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"808 590" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"808 590" Discussed on WJR 760

"Brands should I look for? Well, you can start with sub 0 $10,000 Plus, but you'll have a refrigerator for a long time. Then there's GE and there's Whirlpool. And Oh, yes, I hear China purchase GS appliance division years ago. Not so many 34 years ago. They own them. They own all of GE appliances. But they're still made here in this country. And they're still made using the engineers from GE. China hasn't stepped into my knowledge on the engineering part of GE refrigerators, so and World for made in Benton Harbor, etcetera, Michigan based company and many of them made in Mexico and I have no objection to that. They've been making them in Mexico for years. Mexicans know how to build a refrigerator, So we're hopeful G and anything else you want to look at? Because I Do not personally like along with many thousands of service technicians products made in China. Taiwan, Korea, India. I don't think those products are worth the pinch of prunes if you ask my opinion, but I'm giving it to you anyways. Thank you for asking. Here's the phone number to text us your appliance repair question. We're taking text questions this morning that voice mail messages or voice call messages taking text message Questions at 808 590 wjr. That's 808 590. 957 Here's a text message from Malia, who says she lives in the Detroit has a Frigidaire refrigerator that does not freeze or chill made back in December of 2013 any ideas for Leah Well, average life of the refrigerator 12 years, they say, has been reported to consumer reports magazine from the manufacturers. That you're lucky if you get 10 years Well, it's close to that are over it, and it's time to check the compressor on it. So I need to read her. I need to talk to her on the email system. So I can direct her or somebody in the family on how to check to see if it's got a leak or of the compressor is shot. We'll know after I talked to her, so she's got to get on that email system and send me an email as soon as possible. Thank you. So let's give Leah your email address and for anybody else who would like to email you directly at your own personal email address. It's the first four letters of appliance followed by the.

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"808 590" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"808 590" Discussed on WJR 760

"The Home an appliance radio program right here on WJR and, uh We love to have your call in love to join us because you help everybody listening on this radio program every Saturday and Sunday morning, we invite you to talk about your major home appliances, washer dryer, refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, microwave oven, garbage disposer room, American missioner dehumidifier, even the amid a fire on the side of your furnace and with the golden voice. Of the man you are about to hear you will be directed and how to be a part of the home and appliance show his name. Donald the Hammer Schuster. Good morning, Joe. I gotta say I'm still laughing a little bit. Did I hear us a traffic report Just before I show came on the air, and the guy identified himself at the end of the traffic report. As I'm Luke, left turn. Let's turn. Well, then, In that case, I'm Johnny Announcer. I mean, why am I losing out anyway? Good. Sunday morning. We're here for you Live. It is June 13th. It is 608 am and the phone number to call with your appliance repair question. And this is a good time to call. Think you're going to best buy when they first opened up at 10 A.m. the morning and the first one in the door. Give us a call. Let's get your question answered. Let's save you some money. Here's the phone number. 808 590 W. J. R. That's 800. 8590957. She's got a question about an appliance that maybe he's not working right in your home. Maybe you're buying one soon and want to get a little advice before you buy. Maybe just have anecdotal story You wanna tell us about your experience with the household appliance? This is the number to call. This is why we're here. 808 590957.

"808 590" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"808 590" Discussed on WJR 760

"Couldn't do that. We couldn't have wedding wedding canceled birthdays for canceled. Um, it was pretty awful. Um, also what she did to Maki and the charges that were filed in the $9000 fine she imposed on here. I think punitive and vindictive woman that she punished him put in jail and western Michigan for selling, you know, opening her pizza restaurant. I think there's been a lot of really, um serious, serious infractions 4000 people who died that she ordered put in a nursing home. Where, Where is that investigation? I don't understand what we'll just go where I'll say that. I'll say this as far as any of that is concerned, you know, following Charlie LeDuff is interesting. I made the analogy earlier. He's like a dog that hasn't eaten in a few days and sees a steak and his new steak is Governor Whitmer. And remember how Robert Ficano kind of went away. I mean, Yeah, that that had a lot to do with Charlie. The dust investigative reporting, So I'm not saying that that's gonna happen here. But I'm not saying it won't either. So there's that, pat. Thanks for calling. We appreciate it. Our number is 808 590. W. J are still a few people want to talk about this? I do want to get on to something else. In a few minutes. It involves the Olympics, the Olympics and something you won't see this summer. In the meantime, let's go to Bob and Brighton. Good morning. How are you? I am great. How are you? I'm doing well, Bob, What do you think about what the governor did? Plane it. It's no different than taking $40,000 in a brown paper bag. It is a payoff. It is a bribe. It is a crook. There is no difference whatsoever and your comment that you would do it. You're not the governor. She is. Mm hmm. It's true. It would do that and her position. That's no different in taking a bribe. Well, no. You know how I would have done it, Bob. In that case, in that case, If I were the governor of the great state of Michigan, I would come clean and I would do it beforehand. Ladies and gentlemen, I've been telling you for a long time that you should mask up and you should not travel Bible, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. I was wrong. And I'm going to go visit my father. This is how I'm doing it. And that's it. I would have swallowed the pill and done it. But I would have. I would have taken them up on the offer on that. I'm not lying about that. But I would have I would have owned up to it. Her mistake, I think is that she's not. And this is something that she kind of campaigned on. If I'm not mistaken, she wanted to be the transparent governor. Coming out of the Snyder administration. Okay, Well, that's not exactly transparent because as you know, and as I know, the truth eventually comes out. And then for all coat to win. Her administration did the same thing. You have the head people in her administration. Mm hmm. Yeah. One day. Virginia was it and another one to Florida. South Carolina. I think so. Yeah, I think it was South Carolina. It's just out of him. Bob. Thank you So much for your comments. We appreciate it. 808 590 W. J r. That's 808 590957. Let's go to Lauren and Lavonia. Hello, Lauren. How are you this morning? In here, you and hold on. We're going to traffic. My bad for God. Hold.

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"808 590" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"808 590" Discussed on WJR 760

"I'm Rocky Road, Schakowsky. And as I said that I'm hosting the late morning show this my last day this week, and I really enjoyed being with you. I'm looking forward to hearing your thoughts on what I've dubbed the Declaration of Dependence, speech, something that will either remember forever. War. Hopefully, we can change in the next election. 808 590957 808 590 wjr Mark you're on with us with Rocky Rashkovsky from Milford. Good morning, Iraqi. Good morning, but some are much When did you see Last time? Three students Movie on TV. Remember Three Stooges movie? Yes. Yeah, I actually do. Oh, yeah, It was fine. There was made some debate based on the farm life. You know there was something but you can Look, observe and implement and smile. Yes, Today we got three studios on the screen to plus one and I really cry. You know, there was nothing to accept in his speech and those two lady Behind him. That was completely devastation and garbage speech that it was. It was a zoo. I've I've called it again. The declaration of dependence. It moves us from an independent free society to, um or dependent society where everything will be taken care for you by the government. So it's it's the spending. That's really of concern to me because I have a daughter still a seven year old daughter that when she becomes college Asia when she's looking for a job or raising a family, what is she? What country? What type of country is she gonna inherit? So you bring up a very valid point, Mark? Thank you very much for joining us, Bobby, you're on with Rocky Ridge. Husky Bob from Lee Korean I am not a great show and thank you rocket while you do for our country. And I do agree with you're saying and I could go with mind. BLM that basic liberties matter and then this taxation without any representation coming from the House and Senate. Of comprised lawyers, and he and lawyers like they are and bring forth our laws. They had their hands and everybody's pockets but their own and we're gonna be stuck paying for it. And just We're gonna put this Sprinkles and ours and everybody's hands isn't providing or being productive in their work at 73 Listen to WJR since 1955 Apple don't fall far from the tree. My father left me wjr back there and I'm going, man. I'm not gonna be listening to this and uranium 73 listen to wjr. And the point you bring toward our great I miss Frank. And I think wjr is not a little bit of Left. Turn there, but with you. Come forward for me. I'm I'm greatly Anticipating a great rise in our Republicans parties, So thanks for all Iraqi. Yeah, I appreciate you your kind comments Bob. I've got to say that WJR tries to because it's a radio station and a radio stations trying to hear everybody's viewpoint. And you're gonna hear some viewpoints from the left. You're gonna hear some viewpoints for the bright But what's incredible about this radio station and incredible, But, uh, I would say more people that are on the center, right? We are truly the tolerant ones. We want to hear more opinion. Even when people disagree with us. I I love talking with Debbie Dingell. I really do. Some people may get real big headaches from talking to Debbie Dingell. I I really love it because I enjoy hearing her perspective and especially the perspective of the left, and I tried to find out what's in their minds. If we could find out what's in their minds, then weaken better. I would say we can better tailor our argument in our debate. Hopefully one day one day. Weekend. We could earn the hearts and minds of these people and bring them over to the right mind of thinking that it's it's what you make what you do what you earn is yours, not anybody else's. And it's not for the governments to decide who the winners or losers should be in our economy. And in our family lives in our personal lives. So you bring up some great points. And by the way, Thank you very much for the fine compliment, Joe. You're from Clinton Township. You're on with Rocky works, Kowski. Hello? Not here. I'm glad you take the dissenting opinions. Because I really enjoyed President Biden's speech last night. I think his move is to increase social safety net programs, and it's about time. We'll go a little bit deeper than that. What do you mean by social safety Net programs, And it's about time. What? What is the social safety Net program that you're looking for? Is it to fund and give $1800 checks to people that aren't citizens? They're just crossing the border. No, I'm thinking more in terms of history and what history teaches us. When FDR in the 19 thirties gave us Social Security. The opponent said it would lead to communism when they'll be Jason Institute in Medicare and Medicaid in the sixties. Opponents said it would lead to communism. It didn't those things don't we have to share in the cost of the social safety net, and Biden is on the right track. What is that? But what is the social safety Net? You know some people we're not gonna argue about Social security. But what is the social safety net? I asked you a very simple question. Joe and I do appreciate opposing viewpoints because it's important that we have this discussion and I understand what you're after, but in one minute Because that's what's happening right now. I think that's a ridiculous way to frame the debate. No, I'm asking because that's a social safety net. That's what a lot of liberals that's what a lot of liberals are asking for and have asked, would basically have put into policy right now That's what's happening and her Southern border illegals they're crossing are getting a check for $1800. Refugees..

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"808 590" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

08:46 min | 1 year ago

"808 590" Discussed on WJR 760

"From 10 till noon, the inside outside, guys give you all the home improvement advice you need and then it 12 o'clock. I know Joe's real excited about this. Michigan State at Ohio State basketball. Thank you, Dave. Our phone number to call with your appliance repair question is 808 590. W. J r. That's 808 590957 going to Toledo. It's a bosh dishwasher that won't close. Let's talk to grace. Good morning, Grace. Thanks for calling And how may we help you? I don't thank you for listening to the I done the dishwasher thing where I put the white vinegar in left it all night, And I thought maybe that was the answer. And then we've cleaned out that little soap compartment and it doesn't seem to be doing any good. So yesterday. What I did is I closed the dishwasher. I put it out of the light wash, and I can wait about 10 minutes. That's normally when the soap would drop in, so I opened it up and put the soap in and and all the sudden nothing's working. It goes off. So I press the regular wash in a state on so I don't know what to Diogo Bosch. People told me that probably there's a pin that's broken inside. The, um the little compartment where you put the soap. So do I bite the bullet and call somebody the coven six. Hmm. Well, now you tell me the dishwasher is not running right? It doesn't run. I'm on the low part. In other words, where I put it in for 60 minutes. It doesn't run. I have to press the button and hold on to the button. The push button and until it starts moving again, and then I decided that I would press the regular wash. While when I press the regular wash it washed. It went through. So I don't know. I don't know what's going on with it. I don't have it. Do you have a touch pad on that council? Or is it buttons? It's all buttons. So how old is this dishwasher? It Z from 2012. Okay, Well, it's not that all and it's all buttons right? They moved his blood's move. Yes, it's got like the high wash the low wash the rinse. And you just press those buttons. All right, So I think I might have found a Bosch dishwasher to can I just ask Grace a question to make sure I heard her correctly. Sure, Grace, Are you saying that you like run the dishwasher for about 10 minutes and then add to the detergent. Yes, because that's when I used to hear it. Drop in. When I When I have a little you know the finished product What I when it drops and you could hear it fall in, and I know that that's the That's the thing has, um What could I say? I know that it's dropped in because I could hear it Balled out Grace. What happens if you put in the dishwasher before the cycle begins and just close at one time, hit the button. Start one time and let it run for the entire cycle. Beginning to end. It won't stay shut The where I put the soap. It's a little that's a little soap, so it's not the door. It's the little container so low to the floor. Yeah, I gotta at least what the problem is. Okay, Grace, I'm gonna suggest that you've got a bad switch assembly with those buttons are that's a switch. All right. And I'm going to say that needs to be replaced first. Before you go back into the door. Check out the pin that may be broken on the soap release lid. What can you do all of that Greece. I'll call householders and have them come out. I just was thinking it's going to cost like $100 or something. So maybe I should just bite the bullet and just have him come out because it's what's bash Lady said. She says. I think your little box that opens up to let the self come out, she said. I think it's broken. Well, I think you need two things. But who? Who's who's the service company? You're going to call householders here in town until later. Okay, that zah service company, right, Correct. Okay, good. As long as they're qualified to come out to your home. They've been around for a number of years. And you feel confident. Go right ahead and let me know what they find if you don't mind. I will. I'm so and so disappointed, And I had to sit there for the other day because it was on the lows run and I had to hold the button. And every time I'd like to go over the button, the blusher would stop. Well, thank goodness. Thank goodness. You didn't have to use the restroom. Where? Something like that? Because you have been the trouble. It would have been about 60 minutes. Yeah. Okay. Thank you. I'll let you know what happens. Bye. Bye, dude. Thank you. All right. Joe, You've got the opportunity now to solve an international problem. I wouldn't necessarily call the high level geopolitical problem, but it's a problem. It's international. Nonetheless. We're going to go to Windsor. We've got a lady on the line. You can't get the light ball body of her refrigerator socket. This is Sandra. Good morning. Good morning calling. Morning, Joe. Good morning, Donald. Yeah, Joel. I've got this Kenmore refrigerators. And that's about eight years old or so And about a year and a half ago that one of the light bulbs burned down and for love nor money. Can I get that thing out of there, and I was just listening to one of the gals who called you before our fellow about Frigidaire light bulbs and Refrigerator like the whole family and forth. Hey, I should call Joel that my dilemma. I've tried everything I try. I even put in the last stick around because somebody told me a trip to undo things Anyway, I give it to you joke. How can I get that light bulb out? Is the glass broken on the light bulb? No, it's not. No, it's stuck in there. Pretty toffee. I died. Yeah, I just, um I can't move it and I'm a printed to be too aggressive with it For obvious reasons. H Oh, well, here's what you're going to do. Finally, one day you're gonna break the glass. Okay, Okay. You're gonna break the glass down, Put a dish there something to catch the broken pieces of glass. You don't want that in the food, right? Yeah. Okay, Or put a cloth all the way around the light bulb and then hit it with something. And break the glass. Okay, The first thing you're going to do is pull the plug on the refrigerator, right? Sure enough, yeah. A little bug. It's in the back hard to get too sometimes so go to the circuit breaker and tripped the circuit breakers, so you don't have any electricity to that refrigerator. Mattress. Are you going to take a pair of needle nose pliers? You're going to stick it in the light bulb. In the base of the light bulb. And instead of Richard W. Needle nose fires. You're gonna open them. You're going to get you both hands in there. You're gonna open the players opposite of normal. Um then you're And you're going to unscrew the light bulb. Oh, my goodness. Okay. Hey, not all that hard to do you? No, No, no, no, no, It sounds easy enough. I just never would have thought that, you know, breaking the light have been doing it, But I can totally see where you're going with this and I'm going to do it. You know, I've still got light in there because there's two bulbs, but I just thought, you know what this thing's got me whipped. I'm going to give Joe a call, so I'll give you the world joke. Thank you so much. Thank you, Joe. Thanks, Donald. But by it's like talking to Secretary of State appliance, Dr Joe Gannon. Good stuff. All right. It is What? 7 41 Sunday morning, January 31st and the next segment of the home. An appliance show is brought.

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01:45 min | 1 year ago

"808 590" Discussed on WJR 760

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"808 590" Discussed on WJR 760

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01:38 min | 1 year ago

"808 590" Discussed on WJR 760

"Call 808 590. W. J. R. That's 808 590957. You can call right now. In the meantime, Joe wondered if you might help an email listener who Brought us in his name is Peter. His topic is a 32 year old Frigidaire Electric dryer. He reports that it's been working just fine until one day he presses the and button. Nothing happens totally dead, His wife says. It's time to get a new dryer. After all, it has been 32 years. But here is Peter's dilemma. He wonders what could have gone so wrong. So suddenly, is it worth getting a service? Check to take a look? Could it be the ad off switch? Could it be the motor? What do you think? I think he has to go to the electrical supply immediately before he goes anywhere into the dryer, so tripped the circuit breaker. All the dryer out of the way from the wall unplugged the heavy duty to 20 cord from the outlet. And follow the court up to the dryer all the way up. There's gonna be a little tiny door there, you open up, and that's where your connections is for that electrical card that to 20 court. Check the wiring right there before you go any further. Don't be surprised if you see the terminal broken or something melted back there. And it's a matter of correcting it easy enough to do And as.

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07:54 min | 2 years ago

"808 590" Discussed on WJR 760

"808 590957 808 590 Doubtfully Jr the number 40 calls texts. You're right back to the phones and talk to Sharlene in Troy. Good morning, Charlene. Good morning. How are you? I'm good. What can I do for you? Well, I'm just saying, you know, a lot of these people that are looting and rioting are the words of mouth, George Linda mad and then these other billionaires that we're paying for these people to be there. They're not the average person and they're doing this to try to destabilize the government so they could buy the Democrats are elected officials in the cities are in collusion. Who are who are promoting its stuff and letting them get away with this. And if they care so much about the black community, Why're they permitting this worthy of the people in the inner cities going to shop after they lose the stores of burn him out? That, you know, it's just terrible. What they're being permitted to the line. And now you look a little like with Rianna Taylor. Now the police didn't make state like they said they they could have arrested them outside the apartment. They didn't have to go in there to clock in the morning. They could have arrested him. Then go in the apartment. Look for drugs. And it's just like with Nico. You know that guy awake all they didn't have the weight. And anything till he barricaded himself in there. He used to go jogging every morning in town. They could have arrested him then but I agree with you. I believe that there there there was something in terms of the police protocol. I think something was amiss here. Something was wrong. I don't. I don't believe I don't believe that they that they had to do with the way that they did. But they did. And these three officers again according to information that I'd seen We're not in the process. They were not in the warrant. Um Ah. They weren't there when they were trying to obtain the warrant. They weren't there in the investigation into that particular case, they were there essentially is back up and they went in. So I I'm kind of with you that I think there the way that it was handled needs to be looked at. I think that's where you're going to start seeing some changes because something does seem wrong there. Does that directly impact the charges that they would receive. I don't know because only one person was charged. With one in danger. The thing is to is that you know, after Waco and after Ruby Ridge, you didn't see the white community would be out there marching in the streets and burning and looting and all this other stuff, you know that I was outraged about what went on and they people at Waco and Ruby Ridge sued the government and they won, but you know, there's a difference. You know, and and I think the black community is being used by the left Charlie, and it's not just the black community. It's not just the black community. Look at these look at these gatherings. There. I mean, everybody's there. People representing all of creeds. Nationalities, Jen. I mean, everybody's there. It's not just the black community. It's a bear. Dry white, You know, you see a lot of these white men and women out there doing alluding band that's for sure. But you see it all. You know when you see it all over the country shortly and I gotta run, But yes, you do You see it everywhere. I mean, it's happened obviously, last night. A cz, you know, happened in Louisville. Obviously it happened in Seattle happened in Portland Happen in New York. Happen in Chicago. It's happened. Kenosha. It's happened. So yeah, that that that's the part where again you want to go? There are peaceful protesters there. There really are. Their message is tainted by the few Then our Causing the mayhem. Go to Sandy in Northville. Good morning, Sandy. How are you? I'm good. What can I do for you? Well, I have a comment. I've served on jury duty. Ah, 56 times and a couple of the cases were like a civil Um, case against one person against another. The others were criminal. And it seems to me that citizens have a responsibility. I'm asking you don't They have a responsibility to be a Ah, good citizen and not associate with the criminal element. Sure, they have a responsibility not to associate with drugs and drug users. Or not associate with people who break the law. But I think these people who keep on burdening the police with their crimes, and they're outrageous behaviors. Are racist and Ah, And why would a smart person want to keep challenging the police and their authority, But they keep doing it. And in fact, I was in CBS one day when the shot was her guide assaulted by the store detective. She was only five before the store detectives And this guy was over 6 ft. Tall. She got him in a headlock, and she's got him up against the door and I called the police and they came over there in my 100 year old mother was standing there, saying punch him in the nose punched him in the note. But why should my mother have been subjected today, dummy? He was ah, shoplifting. These people keep putting themselves in harm's way and then say, Oh, the points were like this. The police are racist. The police are just the places that the place are there to protect people. All right, Sandy, I appreciate the call. Thank you. 808 590957 Bob in Sterling Heights. Good morning, Bob. Hey, Bob. All right. We got nobody to go to David Centerline. Good morning, Dave. Morning. How are you? Hey, what's up? Well, you know, for the first couple months, we were told the corona viruses that novel Corona virus, and we don't know much about this. And then all of a sudden, in the middle of July, we found out that Mona virus was systemically racist. I had nothing to do that. You know, we didn't do any investigation. We didn't do any research to find out that it may be. You know, the Corona virus affect different populations differently, such as, say a sickle cell anemia affect African American population differently than every other population. Well, you know, for a fact, it was systemic racism that caused all the deaths in Detroit, or we're all just got played. We got played by a governor who thinks that she needs to stir stuff up and trying guaranteed African American turnout for elections. Because of systemic racism. We all got played. All right. Well, yeah, sure. And but But it's not that the the virus is racist. It's that people who work in the city of Detroit Primarily African Americans. Are. They don't have jobs that they could just work from home right there. They don't. They don't necessarily work at places where you could just set up your office from home. There. There are a lot of public service jobs that are their grocery story. Whatever that's the power. They wore them when they said it effects the colors of community Mohr because They don't have the jobs that they can just go work from home from Thanks for the call. 808 590957 11 13 After the.

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07:13 min | 2 years ago

"808 590" Discussed on WJR 760

"808 590 W. J. R. That's the number for you to call her text. I wanted to bring this to you as well. Steve Bannon has been arrested. The former White House adviser, Steve Bannon, arrested on charges that he and three others ripped off donors to an online fundraising scheme. Called We build the wall. The charges were contained in an indictment unsealed today in Manhattan Federal court. Federal prosecutors allege that Bannon in three others orchestrated this scheme to defraud hundreds of thousands of dollars in connection with an online crowdfunding campaign that raised more than $25 million. To build a wall along the southern border of the United States. S O. That's new news this morning. Also Ah being confirmed this morning, The state of Michigan will pay $600 million to the people off the Flint water crisis who were Affected. With the majority of the settlement's going to claim to the claims from Flint Children. That coming from Attorney General Dana Nessel today. Roughly 8% of the settlement will go towards individuals who are still minors at the time of the lead contamination. A large part of that money will go toward claims from Children below the age of 62% towards special education. Genesee County 18%. Net Settlement fund will go to adult. For damage property 1% will go towards businesses that experience losses. As a result of $600 million settlement, plus the roughly $409 million already spent in the water crisis is expected to bring the Flint related state expenditures to over a billion dollars. A billion dollars. Apparently, those Conversations have been going on for the last 18 months. Eso a couple big stories now breaking this morning for you. Here on the Frank Beckmann Show. Chris Renwick filling in 808 590957, 808 590 W. J. R the number four to collar text. We'll live on Facebook and on YouTube's He can watch the show there, but I wanna get back to the phone calls. It's got a barn in Farmington Hills. Good morning, barque. Chris, How are you? I'm good. What can I do for you? Well, I consider myself a independent voter. I did support Donald Trump. The last presidential election, and I will be for the one in November because I I've been watching the DNC this week with a lot of scrutiny. And they keep rolling out the same politicians. They're not convincing me or nor they painting the picture of what the next four years looks like. Should Joe Biden win? The presidency, and I'm tired of the complaining the name calling from the DNC. I think they're still weeping in the fact that Hillary Clinton is not president. And I was pretty disgusted with President Obama speech as well as Elizabeth Warren. I just don't understand Chris. Why they're not telling me or informing me. What are your plans? Joe Biden. What's it look like? Should you become president? I'm just not getting that these last several nights unless in Joe Biden's big speech. He's going to paint that picture. But I haven't felt that these last few nights, Chris. Yeah, and I don't expect you will. Tonight, either because I'm assuming there'll be a lot of generalities, right? We're going to fix the health care system. We're going to fix immigration. We're going to fix man made climate change. We're going to fix. Ah Criminal justice in the United States like these are the things that will be said they won't He won't tell you how He's going to fix. Ah, you know, education secretary how he's going to pay for it. It's not going to say where the money is coming from. He's not even going to tell you that he's going to raise your taxes. He won't do any of that. And in fact good look. Thank you. Hey, was in office during everything you just said. Well, sure, but but you, you know, and this is where I'll give him a little bit of a break. I mean, he is not the one in charge. I mean, he'll take orders. You know he'll he'll He'll get the marching orders from Obama. Or in the Senate, but he I look at it, like, Look there. I'm gonna give him a clean slate. Right? Even after everything. I'm gonna give you a clean slate. I just want him to tell me what he's going to do. Going forward. And we won't even hear that. Wow. If he doesn't seize that moment tonight to paint the picture of what it looks like then his campaign is simply going to fall apart and you can't have everybody. Telling me how Donald Trump has failed, which I disagree with. He has really got to come out of the gate tonight. Explaining everything to me, but he was in office when he they tried to do all that the first time. Correct. Well and then and Bart, think of it like this, too, right? You're gonna have 30 states in this country, 30 states. They're going to be ableto mail in their ballot. They're going to be able to fill it out. Lick it, stamp it and throw it in the mail. 35 days before the election, and even before the first presidential debate And so that tells me that they want to continue to hide Joe Biden because he is a human Gaff machine. At this point, he can't make it through a nun prepared speech. And and and even a prepared speech for that matter. But they don't want him out there because they want him to continue to lie low because they can't He can't be trusted. He can't be trusted to go out there and relay coherent information. And that's not even look. I'm not even bashing him for anything else. I'm just telling you what from what I've seen. They can't be trusted, so they will not allow him to go out there and do it. I think it's a complete disservice to allow 30 states in this country, millions of people to even even A portion A fraction of those people actually decided to mail in their ballots before he's even Allah before they even have a debate set up to debate each other, I think is completely wrong. I agree. And also, I'm still waiting for Joe Biden and Camilla Harris, Chuck in Nancy to denounce all the violence and looting that we keep seeing night after night. When are they going to do that? Well, and and? But remember, it was Michelle Obama a couple nights ago. Who said if you see something, say something And that was a message that was thrown in there a little bit last night as well. And I argue if we have seen something, Yes, you've seen something, and you haven't said.

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"The windows. Come on. 808 590957 808 590 W. J. R. It's gotta know. By and Scott the morning, Scott. Chris, my point being lifted to the Germans interview. I never considered this even though I've been a season ticket holder for like, 35 years, But I'm not now. What about the people who go through the parking lot there? Usually Boy Scouts and Girl scouts and they collect cans. What about the people who serve food at the concession stand? It always says what church or what? School choir. These are invisible entities, but they're going to lose their money. Also. Oh, it's a complete trickle down Scott. I mean, everybody's going to be hurt from this. Obviously the university in the athletic department, they'll be able to absorb it. They'll be fine, but but they're going to take Ah, multi $1,000,000 head here. I think the number was 60 some $1,000,000 the athletic department stands to lose this year. Ah, and then you start looking down. You start going. Okay. Well, then, all the vendors all those people will be. You know, either Furloughed are out of work, then. All the restaurants. Yeah. I mean, you just go right down the list. Absolutely. All of that will be gone. And it's It's a It's a shame, and look, I don't look, I'm not saying the Big 10 made the right call or didn't make the right call. I was kind of on the bandwagon that this wasn't gonna happen for a while. So I'm not totally surprised by it. But like I said, coming off the heels of being on, lock down and not having your restaurant open and look already wine, Zweig said, Look, we were open. We were doing the carry out things just like everybody else. We were No. Down to 35% of our business, ableto work their way up back into the 60% range. But that's not operating at 100%. That's not operating full steam. And that goes for all those restaurants and businesses down in Ann Arbor Down in East Lansing down and now you know, mount pleasant. Kalamazoo. I mean, the list goes on, and then you start talking about even further down the boy Scouts. All of absolutely it's it's a shame. And and I don't know. I don't know what you do to bring that back. When you postponed to the spring. Thanks for the call, Scott appreciated. 808 590957 808 590 W J R the number for me to call or text. Up against the break here. Let's head on out to the roadways..

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"How is your mail service 1 808 5909571 808 590 W. J s. Sometimes we don't see the truck. Eight o'clock at our house. Sometimes it could be as late as 9 30 That I see them out about social media rants are everywhere. Some businesses saying they get no delivery it all on weekdays. The new postmaster general trying to fix it, But he is drawing fire with that cove. It has been disruptive and we've got an election coming up. We're going to see a record number of absentee ballots delivered by mail. Ah lot to handle. Senator Gary Peters of Michigan has opened an investigation into the problems with the Postal Service. And he joins us this afternoon. Senator Always a pleasure. So good to be with you guys. Thank you. All right. So last week you asked individuals and businesses to tell you about the issues that they're having with the mail service. I got to believe you're already getting an earful. No, He definitely are no question about that. We have our website open. I think As of last count, we have well over 6000 stories from around the state of been provided to me as we Look into this issue. You know, I'm really ranking member on Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee, which has oversight responsibilities of the Postal Service. And so this is something that we need to dig into. And I've just seen this search of complaints in the last few weeks and continues to accelerate. It's important for us to understand exactly what's happening and how we can get the Postal Service to fix it because it's simply unacceptable. When you think about how important it is to get the mail on time. I heard.

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"J. R That's the number for you to call or text. Here on the Frank Beckmann show. We are also live on Facebook and on YouTube. She could watch it there. Uh And, uh, we talked about a lot of stuff today. Of course. That piece of the New York Times talking about doing away with the presidential debates, which I find absolutely crazy, and, uh, appalling, Quite frankly. But that's out there for you Talk about as well, of course, Primary day Ah, there has been ah, certain level of Expectations that the The Ah Turnout is going to be low. Primary said generally turnouts or low anyway, but they're expecting it to be even lower because they expect more people have voted absentee. So that's the expectation. Um, and so well, it'll be interesting to see what those numbers are towards the end of the day and just to see where people are. And we had a couple of people on our Facebook and YouTube talk about, um You know, they were only eight in line. They were just getting ready to leave at quarter to 10 and they were number eight on We had a couple. Other people say, Well, I was number 40. S so it could be a low turnout. So we'll keep an eye on that as well. 808 590957 808 590 W. J. R, um I wanted to. Ah, see? And yes, he has aren't so another big topic that we had read this weekend, of course, was this back and forth Pull between Theater, knee General's Office and Dana Nessel and Governor Gretchen Whitmer and the folks and N Bridge, And as it turns out, attorney General Dana Nessel will now end her challenge to the constitutionality of the line five tunnel law. S so she's going to abandon that portion of her action. Ryan Duffy, the spokesperson with Amber joins us Now. Here on the Frank Beckmann Show, Ryan. Good morning to you. Good morning, Chris. Thanks for having me on. Yeah, you got it s so tell me a little bit about what this means for you guys. Obviously, I assume it's It was pretty good news. But I don't know that you guys ever really questioned the constitutionality of the law that was struck up here in Michigan. Right. Our focus has been on the Great Lakes Tunnel project, and we've been able to stay on schedule with that all along. And so with this case, you know, the appeals court decided last month that our agreement with the state on the tunnel are legal and valid, and that upheld an earlier court acclaimed decision. And so now the attorney general did not take that on to the Supreme Court, so that case has concluded its done and what that means is our agreements with the state remain in place, and that includes the tunnel agreement. And then the third agreement, which allowed for in bridge to continue to operate line five while a tunnel is being permitted and constructed, So that's what that agreement says. So now we are looking forward to working with state to make safe pipeline even safer and complete this project. We're investing, investing the full $500 million in the construction when paying for everything. We know the majority of Michiganders support the project. That's the polling we've seen. We have had now 23 counties and the Michigan House passed resolutions in support of them. Ah S o. The next. Part of all of this, of course, is ah, The Attorney general's office says that they will now focus its efforts on other litigations related to the pipeline. Have you guys been aware of anything yet? That's come down from the attorney general's office on that front. Well, no, I mean, our focus has really been on the permitting an approval process that we're in. Right now. We really want to make sure Teo stay on schedule and and our project team, you know, which is about 30 people working on the project their focus solely on their project, and that's what they come in. To work every day to do work on the Great Lakes Tunnel project, So they've been able to keep us on schedule. But we do have permit applications in out of the Army Corps Eagle Public Service Commission, though they're all moving forward. There's been some public comment happening on those and those timelines are all built into our planning. That's really our focus. You know, we want to make sure to stay on schedule Start construction next year, finished in 2024 because we know more than ever. Right now. This is a project Michigan needs. There's there's two million labor hours that go into it. We place to use Michigan labor money will be spent all around northern Michigan hotels, stores, restaurants on those things, So that's that's our focus, keeping things on track with the project. So you said you've got permits out now, Where are you exactly? In the process of of this tunnel project, And like you mentioned you're looking to start next year and it would be, you know, roughly a three year process. Where exactly are you add in that process now? Well, we're really focused right now on the design of the tunnel, so that's moving along. You know, we completed our rock and soil sampling last year, and that was a big piece of the $50 million we've already invested in this project. And so that data has been guiding us here on the next steps we're taking And so, really, we're in the thick of permitting and approvals and and that does take a little a little while, but that is built into our planning. So that's going on and next up. We're going to be looking at ordering the tunnel boring machine itself, which is the A huge piece of equipment that actually drilled the tunnel that takes a year just to build that, and then you just for this project, and that says, so that that would be coming up. And that's that's the next step. But yeah, again are big focuses on permitting an approval. Awesome. All right, well, we appreciate the update on that. Obviously, it was a big story when when the attorney general decided tow to skip out on on taking it up to the Michigan Supreme Court. They've said they're going to focus on other areas. But obviously you guys have your focus, too. And you and you're worried about look just making this thing a safe is possible and getting it on the right track and and making sure that You know, the people of Michigan continue to have those those those minerals, the oil and the crew in the natural gas. Ah, that that they need. So we appreciate your time and helping that clear that stuff up. Thank you. I appreciate it. For sure. Anytime. Thank you. You've gotta Ryan Duffy, the end Bridge spokesman Here on the Frank Beckmann Show this morning. 808 590957 808 590 W. J. R. The number 42 color techs were also live. On Facebook. And on YouTube. You can watch the show. Then we'll get some or your call's coming up next, but first up to the roadway, a 10 13 to check things out with our Dana Clark. 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"Friday night? 808 590 W. J. R. That 0957 Shot to your point. Before we went to break about laugh, Renier, who was the first overall pick, and you know I'm a comment is Doris was asking me and hockey is it? You know, Because in football and basketball you get you know a positional player down the road in hockey. It seems more like the first few pics are the guys that are the highly touted that Can be this sort of game changer by you right when you're talking generational. That's a Wayne Gretzky. Or maybe a merry Elim Mu, who comes and plays at the same time into like a Sidney Crosby into a Conner mc David Right, and you know, but they're to me. They're They're special players, even a guy like a Nathan MacKinnon, who's phenomenal player, But he's not. You know, these are different guys to me. To me the type of guy like you're talking about number one laugh on it Can he carry? Is he the eyes? German guy? Is he the backbone pillar guy like that? And and I think no, he's more of the weapon that you need that you can You nurture too? I think You know for the wings that Manta is the same sort of with the bigger plays with more edge if he can stay healthy, so it's the plug and play right. It's like, who do you need, And that's exactly what I know that Steve Iseman and Chris Draper. It's like, What do we need? To build this team together. I tell everybody do what I do, comparables who's going to be me who's going to be and you gotta, you know, mix it around and circumvented to this game. But there's certain ways and I tell anybody when it comes to the Red Wings, when when you see them make that move for goalie or draft a goalie draft that you know one that's going to be here for the future that that Stephen believes, and then that means it's time that he's thinks they're ready to go. So that is such a good point. Because you know what, Mac when? When you take a look at his M O with Tampa. He hasn't gone out there and and gone after the quote unquote big name. He hasn't gone out there and, you know, look, he grabbed Ben Bishop, you know, he found he made do with with what was at his disposal a couple times. And he made it count. I mean, really, and you, You have to give him full marks for that. And you know he's been in my opinion, Mac. He's been very shrewd like that. I think that's what has made him so successful. Is that where other teams are going out and say, Well, we have to do this. And he's like no. You know what? We're going to pick up this guy? Because I think this guy you know if given the opportunity is going to shine, and you know who thought that That that Ben Bishop would become what he became. And you know, you take a look, even going and getting a guy like Vasilevskiy. You know, I mean that that's I think that's the good thing about what Steve eyes Herman has done is is, you know, he found those guys that that that maybe, you know, some other teams, perhaps overlooked that they weren't taken highly in the draft or anything like that. And he made them fit into what he had. So I co sign that all the way you've got to give him props. Well, here's the thing. Sean. Let's fast forward to last year because you've got a great recipe on what he did with Robbie Fabri, who's a former first round or ST Louis won the cup with them, but he's one of those guys that is. You know, there's when he played championship team. There's a lot of ice time. You know that that needs to be fight for it..

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"With you. Open lines Continue. 808 590 W J R, 808 590957 Let's go to marking. Grosse Pointe Woods. Mark. Welcome to the Beckman Show. How you doing? God gave you doing a great job. Thank you, sir. One quick, quick, you know, response together, lost his job because you spoke out. You can take Rick Snyder for that, because we're a right to work state now and you should just do your job smile and don't do anything that alive. Or you could lose your job. Well, what we need to figure out Mark. You know, as an educator there in the fine community of walled Lake, I would imagine your union I don't know what the Logistics are on that, but for the life of me Again reading the tweet over and over again. I I just don't think There was any inflammatory there. And we've got two hours to write to work. We're right to work state. Now you can lose your job for any reason I would love to hear from a labor. Attorney What about what about wrongful termination eyes there anything anymore? That's possible but switching here? They'd like to say something about You know here these commercials by these people running for office and they talk about our governor trying to ruin the state. Florida, Texas, There are over 300,000 cases. You're going to surpass us by Miles in the next couple of weeks. And here we are. 70,000 cases. And 6000 dead. It. It made sense to shut the state down. You know what? Everybody talks Everybody mark talks about. You know what an unprecedented situation we're in. You know when you go back to excuse me, January And you hear, you know the little whiffs of this virus that is in Wuhan, China. And nobody can figure out why people are getting so sick and all right now we come to February. It's Ah Hey, we got a case here. Your case or the New York you know. Next thing you know, March Here we go Game on and Unprecedented. So for the governor. To do what she did. I'll just ask it out loud. Why not? Was there another choice. Was there. Another other states did do the other choice, like flirted and they lost. They left it open. There's 12,000 cases per day happening down there and people in Michigan that complains still that we shut the state down. I don't get it. I mean, I just don't get it. All right. We appreciate your thoughts there. I'm sure somebody will have a rebuttal there. Mark. Thank you for the call. Thank you for listening. Ah, right now we goto Allentown. Sandy, You're on the Beckman show. How are you this morning? I'm fine. I have a question you in a couple people back there you mentioned like you base. I don't know if it's like wearing masks. They're opening On the Santa of how it's spiking. But how can we trust that? Because I've heard so many. Rory, You know they're Nursing home. People get tested every week for 10 times if they get to be released, and that counted 10 cases and that's just one person. And then they had. I've heard yesterday somebody and it wasn't an accident. They were killed because of the accident they tested for Cohen, so that was listed as the colder the called the Death. Well, there's there's all sorts of myths about that, you know, going on right now, Sandy, But I think if I'm reading between the lines here You're not buying the spike in covert cases? No, not now with the dad. They're giving me They've got to give some percentages. I got to do a show thing of, you know, between death and and recovery. Just to do every case because some people goals multiple times, and it's counted as multiple cases. So you're not the fact that California's on the brink of shutting down completely You're not buying that, or the numbers right now in Florida, Texas, Arizona. Ah, you're not fazed by that all know not to and even Florida because of the inaccurate in account where they were saying that one person had 100%. Ended up being wrong is just so frustrating. You can't believe Is that correct or not? Now, let me ask you. Well, you know what, and again we get into a situation and Lord knows Sandy. That since the inception off this crazy pandemic, we have gotten at times superfluous information. I'll go along with that. You know the beginning. Mass. Didn't do you any good. No note. Don't bother wearing a mask. But as things have evolved They found that yeah, wearing a mask indeed will certainly help the situation. As a whole. So when you go out into the public Let me ask you, Sandy. Do you wear a mask? Yeah. Okay outside of a little varied, but definitely in any store. Anything where other people have been? You know, strangers that I and there's multiple, a mass of people. Sure. Good. Good. I I thank you for doing that, because at the end of the day, Sandy If we ever want to get past this thing And we want to get back to normal. Whatever normal is going to be, um We all have to do our part. You know in that I do believe that science knows what they're talking about. I wear a mask. When I'm out in public. I go to a store. I put a mask on. Is it the most pleasant thing in the world? Hell, no. But I'm doing it. Cause I don't want to make anybody sick. You know, and I have been saying this about testing for the longest time I get tested today. I get my results back in a day or two or however long it takes these days and I'm negative. It doesn't matter mean anything about Friday. You know Saturday?.

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"If you so wish You conjoining in on the conversations during the break as well because we stay live on YouTube and Facebook while we go to commercial break on the radio, and that's where you can hear us talking about the best Slater mills in town, and if they're not going to be open Due to Cove it there will be revolt so you could get on their conversations. Well, alright. 808 590957 808 590 Doubly Jr the number for you to color text. Ah, let's get back to the phones here, Mike, where you want to go? I will go to marry in Detroit. Good morning, Mary. Morning Let me get you up. OK? Let me get you off speaker here. Alright. Good morning. Good morning. Alright. What can we do to? Um I'm just wondering where they come up with some of these numbers. Everybody who has a disease that has the virus is going to effect 40 others. How did they know that? And also what is what? What is the rate of death versus the rate of cases? Well, the rate of death is I believe the last time I saw was below 2%. They say it 80% of people who come down with covert 19 Neither has either have no symptoms or very minor symptoms. So why are they worried about the number of cases? Why they were no, because I think the the notion was that It takes a certain level of treatment to treat these patients and the hospitals. I believe we'll get federal funding, depending on how many code patients that they treat. So hypothetically if a covert patient comes in, or if somebody suspected of covert comes in, they test it says positive and they, you know, send him home or they come back. I believe they get it. They would get some sort of monetary return for that. I have also, if somebody passes at the hospital, and they listed as a covert death, I believe they get funding for that or some sort of kickback from that from the fence, So I believe that's the reason. Well, what I'm my point here is in Florida and Arizona and wherever that is Texas is the number of cases they saying to have all kinds of cases, but they have not had an increase in the death rate. Collect so things to me that we're making a lot of fuss over nothing on some of this and it does add to the herd. You meant immunity. Well, and I think that's probably true. And you look at what Florida's going through right now Florida saying, You know there's reports out there. That's saying that that 100% of tests that they were testing they were listing is positive, even though they weren't So that obviously we'll skew the numbers and the and that obviously should shine a light or or at least a a magnifying glass or a magna or Ah ah, a magnifying glass on it. What's actually going on here? How many of these? What is the protocol when testing these things, Mary, I appreciate the call. Thank you very much. 808 590957 Let's hunt out to Bloomfield and talk to J. Morning J. What's going on? Hi. How are you? Yeah. Your last caller from Franklin was conservative Nancy close in Adam's ship. But my point is, I think that Our governor is appear political. Evil animals. She Is so condescending. Alright, Well, I mean, you know you can say this is political. I don't necessarily agree with you get my point. So if he tells us Okay. Stay six feet apart. You must stay six feet apart. She's at a protest shoulder to shoulder, She tells everyone, you must not go to your home second homes her husband's traveling back, travelling to the home and then took the cherry on top. Both the Democratic Party and the Republican Party of Michigan passed a piece of legislature to stop Tio prevent whistle blowers from being food. And she vetoed it. Now why do you think that might be with 100% of the vote in land when you affect her? Both sides of the aisle voted in favor of that. Yeah, Jay and Look, I don't want to mischaracterize something. You said that, she said. You know, people shouldn't travel to other parts of the state. At that time. In her press conference, she said, people should think long and hard. People should think long and hard about. Traveling to other parts of the state for a memorial day for that weekend. That's actually what she said. And I did not set a good example. No, but her sure her husband went up there, she said. Uh, so apparently the husband her husband thought long and hard about it. So I guess that's you know, I don't want to say she said, don't go. She just said, think long and hard about it. Typical liberal do as I say. Not as I do. Yeah. All right, J Hey, thank you for the call. Appreciated my friend. 808 590957 to Beverly Hills and Pam. Oh, Pam's out. All right. Well, I'll tell you what, Let me give you a couple text here. Because we're gonna have to go to break with regards to how Governor Wit MERS State of Emergency Executive order affects absentee voting. The state of emergency is what allowed absentee ballot applications to be mailed out to everyone. And made the cares act pay for mass voting of applications is what introduces a higher possibility of fraud. Chris from a square. Overall, desperate is actually 1% or lower, Chris. Okay, Thankyou. Bob from West Branch. I appreciate that. We'll do some fact finding on that too. All right, 808 590957 808 590 W. J R.

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"808 590957 808 590 W. J. R. You can call our Texas there and also watch us on Facebook and on YouTube right back to the phone's going to Dave in Windsor. Good morning, David. Days and days. Put Dave on hold reconnect with him. It's goanna in ST Clair Shores. Good morning, Anna. I think comic, Kilpatrick say, Imprison it took what I have to get on there. I? Well, I agree. I mean, you know for me. Ah, yes. I mean, I think he committed crimes. And now he's doing the time. So I agree with again and thank you for the call. 808 590957 1000 apologies to Lillian in Brighton. I skipped over you, Lillian. I apologize. You're on the Frank Beckmann show. Good morning to you. Thank you So much for the bully pulpit to say black lives matter. The only thing now I feel like I'm feeling I'm feeling a pushback. From what I have learned. I believe if I cut myself and I bleed and they cut themselves we have the same blood. I know it's been really hard, but peacefully demonstrating is one thing destroying is another. And what I've learned this last week makes me very great. And this is what I read from The New York Post June 25th 2020 The founder of Black Lives matter, Patrice Powers and her fellow organizer's are trained marks. Making clear their movements Ideological off. Foundation. Collars, 36 was a protege of Eric Man, former educator of the Weather Underground domestic terror organization and spent years absorbing a Marxist Leninist ideology that shaped her world view. Also the other co founder, Alicia Garcia said. We are trained marks is now I think a lot of people marching for the black lives matter. Don't understand where this is coming from the start their leaders and that group Wass totally funded by George Sorrow, single handedly and funded Osco and T. Fox. We better wake up. We're going to be losing our country. Um Dylan, almost Oh, my, the Congress woman that she wants to dismantle America's economy and political views, and she fled from oppression. And now she must have us live in hope. Well, Yeah, I would better do something. We better stand up for our rights. People can't be staring down our monuments in our history. I am a first generation America. My grandparent's off work were killed by the Turkish genocide many years ago and Europe. And you know, for many years we couldn't hear Turkish or anything in our home. But, you know, eventually you have to say the sins of the father are not the kids and I let that go. It makes me a lot happier person. But also I want to quote one thing from real quick Lillian from Joe Biden and March 2019. This is word for word. He said He'd be damned if he'd be responsible to pay for what happened. In 300 years adult. He also so no one currently in live was responsible for that. People should remember this when they go to the voting booth. Yeah, I and I absolutely here, Lillian and I hear what you're saying. And in terms of Be a lamb. I mean for me the protests. Look, if if you're angry, you're upset. I understand If you're pro testing, I really don't have much of a problem with you Protest ng, even if that's the ideology It's the riders that that you have to separate from the protesters. Ifyou're peacefully protest ng. You know that's fine. That's that's part of what makes this country great. But when it gets out of control, I don't view the people who are agitators as protesters. Those are not the same people to me. If you're getting out to the streets because you want to protest because you're angry, that's fine, but understand that that those people are not the ones that are that are Literally rioting and tearing cities down. Those are the people. The peaceful protesters aren't the ones I I've I've I've been able to separate them s so Yeah, I appreciate the Colleen Thank you. 808 590957 805 90 W. J. R Let's try to go back to Larry and Commerce Township. Good morning, Larry. Tomorrow. The couple from Orient. Hoo! Ah! He pulled her handgun with captain based on last week. Yeah. Well, you know, he was a veteran. And he worked for Oakland University, and they fired him. Yes, you will never have to do cross the line. You talked about it yesterday. Are you so upset with Oakland University? I hope they do the living hell out of him. Larry to me. That is a that is a huge issue for me. Is is not allowing something to play out. That to me is is is a huge, huge problem that I have with with everything going on right now again, you want to protest you want? Do you think God bless? That's that's your prerogative, and you could do that, But but we have to let things play themselves out. The people are entitled to due process, just like you're entitled to go out and protest. So for me, I completely agree with you. In terms of due process. I think there should be We have to allow space for that. And right now, it seems like we're glossing over it. And that to me is that it's a means of problem. Anything different, and that's what he was doing, hoping that Yeah. I know. I hear you. Yeah, I hear you, Larry. I appreciate the call. Thank you. 808 590957 Let's go to rot in Dexter. Good morning, Rod. Morning going. I'm good. How are you? Hey, I have a 313 phone number and I did not get the emergency alert. Yesterday. My wife, nearly 517 phone number scared the crap out of one. The thing went off. She freaked out candy man downstairs, and she's like is you get the most nights and I'm like what she goes. The emergency alert said didn't get it. Just let me see your phone. Nothing. Really? So I did not get one either. Well, you'll have to check and see if that if that, Ah, um is turned off on your on your settings. Because that is an option. You can turn those emergency alerts off and you won't get those messages. So maybe it's off. But now I look, that's the 2nd 313 number. We've heard that that didn't get the message. That's very interesting. We'll keep an eye on it last night on TV, the emergency alert then came upon our cable company. Okay? And I envisioned myself. Oh, God. Please don't tell me she's going to use the emergency alert system to tell people to put man. Yeah, I got a problem with that, too. I agree. It seems like it's an abuse of the abuse of the system. But even though I live out here, you know and what Tony and I could not give the Three phones. Yeah, Interesting. All right. Thank you. For the call may appreciate it. 808 590957 already a couple techs here. I want to get to another call just yet. We're going to take a break here in a second. It's 100% political What I see nature thriving. I knew it was okay to breathe the air. People really need to stop drinking the Kool Aid Enough is enough from an unnamed texture with the mask. What is happening to our herd Immunity? We're setting ourselves up for a heck of a cold season, let alone the flu season. I agree with that. I mean, Ah, you know? Yeah, I I agree. I remember the governor talking at one point saying, you know, we've saved X amount of lives during locked down. You know, there's been a decrease in.

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"808 590" Discussed on WJR 760

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"808 590" Discussed on WJR 760

"First run weekend for Frank, We appreciate you listening. 808 590 W. J. R, 808 108 59095 Sevens number for you to call her texting again. We're streaming live on Facebook and on YouTube. You can head on over to our Facebook or channel on YouTube and watch us live there and Ah and you can watch the show that way and you can even interact with us and You hear about the silly stuff we talked about during the break, So that's fun for you. Ah, open lines in the 11 o'clock hour. We'll talk about whatever you guys want to talk about. I didn't want to mention this, though. We hadn't really talked about it today much and and Mike. Certainly we can get your thoughts on it as well. But, of course, the governor's latest executive order. It's 147 now since Corona virus started here in Michigan. And she declared the state of emergency, which is still ongoing because she continues to Call for that. But she worried most recent one is talking about mask and how they're now mandatory in indoors and in crowded places outdoors, and it's punishable by a $500 a misdemeanor. Fine. I mean, these are the things that supersede it kind of brought up, but it's like I don't know how enforceable those things are necessarily Yeah, And I don't know if it's Ah, I don't know if it's just a deterrent. Um, you know, I I know that there have been some law enforcement officials out there who say that they wear a mask. They think people should wear a mask, but they're not going to use their their precious time. A resource is to enforce it. And you know if I were law enforcement official I I would do the same thing. I I would be. I would strongly endorse wearing masks, but You know, with a lot of departments that are are short on both resource is in manpower. You just can't add another activity. Tio police Well and on that same breath, the Van Buren County Sheriff Daniel Abbott says. Look, he's just not really goingto enforce it. And he's not going to investigate those people who violate the executive order because he doesn't have the manpower. He doesn't have the ability to go to every business. If somebody walks into a place without a mask and investigate and charge and all that it's it's almost impossible, and he's like, Look, I just I can't do it and he's like I know this is going to be controversial. I know that this is You know, kind of bucking the trend and what the governor wants, and he's like, Look, I wear a mask. I think that we should call the CDC guidelines and we should wear a mask and he does. But he's like, I just don't I don't think that they have manpower, which I found interesting because I would imagine that a lot of law enforcement Across the state probably feel the same way. And even if you're a big box store if your target WalMart Ah, my or whatever it is, if you could put somebody at the door, but I mean, are you going to turn somebody away? What is that kind of scene is that cause or I don't know. It just seems like a very tough thing to follow. If you're smaller, it's probably a little easier Todo handle. But if you're a big story Not very easy. I would imagine Well and really, I mean, you know what? What's the M o on the mask? You don't wear a mask to protect yourself. You were a mask to protect other people. So, Horak, if you're if you're a store employee, if you're a police officer, and you have to be in close quarters with someone not wearing a mask. Then that puts you at risk because I like that. I think you're wearing a mask only cuts risk of transmission by like 30%. But if someone else wears a mask it It's you know, it's razor thin. So you know you you put these people in a situation to deal with someone who's probably agitated. They're not wearing a mask and and now you're putting yourself at risk of being infected. Yeah, That's a good 0.808 590957 808 590 W. J. R you can call or text that number. You can also watch the show live on Facebook and on YouTube. I want to get to the phones. Let's go to Christine in Owasso. Good morning, Christine. Good morning, Chris. Our youth today. I'm terrific. Thank you. Thank you very much for taking my call. Listening to these people that talking about adding police and security to the store owners, or they wonder store on those do add more security. Do they even realize that some of the store owners Having a very difficult time financially, and they didn't want to at more regulations that would cost them more would put them out of business. In addition, most of the people when they call you and they talk about on before the law, and they want the police to do this, and that and the other They're mostly the one that wants you. They fund the police. They don't want to support the police, but they want their service from the police. These people are unreasonable. Well, it's an interesting thought I hadn't quite made that connection, Christine, but it's an interesting thought. I just in terms of these mass, though, I mean, yeah, you're right. A lot of these businesses have been hurt. On and it's hard for them to to regulate. Now I would imagine if you're like, Imagine if you're a big box store. I would imagine it's you know. You still could hire somebody to sit out there and watch for people coming in and out with Mass. But but certainly the smaller stores the smaller businesses. Are still hurt from that, and they're still hurting from Ah, the economic shutdown that they endured. And so yeah, I think that's a that's a valid point. I hadn't thought about that. But that's a good point. Christine thank you. For the call. Appreciate it. 808 590957 808 590 W. J R to Northville and then scam on events..

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