13 Burst results for "Andrew Yellow"

"andrew yellow" Discussed on Prescribing Truth

Prescribing Truth

05:39 min | 7 months ago

"andrew yellow" Discussed on Prescribing Truth

"To make it out to be but no we're going to deal with it as such all right so this is get to it. Hello everybody is andrew yellow. I know it's been a while since we've had an opportunity to connect But as many of you know. I decided to take some time away to work on myself. deal with some issues that i was having I went away to rehab to focus on my issues with alcoholism having grown up in a household where my father battled addiction to alcohol in later died from complications from that deadly addiction. I know well the toll that alcohol can take on not only the individual but also on the family i know will the toll that it took all my father's dreams on his hopes On his ambitions. And i knew that if i didn't want to recycle many of those same issues for my children that i had to do something about it. I had to do it now. with a lot of encouragement from family and the people who love and care about also got into therapy where i could start to talk through some of what was going on with me I knew that if i had not dealt with issues of addiction and The numbing that i chose we alcohol. There was no way. I could start to pull back the layers and talk about what was truly happening underneath. therapy created the outlet for to be able to do that to be able to talk to somebody. I have totally underestimated the impact. That losing the race for governor had had on my life In on the way those impact started to show up in every aspect of my life I didn't wanna talk a motionlessly or really deeply about what had happened in the race for governor because it was a constant reminder of failure and mild personal failures It was a reminded that i had let so many people down. It was a chorus of this voice..

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"andrew yellow" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

14:25 min | 1 year ago

"andrew yellow" Discussed on Overdue

"This is a head. Gum podcast while Andrew and Craig believe the joy of discovery is crucial to enjoying any well told tale. They will not shy away. From spoiling specific story beats when necessary. Plus these are books. You should have read by now. Uh It wasn't a raccoon. Andrew wasn't a raccoon that adolescent raccoon. That was giving me so much trouble last week. Hi Welcome over to gas at the books even mean to read when he was Craig. My Name's Andrew and if you're just tuning in you will remember that last week when we recorded Craig had an animal and his wall that was giving him a lot of grief he had a roommate move in and clean squatters rights in our wall and after hearing the animal noises over the phone a man said with a pretty high degree of confidence as I recall that it was definitely an adolescent recruit. Yes that was not. That's not how turned out. How the story turnout? No a very kind. Man named jared came to my house the next morning and promptly within hearing it and he had also laid eyes on outside of the building said. That's starling that's a Birdie or wall and he'd spent half an hour trapped inside our closet after cutting and then he said Hey. It's two birds in there. So and they shoved him in a cage humanely and then sealed up our wall and left never to be seen again. They say burn. The hand is worth two in the wall. Yeah I guess just like is the exchange rate one adolescent raccoon equals to starlings and is that why he thought it was an adolescent birds dressed up as a raccoon. I guess maybe just the guy on the phone had dealt with enough raccoons that he he taught we got told a story about how young raccoons like lose their way in the tunnels between houses. And this was like no bird got in through a hole and then fell and then the big bird didn't WanNa leave it behind which is noble. I suppose but we didn't get any sleep so I was. I've never been less angry. No more angrier animals. I think than I was those days. But we're we're we're here now and there are still allow birds in our neighborhood. But they're not in my house which is where they should be so. That's one story wrapped up on this. Podcast we love story. That's normally when we're not getting animals in places where animals shouldn't be each chivas. Reads a book that we've never had before and we tell the other one about it and you. The listener gets a ride along. Yeah you read this week Show I read. My Grandmother asked me to tell you she sorry Frederick Bachmann it is also published in the UK. I think as my grandmother sends her regards and apologizes. Which do you like better? I do think I like the US version better. Because I want I want the. Uk wanted to be. My Grandmother Sends Her regards and apologies. Holiday is is very odd though I guess in keeping with the t tell you she sorry. It's like more active than sends her regards and apologies. But I do like the tell you she sorry it. Just it's simpler. It's I duNNo. It's more direct. Maybe that's more American of me. Yeah Bachman is what. He's Swedish right. Yes I think the translation is by henning coach and in Coke And I enjoyed the translation. Just fine I had no like. I know I had no ringing. Endorsement is fine there. We've talked about some novels. I could translate it and it's like you can't you lose a sense of auth intent sometimes because I think we talked about this a little bit on the shadow of the wind episode like. Yeah where is it leaning into the Gina and whereas is it leaning into just a flowery translation and the fact that this book is a very close third person of seven going on eight year old helps with elect directness of the language Like feeling justified in world but also probably keeping the translator from like kind of getting out there on on a limb. I don't know what am I wanted. this was recommended to us by one of our patrons supporters. Susan thank you Susan. Susan didn't provide any additional information very excited to Dallas to read this book. So that's all was just GONNA have have to reverse engineer Susan's opinion about the spot. Hey that's okay there you go. That sounds good What do you got Bachmann or the novel Andrew Yellow just a little bit on on Bachman in the novel so the novel like US says published in two thousand fifteen in the US and in the UK and then originally in twenty thirteen in Sweden This Bach Men's second novel His first a man called Ova which I watched a movie trailer they can. I kept going back every time a character said his name. So that's that's the best pronunciation. I got based on the trailer for the film. Sure the Swedish movie that came out in two thousand fifteen by the same name. A man called the. Yes which is far as I could tell us about a crank uelmen with a gold cranky all may with a heart of gold and this book is littered with Cranky people with hearts of gold. So you can see. There's a if you've you've read a man called Ova you probably will feel right at home and liked it like you'll feel at home in this book because I there's a similar worldview. I suppose that's what I was when I was reading through a reader reviews of of this. I saw a couple of people mentioned. You know I've I've read a bunch of Walkmans work in. This is the most similar to the man called who've except with a bunch of other stuff which will get into sure. Sure Yeah other books include Britain Marie was here. Bear town which sounds like a fun us against you and then Avella's every more and every morning the way home gets longer and longer and the deal of a lifetime and in a nonfiction book called things my son needs to know about the world Britain. Marie was here. Might be in the same universe like fictionally as This book my grandmother etc. Because that's one of the main key one of the characters that we meet one secondary characters that we meet and from what I read about. The Synopsis Picks up where that character leaves off in this book of a woman whose marriage falls apart and she goes off to explore a new chapter in her life. SO I don't. I don't know that it's been called a sequel. I would have expected it to be but the more of a view askew never S- situation. Yes definitely where things are where. Things are vaguely related by virtue of not directly contradicting on. Oh sure times silent Bob shows. I forgot that that's what that universe was called and I forgot that it was a universe. Yeah the older guy. Like every seventy five episodes or so I bring up the view esque universe in reference to some world building. One of those movies I've ever spent real time with his dogma which I don't know if it holds up but I liked it I like at the time and I think I choose to leave it back there though. Alan Rickman is good. In as our CAU- Yes Allen. Richtman is good in it interesting okay. That's all I got about him that he did he's a he's also like a newspaper columnist and essayist and then got into novel writing There's a New York Times profile of on him from twenty sixteen mostly on the like. Wow this guy's sell us books like Well like why the itsel lots of books in America like. How did that happen okay? That's it traces. It from like the rejection of the Ova manuscript which he said one publisher said we like your novel. We think you're writing has potential but we see no commercial potential and one of the like booksellers who acquired the rights. Peter Boylan said I had a great voice and it was different from everything else I was reading. It wasn't Scandinavian Nawar Scandinavian. He paused searching for the right description. Something Else I. It is interesting to think about it as a as an American book industry though like the Swedish export from the like mid to late arts was stieg Larsson and like the girl with the Dragon. Tattoo and now homing and then this guy. That's more I've never read any of those. But that's more of like a thriller. Yes yes archetype. Right yes And this is very different at a whole different thing so reading reading reviews about the book. And because because you asked me to just let come with some kind of vague handle on what the book was. Yeah please and like you said to me like it's not quite sick. Lit like the the new on air because because we talked about it or on her own but not when we were playing. Drive trucks right. Cyclic is a sort usually. I WANNA a fiction. A character dies or is dying in that is the like you the instigating event of the story or just like a access that everything sort of yes the What's the John Green Book Palmar our stars our stars. Maybe it's either a walk to remember and or the Britney Spears movie crossroads. Yeah it's some you gotta spend the last good times with someone's life a book. The one that I that came to mind that I read for the show while but I still think about sometimes said tell the wolves I'm home. Oh have it here. It's a girl's uncles. Mike Boyfriend is dying of AIDS in the late eighties early nineties sure sure and teaches the girl a little something about life along the way like. It's easy to be dismissive of the of the genre and so so this isn't quite that but it's sort of playing in that wheelhouse is a character. Death in that does set the events of the of the book into motion but it sounds like in addition to just being about Mike people with hearts of gold. It's also got some like sort of magical realism means. Sort of make believe it has a main believes going on. Yeah let me give you the really reductive sentence that I put in our chat before we started recording already. He already gave it to me. You don't have to you have to give me again. That's why I'm saying I have it already. Let me say it out loud in case anyone else needs to hear it. Okay if you think that's necessary. Eight-year-old learns that a bunch of adults in her life are more connected than she thought and that everyone is more complicated than they seem at first glance and that is definitely what happens in the book and it is run through this. You Know Main Character Elsa who is seven going on eight. She is quote unquote. Different is a for is a term that both and people people who like her and people who don't like her consider her different and it's like either a good or a bad thing based on whether or not you like her she's A very precocious kid. She's Super Smart. She loves to read But she also loves to tell people when they're wrong and loves to people. Love love to like wind. That super endearing wheeled that knowledge that she you know really ingests a lot of information and then like is pretty insightful. About how people behave and just her peers. Her seven year old boys are not prepared to receive that type of treatment from anyone let alone. A girl If you can't hear my I roll and the whiplash gave my neck for being a seven-year-old boy there for a second So she really only has one friend who really gets her and that is her granny who I think is seventy seven and she has. She's she is seven and then granny seventy yes. Yes and granny is like Man Take multiple versions of the like outside the box grandparent from fiction but like and roll it into one but like she's not super problematic like she's not you know spouting off with stuff that she shouldn't say necessary racist racist grandma she's more like the grandparents from. Hey Arnold yes she's A. She's an agent of chaos. Graham is and her and Elsa get along very very well and so the it's not quite the inciting in the book but the major incident in the first quarter of the book is that Granny does pass away from cancer and she leaves this like Treasure Hunt of letters for Elsa to find and then deliver to various people who live in their apartment building And over the course we'll get we'll dive deeper than this.

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"andrew yellow" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

13:18 min | 1 year ago

"andrew yellow" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"That we're figuring it out. Dawson did not send the files anyone's and we're trying to get them from him and if not download. Acs and clip it out of there. It's just going to take a few minutes but I was. Acs last week or can't remember. I can't remember when maybe it was Wednesday. Show or something like that was awesome generous or was it a corolla. Inspired Dawson riffing. Or what was the I? I told Chris Max Pat I said to him. I was thinking about Gary Condit. Like there's going to be winners. Everyone thinks there's going to be. Everyone is a loser from this corona virus. But then I said Andrew Gillum. He's a winner. Andrew Gillum is a huge word Harvey Weinstein. He hasn't missed that he was just gonNa say Harvey just got fucked by this thing to Ne- well it's timing. Is Everything I man. Andrew Yellow was the former whatever Florida. Whatever the exact prostituting the speed bag in his hotel room and nobody's heard about it. Yeah and this is Went into any did the usual. I'm going I'm working on myself. I have a question for you. And you up Mike Lynch. We're talking about Legalzoom and I got a question and yeah so I said to Chris. Let's just make a bit out of the winners or from the Corona Virus I think about Mike Lynch time. Because he's a great guy rate therapist he really gifted and he's a really good writer and he's there in Massachusetts and he's he lives. I is a guy who tried to get my booze into Massachusetts and they don't let you do anything over there. They're very heavily regulated myself. Why is that? Why do people like that are appreciate it? And so he was explaining to me then. Not only through the whole rigmarole. He had to go through to get licensed in Boban Hours. That wouldn't transfer from La to Massachusetts or California and Massachusetts fucking huge hassle. Everything was just so he could hang a shingle out. Do his practice. And I thought to myself whether you're roofer therapist the person that needs to know whether you're qualified or good or not is your client but you know what I mean if they're seeing results if they're sitting in a room alone with you if you're fucking winding up a beanie they'll know you're not good and I remember him saying well. You know when I came on your show and I talked about I got. I got a lot offers from people but sadly many offers were from out of state and they wanted to do connect via the phone or teleconferencing or something like that but Massachusetts done allow that what the fuck what do they. What do you mean? They don't allow it. Why not it's between you and other person in the other state who wants to hear what you have to say about them or to them. Why is the fucking government? GotTa get involved with this. And this is sort of randomness like if we both live you know I was in Kentucky and he was in Mississippi than we could do it but I'm in Massachusetts. He's in Mississippi. So we can't do it. I'd be with what his frustration with the law. If I WANNA go I remember when this doing the small at case in Illinois that this retired judge files a complaint with the state bar against me for because for one. I think the way she did she did one of the appearances. You in three consolidated actions Listed had entered an appearance with Tina. And there's a state bar you get pro hawked in and you have to go through that. And apparently I had called the day before saying okay filed this new action. Do we have to get licensed again proactive again? And they said Hey. We never really figured that out because the case was dismissed and then revived and so she files us and that provoke a state bar investigation on the New York for Tito in Illinois in California for me I mean you know they they go away but that kind of stuff drives me crazy. I'll give you another example happened. This week There was about a year ago. Maybe eleven months ago the Olsen. Dario brothers sued me and Tita for defamation. Because and in the court opinion you'll be happy to know it's rife with benches of reasonable doubt. Went down there called in for re. They took statements that she made and they tried to. They tried to torture it into into defamation in the federal judge did An admiral job and you know why it's admirable. It was against me and against the firm but I said at the time it was shocking to me that this case was filed in the first place. You had a press conference about it. I remember my statement was. This is the most ridiculous thing I've ever seen a lawyer on the case. And yes I could talk about my client and by the way my client as a duty. He wants his lawyer to zealously. Defend them but it goes back to your thing that it's people misusing the system you know. They filed that lawsuit against me. Think there will be no consequences. Stay tuned there will be consequences and stay tuned. It's not GonNa be in Illinois but they they're the government insinuates themselves into things that they shouldn't do like as Lynch like with lawyers in a leave others unscathed when when it's difficult. I mean right. I don't know if I assume Laughlin is not a lawyer but I'm not so sure if borough isn't a lawyer right so they don't mess with Feinstein Company but they do senior wait themselves into Mike Lynch Mike later because Paul God forbid that he talks to somebody who want into tries to do some good by alleviating pain because what he does. And we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA get in the middle of that shoehorned into that. I have that covert winners ready. Okay here the.

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"andrew yellow" Discussed on Sword and Scale

Sword and Scale

10:04 min | 2 years ago

"andrew yellow" Discussed on Sword and Scale

"To work today. I swell got some split into. He said, well, you might wanna call California. Okay. Why would we wanna call California law enforcement officials in Illinois, Indiana and California say they've never met a suspect who documented his killing, so thoroughly? He recalls everything from where and how he shot each victim down to the clothes. They were wearing one officer says he sounded like a novelist. It was like the details as much as his victims were the trophies your yellow submits to the slayings of eight women going back to college student. Robin, Bradley in nineteen eighty six more than eleven years had passed since then and your yellows was finally behind bars. But the legal saga that followed lasted another twenty one years survivor of a serial killer speaks out. K murdered at least eight women, but she escaped now she's preparing to face them again, in court, CBS news, Tom waits down with her joins us for this interview. We're talking in the break such a powerful interview at this woman. Her story is very intense. Jennifer Asmundsson says she's ready for years to confront the man who tried to kill her, but delays in the legal process have dragged on for years, almost twenty four years to the month since early Alice tried to sexually assault and ultimately kill Asmundsson. She is still seeking Justice trial date was set for this week. And then another delay. So frustrating, it's so frustrating because I always get told that it's going to happen. He was convicted of the murders in Illinois back in two thousand two and later extradited to California where he's been awaiting trial ever since it's just ridiculous. How long it's taking said wants to receive a death penalty. But she's worried. It will be repealed. This November voters will decide on prop sixty two which could end it. And it's for why this has been so delayed. It's just routine legal motions on both sides, after his arrest in nineteen Ninety-seven legal and political debates delay the Andrew yellow trial opening for four years in two thousand one the trial for the murders of two of the three wolf lake victims, you're lucky and Huber begins at the time the question is whether or not your yellow should be punished with the death penalty and on may thirtieth two thousand to the decisive answer is. Yes. But less than one year later, a study by Northwestern University, Illinois determines that some death row inmates had been innocent, and therefore, all one hundred sixty seven people sentenced to death, including your yellows would have their sentences commuted to life in prison, April twenty fourth two thousand four the proceedings begin for Cassandra Corum, the third will flake victim here. You're yellows pleads guilty claiming he was mentally ill. The judge nonetheless, re sentences Yeary Alice to death on may tenth two thousand four, but seven years later on March, ninth, two thousand eleven today in this room, under the watchful eye of president ABRAHAM LINCOLN by a constitutional majority of the members elected to the general assembly in buying my actions, as governor, we have abolished the death. Penalty in Illinois the land of Lincoln, this was the most difficult decision that I've made as governor, it was made after many days and nights of reflection and review, it became law today, with my signature also commuted the sentences of fifteen members of death row who were convicted and sentenced to death. I believe it. We abolish the death penalty in Illinois. We should abolish it for everyone. Lives on October sixth two thousand eleven year yellow arrives at the Orange County jail where the district attorney intends to prosecute him for all five California murders. According to the DA's press release your yellow is eligible for the death penalty seven more years of legal battles, follow until may twenty third two thousand eighteen when you're jealous is convicted of all five murders to understand the evil. This man has committed put yourself in Jack Riley shoes. More than thirty years ago, his then twenty three year old daughter, Robin Braendli became the serial killers first known victim. Her father had to listen to the details while sitting just feet away from the killer in court.

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"andrew yellow" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

10:59 min | 2 years ago

"andrew yellow" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Of Florida running for governor of Florida. Now, Rick Scott is running for Senate. He was the governor is the governor now and Andrew gillum is the democrat nominee for governor. Who's a far left wing socialist, Ron I appreciate you. How are you? I'm doing good. How are you doing? I'm living the dream. And really glad to have you on. It would be. It would be bad of me to not start were the most important story in Florida's happening. And that's Panama City in that area. I know that you've been there a lot you've been you've been monitoring what's going on. You've been talking to the people fill my listeners and viewers in on what you see there. And how things are going. Well, they really got wack. I mean, we've had I'm born and raised in Florida. We've seen a lot of storms. I was young when homestead ninety two by the worst damage I've seen in terms of Panama City in terms of Mexico beach and femininos areas, so cell service and was towed away out. They're starting to give power back off. Structural damage. Can you had basically about category? Five head. I've talked to some of the Sierra. They're they're actually progressing a little bit ahead of schedule. Which is good. I think you know, one of the Sarande neighboring counties golf county. They're gonna have their power on by the end of the day. It's supposed to be back on we're gonna take another week or two. But you know, there's just certain amount of damage that we're going to have. Secondary. Obviously we're talking to Rhonda Santa's former congressman he's a Republican running for governor of Florida gives Andrew gillum. This is secondary. Of course. But I have heard reports, and I've seen reports I've read reports that voting might be an issue. It might be not as easy to vote because a lot of the places that are traditional polling places in that region of the Gulf Coast are gonna be out is that getting handle the second taking care of who's working on that. It is. So there's the governor's working on that some of the local folks, I think what you're going to see is they'll probably be extraordinary accommodations for the people that were displaced or just for the people you're still in the county. You're looking at having additional polling location. And then I think there's gonna be some consideration for you are displayed you can vote in other counties in your vote could still count. So I think they're working on that by sensors is that that's something. That's doable. And I think that they will look I mean, you know, a lot of these folks are not necessarily thinking about voting on the first thing on their mind at the same time are resilient people. You know, the people in bay county. I mean, they're so they're very thin at minded. So I think a lot of them even though they got a lot of this deal with I think they're gonna really appreciate having the opportunity to cast a vote Republican Ron to Santa's running for governor of the great state of Florida wrong. You may or may not know this. I've got several state. Nations in Florida, very highly rated in south Florida, which is where I grew up. I'm I grew up in south Florida is there for twenty one years, and I love the area. Go back all the time. My mom is there. My sisters are there. And I thought I understood the politics of the area. I clearly don't there's there's a sea change that happened since I've moved away that I didn't see coming and the southern tier of Florida that is very heavily populated is is having a fight whether it's center, right or center left, but of a lot of like the school districts and school boards and a lot of the sheriff's offices do lean left. How much of a challenge is it for you to get any movement in the south southern part of the state, which is so populated to understand the yours. You're a conservative guy that believes in traditional American values that and that's a good thing for Florida. Well, look, we're getting we're getting good traction. I mean, I think if you look at south Florida at the Miami Dade County, huge energy with Cuban-Americans other Hispanics, like Venezuelans and Nicaraguans who understand the dangers of socialism. They don't wanna see socialism in Florida. They know it didn't work in their home countries. We also have a very significant contrast, which usually doesn't work this way in Florida politics. But I'm one of the leading pro Israel leaders in the country have been in the congress hostile to Israel. I mean, he is endorsed by a group that dream defenders, which is prominent in the movement against Israel. They say Israel to genocidal apartheid state. I led the effort to move the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. I think that was a great oppose it Gillam opposes having our embassy in Jerusalem he opposes recognizing Jerusalem. If Israel eternal indivisible capital. So when you look at some of the voters who that is something that they are concerned about we have an opportunity to make some headway in areas that may be a Republican wouldn't because the Democrats even though their party has drifted more and more anti Israel, and Florida usually nominate somebody who's pro Israel, but they didn't miss sign the nominated Andrew yellow who's really aligned with the radical left, which is really a very hostile to Israel. Now, he's anti he's anti Israel. He's also anti freedom and liberty. He's also pro taxation and big government. He's also pro-abortion me. The guy's a socialist. He wants Medicare for all we can get into all the problems with him. But I think that it's it's even more beneficial to talk about the positives that you bring to the table, you know, it's interesting to me Ron in. I live in southern Texas now, so I grew up around Hispanics. I now live in a place where it's a predominantly Hispanic. I've never met a Hispanic person who generally spee. Taking is Catholic or Christian who is some far leftist loon. Why is it that the Democrats have always been able to count on that Hispanic vote? And what a guys like you and me have to do to let them know that we are on their side. Why don't have the day that they have always been able to the Hispanic vote is not monolithic. I mean in Florida, you know, we have a lot of conservative Hispanics and in south Florida, and it's just different than I think what you would see in Texas or California. And then of course in central Florida. You know, we've had a burgeoning population of people who are Puerto Rican. I've been very involved in a lot of those issues. I'm actually endorsed by the sitting congresswoman from Puerto Rico. He's a Republican in a friend of mine. And so I think the reason why Florida we're doing good it because we're producing economic opportunity is Republicans. I mean, we have the lowest unemployment in the history of our country. I think we can do even better in Florida. You're not gonna do that though. If you do what Gillam wants to do which is raise taxes forty percent, you a single payer healthcare, you're on and on it goes that would really be the end of Florida's economic momentum. So I think a lot of these folks really across the border looking at it and say I want to be able to have a job. I wanna be able if I work hard to be able to get ahead. Well, clearly, if that's what you're looking to do then I'm your guy because I'm going to Bill the Parma success Florida has has had economically. I am not going to tear it down with convinced Katori pats policy. It's Ron Ron Santa's. He's the Republican running for governor of the state of Florida former congressman from down there. But let me talk specifically about schools school safety. You know that I'm a good friend of of Andrew Pollock who of course, tragically lost his daughter meadow. In parkland, Florida at MSG high school in February fourteenth that area of the state was put on the international map as ground zero of gun control versus you know, armed guards at the schools. You've got people in school boards like this guy. Runcie who is a promise program. Obama guy who will ignore the the violent criminal history of students. Just so that they don't have a a record when they get out of school for some reason. What can you do should you become the governor? I hope that you will become the governor. I think you're gonna but what can you do from that office from that position to stop allowing sheriff's like Israel to turn a blind eye to a bad guy who could walk on campus and kill a bunch of people to get people off school boards. Like Runcie who is going to ignore criminal records of people like this eighteen thousand nine hundred fifty three fifty eight I don't say his name, I say his his prison number. What can you do from that position? From that office to shore up our schools in guarantee, your kids are gonna come home at the end of the day. Well, if you had the way Florida works is if you have an official like the sheriff who's elected countywide, the governor can remove them from office. And I said after plan. After seeing sheriff, Israel, go on CNN blame other people how for the cameras not the honest with the people of Broward County. I if I were the governor that I would have removed Israel. I think that was appropriate thing to do what I'm in the navy navy diet, right? When the when the ship runs aground, the captain of the ship is held accountable. That's just the way it is Israel was saying, hey, I gave the dia bad. What am I supposed to do? Not my problem. That's not leadership. That's passing the ball. Right. I thought it was disgraceful the way you handle themselves. So that is one tool you have that obviously, I'm working with the N B Pollick. As well to make sure that we do need to do that the school districts are able to protect their students. Thanks school districts will do a much better job there. I think Andy had a lot of problem getting the Broward school district heavily bureaucratic a lot of very left wing ideas. For listen to reason, he was trying to elect new school board. Members. So that they could remove Runcie exam, and they narrowly lost. So as I was disappointed to see that. Because I agree with you run sees policies help facilitate what happened in Iran, would you lean on a guy like Grady Judd, in Polk County to to sort of be guide to other county. He's doing great work there. As far as school safety goes. Absolutely. I grew. We were in Bartow county. Couple of days ago, Grady, endorsed me with a bunch of the other share at a huge huge plots for me in this rate, dab almost a unified support of law enforcement throughout the state of Florida partially because I've been very strong in support of them and have a great record. But go means unusually hostile in men and women in law enforcement, and they realize that he's governor they're going to have a target on their doctors, and he will demagogue the police if he will use law enforcement political football, I agree with ya. Rhonda Santa's Republican running for governor of the great state of Florida to Andrew gillum. Let me just give you some quick hits in about a minute that we have remaining I really appreciate your time. Run taxation that looks like tax cuts two point. Oh or on deck here. If the house, you go to the Democrats, that's not gonna happen as the governor of a state, would you support the president and continuing to lower our taxes as Floridians where people in the United States. Damn right. That was that was pretty quick. All right pro-life. Obviously are you for defunding Planned Parenthood, even on the state level? Yeah. Absolutely. When it comes to this caravan of illegal immigrants coming to our border. What should we do? We can't just keep on giving you because I know the Gillam wants to give a path to citizenship for anybody who can sneak across the border. What do you do? That will go him. He wants to Bosch ice and he wants an open border. So. With the caravan should just be able to go in that foreigners get to determine who comes to our country..

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"andrew yellow" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

10:54 min | 2 years ago

"andrew yellow" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The Joe pags show. Glad to have you here for Friday, a free speech Friday and really glad to have the Republican candidate for governor of the great state of Florida. It's Rhonda seat is Ron how are you? I'm doing good. How are you doing? I'm living the dream. And really glad to have you on. It would be. It would be bad of me to not start were the most important story in Florida's happening. And that's Panama City in that area. I know that you've been there a lot you've been you've been monitoring what's going on. You've been talking to the people fill my listeners and viewers in on what you see there. And how things are going. Well, they will we got wack. I mean, we've had born and raised in Florida. We've seen a lot of storm that was young when Andrew homestead in ninety two. But the worst damage I've seen in terms of Panama City in terms of Mexico beach and some of the area, so. Of the cell service. Rydin was totally out. They're starting to give power back on. Of structural damage. You had basically about category five head. I talked to some of the sheriffs. They're they're actually progressing a little bit ahead of schedule. Which is good. I think you know, one of the Sarande neighboring counties Gulf county they're gonna have their power on by the end of the day. It's supposed to be back on which was gonna take another week or two. But you know, there's just certain amount of damage that we're going to have. Secondary. Obviously we're talking to Rhonda Santa's former congressman he's a Republican running for governor of Florida gives dangerous Gillam. This is secondary. Of course. But I have heard reports, and I've seen reports I've read reports that voting might be an issue. It might be not as easy to vote because a lot of the places that are traditional polling places in that region. The Gulf Coast are going to be out. I is that getting to handle the jacket and taking care of who's working on that. It is. So there's the governor's working on that some of the local folks, I think what you're going to see is they'll probably be extraordinary accommodations for the people that were displaced or just for the people you're still in the county, you're looking at adding additional polling location. And then I think there's gonna be some consideration for you are displays you can vote in other counties, your vote could still count. So I think they're working on that by centers is that that's something. That's doable. And I think that they will look I mean, you know, a lot of these folks are not necessarily thinking about voting's on the first thing on their mind at the same time, these are resilient people pay people in bay county. I mean, they're so they're very at minded. So I think a lot of them even though they got a lot of this. I think they're gonna really appreciate the opportunity to cast a vote Republican Ron to Santa's running for governor of the great state of Florida. Ron you may or may not know this. I've got several stay. Nations in Florida. Very highly rated in south Florida, which is where I grew up. I'm good. I grew up in south Florida is there for twenty one years, and I love the area. Go back. All the time a mom is there. My sisters are there. And I thought I understood the politics of the area. I clearly don't there's there's a sea change that happened since I've moved away that I didn't see coming and the southern tier of Florida that is very heavily populated is is having a fight whether it's center, right or center left, but a lot of like the school districts and school boards and a lot of the the sheriff's offices do lean left. How much of a challenge is it for you to get any any movement in the south southern part of the state, which is so populated to understand that. You're you're a conservative guy that believes in traditional American values that and that's a good thing for Florida. Well, look, we're getting we're getting good traction. I mean, I think if you look at south Florida and the Miami Dade County huge energy with Cuban-Americans other Hispanics, Venezuelans and Nicaraguans who understand the dangers of socialism. They don't wanna see socialism in Florida. They know it didn't work in their home countries. We also have a very significant contrast, which usually doesn't work this way in Florida politics. But I'm one of the leading pro Israel leaders in the country have been in the congress yellow hostile to Israel. I mean, he is endorsed by a group that dream defenders, which is prominent in the movement against Israel. They say Israel, genocidal apartheid state. I led the effort to move the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. I think that was a great day. Hugh oppose it. M opposes having our embassy in Jerusalem he opposes recognizing Jerusalem. If Israel eternal and indivisible capital. So when you look at some of the voters who that is something that they are concerned about we have an opportunity to make some headway in areas that maybe a Republican wouldn't because the Democrats even though their party has drifted more and more ent, Israel, and Florida usually nominate somebody who's pro Israel, but they didn't miss sign me nominated Andrew yellow who's really aligned with the radical west, which is really a very hostile to Israel now. Oh, he's anti he's anti Israel. He's also anti freedom and liberty. He's also pro taxation. And and big government is also pro-abortion the guys a socialist. He wants Medicare for all we can get into all the problems with him. But I think that it's it's even more beneficial to talk about the positives that you bring to the table. You know, what's interesting to me, Ron. And I live in southern Texas now, so I grew up around Hispanics. I now live in a place where it's a predominantly Hispanic. I've never met a Hispanic person who generally speaking is Catholic or Christian who is some far leftist loon. Why is it that the Democrats have always been able to count on that Hispanic vote? And what a guys like you and me have to do to let them know that we are on their side. Why don't know the day that they have always been able to the Hispanic vote is not monolithic. I mean in Florida, you know, we have a lot of conservative Hispanics and in south Florida, and it's just different than I think what you would see in Texas or California. And then of course in central Florida. You know, we've had a burgeoning population of people who are Puerto Rican. I've been very involved in a lot of those issues. I'm actually endorsed by the sitting congresswoman from Puerto Rico. He's a Republican and a friend of mine. And so I think the reason why Florida we're doing good it because we're producing economic opportunity as Republicans. I mean, we have the lowest unemployment in the history of our country. We can do even better in Florida. You're not gonna do that though. If you do what Gillam wants to do is raise taxes, forty percents, do a single payer healthcare, you're on and on it goes that would really be the end afforded is economic momentum. So I think a lot of these folks really across the border looking at it and say I want to be able to have. Good job. I wanna be able if I work hard to be able to get ahead. Well, clearly aperture looking to do then I'm your guy because I'm going to build a Parma success Florida has has had economically. I am not going to tear it down with confiscatory taps politics. It's Ron Ron to Santa's. He's the Republican running for governor of the great state of Florida. Former congressman from down there. But let me talk specifically about schools school safety. You know that I'm a good friend of of Andrew Pollock who of course, tragically lost his daughter meadow. In parkland, Florida at MSG high school in February fourteenth that area of the state was put on the international map as ground zero of gun control versus you know, armed guards at the schools, you've got people on school boards. Like this guy. Runcie who is a promise program. Obama guy who will ignore the violent criminal history of students. Just so that they don't have a a record when they get out of school for some reason. What can you do should you become the governor? I hope that you will become the governor. I think you're gonna but what can you do from that office from that position? To stop allowing sheriff's like Israel to turn a blind eye to a bad guy who could walk on campus and kill a bunch of people to get people off school boards. Like Runcie who is going to ignore criminal records of people like this eighteen thousand nine hundred fifty three fifty eight I don't say his name, I say his his prison number looking you do from that position from that office to shore up our schools in guarantee your kids are going to come home at the end of the day. You had the way Florida works is if you have an official like the sheriff who's elected countywide, the governor can remove them from office. And I said after parkland and after seeing sheriff Israel, go on CNN blame by the people how for the cameras not the honest with the people of Broward County. I if I were the governor that I would have removed Israel. I think that was appropriate thing to do what I'm in the navy navy by right when the ship runs aground with pop one of the ship is held accountable. That's just the way it is. All Israel was saying, hey, I gave the guy a badge. What am I supposed to do? Not my problem. That's not leadership. That's passing the back. Right. I thought it was disgraceful the way he's handled themselves. So that is one tool you have. But obviously, I'm working with the NBA Pollick. As well to make sure that we do what we need to do wedges. The school districts are able to protect their students and thanks school districts will do a much better job than I think Andy had a lot of problem. Getting the Broward school district is heavily bureaucratic a lot of very left wing ideas. Listen to reason he was trying to elect new school board members. So that they could remove Runcie exam, and they they narrowly lost. So. Know, I was disappointed to see that. Because I agree with you run sees policies help facilitate what happened in Parkway, Iran. Would you lean and a guy like Grady Judd, in Polk County to to sort of be a guide to other county. He's doing great work there. As far as school safety goes. After we we were in, Bartow and Polk County a couple of days ago, Grady indoors me with a bunch of the other share that that's a huge huge, plus me, and this have almost a unified support of law enforcement throughout the state of Florida partially because I've been very strong in support of them and have a great record. But. Unusually hostile men and women in law enforcement, and they realized the governor they're going to have a target on their back because he will demagogued the police if he will use law enforcement of the political football, I agree with you. It's Rhonda Santa's Republican running for governor of the great state of Florida against Andrew gillum. Let me just give you some quick hits in about a minute that we have remaining. And I really appreciate your time. Run taxation that looks like tax cuts two point. Oh or on deck here. If the house should go to the Democrats that's not going to happen as the governor of a state, would you support the president and continuing to lower our taxes as Floridians where people in the United States. Damn right. That was that was pretty quick. All right pro-life. Obviously are you for defunding Planned Parenthood, even on the state level? Yeah. Absolutely. When it comes to this caravan of illegal immigrants coming to our border. What should we do? We can't just keep on giving. Because I know the Gillam wants to give a path to citizenship for anybody who can sneak across the border. What do you do? That will go him. He wants to abolish ice and he wants an open border. So with the caravan should just be able to go in that foreigners get to determine who comes to our country..

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"andrew yellow" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

10:28 min | 2 years ago

"andrew yellow" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"A low of seventy three video feed hates the Joe pags show. Glad to have you here for Friday, a free speech Friday, really glad to have the Republican candidate for governor of the great state of Florida. It's Rhonda Sita's, Ron how are you? I'm doing good. How are you doing? I'm living the dream. And really glad to have you on. It would be. It would be bad of me to not start were the most important story in Florida's happening. And that's Panama City in that area. I know that you've been there a lot you've been you've been monitoring what's going on. You've been talking to the people fill my listeners and viewers in on on what you see there. And how things are going. Well, they got wack. I mean, we've had I'd born and raised in Florida. We seem a lot of storm young one Andrew. Ninety two but the worst damage I've seen on term to Panama City in terms of Mexico beach and some of those areas so. Some of the cell service was totally out. They're starting to get power back on. On a structural damage basically of that category. Guide head. I talked to some of the sheriff's they're they're actually progressing a little bit ahead of schedule. Which is good. I think, you know, one of the surround neighboring counties golf county. They're gonna have their power on by the end of today. It's supposed to be back on which I thought was gonna take another week or two. There's just certain amount of damage that we're going to have. Secondary. Obviously we're talking to Rhonda Santa's former congressman he's a Republican running for governor of Florida gifts. Andrew gillum. This is secondary. Of course. But I've heard reports, and I've seen reports I've read reports that voting might be this you it might be not as easy to vote because a lot of the places that are traditional polling places in that region of the Gulf Coast are going to be out. I is that getting to handle the second taking care of who's working on that. It is. So there's the is working on that some of the local folks, I think what you're going to see is they'll probably be extraordinarily accommodations for the people that were displaced or just for the people you're still in the county you're looking at adding additional polling location. And then I think there's gonna be a consideration for it. You are displays you can vote in other counties, your vote could still count. So I think they're working on that. Say that. That company. That's doable. And I think that they will work. I mean, you know, a lot of these folks are not necessarily thinking about voting on the first thing on their mind, but at the same time either resilient people the people in bay county. I mean, they're so they're very student minded. So I think a lot of them even though they got a lot of with. I didn't really appreciate the opportunity at the Catholic vote Republican Ron to Santa's running for governor of the great state of Florida. Ron you may or may not know this. I've got several stations in Florida. Very highly rated in south Florida, which is where I grew up. I'm I grew up in south Florida is there for twenty one years, and I love the area. Go back all the time. Mom is there. My sisters are there. And I thought I understood the politics of the area. I clearly don't there's there's a sea change that happened since I've moved away that I didn't see coming and the southern tier of Florida that is very heavily populated is is having a fight whether it's center, right or center left, but a lot of like the school districts and school boards and a lot of the the sheriff's offices lean. Left. How much of a challenge is it for you to get any movement in the south southern part of the state, which is so populated to understand that you're you're you're a conservative guy believes in traditional American values that and that's a good thing for Florida. Well, look, we're getting we're getting traction. I mean, I think if you look at south Florida, the Miami Dade County huge energy with Cuban-Americans other Hispanics like Venezuela wins and Nicaraguans who understand the dangers of socialism. They don't wanna see socialism in quarter. They know it didn't work in their home countries. Are we also have a very significant contracts, which usually doesn't work this way in Florida politics? But I'm one of the leading pro Israel leaders in the country. I have been in the congress. Israel. I mean, he is endorsed by group that dream defenders, which is prominent in the movement against Israel. They say Israel to genocidal apartheid state. I led the effort to move the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. I think that was a great oppose it. Yellow poses. Having our embassy in Jerusalem. He opposes recognizing Jerusalem. If Israel tunnel indivisible capital. So when you look at some of the voters who bad is something that they are concerned about we have an opportunity to make them headway an area that maybe a Republican wouldn't because the democrat, even though their party has drifted more and more ent Israel in Florida. They usually nominate somebody who's pro Israel, but they didn't miss finding Andrew yellow who's really aligned with the radical left, which is really a very hostile to Israel now. Well, he's he's ancient Israel. He's also anti freedom and liberty. He's also pro taxation and big government. He's also pro-abortion. The guy's a socialist. He wants Medicare for all we can get into all the problems with him. But I think that it's it's even more beneficial to talk about the positives that you bring to the table. You know, what's interesting to me, Ron. And I live in southern Texas now, so I grew up around Hispanics. I now live at a place where it's a predominantly Hispanic. I've never met a Hispanic person who generally speaking is Catholic or Christian who is some far leftist loon. Why is it that the Democrats have always been able to count on that Hispanic vote? And what a guys like you and me have to do to let them know that we are on their side. Why don't know the day that they have always been able to the Hispanic vote is not monolithic. I mean in Florida, you know, we have a lot of conservative Spanish than in south Florida, and it's just different than I think what you would see in Texas or California. And then of course in central Florida. You know, we've had a burgeoning population of people who are Puerto Rican. I've been very involved in a lot of those issues. I'm actually endorsed by the sitting congresswoman from Puerto Rico. He's a Republican and a friend of mine, and I think the reason why Florida we're doing good it because we're producing economic opportunity is Republicans. I mean, we have the lowest unemployment in the history of our country. That's what we can do even better in Florida, you're knocking to do that though if you do what Gillam wants to deal with his tactics. Forty percent, you a single payer healthcare you're on and on it does that would really be the end afforded economic momentum. So I think a lot of these folks really across the border looking at it and say I want to be able to have a job I wanna be able by work hard to be able to get ahead. Well, clearly, if that's what you're looking to do then on your guy because I'm going to build upon the success Florida has has had economically. I am not gonna tear it down with conciliatory pots politics. It's Ron Ron to Santa's. He's the Republican running for governor of the great state of Florida. Former congressman from down there. But let me talk specifically about schools school safety. You know, that I'm a good friend of of Andrew Pollock, of course, tragically lost his daughter meadow in parkland, Florida amnesty, high school in February fourteenth that area of the state was put on the international map as ground zero of gun control versus you know, armed guards at the schools. You've got people in school boards like this guy. Runcie who is a promise program. Obama guy who will ignore the the violent criminal history of students. Just so that they don't have a record when they get out of school for some reason. What can you do should you become the governor? I hope that you will become the governor. I think you're gonna but what can you do from that office from that position to stop allowing sheriff's like Israel to turn a blind eye to a bad guy who could walk on campus and kill a bunch of people to get people off school boards. Like Runcie who is going to ignore criminal records of people like this one thousand nine hundred fifty three fifty eight I don't say his name, I say his his prison number. What can you do from that position? From that office to shore up our schools in guarantee, our kids are gonna come home at the end of the day. You had the way Florida works is if you have an official white the Sierra who's elected county wide, the governor can remove them from office. And I said after when after seeing sheriff Israel, go on CNN blame other people out power for the cameras, not the honest with the people of Broward County. I if I were the governor that I would have removed Israel appropriate thing to do what I'm in the navy navy died when the ship runs aground. Pop into the ship is held accountable. That's just the way it is. All Israel was saying, hey, I gave the guy a badge. What am I supposed to do? Not my problem. That's not leadership. That's passing the back. Right. I thought it was disgraceful the way he handled himself. So that is one tool you have. But obviously, I'm working with the NBA Pollick. As well to make sure that we do what we need to do wedges slate of late the school districts are able to protect their students. Thank school districts will do a much better job than maybe any problem. Getting the Broward school district heavily bureaucratic a lot of very left wing ideas. Within to reason he was trying to elect new school board members. So that they could remove Runcie exam, and they narrowly lost. So I was disappointed to see that with you run teams policies silicate what happened in park like Iran. Would you lean and a guy like ready Judd in Polk County to to sort of be guide to other county? He's doing great work there. As far as school safety goes. Absolutely. I we were in Bartow county. Couple of days ago, Grady, endorsed me with a bunch of the other share that at the huge huge plots for me and this rate almost a unified support of law enforcement throughout the state of Florida partially because I've been very strong in support of them and have a great weapon part of it. Woah, unusually hostile men and women in law enforcement, and they realize governor they're going to have a target on their back because he will demagogue the police, and he will use law enforcement at the political football. I agree with you. It's Rhonda Santa's Republican running for governor of the great state of Florida to Andrew gillum. Let me just give you some quick hits in about a minute that we have remaining. And I really appreciate your time. Run taxation that looks like tax cuts two point. Oh or on deck here. If the house, you go to the Democrats that's not going to happen as the governor of a state, would you support the president and continuing to lower our taxes as forty four people in the United States. Damn right. That was that was pretty quick. All.

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"andrew yellow" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"andrew yellow" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"AARP dot org slash caregiving. Ron stevens. Newsradio nine seventy WFL Canucks. Tomorrow night at six thirty on nine seventy WFL a the home of lightning hockey it seven twenty two on AM Tampa Bay and we're joined by a Tampa Bay native here. Now. Kaley mcenaney, the RNC national spokesperson public and national committee spokesperson and Kaley. Thanks for joining us on AM, Tampa Bay and. Now that we've got the Brett Cavanaugh nomination behind us. We're we're having all kinds of readings on this saying that it's going to actually inspire more people to go to the polls that it's going to have a major impact on the midterm elections. What are your thoughts on that? Oh, there's no doubt that has put a fire under our base under our party under conservatives and moderate, Republicans alike, and even some independent that we the RNC it's pretty remarkable had our largest day of online fundraising on September thirtieth in our entire history. And that is directly attributed throughout fired up our basis, they're angry. They're bad. They CD's elected Bob who are hounding in on Republican, congressman Republican senators. They see the way Susan Collins has been treated calling her a rape sympathizers simply because he with the deciding vote for Brad Kavanagh. There is no Dow air fired up ready to vote some people here. In the state of Florida don't think Rhonda Santa's is doing enough as far as what he needs to do to beat Gil on. What do you think about what to Santa's has done here? Rhonda's Santa's has hit the campaign trail hard. It's why you step down from congress to put his all this race. I there's encouraging polling that shows that Guillem is just one point ahead. I capital could be the deciding factor here, I think it's really motivated a lot of Republican. And at the end of the day. I can tell you Floridians not want socialism. Our seniors are important Medicare for all these taking Medicare from our seniors. It's not fair. It's not just an Andrew gillum would do just that. I find it hard to believe that that Guillem has so much support in the state when he supported by the traitor, Jane Fonda. And that blows my mind, and he's basically a socialist and a tax raiser and all that kind of stuff, and I guess people don't understand when they hear he's going to increase taxes on corporations at. Yeah. Let's get those rich corporations and tax them. They don't realize the impact is going to have on the average person. Not to mention how we may lose some corporations who say we're not going to pay those kinds of taxes and moon. They're out of here. That's exactly right. This means that your employer will will lower your wage. We'll take away your bonuses. If they have to pay more in taxes and not only that I know Andrew yellow says he does not want a state income tax. But but socialism demand that socialism demands that you have a state income tax to pay for these onerous program. So I love my state of Florida. I love that. I don't have a state income tax, but Andrew Galan meet your taxes are going up stood on a stage with Bernie Sanders who wants to start a revolution. In the state of Florida. We don't need a revolution. In florida. What we need our the economic policies that have made us upset. Prosperous jaded, but destination for for people all over the country wanting to come to our state, we do not need a change to the economic system. Kaley. Why do you think Nikki Haley left the administration yesterday? Yeah. You know, she said it was her two year. Mark. I that was the point at which you wanted to step down to big loss for the administration. I, you know, it's sad to see her go, but those are hard jobs. It's a very difficult job to be New York City where where I'm headed out over at the UN, I be away from your family and your state for so long. I think she just needs a break. The it's a big loss to the administration on as Jeff was saying earlier here on the air that it's nice to see somebody though that doesn't stay in a job for life from that. They do go on and leave. That's right term limits. She said she believes in those and doesn't believe you should take these appointments that'd be there for years and years and years and eight is refreshing to see you don't do that everyday for politics. Kaley. You said you're heading to New York next Thursday, you're heading back here to Tampa. You're going to be at the stress center with Sebastian Gorka at seven o'clock next week right next Thursday. Yeah. That's right right there downtown Tampa really looking forward to it. It'll be a great event discussing midterms and rallying for Rhonda sandwich. And Rick Scott. You're going to be what what do you get in here? Because I know Thursday nights the show can get you in studio at some point. Oh, that'd be great. I get in Wednesday night. I'd love to come. See you guys some times. Let's connect them. We'll try to make it happen. If you have time, I know you'll be busy. But we'd love to see you sound great. That'd be great. Always enjoy joining you guys. Thank you..

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"andrew yellow" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:00 min | 2 years ago

"andrew yellow" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And Michael riddle in the morning tomorrow from six to ten on seven cents w. Well, lend swimsuits at the Miss America contest may be sexist and they've been done away with. But boy, they better bring them back because the ratings for the Miss America pageant were terrible. Dive nineteen percent down from last year. They lost one million television viewers and now down to four point three four million people. That's even lower than the Tony awards and their ratings have always been in the toilet bowl. This is the lowest rating since two thousand nine when it was on TLC. It's on ABC. Unbelievable is unbelievable. I mean who's going to tune in? If you don't have the swimsuit competition. I agree. So in the beginning, I know it sounds sexist, and it's non PC. But really, I mean, really, no swimsuit. So well that could be the end of the Miss America pageant ABC's not gonna stick by it. If the ratings are that bad. Well, you can't charge for advertising who's going to. Anyway, I started before the break. I mentioned the first half of the president's tweet about Puerto Rico. He's fighting back against the the the facts that three thousand have died. He says three thousand people did not die in the two hurricanes hit Puerto Rico when I left the island after the storm had hit it anywhere from six to eighteen deaths. As time went by it did not go up by much then a longtime later, they started to report really large numbers like three thousand. Now. Here's here's the second half of the tweet. This was done by the Democrats in order to make me look as bad as possible when I was successfully raising billions of dollars to help rebuild Puerto ro. Rico? If a person died for any reason like old days, add them off the list politics. I love Puerto Rico. Well, good is right. He's not right. But I do think you should concentrate on hurricane here. Come on come on stop, stop re-litigating. The guy the fittest skin in the world Alice. Dr Rosanna what's up kid, Len Berman Nixon, Cynthia Nixon? I cynthia. Hi, happy election day election day, Cynthia before we ask you anything else. I just want you to know for the record that last week last week. I had locks cream cheese and tomato on a cinnamon raisin, bagel. It's one of my go-to foods. Well, you do it inspired by me or you get it on your own on my own. I did it totally on my own. Exactly. There you go. Thanks for the solidarity. Here's Michael Riedel. Michael riedel? Now, look, I'm a registered Republican. But on the show, I have been supporting you. I think what the Cuomo campaign did with that smear against you was absolutely terrible. And I don't believe for a second that Cuomo didn't know about it. So if you're listening gopro percent, the Nixon and either you everybody needs to come out and vote today that now you're great. You're great. Great actress. And I thought you beat him in the debate to thank you. I did as well. Well, there's so much more that we could be doing here in New York at are proudly progressive two to one democratic date. Okay. Cynthia before you run you you're not buying. The polls have him ahead by forty four. I am at the polls have been have been wrong for years now, but never more. So that the air with Alex Rodriguez has the Cortes in a Bolter and Syracuse Ionta Presley invested choose it, Andrew yellow, Florida, the list just goes on and on and on because the polls are not capturing are are duly expanded electorate who up never before to elect not just four Democrats did better democrat Cynthia when you win tomorrow, you have an open invitation to come on the show anytime. Thank you. I really appreciate it. All right. As though please vote. I think she's great. I disagree with the Oliver political points of view, but I like her personally, but it's a be be honest. Now, you want it to be Cuomo because that would give your Republican, and who you don't even know a better chance to win. Well, yes, I think she's probably a little too far to the left for even a lot of people in New York City to vote for and it would give the Republican a better shot Dallas. What's the scene like in union square while there's a lot of people here. A lot of progressive here crowding around here, and I just asked her while you were talking about what's up. Governor Cuomo man, we cannot get a peep out of him. People are not answering any of the reporters that are covering this election. It's like he went into hiding. We're asking him. What time is he boating? They're not telling us, we're gonna have a statement. They're not saying and it's just a little disconcerting heritage primary day. What what from why won't? Why won't you talk does? Well, he's not telling anyone when he's voting. He just totally remarkably that he he hit yesterday from reporters this the day before he's a sitting governor David for the primary, and he's hiding from reporters, I think that speaks volumes Alice. Yeah. I did tell all right guys. See you later. Bye alice. Wow. Good for Cynthia Nixon. I think she's perky and charismatic and fun. Well, and I by the way, I mean that sincerely I did have that cinnamon raisin bagel with Lacson creep. She's she's not the only one I happen to like, it it still grows. It's not grossly. Do not taste, cinnamon. Barely tastes the raises. Why do it? Yeah. I like the taste. You said you can't taste. It barely taste assume it it's like double speak gain. And it tastes band Abba. He cheats at candy land. What he's playing with his kids. Oh my God. Himself green. Oh, that was a mistake. He doesn't to let the kids when he cheats. So they can beat. True. I wanted to get the dab Gabe over was taken thirty minutes yet this over with this is how you do it. You're playing you're playing you go you guys mice cream and during everybody leaves the table. How you do it? Okay. See natalie. No get beat up. I liked the bagel. I think it's it's it's more like a marble bega white folks, if you missed this lent, actually, he palm d- he palm the ice cream card during. Cheat his kids nuts. What if you're playing candy land for thirty minutes your patience runs out? And I just wanted to get the game time with your xactly Natalie. Yeah. Exactly, exactly. Win. I could just see my kid. I the the psychiatrist's couch by dad, he cheated. And I guess that's why the way they never gonna let you play with grandkids. That's for sure. Are ya? Gonna cheat. Your grandkids. I bet you will you big liberal. If you knew this good, you'd have them. I know. All right. When we come back. We've got the big three headlines, but also some entertainment news, there's a new movie predator out, and I like the original predator remake wou it is really getting killed. That's coming up. You're.

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"andrew yellow" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"andrew yellow" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Thirty nine ninety nine call four ten. Four one three roof Baltimore police Commissioner Gary tuggle says the death of detective Sean suitor remains an open case, while, detectives continue to investigate as they take into account and, outside panels review concluding he took his own life Montebourg Kelsey school board orders employees not to destroy documents or emails to. Ensure. Nothing was shredded or, loss nearing at external audit of the school systems contracts this after former superintendent Dallas dance went to jail for failing. To report his connection to affirm that has a. Contract with the, school system missing. Twelve year old girl's body has been recovered. All sandy point the, girl disappeared Being in. The water Tuesday she has been identified as Canea kenley of Baltimore. Ron Disentis that Republican nominee for governor of Florida appearing on FOX's Hannity to clarify a statement he made, earlier that some viewed as a racist about his democrat challenger Andrew yellow helium we can we can, ensure, all of, our people, here by a. Single payer Medicare for all system we. Can do it better we can do it cheaper we can do it with no copays with no deductibles and, ninety, eight percent of New Yorkers that was obviously not Ron, the Santa's but here is Rhonda census now I believe that people should be judged based on their ability and character regardless. Of. Race but it's because, of that that I know that socialism what working Florida it's not good for any race color creed so this is. Not about race this is about ideas and principles. Dissenters is backed, by President Trump There's another job opening. And the west wing of the White House this. Time for the position of president top lawyer White, House counsel Don Mcgann will be leaving the White House in the fall Mcgann has been a. Key figure in the administration's handling of the Russia investigation I'll look at, sports, coming, up, in.

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"andrew yellow" Discussed on Listen Money Matters

Listen Money Matters

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"andrew yellow" Discussed on Listen Money Matters

"This state in know and it's important goals but if you just seek knowledge um i think that a you will get their eventually so a roundabout way like it is super super important they you developed the habit of of reading you ruminating talent testing the things you learned trying stuff out because um maybe of a fair amount of money now maybe you're salaries good you could buy all the things in the future all the things may cost him was nothing and it may be a world led by people who are reading when you are by yeah so i guess to recap here urging to give some calls to action make an hour a day or half an hour a day to learn something useful and ideally to immerse yourself into some project the requires you to expand effort and try things i can i can see a little plant in your background andrew yellow money tree and so i just i bought a money tree of my own i didn't actually know you had one so now we have my injuries which i think is hilarious for money podcasters own and i didn't buy it because of the money pike asked but i bought it because i felt that it would be called up house plan and then i realize like oh i have to learn now how to take care of a house plant so like there is a bunch of reading to go do like how you take care species toxic to cast when do i water it what the heck is fertilizer alms bliss attorney every week that's a new skill and it's not super related to my business but it's still building that learning muscle so find something you're interested in it doesn't have to be related to your.

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"andrew yellow" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"andrew yellow" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"Where all he's middlemen that are being cut out starting their own company what what they do and as the middlemen going away starting the there are a company called the peanut butter the metal roof really none of our let's go let's go away for the past out as i was that stick a lot of medication to control his all right uh george deadlocked a special popular wag my finger wag why why i got it oh you got it i want you to know that from my instagram story when i said it was a custom pub g controller that i did try to get confirmation of that in it all adds that steph we also have google the i listen gavin i trust the people that work here so this is a controller we're talking about this really go and it doesn't came in this thing which is people are calling allude create other calling it a care package there's actually the create the people have when they die little morbid oh you get put in that no no this is when you kill somebody this is all the junction harambe own shed nine ashes yeah i think he's got like some seven six to eight o stuff in there after the hurricane yeah that's why i hope they must set up because 762 is like or andrew yellow nothing's like non i dunno seven six two is a beige so what's in ryan green oh so than maybe it is so here's the kodipo's going to give away the code for the game but it says you're not supposed to use it before december twelve and i wouldn't trust the internet to wait to use the code purse to use it i gotta bokola oh.

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"andrew yellow" Discussed on WCPT Chicago Progressive Talk

WCPT Chicago Progressive Talk

01:48 min | 5 years ago

"andrew yellow" Discussed on WCPT Chicago Progressive Talk

"Yeah i mean i it is gentleman seat everybody can get from fall on the team with that the building up to remember that his growth as jefferson yesterday though as the only go entertain thing about this is just watching this party just implode in a white knuckle panic right when you know that other are the desperate scramble for alibis mike wallace to know what the baltimore full plate now i remember back when the full things started which i think was in eighteen ninety five this yes roughly up i want to be and stay had remember now the thing we've got quality candidate and they can't quite yet yeah one hall yeah yeah number them there were saying there's just such if we have so much to choose from its it's hard to choose this spoke much this year marr marte market marco rubio is placed whatever was left of his old mason yard barrier backyard one indoors don't company still going to vote for yeah he's a con man in the desert that zimmer and i knew duerson biggest thanks for the world it up if the mph so i played average previous i think yeah absolutely yeah i love but dino we haven't earlier had a said the gop make donald trump take a timeout i think they're just andrew yellow their no one else to say it right this is the attire drop that you dropped out again use that team's name in all of my phone northbound okay sorry attacking it's backing yeah i don't know exactly i think this year's like a screaming toddler and i am mike's perry's watching guy parents trying to control toler's it it doesn't work they're also got the u you know season i need an extreme being key it it is it is now i knew i didn't basis i don't know new york alright shelly sorry about the phone stuff z next week when that knot no worry about it into our leverage will listening in the kremlin tonight right.

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