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"alan line" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:18 min | 11 months ago

"alan line" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Silicon Valley O Reilly's back. This is Bill O Reilly and you will hear the O Reilly update tomorrow morning at 10, 11 and 12 Noon on 8 60 A m The answer. Portions of America first are brought to you, in part by American financing. I know you've been very clear that the government isn't mandating vaccines. But do you think it's generally a good idea for businesses or schools? To require vaccinations, right? Have been of this opinion, and I remained of that opinion that I do believe at the local level, Jake. There should be more mandates. There really should be. We're talking about life and death situation. No, we're not actually Fauci. We're talking about a virus that killed 0.3% of those who call it mostly over the age of 80 with underlining COBOL amenities. So you're lying. Get again. I want to hear your reactions to the idea of man dated vaccines, either by government, all businesses. Give us a call. 83333 Gocha. That's 8333346752. But the big news of the day this Larry, this sage your reaction, Let's go to Jim in California, line five. Alone. Thanks for taking my call. You're welcome. I'm I'm supporting malaria older and, uh, I'm tired. All the political stuff going on in this state for the left. In the homelessness and all that. But if they come around knocking on my door to take the shot, I'll give them a shot and might punch them My stand. I ain't taking the shot my body wanted. I don't need it. Make your God more than I fear that virus. Me and the that I'm not taking it. God bless you, Jim. My body, my choice, James Body. His choice, Alan Line one. Yeah, As far as Larry Elder goes, I listened to him. I totally support him. He's obviously you can keep up with him. Could those three hours of radio that heavy duty stuff, isn't it? Alan? I'm telling you, he's got he's got it going on. I mean, he's just He's magnificent. And aside from being excited, I am relieved that we're finally you know, little by little state Bus state by state. Maybe we're going to get back into control here, and that would be awesome. That would be totally Totally awesome. Never give up. Never give in. Thank you, Alan Stand Los Angeles line to Well, I wasn't calling about livery. But I'm a big Larry supporter. But I listened to him for years and good, I think, but I called about was that Then media blaming Trump for Cuba. I think he should be happy. I think it's a great thing. If you get sick credits, they overthrew some socialist Communist. It's incredible stand that they're trying to blame the last administration for the events in Cuba. Which means what, Stein? They want the regime to stay in Palestine. Exactly. You know, here's somebody who over undermined the Communist regime. Now.

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"alan line" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"alan line" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"alan line" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"alan line" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Upcoming episode on Finding Your Roots on PBS. Dr Gates, Good to have you again. Thank you, Scott for having me on your show. We have lunched Season seven of finding your roots. I can't believe it's amazing. It's amazing and this business second episode in Episode two. It's called Against all odds. And it features Andy Cohen and Nina Totenberg, as you know, Andy Cohen's media personality, and Nina is the famous NPR radio journalists and they meet ancestors who struggled mightily as we're going to hear to survive. Let's start with Andy Cohen and he grew up in ST Louis, where his family owned a food distribution company known as Last Co. And both of his parents worked there and as a youth, of course, So did Andy. The company's origins lay with the Andes. Great Grandfather Mandate. Lewis Allen Lewis came to America from Russia in the 18 nineties, when he was about 23 years old. He had nothing. Of course. He started out as a peddler, hauling his wares from farmhouse to farmhouse on foot before he was even able to afford awards in the cart. And he went on. He saved his pennies. And he found that a dry goods store that would eventually grow into Louis Allen sons and company and its acronym is last Go Now. A rival records show that Lewis came to America from a small town outside of the city of B, A. With stock in modern day Poland. It was at that time, part of the Russian empire located what was known that's pale of settlement. The records from the paler scarce we were able to show Andy Incredibly, the synagogue where his family most likely worshiped and to trace his Alan line. Their name was yelling Back in Russia. We traced the Alan line back to his fourth great grandfathers who were likely born in 17 50. A quarter of a century before the American revolution. Wow! Endings 100% Ashkenazi Jewish, but he had a beautiful, brilliant didna cousin who? Scarlett Johansson. Wow! On those. She's Scandinavian. Her mother is Jewish. And that's the connection. And now I'll tell you about Nina Totenberg need his father, Roman Totenberg was a world famous violinist suit. Let a truly epic life Roman was born in 1911 to middle class Jewish family. What is now pull it In part of the Russian Empire. He was a child prodigy and talents helped him survive and feed his family during the Russian revolution and the massive famines that followed that by the early 19 thirties, he had a fabulous career touring Europe in the Americas. And the statue is an artist's enabled him to immigrate to the United States as World War two loomed, But that didn't mean his family back in Europe was safe. After Roman came to America, his mother status, Wahba found yourself trapped in Paris, unable to leave due to American immigration quotas, and Roman Oh, Scott. It's so sad, desperately tried to get his mother out, found all these letters he wrote to all these government officials. And unlike the vast majority of European Jews, Nina's grandmother got out quickly because of that, the day after France surrendered to the Nazis standing Suada cross into port school the day after France surrendered. Wow! It was able to board one of the last ships carrying Jewish refugees to America, but that his mother has been saved. The family's ordeal wasn't over. His older sister need is on you, Nina. Stranded in Warsaw with her husband and child. When the Nazis invaded, Then fall of 1940. The Germans established a ghetto for Warsaw's Jewish population. You Nina's husband died in that ghetto, though you need to manage to obtain false papers and escaped with her young daughter, Miraculously. At least 10 of Romans. Many aunts, uncles and cousins perished in the Warsaw ghetto, and she had a famous didna cousin. And that was Carly. Simon. Really? Yeah. And of course I can't wait to see the show. It's on Wednesday nights on PBS. Check your local listings for the time and Dr Gates will talk to you again next week. Okay, Take.

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"alan line" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"alan line" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Is 8. 60. Am the answer. Speaker I rise today to strongly object to this Soviet style rules package. If you look at some of the things that are being laid out here, it is all designed to take away the voice of 48%. This house chamber. That's what they're already trying to do in the new session of Congress. That was, of course, the minority whip Steve Scalise that's gets the other's gonna be crazy this week. But as soon as we can, Mr G. Let's get Steve Scalise back on the show. But in the meantime, we have a full called board and we must get to you the most important part. Over the show. Let's go to Cleveland, Ohio, Alan Line three. Yes, sir. Uh, Just had a conversation with my sister. And we're not Particularly close, but I asked her about where she thought The, uh the virus came from, and she didn't believe it was China, and I was just totally stunned. So so where did she think it came from? Alan? She didn't say. What do you mean? I mean, you can't have a conversation while you watch came from Mom's reputation. But she didn't. She didn't You know whenever we whenever politics comes up She shuts down. So this shit Democrat You know, I'm not quite sure what she is. Like I said, we're not particularly close. But I mean, my question to you is how in the world can I get this woman? Two. See the truth. I mean, good Lord, just it's even If I had this simple to that question, then every American would be voting for the conservative values that I hold, dear to my heart. Look, I had a similar experience with With my family just few days ago, so sudden member of my wife's family called up and I overheard part of the conversation because the Bluetooth speakers switched my wife phone onto the you know, speaker mode. And this person was very nicely asking. So how Sebastian doing because she heard I called the Corona viruses. My wife said. It was great. It's fine. He's you know, no symptoms, and he's taking And this this relative of mine said what I drugs it, but but that's bad for you. And then I just thought off. I know this person reads The New York Times. I know all they watches MSNBC. And I thought to myself, do I get? I mean, I got angry. Because I thought this is a grown woman, a mother. And She's so allowed herself. To become indoctrinated. But what could I do? Adam? How could I go to her and say You know what your brainwashed You can't do that. So his my recommendation to you people do not question The whole world viewer because if they do, it creates an existentially crisis if you've been reading The New York Times for 60 years Nobody. Can absorb the idea that they've been lying to you your whole life. So what do you do? You undermine. Their trust in the propaganda organs. On the narratives they have come to believe by your own personal behavior. The fact that I'm alive today. Not dead because of And the fact that I had an incredibly mild experience. Cove in 19, probably because I was taking hydroxy Clark in once a week is a prophylactic for the last six months, which meant once I contracted it. My body was Capable. Of weathering it is if I had a mild case of the cold Now that is potentially Alan. More powerful than any argument. I could get in with my wife's relatives or that you could get in with your sister. So it is through example, and it is through Planting seeds of doubt in the propaganda they have become accustomed to that. Maybe no guarantee, Alan maybe one day Would allow them to question Those lies. And to find the own way to the truth because you cannot Force someone to believe the truth. They have to find that own way. And they have to open their own eyes to the truth. So live your life. In a way that you cleave The.

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"alan line" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"alan line" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"That's where the phone goes dead. Is it worth it? I've got to ask the officer involved Security officer off duty cop. I'm not sure which one. It is. If it's a security officer, he had no right to do that. That is cut and dry, Clear. Security officer does not have the right to detain anyone unless they witnessed a felony in progress. Is it? About the same rights is not about They have the exact same rights as you and me to detain anybody. I'm thinking this was a law enforcement officer, though. All right, 800 to 889227 800 to 88 W B A P s to get my call screen up here. Let's go to Darryl and Alan, Line four. What say you, Darryl? All he dropped. That's too bad. You know what his question was, too? May folks his question was, why are you wanting people to break the law? I don't want anybody break the law. Last I checked. It's not a law toe. Wear your mask. It's a request to wear your mask. And you don't have to abide by it. Now. You do have to leave the premises. If you're on private property in a business, they want you to wear a mask. You do have to leave. Monica's problem was she didn't leave right away. It took the officer take you to this point to finally say, OK, I'm leaving. But instead of letting her leave then and be escalating the situation it's Christmas time. Do you really want to be arresting moms? Put her in handcuffs and take her to the back room in the mall. Oh, what? I'd be pissed 800 to 889227 800 to 88 W b A P. Let's go out to Ennis Omar, line one Hey, Brett, How are you doing? I'm good. It's grant. By the way, Omar, but welcome to have a great I'm sorry. I'm so sorry. Um, I really am sad that Darryl's called dropped And Here's Why, Because I've had this concentration with people before. Have gone into stores massless and what people don't realize is there are exemptions in that mandate. The mandate now not the law, and I got into this with someone at a CVS because they asked me where my mask was. I said, I don't have one. You said you need to wear one. I said I don't because I have a medical exemption. And when they said, Where is your doctor's note? I said Well, because of hippo laws. You don't have the right to ask me and I'm not required to show that to you. And when they suppose serious the law and I said, No, it's not a lot to mandate. Finally they got frustrated and just waved me on. And this is That's the best way to frustrate a liberal is with logic and fax when, because absolutely no emotion and sadly. Ignorance of what is law and what is not. Law can often be transmitted all the way up to two police officers. I had a buddy of mine. Um you may know him can call Toph. He works for Channel five. I work for Channel five many, many years. And we were in a fire scene in the fire chief said. Go ahead, you across the police lines, go over there and talk to the other chief for an interview. Well, police officer. Arrest can call it off. We're going to pieces now the fireman and they arrest him. At that 0.1. Somebody said you can come into the scene. It's under the fire control, You know, business arresting, but he didn't understand the law. Just as I've had police officers say, Hey, you can't be here with your camera. When I'm on a public street and people are walking by now the media doesn't have any other right other than a regular citizen has. We don't have extra rights to be someplace, But if you're leading citizens walk by one place, you certainly are allowed to let the media and there's no laws about shooting video on a public street. Sometimes people get confused. Michael is always not to attack them not to vilify them, but to simply educate them. I'll give you the last word here, Oma. And I feel the same way. I never raised my voice. I very politely explain these things to him. When they asked me and nine times out of 10, somebody will approach me very politely. But if I'm someplace Where somebody is being rude, obnoxious and trying to call me out and masks Shame me for lack of a better phrase. I politely tell the masked Avenger as I'm walking past them. I don't have a mask. I don't want one. Have a good day. Yeah, Um, that'll work sometimes. Sometimes not. I know the story is allowed to Kick you out of the store, even with the medical condition can't arrest your name, But they can ask you to leave because it's their property. Right? And so so fine. Hey, Omar. Appreciate the phone call. Thank you. Interesting stuff. 800 to 889227 800 to 8 W B A P. So one of the things I'm still bothered by the call Victoria from Weatherford. Is. She somehow thinks this is an attack on police officers. It's not an attack on police officers. It's not even attack on one police officer. I don't want the guy fired. Here's what some people would be calling for. I just want him retrained. Just want him to realize you know, I knew Well, A lot of older on the job. Police officers have been through it. No mess with little stuff. To ruin your entire career. Messing with little stuff. It's not gonna hurt anybody. Nobody's lives or danger. Nobody's physical being is in danger. Property isn't being stolen. You get a situation like this? Is it really worth escalating to the point where you've now taken a mom into custody? The answer's no..

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"alan line" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"alan line" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Later, Mrs. Wide right from 51 Bills will start now. Their own 41 yard line. First intent. Josh Allen, the quarterback 3641 yards through the air. 28 touchdowns, nine interceptions. He's in the shotgun to receivers left single man of the right. Alan looks over the Denver defense hands in front of his chest. He waits gets the snap peas back to throw on first down looks, sidearm throw right side numbers that cut by Stefan digs that will be up in the 48 yard line. So what game is seven on the pass play to Stefan digs he has 101st catch of the year that is a new bills single season record. He's the NFL leader and receptions. Yeah. You broke Eric Molds. Oh, time bit long time Bill. Record of 100 researchers back in 2000. Digs, of course, coming over in the off season in the trade with Minnesota, Gabriel Davis, Cole Beasley, the other wide receivers Devon Singletary, Zach Moss Split carries. Dawson Knox is the tight end. Second out in three years they give to Singletary running between the hash marks is across midfield, He picks up a first down into Broncos territory to the 48 yard line. That's a run a four by Devin Singletary, the second year man out of Florida Atlantic. It'll be 1st and 10 for buffalo, but that first throw to Stefan Diggs is going to be there all day. That little curl route at the Denver Broncos secondary in the quarterback specifically going to play off that throw that curl routes gonna be there Throughout the whole day. Alan Lines up with shotgun. He's got Singletary to his left two receivers to the left. Big single man to the right. Alan, right foot in front of left, looks out to his left brings Davis and motion across the formation. Here's the snap back to pass, swings it out left side cut by Singletary running towards the sideline, and he gets his legs chopped out on the far side. After a short game. We're gonna give him progress down to the 46 yard line, so that'll be a gain of just a couple of yards. Now it'll be second down and eight Karine Jackson came from his safety spot to make that stop maturity We've seen over Josh Allen over the first three years, especially this year. Three. We've seen the first two year very inconsistent. We've seen flashes, and this year we're seeing how great he can't be on some people in Denver, appointing Josh Allen say, Hey, they were patient with him. Look, it worked out. Maybe that's the same withdrew lock. We don't know. Second downplay, now second, added eight. Where's the shotgun? Steptoe? Alan fakes the handoff back to throw rolling to his right looking, throwing down the field in complete too high for his tight end knocks Josie.

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"alan line" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"alan line" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"End zone cut one year give in the end zone touchdown. Beasley Touchdown, Buffalo first and goal at before Alan Lines up with Singletary office. Right side this time high snap brings it in John's fakes. A hand out flyers to Dawson knocked makes the catch of the five dives into the end zone. Touchdown. Dotson Knox Touchdown. Buffalo Isaiah Mackenzie goes in motion left side the snap. Just gonna throw it looking for Mackenzie Wide open makes the catch. In the end zone. Touchdown. Alan gets it looks. Looks cocks. His arm fires downfield. It is man wide open Caught touchdown. Gabriel Davis Touchdown Buffalo. He was wide open. No different than what you see on tape. I mean, been doing it all year. He's big can run has a big arm plays the position Well, got a good scheme and got good people around him. This is after hours with Amy Lawrence, have you ever truly paid attention to the size of Josh Allen s o his height but also his bolt compared to some of the lineman that are around him. The guy towers over his running backs, and I don't know why I had this thought last night, Producer day, but I did because this is where my spaghetti plate brain goes. I would like to see him and Cam Newton next to each other, because I feel like there might not be as much difference between those two guys physically as you fake. Remember what Julian Edelman called him. The dude is large, Well put together, but I couldn't you say the same thing about Josh Allen. He's a very large man, but it's hard to be a compliment him, didn't it? Well, I don't know that he's bigger, but I just don't think there's much difference as you could imagine. You want to look up their specs. What one of those calls at the combine. Their measurements. It's weird. That's kind of creepy. Anyway. Josh Allen was exerting his will and flexing his muscles on Monday night Football. A near perfect night for the Buffalo quarterback as you here with John Murphy on the Bills Radio Network, four touchdown passes to four different targets and Buffalo as much as it gave up some points in the second half. Really was able Tomo distribute that ball wherever they were able to run the ball. They had big chunk plays, and so for a San Francisco 40 Niners team that was playing in Arizona that is also missing. What nearly 15 players toe I are a lot of them were sitting in the suites eating. Did you see how many times they show? George Kettle? He was shot Bottoms and Nacho is a bareness. Sweet Anyway. Good to know he's at least with the team and Jimmy Garoppolo was there is well. Just in the first half alone, Alan on Lee Miss four passes, So it wasn't that far off from what we saw from, say, a Baker Mayfield on Sunday. You know, full body of work. He was really locked in, and Kyle Shanahan mentioned, so I mean, we were ready for that. We knew that that's what Josh Allen was was going to bring to the table. But their defense is so depleted that as much as there have been tough, and they've played the teams in their own division tough This was a different animal. So there was no hail Murray on this trip to the desert Shut, May maybe they exercise their desert demons. You know how much I love alliteration. So Buffalo is now a game clear of Miami again in the A F c E. So it nine and three same record as the Cleveland Browns and believe it or not. That's the second best record in the conference. So a pair of 11 and one teams and now a pair of nine and three teams, and then you've got Three different clubs that are at eight and four. And so it's still a top heavy A F C really intriguing. You've also got the worst team in the NFL in the A F. C, and that's the Jets and after we kind of broke down the end of the Jets game against the Raiders, if you don't remember Was more hung up on the fact that with 97 seconds to go and 1/4 down stop of the Jets Defense. Sam dawdle in the offense couldn't even get one first down to run out the clock. But that got overshadowed by the decision of defensive coordinator Gregg Williams at the end of the game when he sent the all out blitz. Did you happen to see what Wade Phillips tweeted by the way, producer Dave Wade Phillips is one of our favorites have had him on the show. Right now. He's not working as a defensive coach in the NFL, but he is got such a great sense of humor. There is a reason it is called zero coverage. Sometimes it means no coverage. Wait. Philips, like you wouldn't think that that sense of humor would come from him. But he's so funny anyway, so that set us up perfectly. The rookie cornerback Lamar Jackson. No, the other one he bites on the double move the fake and The receiver Henry Rugs who's one of the fastest in the NFL goes flying by him. So Lamar, of course, should have known better than to let the receiver behind him. But that's what happens is a good move by Henry. But the problem is there was nobody back playing prevent defense. Nobody to prevent the receiver from catching the ball in the end zone, and we saw so many examples of guys. Kind of back loading the defense, in fact, maybe bringing three guys or no pressure and setting everybody back to prevent big plays at the end of the game, like the Giants did against the Seahawks on Sunday, and yet, Gregg Williams, I kind of felt like it was an arrogant call. He chooses to send the house on the blitz. And when he doesn't get to Derek Carr well, then Henry Rugs, exposes Lamar Jackson and easily catches that touchdown in stride with five seconds to go. Well, Adam Days is the head coach is probably not long for this world. Well, okay. He's dead man walking with the Jets, But he decided that Greg Williams was going to go before he did. So he fires Greg Williams on Monday and he said I wasn't I would let you hear the audio, but it's just it's really poor quality. So, he said, I wasn't happy about that call. Explaining why he fired Williams with a month to go in the season, he said, it was a heartbreaking way for our guys to lose the game. For that to happen in that situation. We just We can't have that happen. Now. Here's the conspiracy theory, and I know produces able get your thoughts on this after the break because I do not believe in conspiracy theories generally, maybe I'm completely naive. But there are people all over the NFL landscape fans and analysts alike who believe that Greg Williams may have thrown that game on purpose. But I cannot figure out for the life of me What benefit that would be to him. Even if he didn't get fired on Monday, he had to know that He was out of the end of the season anyway, more than likely He was already part of a no win 16 team. Why would you want to be part of another? Oh, in 16 team. He's obviously been around a lot in the NFL. So while I think there could probably be a couple more chances, I mean, ask Wade Phillips how quickly you can go from being on a Super Bowl team to be unemployed. And so I don't know what benefit Greg Williams. Would gain from throwing that game. But but that's the conspiracy theory. That's out there because it was so blatant, a call or a mistake or whatever..

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"alan line" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"alan line" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"My special guest is Justin Green. Who is the founder of Horrific and the author of the book Epic Business. Justin's Got a great story because he was a journalist. Troyer's me the pivot and is now a very well known. PR expert in coach who sought out all around the world, so don't go away. This week's tech news. First up is sales force is in talks. To acquire slack for 27.7 billion deals supposed to happen in the next two quarters. It's big news because slack is this Beloved By two little chattel that lots of engineers and other folks use specially. I've been standing 50,000 employees. And I had Alan Line one. CTU was slack on a few months back on the show. What was interesting about it is even with all of the remote work happening around slack. He did not increase their share price that much from when they appeared last year. But now, with this acquisition by sales force, it is actually moved their stock price up considerably. Google has been in the works of being more than a search and data company. They're actually getting into the banking business. They announced a while back that they're gonna get to check the accounts. And it was announced recently that there will be eight banks United States They'll be parting with Google, including BBVA and BMO Think of Montreal and Citigroup. And the reason why they're all doing that from the banking side is based one to be seen as innovative haven't come from both banking and technology. You want to be seen as actually the cutting edge. And so it's kind of a win win scenario between Google wanting to get the data and analytics from being tied to financial services and banks being associate the rule. Uber is in talks, reportedly to sell its flying taxi business to a secretive started named Jobe Aviation over was trying to do for Electric flying cars what they were doing for actual cars, which is a right service. Imagine taking a helicopter from Manhattan to the Hamptons. Apparently uber did not want to be in the business anymore. And so they have decided to sell it. And in my final tech news, which will lead into my cyber tip. It is really easy to hack a Tesla to and you could do it for under 300 bucks, and that's the tech news of the week..

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"alan line" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"alan line" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Special presentation of Silicon Valley insider now back to Silicon Valley Insider once again, your host Keith Coup. Insiders will come back to the show. Have a great show today with Jonathan Littman and Susanna Camp, the authors of the entrepreneurs faces how makers visionaries an outsider succeed John Susanna have a very rich history here in Silicon Valley being here during the dot com Aaron actually as innovators themselves and started mentors seeing the transition, and that's what the book is really about. How do you get started in entrepreneurship? What is your archetype? There's different types that you can be in. You could be a combination, And now we're gonna talk about what they see is coming out on the horizon. We've talked a lot about the pandemic. So thanks again. For being the show today. Thank you. Thank you. So what is it that you think is we're at? I mean, you talked about you talked about the awakening How you discover your country your spirit and talk about this shift, and as you move towards that, how do you find your place? So where does all that head? What do you think is happening next? Well, there's been some great data recently The economist had a huge article about how they're more sort of. High propensity companies, which include in a more creative businesses, more risky business of been started in the last few months than in the last 15 years. So you reference this earlier in the talk, you know, some people are sort of sitting on the fence is not sure what to do. It's clear that individuals and start ups and ordinary businesses Are so much more entrepreneurial now because they have to be And we think there's going to be an even bigger push. You know, in January? Yeah, You know, I would add to that that one of the key things if I could give a little advice is to learn how to tell your story. One of the things that I really like as a as a writer is to be able Tonto. Five people stories to sort of hold a microphone for them so they can get their message out there on Dat. Would not have happened in this book. If the people that we had spoken to and ultimately chose hadn't been such great storytellers, so they were all kind of evangelists in her own right. They made their stories interesting to us so that we could make them even more interesting to everyone else. Yeah, I add to that. You know, we talked about a journey there. Actually, depending on your success. There are seven stages, potentially for an entre purity. Get up near the end. You get to a test and maybe you scale to some Degree, and you actually have different stories at different times During this journey and the first story, you actually have to tell yourself to get off the couch and to awaken And then you know, the second stage is shifting where you actually are starting to do tangible things right? And then pretty soon you're going to create a team. And you have to convince people to join our team. You tell the story to the team. One of my favorite stories in the entire book is this brilliant physicist who is an accidental entrepreneur, and he had a great new AI method to learn languages and he was at Tech stars like the day before the final pitch. Before all the investors and in front of 50 people, he had a panic attack and collapsed on the state. So now now this guy is a genius right? He said it was a physicist and start concern. So he went to like speaker's corner in England, and he said, screamed. You know it is colleague to get it right and he came back the next day, and he nailed it. And he said to us if he hadn't done that. The company would have never happened. He had to convince his TV even more. In the public. Yeah, And I want to just summarize all this because it's been great to have both of you on the show today, and I think what's happened and I've had guests recently, like Steve Cat again. The first head of HR for length in and he had talked about the future work. They've had Alan Line one. The Head of engineering and slack talk about the future work with all slightly different take. But read it real real inflection point in how we work, Not just because of the pandemic. I think we're seeing Because of the pandemic. There's layoffs, but there's very seasoned people I happen to. I talked about it a few months back. I happen to be the creator of the Cisco alumni Facebook group. It's never existed before, and Cisco's one of my favorite former companies, and it's grown to 5000 people. I bring this up because they're a lot of people that have been Had a couple like Cisco 2025 28 years and it's not that they need the work necessarily for the financial game, But they want to work on their passion for their project. And you know if you've been at one company Like a Cisco For that long. You might not realize how fast innovation happens now and how fast a given idea because it used to be. We talked about how much technology we had created dot com Aaron There's a lot of money. But now if you're the right mentors, folks like yourselves Jonathan Susanna or what I do, Um, uh, the technology should be the inhibitor. It's the business model. The idea and the team and the coach is inventors. If you have all that also being sure to pick up the book the entrepreneur faces and I'm not just shilling. And I really think this book is very nice boy. I think the other book I would say is the art of the start by guy Kawasaki. If you're Buddy on trigger. Underst. Officials used definitely to get this book because it'll help you get unstuck and help you progress. And I think that's the reason why Jonathan, you and Susannah wrote this book. Well, we think it's a great time to be entrepreneurial. In many aspects you hit on a huge one..

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"alan line" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"alan line" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"So being a part of a group. I belong to three mastermind groups and were always in a certain conversation. Whether it's fun play Andy's That's one of my groups. The other groups is Tio continuously stay abreast of The market trends and then other groups is like an inspirational page play a place of positivity and inspiring hope so just be able to balance out your life that way. This is a great point. Before we get into what I would expect from employers. But Facebook, I think, especially for the radio audience. I think social media, especially for an introvert, you might be shy away from that. But social media is definitely an integral part of everything we do now, so whether it's Facebook or linked in from a job search perspective, definitely following counties advice. And seek out affinity groups that resonate with you. So then, just a couple minutes we have in the segment, Cathy, What should employers be doing in terms of restarting their hiring efforts? What you get engaged by these same firms? What do you see them doing? We have been seeing a lot of hiring activity based on what their current needs are, for example, have a real estate employer that has requested for three new accountants because everybody has decided that They are going to shift gears right now and and work less. I don't know why people want to work less during this time, but but But, yeah, tbe able Tio have powers with your team on a weekly basis and stay very consistent with the communication across the board. I would I see a lot of employers setting up weekly meetings. Companywide to Talkabout Cove it where they're at right now, and also offer wellness programs. If if employees need to talk, I've seen that be implemented as well for HR departments, So to be able to stay really close cut converse, you know, communication because we don't want to lose our our greatest assets Which our people if you don't show that you care, and you've kind of abandoned them during this time, That's not good, too. So I Ah lot of My clients. I always recommend Teo Teo to get those you know, to get on zoom and have powers on and it's so easy right now, you know, it's it's just click Add, you know, put it on schedule, and it's great to put have face to face interactions on Zuma's well or on online so No, that that is really good advice. A couple months ago, I had Alan Line one who is the senior vice president of engineering for slack a collaboration till that's taken off. Also kind of like a resume to God for video slack, which is around a few years. They took off for collaboration, He said. The exact same things that in very innovative what slack is doing internally, Tio Teo promote the use of their own products in collaboration, So I totally agree that in these times, it's also the time when people are thinking about when they wanna jump ship as soon as things recover, So it's in the employers best interest to stay engaged with their employees. So Cathy were out of time on the railing part of the show. I really enjoyed having you on to talk about your Recruiting efforts. The journey, the actual title of your book, mastering the art of slowing down When we come back, I want to talk about some recent news on you being a candidate for Woman of the year. For leukemia and lymphoma Society and also some of the things you see on the horizon. So you listen to Silicon Alley Insider with Keith Coup Special Guest Kathy Trend headhunter. And author of the Journey Massing are going down, You can email said in photo as is and find us on Facebook, Twitter early dinner and we'll be back for questions or comments.

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"alan line" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"alan line" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Faced along the way, so don't go away. This week's Tech news. I want to start off with the headline, which was first showing up on time Z that morons leave driver's seat empty as they left the Tesla's autopilot drive. And they can keep drinking in the car. So as unofficial intelligence gets more advanced, people are relying on their cars in this case of Tesla's to do the driving for them. Now, Tesla says that they're not yet a fully autonomous vehicle and these jokers actually posted videos on YouTube of them. None of them in the driver's seat, all them drinking while being in the passenger in the backseat of the car. It's a good thing that nobody apparently was injured or died. It was just a crazy thing to do. In eighth one Be news, the administration announced the tightening even further rules on each one B, which is the visa program for foreigners to come to United States as innocents killed or highly trained workers. Now one thing to think about is that The administration wants to make it clear that anyone who makes it in is making in for legitimate reasons that they're making a Sylar wage the per employees in United States and that truly is A job that cannot be fulfilled by somebody who really exists here in the U. S. I had Alan Line one. The head of engineering for slack on a couple months back and slack is a collaboration tool that is really doing quite well in covert 19 the ability to do instant messaging and collaboration and document sharing. So Alan had actually mentioned that there was a gun to be a new feature or organizations can cross communicate. And they just announced that feature will be available in early 2021. So I definitely want you to look forward to that. So earlier, I just talked about how there was a automated Tesla's Some drunk kids got into a car decided that they were too drunk to drive and let the Tesla drive them home. And they film that while they're all in the passenger seat. So again, nobody was in the driver's seat. Well, imagine that actually becoming a service. So Waymo, which is the driverless division of Alphabet related to Google just announced that they're going to make a commercial version of a ride Hailing service using lame O Available to Phoenix residents very soon. Now again, The question is always is Dwight Trust a robot to drive me better than I would drive myself or whether a human uber driver could drive me somewhere. And I'm sure that there's a lot of concern with the residents about whether this will be safe or not safe. Waymo guarantees that 100% of riots in beginning will be actually monitored by humans using various means of Cameras. They're gonna have the ability to take over a car be able to actually observe the routes that these cars are driving. But as always, we want to let you know that technology continues that advance forward whether we're ready for it or not. And so I predict that travelers vehicles will be everywhere in the not too distant future. And my final news of the week is John McAfee, founder of McAfee. The anti virus software from many years ago and a very wealthy man who's famous for all kinds of reasons. He was finally captured in Spain on tax evasion charges. He's looking at a lot of time if he's convicted. And it was just big news because he's been evading arrest for a number of years. And you know how the old adage goes. You can't escape death or taxes, and that's the tech news of the week. Welcome back to the Silk. A million Saturday radio show podcast once again. My special guest Today is my good friend, Kathy Trend. Kathy is an executive recruiter with Logic consulting group. She is a recent author on the Journey. Mastering the art of slowing down into a beautiful existence and she does quite a few other things which will get into throughout the show. Welcome back, Kathy. Thank you. Kee Thank you for having me on the show. So, Kathy, thanks for being on the show today, and now we're going to cover a lot of ground first. I wanted to just say thank you. I read your book. I think it's quite Exactly as the title states. It's quite the journey and before we get into your book, I really do wantto talk about that. For today's show. We want to talk a lot about self care. I think that sometimes I forget that we've been locked down. For almost six months. It's almost like it's a ground hog day and people men, women executives, especially and professionals there suffering in a lot of ways. They're just not talking about it. And I know that you have a passion around this that ties into your book, and all the activities were doing What are your thoughts right now? Kind of what's happening. Yeah, Thank you, Keith. That's I mean, self care is definitely is so important to me, and I've struggled all my life with that area and right now, especially during cold, but I think it's so important for us to figure out how to take care of ourselves, You know, working in corporate America, it's been It's hard right. We all experience corporate burnout and feeling overwhelmed it not to be able to take care of ourselves. And what I've done personally is created New morning routines, waking up earlier reading, inspirational books, meditating doing yoga, You know, just really creating a routine that supports us on a daily basis. So I think again going back to self care. It's just really important during this time. Great and I and I know right now there's a lot of activity with people in transition. We talk a lot about pivots and career changes. What? Some of the things that you're seeing with covert 19. Is it a pause? Or is there some hiring activity? And if so, where do you see the most activity? Yeah, thank you. Ah, absolutely right now, when, when covert first hit, a lot of companies were struggling, trying to figure out you know, obviously no trying to get home and and work from home, setting up their computer system and figuring out the school schedules with their their Children myself included. I have an 11 year old son, and you know, there was a huge struggle. They're trying to get that essentially trying to get the balance and being in communication with your team. Was also hard because we don't know what others are dealing with. And for myself. You know, I've been I've been a recruiter for for the past. 20 Gosh, Protest 20 years. So for me, it was really easy because I've I have set myself up for Ah, positive mindset on whatever we we, You know, whatever we go through, we are I was able to set in with that kick in with that positive mindset. So, but right now, Tio from an overall standpoint. I do see that the market is trending back up upwards, and companies are beginning higher. We just picked up probably about four for new searches at the executive level. So companies are getting acclamation. Now, a lot of my AA lot of my clients are working from home and win. Definitely some of them. Do you plan on doing a volunteer go back into the office in February, but we just we don't know when it's gonna lift. Not great, angry..

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"alan line" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"alan line" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Show today. And just a quick check in Sabrina. Is Ellen Degenerate still employed? I mean, I mean, it's like we got a check every once in a while because her 2020 is shaping up to be bad. According Tio, My weekly lesbian emailed Get Lloyd but called female on the rocks. The Ellen degenerate situation has people just really split on the weirdest of things, but she has had a weird is 2020 And I saw this story. I said. That's when you know you've got some problems. Her deejay has now turned against her former. Yeah, the former D. J. Who was for like two different stints, the deejay on the show. Now the guy who's there recently is Tiu Witch. Sure, Twitch Stephen Twitch Boss. I don't know if he's still towing the Alan line. But the other deejay Tony welcome Bauer, who was on the show from 2003 to 2006 and 2007 to 2013. So that's a lot of time he's spent on the set around all this dove. He's like, Yep, I'm with. You hears his comment that started some of this and kept the pressure on Ellen, who's still employed as of right now, he said, I hope you're all keeping safe out there during these trying times. I've been getting calls asking me about the L A generous show and I would like to address the time I spent there. I was on air talent from 2003 to 2006 and 2007 to 2013. Well, I'm grateful for the opportunity afforded me I did experience and feel the toxicity of the environment. And I said And with my former colleagues in their quest to create a healthier and more inclusive workplace as the show moves forward, the deejay is not on board. There's a lot of people starting to line up. I think there's a few that I've heard that have said. I'm not here to support Ellen. I'm siding with Ellen. And I want to support her, but mostly even Brad Garrett. The guy from everybody Loves Raymond. The brother from everybody loves Raymond said, look like a guy, even him, he said. Look, we've got an issue here and they've got to deal with it. So I will keep on Ellen watch going to see how things were going over there. I don't want to get into the store because I really want everybody's Opinion on this. I want to get some dispatches him, which you can use to join thes show at any time Search for that news junkie in the APP store to join us and get your opinion on the show. So when you were growing up was the rain. Your parents had punishments for stuff. I'm sure they'd Did they take your phone away? Take away your computer privileges. Yeah. I mean, it's definitely part of it. I think computer was one of the bigger things because we didn't have laptops. Everyone just had the computer room so that could be taken away. TV for sure. And then for a long time. Where would they go? Oh, we're taking it away for tonight. Depends on what I did. Was there anything really bad? We lost it for a while. Yeah, I mean, multiple things like the 1st 1 that pops Hermine is I like snuck into my friend's parents car She was getting picked up. Oh, yes. Didn't pop out until later that they didn't like that. My mom had no idea where I want to lose. I was grounded for thing a month. Tough, hard time school, and that's it, Then, you know, get to know. I don't think I had a cell phone at the time. Now. We all know Si laid was baby Bye, Mom, Elaine and be late and probably was never punished for a month. I'm guessing I don't know what my longest stint of punishment What would they take from you gadgets or something? I was such a nerd that I got that. Future taken away from me at a very young age. I'm talking pre kindergarten. I was I had good God, I almost had to hold on. But I won this battle. My lawyer, a lawyer, the lawyer, your parents as a lawyer, My mom. She said I was getting in trouble in preschool because I was discovering what curse words were. Yeah, I mean, really bad work like we're like ass. Oh, and and get the hell out of here. Watch your mouth, friends. Keep your keep your hand on the button in the studio there or dammit! Oh, yeah. Come on. Now what you say you said your mama modeling quippy and an ass, damn it! Oh, no. No, I said them at school, and so when my mom came to pick me up, she was told about it, And she was like you are not using the computer tonight because you said one night you said bad words. Maybe I don't know if it was more than a night but spoiled. I lawyered her and reminded her that Hey, I didn't know those words were bad. Nobody ever told me those words with more bad on the parents. So how am I supposed to know that? I'm not allowed to say them and she said Okay, You can use the computer to get back in the air. Well, chat room right away. He's chatting with everybody. Just using all the curse words. I think that was before we even had CompuServe. I want to tell you about this story and get everybody's dispatches with your thoughts on this. This is not a Phoenix Arizona kid is a teenager is 14 years old. His name's Angel Martinez can't trust somebody named Angel Locos known that for a long time. A Valley family laying down the law on their teenage son is making news. He stole their range Rover so already looks like parents got some cash. Here. They were on vacation. He stole the Ranger over at 14 years old and took it for a joy ride. And the parents, to their credit were not easy on him for the punishment that they wanted to Dole out here. They really could have gone easy if they wanted to. But listen to this. Here's a report where they talk about is this Fox 10 in Phoenix, the punishment he got with their teenage son with a unique form of punishment when they found out That he took their car for a joy ride while they were on vacation. They decided to get creative when it came to punishing him and Fox tends. Jennifer Martinez joins us Live with the story. I'm taking notes on this one. Jennifer Yeah, I think you have teenage kids yourself carry. So he took that their range Rover for a joy ride in their north Phoenix neighborhood while.

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"alan line" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

Inspirado Projecto

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"alan line" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

"I'm that's just blowing me away right now is that. If you don't believe what I believe. I'M NOT GONNA be friends with you. And I'M GONNA I'M GONNA report you because you don't think like I do, right. Yeah. mind-blowing. Is and what I'd like to think is this this conversation here is you were stirring up, you know all of these. Forces that well, you too can probably most likely were stirring the pot right here. This conversation's definitely. Definitely being beamed out there to who knows how many invisible entities that are like. Okay. Cool. Cool I'm so happy you guys talking about this. You guys, we're. We're ready. We're ready. You know. It's so fun because I just feel the celebration i. just feel the ecstatic. From from the unseen. Just your conversation and. Steering the ship into the light, and you know it's been said that when you walk into kings, you like tiny match that lights up the case, you can see what's going on. So it's quite interesting when. She got three people now doing that or you got four five it just eventually. Those other light start turning on inside people that have been Mike Lewd laying laying in their. Dormant or being waited waiting to be woken up. And then to use these services like zoom to us, Joe's obliged to use these things and get back to what you had with with my space on his people teach each other intervene each other's. Company. So to speak you know through through digital digital stations I, think. Some, some really good stuff you know could really could could definitely grew up and I just know that the I know the influences that debt Valentine's has over there in Maui and. Now that I'm hearing all the connections that you have Elizabeth. It's I mean just imagine how big an allegiance of people who who believe in these ideas and are just kind of sometimes there waiting for someone to like there's this video that i. saw it. It was it was talking about leadership and the video was it was, it took like less than three minutes. It was just a funny dancing guy that was out what looks like some kind of festival or something and and then one guy goes. Goes on, there starts dancing with the guy and he starts and they start dancing together, and then that guys like over here, any a couple of his friends get over there and their dance and crazy, and then four, five, six more people, and before you know it within three minutes, you've got all these people were sitting down now contributing to this movement that that started with one crazy dancing guy that was just out there enjoying himself. Know? It was it was amazing to see how could happen and Especially, with the technology, we got Whoa I could even have these faster. So put very interesting. Brought that up because I want to interject a little something there. Kurt. What what you brought out is those in Woodstock, the twenty fifth anniversary which I spoke on the first. Interview with you cart. where it reminds me of what you just which you're stating as I was with, I had the opportunity to be with. Peter Gabriel lit a candle and started the light the. Everyone. was at night a whole see of. Wealth from I. Mean they already saying we will. Bring the world together. We want to unite I saw so many candles and lights lit up the darkness the light. All. Night Guy. The. Whole surrounding woodstock. Just, stay there out in the field up. There was like an ocean ocean of love light that would. Be Across the globe. And I was in timeless space, with Peter, Gabriel seat in the song bringing together. A. Lot of Love Love Briggs together and legislator light around the world. Now, let's go help our mother earth and father sky and all the seen and unseen being right now, let's have a sea of love right now in light the world. Beacon of light yet. That's when does that's Blow blew me. To this day, it just remains with me that that that moment of Time Thomas in the Sea of love. Amazing. Probably about it. Probably about a half, a million people were talking about brother, we're not. You Know A. One hundred thousand people we're talking of C. I a whole ocean of people, and there is probably a half a million people there could have been a million but. Whatever the allowed those kindles, it was intense and and tens of thousands of people at the sea. Of Love. I love that. That is incredible and seeing that is a microcosm. It's possible. It just makes me feel so happy to know. Yeah. Yeah arms by Alan Line for sharing beautiful. Beautiful Yeah. Yeah. So So. You're so Valentine share with your Your go fund me page and so. Your. What's your current situation in terms of how you're? Getting. Your book written and and continuing your healing work. Because it seems like. You have do have a place to live right now to have. A. Stable. Well I have a offer on the table of a place to live, but I have not been able to achieve I guess you could call it the status of being accepted by landlord. My healing journey spent interesting in probably took twenty years to begin diagnosed clearly, and then once I was they started be covering and then I thought Oh my God, I was super athletic before I take stable. I. Thought Omega Windsurfing. Assist. I was a gymnast I could five back brings in a row and. Athletic. And overnight from pregnancy, which should have been the happiest time in my life. I became disabled and twenty years to figure it out when they finally figured out I started recovering I got hit by a drunk driver. That situation was.

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"alan line" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"alan line" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Involved jealousy just so you know here's one people taking too long to open presents because they won't stop snapping pictures I don't like people that take too long to open a present anyway that drives me nuts red picked tear that pay for out there you're not saving it for anything else and quit being so I don't really you know just rip rip it rip it right back home about level is being distracted by social media on Christmas day old that's obscene actually I have a nerf rifle that I use for that occasion night yeah yeah just keep the right next to me and when and where my daughter start popping on the phone yeah could hold a lot of little darts to me notifications in general keep your that didn't think I hate that I hate that friends and family using phones at the dinner table does not happen in my house at all and I arrive in even when we go out this afternoon will go to a movie and dinner that day never comes up people of all other forms is just when these things I think it's just very rude how about general holiday crap people post online it you know just all the time you see all kinds of stupid stuff yeah you they'll get out alright friends and family who start huge group test text just to say merry Christmas I hate that I turned it off on my phone did you texting off because it would never stop now it is people there's numbers that show up I don't know who the hell these people are there's a I I just said all right turn that feature off the now just given wanted done people bragging that Alan line about holiday events and experiences we don't run into that much because there's been a lot of time on social media so that seal family letter that you have to come in the mail I love those as you know because you know they're all lies little Bobby is now he's a smart kid in class no he's not no he's not your line replying to holiday messages from people you never talked to the rest of the year I'm guilty of that now we have friends that I haven't talked to all your little semi America's was and I replied back I just think it's polite about people boasting on social media about where they've traveled for the holidays you know who loves that who's that criminals what were they like to know if you're not home now okay wouldn't get on though just reply back Hey what's that address again one when people brag showing off their gifts on social media come on really people really all right coming up at seven forty Charlie Parker's rendition of our marines Christmas store you do not want to miss it but making what's going on.

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"alan line" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"alan line" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"I don't know I don't know probably not but that's you know I I don't think that there's a lot of things that would happen in my life that that if my last name wasn't five why did you leave the board in April it's a five year term and you chose not to why I think it's pretty obvious why this is your opportunity to say why well because I think that is because of this is what becomes distraction because I have to sit here and answer these questions and so that's why I've committed that I will serve on any words or I won't work directly for any foreign entities when my dad becomes president do you think that should be a rule across the board for any administration now look that's the role that I'm gonna be here too do you regret being on the board to begin with no I don't regret being on the board what I regret is not taking into account that there would be a Rudy Giuliani and a and present United States that would be listening to this this ridiculous conspiracy idea which has again been completely debunked by everyone and if we are what we are thinking how could that not of crossed your mind you wouldn't fall just a little bit you're got like maybe this isn't a good idea to go and sit on the board of the company I said it I said you in retrospect I went to my judgment you never it never you never thought this might not look right you know what I'm a human and what did I make a mistake well maybe in the in the in the grand scheme of things yeah but did I make a mistake based upon some on at the collapse absolutely not so it's a hundred biting got it covered a lot of a lot of ground there but yeah he's that's gonna get you might not about that job of his last name was inviting which it that's not that's not against the law are you going to use any more of that interview yes I got one more court order because I want to add to it okay here's a here's a clip of hunter Biden asked whether or not he has a message for the president president trump likely will see or at least read about this interview anything you'd like him to hear from you I mean really know it's really hard for me to say anything starting right now or combative because I was raised to respect that office it's making me motion what is gonna motional because I I am really proud of it but I have to admit I I take no pleasure in this as watching watching this this does spiral of this this administration is present the people that surround him I'm tempted to use my favorite pokey Alan line about any male who cries this guy's got some problems what any any building should any emotion at all for the sake of our concerns is I think that's a problem so yeah that's the I think the rest of that the interview will be aired tonight I thought you might play the part where he made reference to Donald Trump junior and called him Donald prince Humperdinck from junior a reference to the passionate now tag in this in the princess bride the others that I was in that in there yeah if you wanna see the part you can you watch tonight but yeah that's and and and a a Donald Trump junior has shot back at him yeah and Twitter has gone nuts because you know it Donald Trump junior is not in a position to really go after somebody over nepotism because you know there's a lot of jobs now just being Donald trump's son but you know their dads are gone added so yeah right here what do you expect from the kids right well here is it just apologize on on fox news and he says there's a reason why we should just assume that hunter Biden is in the clear legally and that is because we haven't seen any charges knowing del bar and knowing the way the president is riled up about this if there were at their their what we call articulable suspicion a basis to to state verbally what crime he broke the DOJ would be all over it and if they weren't they would tell him and if they told him we would know it and none of that seems to have happened so it's not a legal thing he's answering it's a political problem he's posing for his father precisely so that's that's why we know he's probably in the clear because if you've done anything to step out of line there would be charges filed already this is Jen doubt yeah well I mean but they're still the political fight I mean that's the and that's the thing that is falling it's a and that's and that's gonna keep going until next November so get used to it here is that anybody ever want to run here's a good people don't anymore well that's that's probably true too let's go with the rand Paul here rand Paul's saying you know listen if if Rudy guiliani is going to be investigated for his dealings over in the Ukraine.

"alan line" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

11:29 min | 3 years ago

"alan line" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Be in a much better position to win. And we're going to be better off as a nation if we can find a good solution here. So the left is, you know, they're just saying wave at all. That's at Elizabeth Warren say now, the others are rushing to catch up with her. She wants to do straight income redistribution. She's open about a take it from the super wealthy, quote, unquote. She describes his those with fifty million or more, but she's talking about income distribution. I don't think we should waive the debt. I don't think we should have income redistribution. But the question is what can we do as conservatives consistent? With those principles. What can we do because we better do something because it is a real problem in America? It's not just going to go away. And it's going to be a disaster, politically if we don't do something just and fair and smart glad you're here. It five five four zero five two five five toll-free border to border before we jump back into that. And then I want to get some text as well. The text line has just been sizzling today. Every now, and then I will share an insight in sports and don't worry we are going to dive in Xs and os. But I do have this uncanny ability to be right about sports, not every time in twenty five years, but more often than just about anybody else out there all due respect to the sports experts. And so for example, was right about Tim tebow and Lord knows we all benefited from that we've all paid the price for the mistake that was made in letting him go. But this is a name. I guarantee about to give you a name. And I guarantee you you have never heard this name before. And all I'm saying is keep an eye on this name. And I wouldn't be surprised. I'm not betting on this. I wouldn't be surprised if he ended up in Denver as a quarterback and his name is Wilton spate SP. Tea and Wilton was a quarterback in Michigan. And he then transferred to UCLA his last year had an injury issue. But he's one of the finest young people you'll ever meet. He's also six five to forty and was thirteen and three at Michigan tourism beautiful ball super intelligent Hollywood hand, some wonderful human being would be a tremendous face of a franchise, and he's probably going to be the eighteenth quarterback drafted. So a tremendous value, but keep your eyes out on him. He we met him when our son Joe and Wilton would train together out in California. And Wilton had no offers, right? He had zero offers in his senior year. And then he got one offer. And it was from Michigan. And then everybody else offered him. But but just a tremendous kids. So keep an eye out for wilt spayed. You probably know a little bit about Wilton. No lot about Wilton spayed during his time with the wolverines kinda up and down at some injury issues still some juice left in the tank, though, I pick you up sides. So let's hope he ends up in Denver. All right back to the phone lines on this life and death stuff. And let me mention before we do that to those who are clamoring for a different topic. I just cut the promo for tomorrow. And we're going to do this tomorrow. This. Texter alludes to Dan sounds like hedge tech fake news CNN narrative, making up a propaganda against Trump by extrapolating hay out of an Easter worshiper. Come at what he's the looting to is me. And it's not a matter of hate at all it's a matter of being clear eyed and courageous enough to speak the truth when we had all these Christians slaughtered instrument at Easter mass, and Jared police wouldn't even say the word Christian wouldn't even acknowledge anti-christian slaughter anti Christian terrorism. Instead concocted this goofy meaningless phrase of Easter worshiper. So he could avoid acknowledging that these were Christians slaughtered for their faith. No, there's a big issue behind that. And it's a big problem with the left and so it needs to be outed. It needs to be discussed because this secularism this has still toward Christianity on the part of the left and you saw the same bizarre phrase. Used by Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton before police used it you think that was a coincidence. No, the left has this overt hostility toward Christianity. And it pained Christians and it plays out in lots of different ways. We need to talk about that. And we need to be realistic about Jared police as much as any of us may like I'd like him personally very much. We've got to be honest about who he is ideologically. What that means for us is a state what that means for Christians in this state. I mean, he started out is is tenure the day after he was elected lecturing people in Colorado to keep their faith out of the public square. What do you think that was aimed at so to the texture? Thank you for your text. But disagree. All right back to the phone lines. Allen in Broomfield Colorado hair on the Dan capless show. Welcome. Alan lines are place to keep trying. How you doing my man? Thank you. Thank you. Great topics today. Thank you. Actually continental with the tuition copy. Because on one hand, I've already paid for my college tuition paid for my daughter's caused tuition, I was really, you know, able to do that a word hard state money. Until I paid for it. College tuition forgiveness. Should I get my money back in on the other hand have we really looked at tackling the price of colleges can putting a cap on what they can charge. Well, I would in congratulations to you for navigating all that because that is not easy, my friend, and what I would say is I would never favor a cap on what colleges can charge because to me. That's too much central command and control from the government what I would favor. My friend is is public hearings where people are put their under oath and they have to justify these amounts being charged. You couldn't force a private colleges to do that. But you could certainly invite him and try to put public pressure on them to participate, certainly the public colleges and universities. Did this dramatic increase in cost of college education needs to be justified? And and maybe it can be. But I don't think they've done that publicly yet if it can be right. Yeah. And so that's that's why wouldn't favor the cap Ellen. Great. Oh, my friend, Brian. I we're talking during a break. One of the really tremendous things about this show today as we have heard from so many good folks who have found a way to to navigate this and to manage these cost and to make it through without relying on student loans, and those are those are inspirational stories man because that is not easy, and it all I can tell you is when I went through college. I mean, I at the Evans scholarship, the golf caddy scholarship, thanks to all the country club and other golfers who funded that so I got real lucky in college law school, I ran up student debt and without it. I could not have made it through law. School bet bits simply the way it was in that debt was crushing until I had my first big case and was able to pay it off. But man, I can I can sympathize with the people who had no choice and are buried by despite working real hard Paul in beautiful Colorado Springs. Thanks for your patience, which shows at the Broadmoor right now doing the show, of course from the Broadmoor. How you doing man? I'm right below. At the moment. Man, this one of the most beautiful places in the world. Yeah. Yeah. I'm waiting to go home soon as we're done. Dear. They're everywhere. I would drop the call on the way home. So I didn't involve it. Text as well, which will go through as soon as Ross regarding the loan stuff. Okay. But mine's a little bit off topic. What it is the Bernie Sanders thing. Kind of unique how he goes into this. Of course, we all know that she's. The truth about it and everything but. There inmates. And when a person goes to prison, they're no longer considered a citizen. They don't they don't have the same rights as regular people. Now. One number one, he says they're painting their dues well, technically by law. They haven't paid their dues until they're released, and for example, a person who's a lifer. They do not until they're dead. Colorado. Let's folks vote once they've been released once they've served their time. When they're in prison that the government does not consider them a regular city, and I'm with two people should not get to vote while they're in prison. Yeah. Yeah. It's just it's crazy. And let me ask you this question. Paul the very fact of reality that they're not even. Yeah. Do you think this is going to be very Bernie this one here? Let's let's let people listen to this question as it happens in my own state of Vermont from the very first days of our state's history. But Al constitution says is that everybody can vote that is true. So people in jail can vote. Now, here's my view, if somebody commits a serious crime sexual assault Myrtle fixing to be punished. They may be jailed for ten years twenty years fiftieth, the whole lives. That's what happens when you commit a serious crime. But I think the right to vote is inherent to our democracy. Yes. Amazing that a child totally innocent child has no inherent right to life and Bernie Sanders world, but but the right to vote for a murderer. That is inherent. Yeah. And that's where that's the whole point is they they are no longer considered a citizen. They're called inmates. You know, inhabit same rights. It's totally totally different. So that argument doesn't even carry weight number one. But I think it might with with was saying, well, how do I think it's been worked in palm Cernan, rip it? How do you think it's going to work politically this going to be death? I Sanders or is it going to propel him even further because we're an awful lot of people who voted for President Trump who didn't agree with him on on a lot of things, but they admired the fact he would speak his mind when other people were just canned cookie cutter, you know, expert products of expert manipulation. So is he going to gain from this? I I don't really know. Because I don't know where the crazies really. Are you? We saw them applauding him on TV and everything. But you know, it was that just the applaud song, and and it's also his crowd. No. I I don't think it's the craziest Paul and I'm grateful for your call. I've got to squeeze in some other folks before the buzzer, Paul. But know, I think there are a lot of people who disagree with him who are going to be drawn to him by it because he had the courage to say what he believes even though it's crazy. Now, does they're going to be more people who lean left that sort of thing. But I think that phenomenon is out there personally. I hope he's the nominee because I think he would be the easiest of the major contenders to beat. Let's see another text Dan is a conservative Republican. I would be open to a student or an individual that successfully completed a tough to four years having one of their student loans forgiven. Dan,.

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"alan line" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"alan line" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Let's go to line to Selma in Queen Selma. Are you say, yes, thank you, Mr. Gorka. Listen, my suggestion to my President Mr Trump yesterday today because I called is that shell close down the government. But having said that he advised the nation including the cons, obviously that he will sign TSA and essay, I all the agencies that are responsible for caring for the nation. And that if a bit because he cannot just skirt the law, and he doesn't know he cannot change the law. Newly will even at the president. You know, he's already been knocked down by the courts. So he needs to advise these people in congress. You dare not to pay these gentlemen, ladies for their service. Protecting the nation. You shall be held accountable. Not only financially, but even by imprisoning if something should happen to anybody in this country because of their lack of action. I like it some it's an interesting after Mr. Gorka, do you know about nothing about the law. This is I'm just speaking because from my heart. I know that it has to be going. I can hear it Selma. I can hear the passion apps. That's something. I know that you respond respond. We love you. We love you to count to ten take a deep breath. Look, it's a great idea. Because at the end of the day, we're all responsible for each other. And these the people we elect now the problem is the constitutionality of it because of the app the appropriations writes that congress has the president is the commander in chief. He is the chief executive, but when it comes to money there are some very clear constitu constitutional stipulations with regards to the congress is power. But we shall see. We shall see. I think Mick Mulvaney is gonna come up with something very very very clever on Friday. So stay tuned for that one more call they'll get one more call. Let's try Allen line one. Are you with us? Alan line one. Yeah. Thank you. Dr gorka. Hi, coal is about in case, there's an impending government shutdown again. Yeah. I have a litmus test for the Lega billion dollar companies like the tech companies. Oh. So I I would think that possibly they could offer. And of course, the role leftie liberal so nine charitable, but if they set up a fund temporarily gives swing lows so the most needy of the central workers temporarily this would be a great thing to do without interrupting anything within the government. But of course, we know liberals or not charitable, and I don't think this could ever happen because. They could have stepped up to the plate on on the other shutdown. Yeah. I think that's what the litmus test because hey that is this supposed to be the compassionate ones. There's supposed to be the ones who can that's a great call alad? They should be able to help these people in times of trouble. But as we know you are so correct. Look statistics who donate the most to charitable causes in America. It's not the liberals. It's not those who vote democrat, they preach it, but they don't practice it by far by far the most generous people in America are conservatives are people who call themselves, either classic liberals or Republicans. They understand that charity begins at home. And that is really the most efficacious. It's not a government handout that helps a man or a woman who is down. But it is of course,.

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