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"64 times" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Let's ask you what do higher interest rates do to the collector car market so at Hollowbrook we work a with lot of art collectors and car collectors so we stay very close to this market and what's happening is this bifurcation you're reading about the art markets down 24 % year -to -date we've got this unbelievable auction this evening Emily Fisher Landau's collection in beautiful collection of art these are Rothko's the best Rothko's you know the best the the best of the best the Jasper Johns and so forth these will sell for big money right these these are not that lower tier or mid tier art this is the best it will not come to market again so when you say art market is down 24 % that doesn't include this kind of art I think it's bifurcating and we're seeing the same thing in the collector car world right the GTO that's going to be auctioned in a few days at Sotheby's on Monday yeah yep and then the big auction in Vegas that RM Sotheby's having there are two Mercedes Benz CLK GTRs being auctioned in Vegas you never see those cars come up for sale let alone two so these are the best of the best and whether the Dow's at 34 ,000 or 5 000 there is a market for these cars because they will not come back to auction and in a long time all right so interest rates have basically no effect on you know the the GTO which is by the way if you've seen Ferris Bueller's Day Off right that's the car I mean that wasn't a real one obviously that they pushed out the back window of his dad's garage but the California Spider yeah and at the time that was also one of the most expensive cars ever sold I think I remember hearing when I was a kid that it was going for like 14 million dollars obvious numbers now we're expecting a price of more than twice that from the Sotheby's auction on Monday doesn't matter when someone buys these cars she or he doesn't care if rates are zero or ten right yeah well I think it does matter I mean interest rates affect everything they affect equities they affect real assets I think there's a lag effect right it takes time we had 10 years of free money of QE and suddenly we're in a different environment we had cheap energy we didn't have geopolitical conflicts to speak of you know we had globalization going gangbusters and now suddenly a we're in different world of a four and a half to five percent ten -year this takes time to meander through the system what I'm saying is the best of the best a GTO or a Calder that Emily Fisher Landau bought years ago those are different that's a different ballgame by the way tell us about the GTO I mean there's the one I mentioned in the movie there's that was a California spider actually okay so I think I think also Nick Mason has a GTO right as a club who's Nick Mason the drummer for Pink thank Floyd you also is a big car collector and has I think a fund that people have invested in why why is this for why is Ferrari GTO like why is that the top it's the single most iconic car that Ferrari ever built most of them were when did they build it in the early 60s 263 64 time and yeah the styling of it is just outrageous when you see a GTO it it doesn't look like any other car on the road or any other Ferrari for that matter its its folklore is is growing by leaps and bounds every day with Ferrari's popularity and Ferrari's mystique the the Ford versus Ferrari movie the GTO is really the nucleus of what Enzo Ferrari wanted to do and the GTO is unique because it was a car you could drive to the track and you could race and be competitive in the car very competitive so it's a it's a you know it's a it's a incredibly unique asset and this one that's for sale at Sotheby's I think it the numbers are going to unbelievable who's selling do we know who owns it now yeah the owner is known I think he's a gentleman from Ohio I read the article I forget okay the great state of Ohio I believe so somewhere in the Midwest so I I went to to the concourse the elegance of Pebble Beach for many many many years this past year for example were the proceeds up or down or they don't care as well so I will tell you I was there I spoke on on a panel and I spent the weekend at in Monterey and I walked all the auction houses I went to Gooding I went to RM and I will tell you the quality of cars that are coming on the market so the high Gooding auction in particular I mean some of the vehicles they had there are things that haven't been seen in years and you wonder like where have all these cars been why are they coming out of the woodwork now they're coming out of the woodwork now because markets are high valuations are high it's a global market now and and they can it is a global market because I mean we lived in Carmel for a long time sleepy little town tourist town but they're in a concourse it is like the United Nations I mean people speaking over the language walk now do car collectors get the same kind of respect that art collectors have I always thought as a kid it was crazy that somebody would pay more for picture a of flowers that a guy named Van Gogh painted then they would pay for a like you can't drive a painting right well Matt that's changing now I think I think collector cards are becoming a legitimate asset class that people want to own you can enjoy them you can share for example the GTO the celebrities and the level of people that own GTOs they get together socially and they do drives together and there are things worldwide they ship the cars all over the world they drive through Venice or wherever all of that so there's a social component to this that doesn't really I think exist as much in the art world although it's obviously very social too but I think the collector car world is moving up as an industry as a legitimate asset category and if the electric drive phenomenon accelerates a lot of these cars you know these intricate beautiful v12 handcrafted devices that's not going to be being made anymore right we're gonna have we're gonna have electric appliances do you think that day's gonna come I think we're a long way off I think their electric cars have a place in certain applications in Florida great you you know got you clean power and you've got you got a you know good temperatures but long northeast -haul cold temperatures it's it's not a total second your Ferrari and I mean they're not gonna make electric vehicles are they they are gonna make electric vehicles yeah and they might be buckleheads that like those cars it's no sound yeah like it's this not only a sound it's the vibrations it's the smell and it's the hand built the engineering yeah I mean a v12 Ferrari motor is one of the most beautiful things to behold
"64 times" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"It is an extraordinary thing how somehow our default mode is to avoid the humanity of Jesus or certain aspects of the humanity of Jesus, which is itself wrong, heretical. I mean, the idea is, of course, he was as much a human being as you are or I am or anyone is. That's hard for us to process because we know he's also God. We know that. And so we're just we're there's always that tension. And I think what what people do, as I said, by default, is we sort of think, well, he was kind of like Superman. He's kind of like a cartoon figure. We don't understand. No, he really, really genuinely was a human being. And so obviously, that's where you go in the book. What? So what do you what do you say in this book, a God named Josh, that we wouldn't have thought of before? OK, well, let's start with what did Jesus look like now? We obviously all know what Jesus looks like. We've seen the paintings before. He is mayonnaise white. He has long, flowing hair. And he wears a big sash and and has a huge beard and a long robe. Now, of course, that's not true at all. Jesus almost certainly didn't look like that. He actually makes fun of people who wear long kind of Greek style togas in scripture. Jesus is never caught in that stole dress. He's always caught in the working man's outfit, which is called a kite on. We know how tall men were in first century Judea at the time. They're between five foot five and five foot seven. We know they had dark hair. They had all the brown skin, had dark eyes. We have coinage. We have paintings. We have bodies from the time. We generally know what people look like in Jesus's time. What's really interesting about the Bible and all ancient literature is that if the person they're talking about has something special about their looks, they mention it. So, for instance, Samson is strong and Saul is tall and Zacchaeus is short. And, you know, there's a there's an ancient evil king who's voluptuously fat. You know, Socrates, as you know, we're running Socrates in the city. Socrates is ugly and bald, and therefore his philosophy must be true, you know. But there's no mention of Jesus's looks at all. He's probably just an average person. So if that is true, he's probably a lot darker than we imagine. He's definitely not wearing the sash of the long robe. He probably is a much shorter beard, much shorter hair than we see in the pictures. He's just an everyday guy. And he's probably shorter than most of us today, which is kind of crazy to think about. Well, he's God, he doesn't have anything to prove, really. I don't think he wore elevator shoes, I'm pretty sure. So. You know, when you talk about Jesus as a person, as you just did, again, I think we forget that he lived in historical times. In other words, it's not like we're talking about somebody who lived, you know, among cavemen, there's no record. Nobody knows anything. It's Neolithic. It's it's lost. There is so much specificity. I mean, the more I read the scriptures, the more I'm shocked at the specificity. I mean, they're talking about who was the governor and who was the this and who was the that and tremendous specificity that you can find, you know, particularly in the New Testament. But it is shocking that there are people, some of them atheists, some of them Christians who try to push Jesus into this kind of mythic world, like he's Santa Claus or he's Bigfoot. He's certainly not an actual human being. I completely agree. I think even if you don't believe Jesus is God, we should be teaching him in every philosophy class, every economics class, every politics class. He has things to say that are brilliant, groundbreaking world shifting on all these topics. What's really interesting in regards to the historicity is one thing that has puzzled people for a long time is who killed Jesus. So, you know, on the surface, the typical answer for most of history has been the Jews, just carte blanche, the Jews, all the Jews killed Jesus. If you want to get more specific, OK, it was the Romans via pilot. But it turns out that there was a very specific crime family who engineered Jesus's assassination. So this idea that the carte blanche Jews killed Jesus. There's actually a name for it. It's Jewish deicide that the Jews killed a deity. And it's based on this verse in scripture where this family declares essentially a blood oath. They say, let Jesus's blood be on us and on our children. So who is this family? So it turns out the man behind the scenes who is working to execute Christ is a man named Anis Ben Sethi. He is the high priest in Jerusalem. He's bribed his way to high office. After 10 years in power, he gets booted by the Roman emperor and he gets his son in law, Joseph Caiaphas, selected for the high priesthood. And they rule the temple with an iron fist. So he's in charge of the treasury. He gets to collect the tithes. He gets to set the interest rates. He gets to charge more for sacrificial pigeons and doves. And he just rips people off. Jesus actually tells a parable about Anis. It's the parable of Lazarus. And it involves a father and five brothers. Anis rules the temple mount for 60 years after Joseph Caiaphas. He gets five of his sons selected to the high priesthood. And they're horrible. And Jesus decides one day enough is enough. He goes into their temple during Passover. And he drives out their booths, these booths from outside the Bible we know are called the booths of the sons of Anis. And the Bible says that from that moment, the high priesthood seeks to kill him. It turns out that where did you get before you continue? Because this is so fascinating. You said the booths of Anis. They're called the booths of the sons of Anis. Yeah. Where where outside of the Bible do we find that? So we actually the Anis is mentioned by name four times in scripture and 64 times in fact, in total, his family is mentioned. But we also have a poem about him in the Talmud. There's a ditty about how horrible he is. He's also found in the works of Josephus. And we've got some the Essene or Dead Sea scrolls make mentions to how wicked and greedy this family is. To put you put it in context. The largest house ever excavated in ancient Israel, 13000 square feet in a courtyard built of stone. They believe belonged to Anis. It's called the high priestly house. When Jesus is arrested in the Garden of Gethsemane, it's by the temple treasurers and they take him not to Herod, not to Pilate, not to the Praetorium. They take him to the house of Annas. The first of Jesus's five trials is with this dark, shadowy crime figure. And it's only after Annas that he goes to the son in law, Caiaphas, and then he's turned over to the Romans for execution. They need to make money during the Passover so they can rebribe Pilate to maintain the high priesthood. So it is essential that Jesus gets killed. Now, Annas thinks that he is the power player, that he is pulling the strings. But little does he realize that he is a small player in God's much bigger story that what the devil means for evil God is going to redeem for good. So I love the story of Annas. And it's crazy that it's kind of just disappeared from history. But no, the Jews did not kill Jesus. It was one crime family. Well, I mean, it's a little more complicated than that, because we're all implicated in killing Jesus. But the point you're making is very important. And we're going to go to a break. We'll be right back with Jared Brock. The book is A God Named Josh. Don't go away.
"64 times" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Welcome back. My guest right now is Jared Brock. He's been on the program before to talk about a previous book that he wrote. He has written a new book. This is going to be a little challenging for me, at least. It's titled A God Named Josh. I can't imagine what Jared Brock, the author, means when he writes about a God named Josh. But here's the good news. I get to ask him and you get to listen to his response along with me. Jared, welcome back. Thank you for having me. OK, seriously, the book is called The God Named Josh. Help us. Yeah, so Jesus's real name was not Jesus. That is what we call him in English. But let's back things up. So his name in Hebrew was Yehoshua Ben Yehoseph, which means Joshua, son of Joseph. And there's no big conspiracy. There's no Dan Brown kind of novel about how we ended up with the name Jesus. But we simply went from Yehoshua in Aramaic or in Hebrew to Yeshua in Aramaic, to Jesus in Greek and Latin, to Jesus in English. So if Jesus walked into the room and we called him Jesus, he wouldn't be mad or anything. But if he introduced himself, he would probably say, hi, I'm Josh Josephson. That's I mean, it's interesting because, of course, many of us have heard him described as Yeshua. But it's interesting that today it would be Josh Joshua. And that's obviously why the title of your book is A God Named Josh, which is kind of funny in a way, because it's surprising. But what what possessed you to write a book with this title? I mean, what what is the book in a nutshell? Is it what you call it? Would you call it a biography? I would like I mean, I'm not a professional biographer. I'm a Sunday school teacher in West Wales and I make documentaries. And this book basically started in our kitchen. My wife and I, we were cooking Mexican food and I was tossing beans in lime and chili. And Michelle looked at the beans and kind of wrinkled her nose and said, I wonder how often Jesus farted. And we descended into a fit of giggles. But then we just started talking about Jesus's humanity. Like, how far did he walk? The answer is over 21,000 miles in his life. And what kind of foods did he like? Turns out he never had a potato or a tomato because those were new world fruits and vegetables that he never would have tasted. And so it sort of just led me down this rabbit trail of looking at the human life of Jesus Christ. You know, as Christians, we believe he's he's fully man and fully God. We focus a lot on his divinity, which is obviously important. But I wanted to look at his human side and say, hey, what are we missing? What are his economics? What is politics? Who actually killed him? All these interesting questions. So that's how we ended up with a God named Josh. I mean, that's that is a. It is an extraordinary thing how somehow our default mode is to avoid the humanity of Jesus or certain aspects of the humanity of Jesus, which is itself wrong, heretical. I mean, the idea is, of course, he was as much a human being as you are or I am or anyone is. That's hard for us to process because we know he's also God. We know that. And so we're just we're there's always that tension. And I think what what people do, as I said, by default, is we sort of think, well, he was kind of like Superman. He's kind of like a cartoon figure. We don't understand. No, he really, really genuinely was a human being. And so obviously that's where you go in the book. What? So what do you say in this book, a God named Josh, that we wouldn't have thought of before? OK, well, let's start with what did Jesus look like now? We obviously all know what Jesus looks like. We've seen the paintings before. He is mayonnaise white. He has long, flowing hair, and he wears a big sash and and has a huge beard and a long robe. Now, of course, that's not true at all. Jesus almost certainly didn't look like that. He actually makes fun of people who wear long kind of Greek style togas in scripture. Jesus has never caught in that stole dress. He's always caught in the working man's outfit, which is called a kite on. We know how tall men were in first century Judea at the time. They're between five foot five and five foot seven. We know they had dark hair. They had all the brown skin, they had dark eyes. We have coinage. We have paintings. We have bodies from the time. We generally know what people look like in Jesus's time. What's really interesting about the Bible and all ancient literature is that if the person they're talking about has something special about their looks, they mention it. So, for instance, Samson is strong and Saul is tall and Zacchaeus is short. And, you know, there's a there's an ancient evil king who's voluptuously fat. You know, Socrates, as you know, for running Socrates in the city, Socrates is ugly and bald, and therefore his philosophy must be true, you know, but there's no mention of Jesus's looks at all. He's probably just an average person. So, if that is true, he's probably a lot darker than we imagine. He's definitely not wearing the sash or the long robe. He probably has a much shorter beard, much shorter hair than we see in the pictures. He's just an everyday guy, and he's probably shorter than most of us today, which is kind of crazy to think about. Well, he's God. He doesn't have anything to prove, really. I don't think he wore elevator shoes, I'm pretty sure. So, you know, when you talk about Jesus as a person, as you just did, again, I think we forget that he lived in historical times. In other words, it's not like we're talking about somebody who lived, you know, among cavemen. There's no record. Nobody knows anything. It's Neolithic. It's lost. There is so much specificity. I mean, more I read the scriptures, the more I'm shocked at the specificity. I mean, they're talking about who was the governor and who was the this and who was the that. Tremendous specificity that you can find, you know, particularly in the New Testament. But it is shocking that there are people, some of them atheists, some of them Christians, who try to push Jesus into this kind of mythic world like he's Santa Claus or he's Bigfoot. He's certainly not an actual human being. I completely agree. I think even if you don't believe Jesus is God, we should be teaching him in every philosophy class, every economics class, every politics class. He has things to say that are brilliant, groundbreaking, world shifting on all these topics. What's really interesting in regards to the historicity is one thing that has puzzled people for a long time is who killed Jesus. So, you know, on the surface, the typical answer for most of history has been the Jews, just carte blanche, the Jews, all the Jews killed Jesus. If you want to get more specific, OK, it was the Romans via pilot. But it turns out that there was a very specific crime family who engineered Jesus's assassination. So this idea that the carte blanche Jews killed Jesus, there's actually a name for it. It's Jewish genocide that the Jews killed a deity. And it's based on this person scripture where this family declares essentially a blood oath. They say, let Jesus's blood be on us and on our children. So who is this family? So it turns out the man behind the scenes who is working to execute Christ is a man named Annis Ben Sethi. He is the high priest in Jerusalem. He's bribed his way to high office. After 10 years in power, he gets booted by the Roman emperor and he gets his son in law, Joseph Caiaphas, selected for the high priesthood. And they rule the temple with an iron fist. So he's in charge of the treasury. He gets to collect the tithes. He gets to set the interest rates. He gets to charge more for sacrificial pigeons and doves and sheep. He just rips people off. Jesus actually tells a parable about Annis. It's the parable of Lazarus. And it involves a father and five brothers. Annis rules the Temple Mount for 60 years. After Joseph Caiaphas, he gets five of his sons selected to the high priesthood. And they're horrible. And Jesus decides one day enough is enough. He goes into their temple during Passover and he drives out their booths, these booths from outside the Bible we know are called the booths of the sons of Annis. And the Bible says that from that moment, the high priesthood seeks to kill him. It turns out that where did you get before you continue? Cause this is so fascinating. You said the booths of Annis they're called the booths of the sons of Annis. Yeah. Where, where outside of the Bible do we find that? So we actually, the Annis is mentioned by name four times in scripture and 64 times in fact, in total, his family has mentioned, but we also have a poem about him in the Talmud. There's a ditty about how horrible he is. Uh, he's also found in the works of Josephus and we've got some, the, the Essene or Dead Sea Scrolls make mentions to how wicked and greedy this family is to put you, put it in context, the largest house ever excavated in ancient Israel, 13,000 square feet, inner courtyard built of stone. They believe belonged to Annis. It's called the high priestly house. When Jesus is arrested in the garden of Gethsemane, it's by the temple treasurers and they take him not to Herod, not to Pilate, not to the Praetorium. They take him to the house of Annis. The first of Jesus's five trials is with this dark shadowy crime figure. And it's only after Annis that he goes to the son-in-law Caiaphas. And then he's turned over to the Romans for execution. They need to make money during the Passover so they can re-bribe Pilate to maintain the high priesthood. So it is essential that Jesus gets killed. Now, Annis thinks that he is the power player, that he is pulling the strings, but little does he realize that he is a small player in God's much bigger story that what the So I love the story of Annis. And it's crazy that it's kind of just disappeared from history, but no, the Jews did not kill Jesus. It was one crime family. Well, I mean, it's a little more complicated than that because we're all implicated in killing Jesus. But the point you're making is very important. And we're going to go to a break. We'll be right back with Jared Brock. The book is A God Named Josh. Don't go away.
"64 times" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Star Brittany griner and Russian arms dealer Victor boot was a calculated move by Vladimir Putin. He can just roil the American body politic by picking one to send back to the United States and leaving others in custody. She said Putin knows that picking grinder to send back and leaving others like Paul Whelan in Russia would stir in the United States of America. He added that U.S. citizens need to be aware when they visit places like Russia Iran or North Korea that they could be grabbed for no reason at all except to be used as a political chip. The House committee investigating the January 6th attack on the capitol held a virtual meeting today to weigh possible criminal referrals to the Justice Department, committee chair, Democrat Benny Thompson did not reveal specifics. It appears that tweets may become drastically longer in the future in a response to a Twitter user's question about character limit on Sunday. CEO Elon Musk confirmed the platform is set to increase the limit significantly. The user asked Musk if it's true that Twitter is set to up the limit from 280 to 4000 to which Musk replied simply with yes. Twitter last changed its character limit in 2017 when it went from one 40 to two 80. Black Panther Wakanda forever continues to rule North America's box offices, the sequel to the 2018 Marvel Comics adaptation grossed just over $11 million at theaters across the U.S. and Canada. I'm Chris coraggio. Gas prices are on the decline down two cents from yesterday, triple-A puts today's nationwide average at $3 and 27 cents a gallon Hawaii is currently the only state where drivers are seeing prices above $5 on average. Things are cheapest in Texas where the average price is about two 71 in California's Los Angeles County, gas prices have now fallen 64 times in the last 67 days. Yeah, I know all that I let you down is it tonight to say sorry now a group of a list celebrities
"64 times" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The guy works his ass off. So there's going to be a time that he's the quarterback of this team. Obviously, it's just not the time yet, but it was. It was the opposite of his game against Kansas City. When he started hot and then deteriorated. This one. He started slow. And then got hot and it was a good note to get him out of the game in the last passing through. John was a touchdown pass to Benjamin. Yeah, let them feel good about himself. Great thoughts on the tax line so far four and 5, 88, 5, 67 4 and five Anyway can be our We'll get to those Coming up next. Then Chris Peterman will join us at 11 o'clock. Um I think you hit it right on the head is that when Kyle after the game, he's not going to tell Detroit who's going to start, But Jimmy is the starter and everybody gets all worked up about it, and you talked about it. It's just he's just incredibly raw. And the mistakes he makes in the fastballs he throws and I was, you know, I was encouraged by obviously hit seven of his final eight. Like You said that great throw to To Benjamin, in which he looked often He did have to drill that ball in there because he had to get it between some guys. But the thing I kept thinking as I was watching this game as I hope he's not Kaepernick in the way that he just doesn't have touch on the football, and he showed it later. But like you said, there are throws and this just comes with experience and shows his lack of experience. There are throws your feather their stories. You gotta touch. There's throws. You gotta drill. They all are not fastballs. And it reminds me of the picture who comes up from the minor leagues and thinks he has to throw 100 by everybody. And then he starts to realize mix little Greg Maddux in there. Mitchell off speed, Get him off balance. You've got to become a quarterback, not just a flamethrower. He's got a long way to go. I like the kid. I like that. He had a couple of runs. I like the the two point conversion run that got taken off the board. You can see the talent. You can see the flashes. But he's just not near, uh, polished enough at this point, because this is a football team that's ready to win now, and those turnovers will kill you in the game. He's just number go yet, but there's I mean, you could splash right back. There's a theory. You know, you just let them go and they're not going to do that. Or else Jimmy would be off the roster already, and Julio Jones would be a 49 ers. So you're not going to do that? But, uh, you know, he just he did not have a lot of snaps in college. Just one year the 17 starts, but he didn't have a lot of throws in college and as far as Kaepernick He's a much better thrower. The football and Colin Kaepernick ever was. Talent powered everything that this guy I watched every throw that he had in college. And there weren't that many to watch. But he showed a lot of traction throws. There were a lot of touch throws. I'm a little surprised. There was tremendous inaccuracy on throws in college, where he would just throw the ball purely out of bounds is like what was that? But, uh, in ms guys on post routes, and then they come back and call the same damn play again and he hit it right and perfect stride, but he showed he has touched I think he's just pressing and he's gripping and ripping it. You know, John Elway was a rookie data problem in Denver, where guys couldn't catch his his ball and obviously always one of the greatest throwers in history of football. And Kyle said. There's going to be this guy is going to put more heat on the ball. His velocity is way hotter than Jimmy's. So you've got to catch the ball. You got to get used to that. Or does get wide receivers that can catch it. So, Brandon, are you Get on, Get on the jugs. George cables on the jugs every single day after practice, get on the jugs and turn it up to lance velocity and catch the ball. But he's he's got all that It's just he's he's a little Overly amped. I was talking to Daniel Jeremiah last night, as does charges radio about Justin Herbert. I'm like, Why? Why didn't he go number one and at least why didn't he go number five? And they said, Yeah, you know, he didn't test as well. He's an introvert and all that blah, blah, blah, but as a thrower, the football going back to his Oregon tape. He was trying to be too precise and they brought him to work out with Matt Ryan. This is after Matt Ryan was already he's working with John Beck, our friend, and it was after Matt Ryan was already an M V. P in the league, and he had like they was and and Herbert just watched like he threw the ball 64 times that day in a workout. And he said, How many of those throws do you think we're good throws and he said, probably 16 of them. This is Herbert talking about Matt Ryan. And they're like exactly. You don't have to make them perfect every single time. You're going to miss throws just, you know, get them on time and on target, and it seemed to settle Herbert down. Where I think traces trying to be too perfect. And he's trying to. He's trying to these windows are closing so fast, so I got to get out there now. And he's using that fastball. He will He will show up touch. Look at that when he was rolling, too, was left on the move. Throw to Richie James. That's a hard throw. Really hard rolling to your left, so he has every club in the bag. He is not just a driver there. He has the throws. She's just got to settle down. And let the you know the the His dexterity played through because right now he's just gripping it a little bit on some of these throws, but at the same token, you know Jimmy's got to sharpen up a little bit. And I you know, you can blame you for not getting that ball. That ball was too high. Over the middle, and that's the kind of throw you just can't make. And that frustrates the head coach, Whether it's the young guy, and you can say Well, he's got you know as a played. Jim has been in the league long enough. And is Jimmy's been in this offense long enough not to make mistakes like that. So There's no lack of ability here. He's a way better throw than Colin Kaepernick ever was mechanically. Kaepernick just tried to power the ball. He's also a much better runner than Kaepernick ever was straight line speed Kaepernick when he got running. Could run. Well, This guy is a great runner of the football there Times, John. Obviously, the two point conversion was exciting, but there are times he's reluctant to use his legs and it's not coming from the coaching staff if he wants to get out and run run. But he is there were a couple of times where he took a sack yesterday, and he's looking behind him where just just tuck it and run there..
"64 times" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"The flow of firearms used to commit violent crimes. Illegal guns, a big focus for the president. Do you think he's on the right track? Every president. Every governor in all. The mayors across the United States continue to make statements such as the flow of illegal guns. Everybody has attempted. In other words, to address that particular issue. I believe that the 80 s should do a better job intercepting the illegal gun trafficking because a lot of times legal gun owners, uh Playing indirectly for the rising tide and gun violence. But there's no data the back of the fact that legal gun owners a part of the gun violence problem. It's illegal guns. So you know, we hear stories in Chicago all the time people selling semiautomatic weapons. Uh, you have some guys from the military that were arrested for selling guns in Chicago. That's what's going on. Right now. I just feel it's okay for the president to make that politically correct statement. But they need to back it up with some real action because they are way too many illegal guns in Chicago right now for stories about gas Selling guns out of shopping bags, just like you go purchase some drugs. It seems like Illegal gun market is on an all time high right now. But it's nearly impossible to get all the guns off the streets. Everyone talks about getting the guns off the streets. But how are you going to do that? Well, you're not going to do it number one the same way there was a failed war on drugs. It's hard to get the guns off the street. It's just that's why it's important to have personal relationships with young men on the street, so you can maybe help change their outlook on life, and that's what violence interrupters. That's what we do as well, we us. Our program is based on a public health model, and we address violence as an epidemic. So it's about changing the way people think because you cannot change their conditions. You cannot change your circumstances overnight, and so in the concrete jungles on the streets of Chicago, most guys would rather get caught with a gun. Then get caught without a gun As crazy as it sounds. We just had a young man that was shot 64 times as he was bonded out of the Cook County jail and he got shot right in front of the Cook County Jail. 64 times. The only way to really reduce gun violence in Chicago. Some people may not want to hear this, but we need a black unity program. We need to discipline black community. The reason I say this is because Over 80% of the gun Violence occurs in the African American community here in Chicago. We need black men to step up, like never before and address our own people not talk down to the people not come out there and try to take over anything but bring them young guys to the table of peace in a real strong way, and for about six months if we were to implement a strategy like what I'm talking about. About six months. We can reduce the gun violence by about 50 or 60% is going to take a sustained effort for at least six months in a well okay, that's definitely gonna take that. How do you resolve a conflict? We You talked about the conflicts you resolved like 28 than this year. How do you do it? Two quick stories. Obviously the phone call, uh, two weeks ago, a young lady and this is not even gang related. It's semi game related. What happened? A young lady her daughter's boyfriend had shot at somebody in a particular community on the South side. Chicago And so they ran the family from over in that area and told her she could not come back to her apartment to retrieve her belongings. This is the mother now and she had a cat in the apartment. She needed a medication and her some bags and some papers. You know some paperwork. Okay. Uh, so she called me and then what I did is I took over there to the area. And you got a cat out the apartment with her and closing everything. She was nervous that she could be in the guys in the community were like, Look, man. Well, they told me they did not appreciate me coming over there to escort a lady to her apartment. But I did it anyway. Now the work that I do is not for the faint of heart. Do not try this at home. Okay. After I talked to the guys, Yeah, they were kind of mad at me, but I began to explain to them when you asked me, You know, how do we do it and explain to them got this mother had nothing to do with what her daughter's boyfriend did. She has been living over this community for quite some time. Now, if you guys shoot up in her apartment, you guys are dead wrong for that. She's okay now. And the guys they call me back later and say Hey, They call me big brother. Now they said, Hey, big bro. We apologize. You We appreciate what you did. And you were right, brother. So thanks for talking to us. He had to talk to me. I had to meet them where they were, and then joined the world. Then bring them to a high level of understanding. Okay? How about education? Uh, so many people talk about failing schools in the inner cities. How do you try to keep kids and get kids along the path to be educated to not go to the gang path to try to get out of their situation? And be very successful. But we all know we always talk about education. But you have to understand. We have two or three different forces coming at attacking the young guys. Mindsets number one. Some guys feel like Education does not pay off because they might see some of their friends in the Web game making money and they never attended school. They dropped out of school. So sure some people are not thinking about education. Okay, was crazy about some of the rap music. Now, if you look at some of rap music coming out of Chicago, if you talk about the people you killed, you get more views on your social media platforms. And you might get a record deal which is crazy. Not just Chicago all over the nation, okay? And, uh, young guys are looking at that. So they're saying Look, I can live with street life and I'll be OK anyway. Some guys feel like if they can just sell some drugs for a little while. They don't need to go to school because they have so many different stories of big time rappers once again that have made millions of dollars and they never graduated from high school. Okay, so it's crazy. This sounds and then some guys just don't know what they want to do. We always push education, which is very important. Um, I'm a scholar myself. So I do my best to reach in TCS young guys, But you have to understand their living in the concrete jungle and they're dealing with day to day issue so their minds may not be Ready at this point, But I want to say this as well. A lot of people, black, white, Hispanic, Asian or whatever. Have we raised ourselves up by our bootstraps, and we made something out of our lives. No matter what can just as we came out of So it's two ways of looking at it. The president really wants to be successful. Education is definitely a passport to the future. When you do go into these communities. Gangs. How do you How do you stop gang warfare? You go talk to the one side first and find out everything you need to know about what they're thinking about What's going on?.
"64 times" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"All these heroes, men and women that died that day as we get ready to commemorate 20 years, 9 11. Yeah, that's a very solemn that I think that's bigger than, uh, January 6th thing of a little bit. Everybody's talking about how little January six is This guy, Steve Smith. Did you hear what he said about January 6th Now versus 9 11 IV Smith from the Carolina Panthers. You submit O Smith. That idiot. The Bernie Sanders got no. He used to work for George Bush, 40 43 him and Nicole Wallace. He's two of them. This is what he said. About January six versus 9 11 believe this and this is how crazy these people take a listen. The 16 attack for the future of the country profoundly more dangerous event and the 9 11 attacks city and in the end the 16 attacks. Likely to kill a lot more Americans that were killed on the 9 11 attacks, which will include the casualties of the wars that lasted 20 years. Following it. I'm telling you, the lunacy crazy 103,000 people died that day. One person an innocent lady died January six. The pop died of a heart attack. He knows this? Of course he does. They're not idiots. Not just crazy and stupid. They're evil, by the way on any given night last summer and thank you for the for the American flag in the heart loose back on any given night last summer. In Portland in Seattle on any given Saturday. Any Saturday in Chicago. The death toll is a heck of a lot worse than 16. So let's let's put aside Pearl Harbor. Let's put aside. 9 11. Let's take any given night in any one of these cities on any day. And it makes January 6th look like Mr Rogers, including our own city. You see this picture here? This, uh, a lunatic throwing, uh, scalding hot water on a man from behind. This happened at 47th Street and Sixth Avenue. Right, Midtown. Write read. You know, the best neighborhood in the world, 47th and six. You have this happening, all kinds of people getting shot and killed. You know that we've documented that we've talked about it. Dermot Shea was talking about it yesterday How these people are getting out of jail. He's violent gun offenders continually getting out of jail. And then in Chicago, you and I talked about the thug who was released from jail after spending a year he walks out of jail before he crosses the street. He got 64 bullets. Two cars were parked outside the jail. They shot him 64 times, But, yeah, we're laughing. Yeah. What? What? What is what is used a criminal. I'm not sure you deserve to diabetes. A criminal. He wasn't walking out of shore. But the alright has he. But I'll tell you what this area specifically in Coney Island when I was growing up as a kid. It was pretty violent, and we talk about crime all across the city by me on the upper West side of two blocks away from the Frederick Douglass houses. This is shooting there every night. Crown Heights, Eric Adams. Great job he's doing there. There's always a shooting. I gotta tell you very rarely, if every year about any violence Right here on Coney Island. No. Coney Island seems to be, uh, insulated from stuff. It's experiencing a resurgence as I mentioned earlier, Allah Atlantic City. That's a great analogy. Similar type of we should send a shout out to the Chuck Shoal. Chuck Shoal shows up every year September 10th deputy Cheap served his whole life with the force. They forced them out, which is really unfortunate They shouldn't do that. Guys want to stick around to the 75 80 Let him do it. They forced them out last December, but he proudly served this city and he's also there every year. September the 10th and also is a proud Coney Island guy. So love to our good friend. Chuck Shoal a great cop on this Wednesday morning, no doubt about it. So listen with all this violence there was a rapper in Los Angeles. He was actually live streaming on instagram. And he got shot dead because I shot dead. You saw it. What are you laughing at? This is not funny. The thug walking out of the prison. That was fun. This poor guy Anyway, take it. It's on tape. We're gonna play it. Take a listen. But you ain't got nothing of you right now. What would you do about that pool? Other things. What's up? Hi. Hello with them. What are you at that one over he got he got hit. He got hit, and he and he did. He died anyway. The crime in these cities. It's not a fiction. It's not a myth. It's not hysteria. AOC. It's really, really happening and believe it or not. Three year old two days ago, was killed in Minneapolis. And now the black Minneapolis police chief. I mean, everybody's getting religion, So listen to this guy. The biggest threat to public safety in our city, and particularly African American community is not the police. It is not the police. We have an epidemic right now of unequivocal gun violence, particularly African American communities. And that must stop. There you go. I mean, so he knows he's right in the thick of it. You've got to refund the police. It's not the police. That's the threat. Nobody is afraid of the police. They're afraid of the thugs in the street and in Oakland, another place afflicted. But that's a rough, terrible place. There were actually black people pro cop. Black people were out in the streets, demonstrating their love for the police. They want the cops and who shows up on a bunch of white people to tell them to shut up. I swear to God listen to that. And the black people yell, backed. You don't even live in this neighborhood. Listen to this thing. White privilege is standing here. Thank you Think they were right? Right? Here you go. Hey, wait. Wait to see here. One black show not dying in the street. Every day I go to the police. Yeah..
"64 times" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"If they care so much about abortion? My question is Um why do they want taxpayers to pay for? Why don't they put their money with their mouth is Because that's the latest push there as well. Anyway, So there's a history of these Democrats running away to deny of forum and in Texas. That's that's real. Um, we broke a story on Hannity last night, The T V show. Um, I won't give you all the details. I don't want to get innocent people in trouble, but I have sources and my sources tipped me off that the United States Olympic Committee Had a plan to redesign the American flag on its logo and replace the 50 stars with five new stars and alter the portrayal of the stripes. And on July six, the U. S Olympic and Paralympic Committee. Asked US Olympians and Paralympians associations to fill out an online survey. One of the items in the survey was a proposed change to the American flag, The Stars and Stripes to be used. On the U. S. O. P. C. Materials. Anyway, we reached out They got back to us, and they told us that they will You know, apparently be no changes to the flag icon for the Japanese or Chinese Olympians in 2021 2022, respectively. And my messages stop. You know they were running all it's all part of the creative process and and you know, there's nothing. No final decision has been made, and I said, Well, stop wasting Your creative teams, time and money. By redesigning the American flag because it's an awful idea. Because the stars and Stripes should be the only flag that represent this country. And our great Olympians and Paralympians. So many amazing athletes and champions that we are also proud of. No. The amount of dedication and hard work it takes to be a an Olympic athlete. It's unbelievable. And they represent the United States of America and we already have our flag. We don't need their redesigned flag. Let's see what happens, but we did get least they got back to us. Spokesperson telling telling my team that the committee in the early design stages brainstorming a variety of concepts with stakeholders. We're in the very early stages of potentially exploring New brand executions for the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee. Common practice in the creative development to share a variety of concepts with stakeholders to illicit reaction and feedback that will then be used to determine the next steps. What was sent to you is just one of dozens of ideas being shared in this brainstorming. We put up examples of this I mean, All of this is like you know what has happened in the country. You know, I did. I was watching. Um, you know, by the way, ESPN has the worst online service imaginable. I don't know if those of you like the UFC like I do So Connor McGregor was fighting this weekend. I wanted to watch the fight. And to get it. They may get next to impossible. To buy the fight. And then apparently, according to Jason Whitlock, who happen to like great commentator. You know, he pointed out that in the coverage that they did put out That when Donald Trump walked into the arena in Vegas And chance erupt Erupt, USA USA USA. Parent, he said. He said ESPN ignored the whole thing. Never even mentioned that the former president and enter the building. I mean, um I guess the energy and he entered with Dana White. Place went nuts apparently. About 25,000 people strong. And Whitlock said ESPN and waged the You know why. Why would they not mention that's news? People would want to know why. Why are the people now chanting USA USA USA! Well, there's an answer to that. Um We're watching the issue of you know that there was a Chicago rapper. Uh and we give you the numbers every week. Most people don't know the names shot 64 times. As he was being released from jail. That's how bad the lawlessness is on a daily basis. Out in Chicago. You know, apparently a robber groping and forcibly kissing a tourist through as she's walking tour New York City Hotel. Have a major gang war in the in the Bronx in New York, leaving teenagers dead in the streets. Chicago gang members outnumbering cops, according to estimates. 10 to 1 is as this violence reaches a, you know, new high And it's so sad because it's something we already know how to fix it all. But we don't do it. What? And we don't hear about the names of the people shot of the people shot and killed unless they can politicize it. Or advance whatever their political agenda happens to be so sad. Right, 809 41. Shawn is our number will get to your calls. We're going to do a deep dive into these economic numbers in a minute. We're also, uh, going to have Andy Biggs on this. Mandatory vaccine push in the country. Um, you know so many of you, you know, you send your kids to school. They're not learning to read. Write do math, science computers, and but they are getting a lot of lessons in and cancel culture and woke ism. And a lot of the values we told you about first graders being taught about masturbation. You know, in cartoons being showed 26 year Olds and New York City and even worse for older kids anyway, and it Kids go to these schools, a contradicts parents values parents are scratching their head. How do I reinforce the values that are important to us? Well, our friends at total twins now have found the answer. Now, listen. They called. This.
"64 times" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"These kids in Chicago every weekend, and now we're talking about the guns. The Chicago has the strictest gun laws in America. Illinois does. I mean, how do you get this across to these people? Well, first off, we need to reject. Don't you see the Democratic Party needs to reject the dark money that comes from contributors such as George Soros and control the narrative in terms of what happens in politics. Now, When we look at what's happening in these cities, how do we drive the agenda of the reduction of crime? We need a deep, prudish strategy that focuses on the eradication of not just guns with the problems and that is in enforcement agenda that targets the look The laws that are already on the books If you're locking people up for committing crimes. That the crime rate will reduce, however, when you operate or function, something that we see as bail reform in a place like New York City or in Chicago, Real Lightfoot's inability or unwillingness to target the areas that have the greatest fights and crimes Then you go to see that robust climb climb in the claim. In the crime, and it's just not happening. The cops. You need to let the cops do what they do uncuffed the cops and put the cuffs on the criminals. Oh, that's a good one. Oh, gosh, That's a That's A That's a good slogan. Said Dr Darrin Porcher, with Joe Piscopo. And also this is weird that these crime sprees are fortunate Retail is a major cities in New York and California, Dr Porter to close their doors and limit operating hours toward of shoplifters. So rather than stopping the problem that we're telling you were telling the poor retailers all right, You got to live in your hours. Otherwise you can have shoplifters going in as opposed to going to the heart of the matter, which is stop the criminals. Have you ever seen anything like this, Darren? You know, it's unfortunate because I was just out in San Francisco. I want to say two years ago and I want to say bedroom is at its highest peak there. The quality of life is at an all time low. Walgreens, for example, is closing locations throughout the city because they're unable to keep up with the losses that are occurring as it relates to the people that are coming into shoplifting. Nothing is being done. The criminals have more rights than the cops. And as a result of that you have this this pillaging of the pharmacies out in San Francisco such as Walgreens. So it begs the question of what is the political agenda because it's clearly not a representation of the population. Yeah, And it just seems that Dr Portray these kids 13 year old Jaren Elliot killed on Sunday part of a gang war. Somebody else pops 64 times They would shut that many times, you know? I. It seems to be getting worse. It seems to be getting worse. Is it because there's no consequences? Like I keep saying? Well, it's a combination of the two. There are no consequences, coupled with the inept leadership in a place like New York and I keep an example. The NYPD had a plainclothes you than every precinct we referred to as the anti crime unit. Mayor de Blasio didn't believe in that agenda. So he removed all of the play calls units from the precinct. So what happens? Crime reaches a meteoric rise and nothing is being done. You hear him give a speech, but at the same token, is no execution. You need a plausible understanding of what the issue is the people that are closest to the problem closest sort of solution, the people closest to the problem of police. Therefore they have the more plausible solution and how to reduce the crime. However multiple ASIO and governor Cuomo both have their heads very incentives result, which is resulting in the carnage that's played in the city of New York. And I cleaned up New York before doctor Doctor Darrin Porcher is broken windows where they went in. And they said, if there was a minor crime where there was there are jumping the turnstile or the squeegee people. Remember, I remember Bill Bratton and Bernard Kerik and every under Mayor Giuliani and Bloomberg, they stopped the small crimes which apparently led to bigger crimes. I do You adhere to that, Uh, that philosophy, Darren. I wholeheartedly agree with that..
"64 times" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Does someone in here say they wanted to be a victim of a hate crime? Why? No, I just It seemed like I heard a guy sounded a lot like your voice. I don't I don't want to be a victim of a hate crime. I just want the benefits afterwards. Alright, so you don't want to go? I was going to say you could move to New Orleans. You probably get victimized in a minute. I think that by default, it wouldn't be a hate crime. If it was me. It would just be a crime. Right? That's true. You can't commit a hate crime against a heterosexual. CIS gendered Christian Caucasian guy from America and it doesn't work that way. I don't know All the hate crime don't work backwards. It just works one way I don't ever get to. I mean, I'd like to, you know, think that if somebody committed a crime against me, it might be considered a hate crime. But before everybody else got here, we were talking about important stuff. You know the death of a famous wrestler. And and, of course, uh, shoot to kill or whatever his name was killed to survive. Kilda survive the rapper from Chicago. That's a very sad story, but 64 times well, when they can't call 64 bullets, man, and I want to know who who did all that inspection. I guess they got to do that that gets paid. Just put them up on the on the table and counter bullet holes. When there's smoke, there's fire. You don't get the guys walking out of jail in Chicago, Cook County Jail cook. Does anybody here understand how bad it is that the cook Cook County Jail's? No. It's a pretty big place I've ever been there. Tell me more well, it's on the south side of Chicago. I went there to cover a story once, I I know, I know a little bit about the cooked from the outside looking in. Did you do any time? No, No, I've never done it. Spend the night even one night, uh, spent and spent a night at the jail. Nobody stoke your shoes, and nobody's ever stolen my shoes. But I have had John used to tell that story. John's but a night in Houston jail one time when he was young young man and somebody stole his shoes. Nobody ever stole my shoes. But they do. Take your shoelaces. If you're when you're put when you're put in the cell for the holding for the night. Yeah, I mean, I've been looking at so Hillary Clinton can't sneak in and choke you to death with him as a young man. I got into trouble a little bit, but I You know, I never I never had to eat the salami sandwich. Do you know what I mean? And that's not, uh, no. That's not a euphemism or what do you mean? I never had to stay for a meal. I've been detained. Mm. You know, like being under age and a dream D s. O s and the line at the cafeteria. No, I never had to eat the S O s. I got detained once for skateboarding in a parking lot at a private, uh, your bad bad man. Kenny. I was 14. Yeah, They lined us all the funny I'll never forget that because when we eventually had to come in for court They lined up me and three or four other teenagers that I was with him. There were four of us and the, uh the judge made a big deal about this. He really wanted to lecture us in front of everyone else. And you could tell this is how I learned about fully grown adults problems because I can hear a lot of groaning going on in the room behind me here because some of these people had to get to work and stuff. They were there for a traffic. Scitex weren't getting body cavity searched. No, no, no. You meant that kind of groaning? No. This was like a kind of a white part of the suburbs. Um, there was nobody there for anything serious? We were the most entertaining part of court that day. 14 at 14. You got scared straight. And you never committed no crime again after that, right? Oh, absolutely. Not. All right, then the system works. Yeah, That's right. I would They and they and funny thing about that is they confiscated our skateboards, which they lost. Oh, lost. I love that phrase. So the county was required to repay them. So my mom was like, how much did that skateboard cost? So I went online and tried to find the most expensive thing I could have it paid for. Course. Then, a year later, I got my driver's permit, and I never wrote that skateboard against. It Didn't really matter after that. Hopefully you saved it, though, because you can use that the next time you want to storm of police station in a mostly peaceful protests. No, that's what you do, isn't it? Oh, yeah. You're gonna need a skateboard. Why is that they used the skateboards has weapons because it's also a getaway thing, And it looks innocent because you're just riding around on it. Oh, and then suddenly it's a bat. But it's the only getaway vehicle that could be Abruptly stopped by a pebble. Mm. You ever see someone on a skateboard? Those things will freeze in a hurry. Right? You get the pebble in just the right spot. The holes bored, will come to a standstill and then the person on it who's standing vertically. Just follow everything with roller blades do not get in gravel or grass on roller blades. During the pandemic. I noticed a lot of people rollerblading around the city here for the first time since the nineties. I haven't really seen it. Since then. There was a moment last year for a few months. There were people rollerblading everywhere. Well, they probably all fell and died. So then things is horn. That's kind of hard. But you know you never, You know, Never mind. A roller blading is I had a young lady, uh, talked me into strapping him on my legs one time. Mm. And I tried to stand up on them things and that's crazy. That's not, uh, no. You kill yourself on them thing. Well, sometimes you can put yourself in danger and unlikely situations. Like the other day there was this teenager celebrating a birthday party who had to chase away a home invader with a sword. Had to or got too well, Kattegat. I find that an opportunity just waiting to test a young man's manhood. I think this happened and hair Harrison Montgomery County. Where was this Ohio? Is that where this took place at what happened was a man was trying to break into a home Four little kids inside four Children. But he was chased away by one of the kids was armed with a samurai sword who was celebrating his 15th birthday. It's no little kid. Here's the father of the show Gun of the proud teenagers. They screamed and ran and hid in the closet and her oldest boy, he actually grabbed a samurai sword. And ran after the guy That's 15th birthday is going to stick with him forever..
"64 times" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"That's literally what these guys are doing in San Francisco. There's a lot of video of this. They walk into the store. They just clear everything off the shelves into a bag. But it has to be less than $1000. Okay, because then they could get charged with stealing. Yeah, But remember, if you're the security guy in that store and you try to intervene now you're on camera. What if you're the security guy, and you know the price of stuff? Wait a minute, Real quick. Let me just I'm just doing something. You're arrested. You people are fine. You can go doesn't matter. He's just so you're still the wrong and the wrong He's just some poor guy Trying to steal bread for his family are not supposed to stop anybody from stealing anymore. Well, what happened to the to the grocery store? The Walgreens. Okay, Well, I'm glad you brought up Walgreens 17 Walgreens in San Francisco have closed since this law was passed shocking And the reason why is Walgreens business model doesn't work in such a way. Where they can have every item on the shelf locked up until the consumer wants to buy one. That's how that works right? And they also don't have a business model where they give away all the stuff in their store and still make a profit. Imagine that the Walton and Johnson show weekday mornings at 5 30 on Katie RC 9 50. We just watched. The local news girl do an expose on what the different area codes are in Houston and how long they've been around for this was just riveting news, and she concluded it by saying, You know, some of the citizens of this city. Very proud of these areas. Coach and this is a news story. There's a lot of crime to report and I guess they just don't feel like talking about it because like Pretty much every city that were broadcast to and every other city in the great country. Crime is on the rampage right now, and some people are calling it the I think What the Minneapolis effect that 11 phrase I heard because people all over the country, Watch these riots Take place. Watch these people. Just blatantly break multiple laws and have no punishment for it. And that doesn't affect me or you because we're law abiding citizens, But it does affect those people that are on the fringe that are that close to just go ahead and becoming criminals and they're like, well. What the hell? Why not? Let's just go ahead and go out there and do what we want to do. Not everybody can afford to live in a gated community. I like to call it the criminal. The critical race theory crime wave. Just really pushes it on people that this is all happening, not just because of the economy or the pandemic, but because of Social justice warriors pushing their agenda on municipal governments. But, yeah, you're right. Listen to all the crime going on right now. Here's just last night in our town to shot in a parking lot outside of a bar. Vehicle body found in search for missing Richmond Woman. Let's see Woman found dead at Harris County apartment car missing. I bet I probably know who has that car every couple of hours and get these updates on my phone from one of the local news stations, the TV stations and it's another shooting another road rage incident. Somebody either pointed a gun at somebody shot a gun at somebody or or actually hit Somebody, or they just discover a dead body or two on the side of the road or in a parked car. Like you said, Well, there's so many dead bodies around just ridiculous and, of course. The Democrats will tell you. That's because there's just so many guns out there. Let's just say the Democrats were able to pass to 12 new gun laws by the end of the week. 12 new gun laws who is not obeying any of those new laws. I haven't found any criminals out there that we're currently obeying the laws. They're not obeying the ones we've got. They're probably not gonna start suddenly to obey the new ones, either. I would consider the possibility of a Have a new gun law if it would prevent crime. Somehow this is going to be the the new law that politicians are going to whip up that criminals are forced to obey. Let's not forget the weight, then they wouldn't be criminals. The most glaring point of why arm the whole reason they're upset at you in the first place is because we as law abiding citizens with firearms have independence from the tyrants of the world. You will never invade a country with armed citizens in it, and that's really something we take for granted. What was that other thing? The Third Amendment? You know how you never had soldiers knock on your door and demand to spend the night in your in your bed? That's always nice. Well, you know, we just take that for granted, right? You know how China has never come and stormed the beaches of the United States. Not a coincidence. Both of those things happen because we have this old document filled with goodies in it that protects your rights from tyrannical empires. It's the reason the Japanese did not invade us in World War two right after Pearl Harbor, they could have kept coming. Yeah, they knew better. One of their their their lead. Guys are generals told him. Mm. You don't want to do that. I'm kind of disgusted by this headline in the Houston Chronicle authorities search for Richmond woman who vanished after eating out. I think it's important. We find her. But why do they need to share information about her personal life like that? That's really offensive. I don't need to know what she did. I just I'm not sure why they had to include that situation. It's just a little too personal for me, You know? Uh, Speaking of shootings, murders go And play and all an interesting story out of Chicago. We told you yesterday that over 40 people were shot. I think 10 killed just over the weekend. One of those people has been highlighted for us. A young man named Katie s Dre. Now the KTs stands for what does it stand for? You already know, because Europe Chicago rap fan. I actually is it cut throat or something like that Is Hill to survive? That's dres message on his name killed to survive. Dre was one of the people shot and killed in Chicago over the weekend. He Had just been let out of jail and he was walking right across the street from the jail where they let him out as two cars pulled up. I don't know how many people got out of the cars, and I don't know how many people had guns, but they shot him 64 times. That's pretty bold to shoot a dude 64 times in front of a police station. I mean, this was like Bonnie and Clyde clip. I think those shooters had machine guns. I don't know if these guys did, Um, I'm impressed that they hit him 64 times. I know. I'm pretty shocking. How many times did they shoot and miss? Right? Exactly. And then did any of those bullets going to the police station? Another question is, did any of them go into the tattoo on his throat? He has a tattoo right below his chin on his throat. Very visible in one of his many pictures. It is, um The crosshairs. Like on a target that you would maybe if you had a shooting range to go and practice that, uh, got cross hairs on his throat making a target. And I'm assuming one of those 64 bullets probably struck that target. Here's a pro tip for life if you are a notorious gangbanging thug And you think somebody might shoot? You don't get a tattoo of a target in a place on your body where you could die if it got shot, and I hate to be the one to point this out, but doesn't that crop doesn't it also kind of looks like a white supremacist thing a little bit little bit..
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"He should return tomorrow. A Chicago rapper by the name of KTs. Dre was being released from jail. When he was ambushed by two gunmen and shot 64 times in the head and torso. 64 Several times. One of three people who were shot just out of the outside of Cook County Jail in the little Village section of Chicago on Saturday. And remember it is, uh, you know, Chicago, where Mayor Lori Lightfoot says that the crime is actually trending down. Good place to visit this summer. And again it get it all goes back to The narrative. They're all trying to paint in all of these. Left leaning Democrat controlled cities. And the narrative. They're trying to press on the rest of us, and it's never blamed the it's never blamed. The bad guys always blamed the fork. For getting people fat. Something is Oh, and this by the way. I mentioned this earlier in the program, as it was had just broken earlier today. But this again from Politico, the headline. Potentially a death sentence. White House goes off on vaccine fearmongers First couple of paragraphs. I'll read here and we'll get into it. I think next hour, but the Biden administration is now casting conservative opponents of its covid 19 vaccine campaign as dangerous and extreme. Adopting a more aggressive political posture in an attempt to maneuver through the public health conundrum. White House has decided to hit back harder on misinformation and scare tactics. That's rich after Republican lawmakers and conservative activists pledged to fight the administration's stated plans to Go door to door to increase vaccination rates. The pushback will include directly calling out social media platforms. And conservative news shows that promotes such tactics. The war has begun. On conservative talk radio. It was just a And and television for that matter. It was just a matter of time. This is just the opening salvo. Shows like fills. Those that then an entire stations like WTN. And another conservative. Right leaning? Radio stations and and programs they will they will be targeted. They will they will find a way to to come after it's the fairness doctrine. At all. So be on the watch for that. In the meantime, 40 years in the past. We try a little harder every night. Every day. We work a little longer until we find a better way. Member customer service American Airlines were America never give that 1980 terrorist single one of us in the airport and in the air. From takeoff to landing. Yeah,.
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"And pencil and black beans, avocado lettuce, tomato salsa, This covers everything complex carbohydrates, protein fats. Antioxidants, amino acids, vitamins, minerals and its calorie dent. It's failing. It's nourishing as it's a great meal for dinner. I really like international cuisine that could be Thai food like a pad Thai or Thai fried rice. Could be Indian food like samosas, and and I got a potato and pea and curry dish Or it could be Ethiopian food could be Mexican food big on burritos and tacos and things like that, and dinner happens to be my post workout meal as well. I tend to work out in the evening, so I like to make it really, really big and feeling knowing that I just worked out. And really, really enjoy a big dinner. Robert what was the impetus for you deciding to go vegan with your diet? And then? Secondly, when did you If you want to say, notice a physical, maybe even a psychological change when you change what you were putting in your stomach. I grew up on a farm. I raised animals and I showed animals at the county fair. I I sold them at the auction. Um, you know, but they had first names They were. They were pets, just like dogs or cats. And so I remember my calves dairy calves that I raised Tim and Betsy and unfortunately sold them to be turned into somebody's meal. And so once I made that connection At age 15. I kind of realized what was happening here where these farm animals were going and and what their life was going to be like, and their life was going to end. I decided I no longer wanted to contribute to animals, suffering and cruelty and decided to become vegan. This is back in 1995 before people have the Internet at home before they were documentaries and A lot of books on the subject, and I was a five sport athlete and a pretty good athlete back in high school, And I wondered, Can I get bigger and stronger? And obviously I already answered that question. I went on to be a collegiate athletes. And cross country of all sports, not bodybuilding but later got into lifting weights and bodybuilding, became a champion vegan bodybuilder and showed unequivocally that you can get all the protein you need on a plant based diet and build muscle and be a champion athlete. But it all started because I didn't want to contribute to animal suffering. And I later on studied nutrition and took plant based nutrition courses and got a plant based in terms of a certificate from Cornell University from Of course I took there. And went on to work with lots of doctors and physicians and registered dietitians, many of whom contributed to my new book, the plant based athlete, So what nutrition Wise is wrong with animal meat? Many of it is is considered a class one or class two a carcinogen, meaning that it Probably or very likely to lead to cancer. And that's that's you know, from the World Health Organization. It's right there on the website primarily processed meat. So so hot dogs and sausages and those types of meat are incredibly problematic and have been shown over and over and over that they can lead to various types of cancer. And we all know that Something like one in three or close to one, and two people will develop cancer at some point in their lives. And so that's that's one of the big ones. In fact, Dr T. Colin Campbell, who who did the China study, the largest nutrition study ever conducted over the course of decades in China. With something like 800,000 participants, almost a million and he sold three million copies of his book, You know, he claims that that animal protein in this case specifically way encasing protein, which is a byproduct of cheesemaking. It's consumed by lots and lots of people is perhaps the most carcinogenic substance ever known to man as far as food substance, So there's some problems there. Also, as you probably know, Uh, high cholesterol, was one of the Achilles heels of the American diet. And dietary cholesterol has only found an animal protein. It just it's just not in a suit and fiber, which 97% of Americans do not consume enough of is only found in plants And so this is hugely important and can't be overlooked. And when you talk about antioxidants, some of these things that help fight off free radicals and help us maintain high levels of health. Uh, antioxidants are found 64 times more in plants and animals and really that only that that one 64th where animals get it is from eating plants. And then we eat those types of animals who eat plans so Plants have this benefit of providing vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, amino acids, phyto nutrients, very importantly, fiber and also very water rich and they don't come with the the dietary cholesterol the often saturated fat And the possible carcinogen carcinogens in the baggage that comes from animal protein. And that's why a lot of people are staying away from it, Robert as we wrap up with you, Do you think we in Colorado are if you want to see more open to this say that the vegan diet in this kind of if you want to say lifestyle versus, say, someone in Arkansas or Indiana or in the Midwest? Pretty much no. So and I can tell you that because they just got off a video interview with Darcy Gaither, who is a world class kayaker, whose here in Colorado, actually, at the moment in Fort Collins, where I am, And she's one of many who live right here in Colorado. In fact, there are more athletes. We interviewed for the book who live in Colorado than any other state. Even more than California. I believe And and that's just, you know, That's just one sample of people that I interviewed, but it happens to be Robbie Ballenger. Vanessa Espinoza Scott Direct, Darcy Gaither. Me. We're all here in Colorado. And we're not just you know, elite athletes in the book. There are plenty plenty of people following a plant based diet who who live here in Colorado, especially in those big progressive cities like Denver and Boulder, Fort Collins, and so so, Yeah, This is definitely a great place to be plant based, but you can do it anywhere. Also. Sure seems that restaurants and grocery stores have gotten the memo and are giving customers what they want. When it comes to plant based food, Robert Cheek,.
"64 times" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Antioxidants, amino acids, vitamins, minerals and its calorie dense filling its nourishing. It's a great meal for dinner. I really like international cuisine that could be Thai food like a pad Thai or Thai fried rice. Could be Indian food like samosas, and and I get a potato and pea and curry dish or to be Ethiopian food could be Mexican food big on burritos and tacos and things like that, and dinner happens to be my post workout meal as well. I tend to work out in the evening, so I like to make it really, really big and feeling knowing that I just worked out. And really, really enjoy a big dinner. Robert what was the impetus for you deciding to go vegan with your diet? And then? Secondly, when did you If you want to say, notice a physical, maybe even a psychological change when you change what you were putting in your stomach. I grew up on a farm and I raised animals and I showed animals at the county fair. I I sold them at the auction. Um, you know, but they had first names They were. They were pets, just like dogs or cats. And so I remember my calves dairy calves that I raised Tim and Betsy and unfortunately sold them to be turned into somebody's meal. And so once I made that connection At age 15. I kind of realized what was happening here where these farm animals were going and and what their life was going to be like, and their life was going to end. I decided I no longer wanted to contribute to animals, suffering and cruelty and decided to become vegan. This was back in 1995 before people have the Internet at home before they were documentaries and A lot of books on the subject, and I was a five sport athlete and a pretty good athlete back in high school, And I wondered, Can I get bigger and stronger? And obviously I already answered that question. I went on to be a collegiate athletes. In cross country of all sports, not bodybuilding but later got into lifting weights and bodybuilding, became a champion vegan bodybuilder and showed unequivocally that you can get all the protein you need on a plant based diet and build muscle and be a champion athlete. But it all started because I didn't want to contribute to animal suffering. And I later on studied nutrition and took plant based nutrition courses and got a plant based in terms of a certificate from Cornell University from Of course I took there. And went on to work with lots of doctors and physicians and registered dietitians, many of whom contributed to my new book, the plant based athlete, So what nutrition Wise is wrong with animal meat? Many of it is is considered a class one or class two a carcinogen, meaning that it Probably or very likely to lead to cancer. And that's that's you know, from the World Health Organization. It's right there on the website primarily processed meat. So so hot dogs and sausages and those types of meat are incredibly problematic and have been shown over and over and over that they can lead to various types of cancer. And we all know that Something like one in three or close to one, and two people will develop cancer at some point in their life. And so that's that's one of the big ones. In fact, Dr T. Colin Campbell, who who did the China study, the largest nutrition study ever conducted over the course of decades in China. With something like 800,000 participants, almost a million and he sold three million copies of his book, You know, he he claims that that animal protein in this case specifically way encasing protein, which is a byproduct of cheesemaking. It's consumed by lots amount of people is perhaps the most carcinogenic substance ever known that command as far as food substance. So there's some problems there. Also, as you probably know, Uh, high cholesterol, was one of the Achilles heels of the American diet. And dietary cholesterol has only found an animal protein. It just it's just not in a suit and fiber, which 97% of Americans do not consume enough of is only found in plants And so this is hugely important and can't be overlooked. And when you talk about antioxidants, some of these things that help fight off free radicals and help us maintain high levels of health. Uh, antioxidants are found 64 times more in plants and animals and really that only that that one 64th where animals get it is from eating plants, and then we eat those types of animals who eat plans. So plants have this benefit of providing vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, amino acids, phyto nutrients, very importantly fiber and also very water rich and they don't come with the dietary cholesterol the often saturated fat And and the possible carcinogen carcinogens in the baggage that comes from animal protein. And that's why a lot of people are staying away from it, Robert as we wrap up with you, Do you think we in Colorado are if you want to see more open to this say that the vegan diet and this kind of if you want to say lifestyle versus, say, someone in Arkansas or Indiana or in the Midwest. Pretty much no. So and I can tell you that because they just got off a video interview with Darcy Gaither, who is a world class kayaker, whose here in Colorado, actually, at the moment in Fort Collins, where I am, and she is one of many who lived right here in Colorado. In fact, there are more athletes. We interviewed for the book who live in Colorado than any other state even more than California. I believe, and that's just You know, That's just one sample of people that I interviewed, but it happened to be Robbie Ballenger. Vanessa Espinoza. Scott Juric, Darcy Gaither. Me. We're all here in Colorado, and we're not just you know, elite athletes in the book. There are plenty Plenty of people following a plant based diet who live here in Colorado, especially in those big progressive cities like Denver and Boulder, Fort Collins, and so so, Yeah, This is definitely a great place to be plant based, but you can do it anywhere. Also. Sure seems that restaurants and grocery stores have gotten the memo and are giving customers what they want. When it comes to plant.
"64 times" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Are under a pocket. I want you to look back at an attract and hit the pace car hit the pace car hit the pace car. What for? Because you hit any other Hang out there. I want you to be perfect. Come along. Don't don't go. That was a pretty good part by Duval in days of thunder. It's a great movie with Tom Cruise. I love that. Look, Let's not go crazy. No, I like that movie, Shawn. You didn't like that movie. He didn't like it because it wasn't It wasn't so active so far fed. It was Hollywood. It was. I think Talladega nights was more accurate Hell stop with Dad, who was their car owner up? The guy from Christmas vacation that goes has the R V. Oh, oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. Quaid Yeah. Randy Randy Quaid was the car in days of thunder and still be option. All right to be. Go ahead. Randy Quaid. Thank you. Track Jesus, Speaking of racing one last time. I guess this would be the last time I think it will be. We got the big boss. How's it coming up in 30 minutes, Eddie? Eddie Gossage will join us. Yes, talking to us about it. He gets to hand that cowboy hat to winter on Sunday. Mhm. I've also got to tell you about the honorary starters. For Sunday's race. It has a cowboy Dallas Cowboys tie in. I think cowboy fans will love or that winner's circle. How is that even allowed anymore in this PC world? We need the guns and all that six years. Yeah, That is awesome, though. I love it. Yeah, well, they don't get the press that kiss the pretty girl and indie anymore, do they? They were the milk because I watched I watched the Indy and Helio Crest Castro Neves wanted And there was a very awkward peck that she leaned in and Yeah, He had really no time for it because his superhot wife is standing right there, you know? Yeah, Right, right. Johnny was telling me by the way. He went up to catching Davis after the race was over, and he held up his three fingers because Johnny one of three times Catherine Davis put up his four like they used to be in the same club, but not anymore. I love it with guys tell stories like that. You know, 3 to 4. I got to tell you. That was one of the highlights for me on Thursday afternoon, just to get to spend a few minutes he's 83 years old now, but very, uh Very alert. And in fact, he was shooting shotguns, was he? Yeah, I like they were talking about. He designed the cover of the program for the Indy this year. It's really neat. Really. It was all three time winners. The car is on there. I would love to go to the races does he is he's always have Doctor left turn signal going the whole time. No, no, he's no. Okay. I would love to go. He lives in Fort Worth to his house One day, and I said, Hey, let's go to lunch sometime because he loves the original on Camp Bowie, But I would just like to see all the memorabilia. Oh, I bet. Yeah, he's got Yeah, but those stories like holding up 23 and four those are those are great stories. I heard, uh Byron Nelson story the other day. Charlie Reimer, who was on the tour for a while, told the told a story about him shooting a 60 an event. Uh And and, yeah, I can do that. On the front nine. I actually shot a 61. Excuse me shot a 61 because I think of 59 was a record, but he shot a 61 had a great day got paired with Phil Mickelson, he said it feels not used to playing with me. You know on on the weekends because Charlie usually wasn't there on the weekends. But he said he was talking to Byron Nelson. This is it at at an event that Byron Nelson was at. Said he was talking to him before the tee box. He said I was so nervous. I mean, you know, here it was. I just I just walked out there and shot a 61 and Byron Nelson terms to me. And he says, Man, you have a great round. Charlie kept thinking about it all night last night. Charlie said, Really, Mr Nelson. He said yes, he said. I kept thinking about he said, Charlie, I've never shot of 61. And Charlie Reimer said, Really, he said Nope. I've never shot at 61 in a tournament and Charlie Roberts said it just kind of ease them off. You know when he heard that it relaxed him. And he was ready to go take on Phil and he said, I just felt, you know, kind of supercharged at that point, you know that Byron Nelson took the time to tell me he had never shot of 61 in a tournament. He said. It just made me feel. Like I was supposed to be there. Yeah, he said within about 45. Seconds went by. There was a long pause and he said Byron Nelson was staring off into space. And he turned to me. Said Yep. Never shot a 61. I've shot a 63 times in a 59 4, but I've never shot a 60 want. He said. That point when he was just totally defeated. And ever. Yep, I've shot a 64 times and then yeah, but never 61. No, Charlie. Wow. Love stories like that and just keep you in your place. It is 7 41. W b A p coming up here at 7 45. Dr. Bud Weinstein is going to join us. He's going to talk about the inflation issue. Whether this is a good or bad thing. It's going to be interesting conversation. We have He'll join us coming up and then at 8 15 J Bensel fills us in on everything going on around the Metroplex. Right now we stop down to make room. For traffic.
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"Hours. Apple after the close a presidential address in front of Congress and Tom, a federal serve decision. I've hardly heard anybody discuss so far this morning. Well, they're not talking about it, but I agree with you. It's off the radar. And maybe that is a mistake. The press conference could be interesting to say the least on its way. John to June 16th. Maybe that's an important Fed day. June 16. Our guests coming up says today is the day in 2021. That's a reason to stay with us. Radio and TV through the rest of the morning, Jean because we get the full cast in a world where I thought they were de emphasizing forecast based monetary policy, will they really wait for you to be there? Going to Jackson? Cooper started the show Deutsche Bank and all You need to know Is that raising it up John, his boom economy, The raisin and up in the question is how far out do you extend that the forecasts are a mystery. We'll catch up with Philistines Look a little bit later this morning. Looking forward to that Lisa the forecast for a mystery and a couple of companies. In the last couple of days, not offering guidance for this year. Last year is because the economy was so bad, and this year it's because what the economy is so good. The real question to me is on inflation. And this really remains one of the key distinguishing features between a lot of investors, Jeff Gundlach of Double Line yesterday, saying on Bloomberg BNN. He thinks that a lot of these inflationary pressures do not look transitory. I'm curious whether Fed chair Jay Powell gives any guidance as to how they will calibrate transitory Versus a more substantial wave of inflation because they might not look it forecasts But the rest of Wall Street does and they're going to do it for them, and they're starting to get ahead of them. Transport costs raw materials something has come up in these earnings calls repeatedly over the last couple weeks is the price action This Wednesday we look like this on the S and P 500 equity futures slightly positive on the S and P We climb higher by 34 points up almost 1/10 of 1%. We have had a lift in Treasury yields. The last couple of days yesterday a push higher through 1 16 year olds up again by two basis points to 1 64 time. I do love you for the sound effects. Give me one more euro dollar wants money. 10.17 tense two years 1% right up there with talk about it right now. The two year year old Tom Lost its heartbeat over the last year. And if you look a five year chart, I'll bring that up a little bit later. If you don't cut me off again, I'll actually get there and we can talk about it. That's gonna be the issue soon. Earliest Federal reserve whether the front end of that yield curve becomes unanchored Before they're ready to let it go and talk about raising interest rates on anchored on better data on anchored maybe on higher inflation. And Tom that hasn't happened yet. It hasn't happened yet. But John, what is the catalyst for the markets to take over and tell the Fed white to do? I'm gonna go all Marty Zweig on you don't fight the Fed eight of the communication changes or the data changes. That's what it's gonna come down to. Right now. The Fed and the market seems to be on similar pages that could change him with you. You've given me two transitory is give me a third transit. I'm gonna move on gonna get to Lisa and get the day ahead. I think there's been substantial progress made between you two. Maybe we.
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And from Washington. I'm Audie Cornish. We're gonna start with this fact The U. S military has no role in the electoral process. And yet President Trump and his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, have suggested that armed forces could be used to help the president overturn the results of the election that he lost. And the speculation around their interest in this false notion. So concerned all 10 living former secretaries of defense, they felt the need to band together to remind the American public that Trump lost and that the military does not involve itself in U. S elections. Among the authors of this Washington Post op ed former Defense secretary Chuck Hagel. He joins us now welcome back to all things considered. Thanks, Charlie. Former U. S. Defense Secretary William Perry said on Twitter that the idea from this originated with former Vice President Dick Cheney. Was there a particular moment comment from this president or his allies in recent weeks that compelled you to sign on. Well, I think it's a combination of things, certainly the very loose Dangerous, erratic talk about imposing the Insurrection Act and military law in this country, which the press reported, in fact, did take place in conversations in the Oval Office with the president his the president's behavior the last month since the elections. I think I alighted in the last 24 hours by the tape that was released that that clearly indicated he was not only browbeating but threatening. Republican secretary of state of Georgia to turn that election around. I want to jump in because the insurrection act, which you just mentioned, I think, is what has been referenced publicly. By Michael Flynn. He's fresh off a pardon from President From President Trump. And here was Flynn talking on the trump Allied Newsmax within the swing states if he wanted to, He could take military capabilities and he could place him in those states and basically rerun. Election in each of those states. I mean, it's not impressive that I mean these people out there talking about martial law is like it's something that we've never done. We've done martial law has been instituted 64. 64 times. Now he's talking about it in reference to election, but correct me if I'm wrong. The few times the federal government has deployed military to a city or county has been during a major civil unrest, usually during the civil rights period or in the case of racial desegregation of schools. Does the fact that you signed a letter knocking down? The suggestion means you worry that Flynn and others are lending credence to it. Well, the fact is, just as you said. What General, Flynn said is just not accurate. We have never used the military. Whether was through, um The Insurrection Act or declaring martial law to rerun elections. And that's what that's what General Flynn is talking about. And that's what the conversation was all about in the Oval Office with President Trump that's never been done that be unprecedented where democracy or a nation of laws And we have to maintain that That's just that's a cord of our strength. With us being illegal order. And if that's the case, wouldn't someone like, say the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley, hear it? Well, the commander in chief is in charge obviously of a military of our executive offices if he gave an order Which would.