americans applying applying for for unemployment unemployment benefits benefits was was back back up up last last week week I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with a a look look at at the the numbers numbers the the labor labor department department reports reports jobless jobless claims claims climbed climbed by by twenty twenty eight eight thousand thousand to to two two hundred hundred and and twenty twenty two two thousand thousand but but that that was was up up from from a a fifty fifty two two year year low low the the week week before before the the four four week week average average continues continues to to drop drop it it fell fell below below two two hundred hundred and and thirty thirty nine nine pounds pounds and and a a pandemic pandemic hello hello overall overall two two million million Americans Americans were were receiving receiving traditional traditional jobless jobless benefits benefits the the week week that that ended ended November November twentieth twentieth that that was was the the week week before before thanksgiving thanksgiving the the numbers numbers reflect reflect an an ongoing ongoing rebound rebound in in the the job job market market after after last last year's year's coronavirus coronavirus recession recession caused caused employers employers to to cut cut more more than than twenty twenty two two million million jobs jobs still still the the US US remains remains four four million million jobs jobs short short of of February February twenty twenty twenty twenty Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Washington Washington

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Liberal Stacy Can't Understand More People Have Died Under Joe Biden Than President Trump

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:57 min | Last week

Liberal Stacy Can't Understand More People Have Died Under Joe Biden Than President Trump

"Tell me. You want the number? How many people do you have because passed away? Trump. I mean, are you listen, now listen to me? It's always two years of his presidency. And two years of his presidency, how many people died? Do you really, are you? I'm not saying this to you because I'm giving you all the time. Listen to me. Now stop digging her up to me and I'm not interrupting you, I promise to stop. I'm trying to become a dialog with you. Are you putting me on her? Do you really not know that more people have died in 2021 than died in 2020? Do you not know that? Don't say do I not. You're not going to clean me down a certain amount of ignorance. The deal is I'm actually educated. I hear these people call me and calling you intellectual. And yet you don't give that. Let me quote, let me quote here, I don't know if you'll trust Reuters. Stacey Stacey, you asked me for a question. I'm giving you an answer. You want an answer? You want an answer, right? COVID deaths in 2021 have now surpassed the toll in 2020 with 350,000 since inauguration day. Listen 2020. 2020 and 2021 are directly responsibility of food. You're going to tell me Biden? You challenged me. You just Stacey. See why I can't do this because people like Stacey don't want to have a conversation because you're so defeated already before you call. You asked me to give you the number of deaths in 2021 while Joe Biden was president. You know, I gave a Stacy. I gave it to you. Excuse me, you're nobody could hear you because you're not letting me even talk to you and I'm gonna let you talk. You asked me how many people died in 2021 because you said it's not true that more people died under Biden's presidency in the year that he's been president than

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Donations pour in for Missouri man freed after 43 years

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Donations pour in for Missouri man freed after 43 years

"More than one point four million dollars has been raised as of Saturday afternoon for a man who spent forty three years behind bars before a judge overturned his conviction in a triple killing the Midwest innocence project set up the go fund me as they fought for Kevin Strickland's release noting he wouldn't receive compensation from Missouri the state only allows payments to people who were exonerated through DNA evidence so the sixty two year old doesn't qualify the judge ordered Strickland's released Tuesday and KMBC TV was there I didn't think they long Tom Strickland always maintained he was home watching TV and had nothing to do with the murders which happened when he was eighteen the prosecutor who asked for his release said evidence used to convict had since been recanted or disproven I'm Julie Walker

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Get to Know Os Guinness, Author of 'The Magna Carta of Humanity'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:59 min | Last week

Get to Know Os Guinness, Author of 'The Magna Carta of Humanity'

"Who is us? Where has he where was he born and what has he been doing most of his life? Well, I'm the great great, great grandson of Arthur Guinness, the original brewer, and very proud of our family heritage and the integrity and generosity of the firm down the centuries. My own branch of the family, my grandfather, was one of the first western doctors in China, actually he survived the box arrives, and he went into the Forbidden City and treated the Empress dowager and the last emperor in the early part of the 20th century. My parents were born in China, and importantly for this book, I was a 7 year old in the Chinese revolution. So I remember the day. You have memory? You have memories? Absolutely. And it's important to this book because I remember the day when my dad said to me son, we're in trouble. Chiang Kai-shek has abandoned the city. We were in the capital, and the Red Army's coming in. And I remember the reign of terror began, and I was there for two years under that, and my parents were kept another two years on the house arrest. But the important was many years later I was at Oxford, and the graduate student, and had general one night with Isaiah Berlin. In other great places of freedom, Jewish. And we discovered he'd been a 7 year old in the Russian Revolution. And I was a 7 year old in the Chinese revolution the two big communist ones of the last century, so he compared notes thank God the English speaking people who stood up against totalitarianism, but in the mid 70s, when I was with him, it would have been unthinkable. That America would be tempted by anything like a radical socialism, let alone a cultural Marxism. And yet, that's where we are

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Keeping Powell Over Treasury Is Better Than It Could've Been

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:25 min | Last week

Keeping Powell Over Treasury Is Better Than It Could've Been

"Jerome Powell's going back to the fed I am both relieved and not relieved, but it's better than what it could have been, Brian, but what do you think of the move? Yeah, well, it is better than what it could have been thrown palace. Led the fed this far. I think he's created inflation, but at least the fed is moving towards tapering, which means buying fewer bonds every month. They shouldn't be buying any, by the way. And then they will raise rates late next year. Early 2023 and so yes, I was amazed that he was reappointed because my feeling my feeling was that him talking about tapering Jerome Powell that is and Jerome Powell saying he wanted to raise rates. I thought that would get him canned. Raising rates certainly sent didn't do it. It surprised the market, too, and it had a minor sell off, not a big sell off, but it was it wanted easy money forever. Because investors do. They know that inflation is good for stocks. Everyone with their equity money and says, oh, sure, print more money. My stocks will go up. You know, Brian, when we were together in Atlanta, you explained to people, we have a 130% more money in the system than we did two years ago. And last of the same number of goods. I read an extended piece this week that the former national security adviser ambassador Robert O'Brien sent to me about we're just not producing what we produced two years ago because of COVID. And we have a 130% more money. Of course we're going to have inflation, and by the way, it's not 6%. It's double digits, according to this analyst. That's exactly right. We did the worst combination of policies that you could do for a market based system to create wealth in the past 24 months. By shutting down the economy, locking down, we destroyed information, supply chains. Because supply chains are just information. I mean, you think about it. There are rock solid rock rip truck drivers in America who are driving across the country to bring liberals in New York City, whatever they

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Brian Laundrie died of self-inflicted gunshot wound, attorney says

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 weeks ago

Brian Laundrie died of self-inflicted gunshot wound, attorney says

"A medical examiner in Florida has determined the cause of death for the boyfriend of slain travel blogger Gabby potato officials say Brian laundry who was found dead last month in a swampy Florida nature preserve shot himself in the head the Sarasota county medical examiner says it was suicide an attorney for his family says Chris and Roberta are still mourning the loss of their son and are hopeful these findings bring closure to both families laundry had been the subject of a manhunt as investigators search for clues in the slaying of his girlfriend Gabby potato in Wyoming during their cross country band trip laundry was named a person of interest in her strangulation death but he wasn't charged a warrant was issued for his use of her bank card after the twenty two year old woman was reported missing hi

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Meet Lee Strobel, Author of 'The Case for Christ'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:09 min | 2 weeks ago

Meet Lee Strobel, Author of 'The Case for Christ'

"And he said I want you to read this book and then get back to me later And he handed me your book The case for Christ And it is a powerful book You are a journalist you are a journalist at the time and you and if I'm telling this thing correctly stop me you are not a big believer in Christ at all and you wanted to write a book trying to show how there's no way Christ was this sort of guy No way And you came to an out of the conclusion by telling that story kind of right Pretty much I was an atheistic at the time I was a legal editor at the Chicago Tribune My background is in journalism and law I've got a master's degree from being a law school And my wife was agnostic you didn't know what to believe about God She ended up becoming a Christian which I thought was the worst news I could get And so I thought how do I rescue her from this culture She's gotten involved in And I thought well if I just disproved the resurrection of Jesus in all of Christianity falls apart So I took my journalism training and legal training and spent two years systematically investigating the historical data concerning the resurrection of Jesus And ultimately became convinced that in light of the avalanche of evidence that point so powerfully toward it being true it would take more faith to maintain my atheism than to become a Christian So that's when I came to faith

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 Sudan military leaders reinstate deposed prime minister

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Sudan military leaders reinstate deposed prime minister

"Saddam's military and civilian leaders have reached a deal to reinstate the country's prime minister who was deposed in a queue last month according to the deal which has now been signed government officials and politicians arrested since the October Q. will now be released the company's top general Abdel Fattah Burhan announced that the reinstated prime minister I've done the home dog will need an independent cabinets until elections can be held it remains unclear how much power the government would hold it would still remain on the tights minutes here oversights the queue has drawn international criticism for storing what many hoped would be a chance at democracy after the fall of long time autocrat Ahmad Bashir two years ago I'm

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Judge declares mistrial in case of Texas man accused of killing at least 18 women

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

Judge declares mistrial in case of Texas man accused of killing at least 18 women

"A mistrials been declared in the murder trial of a Dallas area man accused of killing eighteen elderly women over a two year period the jury reported being hopelessly deadlocked eleven to one in the case of Billy trim your beer and the judges declared a mistrial although the defendant was indicted for eighteen killings this trial surrounded one the death of an eighty one year old blue T. Harris police say while investigating an attack on a woman who survived they found in

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Rep. Jim Jordan: Republicans Have to Win the Next Midterm to Turn Country Around

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 2 weeks ago

Rep. Jim Jordan: Republicans Have to Win the Next Midterm to Turn Country Around

"It's obviously this is a kamikaze party because they feel they're going to lose in 2022 I don't talk that way because I want our people to come out and fight like we're behind I don't take anything for granted what these people do That's the right answer Yeah And so they're like a kamikaze party They think okay we've got two years We control the government Let's get everything in We have It's like ObamaCare So we'll lose a cycle will lose two cycles but we're setting in place for enshrining forever our agenda Here's my concern This is supposed to be a republic So the Democrats it's 50 50 in the Senate And by the quirk of the constitution they have the vice presidents who can break a tie They want today effectively by three or four votes And so they can fundamentally alter our economic system our immigration system our governing system Fundamentally altered Here's my question to you That's not what a republic is supposed to be about in one election We can't win every election Congressman So every election where they're in a majority they're going to be able to turn this country inside out That's what they're up to When we win it back we're going to have to turn it right side up We're going to have to put things back in the property And yes we will We have to We have to And look I think it's growing I mean I think mom's a dad showing up at school board meetings What happened in Virginia What happened in the rittenhouse case where again if that wasn't self defense I don't know what is Where the due process the system our court system it worked and freedom mattered and that stand up for the second all those things So I think it's going to come back in the right direction and Republicans Now again I'm like you I don't take anything for granted and we got to work hard to make sure we win next year but when we do I think we're going to stop everything that we can and then we're going to reelect Donald Trump as president in 24 and get a chance to put the country back on

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 Biden to get routine physical exam, his first as president

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden to get routine physical exam, his first as president

"President Biden is getting his first physical exam since taking office it will be his first in nearly two years a doctor's reported December twenty nineteen noted then candidate Biden was healthy vigorous ain't fit to successfully execute the duties of the presidency with his longtime primary care doctor saying Biden was an overall good shape the president is now seventy eight he will undergo the routine exam at Walter Reed national military Medical Center Sager

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2 men convicted of killing Malcolm X expected to be exonerated

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 weeks ago

2 men convicted of killing Malcolm X expected to be exonerated

"Hi my cross your reporting two men are set to be cleared of the killing of Malcolm X. two men convicted of the nineteen sixty five assassination of civil rights leader Malcolm X. are set to be cleared Thursday according to their attorneys at Manhattan's top prosecutor eighty three year old Mohammad Aziz at the late Khalil Islam had always maintained their innocence a nearly two year reinvestigation about authorities withheld evidence favorable to the defense Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior tweeted his office will join the beds attorneys and asking a judge to toss out the convictions of third man Bushe he'd Abdul haleem also notice tell the chair or Thomas Hagen was also convicted of the murder in March nineteen sixty six Hagen who admitted he was one of the three gunmen who shot Malcolm X. testified either Aziz nor Islam was involved Haygood was paroled in twenty ten hi

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Why Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Ran for Congress

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:28 min | 2 weeks ago

Why Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Ran for Congress

"Welcome back to one on one with Georgia's congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene. Marjorie for those you've been on the show multiple multiple times, but but, you know, we are growing every single day. We were at least 3 million listeners right now. Plus everybody else who watches us on video. So for those who see you every day fighting, but who don't know the backstory what you did and why you made that decision to represent the 14th district. Tell our millions of lists a little bit about who you are and how you arrived in Congress. Well, actually, it's a great question. Actually, I'm very normal. I'm just just like most of the people listening to the show. That's why they hate you. In the Democrat box. They hate all the regular people believe me. Now my husband and I own and operate a commercial construction company where the proud parents of three awesome grown-up kids and love our life just and I absolutely love being an American woman. I think it's a true gift to be an American woman because we have more freedoms in this world than most women. And I'm a strong Christian and I'm so grateful to be able to live out my faith and teach my kids what it means to be a Christian and to love God and be thankful for Jesus Christ. But here's what I saw Sebastian. I saw Republicans gain control in The White House, the House and the Senate in 2016 and then over two years, they completely failed us. They didn't fund and build the wall. They didn't do anything to pass president Trump's America first agenda has make America great again agenda. They didn't repeal ObamaCare. And here's the worst fail for every Republican that calls them self pro life. They didn't even defund Planned Parenthood. You can't even make that. That's all you need to know. Oh, yeah, so when I was supporting president Trump and was thrilled we elected him in 2016. And then I saw the Republicans in Congress in the Senate and in his administration completely fail. Not only president Trump but they failed all of us. That's when I realized that it's these career politicians that over decades have sent all of our jobs overseas, ruining small town America, hurting rural America, killing our strong economy, killing our manufacturing and killing the spirit of America, not only that, putting us in trillions and trillions and trillions of dollars of debt that will never climb out of, I realize that it's going to take regular Americans that are successful day in and day out in the real world to actually save this country. And so I took a chance and ran for Congress and

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This Is the Reason Your Life Is Getting Worse Under Biden

The Dan Bongino Show

02:24 min | 3 weeks ago

This Is the Reason Your Life Is Getting Worse Under Biden

"So yeah there's this disconnect You Biden at the historically low approval ratings I've seen them in the mid 30s which is atrocious for a guy in the first year of his presidency Kamala Harris even worse than the 20s which is just downright embarrassing And one of the reasons is people aren't connecting him to his policies Well yeah yeah Dan he's really unpopular Yeah but then when you pull people about this dreadful infrastructure Bill or is Bill back worse plan you know good swaths of people like oh yeah it sounds like a good deal Folks the reason your life is miserable under Biden We're living in this inflationary environment All this stuff is happening is precisely because Biden has signed the infrastructure Bill spending money We don't have that how to be printed That's why your money's worth less That's why he's creating this entire financial economic ecosystem where people don't want to work We have 10 million open jobs They're printing money to pay people not to work while simultaneously printing money we don't have to build stuff We don't need in many cases that is flooding the country with money That's leading to more money chasing fewer products that's leading to inflation The reason your life is getting worse under Biden in many cases is because of these plans I'm very sorry that I have to address this on a conservative radio program because the conservatives are like yeah Dan we know that Biden's the world like nobody likes but his approval rating on the Republican side Like I said it's like negative 37.2% But there are some Democrats who really dislike Biden and say yo but I agree with the infrastructure plan The reason you dislike Biden is because of the infrastructure plan Let me explain to you the scam they're doing with this bill back worse bill In my newsletter today if you read this article by the committee for a responsible federal budgets called Bill back better would cost would be double with extensions Here's the scam they're pulling They're saying oh don't worry the bill back worst plan is only going to cost about 1.71 .9 trillion That's not what it's gonna cost You can double that amount right away The trick they're pulling folks is they're setting these programs up to sunset or expire in just a couple years So like all the earned income tax credit all this stuff the universal pre-K we're only paying for that for two years Well here's the trick here's what they're gonna do If they win in 2022 the Democrats which I see is highly unlikely but say they win in the midterms I mean it could happen Then the Democrats just extend the

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"two years" Discussed on Who Cares About Men's Health?

Who Cares About Men's Health?

01:41 min | Last month

"two years" Discussed on Who Cares About Men's Health?

"There's a lot of great resources. Yeah what what would be a great resource that you would drive somebody to as a beginning point. Well i would for handsome. Anyone who has a huntsman patient. Please let us know we would love to help you. But what normally can't help is combination of counseling and of pharmacotherapy so that is using combination nicotine replacement like we talked about and then the two medications that are verana. Cleon and those are prescription. So i do think it's helpful to talk to your provider that you're trying to to quit. Because they can prescribe educations and they can even give you brief counseling and also the quit line offers Free counselling as well as some some free nicotine replacement therapy and there are also some apps that are free like with smokefree dot. Gov which are really nice. You can play. put your goal. If you wanna quit they can send you text reminders. And that can be helpful as well. Well congratulations mitch lira. Thank you very much for being on the show and answering some of mitch's questions and We all get together in another year and celebrate three agreed for it. I mean is that. Should i not have said that lire did. Did i just screw screw things up. I think it's great more likely mid to be celebrating in a year. I wouldn't want to be there doing. Thank you and thanks for carrying about menzel. Super sweet episode. It's always fun to celebrate things especially something like somebody quitting nicotine for two years again. Congratulations to mitch on his two year. Quiver serie if you want to reach out to mitch and say congratulations. That would be awesome..

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"two years" Discussed on Who Cares About Men's Health?

Who Cares About Men's Health?

03:09 min | Last month

"two years" Discussed on Who Cares About Men's Health?

"That's what we we recommend To us especially when you're transitioning we recommend to use nicotine replacement therapy combination initially meaning using nicotine patch and a short acting like nicotine gum and we work with the people to slowly used less and less nicotine and sometimes you. You have to use nicotine. Gum long-term occasionally. This is not something you'd need to do on a regular basis hopefully but it's always healthier than the alternative which is going back to smoking or vaping. I just want to say one more thing. Because you've said you've this was the seventh attempt i want. I wanted just to say that is very very normal. On average average. Must people take about seven attempts to successfully be able to quit just because it is so hard to do and and the key to that is every time you try and you. Maybe you're not successful. you'll learn something about what is working and what didn't work so it's a process and it's not about getting it right the first time it's just about not giving up on trying. Yeah and the double lake down on what you just said. The thing that worked for me was that dual system right. That had the patch is the first time i really committed to the patch and the gum and doing them both at the same time really kind of helped used me off and they're still. I still had like mood swings galore. Every time i switched to a lower dose button. It yeah it was. I think more tough for my maybe not more but he was also tough for my partner. Having to deal with always. Yeah it's it. Smoking affects not just you and everyone else and quitting also affects you and everybody else so it takes a team and it's it helps you know for a lot of people to just say i'm trying to quit. Please be patient with me. While i'm going through this process of having to readjust to laura nicotine levels because the brain craves that and you know a lot of the symptoms that you feel are being irritable or Maybe frustrated anxious and restless as you're trying to readjust to a lower nicotine levels but it does help in the transition to use nicotine replacement or You know the other options are some oral medications that we can use to help with those symptoms And it makes it easier. I'm glad that you were using them. And i'm wondering i think you know. This is interesting for me to hear this. Because i had kind of that same impression. That mitch had like you quit smoking. And everything's good in great. And i think mitch words earlier before we started the show with sunshine and unicorns and it hasn't been or is it. Sounds like it's it's a challenge but it is interesting to hear you. Refer to this as a chronic disease like you said like hypertension like managing that like it's a daily battle but do you ever find that there. Is that point where a person gets to the point where they have no more desire to smoke than a person who has ever has never smoked. Like will mitch ever reach that point. It's hard to say..

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"two years" Discussed on Who Cares About Men's Health?

Who Cares About Men's Health?

04:48 min | Last month

"two years" Discussed on Who Cares About Men's Health?

"Let you step up to the mike and talk to lira about any questions you have at two years in on your quiver shore so at one of the things that i guess i would like to talk about. Now that i'm kind of looking back two years on is it. This is my seventh time. Quitting you know and like how is it. I guess i don't want to sound like hopeless here but like for a lot of people it's they don't quit on the first time. How common is it to for people to after two years i am i am. I good to go is going to be a constant battle. Like how likely are people to slip after. They've hit the two year mark. Is there like a a finish line where people do a lot better or yeah first of all. I want to say congratulations. I think it's amazing that you have been nicotine free for two years. It's huge and it's true it's It's assist everyday struggle for many people So i will start despite saying that. Nicotine dependence is a chronic disease and as such even though we you know talk about the transition period law the moment that you start quitting and the withdrawals and the first two to three days are really hard and it tends to get easier with time but there is a part of nicotine dependence. That doesn't completely disappear with time due to the fact that when most of us most people that start smoking or babying or using nicotine in terms of chewing any type of tobacco really they start when We are teenagers or young adults. And our brain is you know we've heard of neuro plus disability our rain response to those chemicals to the nicotine and we start creating more receptors in response to that and when we stop using nicotine those receptors do not disappear. They become sleepy. Like i like to think of them as a flowers that are weathering and they still stay there. And that's part of the reason why you've been bape free or smoke free for two years and you still think about it occasionally..

"two years" Discussed on Who Cares About Men's Health?

Who Cares About Men's Health?

03:47 min | Last month

"two years" Discussed on Who Cares About Men's Health?

"Were pretty excited on today's episode. Because we get to celebrate something try. Did you like to celebrate things. I love to celebrate things. You know what we're celebrating today. I do now. Yeah surprise okay. It's it's mitch's two year quiver serie from nicotine. He once was a smoker then he was a vapor and now he's a quitter and he's been a quitter for two years. This is the one time that us guys maze can say that being a quitter is a great thing. So congratulations mitch. I think it's only been two years but at the same time thinking it's only been two years like yes so much has happened since you quit smoking. This clinics spoke it's been. It's been quite a ride here in the you have not started smoking again. Two years is absolutely remarkable. Close myself. And i've never smoked in my life. Man he mitch. Mitch quit two years ago. He quit on this show. We followed his progress. He quit right before thanksgiving. Which wow with family stuff coming up and all that stress that know we kind of questioned his sanity on that but you've managed to to make it stick which is absolutely amazing. How do you feel two years later. I feel good. There's a lot of positive things that have happened. I'm i am not afraid that anytime. My chest hurts that. I have lung cancer. You know that little piece of mind is good I'm running again. are biking recently but i'm able to do cardiovascular stuff that's a great My general health seems to be doing a lot better than before But and maybe something that we can kind of talk about today is that. But it's not all sunshine and rainbows. I guess like. I don't know i guess i was expecting you quit. And then you like in the commercials you dramatically like crumple up that like boxes that carton of cigarettes and toss it in the trash and walkaway defiantly you know that i still have cravings. I still have occasional ideas of like stopping at that maverick. And it's not every day. But i'm i'm a little surprised that still going on and i just wonder you know. Is that just what happens now. So anyway all right well To celebrate mitch's two year quiver serie on who cares about men's health. We have brought in somebody. That hopefully can answer some of those questions. Her name is ed lira farka she is the tobacco cessation program manager at the center for hope huntsman cancer institute which is a service that is provided to patients at huntsman..

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"two years" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

07:42 min | 6 months ago

"two years" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"Facebook says it's suspending former president. Donald trump's accounts for two years. The decision formalizes the company's penalty against trump after a ruling from its independent oversight board. Last month the company also said it would be clear about some of its rules for other politicians and so for more on this. Turn to our facebook. Or puerto jeff horowitz. Hey jeff thanks for being here and before we get into this. We should note. The owner of the wall street journal. News corp has a commercial agreement to supply news through facebook. So jeff tell us more about this decision to suspend trump. what if facebook say it's reasoning. Why is and what's going to happen at the end of that time so as you may recall. The former president was suspended after facebook found that he had been Promoting violence in his messages to the people were writing at the us capital which left five dead and so there was an emergency suspension Facebook which referred to the oversight board to review and adjudicate board came back to facebook About a month ago and said we think your original decision to suspend president trump was the right one however you have no process and your explanations for what you did in what and why you did it and why then were terrible so you need to figure out what the process is going forward and also offer some level of due process and explain sort of whether the former president trump is permanently banned or can get back on at some point it's cetera and so facebook thirty days to respond to that and they on friday told the oversight board in publicly announced that president trump is suspended for two years and that they will revisit that decision two years from now and see whether he should be let back on and also on friday facebook laid out some changes around how it handles other political figures platform as well not just trump. What can you tell us. So facebook's had an exemption for newsworthy. Content the idea is that if somebody powerful said something that would normally taken down from their platform because it was vile offensive potentially violent that facebook would then leave it up because that person was a public figure and it was important that the public be able to hear from them and make their mind up about what they'd said and this was a policy that kind of was always a little squishy around the edges. It was a surprise when facebook announced it and facebook maintained. It always been the case and it had some obvious weaknesses. One of which was that you didn't know when facebook was saying that a piece of content was perfectly and when facebook was saying that a piece of content was absolutely terrible but they were gonna leave it up because the person was an important public figure so facebook said now that they will going forward make clear when they're invoking the newsworthiness exemption as a justification to we've content up that otherwise would come down on platform what's the reaction been like to these announcements from trump but also more broadly. The president's former president has declared that this is a travesty and Has suggested that he will not be inviting mark zuckerberg to the white house when he is returned to the presidency and did not exactly specify how that was going to work. And the oversight board for its part has basically said okay. This sounds pretty good. So long as you stick to your part of the bargain and you know indicated that a still have concerns about how facebook overseas powerful figures on its platform and that it remains interested but but they at least seem to have given a thumbs up to the initial action by facebook and and the two year suspension. That they've now formally announced got it. So i wanna take a step back and ask about the significance of some of these changes facebook. Ceo mark zuckerberg has notably been very hesitant to police speech in in particular at politicians. What could the impact of these decisions be in terms of moderating politician speech on facebook. So it's a. I think it it certainly holds facebook responsible to something a little bit more concrete right. I think one thing that has been a very consistent issue with facebook over time is that they wanna have rules but at the same time. They don't wanna have themselves bound to a particular response in a particular decision. I mean you know. If president donald trump were still president. Donald trump as opposed to former president. donald trump. Right now you know. I could see how the company might want a different response than the one it came up with but basically by virtue of them laying out their rules. They've kind of force themselves to have to be clear about this. Going forward in terms of you know sort of obligation to police things. They still are sort of leaving themselves. The option to deal with high profile accounts however they seem appropriate and they've said that you know they believe the way they deal with. High profile counts is fully fair and in line with the way they deal with other people's accounts just even if there's a different process but they're gonna have to sort of show the cards a little more on what they do. Which is you know. Potentially very unpleasant depending on the situation and and the p. r. and Reputational and government relations risks So you said before that. These new announcements around political figures were spurred by this decision from the oversight board a month ago. What other changes could facebook make a. As a result of other decisions handed down from the oversight board so in some ways the oversight board and the trump case was kind of the clearest than almost maximalist version of the boards power right we have a single content decision namely to suspend the president's account that is of you know kind of worldwide interest and obviously donald trump had a massive following on the platform. You know just sort of a really important individual decision. The board's powers though are aside from deciding individual content decisions limited to offering facebook sort of criticism and guidance. Thank facebook than has to publicly respond to so we saw them using that here kind of the hill. I mean they. They issued sixteen seventeen different Points that they wished facebook to improve or address in addition to sort of telling them to get their decision involving president trump. a little more order and facebook said it was going to do most of those things. Most of those things are things that candidate the company's been talking a little bit about wanting to do already such as offering more process more transparency in kind of formalizing. Some of its systems that had been a little more ad hoc. I don't know that it's anything that facebook really wasn't kind of thinking about beforehand. But they've they've made some additional commitments here. After this. i sort of expect. The board is going to go back to deciding you know. Very thorny cases on a case by case basis and criticizing the platform instances where it feels. Facebook doesn't have the right approach but it doesn't really have anything on its horizon. That is of the same magnitude in terms of assam up or some down decision our facebook. Reporter jeff horowitz. Thank you thank you. That's it for today's tech news briefing. You can find more tech stories on our website wsj.com and if you like our show a please do rate review us in your app store. It really does help. I'm in llewellyn for the wall. Street journal thanks for listening..

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"two years" Discussed on Building an Indie Business

Building an Indie Business

05:55 min | 9 months ago

"two years" Discussed on Building an Indie Business

"The being a member of the emails they can just click and there they are and also. I think this question was also asking if people read the show because do know there's an email list people would know if there's an email us if they read the show notes so for a lot of people say no. I know that they don't read the show notes. Now okay yeah and so also my goal had for twenty twenty one. One of them was to grow the email list and so by putting this question and a link to the email list then it helps me grow the email list Okay so the next question is. Is there anything i can help you with. And a lot of the things i do on the internet i do because i just wanna see what would happen or what people would say i. Maybe they wanna hire me for something. I don't know so i just wanna see what people would say in. This is that question I wanna see what they would say. And then the next question is anything else questions comments and this is the same thing. I just wanna see what they would say or a section. Where maybe they want to say something that i should have asked or they just want to mention something like i liked. I don't know i like that time. You like when you make a lot of jokes right. So maybe this is that area and then The last question is what's your email. And i mentioned that you will not be added to the podcast. Email list In the reason why. I want to ask for email because if they put a lot of effort in to the show notes not shots The survey sorry Both started with s white. Messed me up okay. So if they put a lot of effort into the survey i want to the they might have put a lot of effort rate..

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"two years" Discussed on Building an Indie Business

Building an Indie Business

03:46 min | 9 months ago

"two years" Discussed on Building an Indie Business

"What's the first thought and the reason why i want to do this is because I wanna see what's memorable people If they remember the really unique episodes like dogs and web development. I'll do more stuff like that. I'll maybe try ice cream in web development If they liked an interview. I'll do more of that right so i just wanna see but people people remember the podcast right right and then. Is there anything you want me to talk about the next question and the reason why I wanted to add this as an episode. Is maybe there's something. I mentioned that. I was going to talk about like an a later episode eh but i never did the on it right so maybe i started talking about like a podcast experiment that i was doing like tiktok. Maybe and i never updated that episode. So maybe there's something. I haven't been thinking about that. That listener arena members and i don't But i will update the tiktok episode. I'm still collecting data. Okay so the next question is do you know there's an email list And the options are yes. Or no. And the reason why i want to add. This is because i am unsure. If they're people know there's an email list for the podcast and i am unsure because i recently did a twitter. What do you call it a twitter a twitter poll where i asked if people read the show notes and the pool was Like evenly split. it was. let's see. I have it right here. twenty twenty three people. They answered the question and fifty. Two percent of those twenty. Three people said they do read the show notes of podcast and then Then twenty than forty seven percent said no so. I think that was evenly split. So that was twelve people that said Yes and then Eleven people said no and just for those numbers. And so the reason why i asked that question is for this podcast episode and the reason why asked it is because.

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"two years" Discussed on Building an Indie Business

Building an Indie Business

03:44 min | 9 months ago

"two years" Discussed on Building an Indie Business

"I wanna ask this. The three options are since the beginning six months and less than six months. And the reason i want to ask this one is i wanna know five to explain old references. So i'm gonna explain an old reference right now. I did my ninth. Episode of the podcast was called dogs in web development. And this episode What happened. Oh yeah i i was looking so i had a conversation with someone on twitter and they were like they showed their twitter analytics and they said hey like you guys are only here for dog pictures and someone was like. What's the point of doing dog content right and then i was like well if your audience loves dogs and you do dog content. It'll get clicks and views. And i was just joking right but i tested out. So i named the episode dogs and web development and basically explained what what i just explained right now like the conversation me tests in adult and when podcast was on anchor it was my high air like my most downloaded episode. So i have. I did that with coffee as well. So if people have been listening since the beginning I don't have to keep explaining that if the majority of the listeners have been listening for six months then i have to because now that's a two year old reference so yeah okay Where do you listen apart or to. The show is the next question. And i have the options of apple spotify who will break her or other And i wanna know where people are listening 'cause i think that's interesting for my research. Okay and then. Is there anything. I should add to the show. And i just put music sound effects and interviews and this is like just little things that make it more enjoyable. And i don't know. I believe that little tweaks every every iteration is how you build something so like adding music would be a little duration adding sound effects would be a little direction. And especially now. Because i know how to edit podcasts. And i didn't when i started the podcast and i know how out of what sort i'm looking for and how to do it like where it won't take up too much like of my time right. And i'm more willing to edit the podcast. Now than i was in the beginning especially because i spend the entire day on the podcasts On fridays when i record Usually when i record. I don't do anything else. Besides the podcast. So like i could. I'm willing to take the entire day to add music or a sound effect. Like if i wanted clapping right now like do that and it wouldn't take up too much time so i'm more willing to do it okay. The next question is what is your favorite episode. And i want to see or for this question. There are no options. I just wanna see you what people say immediately.

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"two years" Discussed on Building an Indie Business

Building an Indie Business

03:25 min | 9 months ago

"two years" Discussed on Building an Indie Business

"Building an indie business in the center of venture capital i m. Alex admits people on the internet. Call me supreme rum ham and this is the building and indie business. Podcast okay. so today. I'm going to be discussing the survey that i have created for the podcast podcast listeners. And the reason why cred survey now is that on. March eighth It it will be two years since. I release the first Building in indie business. Podcast episode so i wanted to collect some feedback and talk about it. I did a survey the first survey about a like maybe six months ago maybe a little earlier than that and I didn't promote it. Well so for this survey. I'm going to talk about it on the podcast on and talk about every question and then i'm going to talk about like the options that someone has to fill it out and i'm gonna talk about why i'm asking that question. Okay so let's get into it first. Question is how did you find the show. And the options are on twitter Tiktok maker log or other I want to know how my marketing efforts doing. So and so if no one answers twitter. I'm just gonna give up twitter entirely right and i always give the the other options. So that if there's anything else that i'm doing that i didn't think about I know that that's working. And i'm going to go back to doing that thing. I think one does one way. I've been promoting at seven promotion promoting in different marketing channels like marketing forms. And i stopped doing that. So i wanna know if i should continue to do that or should i just keep not doing it right okay. Second question is why do you. Listen to the podcast. And the three options are to hear revenue researches progress entertainment or to learn about finance. And i asked this question to Find out what people expect they do. They mind me talking about myself or Are the here to learn something. Very specific and If the yet they're here to learn my very specific like if they all answer to learn about finance then. I'm not gonna do episodes like this anymore so because that would be like a more entertainment Or research area. So yeah so. How long have you been. Listening is the next question..

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"two years" Discussed on Restaurant Tales

Restaurant Tales

05:58 min | 10 months ago

"two years" Discussed on Restaurant Tales

"He's acting funny is that is. Check your phone about two minutes. Whalen just getting surprised. Every getting new report support her account. There's nothing i don't create content on tiktok tiktok works. I'm still going to report you. Just like harassment. Tiktok counties his locked out. Can you report someone for lack of appreciation. Somehow hurting quayle's feelings again. There are other. They're on my right. That yeah yeah. That's honestly fair. I support that decision for being grew. He's gonna do meet picked me. You're gonna black me. Only the was a joke. Imrie i i hear tiktok. Oh no. that's the hope. That's brady's phone makes me so happy yet again. Emily yet again. Sign your at six hundred thousand followers. That's a pretty golden number to be at sixty nine thousand. Yeah do you want me to fuck that up. I think you're one follow is what if what if it turns to seventy thousand and one. I like it. we're gonna follow it. I mean this is fine. This is okay. I literally said seventy earlier and he just called me out for lying saying i'm only sixty nine. Thanks well emily's speechless a little bit. Read right now. yeah that's true. Are you disappointed in yourself. A little bit. And now i am. That's fair. you should be another funny thing is if she will never brought up i would never do. I have seventy thousand people to worry emily. It's fine yeah. No i see that big of in crease on instagram. i have on tiktok. Instagram just been weird league. I don't know it's I don't know if it's like adjustments and thumbs or what they're doing but yeah it's been. It's been a little different recently but you know such as life. That's okay talking to microphones and seeing what happens. So do your two of this so you know. But how is life ben for you man. How how's work going. I mean it's su- crisslow still as we still are. We still are on restrictions. Stuff like that So as to the point where..

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"two years" Discussed on Restaurant Tales

Restaurant Tales

04:59 min | 10 months ago

"two years" Discussed on Restaurant Tales

"That was good but yeah so thanks for joining us today. We're coming up on Just about two years right now of doing restaurant hails in so yeah reach out to a couple of people. There is a you on this episode and then also One of our own listeners to staff that we that we talked to and yeah just kind of kind of recapping over spent two years of this which is crazy which is crew making two years. That's that's amazing fairly consistently doing something like this for two years consistently consistently generous term over the last year been consistent. You really have to work like three different schedules on top a great guest getting other people from other states and stuff like that. That's amazing feat. So congratulations to your for for this in keeping it going and for people listening who maybe are i. Guess maybe just coming into the show at this point. Quayle you Are the founder and creator of confessions of a server. Which is how we all. I originally connected on the social media's of your your project there which has just fuck and taken off holy shit every single time i see something from yemen's like good god like first of all. How is this funny like all the time i. I asked myself that question as well. I think it's i think it's gotten to the point where not funny. I'm just like jaded. National poverty by pains has became humor. Everyone else's also jaded. They're like yes. We feel your pain. It's hilarious and relatable brady wishes saying you're sober with assign a dad. Good staff man. It's good stuff. What do you get all that cardboard. So i have some friends. That work at outback steakhouse. So you know the brand comes in these big boxes so just going rob their red boxes. But that's all just the breadbox. Just breadbox ought to use them for signs. A.

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"two years" Discussed on Restaurant Tales

Restaurant Tales

05:45 min | 10 months ago

"two years" Discussed on Restaurant Tales

"You so much. Shares a good one. Hey think with with kristen. That was like such a fun thing going for what two months in to this podcast at that point and like went ended up with a bunch of friends. That are still friends to this day. What really hasn't chicago. Four and whiskey fest. that's right. Why wasn't i going with. whiskey fast. doesn't really well. You just bend in new york. I think right before. that's right. Yeah that was at the. Yeah that makes sense that you'd like just been in new york right before and then went to chicago and Just had too much fun. Wild time i remember 'cause i briefly played with the idea of lake hitting chicago and then new york. I couldn't make it happen. That's right that's right. Yeah there was a good time and then yeah just need to hang out with people who are like. Oh yeah we listened to you guys. And then we i mean that was that night with with that whole crew from any of you guys were there. I mean i think it was like five of them from shocker barrington. Which is the restaurant. They're working at a sushi place. just North of chicago and yeah all committed the city and we had a bunch of food went and drank a bunch of really good cocktails and then like the interview. Like at one point they were like. Oh do you want to keep like doing you know like fancy chicago craft cocktail places. And i was just like so some place that has jiving shot in for that and then lily..

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"two years" Discussed on Restaurant Tales

Restaurant Tales

04:36 min | 10 months ago

"two years" Discussed on Restaurant Tales

"It's like over this last year. Being like hung over or do i have cova a lot of the symptoms. Overlap yes true. True but The clone in the cloud. He well done brady walkman rush on tails on that front welcomed the restaurant tails. I'm your host zack ferguson. And two years later here my co host two years across a me. Actually emily your first. You won the toss the coin toss okay. So sitting across from me has the Newly hired brand ambassador for bass pro shops business casual line of clothing and across from me. Is emily whitman. Emily zach and i are super happy that the don't don't include me. I don't know what your this that you made. During vacation in washington dc on january six have not come back to bite you in the back and we're happy that you have not been taken into custody so welcome back. Cheers is wild. Ride was deep deep undercover. Did you bring you podiums back with you. Wouldn't fit in the overhead story had to leave even the tsa. Jesus christ well the party. Welcome we're two years in you guys. Yeah two years fuck two years. It was winter of december twenty eighteen that we got blasted together and decided to do this. Shit i know wild. Lotta stuff has happened in the last two years. That's an understatement. Yeah i still like. I was going back. There's like old pictures and stuff and like pictures of the night of that cocktail competition where we tried to record our first episode girl. So drop out. We couldn't we're still sitting on that recording. I am exists is out there. It is currently on my hard drive at home. I feel like that evidence since it's real is far more incriminating their me than going to january we can never piss each other off because there's so much incriminating stuff in that first one. That is just like man. If i pissed. Either one of you guys off. And there's a lot of stuff out there. Because i i have all of your incriminating evidence that out of podcasts also exists i have it so basically none of us are ever going to run for office or if you do just that i'm good graces. That's all or what does john mullany say. A lot of people have to get really cool with a lot of stuff really fast in order. I love john. I watched like three hours of standup yesterday. Nice that his most recent god so good so there is a nick. Kroll is posted a picture of some comedians. Two thousand three. And it's like him and john mullany and stuff and it looked like children and babies. I never thought that john mullany could look even younger like a child except for the fact that he most definitely it is crazy. I got his stand up his absolutely fantastic. Yep so good So yeah two years in tears in. I feel like i i should apologize for right. Not getting stuff out as consistently over the last year as probably should have. But you know what i think important. I think we all get a little bit of grace here. Yeah i hope so..

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Somebody

03:06 min | 1 year ago

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"two years" Discussed on Somebody

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03:35 min | 1 year ago

"two years" Discussed on Somebody

"And then out of the corner of my I I saw Elena. The woman who called nine one one she showed up. She was standing with her family at the edge of the park across from the police station. Call we feel because very called he. Write your kids out here. She's with her two kids and Edgar her husband. Everyone was shivering. We ran and Got Pearl. We wanted to make sure they had the chance to meet. Ytl decided to visit case. You don't nobody else to help to fight this man. When I saw Elena a hugged her immediately I was surprised she even showed up for mother. She never It was like okay. This is somebody that is giving me some information. She feels my pain and she's connected me a mother to mother level bridge that you know because it means a lot. They had a chance to talk to you but never talk. Before I went back to the vigil. We hugged each other again. You for bill and I stayed with Elaine Edgardo Talk. We need to know what at Gar could remember seeing that night. Which would you mentioned? Have you tell us what you saw the night before? Hacienda loaded up on his jacket and she tried to go down to surfer and he gets he saw. There was a car coming through the roof as he didn't stop. Here's what guy remembered when he got to the alley. He saw a car coming fast so fast he was afraid it was going to hit. Elena and their daughters. They tried to cross over Hugh Hewitt new that I three. C forty seaport soup. What kind of car was it on? Let's assume Cooley mental is the mark but what color a mercury grand marquee with three guys inside the police ever talked to. You know. Police never talked to Ed Gar. Even though Elena told them he saw everything released new. That your husband had seen something When I wonder when they went to see right here I told him that he saw redeem didn't know him. The allie was narrow just a few feet between Edgar and the and the car window was rolled down. They were pretty much face to face. What do they look like the NYC? My people know through my gun with them. Being Smitty and egg are remembered something else. Do you remember their hair us in a little bit here? One of the guys in the car had long hair..

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"two years" Discussed on Somebody

Somebody

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"two years" Discussed on Somebody

"Police came out from the station. They started to surround me. The asked me to move out the road and I just simply lost it. I have not now up. Stay right here Lee. Lovely ask I did you. What am I say what he say? What else did he say? Y'All talking to him. He was young. What did he say came here and started taking? This is when I realized who I was talking to Sergeant. Ronin you the and I got. I got the report when you came on the thing you got. Y'All have y'all round. He was the supervisor. The night coordinate died. He was there that night he was right there in that very spot my family was holding me up and I just want it sergeant. Ronin to see my pain to see the my son's life matter to somebody. Help me because your magic a Momma's DNA. What happened to my child. I'll look to him on the ground all his remember. This is the guy. We looked into scores of complaints against him. Like false arrest planting evidence using racist language. That my on Cam. She Acts Ronin. Who HANDCUFF COURTNEY? I don't know that I don't I again. Unfortunately this two years ago I mean I wish I had better for you but as far as this to your son. That's the detectives on that is not enough. Nobody did another again. Nobody gotTA do. Donate LA LA come up. The He's again. I don't know I don't Oregon off the bye worth trying to help. It went on and on like this for several minutes right in the middle of the street and then a white shirt another officer pulled. Ronin away from the scene and Ronin he just left. He told all the other officers to leave as well. Things calmed down and our protests and the vigil.

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"two years" Discussed on Somebody

Somebody

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"two years" Discussed on Somebody

"Twenty two thousand census dot Gov to be counted what you're about to hear as a work of investigative journalism that Explores One woman search for answers in her son's death the views and opinions in this podcast to not reflect those with iheartmedia previously on. Somebody did the people you work with know that you guys were romantically involved. No a lot of people were very very upset words. He lives in a really rough neighborhood. We heard two gunshots and a car. Drive off you WanNa know what you did. You see anybody running. How many shots? None of that stuff was axed they down the street from where I live this guy like. He's you know he's a game. Member has really long hair like down past his waist. They had said there was some Hispanic guys running around in that neighborhood. They had claimed those a possibility that maybe they had confused them for somebody else. So I had to follow that leads Ryan. I believe somebody knows something. Somebody saw something and it just takes a lot of courage from somebody to tell what they saw. My Name is Shapiro Wells. This is the story of my son. Courtney a young black man in a fancy car who wound up with the bullets in his back in front of Chicago police station. And it's the story of my search for the truth. This is somebody really bad. So bad..

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