House Democrats are expected to introduce gun control legislation. I rarely feel anything at all! We go live to the President speaking on lowering drug prices. Sherrod Brown says Republicans are stealing the Gubernatorial election in Georgia. Can you be sure any of this is real? Ford havel perjured herself at all? Youtube bans all gun manufacturing video, tutorials or sales videos of fire arms. The Senate Judiciary Committee will hire an female sex crimes prosecutor to sit in on the hearing. Pulling troops out of Syria - good or bad move by the President? A Chicago man murders a police officer after a domestic violence dispute. A StrexCorp shill, with rather more ties to Desert Bluffs than is proper for a Night Vale citizen.
All the while, Cecil continues to deny their existence. The Department of Education overstates the number of school shootings. Dana explains the responsibilities of boys in this age of technology. Parkland student says at the MarchForOurLives rally When they give us that inch, that bump stock ban we will take a mile. We open up the phones for Open Line Friday The President announces he will meet with Kim Jong-Un in person. Parkland student Kyle Kashuv joins us live.
Actress Lori Loughlin turns herself in to police. Democrats hint at firearm legislation. It isn't designed for outdoor use, so that isn't a concern, but it definitely has the look and feel of a plasticky smart-home hub or other bland accessory. Trump tweets about then infamous Trump tower meeting with Russians for the first time. She's also wearing a librarian's hand around her neck. There is still no response from the Vatican for the 300+ indicted priests on rape and molestation.
I can see down the hall that an envelope just came flying out. Voiced by Jasika Nicole One of the radio station's longest-lived interns, who survives a fight to the death with her doppelganger or Dana's double did as well as becoming stranded in the forbidden dog park. Michael Avenatti is arrested and charged with extortion from Nike. Gregg Jarrett joins us to discuss the Mueller probe ending and what the final report may contain. The London Trump balloon was very underwhelming Rod Rosenstein indicts 12 Russian officers for election hacking.
Dana discusses the Super Bowl commercials that caught her attention. Venezuela continues to starve its citizens as Maduro remains in power. Twitter terminates the account of Alex Jones. Dana discusses potential Supreme Court decisions that Brett Kavanaugh may have to make. But when you consider what the staff at the station have to go through each day, and that Cecil must have worked his way up.
What that means is fewer devices you have to connect to your router. Also school shooter documentary reveals all these copy cats got inspired by columbine shooting. Politico says Trump is geographically challenged. They do a good job of detecting motion and sending alerts, and you don't have to pay for cloud storage for recorded video. The Democrats introduce legislation banning all semi-automatic firearms.
California proposes a tax on text message. Up to 7,200 seconds or 720 10-second clips of event-triggered video can be stored in the cloud for free before the oldest clips are overwritten. No one remembers his face, although they notice his tan jacket and deerskin briefcase full of flies. The Democrats are gaining steam in the Texas midterms. Dana explains why Republicans should not adopt a paid family leave policy. The words are nearly identical but the reading is much warmer and more dynamic in the later episode.
Stephen Yates joins us to discuss the firing of Rex Tillerson and the poisoning of a British citizen by a Russian spy. Rick Santorum wants Conservatives to support paid family life. Texas should be worried for upcoming elections. Franklin Graham responds to Pete Buttigieg. He also wears a tie, and has a hard to describe. Michale Graves from The Misfits joins us to discuss the state of discourse and the music scene. Dana opens her Mailbag of Hate for the first time this year.
Bush compared how it still exists today. Democrats file a lawsuit against the national emergency. Kirsten Gillibrand says that voting Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court will cause women to die. Kamala Harris proposes banning all semi-automatic weapons. That said, the Blink system lacks many of the features found on other connected cameras including two-way audio communication, on-demand recording, and integration with other home automation devices. Dana explains how playing the victim nowadays is worth more in society.
At this point you can check the camera's signal strength, see a live view, or press Continue to name the camera, and take a picture to use as an identifier on the main screen. Joe Scarborough says the media causes Trump to divide. Google is trying to make its emojis more inclusive. There is a push to put Kevin Hart back as the Oscars host. The White House announces rollbacks to Obamacare.