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"amtel" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

The Past and the Curious

05:51 min | 11 months ago

"amtel" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

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"amtel" Discussed on No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto

No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto

12:38 min | 1 year ago

"amtel" Discussed on No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto

"Well you don't know the ending we're not gonNA take the ending. Okay I mean no I know one other one bomb That was one of those parts where I'm like. ooh Like that. Made Me WanNa Watch movie. This discussion made amy want to watch it. Because now there's a discussion and it's like please. I want to start a group chat. On the day parasite recite is what you want to have to stay up. Okay can I. Can I smoke in. Watch this movie or am I going to freak myself out. No no no no no no nothing is a a trip you out saying the story itself is. Here's the thing parasite it's best to go in completely blind because as you're watching the whole time you're watching you like where's this going. You're like I like this but I don't know where this is going and then it goes there and you're like what Oh really is talking about an apple show the baby on the Servant Servants Servants. Yes I just got the new. I just got the new iphone and apparently they get apple. TV within the only reason why I know that it was because they like popped up. Please look man. Yeah everybody's got that me. Yeah I got. I got an email Gordon in your work. Yeah you get the you have to subscribe to you. Have to put your credit card and do all that stuff but you won't get charged until the next year anyways serving so you ed discussed it and the only thing that made me excited about having a notification was like ooh. I can see this movie that you were talking is a show show show. Every there's episode I am night Shamlan Chevrolet and and I know I know his content is a divisive. Saying sometimes it's great. Sometimes time does not Six cents was the shit. Avatar was not but but serving and mad. Because no one's really watching it. I'll like to the point where you know when I was watching. Game of thrones. It was like you could. I could go down the timeline. And everyone was talking about game of thrones but when after I watched an episode of servant I go on time sound like all right. No one gives a fuck about what implied Avatar the heat. No no not not not Avatar Blue People Avatar. uh-huh vendor airman. Oh Yeah so James. Can't now yeah. Yeah but I'll scroll down. I'm trying to discuss servant Ervin with people knowing watches to the point where I searched the Hashtag. Just so I could re tweets just to see if there's anybody out there but no one's really watching and but it's dope do you think a big part of what is popular now has to do with so many different platforms like you've got apple. TV You have Hulu Kasan prime. Yes I fly. I feel like if net flicks was pumping servant. Of course more people will be right because you have no choice as soon as you sign onto Netflix in your box was in your face immediate. Yeah Yeah Yeah. There's a giant billboard on the side of this building with a baby and literally early. No one's still tweeting really. Yeah I just think AB- apple wasn't apple plus it doesn't sound like something. Oh you WANNA watch it. I think music every time you Disney Disney plus no. I don't what I don't mind. You just had to get another netflix account. Okay I'm going through. Transit also wanted toys before so you don't the Disney Disney class. No Manana with greasy black. You back I let me live. What's so oh sad is that Tim was actually a thousand percent right? I hate feeling shit during I hated. Hey having a feel emotions out of one feel I like living even in denial. Sometimes I if I get sent to a damn movie and I gotTa feel you know as soon as that. Damn you've got a friend in me. Plays I start to cry like such a little baby. I hated God. It's just I for some reason every time you things get said so we'll movie makes you cry every all of them. Moana Moana Commute here right. Maybe because I have a connection to your grandma you don't cry when the grinches heart grows to just go like this because I know the store and I'm like he's he's going to know what love feels like cocoa. Oh my God. That movie is so sad. I remember like Oh hi. Cocoa is that is sad. That's a fucking God. I I've Disney allies as their shit. I finally watched up as that. What was does your? I watched fucking frozen for the first time I didn't did. You feel emotions are felt. I felt emotionally. I didn't cry during. I definitely. Don't remember feeling no you know what I didn't. I didn't get to Muslim during rose. In the first time I watched it again the other day and and I was like I. Just tell me why you don't WanNa Bill. Yeah that's true but yes I'll put super set up up was up and that guy. Well let me tell you I get emotional. I feel like I get most emotional during movies. VI's you know what I'm saying not even realized I remember the weirdest Shit I remember crying during was the flintstone movie and I remember watching that with my dad. Ed and there's one part where Fred and Barney they're about to get hanged and it's not hung by the way the deep past tense of when someone is getting hanged hanging is hanged not hung. Because it's actually it's a hanging okay so it's not the the verbiage is hang. It's it's a hanging the now in his hanging so the the the passes hanged. Thank you for So Oh they are about to get hanged and Fred and Barney are confessing to each other like. He's like he's like. Hey I'm sorry you're such a good friend to me. Yeah I messed up Blah Blah Blah. I literally remember being in theaters. Like what why her hang leaking. I I mean but I don't know Y I've always been very sensitive and the older I got I realized because your pricey I am and I don't even want to say that type of Shit I'm just a weenie right like some such. I'm just so soft and I don't like it. So I like comedies. I mean I might agree with the rest of the way. Charming as an ill muster. I love auto me. I need my heart to grow three times this year because I don't even have the balls to watch on again and every time they seeing the damn song outside of of like thank you make me sad. Yeah man when my nieces sinking and I'm just like beautiful. So when when we was Moana Jonah Cheese Grandma had recently passed. Oh so as soon as as as soon as advocates stingrays also child looped over. I'm in my Chris. I just saw cheer just ball. Oh my own I seen that with my sister and my GRANDPA had passed away. amtel hell you. We were like. Oh this is like I think that Leland Stitch did not do a very good job for the culture. Yeah for islands and terrible job. You mean you got a kid who doesn't have their parents who's being rate it's like. It was the stereotypical story and you had to deal with the social worker. Leila got the social worker coming over you the paper everywhere. You like stay in your room hall knocking dramatic anyways so I hate it. I didn't likely low and such. But that's all we got right everybody else had princesses says we got Leila. Were like damn. y'All really doing some shit for right now but they Mwana comes out and you're like Oh snap like they're actually really on point with a lot of the stories stories Things you grow up with but you just felt that one. I was like but cocoa. I think that cocoa just on a broad but scale had so much more impact because it was one of those things had to deal with death and people remembering you and your life and being forgotten and I think that everybody has is a moment where they go fuck. I don't WANNA be forgotten. Coco was emotional. I watched it. I know the Disney movies bothering me like enough for me. Why that's so sad? But they don't really do the thing that is people asking their Stepdad to adopt Dash. It gives me every five user easy clip Yay me. Every there's like or like or when like the little kid will open up the president that says is like we would like to adopt you. Oh you're oh soft. I'm like Oh my goodness I just signed it my head so yeah I think I tuned out toy story. I I tuned it out. I remember I just tuned it out. I don't WanNa feel anything and you're exactly right. Do not want to feel when I see certain limitation awesome. You should watch it because toy story four wearing I was wearing lashes and I didn't need them to come on time. No but again I I choose. I really stayed away from a lot of romantic movies. All things like look like feelings just like that I was a i. Don't WANNA watch that I. I don't don't feel things in real life so I like to view things. Wait let me tell you something serial. Okay what did you put in my drink all of a sudden I'm sleeping in real life. It takes a lot. It takes a lot for shit. They gave me emotional. Unless I mean okay like nevermind I take that back unless it's like something that it's people I care about if it's if it's Wi fi or if it's family you know what I'm saying when when she starts to get real get emotional but for the majority of the time. My Life isn't very dramatic so it's like I I don't get emotional too often like I've never ever cried at a death in my life. Rarely ever like even when like And I think that has to do with my dad always kind of talking to me about death from when I was a little kid about how like it's just a part of life and Shit happens Like even when I feel like the closest person to ever a die in my life was my auntie on gene and and like even when she thought it was kind of like. Wow that's crazy but I didn't get emotional. You feel me I feel like I might have even more emotional when Michael Jackson died. So it'd be completely on. I was on. I remember exactly where I was on the beach and then somebody was like everybody. He was tanning lane bag. And somebody was like. Oh my God. Michael Jackson died. I was like what and screaming and running and some don't ask girl on the beach. It was like I'm Hey that's my Jackson the respect but and then I remember just driving back home. Damn I can't believe Michael died but like in in my personal life. I was never really close enough to somebody where it made me upset. That they dangle me Robin Williams was my celebrity like tear Jerker I remember I saw I cried and I remember. The person was was like. Why are you crying? I was like because he struggled he just wanted to make the world laugh was run by not come on. That's a classic Mrs Doubtfire. You WanNa hear some crazy shit around the Robin Williams so Maybe like a month after Robin Williams committed suicide. I had a dream but my cousin. Paul who coincidentally is the child of my on gene while just speaking right so I had a dream that my cousin Paul I had did you mile at his funeral and and At the funeral everyone will sad but then I saw him moving around in the cascade like he was alive and I was like Oh Shit Shit Portland that he's alive right. I woke up from that.

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"amtel" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

12:42 min | 2 years ago

"amtel" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Transition team this article. Catherine Herridge, Fox News notes that President Trump responded to this news. We'll have that coming up here in just a minute saying they were trying to infiltrate the administration. There's no question they were. This is struck strokes Merck and Lisa page over texting before the election about he's not gonna win is. We can't live instructor. Don't worry. We'll have an insurance policy. Struck strokes Merck was involved in the European angle of this. The British angle is working with Brit informants. Stephan helper and Joseph miffed soon. Who of course, ran a scam on George popadopoulos and then struck strokes Merck and Lisa page. Had this insurance policy in which they could maybe do something about it. If Trump inexplicably one struck themselves, then ended up on the Muller investigative team. And was only fired when it was discovered that he had been texting with Lisa page and Muller buried that. For six months. They kept the guy working and didn't announce the reason that he was fired for quite a while. By the way. Popadopoulos? Are you ready for this? Popadopoulos send either in an interview today or in a tweet that Muller. Tried to get his wife to divorce him. Popadopoulos says that Muller or some of the one investigators. I think it was Muller told his wife you'd better get out of this George is going things are over for George tried to get them. Percha divorce him sky was out ruining people's lives. So back to this. Text messages between struck strokes Merck and Lisa page. Say they discussed using briefings. They wanted to go brief the Trump transition team after the election. To find people they could develop potential relationships with they wanted to identify leakers. They wanted to get an old people in the Trump transition who would leak to them they wanted to find people they could intimidate they wanted to find people. They could spy on they wanted to find people. They thought might be able to spy on Trump. We keep learning. And by the way, none of this. None of this was investigated by Muller. Kim strassel has a column in the Wall Street Journal today in which she makes the point again that Muller new the dossier was faked that Muller knew that it was made up stuff and that it was sourced from Russian agents via Christopher Steele. And he knew that it was Clinton opposition research and didn't even bother to investigate any of that. That's why there's hardly any mention of the fact that dossier doesn't get mentioned elements of the dossier do, but the dossier doesn't even get mentioned in another report, maybe one passing glance if you will. So knowing this now that struck strokes Mark and Lisa page nine days after the election for trying to identify potential leakers. Or people they could threaten or people. They could. Influence within the Trump transition team, meaning the full fledged effort to destabilize and eventually run Trump out of the Oval Office was in full swing after they which we knew this just confirms it. So now, we go to the audio soundbites last night Trump is on Hannity and Hannity asked him about this the struck strokes smirk texts he says, we have no Tech's from struck strokes merkin page showing the head disgust attempts to recruit sources from within your White House to spy on your administration. Have you heard about this tonight, sir? Really, it's a coup spying. I don't know if you remember a long time ago, very early on I use the word wiretap, and I put it in quotes, meaning surveillance spying. You can sort of say whatever you want. But that was a long time ago, and I've never seen anything like a blow up like you've never see. Now. I understand why. Because. They thought two years ago when I said that just on a little bit of a hunch and a little bit of wisdom. Maybe it blew up because they thought maybe I was wise to him. They will call then. That's why. So you see now they're tried to infiltrate the White House. This is long after the election. It's a disgrace. Hopefully, the attorney general will do what's right? And I really believe he will let me let me clarify some of the president doesn't want to say some things himself here when he said that Obama had tapped his wires. There's a reason for this your number two January sixth meeting with talked about it recently with James Komi went to the White House. What it was it was Komi Clapper and Brennan they went to the White House and the purpose was to tell Trump about the golden shower story of the dossier. They wanted to get the dossier the news, and they decided in a meeting the day before all three of these people in a meeting at the Obama White House that this is what they. Do they would seek a meeting with Trump at Trump Tower, and they would go there and tell him about golden showers. What happened they did? They all three go in and Komi near the end of the meeting asks Clapper and Brennan to leave. Saying he has something he needs to discuss privately with the president-elect, they leave. This is all part of a scam. They leave Komi then tells Trump about the golden showers story, the prostitutes being hired by Trump to urinate on a bed that Obama slept in a Moscow. And Komi does this to try to give Trump evidence? This kind of stuff is out there. This kind of stuff that we dig up trying to defend you, this kind of stuff that people are saying about you out there, and you need to know it. That was all bogus. They were just trying to get this officially in the news cycle in the way to do that. Was to tell Trump. The fact that Trump has been informed makes it news. Komi leaves that meeting and calls Clapper will call him. Clapper standing right outside mission accomplished Clapper, then call CNN Amtel CNN that the president now knows about the dossier and the golden showers story CNN than all this is preplanned seeing and runs a story. CNN got a Pulitzer prize for this. Later on in the year when Pulitzer prizes are awarded CNN got a Pulitzer prize. For tremendous journalism and reporting in uncovering, the golden showers star in the fact that Trump had been told about it that it was a factor in all of this. All they did was get a heads up from Clapper. There wasn't any reporting. They ought to give the Pulitzer back. The New York Times won a bunch of Pulitzers spreading the lies. The intelligence community was telling them that they knew were lies. Anyway. Shortly after that Trump announces that his that Obama has tapped his wires. That's almost a quote, and then Trump packs up the transition team and moves them out of Trump Tower, and they move, but one of his golf courses. Now, I'm told. That Trump was told this. By a member of the intelligence community. That was not part of the Komi Clapper Brennan Obama team. He warned the president that. He was under surveillance. Trump didn't just pull that out of thin air. And now Trump is not the source of this is what I just told you I read it's public knowledge. I've had it confirmed for me, I know who just mentioned name because they don't want to get sidetracked. But it's a name anybody knows. But he was not wrong. He had been given a heads up about it. And he was right. He was being surveilled. They were running a coup against him. At this stage. He doesn't know this at this stage. Zeroing in on flan and his trying to protect Flynn. He calls. Go mckinney. Amini go easy on plant. He's not a bad guy. Vol man, we got obstruction. Now, we got obstruction. So they were thinking, oh, man. We're getting way down the road here on getting rid of Trump. I love the fact that he's now calling this a coup because that is exactly and it still is ongoing. We were told at first Muller was the final word when the mother report came out that was it. Okay. The Muller reports out no collusion obstruction. I mean, they've kicked it into another gear here with all these committee investigations and demands the subpoenas and now threatening administration people with jail if they don't respond. This coup is ongoing. It has been ratcheted up it has not slowed down. It has not taken any diversions. It is full speed ahead. It's now been passed off from Muller and struck strokes Merck and all these people Weisman to Jerry Nadler. And Schumer 'em Pelosi. And whoever else in the house in these democrat committees wants to take a crack at this. Trump continue to talk about this last night as a coup bigger than Watergate biggest scandal in history. This was a coup. This was at attempted overthrow of the United States government. This was an overthrow and it's a disgraceful thing. And I think it's far bigger than Watergate. I think it's possibly the biggest scandal in political history in this country, maybe beyond political. So I think that a lot of things are being learned right now just like you just mentioned just a few moments ago again with struck convey, he's a sick people. He's a six six people. So let's see what happens with McCabe and called me and Brennan and Clapper were in the act, and let's see what happens, and let's see how high it goes up because it's inconceivable when it goes to Clapper Bredon Komi, these people I would imagine that some of the people may be a little bit higher up. Also knew about it. Nino's exactly now he knows what happened do not. You know, the president has this unique ability to make you think he just learned something here's Hannity. Mr president. You heard it struck strokes for just communicating nine days after the election. No, no. It's a legitimate question to the president is fully aware of this stuff. None of this is a shock. None of. It's a surprise. He's he's he learns this long before any of us do. So that's not how you have to listen this you have to listen to them at the previous bite. Hopefully, the attorney general do what's right? And I really believe he will. That's all you need to hear. That means. Bars investigation is serious. This is not Jeff Sessions where he's got a coach him in public or tell him what he wants in public. This is. And then when he says it's inconceivable that when it goes to Clapper Brennan Komi, these people I would imagine that some other people maybe a little bit higher up. Also knew about it. Maybe like he knows what happened here. And he knows it from a unique perspective here. He is Donald Trump. However, you want to describe them real estate developer television reality show star. However, you want to describe him Donald Trump is a self made man, Donald Trump has I don't care what you think of his personality. I don't care what you think of his speech patterns or.

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"amtel" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

10:54 min | 2 years ago

"amtel" Discussed on KGO 810

"Coast to coast AM K G O, eight ten. Welcome back John Greenwald junior with this your phone calls as well. John. There's no question there's probably an appearance government cover up here to hold back on disclosure, in your opinion. Why why aren't they letting us know what's going on? It's a hard one. This isn't a popular answer. But I it's one that I lean towards and that is that the government doesn't have anything to disclose because they are clueless. They don't know. Exactly. What's there? There is no collusion because that's a popular, you know, a theory behind it. But I think they might be confused as as you, and I are on what ultimately is going on in the skies. I think that's a big possibility. I'm not saying that that is exactly how I feel. But I think that that in itself if it were true is a threat to national security because the implication behind the United States being clueless is is fairly detrimental to our society. That's scary. It is that exactly it. And I believe that that plays a role in potentially that true national security threat that number one this is a phenomenon that we cannot control. We don't understand and we can't combat. And I think that that that really is out of everything that I've seen and and have researched. That's what I lean towards because I think that you know, when you get into the intelligence of a civilization that can traverse the stars. And you know that you have to bring up the debate. Would they communicate with us what they cared communicate with us what they care that. We're even here. I mean, there's so many different questions that we have to tackle when answering that and I think it's a in my opinion, very egotistical way of thinking that they would want to come down here and save us and save humanity. Because to be honest with you, it's it's the same. It's it's the same notion that we would go into the middle of the Sahara desert, and, you know, put up a ten foot wall around an anthill to make sure that nothing attacks that little Antill. Sadly, humans aren't like that they they don't plan to flag and try and communicate with the ants. There's very select. A few that are interested in studying the ants. I happen to be one of them. I find them fascinating. But other than that. It's just not how intelligence works, and we are closer to an aunt when it comes to intelligence than it would be between humans and something let's say a hundred thousand or even a million years more advanced than in a lot of questions here in who believes that benevolence comes with great age in great knowledge. That's not necessarily the case if anything they know that it's easier to pilfer earth's and planets that have you know, humans or beans that are inferior to them. That's right. Yeah. Wanted to lash shows I did for history was on this very topic. And it was exploring that if aliens were to come here, and they've potentially were Gress of how would they destroy us? And why and what I did was explored. The reasons why when it came to survival. If you manage was able to leave the earth which one day, we will have to do whether it's tomorrow next month next year next millennia, we're going to have to do it because our planet will end. So if we one day do that, and it comes to the survival of the human race, and we approach another planetary body or planet or whatever. And there's life on it. In order for us to survive. We have to potentially harm or kill that life form that is lesser than us when it comes to intelligence would we do it in my opinion. Yes, we would. And that is the reality of what we're looking at what I did. And the show is explored. Why a telling civilization just wouldn't care if they destroyed something because the reality that the moment humanity learns that aliens are out there. Just one civilization minute. We make contact the odds that that is the only civilization in in the universe is is pretty nil. And why I bring that up is it's that Amtel analogy again that that one anthill is one out of hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of thousands of ants and colonies, and so on that are just on this planet, let alone in the universe. So if they are there, then there are millions of civilizations there and them wiping out just one in order to survive. I don't think out of the question because I think humanity would do it. And they probably have done it before. I would I would guess. Yeah. I absolute guess what about the abduction phenomena? Join. That's an interesting one it it's one that is intriguing. It's but admittedly, it's not one that I focus on. I mean, I've talked a lot of people who have had those experiences. I have a lot of questions, but to be honest with you, I've always felt that I just don't have the the psychological background to really understand it and grasp it, and again, I'm not saying that it's a psychological issue. But what I'm saying is to explore it an ultimately comprehended. I really don't think to be honest with you. Let's go to the phones here for you George in Saint Louis. Welcome to the program, George. Go ahead. Get started. Jar more, John. Here's here's what I don't understand of for for observers on earth to see the beginnings of the universe. That means like lonely trails that certain Steed that means for us being the vision and states beginning of the universe. Vamos that space had to be bent for us, go faster than the speed of light, you know, in order to our telescopes to see that fifteen billion years now how how him have aliens solve the problem of bending space. Did anyone ever questioned that? I think so I the first part if I understood you correctly, I don't I don't think you'd necessarily thebenz base to see light from fifteen million light years away, or whatever it is. It's just that's traveling at the speed of light. That's what what happens the second part of your question. I think that that is. The debate about all of this that that would do have to if you're talking about humans. You have to bend space and time because humans can't survive as you're no, try, right? So but take it to the next step. What if and this is a fascinating topic a show itself that there's a lot of speculation in the scientific community that the the biological selves that we are today, the biological beings that make us human? We are starting to merge with computers were starting to merge with machines. I'm not trying to make this all Sifi on you. But that is the reality of what we're we're going towards, and there's government research, and I've got a lot of foia requests open on this. And I've gotten a lot of documents on it on implanting chips in the brain to control mechanical extensions of our biological self. And so one day, it's not just going to be an arm or a leg that were interfacing with the brain. It could potentially be entire body and the minute you do that the minute you then interface into entirely being mechanical that brings up a whole separate debate. But the minute you merge into a machine like artificial intelligence time as relevant then you can travel the stars at the speed of light or even before it because time is relevant. The only thing the only reason time means something does if 'cause we're biological we die. You know? I mean, that's that's really it in the terms of of the cosmos and the universe. It becomes a relevant. And if if we were achieve that, it's a terrifying notion, but if we were to achieve that that brings up a whole new world so to speak on how we traverse the stars. And that's not me just being crazy. That is a big topic of debate by people much much Marta than me thinking that if we contact aliens one day because a lot of the scientific community does not. Believe we have yet. But if we do it will be with a machine, and it is a fascinating debate. And it's not one that you hear about all the time. John did you come across any documents about the UFO's trying to shut down our nuke missile sites? Yeah. Yeah. And and there are quite a quite a few instances where you have not only the shutting down of nuclear sites, but I've devoted a whole chapter of it in the book of incursions on nuclear installations. So they're seemingly seems to be. An attraction between whatever this phenomena is and nuclear installations, I actually approached at trying to disprove it. But the reality is like especially through the nineteen seventies. There were a lot of UFO sightings that we're seeing in and around these bases with our most powerful weapons and again alien or not it doesn't matter that proves beyond any shadow of doubt. There is a threat to national security. No question entre airy to the to the company line, but there's absolutely documented threat next up. Let's go to baileigh in going to the program. Hi bailey. Hi, Debbie with us. Go ahead. Okay. So I was wondering I watched the movie the fourth kind and I've seen it before. But I just I mean, we were talking about this. I was just listening on it. And I was wondering what his opinion would be on all the footage and recordings from that movie and Abigail Tyler. I'll be honest with you. I'm not real familiar with the movie there. Okay. So what about all the currencies that happened in normal noble? Ask right. It's very it's a frightening. Frightening case, I'm not sure that those are I think that are probably more Hollywood to tell you the truth. We've done a program like that might be worthy of doing another one on that. I'm not so sure whatever happened to these people John something happen. But nobody really knows exactly what it is. It could be ET related. I all definitely have to check it out. I wish I had a better answer for you. But I honestly have not seen a great movie though. Great movie, if you're into something that's a little edgy and scary. That's that's my middle name..

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"amtel" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

14:04 min | 2 years ago

"amtel" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Back. John Greenwell junior with us your phone calls as well. John. There's no question. There's probably an appearance government cover up here to hold back on disclosure in your opinion. Why why aren't they letting us know what's going on? It's a hard one. I this isn't a popular answer. But I it's one that I lean towards and that is that the government doesn't have anything to disclose because they are clueless. They don't know. Exactly. What's there? There is no collusion because that's a popular, you know, a area behind it. But I think they might be as confused as as you, and I are on on what is going on in the skies. I think that's a big possibilty. I'm not saying that that is exactly how I feel. But I think that that in itself if it were true is a threat to national security because the implication behind the United States being clueless is is fairly detrimental to our society. That's scary. It is that exactly it. And I believe that that plays a role in potentially that true national security threat that number one this is a phenomenon that we cannot control. We don't understand and we can't combat. And I think that that that really is out of everything that I've seen and and have researched. That's what I lean towards because I think that you know, when you get into the intelligence of a civilization that can traverse the stars. And you know that you have to bring up the debate. Would they communicate with us would they care to communicate with us? Would they care that we're even here? I mean, there's so many different questions that we have to tackle when answering that and I think it's a in my opinion, very egotistical way of thinking that they would want to come down here and save us and save humanity. Because to be honest with you, it's it's the same. It's it's the same notion that we would go into the middle of the Sahara desert, and, you know, put up a ten foot wall around an anthill to make sure that nothing attacks that little anthill. Sadly, humans aren't like that they they don't plant a flag and try and communicate with the ants. There's very select few. You that are interested in studying the ants I happen to be one of them. I find them fascinating. But other than that. It's just not how intelligence works, and we are closer to an aunt when it comes to intelligence than it would be between humans and something let's say a hundred thousand or even a million years in more advanced than in questions here in who believes that benevolence comes with, you know, great age in great knowledge, that's not necessarily the case of anything. They may know that it's easier to pilfer, you know, earth's and planets that have, you know, humans or beans that are inferior to them. That's right. Yeah. Wanted to lash shows I did for history channel was on this very topic. And it was exploring that if aliens were to come here, and they potentially wear Gress of how would they destroy us? And why and what I did was explored. The reasons why that when it came to survival. If you manage was able to leave the earth which one day, we will have to do whether it's tomorrow next month next year next millennia, we're going to have to do it because our planet will end. So if we one day do that, and it comes to the survival of the human race, and we approach another planetary body or planet or whatever. And there is life on it. In order for us to survive of we have to potentially harm or kill that life form that is lesser than us when it comes to intelligence, what we do it in my opinion. Yes, we would. And that is the reality of what we're looking at what I did. And the show is explored. Why AM telling civilization just wouldn't care? They destroyed something because the reality that the moment humanity learns that aliens are out there. Just one civilization the minute. We make contact the odds that that is the only civilization in in the universe is is pretty mill. And why I bring that up as it's that Amtel analogy again that that one anthill is one out of hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of thousands of Anson and colonies, and so on that are just on this planet, let alone in the universe. So if they are there than there are millions of civilizations there and them wiping out just one in order to survive. I don't think is out of the question because I think humanity would do it. And they probably have done it before. I would I would guess. Yeah. I absolute guess that. What about the abduction phenomenon? Join. What you're thinking? That's an interesting one it it's one that is intriguing. It's but admittedly, it's not one that I focused on. I mean, I've talked to a lot of people who have had those experiences. I have a lot of questions, but to be honest with you have always felt that. I just don't have the the psychological background to really understand it and grasp it, and again, I'm not saying that it's a psychological issue. But what I'm saying is to explore it an ultimately comprehended. I really think to be honest with you. Let's go to the phones here for you George in Saint Louis. Welcome to the program, George go ahead. Get us started. Here's here's what I don't understand of for for observers on earth to see the beginnings of the universe. That means light travels at a certain speed that means for us. IBM position and state the beginning of the universe names that space had to be bent us, go faster than the speed of light. Telescopes to see the next fifteen billion years now how how him have aliens solve the problem of bending face. Did anyone ever questioned that? Yeah. I think so I the first part if I understood you correctly, I don't I don't think you necessarily have to bend space to see light from fifteen million light years away, or whatever it is. It's just that's traveling at the speed of light. That's what what happens the second part of your question. I think that that is the debate about all of this that that would be you have to if you're talking about humans. You have to bend space and time because humans can't survive as you know, try right? So but take it to the next step. What if and this is a fascinating topic a show in itself that there's a lot of speculation in the scientific community that the the biological selves that we are today, the biological beings that make us human? We are starting to merge with computers were starting to merge with machines. I'm not trying to make this all sides fi on you. But that is the reality of what we're we're going towards and there's governor. Research, and I've got a lot of foia requests open on this. And I've gotten a lot of documents on it on implanting chips in the brain to control mechanical extensions of our biological self. And so one day, it's not just going to be an arm or a leg that were interfacing with the brain, it could potentially be entire body and the minute you do that the minute you then interface into entirely being mechanical that brings up a whole separate debate. But the minute you merge into a machine like artificial intelligence time is relevant then you can travel the stars at the speed of light or even before it because time is relevant. The only thing the only reason time means something does if because we're biological, and we die, you know. I mean, that's that's really it in the terms of of the cosmos and the universe. It becomes a relevant. And if if we were achieve that, it's terrifying notion, but if we were to achieve. That that brings up a whole new world. So to speak on how we traverse the stars. And that's not me just being crazy. That is a big topic of debate by people much much Marta than me thinking that if we contact aliens one day because a lot of the scientific community does not believe we have yet. But if we do it will be with a machine, and it is a fascinating debate. And it's not one that you hear about all the time. John did you come across any documents about the UFO's trying to shut down our nuke missile sites? Yeah. Yeah. And and there are quite a quite a few instances where you have not only the shutting down of nuclear sites, but I've devoted a whole chapter of in the bottom of of incursions on nuclear installations. So they're seemingly seems to be a. In attraction between whatever this phenomena is and nuclear installations, I actually approached trying to disprove it. But the reality is like especially through the nineteen seventies. There were a lot of UFO sightings that we're seeing in and around these bases with our most powerful weapons and again alien or not it doesn't matter that proves beyond any shadow of a doubt. There is a threat to national security. No question entree to the to the company line. But there's absolutely documented threat next stop. Let's go to baileigh and the Moines Iowa welcome to the program. Hi bailey. Hi, Debbie with us. Go ahead. Okay. So I was wondering I watched the movie the fourth kind and I've seen it before. But I just talking about this. I was just listening on it. And I was wondering what his opinion would be on all the footage and recordings from that movie about Abigail Tyler. I'll be honest with you. I'm not real familiar with the movie about all the currencies that happened in normal noble. Ask right. It's very it's a frightening. Frightening case, I'm not sure that those are I think that are probably more Hollywood to tell you the truth. But we've done a program like that might be worthy of doing another one on that. I'm not so sure whatever happened to these people John something happen. But nobody really knows exactly what it is. It could be ET related. I I'll definitely have to check it out. I wish I had a better answer for you. But I honestly have not seen a great movie, though, great movie, if you're in the something that's a little edgy and scary. That's say. Well, that's my middle name. Let's go to Robert and fort Madison, Iowa, first time caller. Hi, robert. How you doing George? Okay, sir. Thank you. Yes. To tell you about the clothes. You have both off father in the grateful, easy and the bible to two thousand years for price. Walk the earth. You can read Zeke you'll described circular dent heating, not far wheel. There's five six came down. He said Holly polish Bronco in Greek and they had faces in them. And each time. They turned the all time just like a spaceship. Of course, they had they landed up in it took them over to Israel and the land and showed them how wicked was and when he let him down. He could send a man write this down. But he described I mean, he'd be -scribed to the hills spaceships when they landed a parent when I go up and down move, and so two are with carrying his throne, and that's not a spirit that needs to travel somehow, and you know, man, went to the moon, and he thinks, you know courts. Behind that. You're breaking up on at the end Biblically speaking, John lots of great UFO cases in the bible. Yeah. Funny. Quick story is back when I first started. I was in high school as you mentioned earlier. And in one of my religion, classes, it was a Catholic high school. We did a kind of a debate a debate exercise, and I brought up could we do, you know, UFO's and potential references to aliens in the bible, and they agreed to let me do it. And we actually won the debate. If you can believe it on our side 'cause we explored those bible versus I'm not saying that that's what is in the bible. What what I am saying? There's an enough to reference in there that makes it kinda curious what exactly it is? Because we were going into some of the scriptures that talked about flying scrolls. And we kind compared that contrasted it to people talking about cigar-shaped UFO's nowadays, the buzzword is the pick tack you up. Oh, all of which are the exact same shape. In the sky. But the descriptions go back to how they can describe it at the time it was written. So we pulled a bunch of verses out of the bible that that explained it and at a Catholic high school. I'm not sure how much that went over very well. But who like I said we won the debate. I was pretty proud about it. Let's go to Cornelius in Alexandria, Louisiana. Hello there, sir. Hello, Jordan, John. I was just telling Tommy John that we had a guest UFO siding, a place called nacogdoches, Louisiana, and our news director, Al quarter mindset will coast to coast needs to hear about that. So we had something fall out of the sky near place called Nakisa, Louisiana, which is about sixty miles north of Alexandria. So if you look that you might be able to see that. But I wanted to bring up something I think, it's spiritual technology angel tech almost like that caller that just called behind me. So I believe you can get references from the bible that this is spiritual tech or angel tech, and where they can become physical, and none physical, and I believe you right with man and machine gonna merge, and that'd be the worst thing for us..

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"amtel" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

13:29 min | 2 years ago

"amtel" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Welcome back John Greenwald junior with us your phone calls as well. John. There's no question this probably an apparent government cover up here to hold back on disclosure, in your opinion. Why why aren't they letting us know what's going on? It's a hard one. I this isn't a popular answer. But I it's one that I lean towards and that is that the government doesn't have anything to disclose because they are clueless. They don't know. Exactly. What's there? There is no collusion because that's a popular, you know, a theory behind it. But I think they might be confused as as you, and I are on on what ultimately is going on in the skies. I think that's a possibility. I'm not saying that that is exactly how I feel. But I think that that in itself if it were true is threat to national security because the implication behind the United States being clueless is is fairly detrimental to our society. That's scary. It is that exactly it, and I believe that plays a role in potentially that true national security threat that number one. This is a phenomenon that we cannot control. We don't understand and we can't combat. And I think that that that really is out of everything that I've seen and and have researched. That's what I lean towards because I think that you know, when you get into the intelligence of a civilization that can traverse the stars. And you know that you have to bring up the debate. Would they communicate with us what they cared a communicate with us what they care that. We're even here. I mean, there's so many different questions that we have to tackle when answering that and I think it's a in my opinion, very egotistical way of thinking that they would wanna come down here and save us and save humanity. Because to be honest with you, it's the same. It's it's the same notion that we would go into the middle of the Sahara desert, and, you know, put up a ten foot wall around anthill to make sure that nothing attacks that little until sadly, humans aren't like that they they don't plant a flag and try and communicate with the ants. There's very select few. You that are interested in studying the ants I happen to be one of them. I find them fascinating. But other than that. It's just not how intelligence works, and we are closer to an aunt when it comes to intelligence than it would be between humans and something let's say one hundred thousand or even a million years more advanced than in two questions here. And who believes that benevolence comes with, you know, great age in great knowledge, that's not necessarily the case of anything. They know that it's easier to pilfer. Earth's and planets that have you know, humans or beans that are inferior to them. That's right. Yeah. One of the last shows I did for history channel was on this very topic. And it was exploring that if aliens were to come here, and they potentially were aggressive. How would they destroy us? And why and what I did was explored. The reasons why when it came to survival. If you Manitou was able to leave the earth which one day, we will have to do whether it's tomorrow next month next year next millennia, we're going to have to do it because our planet will end. So if we one day do that, and it comes to the survival of the human race, and we approach another planetary body or planet or whatever. And there's life on it. In order for us to survive. We have to potentially harm or kill that life form that is lesser than us when it comes to intelligence what we do it in. My opinion. Yes, we would. And that is the reality of what we're looking at what I did. And the show is explored. Why a intelligent civilization just wouldn't care if they destroyed something because the reality that the moment humanity learns that aliens are out there. Just one of the minute. We may contact the odds that is the only civilization in in the universe is is pretty nil. And why I bring that up as it's that Amtel analogy again that one anto is one out of hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of thousands of ants and colonies, and so on that are just on this planet, let alone in the universe. So if they are there, then there are millions of civilizations there and them wiping out just one in order to survive. I don't think is out of the question because I think humanity would do it. They probably have done it before. I would I would guess. Yeah. I absolutely guess that what about the abduction phenomenon. John what you're taking? That's an interesting one it it's one that is intriguing. It's but admittedly, it's not one that I focused on. I mean, I've talked to a lot of people who have had those experiences. I have a lot of questions, but to be honest with you have always felt that I just don't have the the psychological background to really understand and grasp it, and again, I'm not saying that it's a psychological issue. But what I'm saying is to explore it an ultimately comprehended. I really don't thing to be honest with you. Let's go to the phones here for your George in Saint Louis. Welcome to the program, George. Go ahead. Get started. The money jar. Here's here's what I don't understand of for for observers on earth to see the beginning of the universe. That means light travels at a certain speed that means for us to be food vision and states, the beginning of the universe names that space had to be bent. Us go faster than the speed of light. Telescopes to see the next fifteen billion years now how how have have aliens solve the problem of bending space. The the anyone ever questioned that I think so I the first part if I understood you correctly, I don't I don't think you necessarily have to bend space to see light from fifteen million light years away or or whatever it is. It's just that's traveling at the speed of light. That's what what happens the second part of your question. I think that that is. The debate about all of this that that would do have to if you're talking about humans. You have to bend space and time because humans can't survive as your way. No, right. So but take it to the next step. What if and this is a fascinating topic and the show itself that there's a lot of speculation in the scientific community that the biological selves that we are today, the biological beings that make us human. We are starting to merge with computers were starting to merge with machines. Now, not trying to make this all Sifi on you. But that is the reality of what we're we're going towards, and there's government research, and I've got a lot of foia requests open on this. And I've gotten a lot of documents on it on implanting chips in the brain to control mechanical extensions of our biological self. And so one day, it's not just going to be an arm or a leg that were interfacing with the brain. And it could potentially be entire body and the minute you do that the minute you then interface into entirely being mechanical that brings up a whole separate debate. But the minute you merge into a machine like artificial intelligence time as relevant then you can travel the stars at the speed of light or even before it because time is relevant. The only thing the only reason time means something does if we're biological, and we die, you know. I mean, that's that's really it in the terms of of the cosmos and the universe. It becomes a relevant, and if we were achieve that, it's terrifying notion, but if we were to achieve that that brings up a whole new world so to speak on how we traverse the stars. And that's not me just being crazy. That is a big topic of debate by people much much smarter than me thinking that if we contact aliens one day because a lot of the scientific community does not. I believe we have yet. But if we do it will be with a machine, and it is a fascinating debate. And it's not one that you hear about all the time. John did you come across any documents about the UFO's trying to shut down our nuke missile sites? Yeah. Yeah. And and there are quite a quite a few instances where you have not only the shutting down of nuclear sites, but I've devoted a whole chapter of it in the bottom of of incursions on nuclear installations. So they're seemingly seems to be a an attraction between whatever this phenomena is and nuclear installations, I actually approached it trying to disprove it. But the reality is like especially through the nineteen seventies. There were a lot of UFO sightings that we're seeing in and around these bases with our most powerful weapons and again alien or not it doesn't matter that proves beyond any shadow of doubt. There is a threat to national security. No question on cherry to the to the company line. But there's absolutely documented threat next up. Let's go to baileigh in the Moines. Iowa welcome to the program Bailey. Hi, Debbie with us. Go ahead. Okay. So I was wondering I watched the movie the fourth kind and I've seen it before. But I just I mean, we were talking about this. I was just listening on it. And I was wondering what his opinion would be on all the footage and recordings from that movie and Abigail Tyler. I'll be honest with you. I'm not real familiar with the movie about all the currencies that happened in normal noble. Ask right. It's very it's a frightening. Frightening case, I'm not sure that those are I think that are probably more Hollywood to tell you the truth. But we don't program like that might be worthy of doing another one on that. I'm not so sure whatever happened to these people John something happened. But nobody really knows exactly what it is. It could be ET related. I I'll definitely have to check it out. I wish I had a better answer for you. But I honestly have not seen a great movie though. Great movie, if you're in the something that's a little edgy and scary. That's that's my middle name. Let's go to Robert and fort, Madison, Iowa, first-time caller. Hi, robert. How you doing? Okay, sir. Thank you. Yes. I wanted to tell you about the flow. You have both up not bother in the great book of Ezekiel and the bible written to two thousand years. For price. Walk the earth. You can read Ezekiel describes circular tedium not part will they're five six year old came down. He said Holly polish wrong degree, and they had faces in them. And each time. They turned the all time to same just like a spaceship. Of course, they had they landed up in them over to Israel and the lamp and showed them how wicked was and when he let him down. He could sell them in write this down. But he scribe I mean, he'd be -scribed to the hills spaceships when they landed they turned when I go up and down a move, and so two r fought with carrying his throne, and that's not a spirit that needs to travel somehow, and you know, man, went to the moon, and he thinks you know, or. So far behind. You're breaking up on us. At the end, Biblically speaking, John lots of great UFO cases in the bible. Yeah. Funny. Quick story is back when I first started. I was in high school as you mentioned earlier. And in one of my religion, classes, it was a Catholic high school. We did a kind of debate a debate exercise, and I brought up could we do, you know, UFO's and potential references to aliens in the bible, and they agreed to let me do it. And we actually won the debate. If you can believe it on our side 'cause we explored those bible versus I'm not saying that that's what is in the bible. What what I am saying? There's an enough to reference in there that makes you kinda curious what exactly it is? Because we were going into some of the scriptures that talked about flying scrolls. And we kinda compared that and contrasted to people talking about cigar-shaped UFO's nowadays, the buzzword is the tic TAC you up all of which are the exact same shape. In the sky. But the descriptions go back to how they can describe it at the time it was written. So we pulled a bunch of versus out of the bible that explained it and at a Catholic high school. I'm not sure how much that went over very well. But who like I said we won the debate. I was pretty proud about it. Let's go to Cornelius and Alexandria, Louisiana. Hello there, sir. Oh, Jordan, Don. I was just telling Tommy John that we had a guest a UFO siding in a place called MAC initially. We and our news director, Al quarter Monsef will coast to coast needs to hear about that. So.

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"amtel" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

14:22 min | 2 years ago

"amtel" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Graham, me JoAnne. I wanna smash now. Me. This is known. Welcome back to the m zone. Jamie Morris, Matt Leach on the other side of the glass, and yes, Michigan basketball is having a game over in Iowa City. Tonight at seven o'clock. But let me tell you something if you're a wrestler. This is what you want to see it's it's on ESPN the big ten network. You can watch tonight. I gotta go to my man, my classmate might former wrestler, Mike Amine, Mike is the owner of wealth strategies financial group, Mike how you doing man. I'm doing great, Jamie. I'm excited about tonight in excited for the basketball team as well. I know I have two horses in the race with wrestling. But I've been keeping an eye on coach be line and his team and make us all proud so shout out to the basketball team for just a unbelievable season. So, but yeah, I'm excited about tonight. It's going down. At seven o'clock. It's going to be live on the big ten network. We take on number one defending champion Penn. State Nittany lions, and we have moved up to number four EPs after upsetting last Friday night. We traveled down to the the other college. You know, that's Matthew Columbus, and you know, what I'm referencing. We went down in and beat those guys and that was a phenomenal win and that brings us up to nine hundred one the season. So really proud of coach for met and the and the team effort that one that this is a huge huge match this huge, man. This is it. Yep. They moved it over to the Bryce Jordan center. It is sold out sixteen thousand fans, and I hear the toughest fans in the country. So they are loud and proud so unlikely so, you know, hats off to Penn State. They've been doing a great job over the last decade programme has been very successful. All I think they've won eight of the last ten and NCAA championship. So they've got an unbelievable run. And we'd like to stop it. We certainly do. Hey, gimme seven the best matches that you're waiting to see tonight. You know, Jamie. Every single match is going to count. We have ten matches is there's a very good chance that starring out at one hundred twenty five pounds. That's a winnable match from Michigan. I think through Matt who's nationally ranked goes up up against a freshman. They've been moving guys around at one twenty five they have not had they have not been as strong as in the past. But you know, they they will they will scrap. So I think that that have match that we can win. I think our number one ranking Stephen each each next week class at one hundred thirty three pounds. We have a great opportunity to take on Roman. Bravo young had a great season. I could rank thirteen in our guy is number one. We're looking for bonus points. I think at one hundred thirty three pounds, and you know, we get ten there that six point if we win by fifteen or more that's five points. So we're looking to hopefully, get some advantage points at one hundred thirty three pounds and then at one hundred forty. Pounds. It's going to be a toss up match. We've got a returning all American in Canaan stores is ranked number five nationally. So this is going to be a great battle. This is a tossup match against their returning all American at one hundred forty one towns, and then at one hundred forty nine my son Malik is going to be tested against the number nine ranked number nine Penn State fold there. And he's you know, it's it's been a really team another swing match if we can get it in our favor and Malcolm his job at one hundred forty nine and pulling upsets that's gonna really help team Michigan. So looking for him to do some big things. Just start to climb that ladder. He's he's now finally ranked in the coaches poll in the top thirty three I think he's like twenty seven. So that's nice to see him rank. But she's got a job to do tonight at one hundred fifty seven pounds. We get we're up against the number one rank defending national champ Jason often goes against two time all American. L can tell you know, last year a Chrysler. Alec went one point match with him, and I can see now Alex Poland upset L toy possibly porn enough. To know Jason north hasn't lost in two years, and they're gonna expect that win. Penn State is at one hundred sixty seven pounds, but I'm gonna I'm gonna have to to to to hope that outpost that upset and gets that swing match at one hundred sixty five pounds. Also, another close match up. We lost last year against defending national champ four defending champs in their lineup. Says it gives you an idea the depth for defending national champs one hundred sixty five pounds. There's going to be Logan Massa against than Joseph who's the defending champion one hundred sixty five pounds. But again that was a one point match last year that they won and Logan watches revenge show. This is kind of a little bit of revenge tool for Michigan wrestling as well since they came in and beat us in Ann Arbor. And it was a good match. But unfortunately, we lost that at one hundred seventy four. Four pounds. We got my other son miles a mean in the in the in the in the number three ranked in the country against the defending champ, Mark hall and also undefeated hall. He's my number one. And again, this was a contestant mass last year both in the dual meet it was at one point matching. It was the finals of the big ten's last year. It was a one point so miles is in three against mar call and would like to see him really pull that upset at one hundred seventy four pounds. And he's you know, he's a team captain. So I'd like to see him lead tonight and show that he's capable of winning this national tournament. So really proud of the season. And he's thirteen and one on the season. I think more calls like fortune to know on the season. So it's gonna be a great match at one hundred seventy four pounds at one hundred eighty four pounds, depending on who we bring out there. There's a JT corral that's a freshman, and we also have Gilani Embry who's been injured who might be back tonight. So look for Gilani to possibly again representatives at one hundred eighty four. Pounds. And I'm not sure who going to pull out, but they do have a number to link at one hundred eighty four pounds and on paper. They're supposed to win that match and possibly major according to the paper's Nittany lion in the Nittany lion country. So they're thinking that they can get bonus points at one hundred eighty four one hundred ninety seven Powell's perhaps one of the best restaurants. Overall bowl nickel has been a three time champ for I'm sorry. Two time champ and the three-time finalists for four Penn State. He's the leader on the team he's gotten well over one hundred wins in his career and he's going for his third title and he's undefeated on the season. And he's pinned most of his guys. So we're gonna really need to step up at one hundred ninety seven pounds, and obviously perform to the best capability, but Jackson struggle is tough. These men showing us that you the cheese and definitely has pulled his weight for the team. So expect great things to happen tonight at one hundred ninety seven pounds, and then the match matching the night another match of the night other than. One hundred seventy four sixty one hundred sixty five and one hundred fifty seven is going to be looking at heavyweight are heavyweight was pulled pulled his Richard earlier this season. And he's when against the number one ranking beat him from Oregon state's now he's up against the number two ranks the last week. He was the common factor to pull that upset against so state. Let's see Mason Perez can pull that tonight against the number two Lincoln the country in the Penn State that there so that's the matchup for tonight. We feel that if we can win six out of ten matches and minimize the the bonus points, we can tell pull a big upset tonight and shocked the rest of the world right now. We're number four in the Nittany lions. No, we're coming. So just make sure that hopefully everybody tunes in tonight at seven o'clock on the big ten network. Mike. You got me nervous on this, man. You got it's tearing you up inside, isn't it? I mean, Mike. No, I can't tell you what to horse in the race. Former alum this. You know, I live in brings wrestling Michigan wrestling and live and breathe wrestling in general. But I say I live and breathe Michigan sports wrestling in particular. But yeah, of course, I'm a little nervous. It's, you know, this is where you're tested, you know, this is this is the matched that you look forward to sometimes not only all year, but maybe once in a lifetime that you now have the caliber athletes had the depth and breadth. I think most of our guys are healthy, and hopefully, they're hungry to you know, to to get out there and give it their best. You can't do, you know, more than just give it your best. We just wanted hitting on all cylinders, and we believe if they hit on all cylinders Michigan can walk away with the win. So I'm I'm excited for the team excited for both my boys, and I'm from Michigan to hopefully, kinda put us on the map. I keep telling ward manual. Wrestling is gonna put us on the map here. And we just they need a little bit of patience, and we need some time. And I think you could see the rains come out there and really put Michigan on the map. So, you know with sixteen thousand fans I'd like to see that happen at Chrysler. We've gotten up to almost ten thousand year last season with the Lyle state and Penn State hosted them, so I'd like to see Christ arena one day, get filled, and can you know, perhaps competes with these high level programs. This may happen, my friend. This may happen Amtel you it's not the it's right around the corner. The way this team is wrestling last year and now into this year, and the upsets they they're creating. I mean, the like you said it's getting right right now this time is now. And if they if they take Penn State down tonight who knows number one, maybe maybe I think they would be deserving because again in order to do that we need to pull some upset. It's really need to beat the national champs were matched up. Really? Well, I mean, we have all Americans were there have national champs. So if we can do what we're supposed to do that changes not only the team ranking, but it showed changes the individual rankings and those are important for CD. They're important for seating in the big ten tournament in March. And most importantly, they're going to be important for the seating meetings in the NCA tournament. So believe me, I think they're going to go out there. No, definitely compete. You know, of course, we're not always talks these guys about going out there and just competing and let you do what you do best. You know, you've trained really hard. You've been doing this all summer long. All winter all winter long. Let's go out there. And let's let's let's not saving anything. Let's put it out on the mat? And if they do that, you know, I'm optimistic cautiously optimistic they can pull this win and pulled us upset and really change things for Michigan wrestling and and have another team then compete for a national title outside of basketball. So that's where we're at. And that's what I'm excited about Mike. We appreciate you giving us the insight giving us. Breaking it down for us. Hey, enjoy being out there and Happy Valley. And I hope it's happy for you. And the rest of the Michigan wolverines, absolutely go blue and love being on your show. Thanks for having me, Jamie. Appreciate you coming on. That's Mike Amine, a former wrestler, and like you said man, he's got two two sons on this team. I mean that are wrestling and he sounds so calm. He breaking it down for again, Mike is the owner of wealth strength strategies financial group. So I mean, it's incredible. I like veal in it. I happy for my nerves. Doing a good job. But as my dad would tell me he says, I always felt fine when I was playing because again, you have control and what's happening being a dad sitting up there in the stands. It's tough. You can do is sit there and watch. So no, I don't know how Mike is keeping it together. I think seventy is for right now. I think once he steps into the arena and might be a little bit tougher forum. But yeah, again, not having, you know, it's it's tough enough being just an alumni somebody who's been out there and who's done it, you watch your team you always want them to do the best. But yeah, having not one but two kids on the team to wrestling. They're both wrestling tonight. I mean good God some talent to I mean, again, big ten wrestling has certainly been tops in the country here the past two years, and that was a big win against Ohio State last week one that, you know, last year Mike would get excited and say, hey, we're right there for these matchups and again me not being the biggest wrestling S nearly as much as he does. But it seemed like he thought we could compete in those matchups and we would always come up a little bit short. We would do, you know perform great, but not not be able to do it across the board have a few individual performance, but not be able to get that that team wins. So I'm hoping that that win against Ohio State can give them the confidence to go down into again. What's going to be a hostile environment sixteen thousand plus it's going to be loud there tonight? It's gonna be wild. It's gonna be wild. And that's why I get excited about other sports as you can see fans, I'm telling you, I'm telling his coping crazy, and I'm all jacked up for two. That's my boy, we grew up together. Yeah. But no. And again, it's great great having another team competing at such such a high level. No, it's it is it is it is wonderful to have another team competing at this level. And you heard him. Hey, we hope to do this and Chrysler Rita to we wanted to do this and Chrysler arena. We wanna have jam packed arena full. And if they do I'm gonna say this if they pull this off they'll be ranked number one, I'm telling you..

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"amtel" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"amtel" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"I think they will cover. I I can't go out there and pick them to win man. I mean, Bama doesn't make mistakes. Like if a team's great like state is really talented, but they make a bunch of mistakes. Bama didn't give you a back door win. They don't make mistakes except occasional specialty punt block last week that kept me money in the first half in a degenerate special. But that line coming down tells me, there's some big money. Now, it didn't cross a key number twelve is not a key number in gambling. But this is. Is going to be the biggest test for sure for Alabama this year. LSU we know had no chance they have no offense. Georgia's got some players. They got a quarterback. I think clay Travis is with me on this. We did discuss this on lock it in yesterday. I think George is going to be a live dog here, man. I will sign I really like their dominant dynasty, and you don't play close games. You're averaging thirty five point wins fourth quarter. You look up and into three point game. Number two two is up late in the fourth quarter. Yeah. So you get you. There is a possibility of Georgia hangs Bama gets tight finally NBA over the weekend. Mondays headline this special for joy and Colin. I know you guys I love this gentleman. You know, the phrase foregone conclusion right away with that. Okay. I think Monday's NBA headline will be MVP is a four Braun conclusion. Have you looked at the numbers guys know LeBron's off his best scoring start in eight years. Really? He's carrying yet. Twenty eight point one points per game. Wow. Absolutely carrying the Lakers. And joy, Colin let me know who am I missing in the MVP discussion. James harden? Forget about it. Okay. As not happening. They stink. Steph Curry's been injured. Kevin Durant played. Well, but I don't know. I don't think they're gonna give him the MVP award media doesn't like we know that who's left Jaanus. Joel Embiid Amtel about time. Four Goodwin in every year. This feels like a good year for LeBron. I mean, Russell Westbrook's been in and out of the lineup pulled Georgia's actually been better than Westbrook this year. I think it's LeBron turns thirty four I believe one month from now Colin MVP for LeBron in LA for bron- conclusions. Pretty funny. Yeah. I I will say this this whole thing about hey, let's shifted around. They have like Lonzo with a ball. It's like you watch the Lakers last night. I quarter fourth-quarter lebrons. Life fellas. Brad out my rock. Yeah. All score. Like, let's just let's stop pretending anything other than what LeBron does. He's going to do here. I feel like Colin half our business is an -ticipant figuring out. What's next where things are going? And LeBron right now is playing so well, I have a feeling he's going to get another title not this year. But if you watch him he's like inviting free agents, hey, come play with me. We can do this. I I can't believe I think LeBron's going to get another title in LA. He's played so well right now, it's absurd. Okay. Jason.

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"amtel" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"amtel" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"I was going to say, well, we went on Cody derive which. I was going to save. Cute is well, I got a question for you. So you have seen arguably some of the greatest NWEA world heavyweight championship titles change hands. Where does last night rank in your memory? Well, because code is dad and knowing he was watching fee latte. You guys noon it to ain't no country song here. Toby, Keith felt it. The whole Bill filter it for weeks. So I understand how Desi would perceive this hold of it, how proud of everybody involved. It it was really significant. It's funny that. I'm I'm gonna tell you that probably the two most memorable end of your title defences and changes for me. Both happened in Chicago land. Ironically eighty nine flair and steamboat villian. Pretty good mash while the way pretty good mash. They only had three of that year that were, you know what? How many stars they got probably eighty. And a half. Those stars does says, I'll get that mesh four and one quarter star. What they do to screw up that one quarter today. The Missa flip. But the flared steamboat was magical man and last night because of the crowd so many you there that was going to see you all emotionally invested in the in the match and they use the. Indicate title. As a as it should be used as a standard bearer, but they made the angle personal. It doesn't personal, doesn't always have to be. I'm mad at you. You're mad at me. So you know, I'm going to bitch dog dog. That's one way of doing it and it happens. It works, but being personal Cody had a mantra. He had a mission is dad's legacy affected be this end up the champion was person personal deal. That became a personal issue. And I'll say this very day guys, I might be wrong. I think they're too many tiles wrestling. I think they've been watered down a great deal. And agrees smart young men and that personal issues, what the money. What we care about somebody strongly that we feel they're in jeopardy. That they're going to get hurt. There's going to be disappointed. Then it means something to me as a whole lot more. So you wanna take some questions from the crowd is discussed for your hand up and I'll come and find you. All right. That's not necessarily throwing it up. It's kind of just doing that. You have to do better than that high up there. What's your name? Where are you from? Which question Ryan from New Orleans. What do you think Vince is reactions going to be when he finds out about Jericho popping up last night. I don't started to have any reaction. He's he's a good note seller. And quite frankly, he's got a lot of fish to fry these days. You know, with everything they're doing, he's competitive, maybe a lot of fire. I don't know, but I don't think I don't think it's going to be anything near the magnanimous reaction that some people believe it could be the veins popping out, red face, seventy Sam. I don't. I don't think that's going to happen. He's got to the stock straight for last week. It's almost gives a shit about all. Do you still have your stock options at nine. What's your name? Where did you from what you question Amtel from northern California. I, I want to say last night was amazing. I think we all had an amazing time. There was so much fun. And at the end, you know Cody and everybody was letting us know that we were part of the reason why this happened that people in the auditory with people. It happened some of the back of my mind though. It makes me feel like the show was cut short in favor of the people watching at home and not the people that were there. And I don't know if anybody else felt that way or if you have any feeling about, so you thought four hours long enough..

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"amtel" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"amtel" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"'cause it sounds like it's going to be a good time show your eye and that's it this week all right see uh whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa ow that that's like my favorite favor favorite thing never in life i used to do that in middle school and get light exrebel because saddam realize is that japan james uh jim carey is actually a vocal is because then nickel with was sorry the white man he was actually singing like which hour which i may not have understood jim carrey with singer he had tone he with absolutely rondo thing and he had boca control there was playing his mandated i'm telling you he was seen all all all right eight eu and that sucks it sounds like the beginning of a beyond say records you should definitely put the home and then go in the whole dream motif they had like it they loop the it was revived amtel it was the song it was anyway i digress today's episode again grown is brought to you by color of change the nation's largest online racial justice organization color change successfully designs campaigns powerful enough to in practices that unfairly whole black people back and champion solutions that move us all forward their new race in the writer's room report reveal many of the injustices that surround the narratives that continues to whitewash the stories that shape america the report also found that when black people were given a true platform the stories that were developed were more nuance in did not invoke racial stereotypes for which some writers reported feeling proud with the emergence of a dynamic movies like lic penta get out in a wrinkle in time it's clear that when we hashtag tell black stories we amplify our truth in positively influence the media narrative visit color of change dot org to join us as we fight for a better world for black people until justices ru.

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"amtel" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"amtel" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Be i'm getting a strong bipartisan bill fifty seven senators are so far support the derg graham bill we want to get over that number and i'm confident that we can get there and if look you've mitch mcconnell decides to totally backtrack on the statement he made in public i think there will be very severe consequences in many tools that can be used to address that issue on looking right now at the vote in the house of representatives and i see that one hundred and fortytwo democrats amtel voted against this fortyfive voted four you'd had what eighteen democrats voting against it in the senate some of them are saying they're worried that what's going to happen is you're going to get right down to the wire before february the eighth that the republican leadership will try to rush something through in the democrats will loons and ability to shape immigration legislation but judy i think there's a bipartisan majority as i said already fifty seven senators on a bill outlined by senators graham in durban so that's a very good starting point to go into this with an i think we will gain on in terms of those numbers and that was something that we'd not been promised before in other words mitch mcconnell had refused to even addressed the issue of dhaka and legislatively look there's absolutely no guarantee that shut off the government had remained shut down for two three more weeks that there'd be any resolution of the daca issue in the spending bill meanwhile we now have this opportunity and everybody should join forces everybody who wants to make sure that dreamers are treated fairly should join forces get this bipartisan bill out of the senate in the next in the coming weeks and then put a huge amount of public pressure on the house if we can put a bill into the house then the country will have to be calling the phones and going to town halls and making sure that house moves forward on this centre you started out by saying the president had not been helpful in this process and there has been criticism of the president being an uncertain negotiator but we just heard mark short the white house legislative director say the president is willing to have a conversation about citizenship for these daca recipients what does that mean to.

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"amtel" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"amtel" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Could go in the mood drove the monju war on coal glen hurry ogooh macron who who i would not make room for abortion and around eleven pm cooler icu coordinator and you know or do not horror population control on or are under control control so uh horrible thing however uh if you don't have a very soon uh program three two and a half could and would be people one india will occur bill they wanted to give her who knows uh um no that will cost money alone said white group we'll have no social security eight or nine months earlier what day it would they want funerals for all miscarriages plumber people do particularly going on the mental who porcu no no parretti even mentioned jeff varner from the current who graham there uh we'll from a real do home the mental right however uh really uh what could uh whole wish you uh what about the many hundreds of people were more rate central africa i mean good god no clue about the real world would want those women who uh a uh good who pregnant crew of aboard facton i mean that i agree should be able anyone who was raped should have the opportunity to have an abortion anyway work uh i'll talk week on wpro alone driver go and he went on a good week but i can understand you a wonderfully and i appreciate so much you're calling even though you have a little lower judges he are and i get show lodge robert o'quinn more here ugglas let's go to asia virna park and welcome vladimir the wcbm good evening mr were good evening well i'll give you a little here though here's a little who hold on i can hear you can you hear me now i can hear you know okay a little history lesson oh with over the centuries there has been my massive killings and gap and destruction if since the beginning of time and eight look at germany with with the seven million jews and it goes on what happened in china uh 100 years ago and all we reigns our had been get uh disturbed about uh isis is like a amtel just because we stepped on them in one area.

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"amtel" Discussed on Podcast Beyond

Podcast Beyond

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"amtel" Discussed on Podcast Beyond

"In severed is so different than totally yeah so like i just i'm very happy they're revisiting that world but i did actually i felt san we've lost lucky to like dirt you is such a brilliant guy i'm actually surprised to see him coming back in very excited to play more of it but um both of those toilet called me off the should've called spunky junior because he plays a little little probability immigrant people would have thought it was a good dumbed down he's eversion for babies of what's berries and keep my my did and i badly spalinski below alsabah first full before we get into the 70s early excited about what should also mention that was a ton of viasa poyton that pressure which i was really happy to see like i'm always looking for that to noah going to be playing for the neck yeah and was a bunch of that are also like that segment that they had kind of e3 but i think it's like almost twice as long of of just games it's at playstation beyond them which is really and they had like a blood and truth than which is sony yes area that yes they they're the guy suited the highest yet which is like one of only was looking to see i think i said that like last episode like an actual version of that showed spooky games conference bougie un you'd will utilize leedle expediency is that one that's like all sound bacelic occurs it's not i felt the five yards actually by listener very cool guy oh us i i feel terrible 'cause i'm also scared of the game but there was no evita support we did not know now mentioned the playstation beyond yeah because his death on us but it it ed rollins on it every single time if that later amtel they announced that it's too i mean it's it is doing finding japan that's why they gotta do th you know send run could girl like looking to looked on against shirt and him or whatever the hell her sonal three dancing moon night and for some five denting startles vita.

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"amtel" Discussed on Beyond!

Beyond!

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"amtel" Discussed on Beyond!

"In severed is so different than totally yeah so like i just i'm very happy they're revisiting that world but i did actually i felt san we've lost lucky to like dirt you is such a brilliant guy i'm actually surprised to see him coming back in very excited to play more of it but um both of those toilet called me off the should've called spunky junior because he plays a little little probability immigrant people would have thought it was a good dumbed down he's eversion for babies of what's berries and keep my my did and i badly spalinski below alsabah first full before we get into the 70s early excited about what should also mention that was a ton of viasa poyton that pressure which i was really happy to see like i'm always looking for that to noah going to be playing for the neck yeah and was a bunch of that are also like that segment that they had kind of e3 but i think it's like almost twice as long of of just games it's at playstation beyond them which is really and they had like a blood and truth than which is sony yes area that yes they they're the guy suited the highest yet which is like one of only was looking to see i think i said that like last episode like an actual version of that showed spooky games conference bougie un you'd will utilize leedle expediency is that one that's like all sound bacelic occurs it's not i felt the five yards actually by listener very cool guy oh us i i feel terrible 'cause i'm also scared of the game but there was no evita support we did not know now mentioned the playstation beyond yeah because his death on us but it it ed rollins on it every single time if that later amtel they announced that it's too i mean it's it is doing finding japan that's why they gotta do th you know send run could girl like looking to looked on against shirt and him or whatever the hell her sonal three dancing moon night and for some five denting startles vita.

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"amtel" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"amtel" Discussed on 790 KABC

"She started tell a better training interacting spirit they said no i need to know if you're good and and he said that if he was going to introduce that if he was going to introduce your amtel directors and producers that eating you know if she was any good and quote he kept repeating it and then she said she offered you provided with their real upper acting work and he said they had a slight smile on his face lisi and the fact that he was sitting said close early cow she started to feel flickinger stomach and the thing that she knew uh she alleged that he had other dipped is why and pulled out his um if painted and at our heart started pounding in mind racing and didn't know how to deal with it helps you get out of it she which wondering how she you know what house it's happening and then she alleged that he grabbed her hand and polled her toward ten and forced her hand onto his peanuts and held it there and she was just throw than with theor she said just try to remain calm try not to seek out because after all she said there was nobody else the office and she kept up the like you know uh let me think about what you're offering i'll get back you but you go now to get them into play and i need give me there soon because we at rehearse she said she was just rambling and that he pulled her that she pulled her hand away a casually she could and that she beat port that he told the pits with how things worked in hollywood and they're all of the actors is that it made it had made it this way and she alleged that he said name anyone any actress you can think of this now they made and quote and she said he spelled it out there and told her that first heat that she would at that she'd have sex with him and then he would take her to party and show her who she needed to sleep with after that he first needed to know quote how good i was and close she said and he told her.

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"amtel" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"amtel" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Have you as always rob is a social critic put them commentator bigger part yuri huffington post contributor any place we would look for you besides having to post on twitter at rob amtel there we go so i'm a little confused by the as always by the healthcare policy is being proposed because we only get a trickle of information and no one seems to really know what's in these plans i'll i keep hearing as veneral grants block grants now the being the big idea here tells of is that is that true a b what does that mean i i think we're being fed misinformation by people that have or are are behaving ideologically on both sides it's making me shit continued now i need real free healthcare it's good hill jimmy kimmel wants to throw out the baby with it fish were thrown out the baby with the bathwater i've always wanted to do abel use that expression maybe is born of blue baby whatever kind of sick child might tragically be broadened to this world he's accusing it republicans and i'm not a republican oh saying oh we're just gonna talk this baby out we're not going to take care of it not true right but but the fact of the matter is obamacare is now working right it's it's it's a doom prospect and republicans have really done nothing to explain those properly other than to say it stinks it's not bad if it it's fairly well i i know it's going to happen i have a crystal ball because i know what's going to happen because it's always happen so here's here's what i predict it's going to get thrown back to the county's the hospitals and the doctors again to build another in catchment that and we because we would you know put the president's first we don't put anything else ahead of that we do the care this necessary to do be done there are laws require us to do so thank goodness and that's where it's going to end up i edge i just know it that's weren't always ends up the my wrong i i think you are white too because nobody wants to take respond kennedy and others saw it that's right and all my son getting his masters in business administration at columbia university right now my wife got her mba there and the.

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"amtel" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"amtel" Discussed on KPCC

"Homeless camps that line the santa ana river it's part of a plan to clear those camps and find permanent housing for the hundreds of people living there more from kpcc's jill rep local lieutenant jeff puckett overseas the orange county sheriff's department homeless outreach team up until recently he says that he must focused almost entirely on trying to connect homeless people with social services now he says they'll be enforcing the law but undeniable at terrific criminal element of get out there he says the sheriff's department will crackdown on victimbased crimes like assaults and robberies in the river bed camps and he hopes that will also help lessen crime in surrounding neighborhoods tim party helps how he and his wife manage the park royale mobile home park in orange which borders the river he says crime has increased dramatically in a park as the neighboring homeless encampment has ground in the last fourteen months we've had over a hundred and sixty by dolan some homeless people camped along the river have also complained about crime but some advocates for the homeless fear that the sheriff's department also plans to crackdown on minor violations which could make life even harder for homeless people covering orange county amtel rep level tomorrow at the anaheim city hall the anaheim city council vote on whether to declare a local emergency to deal with the homeless camps along the santa ana river fresh air with cherry gross at eight o'clock but first we check the damage in florida from hurricane erma that smacks 738 kpcc supporters include their richard in karen carpenter performing arts center in long beach presenting.

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